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LCD 2009 12 02

Date of Issue: Classification:

LCD TELEVISION TECHNICAL BULLETIN

5th December 2009 White Page 1 of 1

MODELS

LC32LE600E

LC40LE600E

LC46LE600E

LC52LE600E

REASON ACTION

Changes in LCD panel assembly and Main PWB during production. When servicing please check the rear rating plate to ensure the correct circuit and parts list is being used as there are currently 3 versions including A an B variants.

Figure 1: Original Version Model Number only. Figure 2: Indication of A Version chassis.

Sharp Electronics (UK) Limited


Reference LV315 Revision - 1

White Carry out as required Yellow Carry out as required and whenever the unit comes in for service Red Carry out on all units

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LC32LE600E

SAFETY PRECAUTION
IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION

Service Manual

Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all safety checks and the servicing guidelines which follow:

WARNING
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be attempted. 2. Disconnect AC power before servicing.

Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0.15F capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet parts and a known earth ground, such as electrical conduit or electrical ground connected to an earth ground. Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt, or higher, sensitivity or measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor. Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a return to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, knobs and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor. All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug connection reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized adaptor plug must be used only for the purpose of completing these checks.) Any reading of 1.05 V peak (this corresponds to 0.7 mA peak AC.) or more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which must be corrected before returning the monitor to the owner.

CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE FUSE.

LC-32LE600E/RU/S: F7001, F7002 (2.5A/250V) LC-40LE600E/RU/S: F7001, F7002 (5A/250V) LC-46LE600E/RU/S: F7001, F7002 (6.3A/250V)
BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire & Shock Hazard)
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following safety checks: 3. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched, and check that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and other metal parts in the receiver. 4. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs, insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment covers or shields, isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical insulators, etc. 5. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current in the following manner. Plug the AC cord directly into a 220~240 volt AC outlet.

DVM AC SCALE
1.5k ohm 10W

0.15 F TEST PROBE

TO EXPOSED METAL PARTS

CONNECT TO KNOWN EARTH GROUND

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SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD color television have special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection, nor can protection afforded by them be necessarily increased by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this manual; electrical components having such features are identified by and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts List and Schematic Diagrams. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// For continued protection, replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuit. The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not have the same safety characteristics as the factory recommended replacement parts shown in this service manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.

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LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S Precautions for using lead-free solder


Employing lead-free solder
PWBs of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF symbol indicates lead-free solder, and is attached on the PWBs and service manuals. The alphabetical character following LF shows the type of lead-free solder. Example:

LFa
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.

L F a/a
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.

Using lead-free wire solder


When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder, apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional lead wire solder may cause damage or accident due to cracks. As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher than the lead wire solder by 40 C, we recommend you to use a dedicated soldering bit, if you are not familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or soldering bit, contact our service station or service branch in your area.

Soldering
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is about 220 C which is higher than the conventional lead solder by 40 C, and as it has poor solder wettability, you may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the PWB for extended period of time. However, Since the land may be peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance temperature of parts may be exceeded, remove the bit from the PWB as soon as you confirm the steady soldering condition. Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to turn on and off the power of the bit as required. If a different type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after every use of it. When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper. Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.

Lead-free wire solder for servicing Part No. ZHNDAi123250E ZHNDAi126500E ZHNDAi12801KE J J J Description 0.3mm 250g (1roll) 0.6mm 500g (1roll) 1.0mm 1kg (1roll) Code BL BK BM

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LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S End of life disposal

End of life disposal


A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households) 1. In the European Union
Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the ordinary dust bin! Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. Following the implementation by member states, private households within the EU states may return their used electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection facilities free of charge*. In some countries* your local retailer may also take back your old product free of charge if you purchase a similar new one. *) Please contact your local authority for further details. If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators, please dispose of these separately beforehand according to local requirements. By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health which could otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste handling.

Attention: Your product is marked with this symbol. It means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste. There is a separate collection system for these products.

2. In other Countries outside the EU


If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal. For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic equipment can be returned free of charge to the dealer, even if you dont purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are listed on the homepage of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.

B. Information on Disposal for Business Users 1. In the European Union


If the product is used for business purposes and you want to discard it: Please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about the take-back of the product. You might be charged for the costs arising from take-back and recycling. Small products (and small amounts) might be taken back by your local collection facilities. For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your local authority for take-back of your used products.

2. In other Countries outside the EU


If you wish to discard of this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal. The battery supplied with this product contains traces of Lead. For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to the general household waste! There is a separate collection system for used batteries, to allow proper treatment and recycling in accordance with legislation. Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and recycling schemes. For Switzerland: The used battery is to be returned to the selling point. For other non-EU countries: Please contact your local authority for correct method of disposal of the used battery.

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CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS
LC32LE600E

Service Manual

[1] DIMENSIONS
46"/40"/32"
() [] [[ ]] LC-46LE600E/RU/S LC-40LE600E/RU/S LC-32LE600E/RU/S

( 470.0 ) / [ 420.0 ] / [[ 390.0 ]]

( 1099.0 ) / [ 964.0 ] / [[ 767.0 ]]

( 123.2 ) [ 99.0 ] [[ 83.0 ]]

( 93.2 ) [ 93.1 ] [[ 91.9 ]]

( 740.0 ) / [ 664.0 ] / [[ 554.0 ]]

( 688.0 ) / [ 612.0 ] / [[ 502.0 ]]

( 415.0 ) / [ 377.0 ] / [[ 321.0 ]]

( 1023.4 ) / [ 887.8 ] / [[ 700.0 ]]

( 575.6 ) [ 500.4 ] [[ 394.5 ]]

( 175.0 ) / [ 170.0 ] / [[ 135.0 ]]

( 357.0 ) / [ 309.0 ] / [[ 271.9 ]]

( 400.0 ) / [ 300.0 ] / [[ 200.0 ]]

( 400.0 ) / [ 300.0 ] / [[ 200.0 ]]

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Service CHAPTER 4. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE


LC32LE600E

Manual

[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE


1. Adjustment method after PWB and/or IC replacement due to repair
The unit is set to the optimum at the time of shipment from the factory. If any value should become improper or any adjustment is necessary due to the part replacement, make an adjustment according to the following procedure. 1. Procure the following units in order to replace the main unit, E2PROM (IC8455). MAIN UNIT: DUNTKF111FM11

NOTE: [Caution when replacing ICs in the main unit (IC501)] The above ICs are EEPROMs storing the EDID data of PC data. Before replacing the relevant part, procure the following parts in which the data have been rewritten. IC501 RH-iXC206WJQZS EDID (PC) ANALOG-RGB

2. Entering and exiting the adjustment process mode


1. Press the MAIN POWER key on the set of running TV set to force power off. (Or, unplug the AC power cord of running TV set to force power off.) 2. While holding down the 3. Next, hold down the (-) and INPUT keys on the set at once, press the MAIN POWER key on the set to turn on the power. (-) and P ( ) keys on the set at once. The letter K appears on the screen. Multiple lines of orange characters appearing on the screen indicate that the set is now in the adjustment process mode. If you fail to enter the adjustment process mode (the display is the same as normal start up), retry the procedure. 4. To exit the adjustment process mode after the adjustment is done, press the MAIN POWER key and turn off a power supply. or unplug the AC power cord to force power off. (When the power is turned off with the remote controller, once unplug the AC power cord and wait for 10 seconds before plug it in again.) CAUTION: Use due care in handling the information described here lest the users should know how to enter the adjustment process mode. If the settings are tampered with in this mode, unrecoverable system damage may result.

3. Remote controller key operation in adjustment process mode.


1. key operation Remote controller key P( / ) (+/-) Cursor ( / ) Cursor ( / ) Input button OK Main unit key P( / ) (+/-) Input button Remote controller key Main unit key Function Moving an item (line) by one (UP/DOWN) Changing a selected item setting (+1/-1) Turning a page (PREVIOUS/NEXT) Changing a selected line setting (+10/-10) Input source switching (toggle switching) (TVEXT1EXT2EXT3EXT4HDMI1HDMI2HDMI3EXT8) Executing a function

Input mode is switched automatically when relevant adjustment is started so far as the necessary input signal is available.

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4. Description of display
(1) Current page / Total pages (2) Currentry selected input (3) Inch setting and Model name display

PAGE 1/8 Main Version Boot Version T-CON Version CPLD Version INCH SIZE ERROR RESET STANDBY CAUSE

TV

**E_LE600E 1.14 20090429.1.12 00 00 00 00 32 4C 32 B1 xx xx NO [NO/YES] 00 00 00 00 00 [1] 00H 00M [2] 00H 00M [3] 00H 00M [4] 00H 00M [5] 00H 00M

Adjustment process menu header

(4) Item name

(5) Parameter

No. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Description Current page/total pages Currently selected input Inch setting and destination display Item name Parameter table

Display specification 2char/2char Decimal Number mark. TVEXT1EXT2EXT3EXT4HDMI1HDMI2HDMI3EXT8 32/40/46 Max. 30 char Max. 60 char (Preset value of each item)

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5. Adjustment process mode menu
The character string in brackets [ ] will appear as a page title in the adjustment process menu header. Page 1/8 Line 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Item Main Version Boot Version T-CON Version CPLD Version INCH SIZE ERROR RESET STANDBY CAUSE Description 1.14 20090429.1.12 00 00 00 00 32 4C 32 B1 xx 32/40/46 NO [NO/YES] 00 00 00 00 00 1) 00H 00M 2) 00H 00M 3) 00H 00M 4) 00H 00M 5) 00H 00M [NO/YES(E)/YES(I)/YES(F)/YES(R) OFF [OFF/ON] 000000000000 WAIT [STANDBY/WAIT] ENTER ENTER ENTER E-12/E-9(SMPTE)/E-12(SMPTE) 31 NO [NO/YES] ENTER 31 ENTER 70 128 128 140 140 140 NO [NO/YES] ENTER 128 128 128 80 80 80 NO [NO/YES] 67 0 1280 3712 1280 1280 1280 3712 3712 3712 NO [NO/YES] NO [NO/YES] Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.) Main microprocessor version Boot version of the main microprocessor T-CON microprocessor version CPLD Version for Backlight controller Initial Setting of panel size Lamp error reset. (Select YES and press OK key.) Error standby cause. Total operating time before error. (5 times histories)

2/8 1 2 3 4 3/8 1 2 4/8 1 2 3 4 5/8 1 2 6/8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7/8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8/8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 COM BIAS LCD TEST PATTERN WB Point A Point B Point A ADJ R ADJ G ADJ B Point B ADJ R ADJ G ADJ B WB WRITE WB RESET Common Bias auto adjustment execution Pattern with built-in LCD controller display W/B adjustment, gradation Point A input setting W/B adjustment, gradation Point B input setting W/B adjustment, gradation Point A R_adjustment value W/B adjustment, gradation Point A G_adjustment value W/B adjustment, gradation Point A B_adjustment value W/B adjustment, gradation Point B R_adjustment value W/B adjustment, gradation Point B G_adjustment value W/B adjustment, gradation Point B B_adjustment value W/B writing of adjustment values Reset of W/B adjustment value RGB-ADJ R OFF SET G OFF SET B OFF SET R GAIN G GAIN B GAIN ADJ RESET SCART RGB level adjustment execution R OFF SET adjustment value G OFF SET adjustment value B OFF SET adjustment value R DRIVE adjustment value G DRIVE adjustment value B DRIVE adjustment value Reset of adjustment COM-ADJ Y OFF SET PB OFF SET PR OFF SET Y GAIN PB GAIN PR GAIN ADJ RESET COMPONENT level adjustment execution Y CUTOFF adjustment value PB CUTOFF adjustment value PR CUTOFF adjustment value Y GAIN adjustment value PB GAIN adjustment value PR GAIN adjustment value Reset of adjustment VIDEO ADJ GAIN VIDEO level adjustment execution TUNER ADJ CHANNEL GAIN ADJ RESET VIDEO level adjustment execution Gain adjustment Reset of adjustment INSPECT USB TERM HDMI CEC TEST Reading inspection of USB memory terminal HDMI CEC test INDUSTRY INIT PUBLIC MODE I2C DATA I2C STATE Initialization to factory settings execution. ON/OFF setting of hotel mode Write and read of data in I2C BUS control IC. Execution of write and read of I2C DATA

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6. Special features
1. STANDBY CAUSE (Page 1/8) Display of a cause (code) of the last standby. The cause of the last standby is recorded in EEPROM whenever possible. Checking this code will be useful in finding a problem when you repair the troubled set.

7. ROM Writing (HDMI_EDID)


1. EDID writing 1) Get ready the PC with COM port (RS-232C) running on Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP operating system, as well as the RS-232C cross cable. 2) Start the set with the set connected with the personal computer with the RS232C cross cable. 3) Start the terminal software. (The free ware readily available on the Internet will do.) 4) Make the following settings. Baud rate Data LENGTH Parity bit Stop bit Flow control : 9600 bps : 8bit : none : 1 bit : none

5) Input following commands to terminal software. KRSW0001 PC replies ERR (you should ignore this replay) KKT10037 PC replies OK WRED0000 PC replies OK... At that time, EDID writing finish with success. 6) It usually returns to a state by AC-OFF/ON. Disconnect and connect AC cable, then TV wakes up with normal mode. 2. Software version (1) Mainmicon Software (2) Boot version of mainmicon Software (3) T-CON Monitor micon Software (4) CPLD Version Ver. 1.14 *1 Ver. 1.12 *1 Ver. 1.0 *1 XX *1

*1 Please refer to the change report document for the latest version (Issued it to SEES).

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8. Adjustment procedure
1. Inch Setting 1 Adjustment point Inch Setting Adjustment conditions Adjustment process mode Adjustment procedure 1) Inch Setting with adjustment process mode. 2) Enter the adjustment process mode, refering to the 2nd item. 3) By using P ( / ) key of R/C, Move the cursor to INCH SIZE on page 1/ 8. 4) Select inch size 32/40/46 with the Volume (+)/(-) key of remote control. 5) Press the OK key of remote control. 6) After a while, If *** OK *** is displayed, the setting is completed.

Adjustment process INCH SIZE menu page 1/8

2. COMB-BIAS Adjustment 1 Adjustment point COM-BIAS Adjustment Adjustment conditions A visual check Adjustment procedure 1) COM-BIAS Adjustment with adjustment process mode. 2) Enter to the adjustment process mode, refering to the 2nd item. 3) By using / key and P ( / ) key of R/C, Move the cursor to COMBIAS on page 8/8. 4) Press the OK key. then, you can check that the pattern for adjustment is displayed. 5) Adjust so that the flicker for the central part of a screen becomes the minimum using the volume (+)/(-) key of R/C. 6) In order to exit from this process, press the OK key of remote control again.

Adjustment process COM BIAS menu page 8/8

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9. Video signal adjustment procedure
* The adjustment process mode menu is listed in 5th item. : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (White level from pedestal) : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (White level from pedestal) : Y level 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (White level from pedestal) : PB,PR level 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p Signal generator level adjustment check (Adjustment to the specified level) Composite signal PAL/SECAM PC (Analog D_sub15pin) signal 33K component signal

1. Picture Adjustment 1) Entering the adjustment process mode Adjustment point 2) TUNER adjustment 1 Adjustment point Setting Adjustment conditions [Signal] PAL split colour Bar In-house UV Adjustment procedure Feed the In-house signal (PAL color bar) to TUNER. Make sure the PAL colour bar pattern has the sync level of 7:3 with the picture level. Feed the SMPTE color bar signal to TUNER. JABIL: 203.25MHz Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure Enter to the adjustment process mode, refering to the 2nd item.

[Terminal] TUNER

[SMPTE pattern]

Auto adjustment performance 3) PAL signal adjustment

Adjustment process [VIDEO ADJ] menu page 4/8

Bring the cursor on [VIDEO ADJ] and press OK key [*** OK ***] appears when finished.

Adjustment point Setting

Adjustment conditions [Signal] PAL full colour Bar

Adjustment procedure Feed the PAL full field colour bar (color saturation level 100%) signal to the SCART video input of EXT1.

[VIDEO input signal]


[Terminal] EXT1 SCART Video input

100% white

Black

Auto adjustment performance

Adjustment process [VIDEO ADJ] menu page 5/8

Bring the cursor on [VIDEO ADJ] and press OK key [*** OK ***] appears when finished.

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4) ADC adjustment (Component 33K) 1 Adjustment point Setting Adjustment conditions [Signal] COMP 33K 50Hz 100% Full field colour bar Adjustment procedure Feed the COMPONENT 33K 100% Full field colour bar (colour saturation level 100%) signal to the CONPONENT video input of EXT3.

