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FILE NO.

050-200611GR
(MFR’S VERSION A)

SERVICE MANUAL

42" DIGITAL PLASMA


COLOR TELEVISION
42HP66

The above model is classified as a green product (*1), as indicated by the underlined serial number.
This Service Manual describes replacement parts for the green product. When repairing this green
product, use the part(s) described in this manual and lead-free solder (*2).

For (*1) and (*2), see the next page.

DOCUMENT CREATED IN JAPAN, March, 2006 GREEN


(*1) GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT
The EC is actively promoting the WEEE & RoHS Directives that define standards for recycling
and reuse of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and for the Restriction of the use of
certain Hazardous Substances. From July 1, 2006, the RoHS Directive will prohibit any
marketing of new products containing the restricted substances.
Increasing attention is given to issues related to the global environmental. Toshiba Corporation
recognizes environmental protection as a key management tasks, and is doing its utmost to
enhance and improve the quality and scope of its environmental activities. In line with this,
Toshiba proactively promotes Green Procurement, and seeks to purchase and use products,
parts and materials that have low environmental impacts.
Green procurement of parts is not only confined to manufacture. The same green parts used in
manufacture must also be used as replacement parts.

(*2) LEAD-FREE SOLDER


This product is manufactured using lead-free solder as a part of a movement within the consumer
products industry at large to be environmentally responsible. Lead-free solder must be used in
the servicing and repair of this product.

WARNING
This product is manufactured using lead free solder.

DO NOT USE LEAD BASED SOLDER TO REPAIR THIS PRODUCT !

The melting temperature of lead-free solder is higher than that of leaded solder by 86°F to 104°F
(30°C to 40°C). Use of a soldering iron designed for lead-based solders to repair product made
with lead-free solder may result in damage to the component and or PCB being soldered. Great
care should be made to ensure high-quality soldering when servicing this product  especially
when soldering large components, through-hole pins, and on PCBs  as the level of heat
required to melt lead-free solder is high.

A1-1
SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING
1. KEEP THE NOTICES 11.When you remove the cover, do not scratch the
FPC on both ends of PDP Module.
As for the places which need special attentions,
12.Hold the four ends holder and be careful not to
they are indicated with the labels or seals on the
touch the glass area.
cabinet, chassis and parts. Make sure to keep the
13.Take care for the damage of vacuum exhaust
indications and notices in the operation manual.
pipe due to a collision.
2. AVOID AN ELECTRIC SHOCK 14.Moisture condensation may damage the PDP
There is a high voltage part inside. Avoid an Module.
electric shock while the electric current is So, leave it for 48 hours at the service room.
flowing.
5. PUT PARTS AND WIRES IN THE
3. USE THE DESIGNATED PARTS ORIGINAL POSITION AFTER
The parts in this equipment have the specific ASSEMBLING OR WIRING
characters of incombustibility and withstand There are parts which use the insulation
voltage for safety. Therefore, the part which is material such as a tube or tape for safety, or
replaced should be used the part which has which are assembled in the condition that
the same character. these do not contact with the printed board.
Especially as to the important parts for safety The inside wiring is designed not to get closer
which is indicated in the circuit diagram or the to the pyrogenic parts and high voltage parts.
table of parts as a mark, the designated Therefore, put these parts in the original
parts must be used. positions.

4. BE CAREFUL WITH THE PDP PANEL 6. PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK AFTER


1. When you handle the PDP Filter you must SERVICING
wear the gloves twice, because, you are to
Confirm that the screws, parts and wiring which
avoid soil it by your sweat and dust.
were removed in order to service are put in the
2. When you lift the PDP Filter you should hold it
original positions, or whether there are the
with the palm of your hand.
portions which are deteriorated around the
Don’t pick up it with your fingers.
serviced places serviced or not. Check the
3. The back side of PDP Filter tends to damaged.
insulation between the antenna terminal or
Since there is no coating.
external metal and the AC cord plug blades.
Therefore, it put into the packing box at the
And be sure the safety of that.
time of delivery, without piling up even at the
time of unused. (INSULATION CHECK PROCEDURE)
Also, when you take out it from a packing box, 1. Unplug the plug from the AC outlet.
be careful of the rubbing. 2. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn
4. When the surface becomes dirty, wipe it with a on the TV.
soft cloth as you draw a circle. 3. Insulation resistance between the cord plug
When it is dirty hardly, wipe it with a cloth terminals and the eternal exposure metal
ethanol infiltrated. [Note 2] should be more than 2.5M ohm by
Don’t use ethanol for the back side. using the 500V insulation resistance meter
5. Do not apply it to direct sunshine so that the [Note 1].
characteristic may change. 4. If the insulation resistance is less than 2.5M
6. When you inspect the surface (the scratch, the ohm, the inspection repair should be
dirt and the air bubble), use the fluorescent required.
light.
[Note 1]
7. When you use SCREW DRIVER and SCREW,
be careful of a metallic powder being mixed. If you have not the 500V insulation
8. Do not damage the PDP Module with a resistance meter, use a Tester.
DRIVER. [Note 2]
9. Do Handling with the PDP Module by 2 External exposure metal: Antenna terminal
persons. Screw
10.There is a step difference between the cover 21pin jack
and PDP Module. Side RCA jack
So, when you remove the screws, place a Rrar RCA jack
cushion on it so that the PDP Module is not Headphone jack
being scratched.
Then remove the screws carefully.

A1-2
HOW TO ORDER PARTS
Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the VERSION LETTER.)
1. MODEL NUMBER and VERSION LETTER
The MODEL NUMBER can be found on the back of each product and the VERSION LETTER can be
found at the end of the SERIAL NUMBER.
2. PART NO. and DESCRIPTION
You can find it in your SERVICE MANUAL.

IMPORTANT
When you exchange IC and Transistor with a heat sink, apply silicon grease (YG6260M) on the contact
section of the heat sink. Before applying new silicon grease, remove all the old silicon grease.
(Old grease may cause damage to the IC and Transistor).

PANEL LOCK
To unlock the Password of Panel Lock, please follow the steps below.
1. Turn Unit ON.
2. Press and hold the ‘VOLUME DOWN’ key on the front panel for more than 10 seconds.
3. The Panel Lock has now been cleared.

A1-3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT ........................................................................................ A1-1
LEAD-FREE SOLDER ................................................................................................................ A1-1
SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING ..................................................................................... A1-2
HOW TO ORDER PARTS .......................................................................................................... A1-3
IMPORTANT ............................................................................................................................... A1-3
PANEL LOCK .............................................................................................................................. A1-3
TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................. A2-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................... A3-1~A3-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1.EXCHANGE METHOD OF PDP MODULE ........................................................................... B1-1~B1-8
2. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC .................................................. B2-1, B2-2
SERVICE MODE LIST ................................................................................................................ C-1
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC .......................................................................... C-2
RE-WRITE FOR DIGITAL SOFT FIRMWARE ........................................................................... C-3
FUNCTION OF PCB .................................................................................................................... C-4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................................................. D-1~D-5
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ................................................................................................... E-1~E-7
BLOCK DIAGRAM
SCALER/LVDS/MICON/ADC/JACK/AV SWITCH1/REGULATOR ......................................... F-1, F-2
AV SWITCH2/STEREO/SOUND AMP .................................................................................... F-3, F-4
TUNER/DIGITAL/POWER ....................................................................................................... F-5, F-6
INTERFACE ............................................................................................................................. F-7, F-8
MICON2 ................................................................................................................................... F-9, F-10
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
AV/REMOCON ........................................................................................................................ G-1~G-4
SCALER ................................................................................................................................... G-5~G-8
DIGITAL ................................................................................................................................... G-9, G-10
OPERATION/SIDE JACK/FILTER .......................................................................................... G-11, G-12
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
AV SWITCH2 ........................................................................................................................... H-1, H-2
TUNER/OUT JACK .................................................................................................................. H-3, H-4
AV JACK .................................................................................................................................. H-5, H-6
STEREO .................................................................................................................................. H-7, H-8
SOUND AMP/HEADPHONE AMP .......................................................................................... H-9, H-10
POWER ................................................................................................................................... H-11, H-12
AV JACK2 ................................................................................................................................ H-13, H-14
IR PASS ................................................................................................................................... H-15, H-16
TUNER ..................................................................................................................................... H-17, H-18
MICON ..................................................................................................................................... H-19, H-20
SCALER ................................................................................................................................... H-21, H-22
ADC1 ........................................................................................................................................ H-23, H-24
ADC2 ........................................................................................................................................ H-25, H-26
LVDS ........................................................................................................................................ H-27, H-28
JACK ........................................................................................................................................ H-29, H-30
AV SWITCH1 ........................................................................................................................... H-31, H-32
REGULATOR ........................................................................................................................... H-33, H-34
INTERFACE_HDMI IC ............................................................................................................ H-35, H-36
HDMI MICON2 ......................................................................................................................... H-37, H-38
ASIC ......................................................................................................................................... H-39, H-40
SDRAM .................................................................................................................................... H-41, H-42
FLASH ..................................................................................................................................... H-43, H-44
FRONT END ............................................................................................................................ H-45, H-46
AV OUT .................................................................................................................................... H-47, H-48
POWER2 ................................................................................................................................. H-49, H-50
OPERATION/SIDE JACK/FILTER .......................................................................................... H-51, H-52
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................................... H-53, H-54
WAVEFORMS ............................................................................................................................. I-1~I-3
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................................................... J-1~J-3
MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ......................................................................... K1-1~K1-3
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................... K2-1~K2-8

A2-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-1 TV PDP PDP Size / Visual Size 42.32 inch / 1074.9 mmV
System Number of Pixels(H x V) 1024(H) x 768(V)
Color System NTSC
Speaker 4 Speaker
Position Front
Main Size 2.2 x 5.0 inch
Impedance 4 ohm
Tweeter Size 2.0 inch
Impedance 8 ohm
Sound Output MAX 10W + 10W
10%(Typical) ---
US System
G-2 Tuning Broadcasting System Analog
M
System Digital ATSC(8VSB)/QAM
Tuner and System 1Tuner
Receive CH Destination USA(W/ CABLE)
CH Coverage 2 - 69, 4A, A-5 - A-1,
A - I, J - W, W+1 - W+84
Intermediate Digital 44.00MHz
Frequency Analog Picture(FP) 45.75MHz
Sound(FS) 41.25MHz
FP-FS 4.50MHz
Preset CH No
Stereo/Dual TV Sound US-Stereo
Tuner Sound Muting Yes
G-3 Signal Video Signal Input Level 1 V p-p/75 ohm
Output Level 1 V p-p/75 ohm
S/N Ratio (Weighted) --
Horizontal Resolution at DVD Mode --
--
RGB Signal Output Level --
Audio Signal Input Level -8.0dBm/50k ohm
Output Level at DVD --
at TV -8 dBm/1k ohm (0dBm=0.775Vrms)
0-600mV /1k ohm (Variable out mode)
Digital Output Level 0.5 V p-p/75 ohm
S/N Ratio at DVD (Weighted) --
Harmonic Distortion 0.02% (1KHz)
Frequency Response : at DVD --
at Video CD --
at SVCD --
at CD --
G-4 Power Power Source AC 120V AC 60Hz
DC ---
Power Consumption at AC 360 W at AC 120 V 60 Hz
at DC --
Stand by (at AC) 1 W at AC 120 V 60 Hz
Per Year -- kWh/Year
Energy Star Yes
Protector Power Fuse Yes
Safety Circuit Yes
IC Protector(Micro Fuse) No
G-5 Regulation Safety UL/CSA
Radiation FCC/IC
X-Radiation ---
G-6 Temperature Operation +/-0oC ~ +40oC
Storage -20oC ~ +60oC
G-7 Operating Humidity Less than 80% RH
G-8 Clock and Clock Yes
Timer Sleep Timer Max Time 120 Min
Step 10 Min
On Timer Program Yes
Off Timer Program No
Game Timer Yes
Wake Up Timer No
Timer Back-up (at Power Off Mode) more than -- Min Sec

