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1. Revision List 2 SSB 313912364811: Analog I/O - Audio (B07) 63 75-76
2. Technical Specifications and Connections 2 SSB 313912364811: Hospitality (B08) 67 75-76
3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List 5 SSB 313912364811: Ambilight CPLD (B13) 68 75-76
4. Mechanical Instructions 9 SSB 313912364811: TCON Control (B14) 69 75-76
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 17 SSB: SRP List Explanation 77
6. Alignments 24 SSB 313912364811: SRP List 78
7. Circuit Descriptions 29 SSB 313912364812: DC-DC (B01) 79 99-100
8. IC Data Sheets 36 SSB 313912364812: Tuner & Analog Demodulator
9. Block Diagrams (B02) 80 99-100
Wiring Diagram 32" - 40" (Picasso) 39 SSB 313912364812: Class-D & Muting (B03) 81 99-100
Wiring Diagram 32" - 46" (van Gogh) 40 SSB 313912364812: MTK Power (B04) 82 99-100
Wiring Diagram 32" 46" (Da Vinci) 41 SSB 313912364812: Ambilight Microcontroller
Block Diagram Video 42 (B05) 85 99-100
Block Diagram Audio 43 SSB 313912364812: HDMI & Multiplexer (B06) 86 99-100
Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals 44 SSB 313912364812: Analog I/O - Audio (B07) 87 99-100
Block Diagram I2C 45 SSB 313912364812: Hospitality (B08) 91 99-100
Supply Lines Overview 46 SSB 313912364812: Ambilight CPLD (B13) 92 99-100
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing PWB SSB 313912364812: TCON Control (B14) 93 99-100
Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 1 (AL1A) 47 54 SSB 313912364812: SRP List 78
Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 2 (AL1B) 48 54 IR/LED Board (J) 102 103
Ambilight: 3 LED Everlight (AL2A) 49 54 Keyboard Control Board (E) 104 105
Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight (AL2A) 50 54 11. Styling Sheets
Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight (AL2B) 51 54 Styling Sheet 32" - 40" (Picasso) 106
Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight (AL2A) 52 54 Styling Sheet 32" - 46" (van Gogh) 107
Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight (AL2B) 53 54 Styling Sheet 32" - 46" (Da Vinci) 108
SSB 313912364811: DC-DC (B01) 55 75-76
SSB 313912364811: Tuner & Analog Demodulator
(B02) 56 75-76
SSB 313912364811: Class-D & Muting (B03) 57 75-76
SSB 313912364811: MTK Power (B04) 58 75-76
SSB 313912364811: Ambilight Microcontroller
(B05) 61 75-76
SSB 313912364811: HDMI & Multiplexer (B06) 62 75-76

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Published by ER/JY 1066 BU TV Consumer Care Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 18971
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EN 2 1. LC9.3L LA Revision List

1. Revision List
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
• First release.

Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1


• All chapters: added CTNs Argentina region (*/77) to the
manual, see Table 2-1.
• Chapter 6: added tint settings, see Table 6-4.
• Chapter 10: added additional SSB (.2).

2. Technical Specifications and Connections


Index of this chapter:
2.1 Technical Specifications
2.2 Directions for Use
2.3 Connections
2.4 Chassis Overview

Notes:
• Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.
• Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

2.1 Technical Specifications

For on-line product support please use the links in Table 2-1.
Here is product information available, as well as getting started,
user manuals, frequently asked questions and software &
drivers.

Table 2-1 Described Model numbers

CTN Styling Published in:


32PFL3805D/78 Picasso 3122 785 18970
32PFL5605D/77 van Gogh 3122 785 18971
32PFL5605D/78 van Gogh 3122 785 18970
32PFL6605D/77 da Vinci 3122 785 18971
32PFL6605D/78 da Vinci 3122 785 18970
40PFL3805D/78 Picasso 3122 785 18970
40PFL5605D/77 van Gogh 3122 785 18971
40PFL5605D/78 van Gogh 3122 785 18970
40PFL6605D/77 da Vinci 3122 785 18971
40PFL6605D/78 da Vinci 3122 785 18970
46PFL5605D/78 van Gogh 3122 785 18970
46PFL6605D/77 da Vinci 3122 785 18971
46PFL6605D/78 da Vinci 3122 785 18970

2.2 Directions for Use

You can download this information from the following websites:


http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com

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2.3 Connections

Back connectors Side connectors


3 4 5 6

Bottom connectors
7 8 9 10

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Figure 2-1 Connection overview

Note: The following connector color abbreviations are used 5 - Cinch: AV IN: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In
(according to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm jq
Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, Ye= Yellow. Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
2.3.1 Side Connectors
6 - Aerial - In (Air and Cable)
1 - USB2.0 - - F-type Coax, 75 Ω D

2.3.3 Bottom Connectors


1 2 3 4
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090121 7 - CVI-2: Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In
Gn - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 Ω jq
Figure 2-2 USB (type A) Bu - Video Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω jq
Rd - Video Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω jq
1 - +5V k Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kΩ jq
2 - Data (-) jk Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kΩ jq
3 - Data (+) jk
4 - Ground Gnd H 8 - Cinch: S/PDIF - Out
Bk - Coaxial 0.4 - 0.6VPP / 75 ohm kq
2 - HDMI: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In
(see HDMI 1 & 2) 9 - HDMI 1 and 2: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In
19 1
2.3.2 Rear Connectors 18 2

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Gn - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 Ω jq
Figure 2-3 HDMI (type A) connector
Bu - Video Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω jq
Rd - Video Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω jq
Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kΩ jq 1 - D2+ Data channel j
Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kΩ jq 2 - Shield Gnd H
3 - D2- Data channel j
4 - D1+ Data channel j
4 - Service Connector (UART)
5 - Shield Gnd H
1 - Ground Gnd H
6 - D1- Data channel j
2 - UART_TX Transmit k
7 - D0+ Data channel j
3 - UART_RX Receive j
8 - Shield Gnd H
9 - D0- Data channel j

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10 - CLK+ Data channel j 1 - Video Red 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω j


11 - Shield Gnd H 2 - Video Green 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω j
12 - CLK- Data channel j 3 - Video Blue 0.7 VPP / 75 Ω j
13 - Easylink/CEC Control channel jk 4 - n.c.
14 - n.c. 5 - Ground Gnd H
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j 6 - Ground Red Gnd H
16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk 7 - Ground Green Gnd H
17 - Ground Gnd H 8 - Ground Blue Gnd H
18 - +5V j 9 - +5VDC +5 V j
19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j 10 - Ground Sync Gnd H
20 - Ground Gnd H 11 - n.c.
12 - DDC_SDA DDC data j
10 - Mini Jack: DVI/VGA: Audio - In 13 - H-sync 0-5V j
Bk - Audio 0.5 VRMS / 10 kΩ jo 14 - V-sync 0-5V j
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
10 - VGA: Video RGB - In
1 5
10
6
11 15

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Figure 2-4 VGA Connector

2.4 Chassis Overview

Refer to chapter 9. Block Diagrams for PWB/CBA locations.

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3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List


Index of this chapter: • Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
3.1 Safety Instructions with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
3.2 Warnings voltages in the power supply section both in normal
3.3 Notes operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are
3.4 Abbreviation List indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.

3.3.2 Schematic Notes


3.1 Safety Instructions
• All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
Safety regulations require the following during a repair:
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
• Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation
indicates 2.2 kΩ).
transformer (> 800 VA).
• Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h,
either an “E” or an “R” (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 Ω).
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
• All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (μ = × 10-6),
other component substitution (other than original type) may
nano-farads (n = × 10-9), or pico-farads (p = × 10-12).
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
• Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
• An “asterisk” (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
the following points:
• The correct component values are listed on the Philips
• Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
Spare Parts Web Portal.
mounted cable clamps.
• Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
external damage. 3.3.3 Spare Parts
• Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
proper function. For the latest spare part overview, consult your Philips Spare
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC Part web portal.
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply): 3.3.4 BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. Introduction
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the “on” position For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!). URL: http://www.atyourservice-magazine.com. Select
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the “Magazine”, then go to “Repair downloads”. Here you will find
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the Information on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 MΩ and 12 MΩ.
BGA Temperature Profiles
4. Switch “off” the set, and remove the wire between the
For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile.
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
Where applicable and available, this profile is added to the IC
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any
Data Sheet information section in this manual.
inner parts by the customer.

3.3.5 Lead-free Soldering


3.2 Warnings
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
• All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to by the workshop during a repair:
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling • Use only lead-free soldering tin. If lead-free solder paste is
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, required, please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
components and tools also at this same potential. store and to handle.
• Be careful during measurements in the high voltage • Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
section. soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
• Never replace modules or other components while the unit – To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C.
is switched “on”. – To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
• When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools. – To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a • Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
circuit becoming unstable. 360°C - 380°C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400°C, otherwise wear-out of
3.3 Notes tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch “off” unused equipment or
3.3.1 General reduce heat.
• Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
• Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode with a colour bar signal and stereo 3.3.6 Alternative BOM identification
sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and
picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or 61.25 MHz for It should be noted that on the European Service website,
NTSC (channel 3). “Alternative BOM” is referred to as “Design variant”.

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The third digit in the serial number (example: 3.4 Abbreviation List
AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative
B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the 0/6/12 SCART switch control signal on A/V
specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV
board. 0 = loop through (AUX to TV),
model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types
6 = play 16 : 9 format, 12 = play 4 : 3
of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then format
result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type
AARA Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation:
Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M.
algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to
number. remove horizontal black bars; keeps
By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can
the original aspect ratio
identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with.
ACI Automatic Channel Installation:
If the third digit of the serial number contains the number “1” algorithm that installs TV channels
(example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been
directly from a cable network by
manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is
means of a predefined TXT page
a “2” (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been ADC Analogue to Digital Converter
produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for
AFC Automatic Frequency Control: control
ordering the correct spare parts!
signal used to tune to the correct
For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z frequency
can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be
AGC Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
indicated by the third digit of the serial number.
controls the video input of the feature
box
Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit AM Amplitude Modulation
serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production centre (e.g. AP Asia Pacific
AG is Bruges), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. code, digit 4 refers AR Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
to the Service version change code, digits 5 and 6 refer to the ASF Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts
production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in aspect ratio to remove horizontal black
example below it is 2006 week 17). The 6 last digits contain the bars without discarding video
serial number. information
ATSC Advanced Television Systems
MODEL : 32PF9968/10 MADE IN BELGIUM Committee, the digital TV standard in
220-240V ~ 50/60Hz the USA
128W
ATV See Auto TV
PROD.NO: AG 1A0617 000001 VHF+S+H+UHF
Auto TV A hardware and software control
S BJ3.0E LA system that measures picture content,
and adapts image parameters in a
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AV External Audio Video
AVC Audio Video Controller
Figure 3-1 Serial number (example)
AVIP Audio Video Input Processor
B/G Monochrome TV system. Sound
3.3.7 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair carrier distance is 5.5 MHz
(CLR) BDS Business Display Solutions (iTV)
BLR Board-Level Repair
If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide BTSC Broadcast Television Standard
if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound
component level. system, originating from the USA and
If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC
completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it countries
cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging! B-TXT Blue TeleteXT
C Centre channel (audio)
3.3.8 Practical Service Precautions CEC Consumer Electronics Control bus:
remote control bus on HDMI
• It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock. connections
While some sources are expected to have a possible CL Constant Level: audio output to
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of connect with an external amplifier
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard. CLR Component Level Repair
• Always respect voltages. While some may not be ComPair Computer aided rePair
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected CP Connected Planet / Copy Protection
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a CSM Customer Service Mode
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation. CTI Color Transient Improvement:
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution. manipulates steepness of chroma
transients
CVBS Composite Video Blanking and
Synchronization
DAC Digital to Analogue Converter
DBE Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra
low frequency amplification
DCM Data Communication Module. Also
referred to as System Card or
Smartcard (for iTV).
DDC See “E-DDC”
D/K Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.5 MHz
DFI Dynamic Frame Insertion

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DFU Directions For Use: owner's manual SDI), is a digitized video format used
DMR Digital Media Reader: card reader for broadcast grade video.
DMSD Digital Multi Standard Decoding Uncompressed digital component or
DNM Digital Natural Motion digital composite signals can be used.
DNR Digital Noise Reduction: noise The SDI signal is self-synchronizing,
reduction feature of the set uses 8 bit or 10 bit data words, and has
DRAM Dynamic RAM a maximum data rate of 270 Mbit/s,
DRM Digital Rights Management with a minimum bandwidth of 135
DSP Digital Signal Processing MHz.
DST Dealer Service Tool: special remote ITV Institutional TeleVision; TV sets for
control designed for service hotels, hospitals etc.
technicians LS Last Status; The settings last chosen
DTCP Digital Transmission Content by the customer and read and stored
Protection; A protocol for protecting in RAM or in the NVM. They are called
digital audio/video content that is at start-up of the set to configure it
traversing a high speed serial bus, according to the customer's
such as IEEE-1394 preferences
DVB-C Digital Video Broadcast - Cable LATAM Latin America
DVB-T Digital Video Broadcast - Terrestrial LCD Liquid Crystal Display
DVD Digital Versatile Disc LED Light Emitting Diode
DVI(-d) Digital Visual Interface (d= digital only) L/L' Monochrome TV system. Sound
E-DDC Enhanced Display Data Channel carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band
(VESA standard for communication I, L is all bands except for Band I
channel and display). Using E-DDC, LPL LG.Philips LCD (supplier)
the video source can read the EDID LS Loudspeaker
information form the display. LVDS Low Voltage Differential Signalling
EDID Extended Display Identification Data Mbps Mega bits per second
(VESA standard) M/N Monochrome TV system. Sound
EEPROM Electrically Erasable and carrier distance is 4.5 MHz
Programmable Read Only Memory MHEG Part of a set of international standards
EMI Electro Magnetic Interference related to the presentation of
EPG Electronic Program Guide multimedia information, standardised
EPLD Erasable Programmable Logic Device by the Multimedia and Hypermedia
EU Europe Experts Group. It is commonly used as
EXT EXTernal (source), entering the set by a language to describe interactive
SCART or by cinches (jacks) television services
FDS Full Dual Screen (same as FDW) MIPS Microprocessor without Interlocked
FDW Full Dual Window (same as FDS) Pipeline-Stages; A RISC-based
FLASH FLASH memory microprocessor
FM Field Memory or Frequency MOP Matrix Output Processor
Modulation MOSFET Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect
FPGA Field-Programmable Gate Array Transistor, switching device
FTV Flat TeleVision MPEG Motion Pictures Experts Group
Gb/s Giga bits per second MPIF Multi Platform InterFace
G-TXT Green TeleteXT MUTE MUTE Line
H H_sync to the module MTV Mainstream TV: TV-mode with
HD High Definition Consumer TV features enabled (iTV)
HDD Hard Disk Drive NC Not Connected
HDCP High-bandwidth Digital Content NICAM Near Instantaneous Compounded
Protection: A “key” encoded into the Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital
HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video sound system, mainly used in Europe.
data piracy. If a source is HDCP coded NTC Negative Temperature Coefficient,
and connected via HDMI/DVI without non-linear resistor
the proper HDCP decoding, the NTSC National Television Standard
picture is put into a “snow vision” mode Committee. Color system mainly used
or changed to a low resolution. For in North America and Japan. Color
normal content distribution the source carrier NTSC M/N= 3.579545 MHz,
and the display device must be NTSC 4.43= 4.433619 MHz (this is a
enabled for HDCP “software key” VCR norm, it is not transmitted off-air)
decoding. NVM Non-Volatile Memory: IC containing
HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface TV related data such as alignments
HP HeadPhone O/C Open Circuit
I Monochrome TV system. Sound OSD On Screen Display
carrier distance is 6.0 MHz OAD Over the Air Download. Method of
I2 C Inter IC bus software upgrade via RF transmission.
I2 D Inter IC Data bus Upgrade software is broadcasted in
I2 S Inter IC Sound bus TS with TV channels.
IF Intermediate Frequency OTC On screen display Teletext and
IR Infra Red Control; also called Artistic (SAA5800)
IRQ Interrupt Request P50 Project 50: communication protocol
ITU-656 The ITU Radio communication Sector between TV and peripherals
(ITU-R) is a standards body PAL Phase Alternating Line. Color system
subcommittee of the International mainly used in West Europe (color
Telecommunication Union relating to carrier= 4.433619 MHz) and South
radio communication. ITU-656 (a.k.a. America (color carrier PAL M=

