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COLOR TELEVISION

LC30B1

CONTENT

Safety instructions..
Instructions on adjusting and testing..
Trouble shooting.
Method of software upgrading......
BLOCK DIAGRAM.
IC BLOCK DIAGRAM..
Wiring diagram......
Serial NO. of parts.
Identification criteria for the bright spot and dark spot of the LCD screen...
Troubleshooting guide..
Exploded views..
Schematic diagram...

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Safety instructions
1. Instructions
1.1 Be sure to switch off the power supply before replacing or welding any components or
inserting/plugging in connection wire
1.2 Anti static measures to be taken (throughout the entire production process!):
a) Do not touch here and there by hand at will;
b) Be sure to use anti static electric iron;
c) Its a must for the welder to wear anti static gloves.
1.3 Please refer to the detailed list before replacing components that have special safety
requirements. Do not change the specs and type at will.

2. Points for attention in servicing of LCD
2.1 Screens are different from one model to another and therefore not interchangeable. Be sure to use
the screen of the original model for replacement.

2.2 The operation voltage of LCD screen is 700-825V. Be sure to take proper measures in protecting
yourself and the machine when testing the system in the course of normal operation or right after
the power is switched off. Please do not
touch the circuit or the metal part of the module that is in operation mode.
Relevant operation is possible only one minute after the power is switched off.
2.3 Do not use any adapter that is not identical with the TV set. Otherwise it will cause fire or damage
to the set.
2.4 Never operate the set or do any installation work in bad environment such as wet bathroom,
laundry, kitchen,or nearby fire source, heating equipment and devices or exposure to sunlight etc.
Otherwise bad effect will result.
2.5. If any foreign substance such as water, liquid, metal slices or other matters happens to fall into the
module, be sure to cut the power off immediately and do not move anything on the module lest it
should cause fire or electric shock due to contact with the high voltage or short circuit.
2.6. Should there be smoke, abnormal smell or sound from the module, please shut the power off at
once. Likewise, if the screen is not working after the power is on or in the course of operation, the
power must be cut off immediately and no more operation is allowed under the same condition.
2.7. Do not pull out or plug in the connection wire when the module is in operation or just after the power
is off because in this case relatively high voltage still remains in the capacitor of the driving
circuit.Please wait at least one minute before the pulling out or plugging in the connection wire.
2.8. When operating or installing LCD please dont subject the LCD components to bending, twisting or
extrusion, collision lest mishap should result.
2.9 As most of the circuitry in LCD TV set is composed of CMOS integrated circuits, its necessary to pay
attention to anti statics. Before servicing LCD TV make sure to take anti static measure and
ensure full grounding for all the parts that have to be grounded.
Attention: This service manual is only for service personnel to take reference with. Before servicing
please read the following points carefully.
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2.10.There are lots of connection wires between parts behind the LCD screen. When servicing or
moving the set please take care not to touch or scratch them. Once they are damaged the screen
would be unable to work and no way to get it repaired.
2.11. Special care must be taken in transporting or handling it. Exquisite shock
vibration may lead to breakage of screen glass or damage to driving circuit.
Therefore it must be packed in a strong case before the transportation or
handling.
2.12. For the storage make sure to put it in a place where the environment can be controlled so as to
prevent the temperature and humidity from exceeding the limits as specified in the manual. For
prolonged storage, it is necessary to house it in an anti-moisture bag and put them altogether in
one place. The ambient conditions are tabulated as follows:


Temperature
Scope for operation 0----+50 C
Scope for storage -20----+60 C
humidity Scope for operation 20%---85%
Scope for storage 10%---90%

2.13. Display of a fixed picture for a long time may result in appearance of picture residue on the screen,
as commmonly called ghost shadow. The extent of the residual picture varies with the maker of
LCD screen. This phenonmenon doesnt represent failure. This ghost shadow may remain in the
picture for a period of time (several minutes).But when operating it please avoid displaying still
picture in high brightness for a long time.

