Monday, November 10, 2014

AKIRA 21FBS1 - 21 Inch CRT TV - TROUBLESHOOTING


TROUBLESHOOTING & SMPS SCHEMATIC
NO PICTURE _ NO SOUND
  This failure is mainly caused by big-power circuit such as power supply, horizontal scanning, vertical scanning.
  The failure shows that the set does not display the picture but it has noise wave or blue background or OSD on the screen. This means that the circuits of power supply, horizontal scanning, vertical scanning and video amplification are normal and they are not considered in the repairing. The failures are mainly in the small signal processing circuits.
Before checking these circuits, a kind of practical test method is introduced. It is called “Signal input way ”. The detail is described as follow: We can use the resistance function of an analog multimeter, connect the red pole (negative in ohm scope) on the circuit board ground, then touch softly the test point with another pole (black pole) in ohm scope meanwhile observe the reactivity on the output device.
{In the TV test, we mainly observe the noise wave on the CRT and listen to the noise voice liking as “Ka…..Ka” from the loudspeakers.}
ONLY ONE VERTICAL LINE AT THE CENTRE OF THE SCREEN
   This is a dangerous failure. It probable causes flash-over and smoking inside the set.  Don’ t let your TV work for a long time as this failure appears. Because the electron beam can not move in the horizontal orientation, the failure should be in the horizontal deflection circuit. We mainly check the open-circuit fault in horizontal deflection circuit.
UOC DOES NOT WORK
In television, remote-control system is similar with the computer system. In theory, it can work if it holds two conditions as follow:
# The power supply: In general, it is 5V, the error is not above 10% and the disturbance pulse is as small as possible.
##  The clock pulse: In TMPA88XX circuit, the clock pulse is generated by pin6 /pin7 of N204 and 8M crystal oscillator.  Television’ s remote-control system also needs reset circuit that can preset the values in internal register. The circuit around pin6 of N204 is called auto-reset circuit. If UOC detects errors in resetting, it will come to the state of program protected.
NO OSD
This failure is usually cause by the circuit of character generated and located. Most of reasons are that the horizontal and vertical fly back pulse signals do not come to UOC.
POWER SUPPLY REGULATOR [SMPS] SECTION CIRCUIT

Saturday, November 08, 2014

SONY XBR-40LX900 - BLINKING CODES _ SELF DIAGNOSIS

SONY XBR-40LX900


LED Blinking codes & Self Diagnosis _ Sony XBR-40LX900 _ XBR-46LX900 _ XBR-52LX900 _ XBR-52LX900 _ XBR-52LX900
If an error occurs, the STANDBY LED will automatically begin to fl ash. The number of times the LED fl ashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the STANDBY LED fl ash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error symptom cannot be reproduced, the remote commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in memory to reveal past problems and how often these problems occur.
If the screen displays a “0”, no error has occurred.
VIEWING THE SELF CHECK DIAGNOSTIC LIST
For errors with symptoms such as “power sometimes shuts off” or “screen sometimes goes out” that cannot be con fi rmed, it is possible to
bring up past occurrences of a failure for confirmation on the Self Check diagnostic screen:
TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).
Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:
DISPLAY > CHANNEL-5 > VOLUME [ -- ] > POWER
CLEARING THE SELF CHECK DIAGNOSTIC LIST
Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic screen after you have completed the repairs to be sure you have cleared the result display to “0”.
To clear the Error history and Error count: Press the Channel 8 Channel 0 .
To clear the Panel operation time: Press the Channel 7 Channel 0 .
EXITING THE SELF CHECK DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN
To exit the Self Diagnostic screen; turn off the power to the TV by pressing the POWER button on the remote or the POWER button on the TV.


Monday, November 03, 2014

HOW TO PROGRAM AT-6400 Universal Remote Control (URC)


PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
This remote is initially programmed to only operate your set-top. You will need to set up the remote to operate your other devices using its TV, DVD, and
AUX modes. The TV key may be programmed to operate a standard or high-definition television (HDTV). The DVD key may be programmed to operate a DVD player. The AUX key may be programmed to operate a VCR, a receiver, an amplifier, or a Home Theater in a Box (HTIB) system. If the remote provides only limited functionality for a device, you can look for a code that provides more functionality. 
Note: You have the option to assign some remote keys to operate one device type only. For example, you may want to assign volume control to the TV only.  If this is the case, you can reprogram power, volume, and channel control using procedures found later in this guide.
Assigning a Device Code to a Mode Key
1. Refer to the code tables (by next post here) to locate the information for the device you want to program.
Note: If your device is not listed, you may be able to program the remote using the Auto-Search function.  Go to What If None of the Codes Work for
instructions.
2. Turn on the device that you want to assign to a mode key.
3. Press and hold the appropriate mode key (
TV,DVD, or AUX) on the remote, and then press and hold the OK key.
4. Release
both keys and the mode keys blink twice.
5. Enter the first 4-digit setup code for the device using the numeric keys (0-9) on the remote. The mode key blinks three times to indicate that the code entry was accepted.
Notes:
• When an invalid code is entered, the selected mode key displays a long flash to indicate that you have not entered the code correctly.
• Should the remote time-out before you complete the code setup, you must start over. This is indicated by one long flash of the red LED.
6. Point the remote at the device, and press
POWER to test the device.
7. Did the device power off?
• If
yes, write this code number in the table found in this guide. You may need it again if the device code is accidentally erased.
• If
no, repeat this procedure from step 3 using a different setup code.
Note: If none of the codes listed for your brand of device operate the device correctly, go to What If None of the Codes Work for instructions.
8. Repeat this procedure for each mode key you want to program.
What If None of the Codes
Work?
If none of the codes listed for your brand of device operate the device correctly, or if your device is not listed in the codes table, you can use the Auto-Search function to search through the code library for a valid code. This section provides procedures for using the Auto-Search function to search the code library for TV, DVD and AUX mode codes.
Note: Read the procedures in this section thoroughly before beginning. You need to be prepared to observe the behavior of the remote.
Auto-Search Features
Consider the following items when using Auto Search:
• The Auto-Search function begins searching from the first code.
• If a valid code is not found, the green backlight blinks twice and the remote returns to normal operation.
• If any other key is pressed except PLAY, ENTER, POWER, EXIT, REW, FF, or numeric keys 1 through 4 (when programming the AUX mode key), the
mode key displays a long red flash (error message) and the remote returns to normal operation.
• Should the remote time-out before you complete the Auto-Search function you must start over. This is indicated by one long flash of the red LED.
• If the device is not listed and the Auto-Search function is unable to find a usable code, you may need to use the original remote provided with the device.
Auto-Searching the Code Library for
TV or DVD Mode Codes
(Program Code 922)
Note:
This procedure only applies to TVs and DVDs.
1. Turn on the device you that you want to assign to the TV or DVD key.
2. Point the remote at the device.
3. Press and
while holding a selected mode key (TV or DVD), press the OK key. For example, to search for a TV code, press and hold TV and OK at the same time.
4. Release
both keys and all the mode keys blink twice.
5. Enter the programming code 922 by pressing the numeric keys on the remote. The mode key you selected in step 3 blinks twice to indicate a successful entry.
6. Point the remote toward the device, and press
PLAY.
7. Your device powers off when it finds the correct code. Then, choose one of the following options:
Save code and exit– Press the ENTER key on the remote to program the code in the remote and the mode key flashes three times indicating successful entry.
Step forward– Press the fast-forward (FF) key on the remote to step ahead through the codes one at a time. Then, return to step 6.
Step backward– Press the rewind (REW) key on the remote to step back through the codes one at a time. Then, return to step 6.
Exit without saving the code– Press the EXIT key on the remote. The selected mode key flashes three times and returns to normal operation.
Send the current code– Press the POWER key on the remote to send the current code. If the device turns back on, press the ENTER key. If the device does not turn on, return to step 6.
Continue with auto-search function: Press the PLAY key on the remote to continue with the auto-search function. Then, return to step 6.
Auto-Searching the Code Library for AUX Mode Codes (Program Code 922)
1. Turn on the device that you want to assign to the AUX key.
2. Point the remote at the device.
3. Press and
while holding the AUX key, press the OK key.
4. Release
both the AUX key and the OK key and all the mode keys blink twice.
5. Enter the programming code
922 by pressing the numeric keys on the remote. The AUX key blinks twice indicating a successful entry.
6. Press the
PLAY key, choose one of the following device categories and then, using the number keys on the remote, press its assigned number (1 – 4)
based on the following list:
1 = VCRs2 = Receiver/Tuners
3 = Amplifiers4 = HTIB
Note: The device categories are number-coded to provide a more direct programming method.
7. Point the remote toward the device, and press PLAY.
8. Your device powers off when it finds the correct code. Then, choose one of the following options:
Save code and exit – Press the ENTER key on the remote to program the code in the remote and the mode key flashes three times indicating successful entry.
Step forward– Press the fast-forward (FF) key on the remote to step ahead through the codes one at a time. Then, return to step 7.
Step backward– Press the rewind (REW) key on the remote to step back through the codes one at a time. Then, return to step 7.
Exit without saving the code– Press the EXIT key on the remote. The selected mode key flashes three times and returns to normal operation.
Send the current code– Press the POWER key on the remote to send the current code. If the device turns back on, press the ENTER key. If the device does not turn on, return to step 7.
Continue with auto-search function– Press the PLAY key on the remote to continue with the auto-search function. Then, return to step 7.
Reassign Mode Keys
you can reassign a mode key to operate a different device. For example, you can reassign the AUX key to operate a DVD player or a TV. If you reassign a
key, be sure you update the table found in this guide.
Reassigning Mode Keys
(Program Code 944)
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
2. Without releasing the
STB key, press and hold the OK key.
3. Release
both the keys and all mode keys flash twice.
4. Enter the programming code
9 4 4 by pressing the numeric keys on the remote. The STB mode key blinks twice indicating a successful entry.
5. Press and release the mode key associated with the type of device you want to control, and then press and release the mode key that you want to change.
The newly assigned mode key blinks one time indicating a successful entry.
Some common examples:
• To program the AUX key to operate your DVD player, press DVD and then AUX.
• To program the DVD key to operate your TV, press
TV and then DVD
Change Volume Control
By default, once the TV mode key is programmed with a valid code, the volume and mute buttons control your TV. These keys adjust the volume of your TV higher, lower, or temporarily switch the volume off (Mute), regardless of whether the remote is in STB, TV, DVD, or AUX mode.  If you prefer, you can choose to have the volume and mute buttons always control a different device rather than your TV, such as a home theater receiver. (See Controlling Volume for One Device below.) Note that you must first program one of the mode keys, such as AUX, with a valid code for that device. Alternatively, you can choose to have the volume and mute buttons control different devices when the remote is in different modes. For example, you might want to control the volume on your TV when in TV mode, but the volume on your home theater receiver when in AUX mode. (See Controlling Volume for Different Devices below.) Note that not all devices have volume controls, so if you choose this option, the volume and mute buttons may do nothing in some modes, such as STB and DVD.
Controlling Volume for One Device (Program Code 955)
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
2. Without releasing the
STB key, press and hold the OK key.
3. Release
both keys and all mode keys blink twice.
4. Enter the programming code
9 5 5 by pressing the number keys on the remote. The STB mode key blinks twice indicating a successful entry.
5. Press and release the mode key for the device you want the volume keys to control. For example, if you want to control volume through your TV, press and release
TV. The selected mode key blinks three times to indicate a successful entry.  The volume keys now control only one device whether you are in STB, TV, DVD, or AUX mode.
Controlling Volume for Different Devices (Program Code 955)
1. Complete steps 1 through 4 of the Controlling
Volume for One Device
procedure.
2. Press and release the
Enter key. The STB mode key blinks three times to indicate a successful entry.  After you press the Enter key, the volume keys control the device assigned to that mode. For example, in TV mode, the volume keys control volume for the TV only.
Notes:
• If any other key is pressed except the Mode keys and the ENTER key, the remote does not accept any changes or updates. The STB mode key displays a
long red flash and the remote returns to normal operation.
• If the remote times out before you complete programming volume control, the remote does not accept any changes. You must start over from step 1 of this procedure.
Change Channel Control
The remote is set by default to control channel selection on the set-top. You can also program channel control to control any of the TV, DVD, or AUX
mode devices provided the device allows for channel control assignment. Or, you can set the channel selection control programming to control channels (or
page up or down) for all of the devices programmed in the four mode keys. Otherwise, you can only control channels (or page up or down) on a specific
device, for example, the TV or DVD. 
Note: The channel control keys include CH/Page, Jump, and the numeric keys 0 through 9.
Controlling Channels for One Device (Program Code 966)
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
2. Without releasing the
STB key, press and hold the OK key.
3. Release
both keys and all mode keys blink twice.
4. Enter the programming code
9 6 6 by pressing the numeric keys on the remote. The STB mode key blinks twice to indicate a successful entry.
5. Press and release the mode key for the device you want the channel key to control. For example, if you want to control channels on your TV, press and
release
TV. The selected mode key blinks three times to indicate a successful entry The channel key now always controls the device associated with the mode you selected in this procedure, whether in STB, TV, DVD, or AUX mode.
Controlling Channels for Different Devices (Program Code 966)
1. Complete steps 1 through 4 of the Controlling Channels for One Device procedure.
2. Press and release the
Enter key. The STB mode key blinks three times to indicate a successful entry.
After you press the
Enter key, the channel key now controls the device associated with the mode key you select. For example, in TV mode, the channel key
controls the TV, but in STB mode, the channel key controls the set-top.
• If any other key is pressed except the Mode keys and the ENTER key, the remote does not accept any changes or updates. The STB mode key displays a long red flash and the remote returns to normal operation.
• If the remote times out before you complete programming channel selection control, the remote does not accept any changes. You must start over from step 1 of this procedure.
Change Power Control
The POWER key on the remote is set by default to control the power switch on one device at a time, in either mode (STB, TV, DVD, or AUX). When in STB
mode, the remote switches the set-top from OFF (standby mode) to ON, or from ON to OFF (standby mode). However, you can alternatively program the
POWER key to control the power switch on up to four devices at the same time, instead of controlling one device at a time. It is highly recommended that you set up the POWER key to turn on and off your set-top and your TV at the same time. Turning off the set-top saves electricity and extends the life of the box. When turned off, the set-top can
still record scheduled programs on its DVR and perform any other necessary functions.

