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TPE1.0ULA
Model-Chassis relation
Related Model-Chassis Number(s)
The following models have been found for chassis: TPE1.0ULA
Please select one of the listed chassis to fetch its related documents.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

26MF231D/37
26MF231D/37B
32MF231D/37
32MF231D/37B
37MF231D/37

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7.
8.
9.
10.

37MF231D/37B
37MF231D/37E
37MF321D/37
37MF321D/37B
37MF331D/37

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12.
13.
14.
15.

37MF331D/37B
42MF521D/37
42MF521D/37B
42MF531D/37
42MF531D/37B

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Color Television

Chassis

TPE1.0U
LA

G_16331_000.eps
200906

Contents

Page

Technical Specifications, and Connections


2
Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
4
Directions for Use
6
Mechanical Instructions
7
Service Modes, error Codes and Fault Finding
Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms
Wiring Diagram
16
Block Diagram
17
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and
Waveforms
Wiring Diagram
16
Block Diagram
17
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Diagram
Chassis Overview
21
Exploded View
22
Scaler Board: CONTENT
(S-A01) 23
Scaler Board: VIDEO SOURCE SEL. (S-A02) 24
Scaler Board: SUPPLY
(S-A03) 25
Scaler Board: IF + SAW FILTER
(S-A04) 26
Scaler Board: AUDIO SOURCE SEL. (S-A05) 27
Scaler Board: AUDIO AMPLIFIER
(S-A06) 28
Scaler Board: CHANNEL DECODER (S-A07) 29
Scaler Board: MAIN TUNER
(S-A08) 30
Scaler Board: HDMI + SUPPLY
(S-A09) 31
Scaler Board: IO + CONTROL
(S-A10) 32
Scaler Board: VIPER - CONTROL
(S-B11) 33
Scaler Board: VIPER - MAIN MEM.
(S-B12) 34
Scaler Board: VIPER - AV + TUN. BS (S-B13) 35
Scaler Board: VIPER - SUPPLY
(S-B14) 36
Scaler Board: VIPER - EEPROM
(S-B15) 37
Scaler Board: VIPER - MISC.
(S-B16) 38
Scaler Board: PNX2015 - A/V
(S-B17) 39
Scaler Board: PNX2015 - IO
(S-B18) 40
Scaler Board: PNX2015 - TUN. BS.
(S-B19) 41

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Scaler Board: PNX2015 - DDR INTF.


Scaler Board: PNX2015 - CONTROL
Scaler Board: PNX2015 - SUPPLY
Scaler Board: PNX2015 - LVDS
Scaler Board: VIDEO DAC
Scaler Board: DC/DC CONVERTER
Scaler Board: SUPPLY + RS232
Scaler Board: AUDIO AMPLIFIER
Scaler Board: AUDIO CONN.
Scaler Board: ANALOG IO
Scaler Board: UART
Power Board: 26 + 32
Side AV Board
USB Board
IR Board: 26 + 32
Keyboard Panel
Alignments
Trouble Shooting
Circuit Descriptions
IC-Data Sheets
Repair Flow Chart
Spare Parts List
Different Parts List
42 Supplement Material
PowerBoard (37")
PowerBoard (42")
IR Board: 37 + 42
Keyboard Panel: 37 + 42
Exploded View: 37 + 42
Revision List

(S-B20)
(S-B21)
(S-B22)
(S-B23)
(S-C24)
(S-D25)
(S-D26)
(S-E27)
(S-E28)
(S-F29)
(S-F30)
(P)
(A)
(U)
(I)
(K)

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(I)
(K)

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Diagram
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PWB
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Copyright 2006 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by JH 0669 BG CD Customer Service

Printed in the Netherlands

Subject to modification

EN 3122 785 16331

1.

TPE1.0U LA

1. Technical Specifications and Connections

Technical Specifications and Connections

3.

Miscellaneous

Index of this chapter:


1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connections

Power supply:
AC-input

: 90V ~ 264VAC (26",32",37")


90V~130VAC(42 ")
_ 2Hz
50/60 +
Normal Operation Power consumption : < 110W (26")
< 140W (32")
175W(37")
256W(42")
Standby power
: < 1W (110V/60Hz only)
Power cord length
: 1.8M
Power cord type
: 3 lead with earth plug ,
plugable(US type)
Power indicator
: LED (On: Green ,
Standby: No light )
Operating:
Temperature
: 0O C to 40 O C(26",32")
0O C to 35 O C(37",42")
Humidity
: 10 to 95%(non condensing)
Altitude
: 0 to 1,4000 feet
Air pressure
: 600 to 4000 mBAR
Note: recommend at 0 to 35 O C, Humidity less than 60 %

Notes:
Some models in this chassis range have a different
mechanical construction. The information given here is
therefore model specific. At the moment of writing, not all
information was available (only the 26-inch TPEB.1U LA
model was available). As soon as the other models are
introduced, an update manual will be released.
Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation,
due to the different set executions.
Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

1.1 Technical Specifications


1.1.1Technical Specifications
1.

Vision
Panel Model

: QD26HL02-01 (26")

CLAA320WA01-C(32")
LC370WX01-SL04(37")
T420XW01(AUO panel)(42")
Display type
: LCD
Screen size
: 26(66cm), 16:9 (26")
32(82cm), 16:9 (32")
37(94cm), 16:9 (37")
42(106cm),16:9(42")
Resolution (HxV pixels) : 1366 X 768 (WXGA),
RGB strip arrangement
Contrast ratio
: 600:1 (26")
10 00:1 (32")
8 00:1 (37")
800:1(42")
Light output (cd/m2)
: >400 (26")
500 (32",37",42")
Response time (ms)
: 25msec.(Typ.) (26")
0msec.(Typ.) (32")
9 ms(Normal); 16 ms(Max)(37")
8 ms(Gray to gray)(42")
Viewing angle (HxV degrees): 170/170 (L/R,U/D) (CR >
10) (26",32")
176/176 (L/R,U/D) (CR >
10) (37",42")
Tuning system
: PLL
TV Color systems
: ATSC,NTSC
Video playback
: NTSC
Cable
: TD1336/FHGP,
ATSC/CLEAR QAM
Tuner bands
: Low,Mid,High
Supported video formats
: 640 x 480 @60p(26",32")
720 x 240 @60p(26",32",)
720 x 480 @60i (26",32",37",42")
720 x 480 @60p(26",32",37",42")
800 x 600 @60p(26",32")
1024 x 768 @60p(26",32")
1280 x 720 @60p(26",32",37",42")
1920 x 1080 @60i(26",32",37",42")

2.

Storage
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Air pressure

: -20 to 60 C
: 10 to 95% (non condensing )
: 0 to 40000 feet ( non operating )
: 600 to 1100 mBAR ( non operating)

Shipping
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Air pressure

: -20 to 60 O C
: 10 to 95% (non condensing )
: 0 to 40000 feet ( non operating )
: 600 to 1100 ( non operating )

1.2 Connections
1.2.1Signal Connector
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Tuner: NAFTA.
HDMI IN: HDMI input (TV digital interface support HDCP) with
digital audio or with audio R/L(RCA jack ).
AV IN3: Video3 (CVBS, RCA jack) and S-Video share with
same audio R/L (RCA jack ).
AV IN1: Video1 (CVBS, RCA jack) and YPbPr component
video1 (RCA jack) share with same audio R/L (RCA jack).
AV IN2: Video2 (CVBS, RCA jack) and YPbPr component
video2 (RCA jack) share with same audio R/L (RCA jack).
Side AV IN: Side Video (CVBS, RCA jack) and Side S-Video
share with same audio R/L (RCA jack).
Headphone OUT : Audio R/L out (mini-jack)
SPDIF OUT : (RCA jack)
L
S-VHS

AV1

AV2

AV3
S/PDIF

Pr

Pb

Y
Tuner

Right

CVBS

Left

Right

CVBS

Left

Right

CVBS

Fig1-1
Side AV
S-VHS

Right

Left

L eft

: Stereo / Virtual Dolby Surround


: 2 x 5W(26")
2 x 10W(32",37",42")

Pb

USB
HDMI

Sound
Sound systems
Maximum power

Pr

Fig1-2
1.2.2

Input signal

1.2.2.1 Signal type


.

CVBS

Headph

1. Technical Specifications and Connections


1.2.2.1.1TV Signal type:
RF Signal

: Aerial input / 10mV(80dBuV)

Video signal : Video( RCA CVBS input) / 1Vpp (300mV-sync,


700mV-video.) .S video input / 1VppY-signal, 300mVpp
C-signal. COMP Video (Ypbpr input)/ 1Vpp Y signal,
350mVpp Pb,Pr signal
HDMI : Digital interface with 4 channels TMDS signal
Audio signal : Audio (1) R/L for AV IN1 (Video1, Comp video 1
and HDMI ).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 k .
Audio (2) R/L for AV IN2 (Video2 and Comp-video2).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 k .
Audio (3) R/L for AV IN3 (Video3 and S-video).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 k .
Side Audio R/L for Side AV IN3 (Side Video and S-video).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 k .
1.2.2.1.2 Headphone output :
Audio: R/L output 10mW at 32 .
3.5mm stereo jack with switch
Impedance is between 8 and 600 .
1.2.2 Allowed signal mode specified
1.2.2.1 TV system signal mode:
RF support: NAFTA: NTSC(M,N) and ATSC (8VSB and QAM)
Video1,2,3 / S-video1,2: Support, NTSC colour system.
Comp Video (YpbPr): Support NTSC colour system SDTV
and HDTV, including 480i/p, 720p 60Hz, 1080i 60Hz .
HDMI IN : 480i, 480p, 720p/60Hz, 1080i/60Hz
1.2.3

Signal cable
HDMI Pin assignment (Nafta only)

PIN
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

SIGNAL
TMDS Data2+
TMDS Data2 shield
TDMS Data2TMDS Data1+
TMDS Data1 shield
TMDS Data1TMDS Data0+
TMDS Data0 shield
TMDS Data0TMDS Clock+
TMDS Clock Shield
TMDS ClockCEC
Reserved (N.C. on device)
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC Ground
+5V Power
Hot Plug Detect

TPE1.0U LA

TPE1.0U LA

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings and Notes

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings and Notes


index of this chapter:
2.1 Safety Instructions
2.2 Warnings
2.3 Notes
2.1 Safety Instructions

Safety regulations require that during a repair:


Connect the set to the AC Power via an isolation
transformer (> 800 VA).
Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol ,
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
other component substitution (other than original type) may
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
the following points:
Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
mounted cable clamps.
Check the insulation of the AC Power lead for external
damage.
Check the strain relief of the AC Power cord for proper
function.
Check the electrical DC resistance between the AC Power
plug and the secondary side (only for sets which have a AC
Power isolated power supply):
1. Unplug the AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the AC Power plug.
2. Set the AC Power switch to the "on" position (keep the
AC Power cord unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the tuner or
the aerial connection on the set. The reading should be
between 4.5 Mohm and 12 Mohm.
4. Switch "off" the set, and remove the wire between the
two pins of the AC Power plug.
Check the cabinet for defects, to avoid touching of any
inner parts by the customer.

2.2 Warnings
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD ). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched "on".
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
circuit becoming unstable.

2.3 Notes

the parts lists, are interchangeable per position with the


semiconductors in the unit, irrespective of the type
indication on these semiconductors.
4. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" and the "double-D symbol", are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.

2.3.2 Schematic Notes


1. All resistor values are in ohms and the value multiplier is
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
indicates 2.2 kohm).
2. Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
either an "E" or an "R" (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220
ohm).
3. All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (u= x10-6 ),
nano-farads (n= x10-9 ), or pico-farads (p= x10-12 ).
4. Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
5. An "asterisk" (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
6. The correct component values are listed in the Electrical
Replacement Parts List. Therefore, always check this list
when there is any doubt.

2.3.3 Rework on BGA (Ball Grid Array) Ics


General
Although (LF)BGA assembly yields are very high, there may still be
a requirement for component rework. By rework, we mean the
process of removing the component from the PWB and replacing it
with a new component. If an (LF)BGA is removed from a PWB, the
solder balls of the component are deformed drastically so the
removed (LF)BGA has to be discarded.
Device Removal
As is the case with any component that, it is essential when
removing an (LF)BGA, the board, tracks, solder lands, or
surrounding components are not damaged. To remove an(LF)BGA,
the board must be uniformly heated to a temperature close to the
reflow soldering temperature. A uniform temperature reduces the
chance of warping the PWB.To do this, we recommend that the
board is heated until it is certain that all the joints are molten.
Then carefully pull the component off the board with a vacuum
nozzle. For the appropriate temperature profiles, see the IC data
sheet.
Area Preparation
When the component has been removed, the vacant IC area must
be cleaned before replacing the (LF)BGA.Removing an IC often
leaves varying amounts of solder on the mounting lands. This
excessive solder can be removed with either a solder sucker or
solder wick. The remaining flux can be removed with a brush and
cleaning agent.After the board is properly cleaned and inspected,
apply flux on the solder lands and on the connection balls of
the (LF)BGA.
Note: Do not apply solder paste, as this has shown to result in
problems during re-soldering.

2.3.1 General
1. Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
chassis (= tuner) ground ( ), or hot ground ( ), depending
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a color bar
signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated
otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or
61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).
2. Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with ( ) and without ( ) aerial signal. Measure the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation ( ) and in stand-by ( ). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
3. The semiconductors indicated in the circuit diagram and in

Device Replacement
The last step in the repair process is to solder the new component
on the board. Ideally, the (LF)BGA should be aligned under a
microscope or magnifying glass. If this is not possible, try to align
the (LF)BGA with any board markers. To reflow the solder, apply a
temperature profile according to the IC data sheet. So as not to
damage neighbouring components, it may be necessary to reduce
some temperatures and times.
More Information
For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
URL: www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs subscription,
not available for all regions). After login, "select Magazine", then
go to "Workshop Information". Here you will find Information on
how to deal with BGA-ICs.

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings and Notes


2.3.4 Lead Free Solder
Philips CE is going to produce lead-free sets (PBF) from
1.1.2005 onwards.
Lead-free sets will be indicated by the PHILIPS-lead-free logo
on the Printed Wiring Boards (PWB):

Fig 2-1 Lead-free logo


This sign normally has a diameter of 6 mm, but if there is less
space on a board also 3 mm is possible.
In case of doubt wether the board is lead-free or not (or with
mixed technologies), you can use the following method:
1. Always use the highest temperature to solder, when using
SAC305 (see also instructions below).
2. De-solder thoroughly (clean solder joints to avoid mix of
two alloys).
Caution : For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperatureprofile,
which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these
profiles, visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com
(needs subscription, but is not available for all regions)
You will find this and more technical information within the
"Magazine", chapter "Workshop information".
For additional questions please contact your local repairhelpdesk.
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
by the workshop during a repair:
1. Use only lead-free soldering tin . If lead-free solder paste
is required,please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
store and to handle.
2. Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
soldering tin. The solder tool must be able
-To reach at least a solder-tip temperature of 400 C.
-To stabilise the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
-To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
3. Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature around 360 C
- 380 C is reached and stabilised at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400 C, otherwise wear-out of
tips will rise drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed. To
avoid wear-out of tips, switch "off" unused equipment or
reduce heat.
4. Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
avoid mixed regimes. If not to avoid, clean carefully the
solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
5. Use only original spare-parts listed in the Service-Manuals.
Not listed standard material (commodities) has to be
purchased at external companies.
6. Special information for lead-free BGA ICs: these ICs will be
delivered in so-called "dry-packaging" to protect the IC
against moisture. This packaging may only be opened
short before it is used (soldered). Otherwise the body of the
IC gets "wet" inside and during the heating time the
structure of the IC will be destroyed due to high (steam-)
pressure inside the body. If the packaging was opened
before usage, the IC has to be heated up for some hours
(around 90 C ) for drying (think of ESD-protection !).
Do not re-use BGAs at all!
7. For sets produced before 1.1.2005, containing leaded
soldering tin and components, all needed spare parts will
be available till the end of the service period. For the repair
of such sets nothing changes.

TPE1.0U LA

In case of doubt whether the board is lead-free or not (or with


mixed technologies), you can use the following method:
Always use the highest temperature to solder, when using
SAC305 (see also instructions below).
De-solder thoroughly (clean solder joints to avoid mix of
two alloys).
Caution: For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperatureprofile,
which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these
profiles, visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com
(needs subscription, but is not available for all regions)
You will find this and more technical information within the
"Magazine", chapter "Workshop information".
For additional questions please contact your local repair help
desk.

2.3.5 Practical Service Precautions


1. It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.
While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
2. Always respect voltages. While some may not be
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected
reactions - reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching
into a powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage
insulation. It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.

TPE1.0U LA

3. Directions for Use

3. Directions for Use


You can download this information from the following websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com

TPE1.0U LA

4. Mechanical Instructions

4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Assy/Panel Removal
4.2 Set Re-assembly

4.1 Assy/Panel Removal


Fig.6

Front view

Fig.7

Fig.1

Back view
Fig.8

Fig.2
Fig.9
Step 1. Remove the stand.
Remove the three screws as Fig.3 and Fig.4

Fig. 10

Fig.3

Fig.4

Step 2. Remove the Back cover and Main shield assy as Fig.5~12.
a. Remove the 7 screws and the other 2 screws on the sides as Fig.5
b. Use thin "I" type screwdriver to open 4 clicks on bottom
side as Fig.6
c .Use thin "I" type screwdriver to open 2 clicks on right
side as Fig.7
e. Use thin "I" type screwdriver to open 2 clicks on left
side as Fig.8
f. Use thin "I" type screwdriver to open 6 clicks on top
side as Fig.9
g. Remove the back cover as Fig.10 .
h. Remove the 13 screws as Fig.10,Fig.11,Fig.12 , then remove the
Main shield assy.

Fig. 11

Fig. 12

Step 3. Remove the Scaler, Power,IR, Key Control, Side AV and USB
board.
Remove the 14 screws and disconnect the 12 cables as Fig. 13 .

Fig.5

TPE1.0U LA

4. Mechanical Instructions

Fig. 17

Fig. 13
Step 4. Disconnect the USB PCB, the Side AV PCB, the KEY PCB , the
IR PCB,the Scaler PCB and power PCB as Fig.14 .

Fig. 18

Fig. 14
Step 5 Remove the MAIN Frame ASSY as Fig.15~Fig.17
a. Remove the 24 screws as Fig.15~17 .
Step 6 Remove the Bezel assy as Fig.18~Fig.19 .
a. Remove the 2 connectors as Fig.18 .
b .Remove the Bezel assy as Fig.19 .

Fig. 19

4.2 Set Re-assembly


To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse
order.
Notes:
a. While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed
and connected in their original position.
b. Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams at the
SSB shielding. Check that EMC foams are put correctly on
their places.

Fig. 15

In warranty, it is not allowed to disassembly the LCD panel, even the


backlight unit defect.
Out of warranty, the replacment of backlight unit is a correct way
when the defect is cused by backlight (CCFL,Lamp).

Fig. 16

5. Service Modes, Error Codes and Fault Finding

TPE1.0U LA

5. Service Modes, Error Codes and Fault Finding


index of this chapter:
5.1 Test Points
5.2 Service Modes
5.3 Stepwise Start-up
5.4 ComPair
5.5 Error Codes
5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure
5.7 Protections

5.1 Test Points


The chassis is equipped with test points (Fxxx) printed on the
circuit board assemblies. As most signals are digital, it will be
almost impossible to measure waveforms with a standard
oscilloscope. Therefore, waveforms are not given in this
manual. Several key ICs are capable of generating test
patterns, which can be controlled via ComPair. In this way it is
possible to determine which part is defective.
Perform measurements under the following conditions:
Service Default Mode.
Video: Color bar signal.
Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right.

5.2 Service Modes


Service Default Mode (SDM) and Service Alignment Mode
(SAM) offer several features for the service technician, while
the Customer Service Mode (CSM) is used for communication
between a Customer Helpdesk and a customer.
There is also the option of using ComPair, a hardware interface
between a computer (see requirements below) and the TV
chassis. It offers the ability of structured troubleshooting, test
pattern generation, error code reading, software version
readout, and software upgrading.
Minimum requirements for ComPair: a Pentium processor,
Windows 95/98, and a CD-ROM drive (see also paragraph "
ComPair").

5.2.1 Service Default Mode (SDM)


Purpose
To create a pre-defined setting, to get the same
measurement results as given in this manual.
To override SW protections (only applicable for protections
detected by stand-by processor) and make the TV start up
to the step just before protection (a sort of automatic
stepwise start up). See paragraph " Stepwise Start Up " .
To start the blinking LED procedure (not valid in protection
mode).
Specifications
Tuning frequency 61.25 MHz for NTSC: The TV shall tune
to physical channel 3 only if channel 3 is an analog channel
or if there is no channel 3 installed in the channel map. If
there is a digital channel installed in channel 3, then the
frequency to which the set will tune, would be as specified
in the channel map and could be different from the one
corresponding to the physical channel 3.
All picture settings at 50% (brightness, color, contrast).
All sound settings at 50%, except volume at 25%.
All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, like:
- (Sleep) timer.
- Child/parental lock.
- Picture mute (blue mute or black mute).
- Automatic volume levelling (AVL).
- Auto switch "off" (when no video signal was received
for 10 minutes).
- Skip/blank of non-favorite pre-sets.

- Smart modes.
- Auto store of personal presets.
- Auto user menu time-out.
How to Activate SDM
Use one of the following methods:
Use the standard RC-transmitter and key in the code "062596" ,
directly followed by the "MENU" button.
Note : It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main
menu will appear. To switch it "off", push the "MENU" button again.
Short for a moment the two solder pads [1] on the SSB,
with the indication "SDM". They are located outside the
shielding. Activation can be performed in all modes, except
when the set has a problem with the Stand-by Processor.
After activating this mode, "SDM" will appear in the upper right
corner of the screen (if you have picture).
How to Navigate
When you press the "MENU" button on the RC transmitter, the
set will toggle between the SDM and the normal user menu
(with the SDM mode still active in the background).
How to Exit SDM
Use one of the following methods:
Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key in "00"sequence.

5.2.2 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)


Purpose
To perform (software) alignments.
To change option settings.
To easily identify the used software version.
To view operation hours.
To display (or clear) the error code buffer.
How to Activate SAM
Via a standard RC transmitter: key in the code "062596"
directly followed by the "INFO" button. After activating SAM
with this method a service warning will appear on the screen,
you can continue by pressing the red button on the RC.
Contents of SAM:
Hardware Info.
- A. VIPER SW Version. Displays the software version
of the VIPER software (main software) (example:
BX23U-1.2.3.4_12345 = AAAAB_X.Y.W.Z_NNNNN).
AAAA = the chassis name.
B = the region: A= AP, E= EU, L= Latam, U = US.
X.Y.W.Z = the software version, where X is the
main version number (different numbers are not
compatible with one another) and Y is the sub
version number (a higher number is always
compatible with a lower number). The last two
digits are used for development reasons only, so
they will always be zero in official releases.
NNNNN = last five digits of 12nc code of the
software.
- B. SBY PROC Version. Displays the software version
of the stand-by processor.
- C. Production Code. Displays the production code of
the TV, this is the serial number as printed on the back
of the TV set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is
initialized after corruption, this production code has to
be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a
possibility to do this.
Operation Hours. Displays the accumulated total of
operation hours (not the stand-by hours). Every time the
TV is switched "on/off", 0.5 hours is added to this number.
Errors. (Followed by maximal 10 errors). The most recent
error is displayed at the upper left (for an error explanation
see paragraph "Error Codes").
Defective Module. Here the module that generates the

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error is displayed. If there are multiple errors in the buffer, which are
not all generated by a single module, there is probably another
defect. It will then display the message "UNKNOWN" here.
Reset Error Buffer. When you press "cursor right"and
then the "OK"button, the error buffer is reset.
Alignments. This will activate the "ALIGNMENTS" submenu.
Dealer Options. Extra features for the dealers.
Options. Extra features for Service.
Initialize NVM. When an NVM was corrupted (or replaced)
in the former EMG based chassis, the microprocessor
replaces the content with default data (to assure that the
set can operate). However, all preferences and alignment
values are gone now, and option numbers are not correct.
Therefore, this was a very drastic way. In this chassis, the
procedure is implemented in another way: The moment the
processor recognizes a corrupted NVM, the "initialize NVM" line will
be highlighted. Now, you can do two things(dependent of the service
instructions at that moment):
- Save the content of the NVM via ComPair for
development analysis, before initializing. This will give
the Service department an extra possibility for
diagnosis (e.g. when Development asks for this).
- Initialize the NVM (same as in the past, however now it
happens conscious).
Note: When you have a corrupted NVM, or you have replaced
the NVM, there is a high possibility that you will not have picture
any more because your display option is not correct. So, before
you can initialize your NVM via the SAM, you need to have a
picture and therefore you need the correct display option. To
adapt this option, use ComPair. The correct HEX values for the
options can be found in the table below.
Store. All options and alignments are stored when
pressing "cursor right" and then the "OK" button.
SW Maintenance.
- SW Events. Not useful for service purposes. In case of
specific software problems, the development
department can ask for this info.
- HW Events. Not functional at the moment this manual
is released, description will be published in an update
manual if the function becomes available.
How to Navigate
In SAM, you can select the menu items with the "CURSOR
UP/DOWN" key on the RC-transmitter. The selected item
will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the
screen, move the "CURSOR UP/DOWN" key to display the
next/previous menu items.
With the "CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT" keys, it is possible to:
- (De) activate the selected menu item.
- (De) activate the selected submenu.
How to Exit SAM
Use one of the following methods:
Press the "MENU" button on the RC-transmitter.
Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
Note: As long as SAM is activated, it is not possible to change
a channel. This could hamper the White Point alignments
because you cannot choose your channel/frequency any more.
Workaround: after you have sent the RC code "062596 INFO" ,you
will see the service-warning screen, and in this stage it is still possible
to change the channel (so before pressing the "OK" button).

5.2.3 Customer Service Mode (CSM)


Purpose
When a customer is having problems with his TV-set, he can
call his dealer or the Customer Helpdesk. The service
technician can then ask the customer to activate the CSM, in
order to identify the status of the set. Now, the service
technician can judge the severity of the complaint. In many
cases, he can advise the customer how to solve the problem,

or he can decide if it is necessary to visit the customer.


The CSM is a read only mode; therefore, modifications in this
mode are not possible.
How to Activate CSM
Key in the code "123654" via the standard RC transmitter.
Note: Activation of the CSM is only possible if there is no (user)
menu on the screen!
How to Navigate
By means of the "CURSOR-DOWN/UP" knob on the RCtransmitter,
you can navigate through the menus.
Contents of CSM
SW Version (example: BX23U-1.2.3.4_12345). Displays
the built-in main software version. In case of field problems
related to software, software can be upgraded. As this
software is consumer upgradeable, it will also be published
on the Internet.
SBY Processor Version. Displays the built-in stand-by
processor software version. Upgrading this software will be
possible via a PC and a ComPair interface (see chapter
Software upgrade).
Set Type. This information is very helpful for a helpdesk/
workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In this way, it
is not necessary for the customer to look at the rear of the
TV-set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after
corruption, this set type has to be re-written to NVM.
ComPair will foresee a possibility to do this.
Production Code. Displays the production code (the serial
number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is
initialized after corruption, this production code has to be
re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee a possibility to do this.
Code 1. Gives the latest five errors of the error buffer. As
soon as the built-in diagnose software has detected an
error the buffer is adapted. The last occurred error is
displayed on the leftmost position. Each error code is
displayed as a 2-digit number. When less than 10 errors
occur, the rest of the buffer is empty (00). See also
paragraph Error Codes for a description.
Code 2. Gives the first five errors of the error buffer. See
also paragraph Error Codes for a description.
Headphone Volume. Gives the last status of the
headphone volume, as set by the customer. The value can
vary from 0 (volume is minimum) to 100 (volume is
maximum). Change via "MENU","TV","SOUND",
"HEADPHONE VOLUME".
Dolby. Indicates whether the received transmitter
transmits Dolby sound ("ON") or not ("OFF").Attention:The
presence of Dolby can only be tested by the software on
the Dolby Signaling bit. If a Dolby transmission is received
without a Dolby Signaling bit, this indicator will show "OFF"
even though a Dolby transmission is received.
Sound Mode. Indicates the by the customer selected
sound mode (or automatically chosen mode). Possible
values are "STEREO" and "VIRTUAL DOLBY
SURROUND".Change via "MENU","TV","SOUND",
"SOUND MODE". It can also have been selected
automatically by signaling bits (internal software).
Tuner Frequency. Not applicable for US sets.
Digital Processing. Indicates the selected digital mode.
Possible values are "STANDARD" and "PIXEL PLUS".
Change via "MENU","TV","PICTURE","DIGITAL
PROCESSING".
TV System. Gives information about the video system of
the selected transmitter.
- M: NTSC M signal received
- ATSC: ATSC signal received
Center Mode. Not applicable.
DNR. Gives the selected DNR setting (Dynamic Noise
Reduction),"OFF","MINIMUM","MEDIUM", or "MAXIMUM".
Change via "MENU", "TV","PICTURE","DNR".
Noise Figure.Gives the noise ratio for the selected

transmitter. This value can vary from 0 (good signal) to 127


(average signal) and to 255 (bad signal). For some
software versions, the noise figure will only be valid when
"Active Control" is set to "medium" and "maximum" before
activating CSM.
Source. Indicates which source is used and the video/
audio signal quality of the selected source. (Example:
Tuner, Video/NICAM) Source: "TUNER","AV1","AV2",
"AV3","HDMI 1","SIDE". Video signal quality:"VIDEO",
"S-VIDEO","RGB 1FH","YPBPR 1FH 480P","YPBPR 1FH
576P","YPBPR 1FH 1080I","YPBPR 2FH 480P","YPBPR
2FH 576P","YPBPR 2FH 1080I","RGB 2FH 480P","RGB
2FH 576P" or "RGB 2FH 1080I". Audio signal quality:
"STEREO","SPDIF 1","SPDIF 2" or "SPDIF".
Audio System. Gives information about the audible audio
system. Possible values are "Stereo","Mono","Mono
selected","Analog In: No Dig. Audio","Dolby Digital 1+1",
"Dolby Digital 1/0","Dolby Digital 2/0","Dolby Digital 2/1",
"Dolby Digital 2/2","Dolby Digital 3/0","Dolby Digital 3/1",
"Dolby Digital 3/2","Dolby Digital Dual I","Dolby Digital
Dual II","MPEG 1+1","MPEG 1/0","MPEG 2/0". This is the
same info as you will see when pressing the "INFO" button
in normal user mode (item "signal"). In case of ATSC
receiving there will be no info displayed.
Tuned Bit. Not applicable for US sets.
Preset Lock. Indicates if the selected preset has a child
lock:"LOCKED" or "UNLOCKED". Change via "MENU",
"TV","CHANNELS","CHANNEL LOCK".
Lock After. Indicates at what time the channel lock is s
"OFF" or e.g. "18:45" (lock time). Change "MENU","TV",
"CHANNELS","LOCK AFTER".
TV Ratings Lock. Indicates the "TV ratings lock" as set by
the customer. Change via "MENU","TV","CHANNELS",
"TV RATING LOCK". Possible values are: "ALL","NONE","TV-Y",
"TV-Y7","TV-G","TV-PG","TV14" and "TV-MA".
Movie Ratings Lock. Indicates the "Movie Ratings Lock" as
set by the customer. Change via "MENU","TV","CHANNELS",
"MOVIE RATINGS LOCK".Possible values are: "ALL","NR","G",
"PG","PG-13","R","NC-17" and "X".
V-Chip Tv Status. Indicates the setting of the V-chip as
applied by the selected TV channel. Same values can be
shown as for "TV RATINGS LOCK".
V-Chip Movie Status. Indicates the setting of the V-chip
as applied by the selected TV channel. Same values can
be shown as for "MOVIE RATINGS LOCK".
Options 1. Gives the option codes of option group 1 as set
in SAM (Service Alignment Mode).
Options 2. Gives the option codes of option group 2 as set
in SAM (Service Alignment Mode).
AVL. Indicates the last status of AVL (Automatic Volume
Level): "ON" or "OFF". Change via: "MENU","TV","SOUND","AVL".
AVL can not be set in case of digital audio reception (e.g.
Dolby Digital or AC3).
Delta Volume. Indicates the last status of the delta volume
for the selected preset as set by the customer: from "-12"
to "+12". Change via "MENU","TV","SOUND","DELTA VOLUME".
HDMI key validity. Indicates the key's validity.
IEEE key validity. Indicates the key's validity(n.a.).
POD key validity. Indicates the key's validity.
Digital Signal Quality. Indicates quality of the received
digital signal (0= low).
How to Exit CSM
Press any key on the RC-transmitter (with exception of the
"CHANNEL +/-","VOLUME","MUTE" and digit (0-9) keys).

5.3 Stepwise Start-up


The stepwise start-up method, as known from FTL/FTP sets is
not valid any more. The situation for this chassis is as follows:
when the TV is in a protection state detected via the Stand-by
Processor (and thus blinking an error) and SDM is activated via
shortcutting the pins on the SSB, the TV starts up until it
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automatic stepwise start-up. In combination with the start-up


diagrams below, you can see which supplies are present at a
certain moment.
Important to know here is, that if e.g. the 3V3 detection fails
(and thus error 11 is blinking) and the TV is restarted via SDM,
the Stand-by Processor will enable the 3V3, but will not go to
protection now. The TV will stay in this situation until it is reset
(Mains/AC Power supply interrupted).

Off

WakeUp
requested

- WakeUp requested
- Acquisition needed

Stand-by
(Off St-by)

- No data Acquisition required


and no POD present
- Tact SW pushed

- POD Card remove


- Tact SW pushed

Semi
Stand-by

- WakeUp requested
- Acquisition needed
No data Acquisition
required and
POD present

POD
Stand-by

Active
- St-by requested
- Tact SW pushed

WakeUp
requested

GoToProtection

GoToProtection

GoToProtection

Protection

Fig. 5-1 Transition diagram

5.4 ComPair
5.4.1 Introduction
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a service tool for Philips
Consumer Electronics products. ComPair is a further
development on the European DST (service remote control),
which allows faster and more accurate diagnostics. ComPair
has three big advantages:
ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how
to repair the chassis in a short time by guiding you
systematically through the repair procedures.
ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics (on I2C level) and
is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem areas.
2
You do not have to know anything about I C commands
yourself because ComPair takes care of this.
ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the
microprocessor is working) and all repair information is
directly available. When ComPair is installed together with
the Force/SearchMan electronic manual of the defective
chassis, schematics and PWBs are only a mouse click away.
5.4.2 Specifications
ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
The ComPair interface box is connected to the PC via a serial
(or RS-232) cable.
For this chassis, the ComPair interface box and the TV
communicate via a bi-directional service cable via the service
connector(s).
Automatic (by communication with the television): ComPair
can automatically read out the contents of the entire error
2
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access the I C/UART bus of the television. ComPair can


2
send and receive I C/UART commands to the micro
controller of the television. In this way, it is possible for
ComPair to communicate (read and write) to devices on
2
the I C/UART buses of the TV-set.
Manually (by asking questions to you): Automatic
diagnosis is only possible if the micro controller of the
television is working correctly and only to a certain extend.
When this is not the case, ComPair will guide you through
the fault finding tree by asking you questions (e.g. Does the
screen give a picture? Click on the correct answer: YES /
NO) and showing you examples (e.g. Measure test-point I7
and click on the correct oscillogram you see on the
oscilloscope). You can answer by clicking on a link (e.g.
text or a waveform picture) that will bring you to the next
step in the fault finding process.
By a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive
question / answer procedure, ComPair will enable you to find
most problems in a fast and effective way.
5.4.3 How to Connect
This is described in the chassis fault finding database in
ComPair.
Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as
shown in the picture below (with the ComPair interface in
between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If
you connect the TV directly to the PC (via UART), the VIPER
or PNX2015 will be blown!
TO
UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR

TO
2
I C SERVICE
CONNECTOR

Fig. 5-2 ComPair interface connection


5.4.4 How to Order
ComPair order codes (US):
ComPair Software: ST4191.
ComPair Interface Box: 4822 727 21631.
AC Adapter: T405-ND.
ComPair Quick Start Guide: ST4190.
ComPair interface extension cable: 3139 131 03791.
ComPair UART interface cable: 3122 785 90630
Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local
support desk.

When multiple errors occur (errors occurred within a short time


span), there is a high probability that there is some relation
between them.
Basically there are three kinds of errors:
Errors detected by the Stand-by Processor. These
errors will always lead to protection and an automatic start
of the blinking LED for the concerned error (see paragraph
"The Blinking LED Procedure"). In these cases SDM can
be used to start up (see chapter "Stepwise Start-up").
Errors detected by VIPER that lead to protection. In this case
the TV will go to protection and the front LED will blink at 3 Hz.
Further diagnosis via service modes is not possible here (see also
paragraph "Error Codes"->"Error Buffer"->"Extra Info").
Errors detected by VIPER that do not lead to protection. In this
case the error can be read out via ComPair, via blinking LED
method, or in case you have picture, via SAM.
5.5.2 How to Read the Error Buffer
Use one of the following methods:
On screen via the SAM (only if you have a picture). E.g.:
- 00 00 00 00 00: No errors detected
- 06 00 00 00 00: Error code 6 is the last and only
detected error
- 09 06 00 00 00: Error code 6 was first detected and
error code 9 is the last detected error
Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no
picture). See next paragraph.
Via ComPair.
5.5.3 How to Clear the Error Buffer
Use one of the following methods:
By activation of the "RESET ERROR BUFFER" command
in the SAM menu.
With a normal RC, key in sequence "MUTE" followed by
"062599" and "OK".
If the content of the error buffer has not changed for 50+
hours, it resets automatically.
5.5.4 Error Buffer
In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before
you begin the repair (before clearing the buffer, write down the
content, as this history can give you significant information).
This to ensure that old error codes are no longer present.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error
code and not the actual cause (e.g., a fault in the protection
detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).
There are several mechanisms of error detection:
Via error bits in the status registers of ICs.
Via polling on I/O pins going to the stand-by processor.
Via sensing of analogue values on the stand-by processor.
2
Via a "not acknowledge" of an I C communication.

5.5 Error Codes

Take notice that some errors need more than 90 seconds


before they start blinking. So in case of problems wait 2
minutes from start-up onwards, and then check if the front LED
is blinking.

5.5.1 Introduction

5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure

The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
right, new errors are logged at the left side, and all other errors
shift one position to the right.
When an error has occurred, the error is added to the list of
errors, provided the list is not full or the error is a protection
error.
When an error occurs and the error buffer is full, then the new
error is not added, and the error buffer stays intact (history is
maintained), except when the error is a protection error.
To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the
error is removed from the list after 50+ operation hours.

5.6.1 Introduction
The blinking LED procedure can be split up into two situations:
Blinking LED procedure in case of a protection detected by
the stand-by processor. In this case the error is
automatically blinked. This will be only one error, namely
the one that is causing the protection. Therefore, you do
not have to do anything special, just read out the blinks. A
long blink indicates the decimal digit, a short blink indicates
the units.
Blinking LED procedure in the "ON" state. Via this
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visible via the front LED. This is especially useful for fault
finding, when there is no picture.
When the blinking LED procedure is activated in the "ON" state,
the front LED will show (blink) the contents of the error-buffer.
Error-codes > 10 are shown as follows:
1. "n" long blinks (where "n" =1 - 9) indicating decimal digit,
2. A pause of 1.5 s,
3. short blinks (where "n" =1 - 9),
4. A pause of approx. 3 s.
5. When all the error-codes are displayed, the sequence
finishes with a LED blink of 3 s,
6. The sequence starts again.
Example: Error 12 9 6 0 0.
After activation of the SDM, the front LED will show:
1. 1 long blink of 750 ms (which is an indication of the decimal
digit) followed by a pause of 1.5 s,
2. 2 short blinks of 250 ms followed by a pause of 3 s,
3. 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
4. 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
5. 1 long blink of 3 s to finish the sequence,
6. The sequence starts again.
5.6.2 How to Activate
Use one of the following methods:
Activate the SDM. The blinking front LED will show the
entire contents of the error buffer (this works in "normal
operation" mode).
Transmit the commands "MUTE"-"062500"-"OK"
with a normal RC. The complete error buffer is shown.
Take notice that it takes some seconds before the blinking
LED starts.
Transmit the commands "MUTE"-"062500"-"OK"
with a normal RC(where "x" is a number between 1 and
5). When x= 1 the last detected error is shown, x= 2 the
second last error, etc.... Take notice that it takes some
seconds before the blinking LED starts.

