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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL:
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME
KF-42WE620
KF-50WE620
ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 7/2004
REVISION DATE
7/2004
9-965-969-01
REMOTE COMMANDER
RM-Y916
RM-Y916
REVISION TYPE
SUBJECT
No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.
LA-2
DESTINATION
US/CND/MEXICO
US/CND/MEXICO
LCD PROJECTION TELEVISION
CHASSIS

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  • Page 1 HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL: LA-2 SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION KF-42WE620 RM-Y916 US/CND/MEXICO KF-50WE620 RM-Y916 US/CND/MEXICO ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 7/2004 REVISION DATE REVISION TYPE SUBJECT 7/2004 No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.
  • Page 2 Self Diagnosis Supported model LA-2 SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION KF-42WE620 RM-Y916 US/CND/MEXICO KF-50WE620 RM-Y916 US/CND/MEXICO KF-50WE620 RM-Y916 LCD PROJECTION TELEVISION 9-965-969-01...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    H4 Board Schematic Diagram..........128 1-12-1. Replacing the Lamp..........15 T Board Schematic Diagram ..........129 1-13. H3 Board Removal (KF-42WE620 Only) ......16 3-5. Semiconductors ..............130 1-14. H4 Board Removal (KF-42WE610 Only) ......16 1-15. H3 and H4 Board Removal (KF-50WE620 Only)....17 SECTION 4: EXPLODED VIEWS............
  • Page 4: Specifi Cations

    Channel coverage Cleaning Cloth VHF: 2-13/ UHF: 14-69/ CATV: 1-125 Optional Accessories Antenna TV Stand 75-ohm external antenna terminal for VHF/UHF SU-GW2 (KF-42WE620 Only) SU-GW1 (KF-50WE620 Only) Projection System Lamp 3 LCD Panels, 1 lens projection system XL-2100U Control S Cable...
  • Page 5: Warnings And Cautions

    Ne les remplacer que par des composants Sony dont le numero de piece est indique dans le present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par Sony. Les reglages de circuit dont l’importance est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement sont identifi...
  • Page 6: Safety Check-out

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 SAFETY CHECK-OUT The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and After correcting the original service problem, perform the following from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes).
  • Page 7: Self-diagnostic Function

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 Self Diagnosis SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION Supported model The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the POWER/STANDBY will automatically begin to fl ash. The number of times the LED fl ashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A defi nition of the POWER/STANDBY fl ash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference.
  • Page 8 KF-42WE620/50WE620 *If a +B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical defl ection is detected simultaneously. The symptom that is diagnosed fi rst by the mircrocontroller is displayed on the screen. Display of POWER/STANDBY Flash Count - One blink is not used for self-diagnosis.
  • Page 9 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Clearing the Result Display To clear the result display to “0”, press the buttons on the Remote Commander sequentially when the diagnostic screen is displayed, as shown below: 1. Power off (Set to Standby model) 2. Display Sound Volume -...
  • Page 10: Section 1: Disassembly

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY 1-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL Rear cover Eleven screws (+BVTP 4x16) 1-2. CENTER PILLAR REMOVAL 5 Gently lift the Center Pillar up then out from the bottom bracket. Three screws from the top of the center pillar...
  • Page 11: Service Position

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-3. SERVICE POSITION Chassis assembly Pull back on claw, then gently pull out chassis assembly 1-4. CHASSIS ASSEMBLY AND D.C. FAN REMOVAL Four screws (+PWH 4x35) Disconnect one connector D. C. FAN Four screws (+PWH 4x16) Chassis assembly Pull back on claw, Fan bracket with D.
  • Page 12: Power Supply Block Removal (lamp Drive Unit)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-5. POWER SUPPLY BLOCK REMOVAL (LAMP DRIVE UNIT) CAUTION: When removing the Power Supply Block be careful not to move the Optical Unit Block Unhook the antenna cable Pull forward to remove Two screws (+PWH 4x16) (to detach the cables from the...
  • Page 13: U Board Removal

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-7. U BOARD REMOVAL Disconnect three connectors Disconnect four ground wires U board Six Screws (+BVTP 3x12) U bracket Gently pull back on the two clips on the pin connection slot while slowly lifting the U Board 1-8. F AND G1 BOARD REMOVAL Disconnect two connectors (CN1602 &...
  • Page 14: Dic Block, Au Board And C2 Board Removal

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-9. DIC BLOCK, AU BOARD AND C2 BOARD REMOVAL Note: The C2 Board is part of the C2 Block Assembly and cannot be ordered separately. Remove the AU Board after removing the C2 Block Assembly Note: The 14P Connector Assembly (LVDs cables) have colored tape (white tape) to indicate which connection they plug into.
  • Page 15: T Board Removal

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-11. T BOARD REMOVAL T board One screw (+BVTP 3x12) Disconnect one connector 1-12.FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL 1 Two ornamental screws Front cover assembly Four latches 1-12-1.REPLACING THE LAMP For detailed instructions on replacing the lamp, see Page 15 of the Operating Instructions manual.
  • Page 16: H3 Board Removal (kf-42we620 Only)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-13.H3 BOARD REMOVAL (KF-42WE620 ONLY) H3 board Disconnect two connectors and one ground wire Spring plate H3 bracket Two screws (+BVTP 3x12) 1-14.H4 BOARD REMOVAL (KF-42WE620 ONLY) H2 block assembly Two screws (+BVTP 4x16) Disconnect two connectors Two screws...
  • Page 17: H3 And H4 Board Removal (kf-50we620 Only)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-15.H3 AND H4 BOARD REMOVAL (KF-50WE620 ONLY) Note: To remove the H4 Board you need to remove the screws inside the Bottom Cabinet Assembly H3 board Spring One screw plate H3 bracket Two screws (+BVTP 3x12) MS bracket Disconnect two connectors and one ground wire.
  • Page 18: H1 Board Removal

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 1-17.H1 BOARD REMOVAL Screen mirror block assembly One screw (3x12) H1 button Two screws (+BVTP 4x16) 1 H1 bracket cap Using tweezers gently detach two H1 Bracket Caps Disconnect one connector H1 board H1 bracket 1-18.SCREEN MIRROR BLOCK ASSEMBLY REMOVAL Note: For the model 50WE620, remove the screws that secure the reinfocement plates (R)/(L).
  • Page 19: Section 2: Circuit Adjustments

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 SECTION 2: CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS 2-1. SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT 2-2. SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE MEMORY MODE 1. The SCREEN displays the item being adjusted. 2. Press 1 or 4 on the Remote Commander to select the item. 1. Standby mode (Power off).
  • Page 20: Memory Write Confi Rmation Method

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 2-3. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD 1. After adjustment, pull out the plug from the AC outlet, then replace the plug in the AC outlet again. 2. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode. 3. Call the adjusted items again to confi rm they were adjusted.
  • Page 21: Service Data

