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Color Television Chassis

TPM9.1L
LA

Contents Page 3000 series 47" 105


1. Revision List 2
2. Technical Specs, Diversity, and Connections 2
3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List 5
4. Mechanical Instructions 9
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 19
6. Alignments 29
7. Circuit Descriptions 31
8. IC Data Sheets 36
9. Block Diagrams
Wiring diagram 3000 series 22" 43
Wiring diagram 3000 series 24" 44
Wiring diagram 3000 series 32" 45
Wiring diagram 3500 series 32" 46
Wiring diagram 3700 series 32" 47
Wiring diagram 3000 series 42" 48
Wiring diagram 3500 series 42" 49
Wiring diagram 3700 series 42" 50
Wiring diagram 3000 series 47" 51
Block Diagram 52
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing PWB
A 715G5309 PSU 53 55-56
A 715G5548 PSU 57 58-59
A 715G5508 PSU 60 62-63
A 715G5173 PSU 64 67-68
B 715G5172 SSB 3000 to 4000 series 69 85-86
J 715G5230 IR/LED panel 87 88
J 715G5596 IR/LED panel 89 90
E 715G5252 Keyboard control panel 91 92
E 715G5365 Keyboard control panel 93 94
E 715G5583 Keyboard control panel 95 96
11. Styling Sheets
3000 series 22" 97
3000 series 24" 98
3000 series 32" 99
3500 series 32" 100
3700 series 32" 101
3000 series 42" 102
3500 series 42" 103
3700 series 42" 104

Published by XjL/MjX/MB/JY 1269 Quality Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 19252
2012-Sep-07

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EN 2 1. TPM9.1L LA Revision List

1. Revision List
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0 Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.2
• First release. • Chapter 2: Updated table 2.1 Technical Specifications.
• Chapter 4: Added figure 4-2 Cable dressing (3000 series
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1 24" ) and 4-4 Cable dressing (3500 series 32") and 4-5
• Chapter 2: Updated table 2.1 Technical Specifications. Cable dressing (3700 series 32") and 4-7 Cable dressing
• Chapter 4: Added figure 4-1 Cable dressing (3000 series (3500 series 42") and 4-8 Cable dressing (3700 series
22") and 4-9 Cable dressing (3000 series 47"). Added 4.3 42").
Assembly/Panel removal for 22" & 24" sets. • Chapter 5: Updated Table 5-1 SAM mode overview and
• Chapter 5: Updated Table 5-1 SAM mode overview and 5-2 Factory mode overview.
5-2 Factory mode overview. • Chapter 6: Updated Table 6-2 White tone default settings
• Chapter 6: Updated Table 6-2 White tone default settings and 6-3 Display code overview.
and 6-3 Display code overview. Added section 6.6 Cable • Chapter 7: Updated Table 7-1 Connector overview.
position numbers. • Chapter 9: Added 9.2 Wiring diagram 3000 series 24" and
• Chapter 7: Updated Table 7-1 Connector overview. 9.4 Wiring diagram 3500 series 32"and 9.5 Wiring diagram
• Chapter 9: Added 9.1 Wiring diagram 3000 series 22" and 3700 series 32"and 9.7 Wiring diagram 3500 series 42"and
9.9 Wiring diagram 3000 series 47". 9.8 Wiring diagram 3700 series 42".
• Chapter 10: Added 10.1 A 715G5309 PSU and 10.8 E • Chapter 10: Added 10.3 A 715G5508 PSU and 10.4 A
715G5252 Keyboard control panel. 715G5173 PSUand 10.2 A 715G5548 PSUand 10.10 E
• Chapter 11: Added styling sheets 11.1 3000 series 22" 715G5583 Keyboard control paneland 10.7 J 715G5596
and 11.9 3000 series 47". IR/LED panel.
• Chapter 11: Added styling sheets 11.2 3000 series 24"
and 11.4 3500 series 32"and 11.5 3700 series 32"and 11.7
3500 series 42"and 11.8 3700 series 42".

2. Technical Specs, Diversity, and Connections


Index of this chapter: • Specifications are indicative (subject to change).
2.1 Technical Specifications
2.2 Directions for Use 2.1 Technical Specifications
2.3 Connections For on-line product support please use the links in Table 2-1.
2.4 Chassis Overview Here is product information available, as well as getting started,
user manuals, frequently asked questions and software &
Notes: drivers.
• Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.

Table 2-1 Described Model Numbers and Diversity

2 4 9 10 11
Mechanics Block Diagrams Schematics
E (Keyboard/Leading Edge)
Connection Overview

Rear Cover Removal

Wiring Diagram

Block Diagram
Wire Dressing

SSB Removal

J (IR/LED)

Styling
PSU

SSB

CTN
22PFL3017D/78 2-1 4-1 4-11 4-12 9.1 9.10 10.1 10.5 10.6 10.8 11.1
24PFL3017D/77 2-1 4-2 4-11 4-12 9.2 9.10 10.1 10.5 10.6 10.8 11.2
24PFL3017D/78 2-1 4-2 4-11 4-12 9.2 9.10 10.1 10.5 10.6 10.8 11.2
32PFL3007D/77 2-1 4-3 4-14 4-15 9.3 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.3
32PFL3007D/78 2-1 4-3 4-14 4-15 9.3 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.3
32PFL3017D/77 2-1 4-3 4-14 4-15 9.3 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.3
32PFL3017D/78 2-1 4-3 4-14 4-15 9.3 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.3
32PFL3507D/78 2-1 4-4 4-14 4-15 9.4 9.10 10.2 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.4
32PFL3707D/78 2-1 4-5 4-14 4-15 9.5 9.10 10.3 10.5 10.7 10.9 11.5
42PFL3007D/77 2-1 4-6 4-14 4-15 9.6 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.6
42PFL3007D/78 2-1 4-6 4-14 4-15 9.6 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.6
42PFL3507D/78 2-1 4-7 4-14 4-15 9.7 9.10 10.2 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.7
42PFL3707D/78 2-1 4-8 4-14 4-15 9.8 9.10 10.4 10.5 10.7 10.10 11.8
47PFL3007D/78 2-1 4-9 4-14 4-15 9.9 9.10 - 10.5 10.6 10.9 11.9

2.2 Directions for Use


Directions for use can be downloaded from the following
websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com

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2.3 Connections

Rear connectors Side connectors

1
R
10 9 8 7
L
2
CVBS
AUDIO IN VGA
DVI/VGA

USB 1
ANTENNA ANTENNA
IN 1 IN 2
(AIR) (CABLE) 3
Y Pb Pr

SERV.U USB 2

ARC 4
HDMI 3
L R SPDIF
OUT HDMI 1

11 12 13 14
6
HDMI 2

19250_104_120329.eps
120329

Figure 2-1 Connection overview

Note: The following connector color abbreviations are used 2 - Shield Gnd H
(acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, 3 - D2- Data channel j
Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, Ye= Yellow. 4 - D1+ Data channel j
5 - Shield Gnd H
2.3.1 Side Connections 6 - D1- Data channel j
7 - D0+ Data channel j
8 - Shield Gnd H
1 - Head phone (Output)
9 - D0- Data channel j
Bk - Head phone 80 - 600  / 10 mW ot
10 - CLK+ Data channel j
11 - Shield Gnd H
2 - Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In
12 - CLK- Data channel j
Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75  jq
13 - Easylink/CEC Control channel jk
Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq 14 - n.c.
Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
3, 4 - USB2 2.0 17 - Ground Gnd H
18 - +5V j
19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j
1 2 3 4
20 - Ground Gnd H
10000_022_090121.eps
090121
2.3.2 Rear Connections
Figure 2-2 USB (type A)
7 - TV ANTENNA - In
1 - +5V k Signal input for cable signals.
2 - Data (-) jk
3 - Data (+) jk
8 - TV ANTENNA - In
4 - Ground Gnd H
Signal input for air signals.

5, 6 - HDMI: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio - In/Out


9 - PC IN:VGA
19 1 1 5
18 2 10
6
11 15
10000_017_090121.eps
090428 10000_002_090121.eps
090127
Figure 2-3 HDMI (type A) connector
Figure 2-4 VGA connector
1 - D2+ Data channel j
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1 - Video Red 0.7 VPP / 75 W j 13 - Cinch: Digital Audio - Out


2 - Video Green 0.7 VPP / 75 W j BK - Coaxial 0.4 - 0.6VPP / 75  kq
3 - Video Blue 0.7 VPP / 75 W j
4 - n.c. 14 - HDMI 3: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio with ARC -
5 - Ground Gnd H In/Out
6 - Ground Red Gnd H
7 - Ground Green Gnd H 19
18 2
1

8 - Ground Blue Gnd H


10000_017_090121.eps
9 - +5VDC +5 V j 090428
10 - Ground Sync Gnd H
11 - Ground Red Gnd H Figure 2-5 HDMI (type A) connector
12 - DDC_SDA DDC data j
13 - H-sync 0-5V j 1 - D2+ Data channel j
14 - V-sync 0-5V j 2 - Shield Gnd H
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j 3 - D2- Data channel j
4 - D1+ Data channel j
10 - Audio - In: Left / Right, VGA 5 - Shield Gnd H
Bu - Audio L/R in 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq 6 - D1- Data channel j
7 - D0+ Data channel j
11 - Service / UART 8 - Shield Gnd H
1 - Ground Gnd H 9 - D0- Data channel j
2 - UART_TX Transmit k 10 - CLK+ Data channel j
3 - UART_RX Receive j 11 - Shield Gnd H
12 - CLK- Data channel j
12 - EXT2: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In 13 - Easylink/CEC Control channel jk
Gn - Video - Y 1 VPP / 75 W jq 14 - ARC Audio Return Channel k
Bu - Video - Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 W jq 15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
Rd - Video - Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 W jq 16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
17 - Ground Gnd H
18 - +5V j
Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j
Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
20 - Ground Gnd H

2.4 Chassis Overview


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

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3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List


Index of this chapter: 3.3.2 Schematic Notes
3.1 Safety Instructions
3.2 Warnings • All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
3.3 Notes often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
3.4 Abbreviation List indicates 2.2 k).
• Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
3.1 Safety Instructions either an “E” or an “R” (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 ).
Safety regulations require the following during a repair: • All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (  10-6),
• Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation nano-farads (n  10-9), or pico-farads (p  10-12).
transformer (> 800 VA). • Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h, decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
only by components identical to the original ones. Any • An “asterisk” (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
other component substitution (other than original type) may to the diversity tables for the correct values.
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard. • The correct component values are listed on the Philips
Spare Parts Web Portal.
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to 3.3.3 Spare Parts
the following points:
• Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
For the latest spare part overview, consult your Philips Spare
mounted cable clamps.
Part web portal.
• Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
external damage.
3.3.4 BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
• Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
proper function.
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC Introduction
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply): URL: http://www.atyourservice-magazine.com. Select
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire “Magazine”, then go to “Repair downloads”. Here you will find
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. Information on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the “on” position
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!). BGA Temperature Profiles
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile.
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the Where applicable and available, this profile is added to the IC
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading Data Sheet information section in this manual.
should be between 4.5 M and 12 M.
4. Switch “off” the set, and remove the wire between the 3.3.5 Lead-free Soldering
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
inner parts by the customer. by the workshop during a repair:
• Use only lead-free soldering tin. If lead-free solder paste is
3.2 Warnings required, please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
• All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, store and to handle.
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as • Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
components and tools also at this same potential. – To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C.
• Be careful during measurements in the high voltage – To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
section. – To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
• Never replace modules or other components while the unit • Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
is switched “on”. 360°C - 380°C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
• When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools. Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a Avoid temperatures above 400°C, otherwise wear-out of
circuit becoming unstable. tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch “off” unused equipment or
3.3 Notes reduce heat.
• Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
3.3.1 General tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
• Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms 3.3.6 Alternative BOM identification
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode with a colour bar signal and stereo It should be noted that on the European Service website,
sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and “Alternative BOM” is referred to as “Design variant”.
picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or 61.25 MHz for
NTSC (channel 3). The third digit in the serial number (example:
• Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative
with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV
operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols. of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then
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result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type 6 = play 16 : 9 format, 12 = play 4 : 3
Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M. format
number. AARA Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation:
By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to
identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with. remove horizontal black bars; keeps
If the third digit of the serial number contains the number “1” the original aspect ratio
(example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been ACI Automatic Channel Installation:
manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is algorithm that installs TV channels
a “2” (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been directly from a cable network by
produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for means of a predefined TXT page
ordering the correct spare parts! ADC Analogue to Digital Converter
For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z AFC Automatic Frequency Control: control
can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be signal used to tune to the correct
indicated by the third digit of the serial number. frequency
AGC Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit controls the video input of the feature
serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production centre (e.g. box
SN is Lysomice, RJ is Kobierzyce), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. AM Amplitude Modulation
code, digit 4 refers to the Service version change code, digits 5 AP Asia Pacific
and 6 refer to the production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to AR Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
production week (in example below it is 2010 week 10 / 2010 ASF Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts
week 17). The 6 last digits contain the serial number. aspect ratio to remove horizontal black
bars without discarding video
information
ATSC Advanced Television Systems
Committee, the digital TV standard in
the USA
ATV See Auto TV
Auto TV A hardware and software control
system that measures picture content,
and adapts image parameters in a
dynamic way
AV External Audio Video
AVC Audio Video Controller
AVIP Audio Video Input Processor
B/G Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 5.5 MHz
BDS Business Display Solutions (iTV)
BLR Board-Level Repair
BTSC Broadcast Television Standard
Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound
system, originating from the USA and
used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC
10000_053_110228.eps countries
110228 B-TXT Blue TeleteXT
C Centre channel (audio)
Figure 3-1 Serial number (example) CEC Consumer Electronics Control bus:
remote control bus on HDMI
3.3.7 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair connections
(CLR) CL Constant Level: audio output to
connect with an external amplifier
If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide CLR Component Level Repair
if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on ComPair Computer aided rePair
component level. CP Connected Planet / Copy Protection
If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged CSM Customer Service Mode
completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it CTI Color Transient Improvement:
cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging! manipulates steepness of chroma
transients
CVBS Composite Video Blanking and
3.3.8 Practical Service Precautions
Synchronization
DAC Digital to Analogue Converter
• It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock. DBE Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra
While some sources are expected to have a possible low frequency amplification
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of DCM Data Communication Module. Also
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard. referred to as System Card or
• Always respect voltages. While some may not be Smartcard (for iTV).
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected DDC See “E-DDC”
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a D/K Monochrome TV system. Sound
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation. carrier distance is 6.5 MHz
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution. DFI Dynamic Frame Insertion
DFU Directions For Use: owner's manual
3.4 Abbreviation List DMR Digital Media Reader: card reader
0/6/12 SCART switch control signal on A/V DMSD Digital Multi Standard Decoding
board. 0 = loop through (AUX to TV), DNM Digital Natural Motion

