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39 LCD TV

chassis FL13.10
SERVICE MANUAL
Contents
TYPE A
LF391EM4 EMERSON (Serial No.: DS2)
39ME313V/F7 MAGNAVOX (Serial No.: DS2)

TYPE B
LF391EM4 EMERSON (Serial No.: DS1, DS3)
39ME313V/F7 MAGNAVOX (Serial No.: DS1, DS3)

This service manual contains information of different types of models.


Make sure to refer to the section describing your model.T

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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all
Funai Equipment. The service procedures recommended by Funai and
described in this service manual are effective methods of performing
service operations. Some of these service special tools should be used
when and as recommended.
It is important to note that this service manual contains various CAUTIONS
and NOTICES which should be carefully read in order to minimize the risk
of personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper
service methods may damage the equipment. It also is important to
understand that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE.
Funai could not possibly know, evaluate and advice the service trade of all
conceivable ways in which service might be done or of the possible
hazardous consequences of each way. Consequently, Funai has not
undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a servicer who uses a
service procedure or tool which is not recommended by Funai must first
use all precautions thoroughly so that neither his safety nor the safe
operation of the equipment will be jeopardized by the service method
selected.

The LCD panel is manufactured to provide many years of useful life.


Occasionally a few non active pixels may appear as a tiny spec of color.
This is not to be considered a defect in the LCD screen.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Important Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Standard Notes for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Cabinet Disassembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Electrical Adjustment Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
How to Initialize the LCD TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Firmware Renewal Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Block Diagrams [TYPE A] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
[TYPE B] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6
Schematic Diagrams / CBA and Test Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
Wiring Diagrams [TYPE A] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
[TYPE B] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2
Exploded Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
Revision History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1
SPECIFICATIONS

< TUNER / NTSC >


Description Condition Unit Nominal Limit
1. AFT Pull-In Range --- MHz 2.3 2.1
TV.ch.4 dBV 18 20
2. Synchronizing Sens. CA.ch.31 dBV 18 20
CA.ch.87 dBV 18 23

< TUNER / ATSC >


Description Condition Unit Nominal Limit
1. Received Freq. Range (-28dBm) --- kHz --- 100
ch.4 dBm --- -76/0
2. ATSC Dynamic Range (min / max) ch.10 dBm --- -76/0
ch.41 dBm --- -76/+4

< LCD PANEL >


Description Condition Unit Nominal Limit
Horizontal pixels 1920 ---
1. Native Pixel Resolution
Vertical pixels 1080 ---
2. Brightness (w / filter) --- cd/m2 270 ---
Horizontal -88 to 88 ---
3. Viewing Angle
Vertical -88 to 88 ---

< VIDEO >


Description Condition Unit Nominal Limit
Horizontal % 5 55
1. Over Scan
Vertical % 5 55
--- K 12000 ---
x 0.272 5%
y 0.278 5%
<Measurement condition>
Input signal: HDMI1 Raster (40/80IRE) 1080i@60
2. Color Temperature Measurement point: Screen center
Measuring instrument: Made of KONICA MINOLTA Luminance meter CA-310
Aging Time: 60min. (Retail MODE / 100IRE Raster HDMI
1080i@60)
MODE setting of TV: Shipment setting / Retail MODE
Ambient Temperature: 25C 5C
Horizontal line 400 ---
3. Resolution (composite video)
Vertical line 350 ---

< AUDIO >


All items are measured across 8 load at speaker output terminal with L.P.F.
Description Condition Unit Nominal Limit
1. Audio MAX Output (ATSC 0dBfs) Lch/Rch W 8.0/8.0 7.0/7.0
2. Audio Distortion (NTSC) 500mW: Lch/Rch % 0.5/0.5 2.0/2.0

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Prior to shipment from the factory, our products are strictly inspected for recognized product safety and electrical
codes of the countries in which they are to be sold. However, in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally
important to implement the following precautions when a set is being serviced.

Safety Precautions for LCD TV d. Leakage Current Hot Check - With the
instrument completely reassembled, plug the
Circuit AC line cord directly into a 120 V AC outlet. (Do
1. Before returning an instrument to the not use an isolation transformer during this
customer, always make a safety check of the test.) Use a leakage current tester or a
entire instrument, including, but not limited to, the metering system that complies with American
following items: National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.1
a. Be sure that no built-in protective devices are Leakage Current for Appliances and
defective and have been defeated during Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1410, (50.7).
servicing. (1) Protective shields are provided With the instrument AC switch first in the on
on this chassis to protect both the technician position and then in the off position, measure
and the customer. Correctly replace all missing from a known earth ground (metal water pipe,
protective shields, including any removed for conduit, etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the
servicing convenience. (2) When reinstalling instrument (antennas, handle brackets, metal
the chassis and/or other assembly in the cabinet, screw heads, metallic overlays, control
cabinet, be sure to put back in place all shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal
protective devices, including but not limited to, parts that offer an electrical return path to the
nonmetallic control knobs, insulating chassis. Any current measured must not
fishpapers, adjustment and compartment exceed 0.5 milli-ampere. Reverse the
covers/shields, and isolation resistor/capacitor instrument power cord plug in the outlet and
networks. Do not operate this instrument or repeat the test.
permit it to be operated without all
protective devices correctly installed and READING SHOULD
functioning. Servicers who defeat safety NOT BE ABOVE 0.5 mA
features or fail to perform safety checks
may be liable for any resulting damage. LEAKAGE
DEVICE CURRENT
b. Be sure that there are no cabinet openings BEING TESTER
through which an adult or child might be able to TESTED + _
insert their fingers and contact a hazardous
voltage. Such openings include, but are not TEST ALL EXPOSED
limited to, (1) spacing between the Liquid METAL SURFACES
Crystal Panel and the cabinet mask, (2)
excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and
(3) an improperly fitted and/or incorrectly ALSO TEST WITH
secured cabinet back cover. PLUG REVERSED
c. Antenna Cold Check - With the instrument AC USING AC
plug removed from any AC source, connect an ADAPTER PLUG EARTH
electrical jumper across the two AC plug AS REQUIRED GROUND
prongs. Place the instrument AC switch in the
on position. Connect one lead of an ohmmeter ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE
to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch LIMITS SPECIFIED HEREIN INDICATE A
the other ohmmeter lead in turn to each tuner POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD THAT MUST
antenna input exposed terminal screw and, if BE ELIMINATED BEFORE RETURNING THE
applicable, to the coaxial connector. If the INSTRUMENT TO THE CUSTOMER OR
measured resistance is less than 1.0 megohm BEFORE CONNECTING THE ANTENNA OR
or greater than 5.2 megohm, an abnormality ACCESSORIES.
exists that must be corrected before the
2. Read and comply with all caution and safety-
instrument is returned to the customer. Repeat
related notes on or inside the receiver cabinet, on
this test with the instrument AC switch in the off
the receiver chassis, or on the Liquid Crystal
position.
Panel.

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3. Design Alteration Warning - Do not alter or add 7. Product Safety Notice - Some electrical and
to the mechanical or electrical design of this TV mechanical parts have special safety-related
receiver. Design alterations and additions, characteristics which are often not evident from
including, but not limited to circuit modifications visual inspection, nor can the protection they give
and the addition of items such as auxiliary audio necessarily be obtained by replacing them with
and/or video output connections, might alter the components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
safety characteristics of this receiver and create a Parts that have special safety characteristics are
hazard to the user. Any design alterations or identified by a # on schematics and in parts lists.
additions will void the manufacturer's warranty and Use of a substitute replacement that does not
may make you, the servicer, responsible for have the same safety characteristics as the
personal injury or property damage resulting recommended replacement part might create
therefrom. shock, fire, and/or other hazards. The product's
4. Hot Chassis Warning - safety is under review continuously and new
instructions are issued whenever appropriate.
a. Some TV receiver chassis are electrically
Prior to shipment from the factory, our products
connected directly to one conductor of the AC
are strictly inspected to confirm they comply with
power cord and maybe safety-serviced without
the recognized product safety and electrical codes
an isolation transformer only if the AC power
of the countries in which they are to be sold.
plug is inserted so that the chassis is
However, in order to maintain such compliance, it
connected to the ground side of the AC power
is equally important to implement the following
source. To confirm that the AC power plug is
precautions when a set is being serviced.
inserted correctly, with an AC voltmeter,
measure between the chassis and a known
earth ground. If a voltage reading in excess of
1.0 V is obtained, remove and reinsert the AC
power plug in the opposite polarity and again
measure the voltage potential between the
chassis and a known earth ground.
b. Some TV receiver chassis normally have 85V
AC(RMS) between chassis and earth ground
regardless of the AC plug polarity. This chassis
can be safety-serviced only with an isolation
transformer inserted in the power line between
the receiver and the AC power source, for both
personnel and test equipment protection.
c. Some TV receiver chassis have a secondary
ground system in addition to the main chassis
ground. This secondary ground system is not
isolated from the AC power line. The two
ground systems are electrically separated by
insulation material that must not be defeated or
altered.
5. Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to
assure correct lead dress in the following areas: a.
near sharp edges, b. near thermally hot parts-be
sure that leads and components do not touch
thermally hot parts, c. the AC supply, d. high
voltage, and, e. antenna wiring. Always inspect in
all areas for pinched, out of place, or frayed wiring.
Check AC power cord for damage.
6. Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to
have overheated or are otherwise damaged
should be replaced with components, parts, or
wiring that meet original specifications.
Additionally, determine the cause of overheating
and/or damage and, if necessary, take corrective
action to remove any potential safety hazard.

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Precautions during Servicing
A. Parts identified by the # symbol are critical for
safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
B. In addition to safety, other parts and assemblies
are specified for conformance with regulations
applying to spurious radiation. These must also be
replaced only with specified replacements.
Examples: RF converters, RF cables, noise
blocking capacitors, and noise blocking filters, etc.
C. Use specified internal wiring. Note especially:
1) Wires covered with PVC tubing
2) Double insulated wires
3) High voltage leads
D. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous
live parts. Note especially:
1) Insulation Tape
2) PVC tubing
3) Spacers
4) Insulators for transistors.
E. When replacing AC primary side components
(transformers, power cord, etc.), wrap ends of
wires securely about the terminals before
soldering.
F. Observe that the wires do not contact heat
producing parts (heat sinks, oxide metal film
resistors, fusible resistors, etc.)
G. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp
edged or pointed parts.
H. When a power cord has been replaced, check that
11~13 lb (5~6 kg) of force in any direction will not
loosen it.
I. Also check areas surrounding repaired locations.
J. Use care that foreign objects (screws, solder
droplets, etc.) do not remain inside the set.
K. When connecting or disconnecting the internal
connectors, first, disconnect the AC plug from the
AC supply outlet.
L. When installing parts or assembling the cabinet
parts, be sure to use the proper screws and
tighten certainly.

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Safety Check after Servicing
Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts and
wires have been returned to original positions. Afterwards, perform the following tests and confirm the specified
values in order to verify compliance with safety standards.

1. Clearance Distance
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm
specified clearance distance (d) and (d') between
soldered terminals, and between terminals and Chassis or Secondary Conductor
surrounding metallic parts. (See Fig. 1)
Primary Circuit
Table 1: Ratings for selected area

Clearance d' d
AC Line Voltage Region
Distance (d), (d)
U.S.A. or 3.2 mm
110 to 130 V
Canada (0.126 inches)

Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be


sure to confirm the precise values.

Fig. 1

2. Leakage Current Test


Confirm the specified (or lower) leakage current
between B (earth ground, power cord plug prongs) and
externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals, Exposed Accessible Part
antenna terminals, video and audio input and output
terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.) is
Z
lower than or equal to the specified value in the table
below.
Measuring Method: (Power ON) AC Voltmeter
(High Impedance)
Insert load Z between B (earth ground, power cord plug
prongs) and exposed accessible parts. Use an AC
voltmeter to measure across both terminals of load Z.
See Fig. 2 and following table.
Earth Ground
B
Power Cord Plug Prongs

Fig. 2

Table 2: Leakage current ratings for selected areas

AC Line Voltage Region Load Z Leakage Current (i) Earth Ground (B) to:
U.S.A. or 0.15 F CAP. & 1.5 k Exposed accessible
110 to 130 V i 0.5 mA rms
Canada RES. Connected in parallel parts

Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values.

2-4 LTVN_ISP
STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING
Circuit Board Indications How to Remove / Install Flat Pack-IC
1. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is
1. Removal
indicated as shown.
With Hot-Air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine:
Top View Bottom View 1. Prepare the hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering
Input machine, then apply hot air to the Flat Pack-IC
Out In (about 5 to 6 seconds). (Fig. S-1-1)

2. For other ICs, pin 1 and every fifth pin are


indicated as shown.

Pin 1

10

3. The 1st pin of every male connector is indicated as Fig. S-1-1


shown.
2. Remove the flat pack-IC with tweezers while
applying the hot air.
Pin 1 3. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
Pb (Lead) Free Solder up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
4. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using
Pb free mark will be found on PCBs which use Pb tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)
free solder. (Refer to figure.) For PCBs with Pb free
mark, be sure to use Pb free solder. For PCBs CAUTION:
without Pb free mark, use standard solder. 1. The Flat Pack-IC shape may differ by models. Use
an appropriate hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering
machine, whose shape matches that of the Flat
Pack-IC.
2. Do not supply hot air to the chip parts around the
flat pack-IC for over 6 seconds because damage
to the chip parts may occur. Put masking tape
around the flat pack-IC to protect other parts from
damage. (Fig. S-1-2)
Pb free mark

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3. The flat pack-IC on the CBA is affixed with glue, so With Soldering Iron:
be careful not to break or damage the foil of each 1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
pin or the solder lands under the IC when all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder
removing it. flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC,
you can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)

Hot-air
Flat Pack-IC Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Braid
Desoldering
Machine
CBA

Soldering Iron
Masking Flat Pack-IC Fig. S-1-3
Tape
Tweezers 2. Lift each lead of the flat pack-IC upward one by
one, using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will
Fig. S-1-2
not adhere (iron wire). When heating the pins, use
a fine tip soldering iron or a hot air desoldering
machine. (Fig. S-1-4)

Sharp
Pin

Fine Tip
Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-4

3. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the


CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
4. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using
tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)

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With Iron Wire: 2. Installation
1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from 1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder the foil of each pin of the flat pack-IC on the CBA
flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, so you can install a replacement flat pack-IC more
you can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3) easily.
2. Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting 2. The I mark on the flat pack-IC indicates pin 1.
point, as shown in Fig. S-1-5. (See Fig. S-1-7.) Be sure this mark matches the
3. While heating the pins using a fine tip soldering pin 1 on the PCB when positioning for installation.
iron or hot air blower, pull up the wire as the solder Then presolder the four corners of the flat pack-IC.
melts so as to lift the IC leads from the CBA (See Fig. S-1-8.)
contact pads as shown in Fig. S-1-5. 3. Solder all pins of the flat pack-IC. Be sure that
4. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the none of the pins have solder bridges.
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6) Example :
5. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using
tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)
Note: When using a soldering iron, care must be
taken to ensure that the flat pack-IC is not
being held by glue. When the flat pack-IC is
removed from the CBA, handle it gently
because it may be damaged if force is applied.
Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC
is indicated by a " " mark.
Hot Air Blower Fig. S-1-7

or
Presolder

Iron Wire

Soldering Iron

To Solid
Mounting Point
Fig. S-1-5
Flat Pack-IC

CBA

Fine Tip Fig. S-1-8


CBA Soldering Iron

Flat Pack-IC
Tweezers

Fig. S-1-6

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Instructions for Handling Semi-
conductors
Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors may
occur due to a potential difference caused by
electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.

1. Ground for Human Body


Be sure to wear a grounding band (1 M) that is
properly grounded to remove any static electricity that
may be charged on the body.

2. Ground for Workbench


Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate
with proper grounding (1 M) on the workbench or
other surface, where the semi-conductors are to be
placed. Because the static electricity charge on
clothing will not escape through the body grounding
band, be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors
with your clothing.

