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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL:

SERVICEMANUAL

MODEL NAME

REMOTE COMMANDER

WAX3BCHASSIS

DESTINATION

KLV-26M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

KLV-32M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

KLV-37M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

KLV-40M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 5/2008

:UPDATED ITEM

REVISION DATE

SUBJECT

5/2008

No revisions or updates are applicable at this time. Added instructions for Cleaning the LCD Panel. Replaced page 17. Added new PN information for 2nd production of LCD Panels. Replaced pages 55 & 57.

8/2008

9-883-789-02

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

PN information for 2nd production of LCD Panels. Replaced pages 55 & 57. 8/2008 9-883-789-02 LCD

SERVICEMANUAL

MODEL NAME

REMOTE COMMANDER

SelfDiagnosis Supportedmodel
SelfDiagnosis
Supportedmodel

WAX3BCHASSIS

DESTINATION

KLV-26M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

KLV-32M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

KLV-37M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

KLV-40M400A

RM-YA008

ARGENTINA

RM-YA008 ARGENTINA KLV-40M400A RM-YA008 ARGENTINA KLV-40M400A RM-YA008 9-883-789-02 LCD COLOR TELEVISION

KLV-40M400A

RM-YA008

9-883-789-02

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

RM-YA008 ARGENTINA KLV-40M400A RM-YA008 ARGENTINA KLV-40M400A RM-YA008 9-883-789-02 LCD COLOR TELEVISION

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION TITLE

PAGE

 

Specifications

4

Warnings and Cautions

6

Safety-Related Component Warning

7

Safety Check-Out

9

Self-Diagnostic Function

10

SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY

12

1-1.

Rear Cover Removal

12

1-2.

Switch Unit Removal (Contains HB1 Board)

12

1-3.

Side Jack Bracket, BG2A Board and RF Bracket Removal . 13

1-4.

G1 Board/G2 Board/IP5Z Board (Power Unit) Removal

14

1-5.

Stand and Under Cover Removal

15

1-6.

Structural Frames and Brackets Removal (All Except KLV-40M400A Only)

16

1-7.

Structural Frames and Brackets Removal (KLV-40M400A Only)

17

1-8.

LCD Panel Removal

17

1-9. Balancer (ETC-MT Inverter) Board Removal

18

1-10. Loudspeakers, LED Guide, and HM4 Board Removal

18

SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS

19

2-1.

Using the Remote Commander for Electrical Adjustments

19

2-2.

Accessing Service Adjustment Mode

19

2-3.

Viewing the Service Menus

19

2-4.

Changing Service Data

20

2-4-1. Exiting Service Mode

20

2-5.

Verifying Service Data Changes

20

SECTION TITLE

 

PAGE

SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS

21

3-1.

Circuit Boards

Location

21

3-2.

Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams Information

21

3-3.

Block Diagram

23

3-4.

Schematics and Supporting Information

24

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 8)

24

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 8)

25

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (3 of 8)

26

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (4 of 8)

27

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (5 of 8)

28

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (6 of 8)

29

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (7 of 8)

30

BG2A Board Schematic Diagram (8 of 8)

31

G1D Board Schematic Diagram (KLV-26M400A Only)

34

G1D Board Schematic Diagram (KLV-32M400A Only)

37

G2D Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 2) (KLV-37M400A Only)

40

G2D Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 2) (KLV-37M400A Only)

41

HB1 Board Schematic Diagram

44

HM4 Board Schematic Diagram

46

IP5Z Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 2) (KLV-40M400A Only)

48

IP5Z Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 2) (KLV-40M400A Only)

49

3-5.

Semiconductors

52

SECTION 4: EXPLODED VIEWS

53

4-1.

Rear Cover Assembly and Stand Assembly

53

4-2.

Chassis

54

4-3.

Connectors (KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A Only)

55

4-4.

Connectors (KLV-40M400A Only)

56

4-5.

Bezel Assembly and LCD Panel

57

4-6.

Screw Legend (KLV-26M400A/32M400A Only)

58

4-7.

Screw Legend (KLV-37M400A/40M400A Only)

59

SECTION 5: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

60

APPENDIX A: ENCRYPTION KEY COMPONENTS A-1

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SPECIFICATIONS

Power Requirements

110V -220V CA, 50/60 Hz

HDMI IN 1/2:

 

HDMI:

Video:480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p

Power Consumption (W) In Use (Max)

135W (KLV-26M400A Only) 155W (KLV-32M400A Only) 190W (KLV-37M400A Only) 245W (KLV-40M400A Only)

AUDIO:

Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits (HDMI In 2 Only) 500 mVrms (100% modulation) Impedance: 47 kilohms

 

AUDIO OUT:

In Standby

Less than 1W

500 mVrms (100% modulation) More than 500 mVrms (Fixed)

VIDEO (IN) 1/2 S Video (4-Pin Mini DIN (VIDEO 1 Only) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms Video 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative Audio

PC IN:

D-sub 15-pin, analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, positive

PC AUDIO INPUT:

Stereo mini jack, 500 mVrms, 47 kilohm

500

mVrms (100% modulation)

HEADPHONES:

Impedance:47 kilohms

Stereo mini jack

COMPONENT IN 1/2 YP B P R (Component Video)

Y:1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative P B :0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms P R :0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms Signal format: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p AUDIO

500 mVrms (100% modulation)

Impedance: 47 kilohms

Impedance:

500 mVrms (100% modulation) Impedance: 47 kilohms Impedance: 16 ohms Trademark Information This TV incorporates

16 ohms

Trademark Information

This TV incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.

Blu-ray is a trademark. “BRAVIA” and

Theatre Sync and DMPORT are trademarks or

registered marks of Sony Corporation. “PLAYSTATION” is a registered trademark and “PS3” is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

,
,

, BRAVIA

a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. , , BRAVIA Design and specifications are subject to

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

 

KLV-26M400A

KLV-32M400A

 

KLV-37M400A

KLV-40M400A

Speaker Output (W) Speaker/Full Range (2)

   

10W + 10W

 
 
 

mm

 

146 x 35 mm

 

Dimensions (W x H x D) with stand

         

mm

675 x 511 x 242 mm

809 x 584 x 242 mm

931

x 656 x 279 mm

997

x 691 x 279 mm

 

without stand

       
 

mm

675 x 466 x 97 mm

809 x 542 x 99 mm

931

x 609 x 110 mm

997

x 644 x 110 mm

 

wall -mount hole pattern (mm)

200 x 100 mm

200 x 200 mm

 

300 x 300 mm

 

Mass

with stand

       
 

kg

12

kg

16

kg

 

20

kg

 

24

kg

 

without stand

       
 

kg

10

kg

14

kg

 

17

kg

 

21

kg

Television system

Supplied Accessories

All measurements are approximations.