A3-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-9 Remote Unit RC-KK
Control Glow in Dark Remocon Yes
Remocon Format TOSHIBA
Format TOSHIBA
Custom Code 40-BF h
Power Source Voltage(D.C) 3V
UM size x pcs UM-4 x 2 pcs
Total Keys 44
Keys Power Yes
Input Yes
Display Yes
Mute Yes
1 Yes
2 Yes
3 Yes
4 Yes
5 Yes
6 Yes
7 Yes
8 Yes
9 Yes
0 Yes
100 / +10 Yes
CH Return / Ent Yes
CH + Yes
CH - Yes
VOL + Yes
VOL - Yes
SLEEP Yes
Picture Size Yes
UP Yes
LEFT / FAV - Yes
MENU/ENTER/DVD MENU Yes
RIGHT / FAV + Yes
DOWN Yes
EXIT Yes
Multi Brand Keys TV Yes
CBL/SAT Yes
VCR Yes
DVD Yes
ENTER Yes
PAUSE Yes
PLAY Yes
STOP Yes
REW Yes
FF Yes
SKIP/SEARCH|<< Yes
SKIP/SEARCH>>| Yes
TOP MENU Yes
REC Yes
CLEAR Yes
TV/VCR Yes

A3-2
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-10 Features Auto Shut Off Yes
Power On Memory Yes
Auto Search No
DNR Yes
3D
Comb Filter Yes
3D
Just Clock Function No
Game Position No
Auto Setup(Language/CH Program) Yes
Picture Setting(TV) Yes
Mode(Picture Preference) Yes
Brightness , Contrast , Color Yes
Tint Yes
Sharpness Yes
Color Temperature Yes
Cable Clear Yes
Picture Setting(PC) Yes
BRIGHTNESS , CONTRAST Yes
HOR POSITION , VER POSITION Yes
PHASE , CLOCK Yes
AUTO ADJUST No
RED , GREEN , BLUE Yes
Audio MTS Yes
Tone Control (Bass/Treble/Balance) Yes
Stable Sound Yes
Surround No
BBE No
SRS WOW (SRS 3D/Focus/Tru Bass) Yes
Valiable Audio Out Yes
Tuning CH Program Yes
TV/Cable Yes
ADD/ERASE Yes
Screen Saver Inversion(Reverse) Yes
Full White(White) Yes
Screen Saver(Picture Shift) Yes
Side Panel Color Yes
Label CH Label Yes
Video Label Yes
Favorite CH Yes
V-Chip Yes
RRT Setup No
Lock Hotel Lock No
Channel Lock Yes
Video Lock Yes
Panel Lock Yes
OSD Language English
French
Closed Caption Yes
CC Advanced Yes
Picture Size Yes
Picture Scroll Yes
Aspect Yes
Backlight No
PFC(Power Factor circuit) Yes
Freeze frame No
PIP/POP No
Digital Out Dolby Digital Yes
MPEG No
PCM Yes
DTS No
PC Monitor Input Yes
VGA (640x480) Yes (60Hz)
VGA (720x400) No
WVGA (848x480) Yes (60Hz)
SVGA (800x600) Yes (60Hz)
XGA (1024x768) Yes (60Hz)
WXGA (1280x768) Yes (60Hz)
WXGA (1280x720) Yes (60Hz)
WXGA (1360x768) Yes (60Hz)
SXGA (1280x1024) No

A3-3
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
HDMI Input Yes
VGA (640×480) Yes (60Hz)
720x480i (4:3) Yes (60Hz)
720x480i (16:9) Yes (60Hz)
720x480p (4:3) Yes (60Hz)
720x480p (16:9) Yes (60Hz)
720x576i (4:3) No
720x576i (16:9) No
720x576p (4:3) No
720x576p (16:9) No
1280x720p Yes (60Hz)
1920x1080i Yes (60Hz)
Component Input Yes
720x480i (4:3) Yes (60Hz)
720x480i (16:9) Yes (60Hz)
720x480p (4:3) Yes (60Hz)
720x480p (16:9) Yes (60Hz)
720x576i (4:3) No
720x576i (16:9) No
720x576p (4:3) No
720x576p (16:9) No
1280x720p Yes (60Hz)
1920x1080i Yes (60Hz)
G-11 Accessories Owner's Manual Language English / French / Spanish
w/Guarantee Card Yes
Remote Control Unit Yes
Rod Antenna No
Poles -
Terminal -
Loop Antenna (W/ Antenna Change Plug) No
Terminal -
U/V Mixer No
DC Car Cord (Center+) No
Guarantee Card No
Warning Sheet No
Circuit Diagram No
Antenna Change Plug No
Service Facility List No
Important Safeguard No
Dew/AHC Caution Sheet No
Quick Set-up Sheet No
Battery Yes
UM size x pcs UM-4 x 2 pcs
OEM Brand No
AC Adapter No
AC Cord (for AC Adapter) No
AC Cord Yes
AV Cord (2Pin-1Pin) No
HDMI-DVI Cable No
Registration Card Yes
300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter No
Information Sheet Yes
Information Sheet(for IMPORTANT NOTICE) Yes
Information Sheet(for PICTURE SHIFT) Yes

A3-4
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-12 Interface Switch Power (Tact) Yes
System Select No
Main Power SW No
Channel Up/Menu Up Yes
Channel Down/Menu Down Yes
Volume Up/Menu > Yes
Volume Down/Menu < Yes
Input Select Yes
Menu No
Main Power SW No
Indicator Power / Stand-by Yes(GREEN / RED)
On Timer No
Terminals Rear Video Input 1 RCA x 1
Audio Input RCA x 2(L/MONO, R)
S- Input Yes
Video Input 2 RCA x 1
Audio Input RCA x 2(L/MONO, R)
S- Input Yes
Video Output RCA x 1
Audio Output RCA x 2(Variable L, R)
Component In 1 RCA x 3
Audio Input (Component In use) RCA x 2(L/MONO, R)
Component In 2 RCA x 3
Audio Input (Component In use) RCA x 2(L/MONO, R)
Other Terminal No
Euro Scart (21Pin) No
PC Monitor Input (D-Sub) Yes
Audio Input RCA x 2(L/MONO, R)
HDMI Input 1 Yes
Audio Input(DVI 1) PC Monitor Audio Input Alternative
HDMI Input 2 Yes
Audio Input(DVI 2) Mini Pin Jack(3.5), STEREO
Sub Woofer Out No
Diversity No
Digital Audio Out (Coaxial) Yes
Digital Audio Out (Optical) Yes
IR Pass Through Yes
Ext Speaker No
DC Jack 12V(Center +) No
VHF/UHF Antenna Input(Digital/Analog) F Type
AC Inlet Yes
Side Video Input 3 RCA x 1
Audio Input RCA x2(L/MONO,R)
S- Input Yes
Other Terminal No
G-13 Set Size Approx. W x D x H (mm) 1,070 x 350 x 779.5
G-14 Weight Net Approx. 38.4kg (84.7 lbs)
Gross Approx. 45.4kg (100.1 lbs)
G-15 Carton Master Carton No
Content --- Sets
Material --- / ---
Dimensions W x D x H(mm) ---
Description of Origin ---
Gift Box Material Double/Brown
Dimensions W x D x H(mm) 1,180 x 440 x 895
Design As per Buyer's
Description of Origin Yes
Natural Dropping At 1 Corner / 2 Edges /
Drop Test
4 Surfaces
Height (cm) 50(ORION SPEC:31)
Container Stuffing 100 Sets/40' container
G-16 Material Cabinet Cabinet Front ABS 94V0 Non-DECABROM
Cabinet Rear Steel
PCB Non-Halogen No
Eyelet Yes
G-17 Environment Environmental standard requirement Green procurement of TOSHIBA
Pb-free Phase3(Pha

A3-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. EXCHANGE METHOD OF PDP MODULE
NOTE
1. Do handling with the PDP Module by 2 persons.

REMOVAL METHOD OF PDP MODULE


1-1: CABINET BACK/COVER BACK
1. Remove the screw.
2. Remove the Cabinet Back and Cover Back.
Cabinet Back

Cover Back

1-2: STAND ASS'Y


1. Spread a sheet on the plane table and place the PDP Module carefully with the panel face down.
2. Remove the screw.
3. Remove the Stand Ass'y.

Stand Ass'y

B1-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-3: CHASSIS BLOCK
1. Disconnect the connector.
2. Remove the screw.
3. Remove the Chassis Ass'y.
Chassis Ass'y

1-4: PDP MODULE


1. Remove the screw.
2. Remove the Side Jack.
3. Hold the Frame Main carefully and remove the PDP Module.
NOTE
1. When removing the PDP Module, raise the cushion carefully so that you do not scratch the face.

Raise the cushion.

PDP Module

Frame Main Frame Main

Side Jack
B1-2
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-5: PDP FILTER
1. Remove the screw.
2. Remove the Shield Main.
3. Remove the PDP Filter.

Shield Main Top

PDP Filter
Shield Main L Shield Main R

Shield Main Bottom

B1-3
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION METHOD OF PDP MODULE
NOTES FOR NEW PDP FILTER HANDLING
1. When you handle the PDP Filter, you must wear gloves to avoid soiling it with sweat and dust.
2. When you lift the PDP Filter, use the palm of your hand. Don’t pick it up with your fingers.
3. The back side of the PDP Filter tends to get damaged, since there is no coating. Therefore, it needs to be put into the
packing box at the time of delivery, even if it is not being used at the time. Also, when you take it out of the packing box, be
careful not to rub the appearance.
4. When the surface becomes dirty, use a cloth which is soft and dust free and wipe it in a circular motion.
When very dirty, lightly use alcohol on the cloth to wipe. Do not use alcohol for the back side.
5. Do not apply it to direct sunlight, the characteristics may change.
6. When you inspect for scratches and dirt, use a light to check for air bubbles on the PDP Filter surface.