5.7 Protections
5.7.1 Software Protections
Most of the protections and errors use either the stand-by
microprocessor or the VIPER controller as detection device.
Since in these cases, checking of observers, polling of ADCs,
filtering of input values are all heavily software based, these
protections are referred to as software protections.
There are several types of software related protections, solving
a variety of fault conditions:
Protections related to supplies: check of the 12V, +5V,
+8V6, +1.2V, +2.5V and +3.3V.
Protections related to breakdown of the safety check
mechanism. E.g. since a lot of protection detections are
done by means of the VIPER, failing of the VIPER
communication will have to initiate a protection mode since
safety cannot be guaranteed anymore.
Remark on the Supply Errors
The detection of a supply dip or supply loss during the normal
playing of the set does not lead to a protection, but to a cold
reboot of the set.
Protections during Start-up
During TV start-up, some voltages and IC observers are
actively monitored to be able to optimize the start-up speed,
and to assure good operation of all components. If these
monitors do not respond in a defined way, this indicates a
malfunction of the system and leads to a protection. As the
observers are only used during start-up, they are described in
the start-up flow in detail (see paragraph "Stepwise Start-up").
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There is one hardware protection in this chassis: "Audio DC


Protection".This protection occurs when there is a DC voltage
on the speakers. In that case the main supply is switched "off",
but the stand-by supply is still working.
For the Samsung V4 PDP display's, the 8V6 supply is switched "off"
and the LED on the display Main Supply blinks eleven
times, which means there is an overvoltage protection. The
front LED of the TV will blink error 7 (8V6 error).
In case of LCD supplies, the 12V supply will drop. This will be
detected by the stand-by processor, which will start blinking the
12 V error (error 12).
Repair Tips
If there is an audio DC protection (DC voltage on your
speakers), you will probably see error 12 blink in case of
LCD TVs, and error 7 for TVs with SDI displays. To be sure
there is an audio DC protection, disconnect the cable
between the SSB and the Audio PWB and also the cable
between the Main Supply and the Audio PWB. If the TV
starts up, it is very likely that there is DC voltage on the
speakers. Check, and replace if necessary, the audio
amplifiers.
It is also possible that you have an audio DC protection
because of an interruption in one or both speakers (the DC
voltage that is still on the circuit cannot disappear through
the speakers).

5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips


Read also paragraph "Error Codes"-"Extra Info".
5.8.1 MPIF
Important things to make the MPIF work:
Supply.
Clock signal from the AVIP.
I 2C from the VIPER.
5.8.2 AVIP
Important things to make the AVIP work:
Supplies.
Clock signal from the VIPER.
I2C from the VIPER
5.8.3 DC/DC Converter
Introduction
The best way to find a failure in the DC/DC converters is to
check their starting-up sequence at power "on" via the
Mains/AC Power cord, presuming that the Stand-by
Processor is operational.
If the input voltage of the DC/DC converters is around 12 V
(measured on the decoupling capacitors 2U17/2U25)
and the ENABLE signals are "low" (active), then the
output voltages should have their normal values.
First, the Stand-by Processor activates the +1V2 supply
(via ENABLE-1V2).
Then, after this voltage becomes present and is detected
OK (about 100 ms), the other two voltages (+2V5 and
+3V3) will be activated (via ENABLE-3V3).
The current consumption of controller IC 7U00 is around 20
mA (that means around 200 mV drop voltage across
resistor 3U22).
The current capability of DC/DC converters is quite high
(short-circuit current is 7 to 10 A), therefore if there is a
linear integrated stabilizer that, for example delivers 1.8V
from +3V3 with its output overloaded, the +3V3 stays
usually at its normal value even though the consumption
from +3V3 increases significantly.
The +2V5 supply voltage is obtained via a linear stabilizer
made with discrete components that can deliver a lot of
current. Therefore, in case +2V5 (or +2V5D) is shortcircuited
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But much less. The +2V5D voltage is available in standby


mode via a low power linear stabilizer that can deliver up to
30 mA. In normal operation mode, the value of this supply
voltage will be close to +2V5 (20 - 30 mV difference).
Fault Finding
Symptom: +1V2, +2V5, and +3V3 not present (even for a
short while ~10ms).
1. Check 12V availability (fuse 1U01, resistor 3U22,
power MOS-FETs) and enable signal ENABLE-1V2
(active low).
2. Check the voltage on pin 9 (1.5 V).
3. Check for +1V2 output voltage short-circuit to GND that
can generate pulsed over-currents 7-10 A through coil
5U03.
4. Check the over-current detection circuit (2U12 or 3U97
interrupted).
Symptom: +1V2 present for about 100 ms. Supplies +2V5
and +3V3 not rising.
1. Check the ENABLE-3V3 signal (active "low").
2. Check the voltage on pin 8 (1.5 V).
3. Check the under-voltage detection circuit (the voltage
on collector of transistor 7U10-1 should be less than
0.8 V).
4. Check for output voltages short-circuits to GND (+3V3,
+2V5 and +2V5D) that generate pulsed over-currents
of 7-10 A through coil 5U00.
5. Check the over-current detection circuit (2U18 or 3U83
interrupted).
Symptom: +1V2 OK, but +2V5 and +3V3 present for about
100 ms. Cause: The SUPPLY-FAULT line stays "low"
even though the +3V3 and +1V2 is available. The Stand-by
Processor is detecting that and switches all supply
voltages "off".
1. Check the value of +2V5 and the drop voltage across
resistor 3U22 (they could be too high)
2. Check if the +1V2 or +3V3 are higher than their normal
values. This can be due to defective DC feedback of
the respective DC/DC converter (3U18 or 3UA7).
Symptom: +1V2, +2V5, and +3V3 look okay, except the
ripple voltage is increased (audible noise can come from
the filtering coils 5U00 or 5U03).
Cause: Instability of the frequency and/or duty cycle of one
or both DC/DC converters.
- Check resistor 3U06, the decoupling capacitors, the
AC feedback circuits (2U20 + 2U21 + 3U14 + 3U15 for
+1V2 or 2U19 + 2U85 + 3U12 + 3U13 for +3V3), the
compensation capacitors 2U09, 2U10, 2U23 and
2U73, and IC 7U00.
Note 1: If fuse 1U01 is broken, this usually means a pair of
defective power MOSFETs (7U01 or 7U03). Item 7U00 should
be replaced as well in this case.

5.9 Software Upgrading


5.9.1 Introduction
The set software and security keys are stored in a NAND-Flash
(item 7P80), which is connected to the VIPER via the PCI bus.
It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the
USB port. This allows replacement of a software image in a
standalone set, without the need of an E-JTAG debugger. A
description on how to upgrade the main software can be found
in chapter 3 "Directions For Use".
Important: When the NAND-Flash must be replaced, a new
SSB must be ordered, due to the presence of the security
keys!!! See table "SSB service kits" for the order codes.
Perform the following actions after SSB replacement:

1. Set the correct option codes (see sticker inside the TV).
2. Update the TV software (see chapter 3 for instructions).
3. Perform the alignments as described in chapter 8.
4. Check in CSM menu 5 if the HDMI and POD keys are valid.
5.9.2 Main Software Upgrade
The software image resides in the NAND-Flash, and is
formatted in the following way:
Partition 1

Trimedia2 image
Trimedia1 image
MIPS image

USB CUSTOMER

USB Download Application

USB SERVICE

uBTM (boot block)

EJTAG

Partition 0

Fig. 5-3 NAND-Flash format


Executables are stored as files in a file system. The boot loader
(uBTM) will load the USB Download Application in partition 0
(USB drivers, bootscript, etc). This application makes it then
possible to upgrade the main software via USB.
Installing "Partition 0" software is possible via an external
EJTAG tool, but also in a special way with the USB stick (see
description in paragraph "Partition 0").
Partition 1 (Customer)
To do a main software upgrade (partition 1) via USB, the set
must be operational, and the "Partition 0" files for the VIPER
must be installed in the NAND-Flash!
The new software can be uploaded to the TV by using a
portable memory device or USB storage compliant devices
(e.g. USB memory stick). You can download the new software
from the Philips website to your PC.
Partition 0 (Service)
If the "Partition 0" software is corrupted, the software needs to
be re-installed.
To upgrade this "USB download application" (partition 0 except
the bootblock), insert an USB stick with the correct software,
but press the "red" button on the remote control (in "TV" mode)
when it is asked via the on screen text.
Caution:
The USB download application will now erase both
partitions (except the boot block), so you need to reload the
main SW after upgrading the USB download application.
As long as this is not done, the USB download application
will start when the set is switched "on".
When something goes wrong during the progress of this
method (e.g. voltage dip or corrupted software file), the set
will not start up, and can only be recovered via the EJTAG tool!
5.9.3 Manual Start of the Main Software Upgrade Application
Normally, the software upgrading procedure will start
automatically, when a memory device with the correct software
is inserted, but in case this does not work, it is possible to force
the TV into the software upgrade application. To do so:
Disconnect the TV from the Mains/AC Power.
Press the "OK" button on a Philips DVD RC-6 remote
control (it is also possible to use the TV remote in "DVD" mode).
Keep the "OK" button pressed while connecting the TV to
the Mains/AC Power.
The software upgrade application will start.
When a memory device with upgrade software is
connected, the upgrade process will start.

5. Service Modes, Error Codes and Fault Finding


5.9.4 Stand-by Software Upgrade
It will be possible to upgrade the Stand-by software via a PC
and the ComPair interface. Check paragraph "ComPair" on
how to connect the interface. To upgrade the Stand-by
software, use the following steps:
1. Disconnect the TV from the Mains/AC Power.
2. Short circuit the SPI pins [2] on the SSB. They are located
outside the shielding (see figure "SPI" service pads).
3. Keep the SPI pins shorted while connecting the TV to the
Mains/AC Power.
4. Release the short circuit after approx. two seconds.
5. Start up HyperTerminal (can be found in every Windows
application via Programs -> Accessories ->
Communications -> HyperTerminal. Use the following
settings:
- COM1
- Bits per second = 19200
- Data bits = 8
- Parity = none
- Stop bits = 1
- Flow control = Xon / Xoff.
6. Press "Shift U" on your PC keyboard. You should now see
the following info:
- PNX2015 Loader V1.0
- 19-09-2003
- DEVID=0x05
- Erasing
- MCSUM=0x0000
-=
7. If you do not see the above info, restart the above
procedure, and check your HyperTerminal settings and the
connections between PC and TV.
8. Via "Transfer"->"Send text file ...",you can send the
proper upgrade file to the TV. This file will be distributed via
the Service Organization.
9. After successful programming, you must see the following info:
- DCSUM=0xECB3
- :Ok
- MCSUM=0xECB3
- Programming
- PCSUM=0xECB3
- Finished
10. If you do not see this info, restart the complete procedure.
11. Close HyperTerminal.
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4

1998
4p

USB
Board

1902 1901 1001


2p
3p
10p

5.2

1403
30p

Main Board

1M6
0 4p

Panel

1410
8p

Switch
board

1907
6p

1T1
0 4p

1402 1M2
2p 16p

1921
2p

1630
8p

Side-AV
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1089
10p

5.1

Speakers
R/L

6.

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Block Diagram
Index of this chapter:
6.1 Wiring Diagram
6.2 Block Diagram

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PCB architecture
Control Board

Inverter
board

SMPS board
Vcc,

.200W max

Bright_ADJ

.PFC

Inverter ON_OFF
PWR_SAVING

Main BOARD

LCD Panel

Base on TV 510 just to


modify

26"/27"/32"

.DC-DC power
.Audio Amp
.inverter and panel
interface

.<1W at STBY
.Philips safety
rules

Speakers

.localize
connectors,passive
components and
memories

Mains

Side AV Board
Side AV Board
I

IR board
IR board

Function block of main Board


S-A08

S-B12

S-A04

Tuner
IF

SAW 44M
and AGC

DDR x2
8Mx16?

S-A07

S-B15

S-B11~14

NXT2004
Channel decoder
(VSB/QAM
receiver)

NandEeprom
Eeprom
Nand
16Mx16
16Mx16

PNX8552
MPEG2 data

S-B15

DV1 .MPEG decoder


.Scaler

.Video enhancement

S-A10

S-A09

.Audio delay

CLK

TDA9975A
TDA9975A

HDMI

16bits/H/V/CLK

DDC
24C02

S-A04
SAW 45.75
SAW 45.75

Tunnel
bus

S-A02~05

DV4/5

PNX3000
.AGC

I2S

RGB 30
bits,H/V/CLK

S-B12

Video/audio stream

.video Decoder
AVP1

H/V/CL
K

.I2D data link


formatter

DDR 8Mx16
DDR 8Mx16

PNX2015
.80C51 uP

UART

.Video & audio switch


Audio L/R

DV3 8 bits

S-B17~22

.IF AM Demodulation

CVBS,YC

USB
SPDIF

SPDIF
CVI

NVM
NVM
24C64
24C64

I2C

.DNR

.Audio DSP

S-B21
SP
I

Flash512K
512K
Flash

.Columbus
.MPEG Decoder (sub)

RC
ADC

LVDS to panel

.LVDS Transmitter

S-E27

KeyControl
Control
Key

Amp
Amp

Headphone,
speakers

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RESET
S

PNX2015
PNX2015
Control
Control
Reset-PNX2015

Reset- Stby (5V2 dip)

PNX2015
PNX2015
StbyuP
uP
Stby

Ext Reset

Reset-system

ResetFE-Main

PNX
PNX

2004
2004

8852
8852

ResetMIPS

3V3-Standby

NXT
NXT

Resetaudio

HP/Power Amp
Anti-Plop

EEPROM
EEPROM

I2C Control

EXT
I2C

PNX
PNX

Level
Shift

2015
2015

PNX3000
PNX3000
TDA9975
TDA9975

SDA/SCL DMA

SDA/SCL MM

SDA/SCL I2C4

PDP

Viper
Viper
PNX8852
PNX8852

SDA/SCL
UP-VIP

EEPROM
EEPROM

NXT2004
NXT2004

SDA/SCL Tuner

Tuner
Tuner

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UART
S

PNX
PNX
TxD-uP

2015
2015
GlinkTxD

RS
Factory

232

Glink-RxD

(Update S/W)

TxD-Viper

PNX
PNX

TxD

(Factory
alignment)

8852
8852

RxD-Viper
(Factory
alignment)

RxD
(For service)

PNX
PNX

RxD-uP

2015
2015

(Update S/W)

Switch control PNX2015uP

IRQ
S

IRQ-MPIF

PNX
PNX
3000
3000

PNX
PNX
2015
2015

IRQ HD1
IRQ HD2
IRQ-Hirate

TDA
TDA
9975
9975

PNX
PNX
IRQ-Main

8852
8852

NXT
NXT
IRQ-FE-Main
2004
2004

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Function block of Power Board


P

AC input
90-264VAC

PFC correction

LCI filter

DC 400V

L6562

Fly-back topology

DC+16V

Main Board

TEA1507
DC+24V

Inverter Board

.26" and 32" reuse BDS (180W max) but need <1W at Standby
.37" request a new one ,220W max and <1W at standby

Power management
P

24V

16V

Switch
DC-DC
12VS

Inverter 6.5A for 37"


Switch (RES)
5V TUN 350mA

Audio Amp
2A 12Wx2
5V2 STBY DCDC 520mA

IR
10mA

Panel 820mA for 37"

8V AUD

Tuner/AGC/PNX3000
PNX3000 Audio SW

3V3-UART
5V Switch 450mA

PNX8852/PNX3000/HP/USB/TDA9975

3V3 STBY 20mA

PNX8852/PNX3000/PNX2015

1V2 STBY 30mA

PNX2015

3V3 DC-DC 1A

PNX2015/PNX8852/nxt2004/TDA9975
+1V8

2V5 DC-DC 2A

1V2 DC-DC 3A

TDA9975

PNX2015/PNX8852/NXT2004/TDA9975/DDRs
PNX2015/PNX8852/NXT2004/DDRs

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Index of this chapter:


7.1 Chassis Overview
7.2 Exploded View
7.3 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram & Layouts
7.4 Power Board Schematic Diagram & Layouts
7.5 SIDE AV Board Schematic Diagram & Layouts
7.6 USB Board Schematic Diagram & Layouts
7.7 IR Board Schematic Diagram & Layouts
7.8 KEY Board Schematic Diagram & Layouts

7.1 Chassi Overview


Key Board K

USB Board U

Side AV Board A
I IR Board

P Power Board

Scaler Board S

30

313815760741
FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815417461
CAP

97

1050

313815864951
SCALER PCB ASSY - Fl2 26"

1053

1054
313815864901
POWER PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

823827718991
TFT-LCD MOD QD26HL02 REV.02

313815864921
IR PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

1056

313815414931
CONTROL BUTTON

91

313815760751
MAIN FRAME ASSY
301
823827717541
313815866211
LSP 8R 5W OPN FU1R O57X126Y
USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY
1185/1186
1058

7
313815758391
BASE ASSY

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313815864971
KEY BOARD ASSY - Fl2

1055

313815864911
SIDE AV PCB ASSY - FL2 26"

98

313815162031
BRACKET-AL

313815417421
BACK COVER

313815138041
MAIN SHIELD

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7.2 Exploded View

7.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


7.3.1 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - Block Diagram

S-A01

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7.3.2 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - MPIF MAIN: VIDEO SOURCE SELECTION

S-A02

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7.3.3 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - MPIF MAIN: SUPPLY

S-A03

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7.3.4 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - MPIF MAIN: IF+SAW FILTER

S-A04

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7.3.5 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - MPIF MAIN: AUDIO SOURCE SELECTION

S-A05

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7.3.6 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - MPIF MAIN: AUDIO AMPLIFIER

S-A06

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7.3.7 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - CHANNEL DECODER

S-A07

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S-A08

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7.3.9 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - HDMI+SUPPLY

S-A09

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S-A10

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7.3.11 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - VIPER: CONTROL

S-B11

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7.3.12 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - VIPER: MAIN MEMORY

S-B12

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7.3.13 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - VIPER: A/V+TUNNELBUS

S-B13

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S-B14

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7.3.15 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - VIPER: EEPROM

S-B15

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7.3.16 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - MISCELLANEOUS

S-B16

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7.3.17 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - PNX2015: Audio/Video

S-B17

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7.3.18 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - PNX2015: DV I/O Interface

S-B18

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7.3.19 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - PNX2015: Tunnelbus

S-B19

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7.3.20 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - PNX2015: DDR Interface

S-B20

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7.3.21 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - PNX2015: Standby&Control

S-B21

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S-B22

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7.3.23 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - VIPER/PNX2015: Display Interface

S-B23

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S-C24

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7.3.25 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - DC/DC

S-D25

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S-D26

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7.3.27 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - AUDIO: AMPLIFIER

S-E27

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7.3.28 Scaler Board Schematic Diagram - AUDIO: CONNECTORS

S-E28

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S-F29

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S-F30

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7.7 IR Board Schematic Diagram (26 ",32")

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8. Alignments
Index of this chapter:
8.1 Electrical Instructions&Serial NO. Definition
8.2 Software Updrade With Portable Memory

CVBS Video4 and S-Video).


Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 kW.

8.1 Electrical Instructions&Serial NO. Definition


1.

General points

1.1

During the test and measuring, supply a distortion free AC mains


voltage to the apparatus via an isolated transformer with low
internal resistance.

1.2

All measurements mentioned hereafter are carried out at a normal


mains voltage (90 - 132 VAC for NAFTA version, 195 -264 VAC for
EUROPEAN version, or 90 - 264 VAC for the model with full range
power supply, unless otherwise stated.)

2.1.2 Headphone
Audio: R/L output - 10mW at 32W. 3.5mm stereo jack with switch
Impedance is between 8 and 600W.
2.1.3 SPDIF Output (Sony Philips Digital Interface Format)
Level: - +/-0.5V square wave
2.3 TV input signal Channel and pattern for NAFTA model (Table1)
Signal Distribution Table (NTSC)

1.3

All voltages are to be measurement or applied with respect to


ground,unless otherwise stated.

1.4

The test has to be done on a complete set including LCD panel in


a room with temperature of 25 +/- 5 degree C.

1.5

All values mentioned in these test instruction are only applicable of


a well aligned apparatus, with correct signal.

CH
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
C

1.6 The letters symbols (B) and (S) placed behind the test instruction
denotes
(B): carried out 100% inspection at assembly line
(S): carried out test by sampling

03
06
09
11
13
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69
70

Frequency Carriers
Video
Sound
61.25MHz
65.75MHz
83.25MHz
87.75MHz
187.25MHz 191.75MHz
199.25MHz 203.75MHz
211.25MHz 215.75MHz
699.25MHz 703.75MHz
801.25MHz 805.75MHz
499.25MHz 503.75MHz

2.4 HD input mode

1.8 Repetitive power on/off cycle are allowed except it should be


avoided within 6 sec.

2.4.1 HD detail timing

2.1.1 TV Signal type


RF Signal : Aerial input / 10mV(80dBuV)
Video signal : Video (RCA jack, CVBS input) / 1Vpp (300mV-sync,
700mV-video.)
S video input / 1VppY-signal, 300mVpp C-signal
COMP Video (RCA jack , YPbPr input) / 1Vpp Y
signal , 350mVpp Pb , Pr signal
HDMI: Digital interface with 4 channels TMDS signal
Audio signal : Audio (1) R/L( RCA jack ) for AV IN1 (share with
CVBS Video1 and COMP Video1 or HDMI by
menu setting).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 k W.
Audio (2) R/L( RCA jack ) for AV IN2 (share with
CVBS Video2 and COMP Video2).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 kW.
Audio (3) R/L ( RCA jack )for AV IN3 (share with
CVBS Video3 and S-Video).
Level: - Nominal : 0.5 V rms.
- Maximum : 1.5 V rms.
- Impedance > 10 k W.
Audio (4) R/L( RCA jack ) for Side AV (share with

NTSC M
Color Circle
NTSC M
Red Raster
NTSC M
Circle Pattern
NTSC M
Cross Hatch
NTSC M Two White Window
NTSC M
Color Bar
NTSC M
100% White
NTSC M
Checkerboard

For QuantumData setting with Q801GD or 802G in


YpbPr mode(Table 2)

Input and output signal

2.1 Signal definition

Pattern

Table 1

1.7 The white balance (color temperature), has to be tested in subdued


lighted room.

2.

TV
System

3.

Power supply

3.1

Setup the AC Input at 110VAC, and power board provide two DC


Output
1. The DC output voltage is 24V 0.5V DC for Inverter and Scalar
board . Measure between pin3 (F026, +24V) and pin7 (F030,
GND) at item 1089 of power board with 0.1A load. Measure
between pin1 (F034, +24V) and pin8 (F039, GND) at item 1088
of power board with 4A load.
2. The DC output voltage is 16V 1 V DC for Scalar and Audio
board. Measure between pin2 (F025, +16V) and pin7 (F030,
GND) at item 1089 of power board with 2A load.
3. The DC voltage is 400V +/- 10V in power board. Measure
between test point F004 and ground pin of item 2060 (120uF,
450V) of power board.

3.2

No adjustment is needed.

4.

IF PLL Offset Adjustment

A)

EQUIPMENT SETUP :

B)

INPUT REQUIREMENTS

4.1 Input signal

Fluke 54200

: M-NTSC, RF(203.25MHz, 70dBuV)

4.2 Input injection point : Tuner input.

C)

ALIGNMENT METHOD

4.3 Alignment set-up: video pattern = crosshatch, sound = BTSC


stereo mode, without audio modulation, picture/sound ratio=7dB

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Item
Pixel rate
Horizontal
Frequency
Active
Blank
Period
Pulse delay
Pulse width
Vertical
Frequency
Active
Blank
Period

Pulse delay
Pulse width
EQ before
EQ after
Scan
Sync type
Video kind

1920X1080i
60Hz
74.25MHz
(13.468 ns)
33.75KHz

1280X720P
60Hz
74.25MHz
(13.468 ns)
45KHz

720X480P
60Hz
27.027MHz
(37.000 ns)
31.5KHz

720X480i
60Hz
13.5MHz
( 74.074 ns )
15.734KHz

1920 pixels
(25.859 us)
280 pixels
(3.771 us)
2200 pixels
(29.630 us)
44 pixels
(0.593 us)
44 pixels
(0.593 us)
60 Hz

1280 pixels
(17.239 us)
370 pixels
(4.983 us)
1650 pixels
(22.222 us)
70 pixels
(0.943 us)
40 pixels
(0.539 us)
60 Hz

720 pixels
(26.640 us)
138 pixels
(5.106 us)
858 pixels
(31.746 us)
16 pixels
(0.592 us)
62 pixels
(2.294 us)
60 Hz

720 pixels
(53.333 us)
138 pixels
( 10.222 us )
858 pixels
( 63.556 us )
19 pixels
( 1.407 us )
62 pixels
( 4.593 us )
59.94 Hz

1080 lines
(32.000 ms)
45 lines
(1.333 ms)
1125 lines
(33.333 ms)

720 lines
(16.0 ms)
30 lines
(0.667 ms)
750 lines
(16.667 ms)

480 lines
(15.238 ms)
45 lines
(1.429 ms)
525 lines
(16.667 ms)

480 lines
( 30.507 ms )
45 lines
(2.860 ms )
525 lines
( 33.367 ms )

2 lines
(0.059 ms)
5 lines
(0.148 ms)
0 line
1 line
Interlace
ACS
Analog YPbPr
(ITU-R BT.709)

5 lines
(0.111 ms )
5 lines
(0.111 ms)
0 line
0 line
Progressive
ACS
Analog YPbPr
(ITU-R BT.709)

9 lines
(0.287 ms)
6 lines
(0.190 ms)
0 line
0 line
Progressive
ACS
Analog YPbPr
(SMPTE RP177)

4 lines
( 0.254 ms )
3 lines
(0.191 ms )
3 line
3 line
Interlace
ACS
Analog YPbPr
(SMPTE RP177 )

Picture Mode
Normal
WARM

0.2950.005
0.3150.005

0.2850.005
0.3100.005

COOL

0.2750.005

0.2600.005

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4.4 Method of Alignment

4.4.1 Set audio volume Loudspeakers to max : (+12dB avip setting)


4.4.2 Via IIC, adjust the 'PLL offset' register (address 9E, sub-address 02,
bit D5 to D0) value to get the lowest noise at audio output (I905).
4.4.3 NVM FactAlignMainIfPLLOffsetNeg at sub-address
006Chex, 1037hex, 1630hex.

Table 3: Reading with Minolta CA-110.


2. Check the gray pattern should be distinguished and color bar
is correct
Note: 1. Use Minolta CA-110 for color coordinates and
luminance check.
2. Luminance> 400 cd/m2 in the center of the screen
at RGB White point set to 127 and Brightness
control; Contrast control at 100
3. Set smart picture to personal, brightness to 55 &
contrast to 95 after alignment.

5. TV Mode display adjustment


5.1 White balance adjustment (B)
5.1.1 General set-up :
Equipment Requirements: Color analyzer.
Input requirements:
Input Signal Type : RF signal
1. Set to NTSC system, frequency=187.25MHZ ( for NAFTA
model ), with white pattern of 100%
2. Select Smart picture to Personal mode and check the x, y data.
Input Signal Strength : 10mV (80 dBuV) terminal voltage.
Input Injection Point : TV Tuner input

7.

HDMI HDCP Key

7.1 HDMI HDCP Key Test


Alignment method:
Initial Set-up
:
1. Set TV Brightness=60; Contrast =95 in Factory mode.
2. Set Smart picture as "Personal"
3. Apply "100% Full White" pattern by TV pattern generator.
Alignment : Adjust the RGB White point in Factory Mode
for "NORMAL","WARM" and "COOL" color temperatures.
1. Check (X, Y) co-ordinates as below:

7.1.1 Use pattern generator


Equipment: Quantum 802BT or equivalent equipments.
Pattern : Standard HDCP Pattern (It' s color bar)
Timing : 720 X 480i 60Hz
720 X 480P 60Hz
1280X 720P 60Hz
1920X1080i 60Hz
Result : The PASS information should be shown on the screen

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7.1.2 Use DVD Player:


Equipment: 1.Pioneer (model: DV-S969AVi) or equivalent
equipments.
2.DVD disk with "Macro Vision" protection.
Result : The picture should be shown Normally.
7.

Preset EEPROM data


EEPROM data has to be preset data according following table.

7.1 Factory mode preset.


Hardware info:
A. SW version: EX11U-0.5.53.1_F FL2-0.1
B. SBY PROC version: 001.008.001.010
Operation hours: 0
Alignment
General
Tuner AGC: 32
Whitepoint
Red BL offset: 8
Green Bl offset: 5
Dealer options
Personal option
Picture mute: On
Virgin mode: Off
Digital caption options: default

Smart Picture
Personal

Rich

Natural

Soft

Multimedia

Eco

Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Color temperature
Tint
Picture format
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Color temperature
Tint
Picture format
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Color temperature
Tint
Picture format
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Color temperature
Tint
Picture format
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Color temperature
Tint
Picture format
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Color temperature
Tint
Picture format

90
55
62
3
Normal
0
Automatic
100
50
67
5
Cool
0
Automatic
83
50
55
3
Normal
0
Automatic
83
50
55
1
Normal
0
Automatic
100
50
67
1
Cool
0
Automatic
63
50
51
3
Normal
0
Automatic

Options
Display
Screen: 021 26inch LCD LPL
Scanning backlight: Off
Dimming backlight: Off
Video repro
Comb filter: 3D comb
Ambient light: Off
MOP: Off
Source selection
HDMI1: with analog audio
HDMI2: None
USB version: USB 1.1
SPDIF input: None
Audio repro
Subwoofer internal present: Off
Acoustic system: None
7.2 Smart picture & Smart sound & Feature:
7.2.1 Final TV mode out box setting.
a). Smart Picture : Personal
Color Temp in Factory mode : Normal
Notice: These setting only could modify in factory mode for
user , excluding "Personal", these menus should be blanking.
b).Smart Sound : Personal
SOUND VOLUME : 30
Balance :0
Head phone : 30
Sound mode : Stereo
Alternative audio : main
Digital audio language : English
Mono/Stereo : tbd
AVL : OFF
Delta volume: 0

EQ Setting
Personal

Speech

Music

Movie

Multimedia

EQ BAND1
EQ BAND2
EQ BAND3
EQ BAND4
EQ BAND5
EQ BAND1
EQ BAND2
EQ BAND3
EQ BAND4
EQ BAND5
EQ BAND1
EQ BAND2
EQ BAND3
EQ BAND4
EQ BAND5
EQ BAND1
EQ BAND2
EQ BAND3
EQ BAND4
EQ BAND5
EQ BAND1
EQ BAND2
EQ BAND3
EQ BAND4
EQ BAND5

120Hz
500Hz
1.5KHz
5KHz
10KHz
120Hz
500Hz
1.5KHz
5KHz
10KHz
120Hz
500Hz
1.5KHz
5KHz
10KHz
120Hz
500Hz
1.5KHz
5KHz
10KHz
120Hz
500Hz
1.5KHz
5KHz
10KHz

+0
+0
+0
+0
+0
-2
-1
+0
+1
+1
+2
+1
+1
+2
+3
+1
+0
+0
+1
+2
+3
+2
+0
+0
+0

8. Alignments
c) .Features
Closed Captions : Off
Sleeptimer :0
7.3 Setup:
Preferences
Picture/sound preferences
Auto surround: On
Feature preferences
Caption service: CC-1
Digital caption service: CS-1
Digital caption options: default
Menu preferences
OSD: Normal
Show emergency alert: always
..
Source
AV1: None
AV2: None
AV3: None
HDMI: None
Side: None
Analog Audio In: AV1
Clock
Auto clock mode: Manual
7.4 Installation:
Language: English
8. DDC DATA
Read the EDID data by 802BT.

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8.2 Software Updrade With Portable Memory


Introduction
Magnavox offers software upgrade capability for your TV using
USB portable memory (not supplied).
After you have completed a software upgrade, your TV will
typically perform better.
What improvements are made depends on the upgrade
software you are using as well as the software your TV
contained before the upgrade. You can execute the
software upgrade procedure yourself.
Be aware that the content of this document is addressing
technical or software skilled users.

Fig. 8-1

Preparing a portable memory (not supplied) for


software upgrade
For the procedure you will require:
A personal computer with web browsing capability.
An archive utility that supports the ZIP-format (e.g.
WinZip for Windowsor StuffIt for Mac OS).
A preferably empty USB memory stick.
Note: Only FAT/DOS-formatted portable memory is supported.

Fig. 8-3

Automatic software upgrade procedure


1. Power off your TV and remove all memory devices.
2. Insert the USB portable memory (not supplied) that contains the
downloaded software upgrade.
3. Switch on your TV with the power switch
at the right side of the
TV.
4. At startup the TV will scan the USB portable memory (not
supplied) until it finds the update content. The TV will
automatically go to the upgrade mode. After a few seconds it will
display the status of the upgrade procedure.
Warning:
You are not allowed to remove the USB portable memory (not
supplied) during the software upgrade procedure!
In case of a power drop during the upgrade procedure, don't
remove the USB portable memory (not supplied) from the TV.
The TV will continue the upgrade as soon as the power comes back.
If you try to upgrade to a software version lower than the
current version, a confirmation will be asked. Down grading to
older software should only be done incase of real necessity.
If an error occurs during the upgrade, you should retry the
procedure or contact your dealer.

New software can be obtained from your dealer or can be


downloaded from the www.usasupport.magnavox.com web site:

Fig. 8-4

Fig. 8-2

1. Go to www.usasupport.magnavox.com using the web


browser on your PC.
2. Follow the procedure to find the information and the software
related to your TV.
3. Select the latest software upgrade file and download it to your PC.
4. Decompress the ZIP-file and copy the file "autorun.upg" to the
root directory of the USB portable memory (not supplied).
Note: Only use software upgrades that can be found on the www.
usasupport.magnavox.com web site.

Verifying the version of the TV software


1. Before starting the software upgrade procedure, it is
advised to check what the current TV software is.
2. Select Software Upgrade in the Installation menu.
Press the cursor right.
The Software Upgrade menu moves to the left panel.
3. Select Current Software Info to observe the version and the
description of the current software.

5. When the software upgrade was successful, remove the USB


portable memory (not supplied) and restart your TV with the
power switch at the right side of the TV.
Your TV will start up with the new software.
Note: Once the upgrade is finished use your PC to remove the TV
software from your USB portable memory (not supplied).

Manual software upgrade procedure


For a manual software upgrade copy the "autorun.upg" file in a
directory called "Upgrades" located in the root of the USB
portable memory (not supplied).
1. Insert the portable memory (not supplied) that contains the
downloaded software upgrade.
2. Select Software Upgrade in the Installation menu. Go to Local
upgrades/applications. The TV will list all compatible images
available on the USB portable memory (not supplied) and display
the data for each selected upgrade image.
3. Select the correct upgrade image and press the red color button to
start the upgrade. Your TV will restart and will automatically go to
the upgrade mode. After a few seconds it will display the status of
the upgrade procedure.
Warning:
If you try to upgrade to a software version equal or lower than the
current version, a confirmation will be asked. Downgrading to older
software should only be done in case of real necessity.

8. Alignments
4. When the software upgrade was successful, remove the USB
portable memory (not supplied) and restart your TV with the
power switch at the right side of the TV. Your TV will start up
with the new software.

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9. Trouble Shooting
Index of this chapter
9.1 Trouble shooting
9.2 Circuit Description
9.3 IC Data Sheets
9.4 Repair Flow Chart

9.1 Trouble Shooting


Symptoms
Ghost or double
images
No power

No picture

No picture and power


switched on
Picture position
adjustment

No photo, music or
video play or in poor
quality only
No sound

Good sound but poor


color or no picture
Snowish picture and
noise
Television not
responding to
remote control

Control of accessory
devices
The software will not
install

Standby
After improper
shutdown
Miscellaneous

Items to Check and Actions to follow


This may be caused by obstruction to the antenna due to high rise buildings or hills.
Using a highly directional antenna may improve the picture.
Check that the TV's AC power cord is plugged into the mains socket.
Unplug the television, wait for 60 seconds. Then re-insert plug into the mains socket
and turn on the television again.
Check antenna connections at the bottom of the TV to see if they are properly connected to the TV.
Possible broadcast station trouble. Try another channel.
Adjust the contrast and brightness settings. Try another auto picture setting.
Check the Closed Captions control. Some TEXT modes could block the screen.
Check if you selected the correct AV source.
Your TV has a protective mode in case there is too much heat build-up. Check the
clearance around the vents of the device to be certain there are no blocking walls or
cabinets which would limit the air flow.
When displaying a High Definition signal from the YPbPr inputs or HDMI input, if necessary, you can
adjust the picture position to the center of the screen with the cursor left/right or up/down buttons on
the remote control. This may be needed due to slight differences in output signals from different brands
and types of HD sources boxes.
Notes: Most High Definition receiver boxes also have picture-positioning controls in their menu
systems. If the TV cursor controls run out of range before the picture is correctly positoned, the
receiver box controls will need to be adjusted.
Check if the source complies with a supported code.
Increase the VOLUME.
Check that the TV is not muted, press the MUTE button on the remote control.
When no signal is detected, the TV automatically switches off the sound. This is proper
operation and does not indicate a malfunction.
Adjust the contrast, color, tint and brightness setting. Try another auto picture setting.
Check the antenna connection.
Check whether the batteries are working. Replace if necessary.
Clean the remote control sensor lens on the monitor.
Operating range between TV and the remote control should not be more than approximately twenty feet.
You can still use the buttons on the right side of your TV.
Check if the remote control is in the correct mode.
The infrared signals of the screen may influence the reception sensibility of other peripherals Solution:
replace the batteries of the remote control of other devices. E.g. keep away a wireless headphone from
within a radius of approximately four feet.
Possibly the operating system is wrong. Go to www.usasupport.magnavox.com to see which operating
systems are supported.

Your TV consumes energy less than 1w in the standby mode.


Energy consumption contributes to air and water pollution.
If your TV has been shutdown in an improper way (e.g. power drop, power cord plug out), starting up the
TV again will take a longer time than usual.
See Extras, Specifications on this CD.

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9.2 Circuit Description


General Description
This LCD TV monitor using FL-2 platform. It can support TV signal. It's output resolution is up to 1366X768 75Hz for WXGA panel.
It can support NTSC from RF, AV0, AV1, AV2 (CVBS and Y/C), YPbPr and RGB, HDMI (DVI via HDMI) , and also have side I/O , support
CVBS/YC and Headphone for User easy used .
It can also support 640 x 480 @60p, 720 x 240 @60p, 720 x 480 @60i, 720 x 480 @60p, 800 x 600 @60p, 1280 x 720 @60p, 1024 x
768 @60p, 1920 x 1080 @60i format input.
This LCD monitor TV use MST51512 as Scaler engine, which has embedded Analog D-sub, digital DVI decoder, scaling input signal for
panel, OSD and simple 3D de-interlace. The extra SDRAM is to accomplish video frame rate conversion and PIP function.

