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LC-65D90U

SERVICE MANUAL
SX5P9LC65D90U

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

MODEL LC-65D90U
In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations in some countries) the set should be restored
to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS
Page
» IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION ........................................................................................ 2
» SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................5
» OPERATION MANUAL .................................................................................................................................6
» DIMENSIONS .............................................................................................................................................12
» REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS ................................................................................................................ 13
» ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................... 18
» TROUBLE SHOOTING TABLE ..................................................................................................................37
» FUNCTIONS OF MAJOR ICs (VIDEO PROCESSOR) .............................................................................. 51
» FUNCTIONS OF MAJOR ICs (MONITOR) ................................................................................................54
» OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................56
» SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................... 58
» DISPLAY BLOCK DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................... 60
» MAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................ 62
» DIGITAL BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................64
» AV BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................66
» POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................68
» PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES ................................................................................................70
» REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST..................................................................................................................134
» PACKING OF THE SET ............................................................................................................................203
» SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. D1-D135

This document has been published to be used for


SHARP CORPORATION after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
LC-65D90U

IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION


Ë Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thor-
oughly familiar with all safety checks and the servicing guidelines which follow:

WARNING ground, such as electrical conduit or electrical ground


connected to an earth ground.
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit • Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt, or
should be attempted. higher, sensitivity or measure the AC voltage drop
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing. across the resistor.
• Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION parts having a return to the chassis (antenna, metal
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH cabinet, screw heads, knobs and control shafts,
SAME TYPE F701 (12A/250V), F7301 (4A/250V), escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage drop
F7302 (4A/250V), F7401 (4A/250V), F7402 (4A/ across the resistor.
250V), F7501 (4A/250V), F7502 (4A/250V), F7601 All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug
(4A/250V), F7602 (4A/250V), F7701 (4A/250V), connection reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized
F7702 (4A/250V), F7801 (4A/250V), F7802 (4A/ adaptor plug must be used only for the purpose of
250V) AND F0003 (2.5A/250V). completing these checks.)
Any reading of 0.75V rms (this corresponds to 0.5 mA
BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER rms AC.) or more is excessive and indicates a potential
(Fire & Shock Hazard) shock hazard which must be corrected before returning
the monitor to the owner.
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform
the following safety checks:
1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are
not pinched, and check that hardware is not lodged DVM
between the chassis and other metal parts in the AC SCALE
receiver.
2. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic 1.5k ohm
control knobs, insulation materials, cabinet backs, 10W
adjustment and compartment covers or shields, isolation
resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical insulators, etc.
3. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for
leakage current in the following manner. 0.15 µF
• Plug the AC cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet. (for TEST PROBE
North America)
• Plug the AC cord directly into a 110~240 volt AC outlet.
(for Others)
• Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt TO EXPOSED CONNECT TO
METAL PARTS KNOWN EARTH
resistor paralleled by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with
GROUND
all exposed metal cabinet parts and a known earth

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SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD television and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts Lists and
have special safety-related characteristics. Schematic Diagrams.
These characteristics are often not evident from visual For continued protection, replacement parts must be
inspection, nor can protection afforded by them be identical to those used in the original circuit.
necessarily increased by using replacement components The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not
rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. have the same safety characteristics as the factory
Replacement parts which have these special safety recommended replacement parts shown in this service
characteristics are identified in this manual; electrical manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.
components having such features are identified by " å"
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LC-65D90U

PRECAUTIONS A PRENDRE LORS DE LA REPARATION


Ë La réparation ne peut être effectuée que par un technicien spécialisé qui s'est parfaitement
accoutumé à toute vérification de sécurité et aux conseils suivants.

AVERTISSEMENT de 0.15µF en série avec toutes les pièces métalliques


exposées du coffret et une terre connue comme une
1. Pour la sécurité continue, n'entreprendre aucune conduite électrique ou une prise de terre branchée à la
modification de tout circuit. terre.
2. Débrancher l'alimentation CA avant la réparation. • Utiliser un voltmètre CA d'une sensibilité d'au moins
5000Ω/V pour mesurer la chute de tension CA en
PRECAUTION: POUR LA PROTECTION travers de la résistance.
CONTINUE CONTRE LES RISQUES • Toucher avec la sonde d'essai les pièces métalliques
D'INCENDIE, REMPLACER LE FUSIBLE PAR UN exposées qui présentent une voie de retour au châssis
FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE F701 (12A/250V), (antenne, coffret métallique, tête des vis, arbres de
F7301 (4A/250V), F7302 (4A/250V), F7401 (4A/ commande et des boutons, écusson, etc.) et mesurer
250V), F7402 (4A/250V), F7501 (4A/250V), F7502 la chute de tension CA en travers de la résistance.
(4A/250V), F7601 (4A/250V), F7602 (4A/250V), Toutes les vérifications doivent être refaites après avoir
F7701 (4A/250V), F7702 (4A/250V), F7801 (4A/ inversé la fiche du cordon d'alimentation. (Si nécessaire,
250V), F7802 (4A/250V) ET F0003 (2.5A/250V). une prise d'adpatation non polarisée doit être utilisée
dans le but de terminer ces vérifications.)
AVANT DE RENDRE LE RECEPTEUR A La tension de pointe mesurèe ne doit pas dépasser
L’UTILISATEUR (Incendie et choc électrique) 0.75V RMS (correspondante au courant CA de pointe
de 0.5mA RMS). Dans le cas contraire, il y a une
Avant de rendre le récepteur à l'utilisateur, effectuer possibilité de choc électrique qui doit être supprimée
les vérifications suivantes. avant de rendre le récepteur au client.
1. Inspecter tous les faisceaux de câbles pour s'assurer
que les fils ne soient pas pincés ou qu'un outil ne soit
pas placé entre le châssis et les autres pièces
métalliques du récepteur.
2. Inspecter tous les dispositifs de protection comme les DVM
boutons de commande non-métalliques, les isolants, ECHELLE CA
le dos du coffret, les couvercles ou blindages de réglage 1.5k ohm
et de compartiment, les réseaux de résistance-capacité, 10W
les isolateurs mécaniques, etc.
3. S'assurer qu'il n'y ait pas de danger d'électrocution en
vérifiant la fuite de courant, de la facon suivante:
0.15 µF
• Enficher le cordon d'alimentation directement dans une SONDE D'ESSAI
prise de 120V CA. (Pour L'Aérique du Nord)
• Enficher le cordon d'alimentation directement dans une
prise de 110-240V CA. (Pour d'autres pays)
AUX PIECES
• A l'aide de deux fils à pinces, brancher une résistance METALLIQUES
BRANCHER A UNE
TERRE CONNUE
de 1.5kΩ 10 watts en parallèle avec un condensateur EXPOSEES

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AVIS POUR LA SECURITE


De nombreuses pièces, électriques et mécaniques, dans pièces électriques qui présentent ces particularités sont
les téléviseurs de l'afficharge à cristaux liquides identifiées par la marque " å " et hachurées dans la liste
présentent des caractéristiques spéciales relatives à la des pièces de remplacement et les diagrammes
sécurité. schématiques.
Ces caracténstiques ne sont souvent pas évidentes à vue. Pour assurer la protection, ces pièces doivent être
Le degré de protection ne peut pas être nécessairement identiques à celles utilisées dans le circuit d'origine.
augmentée en utilisant des pièces de remplacement L'utilisation de pièces qui n'ont pas les mêmes
étalonnées pour haute tension, puissance, etc. caractéristiques que les pièces recommandées par
Les pièces de remplacement qui présentent ces l'usine, indiquées dans ce manuel, peut provoquer des
caractéristiques sont identifiées dans ce manuel; les électrocutions, incendies ou autres accidents.
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LC-65D90U

Precautions for using lead-free solder


1 Employing lead-free solder
"All PWBs" of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF symbol indicates lead-free solder, and is attached on
the PWBs and service manuals. The alphabetical character following LF shows the type of lead-free solder.
Example:

LFa
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.

2 Using lead-free wire solder


When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder, apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional
lead wire solder may cause damage or accident due to cracks.
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher than the lead wire solder by 40°C, we recommend
you to use a dedicated soldering bit, if you are not familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or soldering bit,
contact our service station or service branch in your area.

3 Soldering
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is about 220°C which is higher than the conventional lead
solder by 40°C, and as it has poor solder wettability, you may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the
PWB for extended period of time. However, Since the land may be peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance
temperature of parts may be exceeded, remove the bit from the PWB as soon as you confirm the steady soldering
condition.
Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to turn on
and off the power of the bit as required.
If a different type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after
every use of it.
When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper.

Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.

Lead-free wire solder for servicing


Part No. ★ Description Code
ZHNDAi123250E J φ0.3mm 250g(1roll) BL
ZHNDAi126500E J φ0.6mm 500g(1roll) BK
ZHNDAi12801KE J φ1.0mm 1kg(1roll) BM

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LC-65D90U

SPECIFICATIONS

Item Model: LC-65D90U


LCD panel 65" Advanced Super View & BLACK TFT LCD
Number of dots 6,220,800 dots (1920 × 1080 × 3 dots)
TV TV-standard (CCIR) American TV Standard ATSC/NTSC System
Function Receiving VHF/UHF VHF 2-13ch, UHF 14-69ch
Channel CATV 1-125ch
Digital Terrestrial
2-69ch
Broadcast (8VSB)
Digital cable
1-135ch
(64/256 QAM)
Audio multiplex BTSC System
Brightness 450 cd/m2
Viewing angles H : 170° V : 170°
Audio out 10W × 2
Terminals Rear INPUT 1 AV in, COMPONENT in
INPUT 2 AV in, COMPONENT in
INPUT 3 S-VIDEO in, AV in
INPUT 4 HDMI in with HDCP
INPUT 5 Audio in, DVI-I in with HDCP
ANALOG ANTENNA 75Ω Unbalance, F Type for VHF/UHF/CATV in × 1
DIGITAL ANTENNA 75Ω Unbalance, F Type× 2 (for Digital Air × 1/Digital Cable in × 1)
MONITOR/REC OUT S-VIDEO out, AV out
G-LINK Ø 3.5mm jack
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Optical Digital audio output × 1 (PCM/Dolby Digital)
i.LINK IEEE1394 × 2 with DTCP
CableCARD slot 68 pin PCMCIA × 1
OSD language English/French/Spanish
Power Requirement AC 120 V, 60 Hz for North America
AC 110–240 V, 50/60Hz for others
Power Consumption 610 W
Weight 174.2 lbs./79.0 kg (TV + stand + speaker)
159.9 lbs./72.5 kg (TV + stand)
156.6 lbs./71.0 kg (TV + speaker)
142.2 lbs./64.5 kg (TV only)
Dimension 617/8 × 4521/32 × 171/8 (TV + stand + speaker)
(W × H × D) (in inches) 617/8 × 4521/32 × 171/8 (TV + stand)
617/8 × 419/64 × 529/32 (TV + speaker)
617/8 × 3621/64 × 529/32 (TV only)
Accessories Operation manual ( × 1), Remote control unit ( × 1), AC cord ( × 1), "AAA" size
battery ( × 2), Cable clamp ( × 4), G-LINK cable ( × 1), Stand hole cover ( × 2)
Operating temperature + 32°F to + 104°F (0°C to + 40°C)
• As part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement
without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some
deviations from these values in individual units.

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Part names
TV (Front) TV (Rear)
LC-65D90U

MONITOR/
REC. OUT terminals

G-LINK terminal
POWER button
i.LINK terminals
INPUT button*
INPUT 3
Channel buttons** (CH / ) terminals

Volume buttons (VOL / ) INPUT 2


terminals CableCARD™ slot
* INPUT button works as ENTER in TV
Guide On Screen

** Channel buttons work as ' / " in TV INPUT 1


Guide On Screen terminals

ANALOG IN
terminal

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DIGITAL DIGITAL AIR
CABLE IN IN terminal
terminal DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT terminal
SYSTEM
RESET**
RESET*
INPUT 4 terminal

INPUT 5 terminals AC INPUT terminal


RS-232C terminal
OPERATION MANUAL

* Press RESET if the TV cannot return to its original state after performing various operations.
• AV MODE resets to DYNAMIC (Fixed)
• TV channel returns to initial channel (Air:2ch, Cable:1 or 2ch)
• Audio setting initializes
• Dolby Virtual resets to off
• Image position initializes
** Press SYSTEM RESET if the TV does not operate after starting up.
Remote control sensor DL indicator**
NOTE
OPC indicator*
OPC sensor • Pressing RESET will not work if the TV is in standby mode.
• Pressing RESET will not delete channel preset or secret number. See page for clearing the secret number when you
know it. See page for initializing to the factory pr eset values when you forget your secret number.
POWER indicator

*OPC: Optical Picture Control


**DL: DownLoad
Part Names Preparation
Remote control unit 6 AIR: Receives air signal. Using the remote control unit
7 CABLE: Receives cable signal.
Use the remote control unit by pointing it towards the remote control sensor on
8 VOL / : Sets the volume. the TV. Objects between the remote control unit and the remote control sensor
1 17 9 Virtual: Selects Virtual Dolby Surround settings. may prevent proper operation.
10 INFO: Displays the program information screen.
In TV Guide On Screen, change the info box size or
cycles through levels of information.
Cautions regarding remote control unit
11 RECORD: Records the program to equipment (capable of • Do not expose the remote control unit to shock.
2 recording). In addition, do not expose the remote control unit to liquids, and do not place
3 1 8 In TV Guide On Screen, initiates the recording process. in an area with high humidity.
12 EXIT: Turns off the menu screen and TV Guide On • Do not install or place the remote control unit under direct sunlight.
Screen. The heat may cause deformation of the remote control unit.
4 13 FAVORITE CH • The remote control unit may not work properly if the remote control sensor on
A, B, C, D: Selects four preset favorite channels in four the TV is under direct sunlight or strong lighting. In such cases, change the
19 different categories. angle of the lighting or the TV, or operate the remote control unit closer to the
While watching, you can toggle the selected channels remote control sensor.
by pressing A, B, C and D.
DAY /DAY : In TV Guide On Screen, moves forward Antennas
5 or backward in 24 hour increments in the listing grid.
14 AUDIO: Selects the MTS/SAP or the audio mode during To enjoy a clearer picture, use an outdoor antenna. The following is a brief explanation of the types of connections
multi-channel audio broadcasts. that are used for a coaxial cable. If your outdoor antenna uses a 75-ohm coaxial cable with an F-type connector,
20 15 SLEEP: Sets the sleep timer. plug it into the antenna terminal at the rear of the TV set.
16 i.LINK: Displays the i.LINK panel.
6 21 1. A 75-ohm system is generally a round cable with F-type F-type connector
7 22 17 FUNCTION: Switches the remote control for TV, CBL/
connector that can easily be attached to a terminal without
SAT, VCR, DVD and AUDIO operation. Indicator lights
tools (Commercially available).
8 23 up for the current mode.
* To enter the code registration mode, you need to press 75-ohm coaxial cable (round)
9 24 FUNCTION and DISPLAY at the same time. 2. A 300-ohm system is a flat “twin-lead” cable that can be
10 25 18 LIGHT : When pressed all buttons on the remote attached to a 75-ohm terminal through a 300/75-ohm
control unit will light. The lighting will turn off if no adapter (Commercially available).
11 26 operations are performed within about 5 seconds. This 300-ohm twin-lead cable (flat)

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button is used for performing operations in low-light
27 situations.
F-type connector
19 VIEW MODE: Selects the screen size. NOTICE F-type connector should be finger-tightened only.
12 28 20 ENT: Enters a channel selection when choosing with
the 0-9 buttons. When connecting the RF cable to the TV set, do not tighten
13 F-type connector with tools.
21 FLASHBACK: Returns to the previous channel or If tools are used, it may cause damage to your TV set.
29 external input mode. (The breaking of internal circuit, etc.)
14 30 75-ohm coaxial cable
22 INPUT: Selects a Liquid Crystal Television input source.
15 31 (TV, CableBox, INPUT 1, INPUT 2, INPUT 3, INPUT 4,
INPUT 5, i.LINK)
16 32 If the CableBox is set up in the TV Guide On Screen Connecting Antenna Cable
setting menu, the CableBox option appears.
23 CH / : Selects the channel.
In the TV Guide On Screen, moves one page up or one Cable without a CATV Home Antenna
Cable TV lead-In
page down in the LISTINGS grid. terminal (75-ohm)
converter
24 MUTE: Mutes the sound.
25 TV GUIDE: Displays TV Guide On Screen.
Combination
26 MENU: Displays the menu screen. VHF/UHF antenna
27 / / / /ENTER: Selects a desired item on the
or 75-ohm coaxial cable (round) Coaxial cable
screen. (commercially
available)
28 RETURN: Returns to the previous menu screen. 300/75-ohm adapter
(commercially available)
300-ohm twin-lead (flat)
29 FREEZE: Sets the still image. Press again to return to
normal screen. signal splitter
(commercially
30 CC: Displays captions when receiving closed-caption VHF UHF available)
1 TV POWER: Switches the Liquid Crystal Television Separate VHF/UHF ANTENNA ANTENNA
power on or enters Standby mode. signals. antenna 300-ohm
31 EDIT: Registers favorite channel. twin-lead
2 DISPLAY: Displays the channel information. Combiner
(commercially
3 SOURCE POWER: Turns the power of the external 32 AV MODE: Selects an audio or video setting. (AV available)
300-ohm twin-lead
equipment on and off. mode: STANDARD, MOVIE, GAME, USER, DYNAMIC IN OUT
(Fixed), DYNAMIC. PC mode: STANDARD, USER.) or
4 External equipment operational buttons: Operates 75-ohm coaxial cable
the external equipment.
5 0 – 9/• (DOT): Sets the channel. Depending on your reception
environment, either CABLE IN or AIR
IN may be used, or both CABLE IN
and AIR IN may be used.
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Using external equipment
You can connect many types of external equipment to your TV, like a DVD player, VCR, Digital TV tuner, PC, Connecting a DVD player
HDMI equipment, game console and camcorder. To view external source images, select the input source with
INPUT on the remote control unit or on the TV. You can use the INPUT 1, INPUT 2, INPUT 4 or INPUT 5 terminals when connecting to a DVD player and other
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audiovisual equipment.
Selecting the INPUT signal
Displaying an external equipment image When using component cable.
Explanation here is for the setting when connecting 1 Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
DVD to INPUT1 terminal.
Component
video cable
(commercially
2 Press / to select "Option".
available)

Audio cable
Press / to select "Input Select", and then (commercially
3 available)
press ENTER.
MENU [Option ... Input Select]

Option

Audio Only

3D Noise Reduction [Low] DVD player


Mosquito Noise Reduction [Low]

Input Select [Auto] When using composite cable.