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 2-5. SERVICE DATA CCPM-1 Functionality Data Remarks Name SHPC FUP2 SSHP SHF0 SECA 8 YCDL YLEV CLEV SHUE CBPF CBPA KILV 16 APGA 17 NCOM Standards *1 Video Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved SHPC FUP2 SSHP SHF0...
  • Page 22 KF-42WE620/50WE620 i.LINK(ex DV) for XBR(BS/CS/i.LINK(ex DV)) Name 1080i 720p Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved SHPC FUP2 SSHP SHF0 i.LINK for XBR(BS/CS/i.LINK(ex DV)) i.LINK(DV) Name 480i(DV Format)Lower Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Reserved SHPC FUP2 SSHP SHF0 ATSC for XBR(DTT/ATSC)
  • Page 23 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *3 ATSC for XBR (not DVI (not 480i) i.LINK (480i and ex MS for XBR Name Video Component (not 480i) i.LINK(DV) (DTT/ATSC) 480i)(AVM(Y/Cb/Cr)) (AVM(RGB)/DVI) DV) for XBR 8 YCDL YLEV CLEV ATSC for XBR (480i) DVI (480i) i.LINK (not 480i and...
  • Page 24 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPM-2 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 PACK CLPP SSEP 3 CLPG 4 CLPA 5 AFCV HSSL VSSL STIP SYLP SYFI 11 AFCG 12 LOWG 13 AFCM 14 LOCO HICO 16 CDM1 17 CDM2 18 CDM3 BGPS VINT 21 HSPO...
  • Page 25 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Name PACK = 9 PACK = 10 PACK = 11 PACK = 12 PACK = 13 PACK = 14 PACK = 15 CLPP SSEP 3 CLPG 4 CLPA 5 AFCV HSSL VSSL STIP SYLP SYFI 11 AFCG 12 LOWG...
  • Page 26 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 AD1E = 1 Or MULTI(TWIN,FAVORITES) 480i(RF/Video/Component480i) Name Vivid Standard Reserved BLK Correction Off BLK Correction L BLK Correction M BLK Correction H APED DCTR AD1E = 1 Or MULTI(TWIN,FAVORITES) 480p Name Vivid Standard Reserved BLK Correction Off...
  • Page 27 KF-42WE620/50WE620 AD1E = 1 Or MULTI(TWIN,FAVORITES) 720p/50 Name Vivid Standard Reserved BLK Correction Off BLK Correction L BLK Correction M BLK Correction H APED DCTR Standards *2 APED = 0 APED = 1 APED = 2 APED = 3 Name...
  • Page 28 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPM-4 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 CLKS 1 REFC 2 SYMD 3 SIFM 4 DTO1 5 DTO2 6 DTO3 7 PIX1 8 PIX2 9 VLN1 10 VLN2 11 SYSC 12 DSPC 13 PLLD 14 PLLR 15 DCLP 16 DCON...
  • Page 29 KF-42WE620/50WE620 BS/DTT BS/DTT MS/CNM for MS/CNM for Name 480i 480p 1080i 720p WE to CCPS 0 CLKS 1 REFC 2 SYMD 3 SIFM 4 DTO1 5 DTO2 6 DTO3 7 PIX1 8 PIX2 9 VLN1 10 VLN2 11 SYSC 12 DSPC...
  • Page 30 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPM-6 Functionality Data Remarks Video Name 7 CHED 8 CVED YFLT C3LE 12 YMFH 13 YMFV 14 F2SW 17 MNNR 20 DT2D 21 DTHP 22 DTCR D2FC D2F2 D2FL 28 CVFT HC2F 30 MNSW 31 MDYB LCBP BPSE 34 CR2H...
  • Page 31 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPM-7 Functionality Data UV/Video Remarks Name STANDARD NOT STANDARD SCTP CYBP Y2BP C2LE DTCN VEDL NCDT H2DD THRU PEDS MKAM HGLT TESL SDOF BPOF PAL3 CCPM-8 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 VECR 1 VECL 2 VECN 3 VEGA Standards *1...
  • Page 32 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPM-9 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 RNRL 1 NYLP 3 NYPH 4 NYLM 5 NCLP 7 NCPH 8 NCLM 9 RNRM Standards *1 Video Name Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 RNRL 9 RNRM Component(AVM(YCbCr)) Name 480i 480p...
  • Page 33 KF-42WE620/50WE620 ATSC(DTT/ATSC) Name Lower Vivid Standard Mild 0 RNRL 9 RNRM MS for XBR(DATA(ADD)) Name STILL(1080i)(480i) MOVIE(CONT-PANEL)(OTHER) Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 RNRL 9 RNRM MS for XBR(DATA(IND.)) Name MOVIE(LQ)(480i) MOVIE(HQ)(OTHER) Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 RNRL...
  • Page 34 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 Video Name Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL 8 BNRM Component(AVM(YCbCr)) Name 480i 480p Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL 8 BNRM Component(AVM(YCbCr)) Name 1080i 720p Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL...
  • Page 35 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MS for XBR(DATA(ADD)) Name STILL(1080i)(480i) MOVIE(CONT-PANEL)(OTHER) Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL 8 BNRM MS for XBR(DATA(IND.)) Name MOVIE(LQ)(480i) MOVIE(HQ)(OTHER) Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL 8 BNRM Standards *2 BNRL = 0 BNRL = 1 BNRL = 2 BNRL = 3 BNRL = 4 BNRL = 5 BNRL = 6 BNRL = 7...
  • Page 36 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 Video Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved SHPC FUP2 SSHP SHF0 BS(ANALOG) DTT(ANALOG) Name Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild SHPC FUP2 SSHP SHF0 MS for WE(MS/CNM) Name STILL(1080i) MOVIE(CONT-PANEL) Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved...
  • Page 37 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *3 MS for WE(MS/CNM) Name Video BS(ANALOG) DTT(ANALOG) MOVIE(CONT- STILL(1080i) MOVIE(LQ) MOVIE(HQ) PANEL) YCDL YLEV CLEV Standards *4 Video BS(ANALOG) DTT(ANALOG) Name SHUE CBPF CBPA KILV APGA NCOM CCPS-2 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 SHPC Standards *1 Video1...
  • Page 38 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 AD1E = 1 Or MULTI(TWIN,FAVORITES) 480i (RF/Video/Component480i) Name Vivid Standard BLK Correction BLK Correction BLK Correction BLK Correction Reserved 1 APED 6 DCTR AD1E = 1 Or MULTI(TWIN,FAVORITES) 480p Name Vivid Standard BLK Correction BLK Correction BLK Correction...
  • Page 39 KF-42WE620/50WE620 AD1E = 1 Or MULTI(TWIN,FAVORITES) 720p/50 Name Vivid Standard BLK Correction Reserved BLK Correction L BLK Correction M BLK Correction H 1 APED 6 DCTR Standards *2 APED = 0 APED = 1 APED = 2 APED = 3...
  • Page 40 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPS-4 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 CLKS 1 REFC 2 SYMD 3 SIFM 4 DTO1 5 DTO2 6 DTO3 7 PIX1 8 PIX2 9 VLN1 10 VLN2 11 SYSC 12 DSPC 13 PLLD 14 PLLR 15 DCLP 16 DCON...
  • Page 41 KF-42WE620/50WE620 BS/DTT BS/DTT DIGITAL COMPONENT MS/CNM Name for WE 480i 480p 1080i 720p 0 CLKS 1 REFC 2 SYMD 3 SIFM 4 DTO1 5 DTO2 6 DTO3 7 PIX1 8 PIX2 9 VLN1 10 VLN2 11 SYSC 12 DSPC 13 PLLD...
  • Page 42 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPS-6 Functionality Data Remarks Video Name 7 CHED 8 CVED YFLT C3LE 12 YMFH 13 YMFV 14 F2SW 17 MNNR 20 DT2D 21 DTHP 22 DTCR D2FC D2F2 D2FL 28 CVFT HC2F 30 MNSW 31 MDYB LCBP BPSE 34 CR2H...
  • Page 43 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPS-7 Functionality Data Remarks Name SCTP 1 CYBP 2 Y2BP C2LE 4 DTCN 5 VEDL 8 NCDT 9 H2DD 10 THRU 13 PEDS 14 MMK 15 MKAM 16 HGLT TESL 18 SDOF 19 BPOF PAL3 CCPS-8 Functionality Data Remarks...
  • Page 44 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CCPS-10 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 BNRL 4 BLEV 6 MRON 7 FMOD 8 BNRM Standards *1 Video Name Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL 8 BNRM Name Vivid Standard Mild Vivid Standard Mild 0 BNRL 8 BNRM...
  • Page 45 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DCP-INT Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 DENC 1 DENG EO1C EO2C EO1H EO2H POFF O1TM YCFS RN8Y HINV VINV 12 CDEM CPOL OFST TCOF CINT RN8C 18 DMTR 19 MTRX OSDE 22 EXMT EXOF BKOF AGIW AGIB HFIN VFIN...
  • Page 46 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DCP-OSD DCP-BLK Functionality Functionality Data Remarks Data Remarks Name Name HPL1 PSCL VPL1 LHBH RHBH HPL2 LHBL VPL2 RHBL HP1H UVBH HP1L LVBH HWD1 UVBL CP1P LVBL CP1W LHPH HIN1 RHPH WOF1 LHPL O1WD RHPL WP1H UVPH WP1L LVPH...
  • Page 47 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DCP-ADJ1 Functionality Data Remarks Name CBOF CROF SCON RDRV GDRV BDRV RCUT GCUT BCUT SBRT SPIC SCOL SCNF SCLF Standards *1 Component Component Component Component Name Video (480i) (480p) (1080i) (720p) CBOF CROF SCON SCOL ATSC ATSC ATSC ATSC...
  • Page 48 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DCP-ADJ2 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV 4 HFBT 5 ULTI 6 LTSL 7 LTLV 8 LTDL 9 LTMD 10 LTCR 11 UCTI 12 CTLV 13 CTDL 14 CTMD 15 CTCR 16 MIDE...
  • Page 49 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Normal i.LINK (480i : Except DV) i.LINK (480p) Name STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD VIVID VIVID MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV...
  • Page 50 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Normal Component (480i) Component (480p) Name STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD VIVID VIVID MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV 4 HFBT 5 ULTI...
  • Page 51 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Normal MS (STILL) MS (M OVIE(CONT-PANEL)) Name STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD VIVID VIVID MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV 4 HFBT...
  • Page 52 KF-42WE620/50WE620 ex NORMAL DTT/ATSC (LOWER) Name STANDARD STANDARD VIVID MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV 4 HFBT 5 ULTI 11 UCTI 16 MIDE 17 APCD 18 NRLV Full/Widezoom/Zoom i.LINK (480i : Except DV) i.LINK (480p)
  • Page 53 KF-42WE620/50WE620 ex NORMAL ADD DATA (480i) ADD DATA (ex 480i) Name STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD VIVID VIVID MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV...
  • Page 54 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Full/Widezoom/Zoom DVI (VGA etc) Name STANDARD STANDARD VIVID MILD OFF MILD ON MILD OFF MILD ON 0 SHOF 1 SHF0 2 SHPC 3 PROV 4 HFBT 5 ULTI 11 UCTI 16 MIDE 17 APCD 18 NRLV Full/Widezoom/Zoom MS (STILL)
  • Page 55 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *2 ULTI=0 ULTI=1 ULTI=2 ULTI=3 ULTI=4 ULTI=5 ULTI=6 ULTI=7 Name 6 LTSL 7 LTLV 8 LTDL 9 LTMD 10 LTCR ULTI=8 ULTI=9 ULTI=10 ULTI=11 ULTI=12 ULTI=13 ULTI=14 ULTI=15 Name 6 LTSL 7 LTLV 8 LTDL 9 LTMD 10 LTCR...
  • Page 56 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 WE 42", 50" Name Vivid Standard Reserved UPIC UBRT UCOL UHUE USHP UTMP UDCL UNRT UBNR UDRC UBLT Standards *2 Video Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF AXIS UGAM UDCT UAPD LSCL...
  • Page 57 KF-42WE620/50WE620 i.LINK (480i : Except DV) i.LINK (480p) Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF AXIS UGAM UDCT UAPD LSCL UDCI iLINK (1080i) i.LINK (720p) Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF...
