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REVISION HISTORY
MODEL
KP-FR43M31
KP-FR43M91
KP-FR43M91
NO.
SUFFIX
DATE
1
-01
2005/8
2
-02
2005/10
3
-03
2005/11
4
-04
2006/07
PART NO. :
SUPP / CORR
DESCRIPTION
_ _
1st Issue
Supp-1
Loudspeaker suffix change
Corr-1
Delete Screen (43) Contrast illustration with
no part number
Corr-2
Part number change
AX1
CHASSIS
9-872-831-04
(Pg
(Pg
156)
(Pg
157)
190)

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  • Page 1 REVISION HISTORY CHASSIS MODEL 9-872-831-04 PART NO. : KP-FR43M31 KP-FR43M91 KP-FR43M91 SUFFIX DATE SUPP / CORR DESCRIPTION 2005/8 1st Issue 2005/10 Supp-1 Loudspeaker suffix change 190) 2005/11 Corr-1 Delete Screen (43) Contrast illustration with no part number 156) 2006/07 Corr-2...
  • Page 2 SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. KP-FR43M31 RM-GA001 Oceania SCC-V43A-A KP-FR43M91 RM-GA001 GE SCC-V42A-A KP-FR43M91 RM-GA001 Saudi Arabia SCC-V48A-A VIDEO WEGA THEATRE PROG INDEX WEGA RETURN GATE PROG OPTION RM-GA001 RM-GA001 PROJECTION TV...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page Section Title Page 1. SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 3-11. Service List ..............15 3-12. Registration Adjustment ..........67 1-1. Diagnostic Test Indicators ........... 4 1-2. Display of Standby/Timer Light Flash Count ..... 5 3-12-1.
  • Page 4 CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE ANODE. THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. – 3 –...
  • Page 5: Self Diagnosis Function

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 SECTION 1 SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION The unit in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER LED will automatically begin to flash. The number of times the LED flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A defination of the STANDBY/TIMER LED flash indicators is listed in the intruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference.
  • Page 6: Display Of Standby/timer Light Flash Count

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 Self-Diagnosis is screen display: 1-2. DISPLAY OF STANDBY/TIMER LIGHT FLASH 1-5. HANDLING OF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN COUNT DISPLAY Diagnostic items Flash count 2 – +B Overcurrent 2 tims Low +B Overvoltage 3 tims ON SCREEN (DIGIT 5) *(VOLUME) (POWER)
  • Page 7: Self-diagnostic Circuit

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 1-6. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CIRCUIT MG BOARD AKB 24 IC0001 V PROT 56 VDY- +12V MAIN MICRO STBY-LED HG PROT 57 Q5202 22 STBY-LED CLKO 14 +15V 53 SCL < H PLS DATO 13 52 SDA 5 OCP 6 OVP...
  • Page 8: Disassembly

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL 2-2. MAIN BRACKET REMOVAL 1 Optical shield 2 Rear board 2 Two screws (Tapping screw hexagon head) 1 Fourteen screws (Tapping screw hexagon head) 3 PWB block assy 2-3. FRONT PANEL ASSY REMOVAL 2-4.
  • Page 9: Mirror Cover And Beznet Block Removal

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 2-5. MIRROR COVER AND BEZNET BLOCK 2-6. BEZNET ASSY REMOVAL REMOVAL 2 Four screws 3 Mirror cover Mirror cover 2 Six screws (BVTP 4x16) 1 Four screws 2 Holder Bracket (43L) (Hexagon head) 3 Six screws (BVTP 4x16 Type2 IT-3)
  • Page 10: Ad, Bh, Ds, Mg And T Boards Removal

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 2-9. AD, BH, DS, MG AND T BOARDS REMOVAL 2-10. A, D AND G1 BOARDS REMOVAL 1 Two screws (BVTP 3x12 Type2 IT-3) 3 Two screws (BVTP 3x12 Type2 IT-3) 2 G1 board 5 AD Board 3 Three screws...
  • Page 11: High-voltage Cable Installation And Removal

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 2-12. HIGH-VOLTAGE CABLE INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL (1) Remover (2) Installation 1 Rubber cap 2 HV cab 1 Rubber cap Hook 2 HV cable turn 90 Gutter 2-13. MECHANICAL ASSY REMOVAL Removing the arrow-marked screw (gold color) is strictly inhibited.
  • Page 12: Set-up Adjustments

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. SCREEN VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT 3-3. BLUE OFFSET ADJUSTMENT (ROUGH ALIGNMENT) This adjustment item must be ending the G2 adjustment. 1. Receive the Monoscope signal. 1. Input the HD (1080i/60Hz Black) signal into component 2. Set 50% BRIGHTNESS and minimum PICTURE.
  • Page 13: Deflection Yoke Tilt Adjustment

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 3-6-3. Blue left side dot adjustment of 2-pole Magnets 3-5. DEFLECTION YOKE TILT ADJUSTMENT 1. Turn blue focus volume of fucus pack counter-clockwise, 1. Receive the Monoscope signal. so that diameter of the dot becomes large, and can see 2.
  • Page 14: Green, Red And Blue Focus Adjustment

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 3-8. GREEN, RED AND BLUE FOCUS ADJUSTMENT 3-8-1. Green, Red, Blue Lens focus adjustment 1. Input a cross hatch signal into VIDEO 1. (composite video input) 2. Place a lens cover over red and blue lenses and project only green.
  • Page 15: Method Of Cancellation From Service Mode

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 3-10-2. Method of Cancellation from Service Mode 3-10-4. How to Write the Data 1. Set the standby mode (Press “!/1 (TV STANDBY)” 1. Set in the service mode. button on the commander), then press “!/1 2. Press “1” or “4” button on the commander, select the (TV STANDBY)”...
  • Page 22 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 OPTION NOTE Comb Operation Selection 00 = automatic operation (depends on color system status), 01 = no comb operation, 02 = forced 2D-comb operation, 03 = forced 3D-comb operation TV System Selection for Auto TV system 00 = B/G,...
  • Page 68: Registration Adjustment

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 3-12-2. Setup for Adjustment 3-12. REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT 1. Marking 3-12-1. Adjustment Flow 1. At the 4 insides of the screen, locate the middle. Use a tape measure to identify the middle. START Turn on the power and wait for 10 minutes...
  • Page 69: Operation Method For Projector Engine (pje) Mode

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6. Write “VPS, VSZ and HSZ” adjusted data to other mode • 6 : Displays or changes internal test signals. service data. : monoscope c crosshatch + monoscope c crosshatch + borderline c crosshatch c dot c <Write “VPS”, “VSZ”, “HSZ”>...
  • Page 70: Method Of Projector Engine Adjustment