Output Select [Fixed]

Quick Shoot [On]


To watch a DVD image, select "INPUT1" from "INPUT
SOURCE" menu using INPUT on the remote control Caption Setup
unit or on the TV. Program Title Display [No]
AV cable (commercially
available)
INPUT SOURCE

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TV
4 Select the desired signal type.
For INPUT1 signal
CableBox [TV]
INPUT1 Auto

COMPONENT
INPUT2
VIDEO
INPUT3
DVD player
INPUT4
INPUT5 When using DVI cable. (INPUT 5)
i.LINK The setting is stored and can be selected on the
"INPUT SOURCE" menu.
NOTE
• If the image does not come in clearly, you may need to CAUTION
change the input signal type setting on the "Input Select"
menu. • To protect all equipment, always turn off the TV before
connecting to a DVD player, VCR, Digital TV tuner, PC,
HDMI equipment, game console, camcorder or other
external equipment.

NOTE
• See pages for external equipment connection.
• Please refer to the relevant operation manual (DVD player,
PC, etc.) carefully before making connections. ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable
• Each time INPUT is pressed, the input source toggles. (commercially available) DVI cable (commercially available)
• Refer to your external equipment operation manual for
the signal type.

DVD player

NOTE
• See page for connecting a DVD player with HDMI terminal.
Using external equipment
Connecting a VCR Connecting a Digital TV STB (Air or Cable)
You can use the INPUT 3 terminal when connecting a VCR and other audiovisual equipment. You can use the INPUT 1, INPUT 2, INPUT 4 or INPUT 5 terminals when connecting a Digital TV STB (Air or
Cable) and other audiovisual equipment.
NOTE
• The S-video terminal has priority over the video terminals. NOTE
• The G-LINK cable connection is necessary if you want to use the recording features of the TV Guide On Screen system • If your cable-TV company has CableCARD security module available, you can also use the CableCARD security module
with your VCR. to receive HDTV programs.
When using component cable. When using DVI cable. (INPUT 5)
G-LINK cable

Component video
cable
(commercially
AV cable Audio cable available)
(commercially (commercially
available) available)
S-video cable
(commercially available) This connection is This end is connected
necessary when to the TV.
ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable DVI cable
using TV Guide On (commercially available) (commercially available)
Screen’s recording Digital TV STB
function. G-LINK VCR
(commercially cable
available)
(OUTPUT) VCR (INPUT)
1 inch Digital TV STB
G-LINK wand
NOTE
• When attempting to record copy protected material on a VCR or other recording device, the copy protection will activate NOTE
and the protected material will not be recorded correctly. In addition, attempting to display copy protected material on a • See page for connecting a Digital TV STB to HDMI terminal.

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monitor connected via a VCR, whether for the purpose of viewing or not, will cause an inferior quality picture to be
displayed. This is not a fault of the equipment. Please view copy protected material by connecting the product directly to When using composite cable. Cable box connection
the monitor. (for TV Guide On Screen)

Connecting a game console or camcorder G-LINK cable

A game console, camcorder and some other audiovisual equipment are conveniently connected using the
INPUT 3 terminals.
NOTE AV cable
(commercially
• The S-video terminal has priority over the video terminals. available)

This end is connected


to the TV.
Digital TV STB

G-LINK Cable Box


cable

S-video cable AV cable 1 inch


(commercially (commercially G-LINK wand
available) available)
NOTE
• To receive TV program listings in the TV Guide On Screen system, please connect your cable box
using this input, marked “VIDEO”. Do not connect the cable box to the “COMPONENT” video as you
will not receive any TV program listings.

Game console/Camcorder
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Appendix
Troubleshooting-Digital broadcasting RS-232C port specifications
Ë The error message about reception of broadcast PC Control of the TV
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• When a program is set, the TV can be controlled from the PC using the RS-232C terminal.
The example of an error message The input signal (PC/AV) can be selected, the volume can be adjusted and various other adjustments and
displayed on a screen Error code Possible Solution
settings can be made, enabling automatic programmed playing.
• Check the antenna cable. Check that the antenna is correctly
• Failed to receive broadcast. E202 • Attach an RS-232C cable cross-type (commercially available) to the supplied Din/D-Sub RS-232C for the
setup.
connections.
• No broadcast now. E203 • Check the broadcast time in the program guide.
NOTE
Ë The cautions about i.LINK • This operation system should be used by a person who is accustomed to using computers.
Caution sentence Possible Solution Communication conditions
• Record/Playback may fail on the selected model. • Displayed when you have selected a device that is not Set the RS-232C communications settings on the PC to match the TV's communications conditions.
compatible with the TV, or that does not have DTLA copy The TV's communications settings are as follows:
protection technology installed.
Baud rate: 9,600 bps
• Wrong connection or no i.LINK connection was • Displayed when a problem is experienced with a connection
found. Refer to Operation Manual on connection. using i.LINK cable. Check the connection, and re-connect the Data length: 8 bits
cable if necessary. Parity bit: None
Stop bit: 1 bit
• The selected model is disabled to record/play. • Displayed when the device you have selected is already being
Check that no other model is used. used by another i.LINK connected device. To operate the Flow control: None
selected device from the TV, you will first have to override
control from the other device. Communication procedure
Send the control commands from the PC via the RS-232C connector.
The TV operates according to the received command and sends a response message to the PC.
PC compatibility chart Do not send multiple commands at the same time. Wait until the PC receives the OK response before sending
the next command.
PC/MAC Resolution Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency VESA Standard
PC 31.5 kHz 60 Hz Command format
640 x 400
37.9 kHz 85 Hz O Eight ASCII codes + CR
31.5 kHz 60 Hz

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720 x 400 Command 4-digits:Command. The text of four characters.
37.9 kHz 85 Hz O
C1 C2 C3 C4 P1 P2 P3 P4 Parameter 4-digits:Parameter 0 – 9, x, blank, ?
VGA
31.5 kHz 60 Hz O Command 4-digits Parameter 4-digits Return code
37.9 kHz 72 Hz O
640 x 480
37.5 kHz 75 Hz O Parameter
43.3 kHz 85 Hz O Input the parameter values, aligning left, and fill with blank(s) for the remainder. (Be sure that 4 values are input for the
WVGA 848 x 480 31.5 kHz 60 Hz parameter.)
35.1 kHz 56 Hz O When the input parameter is not within an adjustable range, "ERR" r eturns. (Refer to "Response code for mat".)
37.9 kHz 60 Hz O Any numerical value can replace the "x" on the table.
SVGA 800 x 600 48.1 kHz 72 Hz O 0
46.9 kHz 75 Hz O
53.7 kHz 85 Hz O 0 0 0 9
48.4 kHz 60 Hz O
56.5 kHz 70 Hz O – 3 0
XGA 1024 x 768
60.0 kHz 75 Hz O
68.7 kHz 85 Hz O 1 0 0
1280 x 720 45.0 kHz 60 Hz
WXGA
1280 x 768 48.1 kHz 60 Hz 0 0 5 5
SXGA 1280 x 1024 64.0 kHz 60 Hz O
When "?" is input for some commands, the pr esent setting value responds.
MAC13" VGA 640 x 480 34.9 kHz 67 Hz
MAC16" SVGA 832 x 624 49.7 kHz 75 Hz ?
MAC19" XGA 1024 x 768 60.2 kHz 75 Hz
? ? ? ?

Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks


of Apple Computer, Inc.
DDC is a registered trademark of Video Electronics
Standards Association.
Power Management is a registered trademark of
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
VGA and XGA are registered trademarks of
International Business Machines Co., Inc.
Appendix Basic adjustment settings
Response code format AV input mode menu items Digital Setup

Normal response List of AV menu items to help you with


CableCARD Menu
O K operations Video Setup
Picture Audio Setup
Return code (0DH)
i.LINK Setup
Problem response (communication error or incorrect command) OPC
Backlight
E R R Contrast *PC input mode menu items
Brightness
Return code (0DH) List of PC menu items to help you with
Color
Tint
operations
Command table
• Commands not indicated here are not guaranteed to operate. Sharpness *When INPUT5 is set to PC.
CONTROL ITEM COMMAND PARAMETER CONTROL CONTENTS Advanced
POWER SETTING P O W R 0 _ _ _ It shifts to standby. C.M.S. Picture
INPUT SELECTION A TOGGLE I T G D x _ _ _ (Toggle) It input-switches by the toggle. (It is the same as an input change key)
TV I T V D x _ _ _ It input-switches to TV. (A channel remains as it is. (Last memory)) Color Temp.
INPUT1-5 I A V D * _ _ _ Input terminal number (1–5) It input-switches to INPUT1~INPUT5. OPC
i.LINK L I N K x _ _ _ It input-switches to i.LINK.
Sharpness Enhancement
INPUT SELECTION B INPUT 1 I N P 1 0 _ _ _ AUTO An input change is also included. Automatic Contrast Backlight
1 _ _ _ VIDEO
3D-Y/C Contrast
2 _ _ _ COMPONENT
INPUT 2 I N P 2 0 _ _ _ AUTO Monochrome Brightness
1 _ _ _ VIDEO
2 _ _ _ COMPONENT
Film Mode Red
INPUT 5 I N P 5 5 _ _ _ DIGITAL PC I/P Setting Green
6 _ _ _ ANALOG PC
7 _ _ _ DIGITAL AV
Blue
8 _ _ _ ANALOG AV Advanced
AV MODE SELECTION A V M D 0 _ _ _ (Toggle) Although it can choose now, it is toggle operation in inside.
1 _ _ _ STANDARD
Audio C.M.S.
2 _ _ _ MOVIE Sharpness Enhancement
3 _ _ _ GAME
4 _ _ _ USER Treble
5 _ _ _ DYNAMIC (Fixed)
6 _ _ _ DYNAMIC
Bass
VOLUME V O L M * * _ _ Volume (0–60)
Audio
Balance
H-POSITION H P O S * * * _ AV mode. ( ± 10)
POSITION * * * _ INPUT5: AV mode. ( ± 90) Dolby Virtual
* * * _ PC mode. (0–180) Treble

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V-POSITION V P O S * * * _ AV mode. ( ± 20)
* * * _ INPUT5: AV mode. ( ± 50)
Bass
* * * _ PC mode. (0–100) Balance
Power Control
CLOCK C L C K * * * _ Only PC mode. (0–180)
PHASE P H S E * * * _ Only PC mode. (0–40)
Dolby Virtual
VIEWMODE W I D E 0 _ _ _ (Toggle) [AV] Although it can choose now, it is toggle operation in inside.
1 _ _ _ Side Bar [AV] No Signal Off
2 _ _ _ S.Stretch [AV]
3 _ _ _ Zoom [AV]
No Operation Off
Power Control
4 _ _ _ Stretch [AV]
5 _ _ _ Normal [PC]
6 _ _ _ Zoom [PC]
7 _ _ _ Stretch [PC] Setup Power Management
8 _ _ _ Dot by Dot [PC]
MUTE M U T E 0 _ _ _ (Toggle)
1 _ _ _ On
2 _ _ _ Off EZ Setup
Setup
Dolby Virtual A C D V 0 _ _ _ (Toggle) CH Setup
1 _ _ _ On
2 _ _ _ Off Antenna Setup-DIGITAL
AUDIO SELECTION A C H A x _ _ _ (Toggle)
Input Label Input Signal
SLEEP TIMER O F T M 0 _ _ _ OFF Auto Sync.
1 _ _ _ OFF TIMER – 30 MIN. Parental CTRL
2 _ _ _ OFF TIMER – 60 MIN.
Position Input Label
3 _ _ _ OFF TIMER – 90 MIN.
4 _ _ _ OFF TIMER – 120 MIN. Picture Flip Fine Sync.
CHANNEL DIRECT D C C H * * * _ The channel number of TV An input change is included if it is not TV display. Picture Flip
CHANNEL (1–125) In Air, 2–69ch is effective.
Standby Mode
(ANALOG) In Cable, 1–125ch is effective. Language Standby Mode
DIRECT D A 2 P * * * * (0101-9999) DIGITAL Air (Two-Part numbers, 2-digit plus 2-digit) Language
CHANNEL D C 2 U * * * _ (0-999) DIGITAL Cable (Two-Part numbers, 3-digit plus 3-digit)
(DIGITAL) Front half of DIGITAL CABLE CHANNEL NO. (Designate major channel)
D C 2 L * * * _ (0-999) DIGITAL Cable (Two-Part numbers, 3-digit plus 3-digit)
Rear half of DIGITAL CABLE CHANNEL NO. (Designate minor channel) Option
D C 1 0 * * * * (0-9999) DIGITAL Cable (One-Part numbers, 5-digit, less than 10,000) Option
D C 1 1 * * * * (0-6383) DIGITAL Cable (One-Part numbers, 5-digit, more than 10,000)
CH UP C H U P x _ _ _ The channel number of TV + 1 If it is not TV display, it will input-switch to TV. (same function as CH )
CH DOWN C H D W x _ _ _ The channel number of TV – 1 If it is not TV display, it will input-switch to TV. (same function as CH )
Audio Only
Air/Cable SELECT A C S L 0 _ _ _ (Toggle) AIR CABLE R AI
Audio Only
→ → 3D Noise Reduction
1 _ _ _ AIR Input Select
2 _ _ _ CABLE Mosquito Noise Reduction
CC C L C P x _ _ _ (Toggle) Toggle operation of a closed caption.
Output Select
HDMI Setup
Quick Shoot
Input Select
NOTE Output Select
• If an underbar (_) appears in the parameter column, enter a space. Quick Shoot
Digital Setup
• If an asterisk (*) appears, enter a value in the range indicated in brackets under CONTROL CONTENTS. Caption Setup
• As long as that from which the parameter ( × ) in the table is a numerical value, it may write anything. Program Title Display
i.LINK Setup
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DIMENSIONS
Unit: inch (mm)

357/16 (900)

6157/64 (1572) 617/32 (165.6) 559/64 (150)

5623/64 (1431.4)

3611/32 (923)
419/64 (1045)
4543/64 (1160)
313/4 (806.4)
2717/32 (699)

417/32 (115)

1721/64 (440) 179/64 (435)


1213/16
(325)
25 /32 (650)
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REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS


1. Remove the terminal covers (top and bottom).
2. Remove the edge cover fixing screws (4 pcs.).
3. Remove the speaker fixing screws (4 pcs.).
4. Remove the decoration screws (4 pcs.).
5. Remove the stand fixing screws (6 pcs.).
6. Remove the operation button cover fixing screws (2 pcs.).
7. Remove the terminal screws (13 pcs.).
8. Remove the cabinet B fixing screws (26 pcs.).
9. Remove the cabinet B after opening from the direction of an arrow.
10. Disconnect all the connectors from all the PWBs.

