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Internal Use Only

SERVICE MANUAL
HIGH POWER
SPEAKER SYSTEM
SERVICE MANUAL

MODEL: FH2
MODEL: FH2

CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS”
IN THIS MANUAL.

P/NO : AFN77912804 MARCH, 2017


CONTENTS

SECTION 1 ........ SUMMARY


SECTION 2 ........ CABINET & MAIN CHASSIS
SECTION 3 ........ ELECTRICAL

1-1
SECTION 1
SUMMARY

CONTENTS

PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR AUDIO PRODUCTS .................................................... 1-3

SERVICING PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 1-4


• GENERAL SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
• INSULATION CHECKING PRODEDURE
• ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES

HIDDEN KEY MODE ......................................................................................................................................... 1-5

PROGRAM DOWNLOAD & UPDATE GUIDE .................................................................................................. 1-6

SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 1-7

1-2
PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES
FOR AUDIO PRODUCTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
This manual was prepared for use only by properly trained audio-video service
technicians.
When servicing this product, under no circumstances should the original design be
modified or altered without permission from LG Corporation. All components should
be replaced only with types identical to those in the original circuit and their physical
location, wiring and lead dress must conform to original layout upon completion of
repairs.
Special components are also used to prevent x-radiation, shock and fire hazard.
These components are indicated by the letter “x” included in their component des-
ignators and are required to maintain safe performance. No deviations are allowed
without prior approval by LG Corporation.
Circuit diagrams may occasionally differ from the actual circuit used. This way, imple-
mentation of the latest safety and performance improvement changes into the set is
not delayed until the new service literature is printed.
TIPS ON PROPER INSTALLATION
CAUTION : Do not attempt to modify this product in any way. Never perform cus-
1. Never install any receiver in a closed-in recess, cubbyhole, or closely fitting shelf
tomized installations without manufacturer’s approval. Unauthorized modifications
space over, or close to, a heat duct, or in the path of heated air flow.
will not only void the warranty, but may lead to property damage or user injury.
2. Avoid conditions of high humidity such as: outdoor patio installations where dew
Service work should be performed only after you are thoroughly familiar with these
is a factor, near steam radiators where steam leakage is a factor, etc.
safety checks and servicing guidelines.
3. Avoid placement where draperies may obstruct venting. The customer should
GRAPHIC SYMBOLS also avoid the use of decorative scarves or other coverings that might obstruct
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert ventilation.
the service personnel to important safety information in the service
literature. 4. Wall- and shelf-mounted installations using a commercial mounting kit must follow
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral the factory-approved mounting instructions. A product mounted to a shelf or plat-
triangle is intended to alert the service personnel to the presence of form must retain its original feet (or the equivalent thickness in spacers) to provide
noninsulated “dangerous voltage” that may be of sufficient magnitude adequate air flow across the bottom. Bolts or screws used for fasteners must not
to constitute a risk of electric shock. touch any parts or wiring. Perform leakage tests on customized installations.
The pictorial representation of a fuse and its rating within an equilat- 5. Caution customers against mounting a product on a sloping shelf or in a tilted
eral triangle is intended to convey to the service personnel the follow- position, unless the receiver is properly secured.
ing fuse replacement caution notice: 6. A product on a roll-about cart should be stable in its mounting to the cart.
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK Caution the customer on the hazards of trying to roll a cart with small casters
OF FIRE, REPLACE ALL FUSES WITH THE SAME TYPE AND across thresholds or deep pile carpets.
RATING AS MARKED NEAR EACH FUSE.
7. Caution customers against using extension cords. Explain that a forest of exten-
SERVICE INFORMATION sions, sprouting from a single outlet, can lead to disastrous consequences to
While servicing, use an isolation transformer for protection from AC line shock. After home and family.
the original service problem has been corrected, make a check of the following:
FIRE AND SHOCK HAZARD
1. Be sure that all components are positioned to avoid a possibility of adjacent com-
ponent shorts. This is especially important on items trans-ported to and from the
repair shop.
2. Verify that all protective devices such as insulators, barriers, covers, shields, strain
reliefs, power supply cords, and other hardware have been reinstalled per the
original design. Be sure that the safety purpose of the polarized line plug has not
been defeated.
3. Soldering must be inspected to discover possible cold solder joints, solder
splashes, or sharp solder points. Be certain to remove all loose foreign particles.
4. Check for physical evidence of damage or deterioration to parts and components,
for frayed leads or damaged insulation (including the AC cord), and replace if
necessary.
5. No lead or component should touch a high current device or a resistor rated at 1
watt or more. Lead tension around protruding metal surfaces must be avoided.
6. After reassembly of the set, always perform an AC leakage test on all exposed
metallic parts of the cabinet (the channel selector knobs, antenna terminals,
handle and screws) to be sure that set is safe to operate without danger of electri-
cal shock. DO NOT USE A LINE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER DURING THIS
TEST. Use an AC voltmeter having 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in the
following manner: Connect a 1500 ohm, 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a .15 mfd
150V AC type capacitor between a known good earth ground water pipe, con-
duit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts, one at a time. Measure the AC voltage
across the combination of 1500 ohm resistor and .15 mfd capacitor. Reverse the
AC plug by using a non-polarized adaptor and repeat AC voltage measurements
for each exposed metallic part. Voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volts
RMS. This corresponds to 0.5 milliamp AC. Any value exceeding this limit consti-
tutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected immediately.