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 3. Operation Method for Fine Adjustment 3-12-5. Method of Projector Engine Adjustment (in GRN, RED, or BLU Mode) (Sub Deflection Adjustment) 1. Set in the Service mode, and select the category “PJE”. Adjustment a : Yes – : No 2.
  • Page 71 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6. Select “GRN SKEW”, and correct the tilt of horizontal 10. Select “GRN MLIN”, and correct the sizes of the horizontal lines and vertical lines. line at the center of the screen are symmetrical left and right. • GRN SKEW (horizontally/vertically) •...
  • Page 72: Auto Convergence Setting

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 4. Press “9” button on the commander to enter the fine 3-13. AUTO CONVERGENCE SETTING adjustment mode. This adjustment must be performed after the registration 5. Make fine adjustment so that horizontal lines and adjustment was made or after readjustment was made by vertical lines overlap with green lines.
  • Page 73: Auto Convergence Error Code List

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 3-15. AUTO CONVERGENCE ERROR CODE LIST If an error code is displayed after the set has been fully adjusted, correctly, plese check the following items : position, tilt and sizing. If either of these adjustments are off, even slightli, the auto registration pattern will not hit the four sensors properly.
  • Page 74: Adjustment

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENT 4-1. HV REGULATION ADJUSTMENT (D Board) 4-2. +B MAX VOLTAGE CONFIRMATION When replacing the following components marked with The following adjustments should always be performed when replacing IC6801, R6809 the schematic diagram, always check hold-down voltage and if necessary re-adjust.
  • Page 75: Electrical Adjustments

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS Original Condition 5-1. PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENT DRC-MF : DRC1250 5-1-1. Preparation PICTURE QUALITY : CUSTOM 1. Set in the service mode. 3D-NR MODE : OFF 2. Set respective items as follows. ECO MODE : OFF...
  • Page 76: Ntsc Video Input (main Picture)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 5-1-2. NTSC Video Input (Main Picture) 5-1-3. NTSC RF Input (Main Picture) 1. Enter the NTSC video color bar (White & color 75%) 1. Enter the NTSC RF color bar (White & color 75%) signal. signal. 2. Enter the service mode, and set respective items as follows.
  • Page 77: Pal Video Input (main Picture)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 2 If still “Sub HUE” cannot adjust, 5-1-5. PAL RF Input (Main Picture) Change HUOF data from “2” to “1”. 1. Enter the PAL RF color bar (White & color 75%) signal. Repeat (ii). If “Sub HUE” can adjust, write “1” as HUOF data (i) SUB CONTRAST for each picture modes.
  • Page 78: Diagrams

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 SECTION 6 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 DIAGRAMS 6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 6-1-1. A (1/2), D (1/2) and HC Boards Block Diagrams EXCEPT OCEANIA MODEL CN6010 RECT + AUS MODEL SUR 2 SUR 1 TO G1 BOARD CN6301 CN6008 D6113 AC IN2...
  • Page 79: A (2/2) Board Block Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-2. A (2/2) Board Block Diagram TO D BOARD TO D BOARD TO MG BOARD TO BH BOARD TO MG BOARD CN5004 CN5005 CN0001 CN3001 CN0002 CN2015 VIDEO MT_CV MT_VIDEO M_SDAT M_SDAT M_SCLK M_SCLK ST_CV ST_VIDEO...
  • Page 80: D (2/2) Board Block Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-3. D (2/2) Board Block Diagram HV BLOCK IC8002 T8001 DRIVE PICTURE TUBE Q8014 CONVERTER V901,V902,V903 (R) (G) (B) L8002 Q8011 Q8021 Q8028 Q8034 Q8035 HV PROT SOFT START D8015 Q8013 AC HOP VCC IC8004 CONVERTER...
  • Page 82: Bh Board Block Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-5. BH Board Block Diagram 1, 5 IC3105 Q3113 IC3103 IC3101 CN3001 OP AMP. AD CONV. MS3.3V DET(NC) 9, 13, 16 Q3101 , Q3102 IC3301 FL3101 RESET - 128 L.P.F MID HD ( MY0 - MY7 )
  • Page 83: Ds, G1 And T Boards Block Diagrams

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-6. DS, G1 and T Boards Block Diagrams IC5801 CN9400 TELTEXT DECODER IC9400 -17VB -17V CONV.OUT1 +17VB +17V CN5801 BUFFER /REGI MUTE CN9405 Q5808 XTAL OUT Q5807 BH-OUT X5801 Q5806 12HMz BV-OUT Q5801 TO DY(B) TO MG(1/2)BOARD...
  • Page 84: Ha And Hb1 Boards Block Diagrams

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-1-7. HA1 and HB1 Boards Block Diagrams (SIRCS,KEY) CN1000 STBY5V S1000-1005 KEY1 D1006 KEY2 D1007 LED G LED R TO MG(1/2)BOARD KEY WAKE CN0004 S1006,1007 Q1000 LED DRIVE Q1001 LED DRIVE D1005 POWER/OFF TIMER J1101 CN1100 S-VIDEO - SSW...
  • Page 85: Mg (1/2) Board Block Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-8. MG (1/2) Board Block Diagram CN0002 MAIN R CN0004 MAIN L KEY1 L MUTE KEY2 SUB BYPASS SW SIRCS IC0001 M SCLK M SCLK POWER-LED M SDAT M SDAT STBY-LED TO HA1 BOARD MT AGC...
  • Page 86: Mg (2/2), Cr, Cg, Cb And Vm Boards Block Diagrams

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-9. MG (2/2), CR, CG, CB and VM Boards Block Diagrams MG(2/2) (R OUTPUT) (Y/C/J) CN9107 Q0411-0412 IC9101 CLAMP TO FOCUS IC0401 VIDEO OUT BLOCK J9101 CN9103 Q9105 CN0001(2/2) CN0401 V IN V OUT Q0419 BUFF...
  • Page 87: Ug Board Block Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-1-10. UG Board Block Diagram IC1501 IC1701 AV SW MAIN COLOR DECODER Q1713,Q1714 YOUT3 CVBS/V2 Q1715,Q1716 COUT3 IN6-CV J1502 IN9-CR CrOUT Q1707 (VIDEO IN 2) Q1711 BUFF IN9-CB CbOUT Q1502 , Q5124 Q1705 Q1712 IN5-S IN9-Y...
  • Page 88: Circuit Boards Location