NTSC 3.58/PAL-M/PAL-N Trinorma

Remote Commander RM-YA008

Channel coverage

Two Size AA (R6) Batteries Cable Holder

VHS: 2-13

Operating Instructions

UHF: 14-69

Quick Setup Guide

CATV: 1-125

Safety Instructions

Antenna

75-ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF/CABLE

Panel System

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel

Display Resolution (horizontal x vertical):

1,366 dots x 768 lines

Screen Size (measured diagonally)

approx. 66cm (KLV-26M400A Only) approx. 80cm (KLV-32M400A Only) approx. 94cm (KLV-37M400A Only) approx. 102cm (KLV-40M400A Only)

Optional Accessories

Headphones Plug Adapter Connecting Cables Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL100 (KLV-26M400A Only) SU-WL500 (KLV-32M400A/37M400A/40M400A Only) 75-ohm coaxial cable HD15-HD15 cable

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS

CAUTION

These servicing instructions are for use by qualifi ed service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.

CARRYING THE TV

To avoid dropping the TV and causing serious injury, be sure to follow these guidelines:

s

s

s

s

When lifting or moving the TV, hold it firmly from the bottom. Place your palm directly under the panel.

s

When carrying, do not subject the TV to shocks or vibration, or excessive force.

s

Place your palm directly underneath, but do not squeeze the panel’s speaker grill area.

but do not squeeze the panel’s speaker grill area. Before carrying the TV, disconnect all cables.
but do not squeeze the panel’s speaker grill area. Before carrying the TV, disconnect all cables.

Before carrying the TV, disconnect all cables.

Carrying the large size TV requires two or more people.

When you carry the TV, place your hand as illustrated and hold it securely. Do not put stress on the LCD panel.

and hold it securely. Do not put stress on the LCD panel. WARNING!! An isolation transformer

WARNING!!

An isolation transformer should be used during any service to avoid possible shock hazard, because of live chassis. The directly connected to the ac power line.

! SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!

Components identified by shading and ! mark on the schematic diagrams, exploded views, and in the parts

chassis of this receiver is

list are critical for safe operation. Replace

these components with Sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown in this manual or in supplements published by Sony. Circuit adjustments that are critical for safe operation are identified in this manual. Follow these procedures whenever critical components are replaced or improper operation is suspected.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING

!
!

There are critical components used in LCD color TVs that are important for safety. These components are identified with shading and mark on the schematic diagrams and the electrical parts list. It is essential that these critical parts be replaced only with the part number specified in the electrical parts list to prevent electric shock, fire, or other hazard.

NOTE: Do not modify the original design without obtaining written permission from the manufacturer or you will void the original parts and labor guarantee.

USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING THE LCD PANEL

When repairing the LCD panel, be sure you are grounded by using a wrist band.

When installing the LCD panel on a wall, the LCD panel must be secured using the 4 mounting holes on the rear cover.

To avoid damaging the LCD panel:

do not press on the panel or frame edge to avoid the risk of electric shock.

do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects.

do not leave the module in high temperatures or in areas of high humidity for an extended period of time.

do not expose the LCD panel to direct sunlight.

avoid contact with water. It may cause a short circuit within the module.

disconnect the AC adapter when replacing the backlight (CCFL) or inverter circuit.

(High voltage occurs at the inverter circuit at 650Vrms.) always clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth material.

use care when handling the wires or connectors of the inverter circuit. Damaging the wires may cause a short.

protect the panel from ESD to avoid damaging the electronic circuit (C-MOS).

LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK CIRCUIT

avoid damaging the electronic circuit (C-MOS). LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK CIRCUIT KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A 7

example 1

The circuit boards used in these models have been processed using Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF logo located close to the board designation e.g. H1 etc [ see example ]. The servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as outlined below.

requires special precautions to be taken as outlined below. KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A It is strongly

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

as outlined below. KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material

It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. Lead Free Solder is available under the following part numbers :

Part number

Diameter

Remarks

7-640-005-19

0.3mm

0.25Kg

7-640-005-20

0.4mm

0.50Kg

7-640-005-21

0.5mm

0.50Kg

7-640-005-22

0.6mm

0.25Kg

7-640-005-23

0.8mm

1.00Kg

7-640-005-24

1.0mm

1.00Kg

7-640-005-25

1.2mm

1.00Kg

7-640-005-26

1.6mm

1.00Kg

Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade. This requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics.

For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder, please refer to http://www.sony-training.com

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:

1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges.

2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched” or touching high-wattage resistors.

3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, and mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain that you have replaced all the insulators.

4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.

5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.

6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the customer.

7. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below.

Leakage Test

AC leakage. Check leakage as described below. Leakage Test To Exposed Metal Parts on Set AC
To Exposed Metal Parts on Set AC 0.15 μF Voltmeter (0.75V) Earth Ground Figure A.
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
AC
0.15 μF
Voltmeter
(0.75V)
Earth Ground
Figure A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.

1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these instructions.

2. A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.

3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage scale. The Simpson’s 250 and Sanwa SH-63TRD are examples of passive VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery-operated digital multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are suitable (see Figure A).

How to Find a Good Earth Ground

A cold-water pipe is a guaranteed earth ground; the cover-plate

retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If the retaining screw is to be used as your earth ground, verify that it is at ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms.

If a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60- to 100-watt

trouble- light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot

side on the line; the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw

is at ground potential (see Figure B).

Trouble Light Ohmmeter AC Outlet Box Cold-water Pipe
Trouble Light
Ohmmeter
AC Outlet Box
Cold-water Pipe

Figure B. Checking for earth ground.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION

SelfDiagnosis

Supportedmodel

The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the TIMER/PIC OFF LED indicator will automatically begin to flash. The number of times the LED flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the TIMER/PIC OFF LED flash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error symptom cannot be reproduced, the Remote Commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in memory to reveal past problems and how often these problems occur.

1. Diagnostic Test Indicators

When an error occurs, the TIMER/PIC OFF LED indicator will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the problem. If there is more than one error, the indicator will identify the first of the problem areas.

Control Buttons

Description of LED Indictors

problem areas. Control Buttons Description of LED Indictors LED LED Type Description POWER LED Green LED

LED

LED Type

Description

POWER LED

Green LED

* Light is green when the TV set is on

STANDBY LED

Red LED

* Light is red when the TV set is in PC standby mode.

* Blinks red when indicating the TV may need servicing

TIMER/PIC OFF

Amber/Green/Red LED

* Light is amber when the timer is set.

* Light is green when the Backlight feature is activated.

Display of TIMER/PIC OFF LED Flash Count

2 times 5 times LED ON 0.3 sec. LED OFF LED OFF 0.3 sec. 3
2
times
5
times
LED ON 0.3 sec.
LED OFF
LED OFF 0.3 sec.
3 sec.

Viewing the Self Check Diagnostic List

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).

2. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:

DISPLAY Channel 5 The Self Check list displays.
DISPLAY
Channel
5
The Self Check list displays.

Volume

- TV POWER .
- TV POWER
.

This differs from accessing Service Adjustments.