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3.575612 MHz and PAL N= 3.582056 SVHS Super Video Home System
MHz) SW Software
PCB Printed Circuit Board (same as “PWB”) SWAN Spatial temporal Weighted Averaging
PCM Pulse Code Modulation Noise reduction
PDP Plasma Display Panel SXGA 1280 × 1024
PFC Power Factor Corrector (or Pre- TFT Thin Film Transistor
conditioner) THD Total Harmonic Distortion
PIP Picture In Picture TMDS Transmission Minimized Differential
PLL Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g. Signalling
FST tuning systems. The customer TS Transport Stream
can give directly the desired frequency TXT TeleteXT
POD Point Of Deployment: a removable TXT-DW Dual Window with TeleteXT
CAM module, implementing the CA UI User Interface
system for a host (e.g. a TV-set) uP Microprocessor
POR Power On Reset, signal to reset the uP UXGA 1600 × 1200 (4:3)
PSDL Power Supply for Direct view LED V V-sync to the module
backlight with 2D-dimming VESA Video Electronics Standards
PSL Power Supply with integrated LED Association
drivers VGA 640 × 480 (4:3)
PSLS Power Supply with integrated LED VL Variable Level out: processed audio
drivers with added Scanning output toward external amplifier
functionality VSB Vestigial Side Band; modulation
PTC Positive Temperature Coefficient, method
non-linear resistor WYSIWYR What You See Is What You Record:
PWB Printed Wiring Board (same as “PCB”) record selection that follows main
PWM Pulse Width Modulation picture and sound
QRC Quasi Resonant Converter WXGA 1280 × 768 (15:9)
QTNR Quality Temporal Noise Reduction XTAL Quartz crystal
QVCP Quality Video Composition Processor XGA 1024 × 768 (4:3)
RAM Random Access Memory Y Luminance signal
RGB Red, Green, and Blue. The primary Y/C Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C)
color signals for TV. By mixing levels signal
of R, G, and B, all colors (Y/C) are YPbPr Component video. Luminance and
reproduced. scaled color difference signals (B-Y
RC Remote Control and R-Y)
RC5 / RC6 Signal protocol from the remote YUV Component video
control receiver
RESET RESET signal
ROM Read Only Memory
RSDS Reduced Swing Differential Signalling
data interface
R-TXT Red TeleteXT
SAM Service Alignment Mode
S/C Short Circuit
SCART Syndicat des Constructeurs
d'Appareils Radiorécepteurs et
Téléviseurs
SCL Serial Clock I2C
SCL-F CLock Signal on Fast I2C bus
SD Standard Definition
SDA Serial Data I2C
SDA-F DAta Signal on Fast I2C bus
SDI Serial Digital Interface, see “ITU-656”
SDRAM Synchronous DRAM
SECAM SEequence Couleur Avec Mémoire.
Color system mainly used in France
and East Europe. Color carriers=
4.406250 MHz and 4.250000 MHz
SIF Sound Intermediate Frequency
SMPS Switched Mode Power Supply
SoC System on Chip
SOG Sync On Green
SOPS Self Oscillating Power Supply
SPI Serial Peripheral Interface bus; a 4-
wire synchronous serial data link
standard
S/PDIF Sony Philips Digital InterFace
SRAM Static RAM
SRP Service Reference Protocol
SSB Small Signal Board
SSC Spread Spectrum Clocking, used to
reduce the effects of EMI
STB Set Top Box
STBY STand-BY
SVGA 800 × 600 (4:3)

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4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter: Notes:
4.1 Cable Dressing • Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation,
4.2 Service Positions due to the different set executions.
4.3 Assy/Panel Removal
4.4 Set Re-assembly

4.1 Cable Dressing

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Figure 4-1 Cable dressing 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

LCD Panel

Proper FFC insertion: Silver line not


visible when connector lock is closed
Thinner blue FFC supporting
tape belong to Panel side

Wrong FFC insertion: Silver line


visible when connector lock is closed

SSB
Thicker blue FFC supporting
tape belong to SSB side

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Figure 4-2 FFC precautions 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

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Size: 50 × 70 mm (W × L)

Ensure that the tape


does not cover the screw
hole for IPB mounting.
2 × Light leakage tape

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Figure 4-3 Light leakage solution 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

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Figure 4-4 Adding felt on front cabinet 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

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4.1.2 32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling

Note : Cable 8M09, 8M59 and 8M83 used in Da Vinci (Ambilight) only
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Figure 4-5 Cable dressing 32" (32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

LCD Panel

Proper FFC insertion: Silver line not


visible when connector lock is closed
Thinner blue FFC supporting
tape belong to Panel side

Wrong FFC insertion: Silver line


visible when connector lock is closed

SSB 100 mm tape x 1 each under speaker on


FFC cable
Thicker blue FFC supporting
tape belong to SSB side

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Figure 4-6 FFC precautions 32" (32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

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Add Felt on Ambilight


Bracket (Da Vinci Only)

0443
Applicable to both
Left & Right AL bracket

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Figure 4-7 Adding felt on front cabinet 32" (32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

4.1.3 40PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling

Note : 1) Cable 8M09, 8M59 and 8M83 used in Da Vinci (Ambilight) only
2) Left (view from front of TV) Tweeter with White cable
3) Right (view from front of TV) Tweeter with Red cable + Insulation

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Figure 4-8 Cable dressing 40" (40PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

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4.1.4 46PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling

Note :
1) Cable 8M09, 8M59 and 8M83
used in Da Vinci (Ambilight) only
2) Left (view from front of TV)
tweeter with white cable
3) Right (view from front of TV)
tweeter with red cable + insulation

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Figure 4-9 Cable dressing 46" (46PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

Add Felts on Front Cabinet

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Figure 4-10 Adding felt on front cabinet 46" (46PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

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4.2 Service Positions

For easy servicing of a TV set, the set should be put face down
on a soft flat surface, foam buffers or other specific workshop
tools. Ensure that a stable situation is created to perform
measurements and alignments. When using foam bars take
care that these always support the cabinet and never only the
display.
Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
Ensure that ESD safe measures are taken.

4.3 Assy/Panel Removal

Instructions below apply to the 32PFL6605D/xx, but will be


similar for other models.

4.3.1 Rear Cover

2 2 2
3

3 3

2
3
3

2
1

3
3
2

2 2
2
1 1
2 2
2 2 1 1

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Figure 4-11 Rear cover removal (32")

Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before removing


the rear cover.
See Figure 4-11.
1. Remove fixation screws [2] and [3] that secure the rear
cover. It is not necessary to remove the stand first [1].
2. Lift the rear cover from the TV. Make sure that wires and
flat foils are not damaged while lifting the rear cover from
the set.

4.3.2 Speakers

Tweeters (when applicable)


Each tweeter unit is mounted with one screw.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

Loudspeaker/sub woofer
The loudspeaker/sub woofer is located in the centre of the set,
and is fixed with two screws.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

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4.3.3 Main Power Supply 4.3.6 IR & LED Board

Refer to Figure 4-12 for details. Refer to Figure 4-14, Figure 4-15 and Figure 4-16 for details.

2 3 1 2

1
1

2 2

1 1

1 1 1
2 3 2
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Figure 4-14 IR & LED Board -1-
Figure 4-12 Main Power Supply

1. Unplug all connectors [1].


2. Remove the fixation screws [2].
3. Take the board out.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
Be aware to (re)place the spacers [3].

4.3.4 Small Signal Board (SSB)

Refer to Figure 4-13 for details. 2

2 2

3
3
1
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Figure 4-15 IR & LED Board -2-

2 3
3
3
4

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Figure 4-13 SSB

1. Unplug all connectors [1] and [2].


2. Remove the fixation screws [3].
3. Take the board out.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
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4.3.5 Mains Switch
Figure 4-16 IR & LED Board -3-
The mains switch assy is mounted below the PSU on the front
bezel with two screws. 1. Remove the stand [1].
When replacing the switch, remove it from its bracket. 2. Remove the IR & LED board cover [2].
3. Release the clips [3] that secure the IR & LED board.
4. Remove the connectors [4] on the IR/LED board.

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4.3.7 Local Control Board

Refer to Figure 4-17 for details.


1
1. Unplug the connector on the IR & LED board that leads to
the Local Control board as described earlier.
2. Release the cable from its clamps/tape.
3. Release the clip on top of the unit [1] and take the unit out.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

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Figure 4-17 Local Control board

4.3.8 LCD Panel

Refer to Figure 4-18 for details. 5. Remove the Local Control board [F] as earlier described.
1. Remove the Stand and IR/LED board [A] as earlier 6. Remove the brackets [1].
described. 7. Remove the clamps [2].
2. Remove the Speakers/Subwoofer [B] as earlier described. 8. Remove the flare.
3. Remove the PSU [C] and SSB [D] as earlier described. Now the LCD Panel can be lifted from the front cabinet.
4. Remove the Mains Switch [E] as earlier described.

1 1

2 1
B 1 2

C D
2
2

1
1
1
1

E A
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Figure 4-18 LCD Panel removal (based on 32" AL model)

4.4 Set Re-assembly Notes:


• While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed
To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse and connected in their original position.
• Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams in the
order.
set. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted correctly.

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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter: 5.2.1 Service Default Mode (SDM)
5.1 Test Points
5.2 Service Modes Purpose
5.3 Service Tools Set the TV in SDM mode in order to be able to:
5.4 Error Codes • Create a pre-defined setting for measurements to be
5.5 The Blinking LED Procedure made.
5.6 Fault Finding and Repair Tips • Override software protections.
5.7 Software Upgrading • Start the blinking LED procedure.
• Read the error buffer.
• Check the life timer.
5.1 Test Points
Specifications
In the chassis schematics and layout overviews, the test points
are mentioned. In the schematics, test points are indicated with
“Fxxx” or “Ixxx”, in the layout overviews with a “half-moon” sign. Table 5-1 SDM default settings
As most signals are digital, it will be difficult to measure
waveforms with a standard oscilloscope. Several key ICs are Region Freq. (MHz) Default syst.
capable of generating test patterns, which can be controlled via Europe (except France), 475.25 PAL B/G
ComPair. In this way it is possible to determine which part is AP-PAL/-Multi
defective.
France SECAM L
Perform measurements under the following conditions: NAFTA, AP-NTSC 61.25 (channel 3) NTSC M
• Service Default Mode. LATAM PAL M
• Video: Color bar signal.
• Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right. • Set linear video and audio settings to 50%, but volume to
25%. Stored user settings are not affected.
5.2 Service Modes • All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, since
they interfere with diagnosing/repairing a set. These
service unfriendly modes are:
The Service Mode feature is split into four parts:
– (Sleep) timer.
• Service Default Mode (SDM). – Blue mute/Wall paper.
• Service Alignment Mode (SAM).
– Auto switch “off” (when there is no “ident” signal).
• Customer Service Mode (CSM).
– Hotel or hospital mode.
• Computer Aided Repair Mode (ComPair).
– Child lock or parental lock (manual or via V-chip).
– Skipping, blanking of “Not favorite”, “Skipped” or
SDM and SAM offer features, which can be used by the Service
“Locked” presets/channels.
engineer to repair/align a TV set. Some features are:
– Automatic storing of Personal Preset or Last Status
• A pre-defined situation to ensure measurements can be settings.
made under uniform conditions (SDM).
– Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches back/
• Activates the blinking LED procedure for error identification
OFF automatically.
when no picture is available (SDM). – Auto Volume levelling (AVL).
• The possibility to overrule software protections when SDM
is entered via the Service pins.
How to Activate SDM
• Make alignments (e.g. White Tone), (de)select options,
enter options codes, reset the error buffer (SAM).
• Display information (“SDM” or “SAM” indication in upper For this chassis there are two kinds of SDM: an analog SDM
right corner of screen, error buffer, software version, and a digital SDM. Tuning will happen according Table 5-1.
operating hours, options and option codes, sub menus). • Analog SDM: use the standard RC-transmitter and key in
the code “062596”, directly followed by the “MENU” (or
The CSM is a Service Mode that can be enabled by the HOME) button.
consumer. The CSM displays diagnosis information, which the Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main
customer can forward to the dealer or call centre. In CSM menu will appear. To switch it “off”, push the “MENU” (or
mode, “CSM”, is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. HOME) button again.
The information provided in CSM and the purpose of CSM is to: • Digital SDM: use the standard RC-transmitter and key in
• Increase the home repair hit rate. the code “062593”, directly followed by the “MENU” (or
• Decrease the number of nuisance calls. HOME) button.
• Solved customers' problem without home visit. Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main
menu will appear. To switch it “off”, push the “MENU” (or
ComPair Mode is used for communication between a computer HOME) button again.
and a TV on I2C /UART level and can be used by a Service • Analog SDM can also be activated by grounding for a
engineer to quickly diagnose the TV set by reading out error moment the solder pad on the SSB, with the indication
codes, read and write in NVMs, communicate with ICs and the “SDM” (see figure Service mode pad).
uP (PWM, registers, etc.), and by making use of a fault finding
database. It will also be possible to up and download the
software of the TV set via I2C with help of ComPair. To do this,
ComPair has to be connected to the TV set via the ComPair
connector, which will be accessible through the rear of the set
(without removing the rear cover).

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• Operation Hours. Displays the accumulated total of


operation hours (not the stand-by hours). Every time the
TV is switched “on/off”, 0.5 hours is added to this number.
• Errors (followed by maximum 10 errors). The most recent
error is displayed at the upper left (for an error explanation
see section “5.4 Error Codes”).
• Reset Error Buffer. When “cursor right” (or the “OK
button) is pressed and then the “OK” button is pressed, the
SDM error buffer is reset.
• Alignments. This will activate the “ALIGNMENTS” sub-
menu. See chapter 6.3 Software Alignments.
• Dealer Options. Extra features for the dealers.
• Options. Extra features for Service. For more information
about option codes, refer to 6.4 Option Settings. Note that
if the option code numbers are changed, these have to be
confirmed with pressing the “OK” button before the options
are stored. Otherwise changes will be lost.
• Initialize NVM. The moment the processor recognizes a
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Now, two things can be done (dependent of the service
Figure 5-1 Service mode pad instructions at that moment):
– Save the content of the NVM via ComPair for
development analysis, before initializing. This will give
After activating this mode, “SDM” will appear in the upper right
the Service department an extra possibility for
corner of the screen (when a picture is available).
diagnosis (e.g. when Development asks for this).
– Initialize the NVM.
How to Navigate
When the “MENU” (or HOME) button is pressed on the RC
Note: When the NVM is corrupted, or replaced, there is a high
transmitter, the TV set will toggle between the SDM and the
possibility that no picture appears because the display code is
normal user menu.
not correct. So, before initializing the NVM via the SAM, a
picture is necessary and therefore the correct display option
How to Exit SDM has to be entered. To adapt this option bit, it is advised to use
Use one of the following methods: ComPair (the correct values for the options can be found in
• Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter. Table 6-5) or a method via a standard RC (described below).
• Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key in “00”-
sequence.
Changing the display option via a standard RC: Key in the
code “062598” directly followed by the “MENU” (or HOME)
5.2.2 Service Alignment Mode (SAM) button and “XXX” (where XXX is the 3 digit decimal display
code as mentioned in Table 6-5). Make sure to key in all three
Purpose digits, also the leading zero’s. If the above action is successful,
• To perform (software) alignments. the front LED will go out as an indication that the RC sequence
• To change option settings. was correct. After the display option is changed in the NVM, the
• To easily identify the used software version. TV will go to the Stand-by mode. If the NVM was corrupted or
• To view operation hours. empty before this action, it will be initialized first (loaded with
• To display (or clear) the error code buffer. default values). This initializing can take up to 20 seconds.

How to Activate SAM


Via a standard RC transmitter: Key in the code “062596”
directly followed by the “INFO” button. After activating SAM
with this method a service warning will appear on the screen, Display Option
Code
continue by pressing the “OK” button on the RC.