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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.
I2D Inter IC Data bus Upgrade software is broadcasted in
I2S 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 (colour
Telecommunication Union relating to carrier = 4.433619 MHz) and South
radio communication. ITU-656 (a.k.a. America (colour carrier
SDI), is a digitized video format used PAL M = 3.575612 MHz and
for broadcast grade video. PAL N = 3.582056 MHz)
Uncompressed digital component or PCB Printed Circuit Board (same as “PWB”)
digital composite signals can be used. PCM Pulse Code Modulation

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PDP Plasma Display Panel SWAN Spatial temporal Weighted Averaging


PFC Power Factor Corrector (or Noise reduction
Pre-conditioner) SXGA 1280 × 1024
PIP Picture In Picture TFT Thin Film Transistor
PLL Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g. THD Total Harmonic Distortion
FST tuning systems. The customer TMDS Transmission Minimized Differential
can give directly the desired frequency Signalling
POD Point Of Deployment: a removable TS Transport Stream
CAM module, implementing the CA TXT TeleteXT
system for a host (e.g. a TV-set) TXT-DW Dual Window with TeleteXT
POR Power On Reset, signal to reset the uP UI User Interface
PSDL Power Supply for Direct view LED uP Microprocessor
backlight with 2D-dimming UXGA 1600 × 1200 (4:3)
PSL Power Supply with integrated LED V V-sync to the module
drivers VESA Video Electronics Standards
PSLS Power Supply with integrated LED Association
drivers with added Scanning VGA 640 × 480 (4:3)
functionality VL Variable Level out: processed audio
PTC Positive Temperature Coefficient, output toward external amplifier
non-linear resistor VSB Vestigial Side Band; modulation
PWB Printed Wiring Board (same as “PCB”) method
PWM Pulse Width Modulation WYSIWYR What You See Is What You Record:
QRC Quasi Resonant Converter record selection that follows main
QTNR Quality Temporal Noise Reduction picture and sound
QVCP Quality Video Composition Processor WXGA 1280 × 768 (15:9)
RAM Random Access Memory XTAL Quartz crystal
RGB Red, Green, and Blue. The primary XGA 1024 × 768 (4:3)
color signals for TV. By mixing levels Y Luminance signal
of R, G, and B, all colors (Y/C) are Y/C Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C)
reproduced. signal
RC Remote Control YPbPr Component video. Luminance and
RC5 / RC6 Signal protocol from the remote scaled color difference signals (B-Y
control receiver and R-Y)
RESET RESET signal YUV Component video
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.
Colour system mainly used in France
and East Europe. Colour
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)
SVHS Super Video Home System
SW Software

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4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Cable Dressing
4.2 Service Positions
4.3 Assembly/Panel removal for 22" & 24" sets
4.4 Assembly/Panel removal for 32", 42" and 47" sets
4.5 Set Re-assembly

Notes:
• Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation,
due to the different set executions.

4.1 Cable Dressing

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Figure 4-1 Cable dressing (3000 series 22")

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Figure 4-2 Cable dressing (3000 series 24" )

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Figure 4-3 Cable dressing (3000 series 32")

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Figure 4-4 Cable dressing (3500 series 32")

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Figure 4-5 Cable dressing (3700 series 32")

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Figure 4-6 Cable dressing (3000 series 42")

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Figure 4-7 Cable dressing (3500 series 42")

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Figure 4-8 Cable dressing (3700 series 42")

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Figure 4-9 Cable dressing (3000 series 47")

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4.2 Service Positions 4.3 Assembly/Panel removal for 22" & 24" sets
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 4.3.1 Stand
tools. Ensure that a stable situation is created to perform
measurements and alignments. When using foam bars take
Caution: The set can only be opened after the stand has been
care that these always support the cabinet and never only the removed!
display. Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can
Refer to Figure 4-10 for details.
seriously damage the display!
1. Remove fixation screws [1] and [2] that secure the base
Ensure that ESD safe measures are taken. assembly, pull the base assembly downwards away from
the catches. Do not release the screw in the middle of the
stand.

M4 × 2

3 × 12
2

1 1

2 2

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Figure 4-10 Stand removal 22"

4.3.2 Rear Cover

Refer to Figure 4-11 for details.


Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before removing
the rear cover.
1. Remove fixation screws [1] that secure the rear cover.
Refer to Figure 4-11 for details.
2. At the top and sides the rear cover is locked by catches [2],
so gently lift the bottom side by pulling the cover upwards
from within the stand opening. Gently release the catches.
Then lift the cover from the TV. Make sure that cabling and
wires are not damaged while lifting the rear cover from the
set.

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2 2

3×8

1 1 1

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Figure 4-11 Rear cover removal 22"

4.3.3 Power Supply Unit (PSU)

Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their


original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result 3 3
in damaging the PSU. 1
1. Unplug both connectors from the PSU.
2. Remove the four fixation screws located at the corners of
the panel.
3. The PSU can be taken out of the set now.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.3.4 Small Signal Board (SSB)


2
Refer to Figure 4-12 for details.
Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their
original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result
in damaging the SSB.
1. Release the clips from the LVDS cable connector that
connects the panel to the SSB [1].
Caution: be careful, as these are very fragile connectors! 3 3
2. Release the clamps and unplug all other connectors [2].
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4. The SSB can now be shifted away [4] from side connector
cover and lifted from the set.
Refer to Figure 4-12 for details. Figure 4-12 SSB removal 22"

4.3.5 Speakers

1. Gently release the tapes that holds the speaker cables and
release the cables from their clamps.
2. Unplug the speaker connector from the SSB.
3. Take the speakers out.
When defective, replace both units. Take note that the
replacement speakers are mounted in the right position.

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4.3.6 Keyboard Control unit 4.3.8 LCD Panel

4. Unplug the connector from the keyboard control unit. Refer to Figure 4-13 for details.
5. Gently push inwards the two clips at the PSU side of the 1. Remove the IR/LED board as described earlier.
unit. Release the unit at the PSU side and turn it away from 2. Unplug the LVDS cable at the LCD panel side [2].
the PSU. Now push it towards the PSU to release the 3. Unplug the LCD’s power cable from the LCD panel [3].
catches at the other side of the unit. Take it out from the 4. Remove the four screws that fixate the subframe.
sub frame. 5. Release the four catches [5] at the side of the metal
When defective, replace the whole unit. subframe and lift the subframe together with it’s mounted
parts from the set and put it aside.
4.3.7 IR/LED Board 6. Lift the LCD Panel from the front bezel.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
1. Gently push the unit towards the centre of the set and left
it on the other side from it’s clamp.
2. Unplug the connector from the IR/LED board.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

5 5

3 1

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Figure 4-13 LCD panel removal 22"

4.4 Assembly/Panel removal for


32", 42" and 47" sets
Instructions below apply to the 32PFL3507H/12, but will be
similar for all 32", 42" and 47" models.

4.4.1 Rear Cover

Refer to Figure 4-14 for details.


Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before removing
the rear cover.
1. Remove fixation screws [1], [2] and, [3] that secure the rear
cover.
2. At the top side the rear cover is locked by catches, so
gently lift the bottom side and push the cover upwards to
release these catches. Then lift the cover from the TV.
Make sure that cabling and wires are not damaged while
lifting the rear cover from the set.

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3 × 16

3 × 7.5
2
1 1
M3 × 8
3

M4 × 10
4

4 2
4
3
1 1 1 1

4 4

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Figure 4-14 Rear cover removal

4.4.2 Stand

Refer to Figure 4-14 for details. 1


1. Remove fixation screws [4] that secure the base assembly, 3 3
pull the base assembly downwards away from the catches.
Do not release the two screws in the middle of the stand.

4.4.3 Power Supply Unit (PSU) 2

Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their


original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result
in damaging the PSU.
1. Unplug all connectors from the PSU.
2. Remove the fixation screw located right side of the mains
inlet connector.
3. Remove the other four fixation screws located at the
corners of the panel. 3 3
4. The PSU can be taken out of the set now.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
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4.4.4 Small Signal Board (SSB)
Figure 4-15 SSB removal
Refer to Figure 4-15 for details.
Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their
4.4.5 Speakers
original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result
in damaging the SSB.
1. Release the clips from the LVDS cable connector that 1. Gently release the tapes that holds the speaker cables.
connects the panel to the SSB [1]. 2. Unplug the speaker connector from the SSB.
Caution: be careful, as these are very fragile connectors! 3. Take the speakers out.
2. Release the clamps and unplug all other connectors [2]. When defective, replace both units.
3. Remove all the fixation screws from the SSB [3].
4. Take out the SSB with I/O bracket. 4.4.6 Keyboard Control unit
5. The SSB can now be shifted away from side connector
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2. Gently push inwards the three clips at the PSU side of the
unit. Release the unit at the PSU side and turn it away from
the PSU. Now push it towards the PSU to release the
catches at the other side of the unit. Take it out from the
metal bracket.
3. Unplug the connector from the keyboard control unit.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.4.7 IR/LED Board

1. Remove the stand as described earlier.


2. Gently release the clip of the panels cover on the left side,
and take out the cover from the bezel.
3. Gently release the clip at the right side of the panel, and
take the panel from the bezel.
4. Unplug the connector from the IR/LED board.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.4.8 LCD Panel

1. Remove the stand as described earlier


2. Remove the SSB as described earlier.
3. Remove the PSU as described earlier.
4. Remove the speakers as described earlier.
5. Remove the keyboard control unit as described earlier.
6. Remove the IR/LED board as described earlier.
7. Remove all other metal parts that do not belong to the LCD
panel.
8. Release all fixing clips that secure the front bezel to the
LCD panel.
9. Lift the LCD Panel from the front bezel.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.5 Set Re-assembly


To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse
order.

Notes:
• While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed
and connected in their original position. See Figure 4-1,
Figure 4-3, Figure 4-6 and, Figure 4-9.
• Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams on the
SSB shields. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted
correctly.

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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter: Life Timer
5.1 Test Points During the life time cycle of the TV set, a timer is kept (called
5.2 Service Modes “Op. Hour”). It counts the normal operation hours (not the
5.3 Stepwise Start-up Stand-by hours). The actual value of the timer is displayed in
5.4 Service Tools SDM and SAM in a decimal value. Every two soft-resets
5.5 Software Upgrading increase the hour by + 1. Stand-by hours are not counted.
5.6 Error Codes
5.7 The Blinking LED Procedure Software Identification, Version, and Cluster
5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips The software ID, version, and cluster will be shown in the main
menu display of SDM, SAM, and CSM.
5.1 Test Points The screen will show: “AAAAB-X.YYY”, where:
As most signals are digital, it will be difficult to measure • AAAA is the chassis name: T911L x.yyy.
waveforms with a standard oscilloscope. However, several key • B is the region indication: E = Europe, A = AP/China, U =
ICs are capable of generating test patterns, which can be NAFTA, L = LATAM.
controlled via ComPair. In this way it is possible to determine • X is the main version number: this is updated with a major
which part is defective. change of specification (incompatible with the previous
software version). Numbering will go from 1 - 99 and
Perform measurements under the following conditions: AA - ZZ.
• Service Default Mode. - If the main version number changes, the new version
• Video: Color bar signal. number is written in the NVM.
• Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right. - If the main version number changes, the default settings
are loaded.
5.2 Service Modes • YYY is the sub version number: this is updated with a minor
The Service Mode feature is split into five parts: change (backwards compatible with the previous
• Service Default Mode (SDM). versions). Numbering will go from 000 - 999.
• Service Alignment Mode (SAM). - If the sub version number changes, the new version
• Factory Mode. number is written in the NVM.
• Customer Service Mode (CSM). - If the NVM is refreshed, the software identification,
• Computer Aided Repair Mode (ComPair). version, and cluster will also be written to NVM.

SDM, SAM and the Factory mode offer features, which can be Display Option Code Selection
used by the Service engineer to repair/align a TV set. Some When after an SSB or display exchange, the display option
features are: code is not set properly, it will result in a TV with “no display”.
• A pre-defined situation to ensure measurements can be Therefore, it is required to set this display option code after
made under uniform conditions (SDM). such a repair.
• Activates the blinking LED procedure for error identification To do so, press the following key sequence on a standard RC
when no picture is available (SDM). transmitter: “062598” directly followed by MENU and “xxx”,
• Make alignments (e.g. White Tone), reset the error buffer where “xxx” is a 3 digit decimal value of the panel type: see
(SAM and Factory Mode). column “Display Code” in Table 6-3. When the value is
• Display information (“SDM” or “SAM” indication in upper accepted and stored in NVM, the set will switch to Stand-by, to
right corner of screen, error buffer, software version, indicate that the process has been completed.
operating hours, options and option codes, sub menus). During this algorithm, the NVM-content must be filtered,
because several items in the NVM are TV-related and not SSB
The CSM is a Service Mode that can be enabled by the related (e.g. Model and Prod. S/N). Therefore, “Model”
and “Prod. S/N” data is changed into “See Type Plate”. In case
consumer. The CSM displays diagnosis information, which the
a call centre or consumer reads “See Type Plate” in CSM
customer can forward to the dealer or call centre. In CSM
mode, “CSM”, is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. mode.
The information provided in CSM and the purpose of CSM is to:
• Increase the home repair hit rate. 5.2.2 Service Default Mode (SDM)
• Decrease the number of nuisance calls.
• Solved customers’ problem without home visit. Purpose
Set the TV in SDM mode in order to be able to create a
ComPair Mode is used for communication between a computer predefined setting for measurements to be made. In this
and a TV on I2C /UART level and can be used by a Service platform, a simplified SDM is introduced (without protection
engineer to quickly diagnose the TV set by reading out error override and without tuning to a predefined frequency).
codes, read and write in NVMs, communicate with ICs and the
mP (PWM, registers, etc.), and by making use of a fault finding Specifications
database. It will also be possible to up and download the • Set linear video and audio settings to 50%, but volume to
software of the TV set via I2C with help of ComPair. To do this, 25%. Stored user settings are not affected.
ComPair has to be connected to the TV set via the ComPair • All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, since
connector, which will be accessible through the rear of the set they interfere with diagnosing/repairing a set. These
(without removing the rear cover). service unfriendly modes are:
– (Sleep) timer.
Note: For the new model range, a new remote control (RC) is – Blue mute/Wall paper.
used with some renamed buttons. This has an impact on the – Auto switch “off” (when there is no “ident” signal).
activation of the Service modes. For instance the old “MENU” – Hotel or hospital mode.
button is now called “HOME” (or is indicated by a “house” icon). – Child lock or parental lock (manual or via V-chip).
– Skipping, blanking of “Not favorite”, “Skipped” or
5.2.1 General “Locked” presets/channels.
– Automatic storing of Personal Preset or Last Status
settings.
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– Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches controls will not have I+ button, but an “INFO” button
back/OFF automatically. instead.
– Auto Volume levelling (AVL).
How to Exit SDM
How to Activate SDM • Switch the set to Stand-by by pressing the standby button
To activate SDM, use the following methods: on the remote control transmitter or on the television set.
• Press the following key sequence on the RC transmitter: • Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key
“062596”, directly followed by the “Home” button. in “00”-sequence.
After activating this mode, “SDM” will appear in the upper left Note: If the TV is switched “off” by a power interrupt while
corner of the screen. in SDM, the TV will show up in the last status of SDM menu
as soon as the power is supplied again. The error buffer will
On Screen Menu not be cleared.
After activating SDM, the following items are displayed, with
SDM in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the 5.2.3 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
television is in Service Default Mode. Menu items and
explanation: Purpose
• xxxxx Operating hours (in decimal). • To modify the NVM.
• AAAAB-X.YYY See Software Identification, Version, and • To display/clear the error code buffer.
Cluster for the software name definition. • To perform alignments.
• ERR Shows all errors detected since the last time the
buffer was erased in format <xxx> <xxx> <xxx> <xxx>
Specifications
<xxx> (five errors possible).
• Operation hours counter (maximum five digits displayed).
• OP Used to read-out the option bytes. In this chassis two • Software version, error codes, and option settings display.
times eight option codes are used.
• Error buffer clearing.
• Option settings.
How to Navigate • Software alignments (White Tone).
As this mode is read only, there is nothing to navigate. To • NVM Editor.
switch to other modes, use one of the following methods: • Set screen mode to full screen (all content is visible).
• Command MENU from the user remote will exit SDM.
• To prevent the OSD from interfering with measurements in
How to Activate SAM
SDM, use the command “Adjust” or “Options” (“STATUS”
To activate SAM, use one of the following methods:
or “INFO” for NAFTA and LATAM) from the user remote.
• Press the following key sequence on the remote control
This will switch the OSD “off” while remaining in the SDM
transmitter: “062596”, directly followed by the “INFO”
mode. The “SDM” OSD is remains visible in the upper right
button. Do not allow the display to time out between entries
corner of the screen. To exit SDM switch to “Stand-by”
while keying the sequence.
mode.
• Or via ComPair.
• Press the following key sequence on the remote control
After entering SAM, the following items are displayed,
transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the OK button to
with “SAM” in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate
switch to SAM (do not allow the display to time out between
that the television is in Service Alignment Mode.
entries while keying the sequence). Remarks: new remote