<Incorrect>

CBA

<Correct> Grounding Band

1M

CBA

1M
Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate

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CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Disassembly Flowchart Step/
Fig.
Loc. Part Removal Note
This flowchart indicates the disassembly steps for the No.
No.
cabinet parts and the CBA in order to gain access to
items to be serviced. When reassembling, follow the Front
[10] D4 10(S-11) 1
steps in reverse order. Bend, route and dress the Cabinet
cables as they were. Function Sensor Lens, Shield
[11] D4 1
[1] Stand
CBA Unit Plate, Control Plate
Assembly

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
[3] Power Supply [4] Digital Main
[2] Rear Cover
CBA CBA Unit Note:
(1) Order of steps in procedure. When reassembling,
[5] Stand Bracket follow the steps in reverse order. These numbers
are also used as the Identification (location) No. of
[6] Speaker parts in figures.
(2) Parts to be removed or installed.
[7] Bottom [8] Bottom (3) Fig. No. showing procedure of part location
Cover L Cover R
(4) Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked,
unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or
[9] LCD Panel
Assembly desoldered.
P = Spring, L = Locking Tab, S = Screw,
[10] Front Cabinet
H = Hex Screw, CN = Connector
e.g. 2(S-2) = two Screws of (S-2),
2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs of (L-2)
[11] Function
CBA Unit (5) Refer to the following "Reference Notes in the
Table."
2. Disassembly Method
Step/ Important precautions concerning the
Fig.
Loc. Part
No.
Removal Note LCD Panel Assembly:
No.
When you disassemble/re-assemble the Front
Stand Cabinet or Function CBA Unit
[1] D1 3(S-1) ---
Assembly
Be careful not to break the hooks. If you pull with too
[2] Rear Cover D1 5(S-2), 5(S-3) --- much force, the hooks may be damaged.
Power Be careful not to scratch the display panel when
D2 5(S-4), CN601, assembling.
[3] Supply ---
D5 CN501, CN1001
CBA Be careful not to scratch the rear frame when
4(S-5), CN3013, disassembling/re-assembling or when tightening the
Digital Main D2 screws.
[4] CN3101, CN3801, ---
CBA Unit D5
Jack Holder Make sure the Shield Plate is placed properly.
Stand The Function CBA Unit and Sensor Lens are fixed in
[5] D3 2(S-6) --- place by the hooks. Make sure these hooks are not
Bracket
damaged. Make sure the Function CBA Unit and
[6] Speaker D3 ---------------- --- Sensor Lens are securely in place when
Bottom re-assembling.
[7] D3 (S-7), (S-8) ---
Cover L The screw tightening torque must be 6.1lbin
Bottom (7kgfcm).
[8] D3 (S-9), (S-10) ---
Cover R Make sure the tact switches operate normally after
replacing the Front Cabinet, Function CBA Unit,
LCD Panel
[9] D3 ---------------- --- Sensor Lens, or Shield Plate.
Assembly

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Make sure to replace the Control Plate to a new one
when replacing the Front Cabinet.

[2] Rear Cover

(S-3)

(S-3)

(S-2)

[1] Stand Assembly

(S-1)

Fig. D1

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[4] Digital Main CBA Unit

Jack Holder

(S-5)
(S-4)

[3] Power Supply CBA

Fig. D2

[9] LCD Panel Assembly

(S-8) [7] Bottom Cover L


(S-7)

(S-10) [6] Speaker

(S-6)
[8] Bottom Cover R
(S-9)
[6] Speaker
[5] Stand Bracket
Fig. D3

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[10] Front Cabinet*1

(S-11)

Hook*1
Shield Plate
Sensor Lens (S-11)

Control Plate*1
(S-11)

[11] Function CBA Unit*1

Fig. D4
*1: Make sure to read all the precautions on pages 4-1 and 4-2 when you disassemble/re-assemble
the Front Cabinet or Function CBA Unit.

4-4 FL13.10_DC
TV Cable Wiring Diagram

To LCD Panel
Assembly

To LCD Panel
Assembly
Power Supply CBA

CN1001 Digital Main


CBA Unit

CN3013

*1 CN3701
CN501
*2 CN3602

CN601
CN3101 CN3801

Function CBA Unit To Speaker


To AC Cord
CN4052

*1: TYPE A
*2: TYPE B

Fig. D5

4-5 FL13.10_DC
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
General Note: CBA is abbreviation for 1. Purity Check Mode
Circuit Board Assembly.
This mode cycles through full-screen displays of red,
Note: Electrical adjustments are required after green, blue, and white to check for non-active pixels.
replacing circuit components and certain
1. Enter the service mode.
mechanical parts. It is important to perform
these adjustments only after all repairs and 2. Each time the [7] button on the remote control unit
replacements have been completed. is pressed, the display changes as follows.
Also, do not attempt these adjustments unless
the proper equipment is available. Purity Check Mode

White mode
Test Equipment Required
1. Remote control unit [7] button

2. Color Analyzer,
CA-310 (KONICA MINOLTA Luminance meter) or
measuring instrument as good as CA-310.
[7] button
Black mode
How to set up the service mode:
Service mode:
1. Turn the power on.
2. Press [MENU] button to display Setup menu. [7] button
3. Select Features. White 50% mode

4. Select Software Upgrade.


5. Select Current Software Info.
6. Press [0], [4], [2], [5], [7], [4] and [INFO] buttons on
the remote control unit in this order. The following
screen appears. [7] button
Red, Green, Blue mode
"*" differs depending on the models.

Code: *******-**-**-****-**
Pic code: **-***-**-*****-***
Panel-Option code: **-***-***-***-***
MIPS: **
[7] button
V-ramp mode
Press "POWER" key to exit.

Safety: Safety_Non
HDMI EDID: **
HDMI UART: OFF Total Watch Time: *****
Touch Sensor Ver: -.-- / --- Lightsensor: **
[7] button
White 20% mode

Note:
When entering this mode, the default setting is White mode.

3. To cancel or to exit from the Purity Check Mode,


press [CH RETURN] or [PREV CH] button.

5-1 FL13.7EA
The White Balance Adjustment should be 6. Press [MENU] button. The internal Raster signal
performed when replacing the LCD Panel appears in the screen. (Internal (Single) appears
in the upper right of the screen as shown below.)
or Digital Main CBA.
2. White Balance Adjustment
Internal (Single)
Purpose: To mix red and blue beams correctly for
pure white.
Symptom of Misadjustment: White becomes bluish
or reddish.

ITEM SPECIFICATION HDB 0

x= 0.272 0.005
Color temperature
y= 0.278 0.005
7. Press [CHANNEL UP/DOWN] buttons to adjust
Internal pattern
Input Signal the color temperature becomes 12000K
(40/80% raster)
(x= 0.272 / y= 0.278 0.005).
Measurement point Screen center
8. Press [1] button to select the HDR for High Drive
CA-310 (KONICA MINOLTA Red adjustment (HDR appears in the screen.)
Luminance meter) or and press [CHANNEL UP/DOWN] buttons to
M. EQ.
measuring instrument as adjust the color temperature.
good as CA-310.
9. If necessary, adjust the HDB or HDR again.
60min.
10. Press [6] button to select the LDB for Low Drive
Aging time (Retail MODE/100IRE Raster
HDMI 1080i@60) Blue adjustment (LDB appears in the screen.)
and press [CHANNEL UP/DOWN] buttons to
Shipment setting/ adjust the color temperature.
MODE setting of TV
Retail MODE
Ambient
25C 5C
temperature Internal (Single)

1. Operate the unit for more than 60 minutes.


2. Enter the service mode.
3. Press [VOLUME DOWN] button three times on the
remote control unit to select Drive setting mode.
Drive appears in the screen. LDB 0

4. Set the color analyzer at the CHROMA mode and


zero point calibration. Bring the optical receptor
pointing at the center of the LCD-Panel. 11. Press [4] button to select the LDR for Low Drive
Red adjustment (LDR appears in the screen.)
To avoid interference from ambient and press [CHANNEL UP/DOWN] buttons to
light, this adjustment should be adjust the color temperature.
performed in a dark room.
12. If necessary, adjust the LDB or LDR again.
Perpendicularity
13. Press [VOLUME DOWN] button to shift to the
Debugging Message mode.
If there is no message under [WB] section, this
adjustment completes.
If Drive settings are NG. Retry again. is
displayed, repeat above steps from 5. to 12. Then
Color Analyzer check Debugging Message again. If Drive
settings are NG. Retry again. is displayed, replace
the LCD Panel or Digital Main CBA.
Note: The optical receptor must be set 14. To cancel or to exit from the White Balance
perpendicularly to the LCD Panel surface. Adjustment, press [CH RETURN] or [PREV CH]
5. Press [3] button to select the HDB for High Drive button.
Blue adjustment. (HDB appears in the screen.)

5-2 FL13.7EA
HOW TO INITIALIZE THE LCD TV
The purpose of initialization is to place the set in a new out of box condition. The customer will be prompted to
select a language and program channels after the set has been initialized.
To put the program back at the factory-default, initialize the LCD TV using the following procedure.

NOTE: Disconnect any device from the USB Port


before you conduct on this procedure.

1. Turn the power on.


2. Enter the service mode.
- To cancel the service mode, press [ ] button on
the remote control unit.
3. Press [BACK] button to enter the Control Panel
Key Confirmation Menu.
4. Press any button on the control panel.
5. Press [INFO] button to proceed with the self check
mode.
6. Make sure to confirm the INITIALIZED FINISH
appears in the green screen.
7. Unplug the AC Cord and plug it back on again.

6-1 FL13.10_INT
FIRMWARE RENEWAL MODE
Equipment Required
a. USB storage device
b. Remote Control Unit

Firmware Update Procedure


User Upgrade
(Filename example: TVNB012_00_UF_XX91_BC.ecc or TVNB1012_00_UG_XX91_BA0.bin)
Upgrade the firmware only. The setting values will not be initialized.
The User Upgrade and the Firmware Upgrade (Factory Upgrade) will be done by the same file. If you want to
upgrade the firmware and initialize the setting values also, add FACT_ at the beginning of the filename.
If you want to upgrade the firmware only and leave the setting values as they are, eliminate the FACT_ from the
filename.

Update procedure
1. Turn the power on. 11. The update will start and the following will appear
2. Press [MENU] button to display Menu. in the screen.
3. Select Features. "*" differs depending on the models.

4. Select Software Upgrade. Software Upgrade

5. Select Upgrade to display Upgrade screen. Software upgrade in progress. Please wait.
6. Press [OK] button to display Software Upgrade Do not remove the USB storage device or
screen. turn the TV off while upgrade is in progress.
7. Select USB and press [OK] button. Current Version: *******-***-*-***-****
8. Insert the USB storage device to the USB port as New Version: *******-***-*-***-****
shown below. *1 Downloading...
0%
Rear Cabinet

Note: If the above screen isnt displayed, repeat from


step 1.

USB port
The appearance shown in *1 is described as follows.
Appearance State
Downloading the firmware from
Downloading...
the USB storage device.
USB storage
device Writing the downloaded firmware
Writing...
in flash memory.
Checking... Checking the new firmware.

12. When the firmware update is completed, the


9. Select Check and press [OK] button. following will appear in the screen.
10. Select Upgrade and press [OK] button to start Software Upgrade
software upgrade.

The software upgrade is completed.


Remove USB storage device, turn TV off then on again.

Remove the USB storage device from the USB


port.
Turn the power off and turn the power on again.

7-1 FL13.10FW
Factory Upgrade (Firmware Upgrade/Flash Upgrade)
Firmware Upgrade
(Filename example: FACT_TVNB012_00_UF_XX91_BC.ecc or FACT_TVNB1012_00_UG_XX91_BA0.bin)
Upgrade the firmware and initialize the setting values.
The User Upgrade and the Firmware Upgrade (Factory Upgrade) will be done by the same file. If you want to
upgrade the firmware and initialize the setting values also, add FACT_ at the beginning of the filename.
If you want to upgrade the firmware only and leave the setting values as they are, eliminate the FACT_ from the
filename.
Flash Upgrade
(Filename example: ALL_TVNB012_00_UF_XX91_BC.ecc or ALL_TVNB1012_00_UG_XX91_BA0.bin)
Upgrade the firmware and initialize the setting values along with the factory default such as White Balance, etc.
Before the upgrade, you will need to make a note of all the factory default so you will be able to set it back on the
TV after the initialization.
The Flash Upgrade will be done by it's unique file.
The User Upgrade/Firmware Upgrade (Factory Upgrade) file cannot be used for this upgrade.

Update procedure
1. Turn the power off. The appearance shown in *1 is described as follows.
2. Insert the USB storage device to the USB port as Appearance State
shown below.
Downloading the firmware from
Downloading...
the USB storage device.
Rear Cabinet Writing the downloaded firmware
Writing...
in flash memory.
Checking... Checking the new firmware.

USB port 5. When the firmware update is completed, the


following will appear in the screen.

Software Upgrade
USB storage
device

The software upgrade is completed.


3. Turn the power on. Remove USB storage device, turn TV off then on again.

4. The update will start and the following will appear


in the screen.
"*" differs depending on the models. Remove the USB storage device from the USB
Software Upgrade port.
Turn the power off and turn the power on again.
Software upgrade in progress. Please wait.
Service mode initial screen with a word
Do not remove the USB storage device or
INITIALIZED will appear in the screen. The color
turn the TV off while upgrade is in progress.
of the word INITIALIZED will change from red to
Current Version: *******-***-*-***-**** green when initialization is completed.
New Version: *******-***-*-***-****
*1 Downloading...
0%

Note: If the above screen isnt displayed, repeat from


step 1.

7-2 FL13.10FW
TROUBLESHOOTING
[Power Supply Section]
FLOW CHART NO.1
The power cannot be turned on.

No
Is the fuse (F602) normal? See FLOW CHART No.2 <The fuse blows out.>
Yes

Is normal state restored when once unplugged No


Check if there is any leak or short-circuit on the
power cord is plugged again after several seconds? primary circuit component and repair it if defective.
Yes (C607, C612, D601, D602, D603, D604, D605, D606,
No D607A, D608, D609A, D621, D623, Q601, Q602,
Is the P-ON+21V line voltage normal?
Q621, R611, R619, T601)
Yes

Check each rectifying circuit of the secondary


circuit and repair it if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.2


The fuse blows out.

Check if there is any leak or short-circuit on the Check if there is any leak or short-circuit on the
primary circuit component and repair it if defective. each rectifying circuit component of secondary side
and repair it if defective.

Make sure to repair the primary circuit component before replacing the fuse (F602).

FLOW CHART NO.3


When the output voltage fluctuates.

Does the photocoupler circuit on the secondary side No Check IC601, D652, D654, D660, D661, Q653 and
operate normally? their periphery circuit. Repair it if defective.
Yes

Check IC601, D605, D607A, D608, D609A, D610, D621,


D623, Q601, Q602, Q621 and their periphery circuit.
Repair it if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.4


When buzz sound can be heard in the periphery of power circuit.

Check if there is any short-circuit on the rectifying diode and the circuit in each rectifying circuit of the secondary side.
Repair it if defective. (D650, D651, D653, D655, D659, IC651(Q657))

8-1 FL13.10ATR
FLOW CHART NO.5
P-ON+21V is not output.

Is approximately +21V voltage supplied to the cathode No Check D650, D651, D652, D659, C651, C652,
of D650(D651, D659)? C653, C667, C668 and their periphery circuit.
Yes Repair it if defective.

Check if there is any leak or short-circuit on the load


circuit. Repair it if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.6


AMP+13V is not output.

No
Is approximately +13V voltage supplied to the cathode Check D653, D654, D655, C654, C655 and their
of D653(D655)? periphery circuit. Repair it if defective.
Yes

Check if there is any leak or short-circuit on the load


circuit. Repair it if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.7


[TYPE A]
AL+3.3V is not output.

No
Is approximately +13V voltage supplied to Pin(3) of Check D653, D654, D655, C654, C655, R676, R678,
IC651? R679, R683, R684 and their periphery circuit.
Yes Repair it if defective.

Replace IC651.

