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ORDER NO.MTNC090207CE B34 Canada: B07

ORDER NO.MTNC090207CE B34 Canada: B07 50 inch Class 1080p Plasma HDTV Model No. TC-P50S1 GPF12DU Chassis
ORDER NO.MTNC090207CE B34 Canada: B07 50 inch Class 1080p Plasma HDTV Model No. TC-P50S1 GPF12DU Chassis

50 inch Class 1080p Plasma HDTV

Model No. TC-P50S1

GPF12DU Chassis

Class 1080p Plasma HDTV Model No. TC-P50S1 GPF12DU Chassis © Panasonic Corporation 2009. Unauthorized copying and
Class 1080p Plasma HDTV Model No. TC-P50S1 GPF12DU Chassis © Panasonic Corporation 2009. Unauthorized copying and
Class 1080p Plasma HDTV Model No. TC-P50S1 GPF12DU Chassis © Panasonic Corporation 2009. Unauthorized copying and

© Panasonic Corporation 2009. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

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Safety Precautions

1.1. General Guidelines

1. When conducting repairs and servicing, do not attempt to modify the equipment, its parts or its materials.

2. When wiring units (with cables, flexible cables or lead wires) are supplied as repair parts and only one wire or some of the wires have been broken or disconnected, do not attempt to repair or re-wire the units. Replace the entire wiring unit instead.

3. When conducting repairs and servicing, do not twist the Faston connectors but plug them straight in or unplug them straight out.

4. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit.

5. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly installed.

6. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check

1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.

2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metal- lic cabinet part on the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metal- lic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 1Mohm and 5.2Mohm. When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be .

have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be . 2 1.1.2. Leakage Current

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1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure 1.)

1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.

2. Connect a 1.5kohm, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15 μ F capacitors, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1.

3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensi- tivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.

4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the volt- age at each point.

5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements.

6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. In case a measure- ment is outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.

of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned

Figure 1

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Warning

2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices

Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-

trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor [chip] components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).

1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.

2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alumi- num foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.

3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.

4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as [anti-static (ESD protected)] can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.

5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals.

6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara- ble conductive material).

7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. Caution Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.

8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise ham less motion such as the brush- ing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient to damage an ES device).

These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.

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2.2.

About lead free solder (PbF)

Note: Lead is listed as (Pb) in the periodic table of elements. In the information below, Pb will refer to Lead solder, and PbF will refer to Lead Free Solder. The Lead Free Solder used in our manufacturing process and discussed below is (Sn+Ag+Cu). That is Tin (Sn), Silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu) although other types are available.

This model uses Pb Free solder in itís manufacture due to environmental conservation issues. For service and repair work, weíd suggest the use of Pb free solder as well, although Pb solder may be used.

PCBs manufactured using lead free solder will have the PbF within a leaf Symbol PbF stamped on the back of PCB. Caution

ï Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder. Typically the melting point is 50 ~ 70 ° F (30~40 ° C) higher. Please use a high temperature soldering iron and set it to 700 ± 20 ° F (370 ± 10 ° C).

ï Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100 ° F or 600 ° C). If you must use Pb solder, please completely remove all of the Pb free solder on the pins or solder area before applying Pb sol- der. If this is not practical, be sure to heat the Pb free solder until it melts, before applying Pb solder.

ï After applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess solder which may flow onto the opposite side. (see figure below)

which may flow onto the opposite side. (see figure below) Suggested Pb free solder There are

Suggested Pb free solder There are several kinds of Pb free solder available for purchase. This product uses Sn+Ag+Cu (tin, silver, copper) solder. How- ever, Sn+Cu (tin, copper), Sn+Zn+Bi (tin, zinc, bismuth) solder can also be used.

(tin, silver, copper) solder. How- ever, Sn+Cu (tin, copper), Sn+Zn+Bi (tin, zinc, bismuth) solder can also

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Service Navigation

3.1. Service Hint

3 Service Navigation 3.1. Service Hint Board Name Function Board Name Function P Power Supply C1
3 Service Navigation 3.1. Service Hint Board Name Function Board Name Function P Power Supply C1

Board Name

Function

Board Name

Function

P

Power Supply

C1

Data Driver (Lower Right)

C2

Data Driver (Lower Center)

A

DC-DC Converter, Tuner Speaker out, AV Terminal, AV Switch Digital Signal Processor, SYSTEM MPU, HDMI Switch

C3

Data Driver (Lower Left)

SC

Scan Drive

SS

Sustain Drive

 

SS2

Sustain out (Lower)

Seine 3LV Format Converter, Plasma AI, Sub-Field Processor

SU

Scan out (Upper) None serviceable. SU-Board should be exchanged for service.

K

Remote receiver, Power LED, C.A.T.S sensor

SD

Scan out (Lower) None serviceable. SD-Board should be exchanged for service.

S

Power Switch

GK

Key Switch

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3.2.

Applicable signals

* Mark: Applicable input signal for Component (Y, PB, PR) and HDMI

 

horizontal frequency (kHz)

vertical frequency (Hz)

COMPONENT

HDMI

525

(480) / 60i

15.73

59.94

 

* *

525

(480) /60p

31.47

59.94

* *

 

750

(720) /60p

45.00

59.94

* *

 

1,125 (1,080) /60i

33.75

59.94

 

* *

1,125 (1,080)/60p

67.43

59.94

 

*

1,125 (1,080)/60p

67.50

60.00

 

*

1,125(1,080)/24p

26.97

23.98

 

*

1,125(1,080)/24p

27.00

24.00

 

*

Note

ï Signals other than those shown above may not be displayed properly.

ï The above signals are reformatted for optimal viewing on your display.

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Specifications

Power Source

AC 120 V, 60 Hz

Power Consumption Maximum

584 W

Standby condition

0.3 W

Plasma Display panel Drive method

AC type

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Visible screen size (W × H × Diagonal) (No. of pixels)

50 inch class (49.9 inches measured diagonally) 43.5 inch × 24.4 inch × 49.9 inch (1,105 mm × 622 mm × 1,268 mm) 2,073,600 (1,920 (W) × 1,080 (H))[5,760 × 1,080 dots]

Sound

Audio Output Channel Capability (Digital/Analog) Operating Conditions

20 W [ 10 W + 10 W ] ( 10 % THD ) VHF/ UHF: 2 - 69, CATV: 1 - 135

 

Temperature:

32 ° F - 104 ° F (0 °C - 40 ° C)

Humidity:

20 % - 80 % RH (non-condensing)

Connection Terminals VIDEO IN 1

VIDEO:

RCA PIN Type × 1 1.0 V [p-p] (75 Ω )

S-VIDEO:

Mini DIN 4-pin Y: 1.0 V [p-p] (75 Ω ) C: 0.286 V [p-p] (75 Ω )

AUDIO L-R:

RCA PIN Type × 2 0.5 V [rms]

VIDEO IN 2

VIDEO:

RCA PIN Type × 1 1.0 V [p-p] (75 Ω )

AUDIO L-R:

RCA PIN Type × 2 0.5 V [rms]

COMPONENT INPUT 1-2

Y:

1.0 V [p-p] (including synchronization)

PB, PR:

±0.35 V [p-p]

AUDIO L-R:

RCA PIN Type × 2 0.5 V [rms]

HDMI 1-3

Card slot DIGITAL AUDIO OUT FEATURES

Dimensions (W × H × D) Including pedestal TV Set only

Mass

Including pedestal TV Set only

Note

TYPE A Connector × 3 This TV supports [HDAVI Control 4] function.

SD CARD slot × 1 PCM / Dolby Digital, Fiber Optic 3D Y/C FILTER CLOSED CAPTION Photo Viewer

V-Chip HDAVI Control 4

48.0 inch × 32.4 inch × 15.3 inch (1,218 mm × 822 mm × 387 mm) 48.0inch × 30.3 inch × 3.8 inch (4.2 inch) (1,218 mm × 769 mm × 94 mm (105mm))

75.0 lb. (34.0 kg) 72.8 lb. (33.0 kg)

ï Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and Dimensions shown are approximate.