Cabinet B 7
4
8 9
1
Terminal Cover
(Top) 6 Cabinet A

Operation Button Cover


1

2
Terminal Cover
(Bottom) 7
3 2 7

3 Speaker
Stand
3
Inverter-2 unit
Inverter-1 unit Main Power unit

P7301 10 10 SC4702 SC4701


10 P7501
P7302 P4804 P2205 P7502
P7309 SC4002 P7509
P7303 SC4001 P2206 P7503
P7304 P2204 P7309 P1702 P7504
P1105 P2204 P6102
P7305 PG1 PD1 PO P7510 P7505
P7310
P7306 P7506
P5405 P6103
P7401 P5003 P7601
P7402 10 P5703 P6201 P6100 10 P7602
SC5501 SC6201 P7309
P7403 P7603
SC7200 SC5502 Inverter-4 unit
Inverter-3 P7404 P7407 UNT1101 SC1800
C0001 PP
P7604
unit P7405 P1800 P6101 10 P7605
PG2 P5402 P2501
P7406 P7606
10
P7701 P7811 P7801
P7702 P7701 PD1 10 P202 SC6202 AC P7802
P7703 P7803
Inverter-5 Inverter-6 unit
P7704 CO501 P6901 P7804
unit P7705 PP P6902 10 P7805
P6903 SC6302
P154 P7706 P7806
SC6802 SC6801

P101 Line Filter unit


Ext-SP unit
R/C,LED unit
TCON Bottom unit
Sub Power unit

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11. Remove the cabinet A fixing screws (38 pcs.).


12. Remove the operation button fixing screws (2 pcs.).
13. Remove the KEY PWB fixing screws (3 pcs.). 11
14. Remove the R/C,LED PWB fixing screws (2 pcs.).
15. Remove the PWB Unit Ass’y fixing screws (11 pcs.).

Operation Button
12

13
Key PWB

Cabinet A

15
R/C, LED PWB

14

PWB Unit Ass'y

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16. Remove the AV terminal cover fixing screws (1 pc.).


17. Remove the AV terminal cover fixing screws (4 pcs.).
18. Remove the cooling fan fixing screws (2 pcs.).
19. Remove the LVDS PWB shield fixing screws (9 pcs.).
20. Remove the TCON TOP PWB shield and PWB angle fixing screws (14 pcs.).
21. Remove the cover board.
22. Remove the TCON BOTTOM PWB shield fixing screws (12 pcs.).
23. Remove the digital PWB shield fixing screws (11 pcs.).
24. Remove the LVDS PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
25. Remove the digital PWB fixing screws (5 pcs.).
26. Remove the digital terminal cover fixing screws (4 pcs.).
27. Remove the TCON TOP PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
28. Remove the TCON BOTTOM PWB fixing screws (5 pcs.).
29. Remove the EXT-SP PWB fixing screws (4 pcs.).
30. Remove the DC/DC PWB fixing screws (4 pcs.).
31. Remove the BUS CONNECTOR PWB fixing screws (2 pcs.).
32. Remove the BUS-CON PWB angle fixing screws (4 pcs.).
33. Remove the AV PWB fixing screws (4 pcs.).
34. Remove the main PWB fixing screws (2 pcs.).

JB052
P8901
18

23 20
P9501
Cooling Fan
Digital PWB
Shield (Top) 20

PWB Angle
26 TCON TOP PWB Shield
25 Digital PWB
Digital Terminal
Cover
26 Digital PWB Angle Cover Board

Bus Connector 32 25
21
PWB 34
31 27
Main PWB
Bus-Con Angle
33 TCON TOP PWB
AV Terminal 30
Cover

DC/DC PWB
17 LVDS PWB
24
LVDS PWB Shield
AV PWB

AV Terminal Cover 16

19

28 29
EXT-SP PWB
TCON BOTTOM PWB
22 TCON BOTTOM
PWB Shield

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35. Remove the inverter-1 PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).


36. Remove the inverter-3 PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
37. Remove the inverter-5 PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
38. Remove the inverter-2 PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
39. Remove the inverter-4 PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
40. Remove the inverter-6 PWB fixing screws (6 pcs.).
41. Remove the main power PWB fixing screws (9 pcs.).
42. Remove the sub power PWB fixing screws (9 pcs.).
43. Remove the line filter PWB fixing screws (8 pcs.).

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Main Power PWB

Inverter-2 PWB

35 38
Inverter-1 PWB

36 39

Inverter-3 Inverter-4
PWB PWB
37 40

Inverter-6 PWB
Inverter-5 PWB

42
Line Filter PWB 43

Sub Power PWB

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» Precautions in handling the liquid crystal panel


1. Handle it in a clean room. (above 50% humidity)
2. The worker must wear an earth band.
3. Be careful not to drop, vibrate and shock the panel.
4. Use an ionizer. (within 30 cm)
44. Remove the 20 lock screws from the LCD panel and detach the LCD panel.
45. Remove the 24 lock screws from the sheet angle, and detach the sheet angles.
46. Remove the reflection/deflection, prism, diffusion sheets and diffusion panel.
47. Remove the 12 lock screws from the lamp holder and detach the lamp holders -A , -B from the lamp unit.

Reflection Mirror
(PMiR-A085WJZZ)

Lamp Unit, x16


(KLMP-A079WJZZ)

48
46
47

45

Lamp Holder-A, x2
(LHLDZA601WJKZ)

47
Lamp Holder-B, x2
(LHLDZA602WJKZ)

Diffusion Panel
(PCOVUA069WJZZ)
Diffusion Sheet
(PSHEPA377WJZZ)
Prism Sheet
(PSHEPA376WJZZ)

44 45 Reflection/deflection Sheet
(PSHEPA375WJZZ)

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ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
The adjustment values are set to the optimum conditions at the factory before shipping. If a value should
become improper or an adjustment is required due to part replacement, make an adjustment according to the
following procedure.

1. After replacement of any PWB unit and/or IC for repair, please note the following.
When replacing the following units, make sure to prepare the new units loaded with updated software.
DIGITAL unit: DKEYDD392VJ13

2. Upgrading of each microprocessor software

Caution: Never "POWER OFF" the unit when software upgrade is ongoing.
Otherwise the system may be damaged beyond recovery.

2-1 Software version upgrade


The model employs the following software.
» Main software
» Monitor microprocessor software
The main software and the monitor microprocessor software can be upgraded by using a general-purpose SD
memory card.
The followings are the procedures for upgrading, explained separately for each of the main software, the
monitor microprocessor software.

2-2 Main software version upgrade


Get ready before you start.
» SD memory card of 32MB or higher capacity
» PC running on Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP operating system
» SD memory card reader/writer with USB connectivity.
» SD memory card formatting software
(Downloadable at http://panasonic.jp/pavc/cs/sd/download/sd_formatter.html)

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Preparations
To upgrade the main software, it is necessary to get ready the SD card for version upgrade before you start.
Follow the steps below and create the SD card for version upgrade.

1 Insert the SD card into the SD card reader/writer. Start the SD card formatting software. Click [Format].
(When you have the drive options, select the drive where the SD card is inserted before you proceed.)

2 When the formatting is over, the following window appears. Click [OK].

3 Click [Exit] to finish the formatting.


Note: When you are done, take out the SD card once to make sure it is finished, and then insert it again.

4 Copy the binary image file KD6Uxxxx.SDC (named temporarily) for version upgrade to the root director
(folder) of the SD card drive.
Note: In the SD card drive, do not store other folders or unrelated files, or more than one binary image file for
version upgrade.
Now the SD card for version upgrade is ready.

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How to upgrade the software


1 Shut off the AC power (i.e. unplug the AC cord).
2 Insert the SD card for version upgrade (prepared as above) into the service socket located below left of the
right-side cooling fan in the rear of the unit, in a way that the cut corner of the SD card comes at the right-
hand side.
Note: If the SD card is inserted in a wrong way, the card will go deep inside the unit beyond retrieval.
Take due care to insert the SD card correctly.
3 While depressing the "SYSTEM RESET" button located below the RS-232C connector in the rear left side
of the unit, plug in the AC cord.
Note: While depressing the "SYSTEM RESET" button located in the rear left side of the unit, turn on the AC
power (i.e. plug in the AC cord).
Note: After the unit is started, you may release the "SYSTEM RESET" button.
4 After the unit startup, the system upgrade screen as shown below appears within 20-40 seconds.

5 Even a single failure in the process will trigger the upgrade failure screen as shown below. The word NG
changes to red for the item failed.
Note: In the event of a failure, repeat the upgrading process. If the process repeatedly fails, it is likely that the
hardware is troubled.

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6 Upon completion of the whole process, the upgrade success screen as shown below appears. You can
check the new software version on this screen. The version information appears after the upgrade is com-
plete.

7 Shut off the AC power to the unit (unplug the AC cord), and remove the SD card for version upgrade.
8 Now the software version upgrade is complete.
Note: When you are done with the software version upgrade, start the set, go to the top page of the adjustment
process screen and check the main software version information.

2-3 Monitor microprocessor software version upgrade


Get ready before you begin.
Get ready the same items as listed in the "Main software version upgrade".
Preparation
Create the SD card for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade in the same manner as explained in
the "Main software version upgrade". Copy the binary image file for monitor microprocessor software version
upgrade to the SD card drive.
How to upgrade the software
During the monitor microprocessor software version upgrade, the progress of upgrading is not shown on the
display screen. The upgrading process is seen in the blinking of the power LED.
1 Shut off the AC power to the unit (i.e. unplug the AC cord).
2 Insert the SD card for version upgrade (prepared as above) into the service socket located below left of the
right-side cooling fan in the rear of the unit, in a way that the cut corner of the SD card comes at the right-
hand side.
Note: If the SD card is inserted in a wrong way, the card will go deep inside the unit beyond retrieval.
Take due care to insert the SD card correctly.
3 While depressing the "SYSTEM RESET" button located in the rear left side of the unit, turn on the AC
power (i.e. plug in the AC cord).
Note: After the unit is started, you may release the "SYSTEM RESET" button.

Caution:
The moment this operation is done, the upgrading of the monitor microprocessor software starts.
While the upgrade is ongoing, never power off the unit. Otherwise the upgrade will fail and the
system may have a serious damage beyond recovery (inability to start).

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4 After the unit startup, the power LED starts blinking within 10-20 seconds.
5 Wait until the power LED stops blinking, the unit restarts automatically, and the normal startup screen
appears (it will take 2-3 minutes).
6 SShut off the AC power to the unit (unplug the AC cord), and remove the SD card for version upgrade.
7 Now the software version upgrade is complete.
Note: When you are done with the software version upgrade, start the set, go to the top page of the adjustment
process screen and check the monitor microprocessor software version information.

3. Entering and exiting the adjustment process mode


(1) Before entering the adjustment process mode, press the "RESET" button or execute the AV position RE-
SET in the video adjustment menu.
(2) While holding down the "VOL (–)" and "INPUT" keys at a time, plug in the AC cord of the main unit to turn
on the power.
The letter " <K> " appears on the screen.
(3) Next, hold down the "VOL (–)" and "CH (Ù)" keys at a time.
(The "VOL (–)" and "CH (Ù)" keys should be pressed and held until the display appears.)
Multiple lines of blue characters appearing on the display indicate that the unit is now in the adjustment
process mode.
When you fail to enter the adjustment process mode (the display is the same as normal startup), retry the
procedure.
(4) To exit the adjustment process mode after the adjustment is done, unplug the AC cord from the outlet to
make a forced shutdown. (When the power was turned off with the remote controller, once unplug the AC
cord and plug it again. In this case, wait 10 seconds or so before plugging.)

Caution: Use due care in handling the information described here lest your users should
know how to enter the adjustment process mode. If the settings are tampered with in this
mode, unrecoverable system damage may result.

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4. Remote controller key operation and description of display in adjustment process


mode
(1) Key operation
Remote controller keys On-set keys Function
CH (Ù/ù) CH (Ù/ù) Moving up and down items to select (line by line)
VOL (+/–) VOL (+/–) Modifying the setting of an item selected (+1/–1)
CURSOR (UP/DOWN) Changing pages (previous/next)
CURSOR (LEFT/RIGHT) Modifying the setting of a line selected (+10/–10)
INPUT Switching between inputs (toggle-switching for items)
(TUNER→INPUT1→INPUT2→INPUT3→INPUT4→INPUT5)
ENTER Executing a function selected
* With the necessary signal being inputted, the start of the adjustment in question automatically introduces
that input.

(2) Description of display

(3) Current selection input


(2) Current page title
(4) Current color TV system

(1) Current page/ (5) Destination


Total pages
(6) LCD Panel size/Speaker type

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menu header
MAIN Version 1.11 (U 2005/09/21 1)
Monitor Version 1.00
VMOUSE Version 1.01US
DVS Version 54 (8) Parameters

EQ DATA CHECKSUM 22D


TTEMPERATURE ROTATE
FUN STATUS 000
STANDBY CAUSE 1) 0 2) 0 3) 0
4) 0 5) 0

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5. List of adjustment process mode menu


The character string in brackets [ ] will appear as a page title in the adjustment process menu header.
Page Line Item Description Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
1 [INFO]
1 MAIN Version Main software version
2
3 Monitor Version Monitor software version
4 VMOUSE Version Video mouse version
5 DVS Version DVS version
6 EQ DATA CHECKSUM Audio data checksum
7 TEMPERATURE CPU temperature
8 FUN STATUS FAN status ROTATE: rotating, STOP: stopped
9 STANDBY CAUSE Standby cause
2 [INIT]
1 INDUSTRY INIT Initialization to factory settings
(+Cause)
2 INDUSTRY INIT Initialization to factory settings
3 HOTELMODE Hotel mode
4 Center Acutime Accumulated main operation time
5 RESET Reset
6 Backlight Acutime Accumulated monitor operation time
7 RESET Reset
8 VIC XPOS X-coordinate setting for VIC READ
9 VIC YPOS Y-coordinate setting for VIC READ
10 VIC COLOR Collected color data setting for VIC READ
11 VIC SIGNAL TYPE Signal type setting for VIC READ
12 VIC READ Picture level acquisition function Level appears in green on the upper right.
3 [N358MAIN]
1 N358 ALL ADJ CVBS and TUNER signal
level adjustment
2 N358 MAIN ADJ CVBS signal level adjustment
3 TUNER DAC ADJ TUNER signal level adjustment
4 N358 MAIN CVBS and TUNER contrast
CONTRAST adjustment values
5 N358 MAIN Cb GAIN CVBS and TUNER Cb
gain adjustment values
6 N358 MAIN Cr GAIN CVBS and TUNER Cr
gain adjustment values
7 TUNER A DAC TUNER adjustment value
4 [TUNER TEST]
1 TUNER VCHIP TEST Tuning test and VCHIP test
(69ch) Tuning test and (69 ch)
VCHIP test (69 ch)
2 TUNER VCHIP TEST Tuning test and VCHIP test
(7ch) Tuning test and (7 ch)
VCHIP test (7 ch)
3 TUNER VCHIP TEST Tuning test and VCHIP test
(10ch) Tuning test and (10 ch)
VCHIP test (10 ch)
4 TUNER VCHIP Tuning test and VCHIP test
TEST(15ch) Tuning (15 ch)
test and VCHIP test
(15 ch)
5 MONIDATA Monitor temperature and No operation (not used)
READ[TEMP/OPC] OPC value indication
5 [COMP15KMAIN]
1 COMP15K ALL ADJ Component 15K picture
level adjustment
2 COMP15K MAIN ADJ Component 15K picture For models incompatible with picture-
level adjustment (main) in-picture, same as COMP15K ALL ADJ
3 COMP15K MAIN Contrast adjustment value
CONTRAST
4 COMP15K Cb GAIN Cb GAIN adjustment value
5 COMP15K Cr GAIN Cr GAIN adjustment value
6 COMP15K Y OFFSET Y OFFSET adjustment value
7 COMP15K Cb OFFSET Cb OFFSET adjustment value
8 COMP15K Cr OFFSET Cr OFFSET adjustment value

