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1 Precautions

1 Precautions
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards such as electrical shock.

1-1 Safety Precautions


1-1-1 Warnings
1. 2. For continued safety, do not attempt to modify the circuit board. Disconnect the AC power and DC Power Jack before servicing.
(READING SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE 0.5mA)

1-1-2 Servicing the LCD Monitor


1. 2. When servicing the LCD Monitor Disconnect the AC line cord from the AC outlet. It is essential that service technicians have an accurate voltage meter available at all times. Check the calibration of this meter periodically.

DEVICE UNDER TEST TEST ALL EXPOSED METAL SURFACES

LEAKAGE CURRENT TESTER

2-WIRE CORD

1-1-3 Fire and Shock Hazard


Before returning the monitor to the user, perform the following safety checks: 1. Inspect each lead dress to make certain that the leads are not pinched or that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and other metal parts in the monitor. Inspect all protective devices such as nonmetallic control knobs, insulating materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment covers or shields, isolation resistorcapacitor networks, mechanical insulators, etc. Leakage Current Hot Check (Figure 1-1): WARNING: Do not use an isolation transformer during this test. Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards Institute (ANSI C101.1, Leakage Current for Appliances), and Underwriters Laboratories (UL Publication UL1410, 59.7). 4.

ALSO TEST WITH PLUG REVERSED (USING AC ADAPTER PLUG AS REQUIRED)

EARTH GROUND

Figure 1-1. Leakage Current Test Circuit


With the unit completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. With the units AC switch first in the ON position and then OFF, measure the current between a known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all exposed metal parts, including: metal cabinets, screwheads and control shafts. The current measured should not exceed 0.5 milliamp. Reverse the power-plug prongs in the AC outlet and repeat the test.

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1-1-4 Product Safety Notices


Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safetyrelated characteristics which are often not evident from visual inspection. The protection they give may not be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by ! on schematics and parts lists. A substitute replacement that does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create shock, fire and/or other hazards. Product safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever appropriate.

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

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1 Precautions

1-2 Servicing Precautions


WARNING: Caution: Note: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode. Before servicing units covered by this service manual, read and follow the Safety Precautions section of this manual. If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.

1-2-1 General Servicing Precautions


1. Always unplug the units AC power cord from the AC power source and disconnect the DC Power Jack before attempting to: (a) remove or reinstall any component or assembly, (b) disconnect PCB plugs or connectors, (c) connect a test component in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor. Some components are raised above the printed circuit board for safety. An insulation tube or tape is sometimes used. The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact with thermally hot components. Reinstall all such elements to their original position. After servicing, always check that the screws, components and wiring have been correctly reinstalled. Make sure that the area around the serviced part has not been damaged.

4.

Check the insulation between the blades of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (examples: metal panels, input terminals and earphone jacks). Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the power cord from the AC source and turn the power switch ON. Connect an insulation resistance meter (500 V) to the blades of the AC plug. The insulation resistance between each blade of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see above) should be greater than 1 megohm.

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Always connect a test instruments ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the positive lead; always remove the instruments ground lead last.

1-3 Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) Precautions


Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors. The following techniques will reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.

1.

Immediately before handling any semiconductor components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic charge from your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wrist-strap device. To avoid a shock hazard, be sure to remove the wrist strap before applying power to the monitor. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly, place it on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to prevent accumulation of an electrostatic charge. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or desolder ESDs. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as anti-static can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.

6.

Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective package until you are ready to install it. Most replacement ESDs are packaged with leads that are electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or other conductive materials. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ESD, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.

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3. 4. 5.

Caution: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESDs. Motions such as brushing clothes together, or lifting your foot from a carpeted floor can generate enough static electricity to damage an ESD.

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LE26A41B/LE32A41B

2 Product Specifications

2 Product Specifications
2-1 LE26A41B, LE32A41B Specifications
Description Item LE26A41B LCD Panel Scanning Frequency Display Colors Maximum Resolution Input Video Signal Input Sync Signal Maximum Pixel Clock rate Active Display Horizontal/Vertical
AC power voltage & Frequency TFT-LCD panel, RGB vertical stripe, normaly white, 26-Inch viewable, 0.4425 (H) x 0.264(V)mm pixel pitch Horizontal : 30 kHz ~ 68 kHz (Automatic) Vertical : 50 Hz ~ 85 Hz (Automatic)

LE32A41B
TFT-LCD panel, RGB vertical stripe, normaly white, 32-Inch viewable, 0.537(H) x 0.537(V) mm pixel pitch Horizontal : 30 kHz ~ 61 kHz (Automatic) Vertical : 56 Hz ~ 75 Hz (Automatic)

16.2 Million colors Horizontal : 1280 Pixels Vertical : 768 Pixels Horizontal :1366 Pixels Vertical : 768 Pixels

Analog 0.7 Vp-p 5% positive at 75 , internally terminated Type : Seperate H/V Level : TTL level 80 MHz 556.4 mm / 339.8 mm AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 ~ 60 Hz 130 W
32.6 x 10.9 x 20.5 Inches (827.0 X 278 X 520mm) After installation Stand 37.0 x 13.3 x 27.4 Inches (827.5 X 112.5 X504.5 mm) Without stand 37.0 x 13.3 x 27.4 Inches (965 X 338 X 695 mm)

80 MHz 697.7 mm / 392.4 mm

Power Consumption Dimensions(W x D x H) Set Package Weight Set(After installation Stand) / Package
Environmental Considerations

130 W
38.2 x 12.5 x 22.7 Inches (972.0 X317.0 X 577.5 mm) After installation Stand 38.2 x 4.6 x 22.2 Inches (972.0 X 116.0 X 565.0 mm) Without Stand 44.5 x 16.0 x 22.9 Inches (1130 X 408 X 760 mm)

18 Kg (39.7 Ibs) / 24 Kg (52.9 lbs)

21.5 Kg (54.0Ibs) / 28 Kg (61.7 lbs)

Operating Temperature : 50 F ~ 104 F (10 C ~ 40 C) Operating Humidity : 10 % ~ 80 % Storage Temperature : -4 F ~ 113 F (-20 C ~ 45 C) Storage Humidity : 5 % ~ 95 % Tunning Frequency Synthesize NTSC-M MONO, STEREO, SAP System Sound 75 MAX Internal speaker Out : LN-P267W : Right => 5W, Left => 5W LN-P327W : Right => 10W Left => 10W

TV System Antena Input

Sound Characteristic BASS Control Range : -8 dB ~ + 8dB TREBLE Control Range : -8 dB ~ +8 dB Headphone Out : 10 mW MAX Output Frequency : RF : 80 Hz ~ 15 kHz A/V : 80 Hz ~ 20 kHz

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2 Product Specifications

2-2 Pin Assignments


2-2-1 DVI-D (Digital)
Ref) DVI-D : Digital only

1 9 17

2 10 18

3 11 19

4 12 20

5 13 21

6 14 22

7 15 23

8 16 24

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Signal Assignment RX2RX2+ GND NC NC DDC Clock (SCL) DDC Data (SDA) Analog Vertical Sync. RX1RX1+

Pin No. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Signal Assignment GND NC NC DDC Input Power(+5V) IDENT_PC 5V RX0RX0+ GND NC

Pin No. 21 22 23 24

Signal Assignment NC GND RXC+ RXC-

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2 Product Specifications

2-2-2 Component 1, 2
RCA Green Y GND RCA Blue Pb (Cb) GND RCA Red Pr (Cr) GND Audio L RCA White GND Audio R RCA Red GND

2-2-3 S-Video
Pin 1 2 3 4 5 Separate GND Y C GND GND

2-2-4 A/V
RCA Yellow CVBS Audio L RCA White GND Audio R GND

RCA Red

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2 Product Specifications

2-3 Timing Chart


This section of the service manual describes the timing that the computer industry recognizes as standard for computer-generated video signals.

2-3-1 LCD Panel Mode1 mode


LN-P267W LN-P327W

47.712kHz 20.959 15.906 5.053 0.000 15.906 0.749 1.702 2.994 Positive
60.015Hz 16.662 16.097 0.566 0.000 16.097 0.063 0.105 0.377 85.500MHz

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2-3-1 Supported Modes (1)

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2-3-1 Supported Modes (2)

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2 Product Specifications

2-3-1 Supported Modes (3)


(Only LN-P327W)

1360/60Hz 1360x768

47.712kHz 20.959 15.906 5.053 0.000 15.906 0.749 1.702 2.994 Positive
60.015Hz 16.662 16.097 0.566 0.000 16.097 0.063 0.105 0.377 85.500MHz

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3 Disassembly and Reassembly

3 Disassembly and Reassembly


This section of the service manual describes the disassembly and reassembly procedures for the LE26A41B/LE32A41B LCD TV.
!

WARNING: This monitor contains electrostatically sensitive devices. Use caution when handling these components.

3-1 LE26A41B Disassembly


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Cautions: 1. Disconnect the monitor from the power source before disassembly.

1. Place LCD TV face down on cushioned table. Remove 9 screws from the rear cover. Remove 4 screws from grip on the stand. and remove the stand.

2. Remove the stand and lift up the rear cover.

3. Disconnect speaker cable, function cable from the shield and remove 18 screws from the shield and lift up the shield.

4. Disconnect CN811 connecter, LVDS cable, inverter cable from the boards.

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

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3 Disassembly and Reassembly 5. Remove 6 screws from the Main board and lift up the board.

6. Remove 6 screws from the Sub power board and lift up the board.

7. Disconnect inverter cable. Remove 6 screws from the main power board and lift up the board.

8. Remove 8 screws

9. Remove 6 screws from the panel BRKT. Remove 16 screws from the cabinet BRKT and lift up the panel.

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3 Disassembly and Reassembly 8. Lift up the panel. Remove 4 screws from the panel BRKT. (Lelt/Right) Disconnect BRKT from the panel.

3-2 LE32A41B Disassembly


1. Place LCD TV face down on cushioned table. Remove 9 screws from the rear cover. Remove 4 screws from grip on the stand. and remove the stand.

2. Remove the stand and lift up the rear cover.

3. Disconnect speaker cable, function cable from the shield and remove 18 screws from the shield and lift up the shield.

4. Disconnect CN811 connecter, LVDS cable, inverter cable from the boards.

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

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3 Disassembly and Reassembly 5. Remove 6 screws from the Main board and lift up the board.

6. Remove 6 screws from the Sub power board and lift up the board.

7. Disconnect inverter cable. Remove 6 screws from the main power board and lift up the board.

8. Remove 13 screws

9. Remove 6 screws from the panel BRKT. Remove 14 screws from the cabinet BRKT and lift up the panel.

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3 Disassembly and Reassembly 8. Lift up the panel. Remove 4 screws from the panel BRKT. (Lelt/Right) Disconnect BRKT from the panel.

3-3 Reassembly
Reassembly procedures are in the reverse order of dissasembly procedures.

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4 Alignments and Adjustments

4 Alignments and Adjustments


4-1 General Alignment Instuction
1. Usually, a color TV-VCR needs only slight touch-up adjustment upon installation. Check the basic characteristics such as height, horizontal and vertical sync. 2. Use the specified test equipment or its equivalent. 3. Correct impedance matching is essential. 4. Avoid overload. Excessive signal from a sweep generator might overload the front-end of the TV. When inserting signal markers, do not allow the marker generator to distort test result. 5. Connect the TV only to an AC power source with voltage and frequency as specified on the backcover nameplate. 6. Do not attempt to connect or disconnect any wire while the TV is turned on. Make sure that the power cord is disconnected before replacing any parts. 7. To protect aganist shock hazard, use an isolation transform.

