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Training Manual

42PW350 Pl Plasma Display Di l

Advanced Single Scan Troubleshooting 42" Class HD 720p Plasma TV (41.6" diagonally)

Published June 17th, 2011 P bli h d J Updated September 06th, 2011 See last page for update information

TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED
Preliminary: Contact Information, Preliminary Matters, Specifications, , y , p , Plasma Overview, General Troubleshooting Steps, Disassembly Instructions, Voltage and Signal Distribution Troubleshooting: Circuit Board Operation, Troubleshooting and Alignment of : Switch Mode Power Supply Only RL_ON and M_On commands to SMPS Y-SUS Board Delivers Y-Scan, Logic Signals and FG5V to Y-Drive board.
There is no VSC adjustment on this Y-SUS board. The Y-SUS receives VS, M5V from the Z-SUS.

Y-Drive Board Z SUS Board Also uses one Z SUB board for bottom panel connector Z-SUS Z-SUB connector. Control Board Main Board
sheet. Interconnect Diagram: 11X17 Foldout Section used as a quick reference sheet Routes VA to the Z-SUB then to the bottom right X-Board. Routes VS, M5V to the Y-SUS.

2 X Drive Boards (Left and Right)

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Overview of Topics to be Discussed

42PW350 Plasma Display


The first section will cover Contact Information and Important Safety Precautions for the Customers Safety as well as the Technician and the Equipment. y q p Basic Troubleshooting Techniques which can save time and money sometimes can be overlooked. These techniques will also be presented.

The next section will get the Technician familiar with the Disassembly, Identification and Layout of the Plasma Display Panel. y y At the end of this Section the Technician should be able to Identify the Circuit Boards and have the ability and knowledge necessary to safely remove and replace any Circuit Board or Assembly.

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LG Contact Information
Customer Service (and Part Sales) (800) 243-0000 Technical Support (and Part Sales) (800) 847-7597 USA Website (GSFS) Customer Service Website Knowledgebase Website LG Web Training LG CS Learning Academy http://gsfs-america.lge.com p g http://www.us.lgservice.com http://lgtechassist.com https://lge.webex.com http://ln.lge.com/ilearn
User Name/Password required
New: 2010/11 Wireless Ready Models Software Downloads Presentations with Audio/Video and Screen Notations

http://136.166.4.200
Use http://LGLearn.com No User Name/Password

Training M T i i Manuals, S h l Schematics with N i ti ti ith Navigational B k l Bookmarks, St t U S k Start-Up Sequence, O Owners G id Guides, Interconnect Diagrams, Dimensions, Connector IDs, Product Pictures and Features. Also available on the Plasma Page: PDP Panel Alignment Handbook, Plasma Control Board ROM Update (Jig required) Pl C t lB d U d t (Ji i d)

Published June 2011 by LG Technical Support and Training LG Electronics Alabama Inc Alabama, Inc. 201 James Record Road, Huntsville, AL, 35813.

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Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print) Page 1 of 2

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE


The information in this training manual is intended for use by persons possessing an adequate background in electrical equipment, electronic devices, and mechanical systems. In any attempt to repair a major Product, personal injury and property damage can result The manufacturer or Product result. seller maintains no liability for the interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in conjunction with its use. When servicing this product, under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without permission from LG Electronics. Unauthorized modifications will not only void the warranty but may lead to property damage or user injury warranty, injury. If wires, screws, clips, straps, nuts, or washers used to complete a ground path are removed for service, they must be returned to their original positions and properly fastened.

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury, disconnect the power before servicing this product. If electrical power is required for diagnosis or test purposes, disconnect the power immediately after performing the necessary checks Also be aware that many household products present a weight hazard checks. hazard. At least two people should be involved in the installation or servicing of such devices. Failure to consider the weight of an product could result in physical injury.

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Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print) Page 2 of 2 ESD (Electrostatic Static Discharge)
Todays sophisticated electronics are electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive. ESD can weaken or damage the electronics in a manner that renders them inoperative or reduces the time until their next failure. Connect an ESD wrist strap to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. Alternatively, you can touch your finger repeatedly to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. Before removing a replacement part from its package, touch the anti static bag to a ground connection point or anti-static unpainted metal in the product. Handle the electronic control assembly by its edges only. When repackaging a failed electronic control assembly in an anti-static bag, observe these same precautions.

Regulatory Information l f
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to g provide reasonable p protection against harmful g Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to p interference when the equipment is operated in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on the user is reception, on, encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than that to which the receiver is connected; or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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Safety and Handling, Checking Points


Safety & Handling Regulations
1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Approximately 10 minute pre-run time is required before any adjustments are performed. Refer to the Voltage Sticker inside the Panel when making adjustments on the Power Supply, Y-SUS and Z-SUS Boards. Always adjust to the specified voltage level (+/- volt) unless otherwise specified. Be cautious of electric shock from the PDP module since the PDP module uses high voltage, check that the Power S f f Supply and Drive Circuits are completely discharged because of residual current stored before Circuit Board removal. C-MOS circuits are used extensively for processing the Drive Signals and should be protected from static electricity. The PDP Module must be carried by two people. Always carry vertical NOT horizontal. The Plasma television should be transported vertically NOT horizontally. Exercise care when making voltage and waveform checks to prevent costly short circuits from damaging the unit. Be cautious of lost screws and other metal objects to prevent a possible short in the circuitry. New Panels and Frames are much thinner than previous models. Be Careful with flexing these panels. Be careful p g p with lifting Panels from a horizontal position. Damage to the Frame mounts or panel can occur.

10. New Plasma models have much thinner cabinet assemblies and mounts. Be extremely careful when moving the set around as damage can occur.

Checking Points to be Considered


1. Check the appearance of the Replacement Panel and Circuit Boards for both physical damage and part number accuracy. 2. Check the model label. Verify model names and board model matches. 3. Check details of defective condition and history. Example: Y-SUS or Y-Drive Board Failure, Mal-discharge on screen, etc.

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Basic Troubleshooting Steps


Define, Localize, Isolate and Correct Define Look at the symptom carefully and determine what circuits could be causing the failure. Use your senses Sight, Smell, Touch and Hearing. Look for burned parts and check for possible overheated components. Capacitors will sometimes leak dielectric material and p p p give off a distinct odor. Frequency of power supplies will change with the load, or listen for relay closing etc. Observation of the front Power LEDs may give some clues. Localize After carefully checking the symptom and determining the circuits to be checked y g y p g and after giving a thorough examination using your senses the first check should always be the DC Supply Voltages to those circuits under test. Always confirm the supplies are not only the proper level but be sure they are noise free. If the supplies are missing check the resistance for possible short circuits. p Isolate To further isolate the failure, check for the proper waveforms with the Oscilloscope to make a final determination of the failure. Look for correct Amplitude Phasing and Timing of the signals also check for the p p Duty Cycle of the signals. Sometimes g g proper y y g glitches or road bumps will be an indication of an imminent failure. Correct The final step is to correct the problem. Be careful of ESD and make sure to check the DC Supplies for proper levels. Make all necessary adjustments and lastly always y j y y perform a Safety AC Leakage Test before returning the product back to the Customer.

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42PW350 PRODUCT INFORMATION SECTION

This section of the manual will discuss the specifications of the 42PW350 Advanced Single Scan Plasma Display Television.

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42PW350 Specifications

720P PLASMA HDTV 42" Class (41.6" diagonal)


3D Capable TV1 2D to 3D Conversion TruSlim Frame 600Hz Max Sub Field Driving High Definition Resolution ENERGY STAR Qualified Picture Wizard II Intelligent Sensor S Smart E t Energy S i Saving ISFccc Ready
For Full Specifications See the Specification Sheet

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42PW350 Logo Familiarization Page 1 of 3


HD RESOLUTION 720P HD R Resolution Pi l 1365 (H) 768 (V) l ti Pixels: See and experience more. Pictures are sharper. Colors are more vibrant. Entertainment is more real. Everything looks better on an HDTV. HDMI (1.3 Deep Color) Digital multi-connectivity HDMI (1.3 Deep color) provides a wider bandwidth (340MHz, 10.2Gbps) than that of HDMI 1.2, delivering a broader range of colors, y p p and also drastically improves the data-transmission speed. Invisible Speaker Personally tuned by Mr. Mark Levinson for LG TAKE IT TO THE EDGE newly introduces Invisible Speaker system Invisible Speaker system, guaranteeing first class audio quality personally tuned by Mr. Mark Levinson, world renowned as an audio authority. It provides Full Sweet Spot and realistic sound equal to that of theaters with its Invisible Speaker. Dual XD Engine Realizing optimal quality for all images One XD Engine optimizes the images from RF signals as another XD Engine optimizes them from External inputs. Dual XD Engine presents images with optimal quality two times higher than those of previous models.

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600Hz Sub Field Firing: Capture every moment. Tired of streaky action or unclear plays during the game? See sports, fast action and video games like never before. The 600Hz refresh rate virtually eliminates motion blur.

3.000,000 : 1 Contrast Ratio Stunning detail. No more worrying about dark scenes or dull colors. The Mega Contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 delivers more stunning colors and deeper blacks than you can imagine.

TruSlim Design: At less than 1" thick the new TruSlim Frame trims away distraction without l th thi k th T Sli F ti di t ti ith t compromising screen size.

USB 2.0: View videos and photos and listen to music on your TV through USB 2.0.

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AV Mode "One click" Cinema, Sports, Game mode. , p , AV Mode is three preset picture and audio settings. It allows the viewer to quickly switch between common settings. It includes Cinema, Sports, and Game Modes.

Clear Voice Clearer dialogue sound Automatically enhances and amplifies the sound of the human voice frequency range to provide high-quality dialogue when background noise swells swells. Save Energy, Save Money It reduces the plasma displays power consumption. The default factory setting complies with the Energy Star requirements and is adjusted to the comfortable level to be viewed at home. (Turns on Intelligent Sensor).

Save Energy, Save Money S E S M Home electronic products use energy when they're off to power features like clock displays and remote controls. Those that have earned the ENERGY STAR use as much as 60% less energy to perform these functions, while providing the same performance at t e sa e price the same p ce as less-efficient models. Less e e gy means you pay less o you e e gy ess e c e t ode s ess energy ea s ess on your energy bill. Draws less than 1 Watt in stand by.

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600Hz Sub Field Driving


(600 Hz Sub Field Driving)
600 Hz Sub Field Driving is achieved by using 10 sub-fields per frame process (vs. Comp. 8 sub-field/frame) No smeared images during fast motion scenes

Original Image

10 Sub Fields Per Frame

Sub Field firing occurs using wall charge and polarity differences between Y-SUS and Z-SUS signals.

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42PW350 Remote Control


p/n AKB72914273 TOP PORTION

BOTTOM PORTION

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42PW350 Rear and Side Input Jacks


SIDE INPUTS

AC In

USB for Music, Photos and Software Upgrades

REAR INPUTS USB HDMI 3

Composite Video/Audio

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Generic Plasma USB Automatic Software Download Instructions


1) Download the Software File.
Currently Installed Version Software Version found on the USB Flash Drive File found on the USB Flash Drive

2) Copy new software (xxx.bin) into the root of the Jump Drive. Make sure you have the correct software file file. 3) With TV turned on, insert USB flash drive. 4) You can see the message TV Software Upgrade (See figure on right) 5) Cursor left and highlight "START" Button and push Enter button using the remote control. 6) You can see the download progress Bar. 7) Do not unplug until unit has automatically restarted. 8) When download is completed you will see completed, COMPLETE. 9) Your TV will be restarted automatically.

Highlight Start Press Select

* CAUTION: Do not remove AC power or the USB Flash Drive. Do not turn off Power, during the upgrade process. Software Files (when available), can be downloaded from GCSC or GSFS.com

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Accessing the Service Menu

To access the Service Menu. 1) You must have either Service Remote. ) p/n 105-201M or p/n MKJ39170828 2) Press In-Start 3) A Password screen appears. 4) Enter the Password. )

Note: A Password is required to enter the Se ce e u Service Menu. Enter; 0000 te ; Note: If 0000 does not work use 0413.

105-201M

MKJ39170828

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42PW350 Dimensions
There must be at least 4 inches of Clearance on all sides 39" 990.6mm 19-1/2" Center Center 495.3mm 4-11/16" 119mm 11-9/16" 293.5mm Center 12-1/8" 307.34mm 15-3/4" 400mm Model No. Serial No. Label Remove 4 screws to remove stand for wall mount 3-7/8" 98mm 2-1/8" 53.34mm 19-1/8" 485mm Max Watts 160W Power Consumption: Typical: 125W 0.2 Watts (Stand-By) Weight: 47.4 lbs with Stand 41.1 lbs without Stand 3-11/16" 93m 9.1/8" 231.1mm 15-3/4" 400mm 2" 50.8mm

26.5/16" 668.02mm

24-3/16" 614.68mm

Center

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SERVICE AND ADJUST MENU ITEMS


This section of the manual will discuss the Service Menu and the Adjust Menu In the 42PW350 Advanced Single Scan Plasma Display Panel. Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the Service and Adjust Menus used in this model.

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42PW350 Service Menu First Page


Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000.
IN START
Software Version Country Group

Adjust Check

1. Adjust Check Model Name: 42PW350-UA 2. ADC Data Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 : 03.26.02.11 3. Power Off Status S/W Version: : 3.24.0 4. System 1 MICOM Version : 4.24.00 5. System 2 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 6. Model Number D/L BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Video Processor Option 7. Test Touch Version Chip Type : 0.01 8. External ADC EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 9. Pattern Selection EDID Version (HDMI) : SATURN 7 10. Panel Control Chip Type : 0.77 11. Spread Spectrum 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE 12. Sync Level Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 13. Stable Count Module Rom Ver: : VB091 14. ODC Test RF Emitter Versioni 15. Control Board Power Error History UTT : 12 Software Version APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42
Unit Total Time

1. Country Group (Press OK to Save) Country Group Code 02 Country Group US Country US 2. Tool Option Tool Option 1 32777 Tool Option 2 65 Tool Option 3 7519 Tool Option 4 7560 Tool Option 5 14925 3. Adjust White Balance: OK 4. Adjust ADC: OK 480i Component OK 1080p Component OK RGB OK 5. EDID(AC3): OK RGB OK (0x5E) Priority Audio HDMI1 OK (0x12,0xD2) Mode HDMI2 OK (0x12,0xC2 HDMI3 OK (0x12,0xB2

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42PW350 Power Off Status (IN START) Screen


Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000.
IN START Model Name: 42PW350-UA Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 Select Item : 03.26.02.11 3 S/W Version: : 3.24.0 MICOM Version : 4.24.00 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Touch Version EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 EDID Version (HDMI) : 0.01 : SATURN 7 Chip Type : 0.77 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 Module Rom Ver: : VB091 RF Emitter Versioni UTT : 12 APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42 1. Adjust Check 2. ADC Data 3. Power Off Status 4. System 1 5. System 2 6. Model Number D/L 7. Test Option 8. External ADC 9. Pattern Selection 10. Panel Control 11. Spread Spectrum 12. Sync Level 13. Stable Count 14. ODC Test 15. Power Error History Power Off Status Most Recent 0. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 1. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 2. POWER_OFF_BY_REMOTE_KEY1 3. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 4. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 5. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 6. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 7. POWER_OFF_BY_SW_DL 8. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 9. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 10. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 11. POWER_OFF_BY_REMOTE_KEY1 12. POWER_OFF_BY_REMOTE_KEY1 13. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 14. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 15. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 16. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 17. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 18. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY 19. POWER_OFF_BY_REMOTE_KEY1 20. POWER_OFF_BY_REMOTE_KEY1 21. POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET 22. POWER_OFF_BY_SW_DL 23. POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY
INSTOP (Instop Button on Serv. Remote) SW_DL (Software Download) AUTO_OFF (No Signal Time Out) OFF_TIMER (Auto Timer Off)

LOCAL_KEY (Key Board Power) REMOTE_KEY1 (Remote Power) ACDET (Loss of AC Power) SW_DL (Software Download Restart)

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42PW350 Power Off Status Details

CODE POWER_OFF_BY_CPUCMD POWER_OFF_BY_ABN POWER_OFF_BY_KEYTIMEOUT POWER_OFF_BY_ACDET POWER_OFF_BY_RESET POWER_OFF_BY_5VMNT POWER_OFF_BY_NO_POLLING POWER_OFF_BY_REMOTE_KEY POWER_OFF_BY_OFF_TIMER POWER_OFF_BY_SLEEP_TIMER (Not Used) POWER_OFF_BY_FAN_CONTROL POWER_OFF_BY_INSTOP_KEY POWER_OFF_BY_AUTO_OFF POWER_OFF_BY_ON_TIMER POWER_OFF_BY_RS232C POWER_OFF_BY_SWDOWN POWER_OFF_BY_LOCAL_KEY POWER_OFF_BY_CPU_ABNORMAL POWER_OFF_BY_INV_ERROR POWER_OFF_BY_SW_DL POWER_OFF_BY_UNKNOWN

EXPLANATION Power off by CPU Command Power off by abnormal status Power off when TV is not turned off during a certain time Power off by not detecting AC (abnormal case) Power off by Micom Reset Power off by not detecting 5V monitoring Power off when receiving no acknowledge Power off by remote key Power off by Off timer Power off by sleep timer Power off by fan control (Not Used) Power off by InStop Key Power off by auto off function Power off by On timer Power off by RS232C command Power off by software download Power off by local key Power off by CPU Abnormal status Power off by LCD module inverter error (LCD Only) Power off by Soft Ware update Power off by the other causes

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42PW350 Lip Sync Adjust (IN START) Screen


Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000.
IN START Model Name: 42PW350-UA Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 : 03.26.02.11 S/W Version: : 3.24.0 Select MICOM Version Item 4 : 4.24.00 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Touch Version EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 EDID Version (HDMI) : 0.01 : SATURN 7 Chip Type : 0.77 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 Module Rom Ver: : VB091 RF Emitter Versioni UTT : 12 APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42 SYSTEM 1 1. Adjust Check 2. ADC Data 3. Power Off Status 4. System 1 5. System 2 6. Model Number D/L 7. Test Option 8. External ADC Select 9. Pattern Selection Item 10. Panel Control 8 11. Spread Spectrum 12. Sync Level 13. Stable Count 14. ODC Test 15. Power Error History 0. Baudrate 1. 2 Hours Off (On Timer) 2. 2 Hours Off (Screen Mute) 3. 15Min Force Off 4. Audio EQ 5. Dynamic EQ 6. A2 Threshold 7. HDMI Sound(Port1) 8. Lip Sync Adjust(DTV) 9. Dimming -10 to 20 10. Tuner Option 11. Atten RF Signal 12. UTT Reset 13. Channel Mute 14. Debug Status 15. NVRAM Type 16. HDEV 17. Blue back 18. China Cable SO 19. Booster On (VHF) 20. Booster Off (VHF) 21. Booster On (UHF) 22. Booster Off (UHF) 115200 On Off On On On 11 HDMI Port1 0 On Enhanced Ghost Off Reset On RELEASE EEPROM Off On On 0 0 0 0

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42PW350 UTT Reset (IN START) Screen


Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000.
IN START Model Name: 42PW350-UA Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 : 03.26.02.11 S/W Version: : 3.24.0 Select MICOM Version Item 4 : 4.24.00 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Touch Version EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 EDID Version (HDMI) : 0.01 : SATURN 7 Chip Type : 0.77 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 Module Rom Ver: : VB091 RF Emitter Versioni UTT : 12 APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42
Units Total Time

SYSTEM 1 1. Adjust Check 2. ADC Data 3. Power Off Status 4. System 1 5. System 2 6. Model Number D/L 7. Test Option 8. External ADC 9. Pattern Selection 10. Panel Control 11. Spread Spectrum 12. Sync Level Select 13. Stable Count Item 12 14. ODC Test 15. Power Error History 0. Baudrate 1. 2 Hours Off (On Timer) 2. 2 Hours Off (Screen Mute) 3. 15Min Force Off 4. Audio EQ 5. Dynamic EQ 6. A2 Threshold 7. HDMI Sound(Port1) 8. Lip Sync Adjust(DTV) 9. Dimming 10. Tuner Option 11. Atten RF Signal 12. UTT Reset 13. Channel Mute 14. Debug Status Changes To Doing 15. NVRAM Type 16. HDEV 17. Blue back 18. China Cable SO 19. Booster On (VHF) 20. Booster Off (VHF) 21. Booster On (UHF) 22. Booster Off (UHF)
Scroll to (UTT Reset) Press (Select) Reset changes to Doing then back to Reset

115200 On Off On On On 11 HDMI Port1 0 On Enhanced Ghost Off Reset On RELEASE EEPROM Off On On 0 0 0 0
After Reset (Doing) has completed, Reset returns. After Exit the UTT Timer is 0

Note: After UTT is reset, the UTT time on the left will not reset to 0 until the Service Menu is exited.

Scroll to (System 1) then Right Cursor

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42PW350 Service Menu: Panel Control Shows Control Board Information


Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000.
IN START Model Name: 42PW350-UA Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 : 03.26.02.11 S/W Version: : 3.24.0 MICOM Version : 4.24.00 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Touch Version EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 EDID Version (HDMI) : 0.01 Select : SATURN 7 Chip Type Item 10 : 0.77 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 Module Rom Ver: : VB091 RF Emitter Versioni UTT : 12 APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42
Units Total Time

Panel Control 1. Adjust Check 2. ADC Data 3. Power Off Status 4. System 1 5. System 2 6. Model Number D/L 7. Test Option 8. External ADC 9. Pattern Selection 10. Panel Control 11. Spread Spectrum 12. Sync Level 13. Stable Count 14. ODC Test 15. Power Error History
UTT Reset
Cursor Right to activate. Yes or No will appear. UTT will not change until In Start key is pressed.

1. AV/PC 2. ISM 3. Gamma 4. Power Save 5. APS Contrast 6. OrbitPixel 7. OrbitStep 8. OrbitTime 9. MRE(FMC) 10. DPS2 11. GRP 12. Module OSD 13. Module XDP 14. Formatter XDP 15. Reset Use Time Module Name: Rom Ver. Temperature:
Panel Model Number

AV Auto 0 Mode 0 95 2 2 step 120 sec. Off Off Off 0 On On

42T3 42T3_4PV3A0 25.00 Celsius


Panel Temperature

CTRL. Board ROM Version

At the bottom right you can see the Panel Model Number, Control board Software Version and the Panel Temperature.