System Description
System Description
- Signal Flows
1. Audio
2. Video
- Picture Improvement
- Power States
ATSC AV Decoding Path

ATSC Audio Decoding Path

ATSC Video Decoding Path(example)

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Sound: PNX3000,PNX2015,PNX8550

Picture Improvement Path

CLUT

Chroma Key
&
Undither

Chroma
Up-sample
Filter

Linear
Interpolator

Histogram
Modification

Luma
Sharpening
Unit

Colour
Features

Mixer

Contrast
Brightness
&Soft-Clip

Opt.Chroma
Down-Sample
4:4:4 4:2:2

Gamma
Correction&
Dither

Horizontal
Sample-Rate
Up-convertor

DCTI

Video/Gfx
Contrast&
Brightness
Matrix

Layer&
Fetch
Control

Formatter

MUX

Pexel Fetch
Unit

ABCL or
Power Meter

9. Trouble Shooting
9.3 IC Data Sheets
9.3.1 IC Data Sheets-uPC3218GV(7T13)

9.3.2 IC Data Sheets-TPA3005D2(7901)

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9.3.3 IC Data Sheets-TS482(7A04)

9.3.4 IC Data Sheets-TDA9970A(7B50)

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9.3.5 IC Data Sheets-M24C02(7B02)


Logic Diagram

DIP, SO and TSSOP Connections

9.3.6 IC Data Sheets-M24C64(7P14)


Logic Diagram

DIP, SO, TSSOP and UFDFPN Connections

9.3.7 IC Data Sheets-TC58DVM82F1(7P80)


PIN ASSIGNMENT

BLOCK DIAGRAM

9. Trouble Shooting
9.3.8 IC Data Sheets-LM324(7A05)
PIN CONFIGURATION

EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT

9.3.9 IC Data Sheets-L5972(7004)


PIN CONNECTION

TEST APPLICATION CIRCUIT

9.3.10 IC Data Sheets-NCP5422A(7U00)


PIN CONNECTIONS

9.3.11 IC Data Sheets-NTX2004(7T22)


PIN ASSIGNMENTS AND DESCRIPTIONS

Application Diagram

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9.3.12 IC Data Sheets-PNX2015(7J00)


Block diagram

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9. Trouble Shooting
9.3.13 IC Data Sheets-PNX3000(7A00)
Block diagram

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9.3.14 IC Data Sheets-PNX8552(7V00)


Block Diagram

9. Trouble Shooting

9. Trouble Shooting
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9.4 Repair Flow Chart


1.No work/LED is off

Check if
power switch is
normal

3.No picture/LED is green

No

Replace Power switch

Yes

Check
power board 1089
pin1,2=16V,pin3=24V,
pin4=1.8V,pin5=
4.6V

Check
power board 1088,
pin1~5=24V,pin6=
2.6V pin7=6.1V

Check power board

Yes
No

Check power board


Check if
working voltage
3Q03=3.3V,3Q27
=3.3V

Yes
Check scaler board1503
pin1=7V,pin3=5.2V,
pin4=4.9V,pin5=7.6V,
pin6=4.8V

No

Check circuit around


each regulator and
eliminate short and
open situation

Yes

Check if clock
source 1H00
2.No raster/picture too
dim

Check
power board 1088,
pin1~5=24V,pin6=
2.6V pin7=6.1V

No

No

Replace 1H00

Yes

No

Check power board

Check if
7J00 RGB,
clk,H/V and DE signal
output 128 bits
TTL

No

Try to replace
flash Rom
EEPROM

Yes
Yes

Check
power board 1089
pin1,2=16V,pin3=24V,
pin4=2.6V,pin5=
6.1V

Check
resistors-network

No

Check power board

Yes
Replace LVDS cable
Yes

Yes
Check scaler board

Replace LCD panel

No

Replace bad resistorsnetwork

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4.No TV sound
6.No remote function

Check if
tuner 1T04 pin12
output IF
signal

No

Replace 1T04

Tty another
remote control

No

Replace one good


remote control

No

Write HDMI code in


7B02

Yes
Yes
Check IR receiver
Check 7A11

7.LED and function


key poor

5.No earthphone sound

Check
7814=16V

No

Eliminate short and open


situation

Check circuit around


control board and cable
between control board
and scaler board

Yes

Check 7901
pin2=ADAC2
pin6=ADAC1

8.No HDMI picture


No

Replace 7901
Check 7B02
has HDMI code

Yes
Replace Side AV Board

Yes
Check Scaler Board

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Model: 26MF231D/37(QDI)

12NC: 8639 000 16765

Mechanical Parts
1
7
30
31
32
33
41
90
91
93
97
98
99
174
181
182
185
187
191
194
197
301
1180

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313815414921
313815414911
313815417421
313815138041
313815414931
313815417332
313815417461
313815162031
313815415521
313815160891
313815415561
313815415571
313815161801
252240189008
313815161781
313815161791
313815321341
313815760751
313815866791

KEY BOARD
BASE ASSY
FRONT BEZEL ASSY
BEZEL
LENS-IR
POWER BUTTON
BACK COVER
MAIN SHIELD
CONTROL BUTTON
GASKET
CAP
BRACKET-AL
DOOR BASE
HEATSINK
IR HOLDER
LED HOLDER
HEAT SINK - BRIGE DIODE
NUT HEX ST BLK
M
HEAT SINK-PW DIODE
HEAT SINK-PW TRANS
INSULATING PLATE
MAIN FRAME ASSY
MAIN FRAME+WIRE ASSY

Packing Parts
450
451
452
453
505

313815642031
313815639402
313815639392
313815640041
313815642031

CARTON
CUSHION-L
CUSHION-R
P.E. BAG(1000 x 600)
CARTON

Accessory
145
1172

313815524271
313818870491

OWNER'S MANUAL
MAINSCORD UL 10A 1M8 DET B

miscellanea
126
129
140
210
289
289
289
289
290
291
293
300
615
615
1176
1185
1186
1251
1252
1253
1254
4444
8001
8088
8402
8403
8410
8901
8902
8M21
8M60

313815569101
313810650281
313800992021
313800992011
313800992011
313800992061
313800992061
313800992061
313800991961
313815569131
313815569161
282206240595
313811709281
313811709381
313923812851
823827717541
823827717541
313815859171
313815859181
313815859191
313815859211
313810650020
313819874741
823827732033
823827732031
823827732034
823827732035
823827732028
823827732029
823827732032
823827732036

RATING LABEL
P.E. BAG (INSTR. BOOK)
PROCESS BOX
PROCESS BOX
PROCESS BOX
PROCESS BOX
PROCESS BOX
PROCESS BOX
PROCESS BOX
LABEL
LABEL
INK CARTRIDGE -EP-T
HEX CODE OF F/W(NO MATL REQ)
HEX CODE OF F/W(NO MATL REQ)
PROD ASSY RC1113125/00B PKD
LSP 8R 5W OPN FU1R O57X126Y
LSP 8R 5W OPN FU1R O57X126Y
DIODE ASSY GBU6J 6051
DIODE ASSY STTH5L06 6052
DIODE ASSY( 6071,6076)
POW TRANS ASSY 7057/ 7062
CD ROM - SERVICE MANUAL
CBLE-390 10/110/10-020 AWG26
CBLE-392 12/230/14-024 AWG26
CBLE-001 2/445/2-012 AWG28
CBLE-130 30/220/30-033 AWG28
CBLE-018 8/480/8-388 AWG28
CBLE FAST/555/2-392 AWG26
CBLE FAST/555/3 -123 AWG26
CBLE-016 6/830/6-016 AWG28
CBLE-014 4/200/4-014 AWG28

LCD Panel
1050

823827718991

TFT-LCD MOD QD26HL02 REV.02

PCB Assy
1053
1054
1055
1056
1057
1058

313815864951
313815864901
313815864911
313815864921
313815864971
313815866211

SCALER PCB ASSY - FL2 26"


POWER PCB ASSY- FL2 26"
SIDE AV PCB ASSY - FL2 26"
IR PCB ASSY- FL2 26"
KEY BOARD ASSY - FL2
USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

PCB Assy
1053 313815864951

SCALER PCB ASSY - FL2 26"

10.Spare Parts List


Various
1001 242202518823
1402 242202518814
1403 242202518804
1410 242202518821
1902 242202518814
1A10 242254944377
1H00 242254301397
1H07 242202503999
1I00
823827733007
1I01
243803100431
1I03
823827733006
1I04
823827733006
1I06
242203300018
1LA0 242254301443
1M16 823827733005
1M21 242202518818
1M60 242202518816
1T01 242254900137
1T04 311229714221
1T11 242254301506
1U01 242208600623

CON V 10P M 2.00


63390
CON V 2P M 2.00
63382
CON V 30P M 1.25 SM 60948
CON V 8P M 2.00
63388
CON V 2P M 2.00
63382
FIL SAW SM 45MHZ75 OFWM1967L
RES XTL SM 27MHZ 18P DSX840
CON V 14P M 2.54 SM 147279
RCA JACK 2X2(WRBY)
SOC MDIN H 4P F
69015
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
SOC HDMI H 19P F SM FLANGE
RES XTL SM 16MHZ 20P DSX840
CON BM H 3P M 2.0 62283
CON V 6P M 2.00
63386
CON V 4P M 2.00
63384
FIL SAW SM 44MHZ X7351P
TUNER TD1336O/FGHP
RES XTL SM 25M14 20P NX8045
FUSE SM T 3A 125V UL

2001
2002
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2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2014
2015
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2407
2421
2501
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2929
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2931
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2935
2936
2937
2938
2A07
2A08
2A09
2A10
2A11
2A13
2A14
2A15
2A16
2A17
2A18
2A19

CER2 1206 X7R 50V 100N PM10


ELCAP SM VEJ 25V S 100U PM20
ELCAP SM VGA 16V S 1000U PM20
ELCAP SM VEJ 35V S 47U PM20 R
CER2 1206 X7R 50V 100N PM10
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 220P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 22N PM10
ELCAP SM VGA 16V S 1000U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 220P PM10
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 22N P8020
CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 5P6 PM0P5
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 5P6 PM0P5
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 3P PM0P25
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP RXW 25V S 1000U PM20 B
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10
ELCAP RXW 25V S 1000U PM20 B
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N PM10
ELCAP SM RV 25V 100U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV 25V 100U PM20
ELCAP SM RV2 25V 10U PM20
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 220P PM5
CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020
CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020
CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020
CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020
CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020
ELCAP SM RVS 50V 1U PM20
ELCAP SM RVS 50V 1U PM20
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 1206 X7R 50V 470N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 1206 X7R 50V 470N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 1206 X7R 50V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10

223858115649
823827736021
823827736023
823827736022
223858115649
223886775221
223858655641
823827736023
223858615614
223858619807
223878619854
222224119876
222224119876
222224119876
202255205893
223886715568
223886715568
223858615623
223858615623
223886715308
223878615649
823827736011
222291016649
823827736011
223858615636
202001293726
223891615649
223891615649
223891615649
223891615649
202001293726
202001293782
223886775221
223878619854
223878619854
223878619854
223878619854
223878619854
202203100242
202203100242
222258015649
823827736029
823827736031
823827736029
223886775101
223886775101
223878615649
223878615649
223886775101
823827736029
223878615649
223891615649
223886775101
823827736031
823827736029
223858115649
223858715627
223858715627
223858715627
223878715641
223878715641
223878715641
223878715641
223878715641
223878715641
223878715641
223878715641
202255205893

2A21
2A23
2A24
2A25
2A26
2A27
2A29
2A31
2A32
2A33
2A34
2A35
2A37
2A38
2A39
2A40
2A41
2A42
2A43
2A44
2A45
2A47
2A49
2A50
2A51
2A52
2A53
2A54
2A55
2A56
2A57
2A58
2A60
2A61
2A62
2A63
2A64
2A65
2A66
2A67
2A68
2A69
2A71
2A73
2A76
2A78
2A79
2A81
2A83
2A84
2A86
2A87
2A90
2A92
2B00
2B01
2B03
2B04
2B10
2B11
2B12
2B13
2B14
2B15
2B16
2B17
2B18
2B19
2B20
2B21
2B22
2B23
2B24
2B25
2B26
2B31
2B32
2B33
2B35
2B36
2B37
2B38
2B39
2B40
2B41
2B45
2B46
2B50
2B51
2B52
2B55

223878715641
223858715627
223886975101
223886975101
223878715641
223878715641
223878615649
223878715641
223878615649
222278015663
222278015663
223878615649
202202000752
223858715623
223878615649
222278015663
222278015663
202202000756
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202255205893
202255205893
223858715616
223878615649
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
222278015663
222278015663
202255205893
222278015663
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
222278015663
222278015663
222278015663
222278015663
222278015663
222278015663
222278015663
202001293803
223886975339
223878615649
202202000902
223886975339
223858715623
222278015663
202255205893
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223891715632
202255205893
223878615649
202202000751
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202255205893
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202202000752
202202000752
222278015663
222278015663
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10


CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 16V 10U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 330P PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 16V 100U PM20
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM LV 16V 100U PM20
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 25V 4N7 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 47U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List


2B56
2B57
2B58
2B59
2B60
2B61
2B62
2B63
2B64
2B65
2B66
2B67
2B68
2B69
2B70
2B71
2B72
2B75
2B76
2B77
2B78
2B79
2B80
2G35
2H00
2H01
2H02
2H03
2H06
2H07
2H08
2H09
2H10
2H11
2H12
2I02
2I03
2I05
2I06
2I07
2I08
2I09
2I0E
2I0F
2I53
2J01
2J03
2J06
2J08
2J10
2J13
2J16
2J18
2J20
2J57
2J76
2L01
2L06
2L07
2L08
2L50
2L51
2L52
2L53
2L54
2L55
2L56
2L57
2L58
2L59
2L60
2L61
2L62
2L63
2L64
2L65
2L66
2L80
2L81
2L82
2L83
2L84
2L85
2L86
2L87
2L88
2L89
2L90
2L91
2L92
2LA0

223886915158
223886915109
202255205893
223886915158
223886915109
202255205893
223886915158
223886915109
202255205893
223886915158
223886915109
202255205893
223886915158
223886915109
202255205893
223886915158
223886915109
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
223878615649
223886975101
223858715623
223878615649
222278015663
223858715623
223858715623
223886915279
223886915279
223878615649
223886975101
222278015663
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975129
223886975101
223886975101
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
222278015663
223858715623
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223858715623
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223858715623
223878615649
223858715623
223858715623
223886975101
223858715623
223858715629
223858715629
225020013667
225020013667
225020013667
225020013667
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223886975101
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
223886915229

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25


CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 12P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10
CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10
CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10
CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10
CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 22P PM5

2LA1
2LA2
2LA4
2LA5
2LA6
2LA8
2LA9
2LB0
2LB1
2LB3
2LB4
2LN2
2LN3
2LN4
2LN5
2LN6
2LN7
2LN8
2LP0
2LP2
2LP3
2LP4
2LP7
2LP8
2LP9
2LR0
2LR2
2LR4
2LR5
2LR6
2LR8
2LR9
2LS5
2LT0
2M80
2M81
2M83
2M84
2M91
2M92
2M93
2M94
2P34
2P35
2P80
2P81
2Q01
2Q03
2Q04
2Q05
2Q06
2Q07
2Q08
2Q09
2Q10
2Q11
2Q12
2Q13
2Q14
2Q15
2Q16
2Q17
2Q18
2Q19
2Q20
2Q21
2Q22
2Q23
2Q24
2Q26
2Q27
2Q28
2Q30
2Q32
2Q33
2Q34
2Q35
2Q37
2Q38
2Q39
2Q42
2Q43
2Q44
2Q45
2Q46
2Q47
2Q48
2Q49
2Q50
2Q51
2Q52

223886915229
223886915109
223878615649
223858715629
223858715629
223858715629
223858715629
223878615649
223878615649
223858715623
223878615649
202202000751
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202202000752
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202202000752
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
222278015663
223878615649
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
202255205893
222278015663
202255205893
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
222278015663
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
823827736027
222278015663
823827736027
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
823827736027
823827736027
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 22P PM5


CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 47U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10

2Q53
2Q54
2Q55
2Q56
2Q57
2Q58
2Q59
2Q60
2Q61
2Q62
2Q63
2Q64
2Q65
2Q66
2Q67
2Q69
2Q70
2Q71
2Q76
2Q77
2Q82
2Q83
2Q84
2Q85
2Q86
2Q87
2Q88
2Q89
2Q90
2Q91
2T10
2T11
2T12
2T13
2T14
2T15
2T16
2T17
2T18
2T19
2T20
2T21
2T22
2T23
2T24
2T25
2T26
2T27
2T30
2T31
2T33
2T34
2T35
2T36
2T37
2T38
2T39
2T40
2T41
2T42
2T43
2T44
2T45
2T46
2T47
2T48
2T49
2T50
2T53
2T54
2T56
2T57
2T58
2T59
2T60
2T61
2T62
2T63
2T64
2T65
2T66
2U09
2U10
2U11
2U12
2U13
2U14
2U15
2U16
2U17
2U18

223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
223878615649
223858715623
223886975101
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223858715623
202203100371
223886975101
223886975101
223858715623
223858715623
823827736027
823827736027
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
222278015663
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
223878615649
222224119876
202255205893
223886915181
223886915181
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
202255205893
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223886975339
223886975339
202255205893
222278015663
202255205893
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
222278015663
202255205893
223878615649
223886915689
223886915689
223886975101
223878615649
222278015663
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
222278015663
222278413681
223878615649

93

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10


CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
ELCAP SM RV 16V 470U PM20
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 50V 1N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 180P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 180P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 68P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 68P PM5
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10

94

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List

2U19
2U20
2U21
2U22
2U23
2U24
2U25
2U26
2U27
2U28
2U29
2U30
2U31
2U32
2U37
2U41
2U46
2U55
2U58
2U61
2U73
2U85
2V00
2V01
2V02
2V16
2V17
2V18
2V19
2V20
2V21
2V22
2V23
2V24
2V25
2V26
2V27
2V28
2V29
2V30
2V31
2V35
2V36
2V37
2V38
2V39
2V40
2V41
2V42
2V43
2V44
2V45

223878615649
223878615649
223858715629
222278413681
223886975101
222278413681
222278413681
223878615649
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
223858715629
223858715629
222278016658
222278015663
222278015663
223878615649
222278015663
222278015663
223858715623
223858715629
223858715623
223858715623
223858715623
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
223878615649
202202000751
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101
223886975101

CER2 0603 X7R 16V


CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 1812 X5R 16V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER2 1812 X5R 16V
CER2 1812 X5R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0805 X7R 16V
CER2 0805 X7R 16V
CER2 0805 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0805 X7R 16V
CER2 0805 X7R 16V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0402 X7R 50V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
CER2 0603 X7R 16V
ELCAP SM RV2 4V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V
CER1 0402 NP0 50V

100N PM10
100N PM10
3N3 PM10
22U PM10
100P PM5
22U PM10
22U PM10
100N PM10
1N PM10
1N PM10
1N PM10
1N PM10
3N3 PM10
3N3 PM10
470N PM10
1U PM10
1U PM10
100N PM10
1U PM10
1U PM10
1N PM10
3N3 PM10
1N PM10
1N PM10
1N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
100N PM10
47U PM20
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5
100P PM5

3001
3002
3003
3004
3005
3006
3007
3008
3009
3011
3012
3013
3014
3015
3405
3411
3412
3421
3501
3502
3503
3504
3505
3506
3507
3508
3509
3510
3511
3512
3513
3901
3902
3903
3904
3905
3906
3907

232270461003
212211805665
232270463002
212211805665
232270463092
232270260221
232270462703
232270570472
232270461003
232270570101
232270465602
232270462203
232270461004
232270260473
232270570102
212211805665
232270461003
232271191032
212211805635
212211805665
212211805665
232270260331
212211805646
232270260279
212211805648
232270260279
232270570101
212211805656
212211805656
232270260331
212211805646
232270296001
232270260124
232270570101
212211805659
232270570101
212211805659
212211805665

RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1


RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC22H 3K PM1
RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC22H 3K09 PM1
RST SM 0603 RC21 220R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC22H 27K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC22H 5K6 PM1
RST SM 0603 RC22H 22K PM1
RST SM 0603 RC22H 100K PM1
RST SM 0603 RC21 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1
RST SM 1206 JUMP. MAX 0R05
RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 330R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 180R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 27R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 270R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 27R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 330R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 180R PM5
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05
RST SM 0603 RC21 120K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K8 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5

3909
3910
3A08
3A10
3A11
3A12
3A13
3A14
3A15
3A17
3A18
3A19
3A20
3A21
3A23
3A24
3A25
3A26
3A27
3A28
3A29
3A30
3A33
3A34
3A35
3A36
3A39
3A41
3A42
3A43
3A44
3A51
3A52
3A60
3A61
3A62
3A63
3B02
3B03
3B04
3B05
3B06
3B07
3B08
3B17
3B18
3B19
3B20
3B50
3B51
3B52
3B53
3B54
3B56
3B57
3B58
3B59
3B60
3B61
3B62
3B65
3B66
3B67
3B68
3B69
3B70
3B71
3B72
3B73
3B74
3B75
3B76
3B80
3B81
3B82
3B83
3B84
3B86
3B87
3B88
3B89
3H02
3H04
3H05
3H06
3H07
3H08
3H10
3H11
3H16
3H17

232270461003
232270260479
232270570183
232270570561
232270570122
232270570122
232270570473
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570181
232270570181
232270570391
232270570471
232270570104
232270570103
232270570684
232270570473
232270570339
232270570339
232270570102
232270570153
232270570339
232270570339
232270570102
232270570153
212211805638
232270570102
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570273
232270570273
232270570471
232270570471
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570103
232270570473
232270570473
232270570101
232270570101
232270570229
232270570103
232270570102
232270570104
232270570331
232270570331
232270570331
232270570102
232270570123
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
232270570101
232270570101
235003311339
232270570471
232270570102
232270570471
232270570102
232270570471
232270570102
232270570471
232270570102
232270570471
232270570102
232270570471
232270570102
232270570102
232270570103
232270570102
232270570103
232270570159
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570229
232270570689
232270570182
232270570182
232270570229
232270570229
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472

RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1


RST SM 0603 RC21 47R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 18K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 560R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 180R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 180R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 390R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 680K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 27K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 27K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 12K PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5

3H18
3H22
3H23
3H25
3H28
3H31
3H32
3H40
3H41
3H50
3H51
3H52
3H53
3H54
3H55
3H56
3H57
3H69
3H70
3H71
3H72
3H73
3H74
3H75
3H79
3H80
3H81
3H82
3H84
3H85
3H86
3H88
3H90
3H94
3H95
3H97
3H98
3H99
3I00
3I01
3I02
3I03
3I04
3I06
3I07
3I08
3I09
3I0A
3I0B
3I0C
3I0D
3I0E
3I0F
3I0G
3I0H
3I0I
3I0J
3I0K
3I0L
3I0M
3I0N
3I0P
3I0Q
3I10
3I11
3I12
3I13
3I60
3I66
3I67
3I68
3I69
3J01
3J07
3J12
3J13
3J16
3J17
3J20
3J21
3J25
3J28
3J40
3J41
3J86
3J92
3J94
3J99
3JA2
3L00
3L01

232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570101
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270675601
232270675601
232270675601
232270675601
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570472
232270570472
232270570101
232270570229
232270570689
232270570101
232270570229
235003311472
235003311472
232270570105
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570472
232270570331
232270570472
232270570101
232270570101
232270570759
232270570759
232270570759
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570104
232270570104
232270570101
232270570104
232270570101
232270570104
232270570759
232270570101
232270570759
232270570101
232270570759
232270570101
232270570759
232270570101
232270570759
232270570759
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570759
232270570101
232270570104
232270570104
232270570221
232270570121
232270570121
232270570689
232270570121
232270570121
232270570103
232270570103
232270570101
232270570752
232270570103
232270570103
232270570472
232270570103
232270570332
232270570473
232270570103
232270570479
232270570121
232270570104
232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5


RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 4K7 PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1M PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 7K5 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 3K3 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List


3L02
3L03
3L10
3L11
3L12
3L13
3L14
3L15
3L20
3L21
3L22
3L38
3L39
3L40
3L41
3L42
3L43
3L44
3L45
3L46
3L47
3L48
3L49
3L50
3L51
3L52
3L56
3L57
3L58
3L59
3L60
3L61
3L62
3L63
3L64
3L65
3L66
3L67
3L68
3L69
3L70
3L71
3L75
3L76
3L77
3L78
3L80
3L81
3L82
3L83
3L89
3L90
3L91
3L92
3L93
3L94
3L95
3L96
3L97
3L98
3L99
3LA0
3LA2
3LA3
3LA4
3LA5
3LA7
3LA9
3LB4
3LB5
3LB7
3LB8
3LB9
3LC0
3LC1
3LC2
3LC3
3LC4
3LC5
3LC6
3LC7
3LC8
3LC9
3LD0
3LD1
3LD2
3LD3
3LD4
3LD5
3LD6
3LD7

232270570103
232270570474
232270570339
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
232270570339
232270570479
232270675601
232270675601
232270671002
232270671002
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570229
232270570101
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
213811201101
232270570103
232270570101
232270570103
232270570101
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570229
232270570102
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570229
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570102
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570104
232270570472
232270570472
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5


RST SM 0402 RC31 470K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 1K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 1K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5

3LD8
3LE1
3LE2
3LE3
3LE4
3LE5
3LE6
3LE7
3LE8
3LE9
3LF0
3LF8
3LG2
3LG3
3LG5
3LG6
3LG7
3LG8
3LG9
3LH0
3LH1
3LH2
3LH3
3LH4
3LH5
3LH6
3LH7
3LH8
3LH9
3LJ0
3LJ1
3LJ2
3LJ3
3LJ5
3LJ6
3LJ7
3LJ8
3LJ9
3LK0
3LK1
3LK2
3LK3
3LK5
3LK6
3LK7
3LK8
3LK9
3LL0
3LL1
3LL2
3LL3
3LL4
3LL5
3LL6
3LL7
3LL8
3LL9
3LM0
3LM2
3LM3
3LM4
3LM5
3LM7
3LN0
3LN1
3LN2
3LN3
3LN4
3LN5
3LN6
3LN7
3LQ6
3LR0
3LR1
3LR2
3LR3
3LR4
3LR9
3LS0
3LS1
3LS2
3LT5
3LT7
3LT9
3LU0
3LU1
3LU2
3LU7
3LU8
3LV7
3LV8

232270570103
213811201101
232270570101
232270570472
232270570472
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570101
232270570101
232270570104
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
213811201101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570103
232270570103
213811201101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570103
232270570103
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570331
232270570181
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
213811201101
232270570339
232270570339
232270570103
213811201101
232270570103
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
232270570681
232270570103
232270570104
232270570473
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570222
232270570102
232270570103
232270570273

RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5


RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 180R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 680R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 2K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 27K PM5

3M00
3M02
3M50
3M51
3M52
3M54
3P37
3P57
3P80
3P81
3P82
3P83
3P84
3P85
3P86
3P88
3Q02
3Q03
3Q04
3Q05
3Q07
3Q08
3Q09
3Q10
3Q11
3Q12
3Q13
3Q14
3Q15
3Q16
3Q17
3Q18
3Q19
3Q20
3Q21
3Q22
3Q23
3Q25
3Q26
3Q27
3Q28
3Q29
3Q34
3Q35
3Q36
3Q37
3Q38
3Q39
3Q40
3Q41
3Q44
3Q48
3Q52
3T10
3T15
3T18
3T20
3T21
3T22
3T23
3T25
3T27
3T28
3T29
3T35
3T36
3T37
3T38
3T39
3T40
3T41
3T42
3T43
3T44
3T45
3T46
3T47
3T48
3T49
3T50
3T51
3T52
3T53
3T54
3T55
3T56
3T57
3T58
3U00
3U01
3U02

232270570103
232270570103
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570109
232270570104
232270570103
232270570103
232270570222
232270570103
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570103
235003311689
232270570472
232270570472
235003311689
235003311689
235003311689
232270570339
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570101
232270570153
232270570153
232270570153
212266200166
232270570229
232270570229
232270570104
232270570153
235003311689
235003311689
232270570472
235003311689
232270570563
235003311689
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
235003311339
232270570339
232270570339
232270570339
235003311689
232270570101
232270570101
232276260479
232270570472
232270570472
232276260479
232270570472
232270570221
232270570221
232270570472
232270570102
232270570472
232270570102
235003311689
235003311689
235003311689
232270673303
232270673303
232270570102
232270570221
232270570822
232270570102
232270570221
232270570473
232270570473
232270570102
232270570472
232270570473
232270570473
232270570101
232270570101
232270570102
232270570102
232270570472
232270570472
232270570101
232270570101
232270570333
232270570333
232270570221

95

RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5


RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 2K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5
PTC SM 3216 6V 0R4 PM
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 56K PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 2512 PRC221 47R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 2512 PRC221 47R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC32 33K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC32 33K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 8K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 33K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5

96
3U03
3U04
3U05
3U06
3U07
3U08
3U09
3U10
3U11
3U12
3U13
3U14
3U15
3U16
3U17
3U18
3U19
3U20
3U21
3U22
3U23
3U24
3U25
3U26
3U27
3U28
3U29
3U30
3U32
3U33
3U37
3U38
3U39
3U42
3U44
3U54
3U55
3U56
3U82
3U83
3U85
3U86
3U87
3U88
3U89
3U90
3U91
3U92
3U93
3U94
3U95
3U96
3U97
3UA1
3UA3
3UA4
3UA5
3UA7
3UA8
3UA9
3V00
3V01
3V02
3V03
3V04
3V05
3V06
3V07
3V08
3V09
3V10
3V11
3V12
3V13
3V14
3V15
3V16
3V17
3V18
3V19
3V20
3V21
3V22
3V23
3V24
3V25
3V32
3V33
3V34
3V35
3V36

TPE1.0U LA
232270570103
232270570223
232270570221
232270570393
232270570682
232270570332
232270570332
232270570102
232270260221
232270570102
232270570682
232270570682
232270570102
232270570472
232270671002
232270570221
232270570223
212211805635
212211805635
232275061009
232270260478
212211805635
232270260228
232270260478
212211805635
232270260228
232270570102
232270570102
232270570103
232270570103
232270570471
232270570682
232270570104
232270570473
232270570473
232270570109
232270570103
232270570102
232270570682
232270570682
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570101
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570103
232270570332
232270570222
232270570682
232270570332
232270570102
232270570222
232270671002
232270570479
232270671002
232270570689
232270570689
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570221
232270570221
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5


RST SM 0402 RC31 22K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 39K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 3K3 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 3K3 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC32 1K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5
RST SM FUSE 1206 10R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 4R7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 2R2 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 4R7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 2R2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 47K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 10K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 3K3 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 2K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 3K3 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 2K2 PM5
RST SM 0402 RC32 1K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 47R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC32 1K PM1
RST SM 0402 RC31 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 68R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5

10.Spare Parts List


3V37
3V38
3V39
3V40
3V41
3V42
3V43
3V78

232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570229
232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31


RST SM 0402 RC31
RST SM 0402 RC31
RST SM 0402 RC31
RST SM 0402 RC31
RST SM 0402 RC31
RST SM 0402 RC31
RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5
22R PM5
22R PM5
22R PM5
22R PM5
22R PM5
22R PM5
1K PM5

5001
5002
5402
5801
5802
5803
5804
5805
5806
5807
5808
5809
5810
5811
5901
5902
5903
5904
5905
5906
5907
5908
5909
5910
5A10
5A11
5A12
5A13
5A14
5A15
5A16
5A17
5A18
5A64
5A65
5B00
5B10
5B11
5B12
5B17
5B18
5B65
5B67
5B69
5B71
5B73
5B75
5H02
5H03
5I02
5J00
5J01
5J02
5J03
5J04
5J05
5J06
5J07
5J10
5J11
5J12
5J50
5J52
5J54
5J56
5J58
5L50
5L51
5L52
5LA1
5LA2
5LA3
5LN0
5LN1
5LN2
5LN3
5LN4
5M00
5Q01
5Q02
5Q03
5Q04

313818875771
313818875771
242254900211
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253595853
242253600782
242254900126
242253600782
242254900126
242254900126
242253600782
242254900126
242253600782
242254900126
243853598058
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242253594565
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242253594568
242253594568
242253594568
242253594568
242253594568
242253594568
242254945325
242254900211
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254945785
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254945325
242254945325
242254945325
242254945325
242254945325
242254900601
242254900211
242254900211
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254900211
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786
242254945786

COI CHOKE 35UH 82M OHM DR10X8


COI CHOKE 35UH 82M OHM DR10X8
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10
IND FXD TSL0808 S 33U PM10
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD TSL0808 S 33U PM10
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD TSL0808 S 33U PM10
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD TSL0808 S 33U PM10
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 80R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD SM 0603 0U56 PM10
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD SM 0603 1U PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 1U PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 1U PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 1U PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 1U PM10
IND FXD SM 0603 1U PM10
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 30R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R

5Q07
5T11
5T20
5T21
5T23
5T24
5T25
5T26
5T27
5T28
5U00
5U02
5U03

242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254900211
242254945786
242254900211
242253600671
242253600779
242253600671

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R


IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R
IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R
IND FXD SM 12575 10U PM20
IND FXD SM 7045 10U PM20
IND FXD SM 12575 10U PM20

6001
6002
6003
6A11
6B20
6B21
6H00
6H01
6H03
6H07
6I00
6I01
6I02
6I08
6I09
6I0A
6I0D
6I0F
6I0H
6I0J
6I0L
6I0N
6I0P
6I0T
6I0V
6I0Y
6I10
6I11
6J01
6J06
6J07
6J08
6U11
6U21
6U22
6U23
6U25

932221745685
932221745685
934054865115
934054945115
934054945115
934054868115
932213446685
934054945115
934054945115
934056610115
934054945115
934056610115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054945115
934054853115
932213446685
934054945115
934045390115
932215008685
934054865115
934054945115
934054945115
934054858115

DIO REC SM SSA34-E3 (VISH)


DIO REC SM SSA34-E3 (VISH)
DIO REG SM PDZ18B (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO REG SM PDZ24B (PHSE)
LED VS SM SML-310MT (RHM0)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAV99S (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAV99S (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO REG SM PDZ5.6B (PHSE)
LED VS SM SML-310MT (RHM0)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM 1PS76SB10 (PHSE)
DIO REG SM BZX384-C9V1-V
DIO REG SM PDZ18B (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO SIG SM BAS316 (PHSE)
DIO REG SM PDZ9.1B (PHSE)

7001
7002
7003
7004
7005
7411
7501
7502
7503
7504
7901
7902
7A00
7A04
7A05
7A08
7A10
7A11
7A14
7A15
7A16
7A17
7B02
7B20
7B25
7B45
7B50
7J00
7J01
7J02
7J07
7J08
7J10
7L50
7LA7
7LA7
7LB2
7LB5
7M01

932217440685
932217440685
823827737006
932219076668
934042520115
932217743685
933769900215
933769900215
933589600215
933589600215
932222035668
932217440685
935276755557
932218767668
932218574668
934021770115
934021770115
934021770115
934021930115
934021850115
934021930115
934021770115
932220625668
934021770115
932221341685
932213445668
823827737008
935280665557
934021770115
934042530115
934021770115
932220410685
934021770115
823827737009
313815866731
932220645668
934042520115
934021770115
934021770115

TRA SIG SM KRC102S (KEC0)


TRA SIG SM KRC102S (KEC0)
IC L5973D
IC SM L5972D
(ST00)
TRA SIG SM BC847BS (PHSE)
IC SM LM810M3-4.0 NOPB (NSC0)
TRA SIG SM BC857C (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC857C (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847C (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847C (PHSE)
IC SM TPA3005D2PHP (TI00)
TRA SIG SM KRC102S (KEC0)
IC SM PNX3000HL/N3 (PHSE)
IC SM TS482IS
(ST00)
IC SM LM324P
(ST00)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC817-25W (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC857BW (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC817-25W (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
IC SM M24C02-WDW6P (ST00)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
IC SM LD3985M18
(ST00)
IC SM LD1117DT33
(ST00)
IC SM TDA9970AHS/8/C102
IC SM PNX2015E/M1E03 (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BPN (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
FET POW SM SI3441BDV-E3(VISH)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
IC SM 8Mx16 DDR400 SDRAM
MEMORY FLASH ASSY(7LA7)
IC SM M25P05-AVMN6P (ST00)
TRA SIG SM BC847BS (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List


7M05
7M06
7P14
7P14
7P15
7P16
7P17
7P18
7P80
7P80
7T10
7T12
7T13
7T20
7T21
7T22
7U00
7U01
7U03
7U05
7U07
7U10
7U13
7U15
7U24
7U25
7U27
7U28
7V00
7V01
7V02

932221343685
932221804685
313815866761
932220622668
935175000118
934044140115
934044140115
934043510115
313815866741
932220661671
932220258668
934021770115
932221084685
934042530115
932216375685
932221168668
932220746668
932216070668
932216070668
934042520115
934021930115
934042510115
934042530115
934042520115
934021770115
932216070668
932219216685
934057587118
935280338557
823827737005
823827737005

PCB Assy
1054 313815864901

IC SM LD3985M33
(ST00)
IC SM LD3985M122
(ST00)
SERIAL IIC EEPROM ASSY(7P14)
IC SM M24C64-WDW6P (ST00)
IC SM 74HC4066PW
(PHSE)
TRA SIG SM PDTC114EU (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM PDTC114EU (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM PDTA114EU (PHSE)
NAND EEPROM ASSY(7P80)
IC SM TC58DVM82F1TGI0 (TOSJ)
IC SM LD1117DT50
(ST00)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
IC SM UPC3218GV-A (NEC0)
TRA SIG SM BC847BPN (PHSE)
FET POW SM SI2306DS-E3 (VISH)
IC SM NXT2004
(ATI0)
IC SM NCP5422ADG
(ONSE)
FET POW SM SI4936ADY-E3(VISH)
FET POW SM SI4936ADY-E3(VISH)
TRA SIG SM BC847BS (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC817-25W (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC857BS (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BPN (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BS (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847BW (PHSE)
FET POW SM SI4936ADY-E3(VISH)
IC SM TS2431AI
(ST00)
FET POW SM PHD38N02LT (PHSE)
IC SM PNX8552EH/M2/S1 (PHSE)
16MX16 DDR400 SDRAM
16MX16 DDR400 SDRAM

POWER PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

Various
1051 823827732037
1052 242208600208
1071 243803100099
1088 242202518904
1089 242202518903

AC INLET WITH 6TS CORE


FUSE 5X20 HT 4A 250V IEC
CON V 2P M 2.50
63171
CON V 12P M 2.50
64842
CON V 10P M 2.50
64840

2051
2052
2053
2054
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069
2070
2071
2072
2073
2074
2076
2078
2079
2080
2081
2082
2085
2086
2087
2088
2091
2092

202233000078
823827736052
823827736052
202233000078
823827736017
222291019856
222224119876
223858015636
223891015649
202203100434
202055790153
242254900746
242254900746
242254900746
223858015643
202202000913
202202001007
203803527303
242254900746
223891015649
202055490158
223858015627
203830150151
202203100387
223858015649
202233300417
202203100362
202203100362
202203100281
223858015636
223858015623
202203100345
223858015636
223891015649
223891015649
223891015649

CAP MPP 275V S 470N PM10


SAFETY Y-CAP 470P
SAFETY Y-CAP 470P
CAP MPP 275V S 470N PM10
MPP 2U2 450V
CER2 0805 Y5V 25V 330N P8020
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10
ELCAP PL 450V S 120U PM20
CER2 DC B 500V S 2N2 PM10
SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA
SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA
SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 33N PM10
ELCAP SM 25V S 4U7 PM20
ELCAP SM 25V S 68U PM20
ELCAP KM 25V S 47U PM20
SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CERSAF CD 250V S 2N2 PM20
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10
CAP PP PPN 100V S 10N PM2
ELCAP EB 25V S 2200U PM20
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 100N PM10
CAP PP PPN 100V S 12N PM5
ELCAP LZ 35V S 1000U PM20
ELCAP LZ 35V S 1000U PM20
ELCAP PF 50V S 22U PM20
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 1N PM10
ELCAP KM 100V S 0U47 PM20
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10

3049
3050
3051
3052
3053
3054
3055
3056
3057
3058
3059
3060

213811201472
232271161223
232271161274
232271161274
232271161274
232271161824
232271161824
232273061822
213811201333
212210101515
212010500027
232271161333

RST SM 0805 RC05 4K7 PM5


RST SM 1206 RC01 22K PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 270K PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 270K PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 270K PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 820K PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 820K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC11 8K2 PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 33K PM5
RST CRB CF1/6 A 390R PM5
RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R15 PM1
RST SM 1206 RC01 33K PM5

3061
3062
3063
3064
3065
3066
3067
3068
3069
3070
3071
3072
3073
3074
3075
3076
3077
3078
3079
3080
3081
3082
3083
3084
3085
3086
3087
3088
3089
3090
3091
3092
3093
3094
3095
3096
3097
3098
3099

212210102173
213811201689
232271161108
232273463304
232273463304
232273463304
232273466201
232273465602
823827718921
213811201102
823827736025
823827718171
232273061105
213811201224
213811201102
213811201471
232273061274
232273061394
213811201102
213811201103
212010500027
232273061151
212210102173
213811201222
213811201102
232273061152
213810113224
213811201229
213811201222
232273461002
232273461803
213811201101
213810113472
213811201473
232273462202
232273061223
232273061223
213811201103
232273061105

RST CRB CF1/6 A 2R2 PM5


RST SM 0805 RC05 68R PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 1R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1
RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1
RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1
RST SM 0805 RC12H 620R PM1
RST SM 0805 RC12H 5K6 PM1
VDR DC 1MA1532V SMAX 930V R
RST SM 0805 RC05 1K PM5
NTC 1R5
VDR DC 1MA/510 845V R
RST SM 0805 RC11 1M PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 220K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 1K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 470R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC11 270K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC11 390K PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 1K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 10K PM5
RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R15 PM1
RST SM 0805 RC11 150R PM5
RST CRB CF1/6 A 2R2 PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 2K2 PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 1K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC11 1K5 PM5
RST CRB CFR-12 A 220K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 22R PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 2K2 PM5
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K PM1
RST SM 0805 RC12H 18K PM1
RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5
RST CRB CFR-12 A 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 47K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC12H 2K2 PM1
RST SM 0805 RC11 22K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC11 22K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC05 10K PM5
RST SM 0805 RC11 1M PM5

5051
5052
5053
5055
5056
5057
5058
5059
5060
5061
5062
5071
5072
5073
5074
5076
5077
5078
5079
5080

823827732048
313816872621
313816872621
242254900791
313816874511
313816874511
313816872621
313816874511
313816874511
242253601152
823827732049
242254900503
313816872621
313816872621
242253601105
313816872621
313816872621
313816872621
242253601105
242253601187

LINE FILTER RING CORE


BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
FIL PFC 430UH 0R19 LS-PH04
FERRITE BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
FERRITE BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
IND FXD SPT0305 A 8U2 PM10
ET28 LINE FILTER
TFM SMT LAYER HJC-S4143 WIRE
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R017 S50150
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R017 S50150
IND FXD OL1028H S 15U PM10

6051
6052
6053
6055
6056
6061
6062
6063
6064
6065
6066
6067
6071
6072
6073
6074
6075
6076
6077
6078
6081

931900263671
932220958687
933952580685
932214069673
932222860673
933952580685
933751660673
933952580685
933751660673
933952580685
933751660673
932222228673
932219930687
933952580685
933952580685
933117810133
933166930133
932219203687
933952580685
933117720133
933166930133

BRIDGE GBU6J-E3
(VISH)
DIO REC STTH5L06FP (ST00)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO SUP P6KE250A A (VISH)
DIO REC STTH110
(ST00)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO REC RGP10D-E3 A (VISH)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO REC RGP10D-E3 A (VISH)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO REC RGP10D-E3 A (VISH)
DIO SUP P4KE16A-E3 (VISH)
DIO REC MBRF10H100CT-E3(VISH)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO REG BZX79-C12 A (PHSE)
DIO REG BZX79-B18 A (PHSE)
DIO REC STPS20H100CFP (ST00)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH)
DIO REG BZX79-C5V1 A (PHSE)
DIO REG BZX79-B18 A (PHSE)