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6 [HDTV]
1 HDTV ADJ Component Hi-Vision
picture level adjustment
2 CONTRAST Contrast adjustment value
3 Cb GAIN Cb GAIN adjustment value
4 Cr GAIN Cr GAIN adjustment value
5 HDTV Y OFFSET Y OFFSET adjustment value
6 HDTV Cb OFFSET Cb OFFSET adjustment value
7 HDTV Cr OFFSET Cr OFFSET adjustment value
7 [HDMI]
1 HDMI ADJ HDMI picture level
adjustment
2 CONTRAST Contrast adjustment value
3 Cb GAIN Cb GAIN adjustment value
4 Cr GAIN Cr GAIN adjustment value
5 HDMI Y OFFSET Y OFFSET adjustment value
6 HDMI Cb OFFSET Cb OFFSET adjustment value
7 HDMI Cr OFFSET Cr OFFSET adjustment value
8 [DVI ANALOG]
1 DVI ANALOG ADJ DVI ANALOG adjustment
2 R CUTOFF R CUTOFF adjustment value
3 G CUTOFF G CUTOFF adjustment value
4 B CUTOFF B CUTOFF adjustment value
5 R DRIVE R DRIVE adjustment value
6 G DRIVE G DRIVE adjustment value
7 B DRIV B DRIVE adjustment valueE
9 [DVI DIGITAL]
1 DVI DIGITAL DVI DIGITAL picture level
ADJ(DVI) adjustment (input: DVI)
2 DVI DIGITAL DVI DIGITAL picture level
ADJ(HDMI) adjustment (input: HDMI)
3 R CUTOFF R CUTOFF adjustment value
4 G CUTOFF G CUTOFF adjustment value
5 B CUTOFF B CUTOFF adjustment value
6 R DRIVE R DRIVE adjustment value
7 G DRIVE G DRIVE adjustment value
8 B DRIVE B DRIVE adjustment value
10 [GAMMA INFO]
1 GAMMA LOAD
2 GAMMA 1 POS
3 GAMMA 2 POS
4 GAMMA 3 POS
5 GAMMA 4 POS
6 GAMMA 5 POS
7 GAMMA 6 POS
8 GAMMA SET POS
9 GAMMA PATTERN
11 [M GAMMA 1-3]
1 GAMMA 1 R WB adjustment Point 1, R Parameter for six-point adjustment
adjustment value
2 GAMMA 1 G WB adjustment Point 1, G
adjustment value
3 GAMMA 1 B WB adjustment Point 1, B
adjustment value
4 GAMMA 2 R WB adjustment Point 2, R
adjustment value
5 GAMMA 2 G WB adjustment Point 2, G
adjustment value
6 GAMMA 2 B WB adjustment Point 2, B
adjustment value
7 GAMMA 3 R WB adjustment Point 3, R
adjustment value
8 GAMMA 3 G WB adjustment Point 3, G
adjustment value
9 GAMMA 3 B WB adjustment Point 3, B
adjustment value

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12 [M GAMMA 4-6]
1 GAMMA 4 R WB adjustment Point 4, R Parameter for six-point adjustment
adjustment value
2 GAMMA 4 G WB adjustment Point 4, G
adjustment value
3 GAMMA 4 B WB adjustment Point 4, B
adjustment value
4 GAMMA 5 R WB adjustment Point 5, R
adjustment value
5 GAMMA 5 G WB adjustment Point 5, G
adjustment value
6 GAMMA 5 B WB adjustment Point 5, B
adjustment value
7 GAMMA 6 R WB adjustment Point 6, R
adjustment value
8 GAMMA 6 G WB adjustment Point 6, G
adjustment value
9 GAMMA 6 B WB adjustment Point 6, B
adjustment value
13 [SOUND 1]
1 AUDIO SW
2 NOISE SIN
3 INPUT TRIM SP
4 INPUT TRIM HP
5 IN OUT
6 PINK SIN
7 SIN
8 CLIPPER LEVEL
9 ANGLE
14 [SOUND 2]
1 DOLBY MASTER
VOLUME
2 SCART PRESCALE
3 FM AM PRESCALE
4 I2S1 PRESCALE
5 SCART1 VOLUME
6 SCART2 VOLUME
7 SUB VOLUME
DOLBY
8 SUB VOLUME
FLAT
9 SUB VOLUME EQ
10 SUB VOLUME HP
11 SUB VOLUME
CENTER SP
15 [SOUND 3]
1 BBE HF ADJUST
2 BBE LEVEL
3 BBE MACH3 F0
4 BBE MACH3 Q
5 BBE MACH3 GAIN
6 EQ MODE
7 PEQ1 F0
8 HPF FC
16 [SOUND 4]
1 PEQ1 Q
2 PEQ1 GAIN
3 PEQ2 F0
4 PEQ2 Q
5 PEQ2 GAIN
6 PEQ3 F0
7 PEQ3 Q
8 PEQ3 GAIN

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17 [SOUND 5]
1 PEQ4 F0
2 PEQ4 Q
3 PEQ4 GAIN
4 PEQ5 F0
5 PEQ5 Q
6 PEQ5 GAIN
18 [ETC]
1 EEP SAVE Writing setting values to
2 EEP RECOVER Reading setting values from
3 STANDBY CAUSE Reset standby cause
RESET

6. Signal adjustment
Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 COM BIAS Visual check 1. Follow the Display adjustment procedure in section 11 to enter the
process adjustment mode.
2. Move the curser to COMBIAS with the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key on the
remote controller and select a value with the "RIGHT/LEFT" key.
3. When the value is changed with the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key, a test
pattern appears. Make an adjustment so that the flicker in the center of
the screen is minimized.
4. After the adjustment, press the "ENTER" key on the remote controller to
exit.

2 GRAY LEVEL Visual check 1. Follow the Display adjustment procedure in section 11 to enter the
process adjustment mode.
B FINE
2. Move the curser to BTM ADJ with the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key on the
ADJUSTMENT
remote controller and select a value with the "RIGHT/LEFT" key.
3. With the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key, make the setting so that the level
difference between the upper and lower halves of the screen
disappears.
4. If there is no point for making the upper/lower level difference disappear,
use the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key on the remote controller to select BTM
FINEADJ, use the "Cursor LEFT/RIGHT" key to move the cursor to the
setting, and use the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key to enter a setting.
5. After the adjustment, press the "ENTER" key on the remote controller to
exit.

3 GRAY LEVEL Visual check 1. Follow the Display adjustment procedure in section 11 to enter the
B FINE process adjustment mode.
ADJUSTEMENT 2 2. Move the curser to BTM ADJ2 with the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key on the
remote controller and select a value with the "RIGHT/LEFT" key.
3. With the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key, make the setting so that the level
difference between the upper and lower halves of the screen
disappears.
4. If there is no point for making the upper/lower level difference disappear,
use the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key on the remote controller to select BTM
FINE2, use the "Cursor LEFT/RIGHT" key to move the cursor to the
setting, and use the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key to enter a setting.
5. After the adjustment, press the "ENTER" key on the remote controller to
exit.

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7. Special features
* STANDBY CAUSE (Page 1/18)
Display of a cause (code) of the last standby
The cause of the last standby is recorded in EEPROM whenever possible.
Checking this code will be useful in finding a problem when you repair the troubled set.
* EEP SAVE (Page 18/18)
Storage of EEP adjustment value
* EEP RECOVER (Page 18/18)
Retrieval of EEP adjustment value from storage area

8. Video signal adjustment procedure * Adjustment process mode menu is listed in section 5.
(1) Checking the instrument
ËChecking the signal generator level adjustment (Set to the standard level.)
» Composite signal : 0.714 Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (white from pedestal)
» 15K component signal : Y level : 0.714 Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (white from pedestal)
PB, PR level : 0.7 Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p
» 33K component signal : Y level : 0.7 Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (white from pedestal)
PB, PR level : 0.7 Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p
» DVI-I (analog RGB) signal : RGB level : 0.714 Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (white from pedestal)

(2) Process mode


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Process mode Enter the adjustment process mode according to the steps described in
section 3.

(3) Composite N358 signal, tuner adjustment


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting N358 signal • Feed the PAL split field color bar signal (75% color saturation) to VIDEO
1 input. Feed the RF signal to TUNER.
• Feed the internal signal to TUNER.
[Video input signal] [US-10ch]

Color saturation 75%

↑100% white ↑0% black ↑100% white

2 Automatic Move the cursor to [ËN358 ALL ADJ] and press the "ENTER" key. When
adjustment [ËN358 ALL ADJ FINISH] appears, the adjustment is complete.

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(4) Component 15K signal adjustment


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting 480i signal • Feed the 100% color bar signal to VIDEO 1 COMPONENT input.

480i, 100%
Color saturation 100%
color bar

↑100% white ↑0% black

2 Automatic Move the cursor to [ËCOMP 15K ALL ADJ] and press the "ENTER" key.
When [ËCOMP 15K ALL ADJ FINISH] appears, the adjustment is
adjustment
complete.

(5) Component 33K signal adjustment


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting 1080i signal • Feed the 100% color bar signal to VIDEO 1 COMPONENT input.

1080i, 100%
Color saturation 100%
color bar

↑100% white ↑0% black

2 Automatic Move the cursor to [ËHDTV ADJ] and press the "ENTER" key. When
[ËHDTV ADJ FINISH] appears, the adjustment is complete.
adjustment

(6) DVI-I (analog) signal adjustment


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting DVI-I (analog) signal: • Feed the XGA 100% white, 1/2window signal to DVI-I (analog) input.
XGA (1024 x 768)
60Hz 1/4
SYNC: HV separate
1/2 100% White

1/4 0% Black

1/4 1/2 1/4

2 Automatic Move the cursor to [ËDVI ANALOG ADJ] and press the "ENTER" key.
When [ËDVI ANALOG ADJ FINISH] appears, the adjustment is complete.
adjustment

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(7) DVI-I (digital) signal adjustment


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting DVI-I (digital) signal: • Feed the XGA 100% white, 1/2window signal to DVI-I (digital) input.
XGA (1024 x 768)
60Hz 1/4
SYNC: HV separate
1/2 100% White

1/4 0% Black

1/4 1/2 1/4

2 Automatic Move the cursor to [ËDVI DIGITAL ADJ] and press the "ENTER" key.
When [ËDVI DIGITAL ADJ FINISH] appears, the adjustment is complete.
adjustment

(8) HDMI signal adjustment


Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting Recommended • Prepare the 1080i/59.94 (30sF) RGB digital output signal.
signal generator: • Feed the 100% color bar signal from the signal generator's DVI terminal
Leader Electronics via the DVI-HDMI conversion cable to the HDMI input.(Dynamic range:
made LT448 Min. 16 to Max. 235)

1080i/59.94
(30sF): RGB 1080i, 100%
digital output Color saturation 100%
color bar

RGB digital

↑100% white ↑0% black


2 Automatic
Move the cursor to [ËHDMI ADJ] and press the "ENTER" key. When
adjustment [ËHDMI ADJ FINISH] appears, the adjustment is complete.

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9. White balance adjustment


(1) White balance adjustment
Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
1 Setting 1. Make the following settings for the set.
AV mode: [STANDARD]
Backlight: +12
Aging time: Min. 60 minutes

2 Automatic [Adjustment procedure]


adjustment 1. Enter the monitor adjustment process mode.
2. Go to Pattern Page 2.
3. Set the ADJ setting to 6 and press "ENTER" key.
4. Set the 6th point to the specified gradation level. Fix one of the R, G
and B colors as this point reference.
Adjust the other two colors for negative levels.
5. Set the 1st point to the specified gradation level. For the 1st-point G
setting, multiply the 1st-point G initial value by [the 6th-point G setting/
928] (rounded off).
Adjust the R and B settings to their 1st-point reference.
6. Set the 2nd point to the specified gradation level. For the 2nd-point G
setting, multiply the 2nd-point G initial value by [the 6th-point G setting/
928] (rounded off). Adjust the R and B settings to their 2nd-point
reference.
7. Set the 3rd point to the specified gradation level. For the 3rd-point G
setting, multiply the 3rd-point G initial value by [the 6th-point G setting/
928] (rounded off). Adjust the R and B settings to their 3rd-point
reference.
8. Set the 4th point to the specified gradation level. For the 4th-point G
setting, multiply the 4th-point G initial value by [the 6th-point G setting/
928] (rounded off). Adjust the R and B settings to their 4th-point
reference.
9. Set the 5th point to the specified gradation level. For the 5th-point G
setting, multiply the 5th-point G initial value by [the 6th-point G setting/
928] (rounded off). Adjust the R and B settings to their 5th-point
reference.
10. With CALC as 1, do the calculation and make sure the settings are as
specified.
[Adjustment reference] Instrument: Minolta CA-210 Engineering instrument
Level Reference Adj. tpec. Ins. Spec.
X=0.295 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
Point 6 928
y=0.305
X=0.295 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
Point 5 800
y=0.305
X=0.295 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
Point 4 528
y=0.305
X=0.295 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
Point 3 380
y=0.305
X=0.295 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
Point 2 285
y=0.305
X=0.295 ±0.0015 ±0.0030
Point 1 192
y=0.305
Remarks Set conditions for inspection
AV mode: [STANDARD] (Reset)
Monochrome: ON
Aging time: Min. 60minutes

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10. Factory settings


After making the factory settings, unplug the AC cord.
Note: Do not turn on the power once the factory settings have been made. Otherwise the factory settings
must be made again.

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Factory Finally unplug the • Move the cursor to the [INDUSTRY INIT (+Cause)] line.
settings AC cord. Using the "VOL (+)/(–)" keys, set this item ON and press the "ENTER"
key.
The version confirm window appears on the green screen. When
[SUCCESS] appears at the top, the factory settings are complete. (If an
error occurs. [ERROR] appears on the red screen.)
• Finally turn off the AC power.

The following settings are returned to the factory ones.


1) User settings
2) Channel data (broadcast frequencies, etc.)
3) Password setting
4) Running hours
5) Manufacturer's optional settings
6) Automatic installation flag
7) V-CHIP block setting

11. Display adjustment procedure


1. Entering and exiting the adjustment process mode
(1) Before entering the adjustment process mode, press the "RESET" button or execute the AV position
RESET in the menu video adjustment.
(2) While holding down the "VOL (+)" and "CH (Ù)" keys at a time, plug in the AC cord of the main unit to
turn on the power.
(The "VOL (+)" and "CH (Ù)" keys should be pressed and held until the display appears.)
The letter <K> appears on the screen.
(3) Next, press the remote controller key (VOL, CH, etc.).
Multiple lines of blue characters appearing on the display indicate that the unit is now in the adjustment
process mode.
When you fail to enter the adjustment process mode (the display is the same as normal startup), retry
the procedure.
(4) To exit the adjustment process mode after the adjustment is done, unplug the AC cord from the outlet to
make a forced shutdown. (When the power was turned off with the remote controller, once unplug the
AC cord and plug it again. In this case, wait 10 seconds or so before plugging.)

Caution: Use due care in handling the information described here lest your users should know
how to enter the adjustment process mode. If the settings are tampered with in this mode,
unrecoverable system damage may result.

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2. Adjustment process mode key operation table


Key Function 1 (when on the left side of a page) Function 2 (when changing a numeric value)
Cursor UP Moving up by one item or moving to the IIncrementing the adjustment value by one or
previous page (when at the top) executing the item (in the case of W or R item)
Cursor DOWN Moving down by one item or moving to the next Decrementing the adjustment value by one or
page (when at the bottom) executing the item (in the case of W or R item)
Cursor RIGHT Moving to the right by one item or moving to Moving to the right by one item
another page (in the case of the initial page)
Cursor LEFT Moving to the left by one item or moving to Moving to the left by one item
another page (in the case of the initial page)
ENTER Test pattern off Executing the item (in the case of W or R item)
INPUT Moving to the next page Moving to the next page
CH (ù) Moving up by one item or moving to the Incrementing the adjustment value by one or
previous page (when at the top) executing the item (in the case of W or R item)
CH (Ù) Moving down by one item or moving to the next Decrementing the adjustment value by one or
page (when at the bottom) executing the item (in the case of W or R item)
VOL (+) Moving to the right by one item or moving to Moving to the right by one item
another page (in the case of the initial page)
VOL (–) Moving to the left by one item or moving to Moving to the left by one item
another page (in the case of the initial page)

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3. Lamp error detection


3-1. Feature description
This LCD TV incorporates a lamp error detection feature (lamp error detection) that automatically turns OFF
the power for safety under abnormal lamp or lamp circuit conditions.If anything is wrong with the lamp or
lamp circuit or when the lamp error detection feature is activated for some reason, the following will result.
1 The power of TV main body is turned OFF about six seconds after it is turned ON. (The power LED on
the front of the TV turns red from green and keeps blinking in red (ON for 240 ms and OFF for 1 sec).
2 If it occurs five times consecutively, it becomes impossible to turn ON the power. (The power LED
keeps blinking in red (ON for 240 ms and OFF for 1 sec).
3-2. Measures
1) Checking with lamp error detection OFF
While the POWER switch is off, hold down the "CH (Ù)" and "VOL (+)" keys and then turn the "POWER"
switch on. The display will run in the Display process mode (<K> will appear).
If there is a problem with a lamp or a lamp circuit, the lamp will go out. (The power LED is blue.)
Then, you can check the operation to see if the lamp and lamp circuit are abnormal.
2) Resetting the lamp error count
After you have finished checking whether the lamp and lamp circuit are abnormal, reset the lamp error
count. If a lamp error is detected five consecutive times, the power cannot be turned on.
Therefore, move to the [L ERR RESET] line, the 9th line on the first page of the Display process mode,
using the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key. Then, reset the [L ERR RESET] value using the "Cursor RIGHT/
LEFT" key. In this case, press the "Cursor UP/DOWN" key to reset it to 0.