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION 6-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INFORMATION Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen Note: printed circuit (*) • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. (pF: µµF) Device Printed symbol Terminal name Circuit Capacitors without voltage indication are all 50 V.
  • Page 89: A Board (block 001)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-1. A Board (Block 001) CN6006 CN6005 CN6011 CN6008 CN6102 (BLOCK001) CN6100 CN6101 TO G1 BOARD TO HC1 BOARD CN6303 TO HC1 BOARD CN6304 TO G1 BOARD DGC CHECK CN1051 CN1050 DGC COIL DGC COIL POWER SUPPLY...
  • Page 90: A Board (block 002)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-2. A Board (Block 002) TUNER TU2001 TU2000 D2004 MMDL914T1 3.3V IC2002 (Block 002) S-80843CLUA-B64T2G C2092 R2108 3 4 5 R2057 11 12 13 21 22 23 24 TUNER/AUDIO AMP 14 15 C2091 +33V R2085 R2066...
  • Page 91: A Board (block 003)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-3. A Board (Block 003) EY2021 EY2020 Mount Mecha A2000 409454901 IC2000 EY5004 Mount Mecha IC2001 A2001 407731203 EY5003 EY5001 EY5002 Mount Mecha A6005 407727701 D6005 EY6036 EY6035 Mount Mecha A6200 403343761 IC6200 EY2014 EY2015 Mount Mecha 403343761...
  • Page 92: Ad Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-4. AD Board Schematic Diagram IC9603 NJM2391DL1-33(TE1) +3.3V 3.3V REGULATOR C9618 +3.3V C9607 C9621 FB9602 0.001 R9607 R9611 C9622 C9709 CHIP RN-CP RN-CP 6.3V B:CHIP C9657 FB9617 C9649 C9613 +3.3V R9662 R9666 FB9616 6.3V R9658 C9601 0.01...
  • Page 93: Bh Board (block 001)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-5. BH Board (Block 001) CN3402 XX TO HMG BOARD CN3401 CN7201 TO MS2 BOARD CN4000 C3102 0.01 FB3101 L3101 R3481 R3482 XX R3430 10uH DCLK C3101 VCLK CONT 0.001 FL3100 RB3115 C3401 RB3116 R3429 RB3114...
  • Page 94: Bh Board (block 002)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-6. BH Board (Block 002) (BLOCK 002) IC3302 DRC/MID IS42S32200B-6TL-TR 64M SDRAM MID_OUT C3307 C3305 C3306 001:2I 0.01 0.01 6.3V RB3303 RB3304 DQ15 D_15 VCCQ VSSQ D_14 DQ14 R3322 D_13 DQ13 R3407 D_12 R3402 RN-CP C3312...
  • Page 95: Bh Board (block 003)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-7. BH Board (Block 003) Mount Mecha 409501001 A3001 408538331 Mount Mecha *A3401 Mount Mecha 408538331 *A3402 Mount Mecha 408538331 *A3403 (Block 003) HEAT SINK B-AX1(05)3128-GE-BH03.-FR43 – 108 –...
  • Page 96: Cr Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-8. CR Board Schematic Diagram CN9107 TO F.BLOCK J9101 SG9103 R9104 1-451-567-11 FGND 560k 1-519-422-11 CN9110 TO F.BLOCK SOCKET, CRT 1/2W GAP, SPARK NL9103 CHASSIS_GND 1-517-778-21 CN9104 LAMP, NEON CN9101 R9116 CHASSIS_GND 9 8 7 SG9102 NL9102 1/2W...
  • Page 97: Cg Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-9. CG Board Schematic Diagram J9201 TO F.BLOCK CN9209 1-451-567-11 FGND SG9203 R9202 SOCKET, CRT C9216 0.0047 560k 151942211 CN9210 TO F BLOCK F:CHIP 1/2W GAP.SPARK CHASSIS_GND R9221 1/2W 9 8 7 CN9208 NL9202 CHASSIS_GND C9202 HK R...
  • Page 98: Cb Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-10. CB Board Schematic Diagram CN9308 TO F.BLOCK R9304 J9301 TO F.BLOCK 560k 1-451-567-11 FGND 1/2W CHASSIS_GND SG9303 CN9310 R9335 151942211 C9316 0.0047 GAP, SPARK FPRD C9301 R9323 +210V CHASSIS_GND 0.001 NL9302 NL9301 1/2W CN9304 1-517-778-21 B:CHIP SG9302...
  • Page 99: D Board (block 001)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-11. D Board (Block 001) CN6401 (Block 001) CN6400 POWER SUPPLY TO A (BLOCK001) CN6000 FB6408 FB6405 0.45uH 0.45uH R6406 R6429 FB6406 MAIN12V 470k 0.45uH 470k FB6403 FB6401 FB6402 0.45uH 0.45uH 0.45uH FB6407 0.45uH R6421 +210V...
  • Page 100: D Board (block 002)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-12. D Board (Block 002) C8037 T8001 C8045 MAIN12V TP8001 L8002 0.056 SG8002 1000p 125uH 800V NX-6030//M3A4 1-535-881-21 1-517-499-21 R8086 TERMINAL, TP GAP, SPARK C8073 R8145 D8026 470p (AUTO INSERTION) RN-CP 1/2W MMDL914T1 R8144 R8166 Q8021...
  • Page 101: D Board (block 003)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-13. D Board (Block 003) Mount Mecha A5001 408847001 Q5001,D5001 Mount Mecha A5002 408186421 Q5001,D5001 Mount Mecha 408658121 IC5101 A5101 Mount Mecha A5401 406907211 IC5402 A5402 403343761 IC5402 Mount Mecha Mount Mecha A5403 403343711 Q5404 Mount Mecha 406907211...
  • Page 102: Ds Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-4-14. DS Board Schematic Diagram CN9408 CN9401 TO D (BLOCK001) CN5016 -17VB -17VB AX1 CHASSIS -17VB DS_GND +17VB -17VB -17VB V_PULSE V_PULSE C9426 C9427 H_PLS H_PLS HC_PARA HC_PARA +17VB V_SHIFT V_SHIFT IC9400 DF_DRV STK394-510 DF_DRV DF_PARA CONV.
  • Page 103: G1 Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-4-15. G1 Board Schematic Diagram (KP-FR53M91) CN6301 TO A (BLOCK001) CN6010 VD6301 1-804-993-21 VARISTOR POWER SUPPLY RY6301 1-755-395-11 RELAY (AC POWER) R6301 FPRD C6302 D6303 0.47 D6302 D2SB60A-F04 450V 10ERA60-TP RECTIFIER T6301 VD6302 SWITCH C6311 TH6302...
  • Page 104: Ha1 Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-16. HA1 Board Schematic Diagram STBY5V R1003 R1008 RN-CP RN-CP CN1000 TO MG Q1000 (BLOCK001) DTC144ESA CN0008 R1005 Q1001 DTC144ESA KEY WAKE RN-CP P_ON R1000 LED R RN-CP LED G D1002 UDZ-TE-17-6.2B SIRCS D1005 KEY2 SPR-325MVW D1004 KEY1 UDZ-TE-17-6.2B...
  • Page 105: Hb1 Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-3-17. HB1 Board Schematic Diagram C1105 D1104 R1107 DTZ10B RN-CP J1101 V2-R 156566512 TERMINAL, S 4P C1108 V2-L VD1100 0.01 180397421 VARISTOR ,CHIP B:CHIP J1102 V2-SW C1102 D1108 175051721 DTZ10B PROTECT JACK BLOCK, V2-Y PIN 3P R1110 2.2k...
  • Page 106: Hc1 And Hx Boards Schematic Diagrams