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42PW350 Model Number Download Screen


When the Main Board is replaced, the Model Number and Serial Number must be corrected. Follow these instructions
IN START Model Name: 42PW350-UA Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 : 03.26.02.11 S/W Version: : 3.24.0 MICOM Version : 4.24.00 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Touch Version EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 EDID Version (HDMI) : 0.01 : SATURN 7 Chip Type : 0.77 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 Module Rom Ver: : VB091 RF Emitter Versioni UTT : 12 APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42
Note: The Model and/or Serial No. will not change until you press the In-Start button after any change has been made.

Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000. Scroll down to item 6. Model Number D/L to highlight. Press ENTER or Cursor Right.

1. Adjust Check 2. ADC Data 3. Power Off Status 4. System 1 5. System 2 6. Model Number D/L 7. Test Option 8. External ADC 9. Pattern Selection 10. Panel Control 11. Spread Spectrum 12. Sync Level 13. Stable Count 14. ODC Test 15. Power Error History

Model Number D/L 0. Model Name 1. Serial Num.


Select Item 6

42PW350-UA 010PTZK1F285 Press OK to Save

To Change the Model Number: 1) Use the cursor right or left to select the area to change. 2) Use the cursor up or down to change. 3) When Model Number is correct, Press ENTER to Save 4) Cursor right until there is no text cursor blinking. 5) Cursor down to highlight Serial Number 6) Cursor Right to place blinking cursor under the first location and change (as in Item 2 above). 5) Press ENTER to Save Note: To return to the Model Number, Cursor right until there is no text cursor blinking and press the Up Cursor on the Remote. Cursor Right to place blinking cursor under the first location

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42PW350 Power Error History (IN START) Screen


Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote by pressing In-Start enter password 0413 or 0000.
IN START Model Name: 42PW350-UA Serial Number: 010PTZK1F285 : 03.26.02.11 S/W Version: : 3.24.0 MICOM Version : 4.24.00 SPI Boot Version : 0.01.17 BOOT Version : 0.05 (0x00) Touch Version EDID Version (RGB) : 0.01 EDID Version (HDMI) : 0.01 : SATURN 7 Chip Type : 0.77 3D ASIC Version : RELEASE Debug Status : 42T3_4PV3A0 Module Rom Ver: : VB091 RF Emitter Versioni UTT : 12 APP History Ver.:53810 PQL DB:LGE_PG_LGT10_xxN42 1. Adjust Check 2. ADC Data 3. Power Off Status 4. System 1 5. System 2 6. Model Number D/L 7. Test Option 8. External ADC 9. Pattern Selection 10. Panel Control 11. Spread Spectrum 12. Sync Level 13. Stable Count 14. ODC Test 15. Power Error History
Select Item 15

POWER ERROR HISTORY 1. Last History: 2. Last History: 3. Last History: 4. Error Count 1) PFC_DET Error 2) 5V OVP 3) 5V UVP 4) 17V OVP 5) 17V UVP 6) M5V OVP 7) M5V UVP 8) Vs OCP 9) Vs OVP 10) Vs UVP 11) Va OVP 12) Va UVP 5. Reset All
PFC_DET: Power Factor Control Detect OVP: Over Voltage Protect OCP: Over Current Protect UVP: Under Voltage Protect

VA UVP VS OCP NONE

ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 1 ff ff ff 1

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Service Menu: Downloading EDID Data


When Item 10 was selected 1) Press ADJ key. Password required To enter ADJ Menu
If Item 5 on Adjust Check in the 1st page of the Service Menu shows AC3, this shows NG. If Item 5 on Adjust Check in the 1st page of the Service Menu shows EDID PCM this shows OK(PCM) , g g p If NG was shown, highlight Start and press Select on the remote. Writing appears, then OK/(PCM) shows here. Now Item 5 on Adjust Check in the 1st page of the Service Menu shows EDID PCM. If Reset i selected, E i will appear and then this shows R t is l t d Erasing ill d th thi h NG.

When Item 11 was selected


If Item 5 on Adjust Check in the 1st page of the Service Menu shows PCM, this shows NG. If Item 5 on Adjust Check in the 1st page of the Service Menu shows EDID AC3 this shows OK(AC3) If NG was shown, hi hli ht St t and press S l t on th h highlight Start d Select the remote. Writing appears, then OK/(AC3) shows here. Now Item 5 on Adjust Check in the 1st page of the Service Menu shows EDID AC3 . If Reset is selected, Erasing will appear and then this shows NG.

Note: PCM is changed from NG to OK/(PCM) then AC3 will now be NG. Note: AC3 is changed from NG to OK/(AC3) then PCM will now be NG.

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Accessing the Host Diagnostic Screen (Page 1 of 2)


Use the Host Diagnostic screen to investigate the signal quality of a problem channel. 1) Place Television on the digital channel that ) g may be showing problems. 2) Bring up the Customers Menu. Highlight CHANNEL. Press ENTER on the remote. 4) Press the (1) Key 5 times. The Host Diagnostics screen appears.

3) The CHANNEL Menu appears. See next page for details.

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42PW350 Understanding the Host Diagnostic Screen (Page 2 of 2)


Model Number

Host Diagnostics
Host Information

Channel Selected

Current Channel (Main)

Model Name : 42PW350-UA (Plasma Display) Memory FLASH : 131072 KB DRAM : 262144 KB NVM : 128 KB Host Release Version Firmware Version(MP) : 3.26.02.11(53810) Micom Version : V3.24.0 Compile Date & Time : 20110131 & 08:45:52 Compile User : sunbon.koo FAT Status (Main) Center Frequency : 663.00 MHz PCR lock : Locked Program Clock Reference (Locked or No) Modulation mode : QAM 256 Carrier lock status : Locked SNR : 37 dB Signal level : 100%
Channel Signal Level (Above 80% good)
F = 9/5 (C+32)

Channel Info : Digital 19-1 Current Temperature MODULE Temperature: 34.5 Celsius DVI/HDMI Status Software Version Cant display this information now

Blocked or Not Blocked

Parental Control : Channel is not blocked

Panel Temperature

Channel Frequency

Channel Type (8VSB, QAM 64, 256) Channel (Locked or No) 8VSB (Above 20 is good) QAM 64 (Above 24 is good) QAM 256 (Above 30 is good)

Channel Signal to Noise Ratio

Half Page

CH

Move Page

Exit Exit

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3D SECTION AND 3D TROUBLESHOOTING


This section will give you an understanding of 3D as it relates to Televisions. This section also includes 3D troubleshooting. Note: The 3D Glasses must be mated To the Television so that multiple TVs Can operate in the same room with different glasses synchronized to the correct TV TV. HOW TO CONNECT THE 3D GLASSES When initially switched on, the device will automatically be connected to the TV with the on strongest signal. HOW TO RECONNECT THE 3D GLASSES Press the power button for over eight seconds. Release the button when the green LED light turns on. Then, you will see the green light blink three times before the device is switched off. If you switch the power on again, the glasses will be connected to the TV or PROJECTOR with the strongest signal.

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3D Fundamentals (What is 3D?) From the Human Perspective


Each eye looks at an image from slightly different angles. Therefore, the brain takes these two different images and translates them into one image giving us depth perception. This is difficult to reproduce on a 2 dimensional screen. We have to come up with a scheme that will allo us to see the same image from screen ha e p ith ill allow s two different angles giving us 3D effects.

If the two images were added together without the g g brain doing the calculations to combine them, they would appear out of focus. Note: The Left and Right eye are actually seeing the same image but from a different angle, but for this explanation one is shown inverted from the other for clarity purposes simply to show there is a difference between the two images seen by each eye.

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3D Fundamentals (What is 3D?) From the Electronic Perspective


Each Camera looks at an image from slightly different angles. Each camera generates its own video, well call Left Camera View and Right Camera View. The Frame packing adds both of these videos together as described in the 3D Broadcasting page page. Original Image

Left Camera View

Right Camera View

Both Videos are Packed together For transmission.

The two videos are separated by the Frame rate converter in the Television and put on the screen. The first horizontal line is the Left Camera view and the 2nd line is the Right camera view. 3rd line is Left, 4th is Right and so on.

Note: The Left and Right Cameras are actually seeing the same image but from a different angle, but for this explanation one is shown inverted from the other for clarity purposes simply to show there is a difference between the two images seen by each camera.

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3D Formatter
3D Formatter - All Formats of input are available and converted by 3D technology - Full HD input available u put a a ab e - 3D Enhancement Input Capabilities HDMI 1.3 / HDMI 1.4 Regular 2D 3D Formats (Frame P k d) F t (F Packed) 1) Side by Side 2D 3D Formatter or R L 2) Top and Bottom 2D Output Capabilities No glasses required

3D to 2D

2) Frame by Frame

Plasma (Active)
Synchronization required between glasses and TV R

3) Checkerboard

4) Frame Sequential (Full Resolution available)

HDMI 1.4 (Only) 5) Over/Under

R L

L / R represents; Left Camera View Right Camera View

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LG 3D TV 3D broadcasting
3D for All types of broadcasting signals
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Input of broadcasting signal Press 3D button for mode change Select type of input source, Press ENTER. In case 3D looks *abnormal, press 3D Settings in the Quick MENU. Abnormality *Abnormality may be caused by reversed L/R order of the input signal. If TV already in Left/Right change to Right/Left or vice versa.

HD Broadcasting
Input

SD Broadcasting
Input

Online Video
Input

(1)

HDMI Component C t RF

Component Composite C it RF, S-Video

USB Port

(2) (3)
Top & Bottom 2D to 3D Side by Side Checker Board Single frame Sequential

(4) (5) (5)

Note: Picture behind the menu is showing a side by side format. Note: HDMI 1.4 will automatically select 3D type for you.

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3D Active Glasses Type


Shutter glasses type 3D: Separating left and right images by synchronizing the TV and the glasses Fundamentals of Shutter glasses < Shutter glasses 3D > Between Frames

Left Eye viewing left camera shot

Between Frames

The image is broadcast using two different viewing angles every other frame.

Right Eye viewing right camera shot The 3D Glasses are then synchronized with the two different images to give the 3D effect. They are blanked between scene changes.

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LG RF 3D Emitter & Glasses


Convenient 2.4GHz RF Transmitter built-in to TV
Wider viewing angle Longer Viewing distance Longer battery life 2~7 Meter Viewing Distance (6.5 ft~ 22.9 ft) Maximum 10 Meter (32.8 ft)

(1.5h charging / 40h battery life)


Improved sync performance

User friendly Glasses


1) 2) 3) 4) 5) L-frame for glasses users UV coating to prevent scratch LED indicator for user convenience Easy to Recharge with USB port (Note: Glasses will work while being charged) Adjustable Nose Piece for comfort

7m

600 600

RF Transmitter Location

AG-S250

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Active RF glasses 3D TV components


Battery B tt USB Charge Port (8-pin mini USB) AG-S250 0.80mA/h 1Hr. 50min Charge Time 40Hr. Charge

RF Receiver

3D Sync signal

RF Sync signal

*TN LCD shutter Twisted State light passes

Shutter Actuator circuit board On St t li ht bl k d O State light blocked

TV with built in RF Transmitter

*TN LCD shutter CD h *TN = Twisted Nematic

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3D Settings Menu
3D settings may help with 3D view pleasure.
1. 1 In case 3D looks *abnormal press 3D Settings abnormal, 3D Settings in the Quick MENU.

3D Picture Size: Cuts off the outer edges of the picture and stretch it to fit the full screen in 3D mode. 3D Depth: Adjusts the distance between the object and the background in the picture to enhance the 3D effect in 2D to 3D mode. 3D View Point: Brings the picture (including both the object and background images) to the front or back to enhance the 3D effect in 3D mode. 3D Picture Balance: Adjusts the color and brightness difference between the right and left sides of the picture in 3D mode. 3D Picture Correction: Changes the order of images in the right and left sides of the picture in 3D mode.

(1)

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3D Video viewing range and Compatible 3D Formats


VIEWING CONDITIONS Viewing Distance Viewing Angle
Accepted 3D Formats Signal *720P *1080i HDMI Input 1080p 1920X1080 Resolution 1280X720 1920X1080 Horizontal Vertical Frequency kHz Frequency Hz 44.96 44 96 / 45 89.9 / 90.0 33.72 / 33.75 67.432 67.5 67 432 / 67 5 27 53.95 / 54.00 33.75 USB Input 1080p 1920X1080 33.75 59.94 / 60 59.94 / 60 59.94 59 94 / 60 24 23.98 / 24.00 30 30 Playable 3D video format Top & Bottom Side by Side (*Also Component & DTV) Bottom, ( Also HDMI (V1.4 with HDMI 3D Frame Packing Top & Bottom, Side by Side (*Also Component & DTV) Top & Bottom, Side by Side Checker Board Single Frame Sequential Top & Bottom, Side by Side, Checker Board HDMI (V1.4 with HDMI 3D Frame Packing Top & Bottom, Side by Side, Checker Board Top & Bottom, Side by Side Checker Board, MPO (Photo)

Maximum 7m (22.9 ft)

Optimum 2 m - 10 m (6.5 ft - 32.8 ft)

120 (When the viewing distance is 2 m (6.5 ft)

Additional HDMI 1.4V Information. 1) 3D Auto Detection (LG Does Support 2) Ethernet Capabilities (LG Does Not Support) 3) Return Audio (LG Supported using SIMPLINK) 2011 Models only.

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42PW350 3D Troubleshooting Flow Chart Page 1 of 3


If you are having trouble seeing 3D, Try changing the 3D selection types if it is difficult to determine what format the 3D movie is in. Example: Top/Bottom, Side by Side, Checker Board, Frame Sequential. Make sure you are using at least version 1.3 HDMI cable. (1.4 HDMI will auto select).

Play a 3D Movie Make sure the 3D Glasses are charged Charged

No 3D

Red Power LED should stay on solid for about 3 sec. then go off. When power button is pressed for Power Off, the LED will blink 3 times. Note 1: The Red LED will blink constantly for 1 minute if battery is discharged. Note 2: Glasses can operate using the USB connector plugged in if batteries are not charged. Dont forget to try swapping the L/R selection by pressing the Quick Menu button on the remote control.

Glass turn off in 1 Min. with no 3D sync. Glasses turn off in 10 Min with no movement.

A simple test is to hold the glasses about 1 ft. in front of you towards a white sheet of paper. The TV must be playing a 3D movie and be in the 3D mode. If the glasses sync up the paper will appear as looking through normal sun glasses, if not synced, the paper will appear amber in color.

No Change Change the 3D Glasses


AG-S250

No glasses sync Check +3.3V for the Motion Remote board. P1404 Connector 1 pin : 3.3V OK
Note: Motion Remote/3D Tx board connector has no ID

NG

Check +3.3V Regulator IC506

NG

Replace Main board


EBT61267425 EBR72942901 EBR71638619

Check 3D/Motion Remote RF Transmitter Board Connector pin 1 : (3.3V) OK Check for 60Hz sync signal on pin 12 of P1404 OK

NG

Cable Open

3.48V p/p 60 Hz 1.59VDC

Check 3D Sync. It is output from IC1400 directly to the Front side of Board R1572 P1404 Pin 12 . NG Also Check ZD1408
Note: R1572 and ZD1408 are directly to the right of P1404.

NG

Replace Main board

Continued on next page.

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42PW350 3D Troubleshooting Flow Chart Page 2 of 3


Note: Motion Remote board Connector has no ID

Continued from previous page

Check for 60Hz sync to the 3D sync / Motion Remote board. Connector pin 12 OK

Should be

3.48V p/p 60 Hz 1.59VDC

RF Freq

GPIO 0 (9) GPIO 1 (10) GPIO 2 (11) 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Check P1404 Connector pins 9, 10, 11 (See Chart) Pin 9 or 10 should be high OK Check 3D / Motion Remote Connector pins 9, 10, 11 OK Replace 3D / Motion Remote p/n: EBR72499601

3D Disable 60Hz 59.94Hz

NG

Replace Main board

Note: If all are low, make sure you are in 3D Mode on the Television

NG

Cable Open

See next page for additional details

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42PW350 3D Sync Troubleshooting Flow Chart Page 3 of 3


Continued from previous page
Note: The 3D sync on the LVDS cable is not the same as the 3D_SYNC route shown on the Main board. This is just a TP.

3.48V p/p 60 Hz 1.59VDC

Check 3D_SYNC Line Control P106 pin 79

Check 3D_SYNC Line Main P1402 pin 2 3D_SYNC straight from (IC3202) chip.

Control Board
3D_SYNC straight from the MCM (IC702) chip.
IC701
3 2 1 2

To R1572

3.48V p/p 60 Hz 1.59VDC

E C

CONTROL BOARD P/N: EBR71200701


DDR Memory
1.06V 3.27V

X1400 24Mhz

Q1400

P2
4.94V

IC1400
3D-Sync Pin 50
3.48V p/p 60 Hz

P501
IC1404

3.3V

1.8V

IC101

VS_DA

L1 IC703
1.05V 1.05V

3D Formatter

IC1407

L1402

P105
IC22 Serial Flash
3 1 2

D1
1.8V On

P106

P106 LVDS

P1401 LVDS

P1401
Q1402
C C E B E B

IC1406
3 2 2 1

1 2 3

IC1401 IC1202 IC502 IC504 Q501


S D G

IC702 MCM
3.31V

IC53
1 2 2 3

Q1401

IC11 X1 25 MHz

P902
C B E

Auto Gen

P1404
MAIN BOARD p/n: EBT61267425 AUSLLJR
D200
A2 A1

Q901

L503
2

IC506
3 2 1

IC507 D501

3.3V from IC53 Pins 41~43

P107

3.3V from IC53 Pins 8~10

P108

P22 n/c
n/c Upgrades

Check 3D_SYNC Line Pin 12 3.48V p/p 60 Hz 1.59VDC

Connector has no ID Motion Remote Board

C YN _S 3D GPI0 1 (pin 9, 10, 11) Pin 9 or 10 should be high

pin

12

IC501 L502

IC103 IC700 L703 L701 L700

IC1201

IC101 Micro/ Video Processor

Other Main Boards used p/n: EBR72942901 AUSLLHR

+3.3V Regulator
IC600
3 2 1

L506

Pin 12

3D-Sync R1572 Front side of Board X200


24Mhz

TUNER TU1300

L702

18. IF p 17. IF n 16. IF AGC 15. Reset 14. 3.3V 13. 1.26V 12. GND 11. CVBS 10. NC 9. SIF 8. NC 7. SDA 6. SCL 5. NC 4. NC 3. 5V 2. NC 1. NC

P700
R-R+L-L+

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DISASSEMBLY SECTION
This section of the manual will discuss Disassembly, Layout and Circuit Board Identification, of the 42PW350 Advanced Single Scan Plasma Display Panel. Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the disassembly procedures, the layout of the printed circuit boards and be able to identify each board.

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Removing the Back Cover

To remove the back cover, remove the 29 screws Indicated by the arrows. (The Stand does not need to be removed). PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE TYPE, SIZE AND LENGTH TYPE Of the screws when replacing the back cover. Improper type can damage the front.

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Circuit Board Layout


FPC FPC

Identifying the Circuit Boards


Panel Voltage and Panel ID Label

FPC

Y-SUS

Power Supply (SMPS)

Z-SUS

Y-Drive Board e IR/LED Board

FPC FPC FPC F FPC

Z-SUB Control

Main Board

FPC

TCP Heat Sink AC In

Left X Soft Touch Keypad

Right X

Side Input (part of main)

Invisible Speaker

Invisible Speaker

Motion Remote and 3D Emitter (RF)

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42PW350 Connector Identification Diagram


PANEL P201

Y-DRIVE Board
p/n: EBR68288401

EAJ61527706 PDP42T30000.ASLGB EAJ61527743 PDP42T30000.ASLGM

p/n: EBR68342501

Z-SUB Board SMPS P811 POWER SUPPLY Board


p/n: EAY62170901 Top row Odd Back row Even

P202

P2 P7

P206

Z-SUS Board
P4

P201 P101

p/n: EBR68342001

P303

P101

P213

Y-SUS Board
P204
p/n: EEBR68341901

SC101 L N

P813
p/n: EBR72942901 AUSLLJR p/n: EBT61267425 AUSLLHR BOARDS p/n: EBR71638619 Interchangeable MAIN

P6

P3

P103

P203

P102 P205 P106

P212 P211 P101 P105

P163 n/c

P2
P22 n/c

P106
LVDS

CONTROL Board
P107 AC In

P501 P1401 P1404 P902 MAIN

P202

P108

p/n: EBR71200701

Board
P700 P206

RIGHT X Board LEFT X Board


P201 P202 P203

p/n: EBR68019901
P204 P205

P211 P232
P206

P331 P311
P301

p/n: EBR68020001
P302 P303 P304 P305 P306

P312

P100 FRONT IR
p/n: EBR72650101

Speaker (Front Right) Front Soft Switch Key Pad

p/n: EAB62028901

p/n: EAB62028901

Speaker (Front Left) MOTION REMOTE/ p/n: EBR72499601 3D EMITTER

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Disassembly Procedure for Circuit Board Removal


Note: 1) Remember to be cautious of ESD as some semiconductors are CMOS and prone to static failure.

Switch M d P S it h Mode Power Supply Board Removal S l B dR l Disconnect the following connectors: P811, P813 and SC101. Remove the 6 screws holding the SMPS in place. Remove the board. When replacing, be sure to readjust the Va/Vs voltages in accordance with the Panel Label. Also, re confirm VSC, Vy Label Also re-confirm VSC -Vy and Z Bias as well. Z-Bias well Y-SUS Board Removal Disconnect the following connectors: P206, and Ribbon Cable P101. To remove P101, lift up on the locking mechanism and pull the ribbon cable out. Remove the 8 screws holding the Y-SUS in place. Remove the Y-SUS board by lifting slightly upward (to clear standoff collars) and then to the right while gently prying apart P211~213. When replacing, be sure to readjust the Va/Vs voltages in accordance with the Panel Label. Confirm -Vy and Z-bias as well. Vy Z bias Y-Drive Board Removal Disconnect P101~P106 Connectors to the Panel g p Remove the 3 screws holding the Y-Drive board in place. Lift up slightly (to clear standoff collars), then slide to the left while gently prying apart P101, P102 and P106. Remove the Y-Drive Board.

