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Training Presentation

Advanced Dual Scan PDP Troubleshooting

60PC1D

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Contact Information

Troubleshooting

Customer Service (and Part Sales)


Technical Support (and Part Sales)

(800) 243-0000
(800) 847-7597

USA Website (GCSC)


Customer Service Website

aic.lgservice.com
us.lgservice.com

LG CS Academy

lgcsacademy.com

Published March 2007 by LG Technical Support and Training


Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Troubleshooting

Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print)


IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information in this training manual is intended for use by persons
possessing an adequate background in electrical equipment, electronic
devices, and mechanical systems. In any attempt to repair a major
Product, personal injury and property damage can result. The
manufacturer or seller maintains no liability for the interpretation of this
information, nor can it assume any liability in conjunction with its use.
When servicing this product, under no circumstances should the
original design be modified or altered without permission from LG
Electronics. Unauthorized modifications will not only void the warranty,
but may lead to property damage or user injury. If wires, screws, clips,
straps, nuts, or washers used to complete a ground path are removed
for service, they must be returned to their original positions and
properly fastened.
Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print)

Troubleshooting

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

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print)

Troubleshooting

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

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print)

Troubleshooting

REGULATORY INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; Increase
the separation between the equipment and the receiver; Connect the
equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than that to which the receiver
is connected; or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print)


COMPLIANCE
The responsible party for this devices compliance is:

LG Electronics Alabama, Inc.


201 James Record Road,
Huntsville, AL, 35824.

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Troubleshooting

Safety Rules

PLASMA Overview

Troubleshooting

Safety & Handling Regulations


1. Approximately 10 minute pre-run time is required before any adjustments are performed.
2. Do not adjust for higher or lower voltage ( Refer to Voltage Sticker inside the Panel ) than is specified for the product.
3. Be cautious of electric shock from the PDP module since the PDP module uses high voltage, it is recommended that you
should not touch the Power Supply or Drive circuits for at least one minute because of residual current stored.
4. C-MOS circuits are used extensively for processing the Drive Signals and should be protected from static electricity.
5. The PDP Module must be carried by two people.
6. Be careful of short circuits when measuring voltages.
7. Be cautious of screws and other metal objects to prevent a short in the circuitry.

Checking Point before Requesting MODULE Repair


1. Check the appearance of Panel and boards.
2. Check the model label. Verify model names and board model matches.
3. Check details of defective condition and history.
Ex) COF long 2-1 fail, address 1 line open, Y b/d trouble, Mal-discharge on screen.

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Troubleshooting Steps

Troubleshooting

Define, Localize, Isolate and Correct

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

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Troubleshooting

Overview of Topics to be Discussed


1. Disassembly Instructions, Circuit Board Layout, and Identification
2. Circuit Board Operation, Troubleshooting and Alignment :
Switch mode Power Supply
Y SUS Board
Y Drive Board
Z SUS Board
Control Board
X Drive Boards

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Troubleshooting

This section of the manual will discuss Disassembly, Layout and Circuit
Board Identification, of the 60PC1D Dual Scan Plasma Display Panel.
Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better
understanding of the disassembly procedures, the layout of the printed
circuit boards and be able to identify each board.
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Disassembly Procedure
60PC1D

Troubleshooting

To remove the Back Cover remove the 40 screws as shown ( the stand will not need to be removed )

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Circuit Board Layout

Troubleshooting

60PC1D First Generation


Top X Boards

SMPS Board
6709V00016A
Y Drive
Boards

Y SUS
Board

Z SUS
Board

Control Board
STB
Supply

PFC / Standby
6709V00017A

AC/DC
Board
6709V00018A

Main Board
EBT32634401

Bottom X Boards

Bottom X Boards

Note : The Power Supply Circuit consists of 3 PCBs in Generation 1 and 2 PCBs in Generation 2
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Circuit Board Layout

60PC1D Second Generation

Troubleshooting

Note: The Early Version prior to ( March / April 2007 ) had the
AC/DC Supply Board in this Position

SMPS
EAY32961901
Control Board
EBT32929501
PFC / Standby
EAY32961801

The Power Supply and Control Boards are not interchangeable


From one Generation to the other.

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Circuit Board Layout

60PC1D

Input Jacks
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Troubleshooting

Disassembly Procedure 60PC1D

Troubleshooting

AC/DC Board Removal


Remove Cables P801 ( AC Input Cable ), P8015A ( P-CTL, Rush, 12V ), P8017A ( PFC B+, B- ) and
P8016A ( Standby B+, AC Detect ). Remove 6 screws securing the Board.
PC Boards appearing on this list Contain CMOS Semi Conductors and are ESD Sensitive
Power Supply PFC (pulse Frequency coefficient) Board Removal
Remove Cables P8017B ( PFC B+, B- ), P8016B ( Standby B+, AC Detect ), P8015B ( P-CTL, RUSH, 12V ),
P801A ( AC ON, P- CTL, ST 5V, GND, VS ON, 5V MNT, POD ), P804 ( 5V MNT, POD, GND, RUSH, VSON ),
and P803A ( PFC+, AC GND, 18V ). Remove 6 screws securing the Board.
SMPS Board Removal
Remove Cables P803B ( PFC B+, AC GND, 18V ), P804B ( POD, GND, RUSH, VSON ), P801B ( 19V, 19V,
GND, GND, 6V, GND, 3.4V, GND, 12V, GND ), P800B ( 3.4V, 3.4V, GND, GND, 6V, 6V, GND, GND,
12V, 12V, GND, GND ), P8012 ( 5VDC, GND ), and P8011 ( VA, GND, VS ).
Remove 8 screws securing the Board.
Z SUS Board Removal
Remove Cables P12 ( 5V, 5V, GND, GND, GND, GND, GND, NC, VA, VA, VS, VS ), P1 (GND, GND, 5V, VA ),
P9 ( GND, GND, 5V, VA). Remove 7 screws securing the Board.

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Disassembly Procedure 60PC1D

Troubleshooting

Y SUS Board Removal


Remove Cables P1 ( VS, VS, NC, GND, GND, GND, GND, VA, VA ), P2 ( GND, GND, 5VDC, 5VDC )
P3 ( GND, GND, GND, GND, 5VDC, 5VDC, 5VDC, 5VDC ), P4 ( Logic Signals ), P5 ( 5VDC, 5VDC,
GND, GND, GND, GND, GND, NC, VA, VA, VS, VS ), P6 ( GND, GND, 5VDC, VA ),
P7 ( GND, GND, 5VDC, VA ), P8 ( SUS_ DNT, 15V, 15V, SUS_ DNT, OC1_T_IN, OC2_T_IN, LET, NC,
SUS_DNT, DATA_T, CLKT_IN, SUS_DNT ), P10 ( SAME AS P8 ).
Remove 14 screws securing the Board.
Top Y Drive Board Removal
Remove 10 Screws from the Metal Bracket marked A ( see page 19 ) to gain access to the Top Y Drive
Board. Carefully remove the Ribbon Cables P8, P9, P12, P13, P14, P15 and Connectors P2 ( Refer to P8
on the Y SUS Board ), and P4 ( Floating Ground ). Remove 5 screws securing the Top Y Drive Board.
Bottom Y Drive Board Removal
Remove 10 screws from the Metal Bracket marked A ( see page 18 ) to gain access to the Bottom
Y Drive Board. Carefully remove the Ribbon Cables P6, P7, P16, P19, P20, P21 and Connectors P1
( Refer to P8 on the Y SUS Board ) and P3 ( Floating Ground ). Remove 5 screws securing the Bottom
Y Drive Board.
Control Board Removal
Remove Cables P101, P102, P103, P104, P105, P106, ( RGB Logic Signals ), P200 ( Y SUS Logic Signals ),
P300 ( 5VDC, 5VDC, 5VDC, 5VDC, GND, GND, GND, GND ). Remove 5 screws securing the Board.
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Disassembly Procedure 60PC1D

Troubleshooting

Top Middle X Drive Board Removal


Care must be taken as there are different size screws with different thread design
X Board Removal will require the most disassembling of the unit as the Stand will need to be
removed. Refer back to page 19 and everything marked with a B will need to be removed to
change the X Boards. Start by laying the unit down on a table covered by a soft pad, be careful
not to scratch the screen, and remove the Stand. Two large screws recessed in Lower Chassis
Assembly will need to be removed to get the stand removed.
After the Stand the Lower Chassis Assembly which includes the Main Board will need to be removed.
The Main Board is part of the Lower Chassis and will not need to be separated from the assembly,
to remove the assembly, connectors P4004 ( from P 801A ), P4005 ( from P101B ), P4003 ( from P800B ),
P4007 ( from the Keyboard ), P5002 ( from the Side Input Jacks ), P7009 and 7010 ( Speakers ),
P6007 ( Y SUS Fan ) and P6009 ( Main Fan ), and last the LVDS Cable ( care must be taken as the
LVDS Cable is very fragile ), will need to be removed. Remove the 9 screws securing the
Lower Chassis Assembly and the AC Input Grounding Screw disconnect P801 ( AC Input )
from the AC/DC Supply Board and lift the Assembly clear place it in a secure location.
Remove the 6 screws ( ea ) securing both Wall Mounting Support Brackets and set them aside. Remove
the 4 mounting screws for the Cooling Fan disconnect the connector and set it aside. Access is now
available to remove the screws from the brackets that hold the TCP ICs and Ribbons in place.
Remove the brackets, being careful not to damage the Ribbon Cables, last remove the Ribbon Cables
and screws from the X Board to be replaced.

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Troubleshooting

Disassembly Procedure 60PC1D

B
B
A
B

B
B

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Signal and Voltage Distribution for the 60PC1

Troubleshooting

Top X Drive Boards

5V, VA

5V, VA
5v, VA, VS

Y Drive Top

Logic Signal

5V, VA
5v, VA

VA, VS

5v, VA

Switch Mode
Power Supply

5v
Y Drive
Signal

RGB
Logic Signals

Y SUS
Board

Logic Signal

Logic Signals

Control
Board

Main
Board
ON OFF
CONTROL

RGB
Logic Signals

Y Drive Bottom

PFC
Supply

Z SUS
Board

LVDS

5v

5v, VA

STB

5V, VA

RGB
Logic Signals

5v, VA

Bottom X Drive Boards


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AC/ DC
Power
Supply

5v, VA

5v, VA

60PC1D Interconnect- Test Point Location and Voltage Chart


P108

P107

P106

TP180
P110

1
2
3
4
5

P104

P105

P110
0v GND
0v GND
5.1v 5V
0
NC
60v VA

P103

TP180

1
2
3
4
5

P208
P207
TP180
TP180
P212

P101

P102

P111, P212
0v GND
0v GND
5.1v 5V
0
NC
60v VA

TP180

P111

P109

P209

P205

P206
TP180

P204

TP180

P203

TP180

P202

TP180

P201

TP180

TP180

P303

P302
TP180
P301

P211

TP180

Troubleshooting
P304
TP180

P305
TP180

P306
TP180

P308

P210

1
2
3
4
5

P307

P309
0v GND
0v GND
5.1v 5V
0
NC
60v VA

TP180
P309

P15
TP181

VR8401
VA

TP181

P8011

P14
1
2
3
4
5

TP181

P13
P2
TP181

P8

P6

Pin1 to 8 - TP132
Pin 9 to 12 - TP133

P12

0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

P6
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

P200

P8

Pin 1
5.0v
5.0v
5.0v
5.0v
5.0v

Pin 2
2.4v
1.7v
3.2v
3.2v
3.2v

VR8802
5VDC

IC46

G1Out 00 13
TP 53 - 66

P3
P4

P800B

IC45

Addr_STB TP 131
Mis_Flag_Out TP 130
VS-DA TP 129
Blank_DA TP 128
RAS_Data1 TP 127
RAS_Data2 TP 126
RAS_STB1 TP 125
*Solder filled TP TP 124
RAS_STB2 TP 123

