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REVISION HISTORY SEGMENT: 3a-1 ☛

AZ1-A CHASSIS
MODEL PART NO. : 9-888-124-04
05
KLV-32EX500
KLV-40EX500
KLV-46EX500
KLV-55EX500

Note ☛ Updated item

NO. SUFFIX DATE SUPP / CORR DESCRIPTION

1 -01 2010/1 __ 1st Issue

2 -02 2010/1 Supp-1 Updated in: (Refer pages for Details):


1. KLV-32EX500
a. Destinations: Delete Egypt, Philipines; Add India
(Cover Pages, Pages 18, Pages 22)
b. Section 6: Part Number and Destination Revision
i) Part Number: R2 Mount, Loud Speaker, LCD Panel,
Static Converter (Page 18)
ii) Revised destination (Page 18, Page 22)
2. KLV-40EX500
a. Destinations: Add India
(Cover Pages, Pages 19, Pages 22)
b. Section 6: Part Number and Destination Revision
i) Part Number: R2 Mount, Loud Speaker, LCD Panel,
G2HE Board (Page 19)
ii) Revised destination (Page 18, 22, 23)

3 -03 2010/3 Corr-1 Flow Chart information changed (Page 8)

4 -04 2010/4 Supp-2 Updated in: (Refer pages for Details)


1) Add information: Segment (Revision History,
Cover Page)
2) Add information:
Model name & destination (Cover Page)
3) Revised Caution Handling of LCD Panel (Page 3)
4) Revised GAISOU Table Information (Page 10)
5) Add Information: Hotel mode
(Page 18 ~ 21, Page 40 ~ 47)
6) Revised Trouble Shooting (Page 25 ~ 39)
SEGMENT: 3a-1
PART NO. : 9-888-124-05

NO. SUFFIX DATE SUPP/CORR DESCRIPTION

5 -05 2010/4 Supp-3 Add information: P /N Addition (Page 18, 19, 20, 21)
Segment: 3a-1 ☛

SERVICE MANUAL AZ1A CHASSIS


MODEL COMMANDER DEST. MODEL COMMANDER DEST.

KLV-32EX500 RM-GA018 Iran, Malaysia, India, KLV-46EX500 RM-GA018 SOGUL, Iran, Nigeria,
Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand
SOGUL, Thailand,
Vietnam
KLV-55EX500 RM-GA018 SOGUL, Iran, Nigeria,
Saudi Arabia, Malaysia
KLV-40EX500 RM-GA018 Iran, Malaysia, India,
Nigeria, Saudi Arabia,
KLV-55EX500/1 RM-GA018 SOGUL, Saudi Arabia
Thailand, SOGUL,
Vietnam
KLV-55EX500/3 RM-GA018 SOGUL, Nigeria,
Saudi Arabia

KLV-32EX500 KLV-40EX500

RM-GA018

KLV-46EX500 KLV-55EX500

LCD COLOR TV
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page

1. SAFETY NOTES 5. DIAGRAMS


1-1. Caution Handling of LCD Panel ..................................... 3 5-1. Block Diagram ............................................................... 12
1-2. Safety Check Out ............................................................. 3 5-2. Wire Dressing and Connector Diagram ....................... 13
1-3. Leakage Test .................................................................... 3 5-2-1. KLV-32EX500 ................................................... 13
1-4. WARNING ! .................................................................... 3 5-2-2. KLV-40EX500 ................................................... 14
1-5. Lead Free Information ..................................................... 4 5-2-3. KLV-46EX500 ................................................... 15
1-6. Attachment & Detachment of MDF61 Connector ......... 4 5-2-4. KLV-50EX500 ................................................... 16
1-7. Attachment, Detachment & Confirmation of Lock 5-3. Circuit Board Location .................................................. 17
Condition of JST IBH Connector .................................... 4 5-3-1. KLV-32EX500 ................................................... 17
5-3-2. KLV-40EX500 ................................................... 17
5-3-3. KLV-46EX500 ................................................... 17
2. SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION 5-3-4. KLV-50EX500 ................................................... 17
2-1. Overview of Control Buttons .......................................... 5
2-2. LED Display Specification .............................................. 5
2-3. LED Display Control ....................................................... 5 6. DISASSEMBLY, EXPLODED VIEWS AND
2-4. LED Pattern ..................................................................... 5 OTHER PARTS
2-5. Standby LED Error Display and Board 6-1. Disassembly & Exploded Views ................................... 18
Replacement Order .......................................................... 6 6-1-1. KLV-32EX500 .................................................... 18
2-6. Triage Chart ..................................................................... 7 6-1-2. KLV-40EX500 .................................................... 19
6-1-3. KLV-46EX500 .................................................... 20
6-1-4. KLV-50EX500 .................................................... 21
3. TROUBLE SHOOTING 6-2. Other Parts ..................................................................... 22
3-1. Flowchart ......................................................................... 8 6-2-1. KLV-32EX500 .................................................... 22
3-1-1. No Power ....................................................................... 8 6-2-2. KLV-40EX500 .................................................... 22
3-1-2. Video Problem ............................................................... 9 6-2-3. KLV-46EX500 .................................................... 23
3-1-3. Audio Problem .............................................................. 9 6-2-4. KLV-50EX500 .................................................... 24

4. SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS


4-1. Accessing Self Diagnostic Menu .................................. 10
4-2. Accessing Service Mode ............................................... 10
4-3. GAISOU Adjustment(For Board Replacement) ........... 10
4-4. Hotel Mode Adjustment
(If applicable for this model) ........................................ 11

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KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

SECTION 1
SAFETY NOTES
1-1. Caution Handling of LCD Panel 1-3. Leakage Test
When installing the LCD Panel, make sure you are grounded The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth
with a wrist band. ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed
When installing the LCD Panel on the wall, the panel must be metal part having a return to chassis must not exceed 0.5mA
secured using the 4 mounting holes on the rear cover. (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by
any one of the three methods:-
1) Do not press the panel or frame edge to avoid the risk of 1. A commercial leakage tester such as the SIMPSON 229 or
electric shock. RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use
2) Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp those instructions.
objects. 2. A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. The DATA
3) Do not leave the module in high temperature or in areas of PRECISION 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
high humidity for an extended period of time. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of
4) Do not expose the LCD panel to direct sunlight. a VOM or battery operated AC voltmeter. The 'limit' indication
5) Avoid contact with water. It may cause short circuit within is 0.75V so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage
the module. scale. The SIMPSON'S 250 and SANWA SH-63TRD are
6) Disconnect the AC adapter when replacing the backlight examples of passive VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery
(CCFL) or inverter circuit. (High voltage occurs at the inverter operated digital multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are
circuit at 650Vrms) suitable. (see Figure 1.)
7) Always clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth material.
8) Use care when handling the wires or connectors of the To Exposed Metal
inverter circuit. Damaging the wires may cause a short circuit. Parts on Set
9) Protect the panel from ESD to avoid damaging the elec-
tronic circuit (C-MOS).
10) During the repair, DO NOT leave the Power On for
more than 1 hour while the TV is face down on a cloth.
AC
0.15 µF
>1 hour
☛ 1.5 kΩ Voltmeter
(0.75 V)

Earth Ground

Figure 1. AC voltmeter to check AC leakage


1-2. Safety Check-Out
After correcting the original service problem, perform the
following safety checks before releasing the set to the 1-4. WARNING !
customer:-
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!
1) Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK !
soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for ON THE EXPLODED VIEWS ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE
solder splashes and bridges. OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH
2) Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS
"pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
3)Check all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps and PUBLISHED BY SONY. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS THAT ARE
mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION ARE IDENTIFIED IN
you have replaced all the insulators. THIS MANUAL. FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES
4) Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly WHENEVER CRITICAL COMPONENTS ARE REPLACED
transistors that were installed during a previous repair. Point OR IMPROPER OPERATION IS SUSPECTED.
them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.
5) Look for parts which, though functioning show obvious
signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and
recommend their replacement.
6) Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion.
Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the
customer.
7) Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, "metallized"
knobs, screws and all other exposed metal parts for AC
leakage. Check leakage test as described next.
8) Live chassis can cause electric shock as its
connected to the AC power line. Therefore, use
isolation transformer and gloves when changing parts
or removing plug. Please remember high voltage is
there during servicing.
9) To follow safety after servicing, please make sure
the removed screws, parts and wires are as original
condition.
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KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

1-5. Lead Free Information b) Detachment


The circuit boards used in these models have been processed (1) Slide the slider to release (2) Press the center lock tab
using Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF the slider lock. to release the lock and pull
logo located close to the board designation. the connector up.

Unlock
Figure 2: LF logo

Figure 3: LF logo on circuit board

The servicing of these boards requires special precautions. It


is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in
order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. Lead 1-7. Attachment, Detachment & Confirmation of Lock
Free Solder is available under the following part numbers:- Condition of JST IBH Connector
(If applicable for these models)
Part number Diameter Remarks
7-640-005-19 0.3mm 0.25Kg Attention: This is a SAFETY CRITICAL PROCESS.
7-640-005-20 0.4mm 0.50Kg
7-640-005-21 0.5mm 0.50Kg a) Attachment
7-640-005-22 0.6mm 0.25Kg
7-640-005-23 0.8mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-24 1.0mm 1.00Kg
(1) Press the center of the connector to insert it.
7-640-005-25 1.2mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-26 1.6mm 1.00Kg

Due to high melting point of Lead Free Solder, the soldering


iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees
centigrade. This requires soldering equipment capable of
accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat
recovery characteristics.

For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder,


please refer to http://www.sony-training.com (2) Press position
(NG for red marking portion)

1-6. Attachment & Detachment of MDF61 Connector


(If applicable for these models)
a) Insertion
(1) Hold the center of a (2) Press the center of the (3) Slide the slider to lock the
connector. connector to insert it. connector.

(3) Prohibited matter (Refer Figure A~C explanation)

Lock

Figure A Figure B

Figure A: Do not press lock


portion.
Figure B: Do not press the
front side of the
connector.
Figure C: Do not press the side
Figure C of the connector.

–4–
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

SECTION 2
SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
2-1. Overview of Control Buttons 2-4. LED Pattern
When safety shutdown occurs, Standby LED display reports the
cause by using the lightning patterns as indicated below.

Power

PROG

Program
3.0 sec 3.0 sec 3.0 sec
0.5 sec

0.5 sec
Volume

Input Select/
Example:
Enter
The figure above shows LED display when
Menu SHUTDOWN is caused by Balancer Error. It repeats
flashing for a specified number of times in 0.5sec/
cycle and has a 3 seconds interval of lighting off.
Please note that a 3 seconds interval of lighting off
is fixed regardless of abnormal state types.

Remote Picture Off/Standby Power


Sensor Timer Indicator Indicator

2-2. LED Display Specification


LEDType Description Remark

POWER Green:LED Green lights at power ON.

STANDBY Red:One LED Red lights during standb


y.

Orange/Green : Green Lights during Pic


ture
Timer/ Two LEDs Off and Orange Lights during
Pic off Timer activation.

2-3. LED Display Control


LED Displa
y
Status Remark
Power Stand By Pic Off/Connecting/Timer
Power On Green Off Off
Standby Off Red Off
Self Diagnosis Off Red Off Refer to Blinking
pattern selfdiagnosis
mode
Error of panel ID Green Off Orange 0.5sec On / 0.5secffO

Others (Example)
[REC][Sleep Timer][P
ower ON] Red Off Orange

[Picture Off ][On Timer][REC][P


ower On] Red Off Green

–5–
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

2-5. Standby LED Error Display and Board Replacement Order


Perform below countermeasure according Standby LED blinking times

Blinking times Error Countermeasure


(Replace either/all according to sequence)

2 Main Power Error 1) G2ME (32”), G2HE (40”), GD2 (46"), G5E (55")
2) BAA board

3 DC_ALERT1 / 1) BAA board


Audio Error / 2) G2ME (32”), G2HE (40”), GD2 (46"), G5E (55")
Motionflow Error 3) TCON
4) Speaker

4 Balancer Error 1) Inverter board , D1 (55")


2) Panel
3) G2ME (32”), G2HE (40”), GD2 (46"), G5E (55")
4) BAA board

5 T-CON Error / 1) T-CON


Panel ID NVM Error 2) BAA
3) LVDS Cable
4) G2ME (32”), G2HE (40”), GD2 (46"), G5E (55")

6 Backlight Error 1) Inverter board, Inverter board , D1 (55")


2) G2ME (32”), G2HE (40”), GD2 (46"), G5E (55")
3) BAA

7 Temp Error Replace either/all


1) BAA
2) G2ME (32”), G2HE (40”), GD2 (46"), G5E (55")

Note1: Each of the above blinking repeats 3 seconds.


Note2: Countermeasure is list out by priority.

–6–
2-6. Triage Chart
Symptom (dead set) Video distored or missing
No Video No Video No Video No Tuner Tuner OK No HDMI No Audio
Reference
2Blinks 3Blinks 4Blinks 5Blinks 6Blinks 7Blinks No Power BL OK No BL BL OK Video OK Video 1-3
OSD OK No OSD Bad
BAA board
G2ME(32")-STATIC
CONVERTER(TV)-
G2HE (40")
GD2 (46")
G5E (55")
D1 (55")
T-con board
Speaker unit
RF module
Panel module
FFC cable
Joint connector
Problem No Power BAA board Balancer TCON, Panel ID Inverter Temperature No Power BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board

–7–
Doubtful part
few possibility
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

SECTION 3
TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 FLOWCHART


Please refer to page 25 ~ 39 for updated troubleshooting.

–8–
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

Please refer to page 25 ~ 39 for updated troubleshooting. ☛

–9–
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

SECTION 4
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
4-1. Accessing Self Diagnostic Menu 4-3. GAISOU Adjustment
1. While TV on standby mode, press the following sequence 1) When new board is replaced, please confirm the color
on the Remote commander. (RM-GA018) ornamental of the TV set.
< Display--> <5>--> <Vol Down>--> <Power> 2) While TV on standby mode, press the following sequence
on the Remote commander.
Self Check 1 indicates an error was detected <Display> p <5> p <Vol Up> p <Power>
002 Main Power 001
003 Dc_Alert 000 0 indicates no error was detected
003 Aud_Prot 000
003 MotionFlow 000 Tuning System <[Auto]>
Chassis
No_Signal_Mute
Service
<[Off]>
004 Balancer_Error 000
005 T-CON Error 000
Serial Number Edit Model
Self Diagnosis History >>
005 Panel ID NVM Error 000 002
LVDS Spectrum (%)
Gaisou<[10]>
00
006 Backlight Error 000
007 Temp_Error 000 Low of HPD <[5]>
VCR1 <[off]>
GAISOU
GAISOU Menu Sample <[0]>
00009 00027 00009
Diagnostic Menu Sample
Service Mode Menu Sample
Total Panel Hours
(max 65535) 3) Use the r or R button to select the GAISOU.
Total Hours
of Operation Boot Count Service Mode
(max 65535) (max 65535)
Status Information >>
Test Reset <[Off]>
Tuning System <[Auto]>
2. To Reset Error Count & Error History No_Signal_Mute <[Off]>
Press < 8 > --> < 0 > key Serial Number Edit
3. To Reset Panel Operation Time Self Diagnosis History >>
Press < 7 > --> < 0 > key LVDS Spectrum (%) <[10]>
Low of HPD <[5]>
4. To exit, turn the power off using Remote. VCR1 <[off]>
GAISOU <[0]>
4-2. Accessing Service Mode
Service Mode Menu Sample
1. While TV on standby mode, press the following sequence
on the Remote commander. 4) Use the T or t button to change the GAISOU data.
< Display--> <5>--> <Vol Up>--> <Power> 5) The color variation table of each TV set as below:-
Case Color Model Panel ID Area
Tuning System <[Auto]> Table Type Name Resolution Inch Size ID

