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SERVICE MANUAL

LED TV

Model No. 55D3550

MSD3393

Chassis

WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public.
It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to
service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.

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Chapter 1: General Information


1-1. Table of Contents
1. General Information...........................................................................1
1-1. Table of Contents
1-2. General Guidelines
1-3. Important Notice
1-4. How to Read this Service Manual

1
3
3
6

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3. Location of Controls and Components........................................... 8
3-1. Board Location

3-2. Main Board & AV Board

11
13
4. Disassemble and Assemble.......................................................... 14
3-3. Power board
3-4. LCD Panel

4-1 Remove the Pedestal

14

4-2 Remove the Back Cover


4-3 Remove the Adhesive Tape
4-4 Remove the Main Board
4-5 Remove the Speaker
4-6 Remove the Remote Control Board
4-6 Remove the Power board

14
14
15
15
16
16
5. Installation Instructions.......................... 17
5-1 External Equipment Connections

17

5-2 HDMI Connections

21

6. Operation Instructions............................ 24
6-1 Front Panel Controls

24

6-2 Back Panel Controls

23

6-3 Universal Remote Control

25

7. Electrical Parts........................................ 26
7-1. Circuit Diagram

26

7-2. Wiring Connection Diagram

31

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8. Measurements and Adjustments.................................... 32


8-1. How to enter into the factory model

35

8-2. How to update software


8-3. How to enter into the Hotel Model

36
37

9. Trouble-shooting.............................................................. 38
9-1. Simple Check

38

9-2. Main Board Failure Check

39

9-3. Panel Failure

46

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1-2. General Guidelines


When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts
which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit.
After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation
papers shields are properly installed.
After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from
being exposed to shock hazards.
1) Leakage Current Cold Check
2) Leakage Current Hot Check
3) Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive

1-3. Important Notice


1-3-1. Follow the regulations and warnings
Most important thing is to list up the potential hazard or risk for the service personnel to
open the units and disassemble the units. For example, we need to describe properly
how to avoid the possibility to get electrical shock from the live power supply or charged
electrical parts (even the power is off).
This symbol indicates that high voltage is present inside.It is dangerous to
make any king of contact with any inside part of this product.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literture accompanying the appliance.

1-3-2. Be careful to the electrical shock


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to rain or excessive moisture. This TV must not be exposed to dripping or splashing water,
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1-3-3. Electro static discharge (ESD)


Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such
components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. The following
techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by
electros static discharge (ESD).

1-3-4. About lead free solder (PbF)


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 repairing of this product.

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Special parts which have purposes of fire retardant (resistors), high-quality sound
(capacitors), low noise (resistors), etc. are used.
When replacing any of components, be sure to use only manufacture's specified parts
shown in the parts list.

Safety Component
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1-3-6 Safety Check after Repairment


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in the original positions, or whether there are the positions which are deteriorated around
the serviced places serviced or not. Check the insulation between the antenna terminal or
external metal and the AC cord plug blades. And be sure the safety of that.

General Servicing Precautions


1. Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC power source before;
a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board module or any other receiver
assembly.
b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical plug or other electrical
connection.
c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the receiver.
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic
capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.
2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate high voltage meter or other
voltage measuring device (DVM, FETVOM, etc) equipped with a suitable high voltage
probe.
Do not test high voltage by "drawing an arc".
3. Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any of its assemblies.
4. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, clean electrical contacts only by
applying the following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or
comparable non-abrasive applicator; 10% (by volume) Acetone and 90% (by volume)
isopropyl alcohol (90%-99% strength).
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Capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.
5. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which receivers covered by this
service manual might be equipped.
6. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless
all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed.
7. Always connect the test receiver ground lead to the receiver chassis ground before
connecting the test receiver positive lead.
Always remove the test receiver ground lead last. Capacitors may result in an explosion
hazard.
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CAUTION: 'RQRWFRQQHFWWKHWHVW[WXUHJURXQGVWUDSWRDQ\KHDWVLQNLQWKLVUHFeiver.
9. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn on the TV.
10. Insulation resistance between the cord plug terminals and the eternal exposure metal
should be more than Mohm by using the 500V insulation resistance meter.
11. If the insulation resistance is less than M ohm, the inspection repair should be required.
If you have not the 500V insulation resistance meter, use a Tester. External exposure
metal: Antenna terminal Headphone jack

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Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices


Some semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity.
Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.
Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors
and semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques should be used to help
reduce the ncidence of component damage caused by static by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductorequipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known
earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist
strap device, which should be removed to prevent potential shock reasons prior to applying
power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly
on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not
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to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately
before you are ready to install it.
(Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by
conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement
ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the
device will be installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other
safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices.
(Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the
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an ES device.)

1-3-7. Ordering Spare Parts


Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the Version
letter)
1. Model number, Serial number and Software Version
The model number and Serial number can be found on the back of each product and the
Software Version can be found at the Spare Parts List.
2. Spare Part No. and Description
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1-3-8. Photo used in this manual


The illustration and photos used in this Manual may not base on the final design of
products, which may differ from your products in some way.

1-4. How to Read this Service Manual


Using Icons:
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each icon is described in the table below:
Note:
A note provides information that is not indispensable, but may nevertheless be valuable
to the reader, such as tips and tricks.
Caution:
A caution is used when there is danger that the reader, through incorrect manipulation,
may damage equipment, loose data, get an unexpected result or has to restart(part of) a
procedure.
Warning:
A warning is used when there is danger of personal injury.
Reference:
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Model

55D3550

Screen Size

55 inch

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Resolution

1920*1080

Response Time (ms)

8.5 (GRAY TO
GRAY)

Angel of View

176o

Color Display

16.7M

No. of Preset Channels

Cable :1-135
Air: 2-69 (ATV&DTV)

OSD Language

English

Color System

NTSC

Audio System

DK, BG, I, M, L, L'

Audio Output Power


(Built-in) (W)

10W2

Audio Output Power


(outer) (W)

No

Total Power Input (W)

135W

Voltage Range (V)

AC 100-240V

Power Frequency (Hz) 50~60Hz


Net Weight (KG)

14.8

Gross Weight (KG)

16.7

Net Dimension (MM)

1250*72*740mm

Packaged Dimension
(MM)

1250*280*773mm

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3. Location of Controls and Components


3-1 Board Location

A Board
B Board

No.

Description

A Board

Mainboard

B Board

Power Supply

3-2 Main Board

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3-2-1 Function Description:


Main Board
Process signal which incept from exterior equipment then translate into signal that panel
can display.

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Main board connector
Power connectors (J16)

J16

BRIGHT

Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6

Signal name
GND

+5V

+5V

GND

10

GND

11

GND

12

+12V

13

+12V

BL-ADJUST
BL-ON/OFF

+5V
POWER ON/OFF
+5VSTB

Notes:
J 16-Pin 3: Backlight on/off:
The system can turn on or turn off the backlight of TFT LCD Panel through the power
supply unit path.
J 16-Pin 6: System power on / standby
System board will use this pin to control system power.
J 16-Pin 2: Control the luminance of backlight
The system can generate the PWN signal to control the strength of TFT LCD Panels
backlight through this connector

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Keypad and remote connector (J2)

Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Signal name
GND
KEY1
KEY0
NC
5V
GND
IR

Description

POWER FOR REMOTE


GND
REMOTE CONTROL

STANDBY

LED_G
LED_R

10

LAMP GREEN
LAMP RED

Speaker connector (J17)


Pin number
1
2
3
4

Signal name
RSPK+
RSPKLSPKLSPK+

Description
RSPK+
RSPKLSPKLSPK+

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3-3. Power Board

3-3-1 Function Description:


Supply power for Main board, Panel.

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Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6

CON4
Signal name
NC
GND
GND
+5V
POWER ON/OFF
+5VSTB

+5V

+5V

GND

10

GND

11

GND

12

+12V

13

+12V

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3-4. LED Panel

MTC550BLU-A02F(AUO:T550HVN01.9)

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3-4-1.Connector de finition
PIN

Symbol

N.C.

SCL

SDA

Description

PIN

Description
3D Function Enable

No connection (for AUO test only. Do not


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connect)

Symbol

3D_EN

High(3.3V) : 3D
Open/Low(GND) : 2D

AUO Internal Use Only


(SCL - EEPROM Serial Clock)

N.C.