Board Standoff

Collar

Note: Y-SUS, Z-SUS and Y-Drive boards are mounted on board stand-offs that have a small collar. The b d Th board must be lifted slightly t clear th t b lift d li htl to l these collars. Behind each b d are Ch ll B hi d h board Chocolate (d l t (dense rubber bb like material) that act as shock absorbers. They may make the board stick when removing.

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Disassembly Procedure for Circuit Board Removal (2)


Z-SUS Board Removal Disconnect the following connectors: P2 and P7, then P6 by flipping up the locking mechanism and pulling out the ribbon cable. Remove the 4 screws holding the board in place. Lift up slightly to clear the screw stand-offs and pull the Z-SUS to the left to unseat P3 / P4 from the Z-SUB board and remove the Z-SUS board. When replacing, be sure to readjust the Va/Vs voltages in accordance with the Panel Label. Confirm VS, -Vy and Z-bias (VZB) as well. Z-SUB Board Removal Remove P203 connector. Disconnect P201 and P202 by Flipping up on the locking mechanism and pull out the FPC to the panel. Remove the two screws in the Z-SUB board. Pull to the right and remove Z-SUB. Main Board Removal Disconnect the following connectors: P1401 LVDS by Flipping up on the locking mechanism and pull out the LVDS cable. Disconnect P501 by pressing gently inward on the locking tabs and pull out. Disconnect P602, P1404 and P700. Remove the 4 screws holding the Main board in place and Remove the board. Remove the shield by lifting upward and to the left on the board. Control Board Removal Disconnect the following connectors: P2, P106 LVDS, P105, P107 and P108 by lifting up the locking tab. Remove the 4 screws holding the Control board in place and Remove the board. Pay attention to the bottom left back side of the board. There is a piece of rubber (Chocolate) that may fall off. Be sure to replace the rubber piece. i Front IR and Key Pad Removal FRONT IR/INTELLIGENT SENSOR and SOFT TOUCH KEY BOARD. Disconnect P100. The board is attached to the Front Glass. KEY PAD: The Key Pad is part of the Front IR/Soft Touch Key Board.

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X Drive Circuit Board Removal Continued


Make sure AC is removed. Lay the Television down carefully on a padded surface. Make sure to use at least two people for this process so as not to flex the panel glass. a) b) c) ) d) e) f) Remove the Back Cover. Remove the Stand (4 Stand Screws were removed during back removal). Disconnect th t Di t the two connector on the left side of th M i b d P902 and P1404 t th l ft id f the Main board, d P1404. Remove the Stand Metal Support Bracket (4 Screws) 2 Plastic tap thread and 2 Metal thread. Remove the two Vertical support Braces marked E. Note: There are 4 Screws per/brace, 2 Plastic tap thread and 2 Metal thread. ( (Note, you can slide the Heat Sink to the left and out without removing the vertical braces). ,y g ) Remove the 7 screws holding the Heat Sink. (Warning: Never run the set with this heat sink removed). To remove the heat sink, lift up to release the tacky Chocolate (heat transfer material) and slide the heat sink to the left to clear the connector wires on the right side. Note: There may be conductive tape on the heat sink that must be removed if present. Also, Also note that there several pieces of Chocolate heat transfer material attached all the way across the underside of the heat sink. There is a mark on either Chocolate side of the tape on the heat sink which shows its locations.
Heat sink Heat transfer material

X-DRIVE LEFT OR X-DRIVE RIGHT REMOVAL:

Disconnect all TCP ribbon cables from the defective X-Drive board and all other Ribbon cables going to that particular board. Remove the 5 screws holding the defective X-Drive board in place. Remove the board. Reassemble in reverse order. Recheck Va / Vs / VScan / -VY / Z-Drive.

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Getting to the X Circuit Boards

With Stand removed

E Left

E Right Ri ht D

Warning: Never run the TV with the TCP Heat Sink removed

F Heat Sink D

Warning Shorting Hazard: Conductive Tape. Do not allow to touch energized circuits.

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Left and Right X Drive Connector Removal


See below to Remove the Connections on the X-Boards. From the X-Boards to the Control Board X Boards Board. There may be tape on these connectors. P232, P331 Are the same Va from the Y-SUS to Left X Only

Disconnect connector P233

Connectors from Left and Right X Boards P211 to P311 Left X to Right X P211, P211 P311 Are the same Carefully lift the TCP ribbon up and off. It may stick, be careful not to crack TCP stick TCP. (See next page for precautions)

Remove tape (if present) and Gently pry the locking l ki mechanism upward and remove th ribbon h i d d the ibb cable from the connector.

Removing Connectors to the TCPs.

Gently lift the locking mechanism upward on all TCP connectors Left X: P201~206 Right X: P301~306

TCP

Example

Cushion (Chocolate)

Flexible ribbon cable connector

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TCP (Tape Carrier Package) Generic Removal Precautions

Lift up the lock as shown using your fingernail. p gy g (The Lock can be easily broken. It needs to be handled carefully.)

Separate the TCP from the connector as shown. TCP Film can be easily damaged. Handle with care. Tab The TCP has two small tabs on each side which lock the ribbon cable fully into the connector They have connector. to be lifted up slightly to pull the connector out. Note: TCP is usually stuck down to the Chocolate heat transfer material, be Very Careful when lifting up on the TCP ribbon cable. Tab

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Left and Right X Drive Removal


Remove the 5 screws in Left or Right X-Boards, (9 Total) Shared with the Right X

Shared with the Left X

The Left X Board drives the Right 1/2 of the side of the screen vertical electrodes. Viewing from the Front of the TV.

The Right X Board drives the Left 1/2 of the side of the screen vertical electrodes. Viewing from the Front of the TV.

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CIRCUIT OPERATION, TROUBLESHOOTING AND CIRCUIT ALIGNMENT SECTION


42PW350 Plasma Display p y
This Section will cover Circuit Operation, Troubleshooting and Alignment of the Power Supply, Y-SUS Board, Y-Drive Boards, Z-SUS Board, Control Board, Main Board and the X Drive Boards Boards.

At the end of this Section the technician should understand the operation of each circuit board and how to adjust the controls. The technician should be able with confidence to troubleshoot a circuit board failure, replace the defective circuit and perform all necessary adjustments adjustments. 56 June 201 1 42PW350 Plasma

42PW350 Signal and Voltage Distribution Block


FPC: Flexible Printed Circuits

SMPS TURN ON SEQUENCE


Step 1: RL_ON: 17V, 5V, AC_Det, Error Det, Step 2: M_On: M5V, Va, Vs

FPCs P201

Y Drive

SMPS OUTPUT VOLTAGES IN STBY STB +5V SMPS OUTPUT VOLTAGES IN RUN STB5V, +5V, 17V to Main Board VS, VA and M5V to Z-SUS.
M5V: Monitor 5V VA: Voltage for Address VS: Voltage for Sustain

Display Panel Horizontal Electrodes Sustain


FPCs P201 P101 P4

P202

FG5V (5V), FG15V (15V) Measured from Floating Ground

P206

VS M5V

Error Com Switch Mode Power Supply

VS, VA, M5V

VS M5V
P7 P2

Y-SUS Board
P203 P101 FG FPCs P204 FG P213 Voltages Developed on the Y-SUS When M5V arrives

SMPS Board
SK101 AC Input Filter

P811

SMPS Turn On Commands


P813

Note: Va not used by Z-SUS only fused and routed to Z-SUB then to X-Board R

RL_ON +17V, +5V, AC Det M_On M5V, VA, VS

Z-SUS Board
P6

VA
P3

P103

FG5V FG15V 18V


FG FG P212 FG5V Scan P213 Data Floating Gnd (FG) Drive Signals, FG5V When VS arrives P102 FG5V Scan

P205

VSC -VY

Logic Signals To Y-SUS and Y-Drive


P101

CONTROL Board
P2 P105

18V / M5V

Z Drive Control Signals Stand By: STB +5


P1401

P302

P501

P22 P108

18V / M5V
Note: 18V not used by Control P107

LVDS Video Display Enable

P206

P106 Data

Run: AC Det +5, 17V

Z-SUB Board
Speakers P202 FPCs

MAIN Board
P902 P1404 P700

3.3V RGB Logic Signals

3.3V RGB Logic Signals Va 3.3V STBY

Display Panel Horizontal Electrodes, Sustain

P100

FT. IR / Keys
P312 P305 3.3V VA TCP P306 3.3V VA TCP

X-Board-Left
P201 TCP P202 3.3V VA TCP P203 3.3V VA TCP P204 3.3V VA TCP P205 3.3V VA TCP

P211 P232 P331 P311 P206 P301 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V VA TCP VA TCP VA

X-Board-Right
P303 3.3V VA TCP 3.3V VA P304 TCP

P302 TCP

3.3V VA

3.3V Motion Remote

TCP: Taped Carrier Package

Display Panel Vertical Address (Colored Cell Address)

3D Transmitter

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Panel Label Explanation

(1) Panel Model Name (2) Bar Code (3) Manufacture No. (4) Adjusting Voltage DC, Va, Vs (5) Adjusting Voltage (Set Up / -Vy / Vsc / Ve / Vzb) (6) Trade name of LG Electronics (7) Manufactured date (Year & Month) (8) Warning

(9) TUV Approval Mark (Not Used) (10) UL Approval Mark (11) UL Approval No. (12) Panel Model Name (13) Max. Watt (Full White) (14) Max. Volts (15) Max Amps Max.

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Adjustment Notice
All adjustments (DC or Waveform) are adjusted in WHITE WASH. Customers Menu, Select Options, select ISM select WHITE WASH.

It is critical that the DC Voltage adjustments be checked when; C 1) SMPS, Y-SUS or Z-SUS board is replaced. 2) Panel is replaced, Check Va/Vs since the SMPS does not come with new panel. 3) A Picture issue is encountered 4) As a general rule of thumb when ever the back is removed ADJUSTMENT ORDER IMPORTANT DC VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTS C O G S S 1) POWER SUPPLY: VS, VA (Always do first) 2) Y-SUS: Adjust Vy, VSC 3) Z-SUS: Adjust Z-Bias (VZB) WAVEFORM ADJUSTMENTS 1) Y-SUS: Set-Up, Set-Down
The Waveform adjustment is only necessary 1) When the Y-SUS board is replaced 2) When a Mal-Discharge problem is encountered 3) When an abnormal picture issues is encountered

Remember, the Voltage Label MUST be followed, it is specific to the panels needs.
Power Supply

Set-Up -Vy

Vsc Ve

ZBias

Panel Rear View

All label references are from a specific panel panel. They are not the same for every panel encountered.

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SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY SECTION


This Section of the Presentation will cover troubleshooting the Switch Mode Power Supply for the Single Scan Plasma. Upon completion of the section the technician will have a better understanding of the operation of the Power Supply Circuit and will be able to locate voltage and test points needed for troubleshooting and alignments. DC Voltages developed on the SMPS Adjustments VA and VS. Always refer to the Voltage Sticker located on the back of the panel, in the upper Left Hand side for the correct voltage levels for the VA, VS, -VY, VSC, and Z Bias as these voltages will vary from Panel to Panel even in the same size category. y g y Set-Up and Ve are just for Label location identification and are not adjusted in this panel.
SMPS p/n: EAY62170901 Check th ilk Ch k the silk screen label on th t center of th P l b l the top t f the Power S Supply b d t id tif th correct part l board to identify the t t number. (It may vary in your specific model number, always confirm part number). On the following pages, we will examine the Operation of this Power Supply.

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Switch Mode Power Supply Overview


The Switch Mode Power Supply Board Outputs to the :
VS Drives the Display Panels Horizontal Electrodes. (From Z-SUS to Y-SUS). To ZY-SUS, fused then to Z-SUB, then to the X-Board Left, then X-Right. Primarily responsible for Display Panel Vertical Electrodes. Used to develop Bias Voltages on the Z-SUS then routed to the Y-SUS, p g , Then Routed to the Control board and then back to the Z-SUS Board.

Z-SUS Board

VA M5V

STBY 5V

Microprocessor Circuits Audio B+ Supply, Tuner B+ Circuits Signal Processing Circuits

Main Board

17V 5V

Also AC_Det (if missing, Mutes the Audio and Error_Det (not used)

Adjustments j

There are 2 adjustments located on the Power Supply Board VA and VS. The M5V is pre-adjusted and fixed. All adjustments are made referenced to Chassis i dj t d d fi d dj t t d f d t Ch i Ground. Use Full White Raster 100 IRE VS VA VR901 VR502

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42PW350 SMPS Layout Drawing


Example:

F301 4A/250V
STBY 160V RUN 390V D602 Q802

D901
VS Supply

Model : PDP 42T3### Voltage Setting: 5V/ Va:55/ Vs:200 N.A. / -200 / N.A. / N.A. / 125

P811
VS TP VA TP
Pin 1~2 n/c Label *VS n/c Gnd *VA M5V

VA

VS

D902

P811 Connector SMPS to Z-SUS P7


Run 200V n/c Gnd 55V OV Diode Check OL n/c Gnd OL 2.16V

F302 2.5A/250V
Q601

Q801

VR901 VS Adj

D504
VA Supply

L602

Q501

VR502 VA Adj

3~4 5 6

STBY 160V RUN 390V IC301 D351

*VS/VA Varies by Panel Label

Q602

T901 L601

5V Supply

P813 Connector SMPS to Main P501


Pin 18 17 Label Auto_Gnd M_On AC_Det RL_On STBY Gnd Error_Det 5.1V Gnd 17V Stby Gnd 0V 3.46V 0V 3.46V Gnd 3.39V 0V Gnd 0V Run Diode Check Gnd 3.29V 4.14V 2.22V 5.16V Gnd 4.89V 5.16V Gnd 17V OL OL 3.07V OL 2.51V Gnd 2.92V 2.14V Gnd 3.1V

Q355 D352

16 15 13-14 9-12 8 5-7

SMPS P/N: EAY62170901


D101 RL103

17V Supply

Q356

P702
F101 10A/250V

P813

3-4 1-2

SC101

XP5 42T3 INPUT: 100~240V ~ 50/60Hz 3.2A 17V: 17V = 1.0A 5.1V: 5.1V = 3.0A STBY5V: 5V = 1.0A VS: 199-203V = 1.3A VA: 55V = 1.5A M5V: 5.1V = 2.5A PDP Module Max: 210W

LG Electronics

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Power Supply Circuit Layout


To Z SUS Z-SUS Fuse F301 160V Stby 390V Run 4Amp/250V

VS Source
VS VR901

P811

VA Source

VA VR501

PFC Circuit Primary Source

Fuse F302 160V Stby 389V Run 2.5Amp/250V

STBY-5V M5V, +5V Source 17V Source

RL103 Bridge Rectifier Main Fuse F101 10Amp/250V AC Input SC 101

Controller

STBY-5V +5V, +5V M5V and Controller On Back of the board To MAIN P813

N/C

P702

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Power Supply Basic Operation


AC Voltage is supplied to the SMPS Board at Connector SC101 from the AC Input assembly. Rectified by the Bridge rectifier D101 generates a primary B+. The Power factor circuit generates a Primary supply which can be read at Fuse F301 and F302 160V. This primary voltage is routed through T901 and routed to the Standby 5V supply. The STBY5V ( p y g g y pp y (standby) is y) B+ for the Controller chip on the back of the board (IC701) on the SMPS and output at P813 pins 13 and 14 then sent to the Main board for Microprocessor (IC101) operation (STBY 3.46V RUN 5.16V). The Main board will receive +5V_ST (STBY 3.46V RUN 5.16V) which is sent to the +3.3V_ST regulator IC500. The 3.3V_ST is used by the Micro circuitry. When the Microprocessor (IC101) on the Main Board receives a POWER ON Command from either the Power button or th R the Remote IR Si t Signal, it outputs a hi h (2 22V) called RL ON at Pin 15 of P813. This command causes the R l Ci it l t t high (2.22V) ll d RL_ON t Pi f P813 Thi d th Relay Circuit to close RL103 which allows the primary voltage to the PFC circuit (Power Factor Controller) to rise to 390V which can be read measuring voltage at Fuses F301 and F302 from Hot Ground. AC Detection (AC Det) is generated on the SMPS, by rectifying a small sample of the A/C Line and routed to the Controller (IC701) where it outputs at P813 pin 16 (4.15V) and sent to P601 to the Main Board where it is sensed by the Audio Processor IC700 pin 23. When RL ON arrives the run voltage +5V source becomes active and is sent out P813 (5 16V at pin 5 6 and 7) to the RL_ON arrives, (5.16V 5, Main Board P501. The (Error Det) from the SMPS Board to the Main Board can be measured at pin 8 of P813 (3.39V STBY and 4.89V RUN), but it is not used. The RL-ON command also turns on the 17V (Audio B+ 17V) which is also sent to the Main Board. The 17V Audio supply outputs to the Main board at P813 pins 1 and 2 and used for Audio processing and amplification by IC700. The next step is for the Microprocessor IC101 on the Main Board to output a high (3.29V) on M_ON Line to the SMPS at P813 Pin 17 which is sensed by the Controller IC701, turning on the M5V line and outputs at P811 pins 6 to the Z-SUS board. The Controller (IC701) also uses the M_ON line to turn on the VA and the VS supplies. (Note there is no VS On Command in this t) i thi set). VS i output at P811 t th Z SUS b d P7 (VA pins 5 and VS pins 1 and 2) N t Th V i f is t t t to the Z-SUS board P7. i d i d 2). Note: The Va is fused on th d the Z-SUS then routed out P3 to the Z-SUB and then out P203 to P312 to the X-Board Right. VS is also routed out of the Z-SUS P2 pins 6 and 7 to the Y-SUS P206. AUTO GND Pin 18 of P813: This pin is grounded on the Main board. When it is grounded, the Controller (IC701) works in the normal mode, meaning it turns on the power supply via commands sent from the Main board. When AUTO GND is floated (opened) it pulls up and places the Controller (IC701) into the Auto mode In this state the Controller turns on the (opened), mode. state, power supply in stages automatically. A load is necessary to perform a good test of the SMPS if the Main board is suspect.

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42PW350 Television Turn On Sequence


F301 F302
In Stand-By Primary side is 160V In Run (Relay On) Primary side is 390V

(SMPS)
3rd
9

AC In

5V Generation
STBY 5V Reg
STBY 3.46V RUN 5.16V RL On

Vs Reg

VS

1
AC Det

Relay RL On

+5V Regulator 17V Reg

1st

M5V Reg

M5V VA

nd

Va Reg

8
VS

VS

AC Det.

Stand By Error Det. 5V

M5V 7
5V 17V

M5V

6
RL On Not Used

M_On

Y-SUS
5VFG Reg 18V Reg

VS VA M5V VS M5V

Z-SUB
VA 8 VA

Y DRIVE

Z-SUS
18V M5V

VA

5
17V IC507 Audio 5V_TU IC700

7
At point 3 TV is in Stand-By state. It is Energy Star Compliant. Less than 1 Watt

FG5V Floating Gnd 7

If Missing Audio Mutes IC700 Audio Amp

Error Det. Not Used

M5V

18V

CONTROL
3.3V Reg 7 8 7 3.3V 8

+5V to IC506 +3.3V Reg All EDID ICs


3.3VST

3.3V

Va

3.3V Reg IC500


SOC_Reset R200/C142

5 Error Relay Det. On Microprocessor M_On 7 4

MAIN Board
Power On

X Board Va Left
STBY 5V

X Board Right

2 4 65

IC101

Remote or Key Pad

Front IR / Soft Touch Key Pad Board


Power Key

Remote Power Key

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Power Supply Va and Vs Adjustments


Important: The Power Supply adjustments Must be performed First before any Must First other adjustments. Important: Use the Panel Label Not this book for all voltage adjustments. Use Full White Raster White Wash For all Adjustments.
Example Voltage Label
VA VR502 VS VR901

Vs V TP Pin 1 or 2 Va TP Pin 6 or 7

Vs Adjust: Place voltmeter on VS TP. Adjust VR901 until the reading matches your Panels label. Va Adjust: Place voltmeter on VA TP. Adjust VR502 until the reading matches your Panels label.

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42PW350 Power Supply Static Test with Light Bulb Load


Using two 100 Watt light bulbs, attach one end to Vs and the other end to ground. Apply AC to SC101. If the light bulbs turn on and VS is the correct voltage, allow the SMPS to run for several minutes to be sure it will operate under load. If this test is successful and all other voltages are generated, you can be fairly assured the power supply is OK. Note: To be 100% sure, you would need to read the current handling capabilities of each power supply listed on the silk screen on the SMPS and place each supply voltage under the appropriate load.
Note: Always test the SMPS under a load using the 2 light bulbs. Abnormal operational conditions may result if not loaded.

F301 4A/250V
STBY 160V RUN 390V

2
VS Supply

or

Pins
100W

P811
VS TP VA TP

VS

CURRENT LABEL
XP5 42T3 INPUT: 100~240V ~ 50/60Hz 3.2A 17V: 17V = 1.0A 5.1V: 5.1V = 3.0A STBY5V: 5V = 1.0A VS: 199-203V = 1.3A VA: 55V = 1.5A M5V: 5.1V = 2.5A PDP Module Max: 210W

F302 2.5A/250V
L602
STBY 160V RUN 390V

VR901 VS Adj

VA Supply

VR502 VA Adj

100W

Gnd

P811
T901
5V Supply

P811
L601

Check Pins 1 or 2 for Vs voltage Check Pins 5 for Va voltage Check Pins 6 for M5V voltage P813

LG Electronics

SMPS P/N: EAY62170901


RL103

17V Supply

P702
F101 10A/250V

P813

Check Pins 1 or 2 For 17V (17V) Check Pin 5,6 and 7 for (+5.22V) Check Pin 8 for Error Det (4.95V) Check Pins 13 or 14 for 5V SBY (5.22V) Check Pin 16 for AC Det (4.96V)

SC101

Note: To turn on the Power Supply; 1) With Main Board connected, press power. 2) Without Main Board connected SMPS will turn on automatically. Any time AC is applied to the SMPS, STBY 5V will be 3.46V and will be 5.14V when the set turns on. AC DET WILL NOT be present until set comes on, if missing it will mute the audio. Error line WILL NOT be present until set comes on, but its not used.