No_Signal_Mute <[Off]> 00 Default 5-2 WXGA/FHD 40, 32,26, 22 ALL ☛


01 Glossy Gun Metallic (back print) 3a-2 FHD 32,40,46 GA
Serial Number Edit 02 Glossy Silver (back print) 3a-2 WXGA 22,26,32 GA
03 Red 3a-2 FHD 32 GA
Self Diagnosis History >> 04 Blue 3a-2 FHD 32 GA
LVDS Spectrum (%) <[10]> 05 Matt Gun Metallic 3a-2 FHD 32,40,46 CH
06 Flat Gun Metallic Hairline 3a-1, 3a-0.5 HFR/ FHD 32,40,46,55 ALL
Low of HPD <[5]> 07 Silver 5-0 FHD 32,40 ALL
08 Black 5-0 WXGA 26,32 ALL
VCR1 <[off]>
GAISOU <[0]>
Service Mode Menu Sample 6) For example if color is Red than should select 03 in the
service mode of the TV set.
2. Use the r or R button to select the item you want to refer
and press for details.
Example Status information
Service Mode
Status Information >> Main Micro
Test Reset <[Off]> SW Version TM0.341.012
Tuning System <[Auto]> NVM Version TD0.341
No_Signal_Mute <[Off]> Boot Version TB0.341
Serial Number Edit Panel Version MT0000.000.0030.LT
Self Diagnosis History >> Flash PQ Version
LVDS Spectrum (%) <[10]> AQ Version AQ0.003
Low of HPD <[5]>

– 10 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

4-4. Hotel Mode Adjustment


Please refer to page 40 ~ 47 for hotel mode details

– 11 –
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

Tuner
CVBS Out

Video 1 CVBS In
CVBS1/Mon SW
MON Out
NAND
Video 1/Mon SAW FLASH
Video1/Mon L/R
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

L/R SW (38Mz) Tu I2C


64MByte
Video 2 CVBS2

Video 2
Video2 L/R
L/R CVBS IF_In PDD0~7
Component 1 Out x 2ch
Yuv1/CVBS3
/Video3 In

CVBS
In x 4ch
Comp1/Video3 L/R PANEL
Comp1/Video3 L/R
L/R
Odd Channel 8bit 8bit
PC

Dual
Eve Channel 8bit

Ch LVDS

Audio
In x 7ch
(HFR_FHD)
DCC PC CCFL
RGB
EDID 16Bit Conventional INVERTER
HV Memory

I/F
MT5388

YUV
Memory
Memory U_I2C
DDR2
BGA 32Mbx16bits

RGB
In x 2ch In x 1ch
PC/HDMI2 PC/HDMI3 L/R
L/R
32Bit 16Bit
LPF

– 12 –
PWM

Audio
HDMI1 TMDS0

out x 2ch
SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS

PWM TPA3110D2
DDC0

TMDS
In x 3ch
HDMI1 LPF
EDID Contro I/O

HDMI2 TMDS2
Line out NJM2779
HP
DDC2 AMP Motion
UART2
flow
HDMI2
HDMI3 M_I2C controller
EDID
HDMI TMDS1
HDMI3 TMDSB
DDCB SW DDC1 STBY
EDID
UART0
HDMI4 TMDSA Sub
UART NVM
4KByte
SIRCS LED
HDMI4
DDCA
EDID
RGB Main Hotel
NVM Temp
Ambient Sensor SIRCS LED JTAG ECS
sensor 16KByte UART
USB1 D+/D-
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

CAUTION :
1. Do not overpull the wires during dressing
--> avoid disconnection of wires.
2. Make sure wires are kept away from
sharp edges, heatsinks & other
high-temperature parts.

5-2. WIRE DRESSING AND CONNECTOR DIAGRAM Tape (60mm)


5-2-1. KLV-32EX500
A. WIRE DRESSING

CONNECTOR
ASSY 4P
CONNECTOR
ASSY 14P
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE TAPE MAIN
HARNESS

FLEXIBLE FLAT
CABLE (FFC)
TAPE Do not float the tape
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE

TAPE
TAPE

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM
TCON CNxxxx
(4) (51/30)
CN6403
(6)
CN6401
CN6402

(15)
(14)
CNxxxx
INVERTER

(14)

G2ME/G2LE BAA CN4000


CN6200

(4)
(10)

CN1/
CN9700/9701

CN100
(51/30)

(3)
CN6101
(3)

CN5600
(30)
H2LS/
SW1

AC Power

CN100/CN001
(10/12) H2LR/ HLR3

Speaker R Speaker L

– 13 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

5-2-2. KLV-40EX500

A. WIRE DRESSING

Connector
ASSY
Connector
ASSY TAPE

TAPE TAPE
MAIN
HARNESS TAPE
TAPE

Do not float the tape FFC WITH


CONNECTOR
TAPE

TAPE
TAPE TAPE

TAPE

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM

TCON CNxxxx
(4) (51)
CN6403
(6)
CN6401
CN6402

(15)
(14)
CNxxxx
(14)
INVERTER

G2HE BAA CN4000


CN6200

(4)
(10)

CN1/
CN9700

CN100
(51)

(3)
CN6101
(3)

CN5600
(30)
H2LS/
SW1

AC Power

CN100/CN001
(10/12) H2LR/ HLR3

Speaker R/ Speaker box R Speaker L/ Speaker box L

– 14 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

5-2-3. KLV-46EX500

A. WIRE DRESSING

TAPE
TAPE
Do not float the tape

MAIN HARNESS
TAPE

FFC WITH CONNECTOR


TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM
TCON CNxxxx
CNxxxx

(4) (51)
(4)

CN6704 CN6705
CNxxxx

(3) (4)
(3)

CN6702
(5)

CN6151

GD2
(6)

(POWER SUPPLY)
INVERTER

CNxxxx
(7)

BAA CN4000
CN6150

CN6200

(4)
(15)

(10)

Tuner /I/O/ Audio/ HDMI/Micon/


Power source/DDR/ Main1/ Main2/
LVDS/Panel
CN9700

CN100
(51)

(3)

CN6001
(3)
CN5600
(30)
SW1

AC Filter

LED, Optical Sensor, SIRCS


CN001
(12) HLR

Speaker R Speaker L

– 15 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

5-2-3. KLV-55EX500

A. WIRE DRESSING

CONNECTOR TAPE
ASSY

Do not float the tape


TAPE

TAPE
TAPE TAPE MAIN HARNESS TAPE

FFC WITH CONNECTOR


TAPE

TAPE Do not float the tape TAPE

TAPE

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM

TCON CNxxxx
CNxxxx

(4) (51)
CN6704 CN6705
(4)

(4)

D1 (Inverter)
CNxxxx

(3)
(3)

CN6703
CN6600

CN6702
(7)
(5)

(5)

CN6301 CN6401
(5) (7)
INVERTER

CNxxxx

CN6403
(7)

(6)
CN6201

CN4000
BAA
(15)

CN6200

(4)
G5
(10)

Tuner /I/O/ Audio/ HDMI/Micon/


(Power Supply) Power source/DDR/ Main1/ Main2/
LVDS/Panel

CN100
CN9700

(3)
(51)

CN6102
(3) CN5600
(30)
SW1L

AC Filter

LED, Optical Sensor, SIRCS


AV_Input/ Power On /Off CN001
(12) HLR

Speaker R Speaker L

– 16 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

5-3. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION


5-3-1 KLV-32EX500 5-3-2 KLV-40EX500

Switch Unit
G2LE UNIT Switch Unit
G2 Board

R2 Board
R2 Board

BAA Board
BAA Board

HLR Board
HLR3 Board

5-3-3 KLV-46EX500 5-3-4 KLV-55EX500

D1 Board

Switch Unit Switch Unit


GD2 Board G5E Board

R2 Board R2 Board

BAA Board BAA Board

HLR3 Board HLR3 Board

– 17 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

SECTION 6
DISASSEMBLY, EXPLODED VIEW AND OTHER PARTS
Caution: Note:

• ! and shaded parts are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. • (*) parts are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delays should be
anticipated when ordering these components.
• parts contain confidential information. Strictly follow the instruction whenever the components are • Illustrations provided in this section might have slight difference from the actual sets.
repaired and/or replaced. • The reference number besides the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.
• Place the TV set facing downwards on a stable, level surface before disassembly and assembly of parts. • Lines that indicate parts are shown in blue in the illustration.
• Only part number and description for service parts are shown in the parts list.
• Unplug connectors before disassembly.
• Refer Electrical Parts List section for connector part number.
6-1. DISASSEMBLY & EXPLODED VIEW
6-1-1. KLV-32EX500
(D) Boards, Panel and Bezel Parts List:
Screw: REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1.3
ej Bezel (TR32) Assy A-1565-554-C R2 MOUNT
1.2 7-685-649-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X14 TYPE2 IT-3 2 X-2514-980-1 BASE (M3) ASSY
6qdqj 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 3 X-2546-540-1 COVER (M3) ASSY
9wl 4-159-298-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X10 7 X-2546-117-1 REAR COVER (32) ASSY
w;wfwgwj 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8 7.1 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
4qaqg 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE2 IT-3 ea Support, Panel
8 4-167-326-01 BRACKET, VESA (S)
5 2-580-595-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X12 q; 4-157-976-01 COVER, UNDER (32)
q; 4-169-309-01 COVER, UNDER (32)
eh Switch Unit
qs X-2547-450-1 SP BRACKET (32L) ASSY
qfqk 1-858-364-13 LOUDSPEAKER (12.5X4.5CM)
(32EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB)))
eg Connectors
qfqk 1-858-364-23 LOUDSPEAKER(12.5X4.5CM)
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, INDIA,
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)
(C) Boards, Speakers and Frame 32EX500(THAILAND))
qh X-2547-451-1 SP BRACKET (32R) ASSY
wa 1-474-201-21 STATIC CONVERTER (TV) -G2LE (EXCEPT INDIA)
wa G2LE Board ws 4-156-944-41 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wh A-1752-080-A BAA COMPL (EX_HFR) (SERVICE)
w; 5 screws es ! 1-811-054-12 LCD PANEL (S32TDP)
ed A-1753-637-A HLR MOUNT
ef Connectors eh 1-487-730-11 SWITCH UNIT
ql Connectors ed HLR Mount ej X-2546-221-1 BEZEL (TR32) ASSY
es LCD Panel wa 1-474-233-11 STATIC CONVERTER (TV) (32EX500 (INDIA))
31 4-157-992-11 SUPPORT, PANEL
qj 2 screws e; Frame Bottom (S)
qk Loudspeaker wl 2 screws
(B) Rear Cover and 16.1 Bracket, SP (32R) (12.5x4.5cm)
Stand Assy
qh SP Bracket wk Bracket Join
7 Rear Cover (32) Assy (32R) Assy
q; Cover, wd Connectors
qg 1 screw Under (32) wj 2 screws
8 Bracket,
9 1 screw qd 2 screws
4 10 screws Vesa ws Bracket, Side Jack

qf Loudspeaker wf 2 screws
(12.5x4.5cm)

wg 2 screws
5 2 screws qa 1 screw wh BAA Board
qs SP Bracket (32L) Assy 12.1 Bracket, SP (32L)

(A) Hotel Assy (LCD face down view)


1 Remove R Bracket (Top) (not supply)
2 Base (M3B) Assy
6 2 screws 1.2 Two screws
1.1 Disconnect
3 Cover (M3) Assy CN001 1.3 R2 Board
1.4 R Bracket (Bottom)
7.1 Cover, ECS (not supply)
1.5 4 screws
2.2 Cover, Neck 2.1 Cover, Neck
R (M3B) FR (M3B)

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

– 18 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

6-1-2. KLV-40EX500

Screw: Parts List:


REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
1.2 7-685-649-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X14 TYPE2 IT-3 1.4 A-1565-554-C R2 MOUNT (EXCEPT 40EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
7qgql 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 2 X-2514-981-1 BASE (ML3) ASSY
6qaes 4-159-298-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X10 8 X-2546-202-1 REAR COVER (40) ASSY
whwjwl 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8 9 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
4qdqjea 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE2 IT-3 q; 4-167-326-01 BRACKET, VESA (S)
qs 4-157-977-01 COVER, UNDER (37)
(D) Boards, Panel and Bezel qs 4-169-308-01 COVER, UNDER (37)
qf X-2547-452-1 SP BRACKET (40L) ASSY
r; Bezel (TR40) Assy qhw; 1-858-364-13 LOUDSPEAKER (12.5X4.5CM)
(40EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
qhw; 1-858-364-23 LOUDSPEAKER(12.5X4.5CM)
(40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),INDIA,
NIGERIA,SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,
VIETNAM),40EX500(THAILAND))
qk X-2547-453-1 SP BRACKET (40R) ASSY
el Switch Unit wd A-1773-300-A G2HE (IN) UNIT (40EX500(INDIA))
ef Support, Panel A-1774-004-A G2HE (MO) UNIT
(C) Boards, Speakers and Frame ek Connectors (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN,NIGERIA,MALAYSIA,
VIETNAM),40EX500(SAUDI ARABIA),
40EX500(THAILAND))
wd G2HE Board A-1752-780-A G2HE UNIT (40EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
wf 4-156-944-41 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wa Connectors wk A-1752-080-A BAA COMPL (EX_HFR) (SERVICE)
37
eg A-1753-637-A HLR MOUNT
eg ! 1-811-055-12 LCD PANEL (S40TDP)
ws 5 screws eg ! 1-811-055-21 LCD PANEL(S40TDP)
el 1-487-730-11 SWITCH UNIT
r; X-2546-229-1 BEZEL (TR40) ASSY
eh Connectors 34 4-157-992-01 SUPPORT, PANEL
ej HLR3 Board
ed Frame Bottom eg LCD Panel
ql 2 screws

w; Loudspeaker es 2 screws
(12.5x4.5cm)
qs Cover, Under
(B) Rear Cover and 18.1 Bracket Speaker (R) ea 2 screws e; Bracket Joint
Stand Assy
qk Bracket (40R) Assy wl 2 screws
8 Rear Cover (40) Assy wg Connectors
qj 1 screw
qa 1 screw
4 8 screws q; Bracket,
qh Loudspeaker wf Bracket Side Jack
Vesa qg 2 screws
(12.5x4.5cm)

wj 2 screws
qd 1 screw
wh 2 screws
wk BAA Board
5 2 screws
qf Bracket (40L) Assy 14.1 Bracket Speaker (L)

(A) Hotel Assy (LCD face down view)


6 2 screws
1 Remove R Bracket (Top) (not supply)
2 Base (M3B) Assy
7 2 screws 1.2 Two screws
1.1 Disconnect
3 Neck (M3B) CN001 1.3 R2 Board
1.4 R Bracket (Bottom)
9 Cover, ECS (not supply)
1.5 4 screws
2.1 Cover, Neck
2.2 Cover, Neck
FR (M3B)
R (M3B)
• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

– 19 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

6-1-3. KLV-46EX500

Screw: Parts List:


REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
26 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 1.3 A-1565-554-B R2 MOUNT
5q;eg 4-159-298-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X10 2.1 X-2514-982-1 BASE (L3) ASSY
qfqk 4-167-964-01 SCREW, +PWTP2 4X16 2.2
* 4-158-350-01 NECK (ML3)
e;es 2-580-629-01 SCREW, +BVST 3X8 3 X-2546-540-1 COVER (M3) ASSY
wawgwhwk 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8 7 X-2546-204-1 REAR COVER (46) ASSY
4qsqhefej 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE2 IT-3 8 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
1.2 7-685-649-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X14 TYPE2 IT-3 9 4-167-326-01 BRACKET, VESA (S)
(D) Boards, Panel and Bezel qa 4-157-977-11 COVER, UNDER (37)
qa 4-169-308-11 COVER, UNDER (37)
qd X-2547-454-1 SP BRACKET (46L) ASSY
rf Bezel (TR46) Assy qj X-2547-455-1 SP BRACKET (46R) ASSY
qgql 1-858-371-11 LOUDSPEAKER (4.5X20CM)
ws 1-474-205-11 STATIC CONVERTER (TV)-GD2
wd 4-156-944-41 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wj A-1752-080-A BAA COMPL (EX_HFR) (SERVICE)
el ! 1-811-056-11 LCD PANEL (S46TDP)
el ! 1-811-056-21 LCD PANEL (S46TDP)
rd Switch Unit ra A-1753-637-A HLR MOUNT
ek Support, Panel
(C) Boards, Speakers and Frame rd 1-487-730-11 SWITCH UNIT
rs Connectors rf X-2546-267-1 BEZEL (TR46) ASSY
38 4-157-992-01 SUPPORT, PANEL
ej 1 screw
ws GD2 Board
w; Connectors

wa 5 screws

ed AC Inlet eh Frame, Bottom (ML r; Connectors


ra HLR Board
ea Bracket,
e; 1 screw el LCD Panel
qk 2 screws AC Inlet
ql Loudspeaker es 1 screw
(4.5x20cm) eg 2 screws
17.1 Bracket
(B) Rear Cover and SP (46R) qa Under Cover
Stand Assy ef 2 screws
qj SP Bracket wl Joint Frame Assy
7 Rear Cover (46R) Assy wk 2 screws
(46) Assy qh 1 screw wf Connectors
q; 1 screw
4 12 screws 9 Bracket, 17.2 Cushion A
Vesa (S) wd Bracket Side Jack
qf 2 screws
qg Loudspeaker
(4.5x20cm)

wh 2 screws
qs 1 screw
wg 2 screws
13.2 Cushion A
wj BAA Board
qd SP Bracket (46L) Assy
5 4 screws
13.1 Bracket, SP (46L)

(A) Hotel Assy (LCD face down view)

6 2 screws 1 Remove R Bracket (Top) (not supply)


2.1 Base (L3) Assy 1.2 Two screws
1.1 Disconnect
2.2 Neck (ML3B) CN001 1.3 R2 Board
8 Cover, ECS 1.4 R Bracket (Bottom)
(not supply)
3.2Cover, Neck
2 4 screws (M3 Front)
3.1 Cover, Neck
3 Cover (M3) Assy (M3 Rear)

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

– 20 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

6-1-4. KLV-55EX500

Screw: Parts List:


REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
81.5 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 1.3 A-1565-554-B R2 MOUNT
esef 2-580-629-01 SCREW, +BVST 3X8 2 X-2514-983-1 BASE (LL3) ASSY
6qfqhejrd 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE2 IT-3 3 4-158-351-01 NECK (LL3)
23.1 wawfwjwkw; 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8 4 X-2546-542-1 COVER (LL3) ASSY
1.3
7-685-649-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X14 TYPE2 IT-3 4.1 4-158-397-01 COVER, NECK (LL3 FRONT)
4.5 4-158-387-01 COVER, STAND (LL3)
(D) Boards, Panel and Bezel 5 4-158-403-01 COVER, NECK (LL3 REAR)
9 X-2546-265-1 REAR COVER (55) ASSY
t; Bezel (TR46) Assy q; 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
rl Switch Unit qa 4-167-326-01 BRACKET, VESA (S)
qd 4-157-979-01 COVER, UNDER (55)
rk Connectors qg 1-858-354-11 LOUDSPEAKER
qj 1-858-354-21 LOUDSPEAKER
ra 1 screw ws 1-474-203-11 STATIC CONVERTER (TV)-G5E
(C) Boards, Speakers and Frame rs Bracket, 24.1 1-474-206-11 STATIC CONVERTER(TV)-D1
Vesa (XL) wg 4-156-944-41 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wf D1 Board r; Bracket, A-1752-080-A BAA COMPL (EX_HFR) (SERVICE)
rf Support, Panel wl
wd Connectors Vesa (XL) rg ! 1-811-057-12 LCD PANEL (S55TDP)
23.1 2 screws rj A-1753-637-A HLR MOUNT
Holder, PWB
42.1 el 1 screw rl 1-487-738-11 SWITCH UNIT
t; X-2546-805-1 BEZEL (TR55) ASSY
ws G5E Board 44 4-157-992-11 SUPPORT, PANEL
w; Connectors

wa 5 screws

eg AC Inlet rh Connectors
ek Frame, Bottom (XL)
rj HLR Board
ed Bracket,
AC Inlet es 1 screw rg LCD Panel

ef 1 screw
qj Speaker ql Spacer Speaker
(4.5x20) R eh 5 screws
(B) Rear Cover and qd Cover,
rd 4 screws
Stand Assy Under (55)
ej 2 screws ea Bracket Joint
9 Rear Cover e; 2 screws
(55) Assy
wh Connectors
qh 1 screw qs 1 Screw,
qa Bracket, +PSW M4x10
6 13 screws
Vesa (S) wg Bracket Side Jack

qg Speaker wk 2 screws
(4.5x20) L wj 2 screws
qk Spacer Speaker
wl BAA Board
qf 1 screw
7 4 screws

(A) Hotel Assy (LCD face down view)

8 2 screws 1 Remove R Bracket (Top) (not supply)


4.5 Cover Stand (LL3) 1.2 Two screws
1.1 Disconnect
2 Base (LL3) Assy
CN001 1.3 R2 Board
q; Cover, ECS 1.4 R Bracket (Bottom)
3 Neck (LL3) (not supply)
5 Cover, Neck
(LL3 Rear)
1.5 4 screws
4.1 Cover, Neck
4 Cover (LL3) Assy (LL3 Front)

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

– 21 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

6-2. OTHER PARTS

REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK

6-2-1. KLV-32EX500 <MISCELLANEOUS>


*******************
<ACCESSORIES AND PACKING>
****************************** X-2342-530-2 BAG ASSY, FALL LOCK BELT
4-100-136-01 SHEET(CORE), C(32EX500(IRAN))
1-822-631-11☛ PLUG CONVERSION ADAPTOR 2-580-608-01 SCREW, +PSW M5X16
(32EX500(INDIA)) 2-580-604-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X20
1-569-008-33 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P 2-580-663-02 SCREW, WOOD 3.8X20
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)) 2-580-626-01 SCREW, SP 4-4O UNC (R2 (PWB) (2))
* 4-170-969-01 CUSHION, LOWER (TRU32)
* 4-170-968-01 CUSHION, UPPER (TRU32)
* 4-170-970-02☛ INDIVIDUAL CARTON (TRU32) ***********************************************************************
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,INDIA,☛
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM), <REMOTE COMMANDER>
32EX500(THAILAND)) *************************

* 4-177-617-01 INDIVIDUAL CARTON (TRU32) 1-487-701-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-GA018)


(32EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
4-167-239-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GB)
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,INDIA,☛ ***********************************************************************
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM), 6-2-2. KLV-40EX500
32EX500(THAILAND))
4-167-239-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CS) <ACCESSORIES AND PACKING>
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, ******************************
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
4-167-239-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (AR) 1-822-631-11 PLUG CONVERSION ADAPTOR
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN,NIGERIA, ☛ (40EX500(INDIA))
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)) 1--569-008-33 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P
4-167-239-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (PR) ☛ (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)) * 4-170-972-01 CUSHION, LOWER (TRU40)
* 4-170-971-01 CUSHION, UPPER (TRU40)
4-167-239-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RU) * 4-170-973-01 INDIVIDUAL CARTON (TRU40)
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,INDIA,
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)) SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM), ☛
4-167-239-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FR) 40EX500(THAILAND))
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)) * 4-179-297-01 INDIVIDUAL CARTON (TRU40)
4-167-239-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (VN) (40EX500(SOEM)(SHAHAB))
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, 4-167-239-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GB)
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM)) (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,INDIA,
4-167-239-91 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TH) SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM), ☛
(32EX500(THAILAND)) 40EX500(THAILAND))
4-176-316-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION 4-167-239-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CS)
(32EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB)) (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
4-158-349-01 NECK (M3) 4-167-239-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (AR)
1-837-454-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
(32EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,INDIA,☛ SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM),32EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB)) 4-167-239-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (PR)
1-837-460-11 POWERSUPPLYCORD(WITHCONNECTOR) (40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
(32EX500(THAILAND)) MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
1-837-661-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
(UK PLUG)(32EX500(SAUDI ARABIA))☛ 4-167-239-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RU)
(40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
*********************************************************************** 4-167-239-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FR)
(40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
<CONNECTORS> MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
**************** 4-167-239-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (VN)
(40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
* 1-910-059-62 CONNECTOR ASSY 14P MALAYSIA,VIETNAM))
(CN6402(G2LE/G2ME)-INV(1)) 4-176-316-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
* 1-910-059-63 CONNECTOR ASSY 4P (40EX500(SOEM)(SHAHAB))
(CN6402(G2ME)-TCON(1)) 4-167-239-91 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION()
* 1-837-728-11 FFC WITH CONNECTOR (40EX500(THAILAND))
* 1-910-059-60 MAIN HARNESS
* 1-910-057-37 CONNECTOR ASSY 6P 1-837-454-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
40EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
********************************************************************** MALAYSIA,VIETNAM),
40EX500(SOEM)(SHAHAB))

– 22 –
KLV-32, 40, 46, 55 EX500
RM-GA018

REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
1-837-460-11 POWERSUPPLYCORD(WITHCONNECTOR) SAUDI ARABIA))
(40EX500(THAILAND))
1-837-661-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD 4-167-239-91 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
☛ (UK PLUG)(40EX500(SAUDI ARABIA)) (46EX5000(THAILAND)
4-176-316-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(46EX500(IRAN)(SHAHAB)
*********************************************************************** 1-835-165-11 POWER SUPPLY CORD
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
<CONNECTORS> SAUDI ARABIA))
**************** 1-835-200-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
* 1-910-059-67 CONNECTOR ASSY 14P (CN6402(G2HE)-INV(1)) SAUDI ARABIA),46EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
* 1-910-059-63 CONNECTOR ASSY 4P (CN6402(G2HE)-TCON(1)) 1-837-639-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
* 1-837-730-11 FFC WITH CONNECTOR (CN9700(BAA)-TCON(1)) (46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
* 1-910-059-64 MAIN HARNESS SAUDI ARABIA))
(CN6200(BAA)-CN6401(G2HE)-CN5600(BAA)-
CN001(HLR)-CN100(SW1) CN4000(BAA)-SP(1)) 1-837-640-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
* 1-910-057-37 CONNECTOR ASSY 6P (46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA))
*********************************************************************** 1-835-138-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
<MISCELLANEOUS> SAUDI ARABIA))
******************** 1-837-634-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
X-2342-530-2 BAG ASSY, FALL LOCK BELT SAUDI ARABIA))
2-580-604-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X20 1-835-126-12 POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET
2-580-663-02 SCREW, WOOD 3.8X20 (46EX5000(THAILAND))
2-580-608-01 SCREW, +PSW M5X16 * 1-837-655-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET
2-580-626-01 SCREW, SP 4-4O UNC (R2 (PWB) (2)) (46EX5000(THAILAND))

*********************************************************************** ***********************************************************************

<REMOTE COMMANDER> <CONNECTORS>


************************ ***************

1-487-701-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-GA018) * 1-837-317-11 CONNECTOR ASSY


(CN6704(GD2)-BALANCER-CN6705(GD2)-
BALANCER(1))
*********************************************************************** * 1-837-317-21 CONNECTOR ASSY
6-2-3. KLV-46EX500 (CN6704(GD2)-BALANCER-CN6705(GD2)-
BALANCER(1))
<ACCESSORIES AND PACKING> * 1-910-059-75 CONNECTOR ASSY 4P
****************************** (CN6151(GD2)-TCON(1))
* 1-910-059-74 CONNECTOR ASSY 7P
* 4-170-976-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (TRU46) (CN6702 (GD2) - BALANCER (1))
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, * 1-837-732-11 FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE WITH CONNE
SAUDI ARABIA),46EX5000(THAILAND)) (CN9700(BAA)-TCON(1))
* 4-177-737-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (TRU46)
(46EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB)) * 1-910-059-69 MAIN HARNESS
* 4-170-975-01 CUSHION, LOWER (TRU46) (CN6200 (BAA) - CN6150 (GD2) - CN5600 (BAA) -
* 4-170-974-01 CUSHION, UPPER (TRU46) CN001 (HLR) - CN100 (SW1) CN4000 (BAA) - SP (1))
* 1-910-057-37 CONNECTOR ASSY 6P
4-167-239-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),
NIGERIA,SAUDI ARABIA),46EX5000(THAILAND)) ***********************************************************************
4-167-239-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, <MISCELLANEOUS>
SAUDI ARABIA)) *******************

4-167-239-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION X-2342-530-2 BAG ASSY, FALL LOCK BELT


(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, 2-580-608-01 SCREW, +PSW M5X16
SAUDI ARABIA)) 2-580-604-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X20
4-167-239-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION 2-580-663-02 SCREW, WOOD 3.8X20
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, 4-100-136-01 SHEET(CORE), (46EX500(IRAN))
SAUDI ARABIA))
4-167-239-52 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION 2-580-626-01 SCREW, SP 4-4O UNC (R2 (PWB) (2))
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA))
4-167-239-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION ***********************************************************************
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA))
4-167-239-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(46EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,

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REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
<REMOTE COMMANDER> 1-835-200-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
************************ 1-837-639-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
1-487-701-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-GA018) SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
1-837-640-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
************************************************************************ SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
6-2-4. KLV-55EX500 1-835-138-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(S0EM),NIGERIA,
<ACCESSORIES AND PACKING> SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
****************************** 1-837-634-11 POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
* 4-180-368-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (TRU55)
(55EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
* 4-170-979-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (TRU55) ***********************************************************************
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA)) <CONNECTORS>
* 4-170-978-01 CUSHION, LOWER (TRU55) ****************
* 4-170-977-01 CUSHION, UPPER (TRU55)
* 2-639-807-01 JOINT 1-836-741-21 CONNECTOR ASSY (CN6301(G5)-CN6600(D1)(1))
* 1-837-322-21 CONNECTOR ASSY (CN6704(D1)-BALANCER(1))
4-176-316-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION * 1-837-324-21 CONNECTOR ASSY (CN6705(D1)-BALANCER(1))
(/AC/GBPR)(55EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))) 1-910-059-72 CONNECTOR ASSY CN6403 (G5)-TCON(1)
4-167-239-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION CN6401(G5)-CN6703(D1)(1
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, 1-837-734-11 FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE CN9700(BAA)-TCON(1)
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
4-167-239-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION 1-910-059-71 MAIN HARNESS
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, CN6200(BAA)-CN6201(G5)-CN5600(BAA)-
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA)) CN001(HLR)-CN100(SW1L)-CN4000(BAA)-SP(1)
4-167-239-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION 1-910-059-76 CONNECTOR ASSY 7P CN6702(D1)-BALANCER(1)
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, * 1-910-057-37 CONNECTOR ASSY 6P
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
4-167-239-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION ***********************************************************************
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA)) <MISCELLANEOUS>
*******************
4-167-239-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, 2-580-626-01 SCREW, SP 4-4O UNC (R2 (PWB) (2))
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA)) X-2342-530-2 BAG ASSY, FALL LOCK BELT
4-167-239-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION 2-580-608-01 SCREW, +PSW M5X16
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA, 2-580-604-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X20
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA)) 2-580-663-02 SCREW, WOOD 3.8X20
4-167-239-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM),NIGERIA,
SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA)) ***********************************************************************
* 4-180-369-01 TRAY (55EX500(IRAN(SHAHAB))
1-835-165-11 POWER SUPPLY CORD <REMOTE COMMANDER>
(55EX500(SOGUL,IRAN(SOEM), ************************
NIGERIA,SAUDI ARABIA,MALAYSIA))
1-487-701-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-GA018)

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SECTION 3 This section is updated,


TROUBLESHOOTING ☛ originally located at page 8 ~9

3.1 Power Problem

3-1-1. General

START

END
Does the Power Led
See
stay on when the
No Power
TV is switched on ?

Is the Standby Led See


blink ? Standby LED Blink

Green & Amber See


blink? Panel ID Error

Is the Picture and See Audio/Video


Sound OK ? Troubleshooting doc.