28

CH2_0-

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 0-

29

CH2_0+

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 0+

30

CH2_1-

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 1-

31

CH2_1+

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 1+

32

CH2_2-

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 2-

33

CH2_2+

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 2+

34

GND

Ground

35

CH2_CLK-

LVDS Channel 2, Clock -

36 CH2_CLK+

LVDS Channel 2, Clock +

AUO Internal Use Only


(SDA - EEPROM Serial Data)

No connection (for AUO test only. Do not

27

connect)

AUO Internal Use Only


4

WP

(EEPROM Write Protection


Low(GND) for Writable,
High(3.3V) / NC for Protection
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not

N.C.

N.C.

SELLVDS

N.C.

N.C.

10

PWM_1

YDIO_OUT

11

GND

Ground

connect)
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not
connect)
Open/High(3.3V) for NS, Low(GND) for
JEIDA
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not
connect)
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not
connect)

12

CH1_0-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 0-

37

GND

Ground

13

CH1_0+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 0+

38

CH2_3-

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 3-

14

CH1_1-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 1-

39

CH2_3+

LVDS Channel 2, Signal 3+

15

CH1_1+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 1+

40

N.C.

16

CH1_2-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 2-

41

N.C.

No connection (for AUO test only. Do not


connect)
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not
connect)
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not

17

CH1_2+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 2+

42

N.C.

18

GND

Ground

43

N.C.

LVDS Channel 1, Clock -

44

GND

Ground

LVDS Channel 1, Clock +

45

GND

Ground
Ground

19 CH1_CLK

connect)
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not
connect)

CH1_CLK
20

21

GND

Ground

46

GND

22

CH1_3-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 3-

47

N.C.

23

CH1_3+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 3+

48

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

49

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

50

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

51

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

24

N.C.

25

N.C.

No connection (for AUO test only. Do not


connect)
No connection (for AUO test only. Do not
connect)

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No connection (for AUO test only. Do not


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4. Disassemble and assemble


4-1 Remove the Pedestal

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4-2Remove the Back Cover

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4-3. Remove the adhesive tape

Remove the adhesive tape indicated on the


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4-4 Remove the Main board

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J1 J2 J16 J17
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4-5 Remove the speaker

Take out the speaker

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4-6 Remove the remote control

take out the remote control board

4-7 Remove the Power Supply

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5. Installation Instructions
5-1 External Equipment Connections

Accessories

Remote Control

User GUIDE

Battery

Antenna Connection
Connect one end of a coaxial cable (not included) to the ANT IN jack on the back of
your TV/DVD combo, then connect the other end of the cable into the antenna or cable
TV wall outlet.

To improve picture quality from an antenna in a poor signal area, install a signal
DPSOLHU
If you need to split the antenna signal to connect two TVs, install a two-way splitter.

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5-2 HDMI Connections


When the source device(DVD player or Set Top Box) supports HDM
How To Connect

1. Connect the source device to HDMI port of this TV with an HDMI cable(not supplied
with this product).
2. No separated audio connection is necessary.

How To Use
If the source device supports Auto HDMI function, the output resolution of the source
device will be automatically
set to 1280x720p.
If the source device does not support Auto HDMI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the source device to
1280x720p.
Select HDMI input source in input source option of Select Main source menu.

When the source device(DVD player or Set Top Box) supports DVI
How To Connect
1. Connect the source device to HDMI port of this TV with a HDMI-to-DVI cable(not
supplied with this product).
2. A separated audio connection is necessary.
3. If the source device has an analog audio output connector, connect the source device
audio output to DVI Audio In port located on the PC port.

How To Use
If the source device supports Auto DVI function, the output resolution of the source device
will be automatically
set to 1280x720p.
If the source device does not support Auto DVI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the source device to
1280x720p.
Press the INPUT button to select HDMI input source in input source option of Select Main
source menu.
Installation

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Cable sample

HDMI Cable
(not supplied with the product)

HDMI to DVI Cable


( not supplied with the product)

Analog Audio Cable


(Stereo to RCA type)
(not supplied with the product)

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Power source

TO USE AC POWER SOURCE


Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on AC.
Insert the AC cord plug into a standard polarized AC outlet.
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Use the attached power cord only.
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electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
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simply unplug the unit from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The unit should return to
normal operation.

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6. Operation Instructions
Basal information

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6-3 Setting Up Your Remote Control

1.Press to turn on and off the TV.

13

2.USB: Press to launch the USB multimedia mode.


3.Select a closed caption option.

2
3

14

4.Press to input a channel.


5.Press to select the digital sub-channels.For example, to
enter 54-3, press54,, and then 3.
6.Press CH

or CH

to go to the next or previous channel

in the channel list. Press VOL+ or VOL- to increase or


decrease the volume.
7.Return to the previous menu. If the Roku Streaming

15

Stick is connected, press this button to go back to the

16

previous screen.
8.Press to display the TV status information.

9.Select MONO, STEREO, SAP in NTSC (analog TV)


system.
10.Press to cycle through the sleep timer options.
17

7
8
9

18

11.Press to cycle through the different sound settings.


12.Open the channel list in TV mode.

19

13.Show the input source menu.

20

Stick is connected, press this button to return to the Roku

10

14.Switch to the HDMI2/MHL input, If the Roku Streaming

11

21

22

12

home screen.
15.Press to go to the last viewed channel.
16.Switches the TV sound on or off.
17.Press to open the on-screen display (OSD) menu.
18.Exit the on-screen display.

26

23

19.Press to change the aspect ratio.


20.Press to cycle through the available picture modes.

24
25

21.Press to confirm selections in an on-screen menu or to


open a submenu.
22.Open the favorite channel list in TV mode.
23.If the Roku Streaming Stick is connected, press this
button to view more options.
24. Reverse/Fast forward: Use these buttons to control
music/photo playback. These buttons can also be used
with the Roku Streaming Stick.
25. PLAY/PAUSE: Press to play/pause music or photo
slideshow in USB mode. This button can also be used with
the Roku Streaming Stick.
26. COLOR BUTTONS: Short cuts-follow the colored links
in the text.

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7. Electrical parts

7-1. C ircu
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56'

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PWR-ON/OFF

5VA

RF IN

5VSTB

12VA

UD13

IF

1.8VA

3.3V_TUNER
3.3VA
+3.3Vstb

1.15V
AL0O/AR0O

U702

AUDIO AMP.

32Mbit

SPI FLASH

DSP

U1

DVD_CVBS
CN202

FRONT
PANEL

IR,KEY0,KEY1

VGA
AUDIO

J8

VGA

PH1~3

HDMI*3

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AV

RGB

CVBS1

Title

Size

Custom

Date:

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JACK

HeadPhone

UD9

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DC/DC

UD8

DC/DC
SY8008B

UD7

SY8008B

DC/DC

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PANEL_POWER

L/R

PANEL_ON/OFF

3.3VA

AUDIO AMP.
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J18

USB PORT

J3

SPIDF
OUTPUT
COAXIAL

Rev
A

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AC100V-240V

POWER BOARD

+12V

J17

TO SPK

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RD157
CD131
0.1uF

5Vstb

1K

R162

R163

R168
NC/0R

4.7K

R139
4.7K

4.7K

33R

OFF

1.8VA

J15

1
2
3
4
5

139MA

+1.8V_DDR2

PWR-ON/OFF

ON

5pin-2.0mm

1
2
3
4
5

10uF 10uF 0.1uF

R164

H:ON
L:OFF

R159

5VA

100K

RD144

RD139
82K

120K

RD135 CD96 CD85 CD86

LD21
4.7uH_2A

1.7V~1.9V 345671.834V
34:;7Irms=167.3mA Imax=206mA

10uF 10uF

CD101 CD91

+3.3Vstb

RD36
1K

EC105
220uF/16V

Q107
3904

PWR_ON/OFF#
NC/0R 5VA
NC/0R

CD46

<1A 5V Input--->Output 1.8V

100pF

CD103

0.1uF

+3.3Vstb

NC/10K

RD35

RD37
2.2K
RD38
4.7K

EC107
220uF/16V

5.17V

5VA

12.46V

12VA

CD90

LD25 FB

1.8V DC-DC

BRI_ADJ

2 VBL_CTRL

5.17V FB7

+5V_Normal

56R-4A

FB4

+12V_NORMAL
12.46V

MAINPOWER
J16

56R-4A

5Vstb

C179

RD65
RD66

+3.3V_Normal

R224
4.7K

R30 10K

0.1uF

C46

1uF

C139

600-1.5A-0805

C2

H6
NC

10uF
R215
2012.11.29 !"#
100K $%&'()3.3V-TUNER
*+,-.AGC/012

Q4
3904

H3

NC

H5
NC

0.1uF

C130

of

silicon tuner 
89:;7
218mA
3.3V-TUNER
3.3V_TUNER
Q2
FB2
AO3407

TUNER< 34:;7Irms=186.5mA Imax=200mA


332mA MAX:360MA

2 PWR-ON/OFF

H:ON
L:OFF




89:;7
+12V72.63A
+5V72.2A
+5VSTB70.77A
+3.3V_TUNER70.5A

+5VSTB7239mA

H2

2P

H4
NC

2
1

=>:;7
+12V71.89A/8W,2.15A/10W
+5V7753mA

Title

Sheet

MSD3393

1.15V DC-DC

4
RD142
100K

EN

VIN

1.12V~1.18V 345671.158V
34:;7Irms=464.3mA Imax=575mA
5Vstb

10uF 10uF

CD99 CD100

FB

CD98

LD24

0.1uF

VIN

OUT/FB
100K

QD6 AO3407

2.2K

RD61

13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

Q104
3904

Document Number

DC-DC

GND
2

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

CD105

EN

RD62
270K

89:;7
+12V72.06A
+5V71.41A

BL-ADJUST
BL-ON/OFF

Size

Custom

Date:

100pF

<1A 5V Input--->Output 1.15V

3.3V DC-DC

FB

CD102 CD93 RD140


100K

CD104
100pF

VCCLCDFN

CD53

RD60
10K

QD7

0.1uF

<1A 5V Input--->Output 3.3V

3904

0R

H7
NC
A

Rev
1.0

- 27 -

3.14V~3.46V 345673.33V
,-.< 34:;7Irms=123.1mA Imax=288mA
5Vstb

LD26

0R

VCCLCDFN

CD52
10uF

RD63
4.7K

RD67

0R

10uF

RD68

3
2

3
2

GND
2

CD92 10uF 10uF


0.1uF

RD56

NC/0R

PANEL POWER
12VA

RD59

ON_PANEL

5VA

RD64
4.7K

1
2

3
2

3
2

3
2

1
2

GND
2

HDMI Interface
HDM I0-RX 0P
HDM I0-RX 0N
HDM I0-RX 1P
HDM I0-RX 1N
HDM I0-RX 2P
HDM I0-RX 2N
HDM I0-CLK N
HDM I0-CLK P
HDM I0-S C L
HDM I0-S D A
H D M I0 -H P D IN
HDM I1-RX 0P
HDM I1-RX 0N
HDM I1-RX 1P
HDM I1-RX 1N
HDM I1-RX 2P
H D M I1 -R X 2N
HDM I1-CLK N
HDM I1-CLK P
HDM I1-S C L
HDM I1-S D A
HDM I1-HP DIN
HDM I2-R X 0P
H D M I2-R X 0N
H D M I2-R X 1P
H D M I2-R X 1N
HDM I2-R X 2P
H D M I2-R X 2N
HDM I2-C LK N
H D M I2-C L K P
H D M I2-S C L
HDM I2-S D A
HDM I2-H P D IN
M H L _ CA B LE -D E T
H D M I-A R C
H D M I-C E C

HDM I0-RX 0P
HDM I0-RX 0N
HDM I0-RX 1P
HDM I0-RX 1N
HDM I0-RX 2P
HDM I0-RX 2N
HDM I0-CLK N
HDM I0-CLK P
HDM I0-S C L
HDM I0-S D A
H D M I0 -H P D IN
HDM I1-RX 0P
HDM I1-RX 0N
HDM I1-RX 1P
HDM I1-RX 1N
HDM I1-RX 2P
HDM I1-RX 2N
HDM I1-CLK N
HDM I1-CLK P
HDM I1-S C L
HDM I1-S D A
HDM I1-HP DIN
HDM I2-R X 0P
H D M I2-R X 0N
H D M I2-R X 1P
H D M I2-R X 1N
HDM I2-R X 2P
HDM I2-R X 2N
HDM I2-C L K N
HDM I2-C L K P
HDM I2-S C L
HDM I2-S D A
HDM I2-H P D IN
M H L _ CA B LE -D E T
H D M I-A R C
H D M I-C E C

47nF
47nF
47nF
47nF

RGB 0_R+
RGB 0_GRGB 0_G+
RGB 0_B +

33R C110

33R C174

3 3 R C105
68R C106
33R C108
33R C164
0R C162

47nF

47nF
CV B S 0+

CV B S 1+

47nF RGB 1_R+


47nF RGB 1_G47nF RGB 1_G+
47nF RGB 1_B +
1nF R GB 1_S OG

33R C 1 0 0
68R C104
3 3 R C103
33R C170

R138

V GA _HS Y N C
V GA _V S Y N C

R115

R123
R129
R130
R131
R111

R102
R103
R134
R135

PC & YPBPR Interface


V GA -R i n
V GA -Gi n
V GA -B i n
V GA _HS Y N C
V GA _V S Y N C
Y P bP r_P R
Y P bP r_Y
Y P bP r_P B

S ID E _A V

2.2uF

2.2uF
LINE IN _L1
LINE IN _R1

L IN E IN _ R 0

L IN E IN _ L 0

H D M I2-R X 1N
H D M I2-R X 1P
H D M I2-R X 2N
HDM I2-R X 2P
+3.3V _Norm al
HDM I1-CLK N
HDM I1-CLK P
HDM I1-RX 0N
HDM I1-RX 0P
HDM I1-RX 1N
HDM I1-RX 1P
HDM I1-RX 2N
HDM I1-RX 2P
V GA _HS Y N C
RGB 0_B +
RGB 0_G+
RGB 0_GRGB 0_R+
V GA _V S Y N C

V DDC

+3.3V
RGB 1_B
+ _Norm al
R GB 1_S OG
RGB 1_G+
RGB 1_GRGB 1_R+
C V B S 1+
CV B S 0+
C V B S _V C OM

U1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
RX1N_B
RX1P_B
RX2N_B
RX2P_B
AVDD_MOD
RXCN_A
RXCP_A
RX0N_A
RX0P_A
RX1N_A
RX1P_A
RX2N_A
RX2P_A
HSYNC0
BIN0P
GIN0P
GIN0M
RIN0P
VSYNC0
AVDD3P3_ADC
BIN1P
SOGIN1
GIN1P
GIN1M
RIN1P
VSYNC1
CVBS1
CVBS0
VCOM
CVBS_OUT1
VDDC
AVDD_AU33
AUR0
AUL0
AUR1
AUL1
VAG
VRM

M S D3393LU

R165
R166

M SD3393LU

0R

4.7K

C163
22nF

4.7K
4.7K

4
4.7K
.7K

R240
R240

SAR1
SAR0
AVDD_MOD
DP_P1
DM_P1
DP_P0
DM_P0
RESET
INT/GPIO64
IRIN
CEC
TEST
DDCA_CK
DDCA_DA
ARC
SPI_CK
SPI_CZ
SPI_DI
SPI_DO
PWM0
PWM1
HOTPLUG_A
HOTPLUG_C/D
LDE/LVB0M
LCK/LVB0P
LVB1M
LVB1P
LVB2M
LVB2P
AVDD_MOD
LVB3M
LVB3P
LVA0M
LVA0P
LVA1M
LVA1P
LVA2M
LVA2P

1 3 5 7

C30
10uF

5V stb

R280
R280

H11
H
4
3
2
1

KEY1
KEY0
_Norm al
US+3.3V
B 1_D+
U S B 1_DUS B 2_D+
U S B 2_DS ystem -R S T
V B L_CTR L
IR -i n
H D M I-C E C
U A R T-R X
UA R T-TX
H D M I-A R C
S P I_Fl a sh-S C K
S P I_Fl a sh-C S N
S P I_Fl a sh-S D I
S P I_Fl a sh-S D O
P WM 0
P WM 1
HDM I1-HP DIN
H D M I0-H P D IN
R 7 _RX O0R6_RX O0+
R5_RX O1R4_RX O1+
R3_RX O2R2_RX O2+
+3.3V _Norm al
G7_RX O3G6_RX O3+
G3_RX E 0G2_RX E 0+
G1_RX E 1G0_RX E 1+
B 7_RX E 2B 6_RX E 2+