100% white
[Terminal] EXT3 CONPONENT input 2 Auto adjustment performance Adjustment process [COM ADJ] menu page 6/8

Black

Bring the cursor on [COM ADJ] and press OK key [*** OK ***] appears when finished.

5) PC signal adjustment (Analog D-SUB15pin) 1 Adjustment point Setting Adjustment conditions [Signal] XGA 60 Hz 100% Full field colour bar Adjustment procedure Feed the XGA 60Hz 100% Full field colour bar (colour saturation level 100%) signal to the EXT4 PC input.

100% white
[Terminal] EXT4 PC input 2 Auto adjustment performance Adjustment process [RGB ADJ] menu page 7/8

Black

Bring the cursor on [RGB ADJ] and press OK key [*** OK ***] appears when finished.

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10. White Balance Adjustment
Adjustment gradation values (INFO) appear on page 8/8 3-4 lines of process adjustment, and adjustment initial values (offset value) appear on pages 8/8 5-10 lines. For white balance adjustment, adjust the offset values on pages 8/8 5-10 lines. 1. Preparation 1) Luminance meter reference device :Minolta CA-210 2) Condition of the unit for adjustment and inspection:Modulated light: MAX (+16) 2. Setting 1) The luminance meter is set to the center of the screen of the set. 2) In INCH SIZE on the process adjustment page 1/8, sets it to the size of each panel with the 3. Adjustment method Check that the values of point A and B on page 8/8 of process adjustment are set as below. If not, change them accordingly. WB Point A 1280 WB Point B 3712 / key to R/C.

1) Display the current adjustment status at point B. (Page 8/8 of process adjustment) The display for checking the adjustment status is toggled by pressing the OK button on the remote control. (Normal OSD display B display for check (OSD disappears) B normal OSD display ...) 2) Read the value of the luminance meter. 3) Change Point B ADJ R/Point B ADJ B (Adjustment offset value) on page 8/8 of process adjustment so that the values of the luminance meter approach x = 0.272 and y = 0.277. (Basically, Point B ADJ G is not changed.) 4) Follow Point A as well as item 3). Change Point A ADJ R/Point A ADJ B (Adjustment offset value) on page 8/8 of process adjustment so that the values of the luminance meter approach x = 0.272 and y = 0.277. 5) Select WB WRITE on page 8/8 in the process, set YES, and press the OK key of remote control. The adjustment value is written. and then shut down the AC power. * * * Initial value of RGB of point B: 3712 Initial value of RGB of point A: based on calculated of each G point Teaching set send by engineering dept is set as reference

6) [Adjustment value]

4. Adjustment reference standard value Point A ref. value Point B ref. value Level 1280 3712 Spec Data x=0.272 y=0.277 x=0.272 y=0.277 Adjustment Spec 0.001 0.002 Inspection Spec 0.002 0.004

Adjustment spec 0.004 Adjustment spec 0.002

Inspection spec 0.006 (point 1) Inspection spec 0.004 (Excluding the above-mentioned)

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11. QS Temperature NVM Data Confirmation
During servicing of the LCD TV set, by software upgrading or by any cleaning NVM, its mandatory select the INCH SIZE in Service Mode, Page 1, according to the size of the TV set.

PAGE1/8 TV 32E_LE600E Main Version Boot Version T-CON Version CPLD Version INCH SIZE ERROR RESET NO STANDBY CAUSE 00 00 00 00 00 1) 00H 00M Default picture after cleaning NVM.

PAGE1/8 TV 32E_LE600E Main Version Boot Version T-CON Version CPLD Version INCH SIZE 32 ERROR RESET NO STANDBY CAUSE 00 00 00 00 00 1) 00H 00M Picture with [Inch Setting] to 32.It is actually set as each inch.

12. Initialization to factory settings


After a factory setting, It ends with the AC power supply OFF. After a factory settings, Do not turn on the power supply. If you turn on the power supply. execute the factory settings again. Do not do power supply OFF by remote control. CAUTION: When the factory settings have been made, all user setting data, including the channel settings, are initialized. (The adjustments done in the adjustment process mode are not initialized.) Keep this in mind when initializing these settings. Adjustment item Factory settings Adjustment conditions Ends in AC power supply OFF. (See to below caution) Adjustment procedure [Factory setting with adjustment process mode] Enter the adjustment process mode. Move the cursor to INDUSTRY INIT on page 2/8. Use the / key of R/C to select a region from YES (E)/YES (I)/YES (F)/YES (R) and press the [OK] key. EXECUTING display appears and initialization starts. After a while, OK display appears, the setting is completed. When succeeding: The background color becomes green. When failing: The background color becomes red. NOTE: Never turn the power off during initialization. When performing factory settings (while displaying page 2 of adjustment process), confirm that the item INCH SIZE or the panel size displayed in the upper right corner corresponds to each panel size. The following items are initialized in the factory setting. 1) User settings 2) Channel data (e.g. broadcast frequencies) 3) Manufacturer option setting 4) Password data After adjustments, exit the adjustment process mode. To exit the adjustment process mode, turn off the MAIN power key. When the power is turned off with the remote control, unplug the AC power cord and plug it back in. (wait approximately 10 seconds before plugging in the AC power cord)

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13. Functional explanation of STANDBY CAUSE
13.1. [display method]
It is displayed in the top page of the process adjustment mode. (Page displayed first when entering process mode)

13.2. [Content of display]


1. NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE The reason that became a power-off by the specification of usual use and the main body is displayed. (Only the one latest) It is not displayed when power supply OFF is carried out with remote control. Display code 00 0x01 0x05 0x06 0x07 0x0A 0x0C 0x18 Display character string 00 00 00 00 00 1 RC_STANDBY 5 PC_OUT_OF_RANGE 6 NO_OPERATION 7 NO_SIGNAL a SLEEP_TIMER c RS232C 18 AV_LINK Reason When based on No error When based on RC Standby OFF When based on out of range for pc OFF When based on non-operated OFF When based on non-signal OFF When based on an sleep-timer OFF When based on the command from RS232C (standby) When based on the command from AV-LINK (standby)

2. ERROR STANDBY CAUSE When main CPU becomes a power-off detecting some abnormalities, the use time of the set at the time of the reason and the power-off is displayed five times. When time information can be acquired from digital broadcasting, the date and time when the error occurs at the same time is recorded, displayed and when time information cannot be acquired, it becomes the above-mentioned display. 00 is displayed when abnormality has not been detected even once. Display error code 0x1A 0x1B 0x1C Display character string 1a TEMP_ERROR 1b LAMP_ERROR 1c POWER_ERROR Reason When temperature (high temperature) is abnormal. When lamp is abnormal When power module is abnormal status.

14. Lamp error detection


1. Function description This LCD colour television has a function (lamp error detection) to be turned OFF automatically for safety when the lamp or lamp circuit is abnormal. If the lamp or lamp circuit is abnormal, or some other errors happen, and the lamp error detection is executed, the following occur. 1) The main unit of television is turned OFF about 5 seconds after it is turned ON. (The power LED on the front side of TV turns from green to red.) 2) If the situation 1 happens 5 times sequentially, the power is turned on (relay is turned ON). However, the backlight is not turned on, and then the relay is turned OFF after 5 to 6 seconds. (The power LED remains red.) 2. Countermeasures When television is turned OFF by the lamp error detection mentioned above, it enters the adjustment process with the power LED red. Entering the adjustment process, turns OFF the error detection and turns ON TV. This enables the operation check to detect errors in the lamp or lamp circuit. Check whether STANDBY CAUSE on line 7, page 1/8 of the adjustment process is 1B. it indicates the lamp error detection was executed. After confirming that the lamp or lamp circuit is normal, reset the lamp error counter pushing OK in the R/C. After resetting counter the green bar appears on Screen. 3. Reset standby cause error list After confirming that the lamp error counter has been erased, select ERROR RESET, page 1/8 of the adjustment process and select YES using the right cursor. For execute press OK in the R/C and the label ***OK*** appears on Screen.

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15. Blinking display when error is detected
When system received error report, Standby LED (red) blinks as follows. POWER LED should keep dark while error indication. 1) Lamp error Blink timing (1 blink/1 period)

Light (H) Dark (L)


250ms
2) Power module error Blink timing (2 blink/1 period)

1000ms

3) High temperature Blink timing (5 blink/1 period)

Light (H) Dark (L)


250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 1000ms

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16. Upgrading the software
1. Unplug AC cable from outlet. 2. Insert an USB memory that is written a new software to USB port. 3. Keep pressing POWER button on LCD panel and plug AC cable to outlet. 4. POWER LED on panel automatically start blinking. (POWER LED: Both red and green light blinking with sync. In other word, it looks, /blinking period is short ... 2 cycle - light - out - light - out / 1 sec.) 5. After a while (about 2 min.) following screen appears. Indicated percentage means progress of version up.

<SYSTEM UPGRADE>
System Version: EXXXXXXX

0% STATUS UPDATING...

6. After the progress becomes 100%, then STATUS area changes UPGRADE COMPLETE as followings (POWER LED: Only green blinks slowly ... 2 sec./time).

<SYSTEM UPGRADE>
System Version: EXXXXXXX

100%

OK

STATUS UPGRADE COMPLETE

If above screen is not appeared and UPGRADE FAILURE is indicated in STATUS area, at that time update failure. Please repeat from step 1. (POWER LED: Only red blinks slowly ... 2 sec./time).

<SYSTEM UPGRADE>
System Version: EXXXXXXX

50%

NG

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7. Unplug AC cable from outlet. 8. Remove USB memory from USB port.

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Service CHAPTER 5. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE


LC32LE600E

Manual

[1] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE


<POWER BLOCK: LC-32LE600E/RU/S> No power supply (Front LED does not light up) and no power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up).

Is the wire harness in the unit properly connected?

NO

Reconnect and recheck the wire harness.

YES Are F7001 and F7002 normal? NO Are L7004, L7001,L7002,BD7001 etc. faulty? Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited.

YES Is BU+5V supplied from pin(11) of connector CN7003 (PD) when the power switch is turned off? YES Is the PS_ON signal sent to pin(10) of connector CN7003 (PD) when the power switch is turned on YES Is the AC_DET signal sent to pin(9) of connector CN7003 (PD) when the power switch is turned on? YES Is the DC voltage of approx. 400V supplied to both ends of C7015?

NO

Check the peripheral circuits, IC7101, T101, C7401, C7403, PC7008, etc .

NO

Check pin(AC11) of IC3303(VCT_P) on MAIN PWB.

NO

Check the peripheral circuits,PC7007, Q7004, PC7002,etc.

NO

Does the PFC circuit normally work? (Check IC7002, L7003, TH7001, IC7001, Q7005, Q7006etc. and the peripheral circuits.)

YES Is UR13V supplied from pins(1-4) of connector CN7003 (PD) when the power switch is turned on? YES Is PNL12V supplied from pins(1-2) of connector CN7004 (PL) when the power switch is turned on? YES Is 144V supplied from pins(2,4,6) of CN7007(LA2) and pins(2,4,6,8,10,12) of CN7006 (LA1) when the power switch is turned on?

NO

Check the peripheral circuits (T7002, D7051, L7051, PC7001)

NO

Check the peripheral circuits (U7053, etc )

NO

Check the peripheral circuits, T7501, D7501, C7501, FA5511,etc .

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<POWER BLOCK: LC-40/46LE600E/RU/S> No power supply (Front LED does not light up) and no power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up).

Is the wire harness in the unit properly connected?

NO

Reconnect and recheck the wire harness.

YES Are F7001 and F7002 normal? NO <40LE600E/RU/S> Are L7001, L7002, L7003, D7101, D7103, VA7002, VA7001, VA7003 etc... faulty? Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited. <46LE600E/RU/S> Are L7001, L7002, L7003, L7004, D7101, VA7002, VA7001, VA7003 etc... faulty? Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited. Are TH7102, C7130, etc... faulty?

YES Is F7102 normal? NO

YES Is BU+5V supplied from pin(11) of connector CN7501 (PD) when the power switch is turned off? YES Is the PS_ON signal sent to pin(10) of connector CN7501 (PD) when the power switch is turned on? YES Is the AC_DET signal sent to pin(9) of connector CN7501 (PD) when the power switch is turned on? YES Is the DC voltage of approx. 400V supplied to both ends of C7144?

NO

Check the peripheral circuits (IC7102, T7101, C7510, PC7102, PC7101, etc )

NO

Check pin(AC11) of IC3303(VCT_P) on MAIN PWB.

NO

Check the peripheral circuits such as PS_ON circuits of Q7503, PC7103, Q7118, Q7114 and PC7104, Q7501,Q7502, etc.

NO

YES Is UR13V supplied from pins(1-4) of connector CN7501 (PD) when the power switch is turned on? YES Is PNL12V supplied from pins(1-2) of connector CN7503 (PL) when the power switch is turned on? YES <40LE600E/RU/S> Is VLED supplied to pins(1-5) of CN7606(LA1) and pins(1-5) of CN7607(LA2) when the power switch is turned on? <46LE600E/RU/S> Is VLED supplied to pins(1-5) of CN7606(LA1), pins(1-5) of CN7607(LA2), pins(1-3) of CN7608(LA3) when the power switch is turned on? NO

<40LE600E/RU/S> Does the PFC circuit normally work? (Check IC7104, L7105, TH7101, RL7101, IC7200, Q7109, Q7110 etc... and the peripheral circuits.) <46LE600E/RU/S> Does the PFC circuit normally work? (Check IC7104, L7105, TH7101, RL7101, IC7101, Q7108, Q7109 etc... and the peripheral circuits.) Check the peripheral circuits (T7102, D7507, C7514,7515,7516, PC7105, PC7106, IC7503 etc...)

NO

Check the peripheral circuits (IC7502, etc )

NO

NO

<40LE600E/RU/S> Check the peripheral circuits, T7102, D7516, D7517, C7528, L7501etc . <46LE600E/RU/S> Check the peripheral circuits, T7102, D7516, D7517, D7518, C7528, C7538, L7501etc .

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<Backlight BLOCK: LC-32LE600E/RU/S> The backlight does not light

Is either of fluorescence LEDs off?

YES

Check each fluorescent LED, and change defective parts. (RUNTKA595WJ01, RUNTKA598WJ01,etc.)

NO Are all fluorescent LEDs on? NO Check each fluorescent LED, and change defective parts. (RUNTKA595WJ01, RUNTKA598WJ01,etc.)

YES Is REG3.3V supplied to pin(1) of CN7603(Driver_sub_PCB) when the power switch is turned on?

NO

Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. (U7701, U7702, etc ) YES Refer to "No power supply (Front LED does not light up)" and "No power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up)"

YES Is UR13V supplied from pins(1-4) of connector CN7003 (PD) when the power switch is turned on? NO

Check the peripheral circuits (T7002, D7501, L7501, PC7001) YES Refer to "No power supply (Front LED does not light up)" and "No power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up)"

YES Is the STB_ON/OFF signal supplied from pin(8) of CN7008 (LB)? NO

Check the STB signal line on the MAIN_UNIT side (pin(2) of P7602(LB), pin(D23) of IC3303(VCT_P), etc...) and the peripheral circuits.

YES Is each control signal of CN7008(LB) normally function? Pin(7) OFL (PWM light control signal input) Pin(6) ERR (Error output) YES Is [LAMP_ERROR] indicated with [5] in a process mode?

NO

Check each control circuit.

NO

[LAMP_ERROR] is returned to the default value in a process mode.

YES Is BL_ON output to pin(2) of CN7603 when the power switch is turned on? YES Is 144V supplied to pins(2,4,6) of CN7007(LA2) and pins(2,4,6,8,10,12) of CN7006(LA1) when the power switch is turned on?

NO

Check the peripheral circuits (IC7054, etc )

NO

Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. IC7251,PC7004, PC7006, T7501, D7501, C7501, FA5511,etc YES Refer to "No power supply (Front LED does not light up)" and "No power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up)"

YES Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. U7651, U7502, U7601-7605, Q7501-7509, Q7601-7609

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<Backlight BLOCK: LC-40/46LE600E/RU/S> The backlight does not light

Is either of fluorescence LEDs off?

YES

Check each fluorescent LED, and change defective parts. (RUNTKA595WJ01, RUNTKA596WJ01, RUNTKA598WJ01 ,etc.)

NO Are all fluorescent LEDs on? NO Check each fluorescent LED, and change defective parts. (RUNTKA595WJ01, RUNTKA596WJ01, RUNTKA598WJ01 ,etc.)

YES Is 3.3V supplied to pins(1) of CN7603(Driver_sub_PCB) when the power switch is turned off?