Table of contents of adjustment process mode Page 0


0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
0 S E R V I C E I 6 5 G D 1 U
1 V L S B I A S 1 4 5
2 G R A Y L E V E L T 1 9 5
3 B T M A D J 0 0
4 B T M Values specific to each display
F I N E A D J 0 0
5 B T M A D J 2 0 0
6 B T M F I N E 2 0 0
7 C O M B I A S 1 0 0
8 L E R R R E S E T 5 Reset to "0 "
9 L C D
A P A T T E R N
B M O T O R A N D F A N
C O T H E R
D V E R B 0 1 0 0 0 0 G 7 F
E
F V E R M 0 1 0 0 0 0
After resetting to "0", perform an operational check to ensure that the lamp error detection feature is not activated.

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6. List of adjustment process modes (Display)


(Examples)
Table of contents of adjustment process mode Page 0
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
0 S E R V I C E I 6 5 G D 1 U
1 V L S B I A S 1 4 5
2 G R A Y L E V E L T 1 9 5
3 B T M A D J 0 0
4 B T M F I N E A D J 0 0
5 B T M A D J 2 0 0
6 B T M F I N E 2 0 0
7 C O M B I A S 1 0 0
8 L E R R R E S E T 0
A L C D
B P A T T E R N
C M O T O R A N D F A N
D O T H E R
E V E R B 0 1 0 0 0 0 G 7 F
F V E R M 0 1 0 0 0 0

LCD Page 1 LCD Page 2

LCD Page 3 LCD Page 4

LCD Page 5 LCD Page 6

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PATTERN Page 1 PATTERN Page 2

MOTOR FAN Page 1 OTHER Page 1

OTHER Page 2 OTHER Page 3

OTHER Page 4

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TROUBLE SHOOTING TABLE

No power (front LED failure to light up): Power ON procedure taken but no startup

NO
Is the AC cord connector tightly connected with the set? Reconnect the connector and turn on the power again.

YES
NO Replace F0003 and turn on the power. If the new fuse blows out,
Does F0003 function? replace IC0201 and D0201 and try to turn on the power.

YES
Replace F701 and turn on the power. If the new fuse blows out,
NO replace VA702, C701, C706, C0001, D0001, Q0101, Q0102,
Does F701 function? IC0101, C0501, D0501, IC0601, Q0601 and Q0602, and try to
turn on the power.

YES
NO Is there any part in trouble or circuit short-circuited along the
Is the BU+6V line (pin (1) of PD) as specified? BU+6V line?

YES YES NO
Check the BU+6V power circuit. (D0002-3,
NTC0001, Q0201, Q0202, Q0203, Q0204,
D0204 and D0206)

Remove the trouble or short-circuited spot, and check again.

Are the wire harnesses, FFCs and other cables tightly connected in NO Reconnect the wire harnesses, FFCs and other cables tightly, and
the set? check again.

YES

Is there a voltage of about 350V at C0301 and C0401 when the NO Check the PFC circuit. (Q0101, Q0102, D0101, IC0101, Q0601,
power is turned on? Q0602, D0601 and IC0601)

YES

NO Check the INV24V power circuit. (Q0301, Q0320, D0351, D0352,


Is there a voltage in the INV24V line just after the power is turned D0353, PC0301, IC0351, Q0801, Q0820, D0851, D0852, D0853,
on? PC0801 and IC0851)

YES
NO Check the UR15V power circuit. (Q0401, Q0420, D0451, D0452,
Is there a voltage in the UR15V line just after the power is turned PC0401 and IC0451)
on?

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No sound comes out. (1)

No sound comes out at UHF/VHF reception. No external input sound comes out.
YES <INPUT-1>
Is the SIF output from the tuner as specified? NO Is the L-ch audio signal inputted from pin (5) of input terminal J1101 to pin (13) of IC3805?
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(pin (7) of TU1101) Check tuner and its peripheral circuits. Is the R-ch audio signal inputted from pin (2) of input terminal J1101 to pin (9) of IC3805?
<INPUT-2>
YES Is the L-ch audio signal inputted from pin (6) of input terminal J1101 to pin (3) of IC3805?
Is the input signal to pin (67) (SOUNDIF1) of Is the R-ch audio signal inputted from pin (3) of input terminal J1101 to pin (7) of IC3805?
NO Check the peripheral circuits of filter circuits <INPUT-3>
IC2501 (MULTI_SOUND_PROCESSOR) as
(Q1145, Q1105-6). Is the L-ch audio signal inputted from pin (5) of input terminal J1106 to pin (1) of IC3805?
specified?
Is the R-ch audio signal inputted from pin (2) of input terminal J1106 to pin (6) of IC3805?
YES <INPUT-4>
Is the digital audio signal (HDMI_SPDIF) inputted from pin (78) of IC1912 to pin (43) of IC2702?
Are the audio signals from pins (34) and (33) Check the lines from pins (34) and (33) <INPUT-5>
NO Is the L-ch audio signal inputted from pin (2) of input terminal J1900 to pin (5) of IC3805?
(SC2_OUTL/R) of IC2501 to pins (32) and (33) of (SC2_OUTL/R) of IC2501 to pins (32) and (33) of
IC2702 (DIR) as specified? IC2702. Is the R-ch audio signal inputted from pin (3) of input terminal J1900 to pin (8) of IC3805?
YES YES
Are the audio outputs (A-OUT_L/R) from pins (28) NO Are signals LRCK, BICK, SDTO and SDTI Is the L-ch audio signal outputted to pin (15) of IC3805?
and (29) of IC2702 as specified? inputted/outputted from IC2702 to IC2700 (DSP) Is the R-ch audio signal outputted to pin (11) of IC3805?
normally?
YES
YES YES
Check IC2702 and its peripheral circuits. Are the audio signals inputted to pins (56) (L-ch) and (57) (R-ch) of IC2501?
YES
Is the audio input from pins (28) and (29) of Check circuits from pins (28) and (29) of IC2702 to
IC2702 to pins (11) and (15) of IC2502 (STEREO NO pins (11) and (15) of IC2502. (MUTE circuit:
AMP) normal? Q2515-7)
YES
NO
Is the audio output from IC2502 normal? Check IC2502 and its peripheral circuits. No audio output when receiving digital
broadcasting
YES

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Is the speaker switching relay (RY2501) normal? Is analog audio signal supplied from the digital unit NO
to pins (14) and (12) of AV_UNIT connector (DA, Check the digital unit.
YES P1105)?
Check the connector (SP_P2501) of AV UNIT and YES
periphery of speaker.

Is audio signal supplied to pins (53) and (54) NO


Check between P1105 and IC2501.
(SC2_IN_L/R) of IC2501?
YES
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No sound comes out. (2)

No monitor audio output comes out. No monitor audio output when receiving digital
YES broadcasting

Is the audio output of monitor output set to YES Reset the audio output of monitor output to YES
"Variable"? "Fixed". Is digtal audio signal supplied from the main unit to NO
pins (10) ~ (13) of AV UNIT connector (FC, Check the digital unit.
NO
SC5401)?
Are audio output pins (37) and (36)
(SC1_OUT_L/R) of IC2501 (MULTI_SOUND_ NO Check IC2501 and its peripheral circuits. YES
PROCESSOR) as specified?
Are signals I2SLRCLK, I2CDATA, I2SSCLK and NO Check from the connector (FC, SC5401) of AV
YES AUDMCLK inputted to the input terminals (pins (1) UNIT to the periphery of IC5704.
Are audio output pins (7) and (1) of IC2504 NO to (4)) of IC5402 (DAC)?
(EQ_AMP) as specified? Check IC2504 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
YES
Are the analog-converted audio signals outputted NO
Are the audio signals inputted to input terminal to output terminal pins (11) and (8) of IC5402? Check IC5401 and its peripheral circuits.
pins (2) and (5 ) and pins (14) and (15) of IC1108 NO Check the line from IC2504 to IC1108.
(AUDIO_SW)? YES
YES NO
Does IC5401 (AUD_AMP) function well? Check IC5401 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Are audio output pins (3) and (13) of IC1108 as NO Is the control signal inputted to pin (10) of IC1108
specified? Are audio signals supplied to the input terminal NO Check between IC5401 and IC1108.
as specified?
pins (1)/(4) and (11)/(12) of IC1108? (Q1107, Q1108, etc.)
YES YES
Check the line from IC1108 to the MONITOR Check IC1108 and its peripheral circuits.
OUTPUT (J1106) terminal.

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At the input of <composite video signal> No picture comes out (1)

No external line input <INPUT-1> No external line input <INPUT-2> Select INPUT-2 on the input select menu
Select INPUT-1 on the input select menu
screen to have a desired input signal. screen to have a desired input signal.
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Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select NO Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select
If the INPUT-1 characters on the menu NO If the INPUT-2 characters on the menu
menu screen? menu screen?
screen are gray and impossible to select: screen are gray and impossible to select:
YES YES
See if the video signal detection function See if the video signal detection function
works. Check the line between pin (11) of works. Check the line between pin (10) of
J1101 and pin (70) of IC3800. J1101 and pin (76) of IC3800.

Is the video signal inputted to pin (65) of NO Check the line between pin (8) of J1101 and Is the video signal inputted to pin (71) of NO Check the line between pin (8) of J1101 and
IC3800 (AV SWITCH)? pin (65) of IC3800. IC3800 (AV SWITCH)? pin (71) of IC3800.
YES YES

NO Check IC3800 (AV SWITCH) and its


Is the video signal outputted to pin (60) of IC3800? peripheral circuits.
YES

Is the video signal inputted to pin (1) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Check the line between IC3800 and IC3807.
(Q3807, etc.)
YES

NO Make sure that the control signal is fed to


Is the video signal outputted to pin (20) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)?
pins (3) and (22) of IC3807.
YES

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Is the video signal outputted to pin (22) of the AV unit's connector (PB_P5404)? NO Check the line between IC3807 and P5404.
(Q3803, Q3808, etc.)
YES

NO Check the B-to-B connector "PB".


Is the video signal inputted to pin (22) of the main unit's connector (PB_CN1800)?

YES
Is the video signal inputted to pin (2) of IC402 (L.P.F.) via the buffer Q404? NO Check the line between connector PB and
IC402. (Q404, etc.)
YES

Is the video signal inputted to pin (135) of IC400 (3D-YC & CHROMA) via the buffer Q408? NO Check the line between pins (27) and (28) of
IC402 and pin (135) of IC400.
YES

Is the digital video signal outputted from the output terminals of IC400? NO
Check IC400 and its peripheral circuits.
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At the input of <composite video/S-video signals> No picture comes out (2) No picture at UHF/VHF broadcast reception

No external line input <INPUT-3> Select INPUT-3 on the input select menu Is the video signal outputted to the output NO Check or replace the tuner and its peripheral
screen to have a desired input signal. terminal pin (17) of tuner (TU1101)? circuits.
Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu NO IIf the INPUT-3 characters on the menu YES
screen? screen are gray and impossible to select: Is the video signal inputted to pin (7) of NO Is the level adjustment control signal fed
YES IC1103 (LEVEL ADJ)? from pin (1) of IC1105 to pin (6) of IC1103?
See if the video signal detection function YES NO
works. Check the line between pin (11) of
J1106 and pin (2) of IC3800. YES Is the tuner video signal inputted to pin (17) NO Check or replace IC1105 (CONTROL) and
of IC3800 (AV SWITCH)? its peripheral circuits.
See if the S-video signal detection function
Are the signals inputted to the input works. Check the line between pin (6) of
terminals of IC3800 (AV SWITCH)? SC1105 and pin (6) of IC3800. No picture at digital broadcast reception
<Composite video signal input>
Is the video signal inputted to pin (3) of NO Is the video signal inputted from the digital NO
IC3800? Check the line between pin (8) of J1106 Check the digital unit.
unit to the AV unit's connector (DA_P1105)?
and pin (3) of IC3800.
<S-video signal input>
YES
Are the Y and C signals inputted to pins (5) NO Check the line between pins (3 and 4) of
and (7), respectively, of IC3800? SC1105 and pins (5) and (7) of IC3800. Is the digital video signal inputted to input NO
Check the digital unit.
terminal pins (90) thru (122) of the main
YES unit's connector (DM_SC2100)?

<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal outputted to pin (60) of IC3800? NO Check IC3800 (AV SWITCH) and its
<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals outputted to pins (60) and (59), respectively, of IC3800? peripheral circuits.
YES

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<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal inputted to pin (1) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Check the line between IC3800 and IC3807.
<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals inputted to pins (1) and (5), respectively, of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? (Q3807, Q3805, etc.)
YES
<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal outputted to pin (20) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Make sure the control signal is inputted to
<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals outputted to pins (20) and (18), respectively, of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? pins (3) and (22) of IC3807.
YES
<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal outputted to pin (22) of the AV unit's connector (PB_P5404)? NO Check the line between IC3807 and P5404.
<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals outputted to pins (22) and (20), respectively, of the AV unit's connector (PB_P5404)? (Q3803, Q3808, Q3802, Q3809, etc.)
YES
<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal inputted to pin (22) of the main unit's connector (PB_CN1800)? NO Check the B-to-B connector "PB".
<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals inputted to pins (22) and (20), respectively, of the main unit's connector (PB_CN1800)?
YES
<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal inputted to pin (2) of IC402 (I.P.F.) via the buffer Q404? NO Check the line between connector PB and
<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals inputted to pins (8) and (6), respectively, of IC402 (I.P.F.) via the buffer Q404? IC402. (Q404, Q413, etc.)
YES
<Composite video signal input> Is the video signal inputted to pin (135) of IC400 (3D-YC & CHROMA) via the buffer Q408?
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<S-video signal input> Are the Y and C signals inputted to pins (135) and (149) of IC400 (3D-YC & CHROMA) via the buffers Q408 and Q409, respectively?
YES NO

Check the line between pins (27) and (28) of IC402 and pin (135) of IC400.
Check the Y signal line between pins (19) and (20) of IC402 and pin (135) of IC400, as well as
the C signal line between pin (22) of IC402 and pin (149) of IC400.

NO
Is the digital video signal outputted from the output terminals of IC400? Check IC400 and its peripheral circuits.
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At the input of <component video signal> No picture comes out (3)

No external line input <INPUT-1> Select INPUT-1 on the input select menu No external line input <INPUT-2> Select INPUT-2 on the input select menu
screen to have a desired input signal. screen to have a desired input signal.
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Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select NO If the INPUT-1 characters on the menu Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select NO If the INPUT-2 characters on the menu
menu screen? screen are gray and impossible to select: menu screen? screen are gray and impossible to select:
YES YES
See if the component video signal detection
function works. Check the line between pin See if the component video signal detection
(11) of J1107, pin (38) of IC3800 (AV function works. Check the line between pin
SWITCH) and pin (78) of IC2501 (MULTI (10) of J1107 and pin (40) of IC3800 (AV
SOUND PROCESSOR). SWITCH).

Is the component video signal inputted to NO Is the component video signal inputted to NO
Check the line between the input pins from Check the line between the input pins from
pins (21), (23) and (25) (Y, PB, PR) of pins (27), (29) and (31) (Y, PB, PR) of
J1107 to IC3801. J1107 to IC3801.
IC3800 (AV SWITCH)? IC3800 (AV SWITCH)?
YES YES
NO Check IC3800 (AV SWITCH) and its
Are the Y, PB and PR signals outputted to pins (60), (59) and (58), respectively, of IC3800?
peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the Y signal inputted to pin (1) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Check the line between IC3800 and
Is the Cb signal inputted to pin (5) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? IC3807. (Q3807, Q3806, Q3805, etc.)
Is the Cr signal inputted to pin (3) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)?
YES
Is the Y signal outputted to pin (20) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Make sure that the control signal is fed to
Is the Cb signal outputted to pin (18) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)?

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pins (3) and (22) of IC3807.
Is the Cr signal outputted to pin (16) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)?
YES
Is the Y signal outputted to pin (22) of the AV unit's connector (PB_P5404)? NO Check the line between IC3807 and P5404.
Is the Cb signal outputted to pin (20) of the AV unit's connector (PB_P5404)? (Q3803, Q3808, Q3802, Q3809, Q3801,
Is the Cr signal outputted to pin (18) of the AV unit's connector (PB_P5404)? Q3810, etc.)
YES
Is the Y signal inputted to pin (22) of the main unit's connector (PB_CN1800)? NO
Is the Cb signal inputted to pin (20) of the main unit's connector (PB_CN1800)? Check the B-to-B connector "PB".
Is the Cr signal inputted to pin (18) of the main unit's connector (PB_CN1800)?
YES
Is the Y signal inputted to pin (8) of IC3702 (L.P.F.)? NO Check the line between connector PB and
Is the Cb signal inputted to pin (11) of IC3702 (L.P.F.)? IC3702.
Is the Cr signal inputted to pin (13) of IC3702 (L.P.F.)?
YES
Is the Y signal inputted to pin (6) of IC3700 (ADC)? NO Check the Y signal line between pins (24) and (25) of IC3702 and pin (6) of IC3700.
Is the Cb signal inputted to pin (2) of IC3700 (ADC)? Check the Cb signal line between pins (20) and (21) of IC3702 and pin (2) of IC3700.
Is the Cr signal inputted to pin (14) of IC3700 (ADC)? Check the Cr signal line between pins (16) and (17) of IC3702 and pin (14) of IC3700.
YES
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NO
Is the digital video signal outputted from the output terminals of IC3700? Check IC3700 and its peripheral circuits.
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No picture comes out.