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Service Mode

5.1. How to enter into Service Mode

While pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button of the main unit, press [INFO] button of the remote control three times within 2 seconds.

button of the remote control three times within 2 seconds. 5.1.1. Key command [1] button Main

5.1.1. Key command

[1] button

Main

items Selection in forward direction

[2] button

Main

items Selection in reverse direction

[3] button

Sub

items Selection in forward direction

[4] button

Sub

items Selection in reverse direction

[VOL] button

Value

of sub items change in forward direction ( + ), in reverse direction ( - )

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5.1.2.

Contents of adjustment mode

ï Value is shown as a hexadecimal number.

ï Preset value differs depending on models.

ï After entering the adjustment mode, take note of the value in each item before starting adjustment.

Main item

Sub item

Sample Data

Remark

ADJUST

CONTRAST

46

 

COLOR

00

TINT

00

SUB-BRT

000

WB-ADJ

R-CUT

80

 

G-CUT

80

B-CUT

80

R-DRV

FC

G-DRV

FF

B-DRV

E8

ALL-CUT

80

ALL-DRV

FC

OPTION

BOOT

ROM

Factory Preset

STBY-SET

- -

EMERGENCY

ON

CLK MODE

00

CLOCK

000

AGING

RGBW

   

VERTICAL LINE

 

COUNT

 

ALL WHITE

 

ALL RED

 

ALL GREEN

 

ALL BLUE

 

ON/OFF

 

RAMP WHITE

 

RAMP RED

 

RAMP GREEN

 

RAMP BLUE

 

1% WINDOW

 

COLOR BAR

 

A-ZONE B-ZONE/4 TRIO

 

SCROLL

 

WHITE FLAME

 

LOW SETUP RED

 

LOW SETUP GREEN

 

LOW SETUP BLUE

 

RM-SET

CODE

A

Fixed

SRV-TOOL

-

 

See next

5.1.3. How to exit

Switch off the power with the [POWER] button on the main unit or the [POWER] button on the remote control.

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5.2.

Service tool mode

5.2.1. How to access

1. Select [SRV-TOOL] in Service Mode.

2. Press [OK] button on the remote control.

in Service Mode. 2. Press [OK] button on the remote control. 5.2.2. Display of SOS History

5.2.2. Display of SOS History

SOS History (Number of LED blinking) indication. From left side; Last SOS, before Last, three occurrence before, 2nd occurrence after shipment, 1st occurrence after shipment. This indication except 2nd and 1st occurrence after shipment will be cleared by [Self-check indication and forced to factory ship- ment setting].

5.2.3. POWER ON TIME/COUNT

Note : To display TIME/COUNT menu, highlight position, then press MUTE for (3sec). Time : Cumulative power on time, indicated hour : minute by decimal Count : Number of ON times by decimal Note : This indication will not be cleared by either of the self-checks or any other command.

5.2.4. Exit

1. Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet.

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5.3.

Hotel mode

1. Purpose Restrict a function for hotels.

2. Access command to the Hotel mode setup menu In order to display the Hotel mode setup menu, please enter the following command (within 2 second).

[TV] : Vol. [Down] + [REMOTE] : INPUT (3 times)

Then, the Hotel mode setup menu is displayed.

(3 times) Then, the Hotel mode se tup menu is displayed. 3. To exit the Hotel

3. To exit the Hotel mode setup menu Disconnect AC power cord from wall outlet.

4. Explain the Hotel mode setup menu

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item

 

Function

Mode

Select hotel mode ON/OFF

Input

Select input signal modes. Set the input, when each time power is switched on. Selection:

-/ANTENNA/COMP1/COMP2/HDMI1/

HDMI2/HDMI3/VIDEO1/VIDEO2

Off: give priority to a last memory.

Channel

Select channel when input signal is RF. Set the channel, each time power is switched on. Selection:

Any channel number or [-]. [-] means the channel when turns off.

Volume

Adjust the volume when each time power is switched on. Range:

0

to 100

Vol. Max

Adjust maximum volume. Range:

0

to 100

OSD Ctrl

Restrict the OSD. Selection:

OFF/PATTERN1

ï OFF: No restriction

ï PATTERN1: restriction

FP Ctrl

Select front key conditions. Selection:

Off/All/Pattern1

ï Off: altogether valid.

ï All: altogether invalid.

ï Pattern: only input key is valid.

Pow Ctrl

Select POWER-ON/OFF condition when AC power cord is disconnected and then con- nected. OFF: The same condition when AC power cord is disconnected. ON: Forced power ON condition.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Use the self-check function to test the unit.

1. Checking the IIC bus lines

2. Power LED Blinking timing

6.1. Check of the IIC bus lines

6.1.1. How to access

Self-check indication only:

Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] for more than 3 seconds. Self-check indication and forced to factory shipment setting:

Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] trol for more than 3 seconds.

6.1.2. Exit

Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet.

6.1.3. Screen display

button on the main unit, press [OK] button on the remote control

button on the main unit, press [MENU] button on the remote con-

on the main uni t, press [MENU] button on the remote con - 6.1.4. Check Point

6.1.4. Check Point

Confirm the following parts if NG was displayed.

main uni t, press [MENU] button on the remote con - 6.1.4. Check Point Confirm the

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6.2.

Power LED Blinking timing chart

1. Subject Information of LED Flashing timing chart.

2. Contents When an abnormality has occurred the unit, the protection circuit operates and reset to the stand by mode. At this time, the defective block can be identified by the number of blinks of the Power LED on the front panel of the unit.

time, the defective block can be identif ied by the number of blinks of the Po

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6.3.

No Power

First check point

There are following 2 states of No Power indication by power LED.

1. No lit

2. Red is lit then turns red blinking a few seconds later. (See 6.2.)

of No Power indication by power LED. 1. No lit 2. Red is lit then turns

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6.4.

No Picture

6.4. No Picture 15

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6.5.

Local screen failure

Plasma display may have local area failure on the screen. Fig-1 is the possible defect P.C.B. for each local area.

display may have local area failure on the screen. Fig-1 is the possible defect P.C.B. for

Fig-1

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Disassembly and Assembly Instructions

7.1. Remove the Rear cover

1. See Service Hint (Section 3)

7.2. Remove the Fan

1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.

2. Remove the screws ( × 3

3. Remove the relay connectors and remove the Fan unit.

3 3. Remove the relay connectors and remove the Fan unit. ). 4. Remove the screw

).

3 3. Remove the relay connectors and remove the Fan unit. ). 4. Remove the screw

4. Remove the screw ( × 1

5. Remove the Fan.

Fan unit. ). 4. Remove the screw ( × 1 5. Remove the Fan. ) on

) on the back side.

the screw ( × 1 5. Remove the Fan. ) on the back side. 7.3. Remove

7.3. Remove the P-Board

Caution:

To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis- charge from electrolysis capacitors.

1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable

2. Disconnect the connectors (P2, P6, P7, P9, P11, P25 and

P35).

3. Remove the screws (× 9

P6, P7, P9, P11, P25 and P35). 3. Remove the screws ( × 9 ) and

) and remove the P-Board.

P35). 3. Remove the screws ( × 9 ) and remove the P-Board. 7.4. Remove the

7.4. Remove the Side terminal cover and Rear terminal cover

1. Remove the claw ( × 1

2. Remove the Side terminal cover.

the Side terminal cover and Rear terminal cover 1. Remove the claw ( × 1 2.

).

the Side terminal cover and Rear terminal cover 1. Remove the claw ( × 1 2.

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3. Remove the Adjustment cover.

4. Remove the screws ( × 4

5. Remove the Rear terminal cover.

, × 3 × 3

screws ( × 4 5. Remove the Rear terminal cover. , × 3 , × 1

, × 1

× 4 5. Remove the Rear terminal cover. , × 3 , × 1 ). 7.5.

).

4 5. Remove the Rear terminal cover. , × 3 , × 1 ). 7.5. Remove

7.5. Remove the Tuner unit

1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable. 2. Disconnect the connectors (A1, A6 A11, A12, A25 and

A30).

3. Disconnect the flexible cables (A31, A32 and A33).

A30). 3. Disconnect the flexible cables (A31, A32 and A33). 4. Remove the screws ( ×

4. Remove the screws ( × 2 ) and remove the Tuner unit.

4. Remove the screws ( × 2 ) and remove the Tuner unit. 7.6. Remove the

7.6. Remove the A-Board

1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 7.5.)