3-1-2. No Power

No Power

AC Cord
BAA Board
OK
Check AC voltage at
AC IN connector. NG NG
Replace
88 -132V for 110V models AC Source
AC cord • See DDcon
176 ñ 264V for 220 ñ 240V
Models. Sheet

OK

Check Standby3.3V Check NG


NG
at CN6200 pin 3 Between G* Board to G* Board
on BAA board BAA Board Harness
3.3V?
OK
Harness

OK

Check Power_On
Check REG12V NG NG
at CN6200 pin 5
at CN6200 pin 10 BAA Board
on BAA board
on BAA board
3.3V?
OK
OK

Note:
G* - Power Board

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3-1-3. DDCON Sheet

START

Change
Check JL6306 Voltage. no BAA Board
Check F6303
Is the voltage 3.3V?

yes

Check JL6309 Voltage. no


Check F6302 or F6305.
Is the voltage 1.1V?

yes

Check JL6313 Voltage. no


Check F6301.
Is the voltage 1.8V?

yes
After checking, take note of
Check JL6205 Voltage. no NG condition & change BAA board
Check +3.3V_Main
Is the voltage 1.25V?

yes

3-1-4. Standby Led Blink

a) 3 times blinking

3 times Blinking
DC_ALERT1 AUDIO

Check JL6315 NG
NG Check +12.5V_AU1
Voltage on the Check F6304. F4001, IC4002,etc AZ1A: 3x Blinking For
at F4001 on
BAA Board. BAA board (BAA Board) Audio Error
the BAA Board
5.25V?

OK

AUDIO OK
Motionflow
Check NG
Speaker Impedance Speaker IC9000,etc
at SP Connector (BAA Board)

OK

Check +12.5V
NG
at pin 1 of
G* Board
CN6200 on
the BAA Board

Note:
G* - Power Board
OK

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b) 4 times blinking

4 times Blinking

Between
Check 0.88V to 2.70V NG NG
Check
PANEL_DET at PANEL
harness to Balancer Replace G*/D* Board
JL5601 (Balancer)
Board
on the BAA Board

OK OK

BAA Board Harness G*/D* Board

Note:
G* - Power Board

c) 5 times blinking

5 times Blinking

Harness check: NG
1) TCON to BAA board
Harness
Check TCON_ON 2) TCON to G* board
Low 3) LVDS cable
at FB5619 BAA Board
on the BAA Board
OK

High
NG
Check Change BAA BAA Board
TCON_VCC_12V

1) at JL6217 NG
OK
(non-motionflow models) G* Board

2) TCON_12V Panel (T-con)


At G*Board
(Motionflow models) about 12V : ex. 22î Model

OK

NG
Check F6200 for
BAA Board
non-motionflow models

OK Note:
G* - Power Board

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d) 6 times blinking

6 times Blinking

Check
PANEL_DET at < 2.7V
BAA Board
JL5601
on the BAA Board

NG
Check all harness Harness

OK

NG Inverter
Change D* Board
(D* Board)

OK
*Check G* Board output:
*Check G* Board NG
output or G* Board a) G2** UNREG24V = +24.0V
Change G* Board b) G5 PFC out Pin 5 CN6301 = +396.0V
c) G1LS UNREG24V = +24.0V
OK
For boards not mention above, please change board directly.
Panel

e) 7 times blinking

7 times Blinking

Low Set to another


Set location is OK?
location

OK

Change BAA Board, NG


Panel
and Aging a few hours

OK

BAA Board

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3-1-5. Panel ID Error

Green & Amber blinking

Harness check: NG
1) TCON to BAA board
Harness
Check TCON_ON 2) TCON to G* board
Low
at FB5619 BAA Board 3) LVDS cable
on the BAA Board
OK

High
NG
Check Change BAA BAA Board
TCON_VCC_12V

1) at JL6217 NG
OK
(non-motionflow models) G* Board

2) TCON_12V Panel(T-con)
At G*Board about 5V : 22" Model
about 12V : ex. 22" Model
(Motionflow models)

OK

NG
Check F6200 for
BAA Board
non-motionflow models

OK Note:
G* - Power Board

3-2. Audio Problem


3-2-1. Flowchart A

Main Speaker No Refer "Main


Audio Problem
Sound Speaker No Sound"

Mon Out No Refer "Mon Out


Sound No Sound"

HP Out No Sound Refer "HP Out


No Sound"

*V1, V2, V3, D1 or Refer "Analog


PC/HDMI analog Audio Input
no sound? No Sound"

Analog RF Refer "Analog RF


no sound? No Sound"

HDMI Audio Refer "HDMI Audio


no sound? No Sound"

* V1 = Video1, V2 = Video2, USB Audio Refer "USB Audio


V3 = Video3, D1 = Component1 no sound? No Sound"

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3-2-2. Flowchart B - Main Speaker No Sound

Main Spk No
Sound
A
NG
NG
Correct UI Audio UI Setting, ok?
IC4002 pin1 -> 3.3V Amp IC /
OK IC4002 pin2 -> 1.8V Main IC NG
Ok?
Change NG Spk Wire,
spk wire Connector, ok? OK
OK
L4004, L4005, NG Amp IC NG
Change NG Spk Impedance L4006, L4007 -> 6~7Vdc, ok?
main spk 7~8ohm, ok?

OK OK

F4001
Ok?
NG
OK

Refer "Standby
NG
CN6200 pin1, 12.6V ok?
LED Blink" Change BAA Board
OK
A
3-2-3. Flow Chart C -Monitor Out No Sound

Monitor Out No
Sound

NG
Audio UI Setting, ok? Correct UI

OK
Change
RCA cable, NG
target unit, ok? RCA cable
/ target unit
OK

C4075 -> 9V Vcc NG /


or F6300 -> 0ohm NG
Main IC
or R4095 -> 3V, ok? NG

OK

Change BAA Board

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3-2-4. Flowchart D - HP Out No Sound

HP Out No
Sound

HP cable, NG
Change HP
ok? cable
OK

JL4011 -> 3.3V, ok? NG Detection


(when insert HP) NG

OK
NG Main IC
R4094 -> 3V, ok?
NG

OK

Change BAA Board

3-2-5. Flowchart E - Analog Audio Input No Sound

Analog audio
input no sound

Change NG Audio RCA cable,


RCA cable ok?

OK

Change NG Audio analog source,


audio source ok?

OK

Change BAA Board

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3-2-6. Flowchart F - Analog RF No Sound

Analog RF input
no sound

Change RF NG RF cable,
cable ok?
UI setting, ok? NG
(TV System, AFT, Audio Filter) Correct UI
OK

Change RF NG RF source,
source/channel ok? OK

OK
Refer
NG Raster sound,
"Speaker No
Sound" ok?
Change BAA Board
OK
NG Tuning, OK
Refer "Tuner
Problem" ok?

3-2-7. Flowchart G - HDMI Audio No Sound

HDMI Audio
input no sound

Change NG
HDMI HDMI cable,
cable ok?

OK
Change HDMI NG HDMI source,
source ok?

OK

Change to NG *HDMI sound


supported format format ok?

OK

Change BAA Board

* Please refer to IM for supported HDMI


audio format.

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3-2-8. Flowchart H - USB Audio No Sound

USB Audio
input no sound

OK

Change USB NG
USB thumbdrive,
thumbdrive
ok?
OK
Change to NG *USB audio
supported format, ok?
format
OK

Change BAA Board

* Please refer to IM for supported USB


audio format.

3-2-9. Flowchart I - 3x Blinking For Audio Error

TV 3x blinking

B
OK Remove speaker
connector (CN4000), ok?
L4004, L4005, L4006 &
L4007 impedance to ground.
Speaker Impedance
7~8ohm, ok? NG High Z
(>100Kohm)
Low Z
OK NG F4001 NG (<100Kohm) Amp IC NG
Ok?
Change Change Output short to
main
OK GND / Amp IC
speaker
wire speaker NG

CN6200 pin1, 12.6V ok?


NG
Refer "Standby OK
LED Blink" High Z
Check impedance
CN6200 pin1 <-> C4049 (+ve) (>0ohm)
CN6200 pin1 <-> C4050 (+ve)

Low Z Change BAA Board


(~0ohm)
B

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3-3. Video Problem


3-3-1. General

Picture On Screen
Distorted Or Missing Check LED 6x Yes Refer to Power Troubleshoot (STANDBY LED
times blink? BLINK 6x times blinking

No
Backlight No
turns ON?
Check Eco Yes
Yes Power Saving
ON? Refer to IM Eco
No Power Saving
Refer "Tuner
Tuner, OK? Setting
Problem"
No
Yes
Change
No Refer "Video 1 BAA board
Video 1, OK?
Problem"
Yes
No
No Refer "Component
Refer "Monitor Component, OK?
Monitor Out, OK? Problem"
Out Problem"
Yes
Yes No
No Refer "HDMI
Refer "Video 2 HDMI, OK?
Video 2, OK? Problem"
Problem"
Yes
Yes No
No PC, OK? Refer "PC Problem"
Refer "Video 3
Video 3, OK?
Problem"
Yes

Yes Finish

3-3-2. TUNER

Tuner Problem

Check RF source cable NG


Change RF cable and antenna
and antenna

OK

Check C6346 NG
Change BAA board
= +5V?

OK A
Check F6304 NG
Change BAA board
OK?

OK Check LVDS
harness NG Reconnect LVDS cable
NG
Raster, OK? connection or change new LVDS
between BAA cable
OK board, OK?
NG
Tuning, OK?
OK
OK
OK Check "R1056
= +33V?

NG
A
Change BAA board

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3-3-3. VIDEO 1

Video 1 Problem

Check NG Refer to IM Video1/Monitor


Video1/Monitor Out
Out Setting
Setting.

OK

NG
Check Video input source Video Signal Source Problem or
signal or cable. cable problem

OK

NG
Check Input
Change BAA board
jack "J2001"

OK

NG
Check LVDS harness Reconnect LVDS cable
connection between or change new LVDS
BAA board. cable

OK

Change BAA board

3-3-4. Monitor Out

Monitor Out Problem

Check NG Refer to IM Video1/Monitor


Video1/Monitor Out
Out Setting
Setting.

OK

Check Video input source signal or cable. NG


Signal Source Problem or cable problem
(Tuner mode: Check RF source cable)

OK

Check video NG Reconnect Video cable or


signal cable. change new Video cable

OK

Check Input NG
Change BAA board
jack "J2001"

OK

Confirm target NG
Target TV problem
TV OK?

OK

Change BAA board

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3-3-5. Video 2

Video 2 Problem

NG
Check Video input source Video Signal Source Problem or
signal or cable. cable problem

OK

NG
Check Input
Change BAA board
jack "J2001"

OK

NG
Check LVDS harness Reconnect LVDS cable
connection between or change new LVDS
BAA board. cable

OK

Change BAA board

3-3-6. Video 3

Video 3 Problem

Check Video3 / NG Refer to IM Video3 /


Component Setting. Component Setting

OK

NG
Check Video input source Video Signal Source Problem or
signal or cable. cable problem

OK

NG
Check Input
Change BAA board
jack "J2200"

OK

NG
Check LVDS harness Reconnect LVDS cable
connection between or change new LVDS
BAA board. cable

OK

Change BAA board

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3-3-7. Component

Component Problem

Check Video 3 / NG Refer to IM Video3 /


Component Setting. Component Setting

OK

NG
Check component input Component Signal Source
source signal or cable. Problem or cable problem

OK

NG
Check Input
Change BAA board
jack "J2200"

OK

NG
Check LVDS harness Reconnect LVDS cable
connection between or change new LVDS
BAA board. cable

OK

Change BAA board

3-3-8. HDMI

HDMI Problem

NG
Check HDMI input source HDMI Signal Source Problem or
signal or cable. cable problem

OK

NG
Confirm HDMI input source format / Change HDMI input source to TV
resolution supported by TV? supported format

OK

NG
Check HDMI
Change BAA board
jack.

OK

NG
Check LVDS harness Reconnect LVDS cable
connection between or change new LVDS
BAA board. cable

OK

Change BAA board

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3-3-9. PC

PC Problem

NG
Check PC input source PC Signal Source Problem or
signal or cable. cable problem

OK

NG
Confirm PC input source format Change PC input source to TV
/ resolution supported by TV? supported format

OK

NG
Check PC jack
Change BAA board
"CN2300".

OK

NG
Check LVDS harness Reconnect LVDS cable
connection between or change new LVDS
BAA board. cable

OK

Change BAA board

3-4. IR Problem

IR NO FUNCTION

A
NG
Check Remote Control Change Remote Control
Function?

OK

NG Probe JL5621 in
BAA to check RC response
Check Wire Harness NG Change Wire Harness When press RC
And Connector And connect Properly
Connectivity?

OK
OK

Check 3.3V NG Check 3.3V OK


in Pin1 of IR IC at FB5604 in Change H2LR Board
in H Board BAA Board Table: IR IC Ref no
Series H IR ref
OK NG Board no.
A BX H2LR IC101
Change BAA Board
EX, NX HLR IC002

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3-5. Tact SW Problem

H2LS NO FUNCTION
*VOLTAGE LEVEL FOR EACH PRESSED BUTTON

KEY Voltage Voltage range


Check Wire Harness NG
Change Wire Harness
(averag
And Connector e)
And connect Properly
Connectivity?
CH - 0.00V 0.0000V
OK
CH + 0.38V 0.3421 -
0.4178V
Check 3.3V NG
Check 3.3V in JL5604
in PIN2, CN1
BAA Board
Vol - 0.85V 0.7720 -
0.9403V
OK OK
Vol + 1.30V 1.1747 -
1.4268V
*Check
NG Change H2LS Board Input 1.85V 1.6710 -
Pin1 Voltage Level
in CN1 2.0229V
OK Menu 2.37V 2.1536 -
2.5988V
NG
Change BAA Board No 2.80V 2.8 - 3.3V
Input

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SECTION 4
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT ☛
4-4. Hotel Mode Adjustment
4-4-1. Entering and Exiting Hotel Mode

Hotel mode transition sequence


The figure below describes the sequence how
<Normal Mode> to get from normal active TV mode

Power ON Stand-by

“Display”
“Display”

“TEST” *Use a
special “TEST”
remote. In Hotel Mode, Sony
“Vol -” Logo is not displayed
“Vol +” upon start up.

“Power”
“Power”

<Hotel Mode>
<Hotel Menu Mode>

Set “Hotel Mode” to ON

“Display”
Power ON
Stand-by Power ON

“Mute”

“Vol +”
“Hotel Menu Mode”= For Hotel Mode setup
“Hotel Mode”=
For hotel guest usage
“HOME/Menu”

*Remote commander with “T” key


Use a regular remote.
Please ask your service personnel for details.

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4-4-2. Hotel Mode Settings Menu Tree


<“Hotel Menu Mode”>
After entering “Hotel Menu Mode”,
a “Hotel Mode” icon will appear like
below when you press the Menu There are 3 setting trees under
button. “Hotel Mode” menu.

Hotel Mode

Menu Items
Refer to
Function Settings
4-4-3

Menu Items
Signal Source Refer to
Settings 4-4-4

Menu Items
TV Settings Refer to
4-4-5

The message below is displayed


during “Hotel Menu Mode”.

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4-4-3. Menu items in Function Settings

Display Options Description =Default Settings


string

Hotel On This will turn the Hotel


Mode mode on.
Tip: This should be the last
setting you do – once
turned to “ON” the Hotel
Off mode will start.

TV/Remote Both Select whether you want to


Controls Controls the TV to be controlled by
the remote control (RC)
Remote or by both controls meaning
Only the buttons on the TV and
the RC.
No Controls

Display Key Use Select whether you want to


control the display info by
the display key button on
Not Use the RC.
(Display Key = Info Key)

AC Power Unspecify Select whether the TV will


On Setting follow last power memory
or always turn ON
Always On after AC Plug Off

Wide Use Select whether the screen


Mode Key format key can be used or
Not Use not.