  • Page 58 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Component (1080i) Component (720p) Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF AXIS UGAM UDCT UAPD LSCL UDCI DVI (480i) DVI (480p) Name Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF AXIS UGAM UDCT...
  • Page 59 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Multi Window Name Twin/Freeze Index Vivid Standard Reserved Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF AXIS UGAM UDCT UAPD LSCL UDCI Multi Window Name Favorites Vivid Standard Reserved UPOF UBOF UCOF UHOF AXIS UGAM UDCT UAPD LSCL UDCI Standards *3...
  • Page 60 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *7 UDCI=0 UDCI=1 UDCI=2 UDCI=3 UDCI=4 UDCI=5 UDCI=6 UDCI=7 Name DCIE DAUT DGAI DLPF DINF UDCI=8 UDCI=9 UDCI=10 UDCI=11 UDCI=12 UDCI=13 UDCI=14 UDCI=15 Name DCIE DAUT DGAI DLPF DINF DCP-AVP Functionality Data Remarks Name AGAM ADCI AAPD ADCT...
  • Page 61 KF-42WE620/50WE620 CXA2171 Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 MTRX 1 GAIN 2 CBGN 4 HWID 5 HSEP 6 FRGB 7 HMSK 8 DMST 9 CLGT Standards *1 VIDEO5 VIDEO6 Name 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p 1080i 720p 0 MTRX ATSC...
  • Page 62 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DLBY Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 DBMD 2 ADSW 3 CECH 4 DELY SSEL SNNR Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 SNNR 1 SNFX 2 YNLV HIST 4 PSCH 5 PFUP 6 PSHP 7 PYNR 8 PCNR 9 PVGA 10 PRNR...
  • Page 63 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DRCVR Functionality Data Remarks Name 23PD MFVR RESO NOCT FMAT FMTH FSEL CDLY LMIT LMLV LMSL VDLY VDPR WPLL CRCT CHG1 CHG2 CHG3 STP1 STP2 STP3 STP4 RSOF NCOF Standards *1 Video5 Video6 Name Video1 Video2 Video3 Video4 ATSC...
  • Page 64 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *4 DRC Palette Name Custom1 Custom2 Custom3 RSOF NCOF Functionality Data Remarks Name 0 HPRM 1 HPRS 2 YSYM CCDI CRIP 5 PHLD 6 CHMK 7 LANG 8 DATA 9 VCHP 10 CLMP 11 SYSV 13 ID1M 14 FPOL...
  • Page 65 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 VIDEO4 VIDEO5 Name VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 480i 480i 480i 17 AFSO Standards *2 Vivid Name VIDEO4 VIDEO5 VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 480i 480i 480i 18 LIND Standard Name VIDEO4 VIDEO5 VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 480i 480i 480i LIND Name...
  • Page 66 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *2 Single Name Analog 480i Analog other Digital 480i Digital other DYCD Name Twin Memo Favorite Index DYCD Standards *3 Single Name YSDLY = 0 YSDLY = 1 YSDLY = 2 YSDLY = 3 DYSD DYST Single Name...
  • Page 67 KF-42WE620/50WE620 42" Default Name Panel-2 SidePanel Window SidePanel Twin(Center) Favorite Index other 9 MDHP MDHS 12 MDHO Panel-2 (50") Name SidePanel Window SidePanel Twin(Center) Favorite Index other 9 MDHP MDHS 12 MDHO 50" Default Name Panel-2 SidePanel Window SidePanel Twin(Center)
  • Page 68 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Panel-2 (50") Name Single Twin(Center) Favorite Index 10 MDVP MDVS 14 MDVO Panel-2 (50") Name Default Single Twin(Center) Favorite Index 10 MDVP MDVS 14 MDVO Panel-3 Name Single Twin(Center) Favorite Index 10 MDVP MDVS 14 MDVO Panel-4 Name ( CRT use )
  • Page 69 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MID2 Functionality Data Remarks Name RHPL RHSL RVPL RVSL RHPR RHSR RVPR RVSR PABY PACB 10 PAON PANP PACU Standards *1 Single Name Component 480i SidePanel Full Widezoom Zoom Caption RHPL RHSL RVPL RVSL Single Name Composite 480i(CV) SidePanel...
  • Page 70 KF-42WE620/50WE620 INDEX Name Composite 480i Digital 480i RHPL RHSL RVPL RVSL Favorite Name AVM 480i Digital 480i Component 480i Composite 480i DVI 480i Digital 480i ATSC 480i (YCbCr) (Side Panel) RHPL RHSL RVPL RVSL RHPR RHSR RVPR RVSR MID3 Functionality...
  • Page 71 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *1 TWIN/MEMO Name Digital 1080i other Digital 1080i SP Digital 1035i other Digital 1035i SP Component 720p VHPL VHSL VVPL VVSL VHPR VHSR VVPR VVSR TWIN/MEMO Name AVM 720p(RGB) AVM 720p(YCbCr) Digital 720p other Digital 720p SP VHPL...
  • Page 72 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Standards *2 Component 1080i AVM 1080i(RGB) AVM 1080i(YCbCr) Digital 1080i Name VCPO 9 VCWD VYCD VSTP VSTT VFRV Component 480p AVM 480p(RGB) AVM 480p(YCbCr) Digital 480p Name VCPO 9 VCWD VYCD VSTP VSTT VFRV Component 480i Composite 480i AVM 480i(RGB)
  • Page 73 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MID4 Functionality Data Remarks Name DHPL DHSL DVPL DVSL DHPR DHSR DVPR DVSR DCPO 9 DCWD 10 DYCD DSTP DSTT DFRV Standards *1 Single Name Component 1080i DVI 1080i(RGB) SidePanel Full WideZoom Zoom Caption SidePanel Full WideZoom Zoom Caption...
  • Page 74 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Single Name Component 480i Composite 480i(CV) SidePanel Full (other) Widezoom Zoom SidePanel Full (other) Widezoom Zoom Caption Caption DHPL DHSL DVPL DVSL Single Name AVM 480i(RGB) AVM 480i(YCbCr) SidePanel Full (other) Widezoom Zoom SidePanel Full (other) Widezoom Zoom Caption...
  • Page 75 KF-42WE620/50WE620 TWIN/MEMO Digital Name Component Composite Digital 480i(SidePanel 480i 480i 480i(RGB) 480i(YCbCr) 480i(Full) DHPL DHSL DVPL DVSL DHPR DHSR DVPR DVSR TWIN/MEMO Name ATSC 1080i ATSC 720p ATSC 480p ATSC 480i DHPL DHSL DVPL DVSL DHPR DHSR DVPR DVSR INDEX...
  • Page 76 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Component Component Name Digital 480p Digital 1035i 480p 480p(RGB) 480p(YCbCr) 1035i 1035i(RGB) 1035i(YCbCr) DCPO 9 DCWD 10 DYCD DSTP DSTT DFRV Component Composite Name Digital 480i Digital 240p Digital 120p 480i 480i 480i(RGB) 480i(YCbCr) DCPO 9 DCWD 10 DYCD...
  • Page 77 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MID5 Functionality Data Remarks Name 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL 12 MXEN 13 MXLT 14 MYCO 15 MYHI 16 MYMO 17 MYCR...
  • Page 78 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Video iLINK(DV) Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=8 POP=9 POP=10 POP=11 POP=12 POP=13 POP=14 POP=15 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL...
  • Page 79 KF-42WE620/50WE620 ATSC(1080i) ATSC(720p) Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=24 POP=25 POP=26 POP=27 POP=28 POP=29 POP=30 POP=31 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL...
  • Page 80 KF-42WE620/50WE620 iLINK(1080i) iLINK(720p) Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=40 POP=41 POP=42 POP=43 POP=44 POP=45 POP=46 POP=47 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL...
  • Page 81 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Component(1080i) omponent(720p) Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=56 POP=57 POP=58 POP=59 POP=60 POP=61 POP=62 POP=63 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL...
  • Page 82 KF-42WE620/50WE620 DVI(1080i) DVI(720p) Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=72 POP=73 POP=74 POP=75 POP=76 POP=77 POP=78 POP=79 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL...
  • Page 83 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Memory Strick(Movie : Control Panel) Reserved Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=88 POP=89 POP=90 POP=91 POP=92 POP=93 POP=94 POP=95 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO...
  • Page 84 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Reserved Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=104 POP=105 POP=106 POP=107 POP=108 POP=109 POP=110 POP=111 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL 12 MXEN...
  • Page 85 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Reserved Name Pro+ Standard Vivid Pro+ Standard Vivid POP=120 POP=121 POP=122 POP=123 POP=124 POP=125 POP=126 POP=127 1 MHFM 2 MVFM 3 MVLS 4 MHLC 5 MVLC 6 MVEC 7 MXCO 8 MXHI 9 MXMO 10 MXCR 11 MXCL 12 MXEN...
  • Page 86 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MID7 Functionality Data Remarks Name MION MIWR MIMO MSTA MF22 MFPH MIBM MIUP MSTP MSOF MSTY MSTC MIFL MIHC MISO MIMX MILC MIRA MIOR MIFB MIVC MFIF DIPM MFOC MCPA MSTE 26 MFLM 27 MCED 28 MCCO MFSL 30 MVAL...
  • Page 87 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MILD Single Single Name Single 480i(not Single 480i(not 1080i/1035i DRC) Single other 1080i/1035i DRC) Single other MION MIWR MIMO MSTA MF22 MFPH MIBM MIUP MSTP MSOF MSTY MSTC MIFL MIHC MISO MIMX MILC MIRA MIOR MIFB MIVC MFIF DIPM...
  • Page 88 KF-42WE620/50WE620 MID8 D9671-1 Functionality Functionality Data Remarks Data Remarks Name Name SHFM I2CSCAL SVFM LUTPERM SHLC COPYENAB SVLC REFPERM SHMO REFLENGT SHLT SLAVE INSWAP SHCR SHCL RINBSWAP GINBSWAP SHEN BINBSWAP SHCO OUTSWAP SVMO 11 ROUTBSWAP SVLT 12 GOUTBSWAP SVCR 13 BOUTBSWAP...
  • Page 89 KF-42WE620/50WE620 D9671PIC Functionality Data Remarks Name APCMODE APCSW APCGAIN APCCORE APCLIMT 5 CONTRAST SCON SBRT RGAIN GGAIN BGAIN RBIAS GBIAS BBIAS BLK-LEFH BLK-LEFL BLK-RIH BLK-RIL BLK-TOH BLK-TOL BLK-BOH BLK-BOL 23 BLK-LEVEL SCONOF SBRTOF RGAINOF GGAINOF BGAINOF RBIASOF GBIASOF BBIASOF Standards *1...
  • Page 90 KF-42WE620/50WE620 D9671TPN D9671TG1 Functionality Functionality Data Remarks Data Remarks Name Name TPNSW MSB-STPH TRNRGB STAPOSH TPNMODE STAPOSV TPNHV TGOFF TPNINV HSTPOL TPNREP VSTPOL TPNSLANT HCKPOL VCKPOL 7 TPNWIDTH 8 WINPOSHH BLKPOL WINPOSHL PSTPOL 10 WINPOSVH DCKPOL CLRPOL WINPOSVL RHLVLH ENBPOL...
  • Page 91 KF-42WE620/50WE620 D9671CSC A7001G Functionality Functionality Data Remarks Data Remarks Name Name GGAINA CSC00H GGAINB GOFSETA CSC00L GOFSETB CSC01H GCALLVL CSC01L SHPOS GVCOM CSC02H GSIDLVL CSC02L S-GGAINA CSC10H S-GGAINB S-GOFSETA CSC10L S-GOFSETB CSC11H CSC11L CSC12H CSC12L A7001B CSC20H CSC20L Functionality Data...
  • Page 92 KF-42WE620/50WE620 TEMP Functionality Data Remarks Name TIME 2 PON-TIME 3 PON-TEMP TEMP OFFSET Standards *2 Standards *1 Name TEMP=0 TEMP=1 TEMP=2 TEMP=3 Name PON-TIME=0 PON-TIME=1 PON-TIME=2 PON-TIME=3 OFFSET 3 PON-TEMP Name TEMP=4 TEMP=5 TEMP=6 TEMP=7 Name PON-TIME=4 PON-TIME=5 PON-TIME=6 PON-TIME=7...
  • Page 93: Id Map Table

