Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 25

| 





 
|   !" ##$" |  

SERVICE TIP:
If the Vs input of the PDP is short circuited a simple test can be done:
Disconnect the set from the mains.
Disconnect ALL cables between PSU and PDP.
Connect a regulated DC power supply (current limited to 1 A) directly to the Vs input of the YSUS board of the PDP
(pin 9 of connector CN 33) and the chassis of the FTV.
Ramp-up the voltage slowly to maximal 5 V. If the current increases to 1 A, the PDP is defect.
The same can be done for the Vs input on the XSUS board: pin 10 of connector CN 23.

The Va inputs on the various boards can also be checked with the same procedure:
The tests must be done on the connectors
CN23: pin 1 (XSUS-board)
CN42: pin 1 (ABUSR-board)
CN52: pin 1 (ABUSL-board).

!% &%'(!& $)$( $)&#'*$#&(" 


&+)( ,((-'$"&
( $)#'*#  |  

Ò Short circuit On/Off switch, pin 1 and 2 connector 319.

Ò Connect VCEGO (p13) and VSAGO (p15) of CN307 to a +2,5V from the +3,3v STBY SW.

Ò For a regulated output voltage, connect test point VRS (pin 7) and VRA (pin 9) of CN307 to + 1V.
Connect to the two solder island near connector 307 (flex foil connector).

Ò Load +3,3V stby with 15 Ohm resistor (I must be 0,2A).

Ò Load Vs with Lamp on CN323 pin 10. (lamp220V/75W I =176mA (82,3V))

Ò Vs Min load between 0,1 to 0,5A, Max load = 0,5A

Ò Load VA with lamp on CN 323 pin 1. (lamp 220V/100W I = 200mA (53,6V))

Ò VA Min load between 0,1A to 0,5A Max load = 2A

Ò Load Vcc (5V) with resistor 8,2 Ohm, the Max load for VCC = 7A.

Ò Load 3V3 with resistor 3,3 Ohms or 1,5 Ohm

Ò Connect power supply to mains, by connector 308.


##|$!!$& |  .

|/
 |/!"|/0 |/0

(!
$)3

1+2 |1+2 VRA & VRS 1V

P7

'$)| --()|  $(!& |  2

|  4 &!"5*$)&#'*+4+ !"42 &5*$!|/




|  $!"(($!42 $!,#&
.

|  4 &&)( "$##-$' $!(!6++


|/$(!0+6+|/$#!"67762

|  4 $##-$' $!(!


|/8$#!"2722

|  4 $##-$' $!(!


|/82+

|  4 $##-$' $!(!6++


+

+
$,|/28+

|  $)3'(!$!(!|/
+9#&5 ( :.+2 ;
)( "!"5* $' & |  <

Minimum load for the +3,3V switched Stby supply


is about 0,2A or 16 ohm

42 5*$# 4+ 5*$# 


!"5*#'*&/$|$= |  0

Conditions for normal operating mode of the Stby supply;


Load is about 200mA on the 3,3V output Check V on
drain IC7500?
<100V

>100V
Fus.1400,
D6512, D6513, R3506
Pin 1 IC7500 = 5,8V ?

Check also
Check secondary part
the +25V Hot from Stby PS
Short circuit and
Reference is primary ground
Control loop

|  $!"(($! |  6

Drain T7610

Pin 11 Gate

Pin 13 oscil.
Preconditioner output
Fuse 9004 = 395V

P5
|  $!"(($! |  

In normal working conditions Output of D6600 =255V


output of preconditioner = 395V on
fuse 1004 V start-up pin 16 IC7650 = 395V

Check on IC7650
‡Pin 12 Vcc = 14,5V

Tip, it is also possible to check ‡Pin 1 Vref = 5V


the preconditioner without load ‡Pin 13 Oscilator
by removing fuse 1004

Pin 11 Gate

Check +25V Hot


Voltage feedback pin 3 VFB =5V
preconditioner output = 24,5V
Current sense pin 6 CS P5
#|$!"(($!&|#'* |  


Standby supply is switched on and is in continous mode, 3,3V and 5V standby are OK ( 9

VCEGO and VSAGO are connected to 2,5V Check Load on standby supply
( 9

T7352 conducts, T7348 is blocked Check latch, Thy6348 must be blocked,

 If not check protection part P3


T7391 is blocked, T73993 is blocked

( 9
Supply_on line = H and T7460, T7465 and T7470 conducts


Relay 1450 & 1460 is closed

( 92
P5
395V Preconditioner is OK

( 9<
25V_Hot Standby Supply is OK
P6
SW25V_Hot from preconditioner is OK
Check +16V provided by Ic7093
Oscillator and OA/OB Ic7001
Ic7093 provide current to pin 15 control IC7001 LLC supply
|   &#'*:|; |  

LLC control IC Bias supply IC7093 (9* $#!"