2. Remove the screws ( × 4

Tuner unit. (See section 7.5.) 2. Remove the screws ( × 4 ) and remove the

) and remove the A-Board.

2. Remove the screws ( × 4 ) and remove the A-Board. 7.7. Remove the Speakers

7.7. Remove the Speakers

1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.

2. Disconnect the relay connector.

3. Remove the screws ( × 2

4. Disconnect the connector (A12). (See section 7.5.)

5. Remove the screws ( × 2

) and remove the Speaker R.× 2 4. Disconnect the connector (A12). (See section 7.5.) 5. Remove the screws ( ×

(A12). (See section 7.5.) 5. Remove the screws ( × 2 ) and remove the Speaker

) and remove the Speaker L.

(A12). (See section 7.5.) 5. Remove the screws ( × 2 ) and remove the Speaker

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7.8. Remove the Control button unit

1. Disconnect the connector (C24).

the Control button unit 1. Disconnect the connector (C24). 2. Remove the screws ( × 2

2. Remove the screws ( × 2

3. Remove the Control button unit.

).the screws ( × 2 3. Remove the Control button unit. 7.9. Remove the GK-Board 1.

the screws ( × 2 3. Remove the Control button unit. ). 7.9. Remove the GK-Board

7.9. Remove the GK-Board

1. Remove the Control button unit. (See Section 7.8.)

2. Remove the screws ( × 2

3. Remove the GK-Board MTG. metal.

).the screws ( × 2 3. Remove the GK-Board MTG. metal. 4. Remove the claw (

the screws ( × 2 3. Remove the GK-Board MTG. metal. ). 4. Remove the claw

4. Remove the claw ( × 3

5. Disconnect the connector (GK1).

6. Remove the GK-Board from Control button.

connector (GK1). 6. Remove the GK-Board from Control button. ). 7.10. Remove the SU-Board 1. Remove

).

(GK1). 6. Remove the GK-Board from Control button. ). 7.10. Remove the SU-Board 1. Remove the

7.10. Remove the SU-Board

1. Remove the flexible cables (SU1B, SU2B, SU3B, SU4B and SU5B) connected to the SU-Board.

2. Remove the flexible cable (SU11-SD11) and the bridge connector (SC41-SU41).

3. Remove the molding prop ( × 1 ).

) and remove the SU-

4. Remove the screws ( × 2 Board.

, × 2
, × 2
remove the SU- 4. Remove the screws ( × 2 Board. , × 2 7.11. Remove

7.11. Remove the SD-Board

1. Remove the flexible cables (SD1B, SD2B, SD3B, SD4B and SD5B) connected to the SD-Board.

2. Remove the flexible cable (SU11-SD11) and the bridge connectors (SC42-SD42 and SC46-SD46).

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3. Remove the molding prop ( × 1

4. Remove the screws ( × 2 Board.

). , × 2
).
, × 2

) and remove the SD-

the screws ( × 2 Board. ). , × 2 ) and remove the SD- 7.12.

7.12. Remove the SC-Board

1. Remove the SU-Board and SD-Board. (See section 7.10. and 7.11.)

2. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.

3. Disconnect the connector (SC2).

4. Disconnect the flexible cable (SC20).

5. Remove the screws ( × 8

) and remove the SC-Board.the flexible cable (SC20). 5. Remove the screws ( × 8 20 7.13. Remove the SS2-Board

5. Remove the screws ( × 8 ) and remove the SC-Board. 20 7.13. Remove the

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7.13. Remove the SS2-Board

1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 7.5.)

2. Disconnect the bridge connector (SS21-SS24) and dis- connect the flexible cable (SS58).

(SS21-SS24) and dis- connect the flexible cable (SS58). 3. Remove the screws ( × 2 )

3. Remove the screws ( × 2 ) and remove the SS2-Board.

3. Remove the screws ( × 2 ) and remove the SS2-Board. 7.14. Remove the SS-Board

7.14. Remove the SS-Board

1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 7.5.)

2. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.

3. Disconnect the connectors (SS11 and SS23).

4. Disconnect the flexible cables (SS53, SS55 and SS56).

5. Disconnect the bridge connector (SS21-SS24).

6. Remove the screws ( × 7

) and remove the SS-Board.the flexible cables (SS53, SS55 and SS56). 5. Disconnect the bridge connector (SS21-SS24). 6. Remove the

SS55 and SS56). 5. Disconnect the bridge connector (SS21-SS24). 6. Remove the screws ( × 7

7.15. Remove the Hanger metals and the Stand brackets

1. Remove the Plasma panel section from the servicing stand and lay on a flat surface such as a table (covered by a soft cloth) with the Plasma panel surface facing downward. 2. Remove the Hanger metals (L, R) fastening screws ( × 4

each) and remove the Hanger metals (L, R).2. Remove the Hanger metals (L, R) fastening screws ( × 4 3. Remove the Stand

screws ( × 4 each) and remove the Hanger metals (L, R). 3. Remove the Stand

3. Remove the Stand brackets (L, R) fastening screws ( × 4

each) and remove the Stand bracket metals (L, R) and the Stand brackets (L, R). and the Stand brackets (L, R).

Stand bracket metals (L, R) and the Stand brackets (L, R). 21 7.16. Remove the C1-Board

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7.16. Remove the C1-Board

1. Remove the Control button unit. (See section 7.8.)

2. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws (× 8

Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws ( × 8 ). 3. Disconnect the flexible cabl

).

3. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB1, CB2, CB3 and CB4).

4. Disconnect the flexible cable (C10).

CB2, CB3 and CB4). 4. Disconnect the flexible cable (C10). 5. Remove the screws ( ×

5. Remove the screws (× 4 ) and remove the C1-Board.

5. Remove the screws ( × 4 ) and remove the C1-Board. 7.17. Remove the C2-Board

7.17. Remove the C2-Board

1. Remove the Hanger metal R and the Stand bracket R. (See section 7.15.)

2. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws (× 8

).Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws ( × 8 3. Disconnect the flexible cabl es

3. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB5, CB6, CB7 and CB8).

4. Disconnect the flexible cables (C20, C21 and C26).

5. Disconnect the connector (C24).

(C20, C21 and C26). 5. Disconnect the connector (C24). 6. Remove the screws ( × 4

6. Remove the screws (× 4 ) and remove the C2-Board.

6. Remove the screws ( × 4 ) and remove the C2-Board. 7.18. Remove the C3-Board

7.18. Remove the C3-Board

1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 7.5.)

2. Remove the Hanger metal L and the Stand bracket L. (See section 7.15.)

3. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws ( × 14

Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws ( × 14 ). 4. Disconnect the flexible cables

).

4. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB9, CB10, CB11, CB12, CB13, CB14 and CB15).

5. Disconnect the flexible cables (C31 and C36).

6. Disconnect the connectors (C33 and C35).

cables (C31 and C36). 6. Disconnect the connectors (C33 and C35). 7. Remove the screws (

7. Remove the screws (× 5 ) and remove the C3-Board.

cables (C31 and C36). 6. Disconnect the connectors (C33 and C35). 7. Remove the screws (

7.19. Remove the Plasma panel sec- tion from the Cabinet assy (glass)

1. Remove the cabinet assy and the plasma panel fastening

screws ( × 2

cabinet assy and the plasma panel fastening screws ( × 2 ). 2. For leaving the

).

assy and the plasma panel fastening screws ( × 2 ). 2. For leaving the plasma

2. For leaving the plasma panel from the front frame, pull the bottom of the cabinet assy forward, lift, and remove.

the bottom of the cabinet assy forward, lift, and remove. 22 3. Remove the Rear cover

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3. Remove the Rear cover hooks (L, R).

lift, and remove. 22 3. Remove the Rear cover hooks (L, R). 7.20. Remove the S-Board

7.20. Remove the S-Board

1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 7.19.)

2. Remove the S-Board shield case.

assy. (See section 7.19.) 2. Remove the S-Board shield case. 3. Remove the screws ( ×

3. Remove the screws ( × 2 unit.

assy. (See section 7.19.) 2. Remove the S-Board shield case. 3. Remove the screws ( ×

) and remove the S-Board

assy. (See section 7.19.) 2. Remove the S-Board shield case. 3. Remove the screws ( ×

4. Disconnect the connector (S2).

5. Remove the Power button.

6. Remove the screw ( × 1

5. Remove the Power button. 6. Remove the screw ( × 1 ) and remove the

) and remove the S-Board.