NO

Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty.(U7801, U7802, etc ) YES Refer to "No power supply (Front LED does not light up)" and "No power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up)"

YES Is UR13V supplied from pins(1) of connector CN7604(Driver_sub_PCB) when the power switch is turned on? NO

Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. (T7102, D7507, C7514,7515,7516, PC7105, PC7106, IC7505etc ) YES Refer to "No power supply (Front LED does not light up)" and "No power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up)"

YES Is the STB_ON/OFF signal supplied from pin(8) of CN7605 (LB)? NO

Check the STB signal line on the MAIN_UNIT side (pin(2) of P9602(LB), pin(D23) of IC3303(VCT_P), etc...) and the peripheral circuits.

YES Is each control signal of CN7605 (LB) normally function? Pin(7) OFL (PWM light control signal input) Pin(6) ERR (Error output) YES Is [LAMP_ERROR] indicated with [5] in a process mode?

NO

Check each control circuit.

NO

[LAMP_ERROR] is returned to the default value in a process mode.

YES Is BL_ON output to pin(2) of CN7603(Driver_sub_PCB) when the power switch is turned on? YES <40LE600E/RU/S> Is VLED(187V) supplied to pins(1-5) of CN7606(LA1) and pins(15) of CN7007(LA2) when the power switch is turned on? <46LE600E/RU/S> Is VLED(209V) supplied to pins(1-5) of CN7606(LA1), pins(1-5) of CN7007(LA2), pins(1-3) of CN7608(LA3) when the power switch is turned on?

NO

Check the peripheral circuits (IC7054, etc )

NO

NO

<40LE600E/RU/S> Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. T7102, D7516, D7517, C7528, L7501, D7525etc <46LE600E/RU/S> Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. T7103, D7516, D7517, D7518, C7528, C7538, L7501, C7525, C7526 etc YES Refer to "No power supply (Front LED does not light up)" and "No power-up even if turned on (Front LED light up)"

YES Check if the peripheral circuits are short-circuited or parts are faulty. IC7508, IC7601-7607, Q7601-7613, etc

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No sound (1-1) (during the reception of TV broadcasting)

No audio output during UHF/ VHF reception

Checklist: 1) Is the volume set to MIN or MUTE on the remote control? Set the desired volume. 2) Is ANT-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual. 3) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please. (MAIN-UNIT) Is the audio signal (AOUT_SP_L/R) output from pins (H26) and (H25) of IC3303 (VCT)? (MAIN-UNIT) YES NO Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and AUSW-MUTE signal (29) pin of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuits. NO Is the SIF signal output from pin (4) of tuner (TU1102)? YES Check whether there are open-circuit or short-circuit between tuner (TU1102) and IC3303. (TUNER SIDE) Is the audio signal (SIF) input to pin (AB25) of IC3303 (VCT)?

NO

YES

Check whether there are a power supply of IC3303 (VCT), the short circuit, and other abnormalities.

Is the audio signal (SPKOUT_L/R) output form pins (17) and (18) of IC1302 (A-SW) normally?

YES Is the audio signal (LCH/ RCH) output form pins (31)/(27) and (11)/(14) of IC2701 (A-AMP) normally?

NO

Check AMP12.5V power supply (1) (10) pin, AMPSTBY input signal (17) pin, and audio-mute signal pin (19) of IC2701 (AAMP) or the peripheral circuits.

NO Check whether IF5V power supply is supplied to pin (3) of tuner (TU1102), and ANT5V power supply is supplied to pin (1) of tuner (TU1102)? YES Check whether the I2C signal (SDA/SCL) is functioning by (9) (8) pin of tuner (TU1102). YES Check whether IF_AGC is functioning between pin (E24) of IC3303 and pin (15) of tuner (TU1102) YES Replace tuner (TU1102).

NO

Check whether there are open-circuit or short-circuit between tuner (TU1102) and Q1105 (5VREG) or between tuner and IC1101.

YES Is the audio output signal outputted to pins (1)-(4) of SP-Connector (P2701) normally? YES Is the SP-Wire harness connected and operated orthopedically normally?

NO

Check SP- Connector (P2701) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Pursue an I2C line and look for the part of an open circuit or the short circuit.

NO

Correct an abnormal part of SP- harness.

NO

Check whether there is an open circuit or the short circuit in an IF_AGC signal line.

YES Check right and left SPBOX, and exchange defective SP-BOX (R: RSP-ZA392WJZZ/ L: RSP-ZA391WJZZ)

A-BLOCK

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No sound (1-2) (during the reception of DTV broadcasting)

No audio output during DTV reception

Checklist: 1) Is the volume set to MIN or MUTE on the remote control? Set the desired volume. 2) Is ANT-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual. 3) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please. (MAIN-UNIT) Is the audio signal (AOUT_SP_L/R) output from pins (H26) and (H25) of IC3303 (VCT)? (TUNER SIDE) Is the digital IF signal (D_IF) input to pins (T25) (R25) of IC3303 (VCT)?

NO

YES

Check whether there are a power supply of IC3303 (VCT), the short circuit, and other abnormalities.

(MAIN-UNIT)

YES

(OUTPUT_SIDE) NO NO Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and AUSW-mute signal (29) pin of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuits. Is the digital IF signal (D_IF) output from pins (17) (16) of tuner (TU1102)? YES Check whether there are open-circuit or short-circuit between tuner (TU1102) and IC3303.

Is the audio signal (SPKOUT_L/R) output form pins (17) and (18) of IC1302 (A-SW) normally?

YES Is the audio signal (LCH/ RCH) output form pins (31) (27) and (11) (14) of IC2701 (A-AMP) properly?

NO

Check AMP12.5V power supply (1) (10) pin, AMPSTBY input signal (17) pin, and audio-mute signal pin (19) of IC2701 (A-AMP) or the peripheral circuits.

NO Check whether the IF5V power supply is supplied to pin (3) of tuner (TU1102).

NO

Check whether there are open-circuit or short-circuit between Q1105 (5V-REG) and tuner (TU1102).

YES Is the audio output signal outputted to pins (1)-(4) of SP-Connector (P2701) normally? YES Is the SP-Wire harness (SP) connected and operated orthopedically normally?

NO

Check SP-Connector (P2701) and peripheral circuits.

YES Check whether the I2C signal (SDA/SCL) is functioning by pin (9) (8) of tuner (TU1102). YES Check whether IF_AGC is functioning between pin (E24) of IC3303 and pin (15) of tuner (TU1102) YES Replace tuner (TU1102).

NO

Pursue an I2C line and look for the part of an open circuit or the short circuit.

NO

Correct an abnormal part of SP- harness.

NO

Check whether there is an open circuit or the short circuit in an IF_AGC signal line.

YES Check right and left SPBOX, and exchange defective SP-BOX (R: RSP-ZA392WJZZ/ L: RSP-ZA391WJZZ)

A-BLOCK

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No sound from external input devices (2-1)-1

No sound from EXT1 (SCART1) connecting an external input device.

<EXT1> Is the SC1_IN_L (SCART1-L-IN) audio signal input from pin (6) of SCART1 terminal (SC503) to pin (44) of IC1302 (A-SW)? Is the SC1_IN_R (SCART1-R-IN) audio signal input from pin (2) of SCART1 terminal (SC503) to pin (43) of IC1302 (A-SW)? YES Is the audio signal (A_IN_L/R) properly output from pins (6) and (7) of IC1302 (A-SW)?

NO

Check pins (6) (2) of SCART1 and connection of an external input device.

NO

Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and SDA0/SCL0 signal (28) (27) pin of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuit.

YES Is the audio signal (A_OUT_SP_L/R) properly output from pins (H26) and (H25) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES It is the same as the above-mentioned A-BLOCK.

NO

Check D3.3V power supply pin (F18) of IC3303 (VCT) and the soldering confirmation or the peripheral circuit.

No sound from external input devices (2-1)-2

No sound from EXT2 (SCART2) connecting an external input device.

<EXT2> Is the SC2_IN_L (SCART2-L-IN) audio signal input from pin (6) of SCART2 terminal (SC502) to pin (46) of IC1302 (A-SW)? Is the SC2_IN_R (SCART2-R-IN) audio signal input from pin (2) of SCART2 terminal (SC502) to pin (45) of IC1302 (A-SW)? YES Is the audio signal (A_IN_L/R) properly output from pins (6) and (7) of IC1302 (A-SW)?

NO

Check pins (6) (2) of SCART2 and connection of an external input device.

NO

Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and SDA0/SCL0 signal (28) (27) pin of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuit.

YES Is the audio signal (A_OUT_SP_L/R) properly output from pins (H26) and (H24) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES It is the same as the above-mentioned A-BLOCK.

NO

Check D3.3V power supply pin (F18) of IC3303 (VCT) and the soldering confirmation or the peripheral circuit.

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No sound from external input devices (2-2)-1

No sound from EXT3 (COMP-A-IN) connecting an external input device.

<EXT3> Is COMP_IN_L audio signal input to pin (2) of EXT3_AUDIO (J502)? Is COMP_IN_R audio signal input to pin (4) of EXT3_AUDIO (J502)? YES Is COMP_IN_L audio signal input to pin (48) of IC1302 (A-SW)? Is COMP_IN_R audio signal input to pin (47) of IC1302 (A-SW)? YES Is the audio signal (A_IN_L/R) properly output from pins (6) and (7) of IC1302 (A-SW)?

NO

Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and SDA0/SCL0 signal pin (28) (27) of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuit.

YES Is the audio signal (A_OUT_SP_L/R) properly output from pins (H26) and (H25) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES It is the same as the above-mentioned A-BLOCK.

NO

Check D3.3V power supply pin (F18) of IC3303 (VCT) and the soldering confirmation or the peripheral circuit.

No sound from external input devices (2-2) -2

No sound from EXT4 (PC/HDMI-A-IN) connecting an external input device.

<EXT4> Is PC/HDMI-L audio signal input to pin (2) of EXT4 (J501)? Is PC/HDMI-R audio signal input to pin (3) of EXT4 (J501)? YES Is PC/HDMI-L audio signal input to pin (50) of IC1302 (A-SW)? Is PC/HDMI-R audio signal input to pin (49) of IC1302 (A-SW)? YES Is the audio signal (A_IN_L/R) properly output from pins (6) and (7) of IC1302 (A-SW)?

NO

Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and SDA0/SCL0 signal pin (28) (27) of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuit.

YES Is the audio signal (A_OUT_SP_L/R) properly output from pins (H26) and (H25) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES It is the same as the above-mentioned A-BLOCK.

NO

Check D3.3V power supply pin (F18) of IC3303 (VCT) and the soldering confirmation or the peripheral circuit.

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No sound from external input devices (2-2)-3

No sound from EXT8 (CVBS-A-IN) connecting an external input device.

<EXT8> Is CVBS-L audio signal input to pin (5) of EXT8 (J505)? Is CVBS-R audio signal input to pin (4) of EXT8 (J505)? YES Is CVBS-L audio signal input to pin (52) of IC1302 (A-SW)? Is CVBS-R audio signal input to pin (51) of IC1302 (A-SW)? YES Is the audio signal (A_IN_L/R) properly output from pins (6) and (7) of IC1302 (A-SW)?

NO

Check S9V power supply (10) (15) pin, D3.3V power supply (3) (36) pin, and SDA0/SCL0 signal pin (28) (27) of IC1302 (A-SW) or the peripheral circuit.

YES Is the audio signal (A_OUT_SP_L/R) properly output from pins (H26) and (H25) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES It is the same as the above-mentioned A-BLOCK.

NO

Check D3.3V power supply pin (F18) of IC3303 (VCT) and the soldering confirmation or the peripheral circuit.

No sound of external device (3-1)-1

No audio output from EXT1 (SCART1) terminal.

Checklist: 1) Is the MUTE button on the remote control set to ON? Set to OFF. 2) Check the connection to external devices. Is there any improper connection?

Is audio signal output to pins (3) and (1) of EXT1 (SCART1) (SC503)? NO Is the SC1-MUTE signal of base (5) (2) pin of Q502 H?

YES

Check EXT1 (SCART1) (SC503) and the connection to an external device.

YES

The Q502 base should usually be L. If it is H signal, Check whether base of Q1301 is L or peripheral circuit.

NO Is the audio output signal (TUNER_OUT_L/R) output from pins (11) and (10) of IC1301 (DAC) normal? NO Is the audio output signal (I2S_DATA_TU) output from pins (B25) of IC3303 (VCT) normal? NO The input source of the audio is decided from TUNER. Is the SIF signal input to pin (AB25) of IC3303 (VCT)? NO TUNER: TU1102 Check Q1101 (AMP), and pin (4) of TUNER.

YES

Check whether there are problems in IC1301 and Q502 or peripheral circuits.

YES

Check whether there is problem in IC3303.

YES

Check whether there are problems in the power supply and soldering IC3303 or peripheral circuits.

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No sound of external device (3-1)-2

No audio output from EXT2 (SCART2) terminal.

Checklist: 1) Is the MUTE button on the remote control set to ON? Set to OFF. 2) Check the connection to external devices. Is there any improper connection?

Is audio signal output to pins (3) and (1) of EXT2 (SCART2) (SC502)? NO Is the SC2-MUTE signal of base (5) (2) pin of Q501 H?

YES

Check EXT2 (SCART2) (SC502) and the connection to an external device.

NO

The Q501 base should usually be L. If it is H signal, Check whether base of Q1301 is L or peripheral circuit.

YES Is the audio output signal (MONITOR_OUT_L/R) output from pins (19) and (20) of IC1302 (A-SW) normally? NO Isn't there problem in the power supply input (S9V, D3.3V) of IC1302 (A-SW), I2C_0 signal (SDA0/SCL0), and defective soldering, etc.? YES Where is the input source of the sound from? (EXT1, EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, EXT8)

YES

Check whether there are problems in IC1302, Q503, Q504 and Q501 or peripheral circuits.

NO

Repair the faulty point around IC1302.

Check whether there is any problem in each input (terminal).

EXT1/2: SCART1/2 Check pin (44) (43)/(46) (45) of IC1302 and pin (6) (2) of EXT1/2 terminal (SCART1/2). EXT3: COMP Check pin (48) (47) of IC1302, and pin (2) (4) of EXT3 terminal (J502). EXT4: PC/HDMI Check pin (50) (49) of IC1302, and pin (2) (3) of EXT4 terminal (J501). EXT8: CVBS Check pin (52) (51) of IC1302, and pin (5) (4) of EXT8 terminal (J505).

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No sound of external device (3-2)

No sound from AUDIO OUT (J506). (MONITOR OUT)

Is the audio output signal send to pins (2) and (4) of the AUDIO OUT terminal (J506)? NO Is the AUDIO-MUTE L signal input to pins (5) and (2) of Q509 base? YES Is the audio output signal (MONITOR_OUT_L/R) output from pins (19) and (20) of IC1302 (A-SW) normally? NO Isn't there problem in the power supply input (S9V, D3.3V) of IC1302 (A-SW), I2C_0 signal (SDA0/SCL0), and defective soldering, etc.? YES Where is the input source of the sound from? (TUNER, EXT1, EXT1, EXT3, EXT4, EXT8)

YES

Check AUDIO OUT terminal (J506) and the connection to an external device.

NO

The Q1301 base should usually be H. If it is L signal, Check pin (35) of IC1302, pin (1) of IC1303, and soldering.

YES

Check the power supply input (S9V, D3.3V), soldering, and the peripheral circuit of IC1302 (A-SW).

NO

Repair the faulty point around IC1302.

Check whether there is any problem in each input (terminal).

TU1102: TUNER Check pin (AB25) of IC3303, and pin (4) of TUNER. EXT1/2: SCART1/2 Check pin (44) (43)/(46) (45) of IC1302 and pin (6) (2) of EXT1/2 terminal (SCART1/2). EXT3: COMP_L/R Check pin (48) (47) of IC1302, and pin (2) (4) of EXT3 terminal (J502). EXT4: PC/HDMI_L/R Check pin (50) (49) of IC1302, and pin (2) (4) of EXT4 terminal (J501) EXT8: CVBS_L/R Check pin (52) (51) of IC1302, and pin (5) (4) of EXT8 terminal (J505).

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No DIGITAL sound from OPT OUT (D520).

Is the DIGITAL audio signal output to pin (1) of the OPT OUT terminal (D520)? NO Is the DIGITAL audio signal (OPT_ OUT) output from pin (4) of IC503? NO Isn't the AUDIO_MUTE signal inputted into pin (1) of IC503 by L? NO Is the DIGITAL audio signal (OPT_ OUT) output from pin (E26) of IC3303 (VCT) normally? NO Isn't there problem in the power supply input (D3.3V, D1.1V) of IC3303 (VCT), I2C_0 signal (SDA0/SCL0), and defective soldering, etc.? YES Where is the input source of the sound from? (TUNER, EXT5, EXT6, EXT7)

YES

Check OPT OUT terminal (D520) and the connection to an external device.