7056
7057
7061
7062
7063
7071
7072
7073

823827717551
932217923687
935267356112
932219657687
933179570126
932222181687
932214014667
932208697676

PFC CONTROLLER IC
FET POW STP20NM60 (ST00)
IC TEA1507P/N1
(PHSE)
FET POW STP10NK80ZFP (ST00)
TRA SIG BC328-40
(PHSE)
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00)
OPT CP TCET1103(G) (VISH)
IC TL431ACZ
S (ST00)

7074
7075
7076
7077
7078

932214014667
933259350126
933737040676
933628680215
933589600215

97

OPT CP TCET1103(G) (VISH)


TRA SIG BF422
(PHSE)
TRA SIG TBC547C
(TOSJ)
TRA SIG SM BC858C (PHSE)
TRA SIG SM BC847C (PHSE)

PCB Assy
1055 313815864911

SIDE AV PCB ASSY - FL2 26"

Various
1626 242202605795
1627 242202605546
1628 242202605768
1630 242202518892

SOC MDIN V 4P F SH 1471-P41


SOC CINCH H 3P F 1L3 YEWHRD
SOC PHONE V 1P F 3.5 ST BK
CON H 8P M 2.50
69078

2621
2622
2623
2624
2625
2626

223886715331
223886715331
223886715331
223886715331
223858615634
223858615634

CER1 0603 NP0 50V


CER1 0603 NP0 50V
CER1 0603 NP0 50V
CER1 0603 NP0 50V
CER2 0603 X7R 50V
CER2 0603 X7R 50V

3621
3622
3623
3624
3627
3628
3629
3630

232270260279
232270260479
232270260279
232270260479
212211805656
212211805675
212211805656
212211805675

RST SM 0603 RC21 27R PM5


RST SM 0603 RC21 47R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 27R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 47R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 27K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC0603 27K PM5

5621
5622

242253595853
242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10


IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10

330P PM5
330P PM5
330P PM5
330P PM5
6N8 PM10
6N8 PM10

PCB Assy
1056 313815864921

IR PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

Various
1902 242202518814
1903 242212800116
1904 242212800116
1906 242212800116
1909 242202518896
1910 823827733014

CON V 2P M 2.00
63382
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5
CON H 6P M 2.00
63366
SWI TACT h=9.5 BK 100G SFKH B

2901
2902
2903

223878615649
223878615649
223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10


CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10

3901
3902
3904

232270260101
212211805665
232270260221

RST SM 0603 RC21 100R PM5


RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 220R PM5

6901
6901
6902
6902

313815862261
932220313667
313815862171
932214603682

IR + HOLDER ASSY
IR RECEIVER TSOP34136SB1
LED + HOLDER ASSY
LED VS L-3WYGW
(KIEL)

7901

933628680215

TRA SIG SM BC858C

(PHSE)

PCB Assy
1057 313815864971

KEY BOARD ASSY - FL2

Various
1903 242212800116
1904 242212800116
1906 242212800116
1907 242212800116
1908 242212800116
1921 823827716481

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V


SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V
CON BM H2P M1.25

2904

223858615636

CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N PM10

3906
3907
3909
3910
3911

232270260681
232270260391
232270260202
232270260201
232270260112

RST SM 0603 RC21 680R PM5


RST SM 0603 RC21 390R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 2K PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 200R PM5
RST SM 0603 RC21 1K1 PM5

1MM5
1MM5
1MM5
1MM5
1MM5

PCB Assy
1058 313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

Various
1872 242202518875
1971 242202519024

SOC USB H 4P F 2.0


5401
CON H 4P M 2.00
63364

98

TPE1.0U LA

Model:42MF431D/37(AUO)
Item

Philips 12NC

10.Spare Parts List


12NC:8639 000 17195

Description

LCD Panel
1050 823827720931

TFT-LCD MOD T420XW01 V0

Mechanical Parts
0030 313815761531

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

0031 313815418501

BEZEL

0032 313815418521

DECO FRONT LOWER

0033 313815417561

LENS

0034 313815417571

CONTROL BUTTON

0040 313815761541

BACK COVER ASSY

0041 313815418561

PCB ASSY

2924 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2925 823827736031

CER2 1206 X7R 50V 470N PM10 R

2926 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2927 223886775101

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2928 223886775101

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

1053 313815868221

SCALER PCB ASSY

2929 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

1054 313815866991

POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")

2930 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

1056 313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

2931 223886775101

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

1057 313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

2932 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

1058 313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

2933 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

BACK COVER

2934 223891615649

CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

0042 313815138411

KENSINGTON PLATE

2935 223886775101

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

0050 313815761551

BASE ASSY

2936 823827736031

CER2 1206 X7R 50V 470N PM10 R

0090 313815761571

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

2937 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

0091 313815138441

MAIN FRAME - L

2938 223858115649

CER2 1206 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R

0092 313815138451

MAIN FRAME - R

2A07 223858715627

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10 R

0107 313815417551

POWER BUTTON

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10 R

0340 313815138431

MAIN SHIELD

0462 313815417891

SMALL PLASTIC HANDLE

Packing Parts
0129 313810650281

P.E. BAG (INSTR. BOOK)

0137 313815642221

CABLE BOX

0138 313815641621

P.E. BAG(100 X 70)

0139 313815636362

P.E.BAG 275x320 mm

0147 313815642311

BARRIER

0450 313815642761

CARTON - TOP

0451 313815642711

CUSHION - TOP - L

0452 313815642721

CUSHION - TOP -R

0453 313815642731

CUSHION-BTM-A-L

0454 313815642741

CUSHION-BTM-A-R

0455 313815642851

CUSHION-BTM-B-L

0456 313815642841

CUSHION-BTM-B-R

0457 313815642701

CARTON - BOTTOM

0458 313815640551

P.E. BAG

0463 313815642871

CUSHION - TOP/MID

0505 313815642761

CARTON - TOP

0506 313815642861

SLEEVE

Accessory
0145 313815524701

OWNER'S MANUAL

1172 313818870491

MAINSCORD UL 10A 1M8 DET BK

1176 313923812851

PROD ASSY RC1113125/00B PKD

1185 823827732122

LSP BOX 8R 10W-R(PE252AS-RG)

1186 823827732121

LSP BOX 8R 10W-L (PE252AS-LG)

Miscellanea
0093 313815162181

AL FOIL (230 X 80)

0094 313815162191

AL FOIL (80 X 40)

0095 313815321871

HEAT PAD

0096 313815162241

AL FOIL (120 X 82)

0101 313815138461

BKT - TOP

0102 313815138471

BKT-BOTTOM

0103 313815138481

BKT - L

0104 313815138491

BKT - R

0105 313815162211

SCALAR HEAT SINK

0114 313815321921

HEAT PAD (25 X 25X 3t)

0115 313815321771

HEAT PAD 35X35X3

0116 313815321781

HEAT PAD 16X16X3

0126 313815570181

RATING LABEL

0133 313501512031

WARRANTY LABEL

0134 312123522581

In-Box Brochure Marketing Mate

0140 313800992021

PROCESS BOX

0141 313815524671

QUICK SETUP GUIDE - ENG.

0143 313815522911

MAGNAVOX WARRANTY CARD

0144 313815524681

QUICK SETUP GUIDE-CANAD.FRE.

0146 313815569641

ENERGY STAR LABEL

0203 313815321981

HEAT PAD ( 70 X 20 X 3t )

0300 282206240595

INK CARTRIDGE -EP-T

1192 823827732127

CBLE 489 4/190/3+2 -12 A24

8063 823827732117

CBLE 333392 12/700/12 -022 A26

8088 823827732119

CBLE 333392 12/220/14 -024 A26

8402 823827732118

CBLE 346001 2/520/2 330012 A28

8410 823827732116

CBLE 330018 8/410/8 333388 A28

8M21 823827732066

CBLE -016 6/920/6 -016 AWG28

8M60 823827732036

CBLE-014 4/200/4-014 AWG28

PCB ASSY
1053 313815868221

SCALER PCB ASSY

Various
0289 313800992011

PROCESS BOX

2A08 223858715627

0291 313815570141

LABEL

2A09 223858715627

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10 R

0293 313815570151

LABEL - EEPROM - AUO

2A10 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

0615 313811709751

Hex code of F/W (NO MAT'L REQ)

2A11 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

0615 313811709741

Hex code of F/W (NO MAT'L REQ)

2A13 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1001 242202518823

CON V 10P M 2.00

63390 B

2A14 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1402 242202518814

CON V 2P M 2.00

63382 B

2A15 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1403 242202518804

CON V 30P M 1.25 SM

2A16 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1410 242202518821

CON V 8P M 2.00

63388 B

2A17 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1902 242202518814

CON V 2P M 2.00

63382 B

2A18 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1A10 242254944377

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

1H07 823827733015

FIL SAW SM 45MHZ75 OFWM1967L R 2A19 202255205893


RES XTL SM 27MHZ 10P HSX840GA
2A21 223878715641
CON V 14P M 2.54 SM 60354
2A23 223858715627

1I00

823827733007

RCA JACK 2X2(WRBY)

2A24 223886915279

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R

1I01

243803100431

SOC MDIN H 4P F

2A25 223886915279

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R

1I03

823827733018

RCA JACK 3X2 (RGBWRY)

2A26 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1I04

823827733018

RCA JACK 3X2 (RGBWRY)

2A27 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1I06

823827733021

SOC HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE

2A29 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

1LA0 242254301443

RES XTL SM 16MHZ 20P DSX840 R

2A31 223878715641

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R

1M16 823827733005

CON BM H 3P M 2.0 62283

2A32 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

1M21 242202518818

CON V 6P M 2.00

63386 B

2A33 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

1M60 242202518816

CON V 4P M 2.00

63384 B

2A34 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

1T01 242254900137

FIL SAW SM 44MHZ

X7351P R

2A35 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

1T04 311229714491

TUNER TD1336/FGHP

2A37 202202000752

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20 R

1T11 823827736073

RES XTL SM 25M14Hz 12P HSX840A

2A38 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1U01 242208600623

FUSE SM

2A39 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2A40 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2001 223858115649

CER2 1206 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R

2A41 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2002 823827736021

ELCAP SM VEJ 25V S 100U PM20 R

2A42 202203100371

ELCAP SM RV 16V 470U PM20 R

2006 823827736023

ELCAP SM VGA 16V S 1000U PM20R

2A43 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2007 823827736022

ELCAP SM VEJ 35V S 47U PM20 R

2A44 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2008 223858115649

CER2 1206 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R

2A45 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2009 223886775221

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 220P PM5 R

2A47 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2010 223858655641

CER2 0603 X7R 50V 22N PM10 R

2A49 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

2011 823827736023

ELCAP SM VGA 16V S 1000U PM20R

2A50 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2014 223858015614

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 220P PM10 R

2A51 202055295817

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2015 223858619807

CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 22N P8020 R

2A52 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2406 223878619854

CER2 0603 Y5V 16V 220N P8020 R

2A53 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2407 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

2A54 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

2421 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

2A55 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2422 222278119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 16V 10U P8020 R

2A56 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2508 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2A57 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2509 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

2A58 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2901 823827736011

ELCAP RXW 25V S 1000U PM20 B

2A60 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2902 222291016649

CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

2A61 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2903 823827736011

ELCAP RXW 25V S 1000U PM20 B

2A62 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2908 202001293726

ELCAP SM RV 25V 100U PM20 R

2A63 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2909 223891615649

CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

2A64 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2910 223891615649

CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

2A65 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2911 223891615649

CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

2A66 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2912 223891615649

CER2 0603 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

2A67 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2913 202001293726

ELCAP SM RV 25V 100U PM20 R

2A68 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2914 202001293782

ELCAP SM RV2 25V 10U PM20 R

2A69 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2915 223886775221

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 220P PM5 R

2A71 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2916 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2A73 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2917 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2A76 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2918 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2A78 202001293803

ELCAP SM RV2 16V 100U PM20 R

2919 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2A79 223886975339

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R

2920 823827736029

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R

2A81 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2921 202203100242

ELCAP SM RVS 50V 1U PM20 R

2A83 202202000902

ELCAP SM LV 16V 100U PM20 R

2922 202203100242

ELCAP SM RVS 50V 1U PM20 R

2A84 223886975339

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R

2923 222258015649

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R

2A86 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1H00 823827736071

T 3A

60948 R

69015 B

125V UL R

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 22N PM10 R


CER2 0402 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10 R

1N PM10 R

1N PM10 R

1N PM10 R

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List

99

2A87 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2I06

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LR0 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2A90 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2I07

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LR2 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2A92 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

2I08

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LR4 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B00 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2I09

223886975129

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 12P PM5 R

2LR5 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B01 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2I0E

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LR6 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B03 223891715632

CER2 0402 X7R 25V 4N7 PM10 R

2I0F

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LR8 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B04 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2I53

223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2LR9 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B10 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J01 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2LS5 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B11 202202000751

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 47U PM20 R

2J03 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2LT0 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

2B12 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J06 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M80 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B13 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J08 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M81 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2B14 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J10 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M83 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2B15 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J13 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M84 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2B16 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J16 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M91 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2B17 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J18 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M92 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

2B18 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J20 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M93 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2B19 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J57 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2M94 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

2B20 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2J76 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2P34 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B21 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L01 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2P35 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B22 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L06 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2P80 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B23 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L07 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2P81 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B24 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L08 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q01 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2B25 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L50 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q03 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2B26 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L51 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q04 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B31 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L52 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q05 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B32 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L53 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q06 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B33 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L54 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q07 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B35 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L55 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2Q08 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B36 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L56 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q09 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B37 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L57 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q10 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B38 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L58 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q11 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B39 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2L59 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2Q12 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B40 202202000752

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20 R

2L60 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q13 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B41 202202000752

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20 R

2L61 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q14 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B45 202055296895

CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R

2L62 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q15 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B46 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2L63 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2Q16 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2B50 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L64 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q17 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2B51 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L65 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

2Q18 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2B52 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L66 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

2Q19 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2B55 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L80 225020013667

CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10 R

2Q20 823827736027

CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R

2B56 223886915158

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25 R

2L81 225020013667

CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10 R

2Q21 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

2B57 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2L82 225020013667

CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10 R

2Q22 823827736027

CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R

2B58 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L83 225020013667

CER2 0805 X5R 6V3 2U2 PM10 R

2Q23 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

2B59 223886915158

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25 R

2L84 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q24 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B60 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2L85 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q26 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B61 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L86 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q27 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B62 223886915158

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25 R

2L87 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q28 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B63 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2L88 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2Q30 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B64 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L89 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q32 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B65 223886915158

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25 R

2L90 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q33 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B66 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2L91 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q34 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B67 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2L92 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2Q35 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B68 223886915158

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25 R

2LA0 223886915229

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 22P PM5 R

2Q37 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B69 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2LA1 223886915229

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 22P PM5 R

2Q38 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B70 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LA2 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2Q39 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B71 223886915158

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 1P5 PM0P25 R

2LA4 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q42 823827736027

CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R

2B72 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

2LA5 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

2Q43 823827736027

CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R

2B75 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LA6 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

2Q44 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B76 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LA8 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

2Q45 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B77 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LA9 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

2Q46 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B78 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LB0 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q47 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B79 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LB1 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q48 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2B80 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2LB3 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2Q49 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2G35 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2LB4 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q50 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H00 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LN2 202202000751

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 47U PM20 R

2Q51 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H01 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2LN3 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q52 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H02 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2LN4 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q53 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H03 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2LN5 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q54 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H06 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2LN6 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q55 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H07 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2LN7 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q56 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2H08 223886975478

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 4P7 PM0P25 R

2LN8 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q57 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2H09 223886975478

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 4P7 PM0P25 R

2LP0 202202000752

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20 R

2Q58 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2H10 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2LP2 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q59 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2H11 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LP3 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q60 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2H12 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2LP4 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q61 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2I02

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LP7 202202000752

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 100U PM20 R

2Q62 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2I03

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LP8 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q63 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2I05

223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2LP9 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2Q64 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

1U PM10 R

1N PM10 R

1N PM10 R

1N PM10 R

1N PM10 R

1U PM10 R

1U PM10 R
1U PM10 R

1U PM10 R
1U PM10 R

1N PM10 R

100

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List

2Q65 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2U18 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3907 212211805665

RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5 R

2Q66 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2U19 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3909 232270461003

RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1 R

2Q67 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

2U20 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3910 232270260479

RST SM 0603 RC21

47R PM5 R

2Q69 202203100371

ELCAP SM RV 16V 470U PM20 R

2U21 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

3A08 232270570183

RST SM 0402 RC31

18K PM5 R

2Q70 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2U22 823827736076

CER2 1812 X7R 16V 33U PM20 R

3A10 232270570561

RST SM 0402 RC31 560R PM5 R

2Q71 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

2U23 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3A11 232270570122

RST SM 0402 RC31

2Q76 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2U24 823827736076

CER2 1812 X7R 16V 33U PM20 R

3A12 232270570122

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K2 PM5 R

2Q77 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2U25 202055296895

CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R

3A13 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

2Q82 823827736027

CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R

2U26 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A14 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2Q83 823827736027

CER2 0805 X7R 10V 4U7 PM10 R

2U27 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A15 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2Q84 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U28 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A17 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2Q85 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U29 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A18 232270570181

RST SM 0402 RC31 180R PM5 R

2Q86 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U30 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A19 232270570181

RST SM 0402 RC31 180R PM5 R

2Q87 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2U31 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

3A20 232270570391

RST SM 0402 RC31 390R PM5 R

2Q88 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2U32 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

3A21 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2Q89 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2U37 222278016658

CER2 0805 X7R 16V 470N PM10 R

3A23 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

2Q90 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

2U41 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3A24 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

2Q91 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U46 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3A25 232270570684

RST SM 0402 RC31 680K PM5 R

2T10 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U55 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A26 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

2T11 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U58 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3A27 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

2T12 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U61 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3A28 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

2T13 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U73 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A29 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2T14 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2U85 223858715629

CER2 0402 X7R 50V 3N3 PM10 R

3A30 232270570153

RST SM 0402 RC31

15K PM5 R

2T15 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V00 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A33 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

2T16 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

2V01 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A34 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

2T17 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V02 223858715623

CER2 0402 X7R 50V

1N PM10 R

3A35 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2T18 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V16 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A36 232270570153

RST SM 0402 RC31

15K PM5 R

2T19 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V17 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A39 212211805638

RST SM 0603 RC0603 33R PM5 R

2T20 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V18 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A41 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2T21 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V19 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A42 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2T22 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V20 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A43 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2T23 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V21 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A44 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2T24 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

2V22 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A51 232270570273

RST SM 0402 RC31

27K PM5 R

2T25 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V23 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A52 232270570273

RST SM 0402 RC31

27K PM5 R

2T26 223886915181

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 180P PM5 R

2V24 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A60 232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

2T27 223886915181

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 180P PM5 R

2V25 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A61 232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

2T30 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V26 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A62 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T31 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V27 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3A63 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T33 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V28 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3B02 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T34 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V29 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3B03 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T35 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

2V30 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3B04 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2T36 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V31 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3B05 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

2T37 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V35 202202000751

ELCAP SM RV2 4V 47U PM20 R

3B06 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

2T38 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V36 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B07 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T39 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V37 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B08 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T40 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V38 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B17 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

2T41 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V39 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B18 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2T42 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V40 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B19 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2T43 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V41 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B20 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

2T44 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V42 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B50 232270570331

RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5 R

2T45 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V43 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B51 232270570331

RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5 R

2T46 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V44 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B52 232270570331

RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5 R

2T47 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2V45 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3B53 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2T48 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3B54 232270570123

RST SM 0402 RC31

12K PM5 R

2T49 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3001 232270260472

RST SM 0603 RC21

4K7 PM5 R

3B56 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

2T50 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3003 232270463002

RST SM 0603 RC22H

3K PM1 R

3B57 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

2T53 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

3004 212211805665

RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5 R

3B58 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

2T54 223886915109

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R

3005 232270463092

RST SM 0603 RC22H 3K09 PM1 R

3B59 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

2T56 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

3006 232270260221

RST SM 0603 RC21 220R PM5 R

3B60 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T57 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3007 232270462703

RST SM 0603 RC22H 27K PM1 R

3B61 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

2T58 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

3008 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

3B62 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

2T59 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

3009 232270461003

RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1 R

3B65 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2T60 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3011 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3B66 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

2T61 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3012 232270465602

RST SM 0603 RC22H 5K6 PM1 R

3B67 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2T62 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3013 232270462203

RST SM 0603 RC22H 22K PM1 R

3B68 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

2T63 202255205893

CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R

3014 232270464703

RST SM 0603 RC22H 47K PM1 R

3B69 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2T64 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3015 232270260223

RST SM 0603 RC21

22K PM5 R

3B70 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

2T65 223886915689

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 68P PM5 R

3405 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3B71 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2T66 223886915689

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 68P PM5 R

3411 212211805665

RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5 R

3B72 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

2U09 223886975101

CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R

3412 232270461003

RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1 R

3B73 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2U10 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3421 232271161108

RST SM 1206 RC01

3B74 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

2U11 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

3509 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3B75 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

2U12 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3901 232270296001

RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R

3B76 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

2U13 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3902 232270260124

RST SM 0603 RC21 120K PM5 R

3B80 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2U14 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3903 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3B81 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2U15 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

3904 232270260682

RST SM 0603 RC21

3B82 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

2U16 222278015663

CER2 0805 X7R 16V

1U PM10 R

3905 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3B83 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

2U17 202055296895

CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R

3906 232270260682

RST SM 0603 RC21

3B84 232270570159

RST SM 0402 RC31

15R PM5 R

1N PM10 R

1U PM10 R

1U PM10 R

4K7 PM5 R

1R PM5 R

6K8 PM5 R
6K8 PM5 R

1K2 PM5 R

10K PM5 R

1K PM5 R
1K PM5 R
1K PM5 R
1K PM5 R
1K PM5 R
1K PM5 R

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List

101

3B86 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3I11

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L90 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3B87 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3I12

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L91 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3B88 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3I13

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L92 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3B89 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3I60

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L93 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3H02 232270570689

RST SM 0402 RC31

68R PM5 R

3I66

232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3L94 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3H04 232270570182

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K8 PM5 R

3I67

232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3L95 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3H05 232270570182

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K8 PM5 R

3I68

232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3L96 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3H06 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3I69

232270570121

RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5 R

3L97 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3H07 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3J01 232270570121

RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5 R

3L98 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3H08 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J07 232270570689

RST SM 0402 RC31

68R PM5 R

3L99 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3H10 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J12 232270570121

RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5 R

3LA0 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H11 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J13 232270570121

RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5 R

3LA2 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H16 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J16 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LA3 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H17 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J17 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LA4 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H18 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J20 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3LA5 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3H22 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J21 232270570273

RST SM 0402 RC31

27K PM5 R

3LA7 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H23 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J25 232270570223

RST SM 0402 RC31

22K PM5 R

3LA9 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H25 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3J28 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LB4 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H28 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J40 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3LB5 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H31 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J41 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LB7 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H32 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J86 232270570332

RST SM 0402 RC31

3K3 PM5 R

3LB8 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H40 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J92 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3LB9 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H41 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3J94 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LC0 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H50 232270675601

RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1 R

3J99 232270570479

RST SM 0402 RC31

47R PM5 R

3LC1 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H51 232270675601

RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1 R

3JA2 232270570121

RST SM 0402 RC31 120R PM5 R

3LC2 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H52 232270675601

RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1 R

3L00 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3LC3 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H53 232270675601

RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1 R

3L01 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3LC4 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H54 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3L02 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LC5 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3H55 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3L03 232270570474

RST SM 0402 RC31 470K PM5 R

3LC6 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

3H56 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3L10 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

3LC7 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3H57 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3L11 235003311339

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H69 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3L12 235003311339

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H70 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L13 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R 3LC8 232270570103


RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R 3LC9 232270570103
RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R 3LD0 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H71 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L14 235003311339

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H72 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L15 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H73 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3L20 232270570479

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R 3LD1 232270570103


RST SM 0402 RC31 33R PM5 R
3LD2 232270570103
RST SM 0402 RC31 47R PM5 R
3LD3 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H74 232270570689

RST SM 0402 RC31

68R PM5 R

3L21 232270675601

RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1 R

3LD4 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H75 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L22 232270675601

RST SM 0402 RC32 560R PM1 R

3LD5 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H79 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

3L38 232270671002

RST SM 0402 RC32

1K PM1 R

3LD6 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H80 235003311472

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 4K7 PM5 R

3L39 232270671002

RST SM 0402 RC32

1K PM1 R

3LD7 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H81 235003311472

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 4K7 PM5 R

3L40 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LD8 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H82 232270570105

RST SM 0402 RC31

1M PM5 R

3L41 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE1 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3H84 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L42 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE2 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3H85 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L43 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE3 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

3H86 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L44 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE4 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3H88 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L45 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE5 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H90 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L46 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE6 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H94 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3L47 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE7 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H95 232270570331

RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5 R

3L48 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE8 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H97 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

3L49 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3LE9 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3H98 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L50 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LF0 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3H99 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L51 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3LF8 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG2 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

4K7 PM5 R

33R PM5 R

4K7 PM5 R

4K7 PM5 R

3I00

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L52 232270570229

3I01

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L56 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG3 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I02

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L57 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG5 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I03

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L58 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG6 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I04

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L59 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG7 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I06

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L60 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG8 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I07

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L61 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LG9 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I08

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L62 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH0 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I09

232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3L63 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH1 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0A

232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3L64 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH2 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3I0B

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L65 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH3 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0C 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3L66 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH4 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0D 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L67 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH5 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3I0E

232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3L68 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH6 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3I0F

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L69 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH7 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3I0G 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L70 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH8 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0H 232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L71 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LH9 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0I

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L75 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3LJ0 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0J

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L76 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

3LJ1 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0K

232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L77 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3LJ2 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3I0L

232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L78 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

3LJ3 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3I0M 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L80 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3LJ5 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0N 232270570759

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L81 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LJ6 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0P

RST SM 0402 RC31

75R PM5 R

3L82 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LJ7 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I0Q 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L83 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LJ8 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3I10

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3L89 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LJ9 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

232270570759
232270570101

10K PM5 R
10K PM5 R

1K PM5 R

102

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List

3LK0 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q13 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U16 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3LK1 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q14 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U17 232270671002

RST SM 0402 RC32

1K PM1 R

3LK2 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q15 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U18 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3LK3 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q16 232270570153

RST SM 0402 RC31

15K PM5 R

3U19 232270570223

RST SM 0402 RC31

3LK5 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q17 232270570153

RST SM 0402 RC31

15K PM5 R

3U20 212211805635

RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5 R

3LK6 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q18 232270570153

RST SM 0402 RC31

15K PM5 R

3U21 212211805635

RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5 R

3LK7 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q19 823827736034

PTC SM 1210 8V 0R4 PM R

3U22 232275061009

RST SM FUSE 1206

10R PM5 R

3LK8 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q20 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3U23 232270260478

RST SM 0603 RC21

4R7 PM5 R

3LL0 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q21 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3U24 212211805635

RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5 R

3LL1 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q22 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3U25 212211805633

RST SM 0603 RC0603 2R2 PM5 R

3LL2 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q23 232270570153

RST SM 0402 RC31

3U26 232270260478

RST SM 0603 RC21

3LL3 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q25 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U27 212211805635

RST SM 0603 RC0603 10R PM5 R

3LL4 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q26 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U28 212211805633

RST SM 0603 RC0603 2R2 PM5 R

3LL5 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q27 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

3U29 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

3LL6 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q28 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U30 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3LL7 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3Q29 232270570563

RST SM 0402 RC31

3U32 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LL8 232270570331

RST SM 0402 RC31 330R PM5 R

3Q34 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U33 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LL9 232270570181

RST SM 0402 RC31 180R PM5 R

3Q35 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3U37 232270570471

RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R

3LM0 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q36 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3U38 232270570682

RST SM 0402 RC31

3LM2 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q37 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3U39 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3LM3 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q38 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3U42 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3LM4 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q39 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3U44 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3LM5 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q40 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3U54 232270570109

RST SM 0402 RC31

10R PM5 R

3LM7 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q41 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3U55 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LN0 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q44 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U56 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3LN1 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q48 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U82 232270570682

RST SM 0402 RC31

6K8 PM5 R

3LN2 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3Q52 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U83 232270570682

RST SM 0402 RC31

6K8 PM5 R

3LN3 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T10 232276260229

RST SM 2512 PRC221 22R PM5 R

3U85 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LN4 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T15 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3U86 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LN5 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T18 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3U87 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LN6 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T20 232276260229

RST SM 2512 PRC221 22R PM5 R

3U88 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3LN7 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T21 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

3U89 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LQ6 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T22 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3U90 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LR0 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3T23 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3U91 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LR1 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3T25 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3U92 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LR2 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T27 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3U93 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3LR3 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

3T28 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3U94 232270570332

RST SM 0402 RC31

3K3 PM5 R

3LR4 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

3T29 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3U95 232270570222

RST SM 0402 RC31

2K2 PM5 R

3LR9 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3T35 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U96 232270570223

RST SM 0402 RC31

22K PM5 R

3LS0 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3T36 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U97 232270570332

RST SM 0402 RC31

3K3 PM5 R

3LS1 235003311339

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 33R PM5 R

3T37 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3UA1 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3LS2 232270570681

RST SM 0402 RC31 680R PM5 R

3T38 232270673303

RST SM 0402 RC32

33K PM1 R

3UA3 232270570222

RST SM 0402 RC31

2K2 PM5 R

3LT5 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T39 232270673303

RST SM 0402 RC32

33K PM1 R

3UA4 232270671002

RST SM 0402 RC32

1K PM1 R

3LT7 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3T40 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3UA5 232270570479

RST SM 0402 RC31

47R PM5 R

3LT9 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3T41 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3UA7 232270671002

RST SM 0402 RC32

1K PM1 R

3LU0 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T42 232270570822

RST SM 0402 RC31

8K2 PM5 R

3UA8 232270570689

RST SM 0402 RC31

68R PM5 R

3LU1 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T43 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3UA9 232270570689

RST SM 0402 RC31

68R PM5 R

3LU2 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T44 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3V00 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LU7 232270570222

RST SM 0402 RC31

2K2 PM5 R

3T45 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3V01 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LU8 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3T46 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3V02 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LV7 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T47 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3V03 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3LV8 232270570273

RST SM 0402 RC31

27K PM5 R

3T48 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3V04 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3M00 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T49 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3V05 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3M02 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T50 232270570473

RST SM 0402 RC31

47K PM5 R

3V06 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3M50 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3T51 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3V07 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3M51 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3T52 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3V08 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3M52 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3T53 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3V09 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3M54 232270570109

RST SM 0402 RC31

10R PM5 R

3T54 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3V10 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P37 232270570104

RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R

3T55 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3V11 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P57 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T56 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3V12 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P80 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3T57 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3V13 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P81 232270570222

RST SM 0402 RC31

2K2 PM5 R

3T58 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3V14 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P82 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3U00 232270570333

RST SM 0402 RC31

33K PM5 R

3V15 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P83 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U01 232270570333

RST SM 0402 RC31

33K PM5 R

3V16 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P84 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U02 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3V17 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P85 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U03 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

10K PM5 R

3V18 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P86 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U04 232270570223

RST SM 0402 RC31

22K PM5 R

3V19 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3P88 232270570103

RST SM 0402 RC31

3U05 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3V20 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q02 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U06 232270570393

RST SM 0402 RC31

39K PM5 R

3V21 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q03 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3U07 232270570682

RST SM 0402 RC31

6K8 PM5 R

3V22 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q04 232270570472

RST SM 0402 RC31

4K7 PM5 R

3U08 232270570332

RST SM 0402 RC31

3K3 PM5 R

3V23 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q05 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U09 232270570332

RST SM 0402 RC31

3K3 PM5 R

3V24 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3Q07 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U10 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3V25 232270570221

RST SM 0402 RC31 220R PM5 R

3Q08 235003311689

RST NETW SM ARV34 4X 68R PM5 R

3U11 232270260221

RST SM 0603 RC21 220R PM5 R

3V32 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q09 232270570339

RST SM 0402 RC31

33R PM5 R

3U12 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3V33 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q10 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U13 232270570682

RST SM 0402 RC31

6K8 PM5 R

3V34 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q11 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U14 232270570682

RST SM 0402 RC31

6K8 PM5 R

3V35 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

3Q12 232270570101

RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R

3U15 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

3V36 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

10K PM5 R

10K PM5 R

15K PM5 R

4K7 PM5 R
56K PM5 R

4K7 PM5 R

22K PM5 R

4R7 PM5 R

1K PM5 R

6K8 PM5 R

103

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List


3V37 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LA1 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7A11 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

3V38 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LA2 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7A14 934021930115

TRA SIG SM BC817-25W (PHSE) R

3V39 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LA3 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7A15 934021850115

TRA SIG SM BC857BW

3V40 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LN0 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7A16 934021930115

TRA SIG SM BC817-25W (PHSE) R

3V41 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LN1 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7A17 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

3V42 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LN2 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7B02 932220625668

IC SM M24C02-WDW6P

(ST00) R

3V43 232270570229

RST SM 0402 RC31

22R PM5 R

5LN3 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7B20 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

(PHSE) R

3V78 232270570102

RST SM 0402 RC31

1K PM5 R

5LN4 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7B25 932221341685

IC SM LD3985M18

(ST00) R

5M00 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7B45 932213445668

IC SM LD1117DT33

(ST00) R

(PHSE) R
(PHSE) R
(PHSE) R

5001 823827732129

COL CHOKE 70uH 82M ohm DR10X16

5Q01 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7B50 823827737008

IC SM TDA9970AHS/8/C102

5002 313818875771

COI CHOKE 35UH 82M OHM DR10X8

5Q02 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7J00 935280665557

IC SM PNX2015E/M1E03 (PHSE) Y

5402 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

5Q03 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7J01 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

5801 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5Q04 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7J02 934042530115

TRA SIG SM BC847BPN (PHSE) R

5802 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5Q07 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7J07 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

5803 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T11 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7J08 932220410685

FET POW SM SI3441BDV-E3(VISH)R

5804 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T20 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7J10 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

5805 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T21 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7L50 823827737009

IC SM 8Mx16 DDR400 SDRAM

5806 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T23 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7LA7 313815868261

MEMORY FLASH ASSY

5807 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T24 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7LA7 932220645668

IC SM M25P05-AVMN6P (ST00) R

5808 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T25 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7LB2 934042520115

TRA SIG SM BC847BS

5809 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T26 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7LB5 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

(PHSE) R

5810 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T27 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

7M01 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

(PHSE) R

5811 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

5T28 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7M05 932221343685

IC SM LD3985M33

(ST00) R

5901 823827736046

IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R

5U00 242253600671

IND FXD SM 12575

10U PM20 R

7M06 932221804685

IC SM LD3985M122

(ST00) R

5902 242254900126

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

5U02 242253600779

IND FXD SM 7045

10U PM20 R

7P14 313815868231

SERIAL IIC EEprom assy (7P14)

5903 823827736046

IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R

5U03 242253600671

IND FXD SM 12575

10U PM20 R

7P14 932220622668

IC SM M24C64-WDW6P

5904 242254900126

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

7P15 935175000118

IC SM 74HC4066PW

(PHSE) R
(PHSE) R
(PHSE) R

(PHSE) R

(ST00) R
(PHSE) R

5905 242254900126

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6001 932221745685

DIO REC SM SSA34-E3 (VISH) R

7P16 934044140115

TRA SIG SM PDTC114EU (PHSE) R

5906 823827736046

IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R

6002 932221745685

DIO REC SM SSA34-E3 (VISH) R

7P17 934044140115

TRA SIG SM PDTC114EU (PHSE) R

5907 242254900126

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6003 934054865115

DIO REG SM PDZ18B

7P18 934043510115

TRA SIG SM PDTA114EU (PHSE) R

5908 823827736046

IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R

6A11 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7P80 313815868271

NAND EEPROM ASSY

5909 242254900126

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6B20 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7P80 932220661671

IC SM TC58DVM82F1TGI0 (TOSJ) Y

5910 243853598058

IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 80R A

6B21 934054868115

DIO REG SM PDZ24B

7T10 932220258668

IC SM LD1117DT50

5A10 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6H00 932213446685

LED VS SM SML-310MT (RHM0) R

7T12 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

5A11 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6H01 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7T13 932221084685

IC SM UPC3218GV-A

5A12 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6H03 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7T20 934042530115

TRA SIG SM BC847BPN (PHSE) R

5A13 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6H07 934056610115

DIO SIG SM BAV99S

(PHSE) R

7T21 932216375685

FET POW SM SI2306DS-E3 (VISH)R

5A14 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I00

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7T22 932221168668

IC SM NXT2004

5A15 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I01

934056610115

DIO SIG SM BAV99S

(PHSE) R

7U00 932220746668

IC SM NCP5422ADG

5A16 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I02

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U01 932216070668

FET POW SM SI4936ADY-E3(VISH)R

5A17 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I08

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U03 932216070668

FET POW SM SI4936ADY-E3(VISH)R

5A18 242253594565

IND FXD SM 0603 0U56 PM10 R

6I09

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U05 934042520115

TRA SIG SM BC847BS

5A64 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

6I0A

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U07 934021930115

TRA SIG SM BC817-25W (PHSE) R

5A65 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

6I0D 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U10 934042510115

TRA SIG SM BC857BS

5B00 242254945786

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 600R R

6I0F

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U13 934042530115

TRA SIG SM BC847BPN (PHSE) R

5B10 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I0H 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U15 934042520115

TRA SIG SM BC847BS

(PHSE) R

5B11 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I0J

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U24 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

(PHSE) R

5B12 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I0L

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U25 932216070668

FET POW SM SI4936ADY-E3(VISH)R

5B17 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I0N 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U27 932219216685

IC SM TS2431AI

5B18 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6I0P

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7U28 823827735015

FET POW SM PHD36N03LT

5B65 242253594568

IND FXD SM 0603

1U PM10 R

6I0T

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7V00 935280338557

IC SM PNX8552EH/M2/S1 (PHSE) Y

5B67 242253594568

IND FXD SM 0603

1U PM10 R

6I0V

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7V01 823827737005

16MX16 DDR400 SDRAM

5B69 242253594568

IND FXD SM 0603

1U PM10 R

6I0Y

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

7V02 823827737005

16MX16 DDR400 SDRAM

5B71 242253594568

IND FXD SM 0603

1U PM10 R

6I10

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

5B73 242253594568

IND FXD SM 0603

1U PM10 R

6I11

934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

5B75 242253594568

IND FXD SM 0603

1U PM10 R

6J01 934054853115

DIO REG SM PDZ5.6B

5H02 823827736044

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

6J06 932213446685

LED VS SM SML-310MT (RHM0) R

5H03 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

6J07 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

5I02

242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6J08 934045390115

DIO SIG SM 1PS76SB10 (PHSE) R

0174 313815160891

HEATSINK

5J00 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6U11 932215008685

DIO REG SM BZX384-C9V1-V

0185 313815161912

HEAT SINK - P.D.

5J01 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6U21 934054865115

DIO REG SM PDZ18B

(PHSE) R

0187 313815417621

INSULATE PLATE

5J02 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6U22 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

0191 313815161901

HEAT SINK - P.T.