Results for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occurred if the screen displays a “0”

TV

DC_DET

0

DC_ALERT1

0

DC_ALERT2

0

DC_ALERT3

0

BACKLIGHT

0

TEMPERATURE

0

AUDIO

0

DFE

0

B-ENGINE

0

HFR

0

Failure LED Displays

MONITORING ITEMS

NUMBER OF STANDBY LED (RED) BLINKING TIMES

Main power supply voltage error

2

DC_ALERT 1

3

DC_ALERT 2

4

DC_ALERT 3

5

Backlight error

6

Internal temperature error

7

Audio error

8

Fan error (HFR model only)

9

Digital FE error

10

Trident error

11

*Each of the above blinking is repeated every 2 seconds

LED Displays during Aging

Condition

LED Displays

When AGING_TIMER > 0

Green (0.5 Sec) t Off (0.5 sec) t Green (0.5 sec) t Off (0.5 sec)

When AGING_TIMER = 0

Green (3.0 sec) t Off (3.0 sec) t Green (3.0 sec) t Off (3.0 sec)

Clearing the Self Check Diagnostic List

1. In Service Mode, turn the TV off, then on.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY

1-1.

1-2.

REAR COVER REMOVAL

Remove 2 screws from Terminals Remove 1 screw (KLV-26M400A/32M400A ONLY) Remove 4 screws (KLV-37M400A/40M400A ONLY)

Remove 14 screws (KLV-26M400A ONLY) Remove 15 screws (KLV-32M400A ONLY) Remove 16 screws (KLV-37M400A ONLY) Remove 15 screws (KLV-40M400A ONLY)

1 2 3
1
2
3

Rear Cover

SWITCH UNIT REMOVAL (CONTAINS HB1 BOARD)

1
1

Remove from bezel

2
2

Disconnect 1 connector

Switch Unit Bezel 2 1
Switch Unit
Bezel
2
1

1-3.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SIDE JACK BRACKET, BG2A BOARD AND RF BRACKET REMOVAL

1
1

Release hook and slide out Side Jack Bracket from BG2A Board

2
2

Remove 7 screws

3
3

Remove 2 screws

4
4

Remove 2 screws

5
5

Disconnect 5 connectors

6
6

Remove Hexagon Washer Nut from PF Cable

7
7

Remove 2 screws

Main Bracket 1 Side Jack Bracket 2 Shield 3 RF Bracket 5 7 6 BG2A
Main Bracket
1
Side Jack Bracket
2
Shield
3
RF Bracket
5
7 6
BG2A Board
4

1-4.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

G1 BOARD/G2 BOARD/IP5Z BOARD (POWER UNIT) REMOVAL

1
1

Disconnect 3 connectors from Power Unit (KLV-26M400A/32M400A ONLY)

2
2

Remove 4 screws from G1 Power Unit (KLV-26M400A/32M400A ONLY)

3
3

Disconnect 3 connectors from Power Unit (KLV-37M400A ONLY)

4
4

Remove 6 screws from G2 Power Unit (KLV-37M400A ONLY)

5
5

Disconnect 5 connectors from Power Unit (KLV-40M400A ONLY)

6
6

Remove 6 screws from IP5Z Power Unit (KLV-40M400A ONLY)

7
7

Release 5 Board Holders (KLV-40M400A ONLY)

G1 Bracket G1D Power Unit 1 2 KLV-26M400A/32M400A G2 Bracket G2D Power Unit 7 3
G1 Bracket
G1D Power Unit
1
2
KLV-26M400A/32M400A
G2 Bracket
G2D Power Unit
7
3
5
Corner
4
Cover
KLV-37M400A
6
IP5Z Power Unit
KLV-40M400A

1-5.

STAND AND UNDER COVER REMOVAL

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

1 1 Remove 3 screws 2 Remove 1 screw Stand Assembly 2 Under Cover Bottom
1
1
Remove 3 screws
2
Remove 1 screw
Stand Assembly
2
Under Cover
Bottom Bracket

1-6.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

STRUCTURAL FRAMES AND BRACKETS REMOVAL (ALL EXCEPT KLV-40M400A ONLY)

1
1

Remove 2 screws from Top Vesa Bracket (KLV-26M400A/32M400A ONLY)

2
2

Remove 4 screws from Top Vesa Brackets (KLV-37M400A ONLY)

3
3

Remove 1 screw from Main Bracket

4
4

Remove 1 screw from Main Bracket (KLV-26M400A ONLY) Remove 4 screw from Main Bracket (KLV-32M400A ONLY) Remove 3 screw from Main Bracket (KLV-37M400A ONLY)

5
5

Remove 2 screws from Bottom Vesa Brackets(KLV-32M400A ONLY Remove 6 screws from Bottom Vesa Brackets(KLV-37M400A ONLY)

6
6

Remove 2 screws from Spine Frames (KLV-26M400A ONLY) Remove 5 screws from Spine Frames (KLV-32M400A ONLY) Remove 6 screws from Spine Frames (KLV-37M400A ONLY)

7
7

Remove 2 screws from Spine Frames

8
8

Remove 2 screws from Bottom Frame

9
9

Remove 4 screws from Bottom Frame (KLV-26M400A/32M400A ONLY)

3 4 Main Bracket 5 1 Vesa (Top) Vesa (Bottom) Vesa (Top) 2 6 Spine
3
4
Main Bracket
5
1
Vesa (Top)
Vesa (Bottom)
Vesa (Top)
2
6
Spine (R)
KLV-26M400A/32M400A
7
8
9
Spine (L)

Bottom Bracket

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

1-7.

STRUCTURAL FRAMES AND BRACKETS REMOVAL (KLV-40M400A ONLY)

2 3 Spine Frame 4 1 Vesa (Bottom) 5 6 Vesa (Top) 7 2 3
2
3
Spine Frame
4
1
Vesa (Bottom)
5
6
Vesa (Top)
7
2
3
Bezel
1
1

Remove 4 screws from Top Vesa Brackets

2
2

Remove 2 screws from Main Bracket

3
3

Remove 4 screws from Main Bracket

4
4

Remove 6 screws from Spine Frames

5
5

Remove 2 screws from Spine Frames

6
6

Remove 4 screws from Bottom Vesa

7
7

Remove 4 screws from Bottom Brackets

Bottom Frame

1-8.

LCD PANEL REMOVAL

1 2 3
1
2
3

Remove 2 screws

Remove 1 screw (KLV-26M400A ONLY)

Disconnect 1 connector (KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A ONLY)

Disconnect 2 connectors (KLV-40M400A ONLY) 1

LCD Panel

1-8-1. CLEANING THE LCD PANEL

CAUTION: When cleaning the TV, be sure to unplug the power cord to avoid any chance of electric shock.

1
1

Clean the cabinet of the TV with a dry soft cloth.

2
2

Wipe the LCD screen gently with a soft cloth.

Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth slightly moistened with a solution of mild soap and warm water.

If using a chemically pretreated cloth, please follow the instruction provided on the package.

Never use strong solvents such as a thinner, alcohol or benzine for cleaning.

Periodic vacuuming of the ventilation openings is recommended to ensure to proper ventilation.