Standby On Select whether you want the


LED standby LED to be on or off
Off during standby mode

Initialize Start All settings in Hotel Mode go


Hotel back to the default value
Settings
Cancel

Export Select this to export “Hotel


Hotel Mode” settings done in the
Settings “Hotel Menu Mode”
for cloning function

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4-4-4. Menu items in Signal Source Settings

Display
string
Options Description =Default Settings
Signal TV Use / Not Use Define which
Source HDMI 1/2/3 Use with Labels input source
Settings /Use Without should be
Labels /Not available during
Use Hotel Mode.

Video 1/2 Use with Labels Note: The


/Use Without number of
Labels /Not terminals vary
Use by models.
Component Use with Labels
/Use Without
Labels /Not
Use
PC Use with Labels
/Use Without
Labels /Not
Use
Initial Input Not Use Define which
should be the
TV initial input
source when
HDMI 1/2/3 the TV is
turned on by a
Video 1/2 hotel guest.

Component Note: The


number of
terminals vary
PC
by models.
Initial Not Use Define which
Analogue should be the
Programme initial analogue
0 - 199 programme
when analogue
is selected.

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4-4-5. Menu items in TV Settings

Display string Options Description =Default Settings


Initial Volume Off Set the initial TV volume
each time a hotel
customer turns the TV on.
0-100

Maximum Off Set the maximum


Volume possible volume for the
0-100 TV set

Initial Wide Wide Define the initial screen


Mode Zoom format each time a hotel
customer turns the TV on.
Normal

Full

Zoom

Original
Value

Initial Picture Vivid Define the initial picture


Mode mode each time a hotel
Standard customer turns the TV on.

Custom

Original
Value

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4-4-6. Smart Cloning Functions (1)


( I ) Exporting functions
Before you export your Hotel TV settings,

A) Make sure that all the settings including channel, picture, sound and Hotel Menu are correct.
B) Prepare a blank USB memory. The USB memory does not require any special “tree structure”.
It should best be completely blank.

1) Insert a blank USB memory into the USB slot.


2) Click on “Export Hotel Settings” in Function Settings.

3) The following message will appear:

4) The following message will appear, when you have successfully


exported the “Mother TV” settings to the USB memory.

Note : Timer/Clock
settings are not
cloned

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4-4-7. Smart Cloning Functions (2)


( II ) Importing functions

NOTE
Any settings done and exported from a “Mother TV” can only
be imported on the same series of TVs (any size).

1) To copy the settings from the USB memory to “Child TVs”, you
must first put “Child TVs” into “Hotel Menu Mode” or “Hotel
Mode”.
2) Insert the prepared USB memory into a USB slot on a
“Child TV”.
3) AC Plug OFF the “Child TV” and then ON back again.
4) The “Child TV” will detect the USB memory and import the settings.
All three Picture Off/ Timer, Standby, Power Indicator will light up as
below:

Picture Off/ Timer Standby Power


Indicator

5) After a few seconds, only the Power Indicator remains lighted


and the TV will show a blank screen. This shows you have successfully
imported the settings to the “Child TV”.

6) Then the TV automatically reboot in “Hotel Menu Mode”.

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RM-GA018

4-4-8. Disabled Functions during Hotel Mode


<Disabled functions during Hotel Mode>

Normal Hotel Menu


No. Functions Mode Mode Hotel Mode

1 Scene Select

2 Theatre Mode

3 Store Display Mode

4 Sync Menu Enabled Disabled Disabled

5 PAP/PIP

6 Demo Mode

7 Favourites

All the functions related to Menu operation, because Menu is disabled in Hotel Mode.
e.g.: FM Radio/USB photo/music/video, etc.

<Tools key>
During Hotel Mode, Tools key on a
remote commander works for the settings
of Language and Sleep Timer.

<Language Settings>
Language will follow default language settings selected in “Hotel Menu Mode”.
So if guests select other languages in “Hotel Mode” but when they perform RC Off/On
or AC Plug Off/On, the language will change back to the default language settings
selected in “Hotel Menu Mode”.

Sony Corporation
Sony EMCS (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. English
9-888-124-05 TVEG  2010.8

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LCD Colour TV Start-up Guide

Operating the TV
Operating Instructions
Using Optional Equipment

Using MENU Functions

Additional Information

KLV-55EX500/46EX500/46EX400/40EX500/40EX400/40NX500/32EX500/32EX400/32EX300/
KLV-32NX500/32NX400/26EX300/26NX400/22EX300

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Introduction Trademark information


Thank you for choosing this Sony product. • HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Before operating the TV, please read this manual Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
thoroughly and retain it for future reference. trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
• “BRAVIA” and are trademarks of Sony
The illustrations used in this manual are of the Corporation.
KLV-32EX300 unless otherwise stated.

Notice for customers in South Africa


The Euro/South Africa converter plug should be fitted
as follows.
1 Insert the power
supply or CEE7
plug in to the
converter plug.
2 Use an appropriate
screwdriver to
attach the screw
tightly without
damaging the
screw head.
3 TEST: Grip the
converter plug, and
pull the VDE cord
set/transformer to
ensure it is fully
secure, if not then
increase the torque
setting and further
tighten.
Re-test.
The converter plug
is now ready for
use.

Notice for customers in India


Attach the supplied plug adaptor.

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Table of Contents

Start-up Guide Using MENU Functions


Checking the accessories ..................................4 Navigating through menus ............................... 16
1: Attaching the stand.........................................4 Playing back photo/music/video via USB......... 16
2: Connecting an antenna/cable/VCR ................5 Using BRAVIA Sync with Control for HDMI ..... 17
3: Preventing the TV from toppling over .............5 Settings adjustment.......................................... 18
4: Bundling the cables ........................................5 Picture .............................................................18
5: Performing the initial set-up............................6 Sound..............................................................19
Screen.............................................................20
Watching TV .......................................................6
Channel Set-up ...............................................22
Adjusting the viewing angle of the TV ................6
Parental Lock ..................................................23
Adjust the angle left and right (swivel) ............. 6
Set-up..............................................................23
Adjust the angle back and forth (tilt) ................ 6
Eco ..................................................................25
Detaching the stand from the TV........................7
Safety information ..............................................8
Precautions ........................................................9
Additional Information
Installing the accessories
Operating the TV (Wall-Mount Bracket) ....................................... 26
TV installation dimensions table......................26
Overview of the remote ....................................10 Screw and hook locations diagram/table .......28
Overview of the TV buttons and indicators.......12 Troubleshooting ............................................... 29
Specifications ................................................... 31
Using Optional Equipment
Connecting optional equipment ........................13
Viewing pictures from the connected
equipment.........................................................14
Viewing Twin Picture ........................................15
Viewing PIP (Picture in Picture)........................15

Before operating the TV, please read “Safety information” (page 8). Retain this manual for future reference.

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Start-up Guide

Checking the accessories 1: Attaching the stand


AC power cord (For KLV-55/46EX500/ • Refer to the supplied stand leaflet for proper
KLV-46EX400) attachment for some TV models.
Cable holder (1) (For KLV-40/32NX500/ B KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/KLV-46/40/32EX400/
KLV-32/26NX400) KLV-32/26EX300/KLV-40/32NX500/
Stand (1) and screws (8) (For KLV-40/32EX500/ KLV-32/26NX400
KLV-40/32NX500/KLV-32/26NX400)
Stand (1) and screws (7) (For KLV-40/32EX400/
KLV-32/26EX300)
Stand (1) and screws (6) (For KLV-22EX300)
Stand (1) and screws (4) (For KLV-55/46EX500/
KLV-46EX400)
Remote RM-GA018 (1) (For KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/
KLV-40/32NX500/KLV-32/26NX400)
Remote RM-GA019 (1) (For KLV-46/40/32EX400/
KLV-32/26/22EX300)
Size AAA batteries (R03 type) (2)

To insert batteries into the remote

B KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/KLV-40/32NX500/ B KLV-22EX300
KLV-32/26NX400

Slide the cover to


open

B KLV-46/40/32EX400/KLV-32/26/22EX300
Push and lift the cover to open
• Fix the TV to the stand according to the arrow marks
that guide the screw holes using the supplied
screws.
• This TV is very heavy, so two or more people should
place the TV onto the stand.
• If using an electric screwdriver, set the tightening
torque at approximately 1.5 N·m (15 kgf·cm).
• Ensure the AC power cord is away from screw holes
during stand installation to avoid damage to the AC
power cord.

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2: Connecting an antenna/ 3: Preventing the TV from


cable/VCR toppling over
• Connecting cables are not supplied.
Connecting an antenna/cable

Start-up Guide
8
Antenna cable

Connecting an antenna/cable and VCR


1 Install a wood screw (4 mm in diameter, not
supplied) in the TV stand.
2 Install a machine screw (M4 × 16, not
8 supplied) into the screw hole of the TV.
3 Tie the wood screw and the machine screw
with a strong cord (not supplied).
z • An optional Sony support belt kit is used to secure the
TV. Contact your nearest Sony service centre to
purchase a kit. Have your TV model name ready for
Antenna cable reference.

4: Bundling the cables


KLV-40/32NX500/KLV-32/26NX400

AV cable

Antenna cable
1 2 3

KLV-55/46EX500/
KLV-46EX400

VCR
• Do not bundle the AC power cord together with
other cables.
• The illustration may differ from that of the actual
rear panel, and the AC power cord may already be
connected, depending on the screen size.

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5: Performing the initial Adjusting the viewing angle


set-up of the TV
This TV can be adjusted within the angles
shown below.

Adjust the angle left and right


(swivel)
Confirm

B KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/KLV-40/32NX500/
KLV-32/26NX400
Top view

* The shapes of AC power plug and AC power outlet


differ depending on the region.
**When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby) Front
indicator on the TV front panel is red), press "/1 on
the remote to turn on the TV.
Adjust the angle back and forth
3 (tilt)
B KLV-22EX300
Left view

Confirm

Follow the instructions on the screen.


Front
“Location”: Select “Home” for the best
TV settings to use the TV in the home.
“Programme Sorting”: If you want to
change the order of channels, follow the
steps in “Programme Sorting” (page 22).
• You can also tune channels manually (page 22).
• Language options vary depending on model.

Watching TV
1 Press 1 on the TV to turn on the TV.
2 Press the number buttons or PROG +/– to
select a TV channel.
3 Press 2 +/– to adjust the volume.

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B KLV-40/32NX500/KLV-32/26NX400
0° 6° Detaching the stand from the
TV
• Do not remove the stand for any reason other than to
wall-mount the TV.

B KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/
KLV-46/40/32EX400/KLV-32/26EX300/
KLV-40/32NX500/KLV-32/26NX400

Start-up Guide
1

B KLV-22EX300

2 3 4

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KLV-32NX500/ – Do not install the TV set as shown


below.
Safety information KLV-32NX400
Air circulation is blocked.

Installation/Set-up
Install and use the TV set in accordance with
the instructions below in order to avoid any KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/
risk of fire, electrical shock or damage and/or KLV-46/40/32EX400/
injuries. KLV-32EX300/ Wall
Wall
KLV-40NX500
Installation
• The TV set should be installed near an
easily accessible AC power outlet.
• Place the TV set on a stable, level surface KLV-32NX500/
to avoid it from falling down and cause KLV-32/26NX400
personal injury or damage to the TV. AC power cord
• Only qualified service personnel should Handle the AC power cord and outlet as
carry out wall installations. follows in order to avoid any risk of fire,
• For safety reasons, it is strongly electrical shock or damage and/or injuries:
recommended that you use Sony – The shape of AC power plug, which is
accessories, including: KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/ supplied with the TV set, varies
– KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/ KLV-46/40/32EX400/ depending on the regions. Be sure to
KLV-46/40/32EX400/ KLV-32/26/22EX300/ connect the appropriate supplied AC
KLV-32EX300/KLV-40/32NX500: KLV-40NX500 power cord with the plug that fits into the
Wall-mount bracket SU-WL500 or AC power outlet.
SU-WL50B – Use only Sony supplied AC power cords,
– KLV-32NX400: not those of other brands.
Wall-mount bracket SU-WL500 – Insert the plug fully into the AC power
– KLV-26/22EX300/KLV-26NX400: • When lifting or moving the TV set, hold it outlet.
Wall-mount bracket SU-WL100 firmly from the bottom. – Operate the TV set on a 110-240 V AC
• Be sure to use the screws supplied with • When transporting the TV set, do not supply only (South Africa and Tunisia
the Wall-mount bracket when attaching subject it to jolts or excessive vibration. only: 220-240 V AC).
the mounting hooks to the TV set. The • When transporting the TV set for repairs
supplied screws are designed so that they – When wiring cables, be sure to unplug the
or when moving, pack it using the original AC power cord for your safety and take
are 8 mm to 12 mm in length when carton and packing material.
measured from the attaching surface of care not to catch your feet on the cables.
– Disconnect the AC power cord from the
the mounting hook. Ventilation AC power outlet before working on or
The diameter and length of the screws • Never cover the ventilation holes or insert
differ depending on the Wall-mount moving the TV set.
anything in the cabinet. – Keep the AC power cord away from heat
bracket model.
• Leave space around the TV set as shown sources.
Use of screws other than those supplied
below. – Unplug the AC power plug and clean it
may result in internal damage to the TV
• It is strongly recommended that you use a regularly. If the plug is covered with dust
set or cause it to fall, etc.
Sony wall-mount bracket in order to and it picks up moisture, its insulation
8mm - 12mm provide adequate air-circulation. may deteriorate, which could result in a
fire.
Installed on the wall
Screw (supplied with the 30 cm Notes
Wall-mount bracket)
• Do not use the supplied AC power cord on
Mounting Hook 10 cm 10 cm any other equipment.
Hook attachment on rear of • Do not pinch, bend, or twist the AC power
TV set cord excessively. The core conductors
may be exposed or broken.
Transporting • Do not modify the AC power cord.
• Before transporting the TV set, 10 cm • Do not put anything heavy on the AC
disconnect all cables. Leave at least this space around power cord.
• Two or more people are needed to the set. • Do not pull on the AC power cord itself
transport a large TV set. when disconnecting the AC power cord.
• When transporting the TV set by hand, Installed with stand • Do not connect too many appliances to
hold it as shown below. Do not put stress the same AC power outlet.
on the LCD panel. • Do not use a poor fitting AC power outlet.
30 cm
KLV-26/22EX300
10 cm 10 cm 6 cm Prohibited Usage
Do not install/use the TV set in locations,
environments or situations such as those
listed below, or the TV set may malfunction
Leave at least this space around the and cause a fire, electrical shock, damage
set. and/or injuries.
• To ensure proper ventilation and prevent Location:
KLV-26NX400 the collection of dirt or dust:
Outdoors (in direct sunlight), at the seashore,
– Do not lay the TV set flat, install
on a ship or other vessel, inside a vehicle, in
upside down, backwards, or sideways.
medical institutions, unstable locations, near
– Do not place the TV set on a shelf, rug,
water, rain, moisture or smoke.
bed or in a closet.
– Do not cover the TV set with a cloth,
such as curtains, or items such as
newspapers, etc.