Table 5-1 SAM mode overview

Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Description


System Information Op Hour This represents the life timer. The timer counts normal operation hours, but does not
count Stand-by hours.
Main SW ID e.g. “T911L 1.128B” See paragraph Software Identification, Version, and Cluster for the software name
definition.
ERR e.g. “000 000 000 000 000” Shows all errors detected since the last time the buffer was erased. Five errors
possible.
OP1 e.g. “012 007 208 002 056 032 007 Used to read-out the option bytes. See paragraph 6.4 Option Settings in the
030” Alignments section for a detailed description. Ten codes are possible.
OP2 e.g. “056 023 000 106 064 000 000
122”
Clear Press [OK] to clean the Error Codes Erases the contents of the error buffer. Select this menu item and press the MENU
immediately RIGHT key on the remote control. The content of the error buffer is cleared.
RGB Align Warm R Gain To align the White Tone. See
G Gain paragraph 6.3 Software Alignments in the Alignments section for a detailed description

B Gain
Normal R Gain
G Gain
B Gain
Cool R Gain
G Gain
B Gain
Store Store the RGB value
NVM editor Address Select and fill the NVM address
Value Select and fill the NVM value
Store Store the value in the address
Upload to USB Channel List to USB Copy To upload several settings from the TV to an USB stick
NVM to USB Copy
Readable Info
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Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Description


Download from USB Channel List Copy To download several settings from the USB stick to the TV
NVM Copy
EDID Copy
Initialize NVM Press [OK] to Initialize NVM To initialize a (corrupted) NVM. Be careful, this will erase all settings.
immediately
EDID Write Enable Press [OK] to enable EDID writable Enable EDID for writing
immediately
Service Data Type Number Press [OK] use key pad edit type Edit and display the applicable service data by using the displayed key pad.
number immediately
Production Number Press [OK] use key pad edit
production number immediately
12NC SSB Press [OK] use key pad edit SSB
immediately
12NC PSU Press [OK] use key pad edit PSU
immediately
12NC Display Press [OK] use key pad edit display
immediately
Reload MAC Press [OK] to reload MAC address If MAC address value in NVM is missing, you can trigger this item in SAM mode to
address from ECD immediately reload MAC address from flash ECD key to NVM.

How to Navigate • Via a standard RC-transmitter, key in “00” sequence.


• In the SAM menu, select menu items with the UP/DOWN Note: When the TV is switched “off” by a power interrupt while
keys on the remote control transmitter. The selected item in SAM, the TV will show up in “normal operation mode” as
will be indicated. When not all menu items fit on the screen, soon as the power is supplied again. The error buffer will not be
use the UP/DOWN keys to display the next/previous menu cleared.
items.
• With the “LEFT/RIGHT” keys, it is possible to: 5.2.4 Contents of the Factory mode:
– (De) activate the selected menu item.
– (De) activate the selected sub menu. Purpose
– Change the value of the selected menu item.
• To perform extended alignments.
• When you press the MENU button once while in top level
SAM, the set will switch to the normal user menu (with the
SAM mode still active in the background). Specifications
• Displaying and or changing Panel ID information.
• Press the following key sequence on the remote control
• Displaying and or changing Tuner ID information.
transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the “Home”
• Error buffer clearing.
button to switch to SDM (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence). • Various software alignment settings.
• Testpattern displaying.
• Public Broadcasting Service password Reset.
How to Store SAM Settings
• etc.
To store the settings changed in SAM mode (except the
RGB Align settings), leave the top level SAM menu by using
How to Activate the Factory mode
the POWER button on the remote control transmitter or the
To activate the Factory mode, use the following method:
television set. The mentioned exceptions must be stored
separately via the STORE button. • Press the following key sequence on the remote control
transmitter: from the “Home screen” press “1999”, directly
followed by the “Back” button. Do not allow the display to
How to Exit SAM
time out between entries while keying the sequence.
Use one of the following methods:
After entering the Factory mode, the following items are
• Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button
displayed,
on the remote control transmitter or the television set.

Table 5-2 Factory mode overview

Default value
Item Item value 22" 24" 32" 42" 47" Description
0 F/W VERSION Press OK Displays the software versions of the supplier, Flash PQ, Smart Picture, BL Dimming, Source Meter, the
Picture Quality checksum, the Dimming library, the Source meter library, the Flash AQ, the MTK, MCU and
OAD software versions.
1 Panel_ID See table 6-3 Display code overview Displays and changes the Panel ID with the left and right cursor; be careful changing this, it can result in no
correct displaying the screen!
2 ERR Code: xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx 000 000 000 000 000 Values showing the last 5 errors during the last 50 hours of operation, according to table 5-4 Error code tab
3 CLEAR ERROR BUFFER Press OK Selecting this clear all current error codes.
4 NVM ADDRESS 0 NVM address 0 to 8191, Use Item 6 to change and 7 to store the data to the correct NVM address
5 NVM VALUE various Displays the value at the NVM address of item 5
6 NVM STORE Press OK Use this option to save the data of item 6 to NVM address of item 5
7 NVM COPY TV to USB Press OK Use this to store the NVM data to the REPAIR folder of a FAT formatted USB memory stick. The TV will wr
two files in the REPAIR folder of the memory stick. It will create this folder if it does not exist. The items are
“Channel list”, “Personal settings”, “Option codes”, “Display-related alignments” and “History list”. In case th
download to the USB stick was not successful “Failure” will appear. In this case, check if the USB stick is
connected properly. Now the settings are stored onto the USB stick and can be used to download onto anoth
TV or other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the software is running and if a picture is available
This method is created to be able to save the customer’s TV settings and to store them into another SSB.
8 NVM READ USB to TV Press OK Use this to store the NVM data from the USB memory stick to the TV. The TV will save the two files which we
created in item 8 to the NVM of the set. Use these options when replacing a SSB. When “USB to TV Succes
is displayed remove the power and restart the TV
9 CLR_TEMP_R 85 94 139 140 125 Red color temperature setting
10 CLR_TEMP_G 109 95 128 121 114 Green color temperature setting

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Default value
Item Item value 22" 24" 32" 42" 47" Description
11 CLR_TEMP_B 128 128 120 107 102 Red color temperature setting
12 AUTO_COLOR Press OK PC: any pattern that has black and white, YPbPr: SMPTE bar (color bar), any timing.
13 ADC_GAIN_R 0 Red ADC gain
14 ADC_GAIN_G 0 Green ADC gain
15 ADC_GAIN_B 0 Blue ADC gain
16 ADC_OFFSET_R 128 Red ADC offset
17 ADC_OFFSET_G 128 Green ADC offset
18 ADC_OFFSET_B 128 Blue ADC offset
19 GAMMA_TABLE off GAMMA_TABLE
20 E-Fuse on E-fuse mode
21 ORT_MODE off ORT mode
22 AGEING MODE Press OK Use this for ageing a new LCD panel
23 RESET_PBS_PWD Press OK Use this to reset the Child Lock
24 VIDEO_PWM_MEDIUM 150 VIDEO PWM Medium value
25 VIDEO_PWM_MINIMUN 178 VIDEO PWM Minimum value
26 VIDEO_PWM_MAXIMUN 0 VIDEO PWM Maximum value
27 PWM_RATIO_BEST_PICTUR 100 PWM ratio best picture
E
28 PWM_RATIO_STD_TOP 80 85 PWM ratio standard top
29 PWM_RATIO_STD_BOTTOM 70 75 PWM ratio standard bottom
30 PWM_RATIO_BEST_POWER 70 68 PWM ratio best power
31 VIDEO_STD_TH_HIGH 97 99 VIDEO standard threshold high
32 VIDEO_STD_TH_LOW 93 93 VIDEO standard threshold low
33 YPBPR_PHASE InValid Not available for this chassis
34 AUD_LIMITER_MODE 2 Three modes, 0: off, 1: adaptive mode, 2: fixed mode
35 AUD_THRESHOLD_BYTE1 255 0 Limit threshold
36 AUD_THRESHOLD_BYTE2 207 0 Limit threshold
37 AUD_THRESHOLD_BYTE3 5 7 Limit threshold
38 AUD_GAIN_LINEIN 3 2 Line-in audio gain
39 AUD_GAIN_HDMI 2 2 HDMI audio gain
40 AUD_GAIN_ATV 20 11 Analogue TV audio gain
41 AUD_GAIN_DTV 15 2 Digital TV audio gain
42 AUD_GAIN_USB 2 USB audio gain
43 ESTICKER NVM1 15 15 3 3 4 ESTICKER value
44 ESTICKER NVM2 0 0 6 4 7 ESTICKER value
45 ESTICKER NVM3 192 64 7 6 8 ESTICKER value
46 ESTICKER NVM4 166 124 8 7 9 ESTICKER value
47 ESTICKER NVM5 155 155 9 8 4 ESTICKER value
48 ESTICKER NVM6 0 0 10 9 11 ESTICKER value
49 ESTICKER NVM7 0 0 21 10 25 ESTICKER value
50 ESTICKER NVM8 0 0 255 255 255 ESTICKER value
51 ESTICKER NVM9 0 0 255 255 255 ESTICKER value
52 ESTICKER NVM10 0 0 255 255 255 ESTICKER value
53 ESTICKER NVM11 16 16 255 255 255 ESTICKER value
54 ESTICKER NVM12 31 31 33 32 255 ESTICKER value
55 ESTICKER NVM13 17 17 17 15 18 ESTICKER value
56 ESTICKER NVM14 7 7 8 5 9 ESTICKER value
57 ESTICKER NVM15 0 ESTICKER value
58 ESTICKER NVM16 0 ESTICKER value
59 ESTICKER NVM17 0 ESTICKER value
60 ESTICKER NVM18 0 ESTICKER value
61 ESTICKER NVM19 0 ESTICKER value
62 ESTICKER NVM20 0 255 ESTICKER value
63 ESTICKER RESET Press OK ESTICKER reset
64 DIM_LIB RESET Press OK Shows the Validity of the CI+ key and the supplier information
65 AQ INDEX 7 Audio Quality index
66 Audio Test Mode off Used for audio testing during production
67 Audio Channel Type 2.0 Defines the installed speaker system
68 Test Pattern Press OK Used for Pattern testing during production
69 EDID UPDATE Press OK Used to enter a new EDID codes into the NVM
70 TCON_GAMMA_UPDATE Press OK TCON gamma update
71 DUMP PQ FROM TV Press OK Saves the picture quality data to a file “pq.bin” to the root of a FAT formatted USB memory stick
72 LOAD PQ TO TV Press OK Loads the picture quality data from a file “pq.bin” in to the TV
73 DUMP AQ FROM TV Press OK Saves the audio quality data to a file “AQ.bin” to the root of a FAT formatted USB memory stick
74 LOAD AQ TO TV Press OK Loads the audio quality data from a file “AQ.bin” in to the TV
75 EXIT_FACTORY Press OK Exits the Factory mode

How to Exit the Factory mode will show up in “normal operation mode” as soon as the power
Use one of the following methods: is supplied again. The error buffer will not be cleared.
• Select EXIT_FACTORY from the menu and press the “OK”
button.
Note: When the TV is switched “off” by a power interrupt, or
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5.2.5 Customer Service Mode (CSM) customer wants to make use of the HDMI functionality, the
SSB has to be replaced.
Purpose • 3.4 e-UM version Version of the available built in
The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and electronic manual.
information on the TV’s operation settings.The call centre can
instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to How to Navigate
identify the status of the set.This helps the call centre to By means of the “CURSOR-DOWN/UP” knob (or the scroll
diagnose problems and failures in the TV set before making a wheel) on the RC-transmitter, can be navigated through the
service call. menus.
The CSM is a read-only mode; therefore, modifications are not
possible in this mode. How to Exit CSM
To exit CSM, use one of the following methods.
Specifications • Press the MENU/HOME button on the remote control
• Ignore “Service unfriendly modes”. transmitter.
• Line number for every • Press the POWER button on the remote control
line (to make CSM language independent). transmitter.
• Set the screen mode to full • Press the POWER button on the television set.
screen (all contents on screen is visible).
• After leaving the Customer Service Mode, the original
settings are restored.
• Possibility to use “CH+” or “CH-” for channel surfing, or
enter the specific channel number on the RC.

How to Activate CSM


To activate CSM, press the following key sequence on a
standard remote control transmitter: “123654” (do not allow the
display to time out between entries while keying the sequence).
After entering the Customer Service Mode, the following items
are displayed.

Note: Activation of the CSM is only possible if there is no (user)


menu on the screen!