1-9.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

BALANCER (ETC-MT INVERTER) BOARD REMOVAL

1
1
2
2

Remove 6 screws Disconnect 6 connectors from board (KLV-26M400A ONLY) Disconnect 7 connectors from board (KLV-32M400A ONLY) Disconnect 8 connectors from board (KLV-37M400A ONLY) Disconnect 10 connectors from board (KLV-40M400A ONLY)

ONLY) Disconnect 8 connectors from board (KLV-37M400A ONLY) Disconnect 10 connectors from board (KLV-40M400A ONLY)
1 2
1
2
Disconnect 10 connectors from board (KLV-40M400A ONLY) 1 2 REMOVE CONNECTOR AND PULL BOARD TO THE
REMOVE CONNECTOR AND PULL BOARD TO THE RIGHT
REMOVE
CONNECTOR AND
PULL BOARD TO
THE RIGHT
REMOVE SCREWS SECURING SHIELD
REMOVE SCREWS
SECURING
SHIELD

CAUTION!

Disconnect the Balancer Board Connectors

SHIELD CAUTION! Disconnect the Balancer Board Connectors SHIELD REMOVAL 1-10. LOUDSPEAKERS, LED GUIDE, AND HM4 BOARD

SHIELD REMOVAL

1-10. LOUDSPEAKERS, LED GUIDE, AND HM4 BOARD REMOVAL

1
1

Slide out Loudspeakers from Bezel

2
2

Remove 2 screws

3
3

Disconnect 1 connector

1 Loudspeaker Bezel HM4 Board 3 2 LED Guide
1 Loudspeaker
Bezel
HM4 Board
3
2
LED Guide

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

2-1. USING THE REMOTE COMMANDER FOR ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS To adjust various set features, use the

2-1. USING THE REMOTE COMMANDER FOR ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

To adjust various set features, use the Remote Commander to put the set into service mode to display the service menus and categories.

2-2.

ACCESSING SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE

1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).

2. Press the following arrows on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:

DISPLAY
DISPLAY
Channel 5 Volume
Channel
5
Volume
+ POWER .
+
POWER
.
DISPLAY POWER MENU 5 VOLUME+
DISPLAY
POWER
MENU
5
VOLUME+

Onscreen cursor and select arrow

RM-YA008

The first service menu (TV) displays.

arrow RM-YA008 The first service menu (TV) displays. 2-3. VIEWING THE SERVICE MENUS Use the Remote

2-3. VIEWING THE SERVICE MENUS

Use the Remote Commander to view the BE Service Menu options.

1. To display the Service Menu that contains the category you

want to adjust, press the

that contains the category you want to adjust, press the or arrow on the Remote Commander.

or

that contains the category you want to adjust, press the or arrow on the Remote Commander.

arrow on the Remote Commander.

MAIN VER.

1000

BOOT VER.

1000

PACK VER.

1000

CHECK SUM

E918

NVM VER.

1025

USB VER.

0000

ETI1

24h

ETI2

24h

 

TV

R_DRIVE

256

G_DRIVE

256

B_DRIVE

256

R_BKG

512

G_BKG

512

B_BKG

512

COLOR SAVE

TEST RESET AGING MODE AUTO SHUT-OFF ETI CLEAR 1 ETI CLEAR 2 INFORMATION RESET SOUND MUTE PRODUCTION POWER SAVING

Off

On

On

TV

111111111

On

HPD_EXTRA_TIME

0

SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS

2-4. CHANGING SERVICE DATA

1.

Use the

1. Use the or arrows to select the Adjustment Item you want to

or

1. Use the or arrows to select the Adjustment Item you want to

arrows to select the Adjustment Item you want to

change

 

TV

R_DRIVE

256

G_DRIVE

256

B_DRIVE

256

R_BKG

512

G_BKG

512

B_BKG

512

COLOR SAVE

2. To change the data value:

a. To increase the data value, press the b. To decrease the data value, press the

3. To save the data value changes, press

value, press the 3. To save the data value changes, press arrow. arrow. to select COLOR

arrow.

arrow. to select COLOR SAVE ,

then press

press arrow. arrow. to select COLOR SAVE , then press button. 2-4-1. EXITING SERVICE MODE After

button.

2-4-1. EXITING SERVICE MODE

After completing the changes, exit service mode.

4. To exit service mode, turn the power off by pressing

POWER .
POWER
.

2-5. VERIFYING SERVICE DATA CHANGES

1. After completing all adjustments turn the set off with the Remote Commander and then proceed to the next step.

2. Press the following arrows on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:

DISPLAY
DISPLAY

Channel

5
5

Volume

+ POWER .
+ POWER
.

3. To verify the changes repeat step 1 of 2-4. Changing Service Data.

4. To exit service mode, turn the power off by pressing

POWER .
POWER
.

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS

3-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

HB1
HB1

G1D (KLV-26M400A/32M400A ONLY) G2D (KLV-37M400A ONLY) IP5Z (KLV-40M400A ONLY) POWER UNIT

BG2A

HM4

3-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INFORMATION

All capacitors are in μF unless otherwise noted. pF : μμF 50WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums.

All electrolytics are in 50V unless otherwise specified.

All resistors are in ohms. kΩ=1000Ω, MΩ=1000kΩ

Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating

electrical power, is as follows:

Pitch : 5mm Rating electrical power : 1 / 4 W

1 / 4 W in resistance, 1 / 10 W and 1 / 16 W in chip resistance.

:
:

nonflammable resistor

: fusible resistor : internal component
: fusible resistor
:
internal component
: :
:
:

: panel designation and adjustment for repair

earth ground

earth-chassis

All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.

Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.

Readings are taken with a 10MΩ digital multimeter.

Voltages are DC with respect to ground unless otherwise noted.

Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances.

All voltages are in V.

S : Measurement impossibility.

: B+line. : B-line. (Actual measured value may be different). : signal path. (RF)
: B+line.
: B-line. (Actual measured value may be different).
: signal path. (RF)

Circled numbers are waveform references.

The components identified by shading and only with part number specified.

!
!

symbol arecritical for safety. Replace

The symbol

side of the board. Replace only with fuse of the same rating as marked.

board. Replace only with fuse of the same rating as marked. indicates a fast operating fuse

indicates a fast operating fuse and is displayed on the component

NOTE: The components identified by a red outline and a

information. Specific instructions must be adhered to whenever these components are repaired and/or replaced. See Appendix A: Encryption Key Components in the back of this manual.

mark contain confidential

repaired and/or replaced. See Appendix A: Encryption Key Components in the back of this manual. mark

REFERENCE INFORMATION

RESISTOR

CAPACITOR

: RN

METAL FILM

: TA

TANTALUM

: RC

SOLID

: PS

STYROL

: NONFLAMMABLE CARBON

FPRD

: PP

POLYPROPYLENE

: NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE

FUSE

: PT

MYLAR

: NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND

RW

: NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE

RS

: MPS

: METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE

METALIZED POLYESTER

MPP

: NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT

RB

: ALB

BIPOLAR

:
:

ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR

: ALT

HIGH TEMPERATURE

 