Controlling Power for Multiple Devices at Once (Program Code 977)
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
2. Without releasing the
STB key, press and hold the OK key.
3. Release
both keys and all mode keys blink twice.
4. Enter the programming code
9 7 7 by pressing the numeric keys on the remote. The STB mode key blinks twice to indicate a successful entry.
5. For the first device, press the
STB key. The STB mode key blinks twice.
6. For the second device, press the applicable mode key (TV, DVD, or AUX). The selected mode key blinks twice.
7. Repeat step 6 for up to two more devices (total of four devices).
8. Press the
ENTER key to complete the power switch control programming. The last selected mode key blinks 3 times to indicate a successful entry.
Example: In an example scenario where you press only TV in steps 6 and 7, the POWER key controls both the set-top and the TV at the same time,
regardless of which mode the remote is in
(STB, TV, DVD, or AUX).
Controlling Power for One Device at a Time (Program Code 977)
1. Complete steps 1 through 4 of the Controlling Power for Multiple Devices at Once procedure.
2. Press the
ENTER key to complete the power switch control programming. The last selected mode key blinks 3 times to indicate a successful entry.
After you select a mode, the POWER key controls the device assigned to that mode. For example, in TV mode, the remote controls power for the TV only.
Notes:
• If any other key is pressed except the Mode keys and the ENTER key, the remote does not accept any changes or updates. The STB mode key displays a long red flash and the remote returns to normal operation.
• If the remote times out before you complete programming power switch control, the remote does not accept any changes. You must start over from
step 1 of this procedure.