Contents of CSM
• 1.1 Set Type This information is very helpful for a
helpdesk/workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In
this way, it 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 corruption, this set type has to be re-written
to NVM.
• 1.2 Production code Displays the production
code (the serial number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is
replaced or is initialized after corruption, this production
code has to be re-written to NVM.
• 1.3 Installation date Indicates the date of the first
installation of the TV. This date is acquired via time
extraction.
• 1.4 Option Code 1 Gives the option codes of option group
1 as set in SAM.
• 1.5 Option Code 2 Gives the option codes of option group
2 as set in SAM.
• 1.6 SSB Gives an identification of the SSB as stored in
NVM. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after
corruption, this identification number has to be re-written to
NVM. This identification number is the 12NC number of the
SSB.
• 1.7 Display 12NC NVM read/write.
• 1.8 PSU 12NC NVM read/write.
• 2.1 Current Main SW Displays the built-in main software
version. In case of field problems related to software,
software can be upgraded. As this software is consumer
upgradeable, it will also be published on the internet.
• 2.2 Standby SW Displays the built-in stand-by processor
software version. Upgrading this software will be possible
via USB.
• 2.3 Panel Code Displays the Display Code number.
• 2.4 NVM version Detects and displays NVM version.
• 2.5 Error Codes Detects and displays errors.
• 3.1 Signal Quality Analog/digital signal strength.
• 3.2 Child lock Not active / active. This is a combined item
for locks. If any lock (channel lock, parental lock) is active,
it is indicated as “active”.
• 3.3 HDCP keys Indicates the validity of the HDMI keys (or
HDCP keys). In case these keys are not valid and the

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5.3 Stepwise Start-up

Standby Soft Mode


Command Received,
previously in Standby Switch
Soft Mode (Power tact Off(Mains
Standby Power Plug)
switch)

Digital Digital
background background
TV Wakeup tasks started tasks completed
commands
Received
(TV Wakeup Standby
keys) commands Swith On,
Semi-
previously in
Received (RC Standby Standby/Semi-
Standby key) Standby (Mains
Power Plug)

Standby
Standby Soft Mode Soft Mode
Command Received, Command Switch Off (Mains
previously in Standby Received Power Plug)
TV Wakeup Soft Mode (Power (Power tact
commands tact switch) switch)
Received
(TV Wakeup Switch Off
keys) (Mains Power
Switch On, previously Plug)
in Power On Mode Standby Power Off
Power On (Power tact switch) Soft Mode Swith On,
previously in
Standby Soft Mode Standby Soft Mode
Command Received, (Mains Power Plug)
(Power tact switch)

Switch Off (Mains


Switch On,previously in
Power Plug)
TV Operation Mode
(Mains Power Plug)
19080_206_110323.eps
120224

Figure 5-1 Stepwise Start-up

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5.4 Service Tools 5.5 Software Upgrading

5.4.1 ComPair 5.5.1 Description

Introduction It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips USB port. This allows replacement of a software image in a
Consumer Electronics products. and offers the following: stand alone set. A description on how to upgrade the main
1. ComPair helps to quickly get an understanding on how to software can be found in the DFU or on the Philips website.
repair the chassis in a short and effective way.
2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore 5.5.2 Introduction
capable of accurately indicating problem areas. No
knowledge on I2C or UART commands is necessary,
Philips continuously tries to improve its products, and it’s
because ComPair takes care of this.
recommend that the TV software is updated when updates are
3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can available. Software update files can be obtained from the
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the
dealer or can be downloaded from the following websites:
micro processor is working) and all repair information is
http://www.philips.com/support
directly available.
4. ComPair features TV software up possibilities.
Preparing a portable memory for software upgrade
The following requirements have to be met:
Specifications
1. A personal computer connected to the internet.
ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program 2. An archive utility that supports the ZIP-format (e.g. WinZip
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
for Windows or Stufflt for Mac OS).
The ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via an
3. A FAT formatted USB memory stick (preferably empty).
USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box and
the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the service
Note:
connector(s).
1. Only FAT/DOS-formatted memory sticks are supported.
The ComPair fault finding program is able to determine the
problem of the defective television, by a combination of 2. Only use software update files that can be found on the
http://www.philips.com/support web site.
automatic diagnostics and an interactive question/answer
procedure.
5.5.3 Check the current TV software version
How to Connect
This is described in the chassis fault finding database in Before starting the software upgrade procedure, it is advised to
ComPair. check that what the current TV software:
1. Press the “1 2 3 6 5 4” button on the remote control to enter
TO TV
the CSM mode.
2. Use the up/down cursor keys to select “Current Main
TO TO TO
UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR
I2C SERVICE
CONNECTOR
UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR
Software”.
If the current software version of the TV is the same as the
latest update file found on http://www.philips.com/support, it is
ComPair II
Multi
function
not necessary to update the TV software.
RC in RC out

Optional Power Link/ Mode


5.5.4 Download the latest software
Switch Activity I2C RS232 /UART

1. Open the internet page http://www.philips.com/support.


2. Find information and software related to the TV.
PC
3. Select the latest software update file and download it to the
PC.
4. Insert the USB memory stick into one of the USB ports of
the PC.
5. Decompress the downloaded ZIP file and copy the
ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge “autorun.upg” to the root directory of the USB flash drive.
Optional power
HDMI 5V DC
I2C only 5.5.5 Update the TV software

10000_036_090121.eps
091118 1. Turn the TV on and wait for it to boot completely.
2. Insert the USB memory stick that contains the software
Figure 5-2 ComPair II interface connection update files in the TV’s USB port.
3. The TV will detect the USB memory stick automatically.
Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as Then a window jumps out as Figure 5-3.
shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in Note: If the USB flash drive is not detected after power up,
between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If disconnect it and re-insert it.
one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs can be 4. Select [Update] and press OK. See Figure 5-3.
blown! 5. To proceed, In next menu select [Start] and press OK to
start software updates. See Figure 5-4.
6. Upgrading will now begins and the status of the updating
How to Order
progress will be displayed.
ComPair II order codes:
7. When the TV software is updated. Remove your USB flash
• ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020.
drive, then select [Restart] and press OK to restart the
• Software is available via the Philips Service web portal.
TV.See Figure 5-5.
• ComPair UART interface cable for TPM9.1x xx.
(using DB9 to 2 mm pitch JST connector): 3122 785 90630.
Note: When you encounter problems, contact your local
support desk.

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• FUS_clustername_version.zip: Contains the


“autorun.upg” which is needed to upgrade the TV main
software and the software download application.
• NVM_clustername_version.zip: Default NVM content.
Must be programmed via ComPair.

5.5.7 How to Copy NVM Data to/from USB

When copying data to and from a USB memory stick, the folder
“repair” is used. When inserting an empty USB memory stick,
and downloading data to the stick, the TV will create this folder.
When sending data from a USB memory stick to a TV, the
intended data must be available in the “repair” folder.
Note that when copying EDID data to the TV, all necessary
19080_207_110324.eps
110324 EDID files must be in this folder.
Service mode overview for your reference.
Figure 5-3 Update the TV software [1/3]
Table 5-3 Service mode overview

Service Modes Description


SAM Service alignment mode
Factory Mode Used for extended alignments
SDM Service default Mode
CSM 3-page compact CSM pages. There will be CSM dump to
USB-stick upon entering CSM-mode
USB SW upgradeable SW-upgrading of flash memories MTK-chips MT5366 can
be done via USB. The main SW can be upgraded via
Autorun.upg
NVM-Editor in SAM NVM-editor will function as in the past: Address and Value
field is a decimal value via digit entry
Service Data New Service data in SAM for CTN, Prod. no., 12NC
programming with virtual key board
USB copy/paste in Channel list, NVM data, Readable info, EDID
19080_208_110324.eps SAM
110324
UART logging There will be printout available in UART. No specifications
of the printout, per MTK provision/definition.
Figure 5-4 Update the TV software [2/3]
Blind SAM RC sequence “062598” + “Menu” +
“Panel code”
Clear Buffer RC sequence “062599” + “OK” or via SAM

5.6 Error Codes

5.6.1 Introduction

Error codes are required to indicate failures in the TV set. In


principle a unique error code is available for every:
• Activated (SW) protection.
• Failing I2C device.
• General I2C error.
The last five errors, stored in the NVM, are shown in the
Service menu’s. This is called the error buffer.
19080_209_110324.eps The error code buffer contains all errors detected since the last
110324
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
right. When an error occurs that is not yet in the error code
Figure 5-5 Update the TV software [3/3]
buffer, it is displayed at the left side and all other errors shift one
position to the right.
Note:
An error will be added to the buffer if this error differs from any
• Do not remove the USB flash drive during the software
error in the buffer. The last found error is displayed on the left.
update.
An error with a designated error code never leads to a
• If a power failure occurs during the update, do not remove
deadlock situation. It must always be diagnosable (e.g. error
the USB flash drive from the TV. The TV will continue the
buffer via OSD or blinking LED or via ComPair).
software update as soon as the power comes up again.
In case a failure identified by an error code automatically
• If an error occurs during the update retry the procedure or
results in other error codes (cause and effect), only the error
contact the dealer.
code of the MAIN failure is displayed.
• We do not recommend downgrading to an older version.
• Once the upgrade is finished, use the PC to remove the TV
software from the USB portable memory. 5.6.2 How to Read the Error Buffer

5.5.6 Content and Usage of the One-Zip Software File You can read the error buffer in three ways:
• On screen via the SAM/SDM/CSM (if you have a picture).
Example:
Below you find a content explanation of the One-Zip file, and
– ERROR: 000 000 000 000 000: No errors detected
instructions on how and when to use it. Only files that are
– ERROR: 013 000 000 000 000: Error code 13 is the
relevant for Service are mentioned here.
last and only detected error
• EDID_clustername.zip: Contains the EDID content of the
different EDID NVMs. See ComPair for further instructions.

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– ERROR: 034 013 000 000 000: Error code 13 was • It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly
detected first and error code 34 is the last detected with correct values and no bad solder joints.
(newest) error • Before any fault finding actions, check if the correct options
• Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no are set.
picture). See paragraph 5.5 Software Upgrading.
• Via ComPair. 5.8.1 NVM Editor

5.6.3 Error codes In some cases, it can be convenient if one directly can change
the NVM contents. This can be done with the “NVM Editor” in
In this chassis only “layer 2” error codes are available and point SAM mode. With this option, single bytes can be changed.
to problems on the SSB. They are triggered by LED blinking
when CSM is activated. Only the following layer 2 errors are Caution:
defined: • Do not change these, without understanding the function of
each setting, because incorrect NVM settings may
Table 5-4 Error code table seriously hamper the correct functioning of the TV set!
• Always write down the existing NVM settings, before
Layer-2 error code Defective device changing the settings. This will enable you to return to the
13 General I2C bus error on the SSB original settings, if the new settings turn out to be incorrect.
16 +12 V missing or low, PSU defective
27 Channel decoder error on the SSB 5.8.2 Load Default NVM Values
34 Tuner I2C bus error on the SSB
35 EEPROM I2C error on SSB, M24C64 It is possible to upload the default values to the NVM with
ComPair in case the SW is changed, the NVM is replaced with
5.6.4 How to Clear the Error Buffer a new (empty) one, or when the NVM content is corrupted.
After replacing an EEPROM (or with a defective/no EEPROM),
The error code buffer is cleared in the following cases: default settings should be used to enable the set to start-up and
allow the Service Default Mode and Service Alignment Mode to
• By using the CLEAR command in the SAM menu
be accessed.
• By using the CLEAR command in the Factory mode:
• By using the following key sequence on the remote control
transmitter: “062599” directly followed by the OK button. 5.8.3 No Picture
• If the contents of the error buffer have not changed for 50
hours, the error buffer resets automatically. When you have no picture, first make sure you have entered
the correct display code. See paragraph 6.4 Option Settings for
Note: If you exit SAM by disconnecting the mains from the the instructions. See also Table 6-3.
television set, the error buffer is not reset.
5.8.4 Unstable Picture via HDMI input
5.7 The Blinking LED Procedure
Check (via ComPair or factory mode) if HDMI EDID data is
5.7.1 Introduction properly programmed.

The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors. 5.8.5 No Picture via HDMI input
Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over
time, an error buffer is available, which is capable of storing the Check if HDCP key is valid. This can be done in CSM.
last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not
working properly.
5.8.6 TV Will Not Start-up from Stand-by
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 Possible Stand-by Controller failure. Re-flash the software.
1.5 seconds in which the LED is “off”. Then this sequence is
repeated. 5.8.7 Audio Amplifier
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 The Class D-IC U6002 has a powerpad for cooling. When the
this sequence, the LED will be “off” for 1.5 seconds. Any RC IC is replaced it must be ensured that the powerpad is very well
command terminates the sequence. Error code LED blinking is pushed to the PWB while the solder is still liquid. This is needed
in red color. to insure that the cooling is guaranteed, otherwise the Class
Example (2): the content of the error buffer is “12 9 6 0 0” After D-IC could break down in short time.
entering SDM, the following occurs.
• 1 long blink of 5 seconds to start the sequence. 5.8.8 CSM
• 12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds.
• 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds.
When CSM is activated and there is a USB memory stick
• 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds.
connected to the TV, the software will dump the complete CSM
• 1 long blink of 1.5 seconds to finish the sequence. content to the USB memory stick. The file (Csm.txt) will be
• The sequence starts again with 12 short blinks.
saved in the root of the USB memory stick.

5.7.2 Displaying the Entire Error Buffer


5.8.9 Loudspeakers

Additionally, the entire error buffer is displayed when Service Make sure that the volume is set to minimum during
Mode “SDM” is entered.
disconnecting the speakers in the ON-state of the TV. The
audio amplifier can be damaged by disconnecting the speakers
5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips during ON-state of the set!
Note:

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5.8.10 Display option code

Attention: In case the SSB is replaced, always check the Panel


Code in CSM, even when picture is available. Performance
with the incorrect display option code can lead to unwanted
side-effects for certain conditions.

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6. Alignments
Index of this chapter: In case you have a color analyzer:
6.1 General Alignment Conditions • Measure with a calibrated (phosphor- independent) color
6.2 Hardware Alignments analyzer (e.g. Minolta CA-210) in the centre of the screen.
6.3 Software Alignments Consequently, the measurement needs to be done in a
6.4 Option Settings dark environment.
6.5 Reset of Repaired SSB • Adjust the correct x, y coordinates (while holding one of the
6.6 Cable position numbers White point registers R, G or B on max. value) by means of
decreasing the value of one or two other white points to the
6.1 General Alignment Conditions correct x, y coordinates (see Table 6-1 White D alignment
Perform all electrical adjustments under the following values). Tolerance: dx:  0.010, dy:  0.010.
conditions: • Repeat this step for the other color Temperatures that need
• Power supply voltage: 90 - 264 VAC, 50/ 60  3 Hz. to be aligned.
• Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer • When finished return to the SAM root menu and press
with low internal resistance. STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the
• Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes. NVM.
• Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct
ground (e.g. measure audio signals in relation to Table 6-1 White D alignment values
AUDIO_GND).
Caution: It is not allowed to use heat sinks as ground. Value Cool (11000 K) Normal (9000 K) Warm (6500 K)
• Test probe: Ri > 10 M, Ci < 20 pF. x 0.276 0.287 0.313
• Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform y 0.282 0.296 0.329
alignments.

If you do not have a color analyzer, you can use the default
6.2 Hardware Alignments values. This is the next best solution. The default values are
Not applicable. average values coming from production (statistics).