YES

Check whether it is normal between an OPT OUT terminal (D520) and IC503.

YES

The pin (1) of IC503 should usually be H. If it is L signal, check Q505, pin (1) of Q1301 and pin (35) of IC1302.

YES

Check whether it is normal between IC503 and IC3303.

NO

Repair the faulty point around IC3303.

Check whether there is any problem in each input (terminal).

TU1102: TUNER Check pin (T25) (R25) of IC3303, and pin (16) (17) of TUNER. EXT5: HDMI_1 Check the TMDS input signal of HDMI_1 (1) (9) pin, the TMDS I/ O signal of IC1508, and the TMDS input signal of IC3303. EXT6: HDMI_2 Check the TMDS input signal of HDMI_2 (1) (9) pin, the TMDS I/ O signal of IC1508, and the TMDS input signal of IC3303. EXT7: HDMI_3 Check the TMDS input signal of HDMI_3 (1) (9) pin, the TMDS I/ O signal of IC1508, and the TMDS input signal of IC3303.

5 12

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When tuner (U/V, DTV) is received> No picture on the display (1)-1

No picture appears on LCD during the tuner (U/V) reception.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as TV with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Is ANT-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please. YES Is the level of pins (9) and (8) of tuner (TU1102) at H?

NO

These are communications lines for control (I2C). Follow the path and check whether they are forced to L (PULL_DOWN). (IC3303 (F25) (F24) pin)

YES Is the video signal (VIDEO) output from pin (6) of tuner (TU1102)? YES Is the video signal (TUNER_CVBS) input to pin (AD25) of lC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) output from pin [A6:A11], [B6:B11] of lC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check the tuner (TU1102) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Isn't there any part with short-circuits at IC3303 (VCT)? or Check peripheral circuits.

NO

Check IC3303 (VCT), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 13

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When tuner (U/V, DTV) is received> No picture on the display (1)-2

No picture appears on LCD during the tuner (DTV) reception.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as TV with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Is ANT-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please. YES Is the level of pins (9) and (8) of tuner (TU1102) at H?

NO

These are communications lines for control (I2C). Follow the path and check whether they are forced to L(PULL_DOWN). (IC3303 (F25) (F24) pin)

YES Is the digital video signal (DIFP/N) output from pin (16) (17) of tuner (TU1102)? YES Is the digital video signal (DIFP/N) input to pin (T25) (R25) of lC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) output from pin [A6:A11], [B6:B11] of lC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check the tuner (TU1102) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Isn't there any part with short-circuits at IC3303 (VCT)? or Check peripheral circuits.

NO

Check IC3303 (VCT), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 14

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT1 is used for external input> No picture on the display (2)-1

No Composite video output when the EXT1 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT1 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the CVBS video signal (SC1_CVBS/Y) sent to pin (20) of SCART1 (SC503)? YES Is the CVBS video signal (SC1_CVBS/Y) sent to input terminal pin (AE24) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4]) input to pins (40)-(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, SCART1 (SC503) and peripheral circuits.

NO

IC3303 (VCT), I2C_0signal (SDA0/SCL0), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 15

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT1 is used for external input> No picture on the display (2)-2

No RGB output when the EXT1 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT1 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the RGB signal sent to pins (15), (11) and (7) of SCART1 (SC503)? (RED1, GREEN1, BLUE1)

NO

Check external connection, input setting, SCART1 (SC503) and peripheral circuits.

Is the RGB signal (RED1, GREEN1, BLUE1) sent to input terminal pins (AF24), (AD24) and (AD23) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check between pins (15) (11) (7) of SCART1 (SC503) and pins (AF24) (AD24) (AD23) of IC3303 (VCT) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 16

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT1 is used for external input> No picture on the display (2)-3

No Y/C output when the EXT1 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT1 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the Y/C signal sent to pins (20) and (15) of SCART1 (SC503)? (Y/C1) YES Is the Y/C signal (Y/C1) sent to input terminal pins (AE24) and (AF24) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, SCART1 (SC503) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check between pins (20) (15) of SCART1 (SC503) and pins (AE24) (AF24) of IC3303 (VCT), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 17

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT2 is used for external input> No picture on the display (3)-1

No composite video output when the EXT2 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT2 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the CVBS video signal sent to pin (20) of SCART2 (SC502)?

NO

Check external connection, input setting, SCART2 (SC502) and peripheral circuits.

YES Is the CVBS video signal (SC2_CVBS/Y) sent to input terminal pin (AD26) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check IC3303 (VCT), I2C_0 signal (SDA0/SCL0), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 18

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT2 is used for external input> No picture on the display (3)-2

No Y/C output when the EXT2 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT2 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the Y/C signal sent to pins (20) and (15) of SCART2 (SC502)? (SC2_Y/C2) YES Is the Y/C signal (SC2_Y/C2) sent to input terminal pins (AD26) and (AF25) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, SCART2 (SC502) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check between pins (20) (15) of SCART2 (SC502) and pins (AD26) (AF25) of IC3303 (VCT) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 19

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT3/4/8 is used for external input> No picture on the display (4)-1

No Component video output when the EXT3 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT3/EXT4/EXT8 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the component video signal sent to pin (3) (5) (7) of EXT3 terminal (J503)? (Y, Pb, Pr) YES Is the component video signal (COMP_Y/Pb/Pr) sent to input terminal pin (AE21) (AD22) (AF22) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, EXT3 terminal (J503) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check between pins (3) (5) (7) of EXT3 terminal (J503) and pins (AE21) (AD22) (AF22) of IC3303 (VCT) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 20

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT3/4/8 is used for external input> No picture on the display (4)-2

No PC output when the EXT4 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT3/EXT4/EXT8 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the RGB signal sent to pins (1), (2) and (3) of EXT4 terminal (PC_IN) (SC501)? (PC_R/G/B) YES Is the RGB signal (PC_R/G/B) sent to input terminal pins (AE20) (AE19) and (AD19) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, EXT4 terminal (PC_IN) (SC501) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check between pins (1) (2) (3) of EXT4 terminal (PC_IN) (SC501) and pins (AE20) (AE19) (AD19) of IC3303 (VCT).

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 21

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT3/4/8 is used for external input> No picture on the display (4)-3

No Composite video output when the EXT8 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT3/EXT4/EXT8 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the Composite video signal sent to pin (6) of EXT8 terminal (J505)? (CVBS_IN) YES Is the Composite video signal (CVBS_IN) sent to input terminal pin (AC24) of IC3303 (VCT)? YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, EXT8 terminal (J505) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check between pin (6) of EXT8 terminal (J505) and pin (AC24) of IC3303 (VCT) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 22

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT5/6/7(HDMI) is used for external input> No picture on the display (5)-1

No HDMI0 digital video output when the EXT5 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT5/EXT6/EXT7 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the HDMI Digital video signal sent to pin (1)-(9) of EXT5 terminal (SC1501)? (HDMI0_D [0:2] _P/N) YES Is the HDMI Digital video signal sent to pin (21)-(26) of IC1508 (HDMI-receiver)? (HDMI0_D [0:2] _P/N) YES Is HDMI_SW_ Digital Video signal sent to pin (AF16) (AE16)(AF18) (AE18) of input terminal of IC3303 (VCT)? (HDMI_SW_D [0:2] P/N) YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, EXT5 terminal (SC1501) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check short circuit of EXT5 terminal (SC1501), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check short circuit of IC1508 (HDMI_receiver), power source and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 23

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT5/6/7(HDMI) is used for external input> No picture on the display (5)-2

No HDMI1 digital video output when the EXT6 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT5/EXT6/EXT7 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the HDMI Digital video signal sent to pin (1)-(9) of EXT6 terminal (SC1502)? (HDMI1_D [0:2] _P/N) YES Is the HDMI Digital video signal sent to pin (13)-(18) of IC1508 (HDMI-receiver)? (HDMI1_D [0:2] _P/N) YES Is HDMI_SW_ Digital Video signal sent to pin (AF16) (AE16)(AF18) (AE18) of input terminal of IC3303 (VCT)? (HDMI_SW_D [0:2] P/N) YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, EXT6 terminal (SC1502) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check short circuit of EXT6 terminal (SC1502), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check short circuit of IC1508 (HDMI_receiver), power source and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

5 24

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S
<When EXT5/6/7 (HDMI) is used for external input> No picture on the display (5)-3

No HDMI2 digital video output when the EXT7 external input is used.

Checklist: 1) Is INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? set it as EXT5/EXT6/EXT7 with the INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control. 2) Is MENU-Picture-Backlight/Contrast/Brightness set to MIN? Set it to an appropriate level. 3) Check the connection to the external device Connect it correctly as per the operation manual for the device. 4) Attention: The terminal of IC3303 (VCT) cannot be actually checked by hiding oneself, and check it with another terminal of the same line, please.

Is the HDMI Digital video signal sent to pin (1)-(9) of EXT7 terminal (SC1503)? (HDMI2_D [0:2] _P/N) YES Is the HDMI Digital video signal sent to pin (3)-(8) of IC1508 (HDMI-receiver)? (HDMI2_D [0:2] _P/N) YES Is HDMI_SW_ Digital Video signal sent to pin (AF16) (AE16)(AF18) (AE18) of input terminal of IC3303 (VCT)? (HDMI_SW_D [0:2] P/N) YES Is the LVDS video signal (LVDS0_D [0:4] ) input to pins (40)(28) of LW Connector (P2601), and is CLK signal (TCLK) input to pins (32)/(33)? YES Is the I2C signal (VCOM_SDA/SCL) send to pin(12)/(13) of LP Connector (P2602)? YES Is the PNL12V output to pin (1)/(2) of PL Connector (CN7004(32 inch)/CN7503(40/46 inch)) of POWER UNIT? YES Exchange LCD-CONT-UNIT and do it operate normally? NO Check the contact of the LCD-CONT-UNIT connection harness (LW/LP/PL). Exchange LCD-PANEL if it is useless even if it exchanges it.

NO

Check external connection, input setting, EXT7 terminal (SC1503) and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check short circuit of EXT7 terminal (SC1503), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check short circuit of IC1508 (HDMI_receiver), power source and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check whether there is short circuit between [A6:A11], [B6:B11] pin of IC3303 (VCT) and (40)-(28) pin of LW Connector (P2601), and peripheral circuits.

NO

Check the I2C signal of IC2602 and peripheral circuit.

NO

Check PL connector of POWER UNIT and U7053(32inch)/ IC7502(40/46inch).

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<When an external monitor is connected> No picture on the external monitor (6)-1

No picture appears on external monitor during the tuner (U/V) reception. (Tuner input, EXT1 output)

Checklist: 1) Are input terminal on back of TV and INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? See the operation manual and set INPUT SOURCE appropriately. set to EXT***. 2) Is SCART-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual.

Is the video signal outputted to pin (19) of SCART1 (SC503)?

YES

Check SCART1, external connection or input setting.

NO Is the video signal (SC1-VOUT) outputted from pin (2) of IC504 (75_driver)? NO Is video signal (CVBS_TU_OUT) input to pin (4) of IC507?

YES

Check SCART1 (SC503) and peripheral circuits.

YES

Check IC507 and peripheral circuits.

NO Is video signal (TUNER_CVBS) outputted from emitter of Q1102? NO Is video signal (VIDEO) outputted from pin (6) of TUNER (TU1102)? NO Check IF5V power supply pins (3), 12C-line pins (9) and (8) of tuner (TU1102) and peripheral circuits.

YES

Check IC3303 and peripheral circuits.

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<When an external monitor is connected> No picture on the external monitor (6)-2

No picture appears on external monitor during the EXT8 input (COMPOSITE). (EXT8 COMP input, EXT2 output)

Checklist: 1) Are input terminal on back of TV and INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? See the operation manual and set INPUT SOURCE appropriately. set to EXT***. 2) Is SCART-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual.

Is the video signal outputted to pin (19) of SCART2 (SC502)?

YES

Check SCART2, external connection or input setting.

NO Is the video signal (SC2-VOUT) outputted from pin (4) of IC508 (75_driver)? NO Is the Composite Video signal (CVBS_MON_OUT) outputted from the pin (B13) of IC3303 (VCT)? NO Is the Composite signal (CVBS_IN) inputted to pins (6) of EXT8 terminal normally? NO Check whether the terminal of EXT8 is faulty, or there is not any error in external connection.

YES

Check IC508 and peripheral circuits.

YES

Check between IC508 and IC3303 and the peripheral circuitry.

YES

Check a short circuit etc. between the EXT8 input terminal (pin (6)) and IC3303 (VCT).

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<When an external monitor is connected> No picture on the external monitor (6)-3

No picture appears on external monitor during the EXT5/6/7 inputs (HDMI). (EXT5 HDMI input, EXT2 output)

Checklist: 1) Are input terminal on back of TV and INPUT SOURCE button on the remote control set up correctly? See the operation manual and set INPUT SOURCE appropriately. set to EXT***. 2) Is SCART-CABLE disconnected or connected improperly? Connect it correctly as per the operation manual.

Is the video signal outputted to pin (19) of SCART2 (SC502)?

YES

Check SCART2, external connection or input setting.

NO Is the video signal (SC2-VOUT) outputted from pin (4) of IC508 (75_driver)? NO Is the Composite Video signal (CVBS_MON_OUT) outputted from the pin (B13) of IC3303 (VCT)? NO Is the HDMI output signal (HDMI_SW_D [0:2] P/N) input to the pin [AF16-AE18] of IC3303 (VCT) normally? NO Is the HDMI input signal (HDMI0/1/2_D [0:2] P/N) input to IC1508 (HDMI-receiver) normally? NO Are the pin (43) (44)/(39) (40)/(33) (34) of I2C signal (HDMI [0:2] _SDA/SCL) accessed normally? YES Is the TMDS signal (1-12) pin inputted to HDMI1/2/3 (EXT5/6/7) terminal normally? NO Check whether the terminal of HDMI1/2/3 (EXT5/6/7) is faulty, or there is not any error in external connection.

YES

Check IC508 and peripheral circuits.

YES

Check between IC508 and IC3303 and the peripheral circuitry.

YES

Check a short circuit, HDMI_H/V signal, HDMI_PLG signal, and other abnormality, etc. with IC3303.

YES

Check a short circuit, HDMI_I2C signal, and other abnormality, etc. with IC1508.

NO

Exchange HDMI-Receiver (IC1508) Or check short circuit.

YES

Check a short circuit etc. between HDMI1/2/3 and IC1508 (HDMI-receiver).

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LCD failure (1)

Does a single or several vertical stripes appear on the LCD screen?

Does a single or several horizontal stripes appear on the LCD screen?

Do luminescent or black dots appear on the screen?

Is the on-screen image rippling or distorted?

Is there any portion which some screens were darkish or became whitish?

Replace the LCD panel. LCD failure (2)

The backlight functions. Does not the image come out in the LCD screen (screen black)?

Does the entire LCD screen look whitish all over?

Does the QS drive function?

Are the data bit dropout? (No solution even when turning on and off the QS drive)

Is the gamma correction as specified?

Replace the LCD_CONT_UNIT.