B1Out 00 13
TP 67 - 80

R1Out 00 13
TP 39 - 52

P103

Pin 3
0
0
0
0
0

G2Out 00 13
TP 95 - 108
R2Out 00 13
TP 81 - 94

TP148- TP177
D2

P2

Ramp_up TP38
SW TP37
Ramp_dn TP36
Set_dn TP35
Pass_B TP34
Pass_Top TP33
VSC TP32
Pass_1 TP31
OC1 TP30
LEB TP29
LET TP28
B Data TP27
B Clock TP26
T Data TP25
T Clock TP24

B2Out 00 13
TP 109 - 122

P3

GND
R168

VSET DN

TP1

P1

-VY Test point

TP181

IC24
IC42
IC44
IC45
IC46

IC42

-VY

Y SUS TP178
TP 0 Y&Z SUS in sync

P9

P102

TP19

P5

R60

VSC
TP181

P101

P300

VSC TP

All = TP133

VR8501
VS
P101B
1 19.5v 19V
2 19.5v 19V
3 0
GND
4 0
GND
5 5.8v 6V
6 0
6V
7 3.4v 3.4V
8 0
GND
9 12v 12V
10 0
GND

P8012

D1

P804B

IC24

P801A
P104

P105

P106

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

P801A
STBY Run
4.9v 4.9v AC-ON
0
3.7v P-CTL
5.0v 5.0v ST-5V
0
0
GND
0
2.7v V SON
0
2.7v 5V MNT
0
2.6v POD

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

P803A
STBY Run
0
379.5v
0
379.5v
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
024v 17.5v

P8201
NC

P8015B

IC7
SUS-IPM

TP181

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

P803B
379.5v PFC B+
379.5v PFC B+
0
NC
0
GND
0
GND
0
PF COK
0
GND
17.8v 16V

PFC+
PFC+
NC
GND
GND
NC
GND
18V

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

P8011
60v VA
60v VA
0
GND
0
GND
0
GND
0
NC
193V VS
193V VS
193V VS

1
2
3
4

P8012
5v
5V
5v
5V
GND GND
GND GND

P4005

P4003

IC4013

P6008

IC4008

IC2
ER-IPM

P804A
P8015B
STBY Run
STBY Run
0
2.6v 5V MNT 1 11.7v .7v P CTL
0
2.5v POD
2 11.7v .7v Rush
0
0
GND
3 12v
12v 12v
0
8.1v Rush
0
2.6 V SON

P8015B
STBY Run
1 155V 155V ST-BY B+
2 18V 18V ST-BY B-

P21

P8016B

1
2
3
4
5

P8017B

TP181

P7

P20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

TP181

P19

1
2
3
4
5

0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

P7
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

P1
193v VS
193v VS
193v VS
0
GND
0
GND
0
GND
60v VA
60v VA

1
2
3
4

TP180
P408

P407

P410
0v GND
0v GND
5.1v 5V
0
NC
60v VA

P406

P3
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 5v
6 5v
7 5v
8 5v

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

P4
1.5v
.43v
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4.6v
1.9v
0
2.6v

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

P5
5.0v
5.0v
0
0
0
0
0
.2v
59.9v
59.9v
193.1v
193.1v

1
2
3
4
5

P6
0
GND
0
GND
4.8v 5V
0
NC
59.8v VA

1
2
3
4
5

P7
0
GND
0
GND
4.8v 5V
0
NC
59.8vVA

P411
P409

TP180
P405

P404

P9
0
GND
0
GND
5v
5+
0
NC
60.0v VA

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

P12
5.0v
5.0v
0
0
0
0
0
.2v
59.9v
59.9v
193v
193v

P403

P402

P401

P4003
1 19.75v P+19V
2 19.75v P+19V
3 0
GND
4 0
GND
5 5.8v NC
6 0
GND
7 3.4v 3.3V
8 0
GND
9 12.1v NC
10 0
GND

P4007

P509
P512
P508

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1
2
3
4
5

P510
TP180
P507

P506

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

P4004
4.95v AC-DST
3.7v RL-ON
5.0v ST-5V
0
GND
2.7v INV I/O
2.7v 5V HNT
2.5 POD/INV
0
ST-5V
0
GND
0
PWM
0
46.0V
0
GND
0
LIVE ON

P6
P8015A
P8016A
P8017A
STBY
RUN
STBY
RUN
STBY RUN
1 12VDC 12VDC 1 155VDC 155VDC 1 0 VDC 99.5VDC
2 11.7VDC 0.7VDC 2 18VDC 18VDC
3 11.7VDC 0.7VDC

P7010

P4005
1 3.4v 3.3V
2 3.4v 3.3V
3 0
GND
4 0
GND
5 5.8v 6.0V
6 5.8v 6.0V
7 0
GND
8 0
GND
9 12.1v 12.0V
10 12.1v 12.0V
11 0
GND
12 0
GND

P409, P512
0v GND
0v GND
5.1v 5V
0
NC
60v VA

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

P4007
STBY RUN
2.6v 0
0
3.3v
0
0
5.0v 5.0v
0
0
4.0v 4.0v
0
0
3.4v 3.4v
0
0
3.4v 3.4v

1
2
3
4
5

0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

P9
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

P9

Front Key PCB

P511

TP180

P505

21

P504

P503

P502

P5

TP 0 Y&Z
SUS in sync

P5002

P2
0
GND
0
GND
5.2v 5V
5.2v 5V

P16

1
2
3
4
5

P2
0
1
.3v 2
.3v 3
.48v 4
0
5
0
0
3.0v
0
1.85v
0
0

P8016A

P5002
NC

TP181

P410

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

IC2
ER-IPM

P801

P7009

P10

P1
0
GND
0
GND
5v
5V
0
NC
59.5v VA

Z_SUS TP179

P6009

VSET UP
P1

P1
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

P8017A

P6007

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5


IC4008 3.3v 3.3v 0
1.1v 2.5v
IC4013 5.7v 3.1v 4.9v 0
0

Tuner

VR!
Vsetup

TP181

Z-BIAS

P1
0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

IC7
SUS-IPM

P803A

P8015A

P4004

P6

1
2
3
4
5

P3

P7

TP181

P12

P2

Pin 1 = TP134
to 145.

P803B

VR801

P4
ER_up TP23
ER_dn TP22
Sus_up TP21
Sus_dn TP20

P800B
3.4v 3.4V
3.4v 3.4V
0
GND
0
GND
5.8v 6V
5.8v 6V
0
GND
0
GND
12v 12V
12v 12V
0
GND
0
GND

P804A

P1
IC44

VR8801
3.3V

P101B

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

1
2
3
4
5

P601
TP180

P501

P607

P606

P605

P604

P608
0v GND
0v GND
5.1v 5V
0
NC
60v VA

P603

P608

TP180
P602

TP0

TP5

TP1

TP6

TP2

TP7

TP3

TP4

TP10

TP15

TP20

TP25

TP11

TP16

TP21

TP26
TP27

TP12

TP17

TP22

TP28

TP8

TP13

TP18

TP23

TP29

TP9

TP14

TP19

TP24

TP30

22

TP46

TP51

TP47

TP52

TP48

TP53

TP58

TP44

TP49

TP54

TP59

TP45

TP50

TP55

TP60

TP31

TP36

TP41

TP32

TP37

TP42

TP33

TP38

TP43

TP34

TP39

TP35

TP40

TP56

TP57

23

TP61

TP66

TP71
TP72
TP73

TP78

TP84
TP85

TP90

TP62

TP67

TP74

TP79
TP80

TP86

TP91

TP63

TP68

TP75

TP81

TP87

TP92

TP64

TP69

TP76

TP82

TP88

TP93
TP94

TP65

TP70

TP77

TP83

TP89

TP95

24

TP96

TP101

TP106

TP97

TP102

TP107

TP98

TP103

TP108

TP99

TP104

TP100

TP105

TP111

TP116

TP123

TP117

TP124

TP113

TP118
TP119
TP120

TP125
TP126

TP109

TP114

TP121

TP110

TP115

TP122

TP112

TP127

TP128

25

TP129

TP134

TP139
TP140

TP145

TP130

TP135

TP141

TP146

TP131

TP136

TP142

TP147

TP132

TP137

TP143

TP148
PIN 1

TP153
PIN 6

TP133

TP138

TP144

TP149
PIN 2

TP154
PIN 7

TP150
PIN 3

TP155
PIN 8

TP151
PIN 4

TP156
PIN 9

TP152
PIN 5

TP157
PIN 10

LVDS Cable pin 1 is GND


TP158
PIN 11

TP159
PIN 12

26

TP160
PIN 13

TP165
PIN 18

TP170
PIN 23

TP175
PIN 28

TP180

TP161
PIN 14

TP166
PIN 19

TP171
PIN 24

TP176
PIN 29

TP181

TP162
PIN 15

TP167
PIN 20

TP172
PIN 25

TP177
PIN 30

TP163
PIN 16

TP168
PIN 21

TP173
PIN 26

TP178

TP164
PIN 17

TP169
PIN 22

TP174
PIN 27

TP179

27

Troubleshooting

60PC1D Plasma Display


Important Note
Model : PDP 60X6####
All Voltage : DC 5V
Va : 60V
Vs : 193V
250 / -65 / 110 / NA / 170
Max Watt : 570 W ( Full White )

V SET_UP
-VY

VSC

Z_BIAS

Always refer to the Voltage Sticker located in the upper right side of the PDP for the
correct operating voltage levels for the DC 5V, VA, VS ( Power Supply Voltages ),
V SET UP, -VY, VSC, ( Y SUS Voltages ) and Z Bias ( Z SUS Voltage ) as they will
vary from Panel to Panel.

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60PC1D Second Generation

Troubleshooting

Circuit Operation
IC151 is the Power Regulator IC, start up voltage is developed from resistor R167, the Run Line used to maintain operation is
Supplied by the circuit of D156, Q152, R151, ZD151, D153 and R160, see page 31, highlighted in yellow. The Power Regulator
Transformer T201 supplies the Power FET Q151 Drain. Q151 is protected by the snubber circuit of D152, C151, and R155
from any back EMF caused by Transformer T201. The Gate of Q151 is driven by IC151, R154, R153,and D151. Transistor
Q151 Source returns to ground via Current Sense Circuit ( Highlighted in Red on page 32 ) at Resistor R157.
OCP (Over Current Protect ) is developed by monitoring the increased voltage drop across R157 and sending it to pin 3 of IC151
to shutdown the regulator circuit in the event of an Over Current Condition.