Contents of SAM (see also Table 6-6) 39mm

• Hardware Info. PHILIPS 040


27mm

– A. SW Version. Displays the software version of the MODEL:


32PF9968/10

main software (example: LC93L-1.2.3.4= PROD.SERIAL NO:


AG 1A0620 000001

AAAAB_X.Y.W.Z). (CTN Sticker)


• AAAA= the chassis name.
• B= the region (A= Asian Pacific, E= Europe, L= 10000_038_090121.eps
Latam, U= United States). 090819
• X.Y.W.Z= the software version, where X is the
main version number (different numbers are not Figure 5-2 Location of Display Option Code sticker
compatible with one another) and Y.W.Z is the sub
version number (a higher number is always • Store - go right. All options and alignments are stored
compatible with a lower number). when pressing “cursor right” (or the “OK” button) and then
– B. Standby Processor Version. Displays the the “OK”-button.
software version of the Stand-by processor. • SW Maintenance.
– C. Production Code. Displays the production code of – SW Events. Not useful for Service purposes. In case
the TV, this is the serial number as printed on the back of specific software problems, the development
of the TV set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is department can ask for this info.
initialized after corruption, this production code has to – HW Events. Not useful for Service purposes. In case
be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a of specific software problems, the development
possibility to do this. department can ask for this info.

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• Operation hours display. Displays the accumulated total • Possibility to use “CH+” or “CH-” for channel surfing, or
of display operation hours. So, this one keeps up the enter the specific channel number on the RC.
lifetime of the display itself, mainly to compensate the
degeneration behavior. How to Activate
• Test settings. For development purposes only. To activate CSM, press the following key sequence on a
• Development file versions. Not useful for Service standard remote control transmitter: “123654” (do not allow the
purposes, this information is only used by the development display to time out between entries while keying the sequence).
department.
• Upload to USB. To upload several settings from the TV to
an USB stick, which is connected to the SSB. The items are
Contents of CSM
“Channel list”, “Personal settings”, “Option codes”,
The contents are reduced to 3 pages: General, Software
“Display-related alignments” and “History list”. First a versions and Quality items. The group names itself are not
directory “repair\” has to be created in the root of the
shown anywhere in the CSM menu.
USB stick. To upload the settings select each item
separately, press “cursor right” (or the “OK” button),
confirm with “OK” and wait until “Done” appears. In case General
• Set Type. This information is very helpful for a helpdesk/
the download to the USB stick was not successful “Failure”
workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In this way, it
will appear. In this case, check if the USB stick is
connected properly and if the directory “repair” is present in is not necessary for the customer to look at the rear of the
TV-set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after
the root of the USB stick. Now the settings are stored onto
corruption, this set type has to be re-written to NVM.
the USB stick and can be used to download onto another
TV or other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this.
• Production Code. Displays the production code (the serial
software is running and if a picture is available. This
number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is
method is created to be able to save the customer’s TV
settings and to store them into another SSB. initialized after corruption, this production code has to be
re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee a in possibility to
• Download to USB. To download several settings from the
do this.
USB stick to the TV, same way of working needs to be
followed as with uploading. To make sure that the • Installed date. Indicates the date of the first installation of
the TV. This date is acquired via time extraction.
download of the channel list from USB to the TV is
• Options 1. Gives the option codes of option group 1 as set
executed properly, it is necessary to restart the TV and
tune to a valid preset if necessary. in SAM (Service Alignment Mode).
• Options 2. Gives the option codes of option group 2 as set
Note: The “History list item” can not be downloaded from
in SAM (Service Alignment Mode).
USB to the TV. This is a “read-only” item. In case of
specific problems, the development department can ask • 12NC SSB. Gives an identification of the SSB as stored in
NVM. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after
for this info.
corruption, this identification number has to be re-written to
NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. This
How to Navigate
identification number is the 12nc number of the SSB.
• In SAM, the menu items can be selected with the • 12NC display. Shows the 12NC of the display.
“CURSOR UP/DOWN” key on the RC-transmitter. The
• 12NC supply. Shows the 12NC of the supply.
selected item will be highlighted. When not all menu items
fit on the screen, move the “CURSOR UP/DOWN” key to
display the next/previous menu items. Software versions
• Current main SW. Displays the built-in main software
• With the “CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT” keys, it is possible to:
version. In case of field problems related to software,
– (De) activate the selected menu item.
– (De) activate the selected sub menu. software can be upgraded. As this software is consumer
upgradable, it will also be published on the Internet.
• With the “OK” key, it is possible to activate the selected
Example: LC92L_1.2.3.4
action.
• Ambilight SW. Displays the Ambilight SW-version.
How to Exit SAM
Quality items
Use one of the following methods:
• Signal quality. Poor / average /good
• Switch the TV set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
• Via a standard RC-transmitter, key in “00” sequence, or • Child lock. Not active / active. This is a combined item for
locks. If any lock (Preset lock, child lock, lock after or
select the “BACK” key.
parental lock) is active, the item shall show “active”.
• HDMI HDCP key. Indicates if the HDMI keys (or HDCP
5.2.3 Customer Service Mode (CSM) keys) are valid or not. In case these keys are not valid and
the customer wants to make use of the HDMI functionality,
Purpose the SSB has to be replaced.
The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and • Ethernet MAC address. Displays the MAC address
information on the TV’s operation settings. A call centre can present in the SSB.
instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to • BDS key. Indicates if the “BDS level” key is valid or not.
identify the status of the set. This helps them to diagnose
problems and failures in the TV before making a service call. How to Exit CSM
The CSM is a read-only mode; therefore, modifications are not
Press “MENU” (or HOME) / “Back” key on the RC-transmitter.
possible in this mode.

Specifications
• Ignore “Service unfriendly modes”.
• Line number for every line (to make CSM language
independent).
• Set the screen mode to full screen (all contents on screen
is visible).
• After leaving the Customer Service Mode, the original
settings are restored.

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5.3 Service Tools 5.4 Error Codes

5.3.1 ComPair 5.4.1 Introduction

Introduction The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
Consumer Lifestyle products. and offers the following: right, new errors are logged at the left side, and all other errors
1. ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how shift one position to the right.
to repair the chassis in a short and effective way. When an error occurs, it is added to the list of errors, provided
2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore the list is not full. When an error occurs and the error buffer is
capable of accurately indicating problem areas. You do not full, then the new error is not added, and the error buffer stays
have to know anything about I2C or UART commands intact (history is maintained).
yourself, because ComPair takes care of this. To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the
3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can error is removed from the list after more than 50 hrs. of
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the uP operation.
is working) and all repair information is directly available. When multiple errors occur (errors occurred within a short time
4. ComPair features TV software up possibilities. span), there is a high probability that there is some relation
between them.
Specifications
ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program New in this chassis is the way errors are displayed:
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product. • There is a simple blinking LED procedure for board level
The (new) ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via repair (home repair) so called LAYER 1 errors, next to the
an USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box existing errors which are LAYER 2 errors (see Table 5-3).
and the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the – LAYER 1 errors are one digit errors (via CSM).
service connector(s). – LAYER 2 errors are 2 digit errors (via SAM/SDM).
• In protection mode:
How to Connect – From consumer mode: LAYER 1.
– From SDM mode: LAYER 2.
This is described in the ComPair chassis fault finding database.
• In CSM mode: When entering CSM: error LAYER 1 will be
displayed by blinking LED. Only the latest error is shown.
TO TV
• In SDM mode: When SDM is entered via Remote Control
TO
UART SERVICE
TO
I2C SERVICE
TO
UART SERVICE code or the hardware pins, LAYER 2 is displayed via
CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR
blinking LED.
• In the “ON” state: with the RC commands “mute_06250X
ComPair II
Multi _OK”, LAYER 2 errors are displayed via blinking LED.
RC in function
RC out
• Error display on screen:
– In CSM no error codes are displayed on screen.
Optional Power Link/ Mode
Switch Activity I2C RS232 /UART
– In SAM the complete error list is shown.

5.4.2 How to Read the Error Buffer


PC
Use one of the following methods:
• On screen via the SAM (only when a picture is visible).
E.g.:
– 00 00 00 00 00: No errors detected
ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge – 23 00 00 00 00: Error code 23 is the last and only
Optional power detected error.
HDMI 5V DC
I2C only – 37 23 00 00 00: Error code 23 was first detected and
error code 37 is the last detected error.
10000_036_090121.eps – Note that no protection errors can be logged in the
091118 error buffer.
• Via the blinking LED procedure. See section 5.4.3 How to
Figure 5-3 ComPair II interface connection Clear the Error Buffer.
• Via ComPair.
Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as
shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in 5.4.3 How to Clear the Error Buffer
between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If
one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs will be
Use one of the following methods:
blown!
• By activation of the “Reset error buffer” command in the
SAM menu.
How to Order • With a normal RC, key in sequence “MUTE” followed by
ComPair II order codes: “062599” and “OK”.
• ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020. • If the content of the error buffer has not changed for 50+
• ComPair UART interface cable: 3138 188 75051. hours, it resets automatically.
• Program software can be downloaded from the Philips
Service portal.

Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local


support desk.

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5.4.4 Error Buffer

In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before Table 5-2 Layer 1 error codes
starting to repair (before clearing the buffer, write down the
content, as this history can give significant information). This to Description Layer 1 code Remarks
ensure that old error codes are no longer present. SSB 2
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In Display supply 3 If only one supply is used
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error Platform supply 4 No separate supply
code and not the actual cause (e.g. a fault in the protection Ambilight 8
detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).
Take notice that some errors need several minutes before they
start blinking or before they will be logged. So in case of
problems wait 2 minutes from start-up onwards, and then
check if the front LED is blinking or if an error is logged.

Table 5-3 Error code overview

Description Layer 1 Layer 2 Monitored Error/ Error Buffer/ Device Defective Board
by Prot Blinking LED
I2C Bus related:
I2C bus blocked (front-end) 2 12 ARM E BL/EB SSB SSB
I2C1 bus blocked 2 13 ARM E BL/EB SSB SSB
I2C0 bus blocked 2 14 ARM E BL SSB SSB
System does not boot 2 15 ARM/Stby µP P BL SSB SSB
I2C2 bus blocked (EDID HDMI) 2 18 ARM E BL/EB SSB SSB
Supply related:
DC on speaker 2 11 ARM P BL / SSB
POK (inverter or display supply) 3 17 ADC E EB / Supply
IC related:
HDMI MUX 2 23 ARM E EB ADV3002 SSB
HDMI EDID 2 24 ARM E EB M24C02-WMN6 SSB
ARM (Ambilight) 8 28 ARM E EB NXP LPC2103 AL-module or DC/DC
Tuner (Frontend) 2 34 ARM E EB VA1G5BF8010 SSB
Main NVM 2 35 ARM E / M24C64 SSB

5.5 The Blinking LED Procedure

5.5.1 Introduction In order to avoid confusion with RC5 signal reception blinking,
this blinking procedure is terminated when a RC5 command is
The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors. received.
Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over
time, an error buffer is available, which is capable of storing the
last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not
working properly.

Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure.


The method is to repeatedly let the front LED pulse with as
many pulses as the error code number, followed by a period of
1.5 seconds in which the LED is “off”. Then this sequence is
repeated.

Example (1): error code 4 will result in four times the sequence
LED “on” for 0.25 seconds / LED “off” for 0.25 seconds. After
this sequence, the LED will be “off” for 1.5 seconds. Any RC5
command terminates the sequence. Error code LED blinking is
in red color.

Example (2): the content of the error buffer is “12 9 6 0 0”


After entering SDM, the following occurs:
• 1 long blink of 5 seconds to start the sequence,
• 12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
• 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
• 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
• 1 long blink of 1.5 seconds to finish the sequence,
• The sequence starts again with 12 short blinks.

5.5.2 Displaying the Entire Error Buffer

Additionally, the entire error buffer is displayed when Service


Mode “SDM” is entered. In case the TV set is in protection or
Stand-by: The blinking LED procedure sequence (as in SDM-
mode in normal operation) must be triggered by the following
RC sequence: “MUTE” “062500” “OK”.

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5.6 Fault Finding and Repair Tips 5. Stop bits = 1


6. Flow control = none
Notes: During the start-up of the TV set, the logging will be displayed.
This is also the case during rebooting of the TV set (the same
• It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly
logging appears time after time). Also available in the logging
with correct values and no bad solder joints.
• Before any fault finding actions, check if the correct is the “Display Option Code” (useful when there is no picture),
look for item “DisplayRawNumber” in the beginning of the
options are set.
logging. Tip: when there is no picture available during
rebooting you are able to check for “error devices” in the
5.6.1 Software Protections logging (LAYER 2 error) which can be very helpful to determine
the failure cause of the reboot. For protection state, there is no
Most of the protections and errors use either the stand-by or the logging.
micro processor as detection device. Since in these cases,
checking of observers, polling of ADCs, and filtering of input 5.6.4 Display option code
values are all heavily software based, these protections are
referred to as software protections.
Caution: In case you have replaced the SSB, always check the
There are several types of software related protections, solving
a variety of fault conditions: display option code in SAM, even if you have picture. With a
wrong display option code it is possible that you have picture,
• Protections related to supplies: check of the 12V.
but that in certain conditions you have unwanted side-effects.
• Protections related to breakdown of the safety check
mechanism. E.g. since the protection detections are done
by means of software, failing of the software will have to 5.6.5 Trouble Shooting Tuner section
initiate a protection mode since safety cannot be
guaranteed any more. When there is no picture in analog RF mode:
1. Check whether picture is present in AV mode. If not, tuner
Remark on the Supply Errors section is okay. Check video processing section.
The detection of a supply dip or supply loss during the normal 2. Check if option settings are correct.
playing of the set does not lead to a protection, but to a cold 3. Check if 5 and 33 V supplies are available.
reboot of the set. If the supply is still missing after the reboot, 4. Check if the I2C lines are working correctly (3.3 V).
the TV will go to protection. 5. Manually store a known channel and check if there is IF
output at tuner pin 11. If not, tuner is faulty.
Protections during Start-up 6. Feed in 105 dBuV at tuner pin 11 and check whether there
is CVBS output from IF demodulator IC. If not, IF
During TV start-up, some voltages and IC observers are
demodulator might be faulty. Check components in this
actively monitored to be able to optimize the start-up speed,
and to assure good operation of all components. If these area.
monitors do not respond in a defined way, this indicates a
malfunction of the system and leads to a protection. 5.7 Software Upgrading
5.6.2 Hardware Protections 5.7.1 Introduction

The only real hardware protection in this chassis is (in case of It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the
an audio problem) the audio protection circuit that will trigger USB port. This allows replacement of a software image in a
the uP to switch “off” the TV. stand alone set, without the need of an E-JTAG debugger. A
description on how to upgrade the main software can be found
Repair Tip in the DFU.
• It is also possible that you have an audio DC protection
because of an interruption in one or both speakers (the DC Important: When the NAND-Flash must be replaced, a new
voltage that is still on the circuit cannot disappear through SSB must be ordered, due to the presence of the security keys!
the speakers). (copy protection keys, MAC address, ...).
Caution: (dis)connecting the speaker wires during the ON Perform the following actions after SSB replacement:
state of the TV at high volume can damage the audio 1. Set the correct option codes (see sticker inside the TV).
amplifier. 2. Update the TV software => see the DFU for instructions.
3. Perform the alignments as described in chapter 6.
5.6.3 Logging 4. Check in CSM if the HDMI key, MAC address.. are valid.
For the correct order number of a new SSB, always refer to the
When something is wrong with the TV set (f.i.the set is Spare Parts list on the Philips Service web portal!
rebooting) you can check for more information via the logging
in Hyperterminal. The Hyperterminal is available in every 5.7.2 Software Upgrade
Windows application via Programs, Accessories,
Communications, Hyperterminal. Connect a “ComPair UART”- SW versions can be divided in three types:
cable (3138 188 75051) from the service connector in the TV to • SW that can not crash the working of the set.
the “multi function” jack at the front of ComPair II box. – EDID NVM. If the download fails, the set is still running
Required settings in ComPair before starting to log: and the download can start again.
- Start up the ComPair application. – Main NVM: If the download fails the default NVM value
- Select the correct database (open file “Q549.3E LA”, this will can be loaded. NVM can be loaded via USB, be aware
set the ComPair interface in the appropriate mode). PCBA alignments stored in NVM will not be overridden.
- Close ComPair • SW that is “fool proof”: There is a backup version, a main
After start-up of the Hyperterminal, fill in a name (f.i. “logging”) interruption during upgrade shall not crash the normal
in the “Connection Description” box, then apply the following working, a new upgrade can be started.
settings: – Main SW image: Upgradable via USB.
1. COMx – Standby SW.
2. Bits per second = 115200 – ARM Ambilight (if applicable): Upgradable via USB.
3. Data bits = 8 • SW that is not “fool proof”.
4. Parity = none

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– Bootloader: Upgradable via USB in SAM (Note: must


be done by service personnel).