[TYPE B]
AL+3.3V is not output.

No Check D653, D654, D655, C654, C655, R676, R678,


Is approximately +13V voltage supplied to the emitter
of Q657 and Pin(3) of IC651? R679, R683, R684, R688, R689 and their periphery
circuit. Repair it if defective.
Yes
No
Is approximately +3.3V voltage supplied to the collector Replace Q657.
of Q657?
Yes

Replace IC651.

8-2 FL13.10ATR
[Video Signal Section]
FLOW CHART NO.1
The key operation is not functioning.

No
When touching each buttons, does the Pin(6) voltage Replace the Function CBA Unit.
of CN4052 decrease?
Yes

Replace the Digital Main CBA Unit.

FLOW CHART NO.2


No operation is possible from the remote control unit. (Operation is possible from the unit.)

No
Is approximately +3.3V voltage supplied to Pin(1) of Check AL+3.3V line and repair it if defective.
CN4052?
Yes
No
Is the "L" pulse supplied to Pin(5) of CN4052? Replace the Function CBA Unit.
Yes

Replace the Digital Main CBA Unit.

FLOW CHART NO.3


Picture does not appear normally.

No
Is approximately +21V voltage supplied to See FLOW CHART NO.5 <P-ON+21V is not output.
Pin(20, 21, 22, 23) of CN501? [Power Supply Section]>
Yes
No
Is approximately +3.3V voltage supplied to Pin(8) of See FLOW CHART NO.7 <AL+3.3V is not output.
CN501? [Power Supply Section]>
Yes

Digital Main CBA Unit or LCD Panel Assembly may


be defective.
Check and replace these parts.

8-3 FL13.10ATR
[Audio Signal Section]
FLOW CHART NO.1
Audio is not output normally.

No
Is approximately +13V voltage supplied to See FLOW CHART NO.6 <AMP+13V is not output.
Pin(15, 16, 17, 18) of CN501? [Power Supply Section]>
Yes
No
Is approximately +3.3V voltage supplied to Pin(8) of See FLOW CHART NO.7 <AL+3.3V is not output.
CN501? [Power Supply Section]>
Yes
No
Are the audio signals output to Pin(1, 2, 3, 4) of CN3801? Replace the Digital Main CBA Unit.
Yes

SP3801, SP3802 or CL3801 may be defective.


Check and replace these parts.

8-4 FL13.10ATR
RS4051
IC3005 REMOTE
(MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER) SENSOR
[TYPE A]

CN3009 CN3101 CN4052


USBDP
R10 USBDP KEY-IN1 A15 4 KEY-IN1 6 KEY SWITCH
USB JACK USBDN
T10 USBDN REMOTE C14 5 REMOTE 5
LED1 D14 LED DRIVE 6 LED1 4 AL+3.3V
Q3501, Q3502 BUFFER 7 LIGHT 3
D4051
LIGHT A13 Q3010
POWER

IC4051
LIGHT
SENSOR

FUNCTION CBA UNIT

AUDIO-MUTE
C1 AUDIO-MUTE
COMP-DET
TO VIDEO/AUDIO N12 COMP-DET
HP-MUTE
BLOCK DIAGRAM G13 HP-MUTE
HP-DET
K16 HP-DET
TU3901 (TUNER UNIT)
1. System Control Block Diagram

SCL R12 4 SCL


SDA T12 3 SDA

9-1
AL+3.3V

IC3006 (MEMORY)

SCK 6 T11 SCK


P-ON-H2 B16 Q3006
SI 5 P11 SIN
SO 2 R11 SOUT Q3005
BLOCK DIAGRAMS

CS 1 P12 CS

CN3701 CN501
P-ON-H2 TO
18 P-ON-H2 6 POWER SUPPLY
RESET
RESET J15 RESET 20 RESET 4 BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC3009

CN3701 CN501
PROTECT3
X3001 PROTECT3 B13 21 PROTECT3 3 TO
BACKLIGHT-SW
25MHz H15 XIN25 BACKLIGHT-SW E2 19 BACKLIGHT-SW 5 LED BACKLIGHT DRIVE
OSC BACKLIGHT-ADJ BLOCK DIAGRAM
H16 XOUT25 BACKLIGHT-ADJ F3 17 BACKLIGHT-ADJ 7

BACKLIGHT-SW TO
VIDEO/AUDIO
BLOCK DIAGRAM

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT POWER SUPPLY CBA

FL13.10ABLS
VIDEO SIGNAL AUDIO SIGNAL

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT


VGA-R-IN
1
VGA-G-IN
2 VGA-B-IN
VGA-HSYNC
JK3001 3
VGA-VSYNC
PC-RGB IC3013
13 BUFFER GATE VGA-SCL
-IN
IC3014 VGA-SDA
14 BUFFER GATE
Q3301 TU3901 (TUNER UNIT)
15 BUFFER
Q3302 DIF-OUT1
12 BUFFER DIF-OUT1 6
DIF-OUT2
DIF-OUT2 7
IF-AGC
IF-AGC 5

JK3702
COM-VIDEO-Y/VIDEO-IN
COMPONENT COM-VIDEO-Pb-IN
-Y/VIDEO-IN COM-VIDEO-Pr-IN

COMPONENT
-Pb-IN

COMPONENT
-Pr-IN
2. Video/Audio Block Diagram

TO DIGITAL
SIGNAL PROCESS
BLOCK DIAGRAM
JK3701
AUDIO(L)-IN
AUDIO(L)-IN AUDIO(R)-IN

9-2
AUDIO(R)-IN
Q3701
SPDIF
DIGITAL BUFFER
AUDIO-OUT
(COAXIAL)

IC3851
(HEADPHONE AMP)
6dB
JK3703 1 3
HEADPHONE 7 5
JACK 6dB
Q3861
MUTE 2

IC3801 (AUDIO AMP)

25,26 PWM AMP(L)-OUT


CN3801 DRIVE 3
22,23 LOGIC
SP3801 SP(L)+ 1
SPEAKER SP(L)- 2
L-CH
SP(R)- 3 20,21 PWM AMP(R)-OUT
DRIVE 12
SP(R)+ 4 17,18 LOGIC

HP-DET
SP3802 Q3801 AUDIO-MUTE
1
SPEAKER CONTROL LOGIC Q3803 COMP-DET TO SYSTEM CONTROL
R-CH 2 BLOCK DIAGRAM
P-ON+5V HP-MUTE
Q3802 BACKLIGHT-SW

FL13.10ABLVA
VIDEO SIGNAL AUDIO SIGNAL
LCD PANEL
IC3005 (DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS)
ASSEMBLY
VGA-HSYNC
A14 HSYNC
VGA-VSYNC
B14 VSYNC
VGA-R-IN
C11
VGA-G-IN CN3013
A9
VGA-B-IN N16 24 RXO0(-)
C7
COM-VIDEO-Y/VIDEO-IN SW A/D N15 23 RXO0(+)
C9 CONVERTER
COM-VIDEO-Pb-IN P16 22 RXO1(-)
D8
COM-VIDEO-Pr-IN P15 21 RXO1(+)
B11
C10 LVDS TX R16 20 RXO2(-)
TO
VIDEO/AUDIO R15 19 RXO2(+)
BLOCK DIAGRAM DIF-OUT1 R14 14 RXO3(-)
A12 DEMODULATOR
DIF-OUT2 T14 13 RXO3(+)
B12 /MPEG DECODER
T16 17 RXOCLK(-)
IF-AGC
A16 IF-AGC T15 16 RXOCLK(+)

AUDIO(L)-IN
A8
AUDIO(R)-IN
B8
SPDIF
N10 AUDIO I/F
AMP(L)-OUT
B7
AMP(R)-OUT
A7

JK3004
HDMI-IN1 IC3018 (HDMI SW) AUDIO
DECODER
TMDS-D0(+)
7 42
TMDS-D0(-) DIGITAL
9 41 SIGNAL
TMDS-D1(+)
4 45 26 B4 PROCESS
TMDS-D1(-)
6 44 27 A4

9-3
TMDS-D2(+)
1 48 23 B3
TMDS-D2(-)
3 47 24 A3 HDMI
TMDS-CLOCK(+)
10 39 20 B2 I/F
TMDS-CLOCK(-)
3. Digital Signal Process Block Diagram

12 38 21 A2
HDMI-DATA
16 36 17 B1
HDMI-CLOCK
15 37 18 A1

JK3002 HDMI JK3003


HDMI-IN2 SW HDMI-IN3
TMDS-D0(+) TMDS-D0(+)
7 8 57 7 VIDEO
TMDS-D0(-) TMDS-D0(-)
9 7 56 9 DECODER
TMDS-D1(+) TMDS-D1(+)
4 11 60 4
TMDS-D1(-) TMDS-D1(-)
6 10 59 6 IC3002
TMDS-D2(+) TMDS-D2(+) (DDR2 SDRAM)
1 14 63 1
TMDS-D2(-) TMDS-D2(-)
3 13 62 3
TMDS-CLOCK(+) TMDS-CLOCK(+) N4,N7,N8,P3,P4, B1,B9,C2,C8,
10 5 54 10 D1,D3,D7,D9,
TMDS-CLOCK(-) TMDS-CLOCK(-) P6-P8,R3,R4,R6,
12 4 53 12 R8,T2-T5 F1,F9,G2,G8, DATA(0-15)
HDMI-DATA HDMI-DATA H1,H3,H7,H9
16 1 51 16
HDMI-CLOCK HDMI-CLOCK M2,M3,M7,M8,
15 2 52 15 H1,H2,J1,J2,J4,K1, N2,N3,N7,N8, ADDRESS(0-12)
K3,L1,L2,M1-M3,N1 P2,P3,P7,P8,R2
IC3011
(HDMI SERIAL EEPROM)

2 SCL1 SCL2 15
3 SDA1 SDA2 14
10 SCL3 SCL0 7 G14 HDMI-SCL
11 SDA3 SDA0 6 F14 HDMI-SDA

TO VGA-SCL
VIDEO/AUDIO VGA-SDA DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT
BLOCK DIAGRAM

FL13.10ABLD
LCD PANEL
ASSEMBLY

P-ON+21V
IC1101
(LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER)

OVP 1

DRIVE 12 Q1101
BACKLIGHT-SW
TO 13 VREG 17
SYSTEM CONTROL BACKLIGHT-ADJ
5
BLOCK DIAGRAM PROTECT3
6 CONTROL
LOGIC
DRIVE 11 Q1102
7 FAIL
DETECT
15

IC1201
(LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER)

OVP 1
CN1001
DRIVE 12 Q1201 1 VLED1
2 ILED1
13 VREG 17 3 VLED2
5 4 ILED2
CONTROL

9-4
6 5 VLED3
LOGIC
DRIVE 11 Q1202 6 ILED3
FAIL
4. LED Backlight Drive Block Diagram

7
DETECT
15

IC1301
(LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER)

OVP 1

DRIVE 12 Q1301

13 VREG 17
5
6 CONTROL
LOGIC
DRIVE 11 Q1302
7 FAIL
DETECT
15

POWER SUPPLY CBA

FL13.10ABLBD
CAUTION !
NOTE:
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire, The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
If Main Fuse (F602) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply replace only with same type 2.5A, 250V fuse. hot GND as a common terminal.
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. 2.5A 250V ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de mme type de 2.5A, 250V.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.

CN501 CN3701
AC601
AC CORD F602 L601 L602 D601- D604 T601 15-18 AMP+13V 6-9 AMP+13V
CN601 2.5A/250V 8 AL+3.3V 16 AL+3.3V
B LINE LINE BRIDGE 6 7 20-23 P-ON+21V 1-4 P-ON+21V
W FILTER FILTER RECTIFIER

2.5A 250V 5 DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT

9
Q650
RESET

4 10

2
11
5. Power Supply Block Diagram

AMP+13V
1 12 P-ON+21V

9-5
Q601
SWITCHING
IC651
+3.3V REG.

Q621
OVER RESET TO
VOLTAGE P-ON-H2 SYSTEM CONTROL
PROTECT IC601 BLOCKDIAGRAM
ERROR
VOLTAGE DET

4 1
Q602
SWITCHING
3 2
CONTROL

Q653

HOT COLD
POWER SUPPLY CBA

FL13.10ABLP
IC3001
(MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER)
[TYPE B]

RS4051
REMOTE
SENSOR
CN3009
USB(-) CN3101 CN4052
194 USB(-) KEY-IN1 210 4 KEY-IN1 6 KEY SWITCH
USB JACK USB(+)
195 USB(+) REMOTE 215 5 REMOTE 5
Q3501, Q3502
LED1 205 LED DRIVE 6 LED1 4 AL+3.3V
LIGHT 208 BUFFER 7 LIGHT 3
D4051
Q3010
POWER

IC4051
LIGHT
SENSOR

FUNCTION CBA UNIT


IC3006 (MEMORY)

SPI-SCL 199 6 SCL


SPI-SDA 200 5 SDA

VGA-SCL
1. System Control Block Diagram

212 VGA-SCL
VGA-SDA
TO VIDEO/AUDIO 213 VGA-SDA
AMP-MUTE
BLOCK DIAGRAM

9-6
127 AMP-MUTE
COMP-DET
133 COMP-DET AL+3.3V Q3605

P-ON-H2 206 Q3606


TU3901 (TUNER UNIT) CN3602 CN501
P-ON-H2 TO
18 P-ON-H2 6 POWER SUPPLY
RESET
SCL 4 126 TU-SCL STB-RESET 216 RESET 20 RESET 4 BLOCK DIAGRAM
SDA 3 125 TU-SDA IC3009,
Q3104
CN3602 CN501
BACKLIGHT-SW
BACKLIGHT-SW 75 19 BACKLIGHT-SW 5 TO
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
BACKLIGHT-ADJ 129 17 BACKLIGHT-ADJ 7 LED BACKLIGHT DRIVE
PROTECT3 BLOCK DIAGRAM
P-ON+3.3V 21 PROTECT3 3
X3101
24MHz 67 XIN
OSC 66 XOUT Q3103

PROTECT3 134

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT POWER SUPPLY CBA

FL13.10BBLS
VIDEO SIGNAL AUDIO SIGNAL

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT


VGA-R-IN
1
VGA-G-IN
2 VGA-B-IN
VGA-HSYNC
JK3001 3
VGA-VSYNC
PC-RGB
13
-IN
14
TU3901 (TUNER UNIT)
15
DIF-OUT1
12 DIF-OUT1 6
DIF-OUT2
DIF-OUT2 7
IF-AGC
IF-AGC 5

JK3702
COM-VIDEO-Y/VIDEO-IN
COMPONENT COM-VIDEO-Pb-IN
-Y/VIDEO-IN COM-VIDEO-Pr-IN

COMPONENT
-Pb-IN

COMPONENT
-Pr-IN
2. Video/Audio Block Diagram

TO DIGITAL
SIGNAL PROCESS
JK3701 BLOCK DIAGRAM
AUDIO(L)-IN
AUDIO(L)-IN AUDIO(R)-IN

9-7
AUDIO(R)-IN
Q3701
SPDIF
DIGITAL BUFFER
AUDIO-OUT
(COAXIAL)

HP(R)
JK3703 HP(L)
HEADPHONE
JACK

IC3801 (AUDIO AMP)

25 DRIVE AMP(L)-OUT
PWM POWER 3
LOGIC LIMIT
CN3801 23 DRIVE
SP3801 SP(L)+ 1
SPEAKER SP(L)- 2
L-CH 18 DRIVE AMP(R)-OUT
PWM POWER 12
SP(R)+ 4 LIMIT
LOGIC
SP(R)- 3 20 DRIVE VGA-SCL
VGA-SDA
1 TO SYSTEM CONTROL
CONTROL LOGIC AMP-MUTE
2 BLOCK DIAGRAM
SP3802 COMP-DET
SPEAKER
R-CH Q3801