6. Remove the screw ( × 1 ) and remove the S-Board. 7.21. Remove the K-Board

7.21. Remove the K-Board

1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 7.19.)

2. Remove the S-Board. (See section 7.20.)

3. Remove the screws ( × 7

4. Remove the Glass holder bottom rear.

5. Remove the screws ( × 4

6. Remove the Glass holder side (L, R).

the screws ( × 4 6. Remove the Glass holder side (L, R). ). ). 7.

).

).screws ( × 4 6. Remove the Glass holder side (L, R). ). 7. Remove the

7. Remove the screws ( × 9 ).

8. Remove the Glass holder top rear and the Glass holder top front.

9. Remove the Glass holder bottom front.

holder top front. 9. Remove the Glass holder bottom front. 23 10. Remove the screw (
holder top front. 9. Remove the Glass holder bottom front. 23 10. Remove the screw (

23

10. Remove the screw ( × 1 ).

holder bottom front. 23 10. Remove the screw ( × 1 ). 11. Remove the claw

11. Remove the claw ( × 1 ).

12. Disconnect the connector (K1) and Remove the K-Board from LED Panel.

the connector (K1) and Remove the K-Board from LED Panel. 7.22. Replace the plasma panel 1.

7.22. Replace the plasma panel

1. Place the new plasma panel on the flat surface of the table (covered by a soft cloth), with the plasma panel sur- face facing downward.

2. Attach the C1-Board, C2-Board and the C3-Board, con- nect the flexible cables (× 15) from the plasma panel to the C1-Board, C2-Board and the C3-Board, and fit the flexi- ble cable holders.

3. Attach the Hooks (left, right) and fit the Stand brackets (L, R) to the new plasma panel.

4. Place the plasma panel section on the servicing stand.

5. Attach the cabinet assy and each P.C.Board and so on, to the new plasma panel. *When fitting the cabinet assy, be careful not to allow any debris, dust or handling residue to remain between the front glass and plasma panel.

8

Measurements and Adjustments

8.1. Adjustment Procedure

8.1.1.

Driver Set-up

8.1.1.1.

Item / Preparation

1. Input a white signal to plasma video input.

2. Set the picture controls as follows. Picture menu: Vivid Normal: Set Aspect: Full

Caution

1. First perform Vsus adjustment.

2. The Vscn voltages are measured from the Vad (Vad_base), but may be measured from the GND (GND_base) in an unavoidable case.

8.1.1.2. Adjustments

Adjust driver section voltages referring the panel data on the panel data label. Check or adjust the following voltages with the multimeter.

Name

Test Point

Voltage

Volume

Remarks

Vsus

TPVSUS (SS)

Vsus ± 2V

VR251 (P)

*

Ve

TPVE (SS)

Ve ± 2.5V

Fixed

*

Vset

TPVSET (SC)

290V ± 9V

Fixed

 

Vad

TPVAD (SC)

- 185V ± 1V

VR16600 (SC)

 

Vscn

TPVSCN (SC)

Vad_base : 145V ± 4V GND_base : - 40V ± 6V

Fixed

 

Vda

TP9 (P)

60V + 1V, - 2V

Fixed

 

*See the Panel label.

GND_base : - 40V ± 6V Fixed   Vda TP9 (P) 60V + 1V, - 2V

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8.1.2.

Initialization Pulse Adjust

1. Input the White signal to plasma video input.

2. Set the picture controls as follows. Picture menu : Vivid Normal : Set Aspect : Full

3. Connect Oscilloscope to TPSC1 (SC). Check the voltage (T2) at 100 μ s period on the down slop.

 

Test point

Volume

Level

T2

TPSC1 (SC)

VR16601 (SC)

250 V ± 10 V

Level T2 TPSC1 (SC) VR16601 (SC) 250 V ± 10 V 8.1.3. P.C.B. (Printed Circuit Board)

8.1.3.

P.C.B. (Printed Circuit Board) exchange

8.1.3.1.

Caution

1. To remove P.C.B., wait 1 minute after power wa s off for discharge from electrolysis capacitors.

8.1.3.2. Quick adjustment after P.C.B. exchange

Adjust the following voltages with the multimeter.

 

P.C.B.

Name

Test Point

Voltage

Volume

Remarks

P

Board

Vsus

TPVSUS (SS)

Vsus ± 2V

VR251 (P)

*

SC Board

Vad

TPVAD (SC)

- 185V ± 2V

VR16600 (SC)

 

A

Board

White balance and Sub brightness for NTSC, PAL, HD, PC and 625i signals

 

*See the Panel label. Caution:

Absolutely do not reduce Vsus below Ve not to damage the P.C.B.

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8.1.4.

Adjustment Volume Location

8.1.4. Adjustment Volume Location 8.1.5. Test Point Location 26

8.1.5. Test Point Location

8.1.4. Adjustment Volume Location 8.1.5. Test Point Location 26

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8.2.

Adjustment

8.2.1. White balance adjustment

Name of measuring instrument

Connection

Remarks

ï W/B pattern

Component input or HDMI input or ATSC 1080i signal Panel surface

 

ï Color analyzer (Minolta CA-100 or equivalent)

Procedure

Remarks

ï Make sure the front panel to be used on the final set is fitted.

 

ï Make sure a color signal is not being shown before adjustment.

ï Put the color analyzer where there is little color variation.

 

1.

Set the Picture menu to [vivid] and output the W/B pattern.

Set the Picture menu to [vivid] and output the W/B pattern. 2. Check that the color

2.

Check that the color temperature is [Cool].

3.

Set to serviceman mode, WB-ADJ.

4.

Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.

5.

Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of highlight window.

6.

Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer become the [Color temperature High] in table 2.

7.

Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes FC. That is, set [ALL DRIVE] to FC. Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be FC, and either R/G/B DRV should be FC.

8.

Set color temperature to [Normal].

9.

Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.

10.

Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of highlight window.

11.

Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer become the [Color temperature Mid] in table 2.

12.

Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes FC. That is, set [ALL DRIVE] to FC. Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be FC, and either R/G/B DRV should be FC.

13.

Set color temperature to [Warm].

14.

Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.

15.

Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of highlight window.

16.

Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer become the [Color temperature Low] in table 2.

17.

Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes FC. That is, set [ALL DRIVE] to FC. Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be FC, and either R/G/B DRV should be FC.

18.

Set color temperature to [Cool].