SW for all model numbers is loaded to the Philips Service portal


(P4S) and contains the following software:
• Process_NVM_LC09Mxxx.bin: mainly for factory use to
load main NVM. Can be used by service if applicable.
• LC09M_VGAxxxx.bin: for loading VGA NVM using
ComPair tool.
• LC09M_HDMIxxxx.bin: for loading HDMI NVM via
ComPair (HDMI MUX EDID) tool.
• The Autorun.upg file, which is available on P4C (the
consumer web site), contains:
– Main SW.
– Standby SW.
– Bootloader SW (via SAM upgradable).
– Ambilight SW (if applicable).

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6. Alignments
Index of this chapter: • Press OK on the RC before the cursor is moved to the left.
6.1 General Alignment Conditions • In main menu select “Store” and press OK on the RC.
6.2 Hardware Alignments • Press MENU on the RC to switch back to the main menu.
6.3 Software Alignments • Switch the set to stand-by mode.
6.4 Option Settings
For the next alignments, supply the following test signals via a
Note: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual video generator to the RF input:
situation, due to the different set executions. • LATAM models: an NTSC M TV-signal with a signal
strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 61.25 MHz
General: The Service Default Mode (SDM) and Service (channel 3).
Alignment Mode (SAM) are described in chapter 5. Menu
navigation is done with the CURSOR UP, DOWN, LEFT or 6.3.1 White Point
RIGHT keys of the remote control transmitter.
• Set “Active control” to “Off”.
6.1 General Alignment Conditions • Choose “TV menu”, “TV Settings” and then “Picture” and
set picture settings as follows:
Perform all electrical adjustments under the following Picture Setting

conditions: Dynamic backlight Off

• Power supply voltage: 120 - 230 VAC / 50 Hz (± 10%). Dynamic Contrast Off

• Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer Colour Enhancement Off

with low internal resistance. Picture Format Unscaled

• Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes. Light Sensor Off

• Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct Brightness 50

ground (e.g. measure audio signals in relation to Colour 0

AUDIO_GND). Contrast 100

Caution: It is not allowed to use heatsinks as ground.


• Test probe: Ri > 10 Mohm, Ci < 20 pF. • Go to the SAM and select “Alignments”-> “White point”.
• Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform
alignments. White point alignment LCD screens:
• Use a 100% white screen as input signal and set the
following values (in SAM mode):
6.2 Hardware Alignments – “Color temperature” to “Cool”.
– “Whitepoint red”, “Whitepoint green”, and “Whitepoint
There are no hardware alignments foreseen for this chassis, blue” values to “127”.
but below find an overview of the most important DC voltages – “Red BL offset” and “Green BL offset” values to “7”.
on the SSB. These can be used for checking proper functioning With a color analyzer:
of the DC/DC converters. Depending on which color analyzer you use (CS-200 or CA-
Description Test Point Specifications (V) Diagram 210), and what kind of panel is mounted in the set (CCFL with
Min. Typ. Max. panel codes 231/232, or LED with panel codes 233/234/236),
+12VS F118 11.70 12.30 12.91 B01_DC-DC different values apply. Refer to
+3V3_STBY F113 3.20 3.30 3.40 B01_DC-DC • Measure with a calibrated, contactless (max. 25 mm
+3V3_SW F127 3.17 3.34 3.5 B01_DC-DC distance) color analyzer in the centre of the screen.
+1V2_SW F139 1.18 1.25 1.31 B01_DC-DC Consequently, the measurement needs to be done in a
+5V_SW F130 4.98 5.25 5.51 B01_DC-DC dark environment.
+1V8_SW F101 1.74 1.83 1.92 B01_DC-DC • Adjust one or two registers (so holding one of the White
+1V0_SW F124 0.99 1.05 1.10 B01_DC-DC point registers R, G or B on 127) to obtain the “Cool” x,y
+8V_SW F126 7.6 8.0 8.4 B01_DC-DC values (see Table 6-1). Tolerance: dx: ± 0.004, dy: ± 0.004.
+5VS F232 4.94 5.2 5.46 B02_Tuner_IF • Repeat this step for the “Normal” and “Warm” color
+1V2SW F220 1.14 1.2 1.26 B02_Tuner_IF temperatures.
+2V5_SW F208 2.38 2.5 2.62 B02_Tuner_IF • When finished press “OK” on the RC and then press
+3V3_SW F209 3.14 3.3 3.46 B02_Tuner_IF “Store” (in the SAM root menu) to store the aligned values
+5VTUN_DIGIT F203 4.75 5 5.25 B02_Tuner_IF into the NVM.
AL • Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments.
VLS_15V6 FKFD 14.82 15.6 16.38 B14B_TCON_DC/DC
VGH_35V FKFA 33.25 35.0 36.75 B14B_TCON_DC/DC Table 6-1 White D alignment values, CS-200 color analyzer
VGL_-6V FKFK -6.32 -6.02 -5.72 B14B_TCON_DC/DC
all panels
VCC_3V3 FKFB 3.14 3.3 3.47 B14B_TCON_DC/DC
VCC_1V2 FKDD 1.14 1.2 1.26 B14A_TCON_CONTROL
Value Cool (11000 K) Normal (9000 K) Warm (6500 K)
x 0.276 0.287 0.313
6.3 Software Alignments y 0.282 0.296 0.329

Put the set in SAM mode (see chapter 5. Service Modes, Error Table 6-2 White D alignment values, CA-210 color analyzer
Codes, and Fault Finding). The SAM menu will now appear on
CCFL panel (panel codes 231/232)
the screen. Select ALIGNMENTS and go to one of the sub
menus. The alignments are explained below.
Value Cool (10100 K) Normal (8510 K) Warm (6250 K)
x 0.280 0.290 0.317
The following item can be aligned:
y 0.287 0.300 0.333
• Whitepoint.

To store the data:

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Table 6-3 White D alignment values, CA-210 color analyzer 6.4.2 Dealer Options
LED panel (panel codes 233/234/236)
For dealer options, in SAM select “Dealer options”.
Value Cool (9330 K) Normal (7940 K) Warm (6060 K) See Table 6-6.
x 0.282 0.293 0.320
y 0.298 0.313 0.346 6.4.3 (Service) Options

Without a color analyzer, you can use below default values. Select the sub menu's to set the initialization codes (options) of
This is the next best solution. The default values are average the model number via text menus.
values coming from production (statistics). See Table 6-6.
• Select a “Color Temperature” (e.g. “Cool”, “Normal”, or
“Warm”). 6.4.4 Opt. No. (Option numbers)
• Set the “Whitepoint Red”, “- Green” and “- Blue” default
values according to the values in the “Tint settings” table. Select this sub menu to set all options at once (expressed in
• When finished press “OK” on the RC, then press “Store” (in two long strings of numbers).
the SAM root menu) to store the aligned values into the An option number (or “option byte”) represents a number of
NVM. different options. When you change these numbers directly,
• Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments. you can set all options very quickly. All options are controlled
via eight option numbers.
Table 6-4 Tint settings (default values) When the NVM is replaced, all options will require resetting. To
be certain that the factory settings are reproduced exactly, you
Colour Temp. R G B must set both option number lines. You can find the correct
32-inch Picasso (32PFL3805D) option numbers on a sticker inside the TV set and in Table
Cool 115 127 109 “Option code overview”.
Normal 120 127 95
Warm 127 123 63 Example: The options sticker gives the following option
32-inch van Gogh (32PFL5605D) numbers:
Cool 102 127 120 • 25604 00386 00235 56068
Normal 107 127 104 • 08395 05120 00000 00000
Warm 122 127 72
32-inch da Vinci (32PFL6605D) The first line (group 1) indicates hardware options 1 to 4.
Cool 99 127 120 Example: option no. “2” contains the “cabinet type”.
Normal 103 127 105 The second line (group 2) indicates software options 5 to 8.
Warm 118 127 74 Example: option no. “5” contains the “display code”.
40-inch Picasso (40PFL3805D) Every 5-digit number represents 16 bits (so the maximum value
Cool 121 127 122 will be 65536 if all options are set).
Normal 125 127 108 When all the correct options are set, the sum of the decimal
Warm 127 116 65 values of each Option Byte (OB) will give the option number.
40-inch van Gogh (40PFL5605D) See Table 6-5 for the options. Always refer to the sticker in the
Cool 93 118 127 TV-set as leading.
Normal 107 126 120
Warm 122 125 82
Diversity
40-inch da Vinci (40PFL6605D)
Not all sets with the same Commercial Type Number (CTN)
Cool 88 120 127
necessarily have the same option code!
Normal 98 127 114
Warm 115 127 75
46-inch van Gogh (46PFL5605D)
Use of Alternative BOM
Cool 103 116 127
An alternative BOM number usually indicates the use of an
Normal 122 126 124
alternative display. This results in another Display Code thus in
Warm 127 119 87
another Option code. Refer to chapter 3. Precautions, Notes,
46-inch da Vinci (46PFL6605D)
and Abbreviation List.
Cool 102 124 126
Normal 110 127 115 6.4.5 Option code overview
Warm 123 127 84
Table 6-5 Option code overview (subject to change)
6.4 Option Settings
Model Number Option Codes Displ.
Code
6.4.1 Introduction 32PFL3805D/xx 01028 00385 00171 56068 08423 04096 00000 00000 231
32PFL5605D/xx 09220 08578 00171 56068 08425 04096 00000 00000 233
The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C 32PFL6605D/xx 09252 08578 00171 56068 08425 04096 00000 00000 233
ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make 40PFL3805D/xx 01028 00385 00171 56068 08424 04096 00000 00000 232
digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know 40PFL5605D/xx 09220 08579 00171 56068 08426 04096 00000 00000 234
which ICs to address. The presence/absence of these specific 40PFL6605D/xx 09268 08579 00171 56068 08426 04096 00000 00000 234
ICs (or functions) is made known by the option codes. 46PFL5605D/xx 09220 08579 00171 56068 08428 04096 00000 00000 236
46PFL6605D/xx 09284 08579 00171 56068 08428 04096 00000 00000 236
Notes:
• After changing the option(s), save them with the STORE
command.
• The new option setting becomes active after the TV is
switched “off” and “on” again with the mains switch (the
EAROM is then read again).

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6.5 Total Overview SAM modes

Table 6-6 SAM mode overview (usage is model dependent)

Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Sub-menu 3 Description


Hardware Info A. SW VERSION e.g. “QL92L_1.33.0.0” Displays TV & Standby SW version and CTN serial
number.
B. Standby processor version e.g. “STDBY_88.68.0.0”
C. Production code e.g. “VN010935123456”
Operation hours Displays the accumulated total of operation hours.TV
switched “on/off” & every 0.5 hours is increase one
Errors Displayed the most recent errors.
Reset error buffer Clears all content in the error buffer.
Alignment Tuner AGC RF-AGC Take over point adjustment (AGC default
value is 80)
White point Colour temperature Normal 3 different modes of colour temperature can be se-
lected
Warn
Cool
White point red LCD White Point Alignment. For values,
White point green see Table 6-4.
White point blue
Red black level offset
Green black level offset
Dealer options Personal options Picture mute Off/On Select Picture mute On/Off. Picture is muted / not
muted in case no input signal is detected at input
connectors.
Virgin mode Off/On Select Virgin mode On/Off. TV starts up / does not
start up (once) with a language selection menu after
the mains switch is turned “on” for the first time (virgin
mode)
E-sticker Off/On Select E-sticker On/Off (USPs on-screen)
Auto store mode None
PDC/VPS
TXT page
PDC/VPS/TXT
Options Digital broadcast DVB Off/On Select DVB On/Off
DVB - T installation Off/On or Country dependent Select DVB T installation On/Off or by country
DVB - T light Off/On Select DVB T light On/Off
DVB - C Off/On Select DVB C On/Off
DVB - C installation Off/On or Country dependent Select DVB C installation On/Off or by country
Over the air download Off/On or Country dependent Select Over the air download On/Off or by country
8 days EPG Off/On Select 8 day EPG On/Off
Digital features USB Off/On Select USB On/Off
Ethernet Off/On Select Ethernet On/Off
Wi-Fi Off/On Select Wi-Fi On/Off
DLNA Off/On Select DLNA On/Off
On-line service Off On-line service is Off
PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) Off/On Select PTP On/Off
Update assistant Off/On Select Update assistant On/Off
Internet software update Off Internet software update is Off
Data EPG Off/On Select EPG On/Off
TvTv EPG Off/On Select TvTv EPG On/Off
Display Screen e.g. “130 - LGD WUE SAA1 42"“ Displayed the panel code & type model.
Dimming backlight Off/On Select Dimming Backlight On/Off
LightGuide Off/On Select LightGuide On/Off
Display fans Not present/Present Select Display fans Present/Not present.
Temperature sensor Sensor present in display (only for N.A.
21:9)
Temperature LUT 0 N.A
E-box & monitor Off/On Select E-box & monitor On/Off
Video reproduction Picture processing None/PNX5100 Select Picture processing None/PNX5100 (Q549.xE
chassis).
MOP local contrast Off/On Select MOP local contrast On/Off
Light sensor Off/On Select Light sensor On/Off
Light sensor type 0/1/2/3 Select Light sensor type form 0 to 3 (for difference
styling).
Pixel Plus type Pixel Plus HD Select type of picture improvement.
Perfect Pixel HD
Pixel Precise HD
Pixel Plus Off/On Select Pixel Plus On/Off
Ambilight Off/Mono/Stereo/Triple/Quad/Pixe- Select type of Ambilight modules use.
lated quad
Ambilight technology CCFL/LED Select Ambilight technology.
Ambilight driver Pacific 3/MOP/DFI Select Ambilight driver.
Pacific 3 Not present/Present Select Pacific 3 presence.
MOP Not present/Present Select MOP presence.
MOP ambilight Off/On Select MOP ambilight On/Off

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Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Sub-menu 3 Description


Audio reproduction Acoustic system Cabinet design used for setting dynamic audio pa-
rameters
Source selection EXT1/AV1 type SCART CVBS RGB LR Select input source when connected with external
equipment
CVBS Y/C YPbPr LR
CVBS Y/C YPbPr HV LR
(CVBS) YPbPr LR
EXT2/AV2 type SCART CVBS RGB LR Select input source when connected with external
equipment
CVBS Y/C LR
(CVBS) YPbPr LR
CVBS Y/C LR
EXT3/AV3 type None Select input source when connected with external
equipment
CVBS
CVBS LR
YPbPr
YPbPr LR
YPbPr HV LR
VGA Off/On Select VGA On/Off
SIDE I/O Off/On Select SIDE I/O On/Off
HDMI 1 Off/On Select HDMI 1 On/Off
HDMI 2 Off/On Select HDMI 2 On/Off
HDMI 3 Off/On Select HDMI 3 On/Off
HDMI 4 Off/On Select HDMI 4 On/Off
HDMI side Off/On Select HDMI side On/Off
HDMI CEC Off/On Select HDMI CEC On/Off
HDMI CEC RC pass through Off/On Select HDMI CEC RC pass through On/Off
HDMI CEC Pixel Plus link Off/On Select Pixel Plus link On/Off
USB version USB 1.0/USB 2.0 Select USB version
S/PDIF inputs None/1 connector Select no. of inputs
Miscellaneous Region Europe/AP-PAL-MULTI/Australia Select Region/country
ATSC/DVB-T Off/On Select feature On/Off
Over the air download (AOD) Off/On Select feature On/Off
DVB-T installation Off/Country dependent/On Select feature On/Off
DVB-C Off/On Select feature On/Off
DVB-C installation Off/Country dependent/On Select feature On/Off
MPEG4 Off/On Select feature On/Off
Tuner type HD1816-MK1/TD1716-MK4/etc. Select type of Tuner used
Nyquist SAW filter Off/On Select feature On/Off
I2C configuration With PCA9540/9515/channel dec. Select configuration
Channel decoder TDA10048/etc. Select channel decoder
Remote control assistant Off/On Select feature On/Off
System RC support Off/On Select System RC support On/Off
Embedded user manual Off/On Select Embedded user manual On/Off
Start-up screen Off/On Select Start-up screen On/Off
Wallpaper Off/On Select Wallpaper On/Off
Hotel mode Off Hotel mode is Off
Video playback Off/On Select feature On/Off
Update assistant Off/On Select feature On/Off
Board identifier TV520/82 / TV520/82M Select chassis
Light guide Off/On Select feature On/Off
Option number Group 1 e.g. “08192.02181.01387.45160” The first line (group 1) indicates HW options 1 - 4
Group 2 e.g. “10185.12448.00164.00000” The second line (group 2) indicates SW options 5 - 8
Store Store after changing
Initialise NVM N.A.
Store Select Store in the SAM root menu after making any
changes
SW maintenance Software events Display Displayed information is for development purposes
Clear
Test reboot
Hardware events Display Displayed information is for development purposes
Clear
Operation hours display 0003 In case the display must be swapped for repair, you
can reset the “”Display operation hours” to “0”. So,
this one does keeps up the lifetime of the display it-
self (mainly to compensate the degeneration behav-
iour)
Test settings Digital info Displayed information is for development purposes.
Install start frequency 000 Install start frequency from “0” MHz
Install end frequency 999 Install end frequency as 999 MHz
Default install frequency
Installation Digital only Select Digital only or Digital + Analogue before instal-
lation.
Digital + Analogue

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Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Sub-menu 3 Description


Development file ver- Development 1 file version Display parameters DISPT 3.26.8.7 Displayed information is for development purposes.
sions Acoustics parameters ACSTS 3.6.6.5
PQ - PRFPP 1.26.10.4
Ambilight parameters PRFAM 2.6.1.3
Development 2 file version 12NC one zip software Displayed information is for development purposes.
Initial main software
NVM version Q5492_0.4.0.0
Flash units SW Q5492_0.26.15.0
Upload to USB Channel list To upload several settings from the TV to an USB
stick
Personal settings
Option codes
Display-related alignment
History list
Download from USB Channel list To download several settings from the USB stick to
the TV.
Personal settings
Option codes
Display-related alignments

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7. Circuit Descriptions
Index of this chapter:
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Power Architecture

Notes:
• Only new circuits (circuits that are not published recently)
are described.
• Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due
to different set executions.
• For a good understanding of the following circuit
descriptions, please use chapter 9. Block Diagrams and
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts. Where necessary,
you will find a separate drawing for clarification.