Over Voltage protection ( Highlighted in Blue on Page 31 ) is accomplished if the break over voltage across Diode Z152
increases turning on Q153 causing diode D154 to turn on lowering the voltage to both Pin 2 of IC151, causing the secondary
voltage at T201 to lower, and the Base of Q152 to lower, which lowers the VCC voltage at Pin 6 of IC151 thereby shutting
down the Power Supply.
The ON/ OFF Command for the Power Supply is developed on the Main Board, see page 30, and when the set is turned on,
a high is applied as to the Base of Transistor Q 234. Transistor Q 234 Collector goes low causing the Gate of U241 to go low.
With a low on the Gate of U241 the Cathode voltage will rise tuning off the Photo Coupler PC201 resulting in less feedback
to Pin 2 of U151, see page 31, and more output voltage to develop at the secondary side of the supply. The 6.5V Supply is
sampled to provide feedback correction by the resistor network of resistors R234, R238, and R233 and sent to the Gate of U241
were it is used to control the conduction of U241, and PC201, finally controlling Pin 2 of U151 by either increasing or
decreasing the feedback.

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C244

C242

C241

C240

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On / Off
From Micro

Start Resistor

Current
Sensing
Resistor

OVP

To Photo Coupler
IC PC210
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STBY Input

SOUND

R152
R203

C151

R155

C154

R205

Q202

R167

R202

T201
R153

R210

C207

R204

C204

D201
R159

C203

R201

R211

U151
ADJ

C202

HV

R154

FB
SENCE

C205

T201

D152

D151

R213

Q201

C201

Q151

R217

R206

Q204
D202

VCC
R215

GND GATE

R161

ZD153

D221

ZD201

C208

?????

R157

D185

R166

R212

Q206

D222

C158

6V

R158

ZD152

HOT

VCC1

VCC2
Q152

D153

COLD

R242

D156

C223

C230

T201

R222

C222

D233

R231
R230

R160
D154

R151

D154
D234
ZD151

C156
C155

C241

C244

C158

C240

L231
C242

Q153

Q233

6.5VDC

C157

6 VDC

RL1
C234

R234
R235

PC201

R254

Green - Startup
Yellow Run
Blue OVP
Red OCP
Violet - Feedback

Feedback
R243

R238
Q234
C235
R244

HOT

R245

C243

R233
Q270

R250
STBY 5V

COLD

D
U251
KIA34063A

T201
Switch Collector

3.4 V ON
T201

Switch Emitter

T201

L251

Timing Capacitor

Driver 8
Collector

I pk Sence 7

GND

U241

R262

T201 T201

VCC 6

Capacitor
Inverting Input
5

VR251

T201
T201

T201

T201
C252

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T201

C256

32

3.4 V

T201

Q261
T201

C258
C257

T201
C251

T201

D256

T201

60PC1D Power Supplies


First Generation

Troubleshooting

The 60PC1D Plasma Display contains 3 Power Supply related Circuit Boards and 4
Power Supply Circuits which supply power requirements to the unit. The AC/DC
Power Supply Board, the Standby Power Supply and the PFC ( Pulse Frequency
Coefficient ) Supply Board and the SMPS ( Switch Mode Power Supply ).
The following circuit explanations will give the Technician a better
understanding of the operation and adjustment of each board and how to isolate
which board may be at fault in the event of a failure should one occur.
There are 4 Adjustments available on the Switch Mode Power Supply Board and
one on the PFC Supply Board.
SMPS Board
1) VR8401 VA Adjust used for the Vertical Grid Drive
2) VR8501 VS Adjust used for the Horizontal Grid Drive
3) VR8802 5VDC Adjust used for developing Drive Signals
4) VR8801 3.4V Adjust used for Control Signal Development ( Factory Adjusted )
PFC Board
1) VR801 380V Adjust for PFC use AC Ground (use GND PIN of P803A)
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Troubleshooting

Block Diagram 60PC1D Power Supply First Generation

VA

SMPS

AC/DC SUPPLY

5VDC Source

VA Source

VS

PFC B+
110VDC
5V

Low Voltage Source


19V, 12V, 6V, 3.4V

PFC
SOURCE

VS Source

Relays

AC

AC
POD, VSON,
and Rush

18V

380V

18V
Source

380V
Source

STBY
Supply

AC
INPUT
CIRCUIT

PFC
Supply

5V, AC-ON
To Micro

P-CTL , VS ON
And POD from
the Micro

STBY
B+
Source

AC
160V STB
20V STB
Relay Drive

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Troubleshooting
AC Input

AC/DC Power Supply Board

P801

P8017A

P8015A

Relay Drive

Supply for PFC

P8016A

20V and 160V

Supplies Approx. 20V and 160V to the Standby Power Supply and Approx. 110V to the PFC Supply
Receives 12V for Relays RL8301 and RL8302

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Troubleshooting

Standby
Power Supply

PFC Power Supply


PFC Supply Output

Power Control
P804A

P803A

P801A
VR801

P801
P8015B

P8016B

Relay Drive
Standby Supply receives approx 20V and 160V and
outputs 12V, AC Detect, and 5V ST.
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PFC Supply
PFC Receives 110V from the AC/DC Supply
Input
and sends 380V and 18V to the
Switch Mode Power Supply. VR801 is a 380V PFC Adjust.

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Troubleshooting

Switch Mode Power Supply Board


VA
VR8401

VS
VR8501

VA
P8011
VS

P8012

5V
5VDC
VR8802

P800B

3.4V
Pin 7

P101B
P803B

380V

3.4V VR8801
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18V

60PC1D Power Supplies

Troubleshooting

AC Power inputs to the AC/DC Supply which is responsible for supplying 160V and 20V
to the Standby Power Supply. The Standby Power Supply develops 5V ST and AC DET
which is sent to the Main Board to control the power up and down functions. The Standby
Supply also develops 12V needed to drive the Relays which switch the AC Power on and off.
Until now the set is turned off and the set is waiting for the on command from the Main Board.
The Customer turns on the set and the Main Board reacts as long as the AC/DC Supply and
Standby Supply are functioning normal. The next step is for the P-CTL line to go high which
causes the Relays to close. The AC/DC Board will output 110VDC to the PFC Board
developing the 380VDC and 18VDC lines which power up the SMPS Board and at this point
the 19V ( must be measured from Audio Ground ) 12V, 6V, and 3.4V are now present.
Finally, to bring the set to full Power On we need the Main Board to output a high on the
VS ON and POD Lines. VS ON is responsible for developing VS and VA voltages and
POD is responsible for 5VDC.

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60PC1D Power Supply

Troubleshooting

This Troubleshooting Procedure relates to the Power Supply used in the 60PC1D Generation 1
Plasma Display Panel. This explanation will assist the technician in confirming the normal
operation of the Power Supply without the need to substitute the circuit boards.
The condition of all four Supplies, the AC/DC Supply, the Standby Power Supply,
the PFC ( Pulse Frequency Coefficient ) Supply and the Switch Mode Power Supply
can be determined and confirmed.
See Page 40 for resistor placement

For Failure of the below steps see page 42

Step 1

Remove the Power Supply boards from the unit and place in the service position, connect boards as shown on
page 40. Place ( 2 ) 60 Watt light bulbs in series across Pins 1 and 6 of connector P8011 ( VS to GND ).

Step 2

Apply AC Power to connector P801. Check for the presence of 5V ST ( Pin 3 ), AC Detect ( Pin 1 ) at connector
P801A, and 12V at all three pins of connector P8015A measured from Chassis GND.
If the voltage is present disconnect AC Power and proceed to step three.

Step 3

Connect 100 Ohm Watt Resistor from ST 5V ( Pin3 ) to P CTL ( Pin 2 ) on connector P801A. Apply AC Power
at this time the AC Relays will close and the 380V ( PFC ) and 18 V Supplies will be present at P803A
use AC Ground for this check. Check for 19V ( Use Audio Ground ),12V, 6V, and 3.4V ( use signal Ground )
on connectors P800B and P101B. If present disconnect AC Power and proceed to step four.

Step 4

Connect 100 Ohm Watt Resistor from 5V ST ( Pin 3 ) to VS ON ( Pin 5 ) on connector P801A.
The Lamps placed across P8011 should now light indicating the presence of VS voltage. VA voltage
can be measured from Pin 10 to Pin 6 of connector P8011 at this time. If present disconnect AC Power
and proceed to step five.

Step 5 Connect 100 Ohm Watt Resistor from 5V ST ( Pin 3 ) to POD ( Pin 7 ) on connector P801A. At this time the
5VDC Supply at connector P8012 should be present and the Power Supply fully operational.
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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Power Supply Generation 1


GND

( 2 ) 60W
Light bulbs

P8011
VS
P8012

AC/DC
Power Supply

Switch Mode
Power Supply

P801A
AC - ON
P800B
P - CTL
ST 5V
GND

P8017A
P101B
P803B

P804B

P8015A
VS-ON
5V - MT
P804A
POD
Resistors 100 Ohms Watt

P801A

P803A

PFC
Power Supply

P801

P8016A
P8015B

P8016B

Standby
Power Supply
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P8017B

AC
INPUT

40

60PC1D Power Supply Generation 1

Troubleshooting

PCTL
VSON
POD

Wired for Troubleshooting as shown on Page 40 the switches were added for illustrating the power on sequence

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60PC1D Power Supply

Troubleshooting

Power On Sequence
Remember to always check the resistance for possible shorts if you are missing a voltage
With AC Power applied only, the AC/DC Supply will develop 20V and 160V at P8016A to the Standby Supply.
Failure to produce these voltages indicates a problem with either the AC/DC Supply Board or the AC Filter.
Check the AC Input at P801.
The Standby Power Supply outputs 12 Volts used for AC Relay operation at connector P8015B and
5 Volts Standby and AC Detect at P801A and is sent to the Micro Processor circuit for Power On and Control Functions.
Failure of the 12 Volt Supply, 5 Volt Standby and AC Detect indicates a failure of the Standby Power Supply.
The Micro Processor supplies a high to P-CTL Pin 2 of connector P801A causing the AC Relays to close on the
AC/DC Board and develops 110 Volt DC at P8017A which is applied to the PFC Board turning on the 380 Volt
PFC Supply and the 18 Volt Supply on the PFC Supply Board. These voltages are then used to develop the 19v, 12v,
6v, and 3.3v supplies. Failure of the Relays to close could be caused by a loss of ON Command from
the Micro Processor on the Main Board or a Standby circuit failure. Relay operation indicates an active processor
circuit and Standby Circuit. Check for approximately 110 volts at P8017A if missing suspect the AC/DC Board if
present and the 380 Volt and or the 18 Volt lines are missing suspect the PFC Supply.
Presence of the PFC and 18 Volt lines and no output would indicate a failure of the SMPS.
The next step is to have the Micro Processor bring the unit into full power on mode, this is accomplished in 2 ways
by first bringing the VS ON ( Pin 5 ) of connector P801A high in order to develop the VS ( Pin1 ) and VA ( Pin 10 ) on
connector P8011, second bringing the POD ( Pin 7 ) of connector P801A high to develop the 5VDC at connector
P8012. Failure to develop VS, VA, and 5VDC, if the control lines are high, suspect the SMPS Board as the problem.
Make sure you remember to check each resistance load for possible shorts if the voltage was missing!

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60PC1D Power Supply Resistance Measurements Boards Disconnected


All resistance measurements are approximations.