TV and HDTV CODES - AT6400 ALL-Touch UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL


TV & HDTV CODE LIST
TV
Abex 1098
Admiral 1001, 1099
Advent 1005, 1053, 1110, 1113
Adventura 1100
Aiko 1015
Aiwa 1034
Akai 1002, 1427
Alleron 1044
Amtron 1036
Anam National 1003, 1036
AOC 1004, 1005
Apex1111, 1119, 1163, 1256
Audiovox 1036
Bang & Olufsen 1453
Belcor 1004
Bell & Howell 1001, 1045
Benq 1042
Bradford 1036
Broksonic 1114, 1121, 1382, 1383
Brokwood 1004
Candle 1004, 1007, 1100
Celebrity 1002
Citizen 1004, 1007, 1015, 1036, 1073, 1097, 1100
Colortyme 1004
Concerto 1004
Contec/Cony 1011, 1012, 1036
Craig 1036
Crosley 1000, 1053
Crown 1036, 1053
CTX 1257
Curtis Mathes 1000, 1004, 1014, 1045, 1073, 1097, 1385
CXC 1036
Cytron 1456
Daewoo 1004, 1005, 1013, 1015, 1016, 1097, 1106 1258 ,1362,1368, 1369
Daytron 1004, 1097
DiamondVision 1461
Dimensia 1000
Dumont 1160
Durabrand 1259
Dynatech 1004
Electroband 1002
Electrohome 1002, 1003, 1004,1018, 1021
Emerson 1004, 1011, 1013, 1025, 1028, 1031, 1033, 1036, 1044,1045, 1080, 1097, 1101, 1102, 1107, 1382, 1383
Envision 1004
Fisher 1043, 1045, 1047, 1103
Fujitsu 1044, 1029
Funai 1036, 1044, 1384
Futuretec 1036
Gateway 1038
GE 1000, 1003, 1004, 1008, 1021, 1048, 1049, 1063, 1068,1094, 1144, 1164, 1224, 1367, 1380, 1381, 1385, 1386
Gibralter 1160
Goldstar 1004, 1005, 1011, 1018, 1050, 1090, 1091, 1097, 1098,1400, 1401
Grunpy 1036, 1044
Hallmark 1004
Harley Davidson 1384
Harvard 1036
Hisense 1112
Hitachi 1004, 1011, 1012, 1051, 1052, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1087,1102, 1225, 1384
HP 1408
Ilo 1457
IMA 1036
Infinity 1053
Janeil 1100
JBL 1053
JC Penney 1000, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1012, 1021, 1048, 1049, 1058,1063, 1068, 1072, 1073, 1075, 1097, 1098
JCB 1002
Jensen 1004, 1232, 1285, 1314, 1376
JVC 1011, 1012, 1026, 1049, 1052, 1054, 1055, 1080, 1092,1117, 1131, 1235, 1288, 1299
Kawasho 1002, 1004
Kenwood 1004, 1018
Kloss Novabeam 1036, 1056, 1057, 1100
KTV 1036, 1097, 1101
LG 1005, 1396, 1397, 1398, 1399, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405
Lloyd’s 1384
Loewe 1053
Logik 1001
Luxman 1004
LXI 1000, 1004, 1045, 1053, 1058, 1068, 1075
Magnavox 1004, 1007, 1018, 1053, 1056, 1057, 1059, 1060, 1083,1110, 1147, 1228, 1260, 1300, 1301, 1302, 1321, 1326,1339, 1365, 1366, 1371, 1384, 1387
Magnin 1380
Majestic 1001
Marantz 1004, 1051, 1053
Media Center 1408
Megatron 1004, 1051
Memorex 1001, 1004, 1005, 1022, 1045
MGA 1004, 1005, 1018, 1021, 1047, 1061, 1062, 1380
Midland 1049, 1068, 1097, 1098, 1160
Minutz 1048
Mitsubishi 1004, 1005, 1018, 1021, 1047, 1061, 1062, 1081, 1381
Montgomery Ward 1001
Motorola 1003, 1099
MTC 1004, 1005, 1073
Multitech 1036
NAD 1004, 1058, 1075, 1085
NEC 1003, 1004, 1005
Net-TV 1040
Olevia 1420
Nikko 1004, 1015
Norcent 1217, 1320
NTC 1015
Onwa 1036
Optimus 1085
Optonica 1064, 1099
Orion 1023, 1033, 110, 1382, 1383
Panasonic 1003, 1010, 1049, 1053, 1096, 1123, 1152, 1231, 1289,1292, 1295, 1303, 1304, 1305, 1306, 1385
Penney 1380, 1385
Philco 1003, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1011, 1018, 1053, 1056, 1057,1059
Philips 1003, 1004, 1007, 1011, 1017, 1018, 1053, 1056, 1057,1059, 1060, 1063, 1110, 1126, 1129, 1148, 1155, 1238,1263, 1264, 1265, 1290, 1291, 1307, 1308, 1309, 1337,
1389
Philips Magnavox 1260, 1264, 1265, 1266
Pilot 1097
Pioneer 1004, 1085, 1102
Polaroid 1285, 1458
Portland 1004, 1005, 1015, 1097
Price Club 1073
Prima 1113
Prism 1049
Proscan 1000, 1008, 1068, 1108
Proton 1004,1011
Pulsar 1160