No monitor video output when receiving digital


broadcasting
YES
Is the video signal from the digital unit inputted NO
Check the digital unit.
to the connectors (DA, P1105) Pin (10)
(Composite) and Pin (8), (6) (S signal) of
AV_UNIT?
YES
Is the video signal inputted to the following NO Check the line from P1105 to IC1104.
pins of IC1104 (Video_SW)?
<Composite video signal> Pin (8)
<S signal> Pin (11): SY-SUB, Pin (16): SC-
SUB
YES
Is the video signal outputted to the following NO Check the control signals inputted to pins (2),
pins of IC1104 (Video_SW)? (7) and (12) of IC1104.
<Composite video signal> Pin (6)
<S signal> Pin (5): SY-SUB, Pin (3): SC-SUB
YES
Check the monitor output terminals and their
peripheral circuits. (Q1113-5, Q1203-4,
Q1148)

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No picture from DVI input (digital) (1)

No digital PC output No digital AV output


Is the signal inputted from the DVI (SC1900) NO With a PC connected, is IC1915 (EEPROM) With a PC connected, is IC1911 (EEPROM) YES Check the settings of external equipment
connector to the input terminals RX0± (pins accessed by I2C to read the data? accessed by I2C to read the data? connected.
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(43) and (44)), RX1± (pins (47) and (48)), NO NO


RX2± (pins (51) and (52)) and RXC± (pins
(39) and (40)) of IC1912 (HDCP_LSI)? Are both the output pins (12) and (14) of IC1917 Are the output pins (12) and (14) of IC1917 at the YES Check IC1915 and its peripheral circuits.
(EEPROM) at the H level? L and H levels, respectively?
NO NO
In the analog AV mode, are both the output pins In the analog PC mode, are the output pins (12) and YES Check IC1917 and its peripheral circuits.
(12) and (14) of IC1917 at the L level? (14) of IC1917 at the H and L levels, respectively?

A NO NO
Check the I2C signal line (FPGA SCL/FPGA SDA) at pins (1) and (2) of IC1917.

No picture from DVI input (analog) (2)

No analog PC output No analog AV output


Is the DVI_H/V signal inputted from the DVI NO With a PC connected, is IC1915 (EEPROM) With a PC connected, is IC1911 (EEPROM) YES Check the settings of external equipment
(SC1900) connector to pins (1) and (3) of accessed by I2C to read the data? accessed by I2C to read the data? connected.
IC1901? Are the R, G and B signals also NO NO
inputted to pins (1), (3) and (5) of IC1904?
Are the output pins (12) and (14) of IC1917 Are both the output pins (12) and (14) of IC1917 YES
Check IC1915 and its peripheral circuits.
YES (EEPROM) at the H and L levels, respectively? at the L level?
NO NO
In the digital AV mode, are the output pins (12) and In the digital PC mode, are both the output pins (12) YES Check IC1917 and its peripheral circuits.
(14) of IC1917 at the L and H levels, respectively? and (14) of IC1917 at the H level?
NO NO
A

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Check the I2C signal line (FPGA SCL/FPGA SDA) at pins (1) and (2) of IC1917.

Are the H_sync and V_sync signals outputted to pins (2) and (3) of IC1912, as well as the R, G and B signals to pins (14), (17) and (20) of IC1912? NO Check IC1912 and its peripheral circuits.
YES

Are the H_sync and V_sync signals outputted from pins (11) and (3) of IC1903 (BUFFER)? NO Check IC1903, IC1901 and their peripheral
Are the R, G and B signals outputted from pins (20), (18) and (16) of IC1901 (MULTIPLEXER)? circuits.

YES

Are the R, G and B signals outputted to pins (20), (18) and (16) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Check IC3807 and its peripheral circuits.
YES

Are the H_sync and V_sync signals outputted from pins (9) and (10) of the AV unit's connector PB (P5404)? NO Check IC3807, IC1903 and their peripheral
Are the R, G and B signals outputted from pins (22), (20) and (18) of the AV unit's connector PB (P5404)? circuits.
YES
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Are the H_sync and V_sync signals inputted to pins (9) and (10) of the main PWB's connector PB (CN1800)? NO
Check the "PB" harness.
Are the R, G and B signals inputted to pins (22), (20) and (18) of the main PWB's connector PB (CN1800)?

YES

Are the H_sync and V_sync signals inputted to pins (26) and (25) of IC3701 (A/D_CONV.)? NO
Check IC3701, IC3702 and their peripheral
Are the R, G and B signals inputted to pins (8), (11) and (13) of IC3702 (L.P.F.)? circuits.
YES
NO
Are the R, G and B signals inputted to pins (8), (2) and (14) of IC3700 (A/D_CONV.)? Check IC3700 and its peripheral circuits.
No picture from HDMI input

Is the signal inputted from the HDMI NO With a HDMI equipment connected, is IC1913 (EEPROM) accessed by I2C to read the YES Check the settings of external HDMI
(SC1901) connector to the input terminals DDC_I2C_CLOCK/DATA data? equipment connected.
R1X0± (pins (62) and (63)), R1X1± (pins (66) NO
and (67)), R1X2± (pins (70) and (71)) and
R1XC± (pins (58) and (59)) of Check IC1913 and its peripheral circuits.
IC1912 (HDCP_LSI)?
YES
YES
Are the RESET#, INT and SCDT signals inputted and outputted at pins (102), (104) and (103) of YES Check IC1912 and its peripheral circuits.
IC1912?
NO
Check the line between IC1912 and IC800 (FPGA).

Are the HDMI_H and HDMI_L signals outputted to pins (2) and (3) of IC1912, as well as the Y, Pb and Pr signals to pins (14), (17) and (20) of IC1912? NO Check IC1912 and its peripheral circuits.
YES

Are the HDMI_H and HDMI_L signals outputted from pins (11) and (3) of IC1903 (BUFFER)? NO Check IC1903, IC1901 and their peripheral
Are the Y, Pb and Pr signals outputted from pins (20), (18) and (16) of IC1901 (MULTIPLEXER)? circuits.

YES

Are the Y, Pb and Pr signals outputted to pins (20), (18) and (16) of IC3807 (MULTIPLEXER)? NO Check IC3807 and its peripheral circuits.
YES

NO

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Are the HDMI_H and HDMI_L signals outputted from pins (9) and (10) of the AV unit's connector PB (P5404)? Check IC3807, IC1903 and their peripheral
Are the Y, Pb and Pr signals outputted from pins (22), (20) and (18) of the AV unit's connector PB (P5404)? circuits.
YES

Are the HDMI_H and HDMI_L signals inputted to pins (9) and (10) of the main PWB's connector PB (CN1800)? NO
Check the "PB" harness.
Are the Y, Pb and Pr signals inputted to pins (22), (20) and (18) of the main PWB's connector PB (CN1800)?

YES

Are the HDMI_H and HDMI_L signals inputted to pins (26) and (25) of IC3701 (A/D_CONV.)? NO
Check IC3701, IC3702 and their peripheral
Are the Y, Pb and Pr signals inputted to pins (8), (11) and (13) of IC3702 (L.P.F.)? circuits.
YES
NO
Are the Y, Pb and Pr signals inputted to pins (8), (2) and (14) of IC3700 (A/D_CONV.)? Check IC3700 and its peripheral circuits.
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No picture and sound

NO
Is the power LED on in blue? Is the D/L indicator blinking in red?
YES YES NO
Check the power unit.

Blinking once?
NO YES
Go to "No backlight".

Blinking twice?
NO YES
Go to "Power failure".

Is the backlight off? Blinking 3 times?


YES NO YES
Go to "No backlight". Check the communication between main
CPU and monitor CPU.

Blinking 5 times?
NO YES
Check the "temperature error" in the set.

Go to "Improper picture".

250ms 1sec

1) Power LED in red 3) Communication failure details (D/L LED blinking 3 times + OPC LED blinking)
Type of error Power LED (red) behavior (one cycle) Type of error OPC LED behavior (one cycle)
H: ON H: ON
Lamp failure Initial communication
Blinking once: Rapid reception failure Blinking once
L: OFF L: OFF
H: ON H: ON
Power failure Startup confirm reception
Blinking twice failure Blinking twice
L: OFF L: OFF
Communication failure H: ON H: ON
Regular communication
between main and failure Blinking 3 times
monitor CPUsBlinking 3 times L: OFF L: OFF
H: ON H: ON
Monitor temperature error Restart failure
Blinking 5 times Blinking 4 times
L: OFF L: OFF

2) Power failure details (D/L LED blinking twice + OPC LED blinking)
Type of error OPC LED behavior (one cycle)
H: ON
15V error
Blinking once
L: OFF
H: ON
BS10V error
Blinking twice
L: OFF
H: ON
9V(A) error
Blinking 3 times
L: OFF
H: ON
VSH3.3V error
Blinking 4 times
L: OFF
H: ON
LCD controller PWB 3.3V
error Blinking 5 times
L: OFF
Digital PWB 3.3V error H: ON
Blinking 6 times
L: OFF
H: ON
Microprocessor failure
Blinking 7 times
L: OFF

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Onscreen noises with QS drive on

Get started in the monitor process and enter "01" for YES Check the following and their peripheral circuits: L4101 thru
PATTERN3 on PATTERN PAGE1. Does noise appear? L4105, L4201 thru L4205, SC4201, SC6201, FPC, LVDS_
NO unit, SC6202, SC6302, FPC and TCON_BOTTM unit.

Enter "21" for PATTERN3 on PATTERN PAGE1. Does noise NO Check the line between IC4101 and IC4102 and that
appear? between IC4201 and IC4202, and their peripheral circuits.
YES

Enter "11" for PATTERN3 on PATTERN PAGE1. Does noise NO Check the line between IC4101 and IC4103 and that
appear? between IC4201 and IC4203, and their peripheral circuits.
YES

Is the setting on the right of LCD PAGE2 in the process NO Check IC4101, IC4201 and their peripheral circuits.
adjustment mode "T255"?
YES

Is the cable properly connected between motor PWB and NO


Reconnect the cable or replace the cable with new one.
TCON-TOP PWB?
YES

Is there a voltage of 3.3V at pin (75) of IC2301 NO Pin (75) of IC2301 defective.
(Microprocessor: main PWB)?
YES

Thermistor on TCON-BOTTOM PWB defective.

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Improper picture

The test pattern properly appears onscreen. Is YES Is the VSYNC signal properly inputted to pin NO Check SC2301, SC2201 and their peripheral
the other display white all over? (2) of IC4401? circuits.
NO YES
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Check IC4003, IC4001, IC4004 and their


peripheral circuits.

The test pattern properly appears onscreen. Is YES YES Check IC2301, SC2301, SC2201 and their
Is there 3.3V at pin (5) of IC2201?
the other display black all over? peripheral circuits.
NO NO

Check P5302, P2204, IC2203 and their


peripheral circuits.
Check the line between IC4303 and SC4702
and that between IC4903 and SC4701.
YES

Switch to REV DISP on LCD PAGE1 in the YES Enter "02" for PATTERN1 on PATTERN PAGE1 NO Is there problem with the top half of the YES Is there problem with the left or right half
process mode. Does the problematic spot stay in the adjustment process menu. Is the screen? alone?
there? gradation pattern properly displayed?
NO NO
NO

Enter "21" for PATTERN3 on PATTERN PAGE1 NO Check the line between IC4101 and IC4102 Check IC4501, IC4503 and their peripheral
in the adjustment process menu. Is the and that between IC4201 and IC4202, as well circuits.
gradation pattern properly displayed? as their peripheral circuits.
YES
Check the line between IC6403 and SC6802
Change from 0 to 255 the PATTERN A on NO and that between IC6303 and SC6801.

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Check the line between IC4001 and IC4101
PATTERN PAGE1 in the adjustment process and that between IC4004 and IC4201, as well
menu. Is the entire gradation pattern properly YES
as their peripheral circuits.
YES

Is there problem with the screen's left half YES Check the line between IC4004 and SC4002 Is there problem with the bottom half of the YES Is there problem with the left or right half
alone except for the test pattern? and that between IC3201 and SC3200, as well screen? alone?
NO as FPC. NO NO

Check IC6601 and its peripheral circuits.


Is there problem with the screen's right half YES Check the line between IC4001 and SC4001 The screen is partially whitish or darkish.
alone except for the test pattern? and that between IC3203 and SC3201, as well
NO as FPC.

Is there problem with the entire screen except YES Check IC3300 and its peripheral circuits.
for the test pattern?
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No backlight

The power LED is blinking in red in the microprocessor's * The inverter is giving out the ERR signal.
lamp error mode.

Output conditions: Have the following to keep the SPC terminal voltage at over 2.2V.
Get short-circuited the capacitors that are connected with
VS terminal > 1.25V
pin (22) of IC7301, IC7401, IC7501, IC7601, IC7701 and
IS terminal < 0.6V
IC7801 of the inverter units 1 thru 6. Turn on the AC power
COMP terminal < 0.6V
of the set in the
COMP terminal > 1.25V

Check for a lighting-failure inverter unit. Turn off the power


within 3 seconds. Check the output voltages of the power unit.

NO

Is the voltage being supplied to the inverters at 24V? NO Keep the connectors open and check the voltages. Are they
(P7310, P7510, P7407, P7607, P7711, P7811) all at 24V?
YES YES

Check the input-side parts of the transformers T7301 thru


T7306, T7401 thru T7406, T7501 thru T7506, T7601 thru
T7606, T7701 thru T7706, and T7801 thru T7806.

Are there voltages of over 2.5 V at pins (1) (DUTY) and (16) Check all the connectors for tightness. (P7308, P7309,
NO
(STB) of IC7301, IC7401, IC7501, IC7601, IC7701 and P7508, P7509, P7408, SC7401, P7608, SC7601, SC7701,
IC7801? SC7801)
YES

Is there the output voltage of 8.5V at IC7302, IC7402, NO Check the peripheral circuits of IC7301, IC7401, IC7501,
IC7502, IC7602, IC7702 and IC7802? IC7601, IC7701 and IC7801.
YES
Check the connections of P7301 thru P7306, P7401 thru
Are there startup voltages at the terminals COMP1, NO P7406, P7501 thru P7506, P7601 thru P7606, P7701 thru
COMP2, VS1-2 and IS1-2 of IC7301, IC7401, IC7501,
P7706 and P7801 thru P7806.
IC7601, IC7701 and IC7801?
Check the output-side diodes and their peripheral parts of
YES T7301 thru T7306, T7401 thru T7406, T7501 thru T7506,
and T7601 thru T7606.

Check the peripheral circuits of IC7301, IC7303, IC7401,


IC7403, IC7501, IC7503, IC7601, IC7603, IC7701, IC7703,
IC7801 and IC7803.

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Partially whitish or darkish screen

Enter "02" for PATTERN1 on PATTERN PAGE1 in the YES


adjustment process menu. Is the gradation pattern properly
displayed (whitish or darkish)? Is the entire screen whitish or darkish except for the test
NO pattern?

NO
Disconnect the FPCs from SC4701, SC4702, SC6801 and
SC6802 (to protect the panel against damages).
YES

Check the voltages being supplied to the panel


Pin 2: VH0 7.92V Check the AVC.
Pin 3: VH31 10.01V
Pin 4: VH63 10.50V
Pin 5: VH95 10.93V
Pin 6: VH127 11.14V
Pin 7: VH159 11.46V
Pin 8: VH191 11.87V
Pin 9: VH247 13.76V
Pin10: VH255 14.08V
Pin11: VLS 15V
Pin31: VSH 3.3V
Pin59: VL0 7.71V
Pin58: VL31 5.61V
Pin57: VL63 5.03V
Pin56: VL95 4.38V
Pin55: VL127 4.018V
Pin54: VL159 3.614V
Pin53: VL191 3.126V
Pin52: VL247 1.061V
Pin51: VL255 0.12V
Pin78: VGH Square wave (32V-15V)
Pin79: VGL 7V

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FUNCTIONS OF MAJOR ICs (VIDEO PROCESSOR)


∫ IC3800 (MM1630CQ)
Video switch controlled by I2C BUS to select 4 color difference signals (component signals), 5 S-video signals
and 8 composite signals.
The analog video signal input from each input terminal and the tuner is sent to this IC and selected. The video
signal output from here is input into the video decoder (IC400) with a built-in Y/C separation via the low-pass
filter (IC402), and the component video signal is input into the A/D converter (IC3700) via the low-pass filter
(IC3702).