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9

Block Diagram

9.1. Main Block Diagram

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

SD CARD DATA SD CARD SD CARD DATA SLOT DDR2 TMDS DATA HDMI1 TMDS DATA
SD CARD DATA
SD CARD
SD CARD DATA
SLOT
DDR2
TMDS DATA
HDMI1
TMDS DATA
HDMI DATA
HDMI2
HDMI SW
HDMI DATA
F15V
TMDS DATA
(SIDE)
HDMI3
FAN MAX
FAN POWER
FAN_A-B
FAN MAX
+9/7.2V
FAN SOS
IFD_OUT
(LED:11TIMES) (LED:11TIMES)
VSB_IN
Seine3LV
SBO2
FAN SOS DET
CIRCUIT
A30
FAN SOS
V
SBI2
TUNER
(LED:11TIMES) (LED:11TIMES)
SUB+9V DET
+9V(S)
L,R
SUB+5V DET
+5V(S)
SUB+3.3V DET
+3.3V(S)
R,G,B
VIDEO SW
R,G,B
SYSTEM MPU
SD
K
POWER LED
SDIN
F15V
V,Y,C
REMOTE RECEIVER
TUNER SOS
TUNER SOS DET
CIRCUIT
SUB9V
VIDEO1
L,R
TUNER SOS
C.A.T.S. SENSOR
SUB5V
(LED:10TIMES) (LED:10TIMES)
V
(LED:10TIMES) (LED:10TIMES)
BT30V
(SIDE)
VIDEO2
L,R
+3.3V(STB)
+3.3V(STB)
Y,PB,PR
SD0
POWER LED(R)
LED(R)
COMP1
L,R
REMOTE IN
A1
K1
REMOTE RECEIVER
OPTICAL OUT
C.A.T.S. SENSOR
C.A.T.S. SENSOR
Y,PB,PR
KEYSCAN3
COMP2
L,R
LVDS DATA
SOUND15V
RESET
RESET
SOUND SOS DET
CIRCUIT
SOUND SOS
SOUND SOS
L,R
SOUND
(LED:12TIMES) (LED:12TIMES)
(LED:12TIMES) (LED:12TIMES)
IIC1
EEPROM
POWER
AUDIO SW
A/D
PANEL STB_ON
SWITCH
PANEL STB_ON
DCDC
PAMEL SOS
F15V
SUB9V
PAMEL SOS
SUB9V
S2
ON
PANEL STATUS
SUB5V
BT30V
PANEL STATUS
BT30V
L
SUB9V
SPEAKER(L)
A12
SD
KEYSCAN1
DCDC
AUDIO
KEYSCAN1
STB3.3V
SUB5V
STB5V
STB3.3V
SUB5V
R
AMP
SUB3.3V
SUB3.3V
SPEAKER(R)
A11
S
POWER SWITCH
+5V(P)
+2.5V(P)
DCDC
DCDC
SUB1.8V
OPTICAL
OPTICAL AUDIO OUT
SUB1.8V
+2.5V(P)
AUDIO
SUB1.3V
SUB1.3V
OUT
+15V(P)
+3.3V(P)
DCDC
+3.3V(P)
CONTROL
SIGNAL
+1.8V(P)
DCDC
SU
SCAN OUT (UPPER)
+1.8V(P)
P
POWER SUPPLY
SC
SCAN DRIVE
SS
SUSTAIN DRIVE
PANEL MICOM
EEPROM
+1.2V(P)
DCDC
(LED:4TIMES) (LED:4TIMES) POWER SOS
+1.2V(P)
PS SOS4
SC-BOARD
P-BOARD
+15V(P)
+15V(P) DET
(LED:2TIMES) (LED:2TIMES)
(LED:4TIME) (LED:4TIME)
ENEGRY RECOVERY
+5V(P)
SOS DETECT
SOS6_SC1
+5V(P)
SOS DETECT
+3.3V(P)
+3.3V(P) DET
(LED:3TIMES) (LED:3TIMES)
+15V(P)
POWER MICOM
(LED:6TIMES)
(LED:6TIMES)
+5V(P)
+5V(P) DET
VSUS
(LED:5TIMES) (LED:5TIMES)
A25
P25
+15V(P)
SS-BOARD
VSUS
PD3-H
P11
SS11
SOS DETECT
FLASH
VSUS
SOS6_SC1
PLASMA AI
CPG with SS
ON/OFF CONTROL
+15V(P)
(LED:8TIME) (LED:8TIME)
MEMORY
PANEL
+15V(P)
SC-BOARD
SOS6_SC1
(LED:6TIMES) (LED:6TIMES)
MAIN ON
FLOTING PART
SOS7_SC2
SOS7_SC2
SOS7_SC2
(LED:7TIMES) (LED:7TIMES)
SOS DETECT
H/V Sync Control
Sub Filed Processor
Plasma AI
VSUS GEN.
DDR
+5V(P)
SC20
A33
+5V(P)
VE GEN.
(LED:7TIMES)
(LED:7TIMES)
SOS8_SS
Vda
+15V(P)
+15V(P)
ENERGY RECOVERY
PROCESS
SUSTAIN
(LED:8TIMES) (LED:8TIMES)
VIDEO DATA
+15V(P)
VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE
SCAN CONTROL
RECTIFIER
RECTIFIER
+5V(P)
VIDEO DATA
SUSTAIN
SCAN CONTROL
CONTROL
DISCHARGE
CONTROL
SCAN
SU41
SC41
DRIVER
COLD COLD
HOT HOT
STB5V_M
STB_D3.3V
DCDC
F15V
STANBY
POWER
STB_D3.3V
VOLTAGE
FACTOR
SS21
STB5V
RECTIFIER
CONTROL
A31
A32
A6
SS24
CONTROL
PULSE
VSUS
VSUS
RECTIFIER
SC2
P2
SU11
SS33
SD11
MAIN SW2
SS2
SUSTAIN
F15V
P6
MAIN SW1
P34
CONNECTOR
SOUND15V
RECTIFIER
RELAY
(LOWER)
P7
STB5V
VSCAN GEN.
SCAN
SD42
SC42
VSET GEN.
DRIVER
VAD GEN.
P9
P35
SOS8_SS
KEYSCAN1
BUFFER
SD46
SC46
KEY SWITCH
GK1
SUSTAIN CONTROL
VIDEO DATA
AC CORD
+5V(P)
GK
KEY SWITCH
C1
DATA DRIVER (RIGHT)
C2
DATA DRIVER (CENTER)
C3
DATA DRIVER (LEFT)
C24
C21
C31
C35
C33
KEYSCAN1
SOS8_SS
SUSTAIN CONTROL
Vda
Vda
C26
C36
C10
C20
VIDEO DATA
VIDEO DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
DRIVER
SD
SCAN OUT (LOWER)
KEYSCAN1
+5V(P)
+5V(P)
+5V(P)
VIDEO DATA
VIDEO DATA
LVDS DATA
+5V(P)
SOS8_SS
F15V
SOUND15V
STB5V
+5V(P)
Vda
Vda
+5V(P)
+5V(P)
SOS8_SS
SUSTAIN CONTROL

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9.2.

Block (1/4) Diagram

SOUND15V

SOUND15V

SOUND15V

TV SUB ON

STB5V

F15V

F15V

F15V

JK3000

JK3701

VIDEO2

(SIDE)

VIDEO1

COMP1

COMP2

ANT IN

D3005

OPTICAL

AUDIO

OUT

JK8302

SD CARD

A

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

JK4500

JK4501

JK4502

 

HDMI IN 1

HDMI IN 2

HDMI IN 3

(SIDE)

