It is a bit unclear whether this is the "user manual" or the "service manual", the latter which may have only been used service people, but nevertheless, why would it go through the specifics of the SCART connector, naming the purpose of each pin?
Yes, it goes through all the internal of the TV in insane detail, but the SCART connector is not something invented for this TV or by this company (JVC). It's just a standard, external interface.
For me, all these years later, it was interesting to read about, but what purpose could it have for anyone using or repairing the TV? SCART is SCART. It's just a connector, which doesn't change between TVs... right? Or have I misunderstood something? Were there many different "versions" of SCART or something? That seems like it would defeat the purpose of having a standard like that.