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-4-18. HC1 and HX Boards Schematic Diagrams CN1050 CN1051 TO A (BLOCK001) TO A (BLOCK001) CN6005 CN6006 S1050 157143321 AC-PUSH-SW Power Switch (Normal Screen) B-AX1(05)3128-GE-HC1-FR43 IC1000 R1013 CN1001 RPM7140-H8 SIRCS D1008 PROTECT TO MG (BLOCK001) CN0008 STBY 5V...
  • Page 107: Mg Board (block 001)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-19. MG Board (BLOCK 001) (BLOCK001) CN0008 CN0007 CN0004 TO HA1 / HX BOARD PF MICRO TO DS BOARD TO HA BOARD CN1000 / CN1001 CN9403 CN1000 CN0006 CN005 CN0005 R0461 Q0010 2SJ344(TE85L) D0008 Q0069 L0007...
  • Page 108: Mg Board (block 002)

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-4-20. MG Board (BLOCK 002) CN0406 TO T BOARD CN5803 M_SCLK R0513 FB0401 M_SDAT FB0402 RN-CP FB0403 Q0431 C0462 001:9B MSD601-RT1 BUFFER C0422 C0432 0.01 R0436 R0512 R0520 1.5k R0519 RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP RN-CP R0440 R0439 1.5k...
  • Page 109: T Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-3-21. T Board Schematic Diagram TELETEXT D5802 D5801 DAP202K R5830 RN-CP 3.3V VDDP R5829 P2.7/PWM6 MOVX_RO P3.0/ADC0 X5801 RN-CP A17_LN RESET 12MHz P3.1/ADC1 RESET 1-578-774-11 R5828 P3.2/ADC2 XTALOUT C5854 XTALIN RN-CP P3.3/ADC3 FB5804 A15_LN OSCGND B:CHIP...
  • Page 110: Ug Board Schematic Diagram

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-4-22. UG Board Schematic Diagram D1511 DTZ10B R1592 R1510 C1506 VD1511 PROTECTION JR1502 RN-CP RN-CP R1693 R1694 R1677 VD1541 VD1510 L1508 C1614 JR1501 D1538 C1524 10uH R1630 C1525 0:CHIP L1501 R1631 R1633 R1634 C1590 R1509 D1510 10uH 2.2M...
  • Page 112: Voltage Measurement And Waveforms

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-4. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT AND WAVEFORMS A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORMS Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] CN2003 CN2005 CN2006 -0.1 -0.2 CN2007 CN2011 5.600Vp-p 3.400Vp-p -0.2 -0.1 CN2012 32.4 11.8 2.000Vp-p CN2015 1.800Vp-p 62.00Vp-p 11.8...
  • Page 113 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 UG BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORMS Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] CN1502 Q1510 -1.2 Q1713 Q1511 Q1714 Q1512 Q1715 Q1513 Q1716 Q1516 -1.0 Q1517 60.00Vp-p Q1523 Q1501 Q1524 Q1502 Q1545 60.00Vp-p Q1503 Q1701 Q1504...
  • Page 114 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 D BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORMS Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] CN5004 IC5101 CN5006 800.0mVp-p 900.0mVp-p 3.120Vp-p -0.1 -13.3 -0.2 CN5016 CN5005 56.80Vp-p 2.120Vp-p 1.680Vp-p 1.000Vp-p Q5006 6.400Vp-p 1.680Vp-p 12.80Vp-p 64.6 5.840Vp-p DS BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORMS Pin No.
  • Page 115 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 MG BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORMS Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] CN0001 840.0mVp-p -0.2 640.0mVp-p 3.400Vp-p -0.1 580.0mVp-p 1.960Vp-p 3.600Vp-p 11.8 1.760Vp-p 3.840Vp-p CN0004 CN0007 CN0002 – 136 –...
  • Page 116 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 BH BOARD VOLTAGE LIST Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] CN3001 CB BOARD VOLTAGE LIST Pin No. Voltage[v] CN9303 CN9309 CR BOARD VOLTAGE LIST Pin No. Voltage[v] CN9103 CG BOARD VOLTAGE LIST Pin No. Voltage[v] CN9204 CN9205 – 137 –...
  • Page 117: Printed Wiring Boards

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 6-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS [Power Supply, Tuner/Audio Amp., Heat Sink] – A Board – EY6113 C6012 EY6108 EY6109 EY6111 C6011 C6107 CN6012 EY6101 EY6100 EY6110 EY6112 JW6023 JW6024 CN6009 EY6062 CN6000 EY6045 EY6044 EY6068 C6123 C6015...
  • Page 118 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 [LVDS Receiver, DRC/MID, Heat Sink] – BH Board (SIDE A) – – BH Board (SIDE B) – R3482 A3401 C3412 IC3404 R3435 R3440 FL3003 IC3205 C3376 FL3100 FB3302 C3311 C3318 C3317 C3316 C3312 R3186 C3105 C3112...
  • Page 119 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 [Power Supply, Deflection/DQP, Heatsink] – D Board – R 5 6 3 6 Q 5 6 0 0 C 6 8 0 3 C 6 6 1 1 C 6 8 0 4 C 6 5 0 3...
  • Page 120 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 [B Output] [G Output] [R Output] [Photo Sensor Buffer] – CB Board – – CG Board – – CR Board – FB9301 FB9201 FB9101 CN9309 CN9310 CN9203 CN9210 CN9110 CN9204 CN9308 CN9209 CN9107 NL9301 NL9101 JW9304...
  • Page 121 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 [Output] [STBY Power] [Terminal/HP Jack] [Power Switch (Normal Screen] [IR Receiver] – DS Board – – HC1 Board – S1050 AC IN AC OUT 1-866-886-11 (1-726-018-11) AC OUT – HX Board – CN1001 1-866-887-11 (1-726-018-11) C1004 –...
  • Page 122 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 RM-GA001 [Receiver] [Teletext] [AV SW/Color Decorder] [Velocity Modulation] [Sensor] – HA1 Board – – T Board – R5846 R5822 1-866-690-11 R5843 CN1000 C5806 CN5802 (1-725-934-11) R5821 C5831 C5826 C1001 C5816 D1000 Q1001 C1000 1-866-884-11 C5802 (1-726-018-11) Q5811...
  • Page 123 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 [PF Micro/RGB Jungle] – MG Board – KEYWAKE CN0004 CN0008 C0343 PRE SP R AUDIO GND PRE SP L C0304 R0354 C0340 AUDIO C0331 PRE SP WF C0301 AUDIO GND C0330 C0329 C0307 C0317 R0301 ZERO DET C0327 C0316 3.3V...
  • Page 124: Semiconductors