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Environment: Optional Equipment


Places that are hot, humid, or excessively
dusty; where insects may enter; where it Precautions Keep optional components or any equipment
emitting electromagnetic radiation away
might be exposed to mechanical vibration, from the TV set. Otherwise picture distortion
near flammable objects (candles, etc). The Viewing the TV and/or noisy sound may occur.
TV set shall not be exposed to dripping or • View the TV in moderate light, as
splashing and no objects filled with liquids, viewing the TV in poor light or during (Caution about handling the
such as vases, shall be placed on the TV. long period of time, strains your eyes. remote control)
Situation:
• When using headphones, adjust the Notes
volume so as to avoid excessive levels, as
Do not use when your hands are wet, with the • Observe the correct polarity when
hearing damage may result.
cabinet removed, or with attachments not inserting batteries.
recommended by the manufacturer. LCD Screen • Do not use different types of batteries
Disconnect the TV set from AC power outlet together or mix old and new batteries.
• Although the LCD screen is made with
and antenna during lightning storms. • Dispose of batteries in an
high-precision technology and 99.99% or
environmentally friendly way. Certain
more of the pixels are effective, black dots
Broken pieces: may appear or bright points of light (red,
regions may regulate the disposal of
• Do not throw anything at the TV set. The batteries. Please consult your local
blue, or green) may appear constantly on
screen glass may break by the impact and authority.
the LCD screen. This is a structural
cause serious injury. • Handle the remote with care. Do not drop
property of the LCD screen and is not a
• If the surface of the TV set cracks, do not or step on it, or spill liquid of any kind
malfunction.
touch it until you have unplugged the AC onto it.
• Do not push or scratch the front filter, or
power cord. Otherwise electric shock may • Do not place the remote in a location near
place objects on top of this TV set. The
result. a heat source, a place subject to direct
image may be uneven or the LCD screen
sunlight, or a damp room.
may be damaged.
When not in use • If this TV set is used in a cold place, a
smear may occur in the picture or the
• If you will not be using the TV set for
picture may become dark. This does not
several days, the TV set should be
indicate a failure. These phenomena
disconnected from the AC power for
disappear as the temperature rises.
environmental and safety reasons.
• Ghosting may occur when still pictures
• As the TV set is not disconnected from the
are displayed continuously. It may
AC power when the TV set is just turned
disappear after a few moments.
off, pull the plug from the AC power
• The screen and cabinet get warm when
outlet to disconnect the TV set
this TV set is in use. This is not a
completely.
malfunction.
• However, some TV sets may have
• The LCD screen contains a small amount
features that require the TV set to be left
of liquid crystal. Some fluorescent tubes
in standby to work correctly.
used in this TV set also contain mercury.
Follow your local ordinances and
For children regulations for disposal.
• Do not allow children to climb on the TV
set. Handling and cleaning the
• Keep small accessories out of thereach of screen surface/cabinet of the
children, so that they are not mistakenly TV set
swallowed. Be sure to unplug the AC power cord
connected to the TV set from AC power
If the following problems outlet before cleaning.
To avoid material degradation or screen
occur... coating degradation, observe the following
Turn off the TV set and unplug the AC precautions.
power cord immediately if any of the • To remove dust from the screen surface/
following problems occur. cabinet, wipe gently with a soft cloth. If
Ask your dealer or Sony service centre to dust is persistent, wipe with a soft cloth
have it checked by qualified service slightly moistened with a diluted mild
personnel. detergent solution.
• Do not spray water or detergent directly
When: on the TV set. It may drip to the bottom of
– AC power cord is damaged. the screen or exterior parts, and may cause
– Poor fitting of AC power outlet. a malfunction.
– TV set is damaged by being dropped, hit • Never use any type of abrasive pad,
or having something thrown at it. alkaline/acid cleaner, scouring powder, or
– Any liquid or solid object falls through volatile solvent, such as alcohol, benzene,
openings in the cabinet. thinner or insecticide. Using such
materials or maintaining prolonged
About LCD Monitor contact with rubber or vinyl materials
may result in damage to the screen surface
Temperature and cabinet material.
When the LCD Monitor is used for an • Periodic vacuuming of the ventilation
extended period, the panel surrounds become openings is recommended to ensure to
warm. You may feel hot when touching there proper ventilation.
by the hand. • When adjusting the angle of the TV set,
move it slowly so as to prevent the TV set
from moving or slipping off from its table
stand.

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Operating the TV

Overview of the remote


1 "/1 – TV standby
Press to turn the TV on or to switch to standby mode.
2 BRAVIA Sync
N/x/m/M/./>: You can operate the BRAVIA Sync-compatible
equipment that is connected to the TV. Some other buttons on the remote control
may also operate BRAVIA Sync equipment.
SYNC MENU: Press to display the BRAVIA Sync Menu and then select
connected HDMI equipment from “HDMI Device Selection”.
The following options can be selected from BRAVIA Sync Menu:
“Device Control”: Use the “Device Control” menu to operate equipment that is
compatible with Control for HDMI. Select options from “Home (Menu)”,
“Options” and “Content List” to operate the equipment.
“Speaker”: Selects “TV Speaker” or “Audio System” to output the TV’s sound
from the TV speakers or connected audio equipment.
“TV Control”: Use the “TV Control” menu to operate the TV from the “MENU”
or “TOOLS” menu.
“Return to TV”: Selects this option to return to TV programme.
THEATRE: You can set Theatre mode to on or off. When Theatre mode is set to
on, the optimum sound quality (if the TV is connected with an audio system using
an HDMI cable) and picture quality for film-based contents are automatically set.
• If you turn the TV off, Theatre mode is also turned off.
• When you change the “Scene Select” setting, Theatre mode turns off
automatically.
• “Control for HDMI” (BRAVIA Sync) is only available with theconnected Sony
equipment that has the BRAVIA Sync or BRAVIA Theatre Sync logo or is
compatible with Control for HDMI.
3 – Wide Mode
Changes the picture size. Press repeatedly to select the desired wide mode
(page 11).
4 – Favourite list
Press to display or exit the Favourite list that you have specified. You can store up
to 10 channels and/or external inputs in your Favourite list.
z • The number 5, N,
5 / – Info / Text reveal
PROG + and AUDIO • Displays information. Press once to display information about the programme/
buttons have tactile dots. input you are viewing. Press again to remove the display from the screen.
Use the tactile dots as • In Text mode: Reveals hidden information (e.g. answers to a quiz).
references when operating 6 F/f/G/g/ – Item select / Enter
the TV. • Selects or adjusts items.
• Confirms selected items.
• When playing a photo file: Press G to select the previous file. Press g to select
the next file.
When playing a music/video file: Press to pause/start the playback. Press and
hold G/g to fast forward/fast reverse, then release the button at the point where
you want to resume playback. Press F to start playback from the beginning of
the current file. Press f to go to the next file.
7 TOOLS
Press to display a list that contains shortcuts to some setting menus.
The listed options vary depending on the current input and content.
8 MENU
Displays or cancels the menu.
9 Coloured buttons
When the coloured buttons are available, an operation guide appears on the screen.
q; Number buttons
• Selects channels. For channel numbers 10 and above, enter the next digit
quickly (page 22).
• In Text mode: Enters the three digit page number to select the page.
qa – Previous channel
Returns to the previous channel or input watched (for more than 15 seconds).
qs AUDIO – Dual Sound (page 20)
qd PROG +/–/ /
• Selects the next (+) or previous (–) channel.
• In Text mode: Selects the next ( ) or previous ( ) page.
qf 2 +/– – Volume
Adjusts volume.

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Rear of Remote Control qg % – Mute


Press to mute the sound. Press again to restore the sound.
qh / – Text
In Text mode: Displays Text broadcast.
Each time you press /, the display changes cyclically as follows:
Text t Text over the TV picture (mix mode) t No Text (exit the Text service)
qj RETURN
• Returns to the previous screen of any displayed menu.
• When playing a photo/music/video file: Press to stop the playback (the display
returns to the file or thumbnail view).
qk SCENE – Scene Select mode
Press to display the “Scene Select” menu. When you select the desired scene
option, the optimum sound and picture quality for selected scene are automatically
set. The options you can select may vary. Unavailable options are greyed out.
“Cinema”: Delivers theatre-like picture and dynamic sound.
“Sports”: Delivers realistic picture with surround sound like in a stadium.
“Photo”: Delivers picture that reproduces the texture and colour of a printed

Operating the TV
photo.
“Music”: Delivers dynamic and clear sound effects like at a concert.
“Game”: Delivers the best picture and sound quality for fullest game playing
enjoyment.
“Graphics”: Delivers clearer detailed pictures to reduce fatigue for prolonged
viewing.
“General”: Current user settings.
“Auto”: Delivers optimum picture and sound quality which is automatically set
according to input source. There may not be any effect depending on the connected
equipments.
• When you set Theatre mode (page 10) to on, the “Scene Select” setting switches
to “Cinema” automatically.
ql – Twin Picture / PIP (page 15)
w; a – TV mode
Exit Text mode, or switches to a TV display when displaying external input.
wa / – Input select / Text hold
• Displays the connected equipment list and selects the input source (page 14).
• In Text mode: Holds the current page.
ws "/1 – TV standby
Press to turn the TV on or to switch to standby mode.
Available models: KLV-55/46/40/32EX500/KLV-40/32NX500/KLV-32/
26NX400

To change the Wide Mode

For TV, Video, Component or HDMI (except For PC or HDMI PC Input (PC timing)
PC input)
Wide Zoom* Enlarges the centre portion of the Normal Displays the picture in its original
picture. The left and right edges of pixel size. Bars are shown at the top,
the picture are stretched to fill the bottom, and both sides for small
16:9 screen. picture.
Normal Displays the 4:3 picture in its original Full 1 Stretches the original picture to fill
size. Side bars are shown to fill the the screen vertically, keeping its
16:9 screen. original horizontal-to-vertical aspect
ratio.
Full Stretches the 4:3 picture horizontally
to fill the 16:9 screen. Full 2 Stretches the Full 1 picture
horizontally to fill the 16:9 screen.

Zoom* Displays cinemascopic (letter box


format) broadcasts in the correct
• Some options may not be available depending on the
proportions. PC input signal.

* Parts of the top and bottom of the picture may be cut off.
• You cannot select “Normal” for HD signal source
pictures.

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Overview of the TV buttons and indicators


1 1 – Power
Press to turn the TV on or to switch to standby mode.
• To disconnect the TV from the AC power
completely, pull the plug from the AC power
outlet.
PROG
2 PROG +/–/ /
• Selects the next (+) or previous (–) channel.
• In TV menu: Moves through the options up ( ) or
down ( ).
3 2 +/–/ /
• Increases (+) or decreases (–) the volume.
• In TV menu: Moves through the options right ( )
or left ( ).
4 / – Input select / Enter
• Displays the connected equipment list and selects
the input source (page 14).
• In TV menu: Selects the menu or option, and
confirms the setting.
5
Displays or cancels the menu.
6 – Remote sensor
Receives IR signals from the remote.
7 / – Picture Off / Timer indicator
• Lights up in green when you select “Picture Off”
(page 25).
• Lights up in amber when you set the timer
(page 24) or “Picture Frame” (page 17).
8 1 – Standby indicator
Lights up in red when the TV is in standby mode.
9 " – Power indicator
• Lights up in green when the TV is turned on.
• Flashes while the remote is being operated.

• Make sure that the TV is completely turned off before


unplugging the AC power cord. Unplugging the AC
power cord while the TV is turned on may cause the
indicator to remain lit or may cause the TV to
malfunction.

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Using Optional Equipment

Connecting optional equipment


You can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV.

Video game DVD


equipment player VCR

Using Optional Equipment


PC

S VHS/
Hi8/DVC
camcorder

Digital still
camera
Camcorder
USB storage
media
Headphones

For service
use only

DVD player Home Audio Camcorder DVD PC Blu-ray


with theatre system player (HDMI- Disc
component system with output) player
output HDMI
output

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Viewing pictures from the connected equipment


Turn on the connected equipment, then press / to display the connected equipment list. Press F/f to select
the desired input source, then press . (The highlighted item is selected if 2 seconds pass without any operation
after pressing F/f.) When the input source is set to “Skip” in the “Video Labels” under the “AV Set-up” menu
(page 24), that input is greyed out in the list.
z • Press / on the TV to display the connected equipment list and select the desired input source. You can also press
F/f to select the desired input source. Then wait for 2 seconds to display the selected input source.

Jacks/ Description
Input symbol on screen
AE 1 or 2, and Connect to the video jack 1 or 2, and the audio jacks 1 or 2. If you
1 or 2 connect mono equipment, connect to the L(MONO) jack 1 or 2.
When using the video jack 1 and audio jack 1 as output jacks, select
Video 1 or “Output” in the “Video 1 Input/Output” menu (page 24).
Video 2 Connect to the video output jack 1 to record the image from the TV. Connect
to the audio output jacks 1 to record the sound from the TV on DVD recorder
or VCR. To turn off the sound of the TV speakers, set “Speaker” to “Audio
System” (page 20).
• The monitor output jacks cannot support Component, HDMI and PC signals source
pictures, also digital audio signal for sound.

B / or 3 Connect to the component jacks and the audio jacks / . For better picture
quality, component connection is recommended if your DVD player has a
Component or component video output. When using the component video jack as the video
Video 3 jack 3, select “Video 3” in the “Video 3/Component Input” menu (page 24).
• You cannot use the component video jack and the video jack 3 at the same
time.

C HDMI IN 1, 2, 3 or 4 Connect to the HDMI IN 1, 2, 3 or 4 jack if the equipment has an HDMI jack. The
digital video and audio signals are input from the equipment.
HDMI 1 or In addition, when you connect the equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI 2 or HDMI, communication with the connected equipment is supported. See page 24 to
HDMI 3 or set up this communication.
HDMI 4 If the equipment has a DVI jack, connect the DVI jack to the HDMI IN 2 jack
through a DVI - HDMI adaptor interface (not supplied), and connect the
equipment’s audio out jack to the PC/HDMI 2 AUDIO IN jack in the PC IN jacks
(the PC/HDMI 2 AUDIO IN jack is used as the audio in jack for both the PC IN
and HDMI IN 2 jacks).
• The HDMI jacks only support the following video inputs: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p,
720p, 1080i, 1080p and 1080/24p.
• The HDMI jacks can support PC timing in HDMI PC mode. See page 21 for supported
PC input signal.
• Be sure to use only an authorized HDMI cable bearing the HDMI logo. We
recommend that you use a Sony HDMI cable (high speed type).

D PC IN / Connect to the PC IN jack and the audio jack . It is recommended to use a


PC cable with ferrite core.
PC
F You can enjoy photo/music/video files stored in a Sony digital still camera,
camcorder or USB storage device (page 16).
Gi Connect to the i jack to listen to sound from the TV on headphones.

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Viewing Twin Picture Viewing PIP (Picture in


Picture)
You can view two pictures (in Component and HDMI You can view two pictures (in PC input mode) on the
input mode) on the screen simultaneously. screen simultaneously.
Connect the optional equipment (page 13), and make Connect a PC (page 13), and make sure that images
sure that images from the equipment appear on the from a PC appear on the screen (page 14).
screen (page 14). 1 Press .
1 Press . Two pictures are displayed simultaneously.
Two pictures are displayed simultaneously. Sub Window
(Location of
the sub
Main window can
Left Window be moved by
Window Right Window pressing
F/f/G/g.)

Using Optional Equipment


Twin Picture Availability PIP Availability
In Left Window In Right Window In Main Window In Sub Window
Component PC TV programme
TV programme or
HDMI 1/2/3/4 (except PC HDMI 1/2/3/4 (PC timing) or Video 1/2/3
Video 1/2/3
input mode)
2 In sub window, you can select the TV
2 Press G/g to select active picture. channel or video input by pressing TOOLS
3 In right window, you can select the TV and select “Sub window”.
channel or video input by pressing TOOLS To return to single picture mode
and select “Sub window”. Press , RETURN or select “Single Picture”
from Tools menu.
To return to single picture mode
Press , , RETURN or select “Single Picture” • You cannot display resolutions higher than your TV’s
display resolution (Back cover).
from Tools menu. • In PIP mode, as picture size reduced, this may
• You cannot use the component video jack and decrease picture smoothness.
the video jack 3 at the same time. z • You can switch the audible picture by selecting
• You cannot change the size of the pictures. “Audio Swap” from the Tools menu.
• In Twin Picture mode, as picture size reduced, this • You can also use the PIP feature by selecting “PIP”
may decrease picture smoothness. from the Tools menu.
z • The highlighted picture is audible. You can switch the
audible picture by pressing G/g.
• You can also use the Twin Picture eature
f by selecting
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Using MENU Functions

Navigating through menus


The MENU button allows you to access a variety of TV settings and USB media
MENU
files.
Photo
Music 1 Press MENU on the TV or remote.
Video
Settings
2 Press F/f to select an option, then press .

Exit
3 Follow the instructions on the screen.
4 To exit the menu, press MENU.

Menu Description
1 Photo You can enjoy photo files via USB devices (page 16).
2 Music You can enjoy music files via USB devices (page 16).
3 Video You can enjoy video files via USB devices (page 16).
4 Settings Displays the “Settings” menu where most of the advanced settings and adjustments are
performed. For details about settings, see page 18 to 25.