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 OSD-E FAN-CTL Functionality Functionality Data Data Remarks Remarks Name Name 0 TEMP-ERR NORMAL WIDE VPOS 1 FAN1-KICK 2 FAN2-KICK HPOS 3 FAN3-KICK 4 FAN10-START 5 FAN10-END 6 FAN10-VMAX OPTION-E 7 FAN10-VMIN 8 FAN11-START Functionality 9 FAN11-END Data Remarks 10 FAN11-VMAX...
  • Page 94: Section 3: Diagrams

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS 3-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION Power supply block RF antenna switch DIC2 3-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INFORMATION All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µµF 50WV or All voltages are in V.
  • Page 95 KF-42WE620/50WE620 Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit ( The components identifi ed by shading and symbol are critical for safety. Replace Circuit Device Printed symbol Terminal name only with part number specifi ed. Collector Transistor Emitter Base...
  • Page 96: Block Diagrams

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 3-3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS A BLOCK DIAGRAM (1 OF 2) IO CONVERTER ANTENNA TO DIC2 BOARD SWITCH TU8001 VHF/UHF TU8002 SUB TUNER MAIN TUNER TANTENNA SWITCH A (1/2) (TUNER/RELAY) SET 9V SET 5V SW 3.3V Q8003 SET 9V SW 2.5V...
  • Page 97: A Block Diagram (2 Of 2)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 A BLOCK DIAGRAM (2 OF 2) TO AU BOARD CN4702 A (2/2) (TUNER/RELAY) IC8504 WOOFER AMP Q8507-8509 IC8507 DC DETECT CN8051 Q8503 WF-OUT(+) WOOFER BUFFER DC PROT WF-OUT(-) SPEAKER Q8005 FAN-PROT MUTE Q8504 FAN-CTL BUFFER IC8003 Q8024 FAN CONTROL...
  • Page 98: Au Block Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 AU BLOCK DIAGRAM IC4701 SURROUND PROCESSOR CN4702 SUR-L FLIN OUTA BBE/ TONE SUR-R FRIN L CH_OUT RLIN BBE/ OUTB TONE R CH_OUT RRIN LFINB LFINA IC4702 IC4704 SP-MUTE POWER AMP SP-DC-DET CN4703 AU-17V SWIN LFONA H-R IN H-R OUT...
  • Page 99: G1 Block Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 G1 BLOCK DIAGRAM G1 (SWITCHING REGULATOR) CN1602 LAMP-GND LAMP LAMP+DC D1608 DRIVER T1603 R1613 Q1613,1622 DOUBLER CN1605 RECTIFIER IC1603 IC1608 C1 BOARD DC/DC CONVERTER. +11V 6.5V +9V REG. +17V-1 D1623 6.5V F1602 18,19 11,12 VDD VOUT 20,21 13,14 OCL+P...
  • Page 100: H3, H1, H2, And T Block Diagrams

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 H3, H1, H2, AND T BLOCK DIAGRAMS CN44 SDA-E SCL-E TO A2 BOARD CN8023 IC41 EEPROM Q4504,4511 POWER/ LED DRIVER STANDBY D4504 CN43 CN4502 Q4503,4510 S VIDEO V2-SW STBY LED LED DRIVER V2-S2 Q4509 V2-C D4503 TIMER LED TIMER...
  • Page 101: U Block Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 U BLOCK DIAGRAM J9401 V1-Y IC9400 IC9401 IC9401 V1-C AV INPUT SELECT SWITCH AV INPUT/OUTPUT SELECT SWITCH VIDEO SWITCH S VIDEO V1-S Q9407 Q9402 Q9427 MAIN-YV MAIN Y/V OUT MAIN YV OUT Q9421 V1-V BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER Y OUT...
  • Page 102: Kf-42we620/50we620

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 3-4. SCHEMATICS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 4) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 103: A Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 4)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 4) A BOARD WAVEFORMS 0.45 Vp-p (H) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 104: A Board Schematic Diagram (3 Of 4)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 4) A BOARD WAVEFORMS ‡ 0.6Vp-p (H) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 105: A Board Schematic Diagram (4 Of 4)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4 OF 4) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 106 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [FAN REG, TUNER, COMP VIDEO, BUFFER, WOOFER AMP] COMPONENT SIDE A BOARD LOCATOR LIST (COMPONENT SIDE) DIODE TRANSISTOR D8001 IC8003 Q8008 D8003 IC8005 G-10 Q8009 D8027 G-10 IC8006 Q8014 D8038 IC8007 Q8015 IC8009 Q8016 IC8507 Q8017 Q8018 Q8022 Q8035...
  • Page 107 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [FAN REG, TUNER, COMP VIDEO, BUFFER, WOOFER AMP] CONDUCTOR SIDE A BOARD LOCATOR LIST (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE TRANSISTOR D8004 IC8008 Q8001 D8005 IC8009 Q8002 D8006 IC8010 Q8003 D8011 IC8504 Q8004 D8014 Q8005 D8017 Q8006 D8022 Q8019 D8023 Q8021 D8025...
  • Page 108: Au Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 2)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 2) — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 109: Au Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 2)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 2) — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 110 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [AUDIO AMP] [AUDIO AMP] COMPONENT SIDE CONDUCTOR SIDE KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 111: G1 Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 G1 BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 112: F Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 F BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ² ² & ² ² KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 113 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [POWER SUPPLY] [LINE FILTER] COMPONENT SIDE G1 BOARD LOCATOR LIST (COMPONENT SIDE) DIODE TRANSISTOR D1601 IC1601 Q1601 D1602 IC1602 Q1602 D1603 IC1603 Q1606 D1604 IC1604 Q1607 D1605 IC1606 D1607 IC1607 D1608 IC1608 D1609 D1610 D1613 D1614 D1618 D1619 D1620...
  • Page 114 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [POWER SUPPLY] [LINE FILTER] VD1902 CONDUCTOR SIDE G1 BOARD LOCATOR LIST (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE TRANSISTOR D1601 IC1601 Q1601 D1602 IC1606 Q1602 D1606 IC1607 Q1603 D1608 IC1608 Q1604 D1609 Q1605 R1691 D1610 Q1606 D1612 Q1607 D1614 D1623 D1624 D1625 C1704...
  • Page 115: U Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 3)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 U BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 3) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 116: U Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 3)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 U BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 3) — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 117: U Board Schematic Diagram (3 Of 3)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 U BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 3) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 118 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [INPUT/OUTPUT, AV SWITCH1 [INPUT/OUTPUT, AV SWITCH1 AV SWITCH2] AV SWITCH2] COMPONENT SIDE CONDUCTOR SIDE U BOARD LOCATOR LIST (COMPONENT SIDE) U BOARD LOCATOR LIST (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR D9430 IC9400 Q9402 Q9413 DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR D9431 IC9401 Q9404...
  • Page 119: Ud Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 2)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 UD BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 2) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 120: Ud Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 2)