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CHAPTER 6. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS Service


LC32LE600E

Manual

[1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS


1. DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR ICs
Ref No. Name [MAIN UNIT] IC1301 VHiAK4341ED-1Y Part Code DAC Description AK4341 is 24 bits DAC of 2Vrms output. A newly developed advanced multiple bit system is adopted in the modulator. In this model, this IC is used to use the audio signal from a digital tuner as an audio output signal of SCART1. The MediaTek MT8292 introduces the advantages of an input multiplexer, the headphone driver and the PGA outputs. The analog input pins can either independently support GPIO function or provide extra GPIO pins to use. The analog input pins can either independently support GPIO function or provide extra GPIO pins to use. This IC is a highly precision voltage detector (4.4V) with built-in delay circuit. In this model, It used as voltage detector of MUTE signal. PQ1LA505 is series regurator with an on/off function and the over current protection function. In this model, it generate 5V. This IC is a 1Kbit-2-wire (I2C bus type) serial EEPROM that can be programmed electrically. The EEPROM chip stores the EDID data of PC input. This data is controlled through I2C signals. The MAX3221E is a single driver, single receiver RS-232 solution operating from a single Vcc supply. The RS-232 pins provide IEC G1000-4-2 ESD Protection. The device meets the requirements of TIA/EIA-232-F and provides the electrical interface between an asynchronous communication controller and the serial-port connector. The charge pump and four small external capacitors allow operation from a single 3V to 5.5V supply. The SiI91873 HDMI port processor is the second generation of HDMI devices that support revision 1.3 of the HDMI specification. The main feature is as follows. 1) 4-input, 1-output HDMI port processor. 2) Integrated TMDS receiver and transmitter cores capable of receiving and transmitting at 2.25Gbps. 3) Supports video resolutions up to 1080p, 60Hz, 12bit or 720p/1080i, 120Hz,12bit. 4) Receiver fully comply with DVI1.0, HDCP1.1 and HDMI1.3 specifications. BD6538G is single channel high side powers switch with low ON resistance Nch power MOSFET. Rich safety functions such as over current detection, Thermal shutdown (TSD), under voltage lock out (UVLO) and soft start function which are required for the power supply port protection are integrated into 1chip. This IC is Video Processor & MAIN CPU. In this IC, the decode processing and the video signal processing are done. Moreover, OSD is generated here and added to a picture signal. This IC is a highly precision voltage detector (2.8V) with built-in delay circuit. In this model, It uses as RESET signal of IC3303. This IC is a highly precision voltage detector (2.0V) with built-in delay circuit. In this model, It used as a D-POW signal generator. This IC is 512Mb DDR2 SDRAM. This IC operates as a memory of IC3303 (Video Processor). *** This IC is 2Mbit CMOS 3.0 Volt Flash Memory with 50-MHz SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) Bus and Small Sector for Boot and Parameter Storage. This IC is 512Mb NAND flash memory. This IC stores the software data that processes the system of TV such as the graphic processing, the LCD controls, and backlights etc. The BR24S64F is a 64Kbit-2-wire (I2C bus type) serial EEPROM that can be programmed electrically. This IC stores the menu data and the adjustment value data of adjustment process mode etc. The data is given out by commands from the main microprocessor. The AOZ1320 is a P-channel high-side load switch with controlled slew rate. AOZ1320-04 have a slew rate of 1ms.

IC1302

VHiMT8292N+-1Q

Audio multiplexer

IC1303 IC1104

VHiS80944NM-1Y VHiPQ1LA505-1Y

Voltage detector with builtin delay circuit ANT5V-REG

IC501

IC506

VHi2BR24C21F-1Y for service (RH-iXC206WJQZS) VHiM3221EiP-1Y

1K E2PROM

RS232C-DRIVER

IC1508

VHiSii91873-1Q

HDMI_Port _Processor

IC3302

VHiBD6538G+-1Y

USB high side SW

IC3303

RH-iXC758WJQZQ

VCT & Main CPU

IC3304 IC3305 IC3501/2 IC8403 IC8401

VHiS80928NM-1Y VHiS80920NM-1Y RH-iXC505WJQZQ RH-iXC788WJN2Y RH-iXC721WJQZQ

Voltage detector with builtin delay circuit Voltage detector with builtin delay circuit 512Mb-DDR2-SDRAM 2Mb-Serial-FLASH 512Mb-NAND-FLASH

IC8455

VHiBR24S64F-1Y

I2C bus type-64K E2PROM

IC4402

VHiAOZ1320C-1Y

SMART LOAD SW

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Ref No. IC4401 Name VHiMT8295AE-1Q Part Code CI_controller Description This is a control IC for PCMCIA cards. This controls information on IC cards inserted into the PCMCIA card slot (SC4401) or information on software version upgrade cards saved on flash memories to transfer the data to CPUs and memories. This IC is a digital audio power amplifier. It is mounted by 32QFN small package with 15W or less stereo. it drives by 10W in 26, and 32 types. The TCR5SB33 is CMOS general-purpose single-output voltage regulators with an on/off control input, featuring low dropout voltage and low quiescent bias current. The output current is possible up to 200mA or less. In this model, it generate BU3.3V. This IC is a highly precision voltage detector(2.8V) with built-in delay circuit. In this model, It used as enable signal of BU3.3V_REG. LV5893M is 1.8A 1ch step down switching regulator. In this model, it generate D3.3V. The TCR5SB25 is CMOS general-purpose single-output voltage regulators with an on/off control input, featuring low dropout voltage and low quiescent bias current. The output current is possible up to 200mA or less. In this model, it generate CPU2.5V. LV5893M is 1.8A 1ch step down switching regulator. In this model, it generate D5V. LV58072M is 3A 1ch step down switching regulator. In this model, it generate D1.1V. LV5805M is 2A 1ch step down switching regulator. In this model, it generate D1.8V. MM3141 is single-output voltage regulators with an on/off control input. In this model, it generate CPU1.25V. PQ1LAX95 is the low power loss regulator equipped with the on/off function and the over current protection function. In this model, it generate S9V. This IC is provides a dual analog switch. Each switch has two pins for input or output and an active HIGH enable input.

IC2701 IC9612

VHiYDA148QZ-1Y VHiTCR5SB33-1Y

A-AMP 1CH-SW-REG BU3.3V-REG

IC9614 IC9605 IC9611

VHiS80928NM-1Y VHiLV5893M+-1Y VHiTCR5SB25-1Y

Voltage detector with builtin delay circuit 1CH-SW-REG D3.3V-REG 1CH-SW-REG 2.5V-REG

IC9608 IC9604 IC9606 IC9603 IC9610

VHiLV5893M+-1Y VHiLV58072M-1Y VHiLV5805M+-1Y VHiMM3141YN-1Y VHiPQ1LAX95-1Y

1CH-SW-REG D5V-REG 1CH-SW-REG D1.1V-REG 1CH-SW-REG D1.8V-REG CPU1.25V-REG S9V-REG Bilateral Switch

VHiHC2G66DP-1Y IC2602 IC9601 IC9613 [POWER UNIT] IC7102 TNY274PN

IC7101

UCC28061

BU5V SW-REG-CTL for 40/46 UR13V P-FACTOR for 46 UR13V P-FACTOR for 40 UR13V SW-REG-CTL for 40/46 VLCD LOW-STANDBY for 40/46 BU5V SW-REG-CTL for 32 UR13V P-FACTOR for 32 UR13V SW-REG-CTL for 32 VLCD SW-REG-CTL for 32

IC7200

NCP1606B

IC7104 IC7505

SSC9502S FA5573

IC7101

VIPER17

IC7001

L6562A

IC7002 IC7251

FA5538 FA5511

This IC is IC for the switching regulator with Enhanced Flexibility and Extended Power Range In this model, non-reg BU5V power supply is generated. This IC is IC that improves Power-Factor in 13V_Regulator circuit of 46 type power supply circuit. The protection functions such as UVLO, Brounout, OVP and AOC are built into in this IC. This IC is IC that improves Power-Factor in 13V_Regulator circuit of 40 type power supply circuit. The protection functions such as UVLO, Brounout, OVP and AOC are built into in this IC. This IC is switching power supply IC of a monolithic type. In this model, non-reg UR13V power supply is generated. This IC is IC for the low standby power requirement type switching power supply control. In this model, backlight LED power supply (VLED=187/209V) is generated. This IC is switching power supply IC of the off-line converter type with a PWM control. In this model, non-reg BU5V power supply is generated. This IC is IC that improves Power-Factor in 13V_Regulator circuit of 32 type power supply circuit. The protection functions such as UVLO, Brounout, OVP and AOC are built into in this IC. This IC is switching-power-supply control IC of the current mode system where power MOSFET drives directly. In this model, UR13V (32 types) is generated. This IC is IC for the PWM type switching power supply control. In this model, backlight LED power supply (VLED=144V) is generated.

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2. Detailed ICs Information
2.1. IC1301 (VHiAK4341ED-1Y) 2.1.1 Block Diagram

2.1.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin Name MCLK BICK SDTI LRCK RDN I/O I I I I I Pin Function Master clock input pin. An external TTL clock should be input on this pin. Audio serial data clock pin. Audio serial data input pin. L/R clock pin. Power-down mode pin. When at L, the AK4341 is in the power-down mode, held in reset and AOUTL/R are held in VCOM. The AK4341 must be reset once upon power-up. Soft mute pin in parallel control mode. H: Enable, L: Disable Auto setting mode pin. L: Manual setting mode, H: Auto setting mode. Audio data interface format pin. L: 24bit MSB justified, H; I2S. De-emphasis enable pin. H: Enable, L: Disable Rch analog output pin. When PDN pin = L, outputs VCOM voltage. Lch analog output pin. When PDN pin = L, outputs VCOM voltage. Output buffer power supply pin. Normally connected to VSS with a 0.1F ceramic capacitor in parallel with a 10F electrolytic cap. Ground pin. DAC power supply pin. DAC common voltage pin. Normally connected to VSS with a 10F electrolytic cap. Outputs VCOM VDD voltage either PDN pin = L or H. Gain control pin. H: +6dB, L: 0dB, open: +12dB. When PDN = H, the gain pin is connected to VDD and VSS with 50k resister and held to VDD/2 when open. When PDN = L, connected to VSS with 50k resister.

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

SMUTE ACKS DIF DEM AOUTR AOUTL HVDD VSS VDD VCOM

I I I I O O I O

16

GAIN

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2.2. IC1302 (VHiMT8292N+-1Y) 2.2.1 Block Diagram

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2.2.2 Pin Connections and short description
Pin No. 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 52 53 54 55 56 Pin Name AIN8R AIN8L MVDD33 VCM33 MGND33 ADCOUTL ADCOUTR HPOUTL HPGND HPVDD HPOUTR AGND PGA0OUTL PGA0OUTR AVDD VCMPGA PGA2OUTL PGA2OUTR PGA1OUTL PGA1OUTR INPUT2R INPUT2L INPUT0R INPUT0L INPUT1R INPUT1L CL DI MUTE# RESET# GPIO0 GPIO1 GPIO2 GPIO3 GPIO4 DVDD DGND GPIO5 GPIO6 GPIO7 GPIO8 GPI AIN1R AIN1L AIN2R AIN2L AIN3R AIN3L AIN4R AIN4L AIN5R AIN5L AIN6R AIN6L AIN7R AIN7L I/O I I O O O O O O O O O O O O I I I I I I I I/O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Pin Function Channel 8 right input. Channel 8 left input. Multiplexer positive supply 3.3 voltage. Multiplexer midrail divider de coupling pin. Multiplexer negative supply. Analog multiplexer left output. Analog multiplexer right output. Headphone right channel output. Headphone ground supply pin. Headphone power supply pin. Headphone right channel output. Analog negative supply. PGA channel 0 left output. PGA channel 0 right output. Analog positive supply 12 voltage or 9 voltage. PGA midrail divider de coupling pin. PGA channel 2 left output. PGA channel 2 right output. PGA channel 1 left output. PGA channel 1 right output. Channel 2 right input to PGA gain module. Channel 2 left input to PGA gain module. Channel 0 right input to PGA gain module. Channel 0 left input to PGA gain module. Channel 1 right input to PGA gain module. Channel 1 left input to PGA gain module. Control clock pin in serial mode. Control data pin in serial mode. Hardware mute function when this pin is driven low. The device enters a low power mode when this pin is driven low. General Purpose I/O 0 and also shares hardware trapped function. General Purpose I/O 1. General Purpose I/O 2. General Purpose I/O 3. General Purpose I/O 4. Digital positive supply 3.3 voltage. Digital negative supply. General Purpose I/O 5. General Purpose I/O 6. General Purpose I/O 7. General Purpose I/O 8. Only General Purpose Input and support internal digital scan mode. Channel 1 right input (default). Channel 1 left input (default). Channel 2 right input. Channel 2 left input. Channel 3 right input. Channel 3 left input. Channel 4 right input. Channel 4 left input. Channel 5 right input. Channel 5 left input. Channel 6 right input. Channel 6 left input. Channel 7 right input. Channel 7 left input. sheet name open open C-GND GND AUDIO_IN_L AUDIO_IN_R HP_L GND S9V HP_R GND open open S9V C-GND SPK_OUT_L SPK_OUT_R MONITOR_L MONITOR_R AOUT_SP_R AOUT_SP_L AOUT_HP_R AOUT_HP_L AOUT_MONI_R AOUT_MONI_L SCLO_400K SDAO_400K AUSW_MUTE AUSW_RST R-GND open open COMP_PLUG MUTE_A_ALL D3.3V ground open open TUNER_OUT_SEL TUNER_OUT_CVBS_MUTE CVBS_PLUG SC1_IN_R SC1_IN_L SC2_IN_R SC2_IN_L COMP_IN_R COMP_IN_L RC/HDMI_IN_R RC/HDMI_IN_L CVBS_IN_R CVBS_IN_L open open open open

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2.3. IC1303, IC9607 (VHiS80944NM-1Y) 2.3.1 Block Diagram

2.3.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin Name OUT VDD VSS NC CD I/O O I Pin Function Voltage detection output terminal (RESET detecting voltage). Voltage input terminal. Ground terminal. No connection (It is an opening electrically.) External capacitor connection terminal for delay.

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2.4. IC1104 (VHiPQ1LA505-1Y) 2.4.1 Block Diagram

2.4.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin Name Nr GND Vc Vin Vo I/O I I I O Pin Function Noise Control Ground pin ON/OFF Control DC input DC Output

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2.5. IC501 (VHiBR24C21F-1Y)
This IC is a block diagram and description LC-32/40/46LE700E (S89B4LC32L700) please see the service manual.

2.6. IC506 (VHiM3221EiP-1Y)


This IC is a block diagram and description LC-32/40/46LE700E (S89B4LC32L700) please see the service manual.

2.7. IC1508 (VHiSii91873-1Q) 2.7.1 Block Diagram

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2.7.2 Pin Connections and short description
Pin No. Pin Name HDMI RX Port Pins 68 R0X0P 67 R0X0N 70 R0X1P 69 R0X1N 72 R0X2P 71 R0X2N 66 R0XCP 65 R0XCN 4 R1X0P 3 R1X0N 6 R1X1P 5 R1X1N 8 R1X2P 7 R1X2N 2 R1XCP 1 R1XCN 14 R2X0P 13 R2X0N 16 R2X1P 15 R2X1N 18 R2X2P 17 R2X2N 12 R2XCP 11 R2XCN 22 R3X0P 21 R3X0N 24 R3X1P 23 R3X1N 26 R3X2P 25 R3X2N 20 R3XCP 19 R3XCN HDMI Tx Port Pins 60 TX0P 61 TX0N 58 TX1P 59 TX1N 56 TX2P 57 TX2N 62 TXCP 63 TXCN System Switching Pins 29 DSDA0 33 DSDA1 39 DSDA2 43 DSDA3 30 DSCL0 34 DSCL1 40 DSCL2 44 DSCL3 32 R0PWR5V 36 R1PWR5V 42 R2PWR5V 46 R3PWR5V 31 HPD0 35 HPD1 41 HPD2 45 HPD3 49 R4PWR5V I/O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I O O O O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I I I I O O O O TMDS input port 0 data pairs. Pin Function

TMDS input port 0 clock pair. TMDS input port 1 data pairs.

TMDS input port 1 clock pair TMDS input port 2 data pairs.

TMDS input port 2 clock pair. TMDS input port 3 data pairs.

TMDS input port 3 clock pair

HDMI Tx Output port data. TMDS Low Voltage Differential Signal output data pairs.

DDC I2C Data for respective port. These signals are true open drain, and do not pull-down to ground when power is not applied to the device. These pins require an external pull-up resistor.

DDC I2C Clock for respective port. These signals are true open drain, and do not pull-down to ground when power is not applied to the device. These pins require an external pull-up resistor.

5-V Port detection input for respective port. Connect to 5-V signal from HDMI input connector.

Hot Plug Detect Output for respective port. Connect to HOTPLUG of HDMI input connector.

5V power from 5th Rx port.