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

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4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-2 Factory Mode Adjustments


4-2-1 Entering Factory Mode
1. To enter Service Mode Press the remote -control keys in this sequence : - If you do not have Factory remote - control

- If you have Factory remote - control

- The buttons are active in the service mode. 1. Remote - Control Key : Power, Arrow Up, Arrow Down, Arrow Left Arrow Right, Menu, Enter, Number Key(0~9) 2. Function - Control Key : Power, CH +, CH -, VOL +, VOL -, Menu, TV/VIDEO(Enter)

4-2-2 Factory Mode Tree

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

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T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

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T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

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4 Alignments and Adjustments

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

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T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

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4 Alignments and Adjustments

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

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T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

d/k

T-DUO26OPEU-0033 07/22/2004 10:17:54 T-DUO32OPEU-0022 07/22/2004 10:17:54

* Unless otherwise specifid, do not adjust data in Factory Mode. * Data may be changed for display improvement.

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4-3 White Balance Adjustment


1. In factory mode (1, 3, 6), you can adjust the white balance. 2. As the adjustment and data values differ depending on input sources, different adjustments are requried for RF, PC/DVI modes. 3. Optimum condition data for each mode are saved as default values. (Refer to Table 2, 3) 4. As the RF mode is applied with the same vlaues as for VIDEO and S-VIDEO, adjustment can be made in any of RF, VIDEO and S-VIDEO modes. Table 4-1. White Balance Setting Conditions

258

44(40) 26(25) 32(35) 289 287

1.5(1.2) 0.7 0.8(0.9)

( ) : ACER Panel Table 4-2. Color Control Default Vlaue <Dnie White Balance>

Table 4-3. Color Control Default Vlaue

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4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-3-1 Conditions for Measurement


1. On the basis of toshiba ABL pattern : High Light level (57 IRE) - INPUT SIGNAL GENERATOR : MSPG-925LTH * Mode NO 2 : 750X480@60 Hz NO 6 : 1280X720@60 Hz NO 21 : 1024X768@60 Hz * Pattern NO 85 : 16 Color Bar Pattern NO 16 : Toshiba ABL Pattern 2. Optical measuring device : CA210 (FL) Please use the MSPG-925 LTH generator for model LW26A33W.

4-3-2 Method of Adjustment


1. Adjust the basic level of DTV and PC input signals. a) Set the input to the mode in which the adjustment will be made (PC). * Input signal - PC Mode : Model #21 (1024*768 Mode), Pattern #16 (Picture 4-1) b) Enter factory Calibration, confirm the ADC data (PC Mode Only). * ADC default value : Table 4-3. Picture 4-1 Toshiba ABL Pattern

2. Adjust the white balance of RF, DTV and PC Modes. a) Set the input to the mode in which the adjustment will be made (RF * Input signal - VIDEO Mode : Model #1 (750*480 Mode), Pattern #16 - PC Mode : Model #21 (1024*768 Mode), Pattern #16 b) Enter factory color control, confirm the data. DTV PC).

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

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4 Alignments and Adjustments c) Adjust the low light. (Refer to table 1, 2 in adjustment position by mode) - Adjust sub - Brightness to set the 'Y' value. - Adjust red offset ('x') and blue offset ('y') to the color coordinates. * Do not adjust green offset data. Picture 4-2 Toshiba ABL Pattern

Low light Measurement point

d) Adjust the high light. (Refer to table 1, 2 in adjustment position by mode) - Adjust red gain ('x') and blue gain ('y') to the color coordinates. * Do not adjust the green gain and sub-contrast (Y) data. Picture 4-3 Toshiba ABL Pattern

High light Measurement point

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4-3-3 Option Table

PanelType

AMLCD

* The default settings are most recommended for Option Data. Each data may be adjusted.

4-3-4 PW565
* Below figures are for contrast adjustment of PW565 (IC602). Do not change the data.

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4-3-5 VPC 3230-MAIN


* Data may be adjusted.

4-3-6 ADC
*Adjust the R(Pr), G(Y), B(Pb) gain and offset to the basic level of DTV and PC Input signals.

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4-3-7 DNIe
* Control the specify item that a output signals of scalar (PW565). * This data can be changed without notice.

4-3-8 MDIN-150
* Control the specify item that a output signals (RF, CVBS, S-VHS Modes) of MDIN-150 (IC405). * This data can be changed without notice.

4-3-9 Test Pattern


* Use below test patters to demonstrate the image display of PW565 (IC602). 1) Luma Ramp (16 step) 2) Luma Ramp (128 Step) 3) White 16 4) White 240 5) Color Bar 6) RGB Ramp (32 Step)

4-3-10 Check sum


* XXXX : Displays the current check sum size of the MICOM. (Varies depending on program update)

4-3-11 Reset
* Initializes the data in the MICOM. (Set to default value) Use Reset to restore adjustmints made in Factory Mode to the original settings.

4-3-12 T_NPL26PEU_0130 03/08/2004 18:34:23


* Displays the MICOM program version

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4-4 How to use SW(FlashupgradNT) for LW26A33W Set program update


1. Store program practice file in new folder. 2. Connect Set and Jig Cable to execute Program Update. (Refer to the Picture 4-4 attachment) 3. After completing the JIG Cable connection, store Update practice program (hex file 3EA) in new folder. (guiR, romcode, factoryGui). 4. Click FlashupgradNT.exe icon 2 times and execute it. (Upgrader OSD screen is marked)

Picture 4-4 5. Select OFull.inf in Flash. (flaher, romcode, guir, factorygui items look in Files To)

Picture 4-5

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4 Alignments and Adjustments 6. Click the Flash that is under right of OSD screen. (if warning message comes out, Click the Yes(Y).)

Picture 4-6 7. After acting No.6, extract Sets Power Cable and connect it again. 8. During acting No.7, program Update sledding is marked sequentially on OSD screen. 9. After Program Update completion, act NO.7 again. 10. Program Update is completed.

Picture 4-7 <Attachment Picture 4-7 : JIG Cable Connection Explain> 1. Connect with PC Pattern Generators output. (Connect only when you want to see PC screen.) 2. Connect with JIG Output (15 pins) and PC Input (PC/DVI 24 pins) terminal. 3. Connect with COM Port1 of PC (9 Pins). 4. Connect 14V 4.5A Adaptor Cable. LE26A41B/LE32A41B 4-17

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5 Troubleshooting

5 Troubleshooting
5-1 No Power
LAMP off, power indicator LED red color? No Check a connection a power cable. (BH39-10339H)

Yes

Does proper DC 12V appear at C812, C813, C814?

No

Change a Assy PCB Power. (BN94-00443F)

Yes Does proper DC A3.3V, A5V, A1.8V appear at C873, C861, C884?

No

Check a IC816, IC814, IC818. Change a main PCB ass'y. (BN94-00539A)

Yes Does proper DC 5V, 3.3V, 2.5V, 9VS, A1.8V appear at C831, C835, C850, C895, C884?

No

Check a IC811, IC812, IC813, IC606, IC818. Change a main PCB ass'y. (BN94-00539A)

Yes

Does proper DC 33V, 1.2V_SNI_D, 1.2V_SNI_PLL, 3.3V_SNI_D, 3.3_SNI_PLL, +3.3V_MD, +2.5V_MD1, MDIN_APLL, MDIN_DPLL appeart at C827, C865, C878, C551, C570, C416, C429, C447, C451?

No

Check a IC812, IC815, IC817, FT522, FT512, FT406, FT407, FT410, FT411. Change a main PCB ass'y. (BN94-00539A)

Yes Check a other function. (No picture part) Replace a lcd panel. (BN07-00121A)

No A power is supplied to set?

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5 Troubleshooting

5-2 No Video (Analog PC Signal)


Power Indicator is off. Lamp on, no video. Yes Check a PC source and check the connection of DSUB cable? Yes Does the signal appear at #54, 48, 43 (R, G, B) of IC101? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA101~RA104, RA106, RA107? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA605, RA606, RA608, RA611, RA613, RA615? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA512, RA514, RA516, RA518, RA520, RA521? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of FT516~FT520? Yes Check a LVDS cable? Replace a lcd panel? (BN07-00121A) No Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD. No Check a IC515. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00539A). No Check a IC501. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00539A). No Check a IC602, IC601. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00539A). No Check a IC101. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00539A). No Check IC101, PC cable. Change a PC cable. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00539A). No

Input a analog PC signal and connected cable.

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5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
1 R,G,B Output Signal (#54, 48, 43) Of IC101 2 R,G,B Output Signal Of IC101

3 Output Digital Signal of IC602

4 Output Digital Signal of IC501

5 Digital Output Data of IC515

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5 Troubleshooting

5-3 No Video (DVI-Digital Signal)


Power Indicator is off. Lamp on, no video. Yes Check the connectionn of DVI-D cable? Yes Does the digital data appear
6 at #80, #81, #85, #86, #90~#94

No Input a DVI-D cable.

No Check a DVI-D cable.

of IC102(Data, Clk +/-)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA111~RA112, RA123~RA126? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA605~RA606, RA608, RA611, RA613, RA615? Yes Does the digital data appear at RA518, RA520, RA521? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of FT516~FT520? Yes Check a LVDS cable? Replacea lcd panel? (BN07-00121A) No Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD. No Check a IC515. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC501. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC102 Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A).

No

Check a IC602, IC601. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A).

4 output of RA512, RA514 RA516,

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5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC602 4 Output Digital Signal of I501

5 Digital Output Data of IC515

6 Signal of DVI_RX 0~2 (Data)

6-1 Signal of DVI_RXC (CLK)

7 Digital Output Signal Of IC102

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5 Troubleshooting

5-4 No Picture (Tuner_CVBS)


Power Indicator is off. Lamp on, no picure. Yes Dose the signal appear at #1 of IC202? Yes Does the signal appear at #72 (Y), #71 (C) of IC201? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA201, 202 (Y), RA203, 204 (C)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA408, 409 (Y), RA416, 417(C)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of 3 RA605~RA606, RA608, RA611, RA613, RA615? Yes Does the digital data appear at RA518, RA520, RA521? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of FT516~FT520 ? Yes Check a LVDS cable? Replacea lcd panel? (BN07-00121A) No Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD. No Check a IC515. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC501. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC601, IC602. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC405 and IC406. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC201. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a IC202. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Check a B+ voltage (#9, #7 of Tuner) : 33V, 5V change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A). No Connect the RF cable and check RF signal. (AA39-00039A)

10

11

4 output of RA512, RA514, RA516,

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WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC602 4 Output Digital Signal of IC501

5 Digital Output Data of IC515

8 Tuner_CVBS Output Signal

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WAVEFORMS
9 Analog Signal (Y,C) to IC201 10 3230 Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data

11 Digital Output Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data Of IC405

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5 Troubleshooting

5-5 No Picture (Video_CVBS)


Power Indicator is off. Lamp on, no picure. Yes Dose the signal appear at #6 of IC202? Yes Does the signal appear at #72 (Y), #71 (C) of IC201? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA201, 202 (Y), RA203, 204 (C)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA408, 409 (Y), RA416, 417(C)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA605, 3 RA606, RA608, RA611, RA613, RA615? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA512, RA514, RA516,RA518, RA520, RA521? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of FT516~FT520? Yes Check a LVDS cable? Replacea lcd panel? (BN07-00121A) No Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD. No Check a IC515. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A). No Check a IC501. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A). Check a IC601, IC602. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A). No Check a IC405 and IC406. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A). No Check a IC201 and IC902. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A). No Check a IC202. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A). No Check a connection harness. No Check a A/V cable and video signal. (BN39-00057A).