1-6: PDP FILTER (PREPARATION)


1. Fix the cushion. (Order the cushion new.)
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B1-4
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTES FOR NEW PDP MODULE HANDLING
1. Handle the PDP Module with 2 people.
2. There is a step difference between the cover and the PDP Module, so when you remove the screws, place a cushion on it
to keep the PDP Module from being scratched. Then remove the screws carefully.
3. When you remove the cover, do not scratch the FPC on both ends of PDP Module.
4. Hold all four ends of the holder and be careful not to touch the glass area.
5. Be careful not to damage the vacuum exhaust pipe.
6. Moisture condensation may damage the PDP Module, so leave it in the service room for 48 hours.
7. Reuse the cover, vinyl sheet and screws when returning the PDP Module.

Vacuum Exhaust Pipe

FPC

B1-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-7: PDP MODULE (PREPARATION)
1. Remove the fixing screw of Power PCB. Then fix the Wiring Clip. (Use the clips on defective PDP Module)
2. Fix the Cord Clip. (Use the clips on defective PDP Module)
3. Fix the Wiring Clip. (Use the clips on defective PDP Module)
Wiring Clip

45˚

Cord Clip
Cord Clip
Set SW501 (24V)

B1-6
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-8: PDP MODULE
1. Assemble the Frame Main. (Use the clips on defective PDP Module)
2. Install the PDP Filter on the set.
3. Install the Shield Main on the set.
4. Hold the Frame Main carefully and install the New PDP Module on the set.
5. Install the Side Jack on the set.

[NG]

Do not smash the cusion. (For all 2 positions)

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B1-7
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-9: CHASSIS BLOCK
1. Do the wire fixing as shown in the photo, then install the Chassis Ass'y.
2. Install the Stand Ass'y.

Earth wire of AC Inlet.

Sheet Earth Mark

Band Cord Clamp Earth wire


Band Cord Clamp

1-10: CABINET BACK/COVER BACK


1. Check if the wire handlings are correct.
2. Check if the cushion positions are correct.
3. Check if the tape positions are correct.
4. Install the Cabinet Back and Cover Back.

B1-8
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF 3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily after
desoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC using a
FLAT PACKAGE IC tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the IC
desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 2-3.)
REMOVAL
NOTE
1. Put Masking Tape (cotton tape) around the Flat Package
Some ICs on the PCB are affixed with glue, so be
IC to protect other parts from any damage. careful not to break or damage the foil of each IC leads
(Refer to Fig. 2-1.) or solder lands under the IC when removing it.
NOTE
Masking is carried out on all the parts located within 10 Blower type IC
mm distance from IC leads. desoldering
machine

Masking Tape IC
(Cotton Tape)

Tweezers

Fig. 2-1
IC
Fig. 2-3
2. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desoldering
machine. (Refer to Fig. 2-2.)
4. Peel off the Masking Tape.
NOTE
Do not rotate or move the IC back and forth , until IC 5. Absorb the solder left on the pattern using the Braided
can move back and forth easily after desoldering the Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 2-4.)
leads completely. NOTE
Do not move the Braided Shield Wire in the vertical
direction towards the IC pattern.
Blower type IC
desoldering machine

Braided Shield Wire

Soldering Iron

IC
IC pattern
Fig. 2-2 Fig. 2-4

B2-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION 4. When bridge-soldering between terminals and/or the
soldering amount are not enough, resolder using a Thin-tip
1. Take care of the polarity of new IC and then install the new Soldering Iron. (Refer to Fig. 2-8.)
IC fitting on the printed circuit pattern. Then solder each
lead on the diagonal positions of IC temporarily.
(Refer to Fig. 2-5.)
Thin-tip Soldering Iron IC

Soldering Iron

Fig. 2-8

5. Finally, confirm the soldering status on four sides of the IC


Solder temporarily Solder temporarily
using a magnifying glass.
Confirm that no abnormality is found on the soldering
Fig. 2-5 position and installation position of the parts around the IC.
If some abnormality is found, correct by resoldering.
2. Supply the solder from the upper position of IC leads NOTE
sliding to the lower position of the IC leads.
When the IC leads are bent during soldering and/or
(Refer to Fig. 2-6.)
repairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If the
bending of leads are repaired, the pattern may be
damaged. So, always be sure to replace the IC in this
case.

Solder Soldering Iron

IC Supply soldering
from upper position
to lower position

Fig. 2-6

3. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the Braided Shield
Wire. (Refer to Fig. 2-7.)
NOTE
Do not absorb the solder to excess.

Soldering Iron
IC

Braided Shield Wire

Fig. 2-7

B2-2
SERVICE MODE LIST
This unit is provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily.

To enter to the SERVICE MODE function, press and hold both buttons simultaneously on the main unit and on the remote
control for more than the standard time in the appropriate condition. (See below chart.)

Set Remocon Standard


Set Key Operations
Condition Key Time

VOL. DOWN
TV mode 0 2 sec. Releasing of V-CHIP PASSWORD.
(Minimum)

Initialization of factory TV data.


VOL. DOWN NOTE: If you set factory initialization, the memories are reset
TV mode 1 2 sec.
(Minimum) such as the channel setting, and the POWER ON total
hours.

VOL. DOWN Can be checked of the INITIAL DATA of MEMORY IC.


TV mode 6 2 sec.
(Minimum) Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC".

Check of the SUM DATA, POWER ON total hours, MICON


VOL. DOWN
ALL mode 8 2 sec. VERSION and DIGITAL TV MICON FIRMWARE on the screen.
(Minimum)
Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC".

Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen.


VOL. DOWN
ALL mode 9 2 sec. Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen Display
(Minimum)
Adjustment).

C-1
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC
CONFIRMATION OF CHECK SUM, POWER ON TOTAL HOURS, MICON VERSION AND
DIGITAL TV MICON FIRMWARE
Initial total of MEMORY IC, POWER ON total hours, MICON VERSION and Digital TV MICON Firmware can be checked on
the screen. Total hours are displayed in 16 system of notation.
NOTE: If you set a factory initialization, the total hours is reset to "0".
Please refer to "CONFIRMATION OF INITIAL DATA" when SUM DATA is not corresponding.

1. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode.


2. Set the VOLUME to minimum.
3. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel
INIT : 6082 Initial setting data check sum.
button (8) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds. VOLUME : 2E25 VOLUME CURVE data check sum.
4. After the confirmation of each check sum, POWER ON ROM : 0000 Rom correction data check sum.
total hours, MICON VERSION and Digital TV MICON ADC : BFDE AD CONVERTER data check sum.
Firmware, turn off the power. DVP1 : EE40 *1 SCALER data check sum.
DVP2 : D172
*1 DVP1 is different according to each set. PICENH : 5626 DV1000 data check sum.
PDP ON :0001 POWER ON total hours.
= (16 x 16 x 16 x thousands digit value)
MICON Version OEC7147A_079 + (16 x 16 x hundreds digit value)
+ (16 x tens digit value)
+ (ones digit value)

CONFIRMATION OF INITIAL DATA


If a service repair is undertaken where it has been required to change the MEMORY IC, the following steps should be taken to
ensure correct data settings while making reference to INITIAL SETTING TABLE (Attached "INITIAL DATA").

1. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode.


2. Set the VOLUME to minimum.
3. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 2.

ADDRESS DATA

INIT 0000 B4
PDP ON 0001
OEC7147A_079
DTV d-l62155
INIT :0000
ROM : 0000
VOLUME : 2E25

FIG. 2

4. ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the UP/DOWN buton on the remote, step through the ADDRESS
until required ADDRESS to be changed is reached.
5. Press RIGHT/LEFT button to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink".
6. Again, step through the DATA using UP/DOWN button until required DATA value has been selected.
7. Pressing RIGHT/LEFT button will take you back to ADDRESS for further selection if necessary.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 6 until all data has been checked.
9. When satisfied correct DATA has been entered, turn POWER off (return to STANDBY MODE) to finish DATA input.

After the data input, set to the initializing of shipping.


10. Turn POWER on.
11. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (1) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
12. After the finishing of the initializing of shipping, the unit will turn off automatically.
The unit will now have the correct DATA for the new MEMORY IC.

C-2
RE-WRITE FOR DIGITAL SOFT FIRMWARE
JG176 USA HD DTV ROM
DISC

Ref. No. Part No. Parts Name Remarks


USA HD DTV ROM
JG176 APJG176095 Up-Date of the Firmware
DISC

NOTE: The operating manual for Re-writing is included in USA HD DTV ROM DISC (JG176).

Prepare the following tools for Up-Date of the Firmware.


1 Computer of WINDOWS2000
2 USB Flash Memory (Use only SanDisk Cruzer Mini USB Flash Drive 256Mb)

SET (REAR)

USB CONNECTOR

C-3
FUNCTION OF PCB

Y SUS 42 SANKEN PSU

TDRV TOP
POWER

Z SUS

YDRV BOT

XRLT XRRT

CTRL

42 SANKEN PSU : A supplier which supplies voltage and current to each PCB and Panel.
Y SUS : According to the timing provided from Panel Control, switches FETs and
generates driving waveform signal which is provided to Y electrode through
Scan Driver IC of TDRV TOP and TDRV BOT.
Z SUS : According to the timing provided from Panel Control, switches FETs and
generates driving waveform signal which is provided to Z electrode through
Connector.
CTRL : Controls Y electrode, Z electrode, and ADDRESS electrode.
XRLT : Generates Address electrode and supplies to Address electrode by Driver IC.
XRRT : Generates Address electrode and supplies to Address electrode by Driver IC.
TDRV TOP : Generates Scan electrode and supplies to Y electrode by Driver IC.
TDRV BOT : Generates Scan electrode and supplies to Y electrode by Driver IC.