Troubleshooting

AC/DC Power Supply


P801A

480K

P8015A

269 Rush ctrl (+) 12V (-)


270 Power ctrl (+) 12V (-)
Reversed same readings

P8016A

8 Meg ST-BY B+ (+) ST-BY B- (-)


Inf.
AC-DET (+) ST-BY B- (-)

P8017A

30 Meg PFC B+ (+) PFC B- (-)

PFC Power Supply / Standby Power Supply


P8015B

Inf. Rush ctrl (+) 12V (-)


Inf. Power ctrl (+) 12V (-)
3.4 Meg 12V (+) Rush ctrl (-)
3.4 Meg 12V (+) Rush ctrl (-)

P8016B

8 Meg ST-BY B+ (+) ST-BY B- (-)


148K AC - DET (+) ST-BY B- (-)

P8017B

500K PFC B+ (+) PFC B- (-)

P803A

5 Meg PFC+ (+) GND (-)


1K 18V (+) GND (-)

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P804A

Inf. 5V MNT (+) GND (-)


Inf. POD (+) GND (-)
57K Rush (+) GND (-)
Inf. VSON (+) GND (-)

P801A

1K* AC ON (+) GND(-)


20K P-CTL (+) GND (-)
1K* ST 5V (+) GND(-)
Inf. VSON (+) GND(-)
Inf. 5V MNT (+) GND (-)
Inf. POD (+) GND (-)

60PC1D Power Supply Resistance Measurements Boards Disconnected


All resistance measurements are approximations.

Switch Mode Power Supply


P803B

3 MEG* PFC+ (+) GN (-)


286K
18V (+) GN (-)

P804B

10K
3 MEG*
4.9 MEG
4.3 MEG

P101B

12 MEG*
2K*
24
3 MEG*

19V (+) GND (-)


6V (+) GND (-)
3.4V (+) GND (-)
12V (+) GND (-)

P800B

24
2K*
3 MEG*

3.4V (+) GND (-)


6V (+) GND (-)
12V (+) GND (-)

P8012

360

P8011

5VMONI (+) GND (-)


POD (+) GND (-)
Rush (+) GND (-)
VSON (+) GND (-)

5V (+) GND (-)

5 MEG* VS (+) GND (-)


5K*
VA (+) GND (-)

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D

Y SUS Board

Troubleshooting

This Section of the Presentation will cover troubleshooting the Y SUS Board for the 60PC1D
Dual Scan Plasma Display. Upon completion of this Section the technician will have a better
understanding of the operation of the circuit and will be able to locate voltage and
resistance test points needed for troubleshooting and alignments.

Adjustments
DC Voltage and Waveform Checks
Resistance Measurements
Y SUS Operating Voltages
Voltages Supplied from SMPS

Y SUS Developed

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VA
VS
5VDC
VSC 115v.
-VY -196v.
IPM 18v.
ER IPM
SUS IPM
Ramp UP
V SET DN
V SET UP

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Y SUS Board

-VY Test Point


Use Chassis Ground
-VY

Ramp Up

VSC

R137
18V
IPM

VSC Test Point


V Set UP
Test Points

V Set Down

Scope Test Point

V SET UP

Floating Ground ( Used for VSC Adjust)

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Y SUS Board Block Diagram


Z SUS Board

P6

P5

FL1

Q16
Y DRIVE
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT

FS2

VS
P1

FS3

P8

VA

-VY

VSC

Power Supply

Y Drive
P2
FS1

Y Drive

Sus out

GND

Switching
FETs

P3

IC7
SUS IPM
Sus up
Sus Down

ER High

Logic Signals
From Control
Board

18v IPM
5V

ER_10

VS

V SET
UP

ER Low

R137

ER Up
ER
Down

IC2
ER IPM

P7
Bottom Left X Board

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Out to the
Control Board

P4

Y Drive
P10

5VDC

18v IPM
5V

VS

Power Supply

1
2
3
4
5

B12

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P7
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

P1
193v VS
193v VS
193v VS
0
GND
0
GND
0
GND
60v VA
60v VA

0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
2
3
4

P2
0
GND
0
GND
5.2v 5V
5.2v 5V

P3
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 5v
6 5v
7 5v
8 5v

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

P4
1.5v
.43v
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4.6v
1.9v
0
2.6v

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

P5
5.0v
5.0v
0
0
0
0
0
.2v
59.9v
59.9v
193.1v
193.1v

1
2
3
4
5

P6
0
GND
0
GND
4.8v 5V
0
NC
59.8v VA

1
2
3
4
5

P7
0
GND
0
GND
4.8v 5V
0
NC
59.8vVA

60PC1D Y-SUS
Test Point and Voltage Chart
Troubleshooting

60PC1D

Y SUS Board

VA, 5V Left Top X Board

P6

Troubleshooting
P5 VS, VA, and 5V to Z Board
VS

P1

P8

VA

Scope Waveform
Test Point

P2

Floating Ground

SUS IPM
IC7

Y Drive Output

Floating Ground

ER IPM
IC2
P10

P7
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5V and VA to Bottom Left X Board

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5VDC

P3

5VDC Output for


Control Board
Pins 1 thru 4

P4

Logic Signals input


from the Control Board

60PC1D

Panel Adjustments

Important Note

Troubleshooting

Y SUS Board

The following voltages and waveforms should be adjusted in the order they are presented.
Always adjust the DC levels before the waveform adjustments to most accurately set the Plasma
Display Panel.

3 Voltmeter Adjustments to Y SUS

VSC Control VR3 110 Volts used to shape the Y Drive waveform by setting the V Scan level.
Measured at the VSC test points R60 and Floating Ground.
-VY Control VR4 - 65 Volts used to shape the Y Drive waveform by setting the negative
excursion of the Drive Signal. Measured at (left side) of Resistor R181 to Chassis Ground.

Check VSC

Check -VY

Meter Adjustments continued on next page

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60PC1D

Y SUS Board

Troubleshooting

Panel Adjustments
Voltmeter Adjustments Y SUS Board ( Continued )

V SET UP Control VR20

250VDC adjustment measured across resistors R51 and R192 which sets
the Amplitude of the top portion of the Drive Waveform.
Check V SET UP

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D

Y SUS Board

Panel Adjustments

2 Waveform Adjustments for the Y SUS Board


There are two waveform adjustments that will require the use of the oscilloscope to properly adjust. VR1 RAMP UP
is the first control, and VR2 V SET DOWN is the second. Scope connection will be made at B41 and Chassis Ground.

RAMP UP Control VR1

V SET DOWN Control VR2

The Ramp Up Adjustment will correct the pitch of the Top Ramp. Failure to properly align
this adjustment will result in misfiring Pixels.

The V SET DOWN Adjustment will correct the pitch of the Bottom Ramp. Failure to
Properly align this adjustment will result in misfiring Pixels.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Panel Waveform Adjustment

Z SUS
Y SUS

Y SUS
Y SUS

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60PC1D Y SUS Board


Panel Waveform Adjustment

Vset_DN too low

All of the center washes out due to decreased Vset_DN time.


NOTE: this can create a no pix condition, but audio is present.

Vset_DN too high


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Troubleshooting

The center begins to wash out and arc due to decreased


Vset_DN time.

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60PC1D Y SUS Board


Panel Waveform Adjustment

-VY too low

Colors and the image will bloom slightly and the unit
will have difficulty with clean frame changes in a quickly
altering image.

-VY too high


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Troubleshooting

The center begins to wash out and ark due to -VY


running to long and clipping.

55

60PC1D Y SUS Board


Panel Waveform Adjustment

VSC too low

The image will show very little change but there will
Be some distortion in a quickly changing image.

VSC too high


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Troubleshooting

The image will show very little change but there will
Be some distortion in a quickly changing image.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D

Y SUS Board

Diagram of Y Sustain Board


Power Supply Board - SMPS
Z SUS Board
Distributes 5v VA VS

Receive 5V,Va, Vs
from SMPS

Distributes 5v

Control Board

Distributes 5v VA
Logic signals
needed to
generate drive
waveform

IPMs generate
Sustain Waveform

Top and Bottom


Center and Left X Boards

Generates Vsc, -Vy and V Set Up


from Vs by transformer

FETs amplify Sustain


Waveform

Transfer Waveform
to Y Drive Board

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Display Panel

60PC1D

Troubleshooting

Y SUS Board

IPM ( Intelligent Power Module )

SUS_UP

SUS_DN

ER_UP ER_DN

There are two IPMs used in 60PC1D on the Y Sustain Board.


1. SUS IPM ( IC7 )
2. ER IPM ( IC2 )

Role of IPMs on the Y SUS Board


1. Generate Sustain Waveform ( square wave ) SUS IPM.
2. Energy Recovery Function ( for saving power ) ER IPM.

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SUS_DN

60PC1D

Y SUS Board

Troubleshooting

How to check IPM


(Resistance Diode Check, board removed from set)

Forward Diode Test : 1.


2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

GND (), Sus-out ( - )


Sus-out (), Vs ( - )
ER_ DN ( - ), GRND ()
GRND ( + ), ER-UP ( - )
18v ( - ), ER GRND ( + )
5v ( - ), ER GRND ( + )

Reverse Diode Test : 1.


2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

GND ( - ), Sus-out ()
Sus-out ( - ), Vs ()
ER-DN (), GRND ( - ) 0.99
GRND ( - ), ER-UP ( + ) 0.99
18v ( + ), GRND ( - ) 1.3
5v ( + ), GRND ( - ) 0.9

Note: ER_HIGH ER_LOW, to ER_lO OPEN in Diode Check

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Test Points referenced from the silk screen


found on the bottom of the PC Board.

Troubleshooting

60 PC1D Y Drive Boards

This Section of the Presentation will cover troubleshooting the Y Drive Boards
for the 60PC1D Dual Scan Plasma Display. Upon completion of this Section
the technician will have a better understanding of the operation of the circuits
and will be able to locate voltage and resistance test points needed for
troubleshooting.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Y Drive Boards


Y-Drive Board works as a path supplying Sustain waveform and Reset waveform
which are made in Y SUSTAIN B/D and sent to the Panel through SCAN DRIVER
ICs.
The Y Drive Boards supply a waveform which selects the horizontal electrodes
sequentially.
* 60PC1DR uses 12 DRIVER ICs on 2 Boards (TOP, BOTTOM: 6 each)

Bottom Drive Board

VH
HVO
GND

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Y Drive Boards


To remove the Ribbon cable from the connector first carefully lift the Locking Tab from
the back and tilt it forward ( lift from the outside edge as shown in Fig 1). Gently slide the
Ribbon Cable free from the connector.

Fig 1

Fig 2

Fig 3

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

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Y Drive Boards

P3 Floating Ground
P16

P19

P20

P6

P7

Q504

Q506

Q507

P21

Q505

P1
Bottom Drive Board

Floating Ground

Y Drive Signal
input

15 Volts at Connector P1 ( Pins 2 and 3 ) must be measured with relation to Floating Ground
measuring from the wrong ground will result in an erroneous reading.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Y drive Board


Block Diagram

Bottom Y Drive Board


P16

IC27

P19

P20

P21

IC25

IC13

Q507

Q506

Q505

Q504

P6

IC12

IC15

P7

IC14

IC2

IC11

P3
15V

P1

Floating Ground

Incoming Logic Signals


and 15V Supply

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Incoming Drive Signal

60PC1D Z SUS Board

Troubleshooting

This Section of the Presentation will cover troubleshooting the Z-SUS Board Assembly. Upon
completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the circuit and be able
to locate voltage and resistance test points needed for troubleshooting and alignment.

Operating Voltages

DC Voltage and Waveform Test Points


Z BIAS Alignment
Resistance Test Points
Y SUS Supplied

VA 60v.
VS 196v.
5v.