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Pin No. Pin Name Control Pins 54 CSCL 53 48 CSDA DSCL4 I/O I I/O I Pin Function Local Configuration/Status I2C Clock. Chip configuration/status is accessed via this I2C port. This pin is a true open drain, so it does not pull to ground if power is not applied. Local Configuration/Status I2C Data. Chip configuration/status is accessed via this I2C port. This pin is a true open drain, so it does not pull to ground if power is not applied. DDC I2C Clock for VGA port. HDCP KSV, Aa, and Ri values are exchanged over this I2C port during authentication. This pin is a true open drain, so it does not pull to ground if power is not applied. The R4PWR5V (VREF) pad will provide a reference voltage for the PROT input pin. DDC I2C Data for VGA port. HDCP KSV, Aa, and Ri values are exchanged over this I2C port during authentication. This pin is a true open drain, so it does not pull to ground if power is not applied. The R4PWR5V (VREF) pad will provide a reference voltage for the PROT input pin. I2C Slave Address input/Transmit Power Sense Output. When RESET# is LOW, this pin is used as an input to latch the I2C sub _address. The level on this pin is latched when the RESET# pin transition from LOW to HIGH. When RESET# is HIGH, this pin is used as the TPWR output, indicating that the receive port has 5V present. Interrupt Output. This is an open_drain output and requires an external pull_up resister. When SBVCC (pin38) = 5V, RSVD pin #10 must be tied to GND with less than 10K resistor. When SBVCC (pin38) = 3.3V, RSVD pin #10 must be tied to GND with 1M ohm resistor. These pins must be tied to GND during normal operation. HDMI compliant CEC I/O used for interfacing to CEC devices. The signal is electrically compliant with CEC specification. This pin connects to the CEC signal of all HDMI connectors in the system. As an input, the pin acts as a LVTTL, Schmitt triggered input and is 5V tolerant. As an output, the pin acts as an NMOS driver with resistive pull-up. This pin has an internal pull-up resistor. This pin is configurable through NVRAM. For CEC_D use, this pin interfaces to the CEC master. Usually connected to Micro-controller. TMDS Core VCC. Must be supplied at 3.3V During normal mode, this pin provides 3.3V power to external micro-controller. Maximum output current is 30mA. Local Power from TV. When SBVCC (pin38) = 5V, RSVD pin #10 must be tied to GND with less than 10K resistor. When SBVCC (pin38) = 3.3V, RSVD pin #10 must be tied to GND with 1M ohm resistor. ePad must be connected to ground. All ground planes, analog and digital, must be tied together to the ePad, which must be connected to ground.

47

DSDA4

I/O

Configuration Pins 55 TPWR_CI2CA

I/O

52 10

INT RSVD

O I/O

28 RSVD CEC Pins 50 CEC_A

51

CEC_D

I/O

Power and Ground Pins 9,27,64 VCC33 37 MICOM_VCC33 38 SBVCC

ePad

Epad

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2.8. IC3302 (VHiBD6538G+-1Y) 2.8.1 Block Diagram

2.8.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 Pin Name VIN GND EN /OC I/O I I O Pin Function Power supply input terminal. It is an input terminal to the switch and a power supply input terminal of an internal circuit. Ground Switch enable input terminal. The switch is turned on by inputting the high level. Over current notification terminal. When the over current is detected, it becomes a low level. Open drain output. Switch output terminal.

VOUT

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2.9. IC3304 (VHiS80928NM-1Y), IC3305 (VHiS80920NM-1Y) 2.9.1 Block Diagram

2.9.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin Name OUT VDD VSS NC CD I/O O I Pin Function Voltage detection output terminal. (RESET detecting voltage) Voltage input terminal. Ground terminal. No connection (It is an opening electrically.) External capacitor connection terminal for delay.

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2.10. IC3501, IC3502 (RH-iXC505WJQZQ) 2.10.1 Block Diagram

2.10.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. J8, K8 Pin Name CK, CK# I/O I Pin Function Clock: CK and CK# are differential clock inputs. All address and control input signals are sampled on the crossing of the positive edge of CK and negative edge of CK#. Output (read) data is referenced to the crossings of CK and CK# (both directions of crossing). Clock Enable: CKE HIGH activates, and CKE Low deactivates, internal clock signals and device input buffers and output drivers. Taking CKE Low provides Pre charge Power-Down and Self Refresh operation (all bank idle), or Active Power-Down (row Active in any bank). CKE is synchronous for power down entry and exit, and for self refresh entry. CKE is asynchronous for self refresh exit. After VREF has become stable during the power on and initialization sequence, it must be maintained for proper operation of the CKE receiver. For proper self-refresh entry and exit, VREF must be maintained to this input. CKE must be maintained high throughout read and write accesses. Input buffers, excluding CK, CK#, ODT and CKE are disabled during power-down. Input buffers, excluding CKE are disabled during self refresh. Chip Select: All commands are masked when CS# is registered HIGH. CS# provides for external bank selection on systems with multiple banks. CS# is considered part of the command code.

K2

CKE

L8

CS#

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Pin No. K9 Pin Name ODT I/O I Pin Function On Die Termination: ODT (registered HIGH) enables termination resistance internal to the DDR2 SDRAM. When enabled, ODT is only applied to each DQ, DQS, DQS#, RDQS, RDQS#, and DM signal for x4/x8 configuration. For x16 configuration, ODT is applied to each DQ, UDQS/UDQS#. LDQS/LDQS#, UDM and LDM signal. The ODT pin will be ignored if the Extended Mode Register Set (EMRS) is programmed to disable ODT. Command Inputs: RAS#, CAS# and WE# (along with CS#) define the command being entered. Input Data Mask: DM is an input mask signal for write data. Input data is masked when DM is sampled HIGH coincident with that input data during a Write access. DM is sampled on both edges of DQS. Although DM pins are input only, the DM loading matches the DQ and DQS loading. For x8 device, the function of DM or RDQS/RDQS# is enabled by EMRS command. Bank Address Inputs: BA0 and BA1 define to which bank an Active, Read, Write or Pre charge command is being applied. Bank address also determines if the mode register or extended mode register is to be accessed during a MRS or EMRS cycle. Address Inputs: Provide the row address for Active commands, and the column address and Auto Pre charge bit for Read/Write commands to select one location out of the memory array in the respective bank. A10 is sampled during a pre charge command to determine whether the PRECHARGE applies to one bank (A10 LOW) or all banks (A10 HIGH). If only one bank is to be pre charged, the bank is selected by BA0, BA1. The address inputs also provide the op-code during a Mode Register Set command. Data Input/Output: Bi-directional data bus.

K7, L7, K3 F3, B3

RAS#, CAS#, WE# DM (UQM3) (DQM1) or (UQM2) (DQM3)

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L2, L3

BA0, BA1

M8, M3, M7, N2, N8, N3, N7, P2, P8, P3, M2, P7, R2

A [0:12]

G8, G2, H7, H3, H1, H9, F1, F9, C8, C2, D7, D3, D1, D9, B1, B9 B7, A8, F7, E8

DQ [0:15] or DQ [16:31] (DQS1), (DQS1#) (DQS0), (DQS0#) or (DQS3), (DQS3#) (DQS2), (DQS2#)

I/O

I/O

A2, E2, L1, R3, R7, R8 A1, E1, J9, M9, R1 A9, C1, C3, C7, C9, E9, G1, G3, G7, G9 A3, E3, J3, N1, P9 A7, B2, B8, D2, D8, E7, F2, F8, H2, H8 J1 J7 J2

NC VDD VDDQ

Data Strobe: Output with read data, input with write data. Edge-aligned with read data, centered in write data. For the x16, DQS1 corresponds to the data on DQ0>DQ7; DQS0 corresponds to the data on DQ8>DQ15. For the x8, an DQS2 option using DM pin can be enabled via the EMRS (1) to simply read timing. The data strobes DQS1, DQS0, DQS3, and DQS2 may be used in single ended mode or paired with optional complementary signals DQS1#, DQS0#, DQS3# and DQS2# to provide differential pair signaling to the system during both reads and writes. A control bit at EMRS (1) [A10] enables or disables all complementary data strobe signals. In this data sheet, differential DQS signals refers to any of the following with A10=0 of EMRS (1) x4 DQS1/DQS1# x8 DQS1/DQS1# if EMRS (1) [A11] =0 x8 DQS1/DQS1#, DQS2/DQS2# x16 DQS0/DQS0# and DQS3/DQS3# No Connect: No internal electrical connection is present. Power Supply: +1.8V 0.1V. DQ Power Supply: +1.8V 0.1V.

VSS VSSQ

Ground. Ground. DQ Ground.

VDDL VSSDL VREF

DLL Power Supply: +1.8V 0.1V. DLL Ground. Reference voltage for inputs for SSTL interface.

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2.11. IC8403 (RH-iXC788WJZZY) 2.11.1 Block Diagram

2.11.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 Pin Name CS# (Chip Select) I/O I Pin Function Places device in active power mode when driven low. Deselects device and places SO at high impedance when high. After power-up, device requires a falling edge on CS# before any command is written. Device is in standby mode when a program, erase, or Write Status Register operation is not in progress. Transfers data serially out of the device on the falling edge of SCK. Protects the memory area specified by Status Register bits BP2:BP0. When driven low, prevents any program or erase command from altering the data in the protected memory area. Ground Transfers data serially into the device. Device latches commands, addresses, and program data on SI on the rising edge of SCK. Provides serial interface timing. Latches commands, addresses, and data on SI on rising edge of SCK. Triggers output on SO after the falling edge of SCK. Pauses any serial communication with the device without deselecting it. When driven low, SO is at high impedance, and all input at SI and SCK are ignored. Requires that CS# also be driven low. Supply Voltage

2 3

SO (Signal data Output) W# (Write Protect) GND SI (Serial Data Input) SCK (Serial Clock) HOLD# VCC

O I

4 5 6

I I

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2.12. IC8401 (RH-iXC721WJQZQ) 2.12.1 Block Diagram

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Pin No. 29-44 Pin Name IO0-IO7 I/O I/O Pin Function DATA INPUTS/OUTPUTS The IO pins allow to input command, address and data and to output data during read/program operations. The inputs are latched on the rising edge of Write Enable (WE#). The I/O buffer float to High-Z when the device is deselected or the outputs are disabled. COMMAND LATCH ENABLE This input activates the latching of the IO inputs inside the Command Register on the Rising edge of Write Enable (WE#). ADDRESS LATCH ENABLE This input activates the latching of the IO inputs inside the Address Register on the Rising edge of Write Enable (WE#). CHIP ENABLE This input controls the selection of the device. When the device is busy CE# low does not deselect the memory. WRITE ENABLE This input acts as clock to latch Command, Address and Data. The IO inputs are latched on the rise edge of WE#. READ ENABLE The RE# input is the serial data-out control, and when active drives the data onto the I/O bus. Data is valid REA after the falling edge of RE# which also increments the internal column address counter by one. WRITE PROTECT The WP# pin, when Low, provides an Hardware protection against undesired modify (program/erase) operations. READY BUSY The Ready/Busy output is an Open Drain pin that signals the state of the memory. SUPPLY VOLTAGE The VCC supplies the power for all the operations (Read, Write, Erase). GROUND NO CONNECTION

16

CLE

17

ALE

CE#

18

WE#

RE#

19

WP#

7 37 36 1-6, 10-11, 14-15, 20-28, 33-35, 39-40, 45-48

A/B# VCC VSS NC

2.13. IC8455 (VHiBR24S64F-1Y)


This IC is a block diagram and description LC-32A47E/RU/V (S59Z4LC32A47E) please see the service manual.

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2.14. IC4402 (VHiAOZ1320C-1Y) 2.14.1 Block Diagram

2.14.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pin Name OUT GND EN NC GND IN I/O O I I Pin Function Output. OUT is the source of the P-channel MOSFET. Ground Enable. The P-channel MOSFET turns on when EN is logic HIGH. No connect. This pin is not internally connected. Ground Input. IN is the drain of the P-channel MOS FET. It is the supply input of the IC.

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2.15. IC4401 (VHiMT8295AE-1Q) 2.15.1 Block Diagram

2.15.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. Pin Name Miscellaneous 107 RESETB 114 CI_INT NAND flash 116 CI_DATA0 115 CI_DATA1 95 CI_DATA2 102 CI_DATA3 101 CI_DATA4 100 CI_DATA5 99 CI_DATA6 98 CI_DATA7 94 CI_CEB I/O I O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I Chip reset. interrupt. NAND Flash Data bit 0. NAND Flash Data bit 1. NAND Flash Data bit 2. NAND Flash Data bit 3. NAND Flash Data bit 4. NAND Flash Data bit 5. NAND Flash Data bit 6. NAND Flash Data bit 7. NAND Flash Chip enable. Pin Function Sheet Name CI_CNT_RESET CI_CNT_INT PDD0_ PDD1_ PDD2_ PDD3_ PDD4_ PDD5_ PDD6_ PDD7_ CI_CE#

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Pin No. Pin Name 106 CI_RB 96 CI_WEB 103 CI_ALE 105 CI_CLE 117 CI_OEB CLK/Crystal 109 XTALO 110 XTALI Transport stream (TS) 6 TOCLK 7 TOSYNC 8 TOVALID 9 TODATA0 11 TODATA1 I/O O I I I I O I I I I I I Pin Function NAND Flash Ready. NAND Flash Write enable. NAND Flash Address Latch enable. NAND Flash Command Latch enable. NAND Flash Output enable. Crystal output. Crystal input. Sheet Name N_PARB_ XEWE_ PAALE_ PACLE_ XERE_ XTAL_O XTAL_I TS_CPUOUT_CLK TS_CPUOUT_SYNC TS_CPUOUT_VAL TS_CPUOUT_DO open open open open open open open TS_CPUIN_CLK TS_CPUIN_SYNC TS_CPUIN_VAL TS_CPUIN_DO R-G R-G HP_PLUG AMP_STBY open ANT_5V_SW open open open CI_VCCEN PNL_I2C_EN PNL_WP 232C_EN ATV_POW_SW IREM_SW C_D0 C_D1 C_D2 C_D3 C_D4 C_D5 C_D6 C_D7 TS_CIOUT_D0 TS_CIOUT_D1 TS_CIOUT_D2 TS_CIOUT_D3 TS_CIOUT_D4 TS_CIOUT_D5 TS_CIOUT_D6 TS_CIOUT_D7 CI_A0 CI_A1 CI_A2 CI_A3

Transport stream 1 input clock. Transport stream 1 input sync. Transport stream 1 input valid. Transport stream 1 input data bit 0. Transport stream 1 input data bit 1. Transport stream 2 input clock. 12 TODATA2 I Transport stream 1 input data bit 2. Transport stream 2 input sync. 13 TODATA3 I Transport stream 1 input data bit 3. Transport stream 2 input valid. 14 TODATA4 I Transport stream 1 input data bit 4. Transport stream 2 input data. 16 TODATA5 I Transport stream 1 input data bit 5. 17 TODATA6 I Transport stream 1 input data bit 6. 18 TODATA7 I Transport stream 1 input data bit 7. 123 TS_CKO O Transport stream output clock. 125 TS_SYNCO O Transport stream output sync. 122 TS_VALIDO O Transport stream output valid. 124 TS_DATAO O Transport stream output data. General Purpose Input and Output (GPIO) 1 GPIO0 I/O General purpose I/O bit 0. (Resister-Ground) 2 GPIO1 I/O General purpose I/O bit 1. (Resister-Ground) 3 GPIO2 I General purpose I/O bit 2. (Head Phone Plug) 4 GPIO3 O General purpose I/O bit 3. (Amp Standby) 19 GPIO4 I/O General purpose I/O bit 4. 20 GPIO5 O General purpose I/O bit 5. (Antena_5V_SW) 21 GPIO6 I/O General purpose I/O bit 6. 91 GPIO7 I/O General purpose I/O bit 7. 92 GPIO8 I/O General purpose I/O bit 8. 93 GPIO9 O General purpose I/O bit 9. (Common Interface VCC Enable) 118 GPIO10 O General purpose I/O bit 10. (Panel I2C Enable) 119 GPIO11 O General purpose I/O bit 11. (Panel Write Protect) 120 GPIO12 I General purpose I/O bit 12. (232C_Eable) 127 GPIO13 O General purpose I/O bit 13. (ATV_Power_SW) 128 GPIO14 I General purpose I/O bit 14. (Interrupt enable _SW) PCMCIA/CI 83 D0 I/O PCMCIA data bit 0. 85 D1 I/O PCMCIA data bit 1. 87 D2 I/O PCMCIA data bit 2. 24 D3 I/O PCMCIA data bit 3. 26 D4 I/O PCMCIA data bit 4. 28 D5 I/O PCMCIA data bit 5. 30 D6 I/O PCMCIA data bit 6. 32 D7 I/O PCMCIA data bit 7. 81 D8 I/O PCMCIA data bit 8. 84 D9 I/O PCMCIA data bit 9. 86 D10 I/O PCMCIA data bit 10. 25 D11 I/O PCMCIA data bit 11. 27 D12 I/O PCMCIA data bit 12. 29 D13 I/O PCMCIA data bit 13. 31 D14 I/O PCMCIA data bit 14. 34 D15 I/O PCMCIA data bit 15. 80 A0 O PCMCIA address bit 0. 78 A1 O PCMCIA address bit 1. 75 A2 O PCMCIA address bit 2. 73 A3 O PCMCIA address bit 3.