Playing back photo/music/video via USB


You can enjoy photo/music/video files stored in a Sony digital still camera or camcorder through a USB cable or
USB storage device on your TV.
1 Connect a supported USB device to the TV.
2 Press MENU.
3 Press F/f to select “Photo”, “Music” or “Video”.
4 The thumbnail view of file or folder appears.
If more than one USB device is detected, select “Device Selection” from the list of available
options and press , then press F/f/G/g to select a USB device and press .
5 Press F/f/G/g to select a file or folder, then press .
When you select a folder, select a file, then press .
Playback starts.
Photo Thumbnail View Auto Display
Allows you to enjoy the feature of “USB Auto Start” (page 23).
• While the TV is accessing the data on the USB device, observe the following:
– Do not turn off the TV or connected USB device.
– Do not disconnect the USB cable.
– Do not remove the USB device.
The data on the USB device may be damaged.
• Sony will not be held liable for any damage to, or loss of, data on the recording media due to a malfunction of any
connected devices or the TV.
• USB playback is supported for the following photo file formats:
– JPEG (JPEG format files with the extension “.jpg” and conforming to DCF 2.0 or EXIF 2.21)
• USB playback is supported for the following music file format:
– MP3 (files with the extension “.mp3” that have not been copyrighted)
• USB playback is supported for the following video file format:
– MPEG1
– MPEG2
• The file name and folder name may not display correctly in some cases.
• When you connect a Sony digital still camera, set the camera’s USB connection mode to Auto or Mass Storage. For more
information about USB connection mode, refer to the instructions supplied with your digital camera.

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• Check the website below for updated information about compatible USB devices.
http://www.sony-asia.com/bravia/flash.html
• Use a USB storage device that is compliant with USB mass storage device class standards.

To display a photo — Picture Frame


You can display a photo on the screen for a selected period of time. After that period, the TV automatically switches
itself into standby mode.
1 Select a photo.
See “Playing back photo/music/video via USB” (page 16) .
2 Press TOOLS while the selected photo is displayed, then press F/f to select “Picture Frame
Image” and press .
3 Press RETURN to return to the thumbnail view.
4 Press G/F/f to select “Picture Frame”, then press .
The TV is switched to Picture Frame mode, and the selected photo is displayed on the screen.
To set the duration of displaying a photo
Press TOOLS, then select “Duration” and press . Then, select the duration, and press .
The duration appears on the screen.

Using MENU Functions


To return to the thumbnail view
Press MENU or RETURN.
• If the photo is selected from a USB device, it must remain connected to the TV.
• If “Sleep Timer” is activated, the TV will automatically switch into standby mode.

Using BRAVIA Sync with Control for HDMI


The Control for HDMI function enables the TV to communicate with the connected equipment that is compatible
with the function, using HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control). For example, by connecting Sony equipment
that is compatible with Control for HDMI (with HDMI cables), you can control them together.
Be sure to connect the equipment correctly, and make the necessary settings.

Control for HDMI


• Automatically turns the connected equipment off when you switch the TV to standby mode using the remote.
• Automatically turns the TV on and switches the input to the connected equipment when the equipment starts to
play.
• If you turn on a connected audio system while the TV is on, the sound output switches from the TV speaker to
the audio system.
• Adjusts the volume (2+/–) and mutes the sound (%) of a connected audio system.
• You can operate the connected Sony equipment that has the BRAVIA Sync logo by the TV remote. Possible
operations with BRAVIA Sync buttons, see page 10.
– Refer to the instruction manual of the equipment for available control.
• If “Control for HDMI” of the TV is set to “On”, “Control for HDMI” of the connected equipment is also
automatically switched to “On”.

To make the Control for HDMI settings


The Control for HDMI settings must be set on both the TV side and connected equipment side. See “HDMI Set-up”
(page 24) for the TV side settings. For settings on the connected equipment, refer to its operating instructions.

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Settings adjustment
• The options you can adjust vary depending on the situation. Unavailable options are greyed out or not displayed.

Picture

Picture Mode Sets a picture mode. The options that can be selected differ depending on the “Scene
Select” settings.
“Vivid”: Enhances picture contrast and sharpness.
“Standard”: For standard pictures. Recommended for home entertainment.
“Custom”: Allows you to store your preferred settings.
“Game-Standard”: Select for standard picture suitable for games.
“Game-Original”: Select to adjust the game picture according to your preference.
Reset Resets all the “Picture” settings except “Picture Mode”, “Ambient Sensor” and
“Intelligent Picture Plus Set-up” to the factory settings.
Backlight Adjusts the brightness of the backlight.
Picture Increases or decreases picture contrast.
Brightness Brightens or darkens the picture.
Colour Increases or decreases colour intensity.
Hue Increases or decreases the green tones and red tones.
• When viewing TV programme or video input, “Hue” is only available for NTSC colour
system.
Colour Temperature Adjusts the whiteness of the picture.
“Cool”: Gives the white colours a blue tint.
“Neutral”: Gives the white colours a neutral tint.
“Warm 1”/“Warm 2”: Gives the white colours a red tint. “Warm 2” gives a redder tint
than “Warm 1”.
• “Warm 1” and “Warm 2” are not available when “Picture Mode” is set to “Vivid”.
Sharpness Sharpens or softens the picture.
Noise Reduction Reduces the picture noise (snowy picture) in a weak broadcast signal.
MPEG Noise Reduces the picture noise in MPEG-compressed video.
Reduction
Motionflow Provides smoother picture movement and reduces picture blur.
(For KLV-55/46/40/ “High”: Provides smoother picture movement such as for film-based contents.
32EX500) “Standard”: Provides smooth picture movement. Use this setting for standard use.
“Off”: Use this setting when the “High” or “Standard” settings result in noise.
• Depending on the video, you may not see the effect visually, even if you have changed the
setting.
Cinema Drive Provides improved picture movement when playing BD (Blu-ray Disc), DVD or VCR
images taken on film, reducing picture blur and graininess. Select “Auto” or “Auto 1”
to represent original film-based content as is, or “Auto 2” for standard use. (Setting
items vary depending on the TV model.)
• If the image contains irregular signals or too much noise, “Cinema Drive” is automatically
turned off even if “Auto”, “Auto 1” or “Auto 2” is selected.

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Advanced Settings Allows you to set “Picture”settings in more detail. These settings are not available when
“Picture Mode” is set to “Vivid”.
“Reset”: Resets all the advanced settings except “White Balance” to the factory settings.
“Adv. Contrast Enhancer”: Automatically adjusts “Backlight” and “Picture” to the
most suitable settings judging from the brightness of the screen. This setting is
especially effective for dark images scenes, and will increase the contrast distinction of
the darker picture scenes.
“Black Corrector”: Enhances black areas of the picture for stronger contrast.
“Gamma”: Adjusts the balance between bright and dark areas of the picture.
“Clear White”: Emphasises white colours.
“Live Colour”: Makes colours more vivid.
“White Balance”: Adjusts the temperature of each colour.
Ambient Sensor Automatically optimises colour temperature and brightness of the picture according to
ambient light.
Intelligent Picture “Intelligent Picture Plus”
Plus Set-up Allows you to improve the picture when viewing TV programme or video input. The
options that can be selected differ depending on the “Scene Select” settings.
“Signal Level Indicator”

Using MENU Functions


Turns on/off the “Signal Level Indicator” feature. When “On” is selected, the signal
level bar will be displayed when you select a channel or video input.
“Picture Optimisation”
Allows you to enhance the picture to your preferred settings.
“Crisp”: For a sharper image with more visible noise.
“Smooth”: For a softer image with less visible noise.

Sound

Sound Mode Sets a sound mode. The options that can be selected differ depending on the “Scene
Select” settings.
“Dynamic”: Enhances treble and bass. Recommended for home entertainment.
“Standard”: For standard sound.
“Clear Voice”: Makes voice sound clearer.
Reset Resets all the “Sound” settings except “Sound Mode”, “Dual Sound”, “Speaker” and
“Audio Out” to the factory settings.
7 Band Equalizer Adjusts sound frequency settings.
Press G/g to select the desired sound frequency, then press F/f to adjust the setting and
press . The adjusted settings will be received when you select “Sound Mode” options.
Selecting “Reset” will set the “7 Band Equalizer” to original settings.
• Adjusting higher frequency will affect higher pitched sound and adjusting lower frequency
will affect lower pitched sound.
Balance Emphasises left or right speaker balance.
Intelligent Volume Minimizes the difference in volume level between all programmes and adverts (e.g.
adverts tend to be louder than programmes).
Volume Offset Adjusts the volume level of the current input relative to other inputs.
Surround Allows you to select the suitable surround effects depending on the genre of TV programme
(movie, sport, music, etc.) or video game.
The options that can be selected differ depending on the “Scene Select” settings.
“On”: Delivers surround effects that help you enjoy the virtual two-ch surround audio
with just the two internal TV speakers.
“Simulated Stereo”: Adds a surround-like effect to mono programmes.
“Cinema”: Delivers surround effects just like the high-grade audio systems found in
movie theatres.

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“Music”: Delivers surround effects that make you feel like you aresurrounded by sound
as in a music hall.
“Sports”: Delivers surround effects that make you feel like you are watching a live
sports contest.
“Game”: Delivers surround effects that enhance game sound.
“Off”: Converts and reproduces multi-ch audio to 2ch audio. In the case of other audio
formats, the original audio is reproduced.
Dual Sound Sets the sound from the speaker for a stereo or bilingual broadcast.
“Stereo”/“Mono”: For stereo broadcasts.
“Main”/“Sub”/“Mono”: For bilingual broadcasts, select “Main” for sound channel 1,
“Sub” for sound channel 2, or “Mono” for mono channel, if available.
• If the signal is very weak, the sound becomes monaural automatically.
• If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a NICAM programme, select “Mono”. The
sound becomes monaural, but the noise is reduced.
• The “Dual Sound” setting is memorised for each programme position.
• You cannot listen to stereo broadcast sound when “Mono” is selected.
z • If you select other equipment connected to the TV, set “Dual Sound” to “Stereo”, “Main”
or “Sub”. However, when the external equipment connected to the HDMI jack (except
HDMI 2) is selected, this is fixed to “Stereo”.
Speaker “TV Speaker”: Turns on and outputs the TV’s sound from the TV speakers.
“Audio System”: Turns off the TV speakers and outputs the TV’s sound from external
audio equipment connected to the audio output jacks on the TV.
You can also turn on the connected equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI, after making the appropriate settings of Control for HDMI.
Audio Out “Variable”: When using an external audio system, volume output from audio out can
be controlled using the TV’s remote.
“Fixed”: The audio output of the TV is fixed. Use your audio receiver’s volume control
to adjust the volume (and other audio settings) through your audio system.

Screen

Wide Mode For details about wide mode, see page 11.
Auto Wide Automatically changes the wide mode according to the input signal from an external
equipment. To keep your setting, select “Off”.
• “Auto Wide” is only available when watching programmes from video input, HDMI and
component input in format 480i or 576i.
z • Even if “Auto Wide” is set to “On” or “Off”, you can always modify the format of the
screen by pressing repeatedly.
4:3 Default Selects the default screen mode for use with 4:3 broadcasts.
“Wide Zoom”: Enlarges the 4:3 picture to fill the 16:9 screen, keeping the original
image as much as possible.
“Normal”: Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts in the correct proportions.
“Off”: Keeps the current “Wide Mode” setting when the channel or input is changed.
Auto Display Area “On”: Automatically adjusts the display area based upon the content.
“Off”: Turns off the “Auto Display Area”. Choose one from the “Display Area”
options.
Display Area Adjusts the picture display area.
“Full Pixel”: Displays the picture for 1080/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/50p and 1080/60p
sources (HDMI or component input only) or 1080/24p sources (HDMI input only) in
the original size. (Available depending on the TV model.)
“+1”: Displays pictures in their original size.
“Normal”: Displays pictures in their recommended size.
“-1”: Enlarges the picture so that the edges are outside the visible display area.
Horizontal Shift Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture when “Wide Mode” is set to “Wide Zoom”
or “Zoom”.
Vertical Shift Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when “Wide Mode” is set to “Wide Zoom”
or “Zoom”.

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PC Settings “Wide Mode”


Selects a screen mode for displaying input from your PC, see page 11.
“Reset”
Resets all the “PC Settings” except “Wide Mode” to the factory settings.
“Auto Adjustment”
Automatically adjusts the display position, phase and pitch of the picture when the TV
receives an input signal from the connected PC.
z • “Auto Adjustment” may not work well with certain input signals. In such cases, manually
adjust “Phase”, “Pitch”, “Horizontal Shift” and “Vertical Shift”.
“Phase”
Adjusts the phase when the screen flickers.
“Pitch”
Adjusts the pitch when the picture has unwanted vertical stripes.
“Horizontal Shift”
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
“Vertical Shift”
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.

Using MENU Functions


PC input signal reference chart for PC and HDMI IN 1, 2, 3, 4

Resolution Horizontal Vertical


frequency frequency Standard
Signals Horizontal (Pixel) × Vertical (Line) (kHz) (Hz)
VGA 640 × 480 31.5 60 VESA
640 × 480 37.5 75 VESA
720 × 400 31.5 70 VESA
SVGA 800 × 600 37.9 60 VESA
800 × 600 46.9 75 VESA
XGA 1024 × 768 48.4 60 VESA
1024 × 768 56.5 70 VESA
1024 × 768 60.0 75 VESA
WXGA 1280 × 720 45.0 60 EIA
1280 × 768 47.4 60 VESA
1280 × 768 47.8 60 VESA
1280 × 960 60.0 60 VESA
1360 × 768 47.7 60 VESA
SXGA** 1280 × 1024 64.0 60 VESA
HDTV** 1920 × 1080 66.6 60 VESA*
1920 × 1080 67.5 60 EIA*
* 1080p timing when applied to the HDMI input will be treated as a video timing and not a PC timing. This affects the “Screen”
menu settings.
**You cannot display resolutions higher than your TV’s display resolution (Back cover).
• This TV’s PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync.
• This TV’s PC input does not support interlaced signals.
• If input signal is not shown in above chart, then this signal may not be displayed properly or cannot be displayed according
to your settings.
z • For the best picture quality, it is recommended to use the signals (boldfaced) in the above chart with a 60 Hz vertical
frequency from a personal computer. In plug and play, signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be selected
automatically.

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Channel Set-up

1 Digit Direct When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you can select a channel using one preset number
button (0 - 9) on the remote.
• When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you cannot select channel numbers 10 and above
entering next digit using the remote.
Auto Tuning Tunes in all the available channels. This option allows you to retune the TV after moving
house, or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters.
Programme Sorting Changes the order in which the channels are stored on the TV.
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to move to a new position, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the new position for your channel, then press .
Programme Labels Assigns a channel name of your choice up to seven letters or numbers.
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to name, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the desired letter or number (“_” for a blank space), then press
g.
If you input a wrong character
Press G/g to select the wrong character. Then, press F/f to select the correct
character.
To delete all the characters
Select “Reset”, then press .
3 Repeat the procedure in step 2 until the name is completed, then press .
Manual Programme Before selecting “Label”/“AFT”/“Audio Filter”/“Skip”/“Colour System”/“Signal
Preset Booster”, press PROG +/– to select the programme number with the channel. You
cannot select a programme number that is set to “Skip” (page 23).
“Programme”/“TV System”/“VHF/UHF”
Presets programme channels manually.
1 Select “Programme”, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the programme number you want to manually tune (if tuning a
VCR, select channel 0), then press RETURN.
3 Press F/f to select “TV System”, then press .
4 Press F/f to select your TV broadcast systems, then press .
5 Press F/f to go to the frequency range indication (“VHF Low”, “VHF High” or
“UHF”), then press .
6 Tune the channels as follows:
Press G/g to search for the next available channel. When a channel has been found,
the search will stop. To continue searching, press G/g.
Repeat the procedure above to preset other channels manually.
“Label”
Assigns a name of your choice, up to seven letters or numbers, to the selected channel.
To input characters:
1 Press F/f to select the desired letter or number (“_” for a blank space), then press
g.
If you input a wrong character
Press G/g to select the wrong character. Then, press F/f to select the correct
character.
2 Repeat the procedure in step 1 until the name is completed, then press .
“AFT”
Allows you to fine-tune the selected channel manually. When “On” is selected, the fine
tuning is performed automatically.