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Power Supply Static Test (Forcing on the SMPS in stages)


WARNING: Remove AC when adding or removing any plug or resistor. TEST CONDITIONS: Connector going to the Z-SUS P811 is disconnected. P601 on the Main board disconnected (coming in on P813). Use the holes on the connector P501 (Main Board side) to insert the resistors or jumper leads. Connect (2) 100 Watt light bulbs in series between VS and Ground. When the supply is operational in its normal state the Auto Ground line at Pin 18 of P813 is held at ground by the Main Board. This Power Supply can be powered on sequentially to test the Controller Chip IC701 operational capabilities and for troubleshooting purposes. By disconnecting P501 on the Main board, pin 18 is opened. To return the SMPS to the normal state for the Static Test procedure, this pin must be grounded. (See first step A below). Note: Leave previous installed 100 resistor in place when adding the next resistor.

(A) Ground the Auto Gnd Line (Pin 18) will allow the supply to be powered up one section at a time. (B) Add a 100 watt resistor from 5V Standby to RL_ON and the 17V and 5V Run Lines on P813 will become active Also AC-Det and active. Error_Det will go high. (C) Add a 100 watt resistor from any 5V line to M_ON (Monitor On) to make the M5V, VS and VA lines operational. P811 (VS pins 1 and 2) (VA pins 5) and the (M5V pins 6) 6).

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P813 SMPS Connector Identification, Voltages and Diode Check


P813 "SMPS" to P601 "Main" Pin 18 17 16 15 13-14 9-12 8 5-7 3-4 1_2 1 2
ac e

Label Auto_Gnd
b

STBY Gnd 0V 0V 0V 3.46V Gnd 3.39V 0V Gnd 0V

Run Gnd 3.29V 4.15V 4 15V 2.22V 5.16V Gnd 4.89V 5.16V Gnd 17V

No Load 4.87V 0V 4.95V 4 95V 0V 5.2V Gnd 4.94V 5.2V Gnd 17V

Diode Check OL OL OL OL OL Gnd OL 2.38V Gnd OL

P813

M_ON AC Det

ad a

RL_ON

STBY_5V Gnd Error_Det


a

5.1V

Gnd
a

17V

a Note: The 17V, 5V, AC_Det and Error Det turn on when the RL_On command arrives. b Note: The M5V, Va and Vs turn on when the M_On (Monitor On) command arrives. c Note: The Error Det line is not used in this model. d Note: If the AC Det line is Missing the Audio will Mute. Missing, Mute e Note: Pin 18 is grounded on the Main board. If this line is floated, the SMPS turns on

Automatically when AC is applied.

Note: This connector has two rows of pins. Even on bottom row. Odd on top row.

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P811 & SC101 SMPS Connector Identification, Voltages and Diode Check
SC101 AC INPUT Connector SC101 Pin Number L and N Standby 120VAC Run 120VAC Diode Mode Open

P811

P811 "Power Supply" to P7 "Z-SUS" Pin 1~2 n/c Label Vs n/c Gnd Va M5V Run *200V n/c Gnd *55V 55V 5.06V Diode Check OL n/c Gnd OL 2.39V

Vs TP

3~4 5
1

* Note: Voltages vary according to the Panel Label

Va TP

Z-SUS routes Va to the Z-SUS and then to the Bottom X-Right. Vs routed to Y-SUS from P2 on the Z-SUS. M5V routed through Z-SUS to Control board and to Y-SUS.`

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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Z-SUS SECTION
This Section of the Presentation will cover troubleshooting the Z-SUS Board Assembly. Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the circuit and be able to locate voltage and diode mode test points needed for troubleshooting and all alignments. Note: The Z-SUS can run Stand-Alone in the 42T3 Panel Models.

LOCATIONS: DC Voltage and Waveform Test Points


Z BIAS Alignment Diode Mode Test Points

OPERATIONAL VOLTAGES:
Power Supply Supplied VS M5V VA
Also Routed to Y-SUS Board. Also Routed to the Y-SUS and to the Control Board. Not used by the Z-SUS but Routed to the Z-SUB and then to the Right X-Board X-Board.

Y-SUS Supplied Developed on Z-SUS

18V Routed through Control Board Z Bias

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Z-SUS Block Diagram


Y-SUS Board
18V M5V

Simplified Block Diagram of Z-SUS (Sustain) Board

Power Supply Board


VS, M5V and ERR_COM VS, VA and M5V

Control Board
M5V

Z-SUB
Via 2 FPC Flexible Printed Circuits

VA

18V

Z-SUS board receives VS and M5V SMPS and 18V from the Control board

Receives Logic Signals

PDP Display Generates G t Z Bias 125V Panel

Circuits generate erase, sustain waveforms


NO IPMs

FET Makes Drive waveform


VA VA

X-Board Left

X-Board Right

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Z-SUS Board Component Identification

P/N EBR68342001

P7 In on this Connector: VS, M5V and VA

P2 VS, M5V to Y SUS. Y-SUS. Also Error Com

Z-Bias VR1

Top Two Pins are VA Z-Bias TP R151

P4

No IPMs Z-SUS Waveform Test Point J17

In on this Connector: M5V from SMPS to the Y-SUS generates +18V. M5V and 18V are routed through the Control board. Logic Signals generated on the Control board.

P6 from Control

Z-SUS Waveform W f Development and output FETs

P3 P3 To Z-SUB

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42PW350 Z-SUS Layout Drawing


Example:

Model : PDP 42T3### Voltage Setting: 5V/ Va:55/ Vs:200 N.A. / -200 / N.A. / N.A. / 125

FS2 VA

Z-Bias
P2 Connector Z-SUS to Y-SUS P206
Pin 1~4 5 6~7 8 9~11 12 Label ERROR n/c VS n/c Gnd M5V Run 102V n/c 200V n/c Gnd 5.06V Diode Check OL n/c OL n/c Gnd 1.03V

P2
P7
7A/125V FS3 (M5V)

VR1 Vzbias
FS1/FS2: Diode Check OL: Connected or Disconnected FS3: Diode Check 0.76V: Connected 1.03V: Disconnected

10A/125V Vzbias TP R151


Top 2 Pins are VA

*VS Varies with Panel Label P7 Connector Z-SUS to SMPS P811


Pin 1~2 n/c 3~4 5 6 Label *VS n/c Gnd *VA M5V Run 200V n/c Gnd 55V 5.06V Diode Check OL n/c Gnd OL 1.03V

P4

FS1 VS

Z-SUS P/N: EBR68342001


6.3A/250V

*VS/VA Varies by Panel Label P6 Connector Z-SUS to Control P2


Pin 1~3 4~5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Label 15V M5V Y-OE CTRL_OE VZ_CON GND ZBIAS N/C ZSUSDN Gnd ZSUSUP Gnd Run
18.2V 5.06V 0.05V Gnd 3.25V Gnd 1.92V Gnd 0.79V Gnd 0.22V Gnd

Diode Check 2.18V 1.03V OL Gnd OL Gnd OL OL OL Gnd OL Gnd

18V J1

5V J28

R1 Y-OE

The Z-SUS will run stand alone. Disconnect P2 to the Y-SUS. Disconnect P105 on CTL. Board. Jump 17V from the SMPS J2 (just left of P813) to Z-SUS J1 (just above P6) connector. Ground Y-OE Z-SUS (bottom R1). Output Waveform J17 (281V p/p).

Z-SUS Waveform
J17

P6

P3

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Z-SUS Waveform
The Z-SUS (in combination with the Y-SUS) generates a SUSTAIN Signal and an ERASE PULSE g g for generating SUSTAIN and DISCHARGE in the Panel. This waveform is supplied to the Z-SUB through P3 and P4 and then to the panel through two FPC (Flexible Printed Circuit) connections P201 and P202.
Reset

577V p/p
Y Drive Waveform W f Oscilloscope Connection Point. J17 to check Z Output waveform. Z Drive Di Waveform Right Hand Side Center. (Vzb) Z Bias VR1 manipulates the offset of this waveform segment. Vzb voltage *125V 1V (*See Your Label)

230V p/p

100V per/div 100uSec p

TIP: The Z-Bias (VZB) Adjustment is a DC level adjustment. This is only to show the effects of Z-Bias on the waveform. TIP: To help lock the scope when capturing the Z-SUS Waveform, us the VS_DA VS DA TP on the Control Board for an External Clock. Clock This Waveform is just for reference to observe the effects of Zbz adjustment

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VZB (Z-Bias) VR1 Adjustment


Read the Voltage Label on the panel when adjusting Top Right of Z-SUS Board

VZB (Z Bias) VR1

VZB VR1

VZB (Z Bias) TP (Z-Bias) R151

LOCATION

Set should run for 15 minutes, this is the Heat Run mode. Set screen to White Wash mode or 100 IRE White input. All SMPS adjustments should have been completed. 1. Place DC Volt meter between VZB TPs. 2. Adjust VZB (Z Bias) VR1 in accordance with your Panels voltage label.

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Z-SUS Board Fuse Identification

P/N EBR68342001

FS2 VA Fuse 10A / 125V FS3 M5V Fuse 7A / 125V FS1 VS Fuse 6.3A / 250V

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P7 Connector to SMPS P811 Voltages and Diode Checks


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements

P7 "Z-SUS" to "SMPS" P811 Pin 1~2 3~4 5 6 Label +Vs Gnd +Va M5V Run *200V Gnd *55V 5.06V Diode Check OL Gnd OL 1.03V

P2 Location: Top Left

Pin 1

* Note: Varies according to Panel Label

There are no Stand-By voltages on this connector

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P2 Connector to Y-SUS P206 Voltages and Diode Checks


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements

P2 "Z-SUS" to "Y-SUS" P206 Pin 1~4 5 6~7 8 9~11 12 Label n/c +Vs n/c Gnd M5V Run n/c *200V n/c Gnd 5.06V Diode Check OL n/c OL n/c Gnd 1.03V ER_PASS 98V~102V

P2 Location: Top Left

Pin 1

* Note: This voltage will vary in accordance with Panel Label

There are no Stand-By voltages on this connector

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P6 Connector to Control P2 Voltages and Diode Checks


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements

P6 "Z-SUS Board" to P2 "Control" Pin 1~3 4~5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Label (+15V) M5V Y-OE CTRL_OE VZ_CON VZ CON Gnd ZBIAS n/c ZSUSDN Gnd ZSUSUP Gnd Run 18.2V 5.06V 0.05V Gnd 3.25V 3 25V Gnd 1.92V n/c 0.79V Gnd 0.22V Gnd Diode Check 2.18V 1.03V OL Gnd OL Gnd OL OL OL Gnd OL Gnd

Location Bottom Left hand side

Pin 1

There are no Stand-By voltages on this connector


Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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Testing the Z-SUS without the Y-SUS (Stand-Alone)


This procedure will test the Z-SUS, Power Supply and Control board without the Y-SUS. (1) Disconnect P206 Tip: On SMPS just to the left of P813. Use jumper J2 for 17V.

(1) Jump 17V (J2) SMPS to J1 on the Z-SUS

(2) Ground Y-OE (Bottom of R1)

(1) Disconnect P813

(4) Check J17 for 281V p/p Leave P6 to P2 connected (1) Disconnect P101

(3) Apply AC

Tip: Disconnect P206 on Y SUS Jump Only M5V to the Y SUS (Not VS). If this brings up the 18V on P101 pins Y-SUS. Only Y-SUS VS) 24~27, then leave P101 connected. There will be no need to jump 17V to the Z-SUS.

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Y-SUS BOARD SECTION

(Overview)

p/n: EBR68341901

Y-SUS Board develops the V-Scan drive signal to the Y-Drive boards. This Section of the Presentation will cover alignment and troubleshooting the Y-SUS Board for the Single Scan Plasma. Upon completion of the Section the technician will have a better understanding of the operation of the circuit and will be able to locate voltage and Diode mode test points needed for troubleshooting and alignments alignments. Adjustments DC Voltage and Waveform Checks Diode Mode Measurements Operating Voltages
Z-SUS Supplied From SMPS Y-SUS Developed VS Supplies the Panels Horizontal Electrodes. (Routed from the Z-SUS board). M5V S Supplies Bi t Y SUS (Also routed to the Control Board then Z-SUS). li Bias to Y-SUS. (Al t d t th C t l B d th Z SUS) -VY VR502 V SET UP VR601 V SET DN VR401 18V / VSC Floating Ground FG 5V FG 15V -VY Sets the Negative excursion of Reset in the Drive Waveform. SET UP sets amplitude of the Top Ramp of Reset in the Drive Waveform. SET DOWN sets the Pitch of the Bottom Ramp for Reset in the Waveform. Used internally to develop the Y-Drive signal. (Also routed to the Control Board Y Drive signal then routed to the Z-SUS board). Note: There is no VSC or 18V adjustment on this model.

Used on the Y-Drive board (Measured from Floating Gnd) Used in the Development of the Y-Drive Waveform (Measured from Floating Gnd)

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Y-SUS Block Diagram


Power Supply Board - SMPS
Distributes Vs, M5V, Va

Distributes Va

Z-SUS Board

Z-SUB

Simplified Block Diagram of Y-Sustain Board Y-SUS Board


Receive M5V, Vs from Z-SUS

Distributes Vs, M5V Distributes 18V / M5V Distributes M5V

Control Board
Distributes 18V

M5V

VS

Circuits generate Y-Sustain Waveform

Generates Vsc and -Vy From VS by DC/DC Converters Also controls Set Up/Down
M5V

Distributes 3.3V

Distributes VA

FETs amplify Y-Sustain Waveform

Generates Floating Ground g 5V & 15V by DC/DC Converter Also 18V by same DC/DC
FG5V

Right X Board

Left X Board
Logic signals needed to scan the panel

Y-Drive Board
Receives Scan Waveform
Logic signals needed to generate drive waveform

Display Panel

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Y-SUS Board Layout


p/n: EBR68341901 P206 M5V, VS and ERR_COM from Z-SUS

All Floating Gnd P213


To Y D i T Y-Drive

VR601 Set Up

1~10 Floating Gnd 11~12 FG5V VR502 -Vy 1~2 Y-SCAN 3~4 3 4 VPP 6~12 Scan Data P212 C213

-Vy TP

VR401 Set Up

18V (pins 28~30) to Control for Z-SUS M5V (pins 24-27) for both Ribbon

P211 Logic Signals to Y-Drive Board FS501 (18V) 2A/125V

P101

Logic Signals from the Control Board

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42PW350 Y-SUS Layout Drawing


TIP: You can run FG supplies and 18V Remove All Connectors. Short OE (J73) to Gnd. Supply any 5V to the Y-SUS and Gnd. Use J35 or J13 as M5V TP.
There are Chocolate pieces between the Y-SUS and the Panel. Be sure to return them to there correct location if they should fall off when removing the Y-SUS.

Example:

P206

Model : PDP 42T3### Voltage Setting: 5V/ Va:55/ Vs:200 N.A. / -200 / N.A. / N.A. / 125

-Vy
P206 Y-SUS to Z-SUS P2
Pin 1~4 5 6~7 8 9~11 12 Label ERROR n/c VS n/c Gnd M5V Run 102V n/c 200V n/c Gnd 5.03V Diode Check OL n/c OL n/c Gnd 1.15V

P213 Connector Y-SUS to Y-Drive P101


Pin 1~12 Label Floating Gnd Run FGnd Diode Check FGnd

P213

Y-SUS P/N: EBR68341901

P101 Y-SUS to Control P105


Pin Label 15V 5V Gnd Dummy2 Y-OE PC ER_DN DATA_PRE ER_UP SC_A RAMP_UP STB RAMP_BLK CLK SUS_DN DUMMY_3 DUMMY_1 DUMMY_4 SUS_UP_0 CTRL_OE RAMP_DN Gnd Run 18.2V 4.94V Gnd 2.14V 0.03V 1.84V 0.5V 0.01V 0.3V 1.45V 0.22V 1.5V 1.07V 0.6V 2.71V 2.14V 1.07V 1.35V 0.75V 0.11V 2.17V Gnd Diode Check 1.13V 1.15V Gnd OL 2.02V OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL Gnd

VR601 Set-Up

28~30 24~27 20~23 19 18 17

P212 Connector Y-SUS to Y-Drive P102


Pin 1~10 11~12 Label Floating Gnd FG5V Run FGnd 5.06V Diode Check FGnd 1.57V

Use Left leg of C213 for Y-Drive TP. Y-Drive board removed 470Vp/p

16

With Y-Drive board 485Vp/p

-Vy TP R201 VR401 Set-Dn


T501
18V J55 M5V J13 OE J73

15 14 13

P211 "Y-SUS" to "Y-Drive" P106


Pin Label Run Diode Check OL OL OL FG 1.46V 1.46V 1.54V 1.46V 1.54V FG 1~2 VSC (Y-Scan) 146.2V 3~4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 VPP 145V

FG15V J66 FG5V J54

-Vy Adj VR502


D502 D503 FG D506 FS501 18V
M5V J35

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

n/c
SUS_DN (FG) CLK STB OC1 DATA OC2 SUS_DN (FG)

n/c
FG 0.92V 2.24V 2.26V 0V 2.8V FG

P212
Scan

C213
T502

P211

Black Lead on FG (Floating Gnd)

Back of Board D508 FG15V Source IC508 FG5V Source

D506 18V Source P101 D502 -Vy Source 200V D503 VSC Source 146V

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-VY Adjustment

CAUTION: Use the actual panel label and not the book for exact voltage settings. This is just for example

These are DC level Voltage Adjustments. They are generated when the VS voltage arrives on the board board.

PROCEDURE: Set should run for 15 minutes, this is the Heat Run mode. Set screen to White Wash. 1) Adjust Vy VR502 to Panels Label voltage (+/- 1V)
Location: Bottom Center of board Just Left of Transformer T501

-Vy

VR502 -VY ADJ

-Vy TP R201

Voltages Reads Positive Note: There is no VSC adjustment in this model. Location: Bottom Center of board Just above Transformer T501

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Y-Drive Signal Overview


Y-Drive Test Point (Under 2nd Buffer from Top)

Note, this TP (VS_DA) can be used as an External Trigger for scope when locking onto the Y-Drive (Scan) or the Z-Drive signal.

NOTE: The Waveform Test Points are fragile. If by accident the land is torn and the run lifted, make sure there are no lines left to right in the screen picture. There are several other test points on either the Upper or Lower Y-Drive boards that can be used. Basically any output pin on any of the FPC to the panel are OK to use.

This signal can also be used to help lock the scope when observing the LVDS video signals.

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Observing (Capturing) the Y-Drive Signal for Set Up Adjustment


Fig 1: Fi 1 As an example of how to lock in to the Y-Drive Waveform. Fig 1 shows the signal locked in at 2ms per/div. Note the 2 blanking sections. j pointed out within the Waveform The area for adjustment is p Fig 2: At 200uSec per/division, the area of the waveform to use for SET-UP or SET-DN is now becoming clear. Now only one blanking signal is present present. Fig 3: At 100us per/div the area for adjustment of SET-UP or SET-DN is i now easier t recognize. It is outlined within th W i to i i tli d ithi the Waveform. f st large signal to the right of blanking. Remember, this is the 1 y p per/division, the TIP: If you expand to 40uSec p adjustment for: SET-UP can be made using VR601 and the SET-DN can be made using VR401. It will make this adjustment easier if you use the Expanded scope Expanded mode of your scope.
Set must be in WHITE WASH All other DC Voltage adjustments should have already been made.
Area to expand Blanking Adjustment Area Area to p expand

Adjustment Area

FIG1 2mS
Blanking

FIG2 200uS
Expanded from above

FIG3 100uS 155V p/p


Expanded from above

Area for Set Up Set-Up adjustment Blanking

Area for Set-Dn adjustment

195 uSec

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Set Up and Set Down Adjustments

Set must be in WHITE WASH All other DC Voltage adjustments should have already been made.

Observe the Picture while making these adjustments Normally they do not have to be done adjustments. Normally, done. ADJUSTMENT LOCATION: Center Right of the board. A Y-Drive Test Point Under U d 2nd B ff f Buffer from top t VR601 Waveform TP on the Y-Drive Board

SET-UP ADJUST: 1) Adjust VR601 and set the (A) portion of the signal to match the waveform above. (155V p/p 5V) B VR401 ADJUSTMENT LOCATION: Bottom Right Just above P101 SET-DN ADJUST: 2) Adjust VR401 and set the (B) time of the signal to match the waveform above. (195uSec 5uSec) TIP: To help lock the scope when capturing the Y-SUS W Y SUS Waveform, us the VS_DA TP on the Control f th VS DA th C t l Board for an External Clock.

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Set Up or Down Adjustment Extremes


Set Up swing is Minimum 146V Max 204V p/p Set Dn swing is Minimum 146uSec Max 206uSec Back Porch Normal 155V Too Low 146V

Too Short 146uSec Normal 195uSec

Back B k Porch Too High 204V Normal 155V Floor 206uSec 200V off the Floor th Fl

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Y-SUS Board Troubleshooting Y-Scan


Caution: Do not use C213 for adjustments on the Y-Scan signal. This is just a Test Point for board operation. TIP: Use C213 Right leg to test for V-Scan signal when the Y-Drive board is removed

Y-SUS Board develops the Y-Scan drive signal to the Y-Drive board The Y-SUS (Y Scan) signal can be Y Drive board. Y SUS (Y-Scan) tested on the left leg of C213 if the Y-Drive board is defective and has to be removed. (Check for 470V p/p)

C213 Left Leg Y-SCAN

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P213 Y-SUS Board Connector to P101 Y-Drive (Floating Ground)

P101

P213

All pins are Floating Ground.

Y-Drive Board

Y-SUS Board

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P212 Y-SUS Board Connector to P102 Y-Drive (Floating Ground 5V)


P212 "Y-SUS" to "Y-Drive" P102

Y-Drive Y Drive Board

Y-SUS Y SUS Board

Pin 1~10 11~12

Label FGnd FG5V

Run FGnd 5.06V

Diode Check FGnd 1.63V Black Lead Floating Gnd

Diode Check FGnd 0.56V Red Lead Floating Gnd

Pins 1~10 Floating Ground

Floating Ground 15V TP

P211

Note: Pin 1 is at the top. FG5V (4.9V) measured from Pins 11 or 12 to Floating Gnd.

Floating Ground 5V TP G d

P102

For Floating Ground, use any pin on P213. g , yp

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P211 Y-SUS Board to Y-Drive P106 Logic Signals Explained


P211 Connector

Pin

Label

Pins 7~11

1~2 VSC (Y-Scan) 3 4 3~4


P211

VPP

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

n/c
SUS_DN (FG) CLK C STB OC1 DATA OC2 SUS_DN (FG)
These signals look very similar due to the fact they are read from Chassis Gnd, but they are actually Floating Ground related. DO NOT hook scope Gnd to Floating Gnd TP without an Isolation Transformer. ith t I l ti T f

(4mSec per/div)

All logic pins about (420V p/p)

Y-Drive Board

P106

Y-SUS Board

Pins 7~11 are Logic (Drive) Signals to the Y-Drive Upper.