6.3 Software Alignments 6.3.2 Display Adjustment


Put the set in SAM mode (see Chapter 5. Service Modes, Error
Codes, and Fault Finding). The SAM menu will now appear on
the screen. Select RGB Align and go to one of the sub menus. You can use the default values. The default values are average
values coming from production.
The alignments are explained below.
• Enter SAM mode.
The following items can be aligned:
• White point • Select a color temperature (e.g. COOL, NORMAL, or
WARM).
• Set the RED, GREEN and BLUE default values according
To store the data:
to the values in Table 6-2.
• Press OK on the RC before the cursor is moved to the
left. • When finished press OK on the RC, then press STORE to
store the aligned values to the NVM.
• Select “Store” and press OK on the RC.
• Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments.
• Switch the set to stand-by mode.

For the next alignments, supply the following test signals via a Table 6-2 White tone default settings
video generator to the RF input:
• EU/AP-PAL models: a PAL B/G TV-signal with a signal Color temperature
strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 475.25 MHz Picture mode Screen size Red Green Blue
• US/AP-NTSC models: an NTSC M/N TV-signal with a Normal (9000K) 22PFL3017D 85 109 128
signal strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 24PFL3017D 94 95 128
61.25 MHz (channel 3). 32PFL3007D 126 114 107
• LATAM models: an NTSC M TV-signal with a signal 32PFL3017D 126 115 103
strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 32PFL3507D 140 115 110
61.25 MHz (channel 3). 32PFL3707D 127 115 125
42PFL3007D 125 120 118

6.3.1 RGB Alignment 42PFL3507D 128 111 117


42PFL3707D 128 113 93
47PFL3007D 87 104 120
Before alignment, set the picture as follows:
Cool (11000K) 22PFL3017D 69 94 128
Picture Setting 24PFL3017D 76 84 128
Dynamic backlight Off 32PFL3007D 126 123 120
Dynamic Contrast Off 32PFL3017D 127 123 118
Color Enhancement Off 32PFL3507D 140 120 130
Picture Format Unscaled 32PFL3707D 110 105 128
Light Sensor Off 42PFL3007D 107 114 127
Brightness 50 42PFL3507D 123 109 128
Color 0 42PFL3707D 128 121 113
Contrast 100 47PFL3007D 98 115 124

White Tone Alignment:


• Activate SAM.
• Select “RGB Align.” and choose a color temperature.
• Use a 100% white screen as input signal and set the
following values:
– “Red BL Offset” and “Green BL Offset” to “7” (if
present).
– All “White point” values initial to “128”.
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Color temperature After a repaired SSB has been mounted in the set (set repair
Picture mode Screen size Red Green Blue on board level), the type number (CTN) and production code of
Warm (6500K) 22PFL3017D 114 128 116 the TV has to be set according to the type plate of the set. For
24PFL3017D 128 112 114 this, you can use the NVM editor in SAM. The loading of the
32PFL3007D 123 107 67 CTN and production code can also be done via ComPair
32PFL3017D 126 106 64 (Model number programming).
32PFL3507D 140 102 70
32PFL3707D 128 101 85 In case of a display replacement, reset the “Operation hours
42PFL3007D 120 108 74 display” to “0”, or to the operation hours of the replacement
42PFL3507D 128 101 77 display.
42PFL3707D 128 99 58
47PFL3007D 112 124 97 6.5.1 SSB Identification

This group setting of color temperature will be applied


SSB’s of this chassis are identified by a “715” code on the SSB.
automatically to the TV/VGA/HDMI/AV sources.
715Axxxx-Nnn-MMM-OOOO
• 715 main category, Printed Wiring Board
6.4 Option Settings • Axxxx sub category, sequential coding number
• Nnn Version code
6.4.1 Introduction • N Development number
• nn Production number
The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C • MMM Mounting variation code
ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make • OOOO Optional variation code
digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know Make sure when replacing an SSB the SSB identification codes
which ICs to address. The presence / absence of these match the replacement board.
MT5366 ICs is made known by the option codes.
6.6 Cable position numbers
Notes: In this chassis, the cable position numbers can be defined via
• After changing the option(s), save them by pressing the OK the rule that the number is always starting with an “E” followed
button on the RC before the cursor is moved to the left, by the connector number of the current sourcing board. The
select STORE and press OK on the RC. order is always seen from where the power initiates from. So
• The new option setting is only active after the TV is from PSU to SSB, from SSB to IR/LED panel, from IR/LED
switched “off” / “stand-by” and “on” again with the mains panel to keyboard control panel. For example, a cable from the
switch (the NVM is then read again). PSU connector CN902 to the SSB connector CN701, will have
the position number ECN902.
6.4.2 Option Code Overview

Enter SAM mode to check the option codes. they could not be
edited in the NVM.

6.4.3 Display Code Overview

Press the following key sequence on a standard RC


transmitter: “062598” directly followed by MENU and “xxx”,
where “xxx” is a 3 digit decimal value of the panel type: see
column “Display Code” in Table 6-3. After resetting the Display
Code, restart the set immediately.

Table 6-3 Display code overview

CTN_ALT BOM# Panel Type Display Code


22PFL3017D LC215EUE-TEA1 157
24PFL3017D M236HGE-L20 170
32PFL3007D LC320WXE-SCC1 153
32PFL3017D LC320WUE-SCA1 150
32PFL3507D LC320DXN-SER1 160
32PFL3707D TPT315B5-J3L01 162
42PFL3007D LC420WUE-SCA1 151
42PFL3507D LC420DUN-SER1 161
42PFL3707D TPT420H2-LE5 163
47PFL3007D LC470WUE-SCA2 152

6.5 Reset of Repaired SSB


A very important issue towards a repaired SSB from a Service
repair shop (SSB repair on component level) implies the reset
of the NVM on the SSB.
A repaired SSB in Service should get the service Set type
“00PF0000000000” and Production code “00000000000000”.
Also the virgin bit is to be set. To set all this, you can use the
ComPair tool or use the “NVM editor” and “Dealer options”
items in SAM (do not forget to “store”).

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Circuit Descriptions TPM9.1L LA 7. EN 31

7. Circuit Descriptions
Index of this chapter: 7.1 Introduction
7.1 Introduction The TPM9.1L LA platform is covering the 3000 series styling. It
7.2 Power Supply uses the MT5366 main microprocessor. The major difference
7.3 DC/DC Converters compared to its predecessors is ISDB support.
7.4 Front-End Analogue and ISDB-T reception
7.5 HDMI 7.1.1 Implementation
7.6 Video and Audio Processing - MT5366IVGG/B
7.7 Back-End Key components of this chassis are:
• MT5366SVOG/B
Notes:
• SUT-RB211TV SONY Tuner for 3000 series (ISDB-T,
• Only new circuits. analogue)
(circuits that are not published recently) are described.
• Sil9185ACTU HDMI Switch
• Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due
• STA381BWTR 20W VQFN-48r AUDIO Amplifier
to different set executions.
• For a good understanding of the following circuit
7.1.2 TPM9.1L LA Architecture Overview
descriptions, please use the wiring, block (see chapter
9. Block Diagrams) and circuit diagrams (see chapter
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts).Where necessary, For details about the chassis block diagrams refer
you will find a separate drawing for clarification. to Figure 9.10 Block Diagram.

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7.1.3 SSB Cell Layout

DC/DC AV OUT

DDR
AV IN

MT5366

AUDIO AMP

USB

TUNER

ANALOG I/O

HDMI SWITCH

SERVICE
CONNECTOR

HDMI

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120323

Figure 7-1 SSB layout cells (top view)

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7.2 Power Supply


Refer to figure Figure 7-2 for the power architecture of this
platform.

AMP LVDS AMP


CN8101
24V 12V

Display power Platform power

CN8102 BL-ON/OFF
DIM
12V
24V Platform
5V MTK5366
CN7001
Low stby
power

PFC Ac-input + Mains filter


AC IN 1 power- PCB
CN902

19230_202_120309.eps
120309

Figure 7-2 Power Architecture 3000 series

7.2.1 Power Supply Unit • LED backlight:


- side-view LED without scanning: PSL power board
All power supplies for TVs that are using a CCFL back lit LCD - side-view LED with scanning: PSLS power board
panel are outside the repair policy. However when defective, - direct-view LED without 2D-dimming: PSL power board
first check the main fuse of the power board. Always replace a - direct-view LED with 2D-dimming: PSDL power board.
defective fuse with one with the correct specifications! This part
is available in the regular market. PSL stands for Power Supply with integrated LED-drivers.
Consult the Philips Service web portal for the order codes of the PSLS stands for a Power Supply with integrated LED-drivers
boards. with added Scanning functionality (added microcontroller).
PSDL stands for a Power Supply for Direct-view LED backlight
The used control signals are: with 2D-dimming.
• Stand-by
• Inverter “on/off” 7.2.3 Connector overview
• DIM (PWM)
The output voltages to the chassis are: Table 7-1 Connector overview
• +3V3-STANDBY (Stand-by mode only)
• +12V (on-mode) Connector
• +Vsnd (+24V) (audio power) (on-mode) 22PFL3017 24PFL3017 32PFL3007 42PFL3007 47PFL3007
• +24V (bolt-on power) (on-mode) no. CN9101 CN9101 CN9902 CN902 CN902
• Output to the display; in case of Descr. to SSB to SSB to SSB to SSB TO SSB
- IPB: High voltage to the LCD panel Pin 13 13 13 13 13
- PSL and PSLS (LED-driver outputs) 1 - - ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF
- PSDL (high frequent) AC-current. 2 +5V +5.2V PDIM PDIM PDIM
3 +5V +5.2V +12V +12V +12V
7.2.2 Diversity 4 NC GND +12V +12V +12V
5 +12V +12V GND GND GND
The diversity in power supply units is mainly determined by the 6 +12V +12V GND GND GND
diversity in displays. 7 GND GND GND GND GND
8 GND GND +24V +24V +24V

The following displays can be distinguished: 9 GND GND +24V +24V +24V

• CCFL/EEFL backlight: power board is conventional IPB 10 NC - PS_ON PS_ON PS_ON

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Connector 7.4 Front-End Analogue and


22PFL3017 24PFL3017 32PFL3007 42PFL3007 47PFL3007 ISDB-T reception
no. CN9101 CN9101 CN9902 CN902 CN902
Descr. to SSB to SSB to SSB to SSB TO SSB 7.4.1 Front-End Analogue
Pin 13 13 13 13 13
11 NC - +5V +5V +5V The Front-End for the analogue tuner consist of the following
12 DIM DIM +5V +5V +5V key components:
13 ON/OFF ON/OFF - NC -

• SUT RB211 Dual input Tuner


7.3 DC/DC Converters • CXD2828ER demodulator
The on-board DC/DC converters deliver the following voltages
(depending on set execution):
The system makes use of the following features:
• +5V2-STANDBY, permanent voltage for the Stand-by
controller, LED/IR receiver and controls; connector • 5 V power supply for antenna switching
• 2.5 V power supply for the built in PF IC
CN9302/CN902 pins 2 and 3
• IF AGC range from 0 to 1.8 V
• +12V, input from the power supply for the panel common
(active mode); connector CN9302/CN902 pins 10 and 11 • ISBD-T, IF frequency of 4.0 MHz
• RF IC system reset, (HIGH during normal running state)
• +24V, input from the power supply for audio amplifier,
connector CN9302/CN902 pins 5 and 6
• +1V1, core voltage supply for MT5366; has to be started up Below a block diagram of the front-end application for
first and switched “off” last (diagram B01) SAW-less analogue TV reception is shown.
• +1V2, supply voltage for power supply for the scaler IC
MT5366
• +1V5, supply voltage for DDR3 (diagram B07)
SUT-RB211T
• +3V3, general supply voltage (diagram B01) RF Tuner for
IF AGC
• +5V-TUN, supply voltage for tuner (diagram B14) PAL/ISDB-T
• +5V-USB, input intermediate supply voltage for USB
IF for PAL/SECAM
(diagram B04)
• +3V3 from the power supply for the scaler IC MT5366
Figures gives a graphical representation of the DC/DC
converters. I2C
IF for ISDB_T MT5366CVNG
+5 VTuner

DVDD3V3
+5 V 1.5 V
+5 VUSB
CXD2828
ISDB_T
+5V DVDD3V3
DVDD3V3 1.2 V
Demodulator

Standby

AVDD3V3
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120328

+12V Panel
Figure 7-4 Front-End Saw-less analogue mode block diagram
12 V

Below a block diagram of the front-end application for DVB-T/C


digital TV reception is shown.
24V Amplifier
24 V

SUT-RB211T
19240_203_120224.eps RF Tuner for
IF AGC
120628 PAL/ISDB-T

Figure 7-3 DC/DC converters xxPFL4xx7 series

I2C
IF for ISDB_T MT5366CVNG
TS DATA
OUT(SERIAL)

CXD2828 TS DATA
OUT(SERIAL)
ISDB_T
Demodulator
I2C
On

19260_204_120327.eps
120328

Figure 7-5 Front-End ISDB-T digital TV mode block diagram

7.5 HDMI
In this platform, the Silicon image Sil9185ACTU HDMI
multiplexer is implemented. Refer to figure 7-6 HDMI input
configuration for the application.

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Circuit Descriptions TPM9.1L LA 7. EN 35

Integrated Backlight
MT5366CVNG Tcon CCFL
50/60 Hz
A
SIL9185A

TX

CN502 CN501
ASIC

ARX
R1X

Current
PWM
R3X R2X

BRX
CRX
IPB
Backlight-PWM

CN701
CN503 MT5366
Lamp-ON
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120328 SSB

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Figure 7-6 HDMI input configuration 120330

The Sil9185ACTU has the following specifications: Figure 7-7 LED back lit power scheme.
• +5V detection mechanism
• Stable clock detection mechanism
• Integrated EDID
• RT control
• HPD control
• Sync detection
• TMDS output control
• CEC control

7.6 Video and Audio Processing - MT5366IVGG/B


The MT5366IVGG/B is the main audio and video processor (or
System-on-Chip) for this platform. It has the following features:

• Multi-standard digital video decoder (MPEG-2, H.264,


MPEG-4)
• Integrated DVB-T/DVB-C/DVB-S channel decoder
• Integrated CI+
• Integrated motion accurate picture processing
• High definition ME/MC
• Extended color gamut and color booster
• Integrated USB2.0 host controller
• Improved MPEG artefact reduction
• Security for customers own code/settings (secure flash).

The MT5366IVGG/B combines front-end video processing


functions, such as DVB-T channel decoding, MPEG-2/H.264
decoding, analog video decode and HDMI reception, with
advanced back-end video picture improvements. High flat
panel screen resolutions and refresh rates are supported with
formats including 1366 × 768 @ 60 Hz and 1920 × 1080 @
60 Hz. The combination of Ethernet, CI+ and H.264 supports
new TV experiences with IPTV and VOD. On top of that,
optional support is available for 2D dimming in combination
with LED backlights for optimum contrast and power savings
up to 50%.

For a functional diagram of the MT5366IVGG/B, refer


to Figure 8-3.