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Pin No. Pin Name I/O Pin Function 71 A4 O PCMCIA address bit 4. 69 A5 O PCMCIA address bit 5. 66 A6 O PCMCIA address bit 6. 64 A7 O PCMCIA address bit 7. 46 A8 O PCMCIA address bit 8. 44 A9 O PCMCIA address bit 9. 37 A10 O PCMCIA address bit 10. 41 A11 O PCMCIA address bit 11. 62 A12 O PCMCIA address bit 12. 48 A13 O PCMCIA address bit 13. 50 A14 O PCMCIA address bit 14. 59 A15 O PCMCIA address bit 15. 57 A16 O PCMCIA address bit 16. 45 A17 O PCMCIA address bit 17. 47 A18 O PCMCIA address bit 18. 49 A19 O PCMCIA address bit 19. 51 A20 O PCMCIA address bit 20. 54 A21 O PCMCIA address bit 21. 56 A22 O PCMCIA address bit 22. 58 A23 O PCMCIA address bit 23. 61 A24 O PCMCIA address bit 24. 63 A25 O PCMCIA address bit 25. 67 RESET O PCMCIA reset. 35 CE1_ O PCMCIA card enable 1. 36 CE2_ O PCMCIA card enable 2. 23 CD1_ I PCMCIA card detection 1. 88 CD2_ I PCMCIA card detection 2. 38 VS1_ I PCMCIA voltage sense 1. 65 VS2_ I PCMCIA voltage sense 2. 79 BVD1 I PCMCIA battery voltage detection 1. 77 BVD2 I PCMCIA battery voltage detection 2. 72 INPACK_ I PCMCIA input port acknowledge. 70 WAIT_ I PCMCIA wait. 40 IORD_ O PCMCIA IO read strobe. 42 IOWR_ O PCMCIA IO write strobe. 74 REG_ O PCMCIA register selection. 39 OE_ O PCMCIA output enable. 53 WE_ O PCMCIA write enable. 55 READY I PCMCIA ready. 89 WP I PCMCIA write protect. General Purpose Input and Output (GPIO) 5 VCC33 I/O power 3.3V 33 VCC33 I/O power 3.3V 52 VCC33 I/O power 3.3V 68 VCC33 I/O power 3.3V 97 VCC33 I/O power 3.3V 121 VCC33 I/O power 3.3V 10 GND33 Ground 43 GND33 Ground 60 GND33 Ground 76 GND33 Ground 104 GND33 Ground 126 GND33 Ground 15 VCC18 Core power 1.8V 82 VCC18 Core power 1.8V 22 GND18 Ground 90 GND18 Ground 108 AVDD33_XTAL Analog crystal power 3.3V 111 AVSS33_XTAL Analog crystal ground 112 AVDD18_PLL Analog PLL power 1.8V 113 AVSS18_PLL Analog PLL ground Sheet Name CI_A4 CI_A5 CI_A6 CI_A7 CI_A8 CI_A9 CI_A10 CI_A11 CI_A12 CI_A13 CI_A14 TS_CIIN_CLK TS_CIIN_VAL TS_CIIN_SYNC TS_CIIN_D0 TS_CIIN_D1 TS_CIIN_D2 TS_CIIN_D3 TS_CIIN_D4 TS_CIIN_D5 TS_CIIN_D6 TS_CIIN_D7 CI_RESET CI_EN1 CI_EN2 CI_CARDDET1 CI_CARDDET2 C_VS1 TS_CIOUT_CLK TS_CIOUT_SYNC TS_CIOUT_VAL CI_INP_ACK CI_WAIT CI_RD CI_WR CI_REG CI_OE CI_WE CI_IREQ CI_IOSIS16 D3.3V D3.3V D3.3V D3.3V D3.3V D3.3V G G G G G G D1.8V D1.8V G G D3.3V G D1.8V G

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2.16. IC2701 (VHiYDA148QZ-1Y)
This IC is a block diagram and description LC-32/40/46LE700E (S89B4LC32L700) please see the service manual.

2.17. IC9612 (VHiTCR5SB33-1Y) 2.17.1 Block Diagram

2.17.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin Name VIN Ground Control NC Vout I/O I O Pin Function Voltage supply pin. Ground pin Control signal pin No connection Output pin

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2.18. IC9605/IC9608 (VHiLV5893M+-1Y) 2.18.1 Block Diagram

2.18.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 Pin Name BOOT I/O I Pin Function Upper part MOS transistor boot strap capacity connection terminal. Connect the boot capacity of about 0.022F between SW terminals. The boot capacity series resistance (about100) is effective for stable operation. Input power source terminal. Connect very big capacity (10F 2 or more) between GND. Power switch terminal. Connect the output LC filter. Connect the above-mentioned capacity between BOOT terminals. Ground Feedback terminal. The output voltage is set by the division resistance of output voltage (Vout-FB-GND). Phase compensation terminal. Connect external capacity and resistance for the phase compensation of the DC/DC converter close loop. Enable terminal It operates the converter by a high voltage or the opening. It stops with GND the converter operation. Soft start terminal. The soft start time is set by built-in 10A source voltage and external soft start capacity.

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

VIN SW GND FB COMP EN SS

I I I I I

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2.19. IC9611 (VHiTCR5SB25-1Y) 2.19.1 Pin Connections and short description
Pin No. 1 2 3 Pin Name VIN GND CONTROL I/O I I Pin Function Input power source terminal. A small, ceramic type can be used for the input capacitor (0.1F). Ground Control terminal. In control voltage ON, it is 1.5-6V, and turning off is 0.25V or less. Control voltage HIGH LOW 4 5 NC VOUT O Output voltage ON OFF

No connection Output voltage terminal. The output voltage of TCR5SB25 is 2.5V0.05V. A small, ceramic type can be used for the output capacitor (1.0F).

2.20. IC9604 (VHiLV58072M-1Y) 2.20.1 Block Diagram

2.20.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin Name BOOT VIN SW GND FB COMP EN SS I/O I I O I I I Pin Function Bootstrap Terminal Connect the boost capacity of about 0.022F between SW terminals. Input Voltage Terminal Connect very big capacity between GND. Power Switch Terminal Connect output LC filter. Moreover connect the above-mentioned capacity between BOOT terminals. Ground Feed Back Terminal The output voltage is set by the division resistance between the output voltages. Phase Compensation Terminal The phase amends external capacity and the resistance of the DC/DC converter close loop are connected. Enable Terminal The converter works by the High voltage impression. Softstart Terminal The soft start time is set by built-in 10A source voltage and external soft start capacity.

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2.21. IC9606 (VHiLV5805M+-1Y)
This IC is a block diagram and description LC-19D1E (S58J9LC19D1ES) please see the service manual.

2.22. IC9603 (VHiMM3141YN-1Y) 2.22.1 Block Diagram

2.22.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 4 5 2 Pin Name VDD NC Vout NC GND I/O O Pin Function Voltage supply pin. No connection Output pin No connection Ground pin ON/OFF control pin

CE


Connect CE pin with VDD pin, when it is not used.

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2.23. IC9610 (VHiPQ1LAX95-1Y) 2.23.1 Block Diagram

2.23.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin Name Vadj GND Vc Vin Vo I/O I I I O Pin Function Output Voltage Control Ground pin ON/OFF Control DC input DC Output

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2.24. IC2602, IC9601, IC9613 (VHiHC2G66DP-1Y) 2.24.1 Block Diagram

2.24.2 Pin Connections and short description


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin Name 1Y 1Z 2E GND 2Y 2Z 1E VCC I/O I/O I/O I I/O I/O I Pin Function Independent input or output. Independent input or output. Enable input (active HIGH). Ground Independent input or output. Independent input or output. Enable input (active HIGH). Supply voltage.

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CHAPTER 7. OVERALL WIRING/SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM


LC32LE600E

Service Manual

[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (LC-32LE600E/RU/S)

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CHAPTER 8. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES


LC32LE600E

Service Manual

[1] MAIN UNIT


MAIN Unit (Side A)
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LUG9609 LUG9604 C9646 R9662 C9652 LUG9610

LUG9608

LUG9605

IC9610

R9657

R9661

R9658

C9638

TH3302 C3386 TH3301

C9616

R1156

C9640

C9650

FB9605 IC9609

L9603

D9612

R9653

R9654

R9655

R9659

R9660

IC9606

R9656

FB9617

C9641

FB9616

FB9604

C9639

R1144

FB9618

C8626

C8625

X8601 C8609

R1158

L8601 R1145 C1135 C9628

C9634

C9649 C9647

C8612

C8611

R8620

C8613

R1102 D9613 FB9612 FB9607

R1146

R8612

D8602

D8601

IC8603

C8606

R1149 R1108

R8608 R8609 C8631 C8632

L9604

R4437

R4409

C1141

C8614 R8605 C8607 R8604 R8602

FB9610

FB9615

FB9603

R8618 C9623 C1129

R8619

R1119 C1140

R1134 C9654 C9619 R9633 R9632 C9612 R9621 L1107 C9621

FB9602

C9622

R4410

R4439

IC9604

L1106

L1104 D9610

R4408

C4401

IC4401

R4404 R4402

C4420

X4401

R4407

C1107 LUG9606

R4406

C4403 R1155

R4412

Q1105

R1101

R1159

L1101

L1103

R4413

L1105

R1132

C1103 C1139 R9674 R9675

Q1106

R4414

C9603

C1104

C9613

C8456

R4419 R4420

IC9601

R8452

R8451

C1101 R2606 R2607

P2603

IC8403

R1160 C1143

Q1104

C9653

IC9613

FB2601

C8457 FB2602

R8476

R8475

R9684 R9685

R3327 FB2609 FB2612

P2604 P2602

R2640

IC2601

R2619

R3408

C3310

FB2614 FB2616 FB2617 FB2610 FB2611

D3326

C3316

R2620

R1548

D3325

IC1508 LUG9603

D1525

IC501

D515

Q3302

R507 R1564

R3406

R551 C521

C1514 R1555 R1554 R1544 C1516 R1568

R1557

LUG9611

R1508

C3503

R2639

D512

R1549 R1547

R3338 R3331

R2641 C2602

R1565

R1567

FL503 R1556 D3321 R3550 R3398 C3372 D3315 D3319 R3508 D3313 R1570 R547 FB533 FB507 R538 R506 R3388 R633 R3377 C3360 R3369 C3383 R3371 C3385 D3314

C1521

R3318

Q3304

LUG9607

C3398

R3367 C3374 C3376

D510

R1505

R1502

R533

FB506 D509

VA3302

SC1502

SC1501

VA1516 VA1501 VA1503 VA1502 VA1510 VA1509

D3310

R522 R625

C3375

R3365 C3382

D508 FB504 R505 R3366 IC3303 FL501 C1512 R1535 D507 R3507 R3502 VA1515 VA1508

FB532 VA1514 VA1513 VA1507 VA1506

R642

C594

IC510

IC1507

R1527 R1526

R1528

Q1506

R1533

C3390 C3392 C3393 C3394

Q1505

R3509 R3514

FB531

C3389

R3513

R1536

R1506 R1512

D1507 Q1507 C3395 C3396 C590 C3397

C1509

IC3501

R1509

R1511

SC1503

FB502

VA1518 VA1519 VA1522 FL514

R517 R523 C510

R629

R632 C583

R624

VA1521 VA1520 R511 C588 R3328 R3357 R3333 Q3303 R3337

R3405 R3326 R3358 R3360 R3359

FB534

C501

R3330

VA1517 VA1524 R3402

L504

R3341

VA1523

R3342

IC507

L2617

R514 R524 R502

C581

C564

R582

R581

IC1301

IC8404

R3407 D3322

R8408 R8407

C1301

R596

R615

R602

C1304

C1122

C1120

C1118

R1336

Q1301

R589

R531

L1302

C1320

R530

R513

C1321

IC1302 P8401

R631

C556 C503 VA506 VA502 R526 C507 VA501 R532 VA507 FL510 R539 FB509 D511 VA503 FL504 R542 R543 C519 D514 FL509 D504 R536 FB501 R534 FL508 FL507 FL516 FB536

R518

D523

R1126

R1128

R1122

R1125

R1130

R2635

R597 R595

R1338

D521

Q2603

R1337

FB2629

C1308

C1310

C1312

FB524

FB523 FB525

R613 R609

R600

R519

R540

C1306

C1314

R9672

C565 R601 R545 R516 C517

VA508

D524

C586 C584 C580

R640

FL511

Q510

C2728 C2719 C2725 C2720

R535

R637

R537 R603 C566 D526 R521 VA504 R639 D503 D505 R593 FL513 Q506 R548 R567 C538 R564 C532 FB518 FB521 C559 R594 FL506 R529 VA505 R591 C558 FB522 FL505 R528 R504 R541

R641

R527

FB527 R550 C504 D506 R515 R520 D513 FB510 FB513 C524 R557 C528 R562 D525 R608

IC506

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D2705

R605

R620

L2701

L2704

D528

R2720 C578 C577 C2734

FB526

FL512

VA509

R546

C2705

R508

C2708

C520

C2731 C2732

R2713 R2717

R2712 C2709

R2706

D2702

C2704

C2707 FB528 C571 R610 C569 R621

R544

R525

R590 C554 R607 C568 FB511 FB512 C523 C522 R588 R604 FB520 C548 R578 C549 R580 R579 R636

R638

R568 C539 R565 C533 FB517

R611

C2716 R563 C529 R558 C525 FB514 D527 FB516 FB515 C527 C526 C562

C2724

D2703

L2706

R3311

D3305

L2702

FB3313 Q509

FB3319 Q3301

L2703

R3310

R3309

R3308

C2727

C2733

C2718

R553

R552

R556

R559

R576 R574 C546 R575 C547 FB519 C531 R555 C530 R554

C537 R561

C536 R560

R622 C575 R617 R616 C572 FB529

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FB3318

FB3302

C3305 C3307 C3308

C3302

C3301

C534

C535

C540

R570

C541

LUG9602

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R566

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C3339

FB3320 C3319

C552

D2704

R3303

C2722

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FB508

C511

VA510

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Q2703

IC2701

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C2738

C2706

R2724 R2725 R2716 R2715 C2726 C2729 R2714

D2706

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C2737

P2701

R606 C567

C2713

C2717

C2723

L2705

C2710

C2715

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IC1303

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R2642

R2613

FB535

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R626

R598

C1332

FL515

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C592

C557

C1119

C1121

C1123

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R2605

L2616

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C553 C1302

C1305

R623

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R586 C1303

C574

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L501

C8451

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IC503

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IC8402

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R3409

L502

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C508

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R8404 R8405

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IC4404

IC4403

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R4453

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R4428

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Q1504

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D1523

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R4415

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C8629

C4429

C8633

C4427

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C4409

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C8619 C8618 C8617


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C8623

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IC8401

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C3313

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R3397

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C1513 R1551

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R3343

R3396

R614

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C8452

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C3314

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R8457

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R612

C570

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D3302 D3303 D3304

R9625 R9622

R1320

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C3333

R3307 R3305

C3321

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C3322 C3328

R3320

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C1318

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Q2702

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R2701

C3325
R3501

R3319

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R1129 C1319
C1316 C1317

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R2708

C3318

IC3301

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C1309

R3301 R3410

C3311

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R2728

R3344 R3334

C1322

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C9626

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C2701

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C3323

R1131
L1301

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R3304 C3309 R3302 FB3306

C1323

FB3314
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R3356

C2703

R3517
R3504 R3506 R3505

R3510

C8462

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IC9607 C9637

R9626

R1103
C1116 L1102

C9667
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C1115 R1120 R1117

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C3504

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Q1101
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C9666

R9636 Q9607 Q9608

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FL3301

FL3304

R1121 R1116

C1125

Q1102

FL3302

Q1103

IC1104

IC8455 R8463 R8461 R8406 R8462 R8464


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R2612

C3520

D1102 C1114 C9607


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C1111 C1127 D1103

C9608

IC9603

C9669
C9645 R9650 R9651 R9648 C9642

R9612

Q9601

R9623
C9644

C2601

D9618 R9680 R9679 R9681

C9601
R9606

D9603

FB2604

FB2605

FB2606

C9602 R9610

IC2602

L9605 R9677 C9672 R9678

D9606
R8477

C3517

C3506

D9601

Q9602

FB2607

FB2608

C9610

R9617 C1126

R2615

R3516 D3501

FL3502

C3523

C9609

D9607

IC1101

R9683

IC9614

C3502 R3515 C3501

C9635

R9634 C9615

R2611

C3513 C3512

C3508

C3522

C3518 C3519

C9674 C9673

D9602

IC9612

C9633

C3507 R2622 R2617 R2621 R2618 R2616 R9673

FB9614

D9617

R9609

FB9609

R9611
C9662 R9603 FB9608 FB9611 FB9613

C9670
R9618 C9671

Q9606

R9608

R9670

R9663

C9660

R9605 C9656

C9658

Q9605

R9668

FL3501

R2614

R3306
R9627

R9604 R9614

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C9604

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C3511

C3505

C3521

C3509

R9652 C9643

C3524

C3514

C3510

C8461

C1112 R1111 R1110

R1115

R1114

C1117

C1124

C1102

C8460

R8480

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C3350

R1316 R1310 C1326

C3331

R1123

C1307

C579

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CHAPTER 9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


LC32LE600E

Service Manual

[1] DESCRIPTION OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


1. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT CONDITION:
1) The voltages at test points are measured on exclusive AC adaptor and the stable supply voltage of AC 220-240V. Signals are fed by a color bar signal generator for servicing purpose and the above voltages are measured with a 20k ohm/V tester.