FL13.10BBLVA
LCD PANEL
VIDEO SIGNAL AUDIO SIGNAL ASSEMBLY
IC3001 (DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS)
VGA-HSYNC
26 VGA-HSYNC
VGA-VSYNC
32 VGA-VSYNC CN3013
VGA-R-IN
31 107 24 LVDS-OD0(-)
VGA-G-IN
29 108 23 LVDS-OD0(+)
VGA-B-IN A/D
27 105 22 LVDS-OD1(-)
COM-VIDEO-Y/VIDEO-IN CONVERTER
36 SW 106 21 LVDS-OD1(+)
COM-VIDEO-Pb-IN
34 103 20 LVDS-OD2(-)
COM-VIDEO-Pr-IN
38 104 19 LVDS-OD2(+)
35 99 14 LVDS-OD3(-)
DIF-OUT1
TO VIDEO/AUDIO 70 DEMODULATOR 100 13 LVDS-OD3(+)
DIF-OUT2
BLOCK DIAGRAM 71 /MPEG DECODER 101 17 LVDS-OCLK(-)
IF-AGC
74 IF-AGC LVDS 102 16 LVDS-OCLK(+)
TX 122 40 LVDS-ED0(-)
AMP(L)-OUT
60 123 39 LVDS-ED0(+)
AMP(R)-OUT
61 120 38 LVDS-ED1(-)
AUDIO(L)-IN
47 121 37 LVDS-ED1(+)
AUDIO(R)-IN AUDIO I/F
48 118 36 LVDS-ED2(-)
HP(L)
63 119 35 LVDS-ED2(+)
HP(R)
64 114 30 LVDS-ED3(-)
SPDIF
130 115 29 LVDS-ED3(+)
JK3003 116 33 LVDS-ECLK(-)
DATA0(+) 117 32 LVDS-ECLK(+)
7 5
DATA0(-)
9 4
DATA1(+) AUDIO
4 8 DECODER
DATA1(-) DIGITAL
6 7 SIGNAL
DATA2(+)
1 11 PROCESS

9-8
HDMI-IN1 DATA2(-)
3 10
CLOCK(+)
10 3
CLOCK(-)
12 2
HDMI-DATA
16 6
3. Digital Signal Process Block Diagram

HDMI-CLOCK IC3002
15 9 MDQL(0-7), (DDR2 SDRAM)
MDQU(0-7)
JK3002 DATA(0-15)
DATA0(+) HDMI
7 89 I/F ADDESS(0-13)
DATA0(-) MA(0-13)
9 88
DATA1(+)
4 92 HDMI SW
DATA1(-)
6 91
DATA2(+)
1 95
HDMI-IN2 DATA2(-)
3 94
CLOCK(+)
10 87
CLOCK(-)
12 86
HDMI-DATA
16 93
HDMI-CLOCK
15 96 VIDEO
DECODER
JK3004
DATA0(+)
7 16
DATA0(-)
9 15
DATA1(+)
4 19
DATA1(-)
6 18
DATA2(+)
1 22
HDMI-IN3 DATA2(-)
3 21
CLOCK(+)
10 14
CLOCK(-)
12 13
HDMI-DATA
16 20
HDMI-CLOCK
15 23
DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT

FL13.10BBLD
LCD PANEL
ASSEMBLY

P-ON+21V
IC1101
(LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER)

OVP 1

DRIVE 12 Q1101
BACKLIGHT-SW
TO 13 VREG 17
SYSTEM CONTROL BACKLIGHT-ADJ
5
BLOCK DIAGRAM PROTECT3
6 CONTROL
LOGIC
DRIVE 11 Q1102
7 FAIL
DETECT
15

IC1201
(LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER)

OVP 1
CN1001
DRIVE 12 Q1201 1 VLED1
2 ILED1
13 VREG 17 3 VLED2
5 4 ILED2

9-9
6 CONTROL 5 VLED3
LOGIC
DRIVE 11 Q1202 6 ILED3
4. LED Backlight Drive Block Diagram

7 FAIL
DETECT
15

IC1301
(LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER)

OVP 1

DRIVE 12 Q1301

13 VREG 17
5
6 CONTROL
LOGIC
DRIVE 11 Q1302
7 FAIL
DETECT
15

POWER SUPPLY CBA

FL13.10BLBD
CAUTION !
NOTE:
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire, The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
If Main Fuse (F602) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply replace only with same type 2.5A, 250V fuse. hot GND as a common terminal.
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. 2.5A 250V ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de mme type de 2.5A, 250V.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.

CN501 CN3602
AC601
AC CORD F602 L601 L602 D601- D604 T601 15-18 AMP+13V 15-18 AMP+13V
CN601 2.5A/250V 8 AL+3.3V 8 AL+3.3V
B LINE LINE BRIDGE 6 7 20-23 P-ON+21V 20-23 P-ON+21V
W FILTER FILTER RECTIFIER

2.5A 250V 5 DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT

9
Q650
RESET

4 10

2
5. Power Supply Block Diagram

11

AMP+13V
1 12 P-ON+21V

9-10
Q601
SWITCHING
IC651, Q657
+3.3V REG.

Q621
OVER RESET TO
VOLTAGE P-ON-H2 SYSTEM CONTROL
PROTECT IC601 BLOCKDIAGRAM
ERROR
VOLTAGE DET

4 1
Q602
SWITCHING
3 2
CONTROL

Q653

HOT COLD
POWER SUPPLY CBA

FL13.10BBLP
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / CBA AND TEST POINTS
Standard Notes
WARNING
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis
have special characteristics. These characteristics
often pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by
them cannot necessarily be obtained by using
replacement components rated for higher voltage,
wattage, etc. Replacement parts that have these
special safety characteristics are identified in this
manual and its supplements; electrical components
having such features are identified by the mark # in
the schematic diagram and the parts list. Before
replacing any of these components, read the parts list
in this manual carefully. The use of substitute
replacement parts that do not have the same safety
characteristics as specified in the parts list may create
shock, fire, or other hazards.

Notes:
1. Do not use the part number shown on these
drawings for ordering. The correct part number is
shown in the parts list, and may be slightly
different or amended since these drawings were
prepared.
2. All resistance values are indicated in ohms
(K = 103, M = 106).
3. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless
otherwise specified.
4. All capacitance values are indicated in F
(P = 10-6 F).
5. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise
specified.
6. This schematic diagrams are masterized version
that should cover the entire FL13.10 chassis
models.
Thus some parts in detail illustrated on this
schematic diagrams may vary depend on the
model within the FL13.10 chassis.
Please refer to the parts lists for each models.
7. The Circuit Board layout illustrated on this service
manual is the latest version for this chassis at the
moment of making this service manual.
Depend on the mass production date of each
model, the actual layout of each Board may differ
slightly from this version.

10-1 FL13.10SC
LIST OF CAUTION, NOTES, AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ON
THE FOLLOWING PAGES:
1. CAUTION:
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME
TYPE_A,_V FUSE.
ATTENTION: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MME TYPE DE_A,_V.

2. CAUTION:
Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F602) is blown, first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not
defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components
in the power supply circuit to fail.

3. Note:
1. Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the
parts list, and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared.
2. To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units, use only original replacement parts which are
listed with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual.

4. Voltage indications on the schematics are as shown below:


Plug the TV power cord into a standard AC outlet.:

1 2 3
(Unit: Volt) 5.0 5.0 Power on mode

Voltage Indicates that the voltage


is not consistent here.

5. How to read converged lines


1-D3
Distinction Area 3 1-B1
Line Number AREA D3
(1 to 3 digits)
2 AREA B1
Examples:
1. "1-D3" means that line number "1" goes to the line number
"1" of the area "D3". 1 1-D3
2. "1-B1" means that line number "1" goes to the line number
"1" of the area "B1". A B C D

6. Test Point Information


: Indicates a test point with a jumper wire across a hole in the PCB.
: Used to indicate a test point with a component lead on foil side.
: Used to indicate a test point with no test pin.
: Used to indicate a test point with a test pin.

The reference number of parts on Schematic Diagrams/CBA can be retrieved by


application search function.

10-2 FL13.10SC
Power Supply 1 Schematic Diagram

CAUTION !
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire, NOTE:
If Main Fuse (F602) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply replace only with same type 2.5A, 250V fuse. The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. 2.5A 250V hot GND as a common terminal.
ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de mme type de 2.5A, 250V.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.


POWER SUPPLY CBA
AC601

4 AC CORD CN601
W
B
F602 R601
1.2M/1/2W
2.5A/250V
C603 OPEN
SA601
VARISTOR
C602
2200P/250V
2.5A250V C604
0.22/275V

C616 OPEN
L601 JS609
LINE FILTER
JS601 JS602 JS603
OPEN OPEN
JS604 D655
SB3A0BH
C614 R610
0.22/275V D601 D604 OPEN
1N5406BH 1N5406BH D655A CONTINUE
OPEN POWER 2
R602
OPEN D653 BACKLIGHT-SW
L602 SB3A0BH
JS605 LINE FILTER JS606 BACKLIGHT-ADJ
OPEN OPEN D602 D603 D653A PROTECT3
OPEN

3 1N5406BH 1N5406BH

C617 OPEN C654


470/16V
C655
470/16V D654
1ZB20BB
D654A
OPEN
R663
4.7K
R664
OPEN
R665
OPEN C1001 C1002
470/25V 1
AMP+13V
P-ON+21V

T601
POWER TRANS
6 7
C605 C611 R605 R619
R614 220 220 OPEN 100K C612 3.3 Q650
560K /200V /200V 1500P R651 D656 D657 R652 KTC3875S
/1KV 1 RS1BJTB MM5Z11B 100K -2.8 -Y-RTK/P
R603 BC601 5 8
560K BEAD C656 R693 R694 (RESET)
D606 4.7/50V OPEN 33K 0
R604 GR1J-TR D658 R691
560K BC602 9 OPEN OPEN Q659
BEAD C650 OPEN
4 2200P/1KV R653 R692
10 D651 0 R656 OPEN
259.0 D Q601 SB3150BH 33K
TK10A50D C608 R606 R607
C606
680P G (SWITCHING) 0.033 120 120 D651A R703
4.9 2 11 OPEN OPEN
/2KV Q702
0.1 S Q602 OPEN
R704
2SC5344SY D650 OPEN
C607 SWITCHING SB3150BH
1200P CONTROL R608 D605 1 12
4.9 1.5K MM5Z6V2B
0.3 D650A R701
OPEN C651 C652 C653 C667 C668 D652 D652A OPEN

2 0

Q621
KTC3875S
D621
1SS400 D610
1SS400
D659
SB3150BH
470/25V 470/25V 470/25V 470/25V 470/25V 1ZB30BB OPEN
C701
OPEN
R702
OPEN
Q701
OPEN

R688 R689
Q657
2SA950-O
(+3.3V REG.) R685 R686 R687
D405
OPEN TO DIGITAL MAIN
-Y-RTK/P D659A 2.2 2.7 CBA UNIT CN3602
D607A D607 R613 OPEN 11.2 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 CN501 or CN3701
TFZGTR27B OPEN OVER 270 D406 0 1 LED-CONT(NU)
VOLTAGE IC651 OPEN
0.3 PROTECT R621 D623 Q657A 10.6 AP1117E33G-13 0 2 PROTECT1
560 MM5Z30B OPEN (+3.3V REG.)
0 C633 3.2 3 PROTECT3
R622 C623 OPEN
0 IC601 3.3 4

GND
OUT
0 4.7 RESET

IN
TLP781F C636 3.2 5
ERROR 1 2 3 OPEN BACKLIGHT-SW
VOLTAGE DET R655 R654 C630 C632 3.2 6 P-ON-H2
R623 C622 C621 14.2 20.7 180 180 0 3.3 13.0 OPEN OPEN
10K OPEN OPEN 4 1 R676 R678 R679 R683 R684 (10.6) 3.3 7 BACKLIGHT-ADJ
D609A R609 C610 R657 4.7/2W 4.7/2W 4.7/2W 3.9 3.9 3.3 8
RB520S-30 100 1500P 3.9K AL+3.3V
0.4 19.7 0 9
3 2 C662 C664 C663 C661 C631 GND
R659 R675 R666 22/50V OPEN 100/10V OPEN OPEN 0 10
R611 D608A D608 C609 R612 C666 22K OPEN 0 GND
0.3/2W OPEN 1ZB36BB 0.068 3.9K OPEN 0 11
R660 R674 D663 GND
C660 R658 2.7K OPEN R667 OPEN 0 12
IC602 0.1 2.7K 8.2K GND
OPEN R677 0 13 GND
10K 0 14
4 1 D661 GND
19.0 2.5 1SS400 13.0 15 AMP+13V
13.0 16
0 D660 R661 C635 C638 AMP+13V

1 SL431A-AT
3 2
3.3K OPEN OPEN 13.0 17 AMP+13V
13.0 18 AMP+13V
BC603 0 R669
BEAD Q653 0.6 10K 0 19 GND
KTC3875S-Y-RTK/P 21.1 20
BC604 (SWITCHING) 0 R668 P-ON+21V
BEAD 47K C639 21.1 21 P-ON+21V
OPEN 21.1 22 P-ON+21V
21.1 23
HOT COLD P-ON+21V

A B C D E F G
10-3 FL13.10SCP1
Power Supply 2 Schematic Diagram

C1202 C1203 C1204 L1201 C1102 C1103 C1104 L1101


470/25V 1 1 100uH 470/25V 1 1 100uH
D1201 D1101
SK210TD SK210TD
L1202 L1102

4 D1205
TFZGTR24B R1219
160K
C1216
1/100V
C1217
1/100V
C1218
OPEN
C1212
47/100V
C1213
47/100V
21.0 D
22uH
Q1201
AP18T10AGH-HF
G (SWITCHING)
D1203
1SS400
R1218
10
D1105
TFZGTR24B R1119
160K
C1116
1/100V
C1117
1/100V
C1118
OPEN
C1112
47/100V
C1113
47/100V
21.0 D
22uH
Q1101
AP18T10AGH-HF
G (SWITCHING)
D1103
1SS400
R1118
10
R1222 5.5 R1122 5.5
1.1K R1220 0 S C1219 1.1K R1120 0 S C1119
0 R1216 560P 0 R1116 560P
200 200
IC1201 IC1101
R1223 R1221 BD9488F-GE2 C1209 R1215 R1228 R1123 R1121 BD9488F-GE2 C1109 R1115 R1128
1.5K 10K LED BACKLIGHT 1000P 0.18/2W OPEN 1.5K 10K LED BACKLIGHT 1000P 0.18/2W OPEN
DRIVER R1229 DRIVER R1129
OPEN OPEN TO LCD PANEL
2.1 1 CN1001
OVP 18 5.3 C1207
2.1 1 OVP 18 5.3 C1107 35.8 1
ASSEMBLY
R1201 2200P R1101 2200P VLED1
22K 3.6 2 UVLO 22K
17 0 3.6 2 UVLO 17 0 0.7 2 ILED1
R1202 R1203 C1201 C1205 R1217 C1208 D 0.7 R1102 R1103 C1101 C1105 R1117 C1108 D 0.7 36.0 3
OPEN 0.047 5.4 10 1 0.047 5.4 10 1 VLED2
9.1K 9.1K 3 SS CONTROL 16 2.9 G Q1202 9.1K 9.1K OPEN 3 SS CONTROL 16 2.9 G Q1102 0.7 4
LOGIC AP18T10AGH-HF LOGIC AP18T10AGH-HF ILED2
1.4 4 RT 13.0 13.0
15 0.7 R1225 S 0.7 (SWITCHING) 1.2 4 RT 15 0.7 R1125 S 0.7 (SWITCHING) 36.0 5 VLED3
R1214 R1210 R1209 51 R1114 R1110 R1109 51 0.7 6
100K 2.7 120 120 100K 2.7 120 120 ILED3
5 VCC 14 13.0 R1226 5 VCC 14 13.0 R1126
C1206 C1215 1 R1107 C1106 C1115 1
2.7 6 2200P 2200P
D1204
1SS400 VREG 13 3.0 1 R1227
1
D1104
1SS400
100K 2.7 6 VREG 13 3.0 1 R1127
1
R1205 R1105
1K 3.2 7 FAIL 1K
DETECT DRIVE 12 5.5 3.2 7 FAIL
DETECT DRIVE 12 5.5
R1224 R1124
0.7 8 ADIM 1K 1K
DRIVE 11 13.0 0.7 8 ADIM DRIVE 11 13.0