7.7 Back-End
The following backlight types can be distinguished.
CCFL backlight;
applicable to the xxPFL3xxx sets

Refer to section 7.2.2 Diversity for an in-depth explanation of


the different power boards that are used.

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

8.1 Diagram 10-5-1 System Power 1 B01, TPS54319RTER (IC U703)

Block diagram
PWRGD EN VIN

i1 ihys
Shutdown Thermal
Shutdown UVLO
Enable
93% Logic Comparator
Shutdown
Shutdown
Logic
107%
Enable
Threshold
Boot
Voltage Charge
Reference
Boot
Minimum Current
UVLO
COMP Clamp Sense
ERROR
AMPLIFIER
PWM
VSENSE Comparator BOOT

SS/TR Logic and PWM


Latch
Shutdown
Logic Slope
Compensation
COMP PH

Frequency
Shift

Overload Maximum
Recovery Clamp
Oscillator
GND
with PLL

TPS54319

AGND POWERPAD RT/CLK

Pinning information
PWRGD

BOOT
VIN

EN

16 15 14 13

VIN 1 12 PH

QFN16 VIN 2
PowerPAD
11 PH
RTE PACKAGE (17)
(TOP VIEW)
GND 3 10 PH

GND 4 9 SS/TR

5 6 7 8
AGND

VSENSE

COMP

RT/CLK

19080_310_110408.eps
120102

Figure 8-1 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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8.2 Diagram 10-5-9 Audio Amplifier/Headphone/Subwoofer B09, STA381BWTR (IC U603)

Block diagram
STA381BW

4 OUT 1A
2.1 Channel OUT 1B
Half
MCLK Audio Processor OUT 2A
Bridges
FFXTM OUT 2B
STAudioFx TM Modulator FFX3A
LRCKI STSpeakerSafe TM
BICKI Parametric EQ FFX3B
Binary
Volume FFX4A
Ternary
SDI Bass and Treble
Speaker Compensation FFX4B
Stereo Widening F3XL
F3XR

LINEINL LINEHPOUT_L

LINEINR LINEHPOUT_R

Headph one
SOFT_MUTE
TESTMODE (2Vrms)
PWDN
Control logic
INTLINE
& -3.3V CPVSS
RESET
Protections
Negative
SA Charge
SDA IIC Pump CPP
SCL
PLL CPM

REG_M3
VDD3V3CHP
F3X_FILT
GNDPSUB
2 x GNDDIG

AGNDPLL
2 x VCC
VDD_REG

VCC_REG

VSS_REG
2 x GND

2 x VDDDIG

GNDA
GND_REG

VREGFILT

Pinning information
TESTMODE
GNDDIG2
VDDDIG2

INTLINE

RESET
PWDN

LRCKI

BICKI
SDA
SCL

SDI
SA
48

47

46

45

44

43

42

41

40

39

38

37

VCC_REG 1 36 MCLK

VSS_REG 2 35 AGNDPLL

OUT2B 3 34 VREGFILT

GND2 4 33 TWARNEXT/FFX4B

VCC2 5 32 EAPD/FFX4A

OUT2A 6 31 FFX3B

OUT1B 7
STA381BW 30 FFX3A

VCC1 8 29 GNDDIG1

GND1 9 28 VDDDIG1

OUT1A 10 27 VDD3V3CHP

VDD_REG 11 26 CPP

GND_REG 12 25 GNDPSUB
13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24
F3X_FILT

VDD3V3

CPVSS
GNDA
F3XR

LINEINL

LINEINR

SOFTMUTE
LINEHPOUT_L

LINEHPOUT_R

CPM
F3XL

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120224

Figure 8-2 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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8.3 Diagram 10-5-11 GPIO Interface & to IR/Keyboard control B11, MT5366SVOG/B PBGA-479 (IC U401)

Block diagram

VADC × 4

MT5366CV

19080_300_110316.eps
120102

Figure 8-3 Internal block diagram

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IC Data Sheets TPM9.1L LA 8. EN 39

Pinning information MT5366CV [1/2]


479 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

AA

AB

AC

AD

AE

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

19080_301_110316.eps
120102

Figure 8-4 Pin configuration [1/2]

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Pinning information MT5366CV [2/2]


13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 RT

AA

AB

AC

AD

AE

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 RB

19080_302_110316.eps
120102

Figure 8-5 Pin configuration [2/2]

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8.4 Diagram 10-5-15 ISDB-T Demodulator B15, CXD2828ER (IC U103)

Block diagram

TSCLK
TSSYNC
ISDB-T TSVALID
TAINP TSDATA[7:0]
TAINM
Viterbi RS
ADC TSIF
OFDM decoder decoder
Demodulator
TIFAGC Status
Terrestrial AGC TMCC
Tuner Monitor
SDA
SCL
2 2
Tuner I C Host I C
TTUSDA
TTUSCL CXD2828ER

Oscillator PLL Logic GPIO


XTALI GPIO0 (EWS)
XTALO GPIO1 (PWM)
41/20.5MHz GPIO2 (TSERR)

OSCEN_X
XTALSEL

Pinning information
OSCMODE

OSCEN_X

SLVADR0
XTALO

RST_X

CVDD
PVDD
XVDD
XTALI
XVSS

PVSS

VSS

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

TAINM 37 24 TESTMODE

TAINP 38 23 VSS

TAVSS 39 22 CVDD

TAVDD 40 21 SDA

SLVADR1 41 20 SCL
XTALSEL 42 19 DVDD
CXD2828ER-T4
VSS 43 18 VSS
CVDD 44 17 TSDATA7
TTUSDA 45 16 TSDATA6
TTUSCL 46 49 15 TSDATA5
GPIO1 47 14 TSDATA4
TIFAGC 48 13 TSDATA3

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

VSS

TSDATA0

TSDATA1
TSVALID
GPIO2

DVDD

CVDD
GPIO0

TSSYNC

VSS
TSDATA2

19260_300_120320.eps
120323

Figure 8-6 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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Personal Notes:

10000_012_090121
110

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Block Diagrams TPM9.1L LA 9. EN 43

9. Block Diagrams
9.1 Wiring diagram 3000 series 22"
WIRING DIAGRAM 3000 series 22"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN701
12P

CN603
3P
CN409
40P R

CN601
CN9101

4P
12P
CN8103

L
6P

CVBS

E SSB
USB

A MAIN POWER SUPPLY B (1053)


(1054)
KEYBOARD CONTROL

VGA ANTENNA ANTENNA


IN 1 IN 2 HDMI1
(AIR) (CABLE)
AUDIO IN
(1057)

DVI/VGA

CN407
12P
L
CN9901
CN016

CVBS/Y Pb Pr
3P

SERV.U
ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2
N

L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
to panel

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)
CN201 IR/LED BOARD
CN001

J
3P

6P (1056)

19251_400_120614.eps
120618

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9.2 Wiring diagram 3000 series 24"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3000 series 24"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN701
12P

CN603
3P
CN408
40P R

CN9101

CN601
4P
12P
CN8103
6P

CVBS

E
USB
MAIN POWER SUPPLY SSB
A B (1053)
(1054)
KEYBOARD CONTROL

VGA ANTENNA ANTENNA


IN 1 IN 2 HDMI1
(AIR) (CABLE)
(1057)

AUDIO IN
DVI/VGA

CN407
L

12P
CN9901
CN016
3P

CVBS/Y Pb Pr

SERV.U
ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2
N

L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
to panel

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

CN201 IR/LED BOARD


CN001

J
3P

6P (1056)

19252_400_120814.eps
120829

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9.3 Wiring diagram 3000 series 32"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3000 series 32"

Board Level Repair See note in Chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN9902
13P

CN409

CN603
CN701

3P
12P 40P
CN802
3P

R
E

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

CN601
A

4P
(1054) L
KEYBOARD CONTROL

CVBS
CN801
3P

SSB USB1
B (1053)
(1057)

USB2
CN01
3P

VGA ANTENNA ANTENNA


IN 1 IN 2
to panel (AIR) (CABLE)
HDMI1

AUDIO IN
DVI/VGA

CN407
12P
N L CVBS/Y Pb Pr

SERV.U

CN9901 ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2

L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

to panel
LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

CN201 IR/LED BOARD


CN001

J
3P

6P (1056)

19250_400_120326.eps
120905

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9.4 Wiring diagram 3500 series 32"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3500 series 32"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN903
13P

CN902
13P
E
CN701 CN409
12P 30P

CN603
3P
R

CN601
KEYBOARD CONTROL

4P
L
to panel MAIN POWER SUPPLY
A CVBS
(1054)
SSB USB
B
(1057)

(1053)
CN01
5P

VGA
HDMI1

AUDIO IN ANTENNA ANTENNA


DVI/VGA
IN 1 IN 2

CN407
(AIR) (CABLE)

12P
N L CVBS/Y Pb Pr

SERV.U

CN9901 ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2

L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

CN201 IR/LED BOARD


CN001

J
3P

6P (1056)

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9.5 Wiring diagram 3700 series 32"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3700 series 32"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN701
12P

CN603
3P
CN408
40P R

CN601
4P
E L

CN801 CVBS
12P

USB

SSB
KEYBOARD CONTROL

B (1053)

VGA ANTENNA ANTENNA


CN903 IN 1 IN 2
13P (AIR) (CABLE) HDMI1
(1057)

AUDIO IN

A MAIN POWER SUPPLY DVI/VGA

CN407
12P
(1054) CVBS/Y Pb Pr
CN016
5P

SERV.U

ARC
HDMI 3
HDMI2
L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

N L to panel
CN901

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)
CN201

IR/LED BOARD
J
6P

(1056)

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9.6 Wiring diagram 3000 series 42"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3000 series 42"

Board Level Repair See note in Chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

CN602
3P
E

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

CN902
A

13P
(1054)

CN603
CN701
KEYBOARD CONTROL

3P
12P

CN601
CN408 R

3P

CN601
40P

4P
L

CVBS
(1057)

SSB USB1
B (1053)
3P

CN01

USB2

to panel N L VGA ANTENNA ANTENNA


to panel
IN 1 IN 2 HDMI1
(AIR) (CABLE)
CN901
AUDIO IN

CN407
DVI/VGA

12P
CVBS/Y Pb Pr

SERV.U
ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2

L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

CN201 IR/LED BOARD


CN001

J
3P

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9.7 Wiring diagram 3500 series 42"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3500 series 42"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN903
13P

CN902
13P
to panel

E MAIN POWER SUPPLY


A
(1054)

CN701
KEYBOARD CONTROL

12P
CN408

CN603
3P
40P
R

CN601
4P
L

N L CVBS
(1057)

CN9901 SSB USB


B (1053)
CN01
5P

VGA
HDMI1

AUDIO IN ANTENNA ANTENNA


DVI/VGA
IN 1 IN 2

CN407
(AIR) (CABLE)

12P
CVBS/Y Pb Pr

SERV.U
ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2

L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

CN201 IR/LED BOARD


CN001

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9.8 Wiring diagram 3700 series 42"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3700 series 42"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

CN8501 CN8502
12P 12P

A MAIN POWER SUPPLY

CN902
13P
(1054) CN701
12P

CN603
3P
CN408
40P R

CN601
4P
E L
KEYBOARD CONTROL

CVBS

USB

SSB
B (1053)

N L ANTENNA ANTENNA
VGA
IN 1 IN 2
(1057)

(AIR) (CABLE) HDMI1


CN901 AUDIO IN
DVI/VGA

CN407
12P
CN016

CVBS/Y Pb Pr
5P

SERV.U

ARC
HDMI 3
HDMI2
L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

to panel

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)
CN201

IR/LED BOARD
J
6P

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9.9 Wiring diagram 3000 series 47"


WIRING DIAGRAM 3000 series 47"

Board Level Repair See note in chapter 6 about cable position numbers.

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

E
KEYBOARD CONTROL

CN603
CN701

3P
12P
CN8102
3P

CN408 R

CN601
40P

4P
(1057)

MAIN POWER SUPPLY


A CN902
13P
CVBS
3P
(1054)
to panel

CN01
SSB
CN8101

B USB1
3P

(1053) to panel

VGA ANTENNA ANTENNA


IN 1 IN 2 HDMI1
(AIR) (CABLE)
AUDIO IN

CN407
DVI/VGA

12P
CVBS/Y Pb Pr

SERV.U
N L ARC
HDMI 3 HDMI2

CN901 L R DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

CN201 IR/LED BOARD


CN001

J
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9.10 Block Diagram

IF(+/-) for PAL/SECAM DC POWER


SUT-RB211T

5V
H5TQ1G63DFR-H9C
RF Tuner for IF(+/-) for ISDB_T
×2 HY27UF082G2B
PAL/ISDB-T
CN701 DDRIII/1 Gb/ 1333 MHz NAND FLASH 256 MB

+24V(16V) 5V 12V
I2C

TS DATA OUT(SERIAL)
CXD2828

ISDB_T SPI
Demodulator
MT5366CVNG

VGA LVDS (50/60 Hz)


D-SUB(PC IN)
M24C02 I2C
VGA EEPROM
YPbPr
RCA(YPBPR)
LCD panel T-CON
CN409 FPC Connector
CVBS
RCA(AV) CN408 for 26" to 40" WXGA, (Full HD) Panel

SII9185ACTU
HDMI3 HDMI switch

HDMI I2C
HDMI2
HDMI DDC NC MX25L6445EM2I-10G
NOR FLASH 64 MB
HDMI1 TMDS [RX0 : RX3]
VGA DDC

Switch MAX809STRG
ARC(Audio Return Channel) for HDMI SPDIF RESET Circuit
SN74LVC1G125DBVR

SPDIF_OUT
SPDIF_OUT I2C M24C32
SYSTEM EEPROM

PHONE JACK(PC R/L)


AUDIO AMP
RCA(YPBPR R/L) R/L I2S Speaker R/L
Left Speaker

RCA(AV R/L)
CN601

USB 2.0 STA381BW Right Speaker


USB(Multimedia) Class-D amplifier
Multimedia & debug, sw code download
USB 2.0
USB(Multimedia)
Multimedia & debug, sw code download

UART 3pin R/L PWM Headphone R/L Headphone


CN410 UART(TX/RX) CN602

CN407

Keyboard IR-LED

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10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


10.1 A 715G5309 PSU
10-1-1 Power

Power
A01 A01
BD9101

3
GBL08-C2

4 1 CN9101
- +
D9101 13
ON/OFF

3
FMW-2156 L9101 12
3.5uH C9120 DIM 11
2 1NF 10
2

+5.2V 9
8
7

1
C9110 C9111 + C9112 12V_16V 6
RV9901 C9107 + 100N 50V 470UF 25V 100N 50V 5
TVR14511KFAOZF 1NF 500V 4
R9115 C9109 3
47 OHM 1/4W +5.2V 2
1000UF 10V
1
R9116
47 OHM 1/4W
CONN