10

11

No

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5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC602 4 Output Digital Signal of IC501

5 Digital Output Data of IC515

8 Tuner_CVBS Output Signal

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5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
9 Analog Signal (Y,C) to IC201 10 3230 Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data

11 Digital Output Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data Of IC405

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5 Troubleshooting

5-6 No Picture (S-VIDEO_Y,C)


Power Indicator is off. Lamp on, no picure. Yes
9

No

Connect the s-video cable. Operating a video player. (BN39-00060A).

Dose the signal appear at #8 (Y), #10 (C) of IC202? Yes Does the signal appear at C277 (Y), C279 (C)? Yes Does the signal appear at #72 (Y), #71 (C) of IC201? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA201, 202 (Y), RA203, 204 (C)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA408, 409 (Y), RA416, 417 (C)? Yes Does the digital data appear at output of RA605, RA606, RA608, RA611, RA613, RA615? Yes Does the digital data appear at Output of RA512, RA514, RA516,RA518? Yes Does the digital data appear at Output of FT516~FT520? Yes Check a LVDS cable? Replacea lcd panel? (BN07-00121A)

No Check a connection harness.

12

No

Check a IC202. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

No

Check a IC201. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

10

No

Check a IC201 and IC902. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

11

No

Check a IC405 and IC406. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

No

Check a IC601, IC602. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

No

Check a IC501. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

No

Check a IC515. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN96-00549A).

No Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD.

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5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC602 4 Output Digital Signal of IC501

5 Digital Output Data of IC515

9 Analog Signal (Y,C) to IC201

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

5-13

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WAVEFORMS
10 3230 Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data 11 Digital Output Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data Of IC405

12 SVHS_Y,C Input Signal to IC202

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5 Troubleshooting

5-7 No Sound
No Picture is display, no sound. Connect a sound cable. (BN39-00148A,BN39-00448A) control a volume.

Yes Does the signal appear at Pin 67 (Tuner Sound signal) and Pin 56, 57 (CH1_L, R Sound) 13 and Pin 53, 54 (CH2_L, R Sound) of IC703 (MSP3410G)? Yes

No

Check a connection harness and headphone jack.

14

Check the DC 8V, 9VS, 9V of IC703, IC701?

No

Check a IC809, IC606, IC811 and IC810. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A).

Yes

15

Does the signal appear at L701 ~L704 ?

No

Check a IC701. Change a main PCB ass'y (BN94-00549A).

Yes

Replace the speaker ass'y? (BN96-01015A(L), BN9601016(R))

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5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
13 The Signal are Inputed to IC703 14 DC +8V

15 Output WaveForm

5-16

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6 Exploded View & Parts List

6 Exploded View and Parts List


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6-1 LE26A41B

SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SNA SA SA SNA SA SA SA SA

LN-P267W/LN-P327W

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6-2 LE32A41B

SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SNA SA SNA SA SA SA SA SA

6-2

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Description ASSY PCB MAIN

Code No.(LE26A41B) BN94 - 00595V BN90 - 00677D BN90 - 00663V BN07 - 00121A BN91 - 00814C BN91 - 00807V BN92 - 01133N BN92 - 01044C BN59 - 00412B BN92 - 01146E BN94 - 00443F BN94 - 00444N

Description ASSY PCB MAIN ASSY COVER FRONT ASSY COVER REAR LCD-PANEL ASSY CHASSIS ASSY SHIELD ASSY BOX ASSY LABEL REMOCON ASSY ACCESSORY ASSY PCB POWER_CH ASSY PCB POWER_SUB PCB

Code No.(LE32A41B) BN94 - 00595Q BN90 - 00677K BN90 - 00663Y BN07 - 00172A BN91 - 00808Y BN91 - 00807X BN92 - 01133U BN92 - 01044U BN59 - 00412B BN92 - 01146P BN94 - 00443Z BN94 - 00444N

ASSY COVER FRONT ASSY COVER REAR LCD-PANEL ASSY CHASSIS ASSY SHIELD ASSY BOX ASSY LABEL REMOCON ASSY ACCESSORY ASSY PCB POWER_CH ASSY PCB POWER_SUB PCB

<OPTION PART LIST> IF Cable A/V Cable S-Video Cable COMPONENT Cable SOUND Cable(R, L) PC DVI(D) Cable PC DVI(A) Cable DVI AUDIO Cable STEREO Cable D-SUB Cable : AA39-00039A : BN39-00057A : BN39-00060A : BN39-00279A : BN39-00148A : BN39-00126A : BN39-00310A : BN81-00120A : BN39-00448A : BN39-00244B

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8 Block Diagrams

8 Block Diagram
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8-1 Signal Path Block Diagram

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9 Wiring Diagrams

9 Wiring Diagram

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10 PCB Layout

10 PCB Layout 10-1 Main PCB Layout

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10 PCB Layout
Loc. No. Description DIODE
D001 D002 D003 D004 D005 D006 D007 D008 D009 D010 D011 D031 D032 D033 D034 D035 D036 D037 D038 D039 D041 D042 D043 D044 D045 D046 D047 D048 D049 D051 D052 D053 D054 D055 D056 D057 D058 D059 D061 D062 D063 D064 D065 DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ARRAY DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ARRAY 123.9 132.1 128.0 80.5 123.9 132.1 128.0 138.2 142.5 138.2 142.5 124.0 132.2 128.1 80.5 124.8 133.0 128.9 147.1 151.4 147.1 151.4 158.4 179.1 183.8 188.4 173.6 179.1 183.8 188.4 7.8 34.3 30.2 26.1 21.8 13.4 42.8 38.7 65.7 57.8 57.8 65.7 7.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 28.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 42.9 42.9 42.9 42.9 43.0 43.0 43.0 23.4 43.0 43.0 43.0 42.9 42.9 42.9 42.9 31.5 27.5 27.5 27.4 27.7 27.5 27.5 27.5 26.0 25.7 25.7 25.7 25.6 25.6 25.7 25.7 28.9 28.9 28.9 28.9 39.8

Loc. No.
D066 D067 D068 D069 D071 D072 D073 D074 D075 D077 D078 D079 D081 D082 D083 D105 D106 D324 D601 D606 D618 D619 D620 D621 D622 D623 D701 D702 D703 D704 D705 D706 D707 D811 D812 D813 D814 D815 D816 D817 D818 D819 D901 D908

Description
DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-SCHOTTKY DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING

X
33.3 33.3 16.6 12.1 25.2 20.8 34.1 29.7 38.2 42.6 42.7 68.9 77.6 68.9 77.6 45.7 39.2 142.1 101.3 205.5 231.3 222.3 235.8 226.8 174.7 174.7 119.1 114.5 126.8 134.9 119.5 148.3 166.9 154.6 18.7 49.8 8.4 21.8 29.8 25.0 27.0 27.4 131.6 205.8

Y
30.9 35.5 53.0 53.0 53.0 53.0 53.0 53.0 53.0 53.0 33.6 58.0 58.1 58.0 58.1 62.0 64.6 110.4 106.8 249.2 37.3 37.5 37.3 37.5 33.0 33.0 217.9 217.7 231.0 230.9 197.5 221.8 194.0 254.8 210.6 219.2 105.3 177.0 244.1 244.2 198.5 243.9 176.1 112.1

Loc. No.
D912 D915 D916 D921 D922 D924 D926 D927 D928 D929 D932 D933 D935 D936 D937 D938 D939 D940

Description
DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER

X
85.1 10.1 10.0 17.5 64.6 194.2 7.2 20.1 8.0 89.0 180.4 184.0 169.2 163.9 228.9 224.7 227.3 231.0

Y
100.8 192.5 196.9 25.6 160.5 212.7 46.0 31.7 53.6 103.2 233.7 214.3 34.8 28.7 162.6 162.6 147.0 154.3

Loc. No.
IC604 IC605 IC606 IC607 IC608 IC609 IC612 IC613 IC614 IC616 IC617 IC618 IC701 IC702 IC703 IC704 IC705 IC706 IC707 IC708

Description
IC-MODULATOR IC-EEPROM IC-DC/DC CONVERTER IC-DRAM IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-VOL. DETECTOR IC-DRAM IC-OP AMP IC-OP AMP IC-OP AMP IC-OP AMP IC-OP AMP IC-AUDIO AMP IC-AUDIO AMP IC-SOUND PROCESSOR IC-TTL IC-SRAM IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-TTL IC-TTL IC-TTL IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-TTL IC-TTL IC-POSI.FIXED REG. IC-POSI.FIXED REG. IC-SWITCH REG. IC-SWITCH VOL. REG. IC-DC/DC CONVERTER IC-DC/DC CONVERTER IC-POSI.ADJUST REG. IC-SWITCH VOL. REG. IC-POSI.ADJUST REG. IC-SWITCH VOL. REG. IC-RESET IC MICOM IC MICOM IC-VOL. DETECTOR IC-DECODER IC-EPROM IC-OP AMP IC-VOL. DETECTOR IC-MODULATOR IC-POSI.FIXED REG.

X
70.9 58.7 196.5 31.6 89.1 93.9 31.6 196.0 202.7 208.9 215.2 222.1 200.8 126.7 146.0 197.7 202.5 186.4 209.0 214.8 214.8 186.4 202.4 205.0 56.4 165.6 148.4 11.5 44.5 16.0 73.3 27.0 105.2 25.8 172.7 177.6 157.3 134.4 201.8 202.1 180.8 211.9 75.7 175.4

Y
108.2 161.8 252.3 148.4 109.8 99.6 124.7 249.2 249.2 249.2 249.2 249.2 223.5 215.9 206.1 202.9 192.8 194.2 203.0 186.1 197.4 185.6 193.0 181.4 245.3 241.7 248.2 221.0 222.9 107.8 218.9 190.3 195.8 207.8 156.9 178.4 178.1 181.5 137.1 164.7 162.7 118.1 108.9 130.2

Loc. No.
Q001 Q002 Q301 Q302 Q303 Q304 Q305 Q306 Q307 Q308 Q309 Q311 Q312 Q313 Q314 Q315 Q316 Q317 Q318 Q319 Q323 Q510 Q511 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q604 Q611 Q612 Q701 Q702 Q703 Q810 Q811 Q812 Q814 Q901 Q903 Q904 Q905 Q906 Q907 Q908

Description TRANSISTOR
FET-SILICON FET-SILICON TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL FET-SILICON FET-SILICON FET-SILICON FET-SILICON TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL

X
27.1 27.1 160.8 154.0 164.9 135.7 135.5 139.6 139.8 147.7 145.1 151.2 147.4 151.0 171.8 161.5 157.2 177.2 174.4 166.6 143.9 135.9 136.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.1 125.7 128.7 122.3 227.5 202.4 226.6 224.9 13.1 184.7 188.4 201.6 82.5 10.1 16.2 190.0 174.7

Y
36.1 31.4 91.7 93.1 92.0 83.4 79.4 79.4 83.4 93.4 78.8 78.9 74.8 89.2 75.2 85.2 85.2 80.7 91.3 91.2 123.4 237.9 248.0 159.4 168.9 164.0 154.6 203.5 196.8 227.5 234.9 215.1 158.0 165.2 240.7 236.9 131.4 123.0 239.2 32.4 30.2 215.3 43.1

IC
IC001 IC002 IC003 IC004 IC101 IC102 IC103 IC104 IC105 IC106 IC201 IC202 IC303 IC405 IC406 IC501 IC510 IC511 IC513 IC514 IC515 IC516 IC601 IC602 IC-EEPROM IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-EEPROM IC-AUDIO SWITCH IC-A/D CONVERTER IC-RECEIVER IC-VIDEO SWITCH IC-POSI.FIXED REG. IC-VIDEO SWITCH IC-VOL. DETECTOR IC-VIDEO PROCESS IC-VIDEO SWITCH IC-SEPARATOR IC-VIDEO PROCESS IC-DRAM IC-VIDEO PROCESS IC-DRAM IC-DRAM IC-TIMER IC-TIMER IC-TRANSMITTER FET-SILICON IC-FLASH MEMORY IC-LCD CONTROLLER 8.1 49.7 14.1 155.1 65.0 28.0 126.6 55.2 95.1 45.6 120.3 151.5 156.8 118.5 119.4 83.3 58.9 58.9 171.4 166.1 91.4 127.5 40.8 62.5 25.7 29.4 33.7 151.9 76.5 74.8 72.6 62.2 69.6 68.1 108.2 67.8 108.2 150.4 176.4 190.0 176.2 200.5 213.9 222.9 231.8 248.6 102.0 133.6

IC709 IC711 IC712 IC713 IC809 IC810 IC811 IC812 IC813 IC814 IC815 IC816 IC817 IC818 IC901 IC902 IC903 IC904 IC907 IC911 IC916 IC918 IC919 IC920

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TFT-LCD TV/MONITOR
Chassis DU26EO DU32EO Model LE26A41B LE32A41B

SERVICE
TFT-LCD TV/MONITOR

Manual
CONTENTS
1. Precautions 2. Product Specifications 3. Disassembly & Reassembly 4. Alignment & Adjustments 5. Troubleshooting 6. Exploded View & Parts List 7. Parts List 8. Block Diagram 9. Wiring Diagram 10. PCB Layout 11. Schematic Diagrams 12. Panel Description

This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law.

Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. 416, Maetan-3Dong, Yeongtong-Gu, Suwon City, Kyungki-Do, Korea, 443-742 Printed in Korea P/N : BN82-00122B-00 URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/

LCD TV
- AFTER SALES SERVICE

LE26A41B LE32A41B
LCD TV

- Do not hesitate to contact your retailer or service agent if a change in the performance of your product indicates that a faulty condition may be present.

Owners Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.

ELECTRONICS

LE26A41B/LE32A41B

ON-SCREEN MENUS PC DISPLAY PICTURE IN PICTURE (PIP) TELETEXT


This device is a class B digital apparatus.

BN68-00751F-00

LCD TV
LE26A41B LE32A41B

Owners Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.

ON-SCREEN MENUS PC DISPLAY PICTURE IN PICTURE (PIP) TELETEXT

Precautions When Displaying a Still Image


A still image may cause permanent damage to the TV screen.

Digital Ready TV: When you


select the regular screen (4:3) mode to watch an SD-grade digital broadcast (and the set-top box output is 480p).

Although digital broadcasting must be in the wide screen (16:9) HD format, broadcasters sometimes show programs made originally in the regular screen format (4:3) by converting the signals into digital form, in which case the left and right side edges of the screen are cropped. Note : If the borders at the left, right and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces.

Digital Ready TV: When you


select the wide screen (16:9) mode to watch an SD-grade digital broadcast (and the set-top box output is 1080i).

Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.

Digital Ready TV: When the


TV receives HD-grade signals (and the set-top box output is 1080i).

When you watch a digital HD-grade broadcast on a regular (4:3) TV with the screen size "16:9" or "Panorama" selected, you will be able to watch the program but the top and bottom edges of the screen will be cropped.

Note : If the borders at the top, bottom and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces. Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.

Integrated Digital TV
(Wide-screen): When the TV receives SD-grade (regular) broadcasting signals (receives 480p regular signals).

Digital Ready TV (wide-screen):


digital TV: When the TV receives SD-grade (regular) broadcasting signals (with a set-top box).

Although digital broadcasting must be in the wide screen (16:9) HD format, broadcasters sometimes show programs made originally in the regular screen format (4:3) by converting the signals into digital form, in which case the left and right side edges of the screen are cropped. Note : If the borders at the left, right and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces.

When you watch an analog


(regular) broadcast on a wide-screen TV (with the 4:3 screen mode selected).

Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.

When you watch a DVD, CD or a


video in wide screen (21:9) format on a wide-screen (16:9) TV.

When you connect a computer or a game console to the TV and select the 4:3 screen mode.

If you connect a DVD player, computer or a game console to the wide-screen TV and watch a movie or play a game in regular (4:3) or wide (21:9) screen mode, the left and right side edges, or the top and bottom edges of the screen will be cropped. Note : If the borders at the left, right and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces. Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.

Contents
CONNECTING AND PREPARING YOUR TV
Viewing the Control Panel ......................................................................................... Viewing the Connection Panel................................................................................... - Connecting an Aerial or Cable Television Network ............................................... - Connecting Set-Top Box, VCR or DVD ................................................................. - Connecting External A/V Devices .......................................................................... - Connecting Computer ............................................................................................ - Connecting Sub Woofer ......................................................................................... - Connecting DVI....................................................................................................... Viewing the Remote Control (All Functions Except Teletext) ................................... Viewing the Remote Control (Teletext Functions)..................................................... Installing Batteries in the Remote Control................................................................. Switching On and Off ................................................................................................. Placing Your Television in Standby Mode ................................................................. Becoming Familiar with the Remote Control ............................................................ Plug and Play ............................................................................................................. Choosing Your Language .......................................................................................... 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 33 34 34 35 35

SETTING THE CHANNELS


Storing Channels Automatically................................................................................. Storing Channels Manually........................................................................................ Editing the Channels.................................................................................................. Sorting the Stored Channels ..................................................................................... Assigning Channels Names ...................................................................................... Fine Tuning Channel Reception ................................................................................

SETTING THE PICTURE


Changing the Picture Standard ................................................................................. Adjusting the Custom Picture .................................................................................... Changing the Colour Tone ......................................................................................... Changing the Picture Size ......................................................................................... Freezing the Current Picture...................................................................................... DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine) ......................................................................... My Colour Control ...................................................................................................... Dynamic Contrast....................................................................................................... Brightness Sensor...................................................................................................... Viewing the Picture In Picture (PIP) ..........................................................................

SETTING THE SOUND


Adjusting the Volume ................................................................................................. Switching the Sound Off Temporarily ........................................................................ Selecting the Sound Mode ........................................................................................ Changing the Sound Standard .................................................................................. Adjusting the Sound Settings .................................................................................... Selecting WOW Surround.......................................................................................... Adjusting the Volume Automatically ..........................................................................

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Contents
SETTING THE SOUND
Connecting Headphones ........................................................................................... Adjusting Your Headphone Preferences ................................................................... Listening to the Sound of the Sub Picture ................................................................ Sub Woofer................................................................................................................. 36 36 37 37

SETTING THE TIME


Setting and Displaying the Current Time .................................................................. 38 Setting the Sleep Timer.............................................................................................. 39 Switching the Television On and Off Automatically................................................... 40

SETTING THE OTHERS


Setting the Blue Screen Mode................................................................................... Colour Weakness....................................................................................................... Selecting the Melody ................................................................................................. Selecting a Device from External Sources................................................................ Viewing Pictures from External Sources ................................................................... 41 42 43 44 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

SETTING THE PC
Setting up Your PC Software (Based on Windows XP) ........................................... Adjusting the PC Screen Automatically..................................................................... Coarse and Fine Tuning of the Image....................................................................... Changing the Image Position .................................................................................... Initializing the Image Settings ....................................................................................

USING THE TELETEXT FEATURE


Teletext Decoder ........................................................................................................ Displaying the Teletext Information............................................................................ Selecting a Specific Teletext Page ............................................................................ Using FLOF to Select a Teletext Page......................................................................

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE


Troubleshooting: Before Contacting Service Personnel........................................... Installing the Wall Mount Kit..................................................................................... Using the Anti-Theft Kensington Lock ....................................................................... Technical and Environmental Specifications............................................................. Display Mode (PC)..................................................................................................... Pin Configurations...................................................................................................... Wiring the Mains Power Supply Plug (UK Only) ...................................................... Setting Up Your Remote Control ...............................................................................

Symbols
Press Important Note

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Viewing the Control Panel

SOURCE Displays a menu of all of the available input sources (TV, Ext.1, Ext.2, AV, S-Video, DVI, PC). You can also use the SOURCE button on the TVs control panel to make selections. MENU Press to see an on-screen menu of your TVs features. + Press to decrease or increase the volume. Also used to select items on the on-screen menu. C/P. Press to change channels. Also press to highlight various items on the on-screen menu. (Without the Remote Control, You can turn on TV by using the Channel buttons.)

(Power) Press to turn the TV on and off. Light Detecting Sensor Adjusts brightness of screen automatically by detecting brightness of surrounding environment. This sensor works when Brightness Sensor is on. Remote Control Sensor Aims the remote control towards this spot on the TV. Power Indicator Lights up when you turn the power off. When you turn the power off after selecting On/Off Timer, green light will appear. Speakers

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Viewing the Connection Panel

Power Input

Whenever you connect an audio or video system to your set, ensure that all elements are switched off. Connecting an Aerial or Cable Television Network To view television channels correctly, a signal must be received by the set from one of the following sources: - An outdoor aerial - A cable television network - A satellite network Connecting Set-Top Box, VCR or DVD - Connect the VCR or DVD SCART cable to the SCART connector of the VCR or DVD. - If you wish to connect both the Set-Top Box and VCR (or DVD), you should connect the Set-Top Box to the VCR (or DVD) and connect the VCR (or DVD) to your set. Input/Output Specification
Input Connector SCART 1 SCART 2 Video Audio (L/R) S-Video RGB Output Video+Audio (L/R) Only TV Out Monitor Out (TV/Ext.1/Ext.2/AV/S-VHS)

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Viewing the Connection Panel

Connecting External A/V Devices - Connect RCA or S-VIDEO cable to an appropriate external A/V device such as VCR, DVD or Camcorder. - Connect RCA audio cables to L - AUDIO - R on the rear of your set and the other ends to corresponding audio out connectors on the A/V device. - Headphone may be connected to the headphone output ( ) on the rear of your set. While the headphone is connected, the sound from the built-in speakers will be disabled.

Connecting Computer Connect the D- Sub cable to PC (PC IN) on the rear of your set. Connect the stereo audio cable to AUDIO (PC IN) on the rear of your set and the other end to Audio Out of the sound card on your computer.

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Viewing the Connection Panel

Connecting Sub Woofer Connecting DVI - Connect the DVI connector to the DVD connector. - Connect the stereo audio cable to L - AUDIO - R on the rear of your set and the other end to Audio Out of the sound card on your DVD. - DVI does not support PC function.

Source

Video

Horizontal Frequency (kHz) 15.625 15.625 15.734 15.704 15.734 31.469 15.625 31.250 45.000 28.125 33.750

Vertical Frequency (Hz) 50 50 60 60 60 60 50 50 60 50 60

Resolution (Lines) 575 575 483 483 483 483 576 576 720 1080 1080

Source

PAL SECAM NTSC4.43 NTSC3.58 (Except RF) 480/60i 480/60p 576/50i 576/50p 720/60p 1080/50i 1080/60i

DVI

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Viewing the Remote Control (All Functions Except Teletext)

Television On/Off (Refer to page 11)

Automatic Power-off (Refer to page 39)

Numeric buttons for direct channel access

Selects a target device to be controlled by the samsung remote control (TV, Samsung STB, VCR, CABLE, DVD) (Refer to pages 60~63)

Previous channel One/Two-digit channel selection -Next channel -Previous channel (Refer to page 11)

Volume up or down (Refer to page 32) Temporary sound switch-off (Refer to page 33) Available source selection (Refer to page 44)

Selects the TV mode directly Menu display and change confirmation (Refer to page 12)

Use to see information on the current broadcast. (Refer to page 38)

Exit the OSD

Control the cursor in the menu (Refer to page 12) Sound effect selection (Refer to page 34) DUAL I-II button (Refer to page 33) SRS WOW selection (Refer to page 35) Picture effect selection (Refer to page 22)

Selects the PC mode directly (Refer to page 46) Picture size selection (Refer to page 25) Press to improve the digital video quality. (Refer to page 26) VCR/DVD FUNCTIONS : Rewind : Stop : Play/Pause : Fast/Forward

STILL : Picture freeze (Refer to page 26) PIP FUNCTIONS; (Refer to page 30~31) PIP : Picture-In-Picture On/ Off POSITION : PIP position selection SIZE : PIP size selection SWAP : Interchange the main and sub picture Reset: When your remote does not work, change the batteries and press the Reset button for 2-3 seconds before use. Set (Refer to pages 60~62)

The performance of the remote control may be affected by bright light. You can use the remote control up to a distance of about 23 feet from the TV. When using the remote, always point it directly at the TV. You can also use your remote control to operate your VCR, Cable box, DVD player or Samsung Set-Top box.

