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PHILIPS 70TA4417/03
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Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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PAL-BG, PAL-DK, PAL-I, PAL-M, PAL-N, NTSC-M, NTSC-443, SECAM-BG, SECAMDK, FRANCE: These are all supported signals. By means of these setting display setting can be adjusted according to country transmission systems. SYS-FR: Setting one of these bit enables the selection of the corresponding system. SYS-UK: Setting one of these bit enables the selection of the corresponding system. *AV2, AV-S, AV3, AV3S: Some external interfaces supported but beware of hardware necessaries. Itâs better the keep this bits default values *Jr: When set, stereo volume control via PWM-DAC's are enabled HP: Reserved, not used (in options) *Vbar: When set, a volume bar appears at the bottom of the screen when the volume is changed and no menu or teletext is on. SubWoof: *Presets: Lock: Hotel: Reserved, not used When set, 5 separate presets for sound and video are present. When clear, only 1 preset for sound and video is available. Reserved, not used To make the TV suitable in hotel/hospital use. In this mode some restrictions are occurs in menus. So hotel subscriber or user cannot use auto programme, volume restriction etc. (Hotel Mode) Tube format is hardware depended bit. If your tube format is 16:9 then this bit should be set but this TV set designed in 4:3 tube. This bit is also hardware depended bit. If your tube is 1100 then this bit should be set but this TV set designed in 900 tubes. When set, the polarity of the horizontal sync for OSD is expected negative going. When clear positive going. *Vpol: When set, the polarity of the vertical sync for OSD is expected negative going. When clear positive going. *Field: When set, the vertical sync for OSD is in the second half line at the start of an even field. When clear, Vsync is in the first half line. *FEOut: If this bit set FE signal (CVBS) available at ext even not switched to AV source. Otherwise this signal available only after ext mode switching. (internal CVBS signal) Swon: When set, last switch off status is used for switching on. *VGCheck: When set vertical guard fails and service mode is not active, the OSD is not updated. *Clock: Enable/Disable Clock *AM/PM: Only valid in combination with option âClockâ. When set, the Clock is defined as a 12-hour (AM/PM) clock, when clear a 24-hour clock is used. *AVL: When set, automatic volume levelling is enabled. 1norma: Reserved, not used *FLOF-TXT: Toggle between the flof teletext on/off. When set, the teletext flof is on. *TR: When set, sound cannot be muted in weak signals UOC-J: Reserved, not used *IgnrSUP: When set, ignore the status of SUP at power on, generally IC checks the 8V supply voltage. *IgnrNDF: When set, Ignore the status of NDF at power on, IC always controls the vertical guard but this properties closes it at power on. TXT on: When set, teletext mode is available. SYS-DK: Setting one of these bit enables the selection of the corresponding system. WSS: When set, automatic picture mode switching is enabled according to transmission. *It is better to keep these bits at default values for this set. *Hpol:

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