R9118
4 T9101 100 OHM 1/4W
A R9104 R9106
C9902 C9904 C9108
470PF 250V 470PF 250V 100K 1/4W 100K 1/4W 10 R9119 1NF 500V
R9101 + + 5 9 100 OHM 1/4W
6.8K 1/4W C9125 C9103
C9101A C9102A 2.2nF 10% 630V
1NF R9105 R9107 8 R9121
R9120
47uF M 450V 47uF M 450V 100K 1/4W 7 820OHM +-5% 1/8W
100K 1/4W 6 100 OHM 1/4W
2
R9102 11
6.8K 1/4W 12
D9102
D9103 1

3
2 MBRF20150CT L9102
1 N FR107 R9108 NEW 3.5uH 12V_16V
L D9104 4.7 OHM 2
R9109
R9103 SS1060FL
10R 1/8W 5%
CN901 6.8K 1/4W 2 1
NC

1
L9901 Q9101 C9126 D9105 C9113 C9115
2 30MH 3 TK6A65D 220PF C9122 + + 100N 50V + C9123
FR107 470UF 25V C9114 470UF 25V
SG9901 SG9902 IC9101 R9110 R9111 470UF 25V 100N 50V
DSPL201M-A21F DSPL201M-A21F LD7750RGR 62R 1% 10K 1/8W
1 4 1 8
2 OTP HV
3 COMP 6
4 CS VCC 5
C9906 C9907 GND OUT
470PF 250V 470PF 250V +
C9104 C9105
R9114 100N 50V
47UF 50V R9112 12V_16V
100KOHM +-5% 1/8W 0R36 5% 2W +5.2V
R9113

2
220 OHM 1/4W ZD9102
2

GDZJ22B ZD9103
C9106 GDZJ5.6B
NR9901 470P 50V IC9102

1
5D2-07MCS 056G 139 3A R9125

1
PC123X2YFZOF 47K 1/8W 1%
R9123
1

3K3 1/8W 1% D9107


4

1
R9122 1N4148 D9106
C9124 3K3 1/8W 1% 1N4148
22N 50V
C9901
3

470NF 305V 2

12V_16V R9127
A FB9903 100R 1/8W 5%
C9905 BEAD Q9103
1NF 250V C9117 PMBS3904
2

R9132 R9133 R9134 1 2 HS1 220N 50V


ZD9101 HEAT SINK
GDJ13B
NC NC NC
R9124 R9128
1

2
1 C9118 1K 1/8W
R9901 R9130 2 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W 100N 50V
2M4 5% 1/2W 470R 3 ZD9104
HS4 R9129 4 BZT52-C5V6
470R 1/8W 1% AS431AZTR-E1

1
1 IC9103
2 R9126
3 2K43 1/8W 1%
2
4

HS3
F9901 Q9102 HEAT SINK
FUSE NC 2SD1623S-TD-E
1
3

1
CN9901 2
3
2 1 4
C9119 R9131
1K 1/8W
100N 50V
SOCKET
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10-1-2 A02 LED Driver

LED Driver
A02 A02
FB9905
L8102 FB9904 D8101 BEAD VLED+
47UH SR510-22
1 2 1 2 1 2

12V_16V C8116
+ C8101 220P 50V C8102
C8105 470UF 25V JUMPER C8106 + 100UF 63V + C8113 R8116

5
6
7
8
100N 50V C8115 1NF 100UF 63V 100K 1% 1/4W
C8107 Q8101 NC/100PF

D
D
D
D
220P 50V
AO4482L
R8117

G
S
S
S
C8111 4K3 +-1% 1/8W
NC

4
3
2
1
R8104
22 OHM 1/8W

DIM D8102 R8118


ON/OFF SS1060FL R8105
R8101 IC8501 SLP 2 1 2R2 +-5% 1/8W D8103 SLP
1M 1/6W 5%
1 14 VADJ 2
51K 1/8W 1% 2 EN SLP 13 VBJT R8106 LED1
3 DIM VADJ 12 +16V 3 R8119
VFB 4 GM VBJT 11 10K 1/8W C8112
VFB VCC 150K 1/8W 5%
VSET 5 10 1 NC
6 VSET VMOS 9 C8103 R8103
C8108 7 OVP GND 8 1uF 0R05 1/4W
RT CS BAV99
10N 50V R8108 R8107
C8109 PF7001S
R8102 0R1 5% 2W
100N 50V D8104
100KOHM +-1% 1/8W 200OHM +-5% 1/8W 2
C8110 LED2
3
470P 50V
12V_16V VSET 1 VLED+ CN8102
LED1
2
R8110 BAV99 1
100K 1% 1/4W
D8105 NC
2
LED3
3
CN8101
R8111
C8104 1 LED4
18K 1/8W 5% LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED3
100N 50V 6
5
BAV99 4
R8129 R8131 LED2 3
0 OHM +-5% 1/8W R8130 0 OHM +-5% 1/8W D8106 LED1 2
2 1
LED4
NC 3

Q8104 Q8105 Q8106 Q8107 1 CN8103 NC

7
2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904

+5.2V BAV99 2 1
4 3
6 5

C8114 R8120
VBJT R8112 10N 50V CONN

8
Q8102 0R05 1/6W 5%
2N3904
0R05 1/6W 5% R8113
18R 1% R8122 R8123 R8124 R8125
Q8103
14R 1% 1/8W 14R 1% 1/8W 14R 1% 1/8W 14R 1% 1/8W
2N3904

VADJ
R8121
14R 1% 1/8W VFB

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10-1-3 Power layout top

GND2 D8101 J923


MH4
J922
M1
FB9905 C8115 FB9904 L8102 J3

R1 J921

C8101

C8106
J920

J930
C8102 C8113 J919

CN8102
J929 R8107 C9123

J917

R8112

R8118

CN9101
J915

J914

ZD9101
CN8101
CN8103

J925

J924

R9130
J916
J918
J912

Q8105
Q8107

Q8106

Q8104
J928

J927

R8120
J911

Q8103

Q8102
J913
ZD9102
D9107
ZD9103
L9102
H2 D9106

C9111
J909

C9105

J910
IC9102 IC9103
IC1

J926 J908

D9105 C9113
D9102

C9122
HS3

J907
T9101 HS1
Q9101
L9101
C9126
J904

D9101
R9112

D9103 C9109
C9103 C9905
C9125

FB9903
J6
J5

C9904
C9907

J2
BD9101

MH6

F9901 MH3
C9102A
C9102 C9101A
C9101 RV9901 SG9902
C9901
R9901
J7

L9901 CN9901
HS4 J903

NR9901
R2

CN901 SG9901

GND1 C9902 C9906 MH5


MH2
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10-1-4 Power layout bottom

C8116
C8107

IC3

R8103
C9120

C8103
R8119

C8109
R8101
C8112 Q8101 IC5
C8108

R8105
R8111 R8106
C8105

IC8501
R8104
R8110 R8108
C8104 D8102
C8111
D8103 D8104 D8105 D8106
R9129 R8117
R8116
C8110
R8130

R8131
R8102 R8129
R9131
C9119

Q9102

R8122

R8123

R8124

R8125
R8113
R8121
C8114

C9112

R9128
C9118
R9127
Q9103
R9123
R9125 ZD9104

JR901
R9124
R9126

C9115

R9122
C9117

JR903
R9108
R9121 C9104
C9106
C9108
R9120
R9119
R9118

C9114

JR902
IC9101 C9124

R9103 R9114

R9101
R9102
D9104

R9109
R9110
R9111
R9106
R9104
R9115
R9116

R9113
R9107
C9107

C9110
R9105
R9134

CN2
R9133
R9132

CN1
IC2

IC4

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10.2 A 715G5548 PSU


10-2-1 Power

Power
A01 A01
B+_390V B+
D9804
FB9902 IN5408G-04 R9348
BEAD D9802 0.47 OHM +-5% 1W
1 2 1 2

10
1

6
BD9901
KBJ1008 L9801 FB9907 R9307 R9309 R9350 100 OHM 1/4W
!
+

300uH IN5408G-10 BEAD 100K 100K


T9301
!

1
3 2 + POWER X'FMR
C9810 C9801 C9811 1 +5VS
1UF 450V 100uF M 450V 10NF 1KV C9329 C9350
1NF R9308 R9310 R9351 100 OHM 1/4W
-

100K 100K CN902


2 6
4

3
7 D9350 C9351 1
ON/OFF 2
D9805 MBRF2060CT
9 2 PDIM 3
SS0520
2 1 3 10 +5V 4
R9820 D9330 L9350
4 12V 5
R9832
1MOHM +-1% 1/4W PR1007 3.5uH 2.5A 6

1
22OHM +-5% 1/8W Q9801 + C9353 + 7
2 3 R9810 R9811 TK13A60D 330UF 16V C9354 C9374 8
FB_1 5 0.1UF 50V +24V 9
NC 47K +-5% 1/8W 470uF 16V
L9902 R9813 R9331 10
PS_ON 11
13mH 47OHM +-5% 1/8W 2.4 OHM 1/4W
1 4 R9337 +5V 12
R9824 Vcc 13
! Vcc_1 4K7 +-5% 1/8W R9814
10K OHM +-5% 1/8W 4.7M 5% 1/8W IC9301
C9812 R9821 A6069H D9303 D9335
C9902 56PF 50V 1MOHM +-1% 1/4W 4 5 CONN
! 470NF 275V 3
2
FB/OLP VCC
GND 7
1 BR D/ST 8 1N4148 PR1007

8
7
6
5
S/OCP D/ST 12V +24V
+

VCC
COMP OUT
RAMP GND
ZCD
+ C9813 C9309 C9308 C9331 R9354
C9903 C9904 C9814 100N 50V IC9801 R9815 1N 50V R9302 0.1UF 50V 100uF/50V 220R 1/8W 5% +5V
! 470pF 250V ! 470pF 250V 22uF/50V LD7591GS 470OHM +-5% 1/8W 2.4 OHM 1/4W C9333 +

2
INV
FB_1
CS
22uF/50V
R9801 R9822 ZD9352
0.15R 1MOHM +-1% 1/4W ZD9351
1
2
3
4

R9301 IC950 BZX79-B16 BZX79-B30


2.4 OHM 1/4W TLP781F
!

1
C9815 4 1
SW_2 SW_1
220PF

1
R9355
Vcc_1 Vcc SW_1 SW_2 3 2
R9817 C9816 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W R9385 D9354
24K 1/8W 5% NC 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W C9379
100N 50V BAV70
! R9818 Q9321 Q9352 DTA144WKA
+5V +5V R9384
10K OHM +-5% 1/8W 2SD1624T-TD-E 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W

3
2 3 R9823 R9360 D9304
D9301 C9819 19K1 +-1% 1/8W 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W
SG9902 L9901 SG9901 NC R9339 R9362 C9355 R9356
DSPL-501N-A21F 13mH DSPL-501N-A21F PR1007 C9817 C9818 10K OHM +-5% 1/8W 5K1 +-5% 1/8W 220N 50V 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W Q9304
1 4 47N 50V 0.47UF 50V Q9370 PMBS3906 R9381
+ IC9351 R9357 1N4148 PMBS3904 100R 1/8W 5%
4 1 Q9350
C9337 2.4K 1% 1/8W

2
10uF/50V RK7002BM R9361 IC9352 Q9351 R9383
1

1K OHM +-5% 1/8W ZD9353 AS431AZTR-E1 NC(RK7002BM)


R9304 R9305 R9306 ! 3 2 PS_ON
B6V2
1K OHM +-5% 1/8W
NR901 R9382

1
2
!
C9901
470NF 275V
t R904,R905,R909
C9321
R9311
560K +-5% 1/8W ZD9301
TLP781F C9356
100N 50V
R9363
330K 1/8W 5% R9359
R9358
2K2 1/8W 1%
R9364
NC/3.16K C9378
1K OHM +-5% 1/8W
2

1.5M 1% 1/4W 0.47UF 50V GDZJ16B NC 100N 50V

1
R9904 R9905

IC901
390K CAP004DG 390K B+_390V R9126
24V
1 8
2 NC NC 7 D9102
3 D1 D2 6 0R1 5% 2W SS0520 FB9104 R912,R913,R914,R915
4 D1
NC
D2
NC
5
R9105
2 1 ! D9151
FMEN-2308
BEAD
5.1K 1/4W
1MOHM +-1% 1/4W Q9101 T1 11 1 2
STF8NM50N
C9906 47pF R9153

3
R9110 R9151 5.1K 1/4W
R9106 47OHM +-5% 1/8W 7 5.1K 1/4W CN903
1MOHM +-1% 1/4W Vcc_1 FB R9111 2
10K OHM +-5% 1/8W R9152 1
RV9901 ! + C9151 + 5.1K 1/4W R9154 2
3
1

TVR14561KSY R9107 3 9 1000UF 35V C9153 5.1K 1/4W C9154 3

1
1

F9901 1MOHM +-1% 1/4W 10 100uF/50V 100N 50V 4


IC9101 ZD9101 5
T3.15A H250V SSC9512S-TL C9118 GDZJ16B 6
! CN9901 1 18 1U 25V 1 7
4
2

2 Vsen NC 17 8 8
2

2 1 R9109 3 Vcc NC 16 9
13K 1/8W 1% C9114 4 FB VGH 15 D9103 10
0.47UF 50V 5 GND VS 14 SS0520 11
6 Css VB 13 2 1 12 ON/OFF 12
C9107 +
SOCKET 0.1UF 50V C9108 7 OC NC 12 Q9102 13
RC NC POWER X'FMR PDIM
10uF/50V 8 11 STF8NM50N
9 Reg VGL 10
RV COM R9116
HS9801 HS9105 47OHM +-5% 1/8W C9115 FB9105 CONN

1
HEAT SINK HEAT SINK D9105 33NF D9153 BEAD
UF4007 MBRF2060CT
1 1 2 1 2 12V
C9109
2 2 100N 50V
R9119
10R 1/8W 5% R9117

3
10K OHM +-5% 1/8W + C9155 + C9156 C9157
D9802 D9151 C9117
1U 25V 470UF 25V 100uF/50V 100N 50V +24V

HS9802 HS9104 C9119 D9156


HEAT SINK HEAT SINK 10PF 3KV SR506
FB908 24V
1 1 BEAD C9301
2 2 470pF 250V R9121
1 2 1K OHM +-5% 1/8W C9124

Q9801 D9350
! 100PF FB D9154 R9155
24V
C9156
470UF 35V
+ R9162
5.1K 1/4W
HS9101 C9126 R9122 C9116 R9156 1N4148 36K 1/8W +/-5%
HEAT SINK 1N 50V 330R 1/8W 5% 1N 50V 4K7 +-5% 1/8W
1
2

R9123 R9159
Q9101,Q9102 560 OHM 1/4W 56K 1/8W +/-1%
IC9102
TLP781F R9161
HS9901 HS9103 R9125 4 1 R9157 Q9107 20K5 1/8W 1%
HEAT SINK HEAT SINK C9905 24K 1/8W 5% 3K 1/8W 5% PMBS3906 C9158
470pF 250V C9802 470NF 50V
1 1 470pF 250V 3 2
2 2
C9127
! 100N 50V !
BD9901 D9153 !
+
2