Pulser 1004
Quasar 1003, 1039, 1049, 1096, 1165, 1166, 1385
Radio Shack/ 1000, 1004, 1011, 1036, 1045, 1064, 1097, 1098, 1384
Realistic RCA 1000, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1008, 1018, 1049, 1065, 1066,1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1082, 1102, 1104, 1106,
1108, 1115, 1151, 1162, 1167, 1168, 1268, 1269, 1270,1271, 1310, 1355, 1359, 1361, 1370, 1373, 1379, 1380,1381, 1385, 1386
Runco 1160
Sampo 1004, 1097, 1098, 1120
Samsung 1004, 1005, 1011, 1014, 1018, 1019, 1072, 1073, 1074,1097, 1098, 1156, 1161, 1297, 1323, 1360, 1363, 1364
Sansui 1023, 1107, 1122, 1273, 1382, 1383, 1384
Sanyo 1045, 1062, 1095, 1103, 1380
Scotch 1004
Scott 1004, 1011, 1033, 1036, 1044
Sears 1000, 1004, 1012, 1018, 1044, 1045, 1047, 1055, 1058,1068, 1075, 1076, 1103, 1105, 1384
Sharp 1004, 1009, 1011, 1025, 1064, 1077, 1078, 1097, 1099,1153, 1157, 1274, 1298, 1311, 1312, 1362, 1375, 1378
Shogun 1004
Signature 1001
Simpson 1007
Sony 1002, 1109, 1137, 1201, 1202, 1249, 1272, 1275, 1276,1277, 1278, 1317, 1356, 1374, 1384, 1388
Soundesign 1004, 1007, 1036, 1044
Squareview 1105
SSS 1036
Starlite 1036
Supre-Macy 1100
Supreme 1002
Sylvania1004, 1007, 1018, 1027, 1153, 1056, 1057, 1059, 1060,1124, 1150, 1145, 1279, 1296, 1387, 1464
Symphonic 1024, 1031, 1036, 1105, 1280, 1384
Tandy 1099
Tashiko 1058
Tatung 1003
Technics 1049
Techwood 1004, 1049
Teknika1001, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1111, 1012, 1015, 1036, 1044,
1060, 1073, 1096, 1097
Tera 1004,1011
Thomas 1384
TMK 1004
Toshiba1006, 1045, 1058, 1073, 1175, 1079, 1093, 1116, 1154,1158, 1159, 1252, 1267, 1281, 1282, 1283, 1284, 1286,1293, 1294, 1313, 1315, 1319, 1338, 1364, 1377
Totevision 1097
Universal 1048, 1063
Victor 1055
Vidtech 1004,1005
Viking 1100
Wards1000, 1001, 1004, 1005, 1118, 1031, 1044, 1048, 1053,
1056, 1057, 1059, 1060, 1063, 1064
Westinghouse 1013
Yamaha1004, 1005, 1018
Zenith1001, 1089, 1118, 1125, 1161, 1287, 1357, 1382, 1383,1384
HDTV
Acer 1041,1192
Akai 1427,1432
Apex 1088
Astar 1434
Audiovox 1455
Axion 1459
Benq 1136
Coby 1460
Daewoo 1135
Dell1141, 1142, 1146, 1394, 1395, 1409
Element 1431
Emerson 1468
Emprex 1438
Epson 1422,1451
Fujitsu 1029
Gateway 1038, 1449
Hewlett Packard 1419, 1444, 1445, 1452
Hitachi1030, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1191, 1208, 1209, 1210, 1211,1212, 1226, 1322, 1324, 1328, 1344, 1447
HP1419, 1445, 1452
Ilo1412, 1435, 1436
InFocus 1450
Initial 1457
Insignia 1437
JVC1130, 1131, 1227
LG1343, 1346, 1396
Magnavox 1329, 1358, 1372, 1414
Maxent 1424
Mintek 1457
Mitsubishi 1032, 1213, 1229, 1230, 1448
NEC 1193,1423
NET-TV 1040
Olevia1406, 1418, 1421, 1462
Panasonic 1140, 1169, 1170, 1194, 1233, 1234, 1331, 1336, 1410,1417, 1442, 1466
Philips1126, 1129, 1236, 1237, 1239, 1261, 1334, 1351, 1390,1411
Pioneer1035, 1195, 1240, 1335, 1469, 1470
Polaroid1262, 1391, 1392, 1393, 1396, 1431, 1440
Proscan 1000
Protron 1430
Proview 1407
RCA1143, 1196, 1241, 1242
Sampo 1038,1243
Samsung 1019, 1171, 1172, 1173, 1174, 1175, 1197, 1198, 1199,1200, 1245, 1246, 1325, 1327, 1352, 1354, 1443
Sceptre 1467
Scott 1428
Sharp1138, 1176, 1177, 1214, 1244, 1247, 1248, 1348, 1350,1415, 1416
Sony1037, 1128, 1137, 1178, 1215, 1216, 1218, 1219, 1220,1221, 1250, 1251, 1316, 1318, 1330, 1347, 1413
SVA 1446
Sylvania 1046,1465
Syntax 1418
Syntax-Brillian 1418
Tatung 1426
Toshiba1127, 1179, 1203, 1204, 1222, 1223, 1332, 1340, 1341,1345, 1353
Trutech 1425
Viewsonic 1038, 1149, 1180, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1184, 1185, 1186,1187, 1188, 1189, 1190, 1205, 1206, 1441
Viore 1435
Vizio1429, 1433, 1439
Westinghouse 1454
Zenith1020, 1139, 1207, 1253, 1255, 1333, 1342, 1349