C-4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE NO. FUNCTION NO. FUNCTION
Read and perform these adjustments when repairing the 01 H POSI OSD 19 B DRIVE (W)
02 V POSI OSD 20 B CUT OFF (W)
circuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies.
03 R DRIVE (N) 22 H POSI 60Hz
CAUTION 04 R CUT OFF (N) 24 V POSI 60Hz
05 G DRIVE (N) 28 BRIGHT CENT
• Use an isolation transformer when performing any 06 G CUT OFF (N) 29 BRIGHT MAX
service on this chassis. 07 B DRIVE (N) 30 BRIGHT MIN
• When removing a PCB or related component, after 08 B CUT OFF (N) 31 TINT
unfastening or changing a wire, be sure to put the wire 09 R DRIVE (C) 35 CONTRAST CENTER
back in its original position. 10 R CUT OFF (C) 36 CONTRAST MAX
• When you exchange IC and Transistor with a heat sink, 11 G DRIVE (C) 37 CONTRAST MIN
12 G CUT OFF (C) 38 COLOR CENT
apply silicon grease (YG6260M) on the contact section of
13 B DRIVE (C) 39 COLOR MAX
the heat sink. Before applying new silicon grease, 14 B CUT OFF (C) 40 COLOR MIN
remove all the old silicon grease. (Old grease may cause 15 R DRIVE (W)
damage to the IC and Transistor). 16 R CUT OFF (W)
17 G DRIVE (W)
Prepare the following measurement tools for electrical 18 G CUT OFF (W)
adjustments. Fig. 2-2
1. Pattern Generator
2-1: CONTRAST MAX
2. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. (VIDEO Input)
2. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the
On-Screen Display Adjustment AV mode.
1. Set the VOLUME to minimum. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 2-1 and press
2. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the the channel button (36) on the remote control to select
channel button (9) on the remote control for more than "CONTRAST MAX".
2 seconds to display adjustment mode on the screen as 4. Press the VOL UP/DOWN button on the remote control
shown in Fig. 2-1. until the contrast step No. becomes "155".
5. Check if the picture is normal.
6. Receive the monoscope pattern. (RF Input)
7. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the
TV mode.
TV
AUTO 8. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 2-1 and press
the channel button (36) on the remote control to select
"CONTRAST MAX".
9. Press the VOL UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the contrast step No. becomes "145".
10. Check if the picture is normal.
01 H POSI OSD 90
11. Receive the digital broadcast. (RF Input)
12. Perform the above adjustments 3 and 5.
13. Playback the DVD(480i) disc. (COMPONENT Input)
Fig. 2-1 14. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the
YUV mode.
3. Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button 15. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 2-1 and press
(0-9) on the remote control to select the options shown the channel button (36) on the remote control to select
in Fig. 2-2. "CONTRAST MAX".
4. Press the MENU button on the remote control to end 16. Press the VOL UP/DOWN button on the remote control
the adjustments. until the contrast step No. becomes "162".
5. To display the adjustment screen for AV, YUV, HDMI 17. Check if the picture is normal.
and PC mode, press the INPUT button on the remote 18. Playback the DVD(480i) disc. (HDMI Input)
control to set to the AV, YUV, HDMI and PC mode. 19. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the
Press the VOL.DOWN button on the set and the HDMI mode.
channel (9) on the remote control for more than 2 20. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 2-1 and press
seconds. the channel button (36) on the remote control to select
"CONTRAST MAX".
21. Press the VOL UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the contrast step No. becomes "130".
22. Check if the picture is normal.

D-1
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-2: WHITE BALANCE
1. Place the set in Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.
2. Receive the gray scale pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
3. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to
the AV mode.
4. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
to normal position.
5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 2-1 and
press the channel button (03) on the remote control to
select “R DRIVE (N)”.
6. Press the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control to
select the “R CUTOFF (N)”, “B.DRIVE(N)”, “B CUTOFF
(N)”, “R DRIVE (C)”, “R CUTOFF (C)”, “B.DRIVE(C)”, “B
CUTOFF (C)”, “R DRIVE (W)”, “R CUTOFF (W)”,
“B.DRIVE(W)”and “B CUTOFF (W)”.
7. Adjust the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to whiten the R CUTOFF (N), B.DRIVE(N), B CUTOFF
(N), R DRIVE (C), R CUTOFF (C), B.DRIVE(C), B
CUTOFF (C), R DRIVE (W), R CUTOFF (W),
B.DRIVE(W) and B CUTOFF (W) at each step tone
sections equally.
8. Perform the above adjustments 6 and 7 until the white
color is looked like a white.

2-3: BRIGHT CENT


1. Receive the monoscope pattern. (VIDEO Input)
2. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to
the AV mode.
3. Set the screen mode to FULL.
4. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
to normal position.
5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 2-1 and
press the channel button (28) on the remote control to
select "BRIGHT CENT".
6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the white 8.1% is starting to be visible.
7. Receive the monoscope pattern. (RF Input)
8. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to
the TV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 4~6.
9. Receive the digital broadcast. (RF Input)
10. Perform the above adjustments 4~6.
11. Playback the DVD(480i) disc. (COMPONENT Input)
12. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to
the YUV mode. Then perform the above adjustments
4~6.
13. Playback the DVD(480i) disc. (HDMI Input)
14. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to
the HDMI mode. Then perform the above adjustments
4~6.

D-2
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

2-4: Confirmation of Fixed Value (Step No.)

Please check if the fixed values of each the adjustment items are set correctly referring below. (TV/AV/YUV/HDMI/PC/DTV)

YUV HD-MI PC
TV AV VGA SVGA XGA WXGA WVGA WXGA DTV
480i 480p 720p 1080i 480i 480p 720p 1080i 60*480 800*600 1024*768 1280*768 1280*720 848*480 1360*768
NO. FUNCTION Step No.
1 H POSI OSD 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180
2 V POSI OSD 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 133
3 R DRIVE (N) 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 133
4 R CUT OFF (N) 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 129
5 G DRIVE (N) 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 128
6 G CUT OFF (N) 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 128
7 B DRIVE (N) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 116
8 B CUT OFF (N) 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 135
9 R DRIVE (C) 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 123
10 R CUT OFF (C) 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 130
11 G DRIVE (C) 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 128
12 G CUT OFF (C) 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 128
13 B DRIVE (C) 124 124 124 124 124 124 124 124 124 124 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 124
14 B CUT OFF (C) 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 134
15 R DRIVE (W) 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 135
16 R CUT OFF (W) 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 129 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 129
17 G DRIVE (W) 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 128
18 G CUT OFF (W) 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 128
19 B DRIVE (W) 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 107
20 B CUT OFF (W) 137 137 137 137 137 137 137 137 137 137 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 137
22 H POSI 60Hz 282 282 282 142 312 260 278 140 268 218 47 214 158 190 189 110 365 294
24 V POSI 60Hz 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 22 22 22 20 20 22 20 24
28 BRIGHT CENT 107 107 107 115 115 115 95 95 95 95 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 115
29 BRIGHT MAX 185 185 185 185 185 185 185 185 185 185 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 185
30 BRIGHT MIN 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 60
31 TINT 117 121 121 126 126 126 123 123 123 123 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 137
35 CONTRAST CENTER 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 128
36 CONTRAST MAX 145 155 162 155 155 155 130 130 130 130 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 155
37 CONTRAST MIN 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 70
38 COLOR CENT 80 88 106 56 56 56 78 78 78 78 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 60
39 COLOR MAX 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 180
40 COLOR MIN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 0

D-3 D-4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE (WIRING CONNECTION)

PDP PANEL

CP3201
CP3804
CP3802

CP3801 CP3803 CP4202 CP2200


CP7202
SPEAKER
CP3807
DIGITAL PCB

CP4204 CP4203

CP3602
CD4203 CP802
SPEAKER
CP301 CP303

CP4201
CP803
CD4204
TU5801

J4301

CP3603
CP3601

J3601
CP901
J4201

CP4302
J2275

J4202
J4205 J4211 J4204

SCALER PCB
AV PCB

SIDE JACK PCB


CP2251

J4209
REMOCON PCB
CP4200

J4208

J4207

J4206

CP2203

CP3900
CP3901
OPERATION PCB

FILTER PCB

CD3810
AC IN

D-5
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

POWER DOES NOT TURN ON

YES
IS F3900 BROKEN ? CHANGE F3900.

NO

IS THERE VOLTAGE NO CHECK CP3201 AND


AT PIN 11 OF CP3201
CP3804.
5V ?

YES

IS THERE VOLTAGE NO CHECK IC3804 AND


AT PIN 2 OF IC3804 PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.
AT3.3V ? OR CHANGE AV PCB.

YES

CHANGE SCALER PCB.

E-1
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

THE PICTURE DOES NOT


APPEAR (1).

NO
IS CD3201 CONNECTED ? CONNECT CP3201.

YES

NO
IS CD7204 CONNECTED ? CONNECT CD7202.

YES

IS THERE SIGNAL NO
CHANGE IC7202.
AT IC7202 ?

YES

CHECK IC801.
OR CHANGE SCALER PCB.

E-2
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

THE PICTURE DOES NOT


APPEAR (2).

IS THERE SIGNAL NO CHECK IC4201 AND


AT IC4201 ? PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.

YES

NO CONNECT CD4203.
IS CD4203 CONNECTED
CHECK IC4201 AND
AND IS THERE SIGNAL ?
PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.

YES

CHECK IC801 AND


PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.

E-3
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

THE PICTURE APPEARS, BUT


THE AUDIO DOES NOT
APPEAR.

IS CD301 AND CD303 NO


CONNECT CD301 AND CD303.
CONNECTED ?

YES

IS THERE SIGNAL YES


CHANGE SP301 AND SP302.
CD301 AND CD303 ?

NO

IS THERE SIGNAL YES


CHECK IC301 AND
AT PINS 11 AND 15 PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.
OF IC301 ?

NO

IS THERE SIGNAL NO CHECK IC904 AND


AT PINS 27 AND 28
PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.
OF IC904 ?

YES

CHANGE AV PCB.

E-4
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

THE STOP PICTURE


"PLEASE WAIT".

NO
IS CD3806 CONNECTED ? CONNECT CD3806.

YES

IS DIGITAL PCB NO
CONNECT DIGITAL PCB.
CONNECTED ?

YES

IS THERE VOLTAGE NO CHECK Q512, IC509 AND


AT PINS 1 AND 2 OF PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.
CD3806 5V ?

YES

CHANGE DIGITAL PCB.

E-5
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

THE COLOR DOES NOT


APPEAR.

IS SETTING OF NO CHANGE THE SETTING OF


COLOR NORMAL ? COLOR.

YES

IS THE COLOR NO
RECEIVE THE COLOR SIGNAL.
SIGNAL RECEIVED ?

YES

IS THERE SIGNAL NO CHECK IC801 AND


AT IC801 ? PERIPHERAL CIRUCUIT.

YES

IS THERE SIGNAL NO CHECK IC2101 AND


AT IC2101 ? PERIPHERAL CIRUCUIT.

YES

CHANGE SCALER PCB.

E-6
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

ON SCREEN DISPLAY DOES


NOT APPEAR.

IS THERE SIGNAL AT NO CHECK IC101 AND


PINS 2, 3, 4 AND 5 OF
PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.
IC101 ?

YES

IS THE COLOR SIGNAL NO CHECK IC801AND


AT PINS 57, 58, 59 AND PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT.
60 OF IC801 ?

YES

CHANGE SCALER PCB.