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P211 Y-SUS Connector Diode Mode Testing


P106 P211 Measurements taken from Floating Gnd. For Floating Ground use any pin on P213.
P211 "Y-SUS" to "Y-Drive" P106 Pin 1~2 1 2 3~4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Label VSC (Y S (Y-Scan) ) VPP Run 146.2V 146 2V 145V Diode Check OL OL OL FG 1.46V 1.46V 1.54V 1.46V 1.54V FG

n/c
SUS_DN SUS DN (FG) CLK STB OC1 DATA OC2 SUS_DN (FG)

n/c
FG 0.92V 2.24V 2.26V 0V 2.8V FG

Y Drive Y-Drive Board

Y SUS Y-SUS Board

12

Black Lead on FG (Floating Gnd)

Y-Drive Board should be DISCONNECTED for the Diode Mode test. f th Di d M d t t

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode. Mode

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Y-SUS Floating Ground (FG 15V, FG 5V) and 18V Checks and Test
TIP: Some Circuit components are on the back of the board. To Test these voltages, remove the board completely, supply Ground and any 5V supply Y-SUS. Ground OE Jumper J73.

These voltages are generated when the M5V arrives on the board.
Floating Ground checks must be made from Floating Ground. Use any pin on P213.

FG 15V J66 D506 Cathode Run: 18.2V Diode Check 1.13V 1 13V D506 18.2V

FG 5V J54

Location T502

J73 OE

Location Back Side of Board Source FG15V (Floating Ground 15V) D508 cathode. Source FG5V (Floating Ground 5V) FG15V is i regulated d l t d down to 5V b IC508. t by IC508

Must be grounded to test FG5, FG15V and 18V with only 5V applied to board.

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Y-SUS 18V Fuse Information


Location

FS501
( (18V) ) 2A/125V

FS501 Protects 18V line (created by D506 and T502). 18V is used on the Y-SUS and leaves the Y-SUS on P101 pins 28~30 to the Control Board. Then leaves the Control board on P2 pins 13~15 and goes to the Z-SUS arriving on P201 pins 1~3. Diode Check with Board Connected. 0.85V Black lead on Chassis Ground. Diode Check with Board Disconnected. 0.5V Red Lead on Chassis Gnd 1.13V 1 13V Black Lead on Chassis Gnd

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P206 Y-SUS Voltage and Diode Mode Measurement


P206 "Y-SUS" to "Z-SUS" P2 Y-SUS Z-SUS Pin 1~4 5 6~7 8 9~11 12 Label ER_PASS n/c +Vs n/c Gnd M5V Run 98V~102V n/c *200V n/c Gnd 5.06V Diode Check OL n/c OL n/c Gnd 1.15V

P206

* Note: These voltages will vary in accordance with Panel Label

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P101 Y-SUS to Control P101 Plug Voltage Checks


TIP: The ribbon does not come with a new Y-SUS or Control board. TIP: Use the Control Board (P101) side of this connector to make voltage readings readings.

There are No Stand By Voltages on this Connector

P101 "Y-SUS" to P105 "Control"

Pin 28~30 28 30 24~27 20~23 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12

Label +15V 15V +5V Gnd Dumy2 Y-OE PC ER_DN DATA_PRE ER_UP ER UP SC_A RAMP_UP

Run 18.2V 18 2V 4.94V Gnd 2.14V 0.03V 1.84V 0.5V 0.01V 0.3V 0 3V 1.45V 0.22V

Diode Check 1.13V 1 13V 1.15V Gnd OL 2.02V OL OL OL OL OL OL

Pin 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Label STB RAMP_BLK CLK SUS_DN DUMMY_3 DUMMY_1 DUMMY_4 SUS_UP_0 CTRL_OE CTRL OE RAMP_DN Gnd

Run 1.5V 1 5V 1.07V 0.6V 2.71V 2.14V 1.07V 1.35V 0.75V 0.11V 0 11V 2.17V Gnd

Diode Check OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL Gnd

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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Y-DRIVE BOARD SECTION (Y-Drive Explained) (YY-DRIVE BOARD

p/n: EBR68288401

The 42PW350 uses 8 Driver ICs on one Y-Drive Board commonly called Y-Drive Buffers but are actually Gate Arrays. Y-Drive Board works as a path supplying the Sustain and Reset waveforms which are made in the Y-Sustain board and sent to the Panel through Scan Driver ICs. The Y-Drive Boards receive a waveform developed on the Y-SUS board then selects the horizontal electrodes sequentially starting at the top and scanning down the panel. Scanning is synchronized by receiving Logic scan signals from the Control board.

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Y-Drive Board Layout


Key Points of interest are; There are 6 FPC (Flexible Ribbon Cables) connecting the Y-Drive board to the Panel. These FPC connect to a total of 1080 individual electrodes determining Vertical resolution. l t d d t i i V ti l l ti Floating Ground is delivered to the Y-Drive board via all 3 connectors. P101 is only FG. Y-Scan and VPP are d li YS d delivered to the Y-Drive d t th Y D i board by P106. The Y-Drive board operates from Floating Ground, (no reference to Chassis Gnd). However, when reading the Y-Drive Waveform with a scope, use chassis ground only. Floating Gnd 5V can be measured across C18 or C523 surface mount electrolytic capacitors or f t l t l ti it Fuse FL1 next to P102.

Y-DRIVE BOARD
P101 All Pins Floating Ground

P102 top 10 pins FG Bottom 2 pins FG5V P106 Top 2 pin Y-Scan Pins 10~9 VPP 10 9 Pins 1~6 Logic (Scan Control signals

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Y-Drive Diode Check Scan and FG


This checks the output Buffers or the input side of the board.
PANEL SIDE Y-SUS Y SUS SIDE

FG5V TP
Any Connector to the Panel (Buffer Output TP) Front Side C18 + FL1

P101 Floating Gnd

Diode Mode Reading from Floating Ground Scan Signal TP OL with Red Lead on Scan 1.13V with Black Lead on Scan VPP Signal TP OL with Red Lead on Scan 0.67V with Black Lead on Scan

P102

P106

VPP TP Y-Scan TP

FG5V TP (P106 pins 2 and 3) OL with Red Lead on Scan 0.53V with Black Lead on Scan Any Output Buffer TP OL with Red Lead on Scan 0.80V with Black Lead on Scan

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Y-Drive Buffer Troubleshooting


You can Check for a shorted Buffer output using this check.
Any connector going to the Panel. BACK SIDE FRONT SIDE
6 Ribbon cables communicating with the Panels (Horizontal Panel s Electrodes) totaling 1080 lines determining the Panels Vertical resolution pixel count.

Using the Diode Test on the DVM, check the pins for shorts or abnormal loads.
BUFFER IC (FGnd)

RED LEAD On Floating Ground White outline on Left

BLACK LEAD On ANY Output Lug Reads 0.80V

BLACK LEAD On RED LEAD On ANY Floating Ground Output Lug Reads Open Indicated by white outline

Any of these output lugs can be checked from floating ground. Look for shorts indicating a defective Buffer IC

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Removing (Panel) Flexible Ribbon Cables from Y-Drive Upper or Lower Flexible Ribbon Cables shown may be different, but process is the same.
To remove the Ribbon Cable from the connector first carefully lift the Locking Tab from the back and tilt it forward ( lift from under the tab as shown in Fig 1). The locking tab must be standing straight up as shown in Fig 2. Lift up the entire Ribbon Cable gently to release the Tabs on each end. (See Fig 3) Gently slide the Ribbon Cable free from the connector. connector
Be sure ribbon tab is released By lifting the ribbon up slightly, before removing ribbon.

Gently Pry Up Here

Locking tab in upright position

Fig 1

Fig 2

Fig 3

To reinstall the Ribbon Cable, carefully slide it back into the slot see ( Fig 3 ), be sure the Tab is seated securely and press the Locking Tab back to the locked position see ( Fig 2 then Fig 1).

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Incorrectly Seated Y-Drive Flexible Ribbon Cables


The Ribbon Cable is clearly improperly seated into the connector. You can tell by observing the line of the connector compared to the FPC, they should be parallel. p The Locking Tab will offer a greater resistance to closing in the case. Note the cable is crooked. In this case the Tab on the Ribbon cable was improperly seated at the top. This can cause bars, lines, i t t Thi b li intermittent li itt t lines abnormalities in the picture. Remove the ribbon cable and re-seat it correctly re seat correctly.

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P101 Y-Drive to Y-SUS P213 (Floating Ground)

P101

P213

All pins are Floating Ground.

Y-Drive Board

Y-SUS Board

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P102 Y-Drive to Y-SUS P212 (Floating Ground 5V)


P102 "Y-Drive" to P212 "Y-SUS" Pin 12~3 1~2 Label FGnd FG5V Run FGnd 5.06V Diode Check FGnd OL Diode Check FGnd 0.53V Red Lead Floating Gnd

Y-Drive Y Drive Board

Y-SUS Y SUS Board

Black Lead Floating Gnd

Pins 1~10 Floating Ground

Note: Pin 1 is at the bottom. FG5V (4.9V) measured from Pins 1 or 2 to Floating Gnd. For Floating Ground, use any pin on P101. g , yp Floating Ground 5V TP
P102

P211

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P106 Y-Drive to Y-SUS P211 Y-Drive Logic Signals Explained


The purpose of the Logic Signals sent to the Y-Drive board are to address a specific gate out of the 8 y (Buffers) to allow the output of the Y-Drive signal. The Panel is scanned from the Top ( ) p g p (Gate Gate arrays ( 1) to the Bottom (Gate 1080) every frame.
P211 Connector

Pins 7~11

Pin 11~12 9~10 8

Label VSC (Y-Scan) VPP

n/c
SUS_DN (FG) CLK STB OC1 DATA OC2 SUS_DN (FG)

P211

(4mSec per/div)
These signals look very similar due to the fact they are read from Chassis Gnd, but they are actually Floating Ground related. DO NOT hook scope Gnd to Floating Gnd TP without an Isolation Transformer.

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

All logic pins about (420V p/p)

Pins 1~7 are Logic (Drive) Signals to the Y-Drive Upper. g ( ) g

Y-Drive Board

P106

Y-SUS Board

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P106 Y-Drive to Y-SUS P211 Connector Diode Mode Testing


Measurements taken from Floating Gnd. For Floating Ground use any pin on P101. P106 "Y-Drive" to P211 "Y-SUS" Pin 11 12 11~12 9~10 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Label VSC (Y Scan) (Y-Scan) VPP Run 146.2V 146 2V 145V Diode Check OL OL OL FG OL OL OL O OL 1.52V FG P106 P211

n/c
SUS_DN (FG) ( ) CLK STB OC1 DATA OC2 SUS_DN (FG)

n/c
FG 0.92V 2.24V 2.26V 0 0V 2.8V FG

Black Lead on FG (Floating Gnd)

Y Drive Y-Drive Board


Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode. Mode

Y SUS Y-SUS Board

Y-SUS Board should be DISCONNECTED for the Diode Mode test. f th Di d M d t t

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Y-Drive FG5V Fuse Information

P102

Location

FL1
(FG5V) 2A/125V / 5

FG1 Protects the Floating Ground 5V line (created by IC508 and T502 on the Y SUS board). FG5V is used on the Y Drive by all Y-SUS board) Y-Drive the Y-Drive Gate Arrays (Buffers). Diode Check with Board Connected. 1.33V 1 33V Black lead on Floating Ground. Ground Diode Check with Board Disconnected. 0.53V 0 53V Red Lead on Floating Gnd OL Black Lead on Floating Gnd

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CONTROL BOARD SECTION


This Section of the Presentation will cover troubleshooting the Control Board Assembly. Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the circuit and be able to locate voltage and diode mode test points needed for troubleshooting troubleshooting. DC Voltage and Waveform Test Points Diode Mode Test Points SIGNALS Main Board Supplied Control Board Generated Panel Control and LVDS (Video) Signals Y-SUS and Z-SUS Drive Signals (Sustain) X B d D i Si Board Drive Signals (RGB Add l Address) )

OPERATING VOLTAGES From the Y-SUS Supplied +5V (M5V) Developed on the SMPS +18V (Routed through the Control board to the Z-SUS) (Not used by the Control Board) +1.0V (IC703) for internal use 1.0V +1.8V (IC701) for internal use +3.3V (IC53) for internal use and for the X-Boards (TCPs)

p Developed on the Control Board

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Control Board Pictorial

p/n: EBR71200701 To Z-SUS

13~15 18V

P2

11~12 M5V

IC701

P105
1~3 (18V) 4~7 (M5V)
IC22 Serial Flash

D101 Should be blinking

IC101 DDR

IC703

VS_DA For E t F External Trigger lTi Pattern Generator For Panel Test

LVDS

P106

IC702

IC53

From IC53 3.3V

P107
To X-Left

P108
To X-Right

n/c (For ROM Updates)

P22 42PW350 Plasma

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With the unit on, if D1 is not on, check 5V supply. Note: In this set M5V is routed from the SMPS (P811 pin 6) to the Z-SUS (P205), from the Z-SUS to the Y-SUS, from the Y-SUS to the Control board, from Control to ZSUS, Pins 4~7 of P101. If present replace the Control Board. If missing, see (To Test Control Board) IC701 (1.8V Regulator) (1) Gnd (2) 1.8V (3) 3.31V Z-Drive Creation Signals M5V and 18V to Z-SUS IC701
3 2 1 2

CONTROL BOARD P/N: EBR71200701


DDR Memory
1.06V 3.27V

P2
4.94V

28~30 (18V) 24-27 (M5V)

1~3 (18V) 4-7 (M5V) Ribbon Cable Y-SUS and Y Drive Signals To Y-SUS

3.3V

1.8V

IC101

VS_DA

L1 IC703
1.05V 1.05V

3D-Sync Pin 50
3.48V p/p 60 Hz

IC703 (1.0V Core Regulator) ( 9) 1.92V (1) 4.94V (10) 1.06V (2) 0V (11) 1.06V (3) Gnd (12) 1.06V (4) Gnd (13) 6.1V (5) Gnd (14) 4.96V (6) 0.83V (15) 3.31V (7) 0.61V (16) 5V (8) 0.52V LVDS Video from Main

P105
IC22 Serial Flash
3 1 2

D1
1.8V On

P106

18V generated by D506 on Y-SUS IC22 (1) 3.25V (5) 3.28V (6) 0V (2) 0V (3) 3.27V (7) 3.27V (8) 3.31V (4) 0V IC11 (1) Gnd (2) 0V (3) 3.31V X1 Top: 1.6V Bottom: 1.7V 3.3V from IC53 Pins 41~43

IC702 MCM
3.31V

IC53
1 2 2 3

IC11 X1 25 MHz

Auto Gen

IC53 (3.3V Regulator) (1) 4.94V (2) 3.32V (3) Gnd

P107

3.3V from IC53 Pins 8~10

P108

P22 n/c
n/c Upgrades

TESTING THE CONTROL BOARD: Disconnect all connectors. Jump STBY 5V from SMPS P813 Pin 13 to pin 3 (top leg) of IC701 Apply AC and turn on the Set. Observe Control board LED D1, if its blinking, most likely Control board is OK.

3.3V and X-Drive Left RGB Signals

3.3V and X-Drive Right RGB Signals

IC53 Diode Check Pin 2 (3.3V) All Connectors Connected 0.52V Red Lead 0.31V Blk Lead All Connectors Removed 0.66V Red Lead 0.36V Blk Lead

NO VIDEO or ABNORMAL VIDEO: * If the complaint is no video running the Panel Test causes video to appear or appear normal, suspect the Main board or LVDS cable. Note: LVDS Cable must be removed for Auto Gen to work.

PANEL TEST: Disconnect P106 and Remove LVDS Cable. Short across Auto Gen TPs to generate a test pattern when A/C power is applied.

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Control Board Temperature Sensor Location (Chocolate)


Note: The temperature circuit not only protects the panel from overheating, but it also is responsible for manipulating the Y-Drive waveform as the panel changes temperature. temperature

Chocolate (Heat Transfer Material) Behind Control Board

Make sure the Chocolate (Heat Transfer Material) remains in place if the board is removed. It makes contact with the Panel and IC103 (Temperature Sensor)

IC103

Pin 1 IC103 04) 3.3V 03) Gnd 05) Gnd 02) Gnd 06) 3.3V 01) 3.3V ) ) CONTROL BOARD TEMPERATURE SENSOR LOCATION BACK SIDE OF THE BOARD

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VS_DA Test Point on the Control Board

This signal can also be used to help lock the scope when g observing the LVDS video signals. Note, this TP (VS_DA) (VS DA) can be used as an External Trigger for scope when locking onto the Y-Drive (Scan) or the Z-Drive signal.

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X1 Checking the Crystal Clock on the Control Board


Check the output of the Oscillator (Crystal) X1. The frequency of the sine wave is 25 MHZ. Missing thi l k i Mi i this clock signal will h lt operation of th panel l ill halt ti f the l drive signals.
Osc. Check: 25Mhz Top Leg

X1

1.61V

CONTROL BOARD CRYSTAL LOCATION

1.69V

Osc. Check: 25Mhz Bottom Leg

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Control Board Signal (Simplified Block Diagram)


The Control Board supplies Video Signals to the TCP (Tape Carrier Package) ICs. If there is a bar defect on the screen, it could be a Control Board problem.

Control Board to X Board Address Signal Flow


This Picture shows Signal Flow Distribution to help determine the failure depending on where the it shows on the screen.

Basic Diagram of Control Board


IC702

MCM IC101 Serial Flash IC702 MCM


Resistor Array

CONTROL BOARD

X-DRIVE BOARD PANEL There are 12 total TCPs. 43072 Vertical Electrodes 43072 (RGB) / 3 = 1024 Total Pixels (H)

16 bit words 2 Buffer Outputs per TCP 128 Lines per Buffer 256 Lines output Total

To Left X-Board To 6 TCPs

To Right X-Board To 6 TCPs

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P105 Control Board Connector to Y-SUS P101 Voltages and Diode Mode Checks
These pins are very close together. Use Caution when taking Voltage measurements.
Note: 18V is labeled 15V on silk screen.

Pins 1 through 3 Receive 18V from the Y-SUS. Developed by D506 Pins 4 through 7 Receive M5V from the Y-SUS. Protected on Z-SUS by FS3

Pin

P105 Label Silk Screen

All the rest are delivering Y-SUS Waveform development and Y-Drive Y Drive logic signals to the Y SUS Y-SUS Board (Y-Drive logic signals are simply routed right through the Y-SUS to the Y-Drive boards).

Note: The +18V is not used by the Control board, it is routed to the Z-SUS leaving on P2 Pins 13~15. The M5V also leaves on P2 Pins 11~12.

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P105 Control to Y-SUS P101 Plug Information

Note: There are no voltages in Stand-By mode Pin

TIP: The ribbon cable between the Control board and the Y-SUS does not come with either of the new boards. ith ith f th b d
P105 "Control" to P101 "Y-SUS" Pin 1~3 4~7 8~11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Label +15V +5V Gnd Dumy2 Y-OE PC ER_DN DATA_PRE ER_UP SC_A SC A RAMP_UP Run 18.2V 4.94V Gnd 2.14V 0.03V 1.84V 0.5V 0.01V 0.3V 1.45V 1 45V 0.22V Diode Check OL 1.15V Gnd OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL Pin 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Label STB RAMP_BLK CLK SUS_DN DUMMY_3 DUMMY_1 DUMMY_4 SUS_UP_0 CTRL_OE RAMP_DN RAMP DN Gnd Run 1.5V 1.07V 0.6V 2.71V 2.14V 1.07V 1.35V 0.75V 0.11V 2.17V 2 17V Gnd Diode Check OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL Gnd

P105

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P106 Control Board LVDS Signals


LVDS Cable P106 on Control board shown. Flip the locking tab upward to release. Pins are close together, use caution.

P106 LVDS

Video Signals from the Main Board to the Control Board are referred to as Low Voltage Differential Signals or LVDS. The video is delivered in 20 bit LVDS format. Their presence can be confirmed with th O ill ith the Oscilloscope b monitoring th LVDS signals with SMPTE by it i the i l ith Color Bar input. Loss of these Signals would confirm the failure is on the Main Board or the LVDS Cable itself.
Example of LVDS Video Signal

Pin 41 5mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Pin 40 5mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Pin 41 2mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Pin 40 2mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Example of Normal Signals measured at 1V p/p at 10Sec

Pins 12~17 22~25 28~33 38~41 are LVDS Video Signals 12 17, 22 25, 28 33, 38 41 Signals. Pins 19~20 and 35~36 are clock signals for the data.

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P106 Control Board LVDS Connector Voltages and Diode Check


P106 LVDS "Control" to P1401 "Main" Pin Label Run Diode Check 51 Gnd Gnd Gnd 50 VS_3D *0V OL 49 UART_TXD 3.31V OL 48 UART_RXD 3.3V OL 47 n/c n/c OL 46 n/c n/c OL 45 Gnd G d Gnd G d Gnd G d 44 Gnd Gnd Gnd 43 Gnd Gnd Gnd 42 Gnd Gnd Gnd 41 RE3+ 1.11V 1.31V 40 RE31.19V 1.31V 39 RD3+ 1.11V 1.31V 38 RD31.19V 1.31V 37 Gnd Gnd Gnd 36 RCLK3+ 1.16V 1.31V 35 RCLK31.13V 1.31V 34 Gnd Gnd Gnd 33 RC3+ 1.11V 1.31V 32 RC31.19V 1.31V 31 RB3+ 1.11V 1.31V 30 RB31.19V 1.31V 29 RA3+ 1.11V 1.31V 28 RA31.19V 1.31V 27 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin Label 26 Gnd 25 RE1+ 24 RE123 RD1+ 22 RD121 Gnd 20 RCLK1+ RCLK1 19 RCLK118 Gnd 17 RC1+ 16 RC115 RB1+ 14 RB113 RA1+ 12 RA111 Gnd 10 n/c 9 n/c 8 n/c 7 n/c 6 SDA 5 *DISP_EN 4 SCL 3 PC_SER_DATA 2 PC_SER_CLK 1 Gnd Run Gnd 1.11V 1.19V 1.11V 1.19V Gnd 1.16V 1 16V 1.13V Gnd 1.11V 1.19V 1.11V 1.19V 1.11V 1.19V Gnd n/c n/c n/c n/c 3.3V 3.05V 3.3V 3.31V 3.31V Gnd Diode Check Gnd 1.31V 1.31V 1.31V 1.31V Gnd 1.31V 1 31V 1.31V Gnd 1.31V 1.31V 1.31V 1.31V 1.31V 1.31V Gnd OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL Gnd

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Pin 5 is the reason the LVDS cable must be removed to use the EX_AUTO_GEN shorting pins to create multiple internal generated test patterns (Panel Test).