5J03 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6U23 934054945115

DIO SIG SM BAS316

(PHSE) R

0194 313815162221

HEAT SINK

5J04 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

6U25 934054858115

DIO REG SM PDZ9.1B

0197 313815417621

INSULATE PLATE

5J05 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

0210 313800992071

PROCESS BOX

5J06 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

7001 932217440685

TRA SIG SM KRC102S

(KEC0) R

0289 313800992061

PROCESS BOX

5J07 242254945785

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 120R R

7002 932217440685

TRA SIG SM KRC102S

(KEC0) R

1061 823827732037

AC INLET WITH 6TS CORE

5J10 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7003 823827737006

IC L5973D

1062 242208610654

FUSE 5X20 HT 5A

5J11 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7004 932219076668

IC SM L5972D

1063 242202518904

CON V 12P M 2.50

64842 B

5J12 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7005 934042520115

TRA SIG SM BC847BS

1071 243803100099

CON V 2P M 2.50

63171 B

5J50 823827736044

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

7411 932217743685

IC SM LM810M3-4.0 NOPB (NSC0)R

1088 242202518904

CON V 12P M 2.50

64842 B

5J52 823827736044

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

7901 932222037668

IC SM TPA3008D2PHP

(TI00) R

1089 313818877041

CON BM V 10P M 2.5 61249

5J54 823827736044

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

7902 932217440685

TRA SIG SM KRC102S

(KEC0) R

1251 313815868131

DIODE ASSY FL2 42"

5J56 823827736044

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

7A00 935276755557

IC SM PNX3000HL/N3

(PHSE) Y

1252 313815863471

DIODE ASSY

5J58 823827736044

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

7A04 932218767668

IC SM TS482IS

(ST00) R

1253 313815868111

DIODE ASSY

5L50 242254900601

IND FXD 0603 EMI 100MHZ 30R R

7A05 932218574668

IC SM LM324P

(ST00) R

1254 313815868121

POW TRANS ASSY

5L51 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7A08 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

(PHSE) R

1626 242202605795

SOC MDIN V 4P F SH 1471-P41 Y

5L52 242254900211

IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R

7A10 934021770115

TRA SIG SM BC847BW

(PHSE) R

1627 242202605546

SOC CINCH H 3P F 1L3 YEWHRD B

(PHSE) R

(PHSE) R

(PHSE) R
(PHSE) R

(PHSE) R

(ST00) R
(PHSE) R

(ST00) R
(PHSE) R
(NEC0) R

(ATI0) R
(ONSE) R

(PHSE) R
(PHSE) R

(ST00) R

PCB ASSY
1054 313815866991

POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")

Various

250V IEC B

104

TPE1.0U LA

10.Spare Parts List

1628 242202605768

SOC PHONE V 1P F 3.5 ST BK B

3062 823827736036

RESISTOR 0R22 1W PM5

6053 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

1630 242202518892

CON H 8P M 2.50

3063 232271161333

RST SM 1206 RC01

6054 823827735017

TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR 120V 5W

8089 313819876071

CBLE-390 10/200/10-020 AWG26

69078 B

33K PM5 R

A 2R2 PM5 A

(VISH) R

3064 212210102173

RST CRB CF1/6

6055 823827735017

TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR 120V 5W

3065 213811201101

RST SM 0805 RC05 100R PM5 R

6056 932222860673

DIO REC STTH110

(ST00) A

2051 823827736062

680nF X-CAP

3066 232273463304

RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1 R

6058 823827735012

ZENER DIODE 9V1 1W

2052 823827736052

SAFETY Y-CAP 470P

3067 232273463304

RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1 R

6059 932212672673

DIO REC BYV27-200 A (VISH) A

2053 823827736052

SAFETY Y-CAP 470P

3068 232273463304

RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1 R

6061 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

2054 242254900746

SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA

3069 232273466201

RST SM 0805 RC12H 620R PM1 R

6062 933751660673

DIO REC RGP10D-E3 A (VISH) A

(VISH) R

2055 823827736058

SAFETY X-CAP 1.0uF

3070 232273465602

RST SM 0805 RC12H 5K6 PM1 R

6063 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

2056 823827736078

63G214J225GMC

3071 823827736075

Varistor 560V 1mA

6064 933751660673

DIO REC RGP10D-E3 A (VISH) A

2057 823827736078

63G214J225GMC

3072 213811201102

RST SM 0805 RC05

1K PM5 R

6065 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

2058 222291019856

CER2 0805 Y5V 25V 330N P8020 R

3073 213810113108

RST CRB CFR-12 A 1R PM5 A

6066 933751660673

DIO REC RGP10D-E3 A (VISH) A

2059 222224119876

CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R

3074 232271161108

RST SM 1206 RC01

1R PM5 R

6067 933117720133

DIO REG BZX79-C5V1 A (PHSE) A

2060 223858015636

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R

3075 213811201102

RST SM 0805 RC05

1K PM5 R

6071 932219930687

DIO REC MBRF10H100CT-E3(VISH)L

2061 223891015649

CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

3076 213811201471

RST SM 0805 RC05 470R PM5 R

6072 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

(VISH) R

2062 823827717741

CAPACITOR 220UF/450V

3077 213811201334

RST SM 0805 RC05 330K PM5 R

6073 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

(VISH) R

2063 202055790152

CER2 DC B 500V S 1N5 PM10 A

3078 232273061564

RST SM 0805 RC11 560K PM5 R

6074 933117810133

DIO REG BZX79-C12 A (PHSE) A

(VISH) R
(VISH) R

2064 242254900746

SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA

3079 232273061331

RST SM 0805 RC11 330R PM5 R

6075 933166930133

DIO REG BZX79-B18 A (PHSE) A

2065 223858015643

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 33N PM10 R

3080 232273061123

RST SM 0805 RC11

6076 932222635687

DIO REC STPS40H100CW (ST00) L

2066 823827736082

6u8 50V KM

3081 212010500046

RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R1 PM1 A

6077 933952580685

DIO SIG SM BAV103

2067 203803527304

ELCAP KM

25V S 100U PM20 A

3082 213811201339

RST SM 0805 RC05

6081 933117810133

DIO REG BZX79-C12 A (PHSE) A

2068 203803527304

ELCAP KM

25V S 100U PM20 A

2069 242254900746

SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA

12K PM5 R
33R PM5 R

(VISH) R

3083 212210102173

RST CRB CF1/6

3084 232273061223

RST SM 0805 RC11

A 2R2 PM5 A
22K PM5 R

7056 823827717551

PFC CONTROLLER IC

3085 213811201102

RST SM 0805 RC05

1K PM5 R

7057 823827717301

TRANSISTOR 26A 600V

2070 242254900746

SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA

2071 823827736051

SAFETY Y-CAP IN5

3086 232273061152

RST SM 0805 RC11

1K5 PM5 R

7061 935267356112

IC TEA1507P/N1

2072 223858015627

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 2N2 PM10 R

3088 213811201229

RST SM 0805 RC05

22R PM5 R

7062 932222634687

FET POW STW18NK80Z

2073 203830150151

CAP PP PPN 100V S 10N PM2 A

3090 232273461202

RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K2 PM1 R

7063 933179570126

TRA SIG BC328-40

2074 823827736081

2200uF 25V GF

3091 232273461803

RST SM 0805 RC12H 18K PM1 R

7072 932214014667

OPT CP TCET1103(G)

2075 203803527304

ELCAP KM

3092 213811201471

RST SM 0805 RC05 470R PM5 R

7073 932208697676

IC TL431ACZ

2076 223858015649

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R

3093 213810113472

RST CRB CFR-12 A 4K7 PM5 A

7074 932214014667

OPT CP TCET1103(G)

2077 823827736018

CAP PP PPN 100V S 15N PM5 B

3094 232273061104

RST SM 0805 RC11 100K PM5 R

7075 933259350126

TRA SIG BF422

2078 203830150159

CAP PP PPN 100V S 12N PM5 A

3095 232273462202

RST SM 0805 RC12H 2K2 PM1 R

7076 933197670126

TRA SIG BC548C

2079 823827736066

1500uF 35V GF 13x35

3096 213811201473

RST SM 0805 RC05

47K PM5 R

7077 933628680215

TRA SIG SM BC858C

(PHSE) R

2080 223858015636

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R

3097 232273061223

RST SM 0805 RC11

22K PM5 R

7079 933589600215

TRA SIG SM BC847C

(PHSE) R

2081 823827736066

1500uF 35V GF 13x35

3098 213810113103

RST CRB CFR-12 A 10K PM5 A

2082 823827736066

1500uF 35V GF 13x35

3099 232273061105

RST SM 0805 RC11

1M PM5 R

PCB ASSY

2083 823827736083

47u 35V KM

3621 232270260279

RST SM 0603 RC21

27R PM5 R

1056 313815866181

2084 223891015649

CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

3622 232270260479

RST SM 0603 RC21

47R PM5 R

2085 223886115471

CER1 0805 NP0 50V 470P PM5 R

3623 232270260279

RST SM 0603 RC21

27R PM5 R

Various

2086 823827736067

2u2 50V NP 5X11

3624 232270260479

RST SM 0603 RC21

47R PM5 R

0181 313815417681

HOLDER IR

2087 223858015636

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R

3627 212211805656

RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K PM5 R

0182 313815417691

HOLDER LED

2088 223891015649

CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

3628 212211805675

RST SM 0603 RC0603 27K PM5 R

0289 313800992061

PROCESS BOX

2089 823827736063

In5 1KV RR type

3629 212211805656

RST SM 0603 RC0603 1K PM5 R

1909 242202518896

CON H 6P M 2.00

2090 823827736063

In5 1KV RR type

3630 212211805675

RST SM 0603 RC0603 27K PM5 R

1910 242212803007

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 5MM B

2091 223891015649

CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

1911 242212803007

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 5MM B

2092 223891015649

CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R

5051 823827732089

LINE FILTER RING CORE 10mH

2093 223858015636

CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R

5054 823827732089

LINE FILTER RING CORE 10mH

2901 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2621 223886715331

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 330P PM5 R

5055 242254900792

FIL PFC 300UH 0R085 CP5001AL Y

2902 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2622 223886715331

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 330P PM5 R

5056 313816874511

FERRITE BEAD

2903 223878615649

CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N PM10 R

2623 223886715331

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 330P PM5 R

5057 313816874511

FERRITE BEAD

2624 223886715331

CER1 0603 NP0 50V 330P PM5 R

5058 313816874511

FERRITE BEAD

3901 232270260101

RST SM 0603 RC21 100R PM5 R

2625 223858615634

CER2 0603 X7R 50V 6N8 PM10 R

5059 313816874511

FERRITE BEAD

3902 212211805665

RST SM 0603 RC0603 4K7 PM5 R

2626 223858615634

CER2 0603 X7R 50V 6N8 PM10 R

5060 313816872631

BEAD COIL

3904 232270260221

RST SM 0603 RC21 220R PM5 R

5061 823827732094

47uH SMALL INDUCTOR

4901 232270296001

RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R

3041 212210102214

RST CRB CF1/6

5062 313816872631

BEAD COIL

4902 232270296001

RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R

3042 213811201332

RST SM 0805 RC05

5063 313816872621

BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)

3043 232273091002

RST SM 0805 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R

5065 313816872631

BEAD COIL

6901 313815866221

IR RECEIVER + HOLDER ASSY

3044 232273091002

RST SM 0805 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R

5067 313816872621

BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)

6901 932220313667

IR RECEIVER TSOP34136SB1

3047 212210102173

RST CRB CF1/6

5071 823827732084

POWER TRANSFORMER

6902 313815866231

LED+HOLDER ASSY

6902 932214603682

LED VS L-3WYGW

25V S 100U PM20 A

A 100K PM5 A
3K3 PM5 R

A 2R2 PM5 A

3048 232273061105

RST SM 0805 RC11

5073 313816872621

BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)

3050 213811201154

RST SM 0805 RC05 150K PM5 R

5074 242253601102

IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y

3051 823827736061

OR75 NTC 5A

5076 313816872621

BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)

3052 823827718171

VDR DC 1MA/510 845V R

5077 313816872621

BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)

3053 232271161154

RST SM 1206 RC01 150K PM5 R

5078 313816872621

BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)

3054 232271161154

RST SM 1206 RC01 150K PM5 R

5079 823827732095

INDUCTOR 8uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 15U PM10 Y

1M PM5 R

7901 933769900215

3055 232271161154

RST SM 1206 RC01 150K PM5 R

3056 212211805973

RST SM 1206 RC1206 1M PM1 R

5621 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

3057 212211805973

RST SM 1206 RC1206 1M PM1 R

5622 242253595853

IND FXD SM 0603 0U10 PM10 R

3058 213811201103

RST SM 0805 RC05

10K PM5 R

3059 213811201333

RST SM 0805 RC05

33K PM5 R

6051 932213176671

BRIDGE GBU8J-E3

3060 212210102185

RST CRB CF1/6

A 470R PM5 A

6052 823827718461

DIODE STTH8L06FP

3061 823827736036

RESISTOR 0R22 1W PM5

(VISH) Y

(ST00) L

(PHSE) A
(VISH) L

S (ST00) A
(VISH) L

(PHSE) A
(PHSE) A

IR PCB ASSY -37"

63366 B

TRA SIG SM BC857C

(KIEL) B
(PHSE) R

PCB ASSY
1057 313815866171

5080 242253601187

(PHSE) L

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

Various
0289 313800992061 PROCESS BOX
1903 242212800116 SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5 R
1904 242212800116

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5 R

1906 242212800116

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5 R

1907 242212800116

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5 R

1908 242212800116

SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 1MM5 R

1921 242202518985

CON H 2P M 1.25 SM

60922 R

10.Spare Parts List


2904 223858615636

CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R

3906 232270260681

RST SM 0603 RC21 680R PM5 R

3907 232270260391

RST SM 0603 RC21 390R PM5 R

3909 232270260202

RST SM 0603 RC21

3910 232270260201

RST SM 0603 RC21 200R PM5 R

2K PM5 R

3911 232270260112

RST SM 0603 RC21

1K1 PM5 R

PCB ASSY
1058 313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

Various
0290 313800991961

PROCESS BOX

1872 242202518875

SOC USB H 4P F 2.0

1971 242202519024

CON H 4P M 2.00

5401 Y
63364 B

TPE1.0U LA

105

106

TPE1.0U LA

11.Different Parts List

Diversity of 26MF231D/37(LPL) compared with 26MF231D/37(QDI)


Item
0094
0095
0111
0114
0133
0134
0139
0141
0143
0144
0146
0177
0178
0293
0457
1050
1053
1I06
2916
2917
2918
2919
2920
2A42
2B45
3014
3015
3Q19
5051
5062
5901
5903
5906
5908
7P14
8088
8089

12NC
863900016765
313815321771
313815321781
313815321471
313815162081
313501512031
312123522601
313815636362
313815524251
313815522911
313815524291
313815569641
313815162051
313815321871
313815569621
313815640051
823827720721
313815866861
823827733008
823827736029
823827736029
823827736029
823827736029
823827736029
202203100371
222278413681
232270464703
232270260223
823827736034
242254900583
242254900581
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
313815866871
823827732074
313819874741

Description
26MF231D/37
HEAT PAD 35X35X3
HEAT PAD 16X16X3
RUBBER PAD(15 x 13 x T3)
AL. FOIL - 36 x 50
WARRANTY LABEL
In-Box Brochure Marketing Mate
P.E.BAG 275x320 mm
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
MAGNAVOX WARRANTY CARD
QUICK SETUP GUIDE - Canad. Fre
ENERGY STAR LABEL
HEATSINK
HEAT PAD
LABEL - EEPROM(LPL)
P.E. BAG(800 X 350)
LCD LC260WX2-SLB2
SCALER PCB ASSY FL2 26"-LPL
SOL HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 16V 220N PM10 R
ELCAP SM RV 16V 470U PM20 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
RST SM 0603 RC22H 47K PM1 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 22K PM5 R
PTC SM 1210 8V 0R4 PM R
FIL MAINS 6MH 2A LS-PH04 Y
FIL MAINS 5MH 2A5 LS-PH04 Y
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
SERIAL IIC EEPROM ASSY (7P14)
CBLE333392 12/580/14+12-024A26
CBLE-390 10/110/10-020 AWG26

Diversity of 32MF231D/37 compared with 26MF231D/37


Item
0007
0030
0031
0041
0090
0096
0097
0098
0099
0100
0111
0113
0126
0134
0191
0293
0293
0301
0301
0450
0451
0452
0505
1050
1050
1053

12NC
863900016776
313815760911
313815760771
313815415061
313815417471
313815138061
313815417332
313815321771
313815321781
313815321791
313815417461
313815162041
313815415621
313815569091
312123522591
313815162061
313815569151
313815569631
313815760761
313815761241
313815642001
313815642021
313815642011
313815642001
823827718901
823827720711
313815866721

Description
32MF231D/37
BASE ASSY
FRONT BEZEL ASSY
BEZEL
BACK COVER
MAIN SHIELD
GASKET
HEAT PAD 35X35X3
HEAT PAD 16X16X3
HEAT PAD 16X22X3
CAP
BRACKET-AL
DOOR BASE
RATING LABEL
In-Box Brochure Marketing Mate
HEATSINK
LABEL
LABEL - EEPROM(LPL)
MAIN FRAME ASSY
MAIN FRAME ASSY - LPL
CARTON
CUSHION-L
CUSHION-R
CARTON
LCD CLAA320WA01 C
LCD LC320W01-SL06
SCALER PCB ASSY-FL2 32"

1053
1054
1180
1180
1185
1186
1253
1254
2077
2077
2079
2080
3078
3904
3906
3J20
3J21
5054
7057
7057
7071
7071
7901
7P14
7P14
8088
8088
8402
8403
8403
8410
8901
8901
8902
8902
8M21

313815866881
313815866811
313815866801
313815866901
823827717531
823827717531
313815866821
313815866831
823827736032
823827736018
823827736028
823827736028
232273061564
232270260682
232270260682
232270570562
232270570474
242254900804
823827735009
823827735002
823827735008
823827735004
932222037668
313815866781
313815866891
313819874921
823827732076
823827732043
823827732039
823827732077
823827732045
823827732042
823827732078
823827732041
823827732079
823827732044

SCALER ASSY FL2 32"-LPL


POWER PCB ASSY - FL2 32"
MAIN FRAME+WIRE ASSY
MAIN FRAME + WIRE ASSY -LPL
LSP 8R 10W OPN FULR O58X127Y
LSP 8R 10W OPN FULR O58X127Y
DIODE ASSY(6071/6076)
POW TRANS ASSY
15n/100V PPN
CAP PP PPN 100V S 15N PM5 B
CAPACITOR 1200u 35V LZ
CAPACITOR 1200u 35V LZ
RST SM 0805 RC11 560K PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 6K8 PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 6K8 PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 5K6 PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 470K PM5 R
FIL MAINS 10MH 3A5 S50860 Y
MOSFET STP25NM60N 600V 25A
TRANSISTOR 20A 600V
MOSFET 30V 80A
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
IC SM TPA3008D2PHP (TI00) R
SERIAL IIC EEPROM ASSY(7P14)
SERIAL IIC EEPROM ASSY (7P14)
CBLE-392 12/230/14 -024 AWG26
CBLE-392 12/580/12+14 -024
CBLE -001 2/500/2 -012 AWG28
CBLE 130 30/160/30 -033AWG28
CBLE-130 30/160/30 -033 AWG28
CBLE -018 8/570/8-388 AWG28
CBLE FAST/710/2-3P2 AWG26
CBLE 330012 2/580/FAST*2 AWG26
CBLE FAST/680/3-123 AWG26
CBLE 330013 3/550/FAST*2 AWG26
CBLE -0166/950/6-016 AWG28

Diversity of 37MF231D/37 compared with 26MF231D/37


Item
0030
0031
0032
0033
0034
0040
0041
0042
0050
0090
0092
0096
0097
0098
0099
0100
0101
0102
0103
0104
0105
0106
0106
0117
0118
0119
0120
0126
0126
0134
0135
0136
0137
0138

12NC
863900016785
313815760811
313815417531
313815417541
313815417561
313815417571
313815761141
313815417581
313815418021
313815760821
313815761151
313815138331
313815415521
313815417551
313815137911
313815761211
313815138131
313815138141
313815138151
313815138161
313815137951
313815137961
313815138191
313815138341
313815162091
313815162101
313815161601
313815161891
313815569351
313815569352
312123522581
313815569491
313815569501
313815642221
313815641621

Description
37MF231D/37
FRONT BEZEL ASSY
FRONT BEZEL
DECO FRONT-LOWER
LENS
CONTROL BUTTON
BACK COVER ASSY
BACK COVER
INSULATE PLATE
BASE ASSY
MAIN SHIELD ASSY
SHIELDING -PANEL
DOOR BASE
POWER BUTTON
BKT-RA
BKT-RB ASSY
BKT-RC
BKT-LA
BKT-LB
BKT-LC
BKT-TOP
BKT-BOTTOM
BKT-SHIELD-IC
BRACKET - AL
AL. FOIL(440x30)
AL. FOIL(470x30)
AL. FOIL (30X130)
AL FOIL(80X30)
RATING LABEL
RATING LABEL
In-Box Brochure Marketing Mate
SPEAKER LABEL-L
SPEAKER LABEL-R
CABLE BOX
P.E. BAG(100 X 70)

11.Different Parts List


0141
0144
0145
0145
0181
0182
0185
0187
0191
0194
0197
0290
0293
0293
0340
0341
0351
0355
0356
0450
0451
0452
0453
0454
0455
0456
0457
0458
0459
0460
0506
1050
1050
1053
1053
1054
1054
1056
1057
1061
1061
1062
1063
1089
1185
1186
1192
1251
1252
1253
1254
1910
1911
1921
2051
2054
2055
2056
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
2063
2066

313815524361
313815524371
313815524391
313815524393
313815417681
313815417691
313815162111
313810340032
313815162121
313815161981
313815417621
313800992071
313815569441
313815569861
313815137901
313815417631
313815418051
313815137921
313815417721
313815641591
313815642161
313815642171
313815642271
313815642181
313815642191
313815642201
313815642211
313815417881
313815417891
313815641611
313815641591
932223155682
823827720921
313815866271
313815868281
313815864961
313815868291
313815866181
313815866171
313819876341
823827732037
242208610654
242202518904
313818877041
823827732019
823827732021
823827732064
313815861341
313815863471
313815861351
313815866161
242212803007
242212803007
242202518985
203831000014
242254900746
203831000014
823827718501
202233300458
823827736041
222291019856
222224119876
223858015636
223891015649
823827736038
202055790152
203801750215

QUICK SETUP GUIDE


QUICK SETUP GUIDE-CAND.FRE
OWNER'S MANUAL
OWNER'S MANUAL
HOLDER IR
HOLDER LED
HEATSINK
INSULATION PLATE
HEATSINK
HEAT SINK
INSULATE PLATE
PROCESS BOX
LABEL-EEPROM(L)
EEPROM LABEL
MAIN SHIELD
INSULATE PLATE
INSULATE PLATE
BKT-RB
INSULATE PLATE
CARTON
CUSHION-TOP-TL
CUSHION-TOP-TR
CUSHION-TOP-MID
CUSHION - BTM-BA-L
CUSHION - BTM-BA-R
CUSHION - BTM-BB-L
CUSHION - BTM-BB-R
PLASTIC HANDLE
SMALL PLASTIC HANDLE
P.E. BAG(1000 X 700)
CARTON
TFT-LCD LC370WX1-SL02 (LGPH) B
CPT CLAA370WA03
SCALER PCB ASSY-37"
SCALER PCB ASSY FLW 37"-CPT
POWER PCB ASSY 37"
POWER PCB ASSY
IR PCB ASSY -37"
KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY
SOC POW H 3P F AC CABL/130 FAS
AC INLET WITH 6TS CORE
FUSE 5X20 HT 5A 250V IEC B
CON V 12P M 2.50
64842 B
CON BM V 10P M 2.5 61249
LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000052AA)
LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000052AB)
CBLE -489 4/190/3+2 012 AWG24
DIODE ASSY
DIODE ASSY
DIODE ASSY
POW TRANS ASSY
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 5MM B
SWI TACT 1P 1POS 12V V 5MM B
CON H 2P M 1.25 SM 60922 R
CAP MPP 275V S 680N PM10 B
SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA A
CAP MPP 275V S 680N PM10 B
1.5MF 450V MPP
CAP MPP 450V S 1U5 PM5 B
1uF 450v mpp
CER2 0805 Y5V 25V 330N P8020 R
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R
CAPACITOR 180U/450V HS
CER2 DC B 500V S 1N5 PM10 A
ELCAP REA 16V S 10U PM20 A

2067
2068
2070
2074
2077
2078
2079
2081
2082
2084
2085
2086
2A83
3048
3049
3050
3051
3052
3053
3054
3055
3056
3057
3058
3059
3060
3061
3062
3063
3064
3065
3067
3068
3069
3070
3071
3072
3073
3074
3077
3078
3081
3082
3092
3094
3098
3904
3906
4901
4902
5051
5051
5054
5055
5058
5060
5060
5061
5062
5062
5063
5063
5064
5071
5072
5074
5079

203803527304
203803513301
242254900746
202203100364
223858015636
203830150186
203830150186
823827736028
202203100362
223891015649
223858015618
223858015649
202001293803
213811201472
213810113105
213811201154
212261200082
823827718171
232271161224
232271161184
232271161224
232271161105
232271161105
213811201103
213811201333
212210102185
823827736036
823827736036
232271161333
212210102173
213811201689
232273463304
232273463304
232273466201
232273465602
823827718921
213811201102
213810113108
212210102205
232273463304
232273061564
823827736035
213811201689
213811201471
232273061104
213810113103
232270260682
232270260682
232270296001
232270296001
242254900804
823827732083
242254900793
823827732027
313816874511
313816872621
313816872631
242253601185
313816872621
313816872631
313816872621
313810134341
313816872631
823827732026
313810134341
242253601102
242253601186

TPE1.0U LA
ELCAP KM 25V S 100U PM20 A
ELCAP RGA 25V S 47U PM20 A
SURGE PROTECT GS41-201MA A
ELCAP LZ 25V S 2200U PM20 B
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R
CAP PP PPN 100V S 8N2 PM5 A
CAP PP PPN 100V S 8N2 PM5 A
CAPACITOR 1200u 35V LZ
ELCAP LZ 35V S 1000U PM20 B
CER2 0805 X7R 25V 100N PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 470P PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R
ELCAP SM RV2 16V 100U PM20 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 4K7 PM5 R
RST CRB CFR-12 A 1M PM5 A
RST SM 0805 RC05 150K PM5 R
NTC DC SCK-015 S 1R PM15 A
VDR DC 1MA/510 845V R
RST SM 1206 RC01 220K PM5 R
RST SM 1206 RC01 180K PM5 R
RST SM 1206 RC01 220K PM5 R
RST SM 1206 RC01 1M PM5 R
RST SM 1206 RC01 1M PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 10K PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 33K PM5 R
RST CRB CF1/6 A 470R PM5 A
RESISTOR 0R22 1W PM5
RESISTOR 0R22 1W PM5
RST SM 1206 RC01 33K PM5 R
RST CRB CF1/6 A 2R2 PM5 A
RST SM 0805 RC05 68R PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 620R PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 5K6 PM1 R
VDR DC 1MA1532V SMAX 930V R
RST SM 0805 RC05 1K PM5 R
RST CRB CFR-12 A 1R PM5 A
RST CRB CF1/6 A 22K PM5 A
RST SM 0805 RC12H 330K PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC11 560K PM5 R
RESISTOR 0R12 1W PM1
RST SM 0805 RC05 68R PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 470R PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC11 100K PM5 R
RST CRB CFR-12 A 10K PM5 A
RST SM 0603 RC21 6K8 PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 6K8 PM5 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
FIL MAINS 10MH 3A5 S50860 Y
LINE FILTER RING CORE FOR EMI
FIL MAINS 7.5MH 4A FPH5002AL Y
PFC COIL
FERRITE BEAD
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL
IND FXD SPT0305 A 68U PM10 A
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
BEAD COIL
POWER TRANSFORMER
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
IND FXD OL1133V S 10U PM20 Y

107

108
5080
6052
6054
6055
6057
6075
6076
6077
6078
6901
6902
7057
7062
7063
7071
7071
7077
7901
7901
7P14
7P14
8063
8088
8088
8089
8402
8403
8403
8410
8M21

TPE1.0U LA
242253601102
823827718461
823827735007
823827735007
933117720133
933952580685
933166930133
932222635687
932212672673
313815866221
313815866231
823827735005
823827735006
933179540126
823827735008
823827735004
933769900215
932222037668
933769900215
313815866851
313815868301
823827732059
823827732061
823827732113
823827732063
823827732062
313819874841
823827732112
823827732065
823827732066

IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y


DIODE STTH8L06FP
TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR 120V 5W
TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR 120V 5W
DIO REG BZX79-C5V1 A (PHSE) A
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
DIO REG BZX79-B18 A (PHSE) A
DIO REC STPS40H100CW (ST00) L
DIO REC BYV27-200 A (VISH) A
IR RECEIVER + HOLDER ASSY
LED+HOLDER ASSY
MOSFET 20A 600V TO-3P
MOSFET 13A 800V TO-247
TRA SIG BC327-40
(PHSE) A
MOSFET 30V 80A
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
TRA SIG SM BC857C (PHSE) R
IC SM TPA3008D2PHP (TI00) R
TRA SIG SM BC857C (PHSE) R
SERIAL IIC EEprom Assy (7P14)
SERIAL IIC EEPROM ASSY (7P14)
CBLE -392 12/650/12 -022 AWG26
CBLE -392 12/190/12 -022 AWG26
95T8014 14932 FP
CBLE -020 10/150/10 -020 AWG26
CBLE -001 2/520/2 -012 AWG28
CBLE -392 12/270+580/12-022
95T8018 30941 FP
CBLE -018 8/310/8 -388 AWG28
CBLE -016 6/920/6 -016 AWG28

Diversity of 37MF321D/37 compared with 37MF231D/37


Item
0001
0030
0031
0032
0034
0050
0091
0093
0095
0175
0176
0186
0188
0192
0193
0195
0196
0198
0298
0300
0342
0352
0353
0450
0490
0500
0501
0502
0503
0504

12NC
863900017199
313810363061
313815761361
313815418461
313815418281
313815418291
313815761371
313815761171
313815418161
313815321901
313810040921
132250497401
132250497401
312212124785
313810041531
132250497401
312212124785
313810040921
132250497401
132250497401
282206240595
313815321361
313815138181
313815418061
313815642551
313815683521
083802600004
283880090387
313810651051
313810600601
313815641991

11.Different Parts List

Description
37MF321D/37
KEY CONTROL PCB
FRONT BEZEL ASSY
FRONT BEZEL
DECO FRONT-LOWER
CONTROL BUTTON
BASE ASSY
BKT-SPKBX-SIDE ASSY
GASKET (38 X 16 X 6.5)
HEAT PAD
SCREW W/WASHER M3X8
GREASE SILICONE DC4
GREASE SILICONE DC4
SPRING FOR BRACKET
SCREW W/WASHER M3X14
GREASE SILICONE DC4
SPRING FOR BRACKET
SCREW W/WASHER M3X8
GREASE SILICONE DC4
GREASE SILICONE DC4
INK CARTRIDGE -EP-T
SPONGE PLATE(100X20X3)
BKT-SPKBX-BOTTOM
INSULATE PLATE
CARTON
PALLET LOADING ASSY
LLDPE WRAP
PALLET
CARD BOARD
FAMILY SHEET - W/O ADH.
SLIP SHEET

0505
0506
1050
1055
1191
8088
8403
9051
9053
9054
9055
9056
9058
9059
9060
9061
9062
9063
9064
9065
9402
9421
9422
9423
9902
9903
9A10
9A19
9B52
9B53
9B54
9H02
9H03
9H05
9H06
9H07
9H08
9H13
9H15
9H16
9J21
9J22
9J23
9J31
9LA0
9LA1
9LA8
9LA9
9P17
9T10
9T11
9T12
9T13
9U03

313815641981
313815642551
823827719111
313815866911
823827732098
823827732067
313819876381
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
313810134341
232270591001
232270296001
232270296001
232270296001
232270296001
232270296001
232273091002
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232273091002
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001
232270591001

PAPER BOARD
CARTON
TFT-LCD MOD LC370WX1-SL04
SIDE AV PCB ASSY - FL2 37"
LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000085AC)
CBLE -392 12/190/14 -024 AWG26
CBLE-130 30/260/30-033 AWG28
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0805 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0805 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0402 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R

Diversity of 37MF331D/37 compared with 37MF231D/37


Item
0084
0085
0088
0093
0095
0124
0126

12NC
863900016925
313815167571
313815321421
313815162161
313815418161
313815321901
313815418261
313815569511

Description
37MF331D/37
AL FOIL
AL EMI PLATE(60X30)
AL FOIL (360 X 30)
GASKET (38 X 16 X 6.5)
HEAT PAD
GASKET
RATING LABEL

11.Different Parts List


0126
0140
0141
0144
0145
0300
0352
0353
0450
0506
1191

313815569512
313800992021
313815524401
313815524411
313815524431
282206240595
313815138181
313815418061
313815642431
313815642431
823827732022

RATING LABEL
PROCESS BOX
QUICK SETUP GUIDE
QUICK SETUP GUIDE-CAND.FRE
OWNER'S MANUAL
INK CARTRIDGE -EP-T
BKT-SPKBX-BOTTOM
INSULATE PLATE
CARTON
CARTON
LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000053AA)

42MF521D/37(AUO)compared with 42MF431D/37(AUO)


Item
1191
0030
0031
0032
0034
0050
0126
0450

12NC
863900017198
823827732124
313815761581
313815418491
313815418531
313815418541
313815761561
313815570121
313815642771

Description
42MF521D/37
LSP BOX 8R 10W (PE254ABG)
FRONT BEZEL ASSY
BEZEL
DECO FRONT LOWER
CONTROL BUTTON
BASE ASSY
RATING LABEL
CARTON - TOP

42MF531D/37(AUO)compared with 42MF431D/37(AUO)


Item

12NC
863900017151
1191 823827732123
0126 313815570161
0450 313815642751

Description
42MF531D/37
LSP BOX 8R 10 W(PE254ASG)
RATING LABEL
CARTON -TOP

TPE1.0U LA

109

110

TPE1.0U LA

12.1 Power Board Schematic Diagram(37")

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material


12.1 Power Board Layouts - 1(37")

TPE1.0U LA

111

112

TPE1.0U LA

12.1 Power Board Layouts - 2(37")

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material


12.2 Power Board Schematic Diagram(42")

TPE1.0U LA

113

114

TPE1.0U LA

12.2 Power Board Layouts - 1(42")

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material


12.2 Power Board Layouts - 2(42")

TPE1.0U LA

115

116

TPE1.0U LA

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

12.3 IR Board Schematic Diagram ( 37",42")

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material


12.3 IR Board Layouts-1 ( 37"and 42")

TPE1.0U LA

117

118

TPE1.0U LA

12.3 IR Board Layouts-2 ( 37"and 42")

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material


12.4 KEY Board Schematic Diagram ( 37"and 42")

TPE1.0U LA

119

120

TPE1.0U LA

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

12.4 Key Board Layouts-1 ( 37"and 42")

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material


12.4 Key Board Layouts-2 ( 37"and 42")

TPE1.0U LA

121

30

105

1053

313815868221
SCALER PCB ASSY

1054

1056
313815866181
IR PCB ASSY -37"

107

313815417551
POWER BUTTON

313815866991
POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")

102
313815138471
BKT - BOTTOM

104
313815138491
BKT - R

313815761541
BACK COVER ASSY

40

50

Type:42MF431D/37
313815761551
BASE ASSY

12.5 Exploded View

313815138441
MAIN FRAME - L

91

313815138461
BKT - TOP
101

TPE1.0U LA

313815761531
FRONT BEZEL ASSY

1057

313815866171
KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815138481
BKT - L
103

313815138451
MAIN FRAME - R
92
313815761571
MAIN SHIELD ASSY
313815162211
90
SCALAR HEAT SINK

1050

823827720931
TFT-LCD MOD T420XW01 V0

122

12. 37" and 42" Supplement Material

TPE1.0U LA

13. Revision List

123

Manual 3138 106 50020


-First release
-ALL chapters
Manual 3138 106 50021
1. According to the ECO-CA005551,FL2 26" Add LPL(LC260WX2-SLB2) Panel
-Update Different Parts List for 26" (P106)
2. According to the ECO-CA005543,FL2 32" Add LPL(LC320W01-SL06) Panel
-Update Different Parts List for 32" (P106)
3. According to the ECO-CA005602,FL2 Scaler PCB from 31381036285.2 change to 6285.3
(1) Explanation change reason : 1.)To improve snow noise on the picture : Scaler PCB from 31381036285.2
change to 6285.3 (2422/2509/2A49/2A54/3421/3422/3T10/3T20)2.) To save cost : Tuner to be
changed (IT04). 3.)Update process code : (5901/5903/5906/5908/2077).
(2) Remarks to documents to change: 1.)PCB 313810362843/62853(new). 2.)Update (313815864951 sheet
130-04/08/09/23/26)(313815864911 sheet 130-01)
- Update Spare/Different Parts List
REF
ALL

CE

ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

Action
From
To
From
To
New
New
From
To
From
To
New
Del
From
To
From
To
From
To
From
To
From
To
From
To

Item
1
1
1T04
1T04
2422
2509
2A49
2A49
2A54
2A54
3421
3422
3T10
3T10
3T20
3T20
5901
5901
5903
5903
5906
5906
5908
5908

12NC
313810362842
313810362843
311229714221
311229714491
222278119876
222224119876
202255205893
222224119876
202255205893
222224119876
232271161108
232271161108
232276260479
232276260229
232276260479
232276260229
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046
823827736046

Description
SCALER PCB
SCALER PCB
TUNER TD1336O/FGHP
TUNER TD1336/FGHP
CER2 1206 Y5V 16V 10U P8020 R
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R
CER2 0402 X7R 16V 10N PM10 R
CER2 1206 Y5V 10V 10U P8020 R
RST SM 1206 RC01 1R PM5 R
RST SM 1206 RC01 1R PM5 R
RST SM 2512 PRC221 47R PM5 R
RST SM 2512 PRC221 22R PM5 R
RST SM 2512 PRC221 47R PM5 R
RST SM 2512 PRC221 22R PM5 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R
IND FXD SM 7055 33U PM20 R

4. According to the ECO-CA005776,change


37MF231D/37 Different Parts List,the difference is:

According to the ECO-CA005776,change


37MF331D/37 Different Parts List,the difference is:

From

0450

313815641591

CARTON

From 0450 313815641591

CARTON

To

0450

313815642431

CARTON

To

CARTON

0450 313815642431

New 0500 083802600004

LLDPE WRAP

New 0501 283880090387

PALLET

New 0502 313810651051

CARD BOARD

New 0503 313810600601

FAMILY SHEET - W/O ADH.

New 0504 313815641991

SLIP SHEET

New 0505 313815641981

PAPER BOARD

New 0506 313815642431

CARTON

From 0490 313815683221

PALLET LOADING ASSY

To

PALLET LOADING ASSY

0490 313815683471

124

TPE1.0U LA

13. Revision List


5. According to the EC-OS-0603-022,change 37MF231D/37 Different Parts List,the difference is:
Pos. or Item
32MF231D/37
Screw

Original
3138 100 41081

New
3138 168 50213

6. According to the FSB600039,change 26MF231D/37, 32MF231D/37, 37MF231D/37 and 37MF331D/37


Different Parts List,the difference is:
Item

Action

12NC

2H08

from
to
from
to
from
to
from
to

2238 869 15279


3138 168 50267
2238 869 15279
3138 168 50267
2238 869 15399
2238 869 15229
2238 869 15399
2238 869 15229

2H09
2T53
2T54

Description
27PF
15PF
27PF
15PF
33PF
22PF
33PF
22PF

7. According to the ECO-CA006523,FL2D Magnavox 26"/32"/37" All need new software to update,the detail is:
REF
1
3
2
4
5
1
4
5
2
3
3
3

12NC
313815864951
313815866271
313815866721
313815866861
313815866881
863900016765
863900016765
863900016776
863900016776
863900016785
863900016925
863900017199

AltBom CV Description
SCALER PCB ASSY - FL2 26"
SCALER PCB ASSY-37"
SCALER PCB ASSY-FL2 32"
SCALER PCB ASSY FL2 26"-LPL
SCALER ASSY FL2 32"-LPL
0
0
26MF231D/37
1
1
26MF231D/37
0
1
32MF231D/37
1
0
32MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF321D/37

REF Action Item


From 293
1
To
293
From 293
2
To
293
From 293
3
To
293
From 293
4
To
293
5
From 293
To
293

12NC
313815569161
313815569162
313815569151
313815569152
313815569441
313815569442
313815569621
313815569622
313815569631
313815569632

Description
LABEL
LABEL
LABEL
LABEL
LABEL-EEPROM(L)
LABEL - EEPROM (L)
LABEL - EEPROM(LPL)
LABEL - EEPROM (LPL)
LABEL - EEPROM(LPL)
LABEL - EEPROM (LPL)

REF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

12NC
313815864951
313815866271
313815866721
313815866861
313815866881
863900016765
863900016765
863900016776
863900016776
863900016785
863900016925
863900017199

AltBom CV Description
SCALER PCB ASSY - FL2 26"
SCALER PCB ASSY-37"
SCALER PCB ASSY-FL2 32"
SCALER PCB ASSY FL2 26"-LPL
SCALER ASSY FL2 32"-LPL
0
0 26MF231D/37
1
1 26MF231D/37
0
1 32MF231D/37
1
0 32MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF321D/37

REF Action Item


ALL From 291
To
291
ALL From 615
To
615

12NC
313815569131
313815569132
313811709381
313811709382

Description
LABEL
LABEL
HEX CODE OF F/W(NO MATL REQ)
HEX CODE OF F/W (NO MATL REQ)

Improve aging issue: With old software versions, TV set will step out of aging mode when unplugging the power cord or on electricity
break for even a few seconds.
Note: With "r18", press numeric keys 0 6 1 1 4 7 +info key to enter aging mode. To exit aging mode, press "smart sound" key. (With old
version, press 0 6 1 1 4 7 to enter aging mode. To exit aging mode, unplug the power cord.)