+Vs switched
4 on pin 10 CN323
&804
 &
Pin 3 and 6 T5002 = around 80 «85V
or C2011/C2017
P6
|  |#'*|$!$'|0
|  


Start up conditions +25v HOT from stby


supply and SW25V Hot from
preconditionner are OK?

|  |-$' &|0
(!
‡15 Vcc = 16,5V
‡5 Vref = 5,1V
‡10 Fault input = 0V

P6

|  5*$&(''$&$|0
(!
If LLC control part does´n start up
1 Oscil, drive output 14 OA, 12 OB check with external DC power
supply, see next page
|  ||$!$'+( %!'|$)#'* |  


Connect a external DC power supply


The + to the output of IC7093 (metal part), - to primary ground on cooling plate LLC
Oscilloscope is connected to oscillator pin 1

Adjust the current output of the external DC power supply to 100mA max
Adjust the output voltage to 16V

Control Ic is starting up at 16V, current = 70mA


Check oscillator, One shot timer
OA and OB
Grid Ts7005, Ts7006
P6
See voltages and oscillogrammes next page
|#'*|$!$' |  
.

One shot

oscil 4,3V
17V

2,7V OA

|0

Ref 5,1V |.<0 OB

1,8V 4,9V

4,9V 0,6V

P6 4,9V
)( >?#!(&  |(#( |  
2

Start Up Sequence
Switch Off Sequence

LLC has started LLC is switched off


Or +5V standby is switched off
Pulses are aligned and rectified by D6054 & D6055 Or Power OK line drops

VS drops & Power OK Line will drop


Power OK line is H T7058 conducts

VSA_Control Line will be High


VSA_Control is Low

T7058 will block


T7059 & T7052 are blocked
T7059 conducts
T7050 blocks
T7050 conducts

P7 T7052 conducts andVS is directly discharged,


Vs is switched while VA is discharged if VS is lower than VA
|$!"(($!& #'* |  
<

LLC supply has started up and Vs unsw. 77V«95V from LLC is OK

( 9
VSAGO is connconnected to +2,5V

 T7376 and T7375 conducts


Vs_unsw = OK, T7375
coducts
( 90
VSA_control line is Low, T7134 is blocked

Start up current is provided by Check also T7058


T7110, T711 and from Drain
Ic7112 to pin 1 VCC Power OK line will be
H but with some delay

P7 Start up VA
|   #'* |  
0

VA Control Ic7112

Drain T7117 VA DC output pin 1 CN323


+VA on pin 1 CN323
84 
= around 50«..55V.

CN323 P7
||#'*#|$!"(($!& |  
6

LLC is OK

( 9
CN307 pin 13 VCEGO=2,5V 

Ts7352 conducts, Ts7351 is blocked

( 90
VCC_Go and +18V LLC are on H level
P7

T7200 conducts and provide start up curent

Start up current is provided by Drain Ic7212


||## $'  |  


|  4 ||82+

$(!|/

Grid T7217 Drain 7217

|/

P7

Control IC7712
 #|$!"(($!& |  

Diagram P6
+18V from LLC supply is OK

Diagram P7 IC7260 VCC pin 7 & 8 = 17V

3V3 OVP is Low, Thy6260 is blocked

Check 3,3V OVP


T7389 & IC7330C
Check Oscillator pin 1

P7
+ #'* |  

Oscillator Pin1 Pin 17 SS Output Pin2/3 Pin 9 Boot 3V3 output

P7
 $)#'*(( %!'|$)#'* |  

Check if there is no short circuit on the output.

Connect an external DC power supply on C2261 and adjust


the output to 19V, limit the current to 700mA max.

Check the output voltage 3,3V ?

Oscillator pin 1
Vcc = 19V
Pin 16 = 5,1V.
Pin 17 SS = 18V
Pin 11 = 0,7V
P7
Pin 12 = 3,2V (if power supply is OK)
'( !9! &!" ,$)#'*( |  

VA adjust R3127

VS and VA test connector


VS adjust
,( 4 &!"4 9#&5
"@#&"
""(($!'!,$ $$)#'*'( !9! |  .

Please keep in mind that in case of the following combinations between PSU's and PDP's no or
almost no alignments are needed of the Vs and Va:
Ò PDP with only the Vs feedback loop (-52 in type number of PDP) in combination with the .3 PSU: Keep the
SW feedback loop OFF and align both the Vs and Va as described in the Service manual.

Ò PDP with only the Vs feedback loop (-52 in type number of PDP) in combination with the .3 PSU with
precision resistors: The SW feedback loop can be switched on and then the Va has to checked and aligned
with an accuracy of +/- 1,5V and the potentio meter of the Vs should be positioned in the middle. No further
alignments needed.

Ò PDP with only the Vs feedback loop (-52 in type number of PDP) in combination with the .4 PSU: Switch on
the SW feedback loop and no further alignments are needed.

Ò PDP with the Vs & Va feedback loop (a "B" in the type number of PDP) in combination with the .3 PSU: Keep
the SW feedback loop OFF and align both the Vs and Va as described in the Service manual.

Ò PDP with the Vs & Va feedback loop (a "B" in the type number of PDP) in combination with the .3 PSU with
precision resistors: Switch on the SW feedback loop and no further alignments are needed.

Ò PDP with the Vs & Va feedback loop (a "B" in the type number of PDP) in combination with the .4 PSU:
Switch on the SW feedback loop and no further alignments are needed.

The SW feedback loop can be found in the SAM menu.


|  2

!"$, (9 $"


&!($!

For your reactions, questions or comments contact


valere.deseranno@philips.com