3. Points for attention during installation
3.1. The front panel of LCD screen is of glass. Wheng installing it please make sure to put it in place.
3.2. For service or instatallation its necessary to use specified screw lest it should damage the screen.
3.3. Be sure to take anti dust measures. Any foreign substance that happens to fall down between the
screen and the glass will affect the receiving and viewing effect
3.4. When dismantling or mounting the protective partition plate that is used for anti vibration and
insulation please take care to keep it in intactness so as to avoid hidden trouble.
3.5. Be sure to protect the cabinet from damage or scratch during service, dismantling or mounting.
Description of adjustment and calibration
2.1 Adjustment and calibration equipment
Multi-meter,5515 signal generator and oscilloscope
PC set (FLASH writing programs should be installed in place first.), K7253 (VGA and YprPb signal
generator) CA210 (LCD white balancer) and DVD broadcast player.
2.2 Flow of adjustment and calibration
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2.3 FLASH WRITE programs
FLASH WRITE memory N9.
2.4 Main board adjustment and calibration
a) Connect main board to infrared receiving board, turn off the power supply adapter switch and
insert the plug of power supply adapter output into main board.
b) Turn on power supply adapter, check to see indication lamp in red light and check the power
supply and confirm various power supplies as listed below:
1) Main power supply C137 anode 5 V0.2 V
2) Main power supply C138 3.3 V0.1 V
3) PW1230 main power supply C142 2.5 V0.1 V
4) PW113 main power supply L21 1.8 V0.1 V
5) VPC3230 power for analog terminal L24 anode 5 V0.2 V
Check if memory U16 has been FLASH written.
Production of main board and TV board on the line.
Check the main board
Check TV board
Combined test for general assembly
Connect to central signal source, check if various TV functions (station skipping, system identification, analog
control etc) are normal and check if earphone and speaker output are normal
Input AV/S signal and check various functions under AV/S terminal
Input VGA signal and check if display is normal in the state of PC
and various functions (analog control, line/field center etc.
Adjusting and calibrating TV board
Check accessories and then packing
Fig.1 Flow process of adjustment
Input YprPb signal and check if display is normal in the state of PC
and various functions (analog control, line/field center etc
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6) Power for liquid crystal screen C159 anode 12 V0.3 V
7) AD9883A power C410,C17 3.3 V0.1 V
c) Connect VGA line, small conversion board of RS232 electric level and PC set, then run the
program for FLASH upgrading. Turn on the power adapter switch and then the indication lamp
of infrared receiving board should be in off state. About 4 minutes later, upgrading is completed
and the indication lamp turns red.
d) FLASH write DDC program
2.5 Adjustment and calibration of TV board
2.5.1 Connect main board, TV board and infrared receiving board. Turn on the power supply adapter
switch and the indication lamp of the infrared receiving board will be in green. Measure TV board
X2 and PIN3 = 5 V0.2 V.
2.5.2 Press the menu twice in the TV state to enter the item of sound adjustment. Then move the
cursor to the item of equilibrium. Open the cover of remote control set. Press the mute key at the
upper left corner and enter the factory menu. Press the menu key again and you can see the
preset item of ex-works. Select this preset item and press volume key (+ or -) once to execute
the ex-works presetting. The press confirm key to exit the factory menu.
2.5.3 Press channel key +/- to access the ex-works preset channel and check if the screen display is
normal.
2.6 Adjustment of white balance(Use white balance meter CA210 and signal generator K7253
specialized for LCD. )
2.6.1 Assemble the complete set.
2.6.2 Press signal source key to enter YpbPr.
2.6.3 Input signal YPbPr:640x480p 60 Hz (K7253).
2.6.4 Enter user menu and set the brightness to 50 and contrast to 50. Press factory key to enter
factory menu. Input dark field and execute black calibration. The input white field, execute
white calibration and then finish.
2.6.5 Its unnecessary to do white balance adjustment for other channels.
2.6.6 For color coordinates, refer to Table 1.
Table 1 Color temperature coordinates
Color temperature Color coordinate X Color coordinate Y
9300K 0.2810.020 0.3110.020
7300K 0.2980.020 0.3210.020
6500K 0.3130.020 0.3290.020
3 Performance check
3.1 Station searching function of TV
Enter station searching menuauto station search. Connect RF port to central signal source.
After system is set up, check if there is station skipping. Check the semi-auto search and see if
the fine adjustment is normal.
3.2 AV/S terminals
a) Connect AV and S terminals and check if they are normal.
b) Press the video key of the remote control and switch the picture frame
to the state of AV and S-VIDEO. Check if the color is normal and if there are mixed lines, snow
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flakes, abnormal tremble, interfering patterns or shifting. Plug the earphone line into the
earphone port and check to ensure that sound should be heard from both the left and right
sound channels.
3.3 YPbPr port
Press the video key of the remote control and switch the picture frame
to the state of YPbPr. Connect signals 1080I,720p and 480p. Check if the color is normal and if
there are mixed lines, snowflakes, abnormal tremble, interfering patterns or shifting. Plug the
earphone line into the earphone port and check to ensure that sound should be heard from
both the left and right sound channels.
3.4 YcbCr port
a) Connect YcbCr signal and press the key on the remote control to check if the color is normal
and if there are mixed lines, snowflakes, abnormal tremble, interfering patterns or shifting on
the picture.
b) If there is substandard product turned out, make a note on the flow card and route the product
onto the service line.
c) Plug the earphone line into earphone port and check to ensure sound should
be heard from both the left and right channels.
d) Furthermore, check if the different functions as listed in the menu are normal. For example, the
adjustment for brightness, contrast, saturation degree, and acutance is normal, alt and bourdon
are normal, and language, screen-display position/background and scaler are normal.
3.5 VGA port
Insert the connector of VGA signal. Separately input the three signals of VGA format as listed in
Table 2. After auto calibration is over, check if the display is normal. If there occurs interference on
the picture, press the auto setting key on the remote control once more and check if the display is
normal.