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“Audio Filter”
Improves the sound of individual channels when distortion occurs in mono broadcasts
in TV system “B/G”, “I” and “D/K”.
• You cannot receive stereo or dual sound when “High” is selected.
“Skip”
Skips unused channels when you press PROG +/– to select channels. (You can still
select a skipped channel using the number buttons.)
“Colour System”
Selects the colour system (“Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”, “NTSC3.58”, “NTSC4.43” or
“PAL60”) according to the channel.
“Signal Booster” (Intelligent Signal Booster)
Improves the picture quality if the TV signal is too strong or weak.
Press F/f to select either “Off” if the signal is too strong (picture distorted; picture with
lines; signal interference) or “Auto” if the signal is weak (snowy picture), then press .
“Signal Level”
Displays the signal level for programme currently being watched.

Using MENU Functions


red amber green
(weak) (average) (good)

Parental Lock

PIN Code Allows you to set up TV to block channel or external input. Use 0-9 on the remote to
enter a four-digit PIN code.
Change PIN Code Selects to change your PIN code.
Programme Block Blocks an individual channel from being watched.
To view a blocked channel, select “Unblocked”.
External Input Lock Locks an external input from being watched.
To view a blocked external input, select “Unblocked”.
• Entering the correct PIN code for blocked channel or external input will temporarily deactivates the “Parental Lock” feature.
To reactivate the “Parental Lock” settings, turn off and on the TV.
z • If you lost your PIN code, see page 30.

Set-up

USB Auto Start Automatically enter photo thumbnail view when the TV is turned on and a digital still
camera or other device storing photo files is connected to the USB port then turned on.
Favourites Allows you to set your favourite channels and/or external input by assigning the desired
channel numbers and/or external input.
To watch a channel or external input
Press F/f to select the channel number or external input, then press .
To turn off the Favourite list
Press RETURN to return to the previous screen.
Add a current channel or external input to the Favourite list
Press F/f to select “Add to Favourites”, then press .
• When you continue to add items beyond the 10th item, the bottom item in the list will be
automatically removed from the Favourite list.

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Timer Settings Sets the timer to turn on/off the TV.


“Sleep Timer”
Sets the TV to automatically switch to standby mode after a certain amount of time.
z • If you turn off the TV and turn it on again, “Sleep Timer” is reset to “Off”.

“On Timer”
Sets the TV to automatically turn on from standby mode.
“Clock Set”
Allows you to adjust the clock manually.
• “Clock Set” will automatically reset when you turn off the AC power.

• When the “Sleep Timer” or “On Timer” is activated, the (Timer) indicator on the TV
front panel lights up in amber.
AV Set-up “Video Labels”
Assigns a name to any equipment connected to the side and rear jacks. The name will
be displayed briefly on the screen when the equipment is selected.
1 Press F/f to select the desired input source, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the desired option below, then press .
Equipment labels: Uses one of the preset labels to assign a name to connected
equipment.
“Edit”: Creates your own label. Follow steps 2 to 3 of “Programme Labels”
(page 22).
“Skip”: Skips an unnecessary input source.
“Colour System”
Selects the colour system (“Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”, “NTSC3.58”, “NTSC4.43” or
“PAL60”) according to the composite video signal from the input source.
“Video 1 Input/Output”
Switches the video jack 1 and audio jack 1 between input and output modes.
When set to “Output”, outputs whatever is being viewed on the screen (except signals
from the / , HDMI IN 1, 2, 3 or 4 and / PC IN jacks).
“Video 3/Component Input”
Select “Auto” to have the TV detect and switch between the component video jack
or the video jack 3 when component video jack or video jack 3 is
connected.
• You cannot use the component video jack and the video jack 3 at the same time.
HDMI Set-up Allows the TV to communicate with equipment that is compatible with the Control for
HDMI function, and connected to the HDMI jacks of the TV. Note that communication
settings must also be made on the connected equipment.
“Control for HDMI”
Sets whether or not to link the operations of the TV and the connected equipment that
is compatible with Control for HDMI. When set to “On”, the following functions are
available.
If the specific Sony equipment that is compatible with Control for HDMI is connected,
this setting is applied to the connected equipment automatically when the “Control for
HDMI” is set to “On” using the TV.
“Auto Devices Off”
When this is set to “On”, the connected equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI turns off when you turn off the TV by remote.
“Auto TV On”
When this is set to “On”, the TV turns on when you turn on the connected equipment
that is compatible with Control for HDMI.
“HDMI Device List”
Displays a list of connected equipment that is compatible with Control for HDMI.
Selects “Enable” to update the “HDMI Device List”.

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“Device Control Keys”


Select button functions of the TV’s remote control to operate the connected equipment.
“Normal”: For basic operations, such as navigation buttons (up, down, left or right,
etc).
“Tuning Keys”: For basic operations and operation of channel-related buttons, such as
PROG +/– or number buttons (0-9), etc. Useful when you control a tuner orset-top box,
etc; via the remote control.
“Menu Keys”: For basic operations and operation of the MENU/TOOLS buttons.
Useful when you select menus of a BD player, etc; via the remote control.
“Tuning and Menu Keys”: For basic operations and operation of channel-related
buttons and MENU/TOOLS buttons.

• You cannot use “Control for HDMI” if the TV operations are linked to the operations of an
audio system that is compatible with Control for HDMI.
• Some equipment with “Control for HDMI” does not support the “Device Control” feature.
Auto Start-up Starts the initial set-up procedure (page 6). This option allows you to retune the TV after
moving house, or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters.
Language Selects the language in which the menus are displayed.
Product Information Displays your TV’s product information.

Using MENU Functions


Factory Settings Resets all settings to factory settings. After completing this process, the initial set-up
screen is displayed.
• Be sure not to turn the TV off during this period (it takes about 30 seconds) or press any
buttons.

Eco

Power Saving Reduces power consumption of the TV by adjusting the backlight.


When you select “Picture Off”, the picture is switched off, and the (Picture Off)
indicator on the TV front panel lights up in green. The sound remains unchanged.
Idle TV Standby Turns the TV off after it has been kept idle for the preset length of time.

PC Power Switches the TV to standby mode when the TV receives no signal from the PC input
Management source for 30 seconds.

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Additional Information

Installing the accessories (Wall-Mount Bracket)

To Customers:
For product protection and safety reasons, Sony strongly recommends that installing of your TV be performed by
Sony dealers or licensed contractors. Do not attempt to install it yourself.

To Sony Dealers and Contractors:


Provide full attention to safety during the installation, periodic maintenance and examination of this product.

Your TV can be installed using the Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL500, SU-WL50B or SU-WL100 (sold separately).
• Refer to the Instructions supplied with the Wall-Mount Bracket to properly carry out the installation.
• Refer to “Detaching the stand from the TV” (page 7).
• Place the TV on the stand, when securing the Mounting Hook.

SU-WL100: SU-WL500: SU-WL50B:

Screw Screw
(+PSW (+PSW
4 × 12) 6 × 16) Screw
0
0

5
(+PSW
6 × 16)
01
5

01 51

51 02

02

Mounting Hook Square hole Mounting Hook Mounting Hook

Sufficient expertise is required for installing these products, especially to determine the strength of the wall for
withstanding the TV’s weight. Be sure to entrust the attachment of these products to the wall to Sony dealers or
licensed contractors and pay adequate attention to safety during the installation. Sony is not liable for any damage or
injury caused by mishandling or improper installation.

TV installation dimensions table

SU-WL100:
125

Screen centre point


Unit: mm

Display Screen centre Length for each mounting angle


Model name dimensions dimension Angle (0°) Angle (20°)
A B C D E F G H
KLV-26EX300 672 423 97 315 160 262 402 323

KLV-26NX400 683 436 97 318 156 264 413 328

KLV-22EX300 551 367 133 329 143 222 348 328

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SU-WL500:

Screen centre point

SU-WL50B:

a b c c b a

Screen centre point


Unit: mm

Additional Information
Display Screen centre Length for each mounting angle
dimensions dimension Angle (0°) Angle (20°)
Model name C D E F G H
A B SU- SU- SU- SU- SU- SU-
SU-WL500 only
WL500 WL50B WL500 WL50B WL500 WL50B
KLV-55EX500 1324 795 25 78 428 481 165 166 413 752 466

KLV-46EX500 1127 676 84 137 426 478 161 162 369 640 463

KLV-46EX400 1127 674 84 137 424 478 162 162 369 640 464

KLV-40EX500 992 599 122 175 426 479 159 160 341 567 463

KLV-40EX400 992 598 122 175 425 478 160 161 341 567 463

KLV-40NX500 1023 628 122 175 439 492 160 160 349 591 479

KLV-32EX500 800 497 172 200 497 454 156 157 303 470 461
KLV-32EX400/
800 497 172 200 426 454 157 158 303 470 461
KLV-32EX300
KLV-32NX500 825 517 172 200 432 429 156 157 309 488 471

KLV-32NX400 825 517 172 – 432 – 156 – 309 488 471

Figures in the above table may differ slightly depending on the installation.
WARNING
The wall that the TV will be installed on should be capable of supporting a weight of at least four times that of the
TV. Refer to “Specifications” for its weight.

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Screw and hook locations diagram/table

Screw location - When installing the Mounting Hook on the TV.

SU-WL500 SU-WL50B

Hook location - When installing the TV onto the Base Bracket.

SU-WL100 SU-WL500 SU-WL50B

a a a
b b
b c c

a b c c b a

Hook Base Bracket


a
b
c

c
b
a

Screw location Hook location


Model name
SU-WL500 SU-WL50B SU-WL500 SU-WL50B
KLV-55EX500 d, g d, i a
KLV-46/40EX500/
KLV-46/40EX400/ d, g d, i b
KLV-40NX500
KLV-32EX500/
KLV-32EX400/
e, g e, h c
KLV-32EX300/
KLV-32NX500
KLV-32NX400 e, g – c –
SU-WL100
KLV-26EX300/KLV-26NX400 a
KLV-22EX300 b

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Troubleshooting
Check whether the 1 (standby) indicator is Some tiny black points and/or bright points appear
flashing in red. on the screen
• The picture of a display unit is composed of pixels. Tiny
When it is flashing black points and/or bright points (pixels) on the screen do
The self-diagnosis function is activated. not indicate a malfunction.
1 Count how many times the 1 (standby) Picture contours are distorted
indicator flashes between each three second
• Change the current setting of “Cinema Drive” to other
break. settings (page 18).
For example, the indicator flashes three times, then
there is a three second break, followed by another three No colour on programmes
flashes, etc. • Select “Reset” (page 18).
2 Press 1 on the TV to turn it off, disconnect No colour or irregular colour when viewing a signal
the AC power cord, and inform your dealer or from the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of /
Sony service centre of how the indicator • Check the connection of the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of
flashes (number of flashes). / and check if each jacks are firmly seated in their
respective jacks.
When it is not flashing
1 Check the items listed below. No picture from the connected equipment appears
on the screen
2 If the problem still persists, have your TV
serviced by qualified service personnel. • Turn the connected equipment on.
• Check the cable connection.

Additional Information
• Press to display the connected equipment list, then
Picture select the desired input.
No picture (screen is dark) and no sound • Correctly insert the memory card or other storage device
in the digital still camera.
• Check the antenna/cable connection.
• Use a digital still camera memory card or other storage
• Connect the TV to the AC power outlet, and press 1 on
device that has beenformatted according to the instruction
the TV.
manual supplied with the digital still camera.
• If he
t 1 (standby) indicator lights up in red, press "/1.
• Operations are not guaranteed for all USB devices. Also,
No picture or no menu information from equipment operations differ depending on the features of the USB
connected to the video input jack appears on the device and the video being played.
screen Cannot select the connected equipment on the
• Press to display the connected equipment list, then menu or cannot switch the input
select the desired input. • Check the cable connection.
• Check the connection between the optional equipment and
the TV.
Sound
Double images or ghosting
No sound, but good picture
• Check the antenna/cable connection, location or direction.
• Press 2 +/– or % (Mute).
Only snow and noise appear on the screen • Check if the “Speaker” is set to “TV Speaker” (page 20).
• Check if the antenna is broken or bent. No sound or noisy sound
• Check if the antenna has reached the end of its serviceable
life (three to five years in normal use, one to two years at • Check if the TV system setting is appropriate (page 22).
the seaside).
Channels
Distorted picture (dotted lines or stripes)
• Keep the TV away from electrical noise sources such as Some channels are blank
cars, motorcycles, hair-dryers or optional equipment. • The channel is for scrambled/subscription service only.
• When installing optional equipment, leave some space Subscribe to a pay TV service.
between the optional equipment and the TV. • The channel is used only for data (no picture or sound).
• Check the antenna/cable connection. • Contact the broadcaster for transmission details.
• Keep the antenna cable away from other connecting
cables.
Picture or sound noise when viewing a TV channel
• Adjust “AFT” (Automatic Fine Tuning) to obtain better
picture reception (page 22).

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General
The TV turns off automatically (the TV enters
standby mode)
• Check if the “Sleep Timer” is activated, or confirm the
“Duration” setting of “On Timer” (page 24).
• Check if the “Idle TV Standby” is activated (page 25).
The TV turns on automatically
• Check if the “On Timer” is activated (page 24).
Some input sources cannot be selected
• Select “Video Labels” and cancel “Skip” of the input
source (page 24).
The remote does not function
• Replace the batteries.
HDMI equipment does not appear on “HDMI Device
List”
• Check that your equipment is compatible with Control for
HDMI.
Cannot select “Off” in “Control for HDMI”
• If you have connected any audio system that is compatible
with Control for HDMI, you cannot select “Off” in this
menu. To change the audio output to the TV speaker,
select “TV Speaker” in the “Speaker” menu (page 20).
Lost password
• Select the “PIN Code” settings on the “Parental Lock”
settings, then enter the following master password: 9999.
This password clears your previous password and allows
you to enter a new password (page 23).

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Additional Information

Specifications
KLV-32EX500
KLV-40EX500 KLV-32EX400
KLV-46EX500 KLV-26EX300
Model name KLV-55EX500 KLV-40EX400 KLV-32EX300 KLV-22EX300
KLV-46EX400 KLV-26NX400
KLV-40NX500 KLV-32NX500
KLV-32NX400
System
Panel system LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel
TV system B/G, I, D/K, M
Colour/video system PAL, PAL60 (only video input), SECAM, NTSC4.43 (only video input), NTSC3.58
Channel coverage B/G: VHF: E2 to E12/ UHF: E21 to E69/ CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
I: UHF: B21 to B69/ CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K: VHF: C1 to C12, R1 to R12/ UHF: C13 to C57, R21 to R60/ CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41, Z1 to Z39
M: VHF: A2 to A13/ UHF: A14 to A79/ CATV: A8 to A2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
Sound output 10 W + 10 W 8W+8W 5W+5W
Input/Output jacks
Antenna 75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF
1 Video input (phono jacks)/Monitor out
1 Audio input (phono jacks)/Monitor out
2 Video input (phono jack)
2 Audio input (phono jacks)

Additional Information
COMPONENT IN/ COMPONENT IN
3 Supported formats: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 0.3V negative sync/PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms/PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
3 Video input (phono jack)
COMPONENT IN Audio input (phono jacks)
HDMI IN 1, 2, 3, 4 Video: 1080/24p, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Audio: Two channel linear PCM: 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits
Analogue audio input (minijack) (HDMI IN 2 only)
PC Input (see page 21)
PC IN PC Input (D-sub 15-pin) (see page 21)
G: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green/B: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms/
R: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms/HD: 1-5 Vp-p/VD: 1-5 Vp-p
PC IN PC audio input (minijack)
USB port
i Headphones jack

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