: ALR

HIGH RIPPLE

COIL

 

:

LF-8L

MICRO INDUCTOR

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen

printed circuit ( * ) Device Printed symbol Terminal name Circuit Collector 1 Transistor Base
printed circuit (
* )
Device
Printed symbol
Terminal name
Circuit
Collector
1
Transistor
Base
Emitter
Collector
2
Transistor
Base
Emitter
Cathode
3
Diode
Anode
Cathode
4
Diode
Anode
(NC)
Cathode
5
Diode
Anode
(NC)
Common
6
Diode
Anode
Cathode
Common
7
Diode
Anode
Cathode
Common
8
Diode
Anode
Anode
Common
9
Diode
Anode
Anode
Common
0
Diode
Cathode
Cathode
Common
Diode
Cathode
Cathode
Cathode
Anode
!™
Diode
Anode
Anode
Cathode
Anode
Transistor
Source
Drain
D
D
(FET)
Gate
G
G
Transistor
Source
S
S
Drain
(FET)
Gate
D
D
Source
Transistor
!?
Drain
G
G
(FET)
Gate
S
S
Emitter
Transistor
Collector
Base
C1
C2
C2
B1
E1
Transistor
B1
B2
E2
B2
C1
E1
E2
C1
B2
E2
!•
Transistor
E1
B1
C2
B1
B2
C1
B2 E2
Transistor
E1
B1 C2
C1
B2 E2
Transistor
B1
B2
E1
B1 C2
C1(B2)
C2
E2
B1 E1
Transistor
B1
C2
C1(B2)
E2
E2
E1(B2)
E2
(B2)
B1
E1
E2
@™
Transistor
B1
C1
C2
C1
C2
E1(B2)
C2
(B2)
E2
E1
B1
Transistor
B1
C2
C1
C1
C2
Discrete semiconductot

(Chip semiconductors that are not actually used are included.)

Ver.1.6

3-3.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

3-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A 23

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

23

3-4. SCHEMATICS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION BG2A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 8)

1

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2

|

3

|

4

|

5

|

6

|

7

|

8

|

9

|

10

|

11

|

12

|

13

|

14

|

15

|

16

|

17

|

18

|

19

|

20

|

21

VideoInput1

VideoInput3

ComponentInput1

ComponentInput2

R1029 1k 1/16W CHIP A_V1_IN_SSW D1002 MAZ8100G0LS0 R1026 100 1/16W CHIP A_V1_IN_Y VD1005 R1004 R1005
R1029
1k
1/16W
CHIP
A_V1_IN_SSW
D1002
MAZ8100G0LS0
R1026
100
1/16W
CHIP
A_V1_IN_Y
VD1005
R1004
R1005
R1002
C1013
220 220
220
0.01 D1000
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
25V
RN-CP
RN-CP
MAZ8100G0LS0
RN-CP
X7R
OLDGND_A
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
1005
GND
R1027
100
1/16W
CHIP
A_V1_IN_C
3
4
VD1006
C1014
R1013
D1001
0.01
1
2
75
25V
MAZ8100G0LS0
1/10W
X7R
RN-CP
A_V1_IN_S2SW
1005
S
G
C1004
1
R1028
10V
1k
R1030
X7R
1/16W
100
1608
CHIP
1/16W
CHIP
A_V1_IN_V
R1007
R1018
R1020
C1020
220
220
220
0.01
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
25V
A_V1_IN_AU_L,A_V1_IN_AU_R
RN-CP
RN-CP
RN-CP
D1008
X7R
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
1005 MAZ8100G0LS0
A_V1_IN_AU_L
R1008
R1014
1M
2.2k
C1006 0.001 C1015
1
1/16W
1/16W
25V
CHIP
J1000
X7R
1005 CHIP
2012
A_V1_IN_AU_R
R1009
R1015
C1007
C1016
1M
0.001 1
1/16W
2.2k
25V
CHIP
1/16W
X7R
CHIP
2012 GND
OLDGND_A
GND
GND
OLDGND_A
OLD GND_T
VD1001
VD1002

D1_IN_CB,D1_IN_CR,D1_IN_Y

D1_IN_Y R1104 R1135 220 22 1/10W 1/16W VD1110 RN-CP CHIP 0.5% 5% 1608 1005 D1_IN_CB
D1_IN_Y
R1104
R1135
220
22
1/10W
1/16W
VD1110
RN-CP
CHIP
0.5%
5%
1608
1005
D1_IN_CB
R1137
R1109
R1118
R1128
22
220
220
220
1/16W
1/10W
VD1111
1/10W
1/10W
CHIP
RN-CP
RN-CP
RN-CP
5%
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
1608
1608
1608
1005
D1_IN_CR
R1139
R1116
R1126
R1131
22
GRN
1
220
220
220
1/16W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
CHIP
RN-CP
RN-CP
RN-CP
5%
2
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
1005
1608
1608
1608
VD1112
BLU
3
R1120
R1130
A_D1_IN_AU_L,A_D1_IN_AU_R
GND
220
220
4
1/10W
1/10W
OLDGND_A
RN-CP
RN-CP
0.5%
0.5%
1608
1608
A_D1_IN_AU_L
RED
5
R1110
R1111
C1108
C1104
2.2k
6
1M
1
0.001
1/16W
1/16W
25V
CHIP
CHIP
X7R
2012
WHT
7
A_D1_IN_AU_R
8
R1112
C1105
C1109
R1106
2.2k
1
0.001
1M
RED
1/16W
25V
9
1/16W
CHIP
X7R
CHIP
2012
D2_IN_CB,D2_IN_CR,D2_IN_Y
10
GRN
11
R1134
12
R1100
22
VD1113
1/16W
220
R1115
R1119
CHIP
220
220
1/10W
BLU
13
1/10W
R1136
14
22
VD1114
R1103
R1127
220
220
RED
15
R1138
16
R1129
22
220
A_D2_IN_AU_L,A_D2_IN_AU_R
VD1115
WHT
17
R1105
R1117
R1123
18
GND
220
220
220
OLDGND_A
R1107
R1113
RED
19
1M
2.2k
C1106
1/16W
1/16W
0.001
CHIP
CHIP
20
A_D2_IN_AU_L
J1101
R1108
R1114
1M
2.2k
1/16W
1/16W
CHIP
CHIP
A_D2_IN_AU_R
C1107
0.001
GND
GND
OLDGND_T
OLDGND_A
VD1108VD1109
VD1107
VD1106

A_V1_IN_C,A_V1_IN_S2SW,A_V1_IN_SSW,A_V1_IN_V,A_V1_IN_Y

R1712 2.2k VD1710 VD1711 1/16W J1710 CHIP R1713 2.2k 1/16W CHIP R1710 R1711 OLDGND_D 1M
R1712
2.2k
VD1710
VD1711
1/16W
J1710
CHIP
R1713
2.2k
1/16W
CHIP
R1710
R1711
OLDGND_D
1M
1M
GND
1/16W
C1712
C1713
1000p
1000p
GND