Table 2 VGA display format
Item
No.
VGA display format
1 640x480@60 Hz
2 800x600@60 Hz
3 1024x768@60 Hz
4 Preset before ex-works
Enter factory menu in the TV state and then perform setting for ex-works.
5 Packing for ex-works
Check accessories and then packing.
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Trouble shooting
Before servicing please check to find the possible causes of the troubles according to the table below.

1.Antenna:
Picture is out of focus or jumping Bad status in signal receiving
Maybe broadcast signal itself is not good
Check if the outdoor antenna is disconnected.
Check if the antenna is correctly oriented.
Fringe in picture Check if the antenna is correctly oriented.
Maybe there is electric wave reflected from hilltop or building.
Picture is interfered by stripe
shaped bright spots
Possibly due to interference from automobile, train, high
voltage transmission line, neon lamp etc.
Maybe there is interference between antenna and power
supply line. Please try to separate them in a longer distance.
There appear streaks or light color
on the screen
Check if interfered by other equipment and if interfered
possibly by the equipment like transmitting antenna, non
professional radio station and cellular phone.



























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2.TV set:
No picture and sound, but only
hash.
Check if the antenna cable is correctly connected, or if it has
received the video signal correctly.
Symptoms Possible cause
Unable to switch the power on Check to see if the power plug has been inserted properly into
the socket.
No picture and sound Check to see if the power supply of liquid crystal TV has been
switched on. (as can be indicated by the red LED at the front
of the TV set)
See if its receiving the signal that is transmitted from other
source than the station
Check if its connected to the wrong terminal or if the input
mode is correct.
Check if the signal cable connection between video frequency
source and the liquid crystal TV set is correct.
Deterioration of color phase or color
tone
Check if all the picture setups have been corrected.
Screen position or size is not proper Check is the screen position and size is correctly set up.
Picture is twisted and deformed Check to see if the picture-frame ratio is properly set up.
Picture color changed or colorless Check the Component orRGBsettings of the liquid crystal
TV set and make proper adjustment according to the signal
types.
Picture too bright and there is
distortion in the brightest area
Check if the contrast setting is too high.
Possibly the output quality of DVD broadcaster is set too high.
It maybe also due to improper terminal connection of the video
frequency signal in a certain position of the system.
Picture is whitish or too bright in the
darkest area of the picture
Check if the setting for the brightness is too high
Possibly the brightness grade of DVD player(broadcaster)is
set too high.
No picture or signal produced from
the displayer if XXX in
searchappears.
Check if the cable is disconnected.
Check if its connected to the proper terminal or if the input
mode is correct.
There appears an indication -
outside the receivable scope)
Check if the TV set can receive input signal. The signal is not
correctly identified and VGA format is beyond the specified
scope.
Remote control cannot work
properly
Check if the batteries are installed in the reverse order.
Check if the battery is effective.
Check the distance or angle from the monitor.
Check if there is any obstruct between the remote control and
the TV set.
Check if the remote control signal- receiving window is
exposed to strong fluorescence.
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Blur picture Check if the antenna cable is correctly connected.
Of if it has received the right video signal.
No sound Check if the mute audio frequency setting is selected.
Check if the sound volume is set to minimum.
Make sure the earphone is not connected.
Check if the cable connection is loose.
When playing VHS picture search
tape, there are lines at the top or
bottom of the picture.
When being played or in pause VHS picture search tape
sometimes cant provide stable picture, which may lead to
incorrect display of the liquid crystal TVIn this case please
press auto key on the remote control so as to enable the
liquid crystal TV set to recheck the signal and then to
display correct picture signal

