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There are some adjustment items that cannot be adjusted, depending on the input signal. The value changes depending on the color systems and input terminals. 2-4-1. When the Prism Block is Replaced 1. Perform the V COM adjustment. (Refer to Section 22. VCOM Adjustment.) 2. Write the GAMMA data of the prism block. 3. Perform the white balance adjustment. (Refer to Section 2-5. White Balance Adjustment.) If any board other than the C board is replaced, it needs no 1. Install the IC406 that was...

Leakage Test

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA. Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers' instructions to use these instruments. 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. 3. Measuring the voltage...

Table of Contents

Board 1-3. 1-3-1. Top Panel 1-3-2. H 1-3-3. C 1-3-4. Lens 1-3-5. Fan 1-3-6. D.C. Fan (60 mm) and D.C. Fan (70 1-3-7. Lamp 1-3-8. Optics Block 1-3-9. Prism Block 1-3-10. Incidence Polarizer (R), (G), 1-3-11. Side Panel Assembly-1 1-3-12. Side Panel Assembly-2 1-3-13. G 1-3-15. D.C. Fan (Sirocco For Lamp) 1-3-16. D.C. Fan (Sirocco) 1-3-17. Adjuster Block 1-4. Note on Power 2-1-2. Opt Unit 2-1-3. How to Enter the Factory 2-2. V COM 2-3. Initial Values of Adjustment Items 2-3...

Section 2 Electrical Adjustments

Preparation When installing the optical unit in this model, alignment of the gear tooth position is required. Perform the following 2-1-1. Required Equipment steps. NTSC, PAL, SECAM component signal generator Tektronix TG2000 + AVG1 (option module) + AWVG1 (option module) or equivalent VG (programmable video signal generator) VG854 or equivalent Allow the warm-up time of 5 minutes after the power is on before starting the following adjustments. 1. Let the VPL-CS7 ES2 show the ALL WHITE...

The Chassis Of This Receiver Is Directly Connected To The Ac Power Line

COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY A MARK ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS THAT ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS MANUAL. FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES WHENEVER CRITICAL COMPONENTS ARE REPLACED OR IMPROPER OPERATION IS SUSPECTED. AFIN D' VITER TOUT RISQUE D' LECTROCUTION PROVENANT...

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A-1078-662-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, L A-1603-156-B s SPEAKER ASSY 4-099-113-01 s FILTER E1 4-382-854-01 s SCREW PSW M3X8 EP-FE ZN CM2 4-099-122-01 s SCREW BV3X70 TYPE2,SPECIAL 101 1-468-803-11 s LAMP POWER SUPPLY 102 1-787-065-21 s D.C. FAN SIROCCO 104 1-787-079-11 s D.C. FAN SIROCCO 106 4-099-158-02 s HOUSE, LAMP VPL-CS7 4-099-158-11 s HOUSE, LAMP VPL-ES2 107 4-382-854-01 s SCREW PSW M3X8 EP-FE ZN CM2 7-685-547-19 s SCREW BTP 3X10 EP-FE ZNBK CM2

Cpu

Memory structure consists of the followings. The gamma memory is realized by giving offset to Contrast and Brightness output values to the devices in the gamma mode function. Flow of data is described briefly. When the power plug is connected to the wall outlet for the first time Standby state , all data that are stored in the internal ROM are written in the NVM non-volatile memory . When the POWER is turned ON, all the status memory data and other memory data that are required for the present...

Sony Vpl Es2 Prism Part

Sony Vpl Es2 Disassemble

2 Remove the fuse connector assembly. Open the side panel assembly in the direction of the arrow . 2 Remove the fuse connector assembly. Open the side panel assembly in the direction of the arrow . Remove the C board. Refer to 1-3-3. 1-3-6. D.C. Fan 60 mm and D.C. Fan 70 mm Remove the fan holder. Refer to 1-3-5. Remove the fan holder. Refer to 1-3-5. To remove the optics block assembly, remove the related parts beforehand. Remove the optics block assembly. Refer to 1-3-8. 1-3-10. Incidence...