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 UD BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 2) — — — — — — — — — KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 121 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [DVI NNL TR] [DVI NNL TR] COMPONENT SIDE CONDUCTOR SIDE UD BOARD LOCATOR LIST UD BOARD LOCATOR LIST (COMPONENT SIDE) (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE DIODE D7001 IC7001 D7002 D7004 IC7002 D7003 IC7003 D7006 IC7004 IC7005 IC7006 IC7007 IC7008 IC7009 KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 122: H1 Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 H1 BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ² ² & ² KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 123 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [CONTROL SWITCHES] COMPONENT SIDE [CONTROL SWITCHES] CONDUCTOR SIDE KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 124: H2 Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 H2 BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ² ² & ² ² KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 125 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [POWER SWITCH] COMPONENT SIDE [POWER SWITCH] CONDUCTOR SIDE STBY LED TIMER LED LAMP LED P-ON STBY+5V POW LED 1-689-376-12 (1-723-095-12) C4505 POWER-ON TIMER LAMP R4512 D4510 D4503 D4504 R4516 C4506 C4507 S4501 C4508 R4509 R4502 R4506 C4503 R4513 R4515...
  • Page 126: H3 Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 H3 BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ² ² & ² ² KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 127 KF-42WE620/50WE620 [VIDEO 2 INPUT] COMPONENT SIDE [VIDEO 2 INPUT] CONDUCTOR SIDE KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 128: H4 Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 H4 BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM [SIRCS] COMPONENT SIDE TO A BOARD CN8001 STBY +5V 1/16W SIRCS ² 0.01 1/16W SIRCS [SIRCS] CONDUCTOR SIDE KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 129: T Board Schematic Diagram

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 T BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM [LAMP DOOR SWITCH] COMPONENT SIDE ² ² & [LAMP DOOR SWITCH] CONDUCTOR SIDE (1-723-095-11) S3999 1-689-378-11 CN3999 KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 130: Semiconductors

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 3-5. SEMICONDUCTORS 2SA1162-G 2SA1576A-T106-R 2SA1611-M5M6 Ð 2SC1623-L5L6 TOP VIEW 2SC4081-R 2SD601A-Q 16Pin Ð DTA114EKA-T146 DTC114EK CXA2069Q DTC114EU NJW1149 PQ07VZ012ZP DAP202K DTC143EKA-T146 M1MA152WK-T1 DTC144EKA DTC144EUA-T146 SLR-325VCT31 TOP VIEW CXA2171AQ-T6 2SK2663 PQ30RV11 DE5SC3ML PQ30RV21 ANODE CATHODE PQ30RV31 TOP VIEW 48Pin LM75CIMX-5...
  • Page 131: Section 4: Exploded Views

    SCREW +BVTP 4X16 TYPE2 TT(B) 4-036-405-01 SPRING, COMPRESSION X-2021-547-1 BRACKET ASSY, FRONT [18] 7-682-948-01 SCREW +PSW 3X8 4-092-219-01 STRIKE (KF-42WE620 ONLY) 7-685-661-14 SCREW +BVTP 4X12 TYPE2 IT-3 4-097-613-01 SHEET, H2 X-2021-558-1 BRACKET ASSY, FRONT [18] (KF-50WE620 ONLY) 4-094-707-02 GUIDE (LED), LIGHT...
  • Page 132: Bottom Block

    * 51 A-1052-675-A LAMP BLOCK ASSY (RP) (KF-50WE620 ONLY) 4-096-431-01 CUSHION (SP), SHIELD X-2021-833-1 CABINET ASSY(42), BOTTOM [59-60] 2-021-131-01 PANEL, MS (KF-42WE620 ONLY) (KF-42WE620 ONLY) 4-097-548-01 CUSHION, FOOT A-1063-721-A H4 BOARD, MOUNTED X-2021-543-1 DOOR ASSY, LAMP [63-64] 2-021-132-01 BRACKET, MS...
  • Page 133: Chassis - 1

    KF-42WE620/60WE620 NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading and mark are critical for safety. NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une marque sont critiques pour Replace only with part number specifi ed. la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 134: Chassis - 2

    8-598-593-20 TUNER, FSS BTF-WA421 A-1302-271-B AU BOARD, COMPLETE 8-598-594-10 TUNER, FSS BTF-FA421 A-1063-171-A DIC BLOCK COMPLETE ASSY 1-555-110-00 CABLE, P-P (KF-42WE620 ONLY) 1-557-056-31 CABLE, P-P A-1063-172-A DIC BLOCK COMPLETE ASSY 4-096-934-02 BRACKET, MAIN (KF-50WE620 ONLY) A-1302-266-A A BOARD, COMPLETE KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 135: Optical Unit Block

    REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION [ASSEMBLY INCLUDES] 1-787-057-11 D.C. FAN * 201 A-1606-006-A OPTICS UNIT BLOCK (IRP) ASSY 4-302-404-03 SCREW (WASHER HEAD) (+P 4X16) (KF-42WE620 ONLY) 1-478-733-11 POWER SUPPLY BLOCK * 201 A-1606-008-A OPTICS UNIT BLOCK (IRP) ASSY (KF-50WE620 ONLY) KF-42WE620/50WE620...
  • Page 136: Section 5: Electrical Parts List

    KF-42WE620/50WE620 SECTION 5: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Items marked with an asterisk are not stocked since they NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading RESISTORS are seldom required for routine service. Expect some delay mark are critical for safety. Replace only •...
  • Page 137 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C8081 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF CN8014 1-564-509-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR C8083 1-126-926-11 ELECT 1000µF CN8018 1-770-627-21 PIN, CONNECTOR C8084 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF CN8019 1-573-296-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD...
  • Page 138 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES D8500 8-719-071-74 DIODE HZU11B1TRF L8007 1-469-320-21 INDUCTOR 100µH D8505 8-719-404-50 DIODE MA111-TX L8008 1-469-320-21 INDUCTOR 100µH D8506 8-719-404-50 DIODE MA111-TX L8009 1-469-317-21 INDUCTOR 10µH D8508 8-719-404-50 DIODE...
  • Page 139 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES Q8051 8-729-216-22 TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G R8056 1-218-668-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W Q8052 8-729-216-22 TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G R8057 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W Q8500 8-729-422-33 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q-TX R8058 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 140 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R8111 1-216-823-11 METAL CHIP 1.5K 1/10W R8185 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R8112 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 1/10W R8190 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP 100K 1/10W R8113 1-216-857-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 141 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R8579 1-216-837-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W TUNER R8580 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W TU8001 8-598-594-10 TUNER, FSS BTF-FA421 R8581 1-216-826-11 METAL CHIP 2.7K 1/10W TU8002 8-598-593-70 TUNER, FSS BTF-WA421...
  • Page 142 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C9444 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF C9498 1-115-416-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001µF 5% C9445 1-126-963-11 ELECT 4.7µF C9499 1-107-714-11 ELECT 10µF C9448 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF C9500 1-107-714-11 ELECT 10µF...
  • Page 143 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C9549 1-164-360-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF FILTER C9550 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF FL9400 1-400-087-21 FILTER, EMI REMOVAL (SMD) C9551 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF C9552 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF C9553 1-125-891-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47µF...
  • Page 144 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES Q9414 8-729-026-53 TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A-T106-QR R9427 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W Q9415 8-729-026-53 TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A-T106-QR R9428 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W Q9416 8-729-907-00 TRANSISTOR DTC114EU R9429 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP Q9417...
  • Page 145 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R9473 1-218-676-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R9517 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP 3.3K 1/10W R9474 1-218-676-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R9518 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP 3.3K 1/10W R9475 1-218-676-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W...
  • Page 146 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R9561 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 1/10W R9611 1-216-801-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R9562 1-216-853-11 METAL CHIP 470K 1/10W R9612 1-216-801-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R9563 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R9613...
  • Page 147 KF-42WE620/50WE620 U AU REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R9662 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP 3.3K 1/10W VD9423 1-803-974-21 VARISTOR, CHIP (1608) R9663 1-218-271-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W VD9424 1-803-974-21 VARISTOR, CHIP (1608) R9664 1-218-271-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 148 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C4720 1-127-715-91 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22µF C4771 1-115-339-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C4721 1-127-715-91 CERAMIC CHIP 0.22µF C4772 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C4722 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C4773 1-126-967-11 ELECT 47µF...
  • Page 149 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES COIL R4733 1-216-826-11 METAL CHIP 2.7K 1/10W R4734 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP L4701 1-414-187-11 INDUCTOR 47µH R4735 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R4736 1-216-822-11 METAL CHIP 1.2K 1/10W PIN WIRE...
  • Page 150 KF-42WE620/50WE620 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading marque sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 151 KF-42WE620/50WE620 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading marque sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 152 KF-42WE620/50WE620 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading marque sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 153 KF-42WE620/50WE620 G1 F NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading marque sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 154 KF-42WE620/50WE620 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading marque sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 155 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C7070 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF JACK C7071 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF J7000 1-580-441-51 JACK, PIN C7078 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C7079 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C7080 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF...
  • Page 156 KF-42WE620/50WE620 UD H4 H3 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R7060 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R7062 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R7063 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R7064 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R7065 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W...
  • Page 157 KF-42WE620/50WE620 H3 T H1 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES CONNECTOR CN43 1-564-528-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR CN44 1-564-519-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR CN45 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT) A-1405-434-A T BOARD, MOUNTED DIODE CONNECTOR 8-719-977-28 DIODE DTZ10B CN3999 1-564-518-11...
  • Page 158 KF-42WE620/50WE620 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES SWITCH S4501 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEYBOARD A-1405-436-B H2 BOARD, MOUNTED CAPACITOR C4501 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C4503 1-162-974-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF C4505 1-162-974-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF C4506 1-162-974-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF...
  • Page 159: Sony Technology Center