Developed on Z SUS

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Z Bias 165v
SUS_IPM
ER_IPM
IPM 18v

60PC1D Z SUS Board

Troubleshooting

Input Voltages from the Y SUS Board


VS

VS is supplied to IC7 and the SUS_IPM through coil FL5 and to the primary winding of
transformer T3 to the Z Bias Circuit. Input voltage measurement is made from connector
P12 pins 11 and 12, to chassis ground.

VA

VA is supplied to the ER_HIGH IPM through resistor R10 and diode D18. VA voltage is also
routed to connectors P1 pin 5 and P9 pin 5 for the right top and bottom X driver boards.

5v

5v is used to Bias the circuits on the Z_ SUS Board. 5v also feeds connectors P1 pin 3 and P9
pin 3 for the right top and bottom X boards.

Voltages Developed on the Z SUS Board


Z Bias

IPM 18v

165v is used to Bias the output circuits driving the Sustain and Erase Pulses, removing previous images
from the PDP. Z-bias is measured from the Vzb TP on the Z SUS Board and adjusted by VR3
IPM 18V needed to generate the Sustain and Erase pulses in the IPMs. Measured at positive side of Capacitor
C18 ( Located between the IPMs IC7 and IC3 ).

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1
2
3
4
5

67

IC2
ER-IPM

1
2
3
4
5

P2
0
GND 1 0
1
0
GND 2 .3v 2
5v
5V 3 .3v 3
0
NC 4 .48v 4
59.5v VA 5 0
5
6 0
7 0
8 3.0v
9 0
10 1.85v
11 0
12 0

P1

IC7
SUS-IPM

Z-BIAS

P2
Pin 1 = TP134 145.
0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

P1
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

0v
0v
5.1v
0
60v

P9
GND
GND
5V
NC
VA

P5

P3

P1

P9

P6

TP 0 Y&Z SUS in
sync

Z_SUS TP179

P12
0
GND 1 5.0v
0
GND 2 5.0v
5v
5+
3 0
0
NC 4 0
60.0v VA 5 0
6 0
7 0
8 .2v
9 59.9v
10 59.9v
11 193v
12 193v

P9

1
2
3
4
5

P12

60PC1D Z SUS Board


Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

60PC1D Z SUSTAIN Board

IC3 ER-IPM

Vzb Z BIAS TP

IC7 SUS-IPM

Timing, Data, and


control signals

VS, VA, and


5V in from the
Y SUS Board

P9
VA
5V
GND
GND

Z BIAS
Adjust
Control

SUS signal TP (B11)


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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Z SUSTAIN Board

DVM

ZBIAS adjustment: On the Z-Sustain PCB


With the DVM connected to Vzb reference to chassis ground adjust the potentiometer till the DVM
reads 93 vdc.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Waveforms
for Z SUSTAIN Board

Input Signals to the Z SUS Board at P2 come from the Control Board and pass
through the Top Center, and Right X Drive PWBs. Connector P2 feeds the
Input Signals to IC1 and IC24 which drive the IPMs. These Signals are used
to develop the Z SUS Drive Waveform to drive the PDP Display.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Z SUS Board


Waveform inputs from the Control Board
NOTE: These voltages will vary due to changes in design and variations in the PDP panel.
TP134

TP137

TP141

TP135

TP138

TP142

TP136

TP140

TP143

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TP144

TP145

P12

5VDC

VA

P3
D8

Gnd
SUS_DN

VS

Chassi GND

To PDP

SUS_UP
5VDC
Gnd
18VDC

60PC1D Z SUS
Block Diagram

SUS_OUT
SUS_IPM
D10
VS

D9
P5

To PDP
Gnd
ER-UP
ER-DN

ER_LOW

Gnd
18VDC

ER_IO

L1
L2

+ C18

18V IPM

L3

ER_IPM
ER_HIGH
D17

Logic from the Control PCB.


P2
Output
Waveform TP
Z

IC1, IC24

Vs

R42
95V

95
V

Vs

B11
P6
Q16,
Q18
Z Bias Circuit

5VDC

VA

5VDC

VA
Z Bias Control VR3

P1

P9

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To PDP

Troubleshooting

60PC1D Z SUSTAIN Board


Provides the SUSTAIN PULSE and ERASE PULSE for generating
SUSTAIN discharge in the panel by receiving LOGIC signals from
the CONTROL B/D.
This waveform is supplied to the panel through FPC (Flexible
Printed Circuit (Z).

< Probe connect point to Oscilloscope


to check Z wave form >

Z DRIVE Waveform

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Vs

95
V

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95V

Vs

Troubleshooting

60PC1D Z SUSTAIN BOARD

Distributes 5v, VA, VS

Y SUS Board

Distributes Logic Signals

Receive 5v, VA, VS

Control Board

Distribute 5v, VA

X Board Right Top


and Bottom
Generates Z Bias
18v IPM Vcc

IPM generates erase,


sustain waveforms

FET Makes Drive waveform

Display Panel

Via FPC (flexible printed circuit )

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Troubleshooting

Z SUS IPM (Intelligent Power Module)

Vs

95V

95
V

Vs

SUS_UP

SUS_DN

ER_UP

ER_DN

SUS_DN

There are Two IPMs( Intelligent Power Modules) on the Z sustain board
One is SUS IPM (IC7) , another is ER IPM (IC3)
Role of the IPMs
1. Generate sustain and erase waveform ( square wave ) SUS IPM.
2.Energy recovery function ( for saving power ) ER IPM.

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Major defect

Troubleshooting
: IPM fail, cable connection.

Defect name

Description of defect

IPM Fail

Dark display

Part

Defect display

< Dark display >

P2 Cable
connection

If the cable was not


connected,
There is no display

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< No display >

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FPC (Flexible Printed Circuit) Removal for Z Board Replacement

Pull out Lock as shown in circles

Pull Lock apart to remove

Troubleshooting

Pull FPC Connector as shown in arrow.

Resistance Measurements ( use any PCB mounting screw for Ground )

VS 6 meg
VA 5 meg
5v 3.3 meg
B11 to Chassis Ground 5 meg
Chassis Ground to SUS_OUT 4 meg
SUS_OUT to VS 2.7 meg
ER low to ER 10 4.9 meg
ER 10 to ER High 2.7 meg
18v to Chassis Ground 7.9K
SUS_UP to Chassis Ground 10K
SUS_DN to Chassis Ground 1.3meg
ER_UP to Chassis Ground 10K
ER_DN to Chassis Ground 10K

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*Measurements made with the board disconnected


negative lead of the meter to ground.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Control Board


This Section of the Presentation will cover the Control Board for the 60PC1D
Dual Scan Plasma Display Panel. Upon completion of this section the Technician
should have a better understanding of the Circuit and be able to locate Test Points
and Voltages necessary for troubleshooting.

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P102

P101

P300

P103

60PC1D Control Board


Test Points and Voltage Distribution

P200

D33

D32

D31

D30

TP19

IC42
TP1

B2Out 00 13
TP 109 - 122

IC46

P3

R2Out 00 13
TP 81 - 94

TP148- TP177

Addr_STB TP 131
Mis_Flag_Out TP 130
VS-DA TP 129
Blank_DA TP 128
RAS_Data1 TP 127
RAS_Data2 TP 126
RAS_STB1 TP 125
*Solder filled TP TP 124
RAS_STB2 TP 123

B1Out 00 13
TP 67 - 80

D2
R1Out 00 13
TP 39 - 52

G1Out 00 13
TP 53 - 66

P4

IC24
IC42
IC44
IC45
IC46

Pin 1
5.0v
5.0v
5.0v
5.0v
5.0v

Pin 2
2.4v
1.7v
3.2v
3.2v
3.2v

Pin 3
0
0
0
0
0

D1

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P1

IC44

P104

P105

79

IC45

G2Out 00 13
TP 95 - 108

P106

IC24

Troubleshooting

CONTROL Board
. In charge of all signal process and creating ON/OFF order of all FET on
DRIVER B/D by receiving 8 bit R, G, B input.

Temperature display diode can


be checked.
Left picture shows 7 periods

. Power : 3.3V/5V

which means normal temperature

Temperature
diode

Green = OFF
Yellow = ON

LG Part Number Label

Voltage
Regulator
Temperature
Sensor

TEST Pattern
AUTOGEN
P4 Connector

MCM
(Micro
Control
Module)

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

Voltage
Regulator

80

Weight
D15 - 8
D16 - 4
D17 - 2
D18 - 1

60PC1D Control Board

Troubleshooting

Main Defect : MCM , connector, oscilator, LVDS poor connection


Voltage used : 3.3V/3.3V/3.3V/2.4V/1.8V(5 separate operating voltages).
Defect part

Description of
defect

CONTROL IC

Regular vertical
lines

Part

Solution

Replace
Control
Board
< Display Lines >

< MCM >

Connector

Reseat
Control
Board
Connectors

No display or
Partly no display
< Connector >

Oscilator

No picture
< Oscillator >

LVDS
poor connection

Remove LVDS Cable


and short pins 1 and
2 of connector P4 to
display test patterns.
If patterns are not
present, Control
board is defective

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Defect display

< Partly no display >

Replace
Control
Board

Reconnect
LVDS or
Replace
Control Board
LVDS Connector

81

< Poor connection >

Troubleshooting

The Control Board supplies the Video Signal to the TCP


ICs. If there is a bar defect on the screen, it could be a
Control Board problem.

Diagram of Control Board

Control Board to X Board


Address Signal Flow

MCM

This will show Signal Flow Distribution to help determine the failed
part depending on where the failure is on the screen.

LGDP 4012H IC3

Array

Array
MCM

16 line

192 Lines output

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16 line

TCP

TCP

TCP

Troubleshooting

60PC1D X Drive Boards

This section of the Presentation will cover the X Drive Boards. Upon completion
the Technician will have a better understanding of the Circuits which make up
X Drive and will be able to locate all the voltage test points.

The X Drive Boards consist of 3 Top and 3 Bottom Boards which are all similar in
operation, therefore the Top Center Board will be considered here.

Outputs from all the X Boards drive TCP ICs ( Tape Carrier Package ) located on
the Ribbon Cable which goes into both the top and bottom of the Display Panel.

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D X Drive Board

Voltages Supplied to the X Boards

VA

The Z SUS Board supplies both the Right Top


and Bottom X Boards.

VA

The Y SUS Board supplies both the Left Top and


Bottom, and the Center Top and Bottom X Boards.

5v

The Z SUS Board supplies the Right Top and Bottom X Boards.

5v

The Y SUS Board supplies the Left Top and Bottom,


and the Center Top and Bottom X Boards.

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Troubleshooting

TCP (Tape Carrier Package)


Supplies RGB 6bit signal to the PDP by connecting the PAD
Electrode of the PANEL with the X Board.