A M P -M U TE
TU N E R _ S C L
TU N E R _ S D A

A RC_DE T

P WR -ON /OFF
P WM 0
P WM 1
V B L_CTR L

102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65

4p,GN
4
p ,GN D

KEY0
KEY1

IR -i n

4
4.7K
.7K

LE D_R
LE D_G

A M P -M U TE

RD52
RD53

RD49

RD47
RD48

KEY PAD

KEY&IR BOARD

+3.3V _Norm al

ARC_DETEAMP-MUTEFG56HI JAMP-MUTE56KLMPMNO56

A M P -M U TE
TU N E R _S C L
TU N E R _S D A

A RC_DE T

P WR -ON /OFF
B R I_A D J
ON _ P A N E L
V B L_CTR L

JPin57P() MHL_VBUS-EN KQDVD_ON/OFF

IFA GC -T

LE D_G
Q203
3904

V DDC
+1.8V _DDR2
+3.3V _Norm al

R133

Close to Mstar IC

3.3V -TU N E R

R128
10K

P WM 1
P WM 0

5V stb

R248

R236
4.7K
LE D_R

Q202
3904

CHIP_CONFIG
{IPAD_PWM1, PAD_PWM0}
B51_NO_EJ
4'h00

IFA GC

+3.3V _P LL
+3.3V _A DC

C168

C1

LINE IN _R0+3.3V _A U
L IN E IN _ L 0
LINE IN _R1
L IN E IN _ L 1
A U_V A G
A U_V RM

C169

A U _V R M
A U _V A G

0.1uF

C126
15pF

2.2uF

Y1

4.7K 1

+3.3V stb

27R

A RC_DE T
P WR-ON/OFF
S P DIF_OUT
B 2_RX E 3+
B 3_RX E 3B 4_RX E C+
B 5_RX E C-

DV D_A V

C176

L IN E IN _ L 4
LINE IN _R4

CV B S _V C OM
47nF

C175
2 .2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF

C167
2.2uF

0R

R132
1M

RP 11
S P I_Fl a sh-S C K
S P I_Fl a sh-C S N
S P I_Fl a sh-S D I
S P I_Fl a sh-S D O

2 4 6 8

C158
C158
0.1uF

R146

=?@ABCD

RP 33X 4

V C C -FLA S H

A V DD5V _M HL
HDM I2-HP DIN
HDM I2-S CL
HDM I2-S DA
M HL_CA B LE -DE T
HDM I1-S DA
HDM I1-S CL
HDM I0-S DA
HDM I0-S CL
+1.8V _DDR2
V DDC
A M P -M UTE
TUNE R_S DA
TUNE R_S CL

68R C111

D V D _ IN _ R

D V D _ IN _ L

C124
C124
C123

L100

XTAL
X TA LO R127
C1=C2=2*CL-5

C2

R239
R239

R278

N C /4 .7K
NC/4.7K

V DDC

X TA LI
X TA LO

R117

V GA -Lin_A U
V GA -R i n _ A U

S ID E _A V _L
S ID E _A V _R
2
2.2uF
.2uF
2.2uF

0.1uF

RSTU7130MS

S P D IF_OU T

US B 1_DU S B 1_D+

US B 2_DU S B 2_D+

C166 V IFM

0.1uF

C165 V IFP

C127
C127
C128

D201
B A V 99
C275
2.2uF

24.000M H z

R242
100R

C125
X TA LI
NOTE:       30PPM,
15pF

C125 C126 15PF    7.5PPM

LED
ON

LE D

IFA GC
V IFP
V IFM

CVBS IN & OUT

AUDIO IN
D V D _ IN _ L
D V D _ IN _ R
S ID E _A V _L
S ID E _A V _R
V GA -Lin_A U
V GA -R i n _ A U

D IF_P

Q201
3906
R231
1K
C277
1nF

R202
OFF

P WR -ON /OFF

C278
100pF

HDM I2-RX 0P
HDM I2-RX 0N
HDM I2-CLK P
HDM I2-CLK N
HDM I0-RX 2P
HDM I0-RX 2N
HDM I0-RX 1P
HDM I0-RX 1N
HDM I0-RX 0P
HDM I0-RX 0N
HDM I0-CLK P
HDM I0-CLK N
E-PAD
T es t
M AR K
M AR K
R X0P_B
R X0N _B
R XC P_B
R XC N _B
R X2P_D
R X2N _D
R X1P_D
R X1N _D
R X0P_D
R X0N _D
R XC P_D
R XC N _D
VD D C /AVD D L_D VI
GN D _EF U SE
AVD D _5V
H OT PLU G_B
D D C D B_C L
D D C D B_D A
M H L_D ET
D D C D A_D A
D D C D A_C L
D D C D C _D A
D D C D C _C L
VD D IO_D AT A
VD D C /D VD D _D D R _D AT A
SAR 2

LINE IN_L4
LINE IN_R4
LINE 3OUT_L
LINE 3OUT_R

LED      PWR-ON/OFF      

S P I_S C K
S P I_CS N
S P I_S D I
S P I_S D O

S P I_S C K

+3.3V stb

1K IR D A T

10R
10R

5V stb

1 K K E Y 0-i n
1K K E Y 1-i n

V DDC

VDDC 1.2V

C129
2.2uF
CC0603

+1.8V _DDR2

DDR2 1.8V

C120
2.2uF

3.3V

C153
C153
2 .2uF
2.2uF
CC0603

+3.3V _Norm al

LINE 3OUT_L

LINE 3OUT_R

C135
0.1uF

C121
0.1uF

C161
0.1uF

C122
C122
0.1uF

C141
0.1uF

C136
0.1uF

+3.3V _Norm al
L105
L105

C146
0.1uF

C152
0.1uF

R155
220K

RD58
NC/0R

C156
0.1uF

R7_RX O0R5_RX O1R3_RX O2B 5_RX E C G7_RX O3G3_RX E 0G1_RX E 1B 7_RX E 2B 5_RX E C B 3_RX E 3-

+3.3V _Norm al

L106

Rev
1.0

NC/0R

RD46

1K

RD41

C151
0.1uF

+3.3V _P LL

C142
0.1uF

+3.3V _Norm al

C159
2.2uF
CC0603

+3.3V _A D C

FB

FB

3.3V MPLL

of

OV E R D R IV E R

V C C -P anel

L C D _ OP #

P A N E L_ON /OFF
OV E R D R IV E R

RD51
NC/4.7K

+3.3V _Norm al

LINE OU T_A P M R

LINE OU T_A P M L

C147
0.1uF

L104

C155
C155
0.1uF

+3.3V _A U
FB

3.3V audio

C154
C154
0.1uF

C172
1nF

R153
220K

J1
2*20P in-2.0m m

LVDS CONNECTOR

R6_RX O0+
R4_RX O1+
R 2 _ R X O2+
B 4_RX E C +
G6_RX O3+
G2_RX E 0+
G0_RX E 1+
B 6_RX E 2+
B 4_RX E C +
B 2_RX E 3+

V C C -P anel

RD50
RD50
NC/4.7K

GND GND
RO0+ RO0RO1+ RO1RO2+ RO2ROC+ ROCRO3+ RO3RO4+ RO4GND GND
RE0+ RE0RE1+ RE1RE2+ RE2REC+ RECRE3+ RE3RE4+ RE4GND GND
GNDLCDOP
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
OP2
OP1

R282

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40

R281

4.7K

RD57
NC/0R

RD54 NC/33R
RD55 NC/33R

4.7K

P A N E L_ON /OFF

TU N E R _ S C L
TU N E R _ S D A

IR

J2

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

S heet

M AIN CHIP

MSD3393
Fri d a y, January 04, 2013

m ber
D oocum
cum ent Nu
Num

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39

Close to Mstar IC

C178
1nF

Audio Line Out

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

Ti tl e

Date:

C u stom

S i ze

- 28 -

DIF IN

D IF_N

U S B 2_DUS B 2_D+

R232
100K

5 V stb

R201

4.7K
U A RT_TX
U A RT_RX

S ystem -R S T

USB & SPDIF_OUT


US B 1_DUS B 1_D+
S P D IF_OU T

RESET
5V stb

R227
1M

R230
10K
C276
2.2uF
,-./01
*0234

DEBUG

ISP AND VGA EDID

4.7K
100R
100R

S P I_S D I
S P I_S C K
V C C -FLA S H
+3.3V stb

S P I_S D I

4.7K RD44
10R RD45

MUST pull high to 5VSTB

U A R T-TX R136
U A R T-R X R137

FLASH
5
6
7
8

10K RD42
10K RD43
CD50
100pF CD51
100pF

TF1 TF5
TF6
N C /TPTF7
TF8

U18
VDD

SI

SCK

HOLD#

E N 2 5 F32

CD47

FOR TEST
TF4
TF3
TF2
TF1

+3.3V stb

CE#
SO
WP#
VSS

CD49
1nF

CD48
1nF

4
FLA S H_WP 0N
3
S P I_S D O
2
S P I_CS N
1

R152
4.7K
2

S P I_CS N

R157
10K

S P I_S D O

!"#$%&'()*+

FLA S H_WP 0N

FLASH_WP      

33pF

FB

AU L4
AU R 4
AU OU T L3
AU OU T R 3
AU OU T L0
AU OU T R 0
IF AGC
VIF P
VIF M
AVD D 3P3_D AD C
AVD D 3P3_D M PLL
XIN
Xout
AVD D _M OD
VD D IO_C M D
VD D C /D VD D _D D R _C M D
GPIO0/GPIO44
GPIO1/GPIO45
GPIO2/GPIO46
GPIO3/GPIO47
GPIO4/GPIO48
GPIO5/GPIO49
LVA3P
LVA3M
LVAC KP
LVAC KM
3