8. According to the ECO-CA006495,FL2 change components for 26"32"37"42" all models,the detail is:
REF
1
2
1
2

12NC
313815864901
313815866811
863900016765
863900016776

Description
POWER PCB ASSY- FL2 26"
POWER PCB ASSY - FL2 32"
26MF231D/37
32MF231D/37

TPE1.0U LA

13. Revision List


REF Action Item 12NC
1
From 2086 202203100345
203803513706
To
2086 202203100147
202203100278
203803513503
2
From 2086 202203100345
203803513706
To
2086 202203100147
202203100278
203803513503
ALL Del
3069 823827718921
1
From 3090 232273461002
To
3090 232273461202
2
From 3090 232273461002
To
3090 232273461202
1
From 7071 932222181687
To
7071 823827735008
932222181687
2
From 7071 823827735004
823827735008
To
7071 823827735004
823827735008
932222181687

Description
ELCAP KM 100V S 0U47 PM20 A
ELCAP RGA 100V S 0U47 PM20 A
ELCAP KM 50V S 2U2 PM20 A
ELCAP PF 50V S 2U2 PM20 A
ELCAP RGA 50V S 2U2 PM20 A
ELCAP KM 100V S 0U47 PM20 A
ELCAP RGA 100V S 0U47 PM20 A
ELCAP KM 50V S 2U2 PM20 A
ELCAP PF 50V S 2U2 PM20 A
ELCAP RGA 50V S 2U2 PM20 A
VDR DC 1MA1532V SMAX 930V R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K2 PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K2 PM1 R
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L
MOSFET 30V 80A
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 30V 80A
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 30V 80A
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L

To

12NC
313815864951
313815866271
313815866721
313815866861
313815866881
313815868221
863900016765
863900016765
863900016776
863900016776
863900016785
863900016925
863900017151
863900017195
863900017198
863900017199

REF
1, 2,
4, 5

Action Item 12NC


From 1H00 242254301397
823827736013
To
1H00 823827736071
From 1H00 242254301397
823827736013
To
1H00 823827736071
From 1I00 823827733007
To
1I00 823827733007
823827733019
From 1I00 823827733007
To
1I00 823827733007
823827733019
From 1I01 243803100431
To
1I01 242202605745
243803100431
823827733024
From 1I01 243803100431
To
1I01 242202605745
243803100431
823827733024
From 1I03 242202605754
823827733006
To
1I03 242202605754
823827733006
823827733018
From 1I03 242202605754
823827733006
To
1I03 242202605754
823827733006
823827733018
From 1I04 242202605754
823827733006
To
1I04 242202605754
823827733006
823827733018

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5

1, 2,
4, 5

1, 2,
4, 5

Description
SCALER PCB ASSY - FL2 26"
SCALER PCB ASSY-37"
SCALER PCB ASSY-FL2 32"
SCALER PCB ASSY FL2 26"-LPL
SCALER ASSY FL2 32"-LPL
SCALER PCB ASSY
26MF231D/37
26MF231D/37
32MF231D/37
32MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
42MF531D/37
42MF431D/37
42MF521D/37
37MF321D/37

Description
RES XTL SM 27MHZ 18P DSX840 R
93T22S-64B-H
RES XTL SM 27MHZ 10P HSX840GA
RES XTL SM 27MHZ 18P DSX840 R
93T22S-64B-H
RES XTL SM 27MHZ 10P HSX840GA
RCA JACK 2X2(WRBY)
RCA JACK 2X2(WRBY)
RCA JACK 2X2 (WRBY)
RCA JACK 2X2(WRBY)
RCA JACK 2X2(WRBY)
RCA JACK 2X2 (WRBY)
SOC MDIN H 4P F 69015 B
SOC MDIN H 4P F SH 1481-723 Y
SOC MDIN H 4P F 69015 B
S-VIDEO JACK
SOC MDIN H 4P F 69015 B
SOC MDIN H 4P F SH 1481-723 Y
SOC MDIN H 4P F 69015 B
S-VIDEO JACK
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
RCA JACK 3X2 (RGBWRY)
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
RCA JACK 3X2 (RGBWRY)
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
RCA JACK 3X2 (RGBWRY)

1I04

1, 2,
4, 5

From 1I06
To
1I06

From 1I06
To
1I06

1, 2,
4, 5

From 1T11

1, 2,
4, 5
3
1, 2,
4, 5

3
REF
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
4
5
3
2
2
6
6
6
2

From 1I04

To
1T11
From 1T11
To
From
To
From
To
From

1T11
2014
2014
2014
2014
2A24

To

2A24

From 2A24
To

1, 2,
4, 5

From 2A25
To

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5

To
2H08
From 2H08
To
2H08
From 2H09
To
2H09
From 2H09
To
2H09
From 2T53

2U17

From 2U17
To

2T54

From 2U17
To

2T54

From 2T54
To

1, 2,
4, 5

2T53

From 2T54
To

2T53

From 2T53
To

1, 2,
4, 5

2A25

From 2H08

To
3

2A25

From 2A25
To

1, 2,
4, 5

2A24

2U17

From 2U17
To

2U17

242202605754
823827733006
242202605754
823827733006
823827733018
823827733008
823827733008
823827733021
823827733008
823827733008
823827733021
242254301506
823827736015
823827736073
242254301506
823827736015
823827736073
223858615614
223858015614
223858615614
223858015614
223886915101
223886975101
223886915279
223886975279
223886915101
223886975101
223886915279
223886975279
223886915101
223886975101
223886915279
223886975279
223886915101
223886975101
223886915279
223886975279
223886915279
223886975279
223886975478
223886915279
223886975279
223886975478
223886915279
223886975279
223886975478
223886915279
223886975279
223886975478
223886915339
223886975339
223886915109
223886975109
223886915339
223886975339
223886915109
223886975109
223886915339
223886975339
223886915109
223886975109
223886915339
223886975339
223886915109
223886975109
202055296895
222278413681
202055296895
222278413681
823827736059
202055296895
222278413681
202055296895
222278413681
823827736059
202055296895
222278413681
202055296895
222278413681
823827736059

125

SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B


RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
SOC CINCH H 6P F 2L3 B
RCA JACK 3X2(RBGWRY)
RCA JACK 3X2 (RGBWRY)
SOL HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
SOL HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
SOC HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
SOL HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
SOL HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
SOC HDMI H 19P SM FLANGE
RES XTL SM 25M14 20P NX8045 R
93T22S-82B-H
RES XTL SM 25M14Hz 12P HSX840A
RES XTL SM 25M14 20P NX8045 R
93T22S-82B-H
RES XTL SM 25M14Hz 12P HSX840A
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 220P PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 220P PM10 R
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 220P PM10 R
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 220P PM10 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 100P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 4P7 PM0P25 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 4P7 PM0P25 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 4P7 PM0P25 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 27P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 4P7 PM0P25 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 33P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER1 0402 NP0 50V 10P PM5 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22u PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22u PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22u PM10 R

126
1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5

1, 2,
4, 5
3
1, 2,
4, 5
3
1, 2,
1, 2,
3
3
1, 2,
4, 5
3
1, 2,
1, 2,
4, 5
3
1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5

TPE1.0U LA
From 2U22 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U22 823827736076
From 2U22 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U22 823827736076
From 2U24 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U24 823827736076
From 2U24 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U24 823827736076
From 2U25 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U25 202055296895
222278413681
823827736059
From 2U25 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U25 202055296895
222278413681
823827736059
From 2U25 202055296895
222278413681
To
2U25 202055296895
222278413681
823827736059
From 3001 232270260472
232270461003
To
3001 232270260472
From 3A60 232270570471
To
3A60 232270570759
From 3A60 232270570471
To
3A60 232270570759
From 3A61 232270570471
To
3A61 232270570759
From 3A61 232270570471
To
3A61 232270570759
Del
3H07 232270570229
Del
3J20 232270570101
Del
3J20 232270570562
From 3J21 232270570474
To
3J21 232270570153
From 3LG2 232270570104
To
3LG2 232270570102
From 3LG2 232270570104
To
3LG2 232270570102
Del
3LK9 232270570101
From 3U96 232270570682
To
3U96 232270570223
From 3U96 232270570682
To
3U96 232270570223
From 5H02 242254945325
To
5H02 242254945325
823827736044
From 5H02 242254945325
To
5H02 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J50 242254945325
To
5J50 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J50 242254945325
To
5J50 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J52 242254945325
To
5J52 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J52 242254945325
To
5J52 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J54 242254945325
To
5J54 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J54 242254945325
To
5J54 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J56 242254945325
To
5J56 242254945325
823827736044

13. Revision List


CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X7R 16V 33U PM20 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X7R 16V 33U PM20 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X7R 16V 33U PM20 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X7R 16V 33U PM20 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22u PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22u PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22U PM10 R
CER2 1812 X5R 16V 22u PM10 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 4K7 PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC22H 10K PM1 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 4K7 PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 470R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 22R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 5K6 PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 470K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 15K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 100K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 1K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 100R PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 22K PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 6K8 PM5 R
RST SM 0402 RC31 22K PM5 R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R

1, 2,
4, 5
3

1, 2,
4, 5
3

REF
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

From 5J56 242254945325


To
5J56 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J58 242254945325
To
5J58 242254945325
823827736044
From 5J58 242254945325
To
5J58 242254945325
823827736044
From 7U28 934057587118
To
7U28 823827735015
934057587118
From 7U28 934057587118
To
7U28 823827735015
934057587118

12NC
313815864911
313815866911
863900016765
863900016776
863900016785
863900016925
863900017151
863900017195
863900017198
863900017199

Description
SIDE AV PCB ASSY - FL2 26"
SIDE AV PCB ASSY - FL2 37"
26MF231D/37
32MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
42MF531D/37
42MF431D/37
42MF521D/37
37MF321D/37

REF Action Item 12NC


ALL From 1627 242202605546
To
1627 242202605546
823827733023
ALL From 1628 242202605768
To
1628 242202605768
823827733022
ALL From 3621 212211806209
232270260279
To
3621 212211805631
232270296001
ALL From 3622 212211805639
232270260479
To
3622 212211805642
232270260759
ALL From 3623 212211806209
232270260279
To
3623 212211805631
232270296001
ALL From 3624 212211805639
232270260479
To
3624 212211805642
232270260759

REF
1
1
1
1

12NC
313815866991
863900017151
863900017195
863900017198

FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R


FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R
FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 90R R
FET POW SM PHD38N02LT (PHSE) R
FET POW SM PHD36N03LT
FET POW SM PHD38N02LT (PHSE) R
FET POW SM PHD38N02LT (PHSE) R
FET POW SM PHD36N03LT
FET POW SM PHD38N02LT (PHSE) R

Description
SOC CINCH H 3P F 1L3 YEWHRD B
SOC CINCH H 3P F 1L3 YEWHRD B
PCA JACK 3 X 1 (YWR)
SOC PHONE V 1P F 3.5 ST BK B
SOC PHONE V 1P F 3.5 ST BK B
EARPHONE JACK
RST SM 0603 CR16 27R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 27R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 RC0603 47R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 47R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC0603 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 CR16 27R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 27R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 JUMP. MAX 0R05 R
RST SM 0603 RC0603 47R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 47R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC0603 75R PM5 R
RST SM 0603 RC21 75R PM5 R

Description
POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")
42MF531D/37
42MF431D/37
42MF521D/37

REF Action Item 12NC


ALL From 2062 823827717741
To
2062 202203100432
823827717741
ALL From 2078 203830150159
To
2078 202233300417
203830150159
ALL From 3061 212010500045
823827736036
To
3061 212010500045
ALL From 3062 212010500045
823827736036
To
3062 212010500045
ALL From 5056 313816874511
To
5056 313816874511
313816875411
ALL From 5057 313816874511
To
5057 313816874511
313816875411
ALL From 5058 313816874511
To
5058 313816874511
313816875411

Description
CAPACITOR 220UF/450V
ELCAP PL 450V S 220U PM20 B
CAPACITOR 220UF/450V
CAP PP PPN 100V S 12N PM5 A
CAP PP PPN 100V S 12N PM5 A
CAP PP PPN 100V S 12N PM5 A
RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R18 PM5 A
RESISTOR 0R22 1W PM5
RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R18 PM5 A
RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R18 PM5 A
RESISTOR 0R22 1W PM5
RST MOX 1W RSS A 0R18 PM5 A
FERRITE BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
BEAD

TPE1.0U LA

13. Revision List


ALL From 5059 313816874511
To
5059 313816874511
313816875411
ALL From 5063 313816872621
To
5063 243853598026
313816872621
ALL From 5067 313816872621
To
5067 243853598026
313816872621
ALL From 5076 313816872621
To
5076 243853598026
313816872621
ALL From 5077 313816872621
To
5077 243853598026
313816872621
ALL From 5078 313816872621
To
5078 243853598026
313816872621
ALL Del
6065 932215305685
933699360115
933952580685
ALL From 7063 933179570126
933953410676
To
7063 932216830676
933179540126
933179570126
933953410676
ALL From 7076 932209011673
933197670126
933553530676
To
7076 932209011673
932216833676
933197670126
933553530676
ALL From 7077 933628680215
933967380685
To
7077 932217439685
933628680215
933967380685

FERRITE BEAD
FERRITE BEAD
BEAD
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (PHSE) R
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
TRA SIG BC328-40 (PHSE) A
TRA SIG TBC328-40 (TOSJ) A
TRA SIG BC327-40 (KEC0) A
TRA SIG BC327-40 (PHSE) A
TRA SIG BC328-40 (PHSE) A
TRA SIG TBC328-40 (TOSJ) A
TRA SIG BC548C (KEC0) A
TRA SIG BC548C (PHSE) A
TRA SIG TBC548C (TOSJ) A
TRA SIG BC548C (KEC0) A
TRA SIG BC547C (KEC0) A
TRA SIG BC548C (PHSE) A
TRA SIG TBC548C (TOSJ) A
TRA SIG SM BC858C (PHSE) R
TRA SIG SM BC858CLG (ONSE) R
TRA SIG SM BC857C (KEC0) R
TRA SIG SM BC858C (PHSE) R
TRA SIG SM BC858CLG (ONSE) R

9. According to the ECO-CA006539,FL2 Control Board


change version 63072 and update documents,the
detail is:
REF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

12NC
313815866171
863900016785
863900016925
863900017151
863900017195
863900017198
863900017199

REF Action Item


ALL From 1
To
1
ALL From 2904
To
2904
ALL New 2905
ALL New 2906
ALL New 2907
ALL New 2908
ALL New 2909

Description
KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
42MF531D/37
42MF431D/37
42MF521D/37
37MF321D/37

12NC
313810363061
313810363062
223858615636
223858619812
223858619812
223858619812
223858619812
223858619812
223858619812

Description
KEY CONTROL PCB
KEY CONTROL PCB
CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 100N P8020 R
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 100N P8020 R
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 100N P8020 R
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 100N P8020 R
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 100N P8020 R
CER2 0603 Y5V 50V 100N P8020 R

10. According to the ECO-CA006572,FL2 (26"32"37"42")


Power PCB Assy components to be changed,the
detail is:
REF
1
2
1
2

12NC
313815864901
313815866811
863900016765
863900016776

Description
POWER PCB ASSY- FL2 26"
POWER PCB ASSY - FL2 32"
26MF231D/37
32MF231D/37

REF Action Item 12NC


1
From 1052 242208600208
To
1052 242208600208
823827733002
From 1052 242208600208
2
To
1052 242208600208
823827733002
ALL New 3069 823827736079
From 5054 823827732083
2
To
5054 823827732083
823827732131
1
From 5074 242253601102
242253601105
To
5074 823827732133
2
From 5074 242253601102
242253601105
To
5074 823827732133
1
From 5079 242253601102
242253601105
To
5079 823827732133
2
From 5079 242253601102
242253601105
To
5079 823827732133
From 5080 242253601187
1
To
5080 823827732133
From 5080 242253601187
2
To
5080 823827732133
2
From 7071 823827735004
823827735008
932222181687
To
7071 823827735004
823827735008
823827735016
932222181687

REF
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2

12NC
313815864961
313815868291
863900016785
863900016785
863900016925
863900016925
863900017199
863900017199

12NC
313815866991
863900017151
863900017195
863900017198

Description
FUSE 5X20 HT 4A 250V IEC B
FUSE 5X20 HT 4A 250V IEC B
FUSE 20X5 H T 4A 250V IEC
FUSE 5X20 HT 4A 250V IEC B
FUSE 5X20 HT 4A 250V IEC B
FUSE 20X5 H T 4A 250V IEC
VDR DC 1mA/560V SMAX 930V R
LINE FILTER RING CORE FOR EMI
LINE FILTER RING CORE FOR EMI
73T 174914 HJ
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R017 S50150 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R017 S50150 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R017 S50150 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R017 S50150 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 15U PM10 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 15U PM10 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 30V 80A
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 55A 30V
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L

Description
POWER PCB ASSY 37"
POWER PCB ASSY
37MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF321D/37
37MF321D/37

REF Action Item 12NC


ALL From 1062 242208610654
To
1062 242208610654
823827733025
ALL From 5051 823827732083
To
5051 823827732083
823827732131
ALL From 5074 242253601102
To
5074 823827732133
ALL From 5079 242253601186
242254900795
To
5079 823827732132
ALL From 5080 242253601102
To
5080 823827732133
ALL From 7071 823827735004
823827735008
932222181687
To
7071 823827735008
823827735016
932222181687

REF
1
1
1
1

127

Description
FUSE 5X20 HT 5A 250V IEC B
FUSE 5X20 HT 5A 250V IEC B
FUSE 5A 250V 0215005M
LINE FILTER RING CORE FOR EMI
LINE FILTER RING CORE FOR EMI
73T 174914 HJ
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
IND FXD OL1133V S 10U PM20 Y
COI CHOKE 10UH 0R011 CPH5001 Y
INDUCTOR 2.4uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
TRANSISTOR MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 30V 80A
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L
MOSFET 30V 80A
MOSFET 55A 30V
FET POW STP45NF3LL (ST00) L

Description
POWER PCB ASSY
42MF531D/37
42MF431D/37
42MF521D/37

128

TPE1.0U LA

REF Action Item 12NC


ALL From 1062 242208610654
To
1062 242208610654
823827733025
ALL From 5074 242253601102
To
5074 823827732133
ALL From 5079 823827732095
To
5079 823827732132
ALL From 5080 242253601187
To
5080 823827732133

13. Revision List


Description
FUSE 5X20 HT 5A 250V IEC B
FUSE 5X20 HT 5A 250V IEC B
FUSE 5A 250V 0215005M
IND FXD OL1028H S 10U PM10 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH
INDUCTOR 8uH
INDUCTOR 2.4uH
IND FXD OL1028H S 15U PM10 Y
INDUCTOR 2.3uH

11. According to the ECO-CA006571,FL2 37" Power


Board change version to 313810362953,the detail is:
REF
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2

12NC
313815864961
313815868291
863900016785
863900016785
863900016925
863900016925
863900017199
863900017199

REF Action Item


ALL From 1
To
1
ALL From 2086
To
2086
ALL New
2089
ALL New
2093
ALL New
3045
ALL

New

3046

ALL

New

3047

ALL

ALL

From
To
From
To
Del

3071
3071
3090
3090
5052

ALL

Del

5053

ALL
1

From
To
Del

5061
5061
5063

Del

5063

Del

5072

Del

5072

ALL

From

6063

To

6063

ALL

Del

6065

ALL

New

6079

ALL

New

7079

ALL

New

9066

ALL

New

9067

ALL

New

9068

ALL

New

9069

ALL

Description
POWER PCB ASSY 37"
POWER PCB ASSY
37MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF321D/37
37MF321D/37

12NC
313810362942
313810362943
223858015649
823827736067
823827736063
223858015636
213811201228
232273061228
213811201332
232273061332
212210102214
213810113104
823827718921
823827736075
232273461002
232273461202
243853598026
313816872621
243853598026
313816872621
242253601185
823827732094
243853598026
313816872621
313810134331
313810134341
243853598026
313816872621
313810134331
313810134341
932215305685
933699360115
933952580685
933189210133
933428540673
932215305685
933699360115
933952580685
933117780133
933712910673
933589600215
933589640215
933967270685
933967310685
313810134331
313810134341
313810134331
313810134341
313810134331
313810134341
313810134331
313810134341

Description
POWER PCB
POWER PCB
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 100N PM10 R
2u2 50V NP 5X11
In5 1KV RR type
CER2 0805 X7R 50V 10N PM10 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 2R2 PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC11 2R2 PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC05 3K3 PM5 R
RST SM 0805 RC11 3K3 PM5 R
RST CRB CF1/6 A 100K PM5 A
RST CRB CFR-12 A 100K PM5 A
VDR DC 1MA1532V SMAX 930V R
Varistor 560V 1mA
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K PM1 R
RST SM 0805 RC12H 1K2 PM1 R
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
IND FXD SPT0305 A 68U PM10 A
47uH SMALL INDUCTOR
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
IND FXD BEAD EMI 100MHZ 35R R
BEAD COIL (BF30TA-2.5X3X1B)
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (PHSE) R
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
DIO SIG BAV21 A (PHSE) A
DIO SIG BAV21 (VISH) A
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (PHSE) R
DIO SIG SM BAV103 (VISH) R
DIO REG BZX79-C9V1 A (PHSE) A
DIO REG BZX55-C9V1 A (VISH) A
TRA SIG SM BC847C (PHSE) R
TRA SIG SM BC848C (PHSE) R
TRA SIG SM BC847CLG (ONSE) R
TRA SIG SM BC848CLG (ONSE) R
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE
TIN PLATING COPPER WIRE

12. According to the ECO-CA006546,FL2 26" Base cost


down, test report pls. see attachment ,the detail is:
REF
1

12NC
863900016765

Description
26MF231D/37

REF
ALL

Action
From
To

12NC
313815758392
313815761601

Item
7
50

Description
BASE ASSY
BASE ASSY

TFT WXGA LCD TV

Service
Service
Service

Chassis: TPE1.0U LA
26MF231D/37
32MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF331D/37
37MF321D/37

42MF431D/37
42MF521D/37
42MF531D/37

Styling Sheet

Copyright 2006 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.
Safety regulations require that the set is restored to its original condition and that parts which are identical with those
specified are used.
Subject to modification

Aug. 24 , 2006

PHILIPS

TPE1.0U LA

11

10

Type: 26MF231D/37, 32MF231D/37

TPE1.0U LA

10

11

Type: 37MF231D/37

TPE1.0U LA

10

Type:42MF431D/37

TPE1.0U LA

313815417421

BACK COVER

313815417471

BACK COVER

313815761141

BACK COVER ASSY

313815761141

BACK COVER ASSY

313815761141

BACK COVER ASSY

313815761541

BACK COVER ASSY

313815761541

BACK COVER ASSY

313815761541

BACK COVER ASSY

313815138041

MAIN SHIELD

313815138061

MAIN SHIELD

313815761151

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

313815761151

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

313815761151

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

313815761571

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

313815761571

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

313815761571

MAIN SHIELD ASSY

313815758391

BASE ASSY

313815760911

BASE ASSY

313815760821

BASE ASSY

313815761371

BASE ASSY

313815760821

BASE ASSY

313815761551

BASE ASSY

313815761561

BASE ASSY

313815761551

BASE ASSY

313815864951

SCALER PCB ASSY - FL2 26"

313815866881

SCALER ASSY FL2 32"-LPL

313815866271

SCALER PCB ASSY-37"

313815866271

SCALER PCB ASSY-37"

313815866271

SCALER PCB ASSY-37"

313815868221

SCALER PCB ASSY

313815868221

SCALER PCB ASSY

313815868221

SCALER PCB ASSY

313815864901

POWER PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

313815866811

POWER PCB ASSY - FL2 32"

313815864961

POWER PCB ASSY 37"

313815864961

POWER PCB ASSY 37"

313815864961

POWER PCB ASSY 37"

313815866991

POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")

313815866991

POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")

313815866991

POWER PCB ASSY (FL2 42")

313815760741

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815760771

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815760811

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815761361

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815760811

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815761531

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815761581

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815761531

FRONT BEZEL ASSY

313815864921

IR PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

313815864921

IR PCB ASSY- FL2 26"

313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

42MF531D/37

42MF521D/37

42MF431D/37

37MF331D/37

37MF321D/37

37MF231D/37

32MF231D/37

Styling:

26MF231D/37

Mechanical Parts List

TPE1.0U LA
7

313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

313815866181

IR PCB ASSY -37"

313815864971

KEY BOARD ASSY - FL2

313815864971

KEY BOARD ASSY - FL2

313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815866171

KEY CONTROL PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

313815866211

USB INTERFACE PCB ASSY

10

823827718991

TFT-LCD MOD QD26HL02 REV.02

10

823827720711

LCD LC320W01-SL06

10

932223155682

TFT-LCD LC370WX1-SL02 (LGPH) B

10

823827719111

TFT-LCD MOD LC370WX1-SL04

10

932223155682

TFT-LCD LC370WX1-SL02 (LGPH)

10

823827720931

TFT-LCD MOD T420XW01 V0

10

823827720931

TFT-LCD MOD T420XW01 V0

10

823827720931

TFT-LCD MOD T420XW01 V0

11

823827717541

LSP 8R 5W OPN FU1R O57X126Y

11

823827717541

LSP 8R 5W OPN FU1R O57X126Y

11

823827717531

LSP 8R 10W OPN FULR O58X127Y

11

823827717531

LSP 8R 10W OPN FULR O58X127Y

11

823827732019

LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000052AA)

11

823827732021

LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000052AB)

11

823827732098

LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000085AC)

11

823827732022

LSP BOX 8R 10W (FS-0000053AA)

11

823827732122

LSP BOX 8R 10W-R(PE252AS-RG)

11

823827732121

LSP BOX 8R 10W-L (PE252AS-LG)

11

823827732124

LSP BOX 8R 10W (PE254ABG)

11

823827732123

LSP BOX 8R 10 W(PE254ASG)

TPE1.0U LA

Software change record

Philips Model
26MF231D/37
32MF231D/37
37MF231D/37
37MF321D/37
37MF331D/37

Software release record


SW name
Version Effective date
313811709381
313811709382
313811709381
313811709382
313811709381
313811709382
313811709381
313811709382
313811709381
313811709382

R14
R18
R14
R18
R14
R18
R14
R18
R14
R18

2006-02-27
2006-07-04
2006-02-27
2006-07-04
2006-02-27
2006-07-04
2006-02-27
2006-07-04
2006-02-27
2006-07-04

42MF431D/37
Notes: The latest version of firmware can replace all of prevenient versions.
42MF521D/37
42MF531D/37

Colour Television

Module

AUO (ACER UNIP.) LCD 2k7


T260XW02V400, T260XW02V401
T296XW01V0, T296XW01V3
T315XW01V5
T370XW01V1
T420HW01V2, T420XW01V8

Contents

Page

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis


Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
3
3. Directions for Use
4
4. Mechanical Instructions
5
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 20
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
22
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
22
8. Alignments
22
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets
22
10. Spare Parts List
22
11. Revision List
22

Copyright 2007 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by MW 0770 BU CD Customer Service

Printed in the Netherlands

Subject to modification

EN 3122 785 16901

EN 2

1.

LCD AUO 2K7

Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview


Index of this chapter:
1.1 Introduction
1.2 General
1.3 Specifications
Note:
Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

1.1

Introduction
In this Service Manual you will find all necessary information to
perform the Board Level Repair (= board swap) scenario on
LCD panels. These LCD repair manuals are created per brand,
and they will contain all necessary information for the different
panels used in Philips flat LCD TVs.

1.2

General

Pb

Manufactured 07/49

TM6706003242ZMA03

Model: T260XW02 V.4


AUO Optronics
MADE IN TAIWAN (M1)

RoHS

H_16900_001.eps
260607

Figure 1-1 AUO board labelling (example)

1.3

Specifications
Below find attached the data sheets of the different LCD
panels. Click on the model number to open.
Model T260XW02V4
Model T296XW01V0
Model T296XW01V3
Model T315XW01V5
Model T370XW01V1
Model T420HW01V2
Model T420XW01V8

Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

LCD AUO 2K7

2.

EN 3

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

Index of this chapter:


2.1 General
2.2 Safety Precautions
2.3 Servicing Precautions

2.1

General

Notes:
Only authorised persons should perform servicing of this
module.
When using/handling this unit, pay special attention to the
LCD Module: it should not be enforced into any other way
then next rules, warnings, and/or cautions.
"Warning" indicates a hazard that may lead to death or
injury if the warning is ignored and the product is handled
incorrectly.
"Caution" indicates a hazard that can lead to injury or
damage to property if the caution is ignored and the
product is handled incorrectly.

2.2

Safety Precautions

2.2.1

Warning

2.2.2

Do not supply a voltage higher than specified to this


product. This may damage the product or can create
hazardous situations.
Do not use this product in locations where the humidity is
extremely high, where it may be splashed with water, or
where flammable materials surround it.
Do not install or use the product in a location that does no
satisfy specified environmental conditions. This may
damage the product or can create hazardous situations.
If a foreign substance (such as water, metal, or liquid) gets
inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
If the product emits smoke and abnormal smell, or makes
an abnormal sound, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
Do not (dis)connect the connector while power to the
product is ON. It takes some time for the voltage to drop
to a sufficiently low level after the power has been turned
OFF. Confirm that the voltage has dropped to a safe level
before (dis)connecting the connector.
Do not pull out or insert the power cable from/to an outlet
with wet hands. It may cause electric shock.
If the power cable is damaged, or if the connector is loose,
do not use the product, otherwise, this can lead to
hazardous situations or may cause electric shock.
The LCD Backlight Inverter unit uses a high voltage for the
lamps. Keep the cautions concerning electric shock and do
not touch the device circuitry handling the inverter unit. And
because the capacitors of the device circuitry may remain
charged at the moment of Power OFF, standing for 1
minute is required in order to discharge the device circuitry.

Caution

Do not place this product in a location that is subject to


heavy vibration, or an unstable surface such as an inclined
surface. The product may fall off or fall over, causing
injuries.
Before disconnecting cable from the product, be sure to
turn off the power. Be sure to hold the connector when
disconnecting cables. Pulling a cable with excessive force
may cause the core of the cable to be exposed or break the
cable, and this can lead to fire or electric shock.

2.3

This product contains glass. If shock, vibration, heat or


distortion is applied to the product, the glass may be
broken.
If glass surface of the display breaks or is scratched, do not
touched the broken pieces or the scratched with bare
hands. You may be injured.
LCD Module requires to be handled with special care. LCD
Module is not to be touched with metal or hard materials.
Must not be stressed by heat or mechanical impact.
There are some particular components on the rear panel of
this product. Skin contact with these components may
cause an electric shock. So, handle with care.
While moving the product, be sure to turn off the power,
disconnect all cables and watch your step. Dropping the
product may cause injuries from electric shock. So, while
moving the product handle with care.
When cleaning the panel is necessary, wipe it with a soft
and moistened cloth a neural detergent. Caution on
connector area. Do not use chemicals such as thinner or
benzene.
LCD Module emits heat from the Lamp, Backlight lamp,
and component parts. Therefore, the environmental
temperature must not exceed 50 deg. C. LCD Module
Backlight Inverter system is driven by high voltage, so it
must avoid conductive materials.
If repairing components with a lead line, high voltage or
high temperature components must be put out from a lead
line and fix.
Do not place an object on the surface of the display. The
glass may break or be scratched.
This product may be damaged if it is subject to excessive
stresses (such as excessive voltage, current, or
temperature). The absolute maximum ratings specify the
limits of these stresses.
Do not cover or wrap with any covering materials while
power is applied to the product.
This product is made from various materials such as glass,
metal, and plastic. When discarding it, be sure to contact a
purchase place.
If a discrepancy occurs due to any arbitrary modification or
disassembly, supplier is not responsible for function,
quality or other items.
Within the warranty period, general faults may be charged
for depending on responsibility for the faults. You handle
with care

Servicing Precautions
A colour TFT LCD Module can easily be damaged by both
electrical and mechanical stresses. Users therefore, are
requested to follow the Servicing precautions of colour TFT
LCD Module on the following.

2.3.1

System Assembler

Follow the power sequence: An abnormal power


sequence may cause critical malfunction or electrical
damage.
Prevent physical stress.
Prevent overheat:
High temperatures on the surface of the screen may
cause poor quality. Please use the LCD Module on the
specified temperatures.
Low temperatures (under 10 deg. C) makes the LCD
Module respond slowly, make the Backlight worse
operated, and will shorten very much the lifetime
accordingly.
Keep LCD Module dust-free: The LCD Module is
sensitive against dust; it can cause visual or functional
problems.

EN 4

3.

LCD AUO 2K7

Directions for Use

Do not touch TCP area: Do not touch TCP area at any


case. It can cause Driver IC cracks, film cracks, etc. The
TCP is the weakest point of the LCD Module.
Do not pull Backlight wire: Please do not pull the
Backlight wire, as it can cause the wire to become
disconnected or damaged.
Check the connections of the Inverter & Backlight
connectors: Incomplete connection can cause burnt in
Backlight connectors or damage the inverter.
Handle with care:
Please do not drop, bend, or hit the LCD Module.
Physical stress can cause defects as broken panels.
Keep mounting screw length and motor drivers
torque: Strong motor drivers torque can make a
mechanical defect on LCD Module. Please keep within the
specifications.
Do not operate for a long time under the same pattern:
Operating the LCD Module for a long time with the same
video pattern can cause image persistence and can
eventually damage it.
Defective panels must also be handled with care:
To prevent making other defects, please handle the
defective LCD Module as a good one.
Defective LCD Modules must be repaired.
Do not stack LCD Modules: The LCD Module consists of
fragile components such as TCPs or Glasses. Stacking the
LCD Modules can cause undesired defects.
Do not provide strong pressure at connecting: Strong
pressure can transfer the force to the TCP, which is the
weakest part of the LCD Module. It eventually can make
the TCP crack or lead to other unexpected defects.
Let the Backlight Wire at the backside of the LCD
Module: If let the Backlight wire in front of the LCD Module,
the Backlight connector can hurt the surface of the
polariser.

3. Directions for Use


Not applicable.

2.3.2

Never (dis)connect at power ON: The LCD Module


consists of CMOS components, which are known as weak
components against EOS. It can damage the product.
Electro-static discharge can make damage:
Semi-assembled product should be handled with wrist
strap.
Earth human body when handle the LCD Module.
Please do not touch the interface connector pin.

System Assembler/End User

Keep clean the surface:


Please wear rubber gloves when you touch the surface
of the LCD Module screen.
Please use soft and anti-static material with n-Hexane
as cleaner.
Be careful not to make polariser scratch:
Surface of polariser is soft, so its easily scratched.
Please do not touch, press or rub on polariser surface
with materials over HB hardness.
Be careful with swift temperature and humidity
changes: Swift temperature and or humidity change can
make dew condensation or ice, which can cause nonconformance such as malfunctioning.
Keep out of water:
Water on in the LCD Module can cause electrical short
or corrosion.
Please wipe out or dry water carefully.
Keep the LCD Module free from corrosive gasses:
Corrosive gas can chemically damage the polariser and
the circuitry parts and eventually will cause defects.
Keep the suitable temperature and humidity: High
temperatures and high humidity will shorten the lifetime

Mechanical Instructions

LCD AUO 2K7

4.

EN 5

4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 General
4.2 Model T260XW02V4
4.3 Model T296XW01V0 and T296XW01V3
4.4 Model T315XW01V5
4.5 Model T370XW01V1
4.6 Model T420HW01V2
4.7 Model T420XW01V8

4.1

General

4.1.1

Warnings

4.1.2

Foam Bars

Required for sets


42"

Figures can deviate due to the different module executions.


During repair, place the set face down on a soft surface
(e.g. on foam bars as mentioned in next paragraph), in
order to prevent damaging the display.
Note: With some chassis, it is possible to measure and
replace the boards while the TV is still on its stand.
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.

E_06532_018.eps
171106

Figure 4-2 Foam bars


The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can
be used for all types and sizes of flat displays. See figure
Foam bars for details. Displays with a size of 42 and larger,
require four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are
always supporting the cabinet and never only the display.
Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars,
a stable situation is created to perform measurements and
alignments. By placing a mirror under the display, you can
monitor the screen.
H_16920_001.eps
060407

Figure 4-1 ESD wristband

Be careful during measurements in the high voltage


section. Never pull plugs out under operation conditions,
just to prevent danger caused by electrical sparks.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched on.
Connectors to and from the Inverter Boards must be
thoroughly connected to avoid any electrical sparks during
operation.

4.1.3

Torque Values
Table 4-1 Recommended Torque Values
Screw Type (cross head)

Recommended Torque Value

M2

2.0 kg*F 0.1 kg*F

M2.5

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M2.6

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M3

6.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

EN 6

4.

Mechanical Instructions

LCD AUO 2K7

4.2

Model T260XW02V4

4.2.1

Control Board

4. Remove the fixation screw of the Control board.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

H_16900_026.eps
110707

Figure 4-6 Fixation screw removal


H_16900_002.eps
110707

5. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their


connectors.

Figure 4-3 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one.

H_16900_027.eps
110707

Figure 4-7 Unplug FPCs


H_16900_003.eps
110707

Figure 4-4 Cover screws removal


3. Lift the cover from the Control board.

6. You can now remove the Control Board.


Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

H_16900_007.eps
110707
H_16900_004.eps
110707

Figure 4-5 Lift cover

Figure 4-8 Correct FPC insertion

Mechanical Instructions
4.2.2

LCD AUO 2K7

4.

EN 7

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Inverter Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16900_029.eps
110707

Figure 4-9 Remove Inverter cover


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

H_16900_010.eps
110707

Figure 4-10 Remove Inverter connectors


4. Remove the Inverter board as shown in figure below.

H_16900_030.eps
110707

Figure 4-11 Remove Inverter board

EN 8

4.

Mechanical Instructions

LCD AUO 2K7

4.3

Model T296XW01V0 and T296XW01V3

4.3.1

Control Board

4. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their


connectors.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

H_16900_021.eps
110707

H_16900_002.eps
110707

Figure 4-15 Unplug flat cable

Figure 4-12 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one.

H_16900_020.eps
110707

Figure 4-16 Unplug FPCs


5. You can now remove the Control Board.
H_16900_003.eps
110707

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Figure 4-13 Cover screws removal


Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

3. Lift the cover from the Control board.

H_16900_007.eps
110707
H_16900_004.eps
110707

Figure 4-14 Lift cover

Figure 4-17 Correct FPC insertion

Mechanical Instructions
4.3.2

LCD AUO 2K7

4.

EN 9

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Inverter Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16900_024.eps
110707

Figure 4-18 Inverter cover screw locations

H_16900_023.eps
110707

Figure 4-19 Remove Inverter cover


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

H_16900_010.eps
110707

Figure 4-20 Remove Inverter connectors


4. Unplug the supply connector on the end of the inverter and
remove the Inverter board.

H_16900_025.eps
110707

Figure 4-21 Remove supply connector

EN 10

4.

Mechanical Instructions

LCD AUO 2K7

4.4

Model T315XW01V5

4.4.1

Control Board

4. Remove the fixation screw of the Control board.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

H_16900_026.eps
110707

Figure 4-25 Fixation screw removal


H_16900_002.eps
110707

5. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their


connectors.

Figure 4-22 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one.

H_16900_027.eps
110707

Figure 4-26 Unplug FPCs


H_16900_003.eps
110707

Figure 4-23 Cover screws removal


3. Lift the cover from the Control board.

6. You can now remove the Control Board.


Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

H_16900_007.eps
110707
H_16900_004.eps
110707

Figure 4-24 Lift cover

Figure 4-27 Correct FPC insertion

Mechanical Instructions
4.4.2

4.

EN 11

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Inverter Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16900_008.eps
110707

Figure 4-28 Remove Inverter cover


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

H_16900_010.eps
110707

Figure 4-29 Remove Inverter connectors


4. Remove the Inverter board as shown in figure below.

H_16900_011.eps
110707

Figure 4-30 Remove Inverter board

LCD AUO 2K7

EN 12

4.

Mechanical Instructions

LCD AUO 2K7

4.5

Model T370XW01V1

4.5.1

Control Board

4. Remove the fixation screw of the Control board.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

H_16900_026.eps
110707

Figure 4-34 Fixation screw removal


H_16900_002.eps
110707

5. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their


connectors.

Figure 4-31 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one.

H_16900_027.eps
110707

Figure 4-35 Unplug FPCs


H_16900_003.eps
110707

Figure 4-32 Cover screws removal


3. Lift the cover from the Control board.

6. You can now remove the Control Board.


Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

H_16900_007.eps
110707
H_16900_004.eps
110707

Figure 4-33 Lift cover

Figure 4-36 Correct FPC insertion

Mechanical Instructions
4.5.2

LCD AUO 2K7

4.

EN 13

4. Remove the Inverter board as shown in figure below.

Inverter Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16900_033.eps
250707

Figure 4-40 Remove Inverter board


5. Unplug connector CN2 on the Inverter board.
H_16900_031.eps
250707

Figure 4-37 Remove Inverter cover screws

H_16900_034.eps
250707

H_16900_032.eps
250707

Figure 4-41 Remove connector CN2


Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Figure 4-38 Remove Inverter cover


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

H_16900_010.eps
110707

Figure 4-39 Remove Inverter connectors

EN 14

4.

LCD AUO 2K7

4.6

Model T420HW01V2

4.6.1

Control Board

Mechanical Instructions

4. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their


connectors.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

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H_16901_013.eps
171007

Figure 4-45 Unplug FPCs


5. You can now remove the Control Board.

Figure 4-42 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one.