    4-077-664-01 CUSHION (HARNESS), SHIELD 2-188-150-01 CARTON, HSC (KF-50WE620 ONLY) 4-101-014-01 PURSE LOCK (DIA. 18) 4-095-594-03 INDIVIDUAL CARTON (KF-42WE620 ONLY) 4-095-632-03 INDIVIDUAL CARTON (KF-50WE620 ONLY) 4-035-160-01 PURSE LOCK (S) (DIA. 12) 7-684-024-04 N 4, TYPE 2 (NUT HEXAGON CAP TYPE2) 4-095-598-02...
  • Page 160 2-108-981-11 (1) LCD Projection TV HD-Monitor Operating Instructions KF-42WE620 KF-50WE620  Printed in U.S.A. 2004 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 161 Owner’s Record The model and serial numbers are located at the rear of the LCD projection TV, below the Sony logo, on the sticker, and also on the TV box (white label). Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.
  • Page 162 WARNING Note to CATV system installer This reminder is provided to call the CATV system To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that expose the LCD projection TV to rain or provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in moisture.
  • Page 163 Avoid operating the LCD projection TV at CAUTION temperature below 41°F (5°C). Use the following Sony appliance(s) only with the If the LCD projection TV is transported directly following TV STAND. Use with other TV STAND may from a cold to a warm location, or if the room cause instability and result in possible injury.
  • Page 164: Important Safeguards

    Important Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension Safeguards cords or convenience receptacles beyond their capacity, since this can result in fire or electric shock. Before using your LCD projection TV, please read these Always turn the set off when it is not instructions completely, and keep this manual for future being used.
  • Page 165 On contamination on the screen surface Never block the slots and openings by placing the set on a bed, sofa, rug The screen surface has a special coating to reduce or other similar surface. reflections. To prevent screen damage, clean the screen as follows: Never place the set in a confined Clean the screen with a soft cloth, such as the...
  • Page 166 Antenna Grounding According to the NEC When the set exhibits a distinct change in performance, it indicates a need for service. Refer to section 54-300 of Canadian Electrical Code for Antenna Grounding. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician certifies in writing that he has used Antenna lead-in wire replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have...
  • Page 167: Important Safety Instructions

    About the LCD Projection TV Important Safety Instructions Although the LCD projection TV is made with high- 1) Read these instructions. precision technology, black dots may appear or bright points of light (red, blue, or green) may appear constantly 2) Keep these instructions. on the LCD screen.
  • Page 168 Introducing the Sony Using Twin View...........54 Using the Freeze Function ........57 LCD Projection TV Using Wide Screen Mode ........58 Presenting the Sony LCD Projection TV....11 Using This Manual..........12 Using the Menus Enjoying Your LCD Projection TV.......13 Overview..............59 Replacing the Lamp ..........15 Using the Video Menu...........60...
  • Page 170: Introducing The Sony Lcd Projection Tv

    Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV Presenting the Sony LCD Projection TV Thank you for purchasing the Sony LCD projection TV. This manual is for models KF-42WE620 and KF-50WE620. Features Some of the features that you will enjoy with your new LCD projection TV...
  • Page 171: Using This Manual

    Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV S-VIDEO Inputs: Provides a high-quality image from connected equipment. Favorite Channel Preview: Allows you to preview up to 16 favorite channels without leaving the current channel. Wide Screen Mode: Allows you to watch 4:3 normal broadcasts in wide screen mode (16:9 aspect ratio).
  • Page 172: Enjoying Your Lcd Projection Tv

    (up to 1 minute). When the projection lamp wears out, the screen goes dark. Replace the lamp with a new Sony XL-2100U replacement lamp (not supplied). After replacing the lamp, be sure to attach the lamp cover securely;...
  • Page 173 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV Notes on the LCD To enjoy clear pictures Be sure not to allow sunlight or light from a lamp to shine directly onto Projection TV the screen. The screen surface is easily scratched. Do not rub, touch, or tap it with a sharp or abrasive object (see “Using the Cleaning Cloth”...
  • Page 174: Replacing The Lamp

    Electric appliances can cause fire or high temperature, resulting in injury or death. Be sure to follow the instructions below. Use a Sony XL-2100U replacement lamp (not supplied) for replacement. Use of any other lamp may damage the LCD projection Do not remove the lamp for any purpose other than replacement.
  • Page 175 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV The Used Lamp For customers in the United States: This product contains mercury. Disposal of this product may be regulated if sold in the United States. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries Alliance (http:// www.eiae.org).
  • Page 176 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV Remove the front panel. Loosen the screw on the lamp cover with a coin or similar object to remove it. Loosen the two screws that secure the lamp, then pull out the lamp. The lamp is very hot immediately after use. Never touch the front glass of the lamp or the surrounding parts.
  • Page 177 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV Mount the new lamp. Be sure to attach the new lamp securely. Tighten the two screws securely first 1, Reattach the new lamp then 2 with the supplied hex key, as securely into the lamp shown in the illustration.
  • Page 178 Press firmly. Reattach the rear side panel and tighten the screws. Consult your Sony dealer for a Sony XL-2100U replacement lamp. Take great care when replacing the lamp or plugging in/unplugging the connecting cords. Rough handling may cause the LCD...
  • Page 180: Installing And Connecting The Lcd Projection Tv

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Contents The box contains your new LCD projection TV, a remote control, two AA batteries, and a cleaning cloth. No peripheral cables are included. If you intend to add additional equipment to your LCD projection TV, please check the hookup instructions for your desired setup before you begin.
  • Page 181: Carrying Your Lcd Projection Tv

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Carrying Your LCD Projection TV Carrying the LCD projection TV requires at least two people. Do not hold the pedestal or the front panel of the LCD projection TV. Doing so may cause these parts to break off. Do not grasp the pedestal or the front panel of the LCD projection TV.
  • Page 182: To Prevent The Lcd Projection Tv From Falling

    You can also use the LCD projection TV stand model SU-GW11/SU- GW1 (for KF-50WE620, not supplied), or model SU-GW11/SU-GW2 (for KF-42WE620, not supplied) with a support belt. When Installing Your LCD Projection TV Against a Wall Keep your LCD projection TV at least 4 inches (10 cm) away from the wall...
  • Page 183: Recommended Viewing Area

    Your viewing position may affect the picture quality. For the best picture quality, install your LCD projection TV within the areas shown below. Model Viewing distance KF-42WE620 min. 5.9 ft. (approx. 1.8 m) KF-50WE620 min. 6.6 ft. (approx. 2.0 m) Horizontal Viewing Area 65˚...
  • Page 184: Lcd Projection Tv Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV LCD Projection TV Connectors LCD Projection TV Front Controls and Connectors CHANNEL VOLUME TV/VIDEO To open (IR) Infrared Receiver Receives IR signals from the remote control. OPEN OPEN Push up to open the front panel. Button Description 1 CHANNEL +/–...
  • Page 185 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV LCD Projection TV Rear Side Rear of LCD projection TV Connectors Front side of LCD projection TV VIDEO 2 INPUT VIDEO L(MONO)–AUDIO–R S VIDEO...
  • Page 186 Connects to the left and right audio inputs of your audio or (VAR/FIX) video component. 6 CONTROL S To control other Sony equipment with the LCD projection IN/OUT TV's remote control, connect the CONTROL S IN jack of the equipment to the CONTROL S OUT jack on the LCD projection TV with the CONTROL S cable.
  • Page 187: Connector Types