3 R1212
33K
R1213
3K
R1211
240K 5.3 9 ADIM-P GND 10 0
R1112
33K
R1113
3K
R1111
240K 5.3 9 ADIM-P GND 10 0
R1108
100K

R1106
10K
CONTINUE
C1210 R1206 R1104 C1110 POWER 1
1 10K 10K 1
BACKLIGHT-SW
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
R1207 R1204 R1208
100K 10K 100K PROTECT3
AMP+13V
P-ON+21V

C1302 C1303 C1304 L1301


470/25V 1 1 100uH
D1301
SK210TD
C1316 C1317 C1318 C1312 C1313 L1302 D1303
1/100V 1/100V OPEN 47/100V 47/100V 22uH 1SS400
D1305 21.0 D Q1301
TFZGTR24B R1319 AP18T10AGH-HF R1318
160K G (SWITCHING) 10

2 R1322
1.1K R1320
0
IC1301
R1316
200
0 S
5.5
C1319
560P

R1323 R1321 BD9488F-GE2 C1309 R1315 R1328


1.5K 10K LED BACKLIGHT 1000P 0.18/2W OPEN
DRIVER R1329
OPEN
2.1 1 OVP 18 5.3
R1301 C1307
22K 2200P
3.6 2 UVLO 17 0
C1305 R1317 C1308 R1309
R1302 R1303 C1301 0.047 5.4 10 1 120 D 0.7
9.1K 9.1K OPEN 3 SS CONTROL 16 2.9 G Q1302
LOGIC 13.0 AP18T10AGH-HF
1.4 4 RT 15 0.7 R1325 S 0.7 (SWITCHING)
R1314 51
100K 2.7
5 VCC 14 13.0 R1326
C1306 R1310 C1315 1
2.7 6 2200P
D1304
1SS400 VREG 13 3.0 1 120 R1327
1
R1305
1K 3.2 7 FAIL
DETECT DRIVE 12 5.6
R1324
0.7 8 ADIM 1K
DRIVE 11 13.0
R1312 R1311
240K 5.3 9 ADIM-P
33K GND 10 0
R1313
5.6K

1 C1310
1
R1306
10K

R1308 R1307 R1304


100K 100K 10K

POWER SUPPLY CBA

H I J K L M
10-4 FL13.10SCP2
Function Schematic Diagram

FUNCTION CBA UNIT


R4052 R4060 C4054
6.8K 8.2K 0.1 TO DIGITAL MAIN
CN4052 CBA UNIT CN3101
R4053 1 AL+3.3V
OPEN
2 P-ON+5V

2 D4051
LTST-C190KRKT
POWER
IC4051
PH5502B2NA1-E4
R4055
OPEN
R4059
OPEN
3
4
5
LIGHT
LED1
REMOTE
6 KEY-IN1
(LIGHT SENSOR)
7 GND
1 OUT NU 6 8 SCL(NU)
RS4051 R4057 2 GND NU 5 9 SDA(NU)
RS-272 13K
(REMOTE SENSOR) 3 VCC NU 4
C4057 R4058 R4056
VOUT

0.1 10K 10K


VCC
GND

3 2 1 CN4053 (NO CONNECTION)


1 AL+3.3V
C4053 2 P-ON+5V
0.1
R4051 3 LIGHT
56
R4054 4 LED1
1K
5 REMOTE
C4051 C4056 C4052 C4055 6 KEY-IN1
10 10 1000P OPEN
7 GND
8 SCL(NU)
9 SDA(NU)

1 R4001
18K
R4002
8.2K
R4003
4.7K
R4004
2.7K
R4005
2.2K
R4006
2.2K
D4002 D4001 C4002
OPEN SW4001 SW4002 SW4003 SW4004 SW4005 SW4006 SW4007 MM5Z5V6B 0.1
VOL VOL CH CH UP MENU SOURCE POWER
DOWN UP DOWN

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:


SWITCHES ARE SKRMABE010.

A B C
10-5 FL13.10SCF
Digital Main 1 Schematic Diagram [TYPE A]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3005.
IC3005 is divided into six and shown as IC3005 (1/6) ~ IC3005 (6/6) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

CONTINUE
DIGITAL 4
P-ON+21V
R3630 P-ON+3.3V
0 R3045
12K R3047 R3046 C3057 C3058 PROTECT3
R3044 3.9K 12K 47/25V 0.1
11K R3042 D3008
OPEN OPEN CONTINUE
DIGITAL 3

4 R3632
OPEN
D3624
OPEN
Q3007
2SC4081UBTLQ
(SWITCHING) C3000
OPEN
R3048
1K
CELL-PWR-CTRL
VCOM-PWM

R3622
OPEN
TO LCD PANEL
R3621 C3628 CN3013 ASSEMBLY
OPEN OPEN 1 NU
C3624 C3623 C3622 C3621 C3170 C3171
D3623 OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN 2 NU
OPEN 3 NU
IC3621
C3627 OPEN 4 NU
OPEN R3172 5 NU
1 SS BST 8 OPEN
C3625 R3627 6 GND
OPEN OPEN
2 EN IN 7 7 GND
C3629 R3623 C3626
OPEN OPEN OPEN 8 GND
3 COMP SW 6 R3440 OPEN R3430 OPEN
C3630 9 NU
4 FB GND 5 OPEN L3621 R3439 OPEN R3431 OPEN
R3625 R3624 OPEN 10 NU
OPEN OPEN R3626 R3628 R3435 OPEN
OPEN OPEN 11 NU
R3436 OPEN
12 NU
13 RXO3(+)
R3631 R3629 D3622 D3621 C3636 C3635 C3634 C3633 C3632 C3631

3 *1
IC3005(1/6)
R8A05011BG-U0
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN 14
15
16
17
RX03(-)
GND
RXOCLK(+)
RXOCLK(-)
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS 18 GND
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER
19 RXO2(+)
R3088 20 RXO2(-)
7.5K
NU K15 21 RXO1(+)
T13 22 RXO1(-)
C3647 23 RXO0(+)
R13 OPEN
24 RXO0(-)
R3442 OPEN R3432 0
T14 25 NU
C3646 R3441 OPEN R3433 0
R14 OPEN 26 NU
R3437 OPEN
27 NU
T15 R3438 OPEN
C3645 28 NU
T16 OPEN 29 RXE3(+)
R15 30 RXE3(-)
LVDS C3644
TX OPEN 31 GND
R16 32 RXECLK(+)
P15 33 RXECLK(-)
C3643

2 P16
N15
N16
OPEN

C3642
OPEN
34
35
36
37
GND
RXE2(+)
RXE2(-)
RXE1(+)
P13 38 RXE1(-)
C3641 39 RXE0(+)
P14 OPEN
40 RXE0(-)
NU N13 41 GND
C3676 R3165 0
NU N14 OPEN 42 NU
R3166 0
TO DIGITAL 43 P-ON+3.3V
NU M13 R3129 R3167 0
MAIN 2 C3675 R3168 44 P-ON+3.3V
IC3005(2/6) OPEN 0 OPEN
STV M14 45 VCOMA
POL M15 46 DCDC-EN
C3674 R3169 R3130 C3162 R3170 0
OPEN R3524 0 OPEN OPEN 47 NU
NU M16 OPEN R3173 0
48 LCD+21V
R3174 0
TP L13 R3171 49 LCD+21V
C3673 0
OE2 L14 OPEN 50 LCD+21V
C3167 C3166 51 NU
OE L15 1000P 4.7 R3434
C3672 0
CPV L16 OPEN
CN3602 (NO CONNECTION)

1 1 GND
OPEN
OPEN

OPEN
OPEN
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P

3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P

2 NU
3 NU
C3662
C3663
C3664
C3665
C3666
C3667
C3668
C3669
C3670
C3671
C3648
C3649
C3650
C3651
C3652
C3653
C3654
C3655
C3656
C3657
C3658
C3659
C3660
C3661

4 NU

C3161
OPEN

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT

A B C D E F
10-6 FL13.10ASCD1
Digital Main 2 Schematic Diagram [TYPE A]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3005.
IC3005 is divided into six and shown as IC3005 (1/6) ~ IC3005 (6/6) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

TU3901 (TUNER UNIT) DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT


IC3013

DIF-OUT1
DIF-OUT2
74LVC1G126GW

IF-AGC
(BUFFER GATE)

+3.3V
GND
SDA
SCL
1 VCC 5
C3214 Q3301
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 0.1 2SK3018
(BUFFER) Q3302

4 C3903 0.1
C3902 0.1
3 GND 4 2SK3018
(BUFFER)
CONTINUE
DIGITAL 6
VGA-SDA
VGA-SCL
IC3014
74LVC1G126GW
(BUFFER GATE)
1 VCC 5 CONTINUE
L3913 DIGITAL 4
2.2uH
2 P-ON+3.3V
C3905 C3901 D3901 C3934 C3909 C3175 C3176 R3204 P-ON+5V
10 220/6.3V MM5Z5V6B OPEN OPEN 33P 33P 2.7K 3 GND 4

D3903 D3902 R3203


MM5Z5V6B MM5Z5V6B 2.7K
R3331 R3332
C3910 D3904 10 10
1000P MM5Z5V6B R3326 R3321
*1 4.7K 4.7K JK3001
IC3005(2/6) PC-RGB-IN
R8A05011BG-U0
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER
R3206 47 D3041 D3054 11 6 1
SCL R12 OPEN OPEN
R3207 47
SDA T12
TO DIGITAL B12 12 7 2

3 MAIN 5
IC3005(5/6) DEMODULATOR
/MPEG
DECODER
A12
C3173
33P

C3172
R3251
10

R3250
R3333
10
R3343
OPEN 13 8 3

R3194 33P 10 R3358 D3050 14 9 4


1K 10K OPEN
R3202 R3334
2.7K 10
IF-AGC A16 15 10 5
R3347 D3045
R3205 C3178 C3177 R3339 10K OPEN
18K 0.1 1 OPEN
HSYNC A14 D3049
VSYNC B14 OPEN
C3194 0.1 R3285 47
A9
C3195 0.1 R3286 47 D3053
C7 OPEN
C3196 0.1 R3284 47
C11
C3291 C3292 C3293 R3356 R3377 R3364 R3298 R3296 D3055
SW 33P 33P 33P 75 75 75 OPEN OPEN OPEN
C3198 0.01
C10
C3199 0.1 R3327 10
C9
C3200 0.1 R3328 10 CONTINUE
D8 DIGITAL 3
C3201 0.1 R3329 10
B11 COMP-DET
A/D NU A10 C3289 C3288 C3287 R3302 R3303 R3301
CONVERTER 33P 33P 33P 75 75 75
NU C8

2 TO DIGITAL
MAIN 3
NU
NU
B9
D9
C3708 R3701
JK3702
COMPONENT
-Y/VIDEO-IN
DIGITAL IC3005(3/6) 0.1 OPEN
R3711
SIGNAL 10K
PROCESS COMPONENT
TO DIGITAL R3702 -Pb-IN
MAIN 3 OPEN
IC3005(3/6) R3710
100
COMPONENT
C3707 R3712 Q3701 R3703 -Pr-IN
1 10K 2SC4081UBTLQ OPEN
(BUFFER)
R3709 C3706 JK3701
C3335 220 1
TO DIGITAL TO DIGITAL 2.2 C3285 0.1 DIGITAL
NU B10 R3708 C3709 AUDIO-OUT
MAIN 6 MAIN 1 C3286 0.1 110 100P (COAXIAL)
IC3005(6/6) IC3005(1/6) NU A11
C3336 1
NU D10 AUDIO(L)-IN
R3704
100K

AUDIO(R)-IN
R3705
100K CONTINUE
DIGITAL 5

1 SCL
SDA
AUDIO(L)-IN
AUDIO(R)-IN
CONTINUE
DIGITAL 5
SPDIF

G H I J K L
10-7 FL13.10ASCD2
Digital Main 3 Schematic Diagram [TYPE A]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3005.
IC3005 is divided into six and shown as IC3005 (1/6) ~ IC3005 (6/6) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

C3009 R3082 *1
OPEN 100 IC3005(3/6)
R8A05011BG-U0
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS C3184
R3064 C3050 /MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER 18P
100 0.1
M5 SD-VREF0
R3065 C3051 N3 GND X3001
100 0.1 XIN25 H15 R3223 25MHz C3183
1K 20P CN3012 (NO CONNECTION)

4 IC3002
SD-DQ15
SD-DQ14
R8
N8
SD-DQ15
SD-DQ14
XOUT25 H16

ASEBRKAK-N F15
R3527 OPEN
1
2
3
AL+3.3V
GND
ASEBRKAK-N
K4T51163QJ-BCE7 SD-DQ13 ASEMD0 F16 4 ASEMD0
(DDR2 SDRAM) P7 SD-DQ13 TRST-N E16 5 TRST-N
SD-DQ12 R6 SD-DQ12 R3525 OPEN
C3029 0.1 TCK E15 6 TCK
*A VDD SD-DQ11 P6 SD-DQ11 R3526 OPEN
C3030 0.1 VREF J2 TDI D16 7 TDI
SD-DQ10 N7 SD-DQ10
C3031 0.1 C3010 R3083 TDO D15 8 TDO
0.1 100 SD-DQ9 T5 SD-DQ9
C3032 0.1 TMS E14 9 TMS
CKE K2 SD-DQ8 P8 SD-DQ8 TO DIGITAL
C3033 0.1 MAIN 2 R3522 10 CPU-RESET-N
E2 NU CK J8 SD-DQ7 P4 SD-DQ7 IC3005(2/6) 10K
C3034 0.1
A2 NU CK K8 SD-DQ6 T3 SD-DQ6 R3395 CN3010 (NO CONNECTION)
C3035 0.1 R3049 4.7K
R8 NU CS L8 150 SD-DQ5 R4 SD-DQ5 1 P-ON+5V
C3037 0.1 R3468 100
R7 NU RAS K7 SD-DQ4 T2 SD-DQ4 TXD0 G15 2 UART0-TX
C3038 0.1 R3469 100
R3 NU CAS L7 SD-DQ3 P3 SD-DQ3 RXD0 G16 3 UART0-RX
C3039 0.1 C3253
WE K3 SD-DQ2 T4 SD-DQ2 OPEN 4 GND
C3040 0.1 C3254 C3255 R3396
1-O3 B7 UDQS BA2/NU L1 SD-DQ1 R3 SD-DQ1 OPEN OPEN 4.7K
C3041 0.1
2-O3 A8 UDQS/NU BA1 L3 SD-DQ0 N4 SD-DQ0
C3140 0.1 CONTINUE
3-O3 B3 UDM BA0 L2 3-M3 T6 SD-UDM DIGITAL 2
SD-DQ15 B9 DQ15 A12 R2 6-M3 R5 SD-LDM COMP-DET
R3516 100
SD-DQ12 2-M3 BACKLIGHT-ADJ F3

3 SD-DQ10
SD-DQ9
SD-DQ14
B1
D9
D1
D3
DQ12
DQ10
DQ9
DQ14
A11
A10/AP
A9
A8
P7
M2
P3
P8
1-M3
5-M3
4-M3
T7
R7
N5
P5
SD-UDQSN
SD-UDQS
SD-LDQSN
SD-LDQS
VCOM-PWM F2
GND J14
R3517 100 CONTINUE
DIGITAL 5
CPU-RESET-N