Method of software upgrading
Steps of software upgrading are as follows:
1. Select a serial connection wire and a VGA connection wire and then connect them by means of a
patch panel;
2. Use a serial wire to connect the PC to the patch panel and set TV set to off state;
3. Open the software upgrade file holder and double click

FlashUpgraderNT(use under window 2000/XP/NT)

FlashUpgrader(use under window 98),

The following interfaces will show up after running the program:
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Based on the computer features, set up the serial port(COM Port). Select corresponding serial port
(if its unable to FLASH WRITE, change to another port). Baud is selected to be 115200. Then select
Reset Target After Download. Click FLASH pushbutton, its ready to run. For other settings, please
refer to the Fig. Above (already defaulted by the system, normally no need to change).
4. Switch on TV set the FLASH write program begins to run;

5. After FLASH write is over, push button cancel will become flash. Then shut the main power supply
and its OK just switch it on again.
Note: Do not shut the power off or turn the TV set on during the FLASH write. Otherwise it may
lead to no way for flash to rewrite.

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IC Block Diagram
1 PW113(N15)
PW113 is the MCU of this TV set and is also its core chip. It communicates with various other chips
by means of bus line 12. The work it performs includes picture scaling (SCALER), receiving of external
control signals, sending of various control signals to corresponding signal processing chips so as to
complete relevant functions. Picture signal is input through GPORT of PW113 to SCALER for processing.
The processed signal is output through GPORT as R,G,B signal and D-HS (line synchronizing), D-VS
(field synchronizing), DCLK (82 MHz clock signal) and D-EN (enable signal). The external control signal
received by PW113 includes IRIN of Pin203 (signal received by remote control), KEY [2-7] of PORTA
(push key control signal) and reset signal etc. Major control signals output from PW113 include backlight
control signal BKLON(Pin 40), Panel power supply control signal LCDON(Pin 39), PI5V330 selective
control signal VAGSEL(Pin 43), backlight adjustment signal PWMOUT(Pin 200), power amplification
mute control signal MUTE(Pin 201), LED lamp control signal LED7(Pin 46, to be high electric level when
switched on) and selective signals for certain chips.

Block diagram for PW113 system

















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2 PW1230(N11)

The major function of PW1230 is to convert the interlaced video signal into line-by-line video signal
so that the picture is clearer and realer and the picture frame becomes finer and smoother. In addition to
this conversion function PW1230 is capable of enhancing the image and can also be used to adjust the
brightness and contrast of the channel. Nevertheless, the brightness and contrast adjustment function of
this TV set is performed by regulating the front end VPC3230. After the digital video signal received by
PW1230 from VPC3230 is deinterlaced, it is output as 24bit digital RGB signal to GPORT of N15 PW113
where it is processed. The output signals as DDCK (CLOCK), DDVS (FIELD SYNCHRONIZING),
DDHS(LINE SYNCHRONIZING), DDEN (ENABLE SIGNAL) are also basic references for the
processing of lower level.











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3 VPC3230(N10)
The block diagram of VPC3230 is shown as below:

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In which:
71 pin CIN is signal input for S-VIDEO;
73 pin VIN2 is CVBS input for AV;
74 pinVIN3 is for TV signal input;
75 pinVIN4 is used for synchronous identification of YCRCB.
Pins 5,4,6 are respectively used for YCBCR signal input.
Pins 62 and 63 are connected to crystal oscillator of 20.25MHz and supply local frequency to
VPC3230.
Pins 13,14 are SAF AND SCL signals for bus line 12 to be used for communication with MCU
PW113.

VPC3230 that is used as video decoding chip sends the digital video signal in the format of
CCIR601, which is decoded from the analog video signal CVBS,S-VIDEO,YCBCR, to the deinterlacing
processor N11 PW1230 where conversion is made from interlace to non-interlace. VINCK, VHREF,
VINHS and VINVS sent out by VPC3230 are directly fed to PW1230.