AT 6400 ALL-TOUCH REMOTE CONTROL - Set-up Code List for DVDs and AMPLIFIERS


SET-UP CODE LIST FOR DVDs & AMPs
DVD
Aiwa2026, 2131
Akai 2378
Amphion 2342
MediaWorks
AMW 2342
Apex2001, 2056, 2057, 2061, 2095, 2098, 2229, 2250, 2316,2322, 2330
Apex Digital 2261, 2262, 2263, 2266, 2269, 2291
Arrgo2325
Astar 2354
Audiovox 2132, 2373, 2388
Axion2379
Bang & Olufsen 2324, 2370
Blaupunkt 2136, 2322
Bose2122, 2130, 2215
Boss2336
Broksonic 2053, 2072, 2284
Cambridge 2395
SoundWorks
Cinevision 2152, 2195
Clarion 2100
Classic2101, 2391
Coby2380, 2387
Curtis 2387
CyberHome 2083, 2325
Cytron 2374
Daewoo 2058, 2062, 2137, 2138, 2190
Denon 2110, 2133, 2040, 2216, 2247, 2253, 2317
Desay 2344
DiamondVision 2382
Disney 2321
Durabrand 2326
Eclipse 2335
Emerson 2002, 2059, 2073, 2321, 2327, 2392
ESA 2327, 2394
Fisher 2112, 2134, 2255
Funai 2002, 2321, 2327
Gateway 2346
GE 2079, 2118, 2041, 2261, 2272, 2319, 2322
Go Video 2046, 2127, 2129, 2124, 2230, 2239, 2249, 2346
GPX 2114, 2390
Greenhill 2322
Grundig 2320
Harman Kardon 2125
Hitachi 2000, 2027, 2126, 2173, 2240
Ilo 2375
Initial 2322, 2381
Insignia 2327, 2369, 2394
Irradio 2149, 2150
JVC 2017, 2028, 2047, 2090, 2096, 2097, 2115, 2166, 2204,2206, 2217, 2218, 2232, 2242, 2265, 2277, 2283, 2359,2360, 2361, 2362, 2364, 2365, 2366, 2367
Kenwood 2142, 2148
KLH 2322
Konka 2029, 2030, 2376
Koss 2060, 2200
Lasonic 2081
Lenoxx 2326
LG 2297, 2303, 2339, 2352, 2363, 2368, 2371
Liteon 2346, 2353
Magnavox 2002, 2018, 2033, 2089, 2237, 2241, 2245, 2259, 2270,2293, 2318, 2320, 2321, 2327
Marantz 2143, 2320
Memorex 2003
Mintek 2004, 2322, 2381
Mitsubishi 2019, 2123, 2145, 2147
NAD 2059, 2139
Nakamichi 2116
Nesa 2322
Nexxtech 2140, 2256, 2328
Norcent 2005, 2117
Onkyo 2006, 2219, 2220, 2318
Oppo 2323
Oritron 2009
Panasonic 2031, 2066, 2075, 2076, 2104, 2105, 2106, 2111, 2167,2179, 2188, 2198, 2207, 2211, 2212, 2221, 2228, 2248,2151, 2153, 2154, 2155, 2258, 2268, 2300, 2318, 2384,
2385, 2386, 2398, 2399
Philips 2018, 2032, 2033, 2045, 2051, 2091, 2109, 2156, 2157,2158, 2159, 2169, 2208, 2209, 2222, 2243, 2259, 2260,2264, 2282, 2285, 2302, 2304, 2318, 2320, 2321, 2404
Pioneer 2008, 2021, 2160, 2164, 2191, 2223, 2224, 2267, 2310,2337, 2400
Polaroid 2007, 2377, 2409
Polk Audio 2320
Presidian 2321
Proscan 2010, 2118, 2144, 2205, 2319
Qwestar 2009
RCA 2010, 2048, 2055, 2063, 2077, 2099, 2107, 2118, 2161,2165, 2172, 2177, 2181, 2261, 2275, 2281, 2287, 2289,2319, 2322, 2331
Sampo 2119
Samsung 2012, 2049, 2074, 2085, 2102, 2175, 2186, 2196, 2214,2233, 2246, 2274, 2279, 2286, 2290, 2294, 2295, 2299,2311, 2314, 2333, 2340, 2347, 2351
Sansui 2071
Sanyo 2034, 2050, 2120, 2393
Sensory Science 2345
Sharp 2013, 2015, 2044, 2082, 2086, 2170, 2174, 2292, 2321,2396
Sherwood 2121, 2397
Sony 2014, 2020, 2022, 2065, 2067, 2068, 2069, 2070, 2087,2103, 2108, 2113, 2162, 2171, 2176, 2178, 2182, 2187,2189, 2192, 2193, 2201, 2202, 2203, 2226, 2238, 2244,2251, 2257, 2273, 2278, 2280, 2288, 2296, 2298, 2305,2306, 2307, 2309, 2313, 2315, 2329, 2332, 2338, 2355,2356, 2357, 2405, 2406, 2407
Sungale 2343