7.1 Introduction

The LC9.3L LA chassis is based on the LC9.2L LA chassis with 7.1.1 Architecture Overview
added TCON and Ambilight circuitry integrated on the SSB. For
all other circuitry, refer to the LC9.1/LC9.2L LA Service Manual. For details about the chassis block diagrams refer to chapter
Block Diagrams. An overview of the architecture can be found
in Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-2.

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HDMI 1 MediaTek Sharp DFR DFR Panel


HDMI 2 ADV3002 MT5392 Timing Control LED / CCFL
MUX Digital Colour Decoder
HDMI 3 10-bit video
(Reserved) 4-field HD MADI
TS in (MPEG2/MPEG4)
2K10
HD-DNM LPC2103 Ambilight
FRC 100/120Hz
CVBS Module
RF in (Antenna) Tuner
RF in (Cable) SHARP NIM SIF FLASH
128MB

USB2.0

SPDIF TDA8932
Reserved CLASS D
2 Ch Audio Amp

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Figure 7-1 Architecture LC9.3L LA chassis - general

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1.8V 2pcs 32 M × 32 (1Gbit)


GDDR3 1 Gbit NAND 3.3V

audio
Power
amplifier
Serial TS
OFDM
Sharp demod

5V CVBS Video/Audio SPDIF out


processor SPDIF
CVI1/2+Audio L/R
2 × CVI
5V
AV IN Audio L/R
MT5392 3V3
DVI Audio 1V05 12V
DC-DC
EDID 1V8
Mux
VGA 1V2
ADC 8V

3V3
4:1 Mux
(ADV3002) Pixel stby
processing
/Scaler Quad LVDS
1920 × 1080p@ 100Hz
EDID HDMI v1.3
5V
3V3
Ambilight

USB2.0 I/O:PWM/Backlight
- JPEG
- MP3
uP Tcon/PSU/.. controls
- MPEG4

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Figure 7-2 Architecture LC9.3L LA chassis - detailed

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7.1.2 SSB Cell Layout

LVDS 51P LVDS 41P 1P81 1M 59 1P80


MiniLVDS LEFT MiniLVDS RIGHT
1M 20

T C O N D C /D C
TIMING CONTROLLER
QFP200, 0.5mm
NVM

GAMMA
Am bi
1M 99

Eth e rn e t
N AN D F lash Tra n sce ive r LPC2103F

D C /D C
and Eth e rn e t

J TA G
TS -
1M 95

Q uad - LVD S

IN
/N AN D Ser ial T S
G P IO

D D R In ter fa ce
I²S

C la s s -D
S P D IF
M T5392 U F M J
A udio
GD D R 3 DAC

Pit ch :1 .00 m m A nalog


A udio

Tu n er
1735

V A1G5BF8010
H DM I
G P IO

C omponent
U SB

S TB
CVBS

Y
V id e o YC
1736

U SB2.0

AD V3 0 0 2
R L Pr Pb Y SVC
R L Y HP

SPD IF VG A
Output A u d io

VGA

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Figure 7-3 SSB cell layout

7.2 Power Architecture

For an overview of the output voltages of the Power Supplies,


refer to the wiring diagrams in chapter Block Diagrams.

Refer to Figure 7-4 for the power architecture.

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8.0 V +/−0.40 V
Regulator
VS = +12 V
1.05 V +/−0.05 V
DCDC
1.83 V +/−0.05 V
GDDR3 × 2

3.34 V +/−0.16 V
DCDC
EEPROM
5.25 V +/−0.26 V Regulator MT5392

USB2.0 NVM

Regulator coil Regulator


5.20 V Flash
5.0 V 2.50 V
+/−0.25 V +/−0.26 V +/−0.12 V
HDMI MUX

Tuner Circuitry
1.25 V +/-0.06 V
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Figure 7-4 Power architecture

7.3 Front-end

Refer to Figure 7-5 for the front-end architecture.

VA1G5BF8010

RF_SW
GAIN_SW GPIO
BB(5 V) +5 V TUN_DIGITAL
B1(5 V)
AFT
SIF_OUT
VIDEO_OUT
MT5392
B2(2.5 V) +2V5_SW Transistor ADIN
B3(3.3 V) +3V3_SW Buffer
B4(1.2 V) +1V2_SW
SYRSTN
SDA AUDIO IN Transport
SCL
stream
RSEORF MT5392 Input
SBYTE I2C VIDEO IN I2C
SPBVAL
SRDT
SRCK

Transport Stream

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Figure 7-5 Front-end architecture

Below find an explanation of the signals that are used: • SDA/SCL: communication between tuner and MT5392
• RF_SW: switching signal between cable and antenna: • SBYTE: transport stream for digital channel inputs
- 0 V: antenna • SPBVAL: transport stream for digital channel inputs
- 3V3: cable • SRDT: transport stream for digital channel inputs
• GAIN_SW: Low-Noise Amplifier (LNA) • SRCK: transport stream for digital channel inputs.
- “On”: antenna
- “Off”: cable
• AFT: Frequency Fine Tuning; for analog use only
• SIF_OUT: audio for analog channel
• VIDEO_OUT: video for analog channel
• SYRSTN: reset for tuner

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7.4 HDMI

Refer to Figure 7-6 for the HDMI architecture.

CEC

TMDS
HDMI
DDC
Connector 1
5V
HOTPLUG TMDS

TMDS
HDMI
DDC
ADV3002
Connector 2
DDC
5V
HOTPLUG
Local I2C
MT5392
TMDS
HDMI
DDC Reset
Connector
side 5V
HOTPLUG

EDID I2C

EDID_WC
EDID E2PROM

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Figure 7-6 HDMI architecture

Below find an explanation of the signals that are used: • TMDS: signal that contains video and audio
• DDC: EDID information is read through the I2C lines and is • HOTPLG: to initiate the source device for EDID reading
used for the HDCP authentication process as well and HDCP authentication
• CEC: connected to MT5392 and all HDMI input ports • 5V: to indicate the presence of the source device for the
directly acknowledgement of the MT5392.
• EDID_WC: used to disable the write protection pin of the
EEPROM; when updating the EEPROM, pull this pin LOW

7.5 USB

Refer to Figure 7-7 for the USB architecture.

7400 7D00 +5V_SW


USB_PWE
GPIO 1 EN_ VIN

RT9715HGS
USB_OC 1D03
GPIO 2 FLG_
VOUT 5V USB
MT5392 connector

USB _DM
USB DM
USB _DP
USB DP

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Figure 7-7 USB architecture

Below find an explanation of the signals that are used: – if the die temperature exceeds 120 degrees C, the
• USB_OC: signal will be “LOW” (logic “0”), which will restart the set
– normal operation signal level is “HIGH” (logic “1”) • USB_PWR_EN: to enable or disable the USB power switch
– when the 5V supply to the USB device exceeds a RT9715HGS; to enable, this signal must be set to logic “0”
current limit of 700 mA, the RT9715HGS will pull the • USB_DM, USB_DP: USB differential signal.
signal level to “LOW” state (logic “0”), which will restart
the set

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7.6 I 2C

Refer to Figure 7-8 for the I2C architecture.

+3V3_SW ForDebugging
10K
+3V3_SW
10K
10k

10k

100R

100R
SDA-MAIN
OSDA0 (J30) 22R 5 NVM
OSCL0 (J29) 22R 6 7605
SCL-MAIN
+3V3_SW
10p 10p
4k7

4k7

OSDA1 (K30)
AMBI_SDA
100R 48
Ambilight
μController
OSCL1 (K29) 100R 47
AMBI_SCL 7801
MT5392 40
27
DDC_SDA HDMIMUX
OSDA2 (AJ10) 68
7900
OSCL2 (AK10) 22R 67
DDC_SCL
+3V3_SW
47p
4k7

4k7

FRONTEND_SDA TUNER_SDA 12
L28 1R 100R
L29
TUNER
1R 100R 13
FRONTEND_SCL TUNER_SCL
15p 1205
15p

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Figure 7-8 I2C architecture

7.7 TCON

The Timing Controller is integrated in the SSB (“Forward


Integration” concept). Refer to Figure 7-9 for the TCON system
block diagram.

EEPROM

LVDS (10bit) Mini - LVDS


Timing
Controller

Control
Signals
Gamma
MTK

Reference Source Drive IC


Voltage
+3V3
+ 1V2
Gate Drive IC

+ 15.6V
+12V Power TFT – LCD Panel
Block
VGH (+35V)
VGL ( − 6V)

Main Platform TCON

LCD Panel
SSB
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Figure 7-9 TCON system block diagram

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7.8 Ambilight

Refer to Figure 7-10 for the Ambilight architecture.

MTK S S B
A m bilight B oard 1 A m bilight B oard 2

1M 59 1M 83 1M 84 1M 83 1M 84
EEPR OM EEPR OM
μP
M T K 5392 I 2C LP C 2103 A M B I-S P I

T em p s ens or 25p F F C 25p F F C


+ 3V 3
LE D LE D
driv er driv er
T LC 5946 T LC 5946

+24V
1M 72
4P 2.0m m

4p

PSU 1M 09
4P 2.0m m

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Figure 7-10 Ambilight architecture

The MTK5392 outputs through an I2C bus. The data is then


captured by the LPC2103 microprocessor which converts the
RGB input data (I2C) into RGB output through an SPI bus,
which is further transmitted to the Ambilight LED board via an
SPI interface (SPI + extra signals).

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8. IC Data Sheets
This section shows the internal block diagrams and pin layouts
of ICs that are drawn as "black boxes" in the electrical diagrams
(with the exception of "memory" and "logic" ICs).

8.1 Diagram B03 SSB 313912364811: Class-D & Muting, Type TDA8932BT (IC7311), Audio Amplifier

Block diagram
OSCREF OSCIO VDDA

10 31 8
28
BOOT1

OSCILLATOR 29
2 VDDP1
IN1P DRIVER
HIGH
27
VSSD PWM OUT1
MODULATOR CTRL
DRIVER 26
VSSP1
LOW
3
IN1N
21
12 MANAGER BOOT2
INREF
20
15 VDDP2
IN2P DRIVER
HIGH
22
PWM OUT2
MODULATOR CTRL
DRIVER 23
VSSP2
LOW
14
IN2N
PROTECTIONS:
OVP, OCP, OTP, VDDA
UVP, TF, WP 25
STABILIZER 11 V STAB1
4
DIAG VSSP1

VDDA
24
STABILIZER 11 V STAB2
7 VSSP2
CGND

6 18
POWERUP REGULATOR 5 V DREF
VSSD
MODE

5
ENGAGE
VDDA 11
HVPREF

30
HVP1

VSSA
13 TDA8932 19
TEST HVP2

HALF SUPPLY VOLTAGE


9 1, 16, 17, 32

VSSA VSSD(HW)

Pinning information
VSSD(HW) 1 32 VSSD(HW)
IN1P 2 31 OSCIO
IN1N 3 30 HVP1
DIAG 4 29 VDDP1
ENGAGE 5 28 BOOT1
POWERUP 6 27 OUT1
CGND 7 26 VSSP1
VDDA 8 25 STAB1
TDA8932T
VSSA 9 24 STAB2
OSCREF 10 23 VSSP2
HVPREF 11 22 OUT2
INREF 12 21 BOOT2
TEST 13 20 VDDP2
IN2N 14 19 HVP2
IN2P 15 18 DREF
VSSD(HW) 16 17 VSSD(HW)

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Figure 8-1 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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8.2 Diagram B04A SSB 313912364811: MTK Power, Type MT5392 (IC7400), CPU / Demodulator / Decoder

Block diagram
Tuner Component
CVBS/ Analog HDMI Tuner Audio DDR2
In YC Input Input Input Panel GDDR3
Rx In

VADCx4 HDMI In Audio Audio LVDS DDR


DTD I/F Demod ADC DRAM
TV Controller
Decoder
MJC and Post
Audio In Processing
TS
ARM11 Demux VDO-In

BIM Video Decoder


OSD Vplane
De-interlace scaler scaler
2-D Graphic

DRAM Bus

IO Bus CEC T8032 CKGEN


Audio DSP
JTAG IrDA I2C USB2.0 Watchdog Serial Flash Servo ADC
Audio I/F
Audio DAC BScan PVR RTC UART SDIO Ethernet MAC PWM NAND Flash

SPDIF, I2S

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Figure 8-2 Internal block diagram

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8.3 Diagram B06 SSB 313912364811: HDMI & Multiplexer, Type ADV3002 (IC7900), HDMI MUX

Block diagram
SEL[1:0] TX_EN RESETB

SERIAL PARALLEL ADV3002


AVCC
I2C_SDA AVEE
I2C_SCL CONFIG CONTROL
2 INTERFACE LOGIC
I2C_ADDR[1:0]
AVCC AVCC

LOS
IN_x_CLK+ + 4 +
OUT_CLK+
– 4 –
IN_x_CLK– OUT_CLK–
+ +
IN_x_DATA2+ OUT_DATA2+
– 4 –
IN_x_DATA2– SWITCH OUT_DATA2–
+ 4 +
IN_x_DATA1+ CORE OUT_DATA1+
– 4 EQ –
IN_x_DATA1– OUT_DATA1–
+ 4 +
IN_x_DATA0+ OUT_DATA0+
– 4 –
IN_x_DATA0– OUT_DATA0–
TMDS

AVCC AVCC
DDC_xxx_A 2
2 2
DDC_xxx_B SWITCH DDC_SCL_COM,
2
DDC_xxx_C CORE DDC_SDA_COM
2
DDC_xxx_D
3.3V 3.3V

CEC_IN CEC_OUT

DDC/CEC
BIDIRECTIONAL

REPLICATOR EDID_ENABLE
CONTROL 2 EDID_SCL,
EDID EDID_SDA
P5V_A
P5V_B 5V
COMBINER AMUXVCC
P5V_C
P5V_D
EDID EEPROM INTERFACE
HPD_A
HPD_B
HPD_C HPD
HPD_D CONTROL