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Viewing the Remote Control (Teletext Functions)

Teletext display/mix both teletext information and the normal broadcast Teletext sub page

P P

: Teletext next page : Teletext previous page

Teletext mode selection (LIST/FLOF)

Exit from the teletext display

Teletext reveal

Teletext index

Teletext cancel Teletext size selection

Teletext hold

Teletext store

Teletext Function : Refer to pages 50-52 for details

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Installing Batteries in the Remote Control

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Slide the cover out completely. Install two AAA size batteries. Make sure to match the + and ends of the batteries with the diagram inside the compartment.

Replace the cover. Remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place if you wont be using the remote control for a long time. The remote control can be used up to about 23 feet from the TV. (Assuming typical TV usage, the batteries last for about one year.) If remote control doesnt work! Check the following: 1. Is the TV power on? 2. Are the plus and minus ends of the batteries reversed? 3. Are the batteries drained? 4. Is there a power outage, or is the power cord unplugged? 5. Is there a special fluorescent light or a neon sign nearby?

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Switching On and Off


The mains lead is attached to the rear of your set. If you have purchased this set in the United Kingdom, refer to page 59 for further instructions on plug wiring.

Plug the mains lead into an appropriate socket. Result: The main voltage is indicated on the rear of your set and the frequency is 50 or 60Hz. button on the lower-right part of the panel.

Press the POWER Result:

The standby indicator lights up on the front panel.

Press the numeric button (0~9) or channel up/down ( / ) button on the remote control or C/P. button on the lower-right part of the panel. Result: The programme that you were watching last is reselected automatically.

When you switch the set on for the very first time, you will be asked to choose language in which the menus are to be displayed (see page 14).

To switch your set off, press the POWER

button again.

Placing Your Television in Standby Mode


Your set can be placed in standby mode in order to reduce the power consumption. The standby mode can be useful when you wish to interrupt viewing temporarily (during a meal, for example).

Press the POWER button on the remote control. The screen is turned off and a red standby indicator Result: appears on the front of your set. To switch your set back on, simply press the POWER buttons (0~9) or channel up/down ( / ) button again. , numeric

Do not leave your set in standby mode for long periods of time (when you are away on holiday, for example). It is best to unplug the set from the mains and aerial.

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Becoming Familiar with the Remote Control


The remote control is used mainly to: Change channels and adjust the volume. Set up your set using the on-screen menu system. The following table presents the most frequently used buttons and their functions.

Button

Viewing Function Used to display the next stored channel. Used to display the previous stored channel.

Menu Function -

to

Used to display the corresponding channels. For double digit channels, the second digit must be pushed immediately after the first. Failure to do this will result in a single digit channel being displayed. Used to select a channel numbered ten or over. Press this button, and enter the two digit channel number. Used to increase the volume. Used to decrease the volume. -

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MUTE

Used to switch the sound off temporarily. To turn the sound back on, press this button +/- button. again, or press the Used to display the on-screen menu system. Used to return to the previous menu or normal viewing.

MENU

EXIT

Used to exit the on-screen menu system.

Used to move among the menu items. Used to select a menu item or increase the value of the selected item. Used to return to the previous menu item or decrease the value of the selected item. ENTER Used to confirm your choice.

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Plug and Play


When the set is initially powered ON, several basic customer settings proceed automatically and subsequently. The following settings are available.

If the set is in standby mode, press the POWER remote control. Result:

button on the

The message Plug & Play is displayed. It appears for a little while, and then the Language menu is automatically displayed. or button.

Select the appropriate Language by pressing the The available languages are listed. You can choose one of 18 languages.

Press the ENTER Result:

button to confirm your choice.

The message Antenna Input Check is displayed with the OK selected. button.

Press the ENTER Result:

The following countries are available: Belgie - Deutschland - Espania - France Italia - Nederland - Schweiz - Sverige - UK East Europe -Others or button.

Select your Country by pressing the Press the ENTER button. Result:

The Auto Store menu is displayed with the Start selected. button.

Press the ENTER Result:

The channel search will start and end automatically.

Select the Hour or min by pressing the or button. Set the Hour/min by pressing the or button. (Refer to Setting and Displaying the Current Time on page 38) Press the MENU Result: button to confirm your setting.

The message Enjoy your viewing is displayed, and then the channel which has been stored will be activated.

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Plug and Play


If you want to reset this feature...

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed. or button to select Plug & Play. button.

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Press the

Press the ENTER Result:

The message Plug & Play is displayed.

For further details on how to set, refer to the previous page.

Choosing Your Language


When you start using your set for the first time, you must select the language which will be used for displaying menus and indications.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Setup.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Setup group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Language. Press the ENTER button. Result: The available languages are listed. or button

Select a particular language by pressing the repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. You can choose one of 18 languages.

When you are satisfied with your choice, press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Storing Channels Automatically


You can scan for the frequency ranges available to you (and availability depends on your country). Automatically allocated programme numbers may not correspond to actual or desired programme numbers. However, you can sort numbers manually and clear any channels you do not wish to watch.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Channel.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Channel group are displayed. button.

Press the ENTER Result:

The Country is selected.

Press the ENTER button again. Select your Country by pressing the or button repeatedly. Result: The following countries are available: Belgie - Deutschland - Espania - France - Italia Nederland - Schweiz - Sverige - UK East Europe - Others button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Auto Store. Press the ENTER button. Result: The Start is selected.

Press ENTER button to search the channels. The sub menu is changed from Start to Stop with channel search started. Result: The search will end automatically. Channels are sorted and stored in an order which reflects their position in the frequency range (with lowest first and highest last). The programme originally selected is then displayed. To return to the previous menu, press the or button to select Return and then press the ENTER button. To stop the search before it has finished, press the ENTER button with Stop selected.

When the channels have been stored, you can: Sort them in the order required (refer to page 19) Assign names to the stored channels (refer to page 20) Add or delete the channels (refer to page 18) Fine tune channel reception if necessary (refer to page 21)

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Storing Channels Manually


You can store up to 100 channels, including those received via cable networks. When storing channels manually, you can choose: Whether or not to store each of the channels found. The programme number of each stored channel which you wish to identify.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Channel.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Channel group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Manual Store. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Manual Store menu are displayed with Prog.No selected.

Press the ENTER button again. To assign a programme number to a channel, find the correct number by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. You can also set programme number by pressing number buttons on the remote control.

Press the or button to select Colour System and then press the ENTER button. Select the Colour System required by pressing the or button repeatedly and then press the ENTER button. Result: The colour standards are displayed in the following order: AUTO - PAL - SECAM - NT4.43

Press the or button to select Sound System and then press the ENTER button. Select the sound standard required by pressing the or button repeatedly and then press the ENTER button. Result: The sound standards are displayed in the following order: BG - DK - I - L

For all the channels to move to the required channel numbers, repeat steps 5 to 7 after selecting Prog.No by pressing or button.

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Storing Channels Manually

If you know the number of the channel to be stored.... Press the ENTER or button to select Channel and then press the button.

Select C (Air channel) or S (Cable channel) by pressing the or button. Press the button to select Channel. or button and

Select the required number by pressing the then press the ENTER button.

If there is abnormal sound or no sound, re-select the sound system required. You can also set Channel by pressing number buttons on the remote control.

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If you do not know the channel numbers, press the or button to select Search and then press the ENTER button. Search by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. Result: The tuner scans the frequency range until the first channel or the channel that you selected is received on your screen.

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Press the or button to select Store and then press the ENTER button. Select Yes by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. Result: The channel and associated programme number are stored.

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Repeat steps 9 to11 for each channel to be stored. Channel mode P (Programme mode): When tuning is completed, the
broadcasting stations in your area will have been assigned to position numbers from P00 to P99. You can select a channel by entering the position number in this mode.

C (Real channel mode): You can select a channel by entering the assigned number to each broadcast station in this mode. S (Cable channel mode): You can select a channel by entering the assigned number to each cable channel in this mode.

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Editing the Channels


You can exclude the channels you chose from the channels you scanned. When you scan through the stored channels, those you have chosen to skip are not displayed. All channels that you do not specifically choose to skip are displayed during scanning.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Channel. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Channel group are displayed.

Press the or button to select Add/Delete. Press the ENTER button. Result: The state of current channel is displayed.

Press the / button to select Channel that you wish to Add or Delete. Result: If the channel that you wish to edit is not in memory, the Add is selected and displayed. Otherwise, if the channel that you wish to edit is in memory, the Delete is selected and displayed. button to Add or Delete channel.

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Press the ENTER

To return to the previous menu, select Return by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. Repeat steps 4 and 6 for each channel to be added or deleted.

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Sorting the Stored Channels


You can exchange the numbers of two channels, in order to: Modify the numeric order in which the channels have been automatically stored. Give easily remembered numbers to the channels that you watch most often.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Channel. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Channel group are displayed.

Press the or button to select Sort. Press the ENTER button. Result: The Prog.No, Channel and Name are displayed.

Select the Channel number that you wish to change by pressing the or button repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. Result: The selected Channel number and Name is moved to right side.

Press the or button to move to the position which you would like to change and then press the ENTER button. Result: The selected channel is exchanged with the one previously stored to the chosen number.

Repeat steps 4 to 5 for another channel to be sorted.

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Assigning Channels Names


Channel names will be assigned automatically when channel information is broadcast. These names can be changed, allowing you to assign new names.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Channel. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Channel group are displayed.

Press the or button to select Name. Press the ENTER button. Result: The current Prog.No, Channel and Name are displayed.

If necessary, select the channel to be assigned to a new name by pressing the or button. Press the ENTER button. Result: The selection bar is displayed around the name box. Then... Press the Press the Press the or button

To... Select a letter, number or symbol Move on the next letter Move back the previous letter Confirm the name

button button button

Press the ENTER

The characters available are : Letters of the alphabet (A~Z) Numbers (0~9) Special characters ( *, _, space)

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Repeat steps 4 to 5 for each channel to be assigned to a new name. When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Fine Tuning Channel Reception


If the reception is clear, you do not have to fine-tune the channel, as this is done automatically during the search and store operation. If however, the signal is weak or distorted, you may have to fine-tune the channel manually. Select the channel that you want to fine tune.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Channel. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Channel group are displayed.

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Press the or button to select Fine Tune. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to reach the required setting. Press the ENTER button. To reset the fine-tuning, select Reset by pressing or button and then press the ENTER button. To return to the previous menu, select Return by pressing or button and press the ENTER button. When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Changing the Picture Standard


You can select the type of picture which best corresponds to your viewing requirements.

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Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER Result:

The Mode is selected. or button

Press the ENTER button again. Select the required picture effect by pressing the repeatedly. Result:

The following picture effects are available: Dynamic - Standard - Movie - Custom

You can also display simply by pressing the P.MODE (Picture Mode) button.