Sylvania 2002, 2064, 2078, 2092, 2194, 2213, 2321, 2327, 2408
Symphonic 2321
Techwood 2141
TiVo 3074, 3244, 3245, 3246, 3249, 3250
Toshiba 2023, 2025, 2037, 2038, 2040, 2041, 2054, 2080, 2084,2088, 2093, 2094, 2168, 2180, 2183, 2184, 2185, 2197,2210, 2227, 2231, 2235, 2259, 2271, 2276, 2284, 2301,2318, 2334, 2341
Toshiba 2135, 2312, 2348, 2349, 2350, 2358, 2401, 2402, 2403
Trutech 2345
Urban Concepts 2318
Venturer 2011
Westinghouse 2372
Xbox 2319
Yamaha 2106, 2146, 2163, 2320, 2389
Zenith 2039, 2052, 2128, 2199, 2234, 2236, 2252, 2308, 2318
Amplifier
Adcom 6055
Aiwa 6003, 6020
Carver 6002
Citizen 6026
Curtis Mathes 6046
Denon 6014, 6039, 6057
Fisher 6002
GE 6028, 6045
Goldstar 6016, 6021
Harman Kardon 6013, 6047
Hitachi 6034
JBL 6050
JVC 6018, 6024, 6041
Kenwood 6015, 6022
Left Coast 6047
Magnavox 6035
Marantz 6000, 6047, 6058
Nakamichi 6012
NEC 6033, 6048
Onkyo 6005, 6006, 6017, 6054, 6056
Optimus 6008, 6046
Panasonic 6001, 6040
Parasound 6059
Philips 6047
Pioneer 6004, 6009, 6010, 6023, 6036, 6046, 6051
Polk Audio 6047
Proton 6035
Quasar 6001
RCA 6025, 6046
Sharp 6029, 6030, 6031, 6032
Sherwood 6011
Shure 6048
Sony 6020, 6042, 6044, 6049
Soundesign 6045
Teac 6019
Technic 6001
Technics 6001, 6040
Toshiba 6027
Victor 6024
Wards 6045
Yamaha 6007, 6037, 6038, 6043, 6052, 6053
Receiver/Tuner
ADC 5144
Aiwa 5000, 5001, 5002, 5004, 5005, 5006, 5034, 5143
Akai 5083
Audiotronic 5145
Audiovox 5152
Bang & Olufsen 5151
Bose 5007
Capetronic 5144
Carver 5000, 5143 ,5145
Denon 5008, 5035, 5036, 5037, 5038, 5039, 5040, 5041, 5042,5043, 5044, 5045, 5046, 5047, 5048, 5049, 5050, 5051,5052, 5053, 5054, 5114, 5124
Eclipse 5149
Gradiente 5153
Harman Kardon 5000, 5009, 5055, 5056, 5142, 5143
JBL 5009
JVC 5010, 5057, 5058, 5059, 5116
Kenwood 5011, 5012, 5013, 5060, 5061, 5062, 5063, 5064, 5065,5066, 5067, 5068, 5123, 5127, 5128, 5132, 5148
Linn 5000, 5143
Magnavox 5000, 5143, 5144, 5145
Marantz 5000, 5069, 5143, 5145
Mitsubishi 5070, 5071, 5072
Onkyo 5018, 5073, 5074, 5075, 5076, 5077, 5078, 5079, 5080,5081, 5082, 5084, 5085, 5086, 5087, 5130, 5131, 5140
Optimus 5144
Panasonic 5019, 5020, 5107, 5108, 5109, 5110, 5111, 5115, 5126
Philips 5000, 5112, 5138, 5143, 5145, 5154
Pioneer 5021, 5022, 5088, 5089, 5090, 5091, 5092, 5093, 5094,5119, 5120, 5144, 5147
Polaroid 5141
Polk Audio 5143
RCA 5024, 5025, 5026, 5137, 5144
Rotel 5150
Samsung 5139
Sansui 5000, 5143
Sherwood 5027
Sony 5017, 5023, 5028, 5029, 5030, 5031, 5032, 5033, 5095,5096, 5097, 5113, 5117, 5121, 5125, 5129, 5133, 5134,5136, 5146
Technics 5016, 5019, 5020, 5098, 5099, 5100, 5101, 5115, 5122,5126
Thorens 5145
Wards 5000, 5021, 5143
Yamaha 5003, 5014, 5015, 5021, 5102, 5103, 5104, 5105, 5106,5118, 5135