SD-DQ13 D7 DQ13 A7 P2
SD-DQ11 C2 DQ11 A6 N7
SD-DQ8 R3030 33x4 H1 SD-A4 R3511 22 CONTINUE
C8 DQ8 A5 N3 CELL-PWR-CTRL D1 DIGITAL 4
4-O3 F7 LDQS A4 N8 H3 SD-CAS GPY10 E13 GPY10
5-O3 E8 LDQS/NU A3 N2 J2 SD-A11 CPU-RESET-N
6-O3 J1 SD-A0 R3211 100
F3 LDM A2 M7 R3031 33x4 P-ON-H2 B16 P-ON-H2
SD-DQ3 J4 SD-A10 R3233 22
F9 DQ3 A1 M3 HP-MUTE G13 BACKLIGHT-ADJ
SD-DQ2 L1 SD-A1 R3188 22
F1 DQ2 A0 M8 BACKLIGHT-SW E2 BACKLIGHT-SW
SD-DQ7 H9 DQ7 ODT K9 K4 SD-BA1
R3503
SD-DQ6 L2 SD-A9 10K CONTINUE
H1 DQ6 R3032 33x4 DIGITAL 1
SD-DQ4 H3 DQ4 L4 SD-WE CELL-PWR-CTRL
SD-DQ1 VSS *B N2 SD-BA0
H7 DQ1 TO DIGITAL VCOM-PWM
SD-DQ5 G2 DQ5 P1 SD-BA2 MAIN 2 R3510 22K
SD-DQ0 M3 SD-A3 IC3005(2/6)
G8 DQ0 CONTINUE
R3033 33x4 M1 SD-A5 DIGITAL 5
R3515 4.7K
M2 SD-A12 LED1 D14 LED1
*A:A1,A9,C1,C3,C7,C9,E1,E9, R3213 22
G1,G3,G7,G9,J1,J9,M9,R1 L3 SD-CKE REMOTE C14 REMOTE
R3217 22

2 *B:A3,A7,B2,B8,D2,D8,E3,E7,
F2,F8,H2,H8,J3,J7,N1,P9 R3034 33x4
N1
J3
K3
SD-A7
SD-RAS
SD-A6
AUDIO-MUTE C1
R3234
OPEN

K1 SD-A2
CONTINUE
K2 SD-ODT DIGITAL 4
IC3006 H2 SD-A8 R3201 P-ON+1.8V
S25FL032P0XMFI010 R3102 R3016 33 R3215 22 33K
10K R2 SD-CLK COMP-DET N12 P-ON+3.3V
(MEMORY) R3084 10
R1 SD-CLKN AL+3.3V
1 CS VCC 8 R3087 10
R3107 H4 NU P-ON+5V
10K C3073 R3070 150
2 SO NU 7 0.1
R3089 47
P12 CS
3 WP SCK 6 R3092 47 CONTINUE
R11 SOUT DIGITAL 5
R3093 47
4 GND SI 5 P11 SIN C3072 10 HP-MUTE
R3094 47 NU H14
R3479 T11 SCK AUDIO-MUTE
10K R3095 22
T9 VBUS-EN BACKLIGHT-SW
R9 VBUS-ST
R10 USBDP
(USB JACK) CN3009 C3246 C3348 T10 USBDN
1 220/6.3V R3099 5.6K
BUS-POWER 1 P10 NU
USBDN 2 IC3019

1 USBDP
GND
3
4 L3025
EXC24CG900U
AP2151WG-7
(HIGH SIDE SW)
1 OUT IN 5
C3327
2 GND 1
3 /FLAG RN 4
R3480
10K
DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT

M N O P Q R
10-8 FL13.10ASCD3
Digital Main 4 Schematic Diagram [TYPE A]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3005.
IC3005 is divided into six and shown as IC3005 (1/6) ~ IC3005 (6/6) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

CONTINUE
*1 DIGITAL 3
IC3005(4/6) R3221 P-ON+1.8V
R8A05011BG-U0 100
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS P-ON+3.3V
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER R3222 AL+3.3V
10K L3027
BEAD P-ON+5V
VCC33STB F12
C3160 R3106 R3100 R3036

4 VCC33STB G12

VDD12STB E12
0.1

D
G
S
Q3006
2SA1576UBTLQ
47K
R3105
10K
22K
Q3101
2SC4081UBTLQ
(SWITCHING)
D3105
OPEN D3103
HSC119
R3424
100 IC3004
100
CONTINUE
DIGITAL 6
P-ON+3.3V
(SWITCHING) BD00IA5WEFJ-E2 AL+3.3V
L3030
0 Q3013 Q3005 C3265 R3138 (+1.2V REG.) P-ON+3.3V(1)
C3181 SSM3K309T 2SC4081UBTLQ 10 OPEN
0.1 (SW+12V) R3423 D3115 1 VOUT VCC 8 P-ON+5V
(SWITCHING) R3097 47K HSC119
1.5K C3024 CONTINUE
D3101 2 FB NU 7 10 DIGITAL 2
VDD12 *C HSC119 P-ON+3.3V
R3061 R3060 C3019
C3123 C3124 C3125 C3126 C3132 C3133 D3102 10K 2.7K 0.022 3 GND NU 6 P-ON+5V
1 1 1 1 10 10 HSC119 R3059 R3062
2.7K 1.8K
4 NU EN 5
C3127 C3128 C3129 C3130 C3134 R3043 C3086
1 1 1 1 1 180 10 CONTINUE
R3228 R3086 DIGITAL 1
OPEN Q3011 4.7K
OPEN R3008 P-ON+21V
AVDD12 M10 C3237 R3227 D3104 C3131 1
OPEN OPEN HSC119 Q3003 1 P-ON+3.3V
C3135 R3077 2SC4081UBTLQ
0.1 L3021 10K (SWITCHING) PROTECT3
BEAD IC3601
AVDD12 E8 AP2121AK-3.3TRE1 L3003
AVDD12 F8 C3118 C3136 C3114 C3115 R3605 (+3.3V REG.) R3079 Q3004 OPEN
10 1 10 10 0 10K 2SC4081UBTLQ IC3007
AVDD12 F9 1 VIN VOUT 5 (SWITCHING) BD00IC0WEFJ CONTINUE
C3609 C3610 (+1.8V REG.) DIGITAL 5
1 2 GND R3606 1 RESET

3 VDDCLK G11
C3139
0.1
R3608
4.7K
C3611 R3609
OPEN OPEN
3 CE NU 4
OPEN

R3607
OPEN
D3106
HSC119 R3111
10K
R3110
10K
C3075
0.022
1 VOUT
2 FB
VCC 8
NU 7
C3069
10
C3068
OPEN
PROTECT1
PROTECT3

3 GND NU 6
R3109 R3103 CONTINUE
3.3K 1.8K DIGITAL 5
VCCQ18 H5 4 NU EN 5
P-ON+3.3V
VCCQ18 J5 C3326 C3325 C3324 C3343 C3264 C3079 C3087
10 OPEN OPEN 10 OPEN 220/6.3V 10 CHECK+1.8V
VCCQ18 M4 AL+3.3V
VCCQ18 T1 P-ON+5V
C3322 C3321 C3320 C3319 C3318
VCCQ18 M6 10 OPEN 10 10 10 P-ON+3.3V(1)
VCCQ18 N6 AMP+13V
VCCQ18 M7 C3141 C3142 C3143 C3144 C3145 C3080 C3103 C3007 C3102 C3003 C3002
1 1 1 1 1 4.7 OPEN 0.1 IC3008 4.7 0.1 OPEN IC3001
VCCQ18 M8 MP1472GJC452Z MP1472GJC452Z C3604 C3603
L3019 (+1.2V REG.) (+3.3V REG.) 10 1
OPEN C3083 C3013 R3071
AVDD33 E10 0.015 0.047 1 CONTINUE
C3148 C3149 C3150 D3113 1 SS BST 8 1 SS BST 8 D3602 DIGITAL 3
AVDD33 C2 1 10 1 MM5Z5V6B R3133 C3091 R3091 C3092 GPY10
AVDD33 C3
10K
2 EN IN 7
OPEN C3085 0
2 EN IN 7
OPEN C3014 MM5Z4V3B
C3088 R3137 R3141 0.1 C3017 R3001 R3057 0.1 CPU-RESET-N
AVDD33 E11 C3090 4700P 2.7K OPEN C3119 2200P 8.2K OPEN
1 3 COMP SW 6 OPEN 3 COMP SW 6 P-ON-H2
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
L3026 4 FB GND 5 4 FB GND 5
BEAD L3009 L3002 BACKLIGHT-SW
AVDD33 D6 10uH 33uH

2 L3006
BEAD
C3151
1
C3152
1
C3154
1
D3114
MM5Z5V6B C3099 R3142 R3149 C3094 C3096 C3065 C3097 R3602 D3005 R3004 C3020 C3021 C3059 R3014 R3601

OPEN
OPEN OPEN 3.9K 330/4V 10 10 OPEN OPEN PTZTE255.1B 33K 330/4V 10 10 270 OPEN

220

100
100
100
AVDD33 E6 R3145 C3606 R3003 C3605
C3155 C3156 1.2K OPEN 6.2K OPEN
1 1

R3013
R3011
R3009
R3072
R3068
D3006 R3143 R3002 TO POWER SUPPLY
VCCQ33 G4 PTZTE255.1B 15K 15K CN3701 CBA CN501
VCCQ33 F5 C3157 C3158 C3159 23 LED-CONT(NU)
1 1 1 D3994 OPEN
VCCQ33 L12 22 PROTECT1
D3995 OPEN
VCCQ33 K13 C3022 C3001 C3105 R3108 D3112 D3107 21 PROTECT3
4.7 0.1 OPEN 47K MM5Z12B HSC119
VCCQ33 J12 20 RESET
AVDD33 N11 R3140 19 BACKLIGHT-SW
IC3003 18K Q3009
MP1472GJC452Z 2SC4081UBTLQ 18 P-ON-H2
C3028 (+5V REG.) R3112 R3115 Q3103 C3238 R3139 (SWITCHING) 17 BACKLIGHT-ADJ
VSS *D 0.047 10K OPEN 2SA1576UBTLQ R3101 OPEN 1K
1 SS BST 8 (SWITCHING) 1K 16 AL+3.3V
R3098 C3095 C3994 15 GND
0 OPEN C3042 OPEN
*C:G5,G6,H6,J7,J11,J13,K6,K7, 2 EN IN 7 R3054 0.1 Q3102 C3107 R3104 14 GND
K11,L8,L9,M9,M11,N9,P9. C3121 C3043 R3005 OPEN 2SC4081UBTLQ 1 1K
OPEN 4700P 4.3K R3113 C3063 13 GND
*D:D2~D5,D12,E3~E5,E7,E9,F4,F6, 3 COMP SW 6 (SWITCHING) 10K OPEN
F7,F10,F11,G7~G10,H7~H13,J6, 12 GND
J8~J10,K5,K8~K10,K12,L5~L7, 4 FB GND 5 L3005 R3114 R3051
L10,L11,P2,T8 22uH 47K 100 11 GND
10 GND
R3012 C3056 C3074 C3053 R3603 D3007 9 AMP+13V

OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
33K 10 10 OPEN OPEN OPEN C3995 8 AMP+13V
R3007 C3607 OPEN
12K OPEN 7 AMP+13V

C3062
C3008
C3006
C3004
C3055
C3048
6 AMP+13V
R3006
10K 5 GND
4 P-ON+21V
C3996 3 P-ON+21V
OPEN
2 P-ON+21V
DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT 1 P-ON+21V

S T U V W X
10-9 FL13.10ASCD4
Digital Main 5 Schematic Diagram [TYPE A]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3005.
IC3005 is divided into six and shown as IC3005 (1/6) ~ IC3005 (6/6) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

CONTINUE
DIGITAL 4
P-ON+3.3V
CHECK+1.8V
AL+3.3V
P-ON+5V
P-ON+3.3V(1) *1
IC3005(5/6)
AMP+13V R8A05011BG-U0
CONTINUE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER

4 DIGITAL 3
LED1
REMOTE
R3552 R3558
Q3502
2SA1576UBTLQ
(LED DRIVE)
R3559
R3312 10K
D13 CHECK+1.8V NU G1
NU E1
TO FUNCTION CBA 100 OPEN 10K
UNIT CN4052 CN3101 NU G2
CONTINUE
SDA(NU) 1 R3560 R3210 R3402 DIGITAL 6
100K 100 0
SCL(NU) 2 HPD-SINK K14 HPD-SINK
GND 3 PWR J16 PWR
C3555 R3320 R3216 R3401
KEY-IN1 4 OPEN OPEN 100 0
REMOTE 5 C3559 R3551 R3555
OPEN 100 OPEN Q3010 R3220
LED1 6 2SC4081UBTLQ 33K

R3318 22K
R3317 10K
R3319 10K
(BUFFER) R3219
LIGHT 7 22
C3553 C3556 C3558 R3183 HP-DET K16
P-ON+5V 8 OPEN OPEN 10 100
D3201
AL+3.3V 9 MM5Z5V6B
C3554 C3560 Q3501 R3185 CONTINUE
1 OPEN 2SC4081UBTLQ 10K R3191 DIGITAL 3
(LED DRIVE) 100
C3329 0.01 RESET J15 CPU-RESET-N
C3551 33P R3184 R3186 D3111
R3553 D3501 10K 39K A15 KEY-IN1 MM5Z5V6B
C3552 33P 100 MM5Z5V6B R3314 22
CONTINUE
DIGITAL 4 B13 PROTECT3
R3315 22
RESET A13 LIGHT-SENS
R3316 22 IC3009
PROTECT1 C13 PROTECT1 R3178 PST8429UR R3182

3 PROTECT3
C3231
C3328
OPEN
0.22
C12 LPF
TO DIGITAL TO DIGITAL
MAIN 2 MAIN 6
220 (RESET)
1 GND OUT 4
56K

1000P
1000P
R3556 R3557 IC3005(2/6) IC3005(6/6) C3116

OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CONTINUE 10 10 R3340 10K 2 VDD CD 3 1000P
DIGITAL 2 NU D11
C3219 10 D3108 C3106 C3113
SCL NU D7 OPEN 1 0.033

C3229
R3502
C3227
R3501
C3233
C3232
C3220 10
SDA NU C6
R3335 18K C3217 2.2 C3216 10
AUDIO(L)-IN A8 NU C5
R3336 18K C3218 2.2
AUDIO(R)-IN B8 AUDIO NU B6
C3223 1 I/F CONTINUE
R3995 R3862 B7 NU A6 R3209 DIGITAL 2
CONTINUE 10K 10K C3224 1 100
DIGITAL 3 A7 N10 SPDIF
HP-MUTE
AUDIO-MUTE R3865
10K
BACKLIGHT-SW
R3561 C3860 R3866 C3862
10 0.1 100K OPEN
R3867 R3868
0 OPEN
R3809 R3810 R3864
OPEN OPEN 1K R3851 C3851
15K 1 C3853
220/6.3V
R3861 R3853 JK3703
10K Q3861 OPEN C3856 R3856 HEADPHONE
C3825 C3824 2SC4081UBTLQ 1000P 10K JACK

2 R3814
OPEN

Q3803
R3870
220
R3813
OPEN
R3822
10
IC3801
TPA3110D2PWPR
(AUDIO AMP)
1 1000P (SWITCHING)
R3869
OPEN
4
GND
3 2 1
MUTE
IC3851
BH3547F
C3861
0.1

2SA1576UBTLQ 1 PVCCL 28 R3863 (HEADPHONE AMP)


R3818 OPEN
10K (SWITCHING) C3993 R3819 CONTROL BIAS VCC
0.1 100K 2 LOGIC PVCCL 27 Q3862 5 6 7 8
OPEN C3852 C3854
R3817 C3808 1 C3801 0.22 R3852 1 220/6.3V
10K 3 26 15K
POWER PWM DRIVE
R3816 C3870 C3992 1 LIMIT LOGIC R3854 C3855 R3855
1.8K 2200P 4 25 OPEN 1000P 10K
R3805 R3811 0 C3832 C3828 C3859 C3857 C3858
10K Q3802 5 GND 24 OPEN 1 L3801 0.1 47/25V 100/16V
2SC4081UBTLQ GAIN 10uH
(SWITCHING) R3806 0 CONTROL
R3815 6 23
47K DRIVE R3801 C3811 C3820 D3801
C3802 0.22 OPEN 1000P 1 OPEN
7 AVCC 22
C3807
R3812 C3815 R3807 OPEN C3803 0.22 OPEN L3802
10K Q3801 1 8 GND 21 10uH
2SC4081UBTLQ C3816 1 DRIVE
(SWITCHING) 9 GVDD 20 R3802 C3812 C3821 D3802
R3808 OPEN 1000P 1 OPEN
C3817 1 10K C3827 C3833
Q3804 10 GND 19 1000P OPEN C3805
OPEN OPEN L3803
C3819 1 10uH SP3801
11 18
R3871 POWER PWM DRIVE CN3801 SPEAKER
220 C3809 1 LIMIT LOGIC C3804 0.22 R3803 C3813 C3822 D3803 L-CH