X_B/D

Frame
Rear panel
Front panel

Connector
TCP IC

Front side
TCP

<IC Defect>
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Behind side

Troubleshooting

60PC1D X Drive Boards


Top Center X Drive Board

Out to the TCP ICs

5V,VA from
Top Left X Board
RGB Logic Signals
For the Top Center and Right
X Boards are supplied
from the Control Board

Logic Signals for the


Z Sus Board are also
Supplied here

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

RGB Logic Signals


For the Right Top X Board and
Z SUS Logic Signals

86

Troubleshooting

60PC1D Center Top X Board


Connections on Connector P205
B203
VA

12,13,14
Ground

GND ( 2,3,4)

VA (7,8,9)
1
NC

5,6
NC

RGB Logic Signals

RGB Logic Signals

15 Thru 24

29 Thru 36

10,11
NC

47,48,49
Ground

VA (42,43,44)
40, 41
NC

25-28
Grnd

45,46

NC

NC

50

Output to TCP IC

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37 Thru 39
Grnd

87

Troubleshooting

60PC1D Center Top X Board

OUTPUT to the TCP ICs


P208

P207

P206

R254
R255
R256
R257

D204
C209

P205

R250
R251
R252
R253

D203

FL201

P203

P202

R246
R247
R248
R249

D202

P201

R242
R243
R244
R245

D201

B202

B203

FS201
P212
5V

P204

B201

B204
IC201

IC202

IC203

VA
To P211
P211
P209

P210
Logic Signals
Output to Right Top X Board
and the Z SUS Board
RGB LOGIC SIGNAL
INPUTS to IC201, IC202,
and IC203 output to TCP ICs

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60PC1D Main Board

Troubleshooting

This Section of the Presentation will cover the Main Board. Upon completion
the Technician will have a better understanding of the Signal Sources that are
Processed by this Board and the will be able to confirm its operation.

Main Board

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Troubleshooting

60PC1D Main Board


P4004

P4005

LVDS Signals

P4003

Fans

R Speaker
Tuner

L Speaker

BCM3550
IC 1001

Digital Audio

Computer Input

Component Inputs

Audio / Video Inputs

Antenna / Cable
Input
HDMI Inputs

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

RS232

90

S- Video

Block diagram for CI DTV


ANT. Cable

Troubleshooting

Tuner

SDRAM
SDRAM
256Mbit
x2
256Mbit

SIF for NTSC

ATSC/NT
SC Tuner

Made by S.B Park


Modified by S.K
Kim
Date 2006. 2. 9
X-tal
54MHz

64-Bit I/F
CVBS

CXA2069(AV S/W)

RS-232C

Reset
IC

BCM3560
IC1001

SIF for NTSC


Rear AV V, LR
IF P/N for DTV
IN5
Rear S YC, LR IN1
Side AV V,LR IN1
CVBS
IN4 OUT1
Side S
YC, LR
Y,C
IN4
MNT_V_Out
OUT3
Comp_1 LR
IN4
Comp_2 LR
RGB(Phone) LR IN3
Audio R/L
I2S
AUDIO

VSB/QAM/NTSC/SIF
IC6004
Digital Output.
VDEC_CVBS/S_Y

I2S Audio Input

ADC

R/G/B

2X1
S/W

Comp_1YCbCr
Comp_2YCbCr

MST336
1

SPDIF Out

D-class AMP

R/L Output

Hsync/Vsync/DE/Clk

IC7004

SPDIF_OU
T

LVDS 12
Trans

Audio

Data [24]

H/V Sync

USB for upgrade S/W

DVI Input

SPDIF

Flash Memory
16MByte

2X1
S/W
HDCP

TMDS

DDS

TMDS

HDMI & Component


RGB-PC

IIS
AUDIO
DAC

DDS

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IIC

HDMI/DVI

91

Sub
Sub Micom
Micom
(MTV416)
(MTV416)
MNT_OutLR

EEP
ROM

Video signal path for Composite/S-video/IF

Troubleshooting

ANT/ Cable
TUNER

BCM3550
IF_P from TUNER for DTV

IF_P
IF_N from TUNER for DTV

IF_N

CVBS from TUNER


TV IN
Rear AV

V, LR

Rear S

YC, LR

Side AV

V,LR

IN1
IN1

CXA2069
IC5003

YC, LR

OUT1/Y

IN4

OUT1/C
Comp_1

LR

Comp_2

LR

RGB(Phone)

M_CVBS
M_CVBS/Y

IN4

Side S

LPF for
CVBS

IN3
OUT3

MNT_V_Out

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Y/CVBS

IN4
LR

SD_CVBS
SD_CVBS

FMS6400

92

SD_Y
SD_C

Video signal path for Component Inputs

Troubleshooting

MM1732
Comp1_Y

IC5001

8(3A)

MM1731

Comp1_Pb 11(2A)

Comp1_Pr 16(1A)

Comp2_Y

9(3B)

Comp2_Pb 14(2B)

IC5002
6(Out3)

Comp_Y

5(Out2)

Comp_Pb

3(Out1)

Comp_Pr

8(3A)
L

11(2A)
16(1A)

RGB_G 9(3B)

Comp2_Pr 1(1B)

RGB_B 14(2B)
GPIO for Component

2 12 7
SW1 SW2 SW3

RGB_G
RGB_B
RGB_R
H Sync

6(Out3)

Y/G to LPF

5(Out2)

Pb/B to LPF

3(Out1)

Pr/R to LPF

RGB_R 1(1B)
GPIO for Component
2 12 7
SW1 SW2 SW3

7404

V Sync

RGB_HS
RGB_VS

BCM3550
MST3361

FMS6407
Y/G

3(YIN)

Pb/B

5(PBIN)

Pr/R

7(PBIN)

RGB_HS
GPIO for sync selection

IC1001

IC704

IC4009

44(GIN+)
43(SOGIN)

16 Comp_Y
15 Comp_Pb

41(BIN+)

14 Comp_Pr

1(EXT_SYNC)
18(SYNC_IN)

46(RIN+)

Data [24]
DATA_OUT
H/V/DE/CLK

HD-DVI

H sync/V sync
/DE/Clock

RGB_HS
RGB_VS

GPIO for sync selection


GPIO for Component
GPIO for Component

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H,V Sync/Clock

93

GPIO
GPIO
GPIO

Video signal path for HDMI Inputs

Troubleshooting

MST3361
IC704
DDC SDA1
DDC SCL1

HDMI 1

BCM3550

DDC1
INPUT

IC1001

TMDS1 RX0+/TMDS1 RX1+/TMDS1 RX2+/TMDS1 RX3+/-

TMDS1
INPUT

H,V Sync/DE
/Clock

DDC SDA1
DDC SCL1

DATA_OUT

DDC SCL2

HDMI 2

INT

DDC2
INPUT

TMDS2 RX1+/TMDS2 RX2+/TMDS2 RX3+/-

GPIO for Power detection

TMDS2
INPUT

DDC SDA2
EEPROM
For EDID

HDCP SDA
HDCP SCL

Plasma Display Panel Troubleshooting - 2007

GPIO for Interrupt

GPIO for Hot plug detection

TMDS2 RX0+/-

EEPROM
For HDCP

H sync/V sync
/DE/Clock

HD-DVI
H,V Sync/Clock

EEPROM
For EDID

DDC SDA2

DDC SCL2

Data [0: 23]

NDA
NCL

94

GPIO

GPIO
GPIO

Audio signal path Block Diagram


ANT/ Cable

Troubleshooting

IF_P from TUNER for DTV


TUNER

IF_P
IF_N

IF_N from TUNER for DTV


SIF from TUNER

BCM3550

SIF

CXA2069
Rear AV

V, LR

Rear S

YC, LR

Side AV

YC, LR

Comp_1

LR

Comp_2

LR

RGB(Phone)

I2S_SCK_IN

OUT1/R

IN1

V,LR

Side S

Audio R

IN1
IN4

OUT1/L

IN4

Audio L

AUDIO ADC
(CS5331)

LR

I2S_LRCH_IN

I2S_LRCH_IN

I2S_LRCK_IN

I2S_LRCK_IN

SPDIF from MST3361

IN4

I2S_SCK_IN

SPDIF_IN_P

IN3

I2S_SCK_OUT

MNT_Out _L
MNT_Out _R

MC3307
(OP-AMP)

AUDIO DAC
(CS4344)

I2S_LRCH_OUT

I2S_LRCK_OUT

I2S_LRCK_OUT

SPDIF Out

SPDIF_OUT_P
SPK_L_P

Analog L_OUT

Analog R_OUT

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I2S_SCK_OUT

I2S_LRCH_OUT

Audio
AMP
(TPA3100)

95

SPK_L_N
SPK_R_P
SPK_R_N

AUD_LEFT_P
AUD_LEFT_N
AUD_RIGHT_P
AUD_RIGHT_N

No raster in details

CASE 1. No Picture (Sound Ok)


(1) To check LED light on the CTRL B/D

(2) To Check input cable from power to signal and CTRL B/D

(3) To check connection from power to X_B/D, Y B/D, Z B/D

(4) To check connection from CTRL B/D to X B/D, Y B/D, Z B/D

(5) To check fuse on Y, Z B/D and IPM

(6) Examine Scan ICs

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MCM defect on CTRL


B/D
picture

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defects description

Cause

Regular vertical lines

Replace CTRL

Regular vertical lines

Replace CTRL

Regular vertical lines on R/G/B

Replace CTRL

97

MCM defect on CTRL B/D


picture

defects description

Cause

Vertical bar on R/G/B


(short)

Replace CTRL
or X Drive PCB

Vertical bar on R /G/B


(Open)

Replace CTRL
or X Drive PCB

Color spread on R/G/B

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Replace CTRL

MCM defect on CTRL B/D


picture

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defects description

Cause

Abnormal on Top or Bottom


screen (only for Dual Scan
model)

Replace CTRL

Distortion

Replace CTRL

Vertical Lines Copied

Replace CTRL

99

MCM defect on CTRL B/D


picture

defects description

Cause

A vertical line from top


(only for 4005A MCM
model)

Replace CTRL
or X Drive PCB

A vertical line from bottom


(4005A MCM model)

Data Noise

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Replace CTRL
or X Drive PCB

Replace CTRL

Related CTRL B/D defects

Failure parts

Phenomenon

picture

Cause

MCM

raining

Replace CTRL B/D

Full or partly No
image

To check cable connection on the control


and X PCBs

Connector

Oscillator

No LED light
Check power to and on the control PCB if
ok replace CTRL B/D

Connector

Check power to and on the control PCB if


ok replace CTRL B/D

Abnormal display

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Y-SUS B/D & Y-DRV


failure

picture

Y-SUS
& YDRV

defects description

Cause

Check signal and voltage on YSUS and Y-DRV if ok replace YSUS and/or Y-DRV.
*Disconnect each Y_DRV PCB
one at a time and retest unit.

To replace Y-SUS
or Y-DRV

Y-SUS
Y-SUS
(abnormal display)

To replace Y-SUS

Y-SUS

Y-SUS

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Check signal and voltage on YSUS and Y-DRV if ok replace YSUS and/or Y-DRV.
*Disconnect each Y_DRV PCB
one at a time and retest unit.
*Check supply to X boards.

102

To replace Y-SUS or X
drive PCB

Y-DRV
failure

defects parts

picture

defects description
Horizontal bar
*Disconnect each YDRV PCB one at a
time and retest unit.

Y-DRV

Abnormal picture
*Disconnect each YDRV PCB one at a
time and retest unit.

Y-DRV

Abnormal display
(connections
between Y-DRV and
Y-SUS)

connect
or

Abnormal picture
*Disconnect each YDRV PCB one at a
time and retest unit.

Y-DRV

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Cause

Replace Y-DRV

To replace Y-DRV

Re seat connectors

To replace Y-DRV

Z-SUS & others


failure

picture

defects description

Cause

Dark Picture
*Check for supply
voltages and Y-SUS, ZSUS waveforms.