E-7
SCALER/LVDS/MICON/ADC/JACK/AV SWITCH1/REGULATOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

DIGITAL RGB DIGITAL


A/D CONVERTER DIGITAL 58 24bit RGB
DDVS 24bit RGB D_CLK, D_EN,
IC2101
INTERFACE MST9883C-LF-110 D_CLK, D_EN, 27 SCALER D_HS, D_VS
DDHS D_HS, D_VS
56 IC801
VGA_HS 28 R8J66604A72FP LVDS IC TX OUT0~3+ PDP PANEL
84
57 IC7202 TX OUT0~3- V801
VGA_VS X801 DTC34LM85AL TXCLKOUT+ PDP42X3
54MHz TXCLKOUT-
85

57 60
SW_CVBS
SW_Y
4SI_SDA_IN/4SI_SCL EEPROM IC 256K
SW_C IC103
4SI_CHIP_SE/4SI_SDA_OUT AT24C256N-10 SU-2.7
SCART1_B_IN 6 EEP_SCL
SCART1_G_IN
AV SWITCH2/ 5 EEP_SDA
STEREO/ SCART1_R_IN
SOUND AMP
EEPROM IC 256K
IC104
AT24C256N-10 SU-2.7
2 5
54 6 EEP_SCL
AUDIO_MUTE 58 53 5 EEP_SDA
MICON
SCL 27 IC101 POWR_ON-H
OEC7147A
SDA 28

74 90 17 89 10 14 33 34

PSU_5VD
DTUNER RX TUNER/DIGITAL/
LCD_H POWER
TUNER/DIGITAL/ DTUNER TX
POWER POWER_FAIL

LCD_ON
SYSTEM RESET
IC102
PST3229NR
1 2
AT+3.3V RESET

D105
P.CON+3.3V REG
IC3201 SCALER_H
BA00BC0WFP 2 6 1 4
P.CON+3.8V P.CON+3.3V

P.CON+1.5V REG
IC3202
BD7820FP 2 6 1 4
P.CON+1.5V

F-1 F-2
AV SWITCH2/STEREO/SOUND AMP BLOCK DIAGRAM

AV SW INPUT 1/2
IC4201 AN15853B-E1 J4205 YKC22-0780N

V1-V 2 14
V1-Y 4 3
V1-C 6 4
V1-L 3 17
VL-R 5 20
V1-L 20 9
VL-R 22 10
V2-V 9 15
24 SDA
V2-R 12 18
25 SCL
V2-L 10 22
28 SW_A_IN_R
30 SW_A_IN_L AUDIO_IN 4/5
J4204 AU4-57A03-01H
SCALER/LVDS/ SW_CVBS 31 SW_CVBS
MICON/ADC/JACK/ 2
AV SWITCH1/ SW_Y 33 SW_Y
REGULATOR SW_C 35 SW_C 5
V4-L 19 3
TUNER/DIGITAL/ V_OUT 16 TUNER_V
POWER V4-R 21 7
SIF_OUT
STEREO COMPONENT
IC904 MSP4440G-QA-C13-100 IC4204 CS_IN 4/5
PC_A_L J4211 YKC21-4720N
NJM2584AM(TE1)
56 SC1_IN_L Y
PC_A_R 9 2
67 ANA_IN1+ 14 U 5
14 3 V
57 SC1_IN_R 1 8
YUV/HDMI/DVI Lch SW COMPONENT 11 5
AV2_IN_L 50 Y
IC4304 NJM2534V IC4401 8 3
53 SC2_IN_L NJM2584AM(TE1) 8 6
SW_A_L AV2_IN_R 51 16 V 9
YUV/HDMI/DVI Rch SW
IC4305 NJM2534V U
11 6
INTERFACE 6 SW
9 14 1 5 3
54 SC2_IN_R IC8104
SW_A_R XTAL_IN 71 NJM2584
X901
18.432MHz 14 5 SCART1_R_IN SCALER/LVDS/
MICON/ADC/JACK/
XTAL_OUT 72 9 6 SCART1_G_IN AV SWITCH1/
SCL 2 I2C_CL REGULATOR
1 3 SCART1_B_IN
SCALER/LVDS/ SDA 3 I2C_DA
11 8 16
MICON/ADC/JACK/ 36 VARIOUT_R
AV SWITCH 1/ 2 DTUNER_V
REGULATOR 37 VARIOUT_L TUNER/DIGITAL/
AUDIO_MUTE 3 DTUNER_U
POWER
AUDIO_OUT_JACK DTUNER_Y
CP901 J4201
4 4 SOUND AMP IC
HDMI_I2SS I2S_CL IC301 TA2024-ASE VGA_B SCALER/LVDS/
MICON2 3 HDMI_I2SSDO 7 I2S_DA_IN MICON/ADC/JACK/
VGA_G AV SWITCH1/
SPOUT_R 27 11 INV2
2 HDMI_I2SWS 5 I2S_WS VGA_R REGULATOR
SPOUT_L 28 15 INV1
33 VDDA
SPEAKER
30 VDD1 SP303
12 MUTE OUTP1 31
SPEAKER
29 VDD1 OUTM1 28 SP301
TUNER/DIGITAL/ SOUND+B 26 VDD2 OUTM2 27
POWER SPEAKER
25 VDD2 OUTP2 24 SP302

SPEAKER
SP304

F-3 F-4
TUNER/DIGITAL/POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM
TU5801

IF_OUT2
IF_OUT1
V_OUT
+32V
UNREG 5V

SDA
DC/DC CTL

SCL
+5V

+5V

+5V

SIF
1 IC3401 9
AL1042
2 4 7 9 10 13 14 15 19 20
REG 3.3V UNREG 5V
4 IC3402 2
BA00BCWEP
256Mbit DDR SDRAM 256Mbit DDR SDRAM
IC2402 IC2403
HY5DU561622ETP-D43 HY5DU561622ETP-D43
REG 1.8V UNREG 4V

CLKAB

CLKAB
4 IC3403 2

DQA

DQA
AA

AA
BD7820FP
REG 2.6V
4 IC3404 2
+1.2V BA7810HFP
X2401 UNREG 4V
55.474MHz +3.3V
+1.8V DTUNER Y

+2.6V DTUNER U AV SWITCH2/


ATSC/CLER CABLE ASIC STEREO/
X2402 IC2401 DTUNER V SOUND AMP
25.140MHz Y OUT
X240H
U OUT V_OUT

V OUT SIF_OUT
I2CDATA
EEP ROM SCALER/LVDS/
IC2404 DTUNER RX MICON/ADC/JACK/
BR24L64-WE2 AV SWITCH1/
I2CCLKA DTUNER TX REGULATOR

+3.3V FAD
TUNER SCL
FLASH MEMORY TUNER SDA
IC2406
HY27US0828IA-TP T_FAT_IFP
T_FAT_IFN
+3.3V

DC-DC CONVERTER
IC3803
CP3801 BD9300FV-E2 AV SWITCH2/
1 SOUND+B SOUND+B STEREO/
SOUND AMP
2 SOUND+B AT+3.3V REG
8 5 IC3804
CP3803 1 2 PQ070XF01SZH
3
1 5VSC
2 5VSC AT+3.3V

3 5VSC AT+5V
7 12VSC P.CON+12V
8 12VSC P.CON32V REG
IC3805
CP3802 LA7995M-TLM
1 9VSC 14
3.3V CONTROL CHOPPER
CP3804 IC3801 IC3802 7
1 POWER FAIL AL1010 RSS050P03

2 LDC_H 1 7 4 5 P.CON+3.8V
3 AT+5V
5 5VD/LIGHT_CTL
6 POWER_ON_H P.CON+9V

PSU_5VD
SCALER/LVDS/ LVD_ON
MICON/ADC/JACK/
AV SWITCH1/ LCD_H
REGULATOR
POWER_FAIL

F-5 F-6
INTERFACE BLOCK DIAGRAM
EEP_ROM EEP_ROM HDMI INTERFACE
IC3609 BR24L02F-WE2 IC3606 BR24L02F-WE2 IC3605 SiI9021CTU

5 SDA GND 4 5 SDA GND 4 Q23 110


6 SCL A2 3 6 SCL A2 3
Q20 113
7 WP A1 2 7 WP A1 2
Q19 116
8 VCC A0 1 8 VCC A0 1
Q3615 Q16 119
BUFFER 29 DSDA1 Q15 123
Q3616
BUFFER 30 DSCL1
Q3603 Q12 126
BUFFER 31 DSDA0 Q11 129
HDMI Q3604
CONNECTOR BUFFER
CP3601 32 DSCL0 Q7 132
19 DET Q3612 Q3613 Q6 136
18 POWER SW SW
Q5 137
17 GND
16 SDA Q4 140
L3601
15 SCL ACM2012D
4 39 R0XC- Q0 144 DIGITAL RGB SCALER/LVDS/
12 CLK- 1
MICON/ADC/JACK/
10 CLK+ 2 3 40 R0XC+ ODCK 121 DDCK AV SWITCH1/
9 D0- L3603 HSYNC 2 REGULATOR
ACM2012D DDHS
7 D0+
4 VSYNC 3
6 D1- 1 43 R0X0-
4 D1+ SCK 86
2 3 44 R0X0+
3 D2- L3602 WS 85
1 D2+ ACM2012D
1 4 47 R0X1- SD0 84 PC AUDIO_IN
HDMI
CONNECTOR OVCC 5 J4301
CP3603 2 3 48 R0X1+
L3604 OVCC 2 PC_A_R
19 DET ACM2012D 6 3.3VREG
18 POWER OVCC 26 IC3602 BA00BCWFP 4 PC_A_L
1 4 51 R0X2-
AV SWITCH2/

GND

OUT
17 GND OVCC 76
2 3 52 R0X2+ STEREO/

IN
16 SDA L3608 AUDIO_IN SOUND AMP
OVCC 89 J3601
15 SCL ACM2012D 1 2 3
4 58 R1XC- OVCC 109 2
12 CLK- 1 SW_A_R
10 CLK+ 2 3 59 R1XC+ OVCC 122
4 SW_A_L
9 D0- L3607 OVCC 134
ACM2012D
7 D0+
1 4 62 R1X0- CSCL 28
6 D1- 1.8VREG
4 D1+ CSDA 29 IC3601 KIA78D33F
2 3 63 R1X0+
3 D2- L3606 V_SYNC

GND
RESET# 102

OUT
1 D2+ ACM2012D

IN
INT 104 SCK
1 4 66 R1X1-
1 2 3 WS
2 3 67 RX1+ EXT_RES 81
L3605
ACM2012D DVCC2 94 SDO
CSCL MICON2
1 4 70 R1X2- VCC 92
2 3 71 R1X2+ VCC 79 CSDA
D-SUB
CP4302 DVCC 74
RXT_RST#
1 VGA-R VGA-R VCC 114
2 VGA-G VGA-G H_INT
VCC 128
3 VGA-B VGA-B
VCC 139
13 VGAHS VGA_HS
14 VGAVS VGA_VS DACDVCC 22
VCC 23
VCC 35