1 R3823
C3871
2200P
12
13 NU
14 PBTL
17
PVCCR 16
PVCCR 15
OPEN
C3806
OPEN L3804
10uH
1000P 1 OPEN 1
2
3
4
SP(L)+
SP(L)-
SP(R)-
SP(R)+
OPEN SP3802
C3831 C3826 C3829 R3804 C3814 C3823 D3804 SPEAKER
100/16V 100/16V 100/16V OPEN 1000P 1 OPEN R-CH
C3810
OPEN

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT

Y Z AA BB CC DD
10-10 FL13.10ASCD5
Digital Main 6 Schematic Diagram [TYPE A]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3005.
IC3005 is divided into six and shown as IC3005 (1/6) ~ IC3005 (6/6) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

CONTINUE
DIGITAL 4 HDMI-
P-ON+3.3V JK3002 CONNECTOR-2
C3316 C3421 C3423 C3425 C3426 1 TMDS-D2(+)
AL+3.3V 10 1 1 1 1 2 D-SHIELD0
P-ON+3.3V(1)
3 TMDS-D2(-)
P-ON+5V
D3993 C3420 C3422 C3424 C3427 4 TMDS-D1(+)
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN
5 D-SHIELD1
6 TMDS-D1(-)
7 TMDS-D0(+)

4 *1
IC3005(6/6)
R8A05011BG-U0
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
8
9
10
11
D-SHIELD2
TMDS-D0(-)
TMDS-CLOCK(+)
C-SHIELD0
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER Q3014
2SK3018 R3405 12 TMDS-CLOCK(-)
(BUFFER) 100
13 HDMI-CEC
TO DIGITAL TO DIGITAL 14 NU
MAIN 2 MAIN 5 R3415
IC3005(2/6) IC3005(5/6) 82K R3486 15 HDMI-CLOCK
3.9K 16 HDMI-DATA
D3057 IC3018 C3202 C3203 R3275 R3278 17 GND
VIDEO AUDIO RB751S-40 OPEN OPEN 47K 47K
DECODER DECODER 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TMDS351PAGR
R3237 (HDMI SW) 18 +5V

GND

VCC

GND

VCC

GND
NU
27K C3023 R3066 R3055 19 HOT PLUG DETECT
HDMI-CEC B15 0.1 2.7K 1K

17 HOT-PLUG- 64 Q3008
DETECT3 R3063 2SC4081UBTLQ
18 63 1K (SWITCHING)
C3989 C3988 R3489 R3058
B1 OPEN OPEN 10K 19 VCC 62 10K
A1
20 VCC 61 HDMI-
B2 JK3003 CONNECTOR-3
A2 21 60 1 TMDS-D2(+)
HDMI
I/F B3 C3987 C3986 2 D-SHIELD0
OPEN OPEN 22 GND 59
A3 3 TMDS-D2(-)
B4 23 GND 58 4 TMDS-D1(+)
A4 5 D-SHIELD1

3 C3985
OPEN
C3984
OPEN
24
25 VCC
26
HDMI SW 57
56
VCC 55
6
7
8
TMDS-D1(-)
TMDS-D0(+)
D-SHIELD2
C3990 9 TMDS-D0(-)
1P 27 54 10 TMDS-CLOCK(+)
R3488 R3487
4.7K 4.7K 11 C-SHIELD0
28 GND 53
12 TMDS-CLOCK(-)
SCL-SINK C16 29 SCL-SINK 52 13 HDMI-CEC
14 NU
SDA-SINK C15 30 SDA-SINK 51
R3514 15 HDMI-CLOCK
100
HPD-SINK F13 31 HOT-PLUG-
DETECT-SINK
HOT-PLUG- 50
DETECT2 16 HDMI-DATA
R3508 C3204 C3205 R3214 R3212
22 17 GND

HOT-PLUG-
HDMI-SEL0 G3 32 HDMI- NU 49 OPEN OPEN 47K 47K
SEL0

DETECT1
R3994 R3496 18 +5V

HDMI-
OPEN 4.7K C3005 R3019 R3010

SEL1
1K 19 HOT PLUG DETECT

VCC

GND

VCC
0.1 2.7K

NU
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Q3001
R3509 R3018 2SC4081UBTLQ
22 1K (SWITCHING)
HDMI-SEL1 F1
R3497 R3017
4.7K R3992 10K
R3990 0
OPEN HDMI-
R3236 C3185 R3270 C3187 JK3004 CONNECTOR-1
560 0.01 2.2K 2.2 R3991 1 TMDS-D2(+)
10K
EXT-RES C4 C3186 2 D-SHIELD0

2 PLL-XFC-A B5
PLL-XFC-P A5 R3271
3K
4700P
C3188
2200P
3
4
5
TMDS-D2(-)
TMDS-D1(+)
D-SHIELD1
6 TMDS-D1(-)
7 TMDS-D0(+)
8 D-SHIELD2
9 TMDS-D0(-)
10 TMDS-CLOCK(+)
PWR M12 11 C-SHIELD0
R3193 12 TMDS-CLOCK(-)
4.7K
HDMI-SCL G14 13 HDMI-CEC
HDMI-SDA F14 D3003 D3001 C3208
RB751S-40 RB751S-40 OPEN 14 NU
R3192
4.7K 15 HDMI-CLOCK
16 HDMI-DATA
C3206 C3207 D3002 R3273 R3276 17 GND
CONTINUE OPEN OPEN RB751S-40 47K 47K
DIGITAL 5 18 +5V
HPD-SINK R3022 R3024 C3018 R3040 R3025 19 HOT PLUG DETECT
10K 10K 0.1 2.7K 1K
PWR

R3023
IC3011 22K Q3002
BU9883FV-WE2 2SC4081UBTLQ
(HDMI SERIAL EEPROM) R3029 (SWITCHING)
CONTINUE 1K
DIGITAL 2
VGA-SDA 1 VCC1 VCC2 16 R3027
10K

1 VGA-SCL
R3451
10K
R3453
1.5K
2 SCL1
3 SDA1
4 WPB
SCL2 15
SDA2 14
NU 13
R3073
0
R3074
0
C3192 0.1 R3075
R3281 5 VCC-OUT GND 12 0
Q3451 100
2SC4081UBTLQ 6 SDA0 SDA3 11 R3076 R3078
(SWITCHING) R3282 0 OPEN
R3452 100
10K 7 SCL0 SCL3 10 R3081 R3080
0 OPEN
8 VCC0 VCC3 9
DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT C3191
0.1

EE FF GG HH II JJ
10-11 FL13.10ASCD6
Digital Main 1 Schematic Diagram [TYPE B]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3001.
IC3001 is divided into five and shown as IC3001 (1/5) ~ IC3001 (5/5) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT


CONTINUE
DIGITAL 5
P-ON+21V
P-ON+3.3V
R3045 R3047 R3046 C3057 C3058
12K 3.9K 12K 47/25V 0.1 P-ON+5V
R3044
11K CONTINUE
DIGITAL 3

4 R3211
OPEN

R3213
D3202
OPEN
Q3007
2SC4081UBTLQ
(SWITCHING) C3000
OPEN
R3048
1K
CELL-PWR-CTRL
VCOM-PWM
P-ON-H2
1K PROTECT3
D3204
C3204 R3085 1SS400
OPEN OPEN
D3201
OPEN
Q3201 CONTINUE
OPEN DIGITAL 2
IC3201 S D PANEL-VCOM-PWM
MP1472GJC452Z C3208 C3209 C3207 C3214 C3257 R3283 C3258
(+12V REG.) 0.1 OPEN OPEN 4.7 OPEN OPEN OPEN G R3284 CELL-PWR-CTRL
C3201 OPEN
0.015 LCD+12V
C3235 1 SS BST 8
100P R3217 R3281
0 Q3202 OPEN
2 EN IN 7 OPEN
R3202 C3203 C3202 R3282 C3256
24K 1000P 0.1 Q3282 OPEN OPEN
3 COMP SW 6 C3282 OPEN
R3215 OPEN
4 FB GND 5 OPEN L3201 1 8
R3209 R3208 33uH
120K 1K R3205 C3206 2 7
10K OPEN R3291
OPEN
3 6 R3286
OPEN TO LCD PANEL
R3218 R3216 D3203 C3210 C3205 C3212 C3213 C3211 4 5 CN3013 ASSEMBLY
OPEN 10K OPEN OPEN 4.7 4.7 4.7 4.7 R3289 1 LCD+12V
OPEN R3287 C3170 C3171 2 LCD+12V
Q3281 OPEN 4.7 1000P
CONTINUE OPEN 3 LCD+12V
DIGITAL 2 C3281 R3288 4 LCD+12V
OPEN OPEN

3 LVDS-OD0(-)
LVDS-OD0(+)
LVDS-OD1(-)
LVDS-OD1(+)
R3172
0 5
6
7
NU
GND
GND
8 GND
LVDS-OD2(-) R3251 0
9 NU
LVDS-OD2(+) R3252 0
10 NU
LVDS-OCLK(-) 11 NU
LVDS-OCLK(+) 12 NU
LVDS-OD3(-) 13 LVDS-OD3(+)
LVDS-OD3(+) 14 LVDS-OD3(-)
15 GND
16 LVDS-OCLK(+)
*1
IC3001(1/5) 17 LVDS-OCLK(-)
MSD8200DS-S1 18 GND
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER 19 LVDS-OD2(+)
20 LVDS-OD2(-)
21 LVDS-OD1(+)
R3249 OPEN 22 LVDS-OD1(-)
98
R3248 OPEN 23 LVDS-OD0(+)
97 24 LVDS-OD0(-)
R3253 0
100 25 GND
R3254 0
99 26 GND
27 NU
102

2 101
104
28
29
30
31
NU
LVDS-ED3(+)
LVDS-ED3(-)
GND
103 32 LVDS-ECLK(+)
106 33 LVDS-ECLK(-)
105 34 GND
35 LVDS-ED2(+)
LVDS 108 36 LVDS-ED2(-)
TX
107 37 LVDS-ED1(+)
R3153 OPEN 38 LVDS-ED1(-)
113
R3149 OPEN 39 LVDS-ED0(+)
112 40 LVDS-ED0(-)
R3145 0
115 41 GND
R3143 0 R3165 0
114 42 GND
R3166 0
R3142 0 43 P-ON+3.3V
117 R3129 R3167 0
R3168 OPEN 44 P-ON+3.3V
R3141 0 0
116 45 VCOMA
R3140 0 46 DCDC-EN
119 R3169 R3170 0
R3139 0 0 R3130 47 GND
118 0 R3173 0
48 LCD+21V
R3137 0 R3174 0
121 R3171 49 LCD+21V
R3111 0 0

1 120
123
122
R3110 0
R3109 0
C3167
1000P
C3166
4.7 R3099
0
50
51
LCD+21V
GND

CN3005 (NO CONNECTION)


1 GND
OPEN
OPEN

OPEN
OPEN
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P

3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P
3P

2 GND
3 NU
C3661
C3662
C3663
C3664
C3665
C3666
C3667
C3668
C3669
C3670
C3671
C3672
C3673
C3674
C3675
C3676
C3677
C3678
C3679
C3680
C3681
C3682
C3683
C3684

TO DIGITAL
MAIN 4 4 NU
IC3001(3/5)

A B C D E F
10-12 FL13.10BSCD1
Digital Main 2 Schematic Diagram [TYPE B]

CONTINUE
DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT DIGITAL 1
PANEL-VCOM-PWM
CELL-PWR-CTRL
R3039 LCD+12V
OPEN
R3035
OPEN
CN3001 (NO CONNECTION)

4 C3514
OPEN
C3513
OPEN
31
30
29
LCD+12V
LCD+12V
LCD+12V
R3028 28 GND
OPEN R3037 OPEN
27 VCOM-PWM
C3918 C3921 C3916 C3914 C3915 C3923 C3924 C3919 C3512 26 PWR-CTRL
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN
D3905 25 P-ON+3.3V
OPEN R3038 OPEN
24 GND
R3924 23 LLV0(+)
OPEN R3907 22 LLV0(-)
C3917 OPEN
OPEN R3919 R3920 R3923 21 LLV1(+)
OPEN OPEN OPEN R3913
OPEN 20 LLV1(-)
19 LLV2(+)
R3917 18 LLV2(-)
OPEN OPEN
17 GND
16 LLVCNK(+)
OPEN R3916
OPEN 15 LLVCLK(-)
14 GND
CONTINUE IC3902 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 13 LLV3(+)
DIGITAL 1 OPEN 12 LLV3(-)

VDDC(1.2V)

VDDP(3.3V)
(3.3V)

VDDP(3.3V)
GND
GND

REL

GND
NU
NU
LVDS-OD0(-)

MGD-EN
VDDP

/GP08
LVDS-OD0(+) 11 LLV4(+)
LVDS-OD1(-) 10 LLV4(-)
LVDS-OD1(+) 1 48 9 LLV5(+)
R3931
LVDS-OD2(-) OPEN 8 LLV5(-)
2 SERIAL 47
LVDS-OD2(+) I/F 7 GND
LVDS-OCLK(-) 3 46 6 TP
R3932
LVDS-OCLK(+) OPEN 5 POL
4 45
LVDS-OD3(-) 4 CPV
LVDS-OD3(+) 5 VDD-LVDS CONTROL SIGNAL GENERATOR 44 3 OE1
LVDS 2 OE2
6 OUTPUT 43
R3933 LVDS 1 STV
OPEN RX
7 42
CN3006 (NO CONNECTION)
8 41 30 LCD+12V
R3934
OPEN 29 LCD+12V
9 40
DATA DATA 28 GND
10 INPUT PROCESSING 39 27 VCOM-PWM
R3935 LATCH
OPEN 26 PWR-CTRL
11 38
25 P-ON+3.3V
12 GND 37 24 GND

2 R3928
OPEN
C3920
13 VDDC(1.2V)
14 RESET
OPEN 15 GND
GND 36
35
R3910 OPEN
R3908 OPEN
23
22
21
20
LLV0(+)
LLV0(-)
LLV1(+)
LLV1(-)
34
R3921 19 LLV2(+)
UD-SEL/GP02

OPEN R3911 OPEN


VDDP(3.3V)
OD-EN/GP08

VDDC(1.2V)

VDDP(3.3V)

VDDP(3.3V)

16 LV-SEL 33
PWMO/GP06

18 LLV2(-)
KB/GP01

R3922 17 GND
OPEN
TSET

16 LLVCNK(+)
NU

NU
NU

NU
NU

15 LLVCLK(-)
CONTINUE 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
DIGITAL 5 14 GND
P-ON+3.3V 13 LLV3(+)
R3914 OPEN
VDDC+1.26V 12 LLV3(-)
C3913 L3901 C3902 C3922 C3925 R3912 OPEN
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN 11 LLV4(+)
R3926 R3909 OPEN
OPEN 10 LLV4(-)
9 LLV5(+)
R3906 R3927 8 LLV5(-)
OPEN OPEN 7 GND
R3904 R3925 6 TP
OPEN OPEN 5 POL
CONTINUE 4 CPV
DIGITAL 5

1 BACKLIGHT-ADJ
BACKLIGHT-DIM
3
2
1
OE1
OE2
STV

OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
R3041
R3132
R3120
R3119
R3118
R3117
C3165
C3102
C3164
C3163
C3162
C3161
G H I J K L
10-13 FL13.10BSCD2
Digital Main 3 Schematic Diagram [TYPE B]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3001.
IC3001 is divided into five and shown as IC3001 (1/5) ~ IC3001 (5/5) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT


*1
IC3001(2/5)
R3231 MSD8200DS-S1
1K DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER R3157 C3169
160 15P

4 MDQU7
XOUT 66
XIN 67
R3158
OPEN
X3101
24MHz C3172
18P

153 MDQU7
IC3002 MDQU6 144 MDQU6
K4T51163QJ-BCE7 MDQU5 157 MDQU5
(DDR2 SDRAM) MDQU4
C3223 0.1 142 MDQU4 R3196 R3189
*A VDD MDQU3 141 MDQU3 10K 33K
C3224 0.1 VREF J2 MDQU2 155 MDQU2
C3225 0.1 C3222 R3232 R3234 R3233 C3217
0.1 1K 56 56 0.01 MDQU1 143 MDQU1
C3226 0.1
MDQU0 154 MDQU0 TO DIGITAL Q3103
C3227 0.1 CKE K2 MAIN 4 2SA1576UBTLQ
MDQL7 158 MDQL7 IC3001(3/5)
C3228 0.1 CK J8 (SWITCHING) R3197
E2 NU MDQL6 139 MDQL6 33K
C3229 0.1 CK K8 R3210
A2 NU MDQL5 162 MDQL5 OPEN
C3218 0.1 CS L8
R7 NU MDQL4 136 MDQL4
C3216 0.1 RAS K7 R3193
R3 NU MDQL3 137 MDQL3 10K R3161
C3220 0.1 CAS L7 100
MDQL2 161 MDQL2
C3221 0.1 WE K3
1-O3 B7 UDQS MDQL1 138 MDQL1
C3215 0.1 BA2/NU L1 CONTINUE
2-O3 A8 UDQS/NU MDQL0 160 MDQL0 I2S-OUT-MCK 132 R3150 DIGITAL 5
C3219 10 BA1 L3 OPEN R3177
3-O3 B3 UDM 3-M3 145 SD-UDM R3195 OPEN Q3101 PROTECT1
C3230 OPEN BA0 L2 OPEN OPEN

3 C3231
C3232
C3233
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
MDQU7
MDQU6
MDQU5
MDQU4
B9
B1
D9
MDQU7
MDQU6
MDQU5
A13
A12
A11
R8
R2
P7
6-M3
2-M3
1-M3
5-M3
152 SD-LDM
150 SD-UDQSN
149 SD-UDQS
PROTECT3
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
BACKLIGHT-SW
134
129
75
R3160
10K

R3191
R3199
1K
C3175
PROTECT3
P-ON-H2
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
BACKLIGHT-SW
C3234 OPEN D1 MDQU4 A10/AP M2 148 SD-LDQSN R3106 22 10K OPEN
MDQU3 D3 MDQU3 4-M3 147 SD-LDQS PROTECT1 209 RESET
A9 P3 R3101 10
MDQU2 D7 MDQU2 P-ON-H2 206
A8 P8 R3238 75 R3155
MDQU1 C2 MDQU1 177 SD-A11 OPEN
A7 P2 R3220 75x4
MDQU0 174 SD-A4 CONTINUE
C8 MDQU0 A6 N7 DIGITAL 1
4-O3 170 SD-CAS R3162 100
F7 LDQS A5 N3 CELL-PWR-CTRL 76 CELL-PWR-CTRL
5-O3 E8 LDQS/NU 172 SD-A2 VCOM-PWM
6-O3 A4 N8 171 SD-A0 R3156
F3 LDM A3 N2 R3221 75 OPEN Q3102 P-ON-H2
MDQL7 F9 MDQL7 183 SD-A10 OPEN PROTECT3
A2 M7 R3229 75 R3159
MDQL6 F1 MDQL6 182 SD-A1 10K
A1 M3 R3237 75
MDQL5 H9 MDQL5 180 SD-BA1 R3188
A0 M8 R3222 75 100
MDQL4 H1 MDQL4 179 SD-WE VCOM-PWM 83
ODT K9 R3236 75
MDQL3 H3 MDQL3 181 SD-BA0 R3163 CONTINUE
VSS *B R3204 75 10K DIGITAL 5
MDQL2 H7 MDQL2 191 SD-BA2
R3227 75 TO DIGITAL DDR+1.8V
MDQL1 G2 MDQL1 190 SD-A3 MAIN 4
R3228 75x4 IC3001(3/5) P-ON+3.3V
MDQL0 G8 MDQL0 188 SD-A12
187 SD-A9 AL+3.3V

2 *A:A1,A9,C1,C3,C7,C9,E1,E9,
G1,G3,G7,G9,J1,J9,M9,R1
*B:A3,A7,B2,B8,D2,D8,E3,E7,
F2,F8,H2,H8,J3,J7,N1,P9
R3203
R3235
75
75
184 SD-A5

192 SD-CKE
189 SD-A7 AMP-MUTE 127
R3355
0
CONTINUE
DIGITAL 4
BACKLIGHT-SW
AMP-MUTE
R3223 75 C3189
169 SD-RAS OPEN
R3240 75
175 SD-A6
R3224 75
168 SD-ODT
R3239 75
IC3006 176 SD-A8
W25Q32FVSSIG R3102 R3225 75 L3101
4.7K 164 SD-CLK 22uH
(MEMORY) R3226 75 AUVRM 51
R3089 33 165 SD-CLKN C3120 10
1 CS VCC 8 C3073 R3230 75 AUVRP 52
0.1 178 SD-A13 C3121 0.1
R3092 33 C3123 4.7
2 SO NU 7 202 WP AUVAG 53
R3154 33 R3094 33 204 CS C3133 1
3 WP SCL 6
201 SOUT C3101 1
R3194 R3093 33 NU 207
OPEN 4 GND SDA 5 200 SPI-SDA
R3107 199 SPI-SCL
10K
216 STB-RESET
R3242 C3110
OPEN OPEN

1 R3178
220
IC3009
PST8429UR
(RESET)
R3182
56K
D3109
OPEN
R3219
10K

R3241
100 Q3104
1 GND OUT 4 2SC4081UBTLQ
C3116 D3110 (SWITCHING)
2 VDD CD 3 1000P OPEN
C3252 D3108 C3106 C3113
OPEN OPEN 1 0.033

M N O P Q R
10-14 FL13.10BSCD3
Digital Main 4 Schematic Diagram [TYPE B]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3001.
IC3001 is divided into five and shown as IC3001 (1/5) ~ IC3001 (5/5) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.
*1
IC3001(3/5)
MSD8200DS-S1
JK3702
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS
/MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER
DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT
COMPONENT-Y
/VIDEO-IN C3701 R3126
10P 75

COMPONENT A/D
-Pb-IN C3702 R3125 CONVERTER
10P 75 R3354 33
133 COMP-DET
R3144 33 C3118 0.047
COMPONENT 38
-Pr-IN C3703 R3127 R3136 33 C3139 0.047
34

4 R3715
0
10P

C3188
75
C3708
0.1
R3710
100
R3711
7.5K
C3717
OPEN
C3707
1
C3714
OPEN

R3200
R3123
R3138
R3124
R3128
0
33
68
68
C3119
C3140
C3141
C3124
1000P
0.047
0.047
0.047
35
36
37 NU
TO DIGITAL
MAIN 3
100P 10K SW IC3001(2/5)
Q3701 45 NU
C3706 R3709 R3712 C3716
JK3701 1 220 2SC4081UBTLQ 10K OPEN 26 VGA-HSYNC
DIGITAL (BUFFER) R3122 33 C3136 0.047 TO DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT 27
(COAXIAL) C3709 C3715 R3708 R3135 33 C3135 0.047 MAIN 3
100P OPEN 100 29 DIGITAL IC3001(2/5)
R3706 R3146 R3147 R3131 0 C3137 1000P
10K 75 75 28 SIGNAL
R3121 68 C3117 0.047 PROCESS
AUDIO(L)-IN 30 TO DIGITAL
C3720 R3713 C3718 R3134 33 C3134 0.047 MAIN 6
330P 12K 560P 31
R3707 IC3001(5/5)
10K R3148 32 VGA-VSYNC
75
AUDIO(R)-IN C3719 R3714 C3713 TO DIGITAL
330P 12K 560P MAIN 6
IC3001(5/5)
JK3001

C3013 OPEN
PC-RGB-IN

C3019 10P
TO DIGITAL R3021 5.1
1 6 11 MAIN 1 USB(-) 194
IC3001(1/5) R3020 5.1
USB(+) 195 CN3009 (USB JACK)
2 7 12 1 BUS-POWER
R3114 47 C3246 C3348 D3052
213 VGA-SDA 1 220/6.3V OPEN 2 USB(-)
R3115 47
3 8 13 212 VGA-SCL 3 USB(+)
R3339 100 IC3019 4 GND

3 4

5
9

10 15
14
R3343 100
R3198 100
130 SPDIF
AP2151WG-7
(HIGH SIDE SW)
1 OUT IN 5
C3327
1
C3125 2.2 2 GND
D3302 1SS400

47
C3014 OPEN
R3321 4.7K
R3326 4.7K

D3041 OPEN
D3054 OPEN

OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN

OPEN
OPEN
OPEN

C3020 10P
C3126 2.2
10P
10P
10P

10K
10K

48 VBUS-ST 80 3 /FLAG RN 4
TO DIGITAL R3176 22
VBUS-EN 82 R3479
MAIN 6 10K
D3049
D3053
D3045
D3055
D3050
C3009
C3007
C3002
C3015
C3016
C3017
R3347
R3358

IC3001(5/5)

330P
220K
330P
220K
R3480
10K

C3148
R3175
C3147
R3164
D3301 AUDIO
1SS400 R3016 I/F
R3014 R3015 0 TO DIGITAL
(NO CONNECTION) CN3010 0 0 60 MAIN 6
P-ON+5V 1 C3018 61 IC3001(5/5)
OPEN
UART0-TX 2 64
UART0-RX 3 63
GND 4 C3253 C3254 C3255
R3395 R3396 OPEN OPEN OPEN
CONTINUE OPEN OPEN
DIGITAL 5
P-ON+3.3V
AL+3.3V
P-ON+5V
AMP+13V
R3811 R3720 Q3702 R3705
10K OPEN OPEN 10K
CONTINUE
DIGITAL 6

2 UARTRXD0
UARTTXD0
R3809
10K
R3810
OPEN

D3704
OPEN
C3724
OPEN
C3723
OPEN

R3726 R3722
R3721
OPEN

Q3703
OPEN
OPEN OPEN
R3813
0 IC3801 R3723
R3821 R3820 TPA3110D2PWPR OPEN
OPEN 10 (AUDIO AMP)
R3814 Q3803 L3701 R3716 C3705
10K OPEN 10uH 0 220/6.3V R3725
0
1 PVCCL 28 JK3703
CONTROL C3721 R3701 R3718 R3704 HEADPHONE
2 LOGIC PVCCL 27 0.01 OPEN OPEN 1K JACK
R3818 R3819 C3805 1 C3801 0.22 D3707 D3706 D3708 C3704
OPEN OPEN 3 26 C3711 OPEN OPEN OPEN 1
POWER PWM OPEN
C3818 1 LIMIT LOGIC DRIVE C3710 D3702 D3701 D3703
4 25 L3702 R3717 220/6.3V R3724 OPEN OPEN OPEN
10uH 0 0
CONTINUE R3805 OPEN
DIGITAL 3 R3816 5 GND 24 C3824 C3825 C3832
OPEN Q3802 0.047 2.2 OPEN L3801 C3722 R3703 R3719 R3702
BACKLIGHT-SW GAIN 10uH 0.01 OPEN OPEN 1K
OPEN R3806 0 CONTROL
AMP-MUTE R3817 6 23
OPEN DRIVE R3801 C3811 C3820 C3836 C3837 D3801 C3712
C3802 0.22 OPEN 1000P OPEN OPEN 1 OPEN OPEN
7 AVCC 22
C3807
C3830 R3815 C3815 R3807 OPEN C3803 0.22 OPEN L3802
0.1 100K 1 8 GND 21 10uH
C3816 1 DRIVE
9 GVDD 20 R3802 C3812 C3821 C3838 C3839 D3802
R3808 OPEN 1000P 1 OPEN OPEN OPEN
C3817 1 10K C3827 C3828 C3833
R3812 10 GND 19 0.047 2.2 OPEN C3808
10K Q3801 OPEN L3803
2SC4081UBTLQ C3819 1 10uH SP3801
11 18

1 D3806
1SS400
(SWITCHING)
C3806 1
12
13 NU
POWER
LIMIT
PWM
LOGIC DRIVE
17
PVCCR 16
C3804 0.22 R3803
OPEN
C3809
OPEN L3804
C3813
1000P
C3822
OPEN
C3841
OPEN
C3842 D3803
1 OPEN
CN3801
1
2
3
SP(L)+
SP(L)-
SP(R)-
SPEAKER
L-CH

D3805 10uH
1SS400 14 PBTL PVCCR 15 4 SP(R)+ SP3802
C3831 C3829 R3804 C3814 C3823 C3843 C3844 D3804 SPEAKER
220/16V 100/16V OPEN 1000P 1 OPEN OPEN OPEN R-CH
C3810
OPEN

S T U V W X
10-15 FL13.10BSCD4
Digital Main 5 Schematic Diagram [TYPE B]
1 NOTE:
The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC3001.
IC3001 is divided into five and shown as IC3001 (1/5) ~ IC3001 (5/5) in this Digital Main Schematic Diagram Section.

CONTINUE
DIGITAL 3 DIGITAL MAIN CBA UNIT
PROTECT1
R3633 100
PROTECT3
IC3602
P-ON-H2 AP1117EG-13
R3631 100 (+3.3V REG.)
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
R3632 100

VOUT
BACKLIGHT-SW

COM

VIN
R3635 270 D3603
RESET 1SS400
1 2 3
C3653
OPEN

4 CONTINUE
DIGITAL 2
BACKLIGHT-ADJ
BACKLIGHT-DIM
R3629 OPEN
R3637
OPEN
C3604
OPEN
C3603 D3602
OPEN OPEN
C3644
OPEN

C3614 R3606 C3608 C3605


D3601
1SS400

10 100 10 220/6.3V
D3607 C3650 R3605
(NO CONNECTION) CN3601 OPEN OPEN 33
LED-CONT(NU) 1 IC3601 *1
AP1117EG-13 R3604 IC3001(4/5)
PROTECT1 2 220
(+2.5V REG.) MSD8200DS-S1
PROTECT3 3 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS

VOUT
COM

VIN
RESET 4 /MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER
BACKLIGHT-SW 5 R3601
1 2 3 10K
P-ON-H2 6 R3662 140 AVDD-DDR-DATA
1
BACKLIGHT-ADJ 7 C3180 C3179 C3178 C3177 146 AVDD-DDR-DATA
AL+3.3V 8 C3609 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1
10 151 AVDD-DDR-DATA
GND 9 159 AVDD-DDR-DATA
GND 10 163 AVDD-DDR-DATA
R3608 C3612 C3602 R3607 C3108 C3109 C3111
GND 11 0 10 220/6.3V 180 IC3603 0.1 0.1 0.1 173 AVDD-DDR-CMD
GND 12 R3609 BD00IA5WEFJ-E2
120 (+1.8V REG.) R3661 186 AVDD-DDR-CMD
GND 13 1
GND 14 R3610 1 VOUT VCC 8 81 VDDP
120 C3610 C3155 C3156 C3183 C3182 128 VDDP
AMP+13V 15 2 FB NU 7 10 L3116 10 0.1 0.1 10
AMP+13V 16 R3613 R3612 0
11K 12K 3 GND NU 6 Q3602 109 AVDD-LPLL
AMP+13V 17 R3611 R3647 2SA1576UBTLQ C3181
2.2K 100 (SWITCHING) 0.1
AMP+13V 18 4 NU EN 5 L3115

3 GND 19
P-ON+21V 20
P-ON+21V 21
C3613
10
C3611
220/6.3V
R3646
OPEN
C3687
OPEN
R3643
47K
0

L3102
22uH
C3112
0.1