OLDGND_T

C1722 R1722 0.001 50V 2.2k X7R 1/16W 1005 L CHIP VD1721 VD1720 R1720 1M 1/16W
C1722
R1722
0.001
50V
2.2k
X7R
1/16W
1005
L
CHIP
VD1721
VD1720
R1720
1M
1/16W
CHIP
R
1005
R1723
R1721
2.2k
1M
1/16W
1/16W
CHIP
J1720
CHIP
1005
OLDGND_D
GND
C1723
0.001
50V
GND
X7R
OLD GND_T
1005
L
R

J1701

PC_IN_L

PC_IN_R

PC_LR IN

AUDIO IN

DVI_IN_L _L

DVI_IN_R1005 L R J1701 PC_IN_L PC_IN_R PC_LR IN AUDIO IN DVI_IN _L TO AUDIO Opt/Audio Output

TO AUDIO

Opt/Audio Output

REF.1700~1799

A_AUOUT_AU_L

A_AUOUT_AU_R

VD1702 R1700 C1702 220k 0.001 1/16W 50V CHIP X7R 5% 1005 1005 VD1703 C1703 R1701
VD1702
R1700
C1702
220k
0.001
1/16W
50V
CHIP
X7R
5%
1005
1005
VD1703
C1703
R1701
0.001
220k
50V
1/16W
X7R
CHIP
1005
5%
1005
OLDGND_A
GND

OLDGND_T

A_V2_IN_V

VideoInput2 A_V2_IN_V_UM R1735 100 V A_V2_IN_V R1738 R1737 R1736 C1729 220 220 220 0.01 *VD1200
VideoInput2
A_V2_IN_V_UM
R1735
100
V
A_V2_IN_V
R1738
R1737
R1736
C1729
220
220
220
0.01
*VD1200
A_V2_IN_AU_L,A_V2_IN_AU_R
*D1012
L
A_V2_IN_AU_L
*R1739
*R1740
*R1745
*C1730
1M
2.2k
0
1
R
A_V2_IN_AU_R
*J1001
*R1743
*R1742
*C1732
2.2k
1M
1
*VD1201
GND
GND
GND