P6

P7

A6 14 13 9 8 7 3 2 1 V2_V V2_L V2_R IC4500 STB5V EEPROM
A6
14
13
9
8
7
3
2
1
V2_V
V2_L
V2_R
IC4500
STB5V
EEPROM
TV SUB ON
TUNER SOS
IC4501
IC3001
(LED:10TIMES)
(LED:10TIMES)
Q5522
EEPROM
VOLTAGE
VIDEO SW
AUDIO SW
DROP
V1_Y
ERROR DET
IC4508
MAIN
TV
TV
TV
TV
V1_C
OUT
F15V
V
L/R
L/R
D5521
SUB9V
F15V
MAIN L/R
EEPROM
V1_V
V1
VIDEO1
V1
VIDEO1
SUB5V
R/G/B
Y/C/V
L/R
RGB_CVBS
V1_L
BT30V
Y/PB/PR
V2
VIDEO2
V2
VIDEO2
BT30V
IC4503
V1_R
D5522
V
L/R
PC_HS/VS
SUB9V
HDMI SW
D1_Y
VIDEO3
VIDEO3
OUT
HS/VS
L/R
D1_PB
HS/VS
BT30V
SUB5V
DDC1_IIC
VIDEO4
D1_PR
VIDEO4
SUB
DDC2_IIC
L/R
D1_L
OUT
D1
COMP1
DDC3_IIC
D1
COMP1
D1_R
SUB MONO
Y/PB/PR
IC5480
L/R
L+R
D2
COMP2
RX1
D2_Y
HDMI DATA
D2
COMP2
STB3.3V
Y/PB/PR
RX2
STB_RESET
D2_PB
L/R
RX3
D5484
PC
PC
L5441
L5442
D2_PR
DTV5V
R/G/B/H/V
L/R
D2_L
D5485
DTV1
DTV1
D2_R
D5486
DRV
Y/C
L/R
3.3V
IC5606
STB5V
DTV2
D5615
D5614
STB3.3V
Y/C
STB
STB
9V
5V
RESET
+3.3V
SUB9V
STB_RESET
DDC_IIC
SUB5V
D5613
KEYSCAN3
SYS_IIC0
IIC0
IIC1_
MUTE
IIC1
EEP
STB5V
ANALOG ASIC
SUB5V
SUB5V
1
SUB9V
SUB9V
SUB9V
2
SUB3.3V
SUB3.3V
3
TU8300
4
TUNER
IC5401
TV_V
F15V
VIDEO
TV_L
+9V
AUDIO
TV_R
IC8001
Seine3LV
LVDS DATA
SUB5V
AFT
IC5607
5
AFT
HDMI_3.3V
IC8008
SUB3.3V
D5692
BT30V
STB3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
+5V
6
BT30V
Q5603
Q5604
+5V(HDMI)
+3.3V
SUB5V
DET 1,2,3
ON/OFF
F15V DET
SUB2.5V
IC8007
5V
2.5V
2.5V
SUB1.8V
IC5608
SOUND15V
VINP_VSB
3.3V
SUB1.8V
SUB1.3V
IFD_OUT1
VINN_VSB
VSB_I/F
IFD_OUT2
1.8V
+1.8V
SUB1.3V
IF_AGC
IF_AGC
1.3V
+1.3V
IC2109
IC2107
HS/VS
AUDIO AMP
PC_HS/VS
A12
SDO
SOUND A/D
L/R
SYS_IIC2_TU
L(+)
AUDIO
1
SPEAKER
IIC0
I/F
SDIN
SDIN
L(-)
SPEAKER_L
L_OUT
2
DDC_
R/G/B
IIC
R/G/B_IN
A11
HDMI DATA
HDMI_IN
R(+)
LVDS DATA
1
SPEAKER
LVDS_OUT
R(-)
SPEAKER_R
SOUND15V
R_OUT
3
SBI2
IC8009
SBO2
+15V
IC8002
CLK BUFFER
IC8003
DDR I/F
DDR2 #0
SUB3.3V
DDRVREF
0.9V
SYS_IIC0
TPF0S
IC8004
OPTICAL AUDIO OUT
FAN SOS
SPDIF
CLOCK
CLOCK GEN
SOS DET
FAN A
IC5740
FAN STOP
DTV RESET
RESET
F15V
FAN B
OVER
FAN CONT.
VOLTAGE
+9/7.2V
IC8502
(LED:11TIMES) (LED:11TIMES)
RESET
SD DATA:4bit
FAN MAX
SD CARD
CPU BUS
I/F
NOR FLASH
D5746
I/F
D5750
PANEL MAIN ON
D5747
A30
D5749
3
IIC_IF
EEPROM
1
IIC1_
IC8503
EEP
FAN A-B
TV_VIDEO
+5V(HDMI)DET 1,2,3
TMDS DATA
CLOCK
DDC IIC
Q4530
+5V(HDMI)
+5V
DET_1
HDMI_CEC
TMDS DATA
CLOCK
DDC IIC
Q4529
+5V(HDMI)
+5V
DET_2
HDMI_CEC
TMDS DATA
CLOCK
DDC IIC
Q4531
+5V(HDMI)
+5V
DET_3
HDMI_CEC
HDMI_CEC
PA5601

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9.3.

Block (2/4) Diagram

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR IC9300 PD3-H IIC2 A31 C21 VIDEO DATA 10 LVDS DATA *PLASMA
A
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
IC9300
PD3-H
IIC2
A31
C21
VIDEO DATA
10
LVDS DATA
*PLASMA AI
*CPG with SS
*H/V Sync Control
*Sub Filed Processor
60
VIDEO DATA
66
+3.3V(P)
IC9303
*Plasma AI
P3.3V
ADDR/DATA
68
+3.3V(P)
FLASH
Config(CCLK,DDTATA,PROGB),
FLASH I/F
MEMORY
FPCLK,FPDATA[1:0],FVSEL
P1.8V
IC9902,03
1
KEYSCAN1
IC9500
DDR2
DDR I/F
DISCHARGE CONTROL
IIC2
A32
C31
3
3.3V
CONTROL DATA
SUSTAIN CONTROL
45
1.2V
SCAN CONTROL
2.5V
66
+3.3V(P)
Config(DONE)
68
+3.3V(P)
UHZ
63
SOS8_SS
IC9003
GenX7
PANEL MICOM
DRVRST
FPGARST
XRST
Config(DONE)
XRST,
XRSTSYS
SOS8_SS
(LED:8TIMES) (LED:8TIMES)
A33
SC20
OSD I/F
17
UHZ
IIC2
(LED:6TIMES)
(LED:6TIMES)
SOS6_SC1
14
SOS6_SC1
STB_D3.3V
IC9001
SOS7_SC2
15
SOS7_SC2
EEPROM
IIC2
(LED:7TIMES) (LED:7TIMES)
29
+15V(P)
IC1102
IC9808
STB3.3V
IIC1
IIC3
30
+15V(P)
IC9004
HDMI_CEC_
AND
+2.5V
1
+5V(P)
OUT
IIC1
STB+3.3V/RESET
STB5V_M
SUB5V
1
+3.3V
STB_D3.3V
AUX_ON/OFF
SUB9V
A25
P25
HDMI_CEC
HDMI_CEC_
RESET
RESET
2
PU_ON
Q1105
POWER ON/OFF
PANEL MAIN ON
11
POWER SOS
12
SOS4_PS
(LED:4TIMES)
(LED:4TIMES)
P5V
5
+5V(P)
SUB3.3V
IC1100
3
+5V(P) DET
6
+5V(P)
PANEL STB_ON
(LED:5TIMES) (LED:5TIMES)
P15V
SYSTEM MPU
1
+15V(P)
PANEL SOS
PANEL SOS
4
PANEL STATUS
+15V(P) DET
2
+15V(P)
PANEL STATUS
(LED:2TIMES) (LED:2TIMES)
9
STB5V
+3.3V(P) DET
TV SUB ON
(LED:3TIMES)
(LED:3TIMES)
TV SUB ON
TUNER SOS
IC9805
TUNER SOS
(LED:10TIMES) (LED:10TIMES)
P3.3V
AFT
LVDS DATA
AFT
+3.3V
5
DTV RESET
IC9807
STB3.3V
DTV RESET
P1.8V
STB RESET
6
STB RESET
TV_VIDEO
+1.8V
TV_VIDEO
FAN SOS
IC9806
FAN SOS
(LED:11TIMES) (LED:11TIMES)
P1.2V
FAN MAX
FAN MAX
+1.2V
SBI2
SBO2
STB3.3V
SYS_
IIC0
IIC1_
EEP
PANEL STB_ON
IIC0
IC1101
PANEL STB_ON
PANEL SOS
PANEL SOS
EEPROM
IIC1
PANEL STATUS
PANEL STATUS
SYS_
IIC2_TU
IIC2
D2520
A1
K1
KEYSCAN1
POWER LED
PC2501
R_LED_ON
C.A.T.S.
POWER LED(R)
6
6
SENSOR
C.A.T.S.
C.A.T.S. SENSOR
2
2
RM2501
SUB5V DET
REMOTE IN
REMOTE IN
5
5
REMOTE
SUB9V DET
STB+3.3V
RECEIVER
KEYSCAN3
3
3
SUB3.3V DET
SUB+5V
1
1
K1
S2
KEYSCAN3
IC4800
ON
8
8
KEYSCAN3
IIC0
10
2
TEMP SENSOR
SW2500
9
1
POWER SWITCH
FOR
K
POWER LED
S
POWER SWITCH
STB3.3V
A17
FACTORY
USE
REMOTE RECEIVER
SUB5V
AI SENSOR
FOR
A18
FACTORY
USE
KEYSCAN3
PANEL ON
MAIN
3.3V
1.8V
1.2V
OSD I/F

VIDEO DATA

CONTROL DATA

VIDEO DATA

CONTROL DATA

SUSTAIN CONTROL

SCAN CONTROL

PANEL_MAIN_ON

31

9.4.