HOT PLUG DETECT

Pinning information
DDC_SDA_COM
DDC_SCL_COM

EDID_ENABLE
DDC_SDA_A

DDC_SDA_B

DDC_SDA_C

DDC_SDA_D
DDC_SCL_A

DDC_SCL_B

DDC_SCL_C

DDC_SCL_D

EDID_SDA
AMUXVCC

EDID_SCL
CEC_OUT
CEC_IN
P5V_A
P5V_B
P5V_C
P5V_D

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61

IN_B_CLK– 1 60 IN_C_DATA2+
PIN 1
IN_B_CLK+ 2 59 IN_C_DATA2–
HPD_B 3 58 HPD_C
IN_B_DATA0– 4 57 IN_C_DATA1+
IN_B_DATA0+ 5 56 IN_C_DATA1–
HPD_A 6 55 HPD_D
IN_B_DATA1– 7 54 IN_C_DATA0+
ADV3002
IN_B_DATA1+ 8 53 IN_C_DATA0–
TOP VIEW
AVCC 9 (Not to Scale) 52 AVCC
IN_B_DATA2– 10 51 IN_C_CLK+
IN_B_DATA2+ 11 50 IN_C_CLK–
SEL0 12 49 I2C_ADDR0
IN_A_CLK– 13 48 IN_D_DATA2+
IN_A_CLK+ 14 47 IN_D_DATA2–
SEL1 15 46 AVEE
IN_A_DATA0– 16 45 IN_D_DATA1+
IN_A_DATA0+ 17 44 IN_D_DATA1–
AVCC 18 43 AVCC
IN_A_DATA1– 19 42 IN_D_DATA0+
IN_A_DATA1+ 20 41 IN_D_DATA0–

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
RESETB

I2C_SDA
I2C_SCL
AVEE

TX_EN

AVEE

AVCC
OUT_CLK+
OUT_CLK–
IN_A_DATA2–
IN_A_DATA2+

OUT_DATA2+
OUT_DATA2–

OUT_DATA1+
OUT_DATA1–

OUT_DATA0+
OUT_DATA0–

IN_D_CLK–
IN_D_CLK+
I2C_ADDR1

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Figure 8-3 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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9. Block Diagrams
Wiring Diagram 32" - 40" (Picasso)
WIRING DIAGRAM 32"- 40" PICASSO

TO BACKLIGHT TO DISPLAY LCD DISPLAY TO DISPLAY


Board Level Repair (1004)
32"

Component Level Repair


Only For Authorized Workshop

TO BACKLIGHT
TO BACKLIGHT

40"
8KA1
8319
1M95 (B01A) 1M99 (B01A)

8316
1. +3V3STDBY 1. +12VDISP
2. STANDBY 2. +12VDISP
3. GND 3. GND 8KA2
4. GND 4. GND
5. GND 5. LAMP-ON-A
6. +12VS 6. PWM-DIMMING
7. +12VS 7. BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A
8. +12VS 8. GND 1M20 (B14F) 1KA1 (B14E) 1KA2 (B14E)
9. +24VAUDIO 9. POWER-OK-A 1. LIGHT-SENSOR 1. GND 1. GND
10. GNDSND 2. GND | |
11. N.C. 3. RC 11. VLS_15V6 11. VLS_15V6
4. LED-2 12. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6
LOUDSPEAKER 5. +3V3-STANDBY | |
1319 1316 6. LED-1 33. VCC_3V3 33. VCC_3V3
(5213) 7. KEYBOARD 34. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3
1P3 1P3
8. +5V | |
78. VGH_35V 78. VGH_35V
HIGH VOLTAGE 79. VGL_-6V 79. VGL_-6V
1735 (B03) 80. GND 80. GND
1. SPEAKER_LEFT+
2. SPEAKER_LEFT-
3. SPEAKER_RIGHT+
4. SPEAKER_RIGHT-

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

1M99
8M20

9P
IPB 32 PLHC-P984A B
IPB 40 PLHE-P986A B
(1005) 1M20 1KA2 1KA1
8P 80P 80P
SSB
B
1M95
11P

(1150)

1M99
8M99

9P
1M95

TUNER
11P
8M95
KEYBOARD CONTROL

1735
4P

USB
HDMI
PHONE
SPDIF
(1114)

HDMI HDMI VGA

2P3
1308
E

N L
3P
J1

MAINS CORD
8191

IR/LED BOARD
J2
3P
J1
8P
J (1112)

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Wiring Diagram 32" - 46" (van Gogh)


WIRING DIAGRAM 32"- 46" VAN GOGH
TO DISPLAY LCD DISPLAY TO DISPLAY
(1004)
Board Level Repair

Component Level Repair


Only For Authorized Workshop

8KA1

8KA2

LOUDSPEAKER
(5213)
KEYBOARD CONTROL

1M09
(1114)

4P
8M20
1M20 1KA2 1KA1 1M72 1M59
40"-10P
46"-10P
32"-12P
1319
1316

8P 80P 80P 4P 25P


E

SSB
B

1M99
9P
(1150)
40"-10P
46"-10P
32"-6P
1316
1319
3P
J1

1M99
1M95
8M99
11P

9P
MAIN POWER SUPPLY
32"- FSP124-3MS02 B

1M95

TUNER
11P
8M95
TO BACKLIGHT

40"- DPS-206CP-1 A B

1735
46"- FSP173-3MS02 B

4P
(1005)

USB
HDMI
PHONE
SPDIF
HDMI HDMI VGA

2P3 2P3
1311 1308
N L

RED WIRE WHITE WIRE


MAINS CORD
8191

TWEETER TWEETER
(5217) (5216)
MAINS IR/LED BOARD
NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS SWITCH J2
3P
J1
8P
J (1112) NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS
(8311)

1M95 (B01A) 1M99 (B01A) 1735 (B03) 1M20 (B14F) 1KA2 (B14E) 1KA1 (B14E) 1M72 (B13) 1M59 (B13)
1. +3V3STDBY 1. +12VDISP 1. SPEAKER_LEFT+ 1. LIGHT-SENSOR 1. GND 1. GND 1. +24V 1. AMBI-SPI-CLK-OU 15. AMBI-TEMP
2. STANDBY 2. +12VDISP 2. SPEAKER_LEFT- 2. GND | | 2. +24V 2. AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT 16. GND
3. GND 3. GND 3. SPEAKER_RIGHT+ 3. RC 11. VLS_15V6 11. VLS_15V6 3. GND 3. AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT-GI 17. GND
4. GND 4. GND 4. SPEAKER_RIGHT- 4. LED-2 12. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 4. GND 4. GND 18. GND
5. GND 5. LAMP-ON-A 5. +3V3-STANDBY | | 5. AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 19. GND
6. +12VS 6. PWM-DIMMING 6. LED-1 33. VCC_3V3 33. VCC_3V3 6. V-AMBI 20. GND
7. +12VS 7. BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A 1M09 (PSU) 7. KEYBOARD 34. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 7. AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 21. +24V
8. +12VS 8. GND 1. +24V 8. +5V | | 8. AMBI-LATCH1_G2 22. +24V
9. +24VAUDIO 9. POWER-OK-A 2. +24V 78. VGH_35V 78. VGH_35V 9. GND 23. +24V
10. GNDSND 3. GND 79. VGL_-6V 79. VGL_-6V 10. AMBI-PROG_B1 24. +24V
11. N.C. 4. GND 80. GND 80. GND 11. AMBI-BLANK_R1 25. +24V
12. V-AMBI
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Wiring Diagram 32" 46" (Da Vinci)


WIRING DIAGRAM 32"- 46" DA VINCI
TO DISPLAY LCD DISPLAY TO DISPLAY
(1004)

8M83 8M83

Board Level Repair

8KA1
Component Level Repair
Only For Authorized Workshop
8KA2
1M83
25P

1M84
25P
LOUDSPEAKER
(5213)
KEYBOARD CONTROL

AMBILIGHT MODULE 24 LED

AMBILIGHT MODULE 24 LED


8M59
1M09
(1114)

4P
8M20
1M20 1KA2 1KA1 1M72 1M59
40"-10P
46"-10P
32"-12P

8M09
1319
1316

8P 80P 80P 4P 25P


E

SSB
B

1M99
9P
(1150)
40"-10P
46"-10P
32"-6P
1316
1319
3P
J1

(1161)

(1161)
1M99
1M95
8M99
11P

9P
MAIN POWER SUPPLY
32"- FSP124-3MS02 B
AL

AL
1M95

TUNER
11P
8M95
TO BACKLIGHT

40"- DPS-206CP-1 A B

1735
46"- FSP173-3MS02 B

4P
(1005)

USB
HDMI

1M83
25P
PHONE
SPDIF
HDMI HDMI VGA

2P3 2P3
1311 1308
N L

RED WIRE WHITE WIRE


MAINS CORD
8191

TWEETER TWEETER
(5217) (5216)
MAINS IR/LED BOARD
NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS SWITCH J2
3P
J1
8P
J (1112) NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS
(8311)

1M38 (AL1A) 1M48 (AL2A) 1M59 (B13) 1M95 (B01A) 1M99 (B01A) 1735 (B03) 1M20 (B14F) 1KA2 (B14E) 1KA1 (B14E) 1M72 (B13)
1. +24V 14. +3V3 1. SPI-CLOCK-BUF 14. N.C. 1. AMBI-SPI-CLK-OU 15. AMBI-TEMP 1. +3V3STDBY 1. +12VDISP 1. SPEAKER_LEFT+ 1. LIGHT-SENSOR 1. GND 1. GND 1. +24V
2. +24V 15. BLANK 2. SPI-DATA-OUT 15. TEMP-SENSOR 2. AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT 16. GND 2. STANDBY 2. +12VDISP 2. SPEAKER_LEFT- 2. GND | | 2. +24V
3. +24V 16. PROG 3. SPI-DATA-RETURN 16. GND 3. AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT-GI 17. GND 3. GND 3. GND 3. SPEAKER_RIGHT+ 3. RC 11. VLS_15V6 11. VLS_15V6 3. GND
4. +24V 17. GND 4. GND 17. GND 4. GND 18. GND 4. GND 4. GND 4. SPEAKER_RIGHT- 4. LED-2 12. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 4. GND
5. +24V 18. LATCH 5. PWM-CLOCK-BUF 18. GND 5. AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 19. GND 5. GND 5. LAMP-ON-A 5. +3V3-STANDBY | |
6. GND 19. SPI-CS 6. +3V3 19. GND 6. V-AMBI 20. GND 6. +12VS 6. PWM-DIMMING 6. LED-1 33. VCC_3V3 33. VCC_3V3
7. GND 20. +3V3 7. SPI-CS 20. GND 7. AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 21. +24V 7. +12VS 7. BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A 1M09 (PSU) 7. KEYBOARD 34. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3
8. GND 21. PWM-CLOCK 8. LATCH 21. +24V 8. AMBI-LATCH1_G2 22. +24V 8. +12VS 8. GND 1. +24V 8. +5V | |
9. GND 22. GND 9. GND 22. +24V 9. GND 23. +24V 9. +24VAUDIO 9. POWER-OK-A 2. +24V 78. VGH_35V 78. VGH_35V
10. GND 23. SPI-DATA-RETURN 10. PROG 23. +24V 10. AMBI-PROG_B1 24. +24V 10. GNDSND 3. GND 79. VGL_-6V 79. VGL_-6V
11. TEMP-SENSOR 24. SPI-DATA-IN 11. BLANK 24. +24V 11. AMBI-BLANK_R1 25. +24V 11. N.C. 4. GND 80. GND 80. GND
12. N.C. 25. SPI-CLOCK 12. +3V3 25. +24V 12. V-AMBI
13. N.C. 13. N.C. 13. AMBI-LATCH2_DIS 18970_402_100325.eps
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Block Diagram Video


VIDEO
B02 TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD B04 MT5392: B14A TCON CONTROL B14D MPD B14E MINI LVDS
7400 7KAA 7KUF
1205 MT5392RHMJ UPD809900F1 ISL24016IRTZ
VA1G5BF8010 1KA1
B14A CS(1-6) LEVEL
81
TUNER DEMOD_RESET G29
B04C GPIO B04D LVDS INTERFACE SHIFTER
32" 79
11 VGL_-6V
SYRSTN GPIO_4
1 RF_SW D29 7KUE 78
RF-SW GPIO_11 VGH_35V
2 GAIN_SW MAX17079GTL 72
E27
GAIN-SW GPIO_12
CS(1-12) LEVEL CS(1U-12U)
B04A PM_DEMOD PX1 61
TSO_SYNC SHIFTER
15 C30 42" VH
SBYTE TSO_SYNC
16 TSO_VALID A30 50
SPBVAL TSO_VALID TO DISPLAY
17 TSO_DATA0 C29
SRDT TSO_DATA L_LV(A-B) (TCON ON SSB)
TSO_CLK B30 13
18
SRCK TSO_CLK 34
PX2
B07D CVBS_SPDIF_USB 33
5 AFT AK28 VCC_3V3
AFT ADIN_6
12
3216 B07B AVI
6 SIF_OUT_1 SIF_OUT AB27 11
MPX0_P VLS_15V6
SIF_OUT 10
7200
7 CVBS0T EF CVBS_RF AD29 PX3 VL
VIDEO_OUT CVBS_0 2
B14C P GAMMA &

2212
1
GND_CVBS_RF AD28
CVBS_N VCOM & FLASH
7KQA 1KA2
ISL24837IRZ
81

MT5392
PX4
B06C ANALOG I/O - CINCH REF 79
3B08 AH21 VOLTAGE VL/VH VGL_-6V
SY0N Y0N 78
SOY0 GEN VGH_35V
3B06 72
2C15
SOY0 AH20
1C12 SOY0
5C05 3B07 61
12 SC1_G SY0P Y0P AJ21 VH
Y Y0P 50
SC1_B 5C04 SPB0P 3B09 PB0P AJ19 TO DISPLAY
9 PB0P R_LV(A-B) 13
CVI-1 PB (TCON ON SSB)
SC1_CVBS_OUT 5C03 SPR0P 3B11 PR0P AH22
PR0P 7KQB 34
2C17

2C16

7
PR 3B10 M25P32 33
SPBR0N PBR0N AK22 SDI VCC_3V3
PBR0N FLASH 12
SDO
3B00 32K 11
SOY1 AH17 SCS VLS_15V6
1C13 SOY1 10
SCK
12 SY1P_SC2 5C02 SY1P 3B01 Y1P AJ18 VL
Y Y1P 2
PB1P_SC2 5C01 3B03 1
SPB1P PB1P AJ19
9 PB1P
CVI-2 PB
PR1P_SC2 5C05 SPR1P 3B05 PR1P AH19
PR1P
7
2C04

2C05

2C06

PR 3B02
SY1N Y1N AH18
Y1N
1C11 SPBR1N 3B04 PBR1N AK19
PBR1N

AVIN 2 CVBS_AV3 AE30


CVBS CVBS_3

B07E VGA 3E03 SOG AH16


SOG
1G16
1 VGA_R VGA_Rp RP AK17 RP
2 VGA_G VGA_Gp GP AK16
10

15

GP B07D CVBS-SPDIF_USB B07D USB


5

3 VGA_B VGA_Bp BP AH15


BP
13 H-SYNC HSYNC AK14
HSYNC
1

6
11

14 V-SYNC VSYNC AJ14


VSYNC
2C07
2E09

2E08

VGA VGA_Rn RN AJ17 TO 1D03


CONNECTOR RN 7D00-6
VGA_Gn GN AJ16 1
GN USB 2.0

1
VGA_Bn BN AJ15 BN AJ5 USB_DM0 2 CONNECTOR SIDE

3 2
USB_DM0
AK5 USB_DP0 3 SW UPLOAD
USB_DP0 JPEG
4

4
B06 HDMI & MUX MP3
7900
1902 ADV3002BSTZ01
1 DRX2+ 48
3 DRX2- 47 B04C FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE
7603
1

4 45
2

DRX1+
B04C FLASH_IF NAND01GW3B2CN6F
6 DRX1- 44
7 DRX0+ 42 IN_C
9 DRX0- 41
FLASH
18

HDMI
19

10 DRXC+ 38 PDD NAND_PDD(0-7)


1G
12 37
HDMI 1
CONNECTOR
DRXC-
SWITCH
1904 B06 HDMI_XTAL_LDO
1 CRX2+ 60
RXC+ AK6
3 CRX2- 59 OUT_CLK_+ 34 RX0_C
OUT_CLK_- 35 RXC- AJ6 B04B DREAM_IF
RX0_CB B04B GDDR3
1

4 CRX1+ 57
2

RX0+ AK7
6 CRX1- 56 OUT_DATAD0_+ 31 RX0_0
OUT_DATAD0_- 32 RX0- AJ7
7 CRX0+ 54 IN_B RX0_0B
RX1+ AK8 DQ(0-31)
9 53 OUT_DATAD1_+ 28 RX0_1 RDQ
CRX0-
RX1-
18