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Adjusting the Custom Picture


Your set has several settings which allow you to control picture quality.

1 2

Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER Press the ENTER

or button to select Custom and press the button.

Select the option (Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Colour) to be adjusted by pressing the or button. Press the ENTER button. Result: The horizontal bar is displayed. or button to reach the required setting.

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Press the

When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. If you make any changes to these settings, the Picture Mode is automatically switched to Custom. In PC mode, only Contrast and Brightness can be adjusted in Custom mode.

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Changing the Colour Tone


You can select the most comfortable colour tone to your eye.

1 2

Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Colour Tone and press ENTER button. Select the required option by pressing the or button repeatedly. Result: The following options are available: Cool2 - Cool1 - Normal - Warm1 - Warm2

When you are satisfied with your choice, press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Changing the Picture Size


You can select the picture size which best corresponds to your viewing requirements.

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Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button. button to select Size and press the ENTER or button

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Press the ENTER Press the button. or

Select the required option by pressing the repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. Result:

The following options are available: Auto Wide - Wide - Panorama - Zoom1 Zoom2 - 4:3 You can select these options by simply pressing the P.SIZE (Picture Size) button on the remote control. When the picture size is selected to Auto Wide, the PIP feature will work. In PC Mode, only Wide and 4:3 mode can be adjusted. In Zoom 1 or 2, use the picture. or button to move the

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Freezing the Current Picture

Press the STILL button to freeze a moving picture into a still one. Press again to cancel.

DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine)


Samsungs new technology brings you more detailed images with contrast and white enhancement. A new image compensation algorithm gives viewers brighter and clearer image. DNIe technology will match every signal to your eye.

1 2

Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select DNIe and then press the ENTER button. Select the required option by pressing the or button. Result: The following options are available: DNle On - DNle Off - DNle Demo You can also select these options by simply pressing the DNIe button. DNIe On Improved picture mode as demonstrated by DNIe Demo is activated. DNIe Off The mode is deactivated and the screen returns to its original condition. DNIe Demo The screen shows the improved image on the left-hand side and the original image on the right-hand side. When you are satisfied with your choice, press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. This function doesnt work when source is in PC mode.

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My Colour Control
My Colour Control is to adust the most preferred colours such as Blue, Green, Pink without interfering with other colours in order for each consumer to enjoy screen colour of their choice.

1 2

Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select My Colour Control and then press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the My Colour Control menu are displayed. or button to select Easy Control and press button. Select a source of the sub picture by pressing button and press the ENTER button. The sources are displayed in the following order: Blue - Green - Pink - Standard - Custom or button to select Detail Control and press button. Select a source of the sub picture by pressing button and press the ENTER button. The sources are displayed in the following order: Pink - Green - Blue- Reset or button to reach the required setting.

Press the ENTER the or Result:

Press the ENTER the or Result:

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Press the

When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. This function doesn't work when source is in PC mode, DNIe is set to off or PIP is set to on. To reset the Detail Control, Select Reset by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button.

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Dynamic Contrast
Dynamic Contrast is to automatically detect distribution of inputted visual signal and adjust to create optimum contrast.

1 2

Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Dynamic Contrast. Press the ENTER button. Result: The Dynamic Contrast menu is displayed. button.

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Select On by pressing or Press the ENTER button.

When it has finished, press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. This function doesn't work when source is in PC mode, DNIe is set to off or PIP is set to on.

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Brightness Sensor
Brightness Sensor is to adjust brightness of screen either automatically or manually by detecting brightness of surrounding environment using light detecting sensor.

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Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Brightness Sensor. Press the ENTER button. Result: The Brightness Sensor menu is displayed. or button.

Select On by pressing Result:

Brightness on the screen is adjusted automatically according to brightness of surrounding environment.

When it has finished, press the ENTER button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. This function doesn't work when source is in PC mode.

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Viewing the Picture In Picture (PIP)


You can display a sub picture within the main picture of set programme or video input. In this way, you can watch the picture of set programme or video input from any connected equipment whiling watching the main picture.

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Press the MENU Result: Press the Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Picture.

The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button.

3 4

Press the ENTER Press the ENTER Result:

or button to select PIP and then press the button. The options available in the PIP menu are displayed.

Press the ENTER button again. Select On by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select Source and press ENTER button. Select a source of the sub picture by pressing the or button and press the ENTER button. Result: The sources are displayed in the following order: When main picture is set to TV/Ext.1/Ext.2/AV/S-Video, only DVI/PC can be selected and when main picture is set to DVI/PC, TV/Ext.1/Ext.2/AV/S-Video can be selected.

[DVI/PC Only]

Press the or button to select Swap. To interchange the main picture and the sub picture, select Swap option and press the ENTER button. Result: The main picture and the sub picture are interchanged.

Press the or button to select Size of sub picture and then press the ENTER button. Select a size of the sub picture by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. Result: The sizes are displayed in the following order: -

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Viewing the Picture In Picture (PIP)

Press the or button to select Position and then press the ENTER button. Select the position of sub picture by pressing the or button and then press the ENTER button. Result: You can move the sub picture. When the size of sub picture is set to or , this feature does not work.
[PC/DVI Only]

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Press the or button to select Prog.No and then press the ENTER button. You can select the channel that you want to view through sub picture by pressing the or button. Result: The memorized Prog.No is displayed.

MAIN: DVI/PC, PIP: TV Prog.No is inactive and not available in TV mode. However, they become active and available in DVI/PC mode.

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To return to normal viewing, press the EXIT button. Remote-control functions while "PIP" is "On": Features PIP SWAP Description Used to operate On/Off function of PIP directly. Used to interchange the main picture and the sub picture. When the main picture is in the video mode and the sub picture is in the set mode, you might not hear the sound of main picture when pressing the SWAP button after changing the sub picture channel. At this time, reselect the main picture channel. POSITION SIZE PIP Settings
Sub Main

You also move the sub picture simply by pressing the POSITION button. Select a size of the sub picture by pressing the SIZE button.

TV

Ext.1

Ext.2

AV

S-Video

DVI

PC

TV Ext.1 Ext.2 AV S-Video DVI PC

X X X X X O O

X X X X X O O

X X X X X O O

X X X X X O O

X X X X X O O

O O O O O X X

O O O O O X X

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Adjusting the Volume


You can adjust the volume using your remote control. Press the VOL(+) button to increase the volume. Result: A horizontal bar is displayed and the volume increases until you release the button. The cursor moves to the right to indicate the volume.

Press the VOL(-) button to decrease the volume. Result: A horizontal bar is displayed and the volume decreases until you release the button. The cursor moves to the left to indicate the volume.

Additional sound adjustments are available on your set. For further details, refer to pages 33 to 37.

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Switching the Sound Off Temporarily


You can switch the sound off temporarily. Example: You wish to answer the telephone.

Press the MUTE Result:

button.

The sound is switched off and Mute is displayed.

When you wish to turn the sound back on, press the MUTE button again or either of the volume buttons. Result: The sound comes back on at the same volume as before and the Mute indication disappears.

Selecting the Sound Mode


You can set the sound mode by pressing the "DUAL I-II" button. When you press it, current sound mode is displayed on the screen.

Audio Type Mono FM Stereo Stereo Dual Mono Stereo NICAM Stereo Dual

DUAL 1/2 MONO STEREO DUAL 1 MONO DUAL 2

Default Automatic change DUAL 1 Automatic change

MONO MONO MONO STEREO DUAL 1

DUAL 1

DUAL 2

If the receiving conditions deteriorate, listening will be easier if the mode is set to Mono. If the stereo signal is weak and automatic switching occurs, switch to Mono.

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Changing the Sound Standard


You can select the type of special sound effect to be used when watching a given broadcast.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Sound.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button. button again.

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Press the ENTER Press the ENTER Result:

The Mode is selected. button

Select the required sound effect by pressing the or repeatedly and then press the ENTER button. The following sound effects are available: Standard - Music - Movie - Speech - Custom You can also select these options by simply pressing the S.MODE (Sound Mode) button on the remote control.

Adjusting the Sound Settings


The sound settings can be adjusted to suit your personal preferences.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Sound.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button. or button and then press or button.

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Press the ENTER

Select Equalizer by pressing the the ENTER button.

Select the required option by pressing the Press the or

button to reach the required setting.

When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. If you make any changes to these settings, the Sound Mode is automatically switched to Custom.

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Selecting WOW Surround


Select the Wow Surround feature to amplify the mid- to low-range sounds or create a surround sound effect.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Sound.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or buttons to select WOW. press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select On. Press the ENTER button. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. Select On/Off with SRS button on the remote control as well.
is a trademark of SRS Labs,Inc. WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS labs, Inc.

Adjusting the Volume Automatically


Each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, and so it is not easy for you to adjust the volume every time the channel is changed. This feature lets you automatically adjust the volume of the desired channel by lowering the sound output when the modulation signal is high or by raising the sound output when the modulation signal is low.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Sound. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Sound group are displayed.

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Press the or button to select Auto Volume. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select On. Press the ENTER button. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Connecting Headphones
You can connect a set of headphones to your set if you wish to watch a TV programme without disturbing the other people in the room. Plug a set of headphones into the 3.5mm mini-jack socket on the rear panel of the set. The sound is heard through the headphones. Result: For further details on how to set your headphone preferences, refer to the section below. Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may damage your hearing. You will not receive sound from the speakers when you connect headphones to the system.

Adjusting Your Headphone Preferences


You can adjust the headphone settings to suit your preferences. The following headphones settings are available: Volume, Balance, Bass, Treble.

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Press the MENU button. The main menu is displayed. Result: Press the or button to select Sound. The options available in the Sound group are displayed. Result: Press the ENTER button.

Press the or button to select Headphone. Press the ENTER button. The Headphone sound menu (Volume, Balance, Result: Bass, Treble) is displayed. To... Change the option Change a setting Confirm the changes Then... Press the Press the or or button. button. button.

Press the ENTER

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Listening to the Sound of the Sub Picture


During the PIP feature is activating, you can listen to the sound of the sub picture.

Press the MENU button. Result: The main menu is displayed. or button to select Sound.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Sound Select and then press the ENTER button. Result: Main and Sub are displayed. You can select this option when the PIP is in On.

Select the Sub by pressing the Press the ENTER button. Result:

or

button.

You can listen to the sound of the sub picture.

To listen the sound of current main picture, set to Main.

Sub Woofer
Sub Woofer is a speaker that complements front speakers reproduction capability of low-pitched sound.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed. or button to select Sound.

Press the Result:

The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button.

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Press the ENTER

Press the or button to select Sub Woofer. Press the ENTER button. Press the ENTER button. Select On by pressing the or ENTER button. Result: To... Change the option Change a setting Confirm the changes button and then press the

The Sub Woofer menu (Volume, Cut off Freq.) is displayed. Then... Press the Press the or or button. button. button.

Press the ENTER

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Setting and Displaying the Current Time

You can set the TVs clock so that the current time is displayed when you press the INFO button. You must also set the time if you wish to use the automatic On/Off timers. If you disconnect the power cord, you have to set the clock again.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed with Time selected. button.

Press the ENTER Result:

The Time menu is displayed with Clock selected. button. Press the... or or button button

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Press the ENTER To... Move to Hour or min Set the Hour or min

When you have satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. To display the... Current time and selected audio/video setting status Press the... INFO button

You can also set hour and minute by pressing number buttons on the remote control.

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Setting the Sleep Timer

You can select a time period of between 30 and 180 minutes after which the television automatically switches to standby mode.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed with Time selected. button.

Press the ENTER Result:

The Time menu is displayed with Clock selected.