2. INDICATION OF RESISTOR & CAPACITOR:


RESISTOR 1) The unit of resistance "" is omitted. (K=k=1000, M=M). 2) All resistors are 5%, unless otherwise noted. (K= 10%, F= 1%, D= 0.5%) 3) All resistors are 1/16W, unless otherwise noted. CAPACITOR 1) All capacitors are F, unless otherwise noted. (P=pF=F). 2) All capacitors are 50V, unless otherwise noted. CAUTION: This circuit diagram is original one, therefore there may be a slight difference from yours. SAFETY NOTES: 1) DISCONNECT THE AC PLUG FROM THE AC OUTLET BEFORE REPLACING PARTS. 2) SEMICONDUCTOR HEAT SINKS SHOULD BE REGARDED AS POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARDS WHEN THE CHASSIS IS OPERATING. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: PARTS MARKED WITH " "( ) ARE IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFETY OF THE SET. BE SURE TO REPLACE THESE PARTS WITH SPECIFIED ONES FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SET.

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[2] SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


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LC32LE600E

Service Manual OUTLINE AND DIFFERENCES FROM BASE MODEL


OUTLINE
This model is based on the LC-32LE700E/RU/S, LC-40LE700E/RU/S, LC-46LE700E/RU/S and is changed some parts. This Service Manual covers the modifications alone. For the other points, refer to the LC-32LE700E/RU/S, LC-40LE700E/RU/S and LC-46LE700E/RU/S (No. S89B4LC32L700) Service Manual.

LC-32/40/46LE600E/RU/S DIFFERENCES FROM BASE MODEL


LIST OF CHANGED PARTS (LC-32LE600E/RU/S)
Ref. Description No. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES KEY Unit MAIN Unit R/C, LED Unit ICON Unit POWER Unit LCD Control Unit LED5 PWB1 Unit LED5 PWB2 Unit LED8 PWB1 Unit LED8 PWB2 Unit LCD PANEL 32" LCD Panel Module Unit CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS 1 Front Cabinet Assy 1-4 Diffusion Sheet 2 Rear Cabinet Assy 2-2 Terminal Label 4 Bottom Cover Assy 5 Side Terminal Angle Assy 5-1 Side Terminal Label 8 Wire Holder 18 Connecting Cord Main-Power(LB) 19 Connecting Cord Main-Key(KM) 20 Connecting Cord Main-R/C, LED(RA) 21 Connecting Cord Main-Power(PL) 22 Connecting Cord Main-LCD Control(LW) 24 Connecting Cord Main-LCD Control(LP) 25 Connecting Cord R/C, LED-ICON(IM) 33 POP Label (except for Russia) 33 POP Label (for Russia) 35 Screw (for HDMI) N Bottom Cover N Connecting Cord Main-R/C, LED-Key(RA/KM) LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT 1 32" LCD Panel Module Unit 1-4 LCD Control Unit 1-5 Screw 1-22 32 LCD Panel 1-28 Screw N Washer Screw SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES X4 Stand Unit X5 Operation Manual (for Europe except E-Europe) X5 Operation Manual (for Sweden) X5 Operation Manual (for East Europe) X5 Operation Manual (for Russia) SERVICE JIGS (USE FOR SERVICING) Main+LCD Control-Power(LB) Main-Key(KM) Main-R/C, LED(RA) Main-R/C, LED-Key(RA/KM) R/C, LED-ICON(IM) MAIN Unit: Please refer to a Parts list. LC-32LE700E/RU/S (No. S89B4LC32L700) DUNTKE266FM18 DUNTKE306FM01 DUNTKE308FM02 DUNTKF314FM02 RUNTKA619WJQZ RUNTK4225TPZE RUNTKA595WJ01 RUNTKA595WJ02 RUNTKA598WJ01 RUNTKA598WJ02 DLCUCA001FM03 CCABAC371WJ11 PSHEPB007WJKZ CCABBB619WJ11 HINDPD390WJSA CCOVAD472WJ11 CANGKC375WJ01 HINDPD408WJSA LHLDWA289WJKZ, x3 QCNW-J915WJQZ QCNW-J977WJQZ QCNW-J976WJQZ QCNW-J898WJQZ QCNW-J894WJQZ QCNW-J897WJQZ QCNW-J916WJQZ TLABZC319WJZZ TLABZC320WJZZ XBPS730P06000, x4 DLCUCA001FM03 RUNTK4225TPZE XHPS730P06WS0, x6 R1LK315D3FZE0Y LX-HZA039WJF7, x10 CDAi-A595WJ02 TiNS-E281WJZZ TiNS-E282WJZZ TiNS-E283WJZZ TiNS-E284WJZZ QCNW-K036WJQZ QCNW-G440WJQZ QCNW-H184WJQZ QCNW-G442WJPZ LC-32LE600E/RU/S (No. S89B5LC32L600) DUNTKF111FM11 RUNTK4248TPZB DLCUCA001FM02 CCABAC371WJ12 CCABBB619WJ12 HINDPD391WJSA CANGKC375WJ02 HINDPD470WJSA LHLDWA289WJKZ, x2 QCNW-J896WJQZ QCNW-G182WJQZ QCNW-K027WJQZ QCNW-J712WJQZ TLABZC352WJZZ TLABZC353WJZZ XBPS730P06000, x3 GCOVAD472WJ1A QCNW-J892WJQZ DLCUCA001FM02 RUNTK4248TPZB XHPS730P06WS0, x4 R1LK315D3FZF0Y LX-HZA039WJF7, x8 LX-HZA064WJF7 CDAi-A584WJ02 TiNS-E285WJZZ TiNS-E286WJZZ TiNS-E287WJZZ TiNS-E288WJZZ QCNW-K037WJQZ QCNW-K039WJQZ Interchangeability D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Note Changed Abolish Changed Some parts changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish (32) Changed Abolish Abolish Changed Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish (43) Addition Addition Some parts changed Changed Abolish (64) Changed Abolish (108) Addition Changed Changed Changed Changed Changed Changed Abolish Abolish Addition Abolish

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LIST OF CHANGED PARTS (LC-40LE600E/RU/S)
Ref. Description No. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES KEY Unit MAIN Unit R/C, LED Unit ICON Unit POWER Unit LCD Control Unit LED5 PWB1 Unit LED5 PWB2 Unit LED6 PWB1 Unit LED6 PWB2 Unit LCD PANEL 40" LCD Panel Module Unit CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS 1 Front Cabinet Assy 1-2 Front Decoration Assy 1-4 Diffusion Sheet 2 Rear Cabinet Assy 2-2 Terminal Label 4 Bottom Cover Assy 5 Side Terminal Angle Assy 5-1 Side Terminal Label 18 Connecting Cord Main-Power(LB) 19 Connecting Cord Main-Key(KM) 20 Connecting Cord Main-R/C, LED(RA) 21 Connecting Cord Main-Power(PL) 22 Connecting Cord Main-LCD Control(LW) 24 Connecting Cord Main-LCD Control(LP) 25 Connecting Cord R/C, LED-ICON(IM) 33 POP Label (except for Russia) 33 POP Label (for Russia) 35 Screw (for HDMI) N Bottom Cover N Connecting Cord Main-R/C, LED-Key(RA/KM) N Wire Holder N Conductor-10x60 LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT 1 40" LCD Panel Module Unit 1-3 LCD Control Unit 1-4 Screw 1-24 40 LCD Panel 1-31 Screw N Washer Screw SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES X4 Stand Unit X5 Operation Manual (for Europe except E-Europe) X5 Operation Manual (for Sweden) X5 Operation Manual (for East Europe) X5 Operation Manual (for Russia) SERVICE JIGS (USE FOR SERVICING) Main+LCD Control-Power(LB) Main-Key(KM) Main-R/C, LED(RA) Main-R/C, LED-Key(RA/KM) R/C, LED-ICON(IM) MAIN Unit: Please refer to a Parts list. LC-40LE700E/RU/S (No. S89B4LC32L700) DUNTKE266FM18 DUNTKE306FM01 DUNTKE308FM02 DUNTKF314FM02 RUNTKA609WJQZ RUNTK4225TPZE RUNTKA595WJ01 RUNTKA595WJ02 RUNTKA596WJ01 RUNTKA596WJ02 DLCUCA002FM03 CCABAC372WJ11 CDECQB299WJ11 PSHEPB007WJKZ CCABBB618WJ11 HiNDPD390WJSA CCOVAD464WJ11 CANGKC375WJ01 HiNDPD408WJSA QCNW-J917WJQZ QCNW-J979WJQZ QCNW-J978WJQZ QCNW-G178WJQZ QCNW-J902WJQZ QCNW-J905WJQZ QCNW-J918WJQZ TLABZC319WJZZ TLABZC320WJZZ XBPS730P06000, x4 DLCUCA002FM03 RUNTK4225TPZE XHPS730P06WS0, x6 R1LK400D3FZB0Y LX-BZA213WJF7, x14 CDAi-A600WJ02 TiNS-E281WJZZ TiNS-E282WJZZ TiNS-E283WJZZ TiNS-E284WJZZ QCNW-K036WJQZ QCNW-G440WJQZ QCNW-H184WJQZ QCNW-G442WJPZ LC-40LE600E/RU/S (No. S89B5LC32L600) DUNTKF111FM11 RUNTK4248TPZA DLCUCA002FM02 CCABAC372WJ12 CDECQB299WJ12 CCABBB618WJ12 HiNDPD391WJSA CANGKC375WJ02 HiNDPD470WJSA QCNW-J904WJQZ QCNW-J906WJQZ QCNW-K029WJQZ QCNW-J801WJQZ TLABZC322WJZZ TLABZC323WJZZ XBPS730P06000, x3 GCOVAD464WJ1A QCNW-J900WJQZ LHLDW1033CE00 PSLDMB651WJZZ DLCUCA002FM02 RUNTK4248TPZA XHPS730P06WS0, x4 R1LK400D3FZC0Y LX-BZA213WJF7, x10 LX-BZA348WJF7 CDAi-A586WJ02 TiNS-E285WJZZ TiNS-E286WJZZ TiNS-E287WJZZ TiNS-E288WJZZ QCNW-K037WJQZ QCNW-K039WJQZ Interchangeability D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Note Changed Abolish Changed Some parts changed Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Changed Abolish Abolish Changed Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish (43) Addition Addition Addition Addition Some parts changed Changed Abolish (64) Changed Abolish (1410) Addition Changed Changed Changed Changed Changed Changed Abolish Abolish Addition Abolish

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LIST OF CHANGED PARTS (LC-46LE600E/RU/S)
Ref. Description No. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES KEY Unit MAIN Unit R/C, LED Unit ICON Unit POWER Unit LCD Control Unit LED5 PWB1 Unit LED5 PWB2 Unit LED6 PWB1 Unit LED6 PWB2 Unit LED8 PWB1 Unit LED8 PWB2 Unit LCD PANEL 46" LCD Panel Module Unit CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS 1 Front Cabinet Assy 1-2 Front Decoration Assy 1-4 Diffusion Sheet 2 Rear Cabinet Assy 2-2 Terminal Label 4 Bottom Cover Assy 5 Side Terminal Angle Assy 5-1 Side Terminal Label 17 Conductor-10x60 19 Connecting Cord Main-Key(KM) 20 Connecting Cord Main-Power(PL) 22 Connecting Cord Main-Power(LB) 23 Connecting Cord Main-R/C, LED(RA) 24 Connecting Cord Main-LCD Control(LW) 26 Connecting Cord Main-LCD Control(LP) 27 Connecting Cord R/C, LED-ICON(IM) 28 Connecting Cord Power(AS) 34 POP Label (except for Russia) 34 POP Label (for Russia) 36 Screw (for HDMI) N Bottom Cover N Connecting Cord Main-R/C, LED-Key(RA/KM) N Wire Holder N Ferrite Core LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT 1 46" LCD Panel Module Unit 1-3 LCD Control Unit 1-4 Screw 1-5 Connecting Cord 1-6 Ferrite Core 1-26 46 LCD Panel N Washer Screw SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES X4 Stand Unit X5 Operation Manual (for Europe except E-Europe) X5 Operation Manual (for Sweden) X5 Operation Manual (for East Europe) X5 Operation Manual (for Russia) SERVICE JIGS (USE FOR SERVICING) Main+LCD Control-Power(LB) Main-Key(KM) Main-R/C, LED(RA) Main-R/C, LED-Key(RA/KM) R/C-ICON(IM) MAIN Unit: Please refer to a Parts list. LC-46LE700E/RU/S (No. S89B4LC32L700) DUNTKE266FM18 DUNTKE306FM01 DUNTKE308FM02 DUNTKF314FM02 RUNTKA611WJQZ RUNTK4225TPZE RUNTKA595WJ01 RUNTKA595WJ02 RUNTKA596WJ01 RUNTKA596WJ02 RUNTKA598WJ01 RUNTKA598WJ02 DLCUCA003FM03 CCABAC378WJ11 CDECQB309WJ11 PSHEPB007WJKZ CCABBB617WJ11 HiNDPD390WJSA CCOVAD479WJ11 CANGKC375WJ01 HiNDPD408WJSA PSLDMB651WJZZ, x1 QCNW-J981WJQZ QCNW-J914WJQZ QCNW-J919WJQZ QCNW-J980WJQZ QCNW-J910WJQZ QCNW-J913WJQZ QCNW-J920WJQZ QCNW-J966WJQZ TLABZC319WJZZ TLABZC320WJZZ XBPS730P06000, x4 DLCUCA003FM03 RUNTK4225TPZE XHPS730P06WS0, x6 QCNW-H089WJQZ RCORFA061WJZZ R1LK460D3FZL0Y CDAi-A593WJ02 TiNS-E281WJZZ TiNS-E282WJZZ TiNS-E283WJZZ TiNS-E284WJZZ QCNW-K036WJQZ QCNW-G440WJQZ QCNW-H184WJQZ QCNW-G442WJPZ LC-46LE600E/RU/S (No. S89B5LC32L600) DUNTKF111FM11 RUNTK4248TPZZ DLCUCA003FM02 CCABAC378WJ12 CDECQB309WJ12 CCABBB617WJ12 HiNDPD391WJSA CANGKC375WJ02 HiNDPD470WJSA PSLDMB651WJZZ, x2 QCNW-H973WJQZ QCNW-J912WJQZ QCNW-K031WJQZ QCNW-J801WJQZ QCNW-K104WJQZ TLABZC322WJZZ TLABZC323WJZZ XBPS730P06000, x3 GCOVAD479WJ1A QCNW-J908WJQZ LHLDW1033CE00 RCORFA038WJZZ DLCUCA003FM02 RUNTK4248TPZZ XHPS730P06WS0, x4 QCNW-K183WJQZ R1LK460D3FZN0Y LX-HZA064WJF7 CDAi-A588WJ02 TiNS-E285WJZZ TiNS-E286WJZZ TiNS-E287WJZZ TiNS-E288WJZZ QCNW-K037WJQZ QCNW-K039WJQZ Interchangeability D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Note Changed Abolish Changed Some parts changed Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Addition (12) Abolish Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Abolish Changed Changed Changed Abolish (43) Addition Addition Addition Addition Some parts changed Changed Abolish (64) Changed Abolish Changed Addition Changed Changed Changed Changed Changed Changed Abolish Abolish Addition Abolish

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Interchangeability A: Completely interchangeable

OLD = NEW

C:

Interchangeable from NEW to OLD

NEW

OLD

B:

Interchangeable from OLD to NEW

OLD

NEW

D:

Not interchangeable

NEW X OLD