    Y - Green or B–Y) - Blue or R–Y) - Red CONTROL S cable CONTROL S connections are exclusive to Sony products and allow greater control of all Sony equipment. Push into connection. DVI-D single link cable For a device, such as a digital TV receiver Align guides and push into connection.
  • Page 188: Basic Connections (connecting Cable Tv Or Antenna)

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Basic Connections (Connecting Cable TV or Antenna) Connecting Directly The connection you choose depends on the cable found in your home. Newer homes are equipped with standard coaxial cable (see A); older homes to Cable or an probably have 300-ohm twin lead cable (see B);...
  • Page 189 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Cable and Antenna If your cable provider does not feature local channels, you may find this set up convenient. CATV cable (No connection to TO CONVERTER) Rear of LCD projection TV CONVERTER Antenna cable VHF/UHF Select CABLE or antenna (ANT) mode by pressing on the remote...
  • Page 190 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Using a coaxial cable, connect the cable box’s OUT jack to the LCD projection TV’s AUX jack. Cable box Rear of LCD projection TV CONVERTER 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) Signal CATV cable (unscrambled channels) VHF/UHF Pressing ANT on the remote control switches between the channels coming in through the cable box (scrambled) and those coming directly...
  • Page 191 Cable box Also, set Cable to On in the Channel menu (see page 67). Your Sony remote control can be programmed to operate your cable box (see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 77). To change channels using the cable box, set your LCD projection TV to channel 2 - 6 depending on the cable box channel output.
  • Page 192: Connecting A Vcr And Cable

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a VCR and Cable Use this hookup if: You have cable TV that does not require a cable box. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service to the VCR’s IN jack. Using a coaxial cable, connect the VCR’s OUT jack to the LCD projection TV’s VHF/UHF jack.
  • Page 193: Connecting A Vcr And Cable Box

    With this setup you can: Use the LCD projection TV remote control to change channels on your cable box when the signal is scrambled. To program your Sony remote control to operate your cable box, see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 77.
  • Page 194 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV AUDIO-R (red) AUDIO-L (white) S VIDEO VIDEO (yellow) Coaxial cable Coaxial cable A/V cable (not supplied) VIDEO (yellow) AUDIO-L (white) S VIDEO AUDIO-R (red) Cable box Coaxial cable Rear of LCD projection TV Coaxial cable If your VCR is not equipped with S VIDEO, use a VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of the S VIDEO cable.
  • Page 195: Connecting Two Vcrs For Tape Editing

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting Two VCRs for Tape Editing If you connect two VCRs, you can record from one VCR to the other while using your LCD projection TV to monitor what is being recorded. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Using A/V cables, connect the playback VCR’s AUDIO/VIDEO OUT jacks to the recording VCR’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
  • Page 196: Connecting A Satellite Receiver

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Satellite Receiver Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the satellite antenna cable to the satellite receiver’s SATELLITE IN jack. Using A/V and S VIDEO cables, connect the satellite receiver’s AUDIO/VIDEO and S VIDEO OUT jacks to the LCD projection TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO and S VIDEO IN jacks.
  • Page 197: Connecting A Satellite Receiver With A Vcr

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Satellite Receiver with a VCR Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the satellite antenna cable to the satellite receiver’s SATELLITE IN jack. Connect the CATV cable to the VCR’s VHF/UHF IN jack. Using a coaxial cable, connect the VCR’s VHF/UHF OUT jack to the LCD projection TV’s VHF/UHF jack.
  • Page 198 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Be sure your VCR’s video input is set correctly. Consult your VCR’s operating manual for instructions. Use TV/VIDEO to select - VIDEO 1 to watch satellite TV or the VCR (your VCR must be turned on). - VHF/UHF to watch cable TV.
  • Page 199: Connecting An Audio Receiver

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting an Audio Receiver Connecting an Audio Receiver Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Using AUDIO cables, connect the LCD projection TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO Using audio cables, connect the LCD projection TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO OUT OUT (VAR/FIX) jacks to the audio receiver’s audio LINE IN jacks.
  • Page 200: Connecting A Dvd Player With Component Video Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a DVD Player with Component Video Connectors This is the preferred hookup to use if: Your DVD player has component (Y, B-Y, R-Y) jacks. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Using three separate component video cables, connect the DVD player’s Y, B-Y and R-Y jacks to the Y, P and P...
  • Page 201: Connecting A Dvd Player With A/v Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a DVD Player with A/V Connectors Use this hookup if: Your DVD player does not have component (Y, P ) jacks. If your DVD player has video component output connectors: for best picture quality use the connection described on page 41.
  • Page 202: Connecting A Digital Tv Receiver With Component Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Digital TV Receiver with Component Connectors Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Be sure to read the digital TV receiver’s manual. Using three separate component video cables, connect the digital TV receiver’s Y, P and P jacks to the LCD projection TV.
  • Page 203: Connecting A Digital Tv Receiver With Dvi-hdtv Connector

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Digital TV Receiver with DVI-HDTV Connector Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Be sure to read the digital TV reciever’s manual. Using a DVI-D single link cable, connect the digital TV receiver’s DVI- HDTV connector to the LCD projection TV’s DVI-HDTV VIDEO jack.
  • Page 204: Connecting A Camcorder

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Camcorder For easy connection of a camcorder, the LCD projection TV has front audio and video inputs (shown below). However, if you prefer, you can also connect the camcorder to the LCD projection TV’s rear AUDIO and VIDEO IN jacks.
  • Page 205: Using The Control S Feature

    Using the CONTROL S Feature CONTROL S allows you to control your LCD projection TV system and other Sony equipment with one remote control. In addition to allowing you to control multiple devices with one remote control, the CONTROL S...
  • Page 206: Setting Up The Lcd Projection Tv Automatically

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Setting Up the LCD projection TV Automatically After you finish connecting your LCD projection TV, you can run Auto Setup to set up your channels. The Auto Setup screen appears when you turn your LCD projection TV on for the first time after installing it.
  • Page 208: Using The Features

    Using the Features Using the Remote Control The following table describes the buttons on the remote control and their functions. Button Descriptions Button Description 1 DVD/VCR Press to turn on/off the DVD or VCR player. DVD/ SAT/ POWER MUTING CABLE (GREEN) MODE PICTURE WIDE...
  • Page 209 Using the Features 9 X/x/m/N/ X: Pause DVD/ SAT/ POWER MUTING CABLE x: Stop MODE m: Rewind DISPLAY VIDEO PICTURE WIDE N: Play M: Fast-Forward z: Record by pressing z and N Press to turn on/off Twin View. For details, see “Using Twin View”...
  • Page 210 Using the Features wa TV FUNCTION Press to select the TV. The indicator lights up momentarily DVD/ SAT/ POWER MUTING CABLE when pressed to show which equipment the remote control is operating. MODE DISPLAY VIDEO PICTURE WIDE V F1 and F2 Press F1 or F2 to control the connected components (DVD/ VCR or DVD/HDD).
  • Page 211: Watching Digital Tv

    Using the Features Watching Digital TV When you have connected the digital TV receiver, you can enjoy digital TV programs. This LCD projection TV is capable of receiving 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i digital TV formats. To view a digital TV program Connect the digital TV receiver to HD/DVD IN 5 or 6, DVI-HDTV IN 7 on the LCD projection TV (for details, see page 44).
  • Page 212: Using Favorite Channels

    Using the Features Using Favorite Channels The Favorite Channel feature lets you quickly select programs from a list of favorite channels that you preset. Creating a List of Press MENU to display the Menu. Favorite Channels Press B or b to highlight the Channel icon and press Press to select Favorite Channels.
  • Page 213: Using Twin View

    Using the Features Using Twin View Twin View enables you to watch two programs at the same time. You can also change the size of both the left and right pictures. Activating Twin To display twin pictures Pictures Make sure your LCD projection TV is tuned to a working channel. Press To cancel twin pictures Press...
  • Page 214 Using the Features Factors Affecting Twin View If you use a cable box to view all channels, the same channel appears in both windows because the cable box unscrambles only one channel at a time, so the right picture will be the same as the left picture. If you use a cable box and other video equipment connected, you can view the cable box output in one window and view a different source (such as a VCR or DVD player) in the second window by using the TV/...
  • Page 215 Using the Features Changing the The zoom feature lets you change the size of the left and right pictures. Picture Size To enlarge the left To enlarge the right picture (reduce the picture (reduce the right) left) Press B to Press b to activate the left activate the right...
  • Page 216: Using The Freeze Function

    Using the Features Using the Freeze Function The Freeze function allows you to temporarily capture a program’s picture. You can use this feature to write down information such as phone numbers, recipes, etc. To use the Freeze function When the program information you want to capture is displayed, press FREEZE The LCD projection TV switches to Twin View mode and displays the “frozen”...
  • Page 217: Using Wide Screen Mode