OUT_DATAD1_- 29 AJ8
19

10 CRXC+ 51 RX0_1B 7500 7501


RX2+
12 CRXC- 50 OUT_DATAD2_+ 25 AK9
RX0_2 H5RS1H23MFR H5RS1H23MFR
HDMI 2 RX2- AJ9
CONNECTOR OUT_DATAD2_- 26 RX0_2B
1903 SDRAM SDRAM
1 ARX2+ 23 1G 1G
3 ARX2- 22
W29
XTAL1
1

4 ARX1+ 20
2

VDD

VDD
6 ARX1- 19 1900
7 ARX0+ 17 IN_A 27M A2 A2
W30
9 ARX0- 16 XTALO
18

RA RA(0-12)
19

10 ARXC+ 14
12 ARXC- 13 +1V8_SW
HDMI SIDE
CONNECTOR 18970_403_100325.eps
100326

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Block Diagram Audio


AUDIO
B02 TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD B04 MT5392: B03 CLASS-D & MUTING
7400
1205 MT5392RHMJ
VA1G5BF8010
B06B ALI_ADAC
TUNER DEMOD_RESET G29
B04C GPIO
11
SYRSTN GPIO_4
1 RF_SW D29
RF-SW GPIO_11
2 GAIN_SW E27 7510
GAIN-SW GPIO_12 1735
TDA8932BTW/N2
B04A PM_DEMOD STANDBYn 6 SPEAKER_LEFT+ 1
15 TSO_SYNC C30 B04A 27
SBYTE TSO_SYNC SPEAKER
16 TSO_VALID A30 7310
SPBVAL TSO_VALID MUTEn MUTE 5 SPEAKER_LEFT- 2 LEFT
17 TSO_DATA0 C29 B04A
SRDT TSO_DATA MUTE CLASS D
18 TSO_CLK B30 POWER_DOWN
SRCK TSO_CLK B04A POWER SPEAKER_RIGHT+ 3
3216 B07B AVI (CONTROL) AMPLIFIER SPEAKER
6 SIF_OUT_1 SIF_OUT AB27
SIF_OUT MPX0_P 22 SPEAKER_RIGHT- 4 RIGHT
M30 AOUTL 2
SIF_OUT_GND AB26 PGA_2OUTL
MPX0_N
7200 M29 AOUTR 14
PGA_2OUTR
7 CVBS0T EF CVBS_RF AD29
VIDEO_OUT CVBS_0
7312÷7314

2212
GND_CVBS_RF AD28 SW_MUTE DC_PROT
CVBS_N B04A ANTI_PLOP B04C DC-DETECTION
(CONTROL) (CONTROL)
B07D CVBS_SPDIF_USB
5 AFT AK28
AFT ADIN_6

B07B ANALOG I/O - AUDIO


1B01
MT5392
1 ASPDIF_OUT J28
ASPDIF_OUT

1B02 B07B ALI_DAC


2 DVI_AUL_IN U27
AIN_3_L B07D USB
3 DVI_AUR_IN U26 B07D CVBS-SPDIF_USB
AIN_3_R
1

TO
B07C ANALOG I/O - YPbPr & CINCH 7D00-6
1D03
1
USB 2.0

1
1C12 AJ5 USB_DM0 2 CONNECTOR SIDE

3 2
USB_DM0
5 AIN1_L-SC1 3B28 AIN1_L V30 AK5 USB_DP0 3 SW UPLOAD
AV IN AIN1_L USB_DP0 JPEG
4

4
CVI-1 AUDIO MP3
3 AIN1_R-SC1 3B27 AIN1_R V29
L/R AIN_1_R

1C13
3B30
5 AIN0_L-SC2 AIN0_L V28
AIN_0_L B04C FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE
AV IN 7603
CVI-2 AUDIO
3B29 B04C FLASH_IF NAND01GW3B2CN6F
L/R 3 AIN0_R-SC2 AIN0_R V27
AIN_0_R

1C11
FLASH
PDD NAND_PDD(0-7)
1G
5 AV3_L_IN U29
AIN_2_L
AV IN
AVIN AUDIO
8 AV3_L_IN U28
L/R AIN_2_R

B04B DREAM_IF
B06 HDMI & MUX B04B GDDR3
7900
1902 ADV3002BSTZ01
RDQ DQ(0-31)
1 DRX2+ 48
3 DRX2- 47 7500 7501
1

4 45 H5RS1H23MFR H5RS1H23MFR
2

DRX1+
6 DRX1- 44
7 DRX0+ 42 IN_C SDRAM SDRAM
9 DRX0- 41 1G 1G
18

HDMI
19

10 DRXC+ 38
12 37
HDMI 1 DRXC-
SWITCH

VDD

VDD
CONNECTOR
1904 B06 HDMI_XTAL_LDO
A2 A2
1 CRX2+ 60
RXC+ AK6
3 CRX2- 59 OUT_CLK_+ 34 RX0_C RA RA(0-12)
OUT_CLK_- 35 RXC- AJ6
RX0_CB +1V8_SW
1

4 CRX1+ 57
2

RX0+ AK7
6 CRX1- 56 OUT_DATAD0_+ 31 RX0_0
OUT_DATAD0_- 32 RX0- AJ7
7 CRX0+ 54 IN_B RX0_0B
OUT_DATAD1_+ 28 RX1+ AK8
9 CRX0- 53 RX0_1
RX1-
18

OUT_DATAD1_- 29 AJ8
19

10 CRXC+ 51 RX0_1B
RX2+
12 CRXC- 50 OUT_DATAD2_+ 25 AK9
RX0_2
HDMI 2 RX2- AJ9
CONNECTOR OUT_DATAD2_- 26 RX0_2B
1903
1 ARX2+ 23
3 ARX2- 22
W29
XTAL1
1

4 ARX1+ 20
2

6 ARX1- 19 1900
7 ARX0+ 17 IN_A 27M
W30
9 ARX0- 16 XTALO
18
19

10 ARXC+ 14
12 ARXC- 13
HDMI SIDE
CONNECTOR
18970_404_100325.eps
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Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals


CONTROL + CLOCK SIGNALS
B06 HDMI & MUX 7400 B04B GDDR3
MT5392RHMJ

B04B DREAM_IF
RDQ DQ(0-31)

7500 7501
H5RS1H23MFR H5RS1H23MFR

SDRAM SDRAM
1G 1G
V9 V9

B06 HDMI_XTAL_LDO J11 J10 J11 J10


RA RA(0-12)
W29 M2 RCLK1p
XTAL1 CLK
M3 RCLK1n
1900 CLK
27M M2 RCLK0p
W30 CLK
XTALO M3 RCLK0n
CLK
NV RRESET
RRESET

B04C FLASH & EJTAG MT5392 B04C FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE
B04C GPIO
2608 AJ2 7603
GPIO_16 NAND01GW3B2CN6F
SDM
B04C FLASH_IF
2607 AJ1
GPIO_15
FLASH
PANEL PDD NAND_PDD(0-7)
1G
GAIN_SW D29
B02 GPIO_11
RF_SW D29
B02 GPIO_11
DC_PROT AH5
B03 GPIO_0 AK2 EDID_WC
GPIO_14 B06 B07E
USB_PWE AG6
B06D GPIO_1 B28 LCD-PWR-ONn_A
GPIO_20 B04C
USB_OC AF7
B07D GPIO_2
D28 LAMP-ON-A
DEMOD_RESET G29 GPIO_24 B01A
B02 GPIO_4

B04C SPIO_UART_IIC
C5 PWM-DIMMI
OPWM_2 B01
1603
AJ13 UART_RX 3
U0RX
UART
AK13 UART_TX 2 SERVICE
U0TX
B14F CONNECTORS
1
CONNECTOR

1M20 7401
3 RC AK11 STANDBY
OIRI B01
2 AH14 STANDBYn
B04A PM_DEMOD OPWRSB B03
AJ12 HDMI_CEC
OPCTRL_0 B06
TO IR/LED PANEL 5 AF12 POWER_DOWN
+3V3STBY OPCTRL_5 B03
AND
KEYBOARD CONTROL 6 LED-1 AG12
OPCTRL_2 OPCTRL_3
AG11 MUTEn
B03
4 LED-2 AH13 AF13 SW_MUTE
OPCTRL_8 OPCTRL_4 B03
8
+5V_SW B07D CVBS_SPDIF_USB B07D USB
1 LIGHT-SENSOR AJ29
ADIN_3 7D00
7 KEYBOARD TPS2041BD
AJ28
ADIN_5
USB_PWE
EN B04C
OUT USB_OC
OC B04C

AFT AK28 1F21


B02 ADIN_6
1
POWER-OK-A AK29
1

B01A ADIN_4 AJ5 USB20-DM0 2 USB 2.0


USB_DM0
3 2

AK5 USB20-DP0 3 CONNECTOR


USB_DP0 SIDE
4
4

18970_405_100325.eps
100325

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Block Diagram I2C


I²C
B04 CONTROLLER B04C FLASH & EJTAG B06 HDMI & MUX

7400 +3V3_SW VDDO_3V3


MT5392RHMJ

3619

3618

3904

3905
B04C
J30 SDA-MAIN
OSDA0
J29 SCL-MAIN
OSCL0
RES

3839

3838
ERR +3V3_SW
14 ARX-5V
SPIO_UART 5 6 40 27
IIC

3665

3666
7812 1505 7900

3940

3941
1903
7600 M24C64 3667 2 ADV3002BSTZ01
L28 SYS_EEPROM_WE 7 76 ARX-DDC-DAT 16
GPIO-18 HDMI
EEPROM 3668 3 HDMI CONNECTOR
7603 (NVM) MUX 75 ARX-DDC-CLK 15
SIDE
NAND01GW3B 1
MT5392 ERR
4
CRX-5V
35
ERR
FLASH 6
23

3937

3938
NAND_PDD(0-7) +5V_COMBINED 1904
1G MAIN NVM
72 CRX-DDC-DAT 16
SW
MAIN FOR DEBUGGING ONLY HDMI

3925

3924
71 CRX-DDC-CLK 15 CONNECTOR 2
SW
AJ10 DDC-SDA 68 DRX-5V
OSDA2
AK10 3644 DDC-SCL 67
OSCL2

3936

3935
1902
ERR +3V3STBY 70 DRX-DDC-DAT 16
18 HDMI
69 DRX-DDC-CLK 15 CONNECTOR 1

3636

3637
1813 +5V_COMBINED
AJ13 3632 UART_RX 3638
3
UA0RX UART
AK13 3633 3639 SERVICE

3944

3945
UART_TX 2
UA0TX CONNECTOR
1 62 EDID_SDA

61 EDID_SCL
B04B B04B GDDR3 +3V3STBY
DQ(0-31)
5 6
3888

3889
7500 7501 1812
H5RS1H23MFR H5RS1H23MFR 3890 7901
2 7906
DREAM_IF EDID_WC 7 M24C02
SDRAM SDRAM 3891 3 B04C
EEPROM
1G 1G (EDID)
1
4 ERR
24
6
EDID
RA(0-12) SW
FOR DEBUGGING ONLY
+3V3_SW
B05 AMBILIGHT MICROCONTROLLER B14A TCON CONTROL B14C P GAMMA & VCOM & FLASH VCC_3V3
3617

3616

3KTU

3KTV
K30 AMBI_SDA
OSDA1 1KQB
SDA-TCON 1
K29 AMBI_SCL
OSCL1
SCL-TCON 2
3820

3821

ERR
13 BYPASS_MODE 4
48 47
E19 E20 7KAB 7 8 12 13 RES
7801 K20 SDA 1 LM75BDP DEBUG ONLY
LPC2103FBD48
7KAA 7KQH 7KQA
UPD809900F1 K21 SCL 2 TEMP PCA9540BDP ISL24837IRZ
AMBILIGHT SENSOR
CONTROLLER
CONTROL 7KQB I2C VOLTAGE
M25P32 SWITCH GENERATOR
ERR
28 SDI FLASH
SDO 32K
SCS
SCK TCON
B04A MTK POWER B02 TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD SW
+3V3_SW

B04A B07E VGA DC_5V


3417

3418

PM_DEMOD
L28 FRONTEND_SDA 3219 TUNER_SDA
3E21

3E22

DATA 1G16
10

15

L29 FRONTEND_SCL 3218 TUNER_SCL 12 VGA-SDA-EDID-TCON 2


5

CLK
15 VGA-SCL-EDID-TCON
3222

3223

1
1

6
11

ERR
4E03

4E02
12
12 13
VGA
1205 CONNECTOR 5 6
VA1G5BF8010
7E01 7E00
MAIN EDID_WC 7 M24C02
B04C
TUNER
EEPROM
ERR SW Programmable via USB
34
EDID SW Programmable via ComPair
SW 18970_406_100325.eps
SW Pre-programmed device
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Supply Lines Overview


SUPPLY LINES OVERVIEW
B01A DC / DC B04E AMBILIGHT

1M99 1M99
1 1 +12VDISP B02 TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD
B01a
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW B14A TCON CONTROL
+12V B04c
5800 1800 +1V8UP VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3
2 2 +1V2_SW +5V5_TUN B14b
+12V
B01a 7802 1A 5KAE VDD33
3 3
GND1 +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +1V8UP
IN OUT 5KAF VDDQ
4 4 B01a COM
GND1
+5V5_TUN +5V5_TUN +VDISP +VDISP
5 5 LAMP-ON-A B14b
BL-ON_OFF B04C B01a 7302 7KAC
CONTROL 5207 +5VTUN_DIGITAL 5KAG VCC_1V2
6 6 PWM-DIMMING IN OUT IN OUT B14a,c,d
DIM B04C COM COM
CONTROL B06 HDMI & MUX 5KAA VDD12
7 7 BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A
BOOST B04C +5V_SW +5V_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW 5KAB LVDS_AVDD
CONTROL B01a
B01a
8 8 7201 5901 VDDO_3V3 5KAC mini_AVDD
A/P_DIM 5204 5206 +2V5_SW
IN OUT
9 9 POWER-OK-A COM +5V_SW +5V_SW 5KAD SSCG_AVDD
B07D B01a
INV_OK
CONTROL 5205 +5VS 6901 +5V_COMBINED
MAIN B01a
+1V2_SW +1V2_SW
B14B TCON DC/DC
POWER HDMI SIDE
1903
18 ARX-5V +VDISP-INT +VDISP-INT
SUPPLY 1M95 1M95
B03 CLASS-D & MUTING CONNECTOR
1902
B04c
1KFA +VDISP
1 1 +3V3STBY HDMI 1 18 DRX-5V B14a,c,d
+3V3_STDBY B03,B04a,c, +24VAUDIO +24VAUDIO
7201 CONNECTOR 3.0A 7KFE 5KFA VLS_15V6_B
B07d,B08 B01a
+1V2-STANDBY 1904
IN OUT 3342 HDMI 2 CRX-5V 9KFC VLS_15V6
COM
VDDA 18 B14c,d,e
CONNECTOR 7KFA
5300 VDD ISL97653
2 2 STANDBY +3V3STBY +3V3STBY 3KFJ 3KFP VGL_-6V
B01a 10 B14e
STANDBY B04A
+3V3STBY +3V3STBY
3 3 CONTROL LCD 6KFF 9KFE VGH_35V
GND1 B01a 21 B14e
+12VS +12VS SUPPLY
4 4 3,4 5KFD VCC_3V3
GND1
B01a B07B DIGITAL IO - ETHERNET (PROVISIONAL) B14a,c,d,e
5 5 +12V
GND1 +3V3_SW +3V3_SW VCC_1V2 VCC_1V2
B14f B14a
+12VS B01a
6 6
+12V B03,B04a,B08
7104
7 7 5104
IN OUT
+8V_SW B04A MTK POWER
+12V
8 8
COM
B04a
+1V0_SW +1V0_SW
B14C P GAMMA & VCOM & FLASH
+12V
5101 B01a B07D USB
VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3
SENCE+1V0_MT5392 B14b
B01a +3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B01a VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6
7102 7100-1 B14b
12V/1V0 B01a +1V2_SW +1V2_SW
TPS53126 3 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY 7KQA
CONVERTER ISL24837IRZ
1 B01a
5103 +1V0_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW 32 VREF_15V2 B14d
Step Down +5V_SW +5V_SW VOLTAGE
7100-2 B04a B01a B01a
Converter +3V3 GENERA-
B13,B14f TOR
23 +VDISP +VDISP
+3V3STBY +3V3STBY B14b
B01a
7106-1 +3V3-STANDBY B07E VGA
12V/1V8 B14f
+5V_SW +5V_SW
B14D MPD
12 CONVERTER +1V8_SW +1V8_SW B01a
5102 +1V8_SW B01a 1E05 VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3
7106-2 +8V_SW +8V_SW VGA 3E13 6G13 5901 DC_5V B14b
9
B04a,b B01a CONNECTOR VREF_15V2 VREF_15V2
14 +5V +12VS +12VS B14c
B14f B01a +VDISP +VDISP
7103 +5V5_TUN +5V_SW +5V_SW B14b
B02 B01a
5107
TPS54386PWP
6100 +5V_SW B08 HOSPITALITY
B14b
VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6
Non 3 5109 B02,B04a,c,
1,14 Synchronous B06,B07d,e,B08 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY
5106 +3V3_SW B01a
Converter 12 B02,B04a,c,e, B04B GDDR3
7105
+1V2_SW B06,B07b,d B01a
+5V_SW +5V_SW B14E MINI LVDS
IN OUT +1V8_SW +1V8_SW
COM B04a VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3
B01a B14b
+24VAUDIO +12VS +12VS
9 9 B01a VGL_-6V VGL_-6V
+VSND B03 B14b
10 10 VGH_35V VGH_35V
GND_SND B14b
B04C FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE
VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6
GNDSND
11 11 +3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B13 AMNILIGHT CPLD B14b
N.C.
2142