∫ IC3805 (NJM2750M)
4-input/1-output stereo audio selector, composed of a switch operation amplifier and controlled by 2-input
digital signals.
The audio signal input from each input terminal is sent to this IC and selected. The audio signal output from
here is fed to the digital amplifier (IC2502) via IC2501 (SOUND PROCESSOR).

∫ IC402 (SM5313AS)
5-channel video buffer with a built-in LPF (Low-Pass Filter). It switches S-terminal/composite/component signals,
and activates the 6 dB amplifier to send signals to each terminal.

∫ IC400 (UPD64011B)
LSI whose chip incorporates 3-dimensional Y/C separation and color decoding functions. The built-in 3-channel
10-bit(Y/composite) ADC performs 10-bit image processing for analog inputs. After Y/C separation, chrominance
demodulation and various image quality adjustments are performed. Then the output interface outputs parallel
digital signals or ITU-R656 digital signals.

∫ IC401 (IXA452WJ)
16 MB (2-bank, 524288-word, 16-bit) synchronous DRAM, a frame delay memory (NTSC) for 3-dimensional
Y/C separation and color decoding of IC400 (UPD6401B).

∫ IC3702 (SM5302AS)
3-channel video buffer with a built-in 5th order LPF (Low-Pass Filter). Linear control is available for the LPF's
cutoff frequency of 4.8 MHz to 43 MHz. The LPF can be used for analog inputs and outputs of video signal
devices supporting 480i to 1080i.

∫ IC3700 (AD9981)
3-channel, 10-bit, 110M SPS A/D converter with a built-in amplifier and a PLL.
After controlling the level of component video signals and analog RGB input signals, A/D conversion is performed
using the clock generated by PLL to output signals at CMOS level.

∫ IC800 (IXA835WJ)
F.P.G.A. (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) for synchronous processing and signal selector of each digitized
input signal.

∫ IC3300 (IXB348WJ)
Performs data conversion such as I/P conversion and scaling for video signal processing to fit the digitized
video image according to the output resolution. An output digital signal is sent to IC3201 (LVDS TRANSMITTER).

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∫ IC3401/IC3403 (IXB375WJ)
1 M x 32 bit x 4 banks Graphic Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM, a memory for image processing and
buffering OSD data.

∫ IC3201/IC3203 (THC63LVD823)
170 MHz LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signaling) 24-bit interface chip for transmission. It is an LSI for
serializing and transmitting RGB signals, HD/VD/blanking signals and pixel clocks.
LVDS is a method for transmitting high-speed digital signals via cables driven by small-amplitude differential
signals.
A link consists of five pairs of differential signals. The TA, TB, TC, and TD pairs are used for data transmissions,
and the TCLK pair is used for pixel clock transmissions. Seven data bits of TA, TB, TC, and TD (28 in total) are
transmitted per pixel clock.
The input RGB (24-bit) signal and sync signal (HD, VD and DE) are allocated to 56 data bits, equivalent of two
links.
The odd- and even-phase video data (RGB, 8 bits each) from IC3300 are converted to LVDS signal. The same
signal is input to both IC3201 and IC3203, which means that the output signals from these ICs are of the same
type.

∫ IC2501 (IX3370CE)
IC for decoding voice data that decodes SIF files and acts as a selector of input voice data.

∫ IC4602 (IXB227WJ)
The EEPROM is designed to store the 10-bit gamma correction and crosstalk correction data. When the set is
switched on, the data is read to IC4601 (IXB001WJ).

∫ IC2702 (AK4586VQ)
24-bit CODEC with built-in 2-channel ADC and 6-channel DAC. (CODEC is a device that converts analog
signals to digital bit stream.) AK4586 also contains a 96 kHz/24-bit compatible DIR (Digital Audio Receiver),
and automatically detects non-PCM data stream such as AC-3 and MPEG.
CODEC is an electronic circuit, a type of AD/DA converter that converts analog voice data to digital codes, and
vice versa.

∫ IC2700 (NJU26150)
Processor IC consisting of a 24-bit DSP (Digital Signal Processor) core with built-in DIR and various interfaces.
It is activated by downloading a program written on IC2706 (E2PROM) to the built-in PRAM.
Its internal function is composed of sound delay, BBE and parametric equalizer, and performs digital processing
in the I2S format.
It has three input lines (SDI0, SDI1 and SDI2) and three output lines (SD00, SD01 and SD02). Two types of LR
clocks (LRI and LRO) and BCKs (BCKI and BCKO) establish data transfer on serial data lines.

∫ IC2701 (NJU26106)
Digital signal processor to decode matrix-encoded stereo signal (Lt/Rt). On this unit, it functions as the Dolby
Virtual.

∫ IC2702 (AK4586VQ)
The CODEC is internally equipped with 2-channel A/D converter and 6-channel DAC.
This device is an electronic circuit that serves to convert analog audio data to digital codes and also to convert
digital codes to analog data. This is a type of AD/DA converter.

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∫ IC2709 (AK4353)
96 kHz/24-bit compatible stereo CMOS D/A converter with a built-in digital audio transmitter.

∫ IC2502 (TA2024)
Class-T type digital audio power amplifier with a maximum continuous output of 15 W/ch.

∫ IC2300 (IXB345WJ)
Sub microprocessor's monitor microcomputer that communicates with main microprocessor and operates the
system. It also controls power of the entire system.

∫ IC3701 (TB1308FG)
IC for synchronous processing for format detection and for frequency measurement. Its chip incorporates
functions required for frequency measurement of input signals and those for synchronous play. It is compatible
with horizontal synchronous play (15.75 kHz, 31.5 kHz, 33.75 kHz, 45 kHz) and vertical synchronous play
(525I, 525P, 625I, 750P, 1125I, 1125P, PAL 100 Hz, NTSC 120 Hz).

∫ IC1912 (SiI9021)
Digital interface receiver with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) composed of the dual-input
type TMDS (Transition-Minimized Differential Signaling).
Supports both HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) and DVI (Digital Visual Interface).

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FUNCTIONS OF MAJOR ICs (MONITOR)


∫ IC4001/IC4004 (IXB001WJ)
These ICs are for picture quality correction and left/right split processing.
i) De-contouring: Reduces disturbing noises such as false contours.
ii) LUT system γ correction: Corrects white balance using LUT system.
iii) Color management: Manages gradation between sub-pixels for data outputs.
iv) Advanced BDE: Displays 10-bit quality images on 8-bit panels.
v) Left/right split processing: Selects video data, destined for the QS (Quick Shoot) driver, depending on the
panel setup status.
The input signals consist of dual-link LVDS (RGB, 8 bits each), whereas the output signals are composed of
CMOS (RGB, 8 bits each). Also the sync signal (H,V,DE) which gets in sync with the input signal as well as the
free-running signal (H,V,DE) are output from these ICs. IC4001 and IC4004 serve to give the right-hand and
left-hand video data, respectively, when viewed from the panel front.

∫ IC4003 (IXA998WJ)
The EEPROM stores the 10-bit gamma correction data and crosstalk correction data. When the unit gets
started, the data are read onto the IXB001WJ. (The master IC is IC4004.)

∫ IC4101/IC4201 (IXB002WJ)
The QS (Quick Shoot) driver receives the signals from the picture quality correction and left/right split processing
ICs, and QS-drives them according to the temperature parameter settings of the monitor microprocessor.
LVDS is then activated to give out two lines of signals (for the top LCD controller and the bottom LCD controller).
The control of operational FIFO ICs(IC4102, IC4202:RH-IXA986WJZZQ)is also taken care of here.
IC4101 and IC4201 serve to give the right-hand and left-hand video data, respectively, when viewed from the
panel front.

∫ IC4102/IC4202 (IXA986WJ)
The 26M-bit FIFO ICs work as the QS operational memory.

∫ IC4103/IC4203 (IXB442WJ)
This is a QS parameter storage EEPROM. The data are read frame by frame into the QS driver.

∫ IC4303/IC4903/IC6303/IC6403 (IXA990WJ)
The LCD controller functions like this. The LVDS RGB signals are received from the QS driver (left screen and
right screen) and fed to the FIFO ICs (IC4308, IC4908, IC6308, IC6408: RH-IXA986WJZZQ), as a frame
memory, for top/bottom split processing. The resulting video signals (RSDS) are output to the LCD panel.
IC4303, IC4903, IC4303 and IC6403 serve to give the upper right, upper left, lower right and lower left video
data, respectively, when viewed from the panel front. The control signals for dimmer circuit and CS circuit are
also generated in these ICs. IC4303 is connected with such circuits.

∫ IC4401 (IXB472WJ)
This IC identifies the sync signals and gives out the CS (Chip Select) signal.
With the monitor in the independent mode, the input signal is counted by this IC to identify its synchronization:
i) No sync, ii) 1080p, iii) VGA and iv) Others. Major ICs are under the 3-wire serial control. The CS (Chip
Select) signal for these ICs is generated by this IC.

∫ IC4501/IC6601(BD8133FV)
These ICs have a 19-circuit FET output to supply TFT LCD gradation reference power. The 16 circuits are
used as gradation power, whereas the 2 circuits are employed to control the CS amplitude voltage.

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∫ IC4503 (LP2951CM)
The IC generates reference power for the BD8133FV reference voltage and the VH255 signal.

∫ IC7003/IC7103 (IXB461WJ) IC7006/IC7106 (IXB462WJ)


The 12-layer CPLD ICs control the CS circuit. IC7003 and IC7006 control the CS circuit for the upper-half of
the screen, whereas IC7103 and IC7106 the CS circuit for the lower half.

∫ IC4808 (MD1422N)
Using the 13V output from IC4808, the DC/DC IC generates the 8V signal for panel power (15VÅA- 7VÅA32V).

∫ IC1701 (LM2642MT)
This DC/DC IC generates the 3.3V signal (for two lines) for the PWBs.

∫ IC2471 (TPS850)
On this photo IC, the backlight brightness is controlled according to the output voltage of this IC when the
brightness sensor input comes in.

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OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM


H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM


H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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DISPLAY BLOCK DIAGRAM


H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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MAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM


H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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DIGITAL BLOCK DIAGRAM


H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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AV BLOCK DIAGRAM
H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM


H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES


H

EXT-SP Unit (Wiring Side)


(QPWBSD225WJN1)
F

3
S201 S202
LUG201

LUG202
P202

D201 D206

C202 C203 C204 C205


D202 D203 D204 D205
C201

TH202
D207
E
J203
TH201
LUG203

LUG204

D EXT-SP Unit (Chip Parts Side)


(QPWBSD225WJN1)

KEY Unit (Wiring Side)


(QPWBSD339WJN1)

B
P177

D176
S178

S176

S177

S179

S180

P176
R179

R176
S181

D178

Q176 R177 D177 R178


1

A
KEY Unit (Chip Parts Side)
(QPWBSD339WJN1)
1 2 3 4 5 6

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BUS CONNECTOR Unit (Wiring Side)

TP5002 TP5006 TP5010

TP5004
P5003

P5001

TP5001 TP5005 TP5009

E
TP5003 TP5007

D5003 D5002
R5001

R5003
R5002

R5004

LUG5001
P5002
D5004 D5001 1

BUS CONNECTOR Unit (Chip Parts Side)


D

R/C, LED Unit (Wiring Side)


(QPWBXD532WJN2)

R2490
D2471

R2495
R2476

KAME4 R2487
Q2475

C2472 Q2479
R2489

C2471 P2472
Q2474

R2471

R2496
C2474
R2478
R2477
R2474

R2492
R2479

SLD2471

P2471
Q2473

RMC2471
Q2478

R2480
R2498
R2497
Q2472
R2475

R2499

R2494

D2484 D2483 R2488 D2473 IC2471


R2473

C2476
R2472

C2475

A
R/C, LED Unit (Chip Parts Side)
(QPWBXD532WJN2)

1 2 3 4 5 6

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F LVDS Unit (Side-A)

R6255

R6231

R6256 R6232
R6272 R6236
6
LUG6208 LUG6201 R6254 R6230 LUG6202

R6253

R6229
R6252 R6228
R6210 R6212

R6251

R6227
R6261
E R6209

IC6202
R6250

R6226
L6208
R6208
L6209
IC6204

L6210 R6207
R6249 R6225
SC6202

SC6201
L6211 R6206
R6247 R6223 C6280
L6212 R6234 R6258

R6248 R6224

R6246 R6222 R6271 R6235


R6211
R6205

R6245

R6221
C6282 R6257 R6233
R6237 R6213 R6204
R6262
R6244 R6220 R6203

IC6201
L6203 R6238 R6214
R6202

R6243

R6219
L6204
IC6203

R6201
L6205
L6206 R6242 R6218
L6207 C6279

R6241

R6217
2

P6201
D D6201

R6240

R6216
LUG6205

1
C6281
D6202
R6239 R6215 LUG6204
LUG6209

LVDS Unit (Chip Parts Side-A)

C
C6210
C6257

C6230 C6214

C6261
C6262
C6256
C6255

C6217

C6227
C6228
FB6203 C6212 FB6210
C6263
C6204 C6211
C6201 C6226 C6222
C6253
C6252

C6203 R6264

C6234
C6236
FB6202
C6219 R6260 FB6209
C6254

C6264
C6265
C6239
C6277 C6224
C6250
C6249

C6266
C6216

FB6211 C6251
C6248

B C6267
C6209
C6229

C6205 C6220

C6268
C6269
C6202 C6213
FB6214
C6247
C6246

FB6204 C6232

C6258
C6259
FB6208
C6207

C6231
C6278
C6225
C6238 C6206
C6237
C6208

C6221
C6260
C6244
C6243

FB6201
R6259 FB6207

C6233
C6235 C6276
C6215 C6245 R6263
FB6212 C6223
C6242

C6240

C6270
C6271
L6201
TL6201

C6241
TL6203

L6202 C6272

C6273
C6274
FB6213

C6218
TL6206

4 C6275

3
TL6207

A
LVDS Unit (Chip Parts Side-B)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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INVERTER-1 Unit (Wiring Side)

P7306 P7305 P7304 P7303 P7302 P7301

D
C7356

C7354

C7345

C7343

C7335

C7333

C7324

C7322

C7313

C7311

C7303

C7301
C
T7306

T7305

T7304

T7303

T7302

T7301
C7355 C7346 C7344 C7336 C7334 C7325 C7323 C7314 C7312 C7304
R5922 R5920 R5918 R5916 R5914 R5912 R5910 R5908 R5906 R5904
R5921 R5919 R5917 R5915 R5913 R5911 R5909 R5907 R5905 R5903
D7332

D7327

D7326

D7321

D7320

D7314

D7313

D7308

D7307

D7302
C7302
R5902

R7332
R7331
R7313
R7312
D7334

D7329

D7328

D7323

D7315

D7310

D7309

D7304
C7357 R5901
R5924

D7301
D7322

D7316
R5923 C5911 C5910 C5909 C5908 C5905 C5904 C5903 C5902
R7334 R7327 R7385 R7321 R7315 R7382 R7310 R7302
D7333

R7333 R7326 R7387 R7320 C5907 C5906 R7314 R7384 R7309 R7301

D7303
R7323 R7316
R7322 R7317
D7335

C5901

C5912 R7304
C7360

C7348

C7347

C7359

C7350

C7341

C7349

C7337

R7335 C7326 C7315


R7303
R7336
C7328 C7317 C7305 C7310

C7327 C7318 C7306 C7307


C7376
C7339

C7331

C7338

C7329

B
R7358
D7337

D7336

D7331

D7330

D7325

D7324

D7318

D7317

D7312

D7311

D7306

D7305
C7375
C7374
C7373
R7357
C7377

C7320 C7316
R7359
Q7328

Q7327

Q7324

Q7323

Q7318

Q7317

Q7314

Q7313

Q7310

Q7309

Q7304

Q7303
C7381

R7394
R7392
C7385
R7354 R7353

C7386
C7379
R7367

C7362 C7351 C7340 D7341 R7389 C7330 C7380 C7319


R7370

R7356 C7308
Q7329

R7360
R7355
R7399

R7375
R7305 R7345 C7372

R7368

R7361
IC7303
Q7335 D7340
R7328 R7329

IC7302
R7374
R7371 R7369
P7308

IC7301 C7371
R7373

R7318
R7306 R7348
C7387
R7372

R7307

R7349
C7363 C7353 C7342 IC7304 C7332 C7321 C7309
R7393

Q7330 R7351 R7391

C7378
C7370
C7369

C7366
R7352
R7308

C7367
D7339
R7342
C7365
R7340
R7339
R7341
R7343
R7344
R7396
R7346
C7384

C7368
R7347

R7350
R7398
R7397

R7311 R7319
F7302

F7301
R7362

P7309

R7365 P7310
R7366
LUG7302 LUG7301

A 1
2
6 5

INVERTER-1 Unit (Chip Parts Side)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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INVERTER-2 Unit (Wiring Side)