Pin 5: Enables the Control Board Bold Pins indicate 20 bit differential video signal Note: There are no voltages in Stand-By mode.

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P2 Control Board Connector Pin ID and Voltages


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements for the Control Board. Note: There are no voltages in Stand-By mode.

P2 "Control" to P201 "Z-SUS Board" Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11~12 13~15 Label Gnd SUS_UP Gnd SUS_DN n/c ZBIAS Gnd Vzbias-con CTRL_EN Y-OE M5V (+15V) Run Gnd 0.22V Gnd 0.79V n/c 1.92V Gnd 3.25V Gnd 0.05V 5.06V 18.2V 18 2V Diode Check Gnd OL Gnd OL OL OL Gnd OL OL OL 1.15V OL

18V P2 Label

5V

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P107 Connector "Control Board to Left X Board P232


P107 "Control" to P232 "X-Left" Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Label Gnd PDDS_A2_P11 PDDS_A2_N11 PDDS_A1_P11 PDDS_A1_N11 PDDS A1 N11 n/c PDDS_CLK_P5 PDDS_CLK_N5 n/c PDDS_A2_P12 PDDS_A2_N12 PDDS_A1_P12 PDDS_A1_N12 n/c _ _ PDDS_A2_P13 PDDS_A2_N13 PDDS_A1_P13 PDDS_A1_N13 n/c PDDS_CLK_P7 PDDS_CLK_N7 n/c PDDS_A2_P14 PDDS_A2_N14 PDDS_A1_P14 PDDS_A1_N14 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V n/c 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V n/c 1.09V 1.35V n/c 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Run Gnd 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V n/c 1.09V 1.35V Diode Check Gnd 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Label n/c PDDS_A2_P15 PDDS_A2_N15 PDDS_A1_P15 PDDS_A1_N15 PDDS A1 N15 n/c PDDS_CLK_P8 PDDS_CLK_N8 n/c PDDS_A2_P16 PDDS_A2_N16 PDDS_A1_P16 PDDS_A1_N16 n/c +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V n/c STB (0) STB (1) BLK (0) POL (0) X_ER_DN(0) X_SUS_DN(0) Run n/c 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V n/c 1.09V 1.35V n/c 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V n/c 3.32V 3.32V 3.32V n/c 3.25V 3.25V 1.76V 1.89V 0.28V 0.28V Diode Check OL 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V OL 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V OL 0.66V 0.66V 0.66V OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

41~43 3.3V

White hash marks count k t as 5

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P108 Connector "Control Board to Left X Board P331


P108 "Control" to P331 "X-Right" Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Label X_ER_DN(1) X_SUS_DN(1) POL (0) BLK (0) STB (2) STB (3) n/c +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V n/c PDDS_A1_N17 PDDS_A1_P17 PDDS_A2_N17 PDDS_A2_P17 n/c PDDS_CLK_N9 PDDS_CLK_P9 n/c PDDS_A1_N18 PDDS_A1_P18 PDDS_A2_N18 PDDS_A2_P18 n/c PDDS_A1_N19 PDDS_A1_P19 3.32V 3.32V 3.32V n/c 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V n/c 1.35V 1.09V n/c 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V n/c 1.32V 1.11V Run 0.28V 0.28V 1.89V 1.76V 3.25V 3.25V Diode Check OL OL OL OL OL OL OL 0.66V 0.66V 0.66V OL 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Label PDDS_A2_N19 PDDS_A2_P19 n/c PDDS_CLK_N10 PDDS_CLK_P10 n/c PDDS_A1_N20 PDDS_A1_P20 PDDS_A2_N20 PDDS_A2_P20 n/c PDDS_A1_N21 PDDS_A1_P21 PDDS_A2_N21 PDDS_A2_P21 n/c PDDS_CLK_N11 PDDS_CLK_P11 n/c PDDS_A1_N22 PDDS_A1_P22 PDDS_A2_N22 PDDS_A2_P22 Gnd Run 1.32V 1.11V n/c 1.35V 1.09V n/c 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V n/c 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V n/c 1.35V 1.09V n/c 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V Gnd Diode Check 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V OL 1.32V 1.34V 1.32V 1.34V Gnd

8~10 3.3V 3 3V

White hash marks count k t as 5

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X BOARD (LEFT and RIGHT) SECTION


The following section gives detailed information about the X boards. These boards deliver the Color information signal developed on the Control board to the TCPs, (Taped Carrier h C l i f i i ld l d h C lb d h TCP (T dC i Packages). The TCPs are attached to the vertical FPCs, (Flexible Printed Circuits) which are attached directly to the panel. The X boards are the attachment points for these FPCs. These boards have no adjustment. X-BOARD VOLTAGES: VA: Originally developed on the Switched Mode Power Supply VA (Voltage for Address) sent out P811 pin 5 to Z-SUS P7 pin 5. VA is routed through the Z-SUS board and out on P4 pins 11~12 (top two pins) to the Z-SUB board P101 VA Z SUB P101. leaves the Z-SUB board on P203 pins 3~4 (bottom 2 pins). VA arrives on the Left X-Board via P312 pins 3~4. VA leaves the Left X-Board P311 pins 3~4 and is sent to the Right X-Board arriving on P211 pins 3~4. 3 4. 3.3V: Control board develops 3.3V (IC53). 3.3V leaves on connector P107 pins 41~43 and routes to the Left X-Board via ribbon connector P232 pins 9~11. 3.3V: Control board develops 3.3V (IC53). 3.3V leaves on connector P108 pins 8~10 and routes to the Left X-Board via ribbon connector P331 pins 42~44.

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X Board Additional Information


There are two X-Boards, the Left and the Right. As viewed from the rear of , g the set. The two X-Boards have very little circuitry. They are basically signal and voltage routing boards. g g They route Va voltage to all of the Taped Carrier Packages (TCPs). Va is introduced to the Left X board first, then the Left X-Board sends Va to the Right X-Board. g The X-Boards also route the Logic (Color) signals from the Control board to all of the Taped Carrier Packages (TCPs). The X-Boards have connectors to 12 TCPs 6 on the left and right X Boards TCPs, right. There are a total of 12 TCPs and each TCP has 2 gate arrays, so there are a total of 24 buffers feeding the panels 5760 vertical electrodes which determine the Horizontal Resolution of the Panel Panel.

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X Board TCP Heat Sink Warning

NEVER run the television with this heat sink removed. removed Damage to the TCPs will occur and cause a defective panel. The Vertical Address buffers (TCPs) Taped Carrier Packages have one heat sink indicated by the arrow. It protects all 12 TCPs. 127 June 201 1 42PW350 Plasma

P211, P232, P311 and P331 X Board Connector (VA and 3.3V)
Pins 3~4 Top f th L ft d Ri ht X D i Boards T of the Left and Right X-Drive B d Pins 9~11 Pins 42~44 Pins 3~4

VA

VA

3.3V

3.3V

P232 P211

P331 P311

This shows the routing for VA and for the 3.3V input to the X-Drive boards. Using a regular diode check: VA should be (OL) 3.3V should be (0.53V)

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X Board Layout Primary Circuit Diode Check


The two X-Boards have similar circuit layouts for the connections going to the TCPs, as shown below.
EC Pins 3~4 Logic 3.3V Pins 33~34 EC Pins 47~48

Gnd

VA Pins 6~7

VA Pins 44~45 Pi 44 45

TCP

All Connectors to Control and Z-SUB boards are disconnected from Left X board. All readings are in Diode Mode from Chassis Ground

On the below:

On the below:

On any Va (0.45V) TCPs connected. On EC (0.45V) TCPs connected. On 3.3V (0.37V) TCPs connected. On any Va (OL) TCPs disconnected. On EC (OL) TCPs disconnected. On 3.3V (OL) TCPs disconnected.

On any Va (OL) TCPs connected. On EC (OL) TCPs connected. On 3.3V (1.22V) TCPs connected. On any Va (OL) TCPs disconnected. On EC (OL) TCPs disconnected. On 3.3V (OL) TCPs disconnected.

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TCP 3.3V B+ Check


For Connectors P107 and P108 on the Control board, see C t l b Control board section. d ti

Warning: DO NOT attempt to run the set with the Heat Sink over the TCPs removed. Checking IC53 for 3.3V, use center pin or Case of component 3 3V component.

With all connectors connected, place the Red Lead On 3.3V = Diode Check (0.53V) Black Lead On 3.3V = Diode Check (0.32V) With all connectors removed, place the Red Lead On 3.3V = Diode Check (0.66V) Black Lead On 3.3V = Diode Check (0.36V)

3.3V for TCPs IC121 on Control Board

5.0V 3.3V Gnd

3.3V in on Pins 1 ~ 5 only on P232 connector from the Control board

3.3V

Control Board P161 and P162

3.3V DC Continuity All Connectors to All TCPs look very similar for the 3.3V test point. The picture shows the trace at pins 33 and 34 for each connector. There is a small feed trough and a Cap, you can use for Test Points. Example here from P305. You can only check for continuity back to IC231 you IC231, can not run the set with heat sink removed.

3.3V

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TCP (Tape Carrier Package)


This shows the layout of the bottom ribbon cables connecting to the Panels Vertical electrodes, (Address Bus). Note that each ribbon cable has a solid state device called a TCP attached.
X Drive Board Frame e Rear pane Vertical Add el dress Front panel Horizo t ontal Address Va

Y-SUB Board

Logic X_B/D Control Board 3.3V Connector

Lock TCP Taped Carrier Package 256 total lines 128 lines 128 lines

Chocolate

256 Vertical Electrodes

TCP Attached directly to Flexible cable

Long Black Heat Sink

Back side of TCP Ribbon

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TCP Testing

3.3V ORIGINATION From Control board IC53 center leg. Leaves P107 to P232 and P108 to P331 Arrives on X board Left P232 Pins 9~11 Arrives on X board Right P331 Pins 42~44

TCP Connector Pin Description Any X Board to Any TCP P201~P206 or P301~P306

VA: ORIGINATION From Z-SUB P203 In Right X P312 3~4 Va: ROUTING: Leaves Right X P311 pins 3~4 To Left X : P211 pins 3~4

DIODE CHECK TCP DISCONNECTED Must be checked on FPC Red Lead on TCP VA OL Black Lead on TCP VA 0.5V Red Lead on TCP 3.3V OL Black Lead on TCP 3.3V 0.53V EC OL either way

Flexible Printed Ribb Fl ibl P i t d Ribbon C bl to TCP IC Cable t Look for any TCPs being discolored. Ribbon Damage. Cracks, folds Pinches, scratches, etc Gnd Gnd Va 3.3V EC Gnd
30 35 40 45 50

DIODE CHECK ALL TCPs INSTALLED Red Lead on TCP VA OL Black Lead on TCP VA 0 47V 0.47V Red Lead on TCP 3.3V 0.53V Black Lead on TCP 3.3V 0.32V EC (OL) either way

Va EC Gnd Gnd
1 5

Logic

10 15 20

25

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TCP Visual Observation. Damaged TCP


Warning: DO NOT attempt to run the set with the Heat Sink over the TCPs removed removed. After a very short time, these ICs will begin to self destruct due to overheating.
This damaged TCP can, (at the location of the TCP). a) Cause the Power Supply to shutdown. (VA shorted, 3.3V shorted). b) Generate abnormal vertical bars, (colored noise). c) Cause the entire area driven by the TCP to be All White or ALL BLACK. d) Cause a Single Pixel Width Line defect. The line can be Red, Green or Blue. e) A dirty contact at the connector can cause b, c and d also.

TCP Tapped Carrier Package


Look for burns, pin holes, damage, etc.

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P211 Left X Drive Connector from Right X Drive P311 Information


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurement (No Stand-By Voltages)

P211 "X Drive Left" to X Drive Right" P311

Pin 1 2 3 4

Label Gnd Gnd VA VA

Run Gnd Gnd *55V *55V

Diode Check
P211 1

Gnd Gnd Open Open

* Note: This voltage will vary in accordance with Panel Label. There are no Stand-By voltages on this connector.

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P232 Left X Drive Connector from Control Board P107 Information


P232 "X-Left" to P107 "Control" Note: All connector removed except TCPs Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Label X_SUS_DN(0) X_ER_DN(0) POL (0) BLK (0) STB (1) STB (0) Gnd +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V Gnd PDDS_A1_N16 PDDS_A1_P16 PDDS_A2_N16 PDDS_A2_P16 Gnd PDDS_CLK_N8 PDDS_CLK_P8 Gnd PDDS_A1_N15 PDDS_A1_P15 PDDS_A2_N15 PDDS_A2_P15 Gnd PDDS_A1_N14 PDDS_A1_P14 Run 0.28V 0.28V 1.89V 1.76V 3.25V 3.25V Gnd 3.32V 3.32V 3.32V Gnd 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V Gnd 1.35V 1.09V Gnd 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V Gnd 1.32V 1.11V Diode Check 1.87V 1.87V 1.85V 1.84V 1.87V 1.87V Gnd 1.23V 1.23V 1.23V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Label PDDS_A2_N14 PDDS_A2_P14 Gnd PDDS_CLK_N7 PDDS_CLK_P7 Gnd PDDS_A1_N13 PDDS_A1_P13 PDDS_A2_N13 PDDS_A2_P13 Gnd PDDS_A1_N12 PDDS_A1_P12 PDDS_A2_N12 PDDS_A2_P12 Gnd PDDS_CLK_N5 PDDS_CLK_P5 Gnd PDDS_A1_N11 PDDS_A1_P11 PDDS_A2_N11 PDDS_A2_P11 Gnd Run 1.32V 1.11V Gnd 1.35V 1.09V Gnd 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V Gnd 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V Gnd 1.35V 1.09V Gnd 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V Gnd Diode Check 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd

(No Stand-By Voltages)

P232

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected except TCPs. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P311 Right X Drive Connector from Left X Drive P211 Information


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurement (No Stand-By Voltages)

P311 "X Drive Right" to X Drive Left" P211

Pin 1 2 3 4

Label Gnd Gnd VA VA

Run Gnd Gnd *55V *55V

Diode Check Gnd Gnd Open Open

P311

* Note: This voltage will vary in accordance with Panel Label. There are no Stand-By voltages on this connector.

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P312 Right X Drive Connector from Z-SUB P203 Information


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurement (No Stand-By Voltages)

P312 "X Drive Right" to Z-SUB Left" P203

Pin 1 2 3 4

Label Gnd Gnd VA VA

Run Gnd Gnd *55V *55V

Diode Check Gnd Gnd Open Open

P312

* Note: This voltage will vary in accordance with Panel Label. There are no Stand-By voltages on this connector.

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P331 Right X Drive Connector from Control Board P108 Information


P331 "X-Right" to "Control" P108 Note: All connector removed except TCPs Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Label Gnd PDDS_A2_P22 PDDS_A2_N22 PDDS_A1_P22 PDDS_A1_N22 Gnd PDDS_CLK_P11 PDDS_CLK_N11 Gnd PDDS_A2_P21 PDDS_A2_N21 PDDS_A1_P21 PDDS_A1_N21 Gnd PDDS_A2_P20 PDDS_A2_N20 PDDS_A1_P20 PDDS_A1_N20 Gnd PDDS_CLK_P10 PDDS_CLK_N10 Gnd PDDS_A2_P19 PDDS_A2_N19 PDDS_A1_P19 PDDS_A1_N19 Run Gnd 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Gnd 1.09V 1.35V Gnd 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Gnd 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Gnd 1.09V 1.35V Gnd 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Diode Check Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Label n/c PDDS_A2_P18 PDDS_A2_N18 PDDS_A1_P18 PDDS_A1_N18 Gnd PDDS_CLK_P9 PDDS_CLK_N9 Gnd PDDS_A2_P17 PDDS_A2_N17 PDDS_A1_P17 PDDS_A1_N17 Gnd +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V Gnd STB (3) STB (2) BLK (0) POL (0) X_SUS_DN(1) X_ER_DN(1) Run n/c 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Gnd 1.09V 1.35V Gnd 1.11V 1.32V 1.11V 1.32V Gnd 3.32V 3.32V 3.32V Gnd 3.25V 3.25V 1.76V 1.89V 0.28V 0.28V Diode Check OL 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V 1.8V Gnd 1.23V 1.23V 1.23V Gnd 1.87V 1.87V 1.85V 1.84V 1.87V 1.87V

(No Stand-By Voltages)

P331

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected except TCPs. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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MAIN BOARD SECTION


The following section gives detailed information about the Main board. This board contains the Microprocessor, Audio section, video section and all input, outputs. It also receives all input signals and processes them to be delivered to the Control board via the LVDS cable. The main tuner (Silicon Tuner using discreet components) which provides VSB (NTSC), 8VSB (Over the Air Digital Broadcast) and QAM (Cable Digital) is located on the main board. This board is also where the televisions software upgrades are accomplished through the USB input. This board has no mechanical adjustments adjustments. The Main Board Receives its operational voltage from the SMPS: DURING STAND-BY: From SMPS STBY 5V DURING RUN From SMPS : (STBY 5V remains): +5V for Video processing 17V for Audio OUTPUTS: Sends power supply turn on commands to the SMPS. Distributes Key 1 and Key 2 to the Front IR/Key Pad Board. Receives Intelligent Sensor data from the Front IR/Key Pad Board (via SCL/SDA). Controls the front Power LEDs. Distributes +3.3V_ST to the Front IR Board. +3 3V ST Board Routes 20 bit LVDS video and Panel Turn On signals to the Control Board. Processes and Outputs all audio signals and sends them to the Invisible Speakers Routes Optical Audio Out. Receives and Transmits to the Motion Remote via RF. Transmits 3D Sync to the 3D Shutter Glasses. Glasses

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Main Board Layout and Identification

IC1400 3D Formatter P1401 LVDS

P501 to SMPS

P902 to t Ft IR

IC101 Microprocessor Video Processor

P1404 Motion Remote / 3D Transmitter

USB Optical Audio

HDMI RGB PC Audio

HDMI Remote P700 Audio RS232 Rear Inputs

RF In

Composite p A/V

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42PW350 Main (Front and Back) Layout Drawing


P501 "Main" to P813 "SMPS" Pin 1_2 3-4 5-7 8 9-12 13-14 15 16 17 18
e a ac a

Label
a

STBY 0V Gnd 0.46V 3.44V Gnd 3.47V 0V 0V 0V Gnd

Run 17V Gnd 5.17V 4.02V Gnd 5.14V 3.28V 4.06V 3.28V Gnd

Diode Check Open Gnd 1.18V 1.73V Gnd 1.07V 1.78V 1.04V 1.79V Gnd
3D Formatter

17V 5.1V

Q1400
Serial Flash WP
E C B

Gnd Error_Det Gnd STBY_5V RL_ON AC Det M_ON


ad b

X1400 24Mhz

IC1402
Serial Flash

IC1400 IC1407

P501
IC1404
+1.0V
+5V in

L1402

Other Main Boards p/n: EBR72942901 AUSLLHR p/n: EBR71638619 Interchangeable


3 2 1
+3.3V Reg +3.3V_3D Reg
+5V in (3) +5V_ST_EN In

Auto_Gnd

P1401
Q1402 Q1401
D D

IC1401
1 2 3

+1.8V
+3.3V_3D_A In (3)

IC1406
2

DDR

P902 "MAIN" to "Front IR" Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 Label IR Gnd Key1 Key2 LED_RED Gnd EYE_SCL EYE_SDA Gnd 3.3VST n/c n/c n/c n/c STBY 2.84V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.25V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V Gnd 3.3V n/c n/c 0.19V n/c n/c Run 2.7V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 0V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V Gnd 3.3V n/c n/c 0V n/c n/c Diode Check 2.63V Gnd 1.77V 1.77V 1.72V Gnd 1.72V 1.72V Gnd 0.85V n/c n/c 1.69V Open Open
B

SDA_3.3V_MOD S G SCL_3.3V_MOD
S G

MAIN BOARD p/n: EBT61267425 AUSLLJR


IC1202
DDR
+5V_ST_EN In

IC500
3 2 1

+3.3V_AVDD
+5V_ST In

3.3V_ST
5V_ST in (3)

IC502

IC504
2
17V in

+5V_ST_EN Switch

P902
C E

+1.26V_VDDC) Reg

Q501
D S C G

B E

P1404

IC102
HDCP EEPROM

Q500
+5V_TU

Q501 CTL
EEPROM

LED_Red Driver

Q901

L503 IC104

IC109
2

3 2 1

IC506
+3.3V
+5V in

IC507 D501

IC501 L502
+1.5V_DDR_IN
+5V_ST_EN In in

+5V in

D200
A2 A1 C

IC1201
DDR

IC101
Micro/ Video Processor
X200 24Mhz

NAND FLASH

IC505 L506
3 2 1

USB +5V OCP

+2.5V_AVDD
+3.3V_AVDD

IC1101

IC103
HDMI CEC

Serial Flash
1 C

IC600
+1.2V_DE
+3.3V in (3)

13 Touch_Ver_Check

Q800
A2 A1

Hot Swap
B E

Q806
A2 A1 C

EDID WP
C B E

3 2 1

D805
B+ Routing
A1 C A2

EDID

IC700
Audio Amp

D801 L701 L700


Hot Swap
B

D804

Q103

IC804 Q807 Q1304


B C B C E E B C

IC802
C E A2 A1

TUNER TU1300
18. IF p 17. IF n 16. IF AGC 15. Reset 14. 3.3V 13. 1.26V 12. GND 11. CVBS 10. NC 9. SIF 8. NC 7. SDA 6. SCL 5. NC 4. NC 3. 5V 2. NC 1. NC