Block (3/4) Diagram

P POWER SUPPLY HOT HOT COLD COLD P2 Q601,Q604,Q607 Q203-Q206 L603 T201 D253 Vsus RESONANCE
P POWER SUPPLY
HOT
HOT
COLD
COLD
P2
Q601,Q604,Q607
Q203-Q206
L603
T201
D253
Vsus
RESONANCE
1
D254
2A 250V
P11
F603
IC601
1
IC202
T301
D353
Vda
Q602,Q603
4
Q201,Q202
PFC CONTROL
Q207,Q208
IC352
D609
POWER
F351
D351
15V
+15V(P)
CONTROL
15V
NEED
HOLDER
P35
IC251
1
PC201
2
D203
Vsus
Vsus
PHOTO COUPLER
VR251
ERROR DET
IC351
IC201
PC301
BIAS CONTROL
Vda
COMPARATOR
PHOTO COUPLER
ERROR DET
Q501
Q503,Q504
Vda
PC503
BIAS_MAIN
VR351
PHOTO COUPLER
P25
PC501
1
BIAS_PFC
BIAS_MAIN
IC353
PHOTO COUPLER
2
15V_IN
BIAS_PFC
+5V(P)
IC701
5V
5
Vda_IN
POWER MICOM
6
D603
Vsus_IN
RECTIFIER
9
(LED:4TIMES)
(LED:4TIMES)
POWER SOS
12
MAIN RELAY_ON
K602
PANEL_MAIN_ON
11
RUSH RELAY_ON
ALL_OFF
RF601
TV SUB ON
NEUTRAL
K605
LIVE
T501
2A 250V
Q551
F501
D504
D552
Q557
D501
IC501
+5V(STB)
RECTIFIER
D551
STB
FILTER
L601,L602
CONTROL
IC551
PC502
STB
PHOTO COUPLER
ERROR DET
F601
F602
Q502,Q505,Q506
10A 250V
10A 250V
PC504
AC DET
PHOTO COUPLER
LIVE
NEUTRAL
HOT
HOT
COLD
COLD
2
1
P9
P34
1
3
P6
7
9
1
3
P7
1
2
10
5
6
8
A6
A6
AC CORD
+5V
AC DET
MAIN SW_ON
F_15V_ON
STB5V_
ON/OFF
FSTB+15V
FSTB+15V
FSTB+15V
+15V(SND)
+15V(SND)
+15V(SND)
+15V(P)
+15V(P)
+5V(P)
+5V(STB)
TV SUB ON
ALL_OFF

SC2

Vsus

SS11

Vsus

+15V(P)

C35

Vda

Vda

A25

+15V(P)

+15V(P)

+5V(P)

+5V(P)

+5V(STB)

SOS4_PS

PANEL_MAIN_ON

32

9.5.

Block (4/4) Diagram

SC SCAN DRIVE P2 SC2 TPVSUS FOR Vsus 1 SC50 FACTORY TPVSET USE IC16791 VSET
SC
SCAN DRIVE
P2
SC2
TPVSUS
FOR
Vsus
1
SC50
FACTORY
TPVSET
USE
IC16791
VSET GEN.
16V-F
SHUNT REG
DC/DC
IPD CIRCUIT
SS
SUSTAIN DRIVE
CONVERTER
IC16788,89
VF_GND
Q16604
PC16601
CPH2
IC16771
SS
PHOTO COUPLER
TPVSUS
P11
SS
11
53
Vad+5V
Q16607
IC16661
Vsus
1
1
IPD CIRCUIT
PC16603
Q16661
SU
SCAN OUT (UPPER)
+15V
CERS
4
PC16461
PHOTO COUPLER
2
COMPARATOR
IC16304
PHOTO COUPLER
PC16684
Q16001
TPVE
13
IC16131
UMH
CPH1
Q16608
IC14601-04
Q16002
IC16464,65
PHOTO COUPLER
D16051
VE GEN.
SS
Q16004
Q16601
VSUS Gen.
D16052
55
CRC1
INVERTER
D16901
SCAN
DRIVER
Q16021
1
Q16401
DRIVER
CMH
CRC2
PLASMA PANEL
Q16022
PC16301
IC16773
Q16402
SC
SU
IC16692
UML
2
Q16023
D16041
Q16403
41
41
PANEL SUSTAIN
IC16920
D16042
PHOTO
INVERTER
VOH
ELECTRODE
SHUNT
13
8
8
SCAN
COUPLER
D16461
REG.
VSCN-F
DRIVER
IC16501
4
4
SS
D16462
IC16151
COMPARATOR
Vfo
VR16601
IC16312
56
IC14605-08
2
2
USH
CSH/CMH GATE
Q16041
PC16685
(INIT-F)
D16481
ENERGY
1
DRIVE CIRCUIT
SHUNT
D16482
CIS
RECOVERY
PHOTO
SU1B-SU5B
REG.
2
SU
USL
Q16441
COUPLER
Q16818
CSH
Q16051
11
IC16784
CEL
13
Q16621
IC16521
Q16451
TPVAD
IPD CIRCUIT
Q16622
PLASMA PANEL
PC16191
Q16101
CSL
Q16102
CSL/CML GATE
VAD
D16253
UEH
SS
VOL
PANEL SCAN
VE Gen.
1
2
13
DRIVE CIRCUIT
IC16251
GEN.
LED(G)
58
DRIVER
CML
ELECTRODES
Q16421
SS
SS
VR16600
ERROR DET
Q16422
TPSS1
IC16241
21
24
(VAD)
SD
Q16423
IC16786,87
11
UEH USL
7
7
IC16581
D16583
SD1B-SD5B
D16255
BUFFER
UML USH
IPD CIRCUIT
LED(G)
TPVSCN
TPSC1
SS
UMH
1
1
ERROR DET
IC14801-04
C33
SC
VSCN GEN.
33
A33
20
SHUNT REG
TPSOS8
6
6
+5V(P)
1
Q16280
D16859
IC16691
IC16561,62
CML
CPH1
SIU
+15V(P)
7
D16860
SCAN
D16721
SOS8_SS
7
ERROR DET
CMH CPH2
OC1
IC16724
SC
SD
DRIVER
(LED:8TIMES)
(LED:8TIMES)
NAND GATE
6
D16280
D16282
+15V(P)
BUFFER
CSH
CERS
OC2
(15V_F)
42
42
SUSTAIN CONTROL
FPC DET
SS2
SUSTAIN
F_5V_A
CSL
CEL
CLK
+5V
+5V(P)
35
3
3
CONNECTOR
IC16563
SEL
(SC1)
SCAN
TPSOS6
8
8
DRIVER
(LOWER)
D16725
INVERTER
CIS
CRC1
CRC2
Vfo
SOS6_SC1
22
IC16725
9
9
IC14805-08
(LED:6TIMES) (LED:6TIMES)
F_5V_B
SOS7_SC2
21
5
5
+5V
VHIZ
UHZ
19
(SC2)
6
6
IC16490,91
VHIZ
VSET23
SCAN
SCAN CONTROL
D16493
IC16564
4
4
VSET23
CONTROL
D16920
Q16490
IC16801
2
2
SCNR_PRO
CERS
SEPA PROTECT
IC16792
CIRCUIT
IC16793
UHZ
SC
SD
VOLTAGE
VSET23
5V
CML
5V
DROP
D16473
46
46
GEN.
D16791
VHIZ GEN.
15V_F
LOGIC IC
CSL
ERROR DET
PC16480
D16480
1
1
MAIN_STOP
PHOTO COUPLER
SIU
IC14901-05
SCNR_PRO
OC1
VSCN
TPSOS7
Q16876
OC2
D16820
D16821
D16871
15V_F
Vscn
CLK
ERROR DET
SD
SCAN OUT (LOWER)
SEL
(LED:7TIMES) (LED:7TIMES)
GK
KEY SWITCH
GK1
KEYSCAN1
KEY SWITCH
1
C1
DATA DRIVER (RIGHT)
A31
C2
DATA DRIVER (CENTER)
A32
C3
DATA DRIVER (LEFT)
C24
1
C21
68
59
35
33
9
3
1
C31
66
24
6
3
1
C10
C20
C33
SS33
+5V(P)
40
1
1
+5V(P)
C26
C36
33
7
SOS8_SS
VIDEO DATA
8
+5V(P)
BUFFER
SUSTAIN CONTROL
20
1
9
32
BUFFER
CONTROL DATA
+5V(P)
IC17302
BUFFER
18
3
IC17300
Vda
Vda
4
37
5
16
IC17201
C35
P35
Vda
Vda
1
40
1
20
1 Vda
2 Vda
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB1
CB2
CB3
CB4
CB5
CB6
CB7
CB8
CB9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PANEL DRIVER
PLASMA PANEL
PANEL DRIVER
PANEL DRIVER
KEYSCAN1
VIDEO DATA
VIDEO DATA
CONTROL DATA
+3.3V(P)
+3.3V(P)
VIDEO DATA
CONTROL DATA
SUSTAIN CONTROL
SOS8_SS
+3.3V(P)
+3.3V(P)

SUSTAIN CONTROL

33

10 Wiring Connection Diagram

10.1. Caution statement.

Caution:

Please confirm that all flexible cables are assembled correctly. Also make sure that they are locked in the connectors. Verify by giving the flexible cables a very slight pull.