6 5 2
1
LUG7502 LUG7501
R7565 R7566

P7510

P7509

F7501
F7502

R7597
R7598
R7519 R7511

R7547
C7568

C7584
R7596
R7546
R7544
R7543
R7539
R7541
R7540
C7565
R7542
D7539
C7567

R7508
R7552
R7550
R7529 R7528 C7569

C7570
C7578
C7566 C7532

R7593

R7506
R7507
R7551 IC7504

R7573 R7572
C7563 C7553 C7542 Q7530 C7521 C7509
R7591
R7549

C7587
R7563

R7518
R7548 R7505
P7508

C7572 R7545
IC7501 R7569

IC7502
C7571

R7561

Q7535
R7567 R7568

IC7503

R7599
R7555
D7541 R7575

C7579
D7540 R7574

Q7529
C7540 R7571 C7530
R7589 R7570
C7581 R7556

C7586
C7562 C7551 R7560 C7580 C7519 C7508
R7553 R7554

C7577
C7575
Q7528

Q7527

Q7524

Q7523

Q7518

Q7517

Q7514

Q7513

Q7510

Q7509

Q7504

Q7503
R7592
R7594

R7557
C7573
C7574

C7576
C7585

R7559

C7527

C7520

C7526

C7528
D7537

D7536

D7531

D7530

D7525

D7524

D7518

D7517

D7512

D7511

D7506

D7505
C7537

C7549

C7550

C7541

R7558

C7529

C7538

C7539

C7531
C7547 C7548

C7515

C7517

C7518

C7516

C7506

C7505

C7507

C7510
C7559 C7560 R7501
R7502
R7533 C5932
R7534

D7504
C C5941
R7520 R7514
D7534

R7521 R7515

D7502
R7536 R7587 R7526 R7522 C5938 C5935 R7517 R7509 R7584 R7503
R7535 R7585 R7527 R7523 R7516 R7510 R7582 R7504

D7523

D7515
D7532

C5942 C5939 C5940 C5937 C5936 C5933 C5934 C5931 R5953


R5954
D7535

D7528

D7529

D7522

D7516

D7509

D7510

D7503
R7531
R7532
R7512
R7513
R5971 C7504
R5972
D7533

D7526

D7527

D7520

D7521

D7513

D7514

D7507

D7508

D7501
C7555

R5973 R5967 R5969 R5963 R5965 R5959 R5961 R5955 R5957 R5951
R5974 R5968 R5970 R5964 R5966 R5960 R5962 R5956 R5958 R5952
C7557 C7544 C7546 C7534 C7536 C7523 C7525 C7512 C7514 C7502
T7506

T7505

T7504

T7503

T7502

T7501
B
C7554

C7556

C7543

C7545

C7533

C7535

C7522

C7524

C7511

C7513

C7501

C7503
P7506 P7505 P7504 P7503 P7502 P7501

INVERTER-2 Unit (Chip Parts Side)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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INVERTER-3 Unit (Wiring Side)

P7406 P7405 P7404 P7403 P7402 P7401

D
C7458

C7456

C7450

C7448

C7441

C7439

C7432

C7430

C7424

C7422

C7415

C7413
C
T7406

T7405

T7404

T7403

T7402

T7401
C7457 C7451 C7449 C7442 C7440 C7433 C7431 C7425 C7423 C7416
R7422 R7420 R7418 R7416 R7414 R7412 R7410 R7408 R7406 R7404
R7421 R7419 R7417 R7415 R7413 R7411 R7409 R7407 R7405 R7403
D7431

D7426

D7425

D7420

D7419

D7414

D7413

D7408

D7407

D7402
C7414
R7402

R7448
R7447
R7433
R7432
D7433

D7428

D7427

D7422

D7415

D7410

D7409

D7404
C7459 R7401
R7424

D7401
D7421

D7416
R7423 C7411 C7410 C7409 C7408 C7405 C7404 C7403 C7402
R7450 R7444 R7491 R7440 R7435 R7489 R7430 R7426
D7432

R7449 R7443 R7492 R7439 C7407 C7406 R7434 R7490 R7429 R7425

D7403
R7442 R7436
R7441 R7437
D7434

C7401

C7412 R7428
C7493

C7461

C7460

C7492

R7451 C7435 C7446 R7427


C7491

C7453

C7452

C7490

R7452
C7487 C7426 C7421 C7437
C7489

C7444

C7443

C7488

C7486 C7464 C7417 C7418


C7476

B
R7472
D7436

D7435

D7430

D7429

D7424

D7423

D7418

D7417

D7412

D7411

D7406

D7405
C7475
C7474
C7473
R7471
C7477

R7473

C7434 C7427
Q7412

Q7411

Q7410

Q7409

Q7408

Q7407

Q7406

Q7405

Q7404

Q7403

Q7402

Q7401
C7481

R7497
R7495
C7483
R7468 R7467

C7484
C7462 C7454 C7445 D7439 R7493 C7436 C7480 C7428
R7483

R7470 C7419
Q7413

C7479 R7474
R7469
R5802

R7488
R5804 R7459 C7472

R7481

R7475
IC7403
Q7415 D7438
R7445 R7446

IC7402
R7487
R7484 R7482

SC7401
P7408

IC7401 C7471
R7486

R7480
R7462
C7485
R5805

IC7404 R7463
R7485

C7463 C7455 C7447 C7438 C7429 C7420


R7496

Q7414 R7465 R7494

C7478
C7470
C7469

R5803 C7466
R7466
R7477

C7467
D7437
R7456
C7465
R7454
R7453
R7455
R7457
R7458
R7498
R7460
C7482

C7468
R7461

R7464
R5801
R7499

R7431 R7438
F7402

F7401
R7476

P7407

R7478
R7479
LUG7402 LUG7401

A 1
2
6 5

INVERTER-3 Unit (Chip Parts Side)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

78 79
LC-65D90U

INVERTER-4 Unit (Wiring Side)

6 5
LUG7602 LUG7601
R7678 R7679

P7607

F7601
F7602

R7699
R5851
R7638 R7631

R7662
C7668

C7682
R7698
R7661
R7659
R7658
R7654
R7656
R7655
C7665
R7657
D7637
C7667

R7686 R7685 R7643


R7667
R7665
R7647 R7646 C7669

C7670
C7678
C7666 R5854 C7638

R7696
R7666 2
Q7614

R5855
C7655 C7647 R7694 IC7604 C7629 1
R7664

C7685
R7677

C7663
C7620

SC7601
R7663 R5853
P7608

C7672 R7660
IC7601 R7682

IC7602
C7671

R7676

Q7615
R7680 R7681

IC7603

R5852
R7670
D7639 R7688

C7679
D7638 R7687

Q7613
C7645 R7684 C7636
R7693 R7683
C7681 R7671

C7684
C7662 C7654 R7675 C7680 C7628
R7668 R7669
C7619

C7677
C7675
Q7612

Q7611

Q7610

Q7609

Q7608

Q7607

Q7606

Q7605

Q7604

Q7603
R7695
R7697

R7672
C7673
C7674

C7676
C7683

R7674
D7636

D7635

D7630

D7629

D7624

D7623

D7618

D7617

D7612

D7611
C7690

C7652

C7653

C7691

Q7602

Q7601
R7673

C7686

C7634

C7635

C7687

D7606

D7605
C7643

C7688

C7644

C7689
C7660 C7661

C7692 C7693 R7625

C7646

C7626

C7627

C7664

C7621

C7617

C7618

C7637
R7626
R7650 C7602
R7651

D7604
C C7611
R7639 R7634
D7633

R7640 R7635

D7602
R7653 R7692 R7644 R7641 C7608 C7605 R7637 R7629 R7690 R7627
R7652 R7691 R7645 R7642 R7636 R7630 R7689 R7628

D7622

D7615
D7631

C7612 C7609 C7610 C7607 C7606 C7603 C7604 C7601 R7603


R7604
D7634

D7627

D7628

D7621

D7616

D7609

D7610

D7603
R7648
R7649
R7632
R7633
R7621 C7616
R7622
D7632

D7625

D7626

D7619

D7620

D7613

D7614

D7607

D7608

D7601
C7657

R7623 R7617 R7619 R7613 R7615 R7609 R7611 R7605 R7607 R7601
R7624 R7618 R7620 R7614 R7616 R7610 R7612 R7606 R7608 R7602
C7659 C7649 C7651 C7640 C7642 C7631 C7633 C7623 C7625 C7614
T7606

T7605

T7604

T7603

T7602

T7601
B
C7656

C7658

C7648

C7650

C7639

C7641

C7630

C7632

C7622

C7624

C7613

C7615
P7606 P7605 P7604 P7603 P7602 P7601

INVERTER-4 Unit (Chip Parts Side)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

80 81
LC-65D90U

INVERTER-5 Unit (Wiring Side)

P7706 P7705 P7704 P7703 P7702 P7701

D
C7758

C7756

C7750

C7748

C7741

C7739

C7732

C7730

C7724

C7722

C7715

C7713
C
T7706

T7705

T7704

T7703

T7702

T7701
C7757 C7751 C7749 C7742 C7740 C7733 C7731 C7725 C7723 C7716
R7722 R7720 R7718 R7716 R7714 R7712 R7710 R7708 R7706 R7704
R7721 R7719 R7717 R7715 R7713 R7711 R7709 R7707 R7705 R7703
D7731

D7726

D7725

D7720

D7719

D7714

D7713

D7708

D7707

D7702
C7714
R7702

R7748
R7747
R7733
R7732
D7733

D7728

D7727

D7722

D7715

D7710

D7709

D7704
C7759 R7701
R7724

D7701
D7721

D7716
R7723 C7711 C7710 C7709 C7708 C7705 C7704 C7703 C7702
R7750 R7744 R7791 R7740 R7735 R7789 R7730 R7726
D7732

R7749 R7743 R7792 R7739 C7707 C7706 R7734 R7790 R7729 R7725

D7703
R7742 R7736
R7741 R7737
D7734

C7701

C7712 R7728
R7751
C7793

C7761

C7760

C7792

C7787 C7726 R7727


C7791

C7753

C7752

C7790

R7752
C7735 C7746
C7721 C7737

B C7776 C7786 C7764


C7789

C7744

C7743

C7788

C7717 C7718
R7772
D7736

D7735

D7730

D7729

D7724

D7723

D7718

D7717

D7712

D7711

D7706

D7705
C7775
C7774
C7773
R7771
C7777

R7773

C7734 C7727
Q7712

Q7711

Q7710

Q7709

Q7708

Q7707

Q7706

Q7705

Q7704

Q7703

Q7702

Q7701
C7781

R7797
R7795
C7783
R7768 R7767
C7784
C7762 C7754 C7745 D7739 R7793 C7736 C7780 C7728
R7783

R7770 C7719
Q7713

C7779 R7774
R7769
R7902

R7788
R7904 R7759 C7772

R7781

R7775
IC7703
D7738
Q7715
R7745 R7746

IC7702
R7787
R7784 R7782

SC7701
IC7701 C7771
R7786

R7780
R7762
C7785
R7905

IC7704 R7763
R7785

C7763 C7755 C7747 C7738 C7729 C7720


R7796

Q7714 R7765 R7794


C7778
C7770
C7769

R7903 C7766
R7766
R7777

C7767
D7737
R7756
C7765
R7754
R7753
R7755
R7757
R7758
R7798
R7760
C7782

C7768
R7761

R7764
R7901
R7799

R7731 R7738
F7702

F7701
R7776

P7711

R7779
R7778

A LUG7702
2
LUG7701
1 6 5

INVERTER-5 Unit (Chip Parts Side)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

82 83
LC-65D90U

INVERTER-6 Unit (Wiring Side)


6 5
LUG7802 LUG7801
R7878 R7879

P7811
2

D 1

F7801
F7802

R7899
R7951
R7838 R7831

R7862
C7868

C7882
R7898
R7861
R7859
R7858
R7854
R7856
R7855
C7865
R7857
D7837
C7867

R7886 R7885 R7843


R7867
R7865
R7847 R7846 C7869

C7870
C7878
C7866 R7953 C7838

R7896

R7954
R7955
R7866 Q7814
C7855 C7847 R7894 C7829 C7820
R7864 IC7804

C7885
R7877

C7863

SC7801
R7863

C7872 R7860
IC7801 R7882

IC7802
C7871

R7876

Q7815
R7880 R7881

IC7803

R7952
R7870
D7839 R7888

C7879
D7838 R7887

Q7813
C7845 R7884 C7836
R7893 R7883
C7881 R7871

C7884
C7862 C7854 R7875 C7880 C7828 C7819
R7868 R7869

C7877
C7875
Q7812

Q7811

Q7810

Q7809

Q7808

Q7807

Q7806

Q7805

Q7804

Q7803

Q7802

Q7801
R7895
R7897

R7872
C7873
C7874

C7876
C7883

R7874
D7836

D7835

D7830

D7829

D7824

D7823

D7818

D7817

D7812

D7811

D7806

D7805
C7890

C7852

C7853

C7891

R7873

C7886

C7834

C7835

C7887
C7888

C7843

C7844

C7889
C7860 C7861

C7846

C7826

C7827

C7864
C7892 C7893 R7825

C7821

C7817

C7818

C7837
R7826
R7850 C7802

C R7851

D7804
C7811
R7839 R7834
D7833

R7840 R7835

D7802
R7853 R7892 R7844 R7841 C7808 C7805 R7837 R7829 R7890 R7827
R7852 R7891 R7845 R7842 R7836 R7830 R7889 R7828

D7822

D7815
D7831

C7812 C7809 C7810 C7807 C7806 C7803 C7804 C7801 R7803


R7804
D7834

D7827

D7828

D7821

D7816

D7809

D7810

D7803
R7848
R7849
R7832
R7833
R7821 C7816
R7822
D7832

D7825

D7826

D7819

D7820

D7813

D7814

D7807

D7808

D7801
C7857

R7823 R7817 R7819 R7813 R7815 R7809 R7811 R7805 R7807 R7801
R7824 R7818 R7820 R7814 R7816 R7810 R7812 R7806 R7808 R7802
C7859 C7849 C7851 C7840 C7842 C7831 C7833 C7823 C7825 C7814
T7806

T7805

T7804

T7803

T7802

T7801
B
C7856

C7858

C7848

C7850

C7839

C7841

C7830

C7832

C7822

C7824

C7813

C7815
P7806 P7805 P7804 P7803 P7802 P7801

INVERTER-6 Unit (Chip Parts Side)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

84 85
LC-65D90U

DIGITAL Unit (Side-A)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

86 87
F

B
D
H

E
G

A
C

1
P8901
LUG9603 LUG9601

R8923

ICT5
FB8903 FB8902

C8912
C9307

C8811
IC8802 Q8804 Q8803

C8815
R8822

R8808R8811
R8823 R8820

2
IC9306
R8005
R9354

C8822

C8823

R8821
C8812

C8602
C8601
C8821
C8820

R8004

FB8602
FB8601
IC8803

C8818
C8603
C8817

R8643
C8615 C8673

C8612
C9308

R8651
C8819R8813

R8602

J8052
C8614
C8613
R8818 R8814
C8620
C8814
R8816 R8815

C8623 R8809 C8813 IC9307


R8812
R8609

R8605
R8601

R8645
C8610
C8621
R8810
R9355

TP8606 C8629
C8618 R8650C8619
R9321

C8609
C8608
C8622

C8607
R8611 R9322
C8806
C8807

R8604
FB8801
C8809
C8810

R9319

C8630
C8627 R9320
R8614 R8612 C9310
C8625 R9318 R9317
C8628 C8805

C8624
R9316 R9315
C8626 C8636 IC9309
R9314 R9313
R9357

R8801

R8620 R9312 R9311


C8808
R8807
C8804

R8644 C8674
C8631 R9310 R9309
C8643

88
R9308 R9307 C9311
R8623 C8637
ICT7

TU8001 C8644 R9306 R9305


IC8801
R8802 C8801

C8645

X8601
IC8601
C8651 R9303

3
C8681 R9304
C8802

IC9308
R8805
R8825
C8803

C8648
C8649
R9358

R8624

C8650
R8625 R8803 R9365
C8675

C8655
R8826 R8827
C8656

C8680 R8804
C8669 R8646

C8683
FL8801 FL8802
R8627
C8659
R9011

C8679
R8628
C8661
C8667 C8666 C8665
C8662 R9366
R8626

R9359
R9010

R9003
C8663

C8664
C8677

SC8601
R9013 R9012 R9356 FB8802
FL8051

FB8803
FB8804
IC9311

4
FB8805

D9002

FB9002
D9001
R9026
R9025

FB9003
C9002 C9301 FB8806
R9024
R9038 R9042
R9027
R9206

J9001 R9041
R9040

IC9003