P1404 "MAIN Board" To "Motion Remote Sensor" Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 *12 Label 3.3V_Normal Gnd 3D_RF_RX 3D_RF_TX 3D_RFModule_Reset 3D_RFModule_DC 3D_RFModule_DD Gnd 3D_RF_GPIO_0 3D_RF_GPIO_1 3D_RF_GPIO_2 3D_L/R_Sync STBY 0V Gnd 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V Gnd 0V 0V 0V 0V Run 3.29V Gnd 3.29V 3.29V 3.1V 0.1V 0.1V Gnd 0V 0V/3.18V 0V 0V/1.59V *No 3D / With 3D Note: Pin 12 with 3D Sync 3.48V p/p 60 Hz square wave. Diode Check 0.49V Gnd 1.18V 1.17V 2.37V 1.32V 1.34V Gnd 1.26V 1.26V 1.26V Open

L703

EDID

Hot Swap

L702

D803 Q805
C

IC801

EDID

Tuner SIF
E

IC900
RS232

EDID

Q1305
Tuner CVBS

IC901

P700
R-R+L-L+

Q900

B E

RS232 TX Buffer

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42PW350 Main (Front) Layout Drawing


E C B

X1400 24Mhz IC1400

Q1400
Serial Flash WP

P501
IC1404
+1.0V

3D Formatter

IC1407

P1401
Q1402
D D S G S G

IC1401
DDR
1 2 3

L1402

+5V in

IC1406
3 2 2 1

+3.3V Reg +3.3V_3D Reg


+5V in (3) +5V_ST_EN In

+1.8V
+3.3V_3D_A In (3)

SDA_3.3V_MOD SCL_3.3V_MOD

+5V_ST_EN In

+3.3V_AVDD

Q1401 IC1202

+1.26V_VDDC

IC502

IC504
2
+5V_ST In
S D G

P902
C B E

DDR

Q501

+5V_ST_EN Switch

P1404
MAIN BOARD p/n: EBT61267425 AUSLLJR
D200
A2 A1

Q901
LED_Red Driver

L503
2

IC506
3 2 1
+3.3V
+5V in 17V in

IC507 D501

+5V_TU

+5V in

IC501
+1.5V_DDR_IN
+5V_ST_EN In in

USB +5V OCP

L502 IC103

DDR

IC101
Micro/ Video Processor

IC1201

Audio Amp

Serial Flash

Other Main Boards p/n: EBR72942901 AUSLLHR p/n: EBR71638619 Interchangeable

L506
3 2 +1.2V_DE 1 +3.3V in (3)

IC600

IC700 L703 L701 L700 X200 24Mhz L702

TUNER TU1300

18. IF p 17. IF n 16. IF AGC 15. Reset 14. 3.3V 13. 1.26V 12. GND 11. CVBS 10. NC 9. SIF 8. NC 7. SDA 6. SCL 5. NC 4. NC 3. 5V 2. NC 1. NC

P700
R-R+L-L+

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42PW350 Main Board Front Side Component Voltages

IC103 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC501 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Serial Flash For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.29V 3.29V 3.29V 3.29V +1.5V_DDR_IN Regulator 5V (In) 5V (In) 0V 0V 0V 0.81V 0.72V 0.53V 1.7V 1.58V 1.58V 1.58V 6.7V 0.12V 2.98V 2.98V (In)

IC502 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] IC504

+1.26V_VDDC Regulator 5V (In) 5V (In) 0V 0V 081V 0.81V 0.72V 0.53V 1.7V 1.3V 1.3V 1.3V 6.47V 0.25V 2.96V 5V (In) +3.3V_AVDD Regulator

IC507 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC600

+5V_TU Regulator 11.1V 17V 3.1V 1.8V 0.8V 0.6V 0V 5V

IC1404 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] IC1406 Pin [1] [2] [3] IC1407

+1.2V_DE Pin Regulator [1] 3.3V (In) [2] 1.26V (Out) [3] Gnd

+1.0V Regulator 5V (In) 0V 0V 0V 0V 0.8V 0.65V 0.54V 1.7V 1.05V 1.05V 1.05V 6.1V 0.15V 2.9V 0V +3.3V_VST +3.3V_3D 0V 3.31V (Out) 5V (In)

Q501

+5V_ST_EN Pin Switch [B] 0.7V [C] 5.2V [E] 5.2V LED_RED Pin Driver [B] 0.71V [E] 0V [C] 0V Write Protect Pin for IC1402 [B] 0V [E] 0V [C] 3.18V SCL_3.3V_MOD Pin Buffer [B] 3.28V [C] 3.3V [E] 3.28V SDA_3.3V_MOD Pin Buffer [B] 3.28V [C] 3.3V [E] 3.28V

Q901

Q1400

Q1401 D200 Pin [A1] 0V [C] 0V [A2] 0V D501 Pin [A] 0V [C] 5V Pin [1] 0V [2] 3.3V (Out) [3] 5.2V (In) IC506 Reset Speed Up

Q1402 Pin [1] 0V [2] 3.3V (Out) [3] 5.2V (In) +3.3V Regulator Reg IC507 Pin [1] 0V [2] 1.8V (Out) [3] 3.3V (In) (+1.8V) Regulator

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42PW350 Main Back Layout Drawing


IC1402
Serial Flash

MAIN BOARD p/n: EBT61267425 AUSLLJR


Other Main Boards p/n: EBR72942901 AUSLLHR p/n: EBR71638619 Interchangeable IC500
3

Q500
Q501 CTL
B E C

IC109

IC102
HDCP EEPROM

3.3V_ST
5V_ST in (3)

EEPROM
+5V in

USB +5V OCP

IC505 IC104 NAND FLASH


Hot Swap HDMI CEC
1 A2 C A1 A1

IC1101
1 2 3

EDID

IC804 D805
A2 A1 C

+3.3V
+5V in

B+ Routing

Q806 Q800 Q103


EDID WP
B E C

Q807
E B C

D804
A2 C

B E

TU1300
18. IF p Digital Video 17. IF n 16. IF AGC 15. Reset 14. 3.3V 13. 1.26V 12. GND Analog 11. CVBS Video 10. NC 9. SIF 8. NC 7. SDA 6. SCL 5. NC 4. NC 3. 5V 2. NC 1. NC

Hot Swap Tuner SIF

IC802
EDID

D801
E B C

D803 Q805
C A1 A2

Q1304 Q1305
E

E C B C

Hot Swap

IC901
EDID

IC801
EDID

Tuner CVBS

IC900
B E

RS232
C

RS232 TX Buffer

Q900

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42PW350 Main Board Back Side Component Voltages

IC102 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC109 Pin [1] [2] [ ] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC500

HDCP EEPROM Gnd Gnd 3.3V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V EEPROM for Micro Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 0V 3.3V 3.3V

IC505

+2.5V_AVDD Pin Regulator [1] 3.3V (In) [2] Gnd [3] 2.52V (Out) IC801, IC802 EDID Data For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V EDID Data Side Input For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V

IC900 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [ ] [16] IC901 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

RS232 Tx/Rx 3.3V 5.6V 0V 0V (-5.6V) (-5.6V) 5.7V 0V 3.3V 0V 3.3V 3.3V 0V (-5.6V) Gnd 3.3V (B+) ( ) EDID Data for PC For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V

IC801 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC804 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

IC1101 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC1402 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [ ] [5] [6] [7] [8] Q103

USB 5V Limiter Gnd 5.1V (In) 5.1V (In) 3.3V 0V 5.1V (Out) 5.1V (Out) n/c Serial Flash 3.29V 0V 3.3V 0V 0V 0V 3.29V 3.29V EDID WP

Q800 Pin [1 B] [2 S] [3 D] [4 G] Q806

HDMI CEC Buffer 3.29V 3.29V 3.23V 3.3V Hot Swap

Q1305

Tuner Pin CVBS [B] 3.63V [C] 0V [E] 4.3V

D801 Pin [B] 0V [C] 0V [E] 0V Q807 Pin [B] 0.1V [C] 0V [ ] [E] 0V Q900 Pin [B] 0.63V [C] 0V [E] 0V Q1304 Pin [B] 0.23V [C] 0V [E] 0.92V

Biasing Pin for Q800 [A1] 3.28V [C] 3.32V [A2] 0V 5V Pin Routing [A1] 0V [C] 3.32V [A2] 3.28V 5V Pin Routing [A1] 3.28V [C] 3.32V [A2] 0V 5V Pin Routing [A1] 5.1V [C] 4.9V [A2] 0V

D803 Hot Swap

D804 Hot Swap

3.3V_VST Pin Regulator [1] Gnd [2] 3.3V (Out) [3] 5.09V (In)

Pin [B] 0V [C] 5V [E] 0V Q500

D805 Tuner SIF

+5V_ST_EN Pin Switch CTL [B] 0.64V [C] 0V [E] 0V

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Main Board Tuner Explained


TU1300

Pop the cover off to expose the Tuner Pins. Or flip the board over to access the back side of access to the pins.
18. IF p 17. IF n 16. IF AGC 15. Reset 14. 3.3V_TU 14 3 3V TU 13. 1.26V_TU 12. GND 11. CVBS 10. NC 9. SIF 8. NC 7. SDA 6. SCL 5. NC 4. NC 3. 5V_TU 2. NC 1. NC

Check for Digital signal 700mV p/p on pins 17 and 18.

Check f Tuner B+: C for +5V_TU Pin 3 (provided by IC507 pin 8) 1.2V_DE Pin 13 (provided by IC600 pin 1) +3.3V Pin 14 (provided by IC506 pin 2) Data only present during channel change on SDA/SCL. approx:. 4V p/p.

Front bottom right hand side

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Main Board Crystal X200 and X1400 Check


X1400 1.51V 1.61V

X1400 25Mhz

X1400 Runs only when set is on. (3D Formatter IC1400 Crystal)

Left Side 3.41V p/p

Right Side 4.73V p/p

X1400

X200 R Runs when power applied. h li d (Micro Crystal)


X200

X200 25MHZ

X200

1.67V

1.66V Top Side 3.38V p/p Bottom Side 3.0V p/p

MAIN Board
Crystal Location

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Main Board Removing the LVDS Cable or Power Supply Connector


( ) (1) Using y g your fingers and p g press in g gently on the two locking tabs. y g Then rock the connector out of the plug. (2) Pull the Cable from the Connector by rocking back and forth. If the Connector Locks have been damaged and will not release, cut off tabs. Use a thin object and slide straight down j g as indicated by the arrows below and release the locks.
P501 Main or P813 SMPS

Cut Off

Cut Off

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P501 Main Board Plug to Power Supply Voltages and Diode Check
P501 "Main" to P813 "SMPS" Pin 1_2 3-4 5-7 8 9-12 13-14 15 16 17 18
e a ac

Pin

front

Label
a

STBY 0V Gnd 0.46V 3.44V Gnd 3.47V 0V 0V 0V Gnd

Run 17V Gnd 5.17V 4.02V Gnd 5.14V 3.28V 4.06V 3.28V 3 28V Gnd

Diode Check Open Gnd 1.18V 1.73V Gnd 1.07V 1.78V 1.04V 1.79V 1 79V Gnd

P501

17V

Gnd
a

5.1V

Error_Det Gnd

Front pins are odd F t i dd Back pins are even

STBY_5V RL_ON AC Det M_ON M ON


ad b

Auto_Gnd

a Note: The RL_On turns on +5V, 17V Error Det. and AC_DET. b Note: The M5-On command turns on M5V Va and Vs M5V, Vs. c Note: The Error Det line is not used in this model. d Note: If the AC Det line is Missing, Audio will Mute. e Note: Pin 18 is grounded on the Main. If opened, the power supply turns on automatically.

Diode Mode Check with the Board Disconnected. DVM in the Diode mode.

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P700 Main Board Speaker Plug Voltage and Diode Check


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements for the Main Board Speaker Plug P700 Connector "Main" to "Speakers" Main Speakers Pin 1 2 3 4 Label RR R+ LL+ Run 0V~1.0V 0V 1.0V 0V~1.0V 0V~1.0V 0V~1.0V Diode Mode Open Open Open Open

IC700 Audio Amp

Audio Right out pin 6 and 9. Audio Left out pin 10 and 13. 17V Audio Amp Power: Right pins 8. Left pins 11. 3.3V 3 3V Low Voltage Signal Processing: Pins 21, 35 21 35. Audio Mute: Pins 23, control is AC_DET.

Right (-)

Left (-)

Diode Mode Check with the Board Disconnected. DVM in the Diode mode.

P700 Speaker Connector

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Right (+)

Left (+)

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P902 Main Board Plug to IR Board


Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements for the Main Board 1 Infrared Receiver 3&4 Soft Touch S ft T h Key Board 7&8 Intelligent Sensor
P902 "MAIN" t "F to "Front IR" t Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Label IR Gnd Key1 Key2 LED_RED Gnd EYE_SCL EYE_SDA Gnd 3.3VST n/c n/c Touch_Ver_Check n/c n/c STBY 2.84V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.25V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V Gnd 3.3V n/c n/c 0.19V n/c n/c Run 2.7V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 0V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V Gnd 3.3V n/c n/c 0V n/c n/c Diode Check 2.63V Gnd 1.77V 1.77V 1.72V Gnd 1.72V 1.72V Gnd 0.85V n/c n/c 1.69V Open Open

10 Stand-By 3.3V 13 Soft Touch Sensitivity Setting

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. DVM in Diode Mode.

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P1401 Main Board LVDS Video Signal Test Points


P106 Control
Pin 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

P1401 Main
Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 3D-Sync TXD RXD

P1401

Waveforms Taken from P1401 pins 11 and 12, but there are actually 20 pins carrying video. y p y g Input Signal SMPT Color Bar. 20mV per/div.

Pin 11 5mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Pin 12 5mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Video Video Video Video CLK CLK Video Video Video Video Video Video

Pin 11 2mSec per/div 100mV p/p

Pin 12 2mSec per/div 100mV p/p


The rest of the Waveforms are very similar in appearance and Peak to Peak. Note1: The Control Board has Test Points that make taking measurements easier to take.

Video Video Video Video CLK CLK Video Video Video Video Video Video

Main Board P1401 Location

Note2: The Control Board pins are reversed from the Main Board. Pin 1 is at the bottom of P106 connector. Use the table on the left. Note3: Use the VS DA Test Point and VS_DA external trigger to help lock the scope onto the video waveforms.

Disp_En

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P1401 Main Board LVDS Voltage and Diode Check


P1401 "Main" to P106 LVDS "Control" Pin Label Run Diode Check 1 Gnd Gnd Gnd 2 VS_3D *0V OL 3 UART_TXD 3.31V OL 4 UART_RXD 3.3V OL 5 n/c n/c n/c 6 n/c n/c n/c 7 Gnd Gnd Gnd 8 Gnd Gnd Gnd 9 Gnd Gnd Gnd 10 Gnd Gnd Gnd 11 TE2P 1.11V 1.25V 12 TE2N 1.19V 1.25V 13 TD2P 1.11V 1.38V 14 TD2N 1.19V 1.37V 15 Gnd Gnd Gnd 16 RCLK2P 1.16V 1.25V 17 RCLK2N 1.13V 1 13V 1.25V 1 25V 18 Gnd Gnd Gnd 19 TC2P 1.11V 1.25V 20 TC2N 1.19V 1.25V 21 TB2P 1.11V 1.38V 22 TB2N 1.19V 1.37V 23 TA2P 1.11V 1.38V 24 TA2N 1.19V 1.37V 25 Gnd Gnd Gnd

P1401
Pin 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 Label Run Diode Check Gnd Gnd Gnd TE1P 1.11V 1.25V TE1N 1.19V 1.25V TD1P 1.11V 1.38V TD1N 1.19V 1.37V Gnd Gnd Gnd RCLK1P 1.16V 1.25V RCLK1N 1.13V 1.25V Gnd Gnd Gnd TC1P 1.11V 1.25V TC1N 1.19V 1.25V TB1P 1.11V 1.38V TB1N 1.19V 1.37V TA1P 1.11V 1.38V TA1N 1.19V 1.37V Gnd Gnd Gnd n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c n/c SDA 3.3V OL _ 3.05V 1.0V DISP_EN SCL 3.3V OL PC_SER_DATA 3.31V OL PC_SER_CLK 3.31V OL Gnd Gnd Gnd * Pin 50 0V (No 3D) 1.65V (With 3D)

Pins in Bold are Video pins (20 Total)

Diode Mode Check with the Board Disconnected. DVM in the Diode mode.

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P1404 Main Board Motion Remote and 3D Transmitter Voltage and Diode Check
Voltage and Diode Mode Measurements for the Main Board Speaker Plug
P1404 "MAIN Board" To "Motion Remote Sensor" 0 oa d o ot o e ote Se so Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 *12 Label 3.3V_Normal Gnd _ _ 3D_RF_RX 3D_RF_TX 3D_RFModule_Reset 3D_RFModule_DC 3D_RFModule_DD Gnd 3D_RF_GPIO_0 3D_RF_GPIO_1 3D_RF_GPIO_2 3D_L/R_Sync STBY 0V Gnd 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V Gnd 0V 0V 0V 0V Run 3.29V Gnd 3.29V 3.29V 3.1V 0.1V 0.1V Gnd 0V 0V/3.18V 0V 0V/1.59V *No 3D / With 3D Note: Pin 12 with 3D Sync 3.48V p/p 60 Hz square wave. RF Freq 3D Disable 60Hz 59.94Hz GPIO 0 (9) 0 1 0 GPIO 1 (10) 0 0 1 GPIO 2 (11) 0 0 0 Diode Check 0.49V Gnd 1.18V 1.17V 2.37V 1.32V 1.34V Gnd 1.26V 1.26V 1.26V Open

P1404 Pin

Diode Mode Check with the Board Disconnected. DVM in the Diode mode.

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FRONT IR, POWER LED and SOFT TOUCH KEY PAD SECTION
The following section gives detailed information about the Front IR and Soft Touch Key Pad. These boards contains the Infrared Receiver, Intelligent Sensor and Power LEDs section. The Soft Touch Function Keys is actually a thin pad adhered to the front protective shield and actually underneath (as viewed from the rear) the Front IR Board. The Power LED is driven by LED_RED pin from the Micro IC101. Sent to the base of Q901 and then to P902 pin 4. Then sent to the Ft. IR board connector pin 5 P100. This board has no adjustments other than the Soft Touch Key board sensitivity from the Customers Menu. The Front Control Board (IR and Intelligent Sensor) receives its operational B+ from t e a the Main Board. 3 3 _S P100 p 10 from t e Main Board. This voltage is ge e ated oa d 3.3V ST 00 pin 0 o the a oa d s o tage s generated on the Main Board by the 3.3V_ST Regulator (IC500) The Intelligent Sensor IC communicate with the Main Board Microprocessor (IC101) via Clock and Data lines out P100 to P902 pins 7 and 8. The IR signal is routed back to the Main Board via pin 1. Also, the Soft Touch Key Pad is routed through out P100 to P902 pins 3 and 4.

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Front IR and Intelligent Sensor Board Locations


Lower Left Side (As viewed from rear) rear).

IR Receiver

P100 To Main Board

To gain access to the Front IR board, as viewed from the bottom of the TV, remove to two screws that hold the Front Right Speaker and pull the speaker out.

Screw

Screw

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P100 IR Board Connector Voltage and Pin Identification


32KHz Pulse 3.5V p/p 3 & 4 For the Soft Touch Key Pad T hK P d section. 7 & 8 Front LEDs and Intelligent Sensor 10 Stand-By 3.3V From IC302

P100 "Front IR and Soft Touch Keys" to "Main" Board P902 Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check 1 IR 2.84V 2.7V OL 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3 Key1 3.3V 3.3V OL 4 Key2 3.3V 3.3V OL 5 LED_RED 3.25V 0V OL 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7 EYE_SCL 3.3V 3.3V OL 8 EYE_SDA EYE SDA 3.3V 3 3V 3.3V 3 3V OL 9 Gnd Gnd Gnd OL 10 3.3VST 3.3V 3.3V 2.3V 11 n/c n/c n/c OL 12 n/c / n/c / n/c / OL 13 Touch_Ver_Check 0.19V 0V 0.62V 14 n/c n/c n/c OL 15 n/c n/c n/c OL
P100

For Readings when any Key is touched, see Soft Key Pad Section For Key 1 and Key 2.

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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Soft Touch Key Pad Resistance and Diode Mode d d d Checks


The Front IR Board has Key board h aK b d decoder that is generating these Resistance changes when a Soft Touch Key is touched. touched This in turn pulls down the Key 1 and Key 2 lines to be interpreted by the Microprocessor.

P100 (Key 1, Key 2) Resistance Reading with Soft Touch Key pressed. KEY Power CH (Dn) Input CH (Up) Pin 3 measured from Gnd 3.0M Ohms 1.9M Ohms 900K Ohms 205K Ohms KEY Enter Menu Volume (+) Volume (-) Pin 4 measured from Gnd 3.0M Ohms 1.9M Ohms 900K Ohms 205K Ohms

P100 Voltage Measurements with Soft Touch Key pressed. KEY Power CH (Dn) Input CH (Up) Pin 3 measured from Gnd 2.4V 1.6V 0.9V 0.2V KEY Enter Menu Volume (+) ( ) Volume (-) Pin 4 measured from Gnd 2.42V 1.6V 0.89V 0.2V

P100 Connector FT IR Board to P902 Main (No Key Pressed)


Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

Pin 3 4

Label KEY 1 KEY 2

STBY 3.29V 3.29V

Run 3.29V 3.29V

Diode Mode 2.58V 1.58V

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MOTION REMOTE and 3D SYNC BOARD SECTION


The first time the Motion Remote has its batteries installed and pointed at the Television, the Motion Remote is synchronized with the TV. After that, when pointing the remote at the TV and pressing the Enter key, a pointer appears on screen, then by moving the Motion Remote around, the pointer moves with the movement of the remote. When the pointer is placed over a selectable button, you can press the center Enter button and active the Enter object. This makes navigation much easier. You can also adjust the volume, change channels and mute the audio with the Motion Remote and it has a convenient Home button for the TV Menu. Home A wrist band can be attached to the remote to avoid dropping and damaging the remote. The Motion Remote utilizes a specialized receiver on the Television to receive the RF signal and this information is then routed to P1302 and on to the IC101 the BCM IC for pointer positioning and interpretation of the other functions.
How to Re-register the Magic Motion Remote Control after Registration Failure. Reset the remote control by pressing and holding both the ENTER and MUTE buttons for 5 seconds. An LED will blink 3 times indicating the remote is ready for registering. Motion Remote Magic Remote AKB73295502

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Motion Remote Receiver Board


The following section gives detailed information about the Motion Remote Receiver Board The Motion Remote Receiver receives signals from the Board. Motion Remote to manipulate the On-Screen pointer. The Motion Remote receives its operational B+ from the Main Board: 3.3V_Normal P1302 pin 1 from the Main Board to J1 Pin 1. This voltage is generated on the Main Board (IC505) 3 3V MULTI generated on the Main Board (IC402) 3.3V_MULTI (IC402).
No Connector Number Silk Screened on board p/n: EBR72499601

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Motion Remote Receiver Board Close Up


No Connector No. Rear View

p/n: EBR72499601

Front View

RF Transmitter Receiver

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Motion Remote Connector Voltage and Diode Check


"Motion Remote Sensor to P1302 "MAIN Board" Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Freq 3D Disable 60Hz 59.94Hz

Label 3.3V_Normal Gnd M_REMOTE_RX M_REMOTE_TX M_RFModule_Reset DC_Mremote DD_Mremote DD Mremote Gnd 3D_GPIO_0 3D_GPIO_1 3D_GPIO_2 3D Sync
GPIO 0 0 1 0 GPIO 1 0 0 1

STBY 0V Gnd 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V Gnd 0V 0V 0V 0V


GPIO 2 0 0 0

Run 3.33V Gnd 3.29V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3 3V Gnd 0V 0V/3.18V 0V 0V/1.59V

Diode Check 0.49V Gnd 1.18V 1.17V 2.37V 1.32V 1.34V 1 34V Gnd 1.26V 1.26V 1.26V Open
Pin 12 w/3D

No Label

3.48V p/p 60 Hz

*Pin 10/12 voltages without 3D / with 3D

Diode Mode Readings taken with all connectors Disconnected. Black lead on Gnd. DVM in Diode Mode.