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 6-7. SEMICONDUCTORS DIODE CATHODE CATHODE CATHODE ANODE CATHODE ANODE ANODE ANODE 1SS133T-77 D1NL20U D1NS4 DAP202K DTZ10B UDZ-TE-17-6.2B D1NL40-TA2 D1NL20U-TR D2L20U DTZ5.1B UDZ-TE-17-6.8B ERC04-06SE RB441Q-40T-77 MA111-TX UDZSTE-17-18B RD10ESB2 MMDL914T1 UDZSTE-1718B RD15ESB1 PDZ15B-115 RD5.6SB3 RD5.6SB-T1 UDZSTE-173.6B CATHODE ANODE (~) 2 –...
  • Page 125 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 ANODE CATHODE 2SA2005 2SC4634LS-CB11 2SD774-34 2SJ344(TE85) 2SK2842(LBS2SONY) TDA6120Q/N2/S1 S 2SC5511 2SC4634LS-YB11 INDEX TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW 5Pin CHIP 48Pin QFP 80Pin QFP TOP VIEW 40Pin QFP NJM2870F25-TE2 CXA2163AQ-T6 CXA2170Q CXA2188Q-T4 CXA2189Q-TL CXP961048-016Q NJM2870F33-(TE2) PST9129NL...
  • Page 126 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 STK394-510 TL1431CZ-AP – 153 –...
  • Page 127: Exploded Views

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 SECTION 7 EXPLODED VIEWS NOTE: Items with no part number and no Items marked " ∗ " are not stocked since • • The components identified by description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine they are seldom required for routine ser vice.
  • Page 128: Cabinet Block

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 7-2. CABINET BLOCK x : 7-685-663-71 SCREW +BVTP 4 × 16 TYPE2 IT-3 PICTURE TUBE BLOCK ASSY MAIN BLOCK ASSY REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK 4-378-522-01 SCREW, TAPPING, HEXAGON HEAD * 4-076-722-02 BRACKET, FP 1-825-352-21 LOUDSPEAKER (10CM)
  • Page 129 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 7-3. BEZNET AND MIRROR COVER BLOCK x : 7-685-663-71 SCREW +BVTP 4 × 16 TYPE2 IT-3 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK 2-649-646-01 PLATE (43L), DIFFUSION 2-649-647-01 PLATE (43F), DIFFUSION X-2059-435-1 BEZEL ASSY (43) * A-1122-851-A MOUNTED PWB, SR...
  • Page 130: Main Bracket And Picture Tube Block

    KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 7-4. MAIN BRACKET AND PICTURE TUBE BLOCK z : 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3 × 12 TYPE2 IT-3 x : 7-685-663-71 SCREW +BVTP 4 × 16 TYPE2 IT-3 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION...
  • Page 131: Electrical Parts List

    • MMH : mH, UH : µH when ordering these items. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK * A-1132-686-A COMPLETE PWB, A (KP-FR43M31) C2054 1-100-158-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1000PF 100V * A-1122-818-A COMPLETE PWB, A (KP-FR43M91) C2055...
  • Page 132 D6108 8-719-056-93 DIODE UDZ-TE-17-18B C6115 (KP-FR43M31) D6109 8-719-510-02 DIODE D1NS4 C6116 1-128-562-11 ELECT 47UF 20.00% 100V D6113 6-500-582-01 DIODE KBP153G-A2 (KP-FR43M31) C6116 (KP-FR43M31) D6114 6-500-567-21 DIODE 10ERB20-TB5 C6118 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01UF 10.00% 25V D6115 8-719-081-97 DIODE MMDL914T1 C6119 1-126-960-11 ELECT 20.00% 50V...
  • Page 133 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R2006 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2007 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W JR6211 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP JR6213 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R2008 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W JR6507 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP 0 (KP-FR43M31) R2009 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W – 160 –...
  • Page 134 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W <RELAY> R2098 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2103 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W RY6000! 1-755-395-11 RELAY (AC POWER) (KP-FR43M31) R2104 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP RY6000! 1-755-388-11 RELAY (AC POWER) (KP-FR43M91) R2109 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2110 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W <TRANSFORMER>...
  • Page 135 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 <VARISTOR> C9656 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10PF 0.50PF 50V...
  • Page 136 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 FB9612 1-414-445-11 FERRITE R9607 1-218-875-11 METAL CHIP 0.50%...
  • Page 137 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. AD BH REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK * A-1122-711-A COMPLETE PWB, BH R9684...
  • Page 138 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 C3155 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1UF 10.00% 16V C3353...
  • Page 139 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 <FILTER> R3104 1-216-805-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R3105 1-218-830-11 METAL CHIP 0.50%...
  • Page 140 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. BH CB REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK R3357 1-218-854-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W <CRYSTAL>...
  • Page 141 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. CB CG REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK <COIL> R9351 1-218-855-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 0.50%...
  • Page 142 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. CG CR REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK <JACK> * A-1122-830-A MOUNTED PWB, CR...
  • Page 143 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. CR D REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK <TRANSISTOR> C5019 1-162-966-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022UF 10.00% 50V...
  • Page 144 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 C6415 1-126-968-11 ELECT 100UF 20.00% 50V C8070 1-126-967-11...
  • Page 145 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 D6604 8-719-075-66 DIODE D5LC20U-4012 IC8002 6-705-810-01 IC MCZ3001DB...
  • Page 146 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 <PHOTO COUPLER> R5028 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R5029...
  • Page 147 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 R5580 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R6702 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 148 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. D DS REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK R8061 1-249-393-11 CARBON 1/4W * A-1122-790-A MOUNTED PWB (VAR), DS...
  • Page 149 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. DS G1 REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK <IC LINK> R9460 1-214-808-11 METAL 1/2W...
  • Page 150 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. HA1 HB1 REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK <RESISTOR> R1002 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W...
  • Page 151 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. HB1 HC1 HX MG REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK R1103 1-216-793-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 152 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 C0305 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP C0424 1-125-891-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47UF...
  • Page 153 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 D0009 8-719-081-97 DIODE MMDL914T1 JR1007 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP...
  • Page 154 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 Q0057 8-729-010-05 TRANSISTOR MSB709-RT1 R0021 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 155 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 R0098 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R0207 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 156 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 R0360 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R0480 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 157 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 * A-1122-851-A MOUNTED PWB, SR <IC> ****************** IC5801...
  • Page 158 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 * A-1122-823-A COMPLETE PWB, UG C1579 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1UF...
  • Page 159 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 <CONNECTOR> <JACK> * CN1501 1-564-526-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 11P...
  • Page 160 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 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 Q1713 8-729-010-25 TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1 R1569 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 161 KP-FR43M31/FR43M91 RM-GA001 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. UG VM REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK R1652 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W VD1536...
  • Page 162 8-729-424-02 TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX ****************************************** Q9011 8-729-045-05 TRANSISTOR 2SA2005 1-569-008-22 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (KP-FR43M91) Q9012 8-729-045-04 TRANSISTOR 2SC5511 2-638-297-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KP-FR43M31) 2-629-464-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KP-FR43M91) * 2-598-317-01 INDIVIDUAL CARTON <RESISTOR> * 2-598-318-01 CUSHION, UPPER R9001 1-249-381-11 CARBON 1/4W * 2-598-319-01...
  • Page 163 Oceania SCC-V43A-A KP-FR43M91 RM-GA001 SCC-V42A-A KP-FR43M91 RM-GA001 Saudi Arabia SCC-V48A-A SUBJECT : LOUDSPEAKER SUFFIX CHANGE REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK 1-825-352-31 LOUDSPEAKER (10cm) Sony Corporation Sony EMCS (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. English  9-872-831-04 Visual Products 2006.7 – 190 –...
  • Page 164: Operating Instructions