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
2

132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
3
2

2
2
3

SPDIF_OUT

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3

YIN

1
2
PBIN
PRIN

3
4
5
6

LD13

RD107

RD100

LD15
LD16
LD17

FB_11_OHM_500MA
FB_11_OHM_500MA
FB_11_OHM_500MA

RD109
75R

RD103
10K

75R 75R 75R

SIDE_AV

SIDE_AV_L

R140

0.1uF

C710
+

J3

S
S
G

2
2

YPbPr_Y
YPbPr_PB
2

5VA

PH_L

PH_R

YPbPr_PR

EC702
100uF/16V

10R

R706

1K

RD128

1K

RD127

RCA

22R

22R

3
2
1

RD115

AMP_LIN

R141

SIDE_AV_R

EC74

220uF/16V

EC75

5V_EAR

220uF/16V

RD108
10K

CD54
33pF

R720
15K

AMP_RIN

AMP_LIN

10K

10K

10pF

CD65

FB_11_OHM_500MA

CD63
1000pF

CD64
1000pF

LD12

R702
10K

FB_11_OHM_500MA

10uF

RD114

AMP_RIN

J8

PC-15pin

15
5
10
14
4
9
13
3
8
12
2
7
11
1
6

GSCL

VGA_ARI

100pF 100pF

UART_TX
UART_TX

DVD_IN_R 2
DVD_IN_L 2

UART_RX 2

DVD_IN_R
DVD_IN_L

VGA-Lin_AU

VGA-Rin_AU

100R UART_RX

10K

RD99

R429R430

10K 10K

1RD7

QD3
3906

RD13

CD67

VGA_VSYNC
VGA_HSYNC

VGA-Bin

VGA-Gin 2

270K

220uF/16V

CD8

VGA-Rin

RD8

VSYNC
HSYNC

220R

VGAR

VGAB

RD96 10K

VGA_ALI
RD98

RD97 10K
CD60

10K

DVD-Rin
DVD-Lin

100pF

100R
100R
2

C459 C460

DVD_AV

QD1
3904

RD11
DD1

10K

IN4148

10uF

5VUSB1

CD66

5VUSB2

NC/10uF

VCC_AMP

4.7K

AV2 INPUT>

4.7K

MUTE

DD4
1.5A_FUSH
LD14
NC/1.5A_FUSH

100R

100R
100R

CN202

R
GND
L
GND
V
GND

MUTE

RD5

0R

HP_DET

5VA

Head Phone-MUTE

R906

RD1 47K
CD7
+
NC/220uF/16V

Q853
3904

R905
0R

USB1_D-

USB2_D-

USB1_D+

USB2_D+

RD78

100R

OTG_DM1

100R

RD71
RD72

OTG_DP1

RD95

RD74

IVS

GSCL

IHS
GBLU

6
5
4
3
2
1

100pF

VGAG

GRED

R427

R428
75R

MUTE Control

6pin-2.0mm

VCC_AMP

10K

RD4

QD2
3904

RD12
0R

0R

100R

RD94

10K RD79

RD77

GSDA

10K RD80

GSDA
GGRN

CD62

R425
R426

VGA INPUT

VGA Audio IN
J5

1
4
5
2
3
6

DVD_AR
DVD_AL
DVD_CVBS

10K

DVD_CVBS INPUT

DVD_AR
DVD_AL
DVD_CVBS

RD9

MUTE CONTROL

OFF

2 AMP-MUTE

ON

OTG_DP

OTG_DM

5VUSB1

J13

USB Interface
5V

RD83

SIDE_CVBS

SIDE-AU-L

SIDE-AU-R

RD69
120R
RD70
75R

RD124 PH_DET
100R

C727

R707
U702
PT2308P

R718
15K

5V

RD82
75R

5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

Closed to IC

J18

R715 0R

5V_EAR

10K

R708
10K

R713
10K
N54562955

D-

D-

5VUSB2

GND

D+

D+

RD81
75R

RD113

J7

YPbPr

YPBPR

J6

AV

SIDE AV

2 SPDIF_OUT

SPDIF Output
C557
NC/33pF

5
2
1
4
3

Head Phone
PH_R
PH_DET
PH_L

100K

RD118

+3.3V_Normal

Head Phone
C[/01`a#23456 MUTEFG
7`a8E95 
RD123
100K

LINEOUT_APML

C708
10uF

10uF

10

GND

2
2

21
DATA2+
DATA2 SHIELD
DATA2DATA1+
DATA1 SHIELD
DAT1ADATA0+
23
DATA0 SHIELD
DATA0CLK+
CLK SHIELD
CLK22
CEC
NC
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V POWER
HOT PLUG
HDMI

20

J10

HDMI1/ARC
21

23

22

20

J14

HDMI

DATA2+
DATA2 SHIELD
DATA2DATA1+
DATA1 SHIELD
DAT1ADATA0+
DATA0 SHIELD
DATA0CLK+
CLK SHIELD
CLKGND1
CEC
GND2
NC
GND3
SCL
GND3
SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V POWER
HOT PLUG

DD7

R768

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

0R

0R

HDMI_CEC
HDMI_ARC

AL+

AR+

DDC1BSCL
DDC1BSDA

RX1B2P
RX1B2N
RX1B1P
RX1B1N
RX1B0P

RX1B0N
RX1BCLKP

RD106

RD105
10K

5V_HDM1

RX1BCLKN

2 HDMI0-HPDIN

HDMI2-RX0P
HDMI2-RX0N

HDMI2-RX2P
HDMI2-RX2N
HDMI2-RX1P
HDMI2-RX1N

HDMI2_RX0P
HDMI2_RX0N

HDMI2-CLKP
HDMI2-CLKN

HDMI2_RX2P
HDMI2_RX2N
HDMI2_RX1P
HDMI2_RX1N

HDMI2_CLKP
HDMI2_CLKN

HDMI2/5V

RD171

RD101
1K
HOTPLUG_1

DDC1BSCL
DDC1BSDA
HDMI1/5V

2
QD11
5VA
4.7K
1
3904

DD3

RX1B2P
RX1B2N
RX1B1P
RX1B1N
RX1B0P
RX1B0N
RX1BCLKP
RX1BCLKN

RD102

22K

22K

330K

OUTNR

HDMI0-RX2P 2
HDMI0-RX2N 2
HDMI0-RX1P 2
HDMI0-RX1N 2
HDMI0-RX0P 2
HDMI0-RX0N 2
HDMI0-CLKP 2
HDMI0-CLKN 2
HDMI0-SCL 2
HDMI0-SDA 2

AVDD5V_CD

RD170

28

27

25

26

24

23

21

22

20

19

18

17

CD33

CD26

100R

4.7K

HDMI3-HPD

33R
33R

RD84
1K

HDMI_ARC

4.7K

3
4

UD15

HDMI-CEC

ARC_DET

HDMI2-HPDIN

0.1uF

CD162

HDMI2/5V

HDMI2-HPDIN

HDMI-ARC

(:Y,-.12:

33R

HDMI-ARC

RD90 220R

R727
10K

RD168

OUT

MC2110 ?.@

FLG
EN

IN

$HDMI port IChotplug :Y

HDMI2-HPD

HDMI_CEC

CD57
2.2uF

R726

ARC

5V_HDM1

HDMI2-SCL
HDMI2-SDA

5Vstb

RD173
10K

MHL_CD_SENSE

HDMI3-DDC-SCL
HDMI3-DDC-SDA

22K

22K

+3.3Vstb

4pin-2.54mm

1
2
3
4

J17

+12V_NORMAL

RD93

RD91

5V_HDM3

DD2

BAT54C

VCC_AMP LD3

ROUT+
ROUTLOUTLOUT+

56R-4A
> V=0.01V

ROUT+

RD25
NC/10K

RD23
GAIN0 10K

GAIN1

HDMI1-SCL
HDMI1-SDA

MSD3393

Sheet

YPBPR VGA IN & AV IN

Document Number

Thursday , January 24, 2013

of

2012.11.22*K\]+::Y

10uF

RD24
10K

RD22
NC/10K

2.2uF

CD32

ROUTCD28
2.2uF

CD22
2.2uF
LOUT-

LOUT+
CD20
2.2uF

5VA

HDMI3/5V

MHL_CABLE-DET

RD89
10K

33uH

+ CD11
100uF/16V

LOUT# LD5

CD21

33uH

0.22uF

LD9 33uH

0.22uF

CD30

LD8 33uH

LD7

VCC_AMP

0.22uF

ROUT#

0.22uF

0.22uF

UD30:56 pin28

VCC_AMP

RD92

5V_HDM3

CD24

CD16
0.22uF

HDMI1-HPDIN

BSPL

PGND

16

15

CD35 + CD36
100uF/16V
0.1uF
UD30:56pin15

CD161

MHLIC 12: !B"#5V STB,R709B"47K

10K

RD169 RD167

47K

RD165
RD166

ICMHL R709/R71012HDMI2/5V,:10K

HDMI2-DDC-SCL
HDMI2-DDC-SDA

RD104

5V_HDM1

BAT54C

HDMI2-RX2P
HDMI2-RX2N
HDMI2-RX1P
HDMI2-RX1N

HDMI2-RX0P
HDMI2-RX0N

HDMI2-CLKP
HDMI2-CLKN

MHL_CD_SENSE

47nF

CD160

HDMI1-RX2P

HDMI1-RX2N
HDMI1-RX1P

HDMI1-RX1N
HDMI1-RX0P

HDMI1-RX0N
HDMI1-CLKP

HDMI1-CLKN

OUTPL

PVCCL

LINP

SD

LINN

PGND

PVCCL

GAIN0

BSNL

OUTNL

FAULT

GAIN1

GVDD

BSPR

OUTPR

BSNR

AVCC

PLIMIT

AGND

RINN

PVCCR

PVCCR

RINP
NC

PBTL

QD10
3904

&ICMHL' $():YC[

AVDD5V_MHL

4.7R

$%$

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

UD3
9108/TPA3113D2

89:;<=
HDMI3-RX2N
HDMI3-RX1P

HDMI3-RX2P

HDMI3-RX1N
HDMI3-RX0P

HDMI3_RX2P

HDMI3_RX1N
HDMI3_RX0P

MUTETI 1

HDMI3-CLKN

HDMI3-RX0N
HDMI3-CLKP

HDMI3_RX2N
HDMI3_RX1P

RD14
0R

HDMI3_RX0N
HDMI3_CLKP
HDMI3_CLKN

MUTE

1uF

C738

1uF

CD15 1uF

AL+

RD172

ICMHL layout HDMI port,spacing /S/ spacing /S/ spacing = 10/10/5/10/10,:K5.1R

HDMI3/5V

HDMI2/5V

HDMI1/5V
HOTPLUG_1

HDMI3-HPD

HDMI3-DDC-SCL
HDMI3-DDC-SDA

HDMI3_CLKN
HDMI_CEC

HDMI3_RX0N
HDMI3_CLKP

HDMI3_RX1N
HDMI3_RX0P

HDMI3_RX2N
HDMI3_RX1P

HDMI3_RX2P

BAT54C

NC/0R

AVDD5V_CD

HDMI2-HPD

HDMI2-DDC-SCL
HDMI2-DDC-SDA

HDMI2_CLKN
HDMI_CEC

HDMI2_RX0N
HDMI2_CLKP

HDMI2_RX1N
HDMI2_RX0P

HDMI2_RX2P
MHL_CD_SENSE
HDMI2_RX2N
HDMI2_RX1P

HDMI2/MHL

20
21
22
23

HDMI2/5V 5Vstb

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

$%$

HDMI3
J9

HDMI

DATA2+
DATA2 SHIELD
DATA2DATA1+
DATA1 SHIELD
DAT1ADATA0+
DATA0 SHIELD
DATA0CLK+
CLK SHIELD
CLK20
21 GND1 CEC
GND2
NC
22
GND3
SCL
23
GND3 SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V POWER
HOT PLUG

R776

R777

9108/3113(3110)/2113
AMP_LIN

AMP_RIN

AR+
C739

CD27 1uF
RD20
RD21 10K
10K
CD29 1uF
CD31 1uF

GAIN0
VCC_AMP
GAIN1
RD18 0R
CD23 1uF

1
JD1
AMP_3113

Title

Size

Custom

Date:

Rev
1.0

- 29 -

GND

75R

3
2

16
17
7

10pF CD68

C709

3
2

HP_DET
CD73
1uF

R714
0R

CLOSE TO IC

LINEOUT_APMR

10pF CD70

Near MST.IC

11

12

:;`a87
<SUD3=; TDA3113 E TDA2113 T RD21=10K
<SUD3=; 9108 T RD21NC

CD10
0.1uF

USB-2A-03

R769

NC/22K

5
IN2+

10pF CD69

Ground in the middle of the L/R

R778

NC/22K

7
2

VDD
OUT1
1

OUT2
IN1-

IN2IN1+
3

PRE-AMP:PT2308

CLOSE TO IC

NC/100K

GND

29

NC/200pF

R716

GND
4

NC/200pF
NC/100K
C726
R705
C725

8
8

7
7
7

8
8

RFIN

RFIN

CD134
120pF

DD6
CD137
NC/BAV99W
150pF

CD136
82pF

3.3V_TUNER

RD158
0R

2
3
4
5

VCCRF
RFin
NC
NC

Test2

Test1

GNDDIG1

AS_XTSel

GNDDIG0

220nF

GNDDIG2

8.2nH_110mA
CD133

100nF

CD146
3.3V_TUNERCD141
20pF

TUNER_SDA
TUNER_SCL

LD30

6.8nF

IRQ

V_Sync

XTOUT1

XTOUT2

GNDDIG3

IFn

IFP

GNDIF

VCCIF

V_IF_AGC

100nH_150mA

CD142

30
29

3.3V_TUNER

28
27

CD138
6.8nF

IF-IN+

26
25

IF-IN-

CD145
220nF

24
23
22
21

430R

RD160

CD144
2.7nF

RD159
1k

IF_AGC0

IF-IN+

IF-IN-

R145 0R

R144 0R

220uF/16V

EC12
+

332mA MAX:360MA

C144

silicon tuner 
3.3V_TUNER

C138

10uF

DIF_N_F0

DIF_P_F0

0.1uF

C137

0.1uF

C140

0.1uF

C143
NC/100pF

C145
NC/100pF

Date:

Custom

Size

Title

TU_SDA
TU_SCL

C160

R147
NC/1.5K IF_AGC0

0.1uF

R154
1K

NC

R167

of

IFAGC-T

+3.3V_Normal

C253

1uF

TUNER_SDA
TUNER_SCL

NC/4.7K

R149

3.3V_TUNER

NC/4.7K

NC/68R
NC/68R

Sheet

MSD3393

TUNER

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Document Number

NC/33pFNC/33pF

C149 C150

R150
R151

Tuner I2C R148

NC/6.8nF

C148

UD12
NC/ST18WM-4A-E(CD)-MXL601

13
GND
12
GND
11
GND
10
GND

ABSilicon Tuner

3.3V_TUNER

DIF_P

DIF_N

IF-IN+
IF-IN-

3.3V_TUNER

UD13

TDA18273

YD1

CD143

2.2nH 1000mA

20pF

16MHz
RD161 22R
RD162 22R

ANT
3.3V
SCL
SDA
GND
GPIO1
IF_N
IF_P
IF_AGC

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

TU_SCL
TU_SDA

CD153
33pF

2.4nH_220mA

120pF

CD135

Silicon Tuner 18273

UD11

1
5

CD163

6
7
8
9
10

CD132

CD152

Rev
1.0

- 30 -

31
VHFSupply

LD28

34
VHFH

40

33pF

VCCSYN

32
VHFL
VTUN
19

CP
20

VCCRF Filter

LD29

36
UHFL

LD27

UHFH
Test1

39
RFAGC_Sense

41
test11

33

100nF

VHFSens
GNDSYNT
18

CAPREGVCO
17

1nF

CD149

220nH 120mA

35
16

Xtalnot
15

General Vcc decoupling

CD148
0.1uF

3.3V_TUNER

0.047uF

3.3V_TUNER

CD147
0.047uF

LD31

37
UHFSupply
Xtal
14

330nH 140mA
CD140

38
13

SDA
12

LD32

3.3V_TUNER 3.3V_TUNER

1uF

Each of these Vcc pins of TDA18273 is decoupled by a


single capacitor (pin 1, 16, 27, 35)

CD139

CapRFAGC

SCL
11

10PF

4
3
2

Service Manual
Model No.:

7-2 .Wiring Connection Diagram

3
2

NO.N
1
2
3
4

ame
Connection Wire(For Speaker)
Connection Wire(Power For Mainboard)
LVDS Wire
Connection Wire(For Remote and Keyboard)

- 31 -

Service Manual
Model No.:

8. Measurements and Adjustments


1. PICTURE MENU
In this menu,you can adjust the picture options,
such as contrast, brightness, etc.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.
TV

Picture
Audio

Setup

Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Tint
Color
Color Temperature
Advaced Video

Note:
1) Audio language is available in ATSC/TVmode only.
2) Auto volume is available only when the input signal
volume is too large or there is distortion.