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INVISIBLE SPEAKER SYSTEM SECTION Invisible Speaker System Overview (Full Range Speakers)
p/n: EAB62028901 The 50PZ950 contains the Invisible Speaker system. system The Full Range Speakers point downward, so there are no front viewable speaker grills or air ports. Installed Bottom View Anti Rattle Pad Anti Rattle Pad

Remove two screws from the bottom

Reading across speaker wires, 8.2 ohm.


Front View

Rear View

Speaker Connection

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INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM (11 X 17 Foldout) SECTION

This section shows the Interconnect Diagram called the p 11X17 foldout thats available in the Paper and Adobe version of the Training Manual. Use the Adobe version to zoom in for easier reading reading. When Printing the Interconnect diagram, print from the Adobe Ad b version and print onto 11X17 size paper for b t i d i t t i f best results.

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42PW350 (42T3 Panel) CIRCUIT INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM


VR601 Set-up A
FPC 100V 2MSec 577V p/p

155V 5V

P813 "SMPS" to P500 "Main" Pin Label e Auto_Gnd b M_ON ad AC Det a RL_ON STBY_5V Gnd ac STBY Gnd 0V 0V 0V Run Gnd 3.28V 4.06V 3.28V No Load Diode 4.86V 0V 4.94V 0V 4.94V Gnd 4.94V 5.22V Gnd 17V Open Open 3.1V Open 2.53V Gnd 2.84V 2.13V Gnd 3.06V Note a: The RL_On command turns on the 17V, +5V, Error_Det and AC_DET. Note b: The M-On command turns on M5V, Va and Vs. Note c: The Error Det line is not used in this model. Note d: AC Det line is not used. Note e: Pin 18 is grounded on the Main. If opened, the power supply turn on automatically.

Z-SUS Signal
P2 "Z-SUS" to "Y-SUS" P206 Pin Label Run 1~4 ER_PASS 98V~102V OL 5 n/c n/c n/c 6~7 +Vs *200V OL 8 n/c n/c n/c 9~11 Gnd Gnd Gnd 12 M5V 5.06V 1.03V * Note: Varies according to Panel Label Connect Scope between Waveform TP J17 on Z board and Gnd. Use RMS information just to check for board activity.

P811 "Power Supply" to P7 "Z-SUS" Pin 1~2


B

18 17 16 15 13-14 9-12 8 5-7 3-4

Label Run Vs Gnd Va M5V *200V Gnd *55V 5.0V

Diode Open Gnd Open 1.38V

0V VR401 Set-Dn

P201 Waveform P202

3~4 5

3.47V 5.14V Gnd Gnd

63VRMS

50V

100uSec

230V p/p

195uSec 5uSec 69VRMS 100V 100uS 576V p/p

Error_Det 3.44V 4.02V a 0.46V 5.17V 5.1V Gnd a 17V Gnd 0V Gnd 17V

Y-DRIVE BOARD p/n: EBR69839101

Connect Scope between Waveform TP on Y-Drive and Gnd

*Voltage varies with panel label

1_2

P7 "Z-SUS" to "SMPS" P811 Pin Label Run Diode Check 1~2 +Vs *200V OL 3~4 Gnd Gnd Gnd 5 +Va *55V OL 6 M5V 5.06V 1.03V * Note: Varies according to Panel Label
FS2 VA

DO NOT USE THIS TP FOR ADJUSTMENTS Waveform Taken from C213 Left Side with Y-DRIVES 116VRMS 100V 2mSec 485V p/p

FPC

P206

FG5V + C523 FG

FG5V Diode Check reads 1.33V Board Connected or 1.63V Disconnected

Z-SUB BOARD p/n: EBR71728001

F301 4A/250V
STBY 160V RUN 390V D602 Q802

D901
VS Supply

P2
P811
VS TP VA TP

D902

P7
Diode Check
7A/125V FS3 (M5V)

VR1 Vzbias
FS1/FS2: Diode Check OL: Connected or Disconnected FS3: Diode Check 0.76V: Connected 1.03V: Disconnected

10A/125V Vzbias TP R151


Top 2 pins are VA 11~12

P201

WITH NO Y-DRIVE (Board removed completely) 112VRMS 100V 2mSec 470V p/p

There are Chocolate pieces between the Y-SUS and the Panel. Be sure to return them to there correct location if they should fall off when removing the Y-SUS.

F302 2.5A/250V
Q601

D504 Q801
VA Supply

L602

STBY 160V RUN 390V IC301

VR901 VS Adj

Q501

VR502 VA Adj
P2 "Control" to P201 "Z-SUS Board" Pin Label Gnd SUSUP Gnd SUSDN n/c ZBIAS Gnd VZ_CON CTRL_OE Y-OE M5V (+15V) Run Gnd 0.22V Gnd 0.79V n/c 1.92V Gnd 3.25V Gnd 0.05V 5.06V 18.2V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Gnd OL Gnd OL OL OL Gnd OL OL OL 1.15V OL P201 "Z-SUS Board" to P2 "Control" Label (+15V) M5V Y-OE CTRL_OE VZ_CON Gnd ZBIAS n/c ZSUSDN Gnd ZSUSUP Gnd Run 18.2V 5.06V 0.05V Gnd 3.25V Gnd 1.92V n/c 0.79V Gnd 0.22V Gnd Diode Check 2.18V 1.03V OL Gnd OL Gnd OL OL OL Gnd OL Gnd
18V J1

P4

FS1 VS

Diode Check Pin 1~3 4~5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Q602

All FGnd

P101
P203 FPC

P213

Y-SUS P/N: EBR68341901

VR601 Set-Up

FG5V Diode Check reads 1.33V Board Connected or OL Disconnected Pins are reversed From Y-SUS

-Vy TP R201 -Vy Adj VR502


D502 D503 FG D506 FS501 18V
M5V J35

SMPS Test Unplug P813 to Main board. Use two (100W) light bulbs in series between Vs and Gnd to place a load on the SMPS. Apply AC, all voltage should run. See Auto Gen on the Control board to perform a Panel Test. If all supplies do not run when A/C is applied, disconnect P811 to isolate the excessive load.

D351

T901 L601

5V Supply

Z-SUS P/N: EBR68342001


6.3A/250V

P101
See Waveform Above

Q355 D352
17V Supply

SMPS P/N: EAY62170901


D101 RL103

Q356

P702
F101 10A/250V

P813

9 10 11~12 13~15

5V J28

R1 Y-OE

The Z-SUS will run stand alone. Disconnect P2 to the Y-SUS. Disconnect P105 on CTL. Board. Jump 17V from the SMPS J2 (just left of P813) to Z-SUS J1 (just above P6) connector. Ground Y-OE Z-SUS (bottom R1). Output Waveform J17 (281V p/p).

Z-SUS Waveform
J17

P103
P3

P6

SC101

P102
1, 2 FG5V FL1

FG15V J66 FG5V J54

VR401 Set-Dn
T501
18V J55 M5V J13 OE J73
D506 18V Source P101 D502 -Vy Source 200V D503 VSC Source 146V

With the unit on, if D1 is not on, check 5V supply. If present replace the Control Board. If missing, see (To Test Power Supply)

FPC

IC701 (1.8V Core) (1) Gnd (2) 1.8V (3) 3.31V


IC701
3 2 1 2

18V P6 pins 1-3 M5V P2 pin 4-5


P6 Pins inverted from P2 on Control

18V P2 pins 13-15 M5V P2 pin 11-12


CONTROL BOARD P/N: EBR71200701
1.06V 3.27V

P203
Bottom 2 Pins are VA 4~5

P204 P205

Q1400

P2
4.94V

P212
Scan

C213

Ribbon Cable Y-SUS and Y Drive Signals


28~30 (18V) 24-27 (M5V)
OE should be 0V (5V indicates a Problem)
P105 "Control" to P101 "Y-SUS"
Pin 1~3 4~7 8~11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Label +15V +5V Gnd Dumy2 Y-OE PC ER_DN DATA_PRE ER_UP SC_A RAMP_UP STB RAMP_BLK CLK SUS_DN DUMMY_3 DUMMY_1 DUMMY_4 SUS_UP_0 CTRL_OE RAMP_DN Gnd Run 18.2V 4.94V Gnd 2.14V 0.03V 1.84V 0.5V 0.01V 0.3V 1.45V 0.22V 1.5V 1.07V 0.6V 2.71V 2.14V 1.07V 1.35V 0.75V 0.11V 2.17V Gnd Diode Check OL 1.15V Gnd OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL Gnd

3.3V

1.8V

IC101

VS_DA

L1 IC703
1.05V 1.05V

P105
IC22

D1
1.8V On

P106

Ribbon Cable LVDS


See 2 page for Waveforms PANEL TEST: Remove LVDS Cable. Short across Auto Gen TPs to generate a test pattern.
A
nd

To Speakers All speaker IC1400 wires 0V~1V Soft to Loud


P1401
Q1402 Q1401
D D

3D Formatter

Serial Flash WP

E C

X1400 24Mhz

IC1402
Serial Flash

P501
IC1404
+1.0V
+5V in

L1402 IC1407
+1.8V
1 2 3
+3.3V_3D_A In (3)

Other Main Boards p/n: EBR72942901 AUSLLHR p/n: EBR71638619 Interchangeable


3 2 1
+3.3V Reg +3.3V_3D Reg
+5V in (3) +5V_ST_EN In

IC1401
DDR

IC1406
2

P106
Pins are reversed from Y-SUS

T502

P211

Back of Board D508 FG15V Source IC508 FG5V Source

1~3 (18V) 4-7 (M5V)

SDA_3.3V_MOD S G SCL_3.3V_MOD
S G

MAIN BOARD p/n: EBT61267425 AUSLLJR


IC1202
+5V_ST_EN In

3 1 2

IC702
3.31V

IC53
1 2 2 3

IC500
3 2 1

+3.3V_AVDD
+5V_ST In

3.3V_ST
5V_ST in (3)

IC502

IC504
2
17V in

+5V_ST_EN Switch

IC11 X1 25 MHz

P902
C B E

+1.26V_VDDC) Reg

Q501
D S C G

B E

Auto Gen

P1404
B
L502

FPC

P211 "Y-SUS" to "Y-Drive" P106


Pin 1~2 3~4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Label VSC (Y-Scan) VPP Run 146.2V 145V Diode Check OL OL OL FG 1.46V 1.46V 1.54V 1.46V 1.54V FG

P213 "Y-SUS" to "Y-Drive" P101 Pin 1-2 Label FGnd Run FGnd

FS501 18V Diode Check reads 0.85V Board Connected or 1.13V Disconnected

3.3V from IC53 Pins 41~43

P107

3.3V from IC53 Pins 8~10

P108

To Ft IR

P22 n/c
n/c Upgrades

LED_Red Driver

Q901

3D Sync To Motion Remote


D200
A2 A1 C

DDR

IC102
HDCP EEPROM

Q500
+5V_TU

Q501 CTL
EEPROM

L503 IC104

IC109
2

3 2 1

IC506
+3.3V
+5V in

IC507 D501

P202
3

IC501
+1.5V_DDR_IN
+5V_ST_EN In in

+5V in

IC1201
DDR

n/c
SUS_DN (FG) CLK STB OC1 DATA OC2 SUS_DN (FG)

n/c
FG 0.92V 2.24V 2.26V 0V 2.8V FG

P212 "Y-SUS" to "Y-Drive" P102 Pin 1-10 11-12 Label FGnd FG5V Run FGnd 5V

Black Lead on Floating Gnd

To Test Y-SUS 18V, FG5V & FG15V supplies. Disconnect all connectors. Jump M5V from SMPS to Y-SUS. (J35 bottom of the board is an easy TP). Ground J73 (OE) Ground the Y-SUS. Apply AC to SMPS. Check 18V, FG5V & FG15V supplies.

IC703 ( 9) 1.92V (1) 4.94V (10) 1.06V (2) 0V (11) 1.06V (3) Gnd (12) 1.06V (4) Gnd (13) 6.1V (5) Gnd (14) 4.96V (6) 0.83V (15) 3.31V (7) 0.61V (16) 5V (8) 0.52V

Note: IC53 (3.3V Regulator) routed to all X Boards * If the complaint is no video and shorting the points (AutoGen) causes video to appear suspect the Main board or LVDS cable. Note: LVDS Cable must be removed for Auto Gen to work.

IC53 (3.3V Reg) (1) 4.94V (2) 3.32V (3) Gnd

IC103
HDMI CEC

Serial Flash
1 C

Q800
A2 A1

Hot Swap
B E

Black Lead on FG (Floating Gnd)

BUFFER OUTPUT DIODE CHECK 0.8V Red Lead on FGnd OL Black Lead on FGnd VPP DIODE CHECK 0.67V Red Lead on FGnd OL Black Lead on FGnd
Note: Screws on Y-Drive are Chassis Ground

Y-DRIVE CHECKS VSCAN DIODE CHECK 1.13V Red Lead on FGnd OL Black Lead on FGnd DATA DIODE CHECK 0.78V Red Lead on FGnd 2.1V Black Lead on FGnd

25

CLK, LE, OC1, OC2 DIODE CHECK 0.6VV Red Lead on FGnd OL Black Lead on FGnd

FPC

26 27 28 29 30

To P902 Main

IR/Key Board p/n: EAB62028901

Power LED

P100
A

P902 "MAIN" to "Front IR" Pin Label STBY 1 IR 2.84V 2 Gnd Gnd 3 Key1 3.3V 4 Key2 3.3V 5 LED_RED 3.25V 6 Gnd Gnd 7 EYE_SCL 3.3V 8 EYE_SDA 3.3V 9 Gnd Gnd 10 3.3VST 3.3V 11 n/c n/c 12 n/c n/c 13 Touch_Ver_Check 0.19V 14 n/c n/c 15 n/c n/c

Q806
A2 A1 C

EDID WP
C B E

IC101 Micro/ Video Processor


X200 24Mhz

NAND FLASH

IC505 L506
3 2 1

USB +5V OCP

+2.5V_AVDD
+3.3V_AVDD

IC1101

IC600
+1.2V_DE
+3.3V in (3)

3 2 1

D805
B+ Routing
A1 C A2

EDID

IC700

Run 2.7V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 0V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V Gnd 3.3V n/c n/c 0V n/c n/c

D801
Audio Amp

D804

Q103

IC804 Q807 Q1304


B C B C E E B C

IC802
C

TUNER TU1300
18. IF p 17. IF n 16. IF AGC 15. Reset 14. 3.3V 13. 1.26V 12. GND 11. CVBS 10. NC 9. SIF 8. NC 7. SDA 6. SCL 5. NC 4. NC 3. 5V 2. NC 1. NC

L703

L701 L700
Hot Swap

EDID

Hot Swap

L702

D803 Q805
C

A2

A1

IC801

EDID

Tuner SIF
E

IC900
RS232

EDID

Q1305
Tuner CVBS

IC901

P700
R-R+L-L+

Q900

B E

RS232 TX Buffer

P201

P206

Motion To P1404 Main

3D sync/ Motion Remote p/n: EBR72499601

Attached to front glass


Diode Check TCP disconnected Red Lead on TCP VA OL Black Lead on TCP VA 0.5V Red Lead on TCP 3.3V OL Black Lead on TCP 3.3V 0.53V EC OL either way

X-Board Left p/n: EBR68019901 P202 P203 P204

P211 Va in on Pins 3~4

P232 3.3V in on Pins 9~11 P206

P331 3.3V in on Pins 42~44 P301

P311 Va out on Pins 3~4 P302

X-Board Right p/n: EBR68020001 P303

P1404 on Main to Motion Remote 3D Sync pin 12 (3.48V p/p) 60Hz Pin 9 or 10 should be high to turn on 3D RF transmitter on Motion Remote board.

P312 VA in on Pins 3~4 P305 P306

P205

P304

42PW350 Main Board (Front Side) Component Voltages


IC103 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC501 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] Serial Flash For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.29V 3.29V 3.29V 3.29V +1.5V_DDR_IN Regulator 5V (In) 5V (In) 0V 0V 0V 0.81V 0.72V 0.53V 1.7V 1.58V 1.58V 1.58V 6.7V 0.12V 2.98V 2.98V (In) IC502 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] IC504 Pin [1] [2] [3] IC506 +1.26V_VDDC Regulator 5V (In) 5V (In) 0V 0V 081V 0.81V 0.72V 0.53V 1.7V 1.3V 1.3V 1.3V 6.47V 0.25V 0 25V 2.96V 5V (In) +3.3V_AVDD Regulator 0V 3.3V (Out) 5.2V (In) +3.3V Regulator IC507 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC600 +5V_TU Regulator 11.1V 17V 3.1V 1.8V 0.8V 0.6V 0V 5V IC1404 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] IC1406 Pin [1] [2] [3] IC1407 Pin [1] [2] [3] +1.0V Regulator 5V (In) 0V 0V 0V 0V 0.8V 0.65V 0.54V 1.7V 1.05V 1.05V 1.05V 6.1V 0.15V 0 15V 2.9V 0V +3.3V_VST +3.3V_3D 0V 3.31V (Out) 5V (In) Q1402 D501 Pin [A] 0V [C] 5V Pin [1] 0V [2] 3.3V (Out) [3] 5.2V (In) Reg IC507 (+1.8V) Regulator 0V 1.8V (Out) 3.3V (In) Q501 +5V_ST_EN Pin Switch [B] 0.7V [C] 5.2V [E] 5.2V LED_RED Pin Driver [B] 0.71V [E] 0V [C] 0V Write Protect Pin for IC1402 [B] 0V [E] 0V [C] 3.18V SCL_3.3V_MOD Pin Buffer [B] 3.28V [C] 3.3V [E] 3.28V SDA_3.3V_MOD Pin Buffer [B] 3.28V [C] 3.3V [E] 3.28V

Q901

+1.2V_DE Pin Regulator [1] 3.3V (In) [2] 1.26V (Out) [3] Gnd

Q1400

Q1401 D200 Pin [A1] 0V [C] 0V [A2] 0V Reset Speed Up

42PW350 Main Board (Back Side) Component Voltages


IC102 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC109 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [ ] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC500 HDCP EEPROM Gnd Gnd 3.3V Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V EEPROM for Micro Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 0V 3.3V 3.3V IC505 +2.5V_AVDD +2 5V AVDD Pin Regulator [1] 3.3V (In) [2] Gnd [3] 2.52V (Out) IC801, IC802 EDID Data For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V EDID Data Side Input For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V IC900 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] IC901 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] RS232 Tx/Rx 3.3V 5.6V 0V 0V (-5.6V) (-5.6V) 5.7V 0V 3.3V 0V 3.3V 3.3V 0V (-5.6V) Gnd 3.3V (B+) EDID Data for PC For HDMI Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V IC1101 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC1402 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [ ] [7] [8] Q103 USB 5V Limiter Gnd 5.1V (In) 5.1V (In) 3.3V 0V 5.1V (Out) 5.1V (Out) n/c Serial Flash 3.29V 0V 3.3V 0V 0V 0V 3.29V 3.29V Q800 Pin [1 B] [2 S] [3 D] [4 G] Q806 Pin [B] 0V [C] 0V [E] 0V Q807 Pin [B] 0.1V [C] 0V [E] 0V Q900 Pin [B] 0.63V [C] 0V [E] 0V Q1304 Pin [B] 0.23V [C] 0V [E] 0.92V HDMI CEC Buffer 3.29V 3.29V 3.23V 3.3V Hot Swap Q1305 Tuner Pin CVBS [B] 3.63V [C] 0V [E] 4.3V Biasing Pin for Q800 [A1] 3.28V [C] 3.32V [A2] 0V 5V Pin Routing [A1] 0V [C] 3.32V [A2] 3.28V 5V Pin Routing [A1] 3.28V [C] 3.32V [A2] 0V 5V Pin Routing [A1] 5.1V [C] 4.9V [A2] 0V

IC801 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] IC804 Pin [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

D801

D803 Hot Swap

D804 Hot Swap

3.3V_VST Pin Regulator [1] Gnd [2] 3.3V (Out) [3] 5.09V (In)

EDID Pin WP [B] 0V [C] 5V [E] 0V +5V_ST_EN Switch CTL 0.64V 0V 0V

D805 Tuner SIF

Q500 Pin [B] [C] [E]

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This concludes the 42PW350 Presentation

09/06/2011 Update
Page 1: Corrected Front Cover page: 1080P changed to 720P. Pages 10 and 11: Dropped Wireless Ready information. g pp y Pages 21~28: Added Power Off Status information. Page 29: Added EDID D/L information Page 91: Added waveform for Y-SUS waveform with no Y-Drives Page 165 Interconnect: Added waveform for Y-SUS waveform output with no Y-Drives. Moved 3D S ti i f t of Di M d Section in front f Disassembly S ti bl Section

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