1-3
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: Before servicing the Audio products covered by this Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
service data and its supplements and addends, read and fol- Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged
low the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are
NOTE: if unforeseen circumstances create conflict between called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples
the following servicing precautions and any of the safety of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field
precautions in this publication, always follow the safety pre- effect transistors and semiconductor chip components.
cautions. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the
Remember Safety First : incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
General Servicing Precautions
1. Always unplug the Audio products AC power cord from the 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor compo-
AC power source before: nent or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any
(1) Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board, electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known
module, or any other assembly. earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commer-
(2) Disconnecting or reconnecting any internal electrical cially available discharging wrist strap device, which should
plug or other electrical connection. be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying
(3) Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electro- power to the unit under test.
lytic capacitor.
Caution: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES
installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such
explosion hazard. as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.
2. Do not spray chemicals on or near this Audio products or any
of its assemblies. 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder
ES devices.
3. Unless specified otherwise in this service data, clean elec-
trical contacts by applying an appropriate contact cleaning 4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder
solution to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate
swab, or comparable soft applicator. electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
Unless specified otherwise in this service data, lubrication
of contacts is not required. 5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate
an electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
4. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with
which instruments covered by this service manual might be 6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective
equipped. package until immediately before you are ready to install
it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads
5. Do not apply AC power to this Audio products and / or any electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum
of its electrical assemblies unless all solid state device heat foil, or comparable conductive material).
sinks are correctly installed.
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from
6. Always connect the test instrument ground lead to an the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective
appropriate ground before connecting the test instrument material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the
positive lead. Always remove the test instrument ground device will be installed.
lead last.
Caution: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or cir-
Insulation Checking Procedure cuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
Disconnect the attachment plug from the AC outlet and turn
the power on. Connect an insulation resistance meter (500V) 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
to the blades of the attachment plug. The insulation resis- replacement ES devices. (Normally harmless motion such
tance between each blade of the attachment plug and acces- as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting
sible conductive parts (Note 1) should be more than 1Mohm. of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static elec-
Note 1: Accessible Conductive Parts include Metal panels, tricity sufficient to damage an ES device.)
Input terminals, Earphone jacks,etc.