    • Avant de faire fonctionner cet appareil, lisez attentivement le présent mode d’ emploi et conservez-le pour toute référence ultérieure. Panduan Pengendalian • Sebelum mengendalikan unit, sila baca buku panduan ini dengan teliti dan simpan untuk rujukan masa depan. • • KP-FR43 KP-FR53 © 2005 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 166: Cleaning The Screen

    WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the projection TV to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the projection TV. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. For general safety: •...
  • Page 167 Using Your New Projection TV x Install the projection TV For the best picture quality, install the projection TV within the areas below. Optimum viewing area (Horizontal) KP-FR43 KP-FR53 60° 60° 60° 60° Optimum viewing area (Vertical) KP-FR43 KP-FR53 20° 20°...
  • Page 168 Table of Contents Using Your New Projection Menu Adjustment Introducing the WEGA GATE navigator ..........19 “Settings” Adjustment ...... 20 Installation Changing the “Picture” setting ..22 Getting Started ........6 Changing the “Sound” setting ..23 Setting up your projection TV Changing the “Wide Screen”...
  • Page 169: 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 projection TV. •...
  • Page 170: Setting Up Your Projection Tv ("initial Setup")

    x Setting up your projection TV (“Initial Setup”) When you turn on your projection TV for the first time, the “Initial Setup” menu will appear. You may change the menu language, preset the TV channels automatically, sort or edit the channels and adjust the convergence using the buttons on the remote control or projection TV front panel.
  • Page 171 continued d) If you wish to edit the channels, press Program Sorting/Edit PROG Label Skip to change to edit mode. Press b until the mode that you wish to edit is highlighted: Label, Skip, (block symbol). Then press Edit mode Select: Confirm: Exit:...
  • Page 172: Overview Of Controls

    Overview of Controls Projection TV front, inside the drop- down and rear panels Projection TV rear panel 120W MAX 8 WEGA GATE PROG (MONO) Inside the drop-down panel Projection TV front panel WEGA GATE L(MONO) PROG Button/Terminal Function Page Remote control sensor. –...
  • Page 173: Using The Remote Control And Basic Functions

    Using the remote control and basic functions Button Description Page VIDEO 1 ?/1 Turn off temporarily or – turn on the projection TV. WEGA THEATRE Display the TV program. – Select TV or video input. Stereo/bilingual operations Select stereo/bilingual mode. PROG INDEX PROG INDEX Display all preset TV programs.
  • Page 174 Button Description Page Select sound mode options. Select picture mode options. Select surround mode options. 0 – 9 Input numbers. – 2 +/– Adjust volume. – TWIN picture operations (KP-FR53M96 only) , V, v, B, b All buttons are used for Twin picture operations. Teletext operations (green label) All buttons are used for Teletext operations.
  • Page 175: 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 “Custom” option. Selecting the picture mode VIDEO Press to select the desired picture mode. WEGA THEATRE Select To view “Vivid”...
  • Page 176: Enjoying The Wega Theatre Mode With Center Speaker

    Notes • Be sure to place your projection TV and connected Sony equipment adjacent to each other so that you can control both the projection TV and the connected equipment by using the projection TV’s remote control at the same time (see page 18).
  • Page 177: Viewing Two Programs At The Same

    Viewing two programs at the same time KP-FR53M96 only With the Twin pictures feature, you can display two different TV program or video input at the same time. Press VIDEO display Twin pictures WEGA To cancel, press the button THEATRE again.
  • Page 178: Displaying Multiple Programs (kp-fr53m96 Only)

    Displaying multiple programs KP-FR53M96 only The Program Index feature displays all tuned TV programs scrolling on the screen for direct selection. Press PROG INDEX. VIDEO The current program is displayed on the left. WEGA THEATRE The first tuned program is displayed on the bottom right of the screen, then frozen.
  • Page 179: Enjoying Stereo Or Bilingual Programs

    Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual programs of NICAM and A2 stereo systems by using the A/B button. When receiving a NICAM program VIDEO Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound) WEGA THEATRE NICAM Mono NICAM (Regular sound) (Stereo sound) stereo...
  • Page 180: Viewing Teletext

    x Viewing Teletext Some TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext which allows you to receive various information, such as stock market reports and news. You can use the buttons on the remote to view Teletext. Do this VIDEO display a Teletext Press .
  • Page 181: Operating Optional Components

    Operating optional components You can use the supplied remote to operate Sony audio/video equipment. Setting up the remote to work with other connected equipment While keeping VIDEO ?/1 For example, to operate a pressed, press the corresponding Sony 8 mm VCR:...
  • Page 182: Menu Adjustment