B01a +3V3 +3V3


+3V3STBY +3V3STBY B04a
B01a 5HA0 VINT B14F CONNECTORS
+5V_SW +5V_SW +3V3 +3V3
B01a 5HA1 VIO B04c
SENSE+1V0_MTK5392 +3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY
+12VDISP +12VDISP
B04a B04c
B01a +5V +5V
7607 5605 +VDISP-INT 1M72
AMBILIGHT 1HA0 +24V B01a
B14b 1
5606 CONNECTOR +12V +12V
1.5A 1M59 1M20
25 TO B01a
7608 5607 5
AMBILIGHT TO
LCD_PWR_ONn_A MODULE IR/LED
8
PANEL

1M09
1
+24Vb
2 TO 1M72
+24Vb B13
3
GND SSB
4
GND

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10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 1
Everlight 15 LED Common
AL1A AL1A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1M83 C1
+3V3 2B00 E8
2B11
2B01 F8
2B02 E9
100n
2B03 I14
A FH12-25S-0.5SH(55)
FB01 7B26-1 A 2B04-1 B7

27
1 +24V TLC5946RHB 2B04-2 B6
3B00-1 VCC
2
BLANK 1 8 31 4 PWM-R1 2B04-3 B8
3 BLANK 0
4 PWM-CLOCK-BUF 150R 24
GSCLK 1
5 PWM-G1 2B04-4 B7
3B18 26 6 PWM-B1
5 IREF 2 2B08 E12
1K8 FB35 3 7 PWM-G3
6 MODE 3
4 3B00-4 5 1 8
7 FB03 PROG
150R 2
SCLK 4
9
PWM-R3 2B09 E12
8 SPI-CLOCK-BUF SIN 5 PWM-R2
9 SPI-DATA-IN-BUF 23
SOUT 6
10 PWM-G2 2B10 F9
SPI-DATA-IN 3 6 11 PWM-B2
10 FB04
3B00-3 150R 3B21 22 OUT
7
14
2B11 A9
11 TEMP-SENSOR SPI-DATA-OUT XERR 8 PWM-B3
12 FB20 +3V3 150R 3B22 25
XHALF 9
15 PWM-G4 2B17 D8
LATCH 2 3B00-2 7 10K 32 16 PWM-R4
B 13
14
FB05
+3V3 FB06 150R
XLAT 10
11
17 PWM-B4 B 2B20 D4
15 BLANK 12
12
18 PWM-B5 3004 E12
FB07 PROG 13 19 PWM-G5
16 13 3B00-1 A6

6
FB08 28 NC 20 PWM-R5
FB10

2B04-2

2B04-1

2B04-4

2B04-3
17 14
3B00-2 B6

100p

100p

100p

100p
LATCH 29 21 DATA-SWITCH
18 15
FB11 SPI-CS
19
+3V3 FB12 GND GND_HS
3B31
+3V3
3B00-3 B6

3
20
3B00-4 B6

30

33
21 PWM-CLOCK 2K0
7B26-2
22
FB13 SPI-DATA-RETURN TLC5946RHB 3B01-1 E7
23
FB15 SPI-DATA-IN 34 VIA 42 3B01-2 D7
24
FB16 SPI-CLOCK 35 41
25 VIA VIA 3B02-1 E3
27 26 36 40
VIA
C C 3B02-2 E5
1M83
3B03-1 H14

37
38
39
3B03-2 H14
3B03-3 H14
3B03-4 H14
+3V3 3B07-1 F3
3B07-2 G3
+3V3
3B07-3 H3
3B34
3B07-4 G3
2B20

100n

SPI-DATA-IN-BUF +3V3 +3V3 3B11 E12


D 100K RES
D

2B17

100n
SPI-CLOCK-BUF +3V3 3B13-3 H3

6
1K5 1%

1K5 1%
7B07 3B13-4 I3

3B39-2

3B39-3
7B20-1
8

M95010-WDW6 74LVC2G17
+3V3 VCC 3B18 A8

5
7B30
5
Φ 2
3B21 B7

3
D Q FB40
2 3B01-2 7 1 3B30-1 8

5
7B06 PWM-CLOCK 1 6 PWM-CLOCK-BUF 1
74LVC1G32GW 6 (64K) 4 TEMP-SENSOR 3B22 B8
5

C 100R 220R
SPI-CS 1 3
LMV331IDCK 3B30-1 D9

RES
2B00

2
4 1

33p
3B02-2

2
S
3B30-4 E9

2B02

2B08
100p

3004
10K
2 7

10n
DATA-SWITCH

3B11
+3V3 HOLD +3V3
1 3B02-1 8 3 7 2
W 10K 3B31 B10

10K
3

-T
10K
GND 3B34 D13
E FB41
E
4

7B20-2 3B35 G14


74LVC2G17

1
3B36 G14

1K5 1%
3B39-1
+3V3

2B09

10n
3B37 G14

5
3B39-1 E13

8
3B01-1 3B30-4
SPI-DATA-RETURN SPI-CLOCK 1 8 3 4 4 5 SPI-CLOCK-BUF
100R 220R
3B39-2 D12
3B39-3 D13

2B01

2
33p
7000 G5

2B10

100p
+24V
7001 G7
7002 G8
F F
8 3B07-1 1

7B23-1 7003 G10


10K

BC847BS(COL)
6 7004 G11
2 7005 G13
7B06 D3
2 3B07-2 7

1
7B07 D4
10K

7B20-1 D8
FB30
7B20-2 E8
PWM-B1
3B35 7B23-1 F4
+24V
+24V 7000 7B23-2 G4
G 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 7001
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7002
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7003
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7004
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7005
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
270R
3B36
G 7B25 H3
7B26-1 A8
5 3B07-4 4

5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 270R


7B23-2
10K

BC847BS(COL)
3 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 3B37 7B26-2 C9
68R 7B30 D13
5 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4
FB01 A1
3 3B07-3 6

4 FB03 B1
10K

FB04 B1
1 3B03-1 8 FB05 B1
FB31 1K5 FB06 B2
PWM-R1
H +24V
2
3B03-2
7 H FB07 B1
1K5
FB08 B1
3 3B03-3 6 FB10 B2
3 3B13-3 6

1K5
7B25 FB11 B1
10K

BC847BW 3 3B03-4
4 5
FB12 B2
1K5
1 FB13 C1

2B03

100n
FB15 C1
5 3B13-4 4

FB16 C1
10K

FB20 B7
I FB32
I FB30 G3
PWM-G1
FB31 H3
FB32 I3
FB35 A8
FB40 D12
FB41 E13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
B001 B002 B007

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Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 2


Everlight 15 LED Common 2
AL1B AL1B
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2B50 C11
+24V
3B50 B7
3B51 B7

5 3B55-4 4
A 7B50-1
A 3B52 B7

10K
BC847BS(COL) 6

2 3B53-1 B7
3B53-2 C7

3 3B55-3 6

1
10K
3B53-3 C7
PWM-B2
FB70
3B50
3B53-4 C7
+24V 7105
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7104
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 270R 7103
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7102
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7101
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7100
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 3B55-1 C3
3B51
B 7 3B55-2 2
5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 270R 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 B 3B55-2 B3
7B50-2
10K BC847BS(COL) 3 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 3B52

68R
1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2
3B55-3 A3
5 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4
1
3B53-1
8 3B55-4 A3
1 3B55-1 8

+24V

4
1K5
3B57-2 D3
10K

2 3B53-2 7
1K5 3B57-3 C3

2B50

100n
FB71
PWM-G2 3 3B53-3 6
1K5 3C00-1 G3
C +24V
4 3B53-4 5 C 3C00-2 F3
1K5
3 3B57-3 6

7B51 3C00-3 F3
10K

BC847BW 3

1
3C00-4 E3
3C06-1 G3
7 3B57-2 2

2
10K

3C06-2 H3
D FB72 D 3C10 F4
PWM-R2
3C11 F4
3C12 F4
3C15-1 G4
3C15-2 G4
+24V
3C15-3 G4
3C15-4 G4
5 3C00-4 4

E 7C20-1 E
10K

BC847BS(COL) 6
7100 B11
2
7101 B10
3 3C00-3 6

7102 B9
10K

PWM-B3
FC01 7103 B7
1 3C10 2
+24V
270R 7200 7201 7202
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7104 B6
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
F 1 3C11 2
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
F 7105 B5
7 3C00-2 2

270R 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 Blue


7C20-2
7200 F8
10K

BC847BS(COL) 3 3C12 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 Green

5
68R
3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 Red 7201 F9
1 3C15-1 8
7202 F10
1 3C00-1 8

4
10K

1K5

2
3C15-2
7 7B50-1 A3
FC02 1K5
PWM-G3
3 3C15-3 6
7B50-2 B3
G +24V G
1K5
7B51 C3
4 3C15-4 5
7C20-1 E3
1 3C06-1 8

1K5
7C22
10K

BC847BW 3
7C20-2 F3
1
7C22 G3
7 3C06-2 2

FB70 B3
10K

H H FB71 C3
FC03
PWM-R3
FB72 D3
FC01 F3
FC02 G3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 FC03 H3

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Ambilight: 3 LED Everlight


3 LED Everlight
AL2A AL2A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1M84 A10
2C15 B6
7203 A3
A A 7204 A4
7205 A5
FH12-25S-0.5SH(55)
7203 7204 7205
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
SPI-CLOCK-BUF 1
SPI-DATA-OUT 2
Blue 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 SPI-DATA-RETURN
+24V 3
4
Green 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 PWM-CLOCK-BUF 5
+3V3 6
Red 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 SPI-CS 7
B LATCH 8 B

2C15

100n
9
PROG 10
BLANK 11
+3V3 12
13
14
TEMP-SENSOR 15
16
17
18
19
20
21
C 22 C
23
24
+24V 25
26 27
1M84

D D

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B003

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9 LED Everlight
AL2A AL2A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1M84 A10
2D01 B6
7203 A3
7204 A4
7205 A5
A A

7203 7204 7205 1M84


99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D
SPI-CLOCK-BUF 1
SPI-DATA-OUT 2
Blue 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 SPI-DATA-RETURN
+24V 3
4
Green 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 PWM-CLOCK-BUF 5
+3V3 6
Red 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 SPI-CS 7
B LATCH 8 B

2D01

100n
9
PROG 10
BLANK 11
+3V3 12
13
14
TEMP-SENSOR 15
16
17
18
19
20
21
C 22
23
C
24
+24V 25
26 27

FH12-25S-0.5SH(55)

D D

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B003 B004

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Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight


9 LED Everlight
AL2B AL2B
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
2D10 C13
+24V 3D02-1 A1
3D02-2 A1

8 3D02-1 1
7D01-1
3D02-3 B1

10K
BC847BS(COL)
6

2 3D02-4 B1
A 2 3D02-2 7
A
10K
1
3D05-3 C1
FD01
3D05-4 C1
PWM-B4

+24V
1 3D10 2 +24V 3D10 A12
7300 7301 7302 7303 7304 7305 270R
99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D
1
3D11
2 3D11 B12
6 3D02-3 3

5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6


7D01-2 270R
3D12 B12
10K

BC847BS(COL) 3D12
3 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2

B 5 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4


68R
B 3D13-1 B12
3D13-2 C12
4 3D02-4 5

4
10K

1 3D13-1 8 3D13-3 C12


FD02 1K5
PWM-R4
2 3D13-2 7
3D13-4 C12
+24V
1K5
3 3D13-3 6
7300 B5
7301 B6
3 3D05-3 6

1K5
7D02
C
10K

BC847BW 3 4 3D13-4 5 C
1
1K5 7302 B7
7303 B8

2D10

100n
5 3D05-4 4

2
10K

7304 B10
PWM-G4
FD03
7305 B11
7D01-1 A2
D FD04
D 7D01-2 B2
7D02 C2
FD01 A1
FD02 C1
FD03 D1
FD04 D1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

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Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight


15 LED Everlight
AL2A AL2A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1M84 A10
2D01 B6
7203 A3
A A 7204 A4
7205 A5
7203
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7204
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7205
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
SPI-CLOCK-BUF
1M84

1
FD18 C7
SPI-DATA-OUT 2
Blue 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 SPI-DATA-RETURN
+24V 3
4
Green 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 PWM-CLOCK-BUF 5
+3V3 6
Red 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 SPI-CS 7
B LATCH 8 B

2D01

100n
9
PROG 10
BLANK 11
+3V3 12
13
14
TEMP-SENSOR 15
16
17
18
19
20
21
C 22
23
C
24
+24V 25
FD18 26 27

D D

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B003 B004 B005

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Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight


15 LED Everlight
AL2B AL2B
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

2D10 C13
+24V 2D11 H13
3D02-1 A1

8 3D02-1 1
7D01-1
3D02-2 A1

10K
BC847BS(COL)
6

A 2
A 3D02-3 B1
3D02-4 B1
2 3D02-2 7
10K 1

3D03-3 H2
PWM-B4
FD01
3D10
3D03-4 G2
+24V 7300
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7301
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7302
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7303
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7304
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
7305
99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
68R
+24V
3D04-1 F2
3D11 RES
3D04-2 G2
6 3D02-3 3

5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 68R


7D01-2
10K

B BC847BS(COL)
3 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 3D12
B 3D04-3 E2
68R
5 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3D04-4 F2
4 3D02-4 5

4
3D05-3 C1
10K

1 3D13-1 8 3D05-4 D1
FD02 1K5
PWM-R4
2 3D13-2 7
3D10 B12
+24V
1K5
3D11 B12
3 3D13-3 6
C C 3D12 B12
3 3D05-3 6

1K5
7D02
10K

4 3D13-4 5
BC847BW 3
1K5
3D13-1 B12
1
3D13-2 C12

2D10

100n
5 3D05-4 4

3D13-3 C12
10K

FD03
3D13-4 C12
PWM-G4
3D15 F12
D D 3D16 F12
3D17 F12
3D18-1 G12
3D18-2 G12
+24V
3D18-3 G12
3D18-4 G12
E E
3

7300 B5
3D04-3

7D03-1
10K

BC847BS(COL)
6
7301 B6
6

2
7302 B7
5

1
3D04-4

10K

7303 B8
4

PWM-B5
FD04 7304 B10
3D15
+24V 7400 7401 7402 7403 7404 7405 68R
+24V 7305 B11
F 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D
3D16 RES F 7400 F5
1

5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 5 BLUE 6 68R


3D04-1

7D03-2
7401 F6
10K

BC847BS(COL) 3D17
3 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2 1 GREEN 2

7402 F7
8

68R
5 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4 3 RED 4

7403 F8
7

4
3D04-2

10K

1 3D18-1 8
7404 F10
2

PWM-R5
FD05 1K5
7405 F11
2 3D18-2 7
G +24V
1K5
G 7D01-1 A2
3 3D18-3 6
7D01-2 B2
5

1K5
3D03-4

7D04
10K

BC847BW 3 4 3D18-4 5 7D02 C2


4

1K5
1
7D03-1 E2

2D11

100n
3

7D03-2 F2
2
3D03-3

10K

7D04 G2
6

H FD06 H
PWM-G5
FD01 A1
FD02 C1
FD03 D1
FD04 F1
FD05 G1