1-4
HIDDEN KEY MODE
AVAILABLE ENTRANCE
HIDDEN MODE EXIT KEY DISPLAY RESULT
STATUS KEY(Audio)
POWER ON Custom code : SW version 2s
Factroy Reset STATUS 2C2C+0xF0(LG MP2) Auto power off --> option 2s Initialize
MIC not connected b + B.Skip for 3s --> E2P CLEAR

POWER ON
MIC + Function MIC + Function 01140 Version move :
Version Check STATUS
for 3s for 3s OP 1F |<<, >>|
MIC not connected

POWER ON EEPROM initialize


Voice canceller
SYSTEM INITIAL STATUS Auto power off “E2PCL” EEPROM (Backsup
+ F.Skip for 3s
MIC not connected data) Clear
* Option Editer
- move : |<< , >>|
- change value :
POWER ON
Voice canceller Voice canceller sound effect
OPTION EDIT STATUS OP--10
+ REPEAT for 3s + REPEAT for 3s - save : play/pause
MIC not connected
key
- exit : same to
ENTERANCE KEY
POWER ON * Display APD Timer
Voice canceller Voice canceller MM:SS (AUX mode
APD Test Display STATUS HH=hour,
+ Play/Pause for 3s + Play/Pause for 3s --> HH:MM:SS)
MIC not connected MM=min, SS=sec
POWER ON
MIC + F.Skip SOUND EFFECT Changed EQ
Sound BYPASS STATUS Display “BYPAS” 3s
for 3s key to BYPASS
MIC not connected

* If you change Main PCB or Flash memory, please set appropriate value of option for region with option
edit hidden key.

Option Value Region


0x5F EU, Russia
0x3F North America, South America
0x1F Aisa, Africa, ETC.

1-5
PROGRAM DOWNLOAD & UPDATE GUIDE
Caution:
• When downloading the file, you should neither unplug the USB device, change to the other function,
nor power off the device.
• USB device must be unplugged when the downloading process is completed.

If security program (Water Wall) is activated on your PC, you must save the file to the USB storage device and
disable the security software, then download the file to your set.

1. Main Program
1) File name is FH2_CODE_yymmddNo.bin
2) Put upgrade file into USB root directory. (No other file exist on root directory)
3) Change the mode to USB mode.
4) Insert the USB storage device to the USB port on the unit.

5) It will start update process automatically with showing “FW UP” on Display window.
6) If the update is finished, the set will turn off automatically.

1-6
SPECIFICATIONS
 GENERAL
Power requirements Refer to the main label on the unit.
Power consumption Refer to the main label on the unit.
Dimensions (W x H x D) Approx. 352.5 mm x 419.6 mm x 269.2 mm
Net Weight Approx. 9.71 kg
Operating temperature 5 °C to 45 °C
Operating humidity 5 % to 60 %
Maximum operating altitude 2000 m

 INPUTS
Portable in (PORT. IN) 2.0 Vrms (3.5 mm stereo jack) x 1
Microphone (MIC) Sensitivity 30 mV (1 kHz), 6.3 mm jack x 1

 TUNER
FM Tuning Range 87,5 to 108.0 MHz or 87,50 to 108,00 MHz

 SYSTEM
Frequency Response 40 to 20,000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio More than 75 dB
Dynamic range More than 80 dB
Bus Power Supply (USB) 5V 500 mA

 AMPLIFIER (RMS Output power)


Total output 50 W (4 Ω at 1 KHz, 10 % THD)

 BATTERY
Battery type 12 V/7.0 Ah (Valve Regulated Lead-Acid rechargeable battery)
Operating time Approx. 15 hours
(Based on fully charging the battery and continuous playback
using 50 % volume level.)
It may vary depending on the battery status and operational conditions.
Charging time Approx. 9 hours
It may vary depending on the battery status and operational conditions.
CAUTION:
During storage of the battery, charge it at least once every six months.
If the battery is stored for a long period without being charged, its battery life may be shortened.

 Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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1-8
SECTION 2
CABINET & MAIN CHASSIS

CONTENTS

HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE BATTERY ....................................................................................................... 2-2

DISASSEMBLY & ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................. 2-3


1. DISASSEMBLY GUIDE ............................................................................................................................ 2-3
2. ASSEMBLY STRUCTURE AND METHOD .............................................................................................. 2-4

EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................................................................................................... 2-7


1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION ................................................................................................. 2-7
2. PACKING ACCESSORY SECTION ......................................................................................................... 2-9

2-1
HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE BATTERY

Battery

1) Remove the screws. 2) Remove the bottom cover.

3) Disconnect the battery cable. 4) Remove the battery.