Energy Saving
50
50
50
50
50

3. SETUP menu
In this menu, you can adjust the Menu language,
Closed Caption, adjust the sleep timer, time zone,
Restore Default, etc.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.

Lock

TV

MENU Back

Move

OK

ENTER

Picture

Note:
1) If you want to adjust contrast, brightness, color, and
sharpness, the picture mode will be set to user.
2) Adjust the color tempertaure to Cool to give the white colors
a blue tint, Normal to give the white colors a neutral tint, Warm
to give the white colors a red tint.
Energy Saving picture mode is the default setting, if you select
some other options, the power consumption may change.

Audio

Setup

English

Menu Language
Closed Caption
Steep Timer
Time Zone
DST
Time Format
Clock
Restor Default
Software Update

off
Pacific
off
12-hour

Lock

MENU Back

Move

OK

ENTER

3.1 Closed Caption


1.1 VGA Setting
When a PC is connected, you can adjust the VGA settings.
1) H-Pos: Adjust the horizontal position of the screen.
2) V-Pos: Adjust the vertical position of the screen.
3) Clock: Fine tune the screen width.
4) Phase: Fine tune the phase of the screen. Usually you
don't adjust this item.
5) Auto: Auto adjust to fit the screen.

CC Mode

CC On

Basic Selection CC1


Advanced Selection Servicel
Option

OK

VGA Setting
H-Pos

50

V-Pos

38

Clock

50

Phase

17

1) CC Mode: Switch the closed caption mode.


2) Advanced selection: only available in ATSC.
3) Option: Used to edit the CC font.
Note:
1) Restore Default: Restore Default will clear all the
saved channels and reset all of the settings to the
factory default values.

Auto
OK

Cancel

2.AUDIO menu
In this menu, you can ajust the sound options.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.
TV

Picture

Audio

Setup

Sound Mode
Bass
Treble
Balance
MTS
Digital Output
Surround Sound
Audio Only
Auto Volume

Standard
50
50
50
Stereo
RAW
Off
Off
Off

Lock

MENU Back

Move

OK

ENTER

- 32 -

OPERATION
4.LOCK MENU
In this menu, you can change the password and adjust
the vchip settings.
Enter the password, to enter the lock menu. The
factory default password is 0000.
TV

-----

Setup

2) MPAA: Switching the movie-rating control level;


N/A, G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17, X.

Enter Password
OK

Rating

Picture

Audio

And use the OK key to lock/unlock Parental


Controls .

System Lock
US
Canada
RRT Setting
Reset RRT
Change Password

G
PG
Age PG-13

Lock
MENU Back

Move

OK

ENTER

4.1 Change Password


1)Old password: Input the old password.
2)New password: Input the new password.
3)Confirm password: Input the new password again.
4.2 System Lock
When the System Lock switch is ON, the options
listed below can be adjusted.
4.3 US
Press OK to display the following screen.

R
NC-17
X

Description
General audiences, All Ages admitted
Parental Guidance suggested. Some material may not be
Suitable for children.
Parents strongly cautioned. Some material .may be
Inappropriate for children under 13.
Restrict. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult
guardian(age varies in some jurisdictions)
No one 17 and under admitted.
X is an older rating that is unified with NC-17 but may be
encoded in the data of older movies.

4.4 Canada
Press OK , to display the following screen.

Canada
Canada Eng
Canada Fre

US
TV
MPAA
OK

OK

1) Canada English: Switching the English rating control


level: EXEMPT, C, C8+, G, PG, 14+, 18+.

1) TV: Press OK display the following screen.


TV RATING
ALL
FV
V
S
L
D
OK

- 33 -

OPERATION
Description

Rating

TV

E
C

C8+

Age PG

14+

18+

Exempt: Includes news, sports, documents and other information


programming: talk shows, music videos, and variety programming.
Children: Intended for younger children under the age of 8 years.
Pays careful attention to themes that could threaten their sense of
securityand well-being.
Children over 8 years old: Contains no portrayal of violence as the
preferred, acceptable, or only way to resolve conflict; nor encourage
children to imitate dangerous acts which they may see on the screen .
General: Considered acceptable for all age groups, Appropriate
viewing for the entire family, contains very little violence, physical,
verbal or emotional.
Parental Guidance: Intended for a general audience, but may not be
suitable for younger children (under the age of 8) because it could
contain controversial themes or issues.
Over 14 Years: Could contain themes where violence is one of the
dominant elements of the storyline But it must be integral to the
devel opment of plot or character. Language usage could be profane
and nudity , present within the context of theme.
Adults: Intended for viewers 18 years and older and might contain
depictions of violence, which while related to the development of
plot, character or themes, are intended for adult viewing. Could
contain graphic language and portrayals of secretary and nudity.

Picture

Audio

Cable

Air/Cable
Auto Scan
Favorite
Show/Hide
DTV Signal
e-Manual

Setup

Lock

MENU Back

Move

OK

ENTER

5.1 Air/Cable:
Select Air TV signal or cable TV signal.
5.2 Channel Scan:
If it's the first time you use the TV, you should scan all
the TV channels first.
Press OK to confirm and to display the following
screen.
Air/Cable
Channel Scan

Cable

TV
Enter
Picture

Audio

2) Canada French: Switching the French-rating control


level: E, G, 8ANS+, 13 ANS+, 16ANS+, 18ANS+.

Setup

Favorite
Show/Hide
DTV Signal
e-Manual

Lock

Rating

MENU Back

Description

Exempt programming

General :All ages and children, contains minimal direct violence,


but may be integrated into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic
manner .

8ans+
Age
13ans+

OK

ENTER

Status Scanning
Analog Channels:

Digital Channels:

General but inadvisable for young children :May be viewed by a


wide public audience, but could contain scenes disturbing to
children under 8 who cannot distinguish between imaginary and
real situations. Recommended for viewing with paren.
Over 13 years: Could contain scenes of frequent violent scenes
and in tense violence.

Move

5 %...
MENU

16ans+ Over 16 years: Could contain frequent violent scenes and violence.
18ans+ Over 18 years: Only for adult viewing. Could contain frequent
violent scenes and extreme violence.

4.5 RRT setting


In ATSC digital TV mode, it can be adjusted
4.6 Reset RRT:
Press OK to reset the RRT settings to the factory
default values.
5. TV MENU
In this menu, you can adjust digital and analog TV
Channels.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.

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5.3 Favorite:
Press OK to choose/delete favorite channels.
5.4 Show/Hide
Press OK to display/ hide the current channel.
5.5 DTV signal
Display the DTV signal strength . It can't be selected or
adjusted.
5.6 e-Manual
The use of user guide

Service Manual
Model No.:

8.1 How to enter into the factory model


1. You can press "source-2-5-8-0" to go into factory setting. Presse the key "exit"
to shut the factory setting.

content:
1: ADC setup: set ADC value of YUV,VGA. It can also be auto-set. Adopt 100%
color bar to yuv and Checkerboard signal to vga.
2:Adjust the brightness and contrast ratio of each signal, which do not affect the
value of user's menu.
3: adjust the color temperature and white balance of each signal source.
4: SSC to adjust the spectrum for passing the EMC test.
5:special set
1)2hour off-- for Aging test
2)WDT --watch dog
3)white pattern --set pure color output for the panel, used at the checking and
aging test for panel.
4)reset
5)set the recorder
6)set power-on screen display.
6:QMAP adjust :adjust color quality.
7:PEQ set sound EQ
8:sw information: to check the sofeware information
9:UART DEBUG : Access to serial port and connect a computer if set to HK.
10:BMTEST :cpu check the CPU
The last line is SW Ver.No

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Model No.:

8.2 How to update software


Haier MSD3393 F/W upgrade with USB SOP
Step 1: Ready for F/W Upgrade
1.1 Prepare a USB memory .
&RS\WKHVRIWZDUHOH PHUJELQ IURP\RXUFRPSXWHUWRWKH86%PHPRU\DQGUHPRYH
it from computers USB port!
Step 2: F/W Upgrade
2.1 AC ON

2.2,then input USB , press "MENU" and choose "update software", and then press "OK".