F-7 F-8
MICON2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

HDMI MICON IC
IC3611
SST89E58RD2-40-C-TQJE

X1 15
RXT_RST# 36 RX1_RST X3601
11.0592MHz
H_INT 8 RX1_INT X2 14

38 VCC

29 EA-/VPP Q3620
Q3606 V-SYNC 41 LEVEL SHIFT V_SYNC INTERFACE
CSDA BUFFER 3 CSDA
EEP ROM IC
IC3608
BR24L32F-WE2

VCC 8
1 A0
WP 7
2 A1
SCL 6 2 CSCL
3 A2
INTERFACE SDA 5
4 GND

Q3605
CSCL BUFFER

SDO
SCK
WS

CP3602
4 HDMI_I2SS
AV SWITCH2/
STEREO/ 3 HDMI_I2SSDO
SOUND AMP
2 HDMI_I2SWS

F-9 F-10
G-2
R3802

R3806 CP4204 CP4203


D4209

R4401 R3805
CP4202_1

R4402 R3801
Q3805

W870 R3808
Q3804

C4252
Q4210

R4231
R4233 Q4208

W839 C4265 R4410


R4223
C2275
C4264
R4234
W876

Q4403 R4230 L4203


Q4410

C365
W869
R4404

Q4409 L4206
Q4402

R4405

R4418

C4256
L4204
R325

R4409
R4419

R4417

Q4401
R4416

C364
L4207
R4412

Q301 R4411
C4260
C4408
C304

Q302 C4407
IC4401
R4403
D901
CP3804

R4407

R4408 R4406 C4261 L4403


C4406 W802
C4401
C4403 C4402
C3829
L4401 C4404
C904
R4256
C5838 C3830
W001

C5839
CP3802

D3805
L5803

R311 C3834
C3837
Q300

CP5802 C5812 CP5801


C5810
C5809 C3835 C3832
B901

Q5804
B903

B902

C5813 R5809 C5814 R5813R5810 C3836 C3833


Q5803
R5814
Q5805

R5816
R5815
R5806
W885

C5807 R5808R5811
CP3803

L3804 R5807R5812
TU5801
C3805
C5820
C5819

W914 W915
L3801
W851
CP3807

L3803
C5806 C5803
C4202C4239
C4201C4238

C3803 L5802
C4232
W908
D4208

L5804 L4402
C4250 C4415
D4212
CP3801

D4210 C4251 C4416 C4230


R3849

C4412
J4204

L3811 L4217
L3802

C4233
C4243
IC4201
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

C4217 C4205

C4220 L4216
AV/REMOCON (TOP SIDE)

C4224 C4222 C4227

C4203
CP4201

L4215
C4206 C4223

L3810
L4213
C4215 D4211C4214

L4202 C4247
C4218
C4207

C4464
C4246
IC3804

C4229

C4242
R4212 C4449
C3827
R4209
IC4204

C3802 C4453
C3801 C906
C319 C4452
C3848

J4211
C915
C4451
R4261
D3804 C918
L901
C962 C963 R4254
C4296 C4450
W856 C914

B4216
W857
41

25
C927
C4448
HS3808

R324
IC3808

R4252
C4297
C922

IC904
B4215
W890

D4206
C919
R3855
R902
L3805

1
65
R903 C916

R901
W821 C320 C946

C941
C3817

D4207
C950

C948
C952 C949

C953
C955
C951 R906
C3821 R905

CP901
R3822 C933
C3839
R3824

C3823 C3826

L904
L3809

L4212
R3825 X901
W892

S801X
W894

J4205
L903
D3803 C4273 D4205
C3825

L4214
W893

R4236
R4235
HS3801
Q3808

R4245 R4241
W945

Q4201
L4211
L4201
L4219
C3849
L3808 L4218
L2275 C2282 C4237
S801Y
W910
W911
C324

C323
C332
R319

R318
C331
R317

C326
C328
C4461

CMF083A

Q4202
Q4207
R4206
W834
R4229 R4207

HS300
R4232

OS4202
IC301 R4208

Q4209

J4202
C4266
C4279
L4220
L303
C341
C2252 C2255

R2252

J4201_1
D2251

CP2251
C339

L4221
OS2251
CP301
CEF179A
Q2251 C337
W848

W889 R2259
R2256
W919

L301
W917 C340

R321
C2256

Q2252
L302

C2277 R2279
D2252 R2257 CP303 C2278
C2276 R2278

J2275
IC2275

L300
C2279 R2281
R2282

R2287
R2285
C342

R2280
C2280

Q2275
R320 D2275

G-1
G-3
C4414
R4214 R4213 W898

Q4233
R4225

Q4231
R4228 W903
W929
C4413

R4415

Q4203
R4210 W852

Q4205
W899

R4211
W928 Q4206
W900

Q3802
Q3801
R4420

R3803
C4240
D306
W886
R913

C4286
R4216
R322

Q901

R323
C4405
R914

Q902
R915
D3806
D3812

C3828
C3831 C5808
D3807

IC3805
Q5802
D3811

Q5801
W902
W901

IC5801
B5802 C5815 C3804
C5801 C5802 C5816

C5817 B5805
B5801
B5803
C5805

C4231
C5811

C4213
C4287
C4471 C4226
R4219
C4210 R4220
C4211

IC4402
C4216 C4228
C4289
C4285 C4469
D4203
D4202
C4282 C4221
C4456 C4225
C3806
C4208
B4204 R4299 W865
W867
C4290 R4260
R4242 R3835
R3834
B4218 R4294 R3831

C4276 R4297
D3809
B4205 R4259
R302
C4284 R4296 D3808
C917
B4220 R4262 W842
C909
C4258 R4295
C920 C958

R4255 R4251
B4211 R4250 C3847
R4253 C4288
C4278 C926
C4455 C934
R4298 B4221
B4222 C936
B4219 R4240
R304
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

C4454 C903
AV/REMOCON (BOTTOM SIDE)

R3856
R916 C940 C959
C942 R3857
R904 R3858
C944
R3823

C954 R3821
R3820 C3816
R3826
C945

B4217
IC3803
R3828

C4271 C943 C956 C957


R4249 B904 R3832
W836
Q3806

C4283 B905 C3819


C3822
B4214 R3833
B906
R3827

R3830
Q3807

C4274
R4248 R4244
C4277
C4272
Q4200
Q4211

C4275 R4246 R4239


R4247
R4243

C4462
C4236
R314

R315

R338
B4461

R4205
CMF083A

R4203
R4204
C4234 C301
B4202
R4461

R4237
C4300
C338
C358
D305

R4238

C351 C353
C355
R4263
C4301
CEF179A

D303 D304
B4225
R2253
C350 C359
C2283 R2255
C362
R2289 R2254
B2271 R2276
D302

W907 C354
C2281
R2277

C349
R2288 R2275
C348
Q2277

R2283
C352
R2284

C363
R2286
Q2276

G-4
G-5
CP3602 C3707 C3705 C3703 C3702 C3694
W860 R3698 C3693

R3223
R3224
B3612 W1024 B3606
Q3205 X3602
C3658
J3601

R3697 R3712

C3611
B3201 C3604

73

109
C3634
B3205
C3213
B3202 L3605

W859
B3203
R3627 L3606

CP3201
R3625
R3626
C3615 IC3605 L3607
L3608

IC3201
CP3603

Q3620 D3626
B3206

R3718
R3648
R3632
R3649
R3652
D3627
B3207 C3641 C3659
37

R3610
1 C3633

C3723
R3717
1
34
W957 R3643 W969 D3602
C3685 R3638

C3640
C3639
R3644 W970

W857
C3638
R3621

R3651 R3622

R3645
R3641
D3609

IC3611
R3679

R3647
R3680

C3632
Q3613

Q3605
Q3606
23

12
R3637 R3628

IC3608
R3640 C3637 C3686 L3604
R3639 R3631 R3633
D3613 C3643 B3622 C3650 C3687 L3602
C3654
C3217 R3619 C3642 L3603
NR7503 CP3604 R3687

D3207
NR7504 R3684 L3601
W968

L3623
CP3601

X3601
D3603
C7521

97
65
NR3606 NR3605 NR3604 NR3603 D3601
R3601

IC3202
D3206
C3722
R3716

C7519
C3600
R3714

L4306 R3600
R3713

X7501

IC7501
C3224
Q3619

C7518

C7503
C7242
C7240
C7239
C7238

C7241

33

1
C4324
B4308

C856 C850
C898
C4362
J4301

R7513
X801
C4315

R4313

NR7501 NR7502
C868
C4314

NR801

W905
R7507
B804 R830 R825 C861 C810 C4366

R833
C858
R4314

C876
D805

B4307

R7505
C4337
55

109
C859

CEF156A
C834
D803

IC801

C832
C4328
CP4302

D802

C830
R4305

NR807 NR806 NR805 NR804 NR803 NR802

CP7202
R4309

1
B4303

163

B801 C883
SCALER (TOP SIDE)