2-2
DISASSEMBLY & ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. DISASSEMBLY GUIDE
※ Please be careful so as not to cause scratches during disassembly.

1) Front panel assembly (Screw PA3) 2) Top panel assembly

3) SMPS PCB assembly (Screw PA3) 4) Battery assembly (Screw BM4)

2-3
2. ASSEMBLY STRUCTURE AND METHOD
Note: Disassembly is reverse of the assembly method.

1) Tweeter Woofer assembly (Screw PA3.5) 2) Side Handle assembly (Screw KA3.5)

3) Top panel assembly 4) Battery assembly (Screw BM4)

5) Front panel assembly (Screw PA3) 6) SMPS PCB assembly (Screw PA3)

2-4
ASSEMBLY STRUCTURE AND METHOD

7) Handle assembly (Screw BM4) 8) Foot/ Wheel rubber assembly (Screw PWM4/ Screw PA3)

9) Final products

Figure) Top panel assembly (Screw PA3)

2-5
2-6
EXPLODED VIEWS
1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION

G
251 553
P 551
O
CABLE6 C
N 553
CABLE7
271
CABLE9
A42 551
H SMPS A47
271 272
G 549
CABLE8
A 553
A52 F E 271 273
547 E
B
CABLE10 B
264
BT I D
J

CABLE4 C
551 CABLE11
A46 MIC
I 548
L A55 A 274
K M D
CABLE12 275
265
FRONT 550
K MAIN
L
A54 551 J 264
P
VOL O
N
CTL H

551 551 548


253
M
A43 FM
A53 262
552
551 552 G
547
546
CABLE2

548
A44
263
546
265
F
548

260

545 549
270
261

550
545 261
550

2-7 2-8
2. PACKING ACCESSORY SECTION

801 Owner’s manual 300 Power cord

803T Packing

803B Packing

802 Box

2-9 2-10
SECTION 3
ELECTRICAL

CONTENTS
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE ............................................................................................................................ 3-2
1. NO POWER PROBLEM ......................................................................................................................... 3-2
2. SPEAKER NO SOUND ........................................................................................................................... 3-6
3. PORTABLE FUNCTION DOESN’T WORK ............................................................................................ 3-7
4. BT FUNCTION DOESN’T WORK ........................................................................................................... 3-8

ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE................................................................................................... 3-9


1. SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY ON SMPS BOARD .................................................................................... 3-9
2. NO POWER .......................................................................................................................................... 3-12
3. NO BUTTON OPERATION ................................................................................................................... 3-13
4. NO BT OPERATION ............................................................................................................................. 3-14
5. NO AUDIO OUTPUT ............................................................................................................................ 3-15

WAVEFORMS OF MAJOR CHECK POINT.................................................................................................... 3-18


1. SYSTEM PART-1 (X-TAL) .................................................................................................................... 3-18
2. SYSTEM PART-2 (I2S SIGNAL) .......................................................................................................... 3-19
3. SYSTEM PART-3 (I2C SIGNAL) .......................................................................................................... 3-20
4. SYSTEM PART-4 (PWM SIGNAL) ....................................................................................................... 3-21
5. SYSTEM PART-5 (BATTERY INPUT - AC OFF STATUS).................................................................. 3-22

WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................... 3-23

BLOCK DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................................................ 3-25


1. SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................ 3-25
2. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................. 3-27

CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART ........................................................................................................................... 3-29


1. ICs ......................................................................................................................................................... 3-29
2. CONNECTORS ..................................................................................................................................... 3-30

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS ....................................................................................................... 3-31


1. SMPS P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................... 3-31
2. MAIN P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................ 3-33
3. FRONT P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................... 3-37
4. FM P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................ 3-39
5. VOLUME CONTROL P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM ................................................................................... 3-39
6. MIC P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................... 3-41

3-1
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
1. NO POWER PROBLEM
No power problem occurs when you power on the unit.

1-1. CON4 22 VA
1-1-1. Solution
Replace F1, IC8 on SMPS board.