    Using the Features Using Wide Screen Mode Wide Mode lets you watch 4:3 normal broadcasts in several wide screen modes (16:9 aspect ratio). Press WIDE MODE repeatedly to toggle through the following screen mode settings. You can also access the WIDE MODE settings in the Screen menu. For details, see page 65.
  • Page 218: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus Overview Opening and choosing a menu DVD/ SAT/ POWER MUTING CABLE Press to display the menu screen. MENU MODE Press B or b to highlight the desired menu icon and press to select PICTURE WIDE DISPLAY VIDEO Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the features.
  • Page 219: Using The Video Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Video Menu To select the Video menu Press MENU Press B or b to highlight the Video icon and press Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the features. Press to select a feature. That feature’s adjustment appears. Use the arrow buttons to make the desired adjustments.
  • Page 220 Using the Menus Option Description Picture Adjust to increase picture contrast and deepen the color or decrease picture contrast and soften the color. Brightness Adjust to brighten or darken the picture. Color Adjust to increase or decrease color intensity. Adjust to increase or decrease the green tones. Sharpness Adjust to sharpen or soften the picture.
  • Page 221 Using the Menus Option Description Advanced Program DRC Palette Video Allows you to customize the level of detail (Continued) (Reality) and smoothness (Clarity) for up to three input sources. For example, you can create one Custom setting to optimize your cable input's picture, and create another to optimize your DVD player's picture.
  • Page 222: Using The Audio Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Audio Menu To select the Audio menu Press MENU Press B or b to highlight the Audio icon and press Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the options. Press to select an option. That option’s settings appear. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the settings.
  • Page 223 Using the Menus Option Description Speaker Select to turn on the LCD projection TV speakers. Select to turn off the LCD projection TV speakers and listen to the sound only through your external audio system speakers. Audio Out Variable The LCD projection TV’s speakers are turned off, Easy control but the volume output from your audio system can of volume...
  • Page 224: Using The Screen Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Screen Menu To select the Screen menu Press MENU Press B or b to highlight the Screen icon and press Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the features. Press to select a feature. That feature’s options appear. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the options.
  • Page 225 Using the Menus Option Description 4:3 Default Wide Zoom Select to enlarge the 4:3 picture, to fill the 16:9 screen, keeping the original image as much as Select the default possible. Screen Mode to use for 4:3 Normal Select to return the 4:3 picture to normal sources.
  • Page 226: Using The Channel Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Channel Menu To select the Channel menu Press MENU Press B or b to highlight the Channel icon and press Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the features. Press to select a feature. That feature’s options appear. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the options.
  • Page 227 Using the Menus Option Description Channel Removes and adds viewable channels. Skip/Add Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the channels until you find the channel you want to skip/add. Press to select it. Press V or v to toggle between “Add” and “Skip.” Press to select.
  • Page 228: Using The Parent Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Parent Menu The Parent menu allows you to set up the TV to block programs according to their content and rating levels. To select the Parent menu Press MENU. Press B or b to highlight the Parent icon and press P a r e n t a l L o c k : O f f...
  • Page 230: Selecting Custom Rating Options

    Using the Menus Selecting Custom US custom rating options Rating Options If you selected U.S.A. as the country of residence on page 70, the Custom Rating menu includes the following options. (If you selected Canada, see page 72.) To ensure maximum blocking capability, the age-based ratings should be blocked.
  • Page 231 Using the Menus The content ratings will increase depending on the level of the age-based rating. For example, a program with a TV-PG V (Violence) rating may contain moderate violence, while a TV-14 V (Violence) rating may contain more intense violence. Canadian custom rating options If you selected Canada as the country of residence on page 70, the Custom Rating menu includes the following options.
  • Page 232: Using The Setup Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Setup Menu To select the Setup menu Press MENU Press B or b to highlight the Setup icon and press Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the features. Press to select a feature. That feature’s options appear. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the options.
  • Page 233 Using the Menus Option Description Video Label Allows you to label the audio/video components you connected to the LCD projection TV so you can identify them when using TV/VIDEO. When in the Setup menu’s Video Label feature, press V or v to highlight an input to label, then press select it.
  • Page 234 Using the Menus Option Description Clock/Timers Lets you set the clock on your TV and allows you to program your TV for scheduled viewing using the Timers. Sleep Allows you to select the amount of time (15, 30, 45, 60, or 90 minutes) that you want the LCD projection TV to remain on before shutting off automatically.
  • Page 235 Using the Menus Option Description Image Shift Corrects the image on your LCD projection TV. Before adjusting After adjusting Auto: (Factory setting) Automatically corrects double images. Level 1-4 (manual): Select 1-4 to move the ghost image to align the two. High Altitude Set to use the unit at an altitude of 1,500 m (4,921 ft.) or higher.
  • Page 236: Other Information

    701 (Sony Dream System) SAT/CABLE 801 (Sony Satellite Receiver) If you have video equipment other than Sony brand that you want to control with the LCD projection TV’s remote control, use the following procedure to program the remote control. The equipment must have infrared (IR) remote capability in order to be used with the remote control.
  • Page 237 309, 330, 328, 335, Admiral * If an Aiwa VCR does not work even 324, 338 (M. Ward) though you enter the code for Aiwa, Sansui enter the code for Sony instead. Aiwa* 338, 344 Samsung 322, 313, 321 Audio Dynamic 314, 337...
  • Page 239: Operating A Vcr

    TOP MENU Display the DVD menu Operating a 5.1ch DVD AV System To Do This ... Press (Sony DAV) Turn on/off DVD/VCR (POWER) Select other equipment connected to the DAV Skip a disk Display the DVD menu...
  • Page 240: Operating An Av Receiver

    Other Information Operating a DVD/ VCR or HDD/DVD To Do This ... Press Combo Unit DVD/VCR (POWER) Turn on/off If you have a DVD/VCR combo component, Select the DVD Select the VCR If you have a HDD/DVD combo component, Select the DVD Select the HDD Record simultaneously...
  • Page 241: Contacting Sony

    Other Information Contacting Sony If, after reading these operating instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony television, please call our Customer Information Services Center at 1-800-222-SONY (7669) (US residents only) or 1-877-899-SONY (7669) (Canadian residents only).
  • Page 242: Remote Control

    69). If your LCD projection TV’s power is on, and the LAMP (red) indication is flashing, the lamp for the light source has burnt out. Replace it with new Sony XL-2100U replacement lamp (see page 15). Try another channel; it could be station trouble.
  • Page 243 Other Information Problem Possible Remedies Dark, poor or no picture Adjust the Picture option in the Video menu (see page 61). (screen lit), good sound Adjust the Brightness option in the Video menu (see page 61). Check the antenna/cable connections. For optimum picture quality, a 75-ohm coaxial antenna connection is highly recommended.
  • Page 244 Other Information Audio Problem Possible Remedies Good picture, no sound Press MUTING so that Muting disappears from the screen (see page 49). Make sure the Speaker option is set to On in the Audio menu (see page 64). Audio noise Communication problems may occur if infrared communication equipment (e.g., infrared cordless headphones) is used near the TV.
  • Page 245 Other Information General Problem Possible Remedies How to restore Video settings Press RESET on the remote control while in the Video menu (see page 60). to factory settings How to restore Audio settings Press RESET on the remote control while in the Audio menu (see page 63). to factory settings Cannot cycle through the other Be sure the Video Label option is not set to “Skip”...
  • Page 246: Flashing Indicators On The Front Of The Monitor

    (see page 18). The LAMP indicator flashes. The lamp for the light source has burned out. Replace it with a new one (see page 15). If the LCD projection TV does not function properly after correcting the problems, contact qualified Sony personnel.
  • Page 247: Specifications

    (1,201 × 819 × 371 mm) KF-50WE620: 54 × 36 × 17 inches (1,377 × 928 × 452 mm) Mass KF-42WE620: 70 lb 12 oz (32 kg) KF-50WE620: 87 lb 1 oz (39.5 kg) Power Consumption In Use 210 W In Standby Under 1 W...
  • Page 248 Other Information Optional Accessories TV Stand SU-GW11 (for KF-50WE620/KF-42WE620) SU-GW1 (for KF-50WE620) SU-GW2 (for KF-42WE620) Lamp XL-2100U Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 250: Index

    Index Numerics Closed caption modes Color temperature, adjusting 4:3 Default Color, adjusting Connecting Activating a Twin View screen Audio receiver 40 – – Adding channels to the channel list Cable box 30 Cable or Antenna 29 Adjusting audio, Steady Sound Camcorder 45 ANT button Digital TV Receiver 43...
  • Page 251 PICTURE MODE button Picture size, adjusting in Twin View Game Picture Adjust POWER button (GREEN) POWER/STANDBY High Altitude Presetting channels Hue, adjusting – Problems, troubleshooting Image Shift Ratings Inputs, labeling setting 71 – Installation of the projection TV viewing blocked programs 70 Remote control Function of buttons 49 JUMP button...
  • Page 252 Unrated USA Rating using with TV remote control 80 with cable box, connecting 34 with cable, connecting 33 with satellite receiver, connecting 37 Vertical Center Vertical Size Video inputs, labeling Video menu Video Modes, selecting Viewing area, recommended Viewing Blocked Programs VOL +/–...

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