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

H_16901_014.eps
171007

H_16900_007.eps
110707

Figure 4-43 Cover screws removal


Figure 4-46 Correct FPC insertion
3. Lift the cover from the Control board.

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Figure 4-44 Lift cover

Mechanical Instructions
4.6.2

4.

EN 15

Reassembly Master Inverter


To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Inverter Board(s)
Disassembly Master Inverter
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16901_018.eps
171007

Figure 4-47 Remove Inverter cover screws


3. Unplug the lamp connector on the inverter. Be careful not
to pull and drag the wires. The use of a pair of pliers can be
helpful.

H_16901_019.eps
171007

Figure 4-48 Remove Inverter connectors


4. Unplug connector on the Inverter board (see figure below),
and remove the inverter panel.

H_16901_020.eps
171007

Figure 4-49 Remove connector

LCD AUO 2K7

EN 16

4.

LCD AUO 2K7

Mechanical Instructions
Reassembly Slave Inverter
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

Disassembly Slave Inverter


1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16901_021.eps
171007

Figure 4-50 Remove Inverter cover screws


3. Unplug the lamp connector on the inverter. Be careful not
to pull and drag the wires. The use of a pair of pliers can be
helpful.

H_16901_022.eps
171007

Figure 4-51 Remove Inverter connectors


4. Unplug connector on the Inverter board (see figure below),
and remove the inverter panel.

H_16901_023.eps
171007

Figure 4-52 Remove connector

Mechanical Instructions
4.7

Model T420XW01V8

4.7.1

Control Board

LCD AUO 2K7

4.

EN 17

4. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their


connectors.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

H_16901_004.eps
171007

H_16901_001.eps
171007

Figure 4-56 Unplug FPCs


5. You can now remove the Control Board.

Figure 4-53 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one.

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

H_16900_007.eps
110707
H_16901_002.eps
171007

Figure 4-54 Cover screws removal


3. Lift the cover from the Control board.

H_16901_003.eps
171007

Figure 4-55 Lift cover

Figure 4-57 Correct FPC insertion

EN 18
4.7.2

4.

LCD AUO 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter Board(s)

4. Unplug connector on the Inverter board (see figure below)


and remove the inverter panel.

Disassembly Master Inverter


1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16901_008.eps
171007

Figure 4-61 Remove connector


Reassembly Master Inverter
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

H_16901_005.eps
171007

Figure 4-58 Remove Inverter cover screws

H_16901_006.eps
171007

Figure 4-59 Remove Inverter cover


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

H_16901_007.eps
171007

Figure 4-60 Remove Inverter connectors

Mechanical Instructions

LCD AUO 2K7

4.

EN 19

Disassembly Slave Inverter


1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws, and remove the cover.

H_16901_012.eps
171007

Figure 4-65 Remove connector

H_16901_009.eps
171007

Figure 4-62 Remove Inverter cover screws

H_16901_010.eps
171007

Figure 4-63 Remove Inverter cover


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

H_16901_011.eps
171007

Figure 4-64 Remove Inverter connectors


4. Unplug connector on the Inverter board (see figure below),
and remove the inverter panel.

Reassembly Slave Inverter


To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

EN 20

5.

LCD AUO 2K7

Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter:
5.1 Service Modes
5.2 Error Codes
5.3 Fault Finding

5.1

Service Modes
Not applicable.

5.2

Error Codes
Not applicable.

5.3

Fault Finding

H-LI NE

V- LI NE

H-BLOCK

V- BL OCK (less than half frame)

Mura

Br ight point

Dark point

Spacer broken
H_16901_024.eps
261007

Figure 5-1 Symptom/Cure overview: exchange the control board in case of these symptoms

Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

LCD AUO 2K7

B/L shut down


No Display

H_16901_025.eps
261007

Figure 5-2 Symptom/Cure overview: replace the inverter in case of this symptom

H_16901_017.eps
171007

Figure 5-3 Fault Finding in the inverter parts

5.

EN 21

EN 22

6.

LCD AUO 2K7

Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms

6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms


Not applicable.

7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Not applicable

8. Alignments
Not applicable.

9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets


9.1

Circuit Descriptions
Not applicable

9.2

Abbreviation List
AUO
CCFL
CMO
COF
CPT
DC
FET
FFC
FPC
IC
LCD
LCM
LED
LPL
PCB
PSU
PWB
RGB
TCP

9.3

Acer Unipack Optronics (supplier)


Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp
Chi Mei Optoelectronics (supplier)
Chip On Flex / Foil / Film
Chunghwa Picture Tubes (supplier)
Direct Current
Field Effect Transistor
Flat Foil Cable
Flexible Printed Circuit
Integrated Circuit
Liquid Crystal Display
Liquid Crystal Module
Light Emitting Diode
LG Philips LCD (supplier)
Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB)
Power Supply Unit
Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB)
Red, Green, Blue colour space
Tape Carrier Package

IC Data Sheets
Not applicable

10. Spare Parts List


Please refer to the Philips Service website, for an actual
overview (monthly updated).

11. Revision List


Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
First release.
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1
Info on 42 models added.

Colour Television

Module

CMO (CHI MEI OPT.) LCD 2k7


V315B1-L05
V320B1-L05
V470H1-L03

Contents

Page

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis


Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
3
3. Directions for Use
4
4. Mechanical Instructions
5
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 10
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
11
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
11
8. Alignments
11
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets
11
10. Spare Parts List
11
11. Revision List
11

Copyright 2007 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by MW 0770 BU CD Customer Service

Printed in the Netherlands

Subject to modification

EN 3122 785 16921

EN 2

1.

LCD CMO 2K7

Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview


Index of this chapter:
1.1 Introduction
1.2 General
1.3 Specifications
Note:
Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

1.1

Introduction
In this Service Manual you will find all necessary information to
perform the Board Level Repair (= board swap) scenario on
LCD panels. The LCD repair manuals are created per brand,
and they will contain all necessary information for the different
panels used in Philips flat LCD TVs.

1.2

General

CHI

MEI

OPTOELECTRONICS

E207943
V320B1

-L05 Rev. XX

MADE IN TAIWAN

XXXXXXXYMDLNNNN

(a) Model Name: V320B1-L05


(b) Revision: Rev. XX, for example: A0, A1 B1, B2 or C1, C2etc.
(c) Serial ID: X X X X X X X Y M D L N N N N
Serial No.
Product Line
Year, Month, Date
CMO Internal Use
CMO Internal Use
Revision
CMO Internal Use
Serial ID includes the information as below:
(a) Manufactured Date: Year: 0~9, for 2000~2009
Month: 1~9, A~C, for Jan. ~ Dec.
Day: 1~9, A~Y, for 1st to 31st, exclude I ,O, and U.
(b) Revision Code: Cover all the change
(c) Serial No.: Manufacturing sequence of product
(d) Product Line: 1 -> Line1, 2 -> Line 2, etc.

H_16920_023.eps
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Figure 1-1 CMO module label

1.3

Specifications
Below find attached the data sheets of the different LCD
panels. Click on the model number to open.
Model V315B1-L05
Model V320B1-L05
Model V470H1-L03

Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

LCD CMO 2K7

2.

EN 3

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

2.1

Index of this chapter:


2.1 General
2.2 Safety Precautions
2.3 Servicing Precautions

General

Notes:
Only authorised persons should perform servicing of this
module.
When using/handling this unit, pay special attention to the
LCD Module: it should not be enforced into any other way
then next rules, warnings, and/or cautions.
"Warning" indicates a hazard that may lead to death or
injury if the warning is ignored and the product is handled
incorrectly.
"Caution" indicates a hazard that can lead to injury or
damage to property if the caution is ignored and the
product is handled incorrectly.

2.2

Safety Precautions

2.2.1

Warning

2.2.2

Do not supply a voltage higher than specified to this


product. This may damage the product or can create
hazardous situations.
Do not use this product in locations where the humidity is
extremely high, where it may be splashed with water, or
where flammable materials surround it.
Do not install or use the product in a location that does no
satisfy specified environmental conditions. This may
damage the product or can create hazardous situations.
If a foreign substance (such as water, metal, or liquid) gets
inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
If the product emits smoke and abnormal smell, or makes
an abnormal sound, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
Do not (dis)connect the connector while power to the
product is ON. It takes some time for the voltage to drop
to a sufficiently low level after the power has been turned
OFF. Confirm that the voltage has dropped to a safe level
before (dis)connecting the connector.
Do not pull out or insert the power cable from/to an outlet
with wet hands. It may cause electric shock.
If the power cable is damaged, or if the connector is loose,
do not use the product, otherwise, this can lead to
hazardous situations or may cause electric shock.
The LCD Backlight Inverter unit uses a high voltage for the
lamps. Keep the cautions concerning electric shock and do
not touch the device circuitry handling the inverter unit. And
because the capacitors of the device circuitry may remain
charged at the moment of Power OFF, standing for 1
minute is required in order to discharge the device circuitry.

Caution

Do not place this product in a location that is subject to


heavy vibration, or an unstable surface such as an inclined
surface. The product may fall off or fall over, causing
injuries.
Before disconnecting cable from the product, be sure to
turn off the power. Be sure to hold the connector when
disconnecting cables. Pulling a cable with excessive force
may cause the core of the cable to be exposed or break the
cable, and this can lead to fire or electric shock.

2.3

This product contains glass. If shock, vibration, heat or


distortion is applied to the product, the glass may be
broken.
If glass surface of the display breaks or is scratched, do not
touched the broken pieces or the scratched with bare
hands. You may be injured.
LCD Module requires to be handled with special care. LCD
Module is not to be touched with metal or hard materials.
Must not be stressed by heat or mechanical impact.
There are some particular components on the rear panel of
this product. Skin contact with these components may
cause an electric shock. So, handle with care.
While moving the product, be sure to turn off the power,
disconnect all cables and watch your step. Dropping the
product may cause injuries from electric shock. So, while
moving the product handle with care.
When cleaning the panel is necessary, wipe it with a soft
and moistened cloth a neural detergent. Caution on
connector area. Do not use chemicals such as thinner or
benzene.
LCD Module emits heat from the Lamp, Backlight lamp,
and component parts. Therefore, the environmental
temperature must not exceed 50 deg. C. LCD Module
Backlight Inverter system is driven by high voltage, so it
must avoid conductive materials.
If repairing components with a lead line, high voltage or
high temperature components must be put out from a lead
line and fix.
Do not place an object on the surface of the display. The
glass may break or be scratched.
This product may be damaged if it is subject to excessive
stresses (such as excessive voltage, current, or
temperature). The absolute maximum ratings specify the
limits of these stresses.
Do not cover or wrap with any covering materials while
power is applied to the product.
This product is made from various materials such as glass,
metal, and plastic. When discarding it, be sure to contact a
purchase place.
If a discrepancy occurs due to any arbitrary modification or
disassembly, supplier is not responsible for function,
quality or other items.
Within the warranty period, general faults may be charged
for depending on responsibility for the faults. You handle
with care

Servicing Precautions
A colour TFT LCD Module can easily be damaged by both
electrical and mechanical stresses. Users therefore, are
requested to follow the Servicing precautions of colour TFT
LCD Module on the following.

2.3.1

System Assembler

Follow the power sequence: An abnormal power


sequence may cause critical malfunction or electrical
damage.
Prevent physical stress.
Prevent overheat:
High temperatures on the surface of the screen may
cause poor quality. Please use the LCD Module on the
specified temperatures.
Low temperatures (under 10 deg. C) makes the LCD
Module respond slowly, make the Backlight worse
operated, and will shorten very much the lifetime
accordingly.
Keep LCD Module dust-free: The LCD Module is
sensitive against dust; it can cause visual or functional
problems.

EN 4

3.

LCD CMO 2K7

Directions for Use

Do not touch TCP area: Do not touch TCP area at any


case. It can cause Driver IC cracks, film cracks, etc. The
TCP is the weakest point of the LCD Module.
Do not pull Backlight wire: Please do not pull the
Backlight wire, as it can cause the wire to become
disconnected or damaged.
Check the connections of the Inverter & Backlight
connectors: Incomplete connection can cause burnt in
Backlight connectors or damage the inverter.
Handle with care:
Please do not drop, bend, or hit the LCD Module.
Physical stress can cause defects as broken panels.
Keep mounting screw length and motor drivers
torque: Strong motor drivers torque can make a
mechanical defect on LCD Module. Please keep within the
specifications.
Do not operate for a long time under the same pattern:
Operating the LCD Module for a long time with the same
video pattern can cause image persistence and can
eventually damage it.
Defective panels must also be handled with care:
To prevent making other defects, please handle the
defective LCD Module as a good one.
Defective LCD Modules must be repaired.
Do not stack LCD Modules: The LCD Module consists of
fragile components such as TCPs or Glasses. Stacking the
LCD Modules can cause undesired defects.
Do not provide strong pressure at connecting: Strong
pressure can transfer the force to the TCP, which is the
weakest part of the LCD Module. It eventually can make
the TCP crack or lead to other unexpected defects.
Let the Backlight Wire at the backside of the LCD
Module: If let the Backlight wire in front of the LCD Module,
the Backlight connector can hurt the surface of the
polariser.

3. Directions for Use


Not applicable.

2.3.2

Never (dis)connect at power ON: The LCD Module


consists of CMOS components, which are known as weak
components against EOS. It can damage the product.
Electro-static discharge can make damage:
Semi-assembled product should be handled with wrist
strap.
Earth human body when handle the LCD Module.
Please do not touch the interface connector pin.

System Assembler/End User

Keep clean the surface:


Please wear rubber gloves when you touch the surface
of the LCD Module screen.
Please use soft and anti-static material with n-Hexane
as cleaner.
Be careful not to make polariser scratch:
Surface of polariser is soft, so its easily scratched.
Please do not touch, press or rub on polariser surface
with materials over HB hardness.
Be careful with swift temperature and humidity
changes: Swift temperature and or humidity change can
make dew condensation or ice, which can cause nonconformance such as malfunctioning.
Keep out of water:
Water on in the LCD Module can cause electrical short
or corrosion.
Please wipe out or dry water carefully.
Keep the LCD Module free from corrosive gasses:
Corrosive gas can chemically damage the polariser and
the circuitry parts and eventually will cause defects.
Keep the suitable temperature and humidity: High
temperatures and high humidity will shorten the lifetime

Mechanical Instructions

LCD CMO 2K7

4.

EN 5

4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 General
4.2 Models V315B1-L05 and V320B1-L05
4.2.1 Control Board
4.2.2 Inverter Board
4.3 Model V470H1-L03
4.3.1 Control Board
4.3.2 Inverter Board

4.1

General

4.1.1

Warnings

4.1.2

Foam Bars

Required for sets


42"

Figures can deviate due to the different module executions.


During repair, place the set face down on a soft surface
(e.g. on foam bars as mentioned in next paragraph), in
order to prevent damaging the display.
Note: With some chassis, it is possible to measure and
replace the boards while the TV is still on its stand.
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.

E_06532_018.eps
171106

Figure 4-2 Foam bars


The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can
be used for all types and sizes of flat displays. See figure
Foam bars for details. Displays with a size of 42 and larger,
require four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are
always supporting the cabinet and never only the display.
Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars,
a stable situation is created to perform measurements and
alignments. By placing a mirror under the display, you can
monitor the screen.
H_16920_001.eps
060407

Figure 4-1 ESD wristband

Be careful during measurements in the high voltage


section. Never pull plugs out under operation conditions,
just to prevent danger caused by electrical sparks.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched on.
Connectors to and from the Inverter Boards must be
thoroughly connected to avoid any electrical sparks during
operation.

4.1.3

Torque Values
Table 4-1 Recommended Torque Values
Screw Type (cross head)

Recommended Torque Value

M2

2.0 kg*F 0.1 kg*F

M2.5

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M2.6

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M3

6.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

EN 6

4.

Mechanical Instructions

LCD CMO 2K7

4.2

Models V315B1-L05 and V320B1-L05

4.2.1

Control Board

Reassembly

Disassembly

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and place the Control
Board on the panel via the alignment pins.

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and remove the screws
of the metal cover (the number of screws depends on the
model).

H_16920_020.eps
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H_16920_016.eps
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Figure 4-6 Alignment pins


2. Insert and lock the FFCs into their connectors.

Figure 4-3 Cover screws


2. Remove the cover in the direction as shown. Be sure not to
damage the FFCs.

H_16920_021.eps
110407

Figure 4-7 FFC insertion


H_16920_017.eps
110407

3. Place the metal cover in the direction shown.

Figure 4-4 Remove cover


3. Release the four FFCs from their connectors, use tweezers
if possible.

H_16920_022.eps
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Figure 4-8 Cover placement


H_16920_018.eps
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Figure 4-5 Release FFCs


4. You can now remove the Control Board.

4. Secure the cover screws (refer to earlier figure Cover


screws).

Mechanical Instructions
4.2.2

LCD CMO 2K7

4.

EN 7

Inverter Board

Reassembly

Disassembly

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and place the Inverter
Board on the panel via the alignment pins.

1. Place the panel on the foam bars.


2. Remove the connectors attached to the inverter. Start at
the top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires.

H_16920_010.eps
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Figure 4-12 Alignment pins


H_16920_002.eps
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Figure 4-9 Remove connectors

2. Insert the connectors. Be sure to place the round spot


upwards. Important: Connectors should be well
connected, to avoid electrical sparks!

3. Withdraw the grounding wire from the inverter. Be careful


not to pull and drag the wire.

H_16920_011.eps
060407
H_16920_006.eps
060407

Figure 4-10 Release grounding wire

Figure 4-13 FFC insertion


3. Place the grounding wire to the Inverter Board. Check if
placed correctly.

4. Remove the five fixation screws as indicated.

H_16920_012.eps
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H_16920_007.eps
060407

Figure 4-14 Grounding wire placement


Figure 4-11 Remove fixation screws
5. Remove the Inverter Board.

4. Assembly completed. Check lamp functioning.

EN 8

4.

Mechanical Instructions

LCD CMO 2K7

4.3

Model V470H1-L03

4.3.1

Control Board

Reassembly

Disassembly

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and place the Control
Board on the panel via the alignment pins.
2. Insert and lock the FFCs into their connectors.

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and remove the screws
of the metal cover (the number of screws depends on the
model).

H_16920_029.eps
101007
H_16920_027.eps
101007

Figure 4-15 Cover screws

Figure 4-18 FFC insertion


3. Place the metal cover in the direction shown.

2. Remove the cover in the direction as shown. Be sure not to


damage the FFCs.

H_16920_028.eps
101007

Figure 4-19 Place cover


H_16920_028.eps
101007

4. Secure the cover screws.

Figure 4-16 Remove cover


3. Release the four FFCs from their connectors, use tweezers
if possible.

H_16920_027.eps
101007

H_16920_029.eps
101007

Figure 4-17 Release FFCs


4. You can now remove the Control Board.

Figure 4-20 Cover screws

Mechanical Instructions
4.3.2

LCD CMO 2K7

4.

EN 9

Inverter Board

Reassembly

Disassembly

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and place the Inverter
Board on the panel via the alignment pins.
2. Insert and lock the FFC into its connector.

1. Place the panel on the foam bars, and remove the screws
of the inverter cover (the number of screws depends on the
model).
2. Remove the inverter cover in the direction as shown.

H_16920_033.eps
101007

H_16920_031.eps
101007

Figure 4-21 Remove connectors

Figure 4-24 FFC insertion


3. Insert the lamp connectors. Be sure to place the round spot
upwards. Important: Connectors should be well
connected, to avoid electrical sparks!

3. Remove the connectors attached to the inverter. Start at


the top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. Use
tweezers if necessary.

H_16920_032.eps
101007

H_16920_032.eps
101007

Figure 4-25 Insert lamp connectors


4. Place the inverter cover and secure the cover screws.

Figure 4-22 Remove connectors


4. Release the FFC from its connector.

H_16920_031.eps
101007

H_16920_033.eps
101007

Figure 4-26 Place cover


5. Assembly completed. Check lamp functioning.

Figure 4-23 Remove FFC


5. Remove the Inverter Board.

EN 10

5.

Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

LCD CMO 2K7

5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter:
5.1 Models: 32-inch and 47-inch

5.1

Models: 32-inch and 47-inch

5.1.1

Fault Finding

E xchange Control B oard case 1 ~ 5 (Abnormal display No display Noise)

Case 1

Case 2

Case 3

Case 4

Case 5

E xchange I nverter case 6 ~ 7


2~3 sec

Case 6

Case 7
H_16920_024.eps
010507

Figure 5-1 Symptom overview

Table 5-1 Inverter Interface Impedance (CN-1)


Pin No.

Symbol

Impedance

11

ADIM

172 kohm 10%

12

BLON

67 kohm 10%

13

PDIM

51 kohm 10%

Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms

LCD CMO 2K7

6.

6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms


Not applicable.

7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Not applicable

8. Alignments
Not applicable.

9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets


9.1

Circuit Descriptions
Not applicable

9.2

Abbreviation List
AUO
CCFL
CMO
COF
CPT
DC
FET
FFC
FPC
IC
LCD
LCM
LED
LPL
PCB
PSU
PWB
RGB
TCP

9.3

Acer Unipack Optronics (supplier)


Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp
Chi Mei Optoelectronics (supplier)
Chip On Flex / Foil / Film
Chunghwa Picture Tubes (supplier)
Direct Current
Field Effect Transistor
Flat Foil Cable
Flexible Printed Circuit
Integrated Circuit
Liquid Crystal Display
Liquid Crystal Module
Light Emitting Diode
LG Philips LCD (supplier)
Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB)
Power Supply Unit
Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB)
Red, Green, Blue colour space
Tape Carrier Package

IC Data Sheets
Not applicable

10. Spare Parts List


Please refer to the Philips Service website, for an actual
overview (monthly updated).

11. Revision List


Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
First release.
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1
Model V470H1-L03 added.

EN 11

EN 12

11.

LCD CMO 2K7

Revision List

Colour Television

Module

CPT (CHUNGHWA) LCD 2k7


CLAA320WA01C / CLAA320WB02P
CLAA370WA03

Contents

Page

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis


Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
3
3. Directions for Use
4
4. Mechanical Instructions
5
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 10
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
11
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
11
8. Alignments
11
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets
11
10. Spare Parts List
11
11. Revision List
11

Copyright 2007 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by MW 0771 BU CD Customer Service

Printed in the Netherlands

Subject to modification

EN 3122 785 16911

EN 2

1.

Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

LCD CPT 2K7

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview


Index of this chapter:
1.1 Introduction
1.3 Specifications
Note:
Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

1.1

Introduction
In this Service Manual you will find all necessary information to
perform the Board Level Repair (= board swap) scenario on
LCD panels. These LCD repair manuals are created per brand,

1.2

and they will contain all necessary information for the different
panels used in Philips flat LCD TVs.

General

Model Name Barecode

- Model Name CLAA320WB02


- Panel ID XXXXXXXX
XXX
CPT Internal Use.
- Product date

X XX XXXX X XXX
Customer NO.
Product Line.
Serial NO.
Week.
Year.

(b) MODULE LABEL :

(c) B/L MAKER LABEL :

H_16911_003.eps
141107

Figure 1-1 CPT board labelling

1.3

Specifications
Below find attached the data sheets of the different LCD
panels. Click on the model number to open.
Model CLAA320WB02P

Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

LCD CPT 2K7

2.

EN 3

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes


Index of this chapter:
2.1 General
2.2 Safety Precautions
2.3 Servicing Precautions

2.1

General

Notes:
Only authorised persons should perform servicing of this
module.
When using/handling this unit, pay special attention to the
LCD Module: it should not be enforced into any other way
then next rules, warnings, and/or cautions.
"Warning" indicates a hazard that may lead to death or
injury if the warning is ignored and the product is handled
incorrectly.
"Caution" indicates a hazard that can lead to injury or
damage to property if the caution is ignored and the
product is handled incorrectly.

2.2

Safety Precautions

2.2.1

Warning

2.2.2

Do not supply a voltage higher than specified to this


product. This may damage the product or can create
hazardous situations.
Do not use this product in locations where the humidity is
extremely high, where it may be splashed with water, or
where flammable materials surround it.
Do not install or use the product in a location that does no
satisfy specified environmental conditions. This may
damage the product or can create hazardous situations.
If a foreign substance (such as water, metal, or liquid) gets
inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
If the product emits smoke and abnormal smell, or makes
an abnormal sound, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
Do not (dis)connect the connector while power to the
product is ON. It takes some time for the voltage to drop
to a sufficiently low level after the power has been turned
OFF. Confirm that the voltage has dropped to a safe level
before (dis)connecting the connector.
Do not pull out or insert the power cable from/to an outlet
with wet hands. It may cause electric shock.
If the power cable is damaged, or if the connector is loose,
do not use the product, otherwise, this can lead to
hazardous situations or may cause electric shock.
The LCD Backlight Inverter unit uses a high voltage for the
lamps. Keep the cautions concerning electric shock and do
not touch the device circuitry handling the inverter unit. And
because the capacitors of the device circuitry may remain
charged at the moment of Power OFF, standing for 1
minute is required in order to discharge the device circuitry.

Caution

Do not place this product in a location that is subject to


heavy vibration, or an unstable surface such as an inclined
surface. The product may fall off or fall over, causing
injuries.
Before disconnecting cable from the product, be sure to
turn off the power. Be sure to hold the connector when
disconnecting cables. Pulling a cable with excessive force
may cause the core of the cable to be exposed or break the
cable, and this can lead to fire or electric shock.

2.3

This product contains glass. If shock, vibration, heat or


distortion is applied to the product, the glass may be
broken.
If glass surface of the display breaks or is scratched, do not
touched the broken pieces or the scratched with bare
hands. You may be injured.
LCD Module requires to be handled with special care. LCD
Module is not to be touched with metal or hard materials.
Must not be stressed by heat or mechanical impact.
There are some particular components on the rear panel of
this product. Skin contact with these components may
cause an electric shock. So, handle with care.
While moving the product, be sure to turn off the power,
disconnect all cables and watch your step. Dropping the
product may cause injuries from electric shock. So, while
moving the product handle with care.
When cleaning the panel is necessary, wipe it with a soft
and moistened cloth a neural detergent. Caution on
connector area. Do not use chemicals such as thinner or
benzene.
LCD Module emits heat from the Lamp, Backlight lamp,
and component parts. Therefore, the environmental
temperature must not exceed 50 deg. C. LCD Module
Backlight Inverter system is driven by high voltage, so it
must avoid conductive materials.
If repairing components with a lead line, high voltage or
high temperature components must be put out from a lead
line and fix.
Do not place an object on the surface of the display. The
glass may break or be scratched.
This product may be damaged if it is subject to excessive
stresses (such as excessive voltage, current, or
temperature). The absolute maximum ratings specify the
limits of these stresses.
Do not cover or wrap with any covering materials while
power is applied to the product.
This product is made from various materials such as glass,
metal, and plastic. When discarding it, be sure to contact a
purchase place.
If a discrepancy occurs due to any arbitrary modification or
disassembly, supplier is not responsible for function,
quality or other items.
Within the warranty period, general faults may be charged
for depending on responsibility for the faults. You handle
with care

Servicing Precautions
A colour TFT LCD Module can easily be damaged by both
electrical and mechanical stresses. Users therefore, are
requested to follow the Servicing precautions of colour TFT
LCD Module on the following.

2.3.1

System Assembler

Follow the power sequence: An abnormal power


sequence may cause critical malfunction or electrical
damage.
Prevent physical stress.
Prevent overheat:
High temperatures on the surface of the screen may
cause poor quality. Please use the LCD Module on the
specified temperatures.
Low temperatures (under 10 deg. C) makes the LCD
Module respond slowly, make the Backlight worse
operated, and will shorten very much the lifetime
accordingly.
Keep LCD Module dust-free: The LCD Module is
sensitive against dust; it can cause visual or functional
problems.

EN 4

3.

LCD CPT 2K7

Directions for Use

Do not touch TCP area: Do not touch TCP area at any


case. It can cause Driver IC cracks, film cracks, etc. The
TCP is the weakest point of the LCD Module.
Do not pull Backlight wire: Please do not pull the
Backlight wire, as it can cause the wire to become
disconnected or damaged.
Check the connections of the Inverter & Backlight
connectors: Incomplete connection can cause burnt in
Backlight connectors or damage the inverter.
Handle with care:
Please do not drop, bend, or hit the LCD Module.
Physical stress can cause defects as broken panels.
Keep mounting screw length and motor drivers
torque: Strong motor drivers torque can make a
mechanical defect on LCD Module. Please keep within the
specifications.
Do not operate for a long time under the same pattern:
Operating the LCD Module for a long time with the same
video pattern can cause image persistence and can
eventually damage it.
Defective panels must also be handled with care:
To prevent making other defects, please handle the
defective LCD Module as a good one.
Defective LCD Modules must be repaired.
Do not stack LCD Modules: The LCD Module consists of
fragile components such as TCPs or Glasses. Stacking the
LCD Modules can cause undesired defects.
Do not provide strong pressure at connecting: Strong
pressure can transfer the force to the TCP, which is the
weakest part of the LCD Module. It eventually can make
the TCP crack or lead to other unexpected defects.
Let the Backlight Wire at the backside of the LCD
Module: If let the Backlight wire in front of the LCD Module,
the Backlight connector can hurt the surface of the
polariser.

3. Directions for Use


Not applicable.

2.3.2

Never (dis)connect at power ON: The LCD Module


consists of CMOS components, which are known as weak
components against EOS. It can damage the product.
Electro-static discharge can make damage:
Semi-assembled product should be handled with wrist
strap.
Earth human body when handle the LCD Module.
Please do not touch the interface connector pin.

System Assembler/End User

Keep clean the surface:


Please wear rubber gloves when you touch the surface
of the LCD Module screen.
Please use soft and anti-static material with n-Hexane
as cleaner.
Be careful not to make polariser scratch:
Surface of polariser is soft, so its easily scratched.
Please do not touch, press or rub on polariser surface
with materials over HB hardness.
Be careful with swift temperature and humidity
changes: Swift temperature and or humidity change can
make dew condensation or ice, which can cause nonconformance such as malfunctioning.
Keep out of water:
Water on in the LCD Module can cause electrical short
or corrosion.
Please wipe out or dry water carefully.
Keep the LCD Module free from corrosive gasses:
Corrosive gas can chemically damage the polariser and
the circuitry parts and eventually will cause defects.
Keep the suitable temperature and humidity: High
temperatures and high humidity will shorten the lifetime

Mechanical Instructions

LCD CPT 2K7

4.

EN 5

4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 General
4.2 Model CLAA320WB02P / CLAA320WA01C
4.3 Model CLAA370WA03

4.1

General

4.1.1

Warnings

4.1.3

Foam Bars

Figures can deviate due to the different module executions.


During repair, place the set face down on a soft surface
(e.g. on foam bars as mentioned in next paragraph), in
order to prevent damaging the display.
Note: With some chassis, it is possible to measure and
replace the boards while the TV is still on its stand.
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.

Required for sets


42"

E_06532_018.eps
171106

Figure 4-2 Foam bars


The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can
be used for all types and sizes of flat displays. See figure
Foam bars for details. Displays with a size of 42 and larger,
require four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are
always supporting the cabinet and never only the display.
Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars,
a stable situation is created to perform measurements and
alignments. By placing a mirror under the display, you can
monitor the screen.

H_16920_001.eps
060407

Figure 4-1 ESD wristband

4.1.2

Be careful during measurements in the high voltage


section. Never pull plugs out under operation conditions,
just to prevent danger caused by electrical sparks.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched on.
Connectors to and from the Inverter Boards must be
thoroughly connected to avoid any electrical sparks during
operation.

Inverter repair policy


Note: When an LCD display has a master and slave inverter
configuration, and one of these boards is defective, it is advised
to replace both the inverter boards (due to matching reasons).

4.1.4

Torque Values
Table 4-1 Recommended Torque Values
Screw Type (cross head)

Recommended Torque Value

M2

2.0 kg*F 0.1 kg*F

M2.5

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M2.6

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M3

6.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

EN 6

4.

LCD CPT 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.2

Model CLAA320WB02P / CLAA320WA01C

4.2.1

Control Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board.

H_16910_003.eps
161107

Figure 4-5 Unplug FPCs


4. You can now remove the Control Board.
Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
H_16910_001.eps
161107

Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line


must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

Figure 4-3 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one and lift the cover from the
Control board.

H_16900_007.eps
110707

Figure 4-6 Correct FPC insertion

H_16910_002.eps
161107

Figure 4-4 Cover screws removal


3. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their
connectors.

Mechanical Instructions
4.2.2

LCD CPT 2K7

4.

EN 7

Inverter Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws.

H_16910_006.eps
161107

Figure 4-9 Remove Inverter connectors

H_16910_004.eps
161107

Figure 4-7 Remove Inverter cover

H_16910_007.eps
161107

Figure 4-10 Remove Inverter board


4. You can now remove the Inverter board.
Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

H_16910_005.eps
161107

Figure 4-8 Remove Inverter cover screws


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

EN 8

4.

LCD CPT 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.3

Model CLAA370WA03

4.3.1

Control Board

4. You can now remove the Control Board.

Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Control board (COB).

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.
Important: Be sure to insert the FPCs correctly: the white line
must be invisible when inserted correctly (see figure below).

INVERTER

COB

H_16911_002.eps
161107

H_16900_007.eps
110707

Figure 4-11 Control board location


2. Remove the four screws of the metal cover: start with the
right-down one, then the left-up, one, then the right-up one
and finally the left-down one and lift the cover from the
Control board.

H_16911_001.eps
161107

Figure 4-12 Cover screws removal


3. Carefully disconnect the flat cable/FPCs from their
connectors.

H_16910_003.eps
161107

Figure 4-13 Unplug FPCs

Figure 4-14 Correct FPC insertion

Mechanical Instructions
4.3.2

LCD CPT 2K7

4.

EN 9

Inverter Board
Disassembly
1. Place the panel face down on the foam bars, and locate the
Inverter board.
2. Remove the cover screws.

H_16910_006.eps
161107
H_16910_004.eps
161107

Figure 4-17 Remove Inverter connectors

Figure 4-15 Remove Inverter cover

H_16910_007.eps
161107

Figure 4-18 Remove Inverter board


4. You can now remove the Inverter board.

H_16910_005.eps
161107

Figure 4-16 Remove Inverter cover screws


3. Unplug the lamp connectors on the inverter. Start at the
top, and be careful not to pull and drag the wires. The use
of a pair of pliers can be helpful.

Reassembly
To reassemble, perform all processes in reverse order.

EN 10

5.

LCD CPT 2K7

Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter:
5.1 Service Modes
5.2 Error Codes
5.3 Fault Finding

5.1

Service Modes
Not applicable.

5.2

Error Codes
Not applicable.

5.3

Fault Finding

- Exchange Control Board : Case.1 ~ Case19


(Abnormal display / No display /Noise)

- Exchange Inverter : Case.20 ~ Case24


(Back light No light / dim light
left,right,center)

Case.20

Case.21

Case.22

Case.23

Case.24

Case.15

Case.16

Case.17

Case.18

Case.19

H_16911_004.eps
141107

Figure 5-1 Symptom/Cure overview

Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms

LCD CPT 2K7

6.

6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms


Not applicable.

7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Not applicable

8. Alignments
Not applicable.

9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets


9.1

Circuit Descriptions
Not applicable

9.2

Abbreviation List
AUO
CCFL
CMO
COB
COF
CPT
DC
FET
FFC
FPC
IC
LCD
LCM
LED
LPL
PCB
PSU
PWB
RGB
TCP

9.3

Acer Unipack Optronics (supplier)


Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp
Chi Mei Optoelectronics (supplier)
COntrol Board
Chip On Flex / Foil / Film
Chunghwa Picture Tubes (supplier)
Direct Current
Field Effect Transistor
Flat Foil Cable
Flexible Printed Circuit
Integrated Circuit
Liquid Crystal Display
Liquid Crystal Module
Light Emitting Diode
LG Philips LCD (supplier)
Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB)
Power Supply Unit
Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB)
Red, Green, Blue colour space
Tape Carrier Package

IC Data Sheets
Not applicable

10. Spare Parts List


Please refer to the Philips Service website, for an actual
overview (monthly updated).

11. Revision List


Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
First release.
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1
Models CLAA320WA01C and CLAA370WA03 added.
Label information (par. 1.2) added.
Inverter repair policy (par. 4.1.2) added.
Faultfinding overview (par. 5.3) extended.

EN 11

EN 12

11.

LCD CPT 2K7

Revision List

Colour Television

Module

LPL (LG Philips) LCD 2k7


LC260WX2
LC320W01
LC320WX2
LC370WX1
LC420WU2, LC420WU4
LC420WX2, LC420WX3, LC420WX5
LC470WU1, LC470WU4

Contents

Page

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis


Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
3
3. Directions for Use
4
4. Mechanical Instructions
5
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 37
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
39
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
39
8. Alignments
39
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets
39
10. Spare Parts List
39
11. Revision List
39

Copyright 2007 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by MW 0771 BU CD Customer Service

Printed in the Netherlands

Subject to modification

EN 3122 785 16891

EN 2

1.

LCD LPL 2K7

Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview


Index of this chapter:
1.1 Introduction
1.2 General
1.3 Specifications
Note:
Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

1.1

Introduction
In this Service Manual you will find all necessary information to
perform the Board Level Repair (= board swap) scenario on
LCD panels. These LCD repair manuals are created per brand,
and they will contain all necessary information for the different
panels used in Philips flat LCD TVs.

1.2

General

Inverter

Number of

order progress.

The Marking position could be different each model of T-Con or inverter P/N.
This picture is different from origin model.
Please Use it only as a reference.

(Master)

T-CON Board
Case 1

(Slave)

Case 2

H_16890_024.eps
230507

Figure 1-1 LPL board labelling

1.3

Specifications
Below find attached the data sheets of the different LCD
panels. Click on the model number to open.
LC260WX2-SL01
LC260WX2-SLB2
LC320W01-A6K1
LC320W01-SL01
LC320W01-SL06
LC320WX2-SL01
LC320WX5-SLB2
LC370WX1-SLB1
LC420WU2-SLA1
LC420WU2-SLA2
LC420WU2-SLB1

LC420WU4-SLB1
LC420WX2-SLA1
LC420WX3-SLA1
LC420WX5-SLD1
LC470WU1-SLC2
LC470WU4-SLA2

Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

LCD LPL 2K7

2.

EN 3

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

Index of this chapter:


2.1 General
2.2 Safety Precautions
2.3 Servicing Precautions

2.1

General

Notes:
Only authorised persons should perform servicing of this
module.
When using/handling this unit, pay special attention to the
LCD Module: it should not be enforced into any other way
then next rules, warnings, and/or cautions.
"Warning" indicates a hazard that may lead to death or
injury if the warning is ignored and the product is handled
incorrectly.
"Caution" indicates a hazard that can lead to injury or
damage to property if the caution is ignored and the
product is handled incorrectly.

2.2

Safety Precautions

2.2.1

Warning

2.2.2

Do not supply a voltage higher than specified to this


product. This may damage the product or can create
hazardous situations.
Do not use this product in locations where the humidity is
extremely high, where it may be splashed with water, or
where flammable materials surround it.
Do not install or use the product in a location that does no
satisfy specified environmental conditions. This may
damage the product or can create hazardous situations.
If a foreign substance (such as water, metal, or liquid) gets
inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
If the product emits smoke and abnormal smell, or makes
an abnormal sound, immediately turn OFF the power.
Continuing to use the product may cause electric shock or
can create hazardous situations.
Do not (dis)connect the connector while power to the
product is ON. It takes some time for the voltage to drop
to a sufficiently low level after the power has been turned
OFF. Confirm that the voltage has dropped to a safe level
before (dis)connecting the connector.
Do not pull out or insert the power cable from/to an outlet
with wet hands. It may cause electric shock.
If the power cable is damaged, or if the connector is loose,
do not use the product, otherwise, this can lead to
hazardous situations or may cause electric shock.
The LCD Backlight Inverter unit uses a high voltage for the
lamps. Keep the cautions concerning electric shock and do
not touch the device circuitry handling the inverter unit. And
because the capacitors of the device circuitry may remain
charged at the moment of Power OFF, standing for 1
minute is required in order to discharge the device circuitry.

Caution

Do not place this product in a location that is subject to


heavy vibration, or an unstable surface such as an inclined
surface. The product may fall off or fall over, causing
injuries.
Before disconnecting cable from the product, be sure to
turn off the power. Be sure to hold the connector when
disconnecting cables. Pulling a cable with excessive force
may cause the core of the cable to be exposed or break the
cable, and this can lead to fire or electric shock.