1-1-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


Case 1) AC/DC OUT has no voltage (Battery’s voltage): Check F1, R6, R8 and replace it.
Case 2) CON4 22 VA Abnormal: Check IC8, Q6, D10 and replace it.

1-1-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

AC/DC OUT

F1

R6
R8 Case 1

IC8 D10
Case 2

Q6

< SMPS circuit >

D10

R8
Q6 R6
Case 1

Case 2
IC8

< SMPS board view >

3-2
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
NO POWER PROBLEM
No power problem occurs when you power on the unit.

1-2. No Charge
1-2-1. Solution
Replace F2, R6, R8 on SMPS board.

1-2-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


Case 1) VD (11 V-15.3 V) Abnormal: Check AC TO DC circuit.
Case 2) CN1 (10.5 V-14.8 V) Abnormal: Check F2, R6, R8 and replace it.

1-2-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

Case 1

Case 2

F2

< SMPS circuit >

Case 1

F2

Case 2

< SMPS board view >

3-3
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
NO POWER PROBLEM
No power problem occurs when you power on in AC power cord off status. (No Display)

1-3. Battery
1-3-1. Solution
Replace Battery on set bottom place.

1-3-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


1) AC power plug off.
2) Please check AC/DC JACK4 pin5 voltage.
If 11~14 V voltage doesn’t come out, check soldering status JACK4 and cable.
3) Please check AC/DC CON1 pin5 voltage.
If 11~14 V voltage doesn’t come out, Check soldering status CON1.
4) Please check F1 Fuse. If it is opened, please replace it.
5) Finally you must check battery status. And change battery.

1-3-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

JACK4

< MAIN circuit >

F1
CON1

BATTERY
JACK
< SMPS circuit >

3-4
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
NO POWER PROBLEM
No power problem occurs when you power on. (No Display)

1-4. DSP (Micom)  IC105


1-4-1. Solution
Replace IC105, IC9, Y2 on MAIN board.

1-4-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


1) Please check Vcc voltage. (pin A4, A10, D4, D14, P4, P14, U5, U6, U9 of IC105  3.3 V)
If 3.3 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC9.
2) Please check Vcc voltage. (pin A9, E9, J4, J14, P9, P12, T10, U4 of IC105  1.2 V)
If 1.2 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC9.
3) Please check Crystal Frequency (Y2)  24 MHz and Replace it.
4) Please check RESET voltage. (pin T11 of IC105  3.3 V)
If 3.3 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC104 and R161.
5) Please check P-Sens voltage. (pin A6 of IC105  3.3 V)

1-4-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

IC104 Y2

IC105

IC9

< MAIN circuit >

Y2

IC104

IC105 IC9

< MAIN board top view >

3-5
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
2. SPEAKER NO SOUND
No Sound when you TURN ON the unit.

2-1. Digital AMP (IC13)


2-1-1. Solution
Replace IC13 on MAIN board.

2-1-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


1) Please check 3.3 V of IC13 pin13.
If 3.3 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC9.
2) Please check 22 V of IC13 pin2, 3, 34, 35.
If 22.0 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace SMPS Circuit.
3) Please check 3.3 V of IC13 pin14, 19, 25.
If 3.3 V voltage doesn’t come out, check IC105 pin B3, D8, D9.
4) Please check I2S signal of IC13 pin15, 20, 21, 22 and replace it.

2-1-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

IC13

< MAIN circuit >

IC13

< MAIN board top view >

3-6
ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
3. PORTABLE FUNCTION DOESN’T WORK
3-1. ADC (IC3)
3-1-1. Solution
Replace IC3, JACK10 on MAIN board.

3-1-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


1) Please check 5.0 V of IC3 pin3.
If 5.0 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC11.
2) Please check 3.3 V of IC3 pin4.
If 3.3 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC9.
3) Please check analog input signal of JACK10 pin3, 2.
If signal doesn’t come out, replace JACK10.

3-1-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

IC3

JACK10
IC11

< MAIN circuit >

IC3
IC11

< MAIN board top view >

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ONE POINT REPAIR GUIDE
4. BT FUNCTION DOESN’T WORK
4-1. BT Module
4-1-1. Solution
Replace IC105, PN102 on MAIN board.