C9128 ZD9251 C9159 R9158


4.7uF 50V 100N 50V 20K 1/8W 1%
BZX79-B30
R9160
2K 1/8W 1%
1

IC9103
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10-2-2 Power layout top

MH5
MH4
D9156

MH6 C9160
ZD9352

FB9104 J9907

J9916
C9153
J9902

C9151 FB9105
ZD9351

C9156

CN903 HS9103
D9153

J9928
HS9105D9151

D9304

J9922
J9909

C9354

CN902
C9155
HS9104
D9350 C9353
D9154
J9910

J9929
H6

L9350
T9101

J9930
FB908

IC9103

ZD9251

T9301 C9301
SL6

J9931

IC9102
SL7

SL8
C9115
C9119
C9124 IC9352
J9923

C9128

J9904

J9917
J9914
C9329
D9335
D9105
Q9102 ZD9353

R9348

SL3
J9924

IC950

ZD9101 D9330

HS9101 J9911

SL4
J9906 IC9301 IC9351

J9905
C9331
Q9101
H5 J9925

H7
D9303
J9915

R9126

C9108
C9333

J9919
J9920

J9912
J9926
J9927

ZD9301
C9814
C9337
J9918

R9801

SL2
C9904
J9921
J9913

D9301 SG9901

HS9901
HS9801
D9802 C9811

Q9801
HS9802
NR901
D9804

BD9901 L9901
FB9907
FB9902
J9908

L9902 C9902

SL1
C9903

J9901

C9810
J9903

C9802
R9904

SG9902

L9801 C9801 RV9901


C9901
C9906

C9905
SL5

R9905
F9901

CN9901

MH1 MH3
MH2 J 2012-03-28

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FB7

FB6

R9151

R9154
C9378

R9382

R9381
Q9370

R9385

C9379

R9383
Q9304 D9354

R9384
C9157

C9154
R9153
R9162

R9152

C9351

R9155
C9374

R9350

R9159

R9161
C9350
R9351

C9158

R9361 R9158
C9356

Q9350

R9363 Q9107

R9160
RJ9905
R9362

Q9352

C9159
R9156

R9360
R9157
Q9351
RJ9903

R9364

R9357

R9359

R9358
R9356

R9331

C9355
R9307

R9309
R9354

C9117

C9116
R9308

R9310

D9103

R9117
R9122

R9121
R9116
R9355

C9308 C9126

R9119
C9118 C9114
C9309

IC9101
R9123

R9125
R9311

C9127
D9102

C9321

R9111
C9107

R9110
R9337

R9109

R9107

C9109
R9302

R9301
R9339

R9106
R9105

Q9321

R9820 R9821

RJ9904
R9306

R9822
R9823 C9813

C9819

C9817

C9818
IC9801
R9305

R9818

R9824

R9817
R9304

C9812

C9816

R9811

C9815

R9810

R9815

R9814
SG1 R9813 R9832

D9805

SG3

SG2

SG4

IC901

FB5

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10.3 A 715G5508 PSU


10-3-1 A01 Power

Power
A01 A01

3
BD901

FB9102

4 1 1 2
- +
BEAD

2 TS6B06G-05-X0 R9114
47 OHM 1/4W
RV9901 C9144 + C9145 + C9103 + + C9136
NC NC C9126
NC NC 2.2nF 630V R9115
47 OHM 1/4W
2

TVR14561KFAOZF 2
FB9104
FB9105 R9116 C9110
BEAD BEAD 47 OHM 1/4W 2N2 50V
+ +
C9101 C9102
56UF 450V 56UF 450V 5.2V1
1

PS_ON
L9902
1 4 C9121 R9129
2N2 50V L9101 C9106
D9104 3.5uH 0.1uF 50V 10K OHM +-5% 1/8W

3
FMW-2156
5.2V
2 3
2 +
30MH C9902 +
C9904 C9111 C9112 C9113 C9114
330UF 16V 100N 50V 470uF 16V 1uF

1
1NF 250V 1NF 250V T9101
C9104 R9104 POWER X'FMR
B A
2.2NF 82KOHM +-5% 2WS 8 9
10 47uH
C9907 R9101 L9102 +12V
6.8K 1/4W 11
5 12
0.22uF 305V D9101 1 13 C9117 C9146

2
PR1007 14 100N 50V D9106 1000pF 630V
L9901 +
3 2 R9102 15 C9116 C9115
24V_A

1
6.8K 1/4W D9102 2 16 270UF 25V 100N 50V R9125
SG901 30MH SG902 SS0520 IC8104 SM340A 11K 1/8W 1%

1
DSPL-501N-A21F 2 1 FB9106 1 8 R9158
4 1 BEAD BOOT PH 47 OHM 1/4W
DSPL-501N-A21F R9105 2 7
10 OHM C9119 VIN GND

2
R9103 47pF 3 6
C9901 6.8K 1/4W EN COMP
Q9101 R9112 C9120 R9119 4 5 C9124 R9117
STF10N65K3 3.3 OHM 1/4W 330K 1/8W SS VSNS 1nF 50V
+
0.22uF 305V C9118 TPS54231DR 750 OHM
R9106 R9107 330UF 35V 0.1uF 50V
IC9101 47OHM +-5% 1/8W 10K OHM +-5% 1/8W C9123 R9126 C9138
LD7750RGR R9118 15N 50V 33K OHM 100PF 50V
1 8 R9113 39K 1/8W 1%
2 OTP HV 5.1 OHM 1/4W R9120
3 COMP 6 220 OHM 1/4W
4 CS VCC 5 R9159
A GND OUT D9103 10R
R9901 R9108 R9110 + C9107 PR1007 R9121 CN902
390K 100KOHM +-5% 1/8W C9105 10 OHM 1/4W 47UF 50V 220 OHM 1/4W CONN
100N 50V +24V

1
12
1

IC9901 R9122 C9125 ZD9106 11


CAP004DG ZD9101 220 OHM 1/4W 1000pF 630V 10
1 8 P6KE27A 9
NC NC MTZJ27B +24V1 24V_A
2 7 NR9901 8

2
3 D1 D2 6 t NTCR 7
1

4 D1 D2 5 R9109 D9107 C9148 6


2

3
NC NC 470OHM +-5% 1/8W 1000pF 630V L9103 5
FMXA-2202S
3.5uH 4
2 3
+24V
C9906 C9108 Q9107 2
47pF R9903 470P 50V R9111 C9128 P1604ETF C9135 Q9112 1
390K 0.24 oHM 2W + C9140 + C9142 + C9141 + C9143 100N 50V + NC NC

1
330UF 50V 330UF 50V 330UF 50V 330UF 50V

+
C9131
B C9127 470UF 35V
5.2V1 100N 50V C9132
100N 50V C9149
+24V1
C9903 C9905 R9137 R9152 1NF 50V
100PF 250V 100PF 250V 100K 1/8W 1% NC R9169 R9201
ON/OFF
R9165
R9138 NC 330R 1/8W 5% 100 OHM 1%
CN9902 100K 1/8W 1% CN903
C9109 C9150 CONN
1 22N 50V R9170 R9202 1NF 50V
2 L R9140 13
N R9145 DIM
5.6K 1/8W 12
910 OHM +-1% 1/8W Q9108 ZD9103 C9129 330R 1/8W 5% 100 OHM 1% 11
2N7002 BZT52-B6V2 NC 10
+12V
CONN 1 2 9
R9143 8
27K 1/8W 1% C9130 7
1NF 50V 24V_B 6
R9139 5
2
4

Q9105 3.9K 1/8W 4


PS_ON
2N7002 IC9105 3
F901 AS431AN-E1 R9144 5.2V1 C9147 2
5.2V
4

IC9102 3K 1/8W +/-1% 1uF 1


FUSE PS2561DL1-1 R9146
1
3

1.5KOHM +-1% 1/8W


R9133
3

510K OHM +-5% 1/8W R9168


NC
OVP PS_ON
R9166
2 1 NC
5.2V +24V1 PS_ON
Q9113
CN901 R9134 NC
AC SOKET C9133 C9122 10M 1/8W 1%
5.2V +12V +24V1
100N 50V 2U2 50V
R9167
5.2V1 C9137 NC
R9150 NC
2
1

R9147 R9148 200K +-1% 1/4W


3K OHM 1%
2K OHM

CN904 2

2
IC9103 BZT52-B16 Q9114
NC/CONN KIA431A-AT/P R9151 ZD9104 ZD9105 ZD9107 P9006EL 24V_B
2K43 1/8W 1% BZT52-B9V1 BZT52-B39
24V_A
R9155
11

11

11
10K OHM +-5% 1/8W R9157 R9135
FB9101 BEAD D9109 D9105 D9108 33K 1/8W 5% 100K 1/8W 1%
220PF 250V BEAD 1NF 250V FB9103
RB160M RB160M RB160M

+
C9316 C9315 Q9110 R9156 D9110
1 2 1 2 PMBS3906 47KOHM +-1% 1/8W
2

2
2 1
OVP
C9139 R9136
4.7UF 50V 390K OHM
SS0520
Q9111

R9153 PMBS3904
470 OHM
R9154
HS9102 1K 1/8W C9134
C9908 HS9101 HS9103
100N 50V
1 1
470PF 250V 2 2 1
3 3 2
4 4 3

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10-3-2 A02 LED Driver

LED Driver
A02 A02

C8116
47pF
L8101
D8101
R8118

1
D8103 1M 1/6W 5%
MBRD10150D
2 SLP

4
2 VLED+
+24V
LED1 3
33UH R8119 C8112
+ C8101 C8106 + C8102 + C8113 1 150K 1/8W 5%NC

3
C8105 330UF 35V R8116
100N 50V 1NF 100UF 63V 100UF 63V 100K 1% 1/4W
BAV99

ON/OFF D8104
Q8101 C8115 R8117 2
AOD4126 47pF C8111 4.3K 1% 1/8W
NC LED2 3
VBJT R8104
VADJ 10 OHM 1/8W 1
DIM SLP
D8102 R8105 BAV99
IC8501 2 1 2R2 +-5% 1/8W
1 14 D8105
R8101 2 EN SLP 13 R8106 2
C8117 51K 1% 1/8W 3 DIM VADJ 12 RB160M 10K 1/4W
R8103
1NF 50V 4 GM VBJT 11 3
VFB VFB VCC +12V LED3
VSET 5 10
VSET VMOS 0 OHM 1/4W
6 9 C8103 1
C8118 C8108 7 OVP GND 8 1uF
10N 50V RT CS
1NF 50V R8108 R8107 BAV99
C8109 PF7001S
0.07R
100N 50V R8102 D8106
150K 330R 1/8W 5% 2
C8110
LED4 3
1NF 50V
1
+12V VSET

BAV99
D8107
2
R8110
100K 1% 1/4W 3
LED5
1

BAV99
R8111
C8104 D8108
18K 1/8W 5%
100N 50V 2
LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 3
LED6
1

BAV99 VFB
5.2V
C8119
1000pF 630V CN801
Q8104 Q8105 Q8106 Q8107 Q8108 Q8109 Q8110 Q8111 Q8112 Q8114 Q8113 Q8115
2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 2N3904 12
VLED+
11
10
LED5
9
LED3
VBJT Q8102 8
LED1
2N3904 7
R8113 6
C8114 18R 1% R8122 R8123 R8124 R8125 R8126 R8127 R8128 R8132 R8136 R8137 R8138 R8139 5
LED2
10N 50V Q8103 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 14R3 1% 4
LED4
2N3904 3
LED6
VADJ 2
1
VLED+
R8121
14R3 1%
CONN

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GND8 GND1
CN902
J8102

CN801 R8118

L8101

C8116

C8115

C8101
J8101

J8103
Q8114

Q8112

J8104

J8105

C8113

C8102

J9116
Q8109 R8107
Q8108

Q8104

Q8105

Q8106

Q8107

Q8110

Q8111

Q8113

Q8115

Q8103

C8106
J8106
Q8102
J8109

J8108

C9135
J8107

J8111
J9108

J9109

J8110
J9101

MH26 C9140 C9143 C9142


GND2

GND4
GND3

IC9103
IC9102

MH16
J9102
L9102
J9106

J9103
ZD9101

J9104
D9107 C9141

C9116
D9103

J9105
C9107

T9101

ZD9106

J9107

J9110
HS9102
Q9107 L9103 C9131 CN903

J9117
C9908
MH6

J9114

C9120

C9139
R9159
C9119 D9104

C9111

C9113
D9101

J9112

L9101
C9104 C9315 FB9103
MH17
FB9106

C9126
R9104 MH25
FB9105

R9901
J9113

C9902

C9907

MH19
R9111

SG902
FB9102
C9904

MH20
C9906
L9901
R1

R2

L9902
Q9101 BD901
R9903

SG901
J9111

GND6 GND7
HS9101 C9901
C9103 C9136
C9102 C9101 FB9104
RV9901
C9145 C9144
MH14 F901 NR9901
C9316

J9115
MH24

HS9103 CN901 C9905 MH21


C9903

GND12 FB9101 MH22

CN904 CN9902 GND11

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10-3-4

MH12

R9201
C9115
C9149 R9202
C9114
C9147 R9160 C9150
R9165
R9158

C9146
R9129
C9106
Power layout bottom

Q9114
D9106

R9136
R9135
R9126 R9152
R9161 C9117 Q9112

C9124
C9138
C8105

IC8104
R9117 R9125

R9119
C9118

R9118
C9132
C9123

C9112
R8106

R8104

C9127
R8105

D8102
C9148
Q8101
C9125

C9121 C9128
R9137
IC9901 R9138 Q9108 R9122

C9110
R9140 R9121
R9114 ZD9103 R9120
Q9105
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

R9115 D8101
IC9105
R9116
C9129
R9139

C9122
R9133

C9130 R9134
C8103 R8102
R9143 R9144
R8116

R8117
R8103
R9168
R8108

C8111
C9137
Q9113 JR9103
R9166

R9167
C8110
R8110

R8111
IC8501

JR9102 C8104
TPM9.1L LA

R9150

C8114
C8109

R8101
R9148
R9170

C8108

R9147 C8117
C8112
R8119

R9153 D9105 ZD9105 C8118


Q9111 C9133 R9151
R9169

R9156 R8113
10.

D9108 ZD9107 D9110


Q9110 D9109 ZD9104 R9146
C9134
R9154

R8121
R9155
R9157

R9145 D8107
R8139
D8105
EN 63

R8138
D8103

R8132 D8104

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R8128
D8108
R8125
R9102 R9101
R8124
R9103

R8123
R9112
IC9101
R8122
R9108
R9106
R9105
R9107

C9109 R8126
D9102
C9108 JR9104
R9109

R8127
R9113
R9110

JR9105 C9105
C8119

R8136
MH9

R8137
MH13

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10.4 A 715G5173 PSU


10-4-1 A01 Power circuit

Power circuit
A01 A01
B1+

2
D9802
RV9902 IN5408G-10 FB9801

! TVR14561KFAOZF
+
! BEAD
R9329 T9301 ! R9330
47 OHM 1/4W
4 - 1 1 2 1