BG2A 1/8A_V2_IN_AU_R *J1001 *R1743 *R1742 *C1732 2.2k 1M 1 *VD1201 GND GND GND I/O A-1518-775-A <WAX3B> BG2A-P1

I/O

A-1518-775-A <WAX3B> BG2A-P1

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

KLV-26M400A/32M400A/37M400A/40M400A

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 BG2A BOARD SCHEMATIC
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
BG2A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 8)
1
|
2
|
3
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4
|
5
|
6
|
7
|
8
|
9
|
10
|
11
|
12
|
13
|
14
|
15
|
16
|
17
|
18
|
19
|
20
|
21
|
22
|
23
37
24
38
23
39
22
40
21
A_HP_OUT_R
A_HP_OUT_L
41
20
AUDIO_12V
A
A_SP_OUT_R
A_SP_OUT_L
42
19
A_LINE_OUT_R
A_LINE_OUT_L
43
18
MUTE_AU13V
IC2005
44
17
PQ200WNA1ZPH
AU_13V
45
16
AUDIO_13V
D3.3V
46
15
24.576MHz
X2001
1
2
R2202
47
14
L2016
10k
12345
F2000
22uH
1/16W
F2001
4A
C2190
C2123
CHIP
48
13
1.6A
24V
4.7
D2014
C2121
470
36V
25V
MAZ8091GMLS0
0.001
25V
C2118
C2159
0.001
X7R
C2117
50V
3216
JL2003
0.001
50V
0.001
AU_HP12V
X7R
50V
X7R
50V
1005
TO DETECT
X7R
1005
X7R
R2229
C2191
1005
B
FB2016
1005
C2022 C2025
C2039 C2041
C2095
1k
4.7
C2058 C2059
16V
0uH
C2086
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
C2192
0.001
4.7
0.001
4.7
1
1/16W
25V
0.001
4.7
100
0.001
R2198
0.1
50V
10V
50V
25V
25V
RN-CP
X7R
50V
25V
50V
6.8k
C2060
25V
X7R
X7R
X7R
X7R
X7R
0.5%
3216
X7R
X7R
X7R
1/16W
X7R
1005
2012
1005
3216
OLDGND_D
2012
1005
3216
1005
CHIP
Q2016
1608
C2145
R2228
RT1N141M-TP-1
1
C2019
L2010
6.8k
25V
R2177
4.7
10uH
1/16W
X7R
100k
25V
RN-CP
1/16W
X7R
0.5%
2012
C2017
CHIP
3216
GND
0.001
R2050
R2227
50V
2.2k
X7R
1M
OLDGND_AU
1/16W
1005
RN-CP
R2204
0.5%
100k
Q2012
1/16W
RT3AMMM
CHIP
C2146
1
AU_PROT
25V
R2178
X7R
C
100k
1/16W
2012
C2064
1
CHIP
DVSS1
V1P5_REF
C2158
C2065
1
R2205
0.1
R2154
/VREG_EN
BG_REF
Q2017
33k
25V
0
RT1N141M-TP-1
1/16W
R2095
24k
X7R
CHIP
RN-CP
STEST
BIAS_REF
1608
D2021
JL2002
Q2013
RT3AMMM
RB2010
MAZ8056G0LS0
7
5
3
1
LS_LRCKOUT
AVSS_ADC/REF
10k
R2268
C2068
100
0.001
1/16W
LS_SCLKOUT
AVDD_ADC
C2067
25V
RB2001
CHIP
4.7
4.7
100k
C2112
ATT_SW_LINE
GPIO4
LINEIN10R
R2269
R2270 1/16W
10k
100
CHIP
C2172
C2115
330p
0.22
1/16W
25V
8
6
4
2
GPIO3
LINEIN10L
C2164
C2173
CHIP
B
C2119
2.2
ATT_SW_HP
330p
2012
0.22
10V
R2199
MCLKOUT
AVSS_LI
25V
C2157
RB2006
X7R
100k
B
0.1
10k
2012
C2111
1/16W
Q2018
2012
25V
TV_R
0.1
D
LRCLKOUT
LINEIN9R
CHIP
RT1N140M-TP-1
R2098
33k
X7R
25V
R2271
1608
X7R
10k
TV_L
SCLKOUT
LINEIN9L
1608
1/16W
R2099
33k
C2165
CHIP
2.2
10V
SDOUT1
AVDD_LI
C2061
0.1
X7R
2012
L2015
DVI_IN_R
SDOUT2/SPDIF_OUT
C2124
LINEIN8R
R2100
33k
10uH
100
35V
R2155
0
CXD9890AQ
DVI_IN_L
16V
C2094
0.5%
R2210
DVDD2
LINEIN8L
C2014
R2101
33k
100p
CHIP
IC2002
47
RN-CP
6.8k
0.001
C2085
50V
2012
1/16W
1/16W
50V
CH
C2103
B
VR_DIG1
AVSS_LI
15k
RN-CP
C2125
X7R
1608
4.7
P1
P36
25V
AUDIO SWITCH / DSP
R2143
0.5%
0.1
C2016
GND
GND
1005
25V
0.22
25V
4.7
PC_IN_R
DVSS2
LINEIN7R
C2132
R2102
33k
X7R
10V
P2
P35
RINN
PVCCR
1608
X7R
C2101
PC_IN_L
2012
SPDIF_IN
LINEIN7L
R2103
33k
0.001
R2277
P3
P34
50V
RINP
PVCCR
100k
X7R
SDIN1A
AVDD_LI
RB2007
1/16W
C2062
0.1
25V
1005
P4
P33
10k
CHIP
25V
4.7
AGND
PGNDR
4.7
C2126
A_V1_IN_AU_R
C2104
LRCLKINA
LINEIN6R
R2104
1
E
33k
C2105
P5
P32
LINP
PGNDR
25V
R2156
C2097
A_V1_IN_AU_L
2012
X7R
0
SCLKINA
LINEIN6L
0.1
R2105
33k
NJM4558V-TE2
P6
P31
25V
LINN
VCLAMPR
CHIP
IC2006
1608
TPA3100D2PHPR
FB2006
CN2000
MCLKINA
AVSS_LI
P30
0uH
HDMI_I2S
C2106
P7
IC2009
4P
GAIN0
VCLAMPL
4.7
SDIN3
LINEIN5R
25V
25V
C2127
P8
P29
4.7
0.5%
1
GAIN0
AUDIO AMP
PGNDL
1
R-
C2074
RN-CP
25V
FB2007
SDIN2
LINEIN5L
1/16W
2012
X7R
P9
P28
0uH
PGNDL
2
R+
A_SP_OUT_R
15k
GAIN1
FB2008
R2145
C2128
HDMI_MCLK
SDIN1
AVDD_LI
RB2012
C2063
0.1
P10
P27
0uH
100
10k
MSTR/SLV
PVCCL
3
L+
A_SP_OUT_L
35V
A_V2_IN_AU_R
LRCLKIN
LINEIN4R
25V
C2096
R2108
33k
C2168
P11
P26
4.7
100p
HDMI_SCK
SYNC
PVCCL
4
L-
C2169
1000p
C2075
50V
FB2009
A_V2_IN_AU_L
SCLKIN
LINEIN4L
1000p
50V
C2129
R2109
33k
CH
R2279
C2102
P12
P25
0uH
50V
B
0.1
R2035
1608
GND
GND
100k
0.001
B
1608
25V
47
1/16W
50V
1608
X7R
RN-CP
R2133
R2211
CHIP
X7R
HDMI_WS
R2129
1608
1/16W
22k
6.8k
1005
22k
22k
1/16W
D3.3V
1/16W
R2207
1/16W
F
R2121
RN-CP
RN-CP
47
RN-CP
0.5%
FB2015
0.5%
0.5%
0uH
HDMI_SDO
2
4
RN-CP
RB2004
RB2008
R2033
1/16W
F2002
100
100
100
22k
C2078
0.5A
R2122
GND
2.2
50V
16V
16V
100
OLDGND_D
GND
X7R
C2013
C2116
2012
OLDGND_T
R2230
0.22
1
3
0
25V
D2019
B
C2120
CHIP
MAZ8056G0LS0
2012
0.22
C2045
A_D1_IN_AU_R
C2051
25V
0.001
C2027
4.7
B
50V
0.001
10V
2012
X7R
A_D1_IN_AU_L
50V
X7R
R2232
1005
X7R
2012
0
1005
C2054 C2055
A_D2_IN_AU_R
4.7
0.001
C2139
CHIP
2012
25V
50V
B
0.22
X7R
X7R
A_D2_IN_AU_L
R2148
R2149
25V
25V
3216
1005
47k
22k
0.22
B
G
1/16W
1/16W
C2133
2012
ATT_SW
C2178
R2236
C2113
CHIP
CHIP
D2018
D2020
4.7
3.3k
0.01
C2114
MAZ8056G0LS0
MAZ8056G0LS0
25V
1/16W
25V
4.7
GND
RN-CP
X7R
25V
OLDGND_D
0.5%
1005
R2150
22k
1/16W
R2147
CHIP
1k
1/16W
4
1
C2180
C2179
R2237
Q2006
CHIP
0.1
4.7
R2238
3.3k
RT1N141M-TP-1
16V
25V
1k
1/16W
Q2024
1/16W
5
2
RN-CP
1005
RT1P441M-TP-1
RN-CP
0.5%
SP_MUTE
0.5%
6
3
R2246
3.3k
HN1B01FU-TE85R
R2234
R2151
D3.3V
1/16W
Q2010
100k
47k
CHIP
1/16W
C2177
1/16W
L2009