4-1-2. How to troubleshoot (Countermeasure)


1) Please voltage check 3.3 V of PN102 pin12.
If 3.3 V voltage doesn’t come out, replace IC9.
2) Please check IC105 pin L1, L2, K1, K2, M2, P7, N7 signal and replace it.
3) Please check PN102 pin2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 signal and replace it.
4) Check BT Module.

4-1-3. Service hint (Any picture/ Remark)

IC105

PN102

< MAIN circuit >

IC105
PN102

< MAIN board bottom view > < MAIN board top view >

3-8
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1. SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY ON SMPS BOARD

No 22 VA

YES

Is the PWR-CTRL(3.3 V) NO
Check PWR-CTRL of SMPS Board.
supplied to D12?

YES

Is the AD/DC OUT(10.5 V-14.8 V) NO


Check F1, R6, R8 and replace it.
supplied to C45?

YES

NO
Is Q6 normal? Check Q6 and replace it.

YES

NO
Is IC8 normal? Check IC8 and replace it.

YES

NO
Is D10 normal? Check D10 and replace it.

YES

Power line of MAIN PCB is short

3-9
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY ON SMPS BOARD

No Charge

YES

Is VD(11 V-15.3 V) NO
A
normal?

YES

Is CN1(10.5 V-14.8 V) NO
Check F1, R6, R8 and replace it.
normal?

YES

NO
Is IC3 normal? Check IC3 and replace it.

YES

NO
Is IC5 normal? Check IC5 and replace it.

YES

NO
Is IC4 normal? Check IC4 and replace it.

YES

GREEN
Is charge LED normal? FULL charged.

RED

Charging

3-10
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY ON SMPS BOARD

AC TO DC abnormal?

YES

NO
Is F2 normal? Replace F2.

YES

NO
Is BD1 normal? Replace BD1.

YES

NO
Is Q3 normal? Replace Q3.

YES

NO
Is IC2 normal? Replace IC2.

YES

NO
Is D3 normal? Replace D3.

YES

Power line of MAIN PCB is short.

3-11
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
2. NO POWER

Turn ON/OFF Switch on (ON). Check SMPS board.

YES NO
1. Check connection Status on SMPS board CON1
NO and MAIN board JACK4.
Check voltage 11~15 V
2. Check connection Status on SMPS board CON4
in JACK4 pin5(AC/DC).
and MAIN board JACK8.
YES
YES

Check voltage over 11 V NO 1. Check SMPS board CN1 output.


in JACK4 pin4(BATT). 2. Check Battery damage.

YES

NO
Check L29(over 5 V). Check IC11.

YES

NO
Check L33(1.2 V), L34(3.3 V). Check IC9.

YES

NO
Check IC104 status. Check IC104.

YES

NO
Check Y2 crystal operation. Check Y2.

YES

NO
Check L341(133 MHz). Check IC103, IC105.

YES

Press STANDBY(SW5) button, NO


Check SW5, JACK2.
check JACK2 pin4(0 V).

YES

END

3-12
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
3. NO BUTTON OPERATION

No Button operation

YES

If no voltage change, check button and resister.

JACK2 4pin Voltage spec:


NO SW5: 0 V, SW4: 0.356 V, SW3: 0.837 V,
Press button,
SW1: 1.324 V, SW11: 2.363 V.
check JACK2 pin3, 4.
JACK2 3pin Voltage spec:
YES SW10: 0 V, SW9: 0.356 V, SW8: 0.837 V,
SW7: 1.323 V, SW6: 1.979 V.

NO
Check IC105 pin168, 169. Re-soldering IC105.

YES

END

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ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
4. NO BT OPERATION

No BT operation

YES

NO
Pair BT connection? Change BT function and try to pair.

YES

NO
Check PN102 pin10(3.3 V). Check L330.

YES

NO
Check L34(3.3 V). Check L34.

YES

NO
Check IC9 pin7(5 V). Check IC9 or IC11.

YES

Firmware update and BT module chage.