Saturday, November 01, 2014

ERROR CODES and LED BLINKING CODES - PHILIPS 32PFL5604 - LCD TV


SERVICE MODE _ ERROR CODES_LED BLINKING CODES_SOFTWARE UPDATE
Service Default Mode ( SDM)
Purpose
To start the blinking LED procedure where only layer 2 errors are displayed.
How to Activate SDM
Use the standard RC-transmitter and key in the code “0 6 2 5 9 6”, directly followed by the “MENU/HOME” button. After activating this mode, “SDM” will appear in the upper right corner of the screen (when a picture is available).
How to Navigate
When the “MENU” (or HOME) button is pressed on the RC transmitter, the set will toggle between the SDM and the normal user menu (with the SDM mode still active in the background).
How to Exit SDM
Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
Service Alignment Mode ( SAM)
Purpose
• To perform (software) alignments.
• To change option settings.
• To easily identify the used software version.
• To view operation hours.
• To display (or clear) the error code buffer.
How to Activate SAM
Via a standard RC transmitter: key in the code “0 6 2 5 9 6” directly followed by the “ i/ NFO” button.
Contents of SAM 
• Syst. Info. Giving overview of: – Op. Hours. During the life time cycle of the TV, a life time is kept. It counts the normal operation hours, not the Stand-by hours. The actual value of the life timer is displayed in SAM in decimal value. For every two startups the counter increases by one. Min. 5 digits are displayed in decimal digits. In detail:
• Every 2x cold start-ups, to display a picture, increases the counter by 1 (i.e. interrupt the mains supply 2x while the set is ON).
• Every 2x warm start-ups (from Stand-by), to display a picture, increases the counter by 1.
• Every hour of normal operating increases the counter by 1 (i.e. if a set is continue ON for 2 hours, then increase the counter by 2).
• Stand-by hours are NOT counted.
Main SW ID. > Displays the loaded main SW version.
Error Clear Codes. When “arrow right” is pressed and then the “OK” button is pressed, the error buffer is reset.
• Options. Choosing the CTN will set the options, see also
• RGB Align. This will activate the alignments sub-menu.
• NVM Editor. This will give the opportunity to directly change values in the NVM by selecting the address and value. Use decimal values.
NVM Copy. For easy transfer of NVM settings
– Copy to USB. To upload several settings from the TV to an USB stick. See 5-1 USB Copy content. To upload the settings, press “arrow right” (or the “OK button), confirm with “OK” and wait until “OK” appears. Now the settings are stored onto the USB stick can be used to download to another TV or other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the software is running and if a picture is available. This method is created to be able to save the customer’s TV settings and to store them into another SSB.
– Copy from USB. To download several settings from the USB stick to the TV. Same way of working as with uploading. To make sure that the download of the channel list from USB to the TV is execute properly, it is necessary to restart the TV and tune to a valid preset if necessary.
Tuner. This will activate the alignments sub-menu.
Tuner AGC (RF AGC Take Over Point Adjustment)
• Auto ADC. This will activate the alignments sub-menu.
How to Navigate
• In SAM, the menu items can be selected with the “Arrow up/down” key on the RC-transmitter. The selected item will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the screen, move the “Arrow up/down” key to display the next/previous menu items.
• With the “Arrow Left/Right” keys, it is possible to:
– (De) activate the selected menu item.
– (De) activate the selected sub menu.
• With the “OK” key, it is possible to activate the selected action.
• With the “Menu/Home” key, it is possible to go back to the previous selection.
How to Exit SAM
Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
Error Codes
The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from top to bottom (or left to right), new errors are logged at the top/left side, and all other errors shift one position to the bottom/right.  When an error occurs, it is added to the list of errors, provided the list is not full. When the error buffer is full, then the new error is not added, and the error buffer stays intact (history is maintained).  To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the error is removed from the list after more than 50 hrs. of operation/
There is a simple blinking LED procedure for board level repair (home repair) the so called LAYER 1 errors, next to the existing errors which are LAYER 2 errors:
• LAYER 1 errors are one digit errors
• LAYER 2 errors are two digit errors.
When is LAYER 1 or 2 available:
• In CSM mode: When entering CSM: error LAYER 1 will be displayed by blinking LED. Only the latest error is shown.
• In SDM mode: When SDM is entered via Remote Control code, LAYER 2 is displayed via blinking LED.
Error display on screen:
• In CSM, no error codes are displayed on screen.
• In SAM, the complete error list is shown.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In some situations, an error code is only the result of another error code and not the actual cause (e.g. a fault in the protection detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).  In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before starting to repair (before clearing the buffer, write down the content, as this history can give significant information). This is to ensure that old error codes are no longer present.
How to Read the Error Buffer
Use one of the following methods:
• On screen via SAM (only when a picture is visible). E.g.:
– 000 000 000 000 000: No errors detected
– 017 000 000 000 000: Error code 17 is the last and only detected error.
– 015 017 000 000 000: Error code 17 was first detected and error code 15 is the last detected error.
• Via the Blinking LED procedure.
• Via ComPair.
How to Clear the Error Buffer
Use one of the following methods:
• By activation of the “Clear Codes” command in the SAM menu.
• With a normal RC, key in sequence “062599” followed by “OK”
Take notice that some errors need several minutes before they start blinking or before they will be logged. So in case of problems wait 2 minutes from start-up onwards, and then check if the front LED is blinking or if an error is logged.
The Blinking LED Procedure (LAYER-2 codes)
The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors.  Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over time, an error buffer is available that is capable of storing the last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not working properly.  Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure.  The method is to repeatedly let the LED pulse with as many pulses as the error code number, followed by a time period of 1.5 seconds in which the LED is “off”. Then this sequence is repeated.
E.g. error code 4 will result in four times the sequence LED “on” for 0.25 seconds / LED “off” for 0.25 seconds. After this sequence the LED will be “off” for 1.5 seconds. Any RC command terminates this sequence.
Displaying the entire error buffer
The entire error buffer can be displayed when service mode “SDM” is entered (by remote control command 062596 >MENU). When in protection, this sequence will not work, but than LAYER-1 error code should suffice.  In order to avoid confusion with RC signal reception blinking, this blinking procedure is terminated when a RC command is received.
How to Activate
Use one of the following methods
• Activate the CSM. The blinking front LED will show only the latest LAYER-1 error.
• Activate the SDM. The blinking front LED will show the entire contents of the LAYER-2 error buffer.