5
4
RN-CP
1
R2239
CHIP
10uH
R2249
ATT_SW
0.5%
25V
1k
5%
1k
X7R
1/16W
Q2025
R2163
1/16W
2012
RN-CP
H
CHIP
RTAN140M-T111-1
47k
0.5%
R2235
1/16W
HDMI_MUTE
Q2023
33k
CHIP
RT1N141M-TP-1
1/16W
RN-CP
HDMI_MUTE
0.5%
R2245
SP_SD
1
2
3
100
1/16W
CHIP
Q2009
Q2030
RT1N141M-TP-1
Q2029
RT1N141M-TP-1
RT1N141M-TP-1
Q2026
RTAN140M-T111-1
I
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
J
76
50
77
49
78
48
79
47
80
46
81
45
82
44
83
43
K
84
42
85
41
86
40
87
39
88
38
R2274
0
89
37
CHIP
A_HP_OUT_R
90
36
A_HP_OUT_L
91
35
R2275
0
C2142
92
34
R2184
CHIP
100p
L
C2140
10k
R2170
R2179
50VCH
1/16W
C2134
2.2
93
33
4.7k
100k
10V X7R
1005
2.2
CHIP 5%
1/16W
1/16W
10V
2012
CHIP
RN-CP
94
32
X7R
2012
5%
0.5%
R2186
95
31
C2149
470
47
2
1/10W
16V
RN-CP
96
30
0.5%
R2259
R2168
C2187
97
29
C2160
3.3k
R2280
4.7k
2.2
0.001
1/16W
100k
1/16W
10V
50V
R2188
RN-CP
1/16W
CHIP
98
28
X7R
X7R
470
CHIP
5%
1
1005
1/10W
RN-CP
99
27
IC2010
C2130
NJM3414AV(TE2)
FB2017
100
26
0.1
0uH
L2011
25V
10uH
AU_HP12V
1608
M
16V
R2212
47
C2091
0.5%
15k
C2081
L2017
R2189
C2077
2.2
RN-CP
1/16W
330p
10uH
10V
R2141
470
1/16W RN-CP
50V
C2150
1
2
345678
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
1/10W
X7R
470
3.9k
0.5%
CH
47
RN-CP
2012
1/16W
R2130
1608
16V
Q2019
CHIP
RTAN140M-T111-1
A_AUOUT_AU_L
A_LINE_OUT_L
R2187
Q2007
HEADPHONE OUTPUTS
470
R2138
RTAN140M-T111-1
470k
R2169
1/10W
R2171
R2181
R2262
5
6
7
8
1/16W
C2188
C2135
47k
5%
RN-CP
R2166
100k
3.3k
4.7k
CHIP
2.2
2.2
1/16W
CHIP
0.5%
10k
C2090
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
5%
10V
10V
CHIP
1/16W
1/16W
CHIP
RN-CP
0.1
RN-CP
FB2018
X7R
2012
5%
47k
CHIP
0.5%
25V
A_AUOUT_AU_R
5%
X7R
R2176
0uH
C2144
*C2288
5%
1608
C2131
100p
0.001
IC2004
47
R2180
50VCH
16V
NJM4558V-TE2
R2281
R2167
C2141
4.7k
1005
10k
1/16W
100k
2.2
*R2381
1/16W
1/16W
16V
CHIP
0
CHIP
CHIP
5%
X7R
C2143
0.5%
5%
2012
C2161
2.2
0.001
R2185
*J2001
RN-CP
10V X7R
R2142
50V
10k
N
1/16W
4321
2012
470
X7R
1/16W
3.9k
1/16W
LINE_OUT
1005
CHIP
R2131
Q2020
CHIP
5%
RTAN140M-T111-1
A_LINE_OUT_R
C2170
C2084
C2092
BG2A 2/8
2700p
330p
C2171
2.2
C2282
*R2382
*R2383
50V
FB2019
1005
50V
2700p
10V
1005
0.001
0
0
*VD2001
B
Q2046
0uH
X7R
CH
50V
X7R
1608
X7R
50V
RTAN140M-T111-1
50V
R2213
1608
B
R2126
2012
R2139
50V
X7R
0.001
15k
1608
R2120
47k
470k
0.001
1005
C2279
1/16W
RN-CP
47k
1/16W
1/16W
C2280
RN-CP
1/16W
1/16W
RN-CP
CHIP
0.5%
RN-CP
Q2008
22k
0.5%
5%
Q2045
AUDIO
*VD2003
*VD2002
R2112
0.5%
RTAN140M-T111-1
C2156
RTAN140M-T111-1
0.1
GND
25V
X7R
1608
C2073
6
5
4
HP_DET
RN-CP
2.2
6
5
4
R2380 0
CHIP
JL2406
1/16W
16V
22k
X7R
R2113
2012
GND_HP
*C2281
0.001
IC2008
IC2011
FB2012
O
RT8H225C
RT8H225C
0uH
GND
123
123
LINE_MUTE
R2153
R2247
100k
R2200
3.3k
1/16W
100k
1/16W
CHIP
1/16W
CHIP
CHIP
HDMI_MUTE
HP_MUTE
Q2031
R2248
RT1N141M-TP-1
3.3k
1/16W
CHIP
HDMI_MUTE
Q2032
RT1N141M-TP-1
P
A-1518-775-A <WAX3B> BG2A-P2
0
R2023
8765
10k
RB2003
R2044
47
MCLKIN
DVDD1
9p
DVSS3
AVDD_OSC
C2029
DVDD3
VR_ANA
4321
R2049
I2C_SDA2
XTAL_OUT
0
I2C_SCL2
XTAL_IN
6.8k
R2056
I2C_TAS_SDA_2
I2C_SDA1
AVSS_ESD
6.8k
R2057
9p
0.1C2033
I2C_TAS_SCL_2
I2C_SCL1
AVDD_HP
C2030
10k
RB2011
R206410k
A_HP_OUT_R
CS
HPOUTR
0
R2063
GPIO1
AVSS_HP
A_HP_OUT_L
GPIO2
HPOUTL
0
R2070
AUDIO_DSP_INT
/MUTE
AVDD_HP
SIGN4644
100
R2073
10k
R2020
TC7SZ32FU(TE85R)
100
IC2014
/RESET
AVDD_DAC
RB2009
0.001
C2042
R20741k
V-
B+ IN
X_DSP_MUTE
INB
VCC
DVSS4
AVSS_DAC
INA
A+ IN
B- IN
INTN
DVDD4
DACOUT2R
R2075
47
GND
OUTY
DVSS5
DACOUT2L
R2076
47
A- IN
BOUT
VR_DIG2
DACOUT1R
R2077
47
X_DSP_RST
AOUT
V+
X_DSP_RST
AVSS_ESD
DACOUT1L
C2052
330p
R2078
47
LINEIN1L
LINEOUT1R
C2053
330p
LINEIN1R
LINEOUT1L
AVDD_LI
AVSS_LO
LINEIN2L
LINEOUT2R
85R2033k
LINEIN2R
LINEOUT2L
MAZ8056GMLS0
087R23k3
D2022
AVSS_LI
LINEOUT3R
LINEIN3L
LINEOUT3L
33k
19R20
LINEIN3R
AVDD_REF
R209233k
MUTE_AU13V
R
OUT
VCC
GND
IN
C
V-B+
IN
B- IN
A+ IN
BOUT
A- IN
V+
AOUT
8765
IN V-B+
R
OUT
B- IN
A+ IN
VIN
VCC
GND
4321
BOUT
A- IN
VC
IN
C
V+
AOUT
VOUT
VADJ
GND
A_CS_OUT_R
A_CS_OUT_L
TE_CSWMU
GND
AVCC
P13
P48
ROSC
AVCC
R2162
P14
P47
100k
VREG
FAULT
P15
P46
VBYP
MUTE
P16
P45
AGND
SHUTDOWN
P17
P44
BSLP
BSRP
P18
P43
LOUTP
ROUTP
P19
P42
LOUTP
PROUT
P20
P41
LOUTN
ROUTN
P21
P40
LOUTN
ROUTN
P22
P39
BSLN
BSRN
P23
P38
GND
GND
P24
P37
1
4
1
4
1
4
1
4
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
L2025
L2024
22uH
22uH
L2023
L2022
22uH
22uH
C2138
C2137
C2136
0.22
0.22
0.22
25V
25V
25V
B
B
B
2012
2012
2012

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48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 37383940 36 3132333435 30 29 28 27
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
37383940
36
3132333435
30
29
28
27
26
25
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
4321
65
11987
1210
181716151413
242322212019
7123456
8765
5
4
4321
STBY3.3V
<< STBY3.3V >>
321
M24256-BWMN6TP(A)
R3167
IC3005
RESET
10k
X3009
1/16W
EEPROM
32.768kHz
CHIP
R3193
1
3
10k
VDD
C
1/16W
CHIP
E0
VCC
C3087
0.1
10k
16V
GND
OUT
RB3018
C3044
1005
1
E1
NVM_WP
C3036
100
10V
2
4
1
RB3017
X7R
IC3004
10V
1608
R3168
X7R
PST3629UL
10k
E2
SCL_A
1608
6
3
1/16W
CHIP
5
2
RESET
GND
SDA_A
R3162
D5V
1
47k
4
1
C3019
1/16W
RST_MICRO
2
STBY3.3V