R7201
C815
R4315

W1014 W964
C863 C860 C857
R4308 B4304

C2801 C8131
C892

C7203
C891
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

C8122
C8123
B4305

R188 C7208
R4323
R4304

NR2105 NR2106 C2802


R4310 R4316

C8125
C8121
W967
R2107

R189 C7209
C7219 C8126
C2130
1
61

C2149
IC103 R135 C8124
L2103
W972

C136
W963

C125 C8120
L8104

C2106 C2133
R2112

IC2101

IC102
W843
R149

L8105
21
41

Q2101
C131 W944
C2139

R147
R148
R115
D105 R114

R145
R146
C128

IC104
NR2101 NR2102 NR2103 NR2104

R2109 C8151
R163
W900

R119 R134
R121 R120
R122 R123
R126
R129
R118
R2114

R141 R142 R127 R110


C8149
R2115

R164 W907
R128

C2121 C2127 C2103


51
26
C8150

R208

Q105 Q101
D109

R151
R8122

R8124
R8105

C117
R173

IC101
X101

C116
R174

W1017
1

76

W1016
W1018
W990 C109

W823
W874 W982
C4372 W985 W981
D4301
D4302 C101 C110
CP2200

C4378
W984

W820

C801 W877
CP101 CP103

CP802 CP803

CP102
G-6
G-8
B3604

B3613
C3704
R3228 W1007
R3707 R3708 C3645 C3706
R3705 C3653

C3219
C3218

C3649 Q3206
R3706
C3700 C3692
R3678 C3696 C3695
R3696

C3697 C3698

W1012
C3701
R3699
C3613
C3614
C3691
C3699

R3700

IC3602
B3601

B3602

C3612 C3690 C3204


C3606

R3629

C3689
C3708 C3206
C3655
C3635
R3704

C3709 C3207
D3604 C3630 D3628
Q3607

B3605 R3689
R3238

C3605 C3628 R3703 C3205


Q3616

R3690 C3607 C3624 R3702 W839 R3212


C3710
R3685

D3629
Q3615

C3688 C3711 R3701 R3211


Q3617
Q3618

C3656 C3620 C3626


R3209

C3627 C3211
R3654
C3712

R3710 C3623 C3618 C3212 C3201


C3657
IC3609

C3622 R3711 R3695 C3625 C3203


C3721 C3720 C3610
C3621 IC3601
R3709 C3719
C3617

C3602
C3717

C3714
C3608
C3715
C3716
C3619
C3616
R3669
R3617

W852
C3718

R3653
B3603

Q3210

C3609 R3246
C3646

C3647

R3692 R3694 R3693 R3244 W1013


C4358
Q3211

C4353
R3245
IC4304 IC4305

W1015
C4352 C3713
R181
C4357
D3212
W1023 W1022 R3634
R3609

C4351 B3621
C3651
R3686 R3683
R3635

Q3614

R3216
Q3603
R3608

Q3604

R3217
R3681
Q3621

C3652
R3237

R3607 R3606
C4350

R3222
IC3606

R3221
W871
C7505
C7502

C7513
B7501 W870
R7506 R7512

R3220

C7514 W872 C7507 C3215


L7502

W854 W869
R3605 R7509 W973 C7506 C3216
C7511 R7508

R3688 R3630 R7510


B7502 C3222 R3232
C7515 D3208 C3223
IC3203
NR7506 NR7505

D3630
R3234

D3600
C7504

D3209
R4320

C7512
R3235

D3605
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

W989

C7516 W975
W974

C7508
R3236
SCALER (BOTTOM SIDE)

C7509

R4319
Q4302

W988
W1010

R4328 C7510
W883

R4329
Q4305

R4324 W803 C852 C855


R836

R4333 C887
R804
C849

R845 C888 C7221

W830
B806 R844 C884
W809

C896 R834 R835

C7227
L4301
C875
C870
C872

R807
C862

W930

NR7203 NR7204
C895 C821
C820

C827
R829 C879
C897
W892

CEF156A
C819 C846
W891

C835 C845 C847 R823

C7218
C818
W807

R821 R826
R822 R828

C817 C843 C844


R817 R818
R819 R820

IC7202
W929 C842
C826
W801

C841 C840 C813


C812 C816
C839 C894
R7206
C814 C823
C889 R7207
W805 C837 C838 C836
C893
C824

C877 C873
R831

C7226
W931 C7229 R7210
C822
C7222 W882 R7211
B802
W802

C871
C853

C878
C886
NR3602

C851 B803 W834


B7202
W835
L8102 R8116 R8113 W810 B805 W889
NR3601

C7202
C8128 C8113
IC8103

R8119 C8110 L7202 L7201


C8137 C8109 C2151 L7203
L2107

C7201
C8129 C8112
R8117
R8118

R2111

B2101
R8115

C2125
Q8101

Q8103

R8123 C2150
IC8104

R2104
R8125 C2144

C2110
C2108
C8144 C8146 R8131
R8120

R8121

Q8102

R8129 C2136
R8128
C2137 C2131

C126
C8147 R8130
R8114
Q8105 Q8106

L2106 C2145 C2105

R2106
R8148 R8146
C2132

R198
C2143

C2111
C2109
C2112
C2138
C2129
R8145 R8143 R2110 R2108

R116
R117

R138
R140
C2126 R209

C2113
R193
C2124

R2102
R192

C2120
R2103
C2116
R195

Q104 Q106
R136
D807

W880
R137
L2101 L2102 R178

R133
R132
R205
R204 R194
R109 R177

C118
R107 R176
W897
C113

C111 C114
W987
W821 W978 W979 W983 R106
R105 W896
W971 W895

C104

C106

C123
R131
R160 R161
R199

D808
C107

R175
R104 R103
R200
W980

R158
R102
R154
R157
R156
R155

G-7
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

DIGITAL (TOP SIDE)

C2497 C2495
C2499 C2498 C2496 C2494 HS2401 C2506
R2464 C2479

R2535
R2536
R2484 R2592 C3435
R2485 R2593

R2537
C2478

R2517

R2518
B2420
R2519

CP2405
R2520
NR2401

R2523 R2521 C2561


IC2403 C3432

C2569
R2524
AK30 AK1 L2411

C2564 C2562
R2409
C2467 R2529 L2412
R2429
C2502 R2528

NR2403
C2504 C2503 C2570

L2414
R2410 R2525

NR2405
R2532 R2527 C3407
C2484 C2482

L3401
R2530 C2572
C2486 C2485 C2483 C2481 R2447
R2448 R2531 R2522

L2413
C2471

C2563
R2526
C2571
IC2401
IC2402

C3411
C2451

W808 D3407

R3412
R3411
R3410
L2401 C3416

R3423
R3422
R3414

R3429
C2454

R3430
R2407 C3413
C2488 C2491 C2490

C2453
C3412

C2456
C2457
A30 A1

X2401
B2405 R2405 C3423 C3428

C2450
C2487 B2401 R2401
B2407 R2497
C3424

C2466
C2537
C2538
R2482

D3402
R2418 R2417
C2509
C2508

C2465 C2612

D3406
X2402 C3420
R2481
CEF169A R2498

B2426
B2425
R2499 B2424 C2542

R2416
C2464
B2422
B2421

IC2405

B3408
C2622
C2507 B2423 R2495
B3406
C2625 C2608 C2606
C2621 C2611

DIGITAL (BOTTOM SIDE)

R2506 R2516

R2539
R2538
C3431

IC2404
C3430

Q2401 Q2407 R2455

R2461

R2422
IC3404

NR2411 NR2410
R3426 R3425

R2514 R2541 C2449


R2540
C3434

R2452 B2404
R2533 Q2404 R2454

R2449 C2422
R2425 C2477 C2476
R2534

C2461
C2556 C2575
R3424

C2552

C2557 C2576

R2421
C2560 C2574

R2462
R2404
B2418 NR2412 NR2413

C2587 C2600
C2419
C2438

C2588
C2601
C2602
C2589
C2590
C2441 C2440
C2446

C2421
B2416 C2439

C2420
C2553 R2435 R2437
C2418 C2475
C2558
C2573

NR2402
NR2404
C2415

C2599
R3427 C2417
C3415

C2416
Q3405

C2436
C2458

C2 C
R3428 C2414 C2474

R2460
R2458 R2420
43 259
C2554 C2413
B3402

C2472

C2473
7
C2559
C2555

C2597 C2412 R2443


C2586 C2411
B2417
B2419
B2402

8
R2403

B3401 C2585

R2457
C2447 C2470
D3408 C2469 NR2407 NR2406
C2596
C2468
C2551

C2595
C2455

C2442
C2444

C2432
C2403
3
C2584
59
D3403

C2410 C2583

C2431 C2430
C2
C2426 C2500

C2409
C2428

R2459
R2419
C3410 C2592
C2443

C2407
R3413 R2470 C2594
IC3401

NR2408 NR2409

C2462
C3409 C2591 C2408
C2406 C2423
C2401 C2460
C2429
C2445
C2581
C2582

C2402
C2433 B2410
C2404 C2516
IC3403 IC3402

8
C3408 C2435
C2427

51
C2405
C2424

C2505
C2425

C2434

C2
D3404

C2459 C2532

C2520

C2517
C2521
C2533 C2512
R3405

C2463

C2515
R3401 C2522
C3429 C3418 C3421 R2414 C2535

C2531
C2513
Q3404
C3426 R3421 R2512 R2509
C3419

C2514
R3418
R3406

C3425

Q3403 C2519
R3420
R3419

R2406 R2402
D3405 Q2406 Q2403 C2534

IC2406
C2448 B2409
B2411
B2412
3042B

B2408
B2406

Q3407 Q3406 C2609 C2452


R2515 R2508 C2702
B3410

R2440

R2441

C2701
C2605

R3434
R3433
R3432 CEF169A
B3407 B2414 C2624
CP2403 CP2404
B2427
C2630
B2413
B2415 C2623

G-9 G-10
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

OPERATION SIDE JACK


SOLDER SIDE SOLDER SIDE
J4206 J4207 J4208 J4209

C6543

C6542
B4208 L4200
R6504
R6509
W001 R6505 L4227
R6508

CP4200

CEE134A
R6506 B4210
R4493

B4209

SW2205

SW2201 FILER
SOLDER SIDE
CEE133A
R2205

SW2203

RISK OF FIRE
- REPLACE
AS MARKED.
CP3900
W856

FH3900
W855
D3900
SW2202
C2209

F3900
R2201
R2202

FH3901
SW2204
R2203

W860 W859
W858
W857
SW2206
R2204
R2206

CEE131A

D3902

PH3901
D3901
C2204

PH3900

CP2203 CP3901

G-11 G-12
A B C D E F G H

AV SWITCH2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TR4201 TR4202


W5T29X7.5X19 W5T29X7.5X19
TR4204 TR4205
W5T29X7.5X19 ZCAT2436-1330A

8
FROM/TO POWER
(AV PCB) TR3805 TR3806
8
TR4206
ZCAT2436-1330A
ZCAT2436-1330A ZCAT2436-1330A
AT+3.3V
CD4200
AT+5V
CU28A005
P.CON+9V

GND
L4402
P.CON+5V FROM/TO OPERATION/SIDE JACK/

R4405
47uH 0305 FILTER/POWER SWITCH

1K
YUV1/YUV2_Y

R4419

16V100 YK
R4404
FROM/TO TUNER DTUNER_PR CP4201 (CP4200)