2.3,Now you should choose "Yes",TV begin to update.You should reset TV after update.

Note: When Upgrade on the process, please dont Power-Off!

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Model No.:

8.3 How to enter into the hotel model


1. You can press "source-1-0-0-1" to go into the hotel model. Presse the key "exit"
to shut the hotel model.

Content:

1.Hotel Mode: Hotel mode switch


2.Panel Key Lock: Panel key lock
3.Max Volume: Hotel mode can adjust the maximum volume
4.Start Source: Hotel mode locking TV signal source
5.Start Channel: Hotel mode locking program channels
6.Start Menu Display: Hotel Mode menu is displayed
7.Input Source Change: Hotel mode is to display the Source
8.Save to USB: TV related equipment will be copied to the system, U disk ,
to other machines used for cloning
9.Loaking: U disk data will be cloned into the machine
10.Volume Default

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Model No.:

9. Trouble shooting
9-1. Simple check

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Change LVDS wire

Yes

Check if there is +12V at


Pin35 in CN204

Yes

Check if there is aboat


+3V at PIN2,PIN3 of CN102

No picture but
have sound

9-2. Main board failure check

No

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Still having
problems

the

Replace the main board.

Replace
Q101

No

Change Panel

Model No.:

Service Manual

No

Still having problems

Check the
speakers

Check if there is output at Pin1


Pin2 Pin3 Pin4 of CN807

Yes

No

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Change Mainboard

Check if there is input at Pin3 Pin12 of U705

Yes

No

No

No

No

Change L707L708
L709L710

Change U705

Change FB1

check the signal input


circuit of C738, C739
and EC807,EC812

check the signal input


circuit of L203, L205

Check the input source

Check if there is +12V at Pin15 and Pin28 of U705

Yes

Check if there is input at C738 C739

Yes

Check if there is signal at L203 and L205

Yes

Check if there is
sound input signal

No sound but have picture

Model No.:

Service Manual

Change
Mainboard

Yes

Check if the voltage pressure of


L101(1.3V), L102(1.8V),
L103(3.3V),

Yes

Check if there is voltage


pressure in the CN101.
pin7/pin85V
pin12/pin1312V

Yes

Check if the voltage


pressure of CN101 Pin5 is high
voltage pressure (More than 2.5V)

No sound No picture

No

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No

No

Change U101,U102 or U105

Change Main board

Change U1

Replace Remote
Control Board or
key board.

other:
can' t control
Yes

No

No

Chang
U1

Yes

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Connect the
power cord to the
socket

Still having
problems

No

Change
Mainboard

Chang U101 or U102 or U105


or D101

Replace the Power board

Check if L1011.3V
L1021.8VL103
3.3VD1012.5Vis
working

pressure in pin6 of CN101(5V),

Check if there is voltage

Yes

Check if the power cord


is correctly connected

No sound No picture No light

No

Change sound system

Still having
problems

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Update the software and


make the reboot;
or change the
Mainboard

For ease of use, recommend that customer format the picture and sound
settings in the automatic option.

Verify if sound system is


correct .

Poor sound

Poor sound

Still having
problems

Refer to relative
instructions in the
Manual for color adjust

Yes

check out of picture


and sound system

Yes

Verify if the same


problem exists in
other channels

No color for some


channel program (black
and white)

Change the channel to the right


sound system (PAL-M/N NTSC-M)

Check out of picture and sound


system of this channel

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Updata the software and


make the reboot;
or change the maiboard

No

No

No color for some channel program (black and white)

Still having
problems

Check if there is 5V
at pin7/pin8,and 12V at
Pin12/pin13 in CN101.

Yes

Check if there is high


level (2.5V-5.0V) at
Pin5 in CN101.

Yes

Power on and check if


5V standby on the
Power board exists ?

Yes

Check if the power cord


connect well?

Replace the Power board.

Replace U1

Check if the break in the power


circuit

Reconnect the power cord with


the outlet to Power board.

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Check if Main board / LVDS wire / Panel are


in good condition ?

No

No

No

No

How to know whether the Power board is broken?

1. check if the voltage input and output of blacklight power is working normally.
2.Verify if the Mainboard output the right On/Off signal to power board.
3.Verify if the Mainboard output the LVDS singalto panel T-con board.
4.Verify if the software is the right version of this model.
5.Change the LVDS wire to check if its broken.

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1.Verify if the power cord connect well?


2.check if the power supply if working normally ; check if the power supply of
+5Vstandby is working normally;
3. check if the POWER ON/OFF voltage is high pressure;
4.check if the power supply have +12V/+5V output;
5.Check if Main board / LVDS wire / Panel are in good condition ?

Power board not work

Panel not work

1.check if the power supply have 12V and 5V output.


2.Verify if the DC/DC convertors have the right output (5V,3.3V,2.5V,1.8V,1.32V).
3.Verify if the Mainchip(MSD3391DS), DDR2, AudioAMPsolder well;
4.Verify if the FLASH(U17) has the right software and work well;
5.Verify if the Y1(Crystal) has the right frequency

3. Other problem
Mainboardnot work

Service Manual
Model No.:

9-3. Pannel failure


Failure Mode
Part

Name

Description

V B/D

Vertical bar

V Dim

Vertal gray line

V L/D

Vertical color
line(light or dark
forever)

H B/D

Horizontal bar

H Dim

Horizontal gary
line

H L/D

Horizontal
line(light or dark
forever)

TCP

Phenomena

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Failure cause
Block Defect :TCP cracking or cracking
Dim or L/D :TCP Sunken
:TCP lead cracking
:ACF bonding short
:Awful environment and
something electric enter
into LCD
:Mis-align between TCP and
Panel
:Panel failure
:TCP failure

Service Manual
Model No.:

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

Dot Defect

Bright dot dark dot in


pannel

Failure cause
Incoming Inspection
Standard

Bladder between Polarizer


and top glass
Polarizer Bubble

Bladder in Polarizer

Panel or
Polarlzer

Tine or rigidity arose


Polarizer Scratch Polarizer Scratch

Eyewinker inside Polarizer


F / M i n s i d e Eyewinker inside
Polarizer
Polarizer

Abnormal Display Abnormal Display


Circuit
Flashing

Bright and dark


display alternately

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1.Chip lose action


2.IC ahort or jointiog bad
3.Pannel and vsc connect
bad

Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part

Name
White Screen

Description
Phenomena
B/L normal,
only white screen
display

Black Screen

B/L normal,
only Black screen
display

FIIcker

Crosstalk

Failure cause

Maybe caused
by surge current
and EDS

LCD
Vcom imbalance
Circuit
Abnormal Color

Abnormal Color

Only
color abormal

Capacitance
improper bring
crosstalk inside
LCD pannel

Only
color abnormal

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1.Chip
lose action
2.IC short or
jointion bad
3.Pannel and vsc
connect bad

Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part

Name
Mechanlcal
Nolse

Description
Phenomena
When
turn panel,appear
cacophony

Ripple

Connectric circle

B/L off

B/L lose action

*Connect
badness
between wire and
electrode

B/L dark

B/L brightness
darker than
normal

*Connect
badnessShort
between wire and
electrode

B/L
wire damaged

B/L
wire damaged

B/L wire open

Without backlight

B/L shut down

B/L shutdown in
sometime

F/M

F/M
inB/L ,white,balck
Rotundity
or wirelike

Operation
abnormal
or systemic noise
Operation
abnormal
or systemic noise
Short bitween
lamp housing and
wire, Because
consume power
too much
F/M in B/L unit

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Failure cause
Caused
by Mechanica
noise of backlight
unit
Causeed by
between
mechanism and
pannel

Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part

Name
Light leakage

Mechanlcal or B/
L
Uniformity

Mount hole

Description
Phenomena
Brightness
at bottom of LCM
brighter
than normal

Failure cause
B/L unit badness

B/L brightness
asymmetric

Sheet in B/L unit


is uneven

Lack screw
or screw damage

*Lack screw
Screw damage

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Sincere Forever

Haier Group
Haier Industrial Park, No.1, Haier Road
266101, Qingdao, China
http://www.haier.com

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