    Menu Adjustment Introducing the WEGA GATE navigator WEGA GATE is a gateway that allows you access to preset TV channels, connected external inputs and “Settings” menu. WEGA GATE “TV” External Inputs watch the preset TV Settings channels (see page 7) Select: Confirm: Select:...
  • Page 183: Settings" Adjustment

    x “Settings” Adjustment You are able to change the settings of your projection TV from “Settings” in WEGA GATE menu. Press WEGA GATE button to display WEGA GATE menu. Press V or v to select “Settings” and press The following is an overview of the items that can be adjusted. ”Picture”...
  • Page 184 ”Channel Setup” (see page 26) Channel Setup “Auto Program” Auto Program Manual Program “Manual Program” TV System: B/G Program Sorting/Edit “Program”: “00” - “99” “TV System”: “B/G” “I” “D/K” “M” Select: Confirm: End: WEGA GATE “VHF Low”/“VHF High”/“UHF” “Fine”: “Auto” “Manual”...
  • Page 185: Changing The "picture" Setting

    “Game Mode” or “Twin” mode is turned “On”. The mode is not available for HD (high- denifition) and progressive input signals. • “Hue” can be adjusted for the NTSC color system only. • Reducing “Sharpness” can also reduce picture noise. The DRC-MF logo ( ) and “DRC-MF” are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Menu Adjustment...
  • Page 186: Changing The "sound" Setting

    x Changing the “Sound” setting The “Sound” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Sound Press V or v to select the “Sound” icon ( ), then press DRC-MF: Sound Mode: Dynamic Sound Adjustment Balance Intelligent Volume: Surround:...
  • Page 187: Changing The "wide Screen" Setting

    x Changing the “Wide Screen” setting The “Wide Screen” menu allows you to view the picture with optimal effect when receiving wide-mode (16:9) picture signal. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Press V or v to select the “Wide Screen” Wide Screen icon ( ), then press...
  • Page 188: Changing The "multi Picture" Setting (kp-fr53m96 Only)

    Changing the “Multi Picture” setting KP-FR53M96 only The “Multi Picture” menu allows you to view two pictures on the screen at the same time, swap the picture of twin screen and display Program Index. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Press V or v to select the “Multi Picture”...
  • Page 189: Changing The "channel Setup" Setting

    x Changing the “Channel Setup” setting The “Channel Setup” menu allows you to preset channels automatically, manually preset channels, select the TV system and sort or edit the channels. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Press V or v to select the “Channel Setup” Channel Setup icon ( ), then press...
  • Page 190: Presetting Channels Manually

    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 Fine: Auto (2) Press V or v until the program number you want Signal Booster: Auto Sensitivity:...
  • Page 191: Changing The "setup" Setting

    x Changing the “Setup” setting The “Setup” menu allows you to change the menu language, adjust the convergence, setup WEGA Theatre Mode, adjust suitable picture setting for video games, label the connected equipment, select the color system, reduce your projection TV power consumption, select the S video input mode and reset your projection TV to factory settings.
  • Page 192 “Video Label” label the connected equipment. (1) Press V or v to select the input you want to label, then press (2) Press V or v to select the label options: “Video 1”/“Video 2”/“Video 3”/“Video 4”/“HD/DVD 1”/“HD/DVD 2”, “VCR”, “SAT”, “Game” or “Edit”*, then press * You may edit the video label to your favorite name.
  • Page 193: Additional Information

    Additional Information x Connecting optional components Connecting to the video input terminal ( t ) Projection TV drop-down panel S Video cable (not supplied) L(MONO) Camcorder Audio/Video cable (not supplied) Projection TV rear panel 120W MAX 8 Antenna cable (not supplied) S Video cable (MONO) (not supplied)
  • Page 194 Connecting to the component video input terminal ( Projection TV rear panel 120W MAX 8 Component video cable (not supplied) DVD player (MONO) Audio cable (not supplied) Notes • The component video terminals on your DVD player are sometimes labeled Y/C or Y/B-Y/R-Y.
  • Page 195 continued Connecting an amplifier to the center speaker input terminal ( If you use an amplifier with a Dolby* surround decoder instead of the projection TV’s audio system, you can use the projection TV’s speakers as the center speaker for your audio system.
  • Page 196: Troubleshooting

    • Check the antenna cable and connection on the projection TV, VCR and at noisy sound the wall (see page 30). • Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. • Display the “Channel Setup” menu and select “Manual Program” to preset the channel again (see page 27).
  • Page 197 • Check the antenna cable and connection on the projection TV, VCR and at TV cannot receive the wall (see page 30). stereo broadcast • Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. sound. Stereo broadcast sound switches on and off or is distorted.
  • Page 198: Specifications

    Specifications KP-FR53M96 KP-FR43M91 Projection system 3 picture tubes, 3 lenses, horizontal inline system. Picture tube 7 inch high-brightness monochrome tubes (6.3 raster size), with optical coupling and liquid cooling system Projection lenses High performance, large-diameter hybrid lens F1.0 Screen size 53 inches 43 inches Television system...
  • Page 199 2-638-297-11 (1) Projection TV Operating Instructions • Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. KP-FR43 © 2005 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 201 WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the projection TV to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the projection TV. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. For general safety: •...
  • Page 202 Using Your New Projection TV x Install the projection TV For the best picture quality, install the projection TV within the areas below. Optimum viewing area (Horizontal) KP-FR43 KP-FR53 60° 60° 60° 60° Optimum viewing area (Vertical) KP-FR43 KP-FR53 20° 20°...
  • Page 203 Table of Contents Using Your New Projection Menu Adjustment Introducing the WEGA GATE navigator ..........17 “Settings” Adjustment ...... 18 Installation Changing the “Picture” setting ..20 Getting Started ........6 Changing the “Sound” setting ..21 Setting up your projection TV Changing the “Wide Screen”...
  • Page 204: 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 projection TV. •...
  • Page 205: Setting Up Your Projection Tv ("initial Setup")

    x Setting up your projection TV (“Initial Setup”) When you turn on your projection TV for the first time, the “Initial Setup” menu will appear. You may change the menu language, preset the TV channels automatically, sort or edit the channels and adjust the convergence using the buttons on the remote control or projection TV front panel.
  • Page 206 continued d) If you wish to edit the channels, press Program Sorting/Edit to change to edit mode. PROG Label Skip Press b until the mode that you wish to edit is highlighted: Label, Skip, (block symbol). Then press Edit mode Select: Confirm: Exit:...
  • Page 207: Overview Of Controls

    Overview of Controls Projection TV front, inside the drop- down and rear panels Projection TV rear panel 120W MAX 8 WEGA GATE PROG (MONO) Inside the drop-down panel Projection TV front panel WEGA GATE L(MONO) PROG Button/Terminal Function Page Remote control sensor. –...
  • Page 208: Using The Remote Control And Basic Functions