4 SI9933ADY(17)

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P-C hannel M O SFET
S2
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5 TDA7495(U601)
The block diagram of TDA7495 is shown below.



In which
Pins 1,5 are for input of left and right sound channels.
Pin 9 is control pin when STBY (valid when it is of low electric level).
Pin 10 is control pin for MUTE (valid when it is of high electric level).
Pin 13 is power supply pin for IC (24V).
Pins 12,14 are for power amplification output (output electric level is 10V).
For TDA7495, only when two control pins 9 and 10 are valid at the same time can there be sound
output. When servicing with power on please take care not to short circuit the IC pin or the power supply
because IC is liable to burnout.

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7 MSP3450(U5)
MSP3450 is an audio processing chip. It has four pairs of audio input ports, which are respectively
TV , PC-AUDIO, HD-R HD-L, AV-R AV-L. The four groups of inputs connected through bus line 12 to
PW113 , which control the audio signal corresponding to the output according to different SOURCES.




8 AD9883(N6)




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10 DS90C383A(N16)

D S 90C 383A /D S 90C F383A




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13 PI5330(N1)



14 74LV126(N4)


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Serial No. of Parts

Identification criteria for the bright spot and dark spot of the LCD screen
Qty allowed Distance between two spots
Category criteria
15" 20" 22" 30" 40" 15" 20" 22" 30" 40"
One single
spot
5 2 5 2 3
2 neighboring
spots
2 1 2 1 1
Bright
spot
Total No. 5 2 5 2 3
15mm
One single
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6 7 5 4 10
Two
neighboring
spots
2 2 2 1 5
Dark
spots
Total No. 6 7 5 4 10
15mm
10mm 5mm
Total defected point 8 7 5 4 /


Notes:
1. Definition of defected point (bright spot, dark spot): It is identified as a defected point if its
area exceeds 1/2 of a single picture element (R,G,B).
2. Definition of bright spot: It is identified as a bright spot if it is bright in the state of dark field
and its bright size remains unchanged
3. Definition of dark spot: It is identified as a dark spot if it is dark in the state of white field and
its dark size remains unchanged
4. Definition of two neighboring points: Defects of a group of picture elements(RB,RG,GB).

667-L30B1-83 Signal processing board
667-L30B1-15 Amplifier board
667-L30B1-40 TV board
667-L30B1-09 Remote sensor board
667-L32B1-05 Key board
302-L30B1-01 Power adapter board
535-L30B1-01 Wall mounting parts
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

NO RASTER

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Indicator whether
light
Replace
adapter
Check whether
N25 Pin 7 is high
level
Replace N25
test X17 pin 1 and 2 and check
whether the voltage is 12V and
24V
Check whether N17 pin
5 the voltage 12V Replace
N17
Check X21 pin
9.10.11.12.16.17.1
8.19.20waveform
Replace PANEL
Replace signal
processing board
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NO PICTURE( HAVE RASTER)

Fault 1.VGA and YPBPR no picture


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Check N1 pin 12
waveform
Replace N1 PI5V330
Check R21 R131
pin waveform
Replace N6 AD9883
Check R89 pin
waveform
Replace N15 PW113
Replace N16
DS90C383A
Check N15 pin 170 waveform Replace G2
24
Fault 2. AV S-VIDEO and YCBCR no picture


no no


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Check R55 R56
R57 pin waveform
Check N11 pin62
waveform
Replace G1
Replace N10
Check R64 R65
R66 pin waveform
Check R82 R89
R93 pin
waveform Replace N16
Check N15
pin170 waveform
Replace N15
Replace G2
Check N16 pin40
waveform
Replace G3
Replace N11
25
Fault 3. TV no picture

yes


no





NO SOUND

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Check X4 pin2
waveform
Replace TV board
Check fault 2
Check X601 pin 1
and 3 waveform
Check whether
U601 pin13 the
voltage 24V
Replace U26
Replace TV
board
Check U5 pin 24
and 25 waveform
Check adapter
power
Replace sound amplifer
board

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1 Speakers front cover 11 Stand base
2 speaker 12 screw
3 Sound-leading part 13 back cover board
4 Speakers back cover 14 screw
5 Speaker connector 15 parts of keys
6 Front cabinet 16 back cabinet
7 LCD screen connecting frame 17 Fixing frame
8 LED column 18 main board
9 LCD panel 19 main board frame
10 Signal cable supporter


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