10.2. Wiring (1)

sure that they are locked in the connectors. Verify by giving the flexible cables a very

35

10.3.

Wiring (2)

10.3. Wiring (2) 36

36

10.4.

Wiring (3)

10.4. Wiring (3) 37

37

10.5.

Wiring (4)

10.5. Wiring (4) 38

38

10.6.

Wiring (5)

10.6. Wiring (5) 39

39

11 Schematic Diagram

11.1. Schematic Diagram Note

11 Schematic Diagram 11.1. Schematic Diagram Note 41

41

11 Schematic Diagram 11.1. Schematic Diagram Note 41

11.2.

P-Board (1/2) Schematic Diagram

TO AC CORD ! P-BOARD ETX2MM747AFK (1/2) A B HOT MIP3E50MY COLD STB CONTROL C
TO
AC CORD
!
P-BOARD ETX2MM747AFK (1/2)
A
B
HOT
MIP3E50MY
COLD
STB
CONTROL
C
VIFA5502MTE1
PFC
CONTROL
D
HOT
COLD
VIKIA431A
E
STB
ERROR DET
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

42

11.3.

P-Board (2/2) Schematic Diagram

Vda ERROR DET VIKIA431A VIKIA431A Vsus ERROR DET ! P-BOARD ETX2MM747AFK (2/2) A POWER CONTROL
Vda
ERROR DET
VIKIA431A
VIKIA431A
Vsus
ERROR DET
!
P-BOARD ETX2MM747AFK (2/2)
A
POWER
CONTROL
VISSC9101M
VINJM2904ME1
COMPARATOR
B
HOT
HOT
COLD
COLD
C
Vda
Vsus
VILC87F2G081
POWER
VIR3111N40AT
MICOM
D
REGULATOR
VISC2628T
+15(P)
E
VIBD9703FP
+5(P)
F
TO
C3-BOARD
TO
(C35)
SC-BOARD
(SC2)
TO
TO
TO
TO
A-BOARD
A-BOARD
SS-BOARD
A-BOARD
(A6)
(A25)
(SS11)
(A6)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

43

11.4.

GK, K and S-Board Schematic Diagram

SUB5V

STB3.3V

KEYSCAN3(IN)

GND

GND

GND

RM_IN

R_LED_ON

KEYSCAN3(OUT)

C.A.T.S

A

B

C

D

E

F

1

! RM2501 B3RAD0000160 D2512 MAZ80430LL C2512 C2522 6.3V PC2501 16V 10u B3JB00000046 0.1u C.A.T.S. SENSOR
!
RM2501
B3RAD0000160
D2512
MAZ80430LL
C2512
C2522
6.3V
PC2501
16V
10u
B3JB00000046
0.1u
C.A.T.S. SENSOR
R2513
R2517
Q2510
5.6k
47
2SD0601A0L
R2516
22k
OUT
GND
VCC

REMOTE RECEIVER

R2525 820 D2520 LN1271RALTR POWER LED Q2511 2SD0601A0L R2524 22k R2542 R2557 47k 5.6k R2520
R2525
820
D2520
LN1271RALTR
POWER LED
Q2511
2SD0601A0L
R2524
22k
R2542
R2557
47k
5.6k
R2520
220k
FL2500
J0MAB0000201
1
2
K1
SUB5V
1
2
C.A.T.S.SENSOR
STBY3.3V
3
4
REMOCON
5
R_LED_ON
6
7
KEY3
8
9
10

K-BOARD TNPA4871S

2

TO

A-BOARD

(A1)

SENSOR

 

S2

1

2

 

PUSH

SW2500

 

K0F122A00172

 

POWER SW

!

S-BOARD TNPA4873S

3

4

5

44

! GK-BOARD TNPA4874S R3775 R3771 21k 3.16k R3772 R3773 R3774 1.74k 1.62k 2.32k INPUT/OK MENU
!
GK-BOARD TNPA4874S
R3775
R3771
21k
3.16k
R3772
R3773
R3774
1.74k
1.62k
2.32k
INPUT/OK
MENU
VOL.DN
VOL.UP
CH.DN
CH.UP
R3765
C3752
0
50V
1000p
GK1
TO
C2-BOARD
(C24)
SW3759A
EVQ23405R
SW3761A
EVQ23405R
SW3762A
EVQ23405R
1
KEYSCAN
2
GND
SW3763A
EVQ23405R
SW3764A
EVQ23405R
SW3765A
EVQ23405R

687

9

11.5.

A-Board (1/15) Schematic Diagram

R8095

47k

A

B

C

D

E

F

! A-BOARD TXN/A1EDUUS (1/15)

FLASH

TO 3/15

EBADD23/NABSY_N

IC8001

AE7

EBADD23/NABSY_N

EBADD22/NAALE

IC8001

AD7

EBADD22/NAALE

EBADD21/NACLE

IC8001

AC7

EBADD21/NACLE

EBADD20

IC8001

AC8

EBADD20

EBADD19

IC8001

AD8

EBADD19

EBADD18

IC8001

AE8

EBADD18

EBADD17

IC8001

AF8

EBADD17

EBADD16

IC8001

AF9

EBADD16

EBADD15

IC8001

AE9

EBADD15

EBADD14

IC8001

AD9

EBADD14

EBADD13

IC8001

AC9

EBADD13

EBADD12

IC8001

AC10

EBADD12

EBADD11

IC8001

AD10

EBADD11

EBADD10

IC8001

AE10

EBADD10

EBADD9

IC8001

AF10

EBADD9

EBADD8

IC8001

AF11

EBADD8

EBADD7

IC8001

AE11

EBADD7

EBADD6

IC8001

AD11

EBADD6

EBADD5

IC8001

AC11

EBADD5

EBADD4

IC8001

AC12

EBADD4

EBADD3

IC8001

AD12

EBADD3

EBADD2

IC8001

AE12

EBADD2

EBADD1

IC8001

AF12

EBADD1

EBDAT15

IC8001

AF13

EBDAT15

EBDAT14

IC8001

AE13

EBDAT14

EBDAT13

IC8001

AD13

EBDAT13

EBDAT12

IC8001

AC13

EBDAT12

EBDAT11

IC8001

AC14

EBDAT11

EBDAT10

IC8001

AD14

EBDAT10

EBDAT9

IC8001

AE14

EBDAT9

EBDAT8

IC8001

AF14

EBDAT8

EBDAT7

IC8001

AF15

EBDAT7

EBDAT6

IC8001

AE15

EBDAT6

EBDAT5

IC8001

AD15

EBDAT5

EBDAT4

IC8001

AC15

EBDAT4

EBDAT3

IC8001

AC16

EBDAT3

EBDAT2

IC8001

AD16

EBDAT2

EBDAT1

IC8001

AE16

EBDAT1

EBDAT0

IC8001

AF16

EBDAT0

IIC I/F

TO 3/15

SE_SCL0_PANEL

IC8001

C1

I2CCLK0/PIO17

SE_SDA0_PANEL

IC8001

D1

I2CDATA0/PIO16

SE_SCL1_EEP

IC8001

C2

I2CCLK1/PIO19

SE_SDA1_EEP

IC8001

D2

I2CDATA1/PIO18

SUB3.3V

R8096

R8097

4.7k

4.7k

IC8001

IC8001

C3

D3

I2CCLK2

I2CDATA2

TO 5/15

HDMI_INT2

IC8001

D6

PIO21/HDMI_MUTE

IC8001

Y3

TOUTP_B

IC8001

U1

TOUTP_A

SUB3.3V

IC8001

U2

TOUTN_A

IC8001

AA3

TOUTN_B

IC8001

A21

NC

IC8001

C22

BL0PWM

IC8001

D22

PIO38/BL1PWM

UART

TO 3/15

IC8001

B24

UATXD0

SE_EEP_WP

IC8001

C23

UACTS0_N/PIO8

IC8001

C24

UARTS0_N/PIO7

SBO2

IC8001

A8

UARXD1

TO 7/15

 
 

SBI2

IC8001

B8