    Using the remote control and basic functions Button Description Page VIDEO 1 ?/1 Turn off temporarily or – turn on the projection TV. WEGA THEATRE Display the TV program. – Select TV or video input. Stereo/bilingual operations Select stereo/bilingual mode. PROG INDEX PROG INDEX Not function for your TV.
  • Page 209 Button Description Page Select sound mode options. Select picture mode options. Select surround mode options. 0 – 9 Input numbers. For program numbers 10 and – above, enter the second digit within two seconds. 2 +/– Adjust volume. – TWIN picture operations , V, v, B, b Not function for your TV.
  • Page 210: 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 “Custom” option. Selecting the picture mode VIDEO Press to select the desired picture mode. WEGA THEATRE Select To view “Vivid”...
  • Page 211: Enjoying The Wega Theatre Mode With Center Speaker

    Notes • Be sure to place your projection TV and connected Sony equipment adjacent to each other so that you can control both the projection TV and the connected equipment by using the projection TV’s remote control at the same time (see page 16).
  • Page 212: Enjoying Stereo Or Bilingual Programs

    Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual programs of NICAM and A2 stereo systems by using the A/B button. When receiving a NICAM program VIDEO Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound) WEGA THEATRE NICAM Mono NICAM (Regular sound) (Stereo sound) stereo...
  • Page 213: Viewing Teletext

    x Viewing Teletext Some TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext which allows you to receive various information, such as stock market reports and news. You can use the buttons on the remote to view Teletext. Do this VIDEO display a Teletext Press .
  • Page 214: Operating Optional Components

    Operating optional components You can use the supplied remote to operate Sony audio/video equipment. Setting up the remote to work with other connected equipment While keeping VIDEO ?/1 For example, to operate a pressed, press the corresponding Sony 8 mm VCR:...
  • Page 215: Menu Adjustment

    Menu Adjustment Introducing the WEGA GATE navigator WEGA GATE is a gateway that allows you access to preset TV channels, connected external inputs and “Settings” menu. WEGA GATE “TV” External Inputs watch the preset TV Settings channels (see page 7) Select: Confirm: Select:...
  • Page 216: Settings" Adjustment

    x “Settings” Adjustment You are able to change the settings of your projection TV from “Settings” in WEGA GATE menu. Press WEGA GATE button to display WEGA GATE menu. Press V or v to select “Settings” and press The following is an overview of the items that can be adjusted. ”Picture”...
  • Page 217 ”Setup” (see page 25) Setup “Language”: “English” “ ” (Chinese) “ ” (Arabic) Language: English Convergence “ ” (Thai) WEGA Theatre Setup Game Mode: “Convergence”: “Digital Quick Focus”, “Manual Adjust” Video Label Color System: Auto “WEGA Theatre Setup”: “Direct Input”, “Speaker” Eco Mode: Confirm: End:...
  • Page 218: Changing The "picture" Setting

    “Game Mode” or “Twin” mode is turned “On”. The mode is not available for HD (high- denifition) and progressive input signals. • “Hue” can be adjusted for the NTSC color system only. • Reducing “Sharpness” can also reduce picture noise. The DRC-MF logo ( ) and “DRC-MF” are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Menu Adjustment...
  • Page 219: Changing The "sound" Setting

    x Changing the “Sound” setting The “Sound” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Press V or v to select the “Sound” Sound icon ( ), then press DRC-MF: Sound Mode: Dynamic Sound Adjustment Balance Intelligent Volume: Surround:...
  • Page 220: Changing The "wide Screen" Setting

    x Changing the “Wide Screen” setting The “Wide Screen” menu allows you to view the picture with optimal effect when receiving wide-mode (16:9) picture signal. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Press V or v to select the “Wide Screen” Wide Screen icon ( ), then press...
  • Page 221: Changing The "channel Setup" Setting

    x Changing the “Channel Setup” setting The “Channel Setup” menu allows you to preset channels automatically, manually preset channels, select the TV system and sort or edit the channels. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. Press V or v to select the “Channel Setup” Channel Setup icon ( ), then press...
  • Page 222 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 Fine: Auto (2) Press V or v until the program number you want Signal Booster: Auto Sensitivity:...
  • Page 223: Changing The "setup" Setting

    x Changing the “Setup” setting The “Setup” menu allows you to change the menu language, adjust the convergence, setup WEGA Theatre Mode, adjust suitable picture setting for video games, label the connected equipment, select the color system, reduce your projection TV power consumption, select the S video input mode and reset your projection TV to factory settings.
  • Page 224 “Video Label” label the connected equipment. (1) Press V or v to select the input you want to label, then press (2) Press V or v to select the label options: “Video 1”/“Video 2”/“Video 3”/“Video 4”/“HD/DVD 1”/“HD/DVD 2”, “VCR”, “SAT”, “Game” or “Edit”*, then press * You may edit the video label to your favorite name.
  • Page 225: Additional Information

    Additional Information x Connecting optional components Connecting to the video input terminal ( t ) Projection TV drop-down panel S Video cable (not supplied) L(MONO) Camcorder Audio/Video cable (not supplied) Projection TV rear panel 120W MAX 8 Antenna cable (not supplied) S Video cable (MONO) (not supplied)
  • Page 226 continued Connecting to the component video input terminal ( Projection TV rear panel 120W MAX 8 Component video cable (not supplied) DVD player (MONO) Audio cable (not supplied) Notes • The component video terminals on your DVD player are sometimes labeled Y/C or Y/B-Y/R-Y.
  • Page 227 Connecting an amplifier to the center speaker input terminal ( If you use an amplifier with a Dolby* surround decoder instead of the projection TV’s audio system, you can use the projection TV’s speakers as the center speaker for your audio system.
  • Page 228: Troubleshooting

    • Check the antenna cable and connection on the projection TV, VCR and at noisy sound the wall (see page 27). • Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. • Display the “Channel Setup” menu and select “Manual Program” to preset the channel again (see page 24).
  • Page 229 • Check the antenna cable and connection on the projection TV, VCR and at TV cannot receive the wall (see page 27). stereo broadcast sound. • Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. Stereo broadcast sound switches on and off or is distorted.
  • Page 230: Specifications

    Specifications KP-FR43M31 Projection system 3 picture tubes, 3 lenses, horizontal inline system. Picture tube 7 inch high-brightness monochrome tubes (6.3 raster size), with optical coupling and liquid cooling system Projection lenses High performance, large-diameter hybrid lens F1.0 Screen size 43 inches...

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    my tv screen no on blanking red light wht problm