2. Product Specifications
3. Disassembly & Reassembly
4. Alignment & Adjustments
6. Exploded View & Parts List
7. Electrical Parts List
8. Block Diagram
9. Wiring Diagram
10. Schematic Diagrams
For continued safety, do not attempt to modify the
2. Disconnect the AC power before servicing.
3. When the chassis is operating, semiconductor
heatsinks are potential shock hazards.
1-1-1 Servicing the High Voltage and CRT :
WARNING: A high voltage adjusted to the wrong
value may cause excessive X-ray
1. When servicing the high voltage system, remove
the static charge by connecting a 10 kohm resistor
in series with an insulated wire (such as a test
probe) between the chassis and the anode lead.
2. When troubleshooting a monitor with excess HV,
avoid being unnecessarily close to the monitor. Do
not operate the monitor for longer than is necessary
to locate the cause of excessive voltage.
3. High voltage should always be kept at the rated
value (not higher). Only when high voltage is
excessive are X-rays capable of penetrating the shell
of the CRT, including the lead in glass material.
Operation at high voltages may also cause failure of
the CRT or high voltage circuitry.
4. When the HV regulator is operating properly, there
is no possibility of an X-ray problem. Make sure the
HV does not exceed its specified value and that it is
The CRT is especially designed to prohibit
X-ray emissions. To ensure continued X-ray
protection, replace the CRT only with one that is
the same or equivalent type as the original.
6. Handle the CRT only when wearing shatterproof
goggles and after completely discharging the high
7. Do not lift the CRT by the neck.
Fire and Shock Hazard
Before returning the monitor to the user, perform the
following safety checks:
Inspect each lead dres