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Press the or button to select Sleep Timer. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button repeatedly and cycle through the preset time intervals (--, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180). Result: The TV automatically switches to standby mode when the timer reaches 0.

To cancel the sleep timer function, select Set by pressing the or button and then select "Off" by pressing the or button. Press the ENTER button. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

You can set the sleep timer by simply pressing the SLEEP button on the remote control.

Press the SLEEP button on the remote control. Result: If the sleep timer is not yet set, Off is displayed. Otherwise, the remaining time before which the television switches to standby mode is displayed.

Select the preset time interval for staying on by pressing the SLEEP button repeatedly.

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Switching the Television On and Off Automatically


You can set the On/Off timers so that the set will: Switch on automatically and tune to the channel of your choice at the time you select. Switch off automatically at the time you select. The first step is to set the televisions clock (refer to Setting and Displaying the Current Time on page 38 ).

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed with Time selected. button.

Press the ENTER Result:

The Time menu is displayed with Clock selected.

Press the or button to select On Timer. Press the ENTER button. Result: The On Timer menu is displayed.

Set the time, channel and volume level at which you wish the set to be switched on. To... Move to Hour, min, Prog.No and Volume Set Hour, min, Prog.No and Volume Move to Set Select On to enable above setting Press the ENTER button. Press the... or or or or button button button button

Press the or button to select Off Timer. In the same way, set the time at which you wish the set to be switched off automatically. You can also set hour and minute by pressing number buttons on the remote control.

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Setting the Blue Screen Mode


If no signal is being received or the signal is very weak, a blue screen automatically replaces the noisy picture background. If you wish to continue viewing the poor picture, you must set the "Blue Screen" mode to "Off".

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed.

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Press the or button to select Blue Screen. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select On. Press the ENTER button. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Colour Weakness
Colour Weakness is a feature that enables those with a Colour Weakness to view images as those with normal colour vision do. The feature provides nine different colour adjustment layers each for red, green and blue.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed.

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Press the or button to select Colour Weakness. Press the ENTER button. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select On. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select Red, Green and Blue. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to adjust the Colour Weakness.

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When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. This function doesn't work when source is in PC mode or DNIe is in off mode.

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Selecting the Melody


You can hear melody sound when the television is powered on or off.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed.

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Press the or button to select Melody. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select On. Press the ENTER button. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Selecting a Device from External Sources


Your set enables you to choose which audio/video signals are output to the external connector.

Press the MENU Press the ENTER Result:

button. button to select Input.

The options available in the Input group are displayed.

Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Source List menu are displayed. Select the required device by pressing the Press the ENTER button. or button.

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Repeat step 1. Press the or button to select Edit Name. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Edit Name menu are displayed. Select the device that you wish to edit by pressing the The following options are available: Ext.1 - Ext.2 - AV - S-Video - DVI - PC Press the ENTER button. or button.

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Select the required device by pressing the or button repeatedly. The following options are available: ---- - VCR - DVD - Cable STB - HD STB - Satellite STB AV Receiver - DVD Receiver - Game - Camcorder DVD Combo - DHR - PC When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

Viewing Pictures from External Sources


Once you have connected up your various audio and video systems, you can view the different sources by selecting the appropriate input.

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Check that all the necessary connections have been made. Press the SOURCE button. Result: The edited device and audio status are displayed on top-left of the set.

Press the SOURCE button until the required input source is selected. If you change the external source while viewing, pictures might take a short period of time to be switched.

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Setting up Your PC Software (Based on Widows XP)

The Windows display-settings for a typical computer are shown below. But the actual screens on your PC will probably be different, depending upon your particular version of Windows and your particular video card. But even if your actual screens look different, the same, basic set-up information will apply in almost all cases. (If not, contact your computer manufacturer or Samsung Dealer.)

First, click on Control Panel on the Windows start menu.

When the control panel window appears, click on Appearance and Themes and a display dialog-box will appear.

When the control panel window appears, click on Display and a display dialog-box will appear.

Navigate to the Settings tab on the display dialog-box. The correct size setting (resolution) - LE26A41B : 1280 X 768 pixels - LE32A41B : 1360 X 768 pixels If a vertical-frequency option exists on your display settings dialog box, the correct value is 60 or 60 Hz. Otherwise, just click OK and exit the dialog box.

1280

768

*See Display Modes on page 57.

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Adjusting the PC Screen Automatically


Auto adjustment allows the PC screen of set to self-adjust to the incoming PC video signal. The values of fine, coarse and position are adjusted automatically. Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode. This function does not work in DVI-Digital mode.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed. button to select PC. button.

Press the or Press ENTER Result:

The options available in the PC menu are displayed. button to select Auto Adjustment. button.

Press the or Press ENTER Result:

After the PC screen twists during the auto adjustment procedure, the screen quality and position are automatically adjusted.

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Coarse and Fine Tuning of the Image


The purpose of picture quality adjustment is to remove or reduce picture noise. If the noise is not removed by Fine-tuning alone, then adjust the frequency as best as possible (coarse) and Fine-tune again. After the noise has been reduced, re-adjust the picture so that it is aligned on the center of screen. Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button Result: The options available in the Setup group are displayed. button to select PC. button.

Press the or Press ENTER Result:

The options available in the PC menu are displayed. button again.

Press ENTER Result:

The Image Lock menu is selected.

Press the or button to select Coarse or Fine. Press the ENTER button. Result: The horizontal bar is displayed.

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Press the or button to adjust the screen quality. Vertical stripes may appear or the picture may become blurry. When you are satisfied with the settings, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Changing the Image Position

Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

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Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select PC. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the PC menu are displayed.

Press the or button to select Position. Press the ENTER button. Result: You can adjust the image Position. or or button to adjust horizontal position. button to adjust vertical position.

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Press the Press the

Press MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Initializing the Image Settings


You can replace all image settings with the factory default values. Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.

Press the MENU Result:

button.

The main menu is displayed.

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Press the or button to select Setup. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select PC. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the PC menu are displayed.

Press the or button to select Image Reset. Press the ENTER button. Result: You can initialize all image setting to the factory default values.

Press MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Teletext Decoder
Most set channels carry teletext , pages of written information that provide information such as: Television programme times. News bulletins and Weather forecasts. Sports results. Subtitles for the hard of hearing. The teletext pages are organized according to six categories: Part A B C D E F Contents Selected page number. Broadcasting station identity. Current page number or search status. Date and time. Text. Status information.

Displaying the Teletext Information


You can display teletext information at any time, but signal reception must be good. Otherwise: Information may be missing. Some pages may not be displayed. To activate the teletext mode and display the contents page:

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Using the P ( ) or P the teletext service. Press the TTX/MIX ( Result: /

) button, select the channel providing

) button to activate the teletext mode.

The contents page is displayed. It can be redisplayed at any time by pressing the INDEX ( ) button.

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To display the actual broadcast simultaneously with the teletext page, press the TTX/MIX( / ) button. To return to normal viewing, press the CANCEL( Press the TV( ) button.

) button again to exit from the TTX display.

If any broken character appears while TTX is being viewed, make sure that the TTX language is identical with the language in the Setup menu mode. If both languages are different, select the same language with the TTX language on the Setup menu.

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Selecting a Specific Teletext Page


Press the number buttons on the remote control to enter the page number directly:

Enter the three-digit page number listed in the contents by pressing the corresponding numeric buttons. Result: The current page counter is incremented and the page is then displayed.

If the selected page is linked with several secondary pages, the secondary pages are displayed in sequence. To freeze the display on a given page, press the HOLD ( ). Press the HOLD ( ) button again to resume. Using the various display options: To display... Both teletext information and the normal broadcast Hidden text (answers to quiz games, for example) The normal screen A secondary page, by entering its 4-digit number The next page The previous page Double-size letters in the: Upper half of the screen Lower half of the screen Normal screen Press the... TTX/MIX ( REVEAL ( REVEAL ( SUB-PAGE ( PAGE UP ( ) ) / ) ) again ) )

PAGE DOWN ( SIZE ( Once Twice )

Three times

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Using FLOF to Select a Teletext Page


The various topics included in the teletext pages are colour-coded, and can be selected by pressing the coloured buttons on the remote control.

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Display the teletext contents page by pressing the TTX/MIX ( button.

Press the coloured button corresponding to the topic that you wish to select (The available topics are listed on the status information line). Result: The page is displayed with additional colour-coded information that can be selected in the same way. Press the: Red button. Green button. ) button to return to

To display the: Previous page Next page

When you have finished, press the CANCEL( the normal broadcast.

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Troubleshooting: Before Contacting Service Personnel


Before contacting Samsung after-sales service, perform the following simple checks. If you cannot solve the problem using the instructions below, note the model and serial number of your set and contact your local dealer.
No sound or picture Check that the mains lead has been connected to a wall socket. Check that you have pressed the POWER button on the lower-right part of the panel. Check the picture contrast and brightness settings. Check the volume. Check the volume. Check whether the MUTE control. button has been pressed on the remote

Normal picture but no sound

No picture or black and white picture Sound and picture interference

Adjust the colour settings. Check that the broadcast system selected is correct. Try to identify the electrical appliance that is affecting the set and move it further away. Plug your set into a different mains socket. Check the direction, location and connections of your aerial. This interference is often due to the use of an indoor aerial. Replace the remote control batteries. Clean the upper edge of the remote control (transmission window). Check the battery terminals. Check that the signal cable is firmly connected to the PC or video sources. Check that the PC or video sources are turned on. Check the maximum resolution and the frequency of the video adapter. Compare these values with the data in the Display Modes. Adjust the Brightness and Contrast. Adjust the Fine function. Adjust the Coarse function and then adjust the Fine function. The TV is using its power management system. Move the computers mouse or press any key on the keyboard. Check that the display resolution and frequency from your computer or video board is an available mode for your set. On your computer check: Control Panel, Display, Settings. If the setting is not correct, use your computer utility programme to change the display settings. Your set supports multiscan display functions within the following frequency domain:
26(LE26A41B) 32(LE32A41B)

Blurred or snowy picture, distorted sound Remote control malfunctions

Check signal cable! message is displayed. On PC mode, Not Supported Mode message is displayed. The image is too light or too dark. On PC mode, horizontal bars appear to flicker, jitter or shimmer on the image. On PC mode, vertical bars appear to flicker, jitter or shimmer on the image. On PC mode, screen is black and power indicator light blinks every 1 second. On PC mode, image is not stable and may appear to vibrate.

Horizontal frequency(kHz) Vertical frequency(Hz) Maximum refresh rate (at 60Hz)

30~68 56~85 1280x768

30~61 56~75 1360x768

On PC mode, image is not centered on the screen.

Adjust the horizontal and vertical position.

The TFT LCD panel uses a panel consisting of sub pixels (LE26A41B - 2,949,120/LE32A41B- 3,133,440) which require sophisticated technology to produce. However, there may be few bright or dark pixels on the screen. These pixels will have no impact on the performance of the product.

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Installing the Wall Mount Kit

Note: This installation is to be used when attaching the wall mount to a concrete wall. When attaching to other building materials, please contact your nearest dealer. Components (Sold separately)

M4 X L15

M4 X L20

Wall-Bracket

Set-Bracket

Screw: 8EA

Wood Screw: 4EA

Anchor: 4EA

Installation Guide

How to assemble the Wall Mount Bracket 1 Mark the location of hole on the wall. Make over 35mm-depth-hole on the marked location using drill. Fix anchors on each hole on the wall. Connect wall-bracket to the wall with wood screws after fitting anchors into the wall-bracket .
Note: If the bracket is not firmly fixed to the wall, LCD TV can fall off.