2.3

This product contains glass. If shock, vibration, heat or


distortion is applied to the product, the glass may be
broken.
If glass surface of the display breaks or is scratched, do not
touched the broken pieces or the scratched with bare
hands. You may be injured.
LCD Module requires to be handled with special care. LCD
Module is not to be touched with metal or hard materials.
Must not be stressed by heat or mechanical impact.
There are some particular components on the rear panel of
this product. Skin contact with these components may
cause an electric shock. So, handle with care.
While moving the product, be sure to turn off the power,
disconnect all cables and watch your step. Dropping the
product may cause injuries from electric shock. So, while
moving the product handle with care.
When cleaning the panel is necessary, wipe it with a soft
and moistened cloth a neural detergent. Caution on
connector area. Do not use chemicals such as thinner or
benzene.
LCD Module emits heat from the Lamp, Backlight lamp,
and component parts. Therefore, the environmental
temperature must not exceed 50 deg. C. LCD Module
Backlight Inverter system is driven by high voltage, so it
must avoid conductive materials.
If repairing components with a lead line, high voltage or
high temperature components must be put out from a lead
line and fix.
Do not place an object on the surface of the display. The
glass may break or be scratched.
This product may be damaged if it is subject to excessive
stresses (such as excessive voltage, current, or
temperature). The absolute maximum ratings specify the
limits of these stresses.
Do not cover or wrap with any covering materials while
power is applied to the product.
This product is made from various materials such as glass,
metal, and plastic. When discarding it, be sure to contact a
purchase place.
If a discrepancy occurs due to any arbitrary modification or
disassembly, supplier is not responsible for function,
quality or other items.
Within the warranty period, general faults may be charged
for depending on responsibility for the faults. You handle
with care

Servicing Precautions
A colour TFT LCD Module can easily be damaged by both
electrical and mechanical stresses. Users therefore, are
requested to follow the Servicing precautions of colour TFT
LCD Module on the following.

2.3.1

System Assembler

Follow the power sequence: An abnormal power


sequence may cause critical malfunction or electrical
damage.
Prevent physical stress.
Prevent overheat:
High temperatures on the surface of the screen may
cause poor quality. Please use the LCD Module on the
specified temperatures.
Low temperatures (under 10 deg. C) makes the LCD
Module respond slowly, make the Backlight worse
operated, and will shorten very much the lifetime
accordingly.
Keep LCD Module dust-free: The LCD Module is
sensitive against dust; it can cause visual or functional
problems.

EN 4

3.

LCD LPL 2K7

Directions for Use

Do not touch TCP area: Do not touch TCP area at any


case. It can cause Driver IC cracks, film cracks, etc. The
TCP is the weakest point of the LCD Module.
Do not pull Backlight wire: Please do not pull the
Backlight wire, as it can cause the wire to become
disconnected or damaged.
Check the connections of the Inverter & Backlight
connectors: Incomplete connection can cause burnt in
Backlight connectors or damage the inverter.
Handle with care:
Please do not drop, bend, or hit the LCD Module.
Physical stress can cause defects as broken panels.
Keep mounting screw length and motor drivers
torque: Strong motor drivers torque can make a
mechanical defect on LCD Module. Please keep within the
specifications.
Do not operate for a long time under the same pattern:
Operating the LCD Module for a long time with the same
video pattern can cause image persistence and can
eventually damage it.
Defective panels must also be handled with care:
To prevent making other defects, please handle the
defective LCD Module as a good one.
Defective LCD Modules must be repaired.
Do not stack LCD Modules: The LCD Module consists of
fragile components such as TCPs or Glasses. Stacking the
LCD Modules can cause undesired defects.
Do not provide strong pressure at connecting: Strong
pressure can transfer the force to the TCP, which is the
weakest part of the LCD Module. It eventually can make
the TCP crack or lead to other unexpected defects.
Let the Backlight Wire at the backside of the LCD
Module: If let the Backlight wire in front of the LCD Module,
the Backlight connector can hurt the surface of the
polariser.

3. Directions for Use


Not applicable.

2.3.2

Never (dis)connect at power ON: The LCD Module


consists of CMOS components, which are known as weak
components against EOS. It can damage the product.
Electrostatic discharge can make damage:
Semi-assembled product should be handled with wrist
strap.
Earth human body when handle the LCD Module.
Please do not touch the interface connector pin.

System Assembler/End User

Keep clean the surface:


Please wear rubber gloves when you touch the surface
of the LCD Module screen.
Please use soft and anti-static material with n-Hexane
as cleaner.
Be careful not to make polariser scratch:
Surface of polariser is soft, so its easily scratched.
Please do not touch, press or rub on polariser surface
with materials over HB hardness.
Be careful with swift temperature and humidity
changes: Swift temperature and or humidity change can
make dew condensation or ice, which can cause nonconformance such as malfunctioning.
Keep out of water:
Water on in the LCD Module can cause electrical short
or corrosion.
Please wipe out or dry water carefully.
Keep the LCD Module free from corrosive gasses:
Corrosive gas can chemically damage the polariser and
the circuitry parts and eventually will cause defects.
Keep the suitable temperature and humidity: High
temperatures and high humidity will shorten the lifetime

Mechanical Instructions

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 5

4. Mechanical Instructions
4.1.3

Index of this chapter:


4.1 General
4.2 Model LC260WX2
4.3 Model LC320W01
4.4 Model LC320WX2
4.5 Model LC370WX1
4.6 Model LC420WU2
4.7 Model LC420WU4
4.8 Model LC420WX2
4.9 Model LC420WX3
4.10 Model LC420WX5
4.11 Model LC470WU1
4.12 Model LC470WU4

4.1

General

4.1.1

Warnings

Foam Bars

Figures can deviate due to the different module executions.


During repair, place the set face down on a soft surface
(e.g. on foam bars as mentioned in next paragraph), in
order to prevent damaging the display.
Note: With some chassis, it is possible to measure and
replace the boards while the TV is still on its stand.
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.

Required for sets


42"

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Figure 4-2 Foam bars


The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can
be used for all types and sizes of flat displays. See figure
Foam bars for details. Displays with a size of 42 and larger,
require four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are
always supporting the cabinet and never only the display.
Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars,
a stable situation is created to perform measurements and
alignments. By placing a mirror under the display, you can
monitor the screen.
4.1.4

Torque Values
Table 4-1 Recommended Torque Values

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Figure 4-1 ESD wristband

4.1.2

Be careful during measurements in the high voltage


section. Never pull plugs out under operation conditions,
just to prevent danger caused by electrical sparks.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched on.
Connectors to and from the Inverter Boards must be
thoroughly connected to avoid any electrical sparks during
operation.

Inverter repair policy


Note: When an LCD display has a master and slave inverter
configuration, and one of these boards is defective, it is advised
to replace both the inverter boards (due to matching reasons).

Screw Type (cross head)

Recommended Torque Value

M2

2.0 kg*F 0.1 kg*F

M2.5

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M2.6

3.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

M3

6.0 kg*F 0.5 kg*F

EN 6

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

4.2

Model LC260WX2

4.2.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

Mechanical Instructions

MODEL: LC260WX2-SLB2

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the FFC(60pin).

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(60pin).

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Check the FFC(60pin).


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Figure 4-3 Replacement instructions T-CON board

Mechanical Instructions
4.2.2

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 7

Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC260WX2-SLB2

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(11pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin).

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Figure 4-4 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

EN 8
4.2.3

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC260WX2-SLB2

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(11pin) .

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin).

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Figure 4-5 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

Mechanical Instructions
4.3

Model LC320W01

4.3.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 9

MODEL: LC320W01-B6K1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the FFC(50pin).

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(50pin).

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Check the FFC(50pin).

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Figure 4-6 Replacement instructions T-CON board

EN 10
4.3.2

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC320W01-B6K1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(8pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(8pin).

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Figure 4-7 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

Mechanical Instructions
4.3.3

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 11

Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC320W01-B6K1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(8pin) .

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(8pin).

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Figure 4-8 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

EN 12

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

4.4

Model LC320WX2

4.4.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

Mechanical Instructions

MODEL: LC320WX2-SL01

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the FFC(60pin) 2EA.

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(60pin) 4EA.

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Check the FFC(60pin) 4EA.

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Figure 4-9 Replacement instructions T-CON board

Mechanical Instructions
4.4.2

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 13

Inverter Board

MODEL: LC320WX2-SL01

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(10EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC<6pin(2ea), 4Ppin> 4EA.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(10EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC<6pin(2ea), 4Ppin> 4EA.
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Figure 4-10 Replacement instructions Inverter board

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4.

LCD LPL 2K7

4.5

Model LC370WX1

4.5.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

Mechanical Instructions

MODEL: LC370WX1-SLB1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the FFC(60pin).

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(60pin).

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Check the FFC(60pin).

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Figure 4-11 Replacement instructions T-CON board

Mechanical Instructions
4.5.2

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 15

Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC370WX1-SLB1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(11pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin).

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Figure 4-12 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

EN 16
4.5.3

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC370WX1-SLB1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(11pin) .

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin).

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Figure 4-13 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

Mechanical Instructions
4.6

Model LC420WU2

4.6.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 17

MODEL: LC420WU2-SLC1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Separate the 4pin FFC.

Separate the 80pin FFC.

Separate the T-CON Board.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the 4pin FFC.

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the 80pin FFC.

* Guide Pin station keeping check.


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Figure 4-14 Replacement instructions T-CON board

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4.6.2

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC420WU2-SLC1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(6EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the (21pin & 4pin) FFC.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(6EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(21pin & 4pin).

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Figure 4-15 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

Mechanical Instructions
4.6.3

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 19

Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC420WU2-SLC1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(6EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the (21pin) FFC.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(6EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(21pin).
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Figure 4-16 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

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4.

LCD LPL 2K7

4.7

Model LC420WU4

4.7.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

Mechanical Instructions

MODEL: LC420WU4-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Separate the 4pin FFC.

Separate the 96pin FFC.

Separate the T-CON Board.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the 4pin FFC.

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the 96pin FFC.

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

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Figure 4-17 Replacement instructions T-CON board

Mechanical Instructions
4.7.2

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 21

Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC420WU4-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the (11pin & 4pin) FFC.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin & 4pin).

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Figure 4-18 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

EN 22
4.7.3

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC420WU4-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the (11pin) FFC.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin).

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Figure 4-19 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

Mechanical Instructions
4.8

Model LC420WX2

4.8.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 23

MODEL: LC420WX2-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the FFC(60pin) 2EA.

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(60pin) 4EA.

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Check the FFC(60pin) 4EA.

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Figure 4-20 Replacement instructions T-CON board

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4.8.2

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter Board

MODEL: LC420WX2-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(8EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC<6pin(3ea), 2Ppin> 4EA.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(8EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC<6pin(3ea), 2Ppin> 4EA.

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Figure 4-21 Replacement instructions Inverter board

Mechanical Instructions
4.9

Model LC420WX3

4.9.1

Control Board (T-CON Board)

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 25

MODEL: LC420WX3-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(5EA)

Separate the FFC(50pin).

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(50pin).

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(5EA).

Check the FFC(50pin).


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Figure 4-22 Replacement instructions T-CON board

EN 26
4.9.2

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC420WX3-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(7EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(21pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(7EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(21pin).

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Figure 4-23 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

Mechanical Instructions
4.9.3

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 27

Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC420WX3-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(7EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(21pin) .

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(7EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(21pin).

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Figure 4-24 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

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4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.10 Model LC420WX5


4.10.1 Control Board (T-CON Board)

MODEL: LC420WX5-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Separate the 4pin FFC.

Separate the 60pin FFC.

Separate the T-CON Board.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Assemble the 4pin FFC.

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the 60pin FFC.

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

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Figure 4-25 Replacement instructions T-CON board

Mechanical Instructions

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 29

4.10.2 Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC420WX5-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the (11pin & 4pin) FFC.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin & 4pin).

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Figure 4-26 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

EN 30

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.10.3 Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC420WX5-SLA1

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(3EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the (11pin) FFC.

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(3EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(11pin).

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Figure 4-27 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

Mechanical Instructions

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 31

4.11 Model LC470WU1


4.11.1 Control Board (T-CON Board)

MODEL: LC470WU1-SL02

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the FFC(60pin).

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(60pin).

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Check the FFC(60pin).


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Figure 4-28 Replacement instructions T-CON board

EN 32

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.11.2 Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC470WU1-SL02

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the (11pin) FFC.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(8EA).

Separate the Screw(8EA)

Separate the (15pin) FFC.

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Assemble the FFC(11pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Assemble the FFC(15pin).

Replace of Inverter.
Assemble the Wire
Connector(2pin).
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Figure 4-29 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

Mechanical Instructions

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 33

4.11.3 Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC470WU1-SL02

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the (11pin) FFC.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(8EA).

Separate the Screw(8EA)

Separate the (15pin) FFC.

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Assemble the FFC(11pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Assemble the FFC(15pin).

Replace of Inverter.
Assemble the Wire
Connector(2pin).

H_16890_010.eps
230507

Figure 4-30 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

EN 34

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.12 Model LC470WU4


4.12.1 Control Board (T-CON Board)

MODEL: LC470WU4-SLA2

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(4EA)

Separate the FFC(80pin).

Separate the T-CON Board.

Separate the Cover Shield

Replace of T-CON Board and


Assemble the FFC(80pin).

* Guide Pin station keeping check.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(4EA).

Check the FFC(80pin).

H_16890_011.eps
230507

Figure 4-31 Replacement instructions T-CON board

Mechanical Instructions

LCD LPL 2K7

4.

EN 35

4.12.2 Inverter (Master) Board

MODEL: LC470WU4-SLA2

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(5EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(15pin).

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(5EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(15pin).

H_16890_011.eps
230507

Figure 4-32 Replacement instructions Inverter (master) board

EN 36

4.

LCD LPL 2K7

Mechanical Instructions

4.12.3 Inverter (Slave) Board

MODEL: LC470WU4-SLA2

Prepare the LCM.

Separate the Screw(5EA)

Separate the Cover Shield

Unlock of Connector and


sperate the Wire Connector(2pin).

Separate the FFC(15pin) .

Separate the Inverter.

Attach the Cover Shield and


Assemble the Screw(5EA).

Assemble the Wire Connector(2pin).

Replace of Inverter and


Assemble the FFC(15pin).

H_16890_013.eps
230507

Figure 4-33 Replacement instructions Inverter (slave) board

Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

LCD LPL 2K7

5.

EN 37

5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter:
5.1 Service Modes
5.2 Error Codes
5.3 Fault Finding

5.1

Service Modes
Not applicable.

5.2

Error Codes
Not applicable.

5.3

Fault Finding

- Exchange Control Board : Case.1 ~ Case14


(Abnormal display / No display /Noise)

- Exchange Inverter : Case.15 ~ Case18


(Back light No light / dim light
left,right,center)

Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Case 4
Case 5
Case 6
Case 7
Case 8
Case 9
Case 10
Case 11
Case 12
Case 13
Case 14
Case 15
Case 16
Case 17
Case 18

Abnormal Display
Abnormal Display
Abnormal Display
Abnormal Display
Abnormal Display
Abnormal Display
Noise
Abnormal Display
Noise
Abnormal Display
Abnormal Display

T-CON, Solder defect, CNT Broken

Abnormal Power section


Solder defect, Short / Crack
Abnormal Power section
Solder defect, Short / Crack
Abnormal Power section
Abnormal Power section

Noise

Solder defect, Short / Crack

No Display
No Light
dim Light
dim Light
dim Light

Fuse Open, Abnormal power section


Inverter (one or both)
Inverter (one or both)
Inverter (one or both)
Inverter (one or both
H_16890_004.eps
161107

Figure 5-1 Symptom/Cure overview (part 1)

EN 38

5.

LCD LPL 2K7

Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

- Unrepairable : Case.19~ Case24


Case 19
Case 20
Case 21
Case 22
Case 23
Case 24

Panel Mura
Panel Mura
Panel Mura
Crosstalk
Crosstalk
Panel Mura

CELL Defect
CELL Defect
Press damage
CELL Defect
CELL Defect
Press damage

Case 25
Case 26
Case 27
Case 28
Case 29
Case 30
Case 31
Case 32
Case 33

Vertical-block
Vertical-line
Vertical-block
Vertical-block
Horizontal-block
Horizontal-block
Horizontal-line
Horizontal-block
Horizontal-block

D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding


D-IC abnormal output
D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding
D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding
D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding
D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding
D-IC abnormal output
D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding
D-IC Crack / TCP/COF abnormal bonding

- Exchange Source TAB : Case 25~ Case28


- Exchange Gate TAB : Case 29~ Case33

H_16891_004.eps
161107

Figure 5-2 Symptom/Cure overview (part 2)

Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms

LCD LPL 2K7

6.

6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms


Not applicable.

7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Not applicable

8. Alignments
Not applicable.

9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets


9.1

Circuit Descriptions
Not applicable

9.2

Abbreviation List
AUO
CCFL
CMO
COF
CPT
DC
FET
FFC
FPC
IC
LCD
LCM
LED
LPL
PCB
PSU
PWB
RGB
TCP

9.3

Acer Unipack Optronics (supplier)


Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp
Chi Mei Optronics (supplier)
Chip On Flex / Foil / Film
Chunghwa Picture Tubes (supplier)
Direct Current
Field Effect Transistor
Flat Foil Cable
Flexible Printed Circuit
Integrated Circuit
Liquid Crystal Display
Liquid Crystal Module
Light Emitting Diode
LG Philips LCD (supplier)
Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB)
Power Supply Unit
Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB)
Red, Green, Blue colour space
Tape Carrier Package

IC Data Sheets
Not applicable

10. Spare Parts List


Please refer to the Philips Service website, for an actual
overview (monthly updated).

11. Revision List


Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
First release.
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1
Ch.1 & 4: LC370WX1 and LC420WU4 added.
Ch.4: Text added on Inverter repair policy.
Ch.5: Fault finding information updated and extended.

EN 39

EN 40

11.

LCD LPL 2K7

Revision List

LCD Name

LC130V01-A2
LC150X01-A3K2
LC150X02-A4
LC150X02-A4
LC150X02-TL01
LC151X01-C3P1
LC171W03-A4K1
LC171W03-A4K3
LC171W03-A4K5
LC171W03-A4KC
LC171W03-A4KD
LC171W03-A4KG
LC171W03-C4
LM171W01-B3

LC190WX1-TLA1
LC190WX1-TLA1
LC200WX1-SL01
LC200WX1-SLB1
LC201V02-A3K1
LC201V02-A3K5
LC201V02-A3K6
LC201V02-A3K9
LC201V02-A3KB
LC201V02-A3N4
LC201V02-A3N8

LCD
Component 12NC

9322 197 15682


9322 196 31682
8238 277 17371
9322 207 48682
9322 223 03682
9322 187 14682
9322 209 63682
9322 196 32682
9322 211 49682
9322 211 48682
9322 215 49682
9322 215 41682
9322 221 75682
9322 187 15682

9965 100 05238


9322 254 21682
9322 222 90682
9322 243 90682
9322 197 44682
9322 211 50682
9322 215 50682
9322 215 40682
9322 220 99682
9322 211 51682
9322 216 39682

GDC

LC201V02-SDD1
LC230W01-A2K4
LC230W01-A2K5
LC230W01-A2K7
LC230W01-A2K8
LC230W01-A2KE
LC230W01-A2NB
LC260W01-A5K1
LC260W01-A5K4
LC260W01-A5K6
LC260W01-A5K8
LC260W01-A5KA
LC260WX2-SL01

LC260WX2-SLB2
LC260WX2-SLB2
LC260WX2-SLB2
LC300W01-A3M2
LC300W01-A3P7
LC300W01-A5
LC300W01-C5
LC320W01-A6K1
LC320W01-A6K1

LC320W01-SL01
LC320W01-SL01
LC320W01-SL01
LC320W01-SL02
LC320W01-SL02
LC320W01-SL06

LC320WX1-SLB1
LC320WX1-SLB1
LC320WX2-SL01
LC320WX2-SL01
LC320WX5-SLB1
LC320WX5-SLB1
LC320WX5-SLB2
LC320WX5-SLB2
LC320WXN-SAB1
LC370W01-A5
LC370W01-A5K1
LC370W01-A6
LC370WU1-SL02
LC370WU1-SL02
LC370WU2-SLA1
LC370WU2-SLA1
LC370WU3-SLE1
LC370WU3-SLE1
LC370WX1-SL02
LC370WX1-SL02
LC370WX1-SL04

9322 258 05682


8238 277 14561
9322 206 94682
9322 194 30682
9322 209 84682
9322 218 03682
9322 213 52682
9322 205 71682
9322 211 03682
9322 212 69682
9322 220 65682
9322 222 27682
9322 221 01682

8204 000 79621


8238 277 17391
9322 234 13682
9322 194 18682
9322 198 00682
9322 199 94682
9322 206 53682
8238 277 17361
9322 217 44682

8238 277 18481


8238 277 20861
9322 229 23682
8204 000 79101
9322 231 56682
9322 230 03682

8204 001 50961


9322 253 93682
8204 000 78151
9322 241 46682
8204 001 51341
9322 254 56682
8204 001 51841
9322 256 41682
9322 258 34682
9322 206 52682
9322 216 64682
9322 220 87682
8204 001 51561
9965 100 02596
8204 001 51391
9322 255 82682
8204 001 51711
9322 256 61682
8204 000 79161
9322 231 55682
9322 233 19682

9322 231 65682 LC201V02-SD02


9322 242 65682 LC201V02-SDB1
9322 256 02682 LC201V02-SDC1

LSDB

LSDB

Source

6632L-0191A
6632L-0191A
6632L-0191A
6632L-0239A
6632L-0239A
6632L-0402A
6632L-0402A
6632L-0464A
6632L-0464A
6632L-0199D
6632L-0199D
6632L-0282A

6632L-0324A
6632L-0324A
6632L-0446A
6632L-0446A
6632L-0421A
6632L-0421A

6632L-0211A
6632L-0211A
6632L-0211A
6632L-0209A
6632L-0209A
6632L-0272A

9965 100 05771

6632L-0223G
6633L-0004A
6633L-0004B
6632L-0032B
6632L-0035A
6632L-0189A
6632L-0189A

9965 100 08359


9965 100 08359
9965 100 06815
9965 100 06815
9965 100 05770

9965 100 06814


9965 100 06814
9965 100 06814
9965 100 09693
9965 100 09693

9965 100 08358


9965 100 08358

9965 100 08041


9965 100 08041
-

9965 100 05772


9965 100 05772
9965 100 05772
9965 100 06813
9965 100 06813
9965 100 05766

9965 100 08448


9965 100 08448

9965 100 05771

9965 100 05769

Inverter Master
12NC

SPA2

6632L-0223G

6632L-0030A
6632L-0030A
6632L-0030B
6632L-0030B
6632L-0183A
6632L-0030B
6632L-0050B
6632L-0053E
6632L-0050E
6632L-0050E
6632L-0186A
6632L-0117H

6632L-0142A
6632L-0299A

Inverter Master
Name

Supplier

Service Database - LPL LCD Panels * October 2007 *

Owners: M. Werff / R. Tromp

6632L-0192A
6632L-0192A
6632L-0192A
6632L-0240A
6632L-0240A
6632L-0403A
6632L-0403A
6632L-0200D
6632L-0200D
6632L-0283A

6632L-0325A
6632L-0325A
-

6632L-0212A
6632L-0212A
6632L-0212A
6632L-0210A
6632L-0210A
6632L-0273A

6632L-0224G
6632L-0190A
6632L-0190A

6632L-0224G

6632L-0118H

Inverter Slave
Name

Supplier

9965 100 06825


9965 100 06825
9965 100 05778

9965 100 06824


9965 100 06824
9965 100 06824
9965 100 09694
9965 100 09694

9965 100 08043


9965 100 08043
-

9965 100 05780


9965 100 05780
9965 100 05780
9965 100 06823
9965 100 06823
9965 100 05774

9965 100 05779


9965 100 08454
9965 100 08454

9965 100 05779

9965 100 05777

Inverter Slave
12NC

SPA2

6871L-0547A
6871L-0586A
6871L-0662A
6871L-1185A
6871L-1185A
6871L-1044A
6871L-1044A
6871L-1280A
6871L-1280A
6871L-0801A
6871L-0801A
6871L-0801A

6871L-0990A
6871L-0990A
6871L-0800A
6871L-0800A
6871L-1141A
6871L-1141A
6871L-1242A
6871L-1242A

9965 100 08365


9965 100 08365
9965 100 05786
9965 100 05786
9965 100 05786

9965 100 06915


9965 100 09695
9965 100 09695

9965 100 08364


9965 100 08364

9965 100 08044


9965 100 08044

9965 100 05788


9965 100 05788
9965 100 05788
9965 100 05788
9965 100 05788
9965 100 05788

9965 100 05789


9965 100 05789

6871L-0514A
6871L-0540A
6871L-0673A
6871L-0673A

6871L-0796A
6871L-0796A
6871L-0796A
6871L-0796A
6871L-0796A
6871L-0796A

9965 100 05787

9965 100 05787

9965 100 05785

Control Board
12NC

SPA2

6871L-0867A

6871L-0867A

6871L-0505A
6871L-0505A
6871L-0505A
6871L-0505A
6871L-0505A
6871L-0672B

6871L-0681A
6871L-0822A

Control Board
Name

Supplier

not in SAP
11-Nov-05
7-Apr-06

not in SAP

27-Apr-04
26-Oct-04
26-Mar-05
not in SAP

23-Jan-06
7-Apr-06
5-Apr-07
not in SAP
not in SAP

not in SAP

17-Aug-05
24-Jul-06
15-Aug-05
not in SAP
17-Mar-06
25-Nov-05

12-Apr-06
not in SAP
16-Feb-04
27-May-03
26-Feb-04
15-Apr-05
29-Sep-04

20-Mar-06

27-Apr-04
not in SAP
20-May-03
15-Apr-04
12-Jan-05
28-Mar-05
not in SAP
17-Jun-04
1-Jun-04
13-Dec-04
24-Jan-05
11-Mar-05

not in SAP
26-Jun-06

11-Jul-05
not in SAP
not in SAP
not in SAP
27-Sep-04
9-Aug-04
17-Jun-05
24-Jul-03
25-Nov-04

April '05

30-Jan-04
4-Apr-05
15-Apr-03
not in SAP
6-Jun-03
18-Feb-05
11-May-04
not in SAP
not in SAP
15-Nov-04
27-Feb-03

April '06

Oct '05

7-Apr-06
June '07

1-Mar-06

April '06

Mid 2005

May '04
Feb '04

12-Apr-06

End 2005
Mid 2005
Feb '04
Mid 2005
End 2005
End 2005
Mid 2005
Mid 2005
Dec '05
Dec '05
Jan '06
1-Apr-06

Mid 2005

Juli 2006

Dec '06

Jan '06
Nov '04

1-Feb-06
Mid 2005
Dec'05
Dec'05

Mar '04

Feb '04
Mar '04

EOL per

CR date or
entered on Spare
parts list in
SAP/SAP2

14-Aug-03
21-Jul-03

Supplier

BG Service

LC370WX1-SLB1

LC370WX1-SL02

LC370WU3-SLE1

LC370WU2-SLA1

LC370WX1-SL02
LC370WX1-SL02
LC370WX1-SL02

LC320WX2-SL01
no alternative

LC320W01-SL06
LC320W01-SL02

9322 246 96682

9322 231 55682

9322 256 61682

9322 255 82682

9322 231 55682


9322 231 55682
9322 231 55682

9322 241 46682

9322 230 03682


9322 231 56682

9322 217 44682


9322 229 23682
9322 230 03682

9322 234 13682

no alternative
LC260WX2-SLB2

LC300W01-C5
LC300W01-C5
no alternative
LC320W01-A6K1
LC320W01-SL01
LC320W01-SL06

9322 212 69682


9322 222 27682

9322 209 84682

9322 242 65682


9322 197 44682

9322 211 51682

9322 211 49682


9322 211 49682
9322 221 75682

9322 226 55682


9322 207 48682

Successor 12NC

BG Service

LC260W01-A5K6
LC260W01-A5KA

no alternative

LC230W01-A2K4
LC230W01-A2K8
no alternative

LC201V02-A3K1
LC201V02-A3K5

LC201V02-A3N4
no alternative
no alternative
no alternative
LC201V02-SDB1
A3K1
LC201V02-A3K1
LC201V02-A3K2
LC201V02-A3K5

no alternative

QD15XL16 REV 02
LC150X02-A4
no alternative
A4K5, C4
A4K5, C4
LC171W03-C4
no alternative
no alternative
no alternative
no alternative
no alternative

no alternative
no alternative

Compatible alternative

BG Service

3122 785 01000

3122 785 01000

Instruction note

BG Service

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

see comment
see comment
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
3
5
5
5
5
3
3

3
3
3
3
3
3

0
0
2
2
2
2
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

6
6
6

0
3

0
0

0
0

2
2

Max.
amount of
dark dots

Max.
amount of
bright dots

Max.
amount of
tiny bright
dots (50%75%)

Max.
amount of
tiny
(50%)dark
dots

PIXEL spec

Total half +
full blank
dots

0
0

Condition:
Allowed
amount
of adjacent
dark dots

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

15mm

15mm

15mm

15mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm
20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

20mm

Condition:
Minimum
distance
between
dark dots

The LC370WX1- SL04 is not


backwards compatible with the
LC370WX1-SL02 (used in
37PF7321D/37). The software and the
inverter cable needs to be changed.
The inverter pinning for the SL02 is 12
pins and for the SL04 it is 14 pins.
10/11 MFD

28/10 UFD

from fd

from fd

14 pin inverter connector for PWM


backlicht

12 pin inverter connector

Service need to rework the inverter


connector to make SL01 compatible in
all chassis, there are two versions of
the connector in this model.

see note

Service need to rework the inverter


connector to make SL01 compatible in
all chassis, there are two versions of
the connector in this model. General
service info will be made.

15 x 9

15 x 9

15 x 9

from fd

from fd

LPL notified too late, exchange


scenario since Jan '04

15 x 9

15PF7846/12

Comments

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

31.5"
31.5"
31.5"
31.5"

Yes
Yes
Yes

37.0"
37.0"
37.0"

37.0"

37.0"

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

37.0"

37.0"

Yes

Yes
37.0"

37.0"

Yes

Yes

31.5"

37.0"

Yes

31.5"

Yes

Yes
31.5"

Yes
31.5"

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

31.5"

31.5"

31.5"

31.5"

31.5"

31.5"

31.5"

31.5"

30.0"

30.0"

30.0"

30.0"

Yes

Yes
26.0"

Yes
26.0"

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

26.0"

26.0"

26.0"

26.0"

26.0"

26.0"

26.0"

23.0"

23.0"

23.0"

23.0"

23.0"

23.0"

No

No

20.1"

No
19.0"

No

No

No

Inverters
belong to
LCD-assy?

19.0"

17.0"

17.0"

17.0"

Size

20 EEFL

20 EEFL

20 EEFL

? EEFL

? EEFL

? CCFL

? CCFL

16 CCFL

16 CCFL

16 CCFL

12 EEFL

14 EEFL

14 EEFL

14 EEFL

14 EEFL

? HCFL

? HCFL

14 EEFL

14 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

20 EEFL

20 EEFL

16 CCFL

16 CCFL

16 CCFL

16 CCFL

17 EEFL

17 EEFL

17 EEFL

18 EEFL

14 CCFL

14 CCFL

14 CCFL

14 CCFL

14 CCFL

12 CCFL

12 CCFL

12 CCFL

12 CCFL

12 CCFL

12 CCFL

4 CCFL

4 CCFL

4 CCFL

6 CCFL

6 CCFL

6 CCFL

Lamps

Diversity

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

295V DC

295V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

2x 24V DC

2x 24V DC

2x 24V DC

2x 24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

V-input
invertor

9965 100 08449

9965 100 05767


9965 100 05767
9965 100 06818
9965 100 08452
9965 100 08360
9965 100 08360
9965 100 07721
9965 100 07721
9965 100 07721
9965 100 07721

6632L-0039A

6632L-0051A
6632L-0051A

6632L-0051A
6632L-0153C
6632L-0153C
6632L-0153C

6632L-0213A
6632L-0213A

6632L-0213A
6632L-0348A
6632L-0348A
6632L-0348B
6632L-0381A
6632L-0454A
6632L-0454A
6632L-0470A
6632L-0470A
6632L-0470A
6632L-0470A

9322 211 11682 LC420W02-A4K3


9322 226 39682 LC420W02-A6

LC420W02-B6
LC420W02-SLA1
LC420W02-SLB1
LC420W02-SLB1

8204 000 78581 LC420WU1-SL01


9322 228 99682 LC420WU1-SL01

LC420WU1-SLA1
LC420WU2-SLA1
LC420WU2-SLA1
LC420WU2-SLA2
LC420WU2-SLB1
LC420WU4-SLA1
LC420WU4-SLB1
LC420WU4-SLB1
LC420WU5-SLA1
LC420WU5-SLA1
LC420WU5-SLB1
LC420WU5-SLB1
LC420WUE-SAA1
LC420WUF-SAA1
LC420WUF-SAA1
LC420WX2-SLA1

LC420WX2-SLA1
LC420WX3-SLA1
LC420WX3-SLA1
LC420WX3-SLA1
LC420WX5-SLD1
LC420WX5-SLD1
LC420WX7-SLB1
LC420WX8-SLB1
LC420WXE-SAA1
LC470WU1-SLC2
LC470WU1-SLC2
LC470WU2-SLA1
LC470WU2-SLA1
LC470WU2-SLB1
LC470WU2-SLB1
LC470WU4-SLA2
LC470WU4-SLA2
LC470WU6-SLA1
LC470WUE-SAA1
LC470WUF-SAA1
LC470WUF-SAA1
LC470WX1-SLA2

8238 277 18421


8238 277 20851
8204 000 79841
9322 234 12682

8204 001 50951


8204 001 50441
9322 246 84682
9322 252 09682
9322 251 68682
8204 001 51191
8204 001 51361
9322 255 58682
8204 001 50921
9322 255 96682
8204 001 51701
9322 256 62682
9322 258 39682
8204 001 52321
9322 258 45682
8204 000 79241

9322 240 80682


8204 001 50431
8238 277 21011
9322 246 97682
8204 001 51001
9322 249 09682
9322 253 95682
9322 254 17682
9322 258 36682
8204 001 50421
9322 248 50682
8204 001 51131
9322 255 57682
8204 001 51351
9322 256 66682
8204 001 51121
9322 250 20682
8204 001 50931
9322 258 37682
8204 001 52311
9322 258 38682
9322 253 31682

9965 100 06863


9965 100 06863
9965 100 06821
9965 100 06821
9965 100 08361
9965 100 08361
9965 100 06822
9965 100 06822

9965 100 08453

6632L-0359B
6632L-0359B
6632L-0404A
6632L-0404A
6632L-0404B
6632L-0404B
6632L-0392B
6632L-0392B

6632L-0424C

9965 100 06816


9965 100 06816
9965 100 06816
9965 100 06819
9965 100 06819

6632L-0330A
6632L-0330A
6632L-0330A
6632L-0371D
6632L-0371D
6632L-0448C
-

9965 100 08451


9965 100 08451

9965 100 06817


9965 100 08450
9965 100 08450
9965 100 08450

9965 100 06817


9965 100 06817

9965 100 06816


9965 100 08042

6632L-0330A
6632L-0456A

LC370WX1-SLB1
LC370WX4-SLB1
LC370WX5-SLB1
LC370WXE-SAA1
LC420W02-A4

9322 246 96682


9322 253 94682
9322 254 20682
9322 258 35682
9322 206 51682

6632L-0425C

6632L-0360B
6632L-0360B
6632L-0405A
6632L-0405A
6632L-0405B
6632L-0405B
6632L-0393B
6632L-0393B

6632L-0331A
6632L-0331A
6632L-0331A
6632L-0372D
6632L-0372D
6632L-0449C
-

6632L-0214A
6632L-0349A
6632L-0349A
6632L-0349B
6632L-0382A
6632L-0455A
6632L-0455A
6632L-0471A
6632L-0471A
6632L-0471A
6632L-0471A

6632L-0214A
6632L-0214A

6632L-0051B
6632L-0154C
6632L-0154C
6632L-0154C

6632L-0051B
6632L-0051B

6632L-0039B

6632L-0331A
-

9965 100 08459

9965 100 06938


9965 100 06938
9965 100 06913
9965 100 06913
9965 100 08363
9965 100 08363
9965 100 06914
9965 100 06914

9965 100 06826


9965 100 06826
9965 100 06826
9965 100 06912
9965 100 06912

9965 100 05775


9965 100 05775
9965 100 06911
9965 100 08458
9965 100 08362
9965 100 08362
9965 100 07722
9965 100 07722
9965 100 07722
9965 100 07722

9965 100 08457


9965 100 08457

9965 100 06910


9965 100 08456
9965 100 08456
9965 100 08456

9965 100 06910


9965 100 06910

9965 100 08455

9965 100 06826


-

6871L-1116B

6871L-0863C
6871L-0863C
6871L-1198A
6871L-1198A
6871L-1198C
6871L-1198C
6871L-1023A
6871L-1023A

6871L-0828A
6871L-0920A
6871L-0920A
6871L-0920A
6871L-2978A
6871L-2978A
6871L-1150A
6871L-1190B

6871L-0828A

6871L-0789A
6871L-0959A
6871L-0959A
6871L-0959A
6871L-1088A
6871L-1254A
6871L-1254A
6871L-1246A
6871L-1246A
6871L-1259A
6871L-1259A

6871L-0729B
6871L-0729B

6871L-0594A
6871L-0780C
6871L-0780C
6871L-0780C

6871L-0532B
6871L-0595A

6871L-0532A

6871L-0896A
6871L-1219A

9965 100 08465

9965 100 06920


9965 100 06920
9965 100 06921
9965 100 06921
9965 100 08368
9965 100 08368
9965 100 06922
9965 100 06922

9965 100 07324


9965 100 08464
9965 100 08464
9965 100 08464
9965 100 06919
9965 100 06919

9965 100 07324

9965 100 05783


9965 100 05783
9965 100 05783
9965 100 08463
9965 100 08366
9965 100 08366
9965 100 08367
9965 100 08367
9965 100 07723
9965 100 07723

9965 100 08462


9965 100 08462

9965 100 08461


9965 100 08461
9965 100 08461

9965 100 06917


9965 100 06918

9965 100 08460

9965 100 06916


9965 100 08045

not in SAP

19-Feb-07
1-Mar-07
not in SAP

not in SAP

not in SAP
30-Nov-06
5-Apr-07

18-Oct-06
not in SAP
27-Feb-07

5-Apr-06
6-Oct-06

29-Mar-06

not in SAP

not in SAP
6-Oct-06
7-Oct-06
April '07
6-Apr-07
not in SAP
not in SAP

not in SAP
1-Sep-05

28-Jun-05
24-Jul-06
not in SAP
24-Mar-06

12-May-04
2-Sep-05

26-Feb-04

19-Jan-07

no alternative
no alternative

no alternative
LC420WX3-SLA1
LC420WX3-SLA1
LC420WX5-SLD1
LC420WX5-SLD1

LC420WX2-SLA1

LC420WU2-SLA1
LC420WU2-SLB1
LC420WU2-SLA1
no alternative
no alternative
LC420WU4-SLB1
no alternative
LC420WU5-SLA1
no alternative
LC420WU5-SLB1
no alternative

LC420WU1-SL01
no alternative

LC420W02-SLB1
no alternative

LC420W02-A6
LC420W02-SLB1

LC470WX1-SLA1

30-Nov-06 LC470WU1-SLC2
no alternative
LC470WU2-SLA1
no alternative
LC470WU2-SLB1
no alternative
LC470WU4-SLA2
no alternative
no alternative

April '07

1-Apr-06

7-Oct-06

1-Sep-05
6-Nov-06

6-Nov-06

1-Jan-06
1-Mar-06

March-'06 LC420W02-A6

aug. '07

9322 250 20682

9322 256 66682

9322 255 57682

9322 248 50682

9322 246 97682


9322 246 97682
9322 249 09682
9322 249 09682

9322 240 80682

9322 256 62682

9322 255 96682

9322 255 58682

9322 246 84682


9322 251 68682
9322 246 84682

9322 228 99682

9322 234 12682

9322 226 39682


9322 234 12682

9322 226 39682

3122 785 00940

1
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
10 (<50%)

5 D<1.0mm

15mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

10mm

New pixel spec. "A" rating.

compatible with A6 -but C.Ratio=


800:1. 10/11 UFD

HD panels entered
5-10-28

The LC420W02-SLB1 is not


backwards compatible with the
LC420W02-A6 (used in
42PF7421D/37). The software and the
inverter cable needs to be changed.
The inverter pinning for the A6 is 12
pins and for the SLB1 it is 14 pins.

entered
290905

entered 290905

entered 290905
Not in LSDB

No
No

37.0"
37.0"

Yes
No
No
No

42.0"
42.0"
42.0"

No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes

42.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"
47.0"

Yes

42.0"
42.0"

Yes

42.0"

Yes

Yes

Yes
42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

No
Yes

42.0"

42.0"

No

Yes
42.0"

42.0"

Yes
42.0"

Yes

42.0"
42.0"

Yes

42.0"

Yes

Yes

42.0"

Yes
42.0"

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

42.0"

Yes

Yes

37.0"

42.0"

Yes

37.0"

? CCFL

22 CCFL

22 CCFL

22 CCFL

23 CCFL

23 CCFL

? CCFL

? CCFL

? CCFL

? CCFL

24 CCFL

24 CCFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 CCFL

18 CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

? HCFL

? HCFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

? EEFL

? EEFL

? EEFL

? EEFL

? CCFL

? CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

22 CCFL

22 CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

20 CCFL

18 EEFL

18 EEFL

16 EEFL

20 EEFL

2x 24V DC

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

n.a.

n.a.

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

n.a.

n.a.

24V DC

24V DC