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5. NO AUDIO OUTPUT

FM function

YES

Check IC7 2pin(3.3 V), NO


Check IC6, Q7, L325, IC6 & Q7.
JACK4 pin4, 6(3.3 V).

YES
1. Check L13, L22.
NO 2. Check connection status JACK8.
Check IC13 pin2, 3, 34, 35(22 V). 3. Check JACK8 22 V.
4. Replace SMPS Board.
YES

NO
Check IC13 pin9, 25(3.3 V). Check R28, R57, R59, R64.

YES

Check signal IC13 NO


Check IC13, IC105.
pin15, 20, 21, 22.

YES

END

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NO AUDIO OUTPUT

PORT.IN function

YES

NO
Check IC2 pin4, 8(3.3 V). Check L313, IC105.

YES

Check signal NO
Check L30, L31, L32.
IC2 pin2, 10.

YES

NO
Check L319(3.3 V). Check L319, IC105.

YES

END

USB function

YES

NO
Check IC10 pin6(5 V). Check IC10.

YES

Check soldering status NO


Check R1.
L6, R11, R12.

YES

NO
Check JACK7 status. Check R20, D4, D6.

YES

END

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NO AUDIO OUTPUT

MIC function

YES

Check IC105 pin78(3.3 V) NO


Check R15, R42, L326, JACK301.
after inserting MIC.

YES

NO
Check MIC signal L35. Check IC4.

YES

NO
Check IC5 pin3(5 V), pin4(3.3 V). Check L38, L40, IC5.

YES

END

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WAVEFORMS OF MAJOR CHECK POINT
1. SYSTEM PART-1 (X-TAL)

FIG 1-1. DSP (IC105)

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2. SYSTEM PART-2 (I2S SIGNAL)

2 3

FIG 2-1. AMP (IC13) FIG 2-2. AMP (IC13)

4 5

FIG 2-3. AMP (IC13) FIG 2-4. AMP (IC13)

5
2
4

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3. SYSTEM PART-3 (I2C SIGNAL)

6 7

FIG 3-1. AMP (IC13) FIG 3-2. AMP (IC13)

6
7

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4. SYSTEM PART-4 (PWM SIGNAL)

FIG 4-1. AMP (IC13)

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5. SYSTEM PART-5 (BATTERY INPUT - AC OFF STATUS)

FIG 5-1. BATTERY INPUT

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WIRING DIAGRAM

JACK9 3P/2.0
3P
AUX IN USB GND GND
MIC IN JACK15 3P/2.0 1P
JACK3 FM PCB
CON8
6P/2.0 6P
PN102 6P/2.0
10P/1.0
FFC 10P/1.0
BT MOUDLE MAIN PCB JACK5
SW

2P
JACK14 SW SPK OUT
JACK2
JACK8 3P/2.0
JACK4 6P/2.0
2P/3.96
8P/2.0
700 2P

Switch 6P
10P 2P 3P
Tone
2P
SPK
JACK15 6P/2.0
CON1 CON4 K1 FRONT PCB JACK16
2P 8P/2.0 3P/3.96 2P/3.96 3P/2.0
AC IN VOL CTL PCB
SMPS
2P
CON3 Battery 12 V/7 A
3P/3.96 CN1
2P/3.96

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BLOCK DIAGRAMS
1. SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM

I2S
L L
LED
A/D I2S
RADIO SW DSP I2C
DISPLAY
U1 R IC2 R A/D
IC3 IC105 IC12
I2S

L
A/D
PORT. IN R KEY
IC5

AMP. AMP.
MIC-IN USB BT
IC4 IC13

DC TO DC DC TO DC
SUPPLY +5V +3.3V / +1.2V
IC11 IC9

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2. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM

8P/2.0MM
GND
GND
AC DET.
CTRL-ERP-TEST
PWR_CTRL
H=SMPS STOP WORK 14.6V 0.41A AC/DC
BATT D10
ৼ㢢LED
GREEN

R G

C
RED
VCC

H=WORK

AC TO DC 6A 1A Battery Charger MAIN BOOST +22V


14.6V 6A Controller SW 22V 3A GND
2P/3.96MM

GND
+22V

2P/3.96MM

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CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART
1. ICs 2. CONNECTORS
LOCATION NAME PIN NUMBER PIN FUNCTION SPEC. (V) CONNECTOR NO. PIN PIN FUNCTION SPEC. (V)
MAIN Board 1 SDA 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
IC1 FLASH IC 8 VCC 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 2 SCL 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
IC2 Analog Switch IC 1 VCC 5 V ± 0.5 V 3 KEY2 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
JACK2(MAIN)  JACK15(FRONT)
4 VDD 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 4 KEY1 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
IC3 ADC IC
1 VREF 2.5 V +0.25 V 5 GND 0V
9 VCC 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 6 VCC 5 V ± 0.3 V
IC4 OP IC
5 MUTE 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 1 CLK 3.33 V
4 VDD 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 2 SDA 3.32 V
IC5 ADC IC
1 VREF 2.5 V +0.25 V 3 L-OUT 0-0.5 V
JACK3(MAIN)  CON8 (FM)
3 IN 10 -16 V 4 R-OUT 0-0.5 V
IC6 LDO IC
2 OUT 5 V ± 0.1 V 5 VCC 4.99 V
3 IN 5 V ± 0.1 V 6 RST 0-3.6 V
IC7 LDO IC
2 OUT 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 1 VCC 0-5 V
7 IN 5 V ± 0.1 V 2 RED 0-15 V
IC9 DC/DC IC C1, C2 OUT 1.22 V ± 0.12 V 3 GREEN 0-15 V
C129, C149 OUT 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 4 BATT 10-15 V
JACK4(MAIN)  CON1(SMPS)
1 IN 5 V ± 0.25 V 5 AC/DC 10-15 V
IC10 USB Current IC
6 OUT 5 V ± 0.25 V 6 PWR-CTRL 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
2 IN 10 -16 V 7 CTRL_ERP_TEST 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
IC11 DC/DC IC
C8 OUT 5 V ± 0.1 V 8 AC DET 0-15 V
19 STBY(/PDN) 3.3 V ± 0.5 V 1 OUT- 11.45 V ± 0.3 V
JACK5(MAIN)  SPK
2 FAULT 3.3 V ± 0.5 V 2 OUT+ 11.45 V ± 0.3 V
IC13 AMP IC 25 /RESET 3.3 V ± 0.5 V 1 VCC 22 V ± 2 V
JACK8(MAIN)  CON4(SMPS)
2,3 PVDD-AB 22 V ± 2.2 V 2 GND 0V
34, 35 PVDD-CD 22 V ± 2.2 V 1 VOL-A 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
1 VDD 3.3 V ± 0.3 V JACK14(MAIN)  JACK16(VOL CTL) 2 GND 0V
IC103 SDRAM IC
19 /CS 3.3 V ± 0.3 V 3 VOL-B 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
57, 60, 68, 90, 1 SDA 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
VCC 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
IC105 SOC IC 132, 158, 164, 171
2 SCL 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
66, 107, 142, 160 VCC 1.2 V ± 0.12 V
3 GND 0V
FRONT Board
4 RXD 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
28 VCC 5 V ± 0.3 V
5 GND 0V
IC12 DISPLAY IC 2 SCL 3.3 V ± 0.3 V PN102(MAIN)  CON1(BT)
6 TXD 3.1 V ± 0.3 V
1 SDA 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
7 RTS 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
FM Board
8 CTS 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
U1 FM IC 11 VCC 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
9 RESET 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
3 IN 5 V ± 0.3 V
IC502 DC/DC IC 10 VCC 3.3 V ± 0.3 V
2 OUT 3.3 V ± 0.3 V

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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS
1. SMPS P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM NOTE) Warning
Parts that are critical with respect to risk

(TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW)


of fire or electrical shock.

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2. MAIN P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM
(TOP VIEW)

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MAIN P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM
(BOTTOM VIEW)

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3. FRONT P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM
(TOP VIEW)

(BOTTOM VIEW)

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4. FM P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM
(TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW)

5. VOLUME CONTROL P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM


(TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW)

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6. MIC P. C. BOARD DIAGRAM
(TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW)

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