Turn the power off and unplug the power cord from the outlet. Place the TV faced down on a soft cloth or cushion on a table. Remove the four screws from the back of the TV. Separate the stand from the TV. Cover the bottom hole with a cap Attach the set-bracket onto the rear side of the TV set and secure the screws .

Insert three Hangers of the set-bracket into the grooves of the wall-bracket Fix set-bracket and wall-bracket with screws .

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Using the Anti-Theft Kensington Lock

The Kensington lock is a device used to physically fix the system when using it in a public place. The locking device has to be purchased separately. The appearance and locking method may differ from the illustration depending on the manufacturer. Please refer to the manual provided with the Kensington lock for proper use.

Cable Figure 2

Figure 1

<Optional>

1. Insert the locking device into the Kensington slot on the LCD TV (Figure 1), and turn it in the locking direction
(Figure 2).

2. Connect the Kensington lock cable. 3. Fix the Kensington lock to a desk or a heavy stationary object.

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Technical and Environmental Specifications

Model Name Panel Size Display Size Type Pixel Pitch Viewing Angle Frequency Horizontal Vertical Display Colour Resolution Maximum Input Signal Sync. Video Signal TV Colour System Sound System Video Colour System Video System SCART 1 Video Input/Output RGB Input Audio Input/Output SCART 2 Video Input/Output Audio Input/Output Power Supply Input Power Consumption Maximum Power Saving Dimension (W x D x H) Body With stand Weight With stand

LE26A41B 26 Diagonal 556.4 (H) x 339.84 (V) mm (21.91(H) x 13.38(V) inches) a-si TFT active matrix 0.4425 (H) x 0.4425 (V) mm (0.0174(H) x 0.0174(V) inches) 170/170 (H/V) 30 ~ 68 kHz 56 ~ 85 Hz 16,194,277 colours 1280 x 768 @ 60 Hz H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N. 0.7 Vp-p @ 75 ohm PAL/SECAM/NTSC 4.43 BG, DK, I, L PAL/NTSC/SECAM CVBS, S-VHS, RGB 1.0 Vp-p @ 75 ohm 0.7 Vp-p @ 75 ohm 500mVrms 1.0 Vp-p @ 75 ohm 500mVrms AC 100 ~ 240 V, 60/50 Hz 3Hz 130W < 5.0 W 827 x 112.5 x 504.5 mm (32.56 x 4.43 x 19.86 inches) 827 x 278 x 520 mm (32.56 x 10.94 x 20.47 inches) 18.0 kg (39.68 lbs)

LE32A41B 32 Diagonal 687.36 (H) x 412.42 (V) mm (27.06(H) x 16.24(V) inches) a-si TFT active matrix 0.537 (H) x 0.537 (V) mm (0.021(H) x 0.021(V) inches) 170/170 (H/V) 30 ~ 61 kHz 56 ~ 75 Hz 16,777,216 colours 1366 x 768 @ 60Hz H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N. 0.7 Vp-p @ 75 ohm PAL/SECAM/NTSC 4.43 BG, DK, I, L PAL/NTSC/SECAM CVBS, S-VHS, RGB 1.0 Vp-p @ 75 ohm 0.7 Vp-p @ 75 ohm 500mVrms 1.0 Vp-p @ 75 ohm 500mVrms AC 100 ~ 240 V, 60/50 Hz 3Hz 160 W < 5.0W 972 x 116 x 565 mm (38.27 x 4.57 x 22.24 inches) 972 x 317 x 577.5 mm (38.27 x 12.48 x 22.74 inches) 21.5 kg (47.40 lbs)

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Technical and Environmental Specifications

Model Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Storage Temperature Storage Humidity Audio Characteristics Audio Input Audio Input (PC) Headphone Output Frequency Response

LE26A41B

LE32A41B

10 C to 40 C (50 F to 104 F) 10% to 80%, non-condensing -25 C to 45 C (-13 F to 113 F) 5% to 95%, non-condensing

10 C to 40 C (50 F to 104 F) 10% to 80%, non-condensing -20 C to 45 C (-4 F to 113 F) 5% to 95%, non-condensing

RCA Jack (L, R), 0.5Vrms (-9dB) 3.5 Stereo Jack, 0.5Vrms (-9dB) Max. 10mW Output (3.5 Stereo Jack, 32) RF: 80Hz ~ 15kHz (at- 3dB) A/V: 80Hz ~ 20kHz (at- 3dB)

RCA Jack (L, R), 0.5Vrms (-9dB) 3.5 Stereo Jack, 0.5Vrms (-9dB) Max. 10mW Output (3.5 Stereo Jack, 32) RF: 80Hz ~ 15kHz (at- 3dB) A/V: 80Hz ~ 20kHz (at- 3dB)

Display Mode (PC)

Both screen position and size will vary depending on the type of PC monitor and its resolution. The table below shows all of the display modes that are supported: Mode MAC IBM VESA Resolution 640 x 480 832 x 624 640 x 480 720 x 400 640 x 480 640 x 480 800 x 600 800 x 600 800 x 600 1024 x 768 1024 x 768 1024 x 768 1360 x 768 1280 x 768 Horizontal Vertical Pixel Clock Sync Polarity Frequency (kHz) Frequency (Hz) Frequency (MHz) (H/V) 35.000 49.726 31.469 31.469 37.861 37.500 37.879 48.077 46.875 48.364 56.476 60.023 47.712 47.700 66.667 74.551 59.940 70.087 72.809 75.000 60.317 72.188 75.000 60.000 70.069 75.029 60.015 60.000 30.240 49.500 25.175 28.322 31.500 31.500 40.000 50.000 49.500 65.000 75.000 78.750 85.800 80.136 -/+ /+ -/-/+ -/-/+ /+ + /+ + /+ -/-/+ /+ + /+ -/+

GTF

The interlace mode is not supported. The set might operate abnormally if a non-standard video format is selected. DVI dose not support PC function. 1360 x 768 mode supported only in LE32A41B. 1280 x 768 mode supported only in LE26A41B.

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Pin Configurations

DVI - D Connector

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Description Rx 2Rx 2+ Grounding No connection No connection DDC Clock (SCL) DDC Data (SDA) Analog Vertical Sync Rx 1Rx 1+ Grounding No connection No connection DDC Input Power (+5V) Self-Raster

Pin 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Description Output Signal Connection Rx 0Rx 0+ Grounding No connection No connection Grounding Rx CRx C+

D - Sub Connector

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Separate H/V Red (R) Green (G) Blue (B) Grounding (DDC return) Grounding - Red (R) Grounding - Green (G) Grounding - Blue (B) No connection Grounding - Sync. / Self test Grounding DDC - SDA (Data) Horizontal Sync. Vertical Sync. DDC - SCL (Clock)

Composite H/V Red (R) Green (G) Blue (B) Grounding Grounding (DDC return) Grounding - Red (R) Grounding - Green (G) Grounding - Blue (B) No connection Grounding - Sync. / Self test Grounding DDC - SDA (Data) Horizontal/Vertical Sync. Not used DDC - SCL (Clock)

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Wiring the Mains Power Supply Plug (UK Only)

IMPORTANT NOTICE The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. The value of the fuse is indicated on the pin face of the plug and, if it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BSI1362 of the same rating must be used. Never use the plug with the fuse cover omitted if the cover is detachable. If a replacement fuse cover is required, it must be of the same colour as the pin face of the plug. Replacement covers are available from your dealer. If the fitted plug is not suitable for the power points in your house or the cable is not long enough to reach a power point, you should obtain a suitable safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer for assistance. However, if there is no alternative to cutting off the plug, remove the fuse and then safely dispose of the plug. DO NOT connect the plug to a mains socket as there is a risk of shock hazard from the bared flexible cord. IMPORTANT The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: BLUE - NEUTRAL BROWN - LIVE As these colours may not correspond to the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured BLUE or BLACK. The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured BROWN or RED. WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL, WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE LETTER E OR BY THE EARTH SYMBOL, OR COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN AND YELLOW.

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Setting Up Your Remote Control


After it has been set up properly, your remote control can operate in five different modes: TV, VCR, CABLE, DVD, Samsung Set-top box. Pressing the corresponding button on the remote control allows you to switch between these modes, and control whichever piece of equipment you choose. Note The remote control might not be compatible with all DVD Players, VCRs and Cable boxes. This remote control is only compatible with Samsung Set-top boxes. Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your VCR

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Turn off your VCR. Press the SELECT button and make sure that the VCR LED is illuminated. Press the SET button on your TVs remote control. Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three digits of the VCR code listed on page 63 of this manual for your brand of VCR. Make sure you enter three digits of the code, even if the first digit is a 0. (If more than one code is listed, try the first one.) Press the POWER button on the remote control. Your VCR should turn on if your remote is set up correctly. If your VCR does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4, but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of VCR. If no other codes are listed, try each VCR code, 000 through 086.

Note on Using Remote Control Modes: VCR When your remote control is in VCR mode, the volume buttons still control your TVs volume.

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Setting Up Your Remote Control


Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your Cable Box

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Turn off your cable box. Press the SELECT button and make sure that the CABLE LED is illuminated. Press the SET button on your TVs remote control. Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three digits of the cable box code listed on page 63 of this manual for your brand of cable box. Make sure you enter three digits of the code, even if the first digit is a 0. If there is more than one code listed, try the first one. Press the POWER button on the remote control. Your cable box should turn on if your remote is set up correctly. If your cable box does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4, but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of cable box. If no other codes are listed, try each code, 000 through 074.

Note on Using Remote Control Modes: Cable Box When your remote control is in CABLE mode, the volume buttons still control your TVs volume.

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Setting Up Your Remote Control


Setting Up the Remote to Operate Your DVD

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Turn off your DVD. Press the SELECT button and make sure that the DVD LED is illuminated. Press the SET button on your TVs remote control. Using the number buttons on your remote control, enter three digits of the DVD code listed on page 63 of this manual for your brand of DVD. Make sure you enter three digits of the code, even if the first digit is a 0. If there is more than one code listed, try the first one. Press the POWER button on the remote control. Your DVD should turn on if your remote is set up correctly. If your DVD does not turn on after set-up, repeat steps 2, 3 and 4, but try one of the other codes listed for your brand of DVD. If no other codes are listed, try each code, 000 through 009.

Note on Using Remote Control Modes: DVD When your remote control is in DVD mode, the volume buttons still control your TVs volume.

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Setting Up Your Remote Control


Remote Control Codes
VCR Codes
Brand Aiwa Curtis Mathes Funai GE Hitachi JC Renney Kenwood Magnavox Marantz NEC Panasonic Philco Philips Pioneer RCA Samsung Sanyo Sears Sharp Sony Sylvania Toshiba Code 024 009 016 017 023 024 055 062 073 076 024 009 016 017 041 062 014 024 044 045 011 014 016 017 023 025 039 044 060 062 011 023 025 039 055 017 038 062 065 011 017 023 025 038 039 055 070 011 023 025 039 055 070 073 017 062 084 086 017 038 062 065 017 014 025 042 059 009 014 016 017 037 044 046 063 078 000 011 021 011 014 018 021 027 028 044 052 057 015 036 048 054 026 035 047 017 024 038 062 065 014 022 028 057 058

Cable Box
Brand Hitachi Panasonic Phlips Pioneer RCA Samsung Zenith Code 045 051 054 011 035 047 069 015 016 027 029 034 036 037 040 041 048 049 026 028 052 008 035 074 000 022 050 065 069

DVD
Brand Curtis Mathes JVC LG Samsung Sony Panasonic ProScan, RCA Code 009 003 001 000 004 006 008

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- AFTER SALES SERVICE


- Do not hesitate to contact your retailer or service agent if a change in the performance of your product indicates that a faulty condition may be present.

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