Replace Z-SUS

X_B/D

Partly abnormal display

To replace X-B/D after


checking cable and
connection

CTRL

Many vertical lines

Replace CTRL b/d

Z-SUS

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Checking method of Y-DRV


Y-DRV defects
1) Diode value comes 0.4~0.6 Y-DRV OK
2) Less than 0.4, to replace Y-DRV board

Pic. 1.

Scan IC defects

GND

Pic. 3.

Pic 2.

1. To fixed up (-) Probe like Pic.2


2. To sweep (+) Probe on the connector like Pic. 3.
3. If there are short between GND and a pin, it is failure of
the scan ic To replace Y-DRV

<Phenomenon>

Pic. 4.

Ex>50X3

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Checking method of X_B/D

1. No display of screen
1)
2)
3)
4)

To check power connector of the X B/D


To check connectors between CTRL B/D and X B/D
To replace the X B/D.
Be sure the connection of TCP after X B/D replacing
relation between screen and X B/D
Screen
X B/D
left

Right X B/D Pic. 1


right

Left X B/D Pic. 2

Pic. 1.

Pic. 2.

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Checking method of IPM

EX> 42V7
model
1. Forward: test 1. GND() , Sus-out()
test 2. Sus-out(),Vs()
In each test, the Diode value are over 0.4V OK
(+) + probe, (-) - probe
2. Reverse : test 1.GND() , Sus-out()
test2. Sus-out(),Vs()
In each test, the diode value comes infinity() OK
(+) + probe, (-) - probe

<Phenomenon>

Pic. 1.

Pic. 2.(+) Probe

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Pic. 4. DMM mode

Pic. 3.(-) Probe

107

Cables roles

Ex) 50X3
Cable

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Role

Supply Va,5V to X B/D

RGB Video signal

FET driving signal to


make the Y waveform

5V,15V for IC and FET driving

5V supply

To supply Va,Vs to Y and Z board

FET driving signal to make Z


waveform

Supply waveform on panel for


operation

Connecting between Y drive top


and bottom

Cable defects
Phenomenon

Connection defect by Cable

The cable connection Between Y-SUS,Z-SUS,CTRL B/D


and X B/D

The cable between Y-SUS and Y-DRV

The cable between Y-DRV TOP and Y-DRV Bottom.


It is for a model of which Y-DRV is separated TOP
and Bottom board.

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60 X-PSU. Characteristics from EAY32961901 & EAY32961801


Input requirements

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Output Characteristics

110

60 X-PSU. Adjustment Points and Distribution of Connectors


X-PSU Main Part (LGE No: EAY32961801)

VR951 - VS ADJ

P812
10

VS SUPPLY (190V-ADJ)

VS SUPPLY (190V-ADJ)

VS SUPPLY (190V-ADJ)

N.C.

GROUND

GROUND

GROUND

GROUND

VA SUPPLY (60V-ADJ)

VA SUPPLY (60V-ADJ)

VA & VS-ADJ have been


adjusted against PDP
Module Specifications
during final assembly
process in Plasma TVs
Factory

VR901 - VA ADJ
P811
1

5V SUPPLY

5V SUPPLY

GROUND

GROUND

13

3.3V_ON_IN

12

N.C.

AC NEUTRAL

NC

AC LINE AFTER RL102

AC LINE AFTER RL102

P814_2

PFC
1

AC NEUTRAL

NC
2

GROUND

GROUND
1

12V SUPPLY
2

P817_2

111

VCC1

6V SUPPLY
3

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3.4V SUPPLY
4

6.5V SUPPLY
Sound SUPPLY (19
5

1
STBY5V SUPPLY

6.5V SUPPLY
2
PFC_DET

6.5V SUPPLY

GROUND

3
AC_DET

P816_2

AC_ON

GROUND

RL_ON

STBY5V

GROUND

RL1

VS_ON_IN

RL2

5V

10

5V_ON_IN

GROUND

STBY5V

3.4V_ON

GROUND

11

P815_2

N.C.

MULTI_ON

6V

10

12

11

P800

3
NC

AC NEUTRAL

2
AC LINE AFTER RL102

AC NEUTRAL

1
AC LINE AFTER RL102

12

11

MULTI_ON

GROUND

10
RL2

3.4V_ON

9
RL1

GROUND

8
AC_DET

7
PFC_DET

GROUND

6
STBY5V SUPPLY

6.5V SUPPLY

5
SOUND SUPPLY (19V)

4
3.4V SUPPLY

3
6V SUPPLY

6.5V SUPPLY

2
12V SUPPLY

6.5V SUPPLY

1
GROUND

60 X-PSU. Adjustment Point and Distribution of Connectors

GROUND

GROUND

3.4V SUPPLY

3.4V SUPPLY

10

GROUND

12V SUPPLY

GROUND

3.4V SUPPLY

GROUND

6V SUPPLY

GROUND

P814_1
1

6V SUPPLY

6V SUPPLY

NC

GROUND

PFC

GROUND

12V SUPPLY

VCC

12V SUPPLY

GROUND

GROUND

10

P817_1

11

P815_1

GROUND

P816_1

P802
12

P803

GROUND

19V (SOUND SUPPLY)

19V (SOUND SUPPLY)

VR251 - 3.4V ADJ

3.4V-ADJ has
been adjusted
and fixed in
Power Supplies
Factory

X-PSU Sub Part (LGE No: EAY32961901)

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P813
AC LINE

NC

AC NEUTRAL

X-PSU Block Diagram. Converters and Regulators


19V

19V
DISCRETE REG

SOUND

12V

12V
IC REGULATOR
AC_DET

MULTIOUTPUT
CONVERTER

AC
INPUT
D125

12V

6.5V

6.5V only 60 X-PSU

ON/OFF
DISCRETE

6V
MULTI_ON

D130
6.5V

6V
5V

5V
DISCRETE REG

5V
M5V_ON

R750

D126

POWER
RELAY(S)

5V
IC REGULATOR

RL1
VCC1

RL2

5V_MNT

STBY_ON

STBY5V

3.4V
DC/DC
CONVDERTER
RECTIFIER
BRIDGE

VCC
1

3.4V_ON

D601
P18V

PFC
CONVERTER

P18V
PFC_DET

P18V

3.4V

PFC_ON

VA
CONVERTER

VS
CONVERTER
& CURRENT
SENSE CIRCUIT

VA
VA & VS
DISCHARGER

113

VA_DET

VS
VS_ON
VS_OCP

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3.4V

VS_DET
DISCHARGE

X-PSU Block Diagram. Micro-controller


Signals From/To
Converters and Regulators

12V
6V
MULTI_O
N
5V
M5V_O
N
RL1
RL2
STBY_ON

Input

1 12V

VS_DET 28

Input

Input

2 3.4V

VA_DET 27

Input

Input

3 5V

SOUND 26

Input

Input

4 6V

STBY_ON 25

Out

VDD

5 VDD

VSS 24

GND

Input

6 VS_OCP

RESET 23

Input

XOUT 22

Out

Out

7 DISCHARGE

Out

8 M5V_ON

3.4V_ON

Out

9 3.4V_ON

PFC_ON

Out

10 MULTI_ON

3.4V
PFC_DET

VA_DET

U701 MC80F0308

SOUND

XIN 21

Input

VS_ON 20

Out

PFC_ON 19

Out

PFC_DET 18

Input
Input

Input

11 3.3V_ON_IN

VS_ON

Input

12 5V_ON_IN

AC_DET 17

AC_DET

Input

13 VS_ON_IN

RL1 16

Out

Input

14 RL_ON

AC_ON 15

Out

VS_DET

VS_OC
P
DISCHARG
E

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Signals
From/To
Main Chassis
3.3V_ON_IN
5V_ON_IN
VS_ON_IN
RL_ON
AC_ON

60 X-PSU. Main Components by Section


SECTION

AC INPUT

POWER
RELAY
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER

PFC
CONVERTER

LOCATION

GENERIC
NUMBER

CLASS

F101

0326015.MXP

FUSE

VA101

B72214-S2381K101

VARISTOR

385VRMS 14MM RADIAL

U121

KIA431A-AT/P KEC

LINEAR IC

SHUNT REGULATOR VREF: 2.470 ~ 2.520V TO-92

KEC

PC501

PS2571L1-1-V-A

PHOTO COUPLER

CTR: 200 ~ 400 DIP 4PIN

NEC

RL101,
RL102

DH5D1-O(M)-16A

RELAY

Q701, Q702

2SD2114K-W

CHIP
TRANSISTOR

D101, D102

D25XB60

BRIDGE
RECTIFIER

U601

NCP1653A

CONTROLLER

Q601, Q602,
Q603, Q604

SD20N60

MOSFET

U122

KIA431A-AT/P KEC

LINEAR IC

PC502

PS2571L1-1-V-A

PC601

DESCRIPTION
15A 250V 5X20MM SLOW-BLO 6.3 X 31.8MM

250V 16A ; COIL: 5V


NPN 20V 500MA HFE: 1200 ~ 2700; ROHM: SMT3 EIAJ:
SC59
600V 25A 6S
PFC CONTROLLER; FIXED FREQUENCY: 67 kHz PDIP-8
N-CHANNEL 600V 20A TO-247

MANUFACTURER
LITTELFUSE
EPCOS

DAIICHI
ROHM
SHINDENGEN
ON SEMICONDUCTOR
INFINEON

SHUNT REGULATOR VREF: 2.470 ~ 2.520V TO-92

KEC

PHOTO COUPLER

CTR: 200 ~ 400 DIP 4PIN

NEC

PS2571L1-1-V-A

PHOTO COUPLER

CTR: 200 ~ 400 DIP 4PIN

NEC

U151

NCP1217AP100G

CONTROLLER

PC201

PS2571L1-1-V-A

PHOTO COUPLER

U241

KIA431A-AT/P KEC

R152

CURRENT MODE CONTROLLER; FREQ: 100kHz


DUTY CYCLE: 50%MAX PDIP-7

ON SEMICONDUCTOR

CTR: 200 ~ 400 DIP 4PIN

NEC

LINEAR IC

SHUNT REGULATOR VREF: 2.470 ~ 2.520V TO-92

KEC

ICP250-3A00

FUSING
RESISTOR

INRUSH CURRENT PROTECTOR; 250V-3A00 V-TYPE; 0.16


OHM

SMART ELECTRONICS

Q151

STP6NK90ZFP

MOSFET

N-CHANNEL 900V 5.8A TO-220F

ST
MICROELECTRONICS

ZD201

MTZJ6.8B

ZENER DIODE

Q204

KTC3200-BL

TRANSISTOR

Q201

FQPF27P06

MOSFET

12V SUPPLY

U221

KIA278R12PI

LDO REGULATOR

VDD SUPPLY

ZD280

MTZJ5.1B

ZENER DIODE

MULTIOUTPUT
CONVERTER

19V SUPPLY

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6.8V 5MA DO-34


NPN 120V 100MA HFE: 350~ 700 TO92
P-CHANNEL -60 V -8.6A OR -60V -17A TO-220F
LOW DROP OUT REGULATOR; ON/OFF; 12V 2A TO-220IS
5.1V 5MA DO34