1K

C4412
1K
A2001WV2-8P
DTUNER_Y SIDE_S_SW
SIDE_S_L 8

10 V-S
DTUNER_PB COMPONENT1/2 YUV SW SIDE/DVD_Y W867
2.5 SIDE_S_Y 7

C4407
7 DTUNER_PR IC4401 NJM2584AM(TE1) R4418 7
C4401 1.8 BUFFER SIDE_S_C 6
YUV1/YUV2_PR

16V
IN1B Q4410

16
IN1A

1
100 SIDE_V_IN 5
KTA1504S_Y_RTK

R4406 R4403
16V 10 V-S 0

1M
GND 4

1M
FROM/TO IR PASS THROUGH

R4411
GND1 NC

15

2
SIDE_A_IN_L 3

1M
C4404 GND 2
IR-THROUGH DTUNER_PB 2.5
IN2B OUT1

14

3
R4416 SIDE_A_IN_R 1
BUFFER
16V 10 V-S

V-S
L4401 1.8 Q4409
100 SIDE/DVD_C W865
V+ GND2

13
0 KTA1504S_Y_RTK

4
C4406
B
C4405
47uH 0305 DTUNER_CVBS

16V47
FROM/TO AV JACK
DTUNER_H CTL OUT2

12
0.01
C4471

5
FROM/TO TUNER/OUT JACK
Vcc Vin2

4
YUV1/YUV2_Y 2.0
C4402 R4417 9.0 2.2 B
YUV1/YUV2_PB YUV1/YUV2_PB BUFFER SW_YUV_PR
IN2A OUT3

11

6
YUV1/YUV2_PR SIDE/DTUNER_V_IN SW_YUV_PB
Q4401

10 V-S
R4408 R4407
100 V.OUT GND

5
6 YUV1_A_IN_L 16V 10 V-S SW_YUV_Y 6

1M
0 KTA1504S_Y_RTK 5.0 0
YUV1_A_IN_R

C4408
GND3 NC

10
NC C4469

7
YUV2_A_IN_L DTUNER_H FROM/TO TUNER
SW1 Vin1

6
YUV2_A_IN_R

1M

16V
C4403 3.3 2.2 B
S_SW_1 DTUNER_Y DTUNER_RESET
IN3B IN3A PC/YUV Rch SW

8
S_SW_2 DTUNER_TX
S1_Y_IN 16V 10 V-S IC4402

R4412
AUDIO_MUTE_L
MM1501XNRE

1M
S1_C_IN DTUNER_POWER
S2_Y_IN SIDE_A_IN_L
DTUNER_SD_H
S2_C_IN SIDE_A_IN_R DTUNER_RX

W869
AV1_IN TUNER_VIDEO
AV2_IN DTUNER_CVBS
AV1_A_IN_L S2_C_IN
AV1_A_IN_R FROM/TO AV JACK2
S2_Y_IN
S_SW_2

47uH 0305
SW_CVBS

L4202
YUV2_A_IN_L
FROM/TO STEREO
YUV2_A_IN_R
C4242 C4415
5 TUNER_VIDEO SCL 5
47P CH SDA
D4212 25V 100 YK
FROM/TO TUNER/OUT JACK C4211 SW_AUDIO_R[JACK]
SIDE/DTUNER_V_IN YUV2_A_IN_L C4416 SW_AUDIO_L[JACK]
C4230 4.7 4.5 C4201 C4238
REMOCON_IN 47P CH UDZS12B SIDE_V_IN STEREO_RESET
18

19
C4213 47P CH SW_AUDIO_L[PC]
STANDBY_LED 25V 10 KA 4.5 Vref
1B 470P CH SW_AUDIO_R[PC]
C4231 4.7 C4250
SIDE_S_SW SIDE_A_IN_R 470P CH SIDE_A_IN_R S2_Y_IN
17

20
1 B YUV2_A_IN_R 1 B
C4232 4.7 4.6 C4202 C4239 D4208

R4230

R4233
TUNER_V

5.6K
16

21

100

R4234

100
25V 10 KA 1B 470P CH UDZS12B
C4226 4.5 4.7 C4251
SIDE_A_IN_L SIDE_A_IN_L S2_C_IN FROM/TO SCALER
15

22
C4210
1 B 1 B LEVEL SHIFT CP4203(CP803)
D4210

R4231
0 0

5.6K
S_SW_1 470P CH S_SW_1 Q4210 00_6232_029_006_800+
14

23
S_SW_2
C4214 KTK5132E NC DVD/AV3_SW 29
UDZS12B
4 5.4 3.5 8 5.0 3.3 DTUNER_H 4
C4233 R4219 DTUNER_H 28
SIDE/DVD_C 47P CH SIDE_C_IN SDA

S
13

24

SDA AUDIO_MUTE_L
C4228 DTV_MUTE_L 27
1 B 100

G
7.5 3.5 9 5.0 3.3 W852
C4216 D4211 R4220 3.3 GNP/INV_DET 26
YUV1_A_IN_R 470P CH YUV1_A_IN_R SCL

S
12

25

SCL DTUNER_RX
C4229 UDZS12B 25
1 B 100 DTUNER_RX

G
4.7 0 L4207 LEVEL SHIFT
C4215 3.3 GND 24
SIDE/DVD_Y 47P CH SIDE_Y_IN Q4208
11

26

GND DTUNER_TX
1 B KTK5132E DTUNER_TX 23
7.5 4.7 47uH 0305
C4220 C4243 L4206 GND 22
YUV1_A_IN_L
10

27

C4205 DTUNER_RESET
YUV1_A_IN_L 1 B 0.01 B DTUNER_RESET_L 21
C4227 5.4 7.5 R4212 47uH 0305
AV2_IN 470P CH AV2_IN SW_A_R GND 20
28
9

SW_AUDIO_R[PC]
1 B 3.9K 1/4W SW_AUDIO_R(PC) 19

47uH 0305
C4217 0 5.7 C4203

47P CH
C4264
GND 18
C4286

L4203
29
8

SW_AUDIO_L[PC]
47P CH 0.01 B SW_AUDIO_L(PC) 17
C4208 0 4.5 R4209 10P CH
3 SW_A_L NC 16 3

47P CH
S1_C_IN

C4265
30
7

STEREO_RESET
47P CH D4202 3.9K 1/4W STEREO_RESET 15

16V 100 V-S


R4401 5.4 5.7

16V 100 V-S


C4225 R4256 L4204 8.9
UDZS12B S1_C_IN SW_CVBS 2.1 NC SCART3_SW 14
BUFFER
31

6dB
6

C4260

C4261
220 1/4W Q4206 NC SCART_AUDIO_SW13
1 B 390 33uH
7.5 4.5 C4246 1.5 KTC3875S_Y_RTK

820
C4218 BUFFER

R4409
AV1_A_IN_R AV1_A_IN_R SDA1 12
32

BIAS Q4205
5

C4207 D4203 UDZS12B SCL1 11


1 B 16V 22 KA KTC3875S_Y_RTK 8.9
C4221 5.4 4.5 R4223
S1_Y_IN 470P CH S1_Y_IN SW_Y W802 GND 10
33

6dB
4

C4456 DTUNER_POWER
1 B
16V 100 V-S
1K 2.1 DTUNER_POWER 9
7.5 9.0 1.5

1K
C4224 + C4247

R4410
AV1_A_IN_L 47P CH AV1_A_IN_L GND 8
10K
R4210
34

C4252

W928
Vcc
3

C4206 DTUNER_SD_H
1 B 0.01 B DTUNER_SD_H 7
5.4 5.3 8.9
C4222 C4240 2.4 10 GND 6
AV1_IN 470P CH AV1_IN SW_C

W929
35
2

6dB SWITCH_CVBS 5
IR-THROUGH 1 B 1 B BUFFER
0 5.0 1.8
C4223 Q4203 GND 4

33P CH
2 D_L1_Vin D_SW_1 2

C4256
36

820

NC
R4216

STANDBY_LED
1

KTC3875S_Y_RTK
R4213

680

47P CH SWITCH_VIDEO_Y 3
REMOCON_IN
R4211

10K

AV SW IC GND 2
IC4201 AN15853B-E1
W870

SWITCH_VIDEO_C 1
R4214

R4225

R4228
0.1 B

390

390
C4413

390

FROM/TO IR PASS THROUGH


R4402 5.0 CD4203
5.0
CD4202 2H0T0801
CU267901 330 1/4W SW
470P CH
C4414

0 Q4231
KRA103SRTK
CP4202_1 (CP2251) A2001WV2-6P
CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
6 P.ON LED NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED
1SS133

NOTE: THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME


D4209

5 STANDBY LED 0 WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
1 4 AT+5V
5.0 SW WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL. 1
Q4233
3 GND KRC102SRTK PCBD20
0
2 REMOCON IN CMF083
1 IR-THROUGH GND

A B C D E F G H
H-1 H-2
A B C D E F G H

8
TUNER/OUT JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 8

(AV PCB)
FROM/TO AV JACK

SW_YUV1/2
EXT_MUTE
FROM/TO AV SWITCH2

SIDE_S_SW
REMOCON_IN
STANDBY_LED
SW_YUV_Y
7 SW_YUV_PB 7
AT+5V
SW_YUV_PR
DTUNER_SPDIF AT+3.3V CD4204
2H0U0802

W834
FROM/TO SCALER
SW_SPDIF

R4415
CP4204 (CP802)

4.7K
MUTE
FROM/TO AV JACK2
Q4402 00_6232_030_006_800+
KRA103SRTK STANDBY_LED
STANDBY LED 30
SW_SPDIF
REMOCON_IN
0 4.9 REMOCON IN 29

R4420
EXT_MUTE

4.7K
AFT
AFT 28
4.9
LEVEL SHIFT NC 27
W876 Q4403
FROM/TO TUNER HP_MUTE 26
KRC102SRTK AUDIO_MUTE
4.9
AUDIO_MUTE 25
6 DTUNER_SPDIF 6
EXT_MUTE-H 24
0
AFT GND 23
0 SW_YUV_PB
AFT_1 SCART1_B 22
AFT_2 GND 21
SW_YUV_Y
SCART1_G 20
GND 19
SW_YUV_PR
SCART1_R 18
GND 17
AFT_2
AFT_2/DTV_CVBS 16
GND 15
FROM/TO SOUND AMP/HEADPHONE AMP
NC SCART1_Y 14
AUDIO_MUTE NC SCART2_SW 13
5 POWER_ON-H NC 5
SC2 CVBS_OUT-H 12
PSU_ACD/P.FAIL
POWER_FAIL 11
POWER_ON-H
POWER_ON-H 10
AFT_1
AFT_1 9
FROM/TO POWER VS_ON/LCDON
LCDON 8
NC DVB_FAN_ON-H 7
PSU_ACD/P.FAIL RLY_ON/LCD-H
LCD-H/PDP_RLY 6
PSU_5VD/DSR/LIGHT_CTL
SIDE_S_SW
VS_ON/LCDON S_DET 5
RLY_ON/LCD-H
NC SCART1_SW 4
POWER_ON-H
SW_YUV1/2
AT+5V SW_YUV1/2 3
AT+3.3V
NC HP_IN 2
GND PSU_5VD/DSR/LIGHT_CTL
LIGHT CTL/PSU_5VD1
4 4

3 3

2 2

NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED NOTE: THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.

1 PCBD20 1
CMF083

A B C D E F G H
H-3 H-4
A B C D E F G H

AV JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


8 8
(AV PCB)
FROM/TO POWER

GND
GND
L4403
P.CON+5V
P.CON+5V
10uH 0305

100 YK
C4464

16V
7 7

CS_IN 4/5
J4211
YKC21-4720N

H1
B4218

E