115

ROHM
KEC
FAIRCHILD
KEC
ROHM

60 X-PSU. Main Components by Section


SECTION

LOCATIO
N

GENERIC
NUMBER

CLASS

6.5V SUPPLY

D233, D234

MBRF20100CT OR
VF20100SG

SCHOTTKY
RECTIFIER

6V SUPPLY

Q233

AP60T03GH

CHIP MOSFET

U231

KIA431A-AT/P KEC

LINEAR IC

Q231

FQPF50N06

MOSFET

U233

KIA278R05PI

LDO REGULATOR

U251

KIA34063A

CONTROLLER

Q270

AP40P03GI

MOSFET

U801

KA7552A

SMPS
CONTROLLER

PC901

PS2571L1-1-V-A

PHOTO COUPLER

U901

KIA431A-AT/P KEC

R809

5V SUPPLY
STBY5V SUPPLY
3.4V SUPPLY

VA
CONVERTER

VS
CONVERTER

VA & VS
DISCHARGER

MICROCONTROLL
ER

DESCRIPTION
100V 20A ITO-220AB
N-CHANNEL 30V 45A TO-252(H)
SHUNT REGULATOR VREF: 2.470 ~ 2.520V TO-92
N-CHANNEL 60V 31A TO-220F

MANUFACTURER
SENSITRON OR
VISHAY
APEC
KEC
FAIRCHILD

LOW DROP OUT REGULATOR; ON/OFF; 5V 2A TO-220IS

KEC

DC/DC CONVERTER FREQ: 100kHz 8PIN DIP

KEC

P-CHANNEL -30V -30A TO-220


SMPS SWITCHING CONTROL; DUTY CYCLE: 70%MAX
DIP-8

APEC
FAIRCHILD

CTR: 200 ~ 400 DIP 4PIN

NEC

LINEAR IC

SHUNT REGULATOR VREF: 2.470 ~ 2.520V TO-92

KEC

ICP250-3A00

FUSING
RESISTOR

INRUSH CURRENT PROTECTOR; 250V-3A00 V-TYPE; 0.16


OHM

SMART ELECTRONICS

Q801

STP6NK90ZFP

MOSFET

N-CHANNEL 900V 5.8A TO-220F

ST
MICROELECTRONICS

F851

215005

FUSE

U851

L6598

CONTROLLER

PC701,
PC951

PS2571L1-1-V-A

PHOTO COUPLER

5A 250V 5X20MM SLOW-BLO


HIGH VOLTAGE RESONANT CONTROLLER; FREQ: 60kHz
DIP-16

LITTELFUSE
ST
MICROELECTRONICS

CTR: 200 ~ 400 DIP 4PIN

NEC

SHUNT REGULATOR VREF: 2.470 ~ 2.520V TO-92

KEC

U951

KIA431A-AT/P KEC

LINEAR IC

Q851, Q852,
Q855,
Q859

SD20N60 OR
FCA20N60S

MOSFET

Q953, Q954

KTC3198-Y

TRANSISTOR

NPN 60V 150MA HFE: 120 ~ 240 TO-92

KEC

Q951

KTC3875S-Y KEC

CHIP
TRANSISTOR

NPN 60V 150MA HFE: 120 ~ 240 SOT-23

KEC

Q952

FQPF9N25C OR
FQPF16N25C

MOSFET

X701

CSTLS8M00G53-AO

RESONATOR

U701

MC80F0308G P

MICROCONTROLL
ER

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N-CHANNEL 600V 20A TO-247 OR 600V 20A TO-3P

N-CHANNEL 250V 8.8A OR 250V 15.6A TO-220F


CERALOCK; FREQUENCY: 8 MHZ 5% RADIAL 3 PINS
GMS 800 SERIES CMOS 8-BIT; FLASH MEMORY: 8K
RAM: 512BYTES I/O-PORTS: 26; 28SKDIP

116

INFINEON OR
FAIRCHILD

FAIRCHILD
MURATA
ABOV
SEMICONDUCTOR

60 X-PSU. AC Input and Voltage for Multi-Output Converter

AC PLUG-I
N

TURN-ON

D125-CATHODE

D125-CATHODE

D126-ANODE

D126-ANODE

D126-ANODE

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D125-CATHODE
VOLTAGE FOR MULTIOUTPUT CONVERTER

117

60 X-PSU. Multi-Output Converter


FROM D125-CATHODE

STAND-BY MOD
E

U601PIN 5

D156-CATHODE

Q151DRAIN
U601PIN 5 (VDD)

U601-PIN 6 (GATE)
Q151DRAIN

WORKING MO
DE
D156-CATHODE
U601PIN 5 (VDD)
U601-PIN 6 (GATE)

U601-PIN 6

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D156-CATHODE
Q151DRAIN

118

X-PSU Block Diagram. Micro-controller


Signals From/To
Converters and Regulators

12V
6V
MULTI_O
N
5V
M5V_O
N
RL1
RL2
STBY_ON

Input

1 12V

VS_DET 28

Input

Input

2 3.4V

VA_DET 27

Input

Input

3 5V

SOUND 26

Input

Input

4 6V

STBY_ON 25

Out

VDD

5 VDD

VSS 24

GND

Input

6 VS_OCP

RESET 23

Input

XOUT 22

Out

Out

7 DISCHARGE

Out

8 M5V_ON

3.4V_ON

Out

9 3.4V_ON

PFC_ON

Out

10 MULTI_ON

3.4V
PFC_DET

VA_DET

U701 MC80F0308

SOUND

XIN 21

Input

VS_ON 20

Out

PFC_ON 19

Out

PFC_DET 18

Input
Input

Input

11 3.3V_ON_IN

VS_ON

Input

12 5V_ON_IN

AC_DET 17

AC_DET

Input

13 VS_ON_IN

RL1 16

Out

Input

14 RL_ON

AC_ON 15

Out

VS_DET

VS_OC
P
DISCHARG
E

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Signals
From/To
Main Chassis
3.3V_ON_IN
5V_ON_IN
VS_ON_IN
RL_ON
AC_ON

Troubleshooting

Power Supply
Supplements for previous Spring 2007 Meetings

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting LG Power Supplies

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Troubleshooting

Power Supply

This presentation will discuss Troubleshooting Techniques


employed in Flat Screen LG Plasma and LCD Display Power Supplies.
Upon Completion of this section the Technician will be able to confirm the
condition of the Power Supply with great accuracy and be able to
confirm normal operation without circuit board replacement.

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Troubleshooting

50PC1DR Plasma Display


Power Supply

This Troubleshooting Procedure relates to the 50PC1DR Power Supply and should be used to assist in
Troubleshooting and determining whether the Power Supply is functioning properly
without circuit board substitution.
Step 1
With the Power Supply Board removed from the unit and placed in a service position apply AC Power
to connector SC101 and check for Standby 5v at connector P800 ( Pin3 )
and the presence of 5v AC Detect at P800 ( Pin1 ). Remove Power.

Step 2
If the 5v Standby and AC Detect are normal, check the resistance at the output of Connectors
P804 ( 5VDC, between Pins1 and 5 ) and P805 ( VS, between Pins 5 and 10 ) and ( VA, between Pins 1 and 5 )
to be sure there are no short circuits, the resistance should be in the Meg Ohm Range.

Step 3
Connect the resistors and Light bulbs as shown in the Diagram ( PG 6 ) and apply AC Power.
The Power Supply should output all the voltages necessary to operate the unit.
Failure of normal operation at this point indicates Circuit Board Repair or Replacement.

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Troubleshooting

Power Supply
Low Voltage Connectors

P800
P800
1) AC-D
2) RL-ON
3) S-5V
4) GND
5) VS-ON
6) 5V-D
7) M5V-ON
8) S-5V
9) GND
10) NC
11) 6V
12) N.C
13) 3.3ON

PIN1

P803
PIN 1

P802
PIN 1

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P803
1) 3.3V
2) 3.3V
3) GND
4) GND
5) 6V
6) 6V
7) GND
8) GND
9) 12V
10) 12V
11) GND
12) GND

P802
1) 19V
2) 19V
3) GND
4) GND
5) 6V
6) GND
7) 3.3V
8) GND
9) 12V
10) GND

50PC1DR Plasma Display

Troubleshooting

Power Supply
P805
VS Pin 10

GRND Pin 5

VA

P804
GRND

5VDC

13

P800
1) AC-D
2) RL-ON
3) S-5V
4) GND
5) VS-ON
6) 5V-D
7) M5V-ON
8) S-5V
9) GND
10) NC
11) 6V
12) N.C
13) 3.3ON
13

P800

12

11

10

P800
=

(2) 60 Watt Light Bulbs


connected in series

= 100 Ohms Watt


1
12

P803

10

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47LB1

Troubleshooting
Power Supply

This Troubleshooting Procedure relates to the Power Supply used in the 47LB1 LCD Display Panel.
This explanation will aide the Technician in confirming the normal operation of the Power Supply without
needing to substitute the board.

Step 1
Remove the Power Supply Board from the unit and place it in the service position

Step 2
Connect AC Power to connector SC100 and confirm presence of 5v Standby ( P202 pin 3 ) and
AC Detect ( P202 Pin 1 ). Remove Power, if both are present proceed to Step 3.
Step 3

Step 4

Place 100 Ohm watt resistor as shown in the Diagram (PG 8) between RL - ON ( Pin 3 ) and
5v Standby VCC ( Pin 15 ) on the Sub Micon Board and apply AC Power.
The 6v and 12v Supplies ( see PG 9 for their locations ) should now be present. Remove Power.
Install a 1K Ohm watt resistor as shown in the Diagram (PG 9) between 5v Standby ( P202 Pin 3 )
and 3.3v ON ( P202 Pin 13 ). Apply AC Power the remaining 19v, 24v and 3.3v Supplies should all be present
See PG 9 for their locations.

Failure at any of above steps indicates a problem with the Power Supply, the Board will need to be Replaced or Repaired

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Troubleshooting

P203 P206

Power Supply Board


47LB1

T102

T101

P204 P205

AC
INPUT

SC100

Sub Micon Board


Pin 3
RL- ON

Pin 15
5v Standby
100 OHMS

Resistors are watt

1K OHM
5v
Standby
Pin 3

3.3v ON
Pin 13
P200

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P201

P202

Troubleshooting
47LB1

Power Supply
Sub Micon
1

(1) RLY ON

(9) 24V ON OFF

(2) ACD ON

(10) 3.4V DET

(3) RLY ON / OFF

(11) 19V DET

(4) ACD

(12) 12V DET

(5) MULTI ON/ OFF

(13) 6V DET
(14) 24V DET
(15) 5V STB VCC
(16) GND

Connect a 100 Ohm Watt Resistor from pin 3 to pin 15 as indicated

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Troubleshooting
47LB1
POWER SUPPLY

12

P200

P201

10

13

P202

(1) 3.4V

(1) 19V

(1) AC DETECT

(2) 3.4V

(2) 19V

(2) POWER N/F

(3) GND

(3) GND

(3) ST5V

(4) GND

(4) GND

(4) GND

(5) 6V

(5) 6V

(5) INV CTRL

(6) 6V

(6) GND

(6) ERR_OUT

(7) GND

(7) 3.4V

(7) BRT_CTRL

(8) GND

(8) ST5V

(9) 12V

(9) GND

(10) GND

(10) PWR_DIMM

(8) GND
(9) 12V
(10) 12V

(11) 6V

(11) GND

(12) GND

(12) GND

(13) 3.4V_ON
Connect 1K Ohm Watt Resistor from Pin 3 to Pin13 of P202

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Troubleshooting

The End
Thank You!

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