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Model Name: KDL-22/26/32BX300


KDL-40BX400
SERVICE MANUAL

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Date Part Number Description of Revisions Version


2010.02 9-883-484-01 Original Manual 1.0
Part number changes (BAA Board) P18, P19.
2010.06 9-883-484-02 2.0
P20, P21
SERVICE MANUAL
AZ1-A(5-2) CHASSIS
MODEL DEST MODEL DEST

KLV-22BX300 RUSS KLV-32BX300 RUSS

KLV-26BX300 RUSS KLV-40BX400 RUSS

RM-GA019

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page

1. SAFETY NOTES 5. DIAGRAMS


1-1. Caution Handling of LCD Panel ..................................... 3 5-1. Block Diagram ............................................................... 11
1-2. Safety Check Out ............................................................. 3 5-1-1. KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300 .....................................11
1-3. Leakage Test .................................................................... 3 5-1-2. KLV-40BX400 ..................................... ............ 12
1-4. WARNING ! .................................................................... 3 5-2. Wire Dressing and Connector Diagram ....................... 13
1-5. Lead Free Information ..................................................... 4 5-2-1. KLV-22BX300 ................................................... 13
1-6. Attachment & Detachment of MDF61 Connector ......... 4 5-2-2. KLV-26BX300 ................................................... 14
1-7. Attachment, Detachment & Confirmation of Lock 5-2-3. KLV-32BX300 ................................................... 15
Condition of JST IBH Connector .................................... 4 5-2-4. KLV-40BX400 ................................................... 16
5-3. Circuit Board Location .................................................. 17
5-3-1. KLV-22BX300 ................................................... 17
2. SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION 5-3-2. KLV-26BX300 ................................................... 17
2-1. Overview of Control Buttons .......................................... 5 5-3-3. KLV-32BX300 ................................................... 17
2-2. LED Display Specification .............................................. 5 5-3-4. KLV-40BX400 ................................................... 17
2-3. LED Display Control ....................................................... 5
2-4. LED Pattern ..................................................................... 5
2-5. Standby LED Error Display and Board 6. DISASSEMBLY, EXPLODED VIEWS AND
Replacement Order .......................................................... 6 OTHER PARTS
2-6. Triage Chart ..................................................................... 7 6-1. Disassembly & Exploded Views ................................... 18
6-1-1. KLV-22BX300 .................................................... 18
6-1-2. KLV-26BX300 .................................................... 19
3. TROUBLE SHOOTING 6-1-3. KLV-32BX300 .................................................... 20
3-1. Flowchart ......................................................................... 8 6-1-4. KLV-40BX400 .................................................... 21
3-1-1. No Power ....................................................................... 8 6-2. Other Parts ..................................................................... 22
3-1-2. Video Problem ............................................................... 9 6-2-1. KLV-22BX300 .................................................... 22
3-1-3. Audio Problem .............................................................. 9 6-2-2. KLV-26BX300 .................................................... 22
6-2-3. KLV-32BX300 .................................................... 23
6-2-4. KLV-40BX400 .................................................... 24
4. SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. Accessing Self Diagnostic Menu .................................. 10
4-2. Accessing Service Mode ............................................... 10
4-3. GAISOU Adjustment .................................................... 10

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

SECTION 1
SAFETY NOTES
1-1. Caution Handling of LCD Panel 1-3. Leakage Test
When installing the LCD Panel, make sure you are grounded The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth
with a wrist band. ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed
When installing the LCD Panel on the wall, the panel must be metal part having a return to chassis must not exceed 0.5mA
secured using the 4 mounting holes on the rear cover. (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by
any one of the three methods:-
1) Do not press the panel or frame edge to avoid the risk of 1. A commercial leakage tester such as the SIMPSON 229 or
electric shock. RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use
2) Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp those instructions.
objects. 2. A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. The DATA
3) Do not leave the module in high temperature or in areas of PRECISION 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
high humidity for an extended period of time. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of
4) Do not expose the LCD panel to direct sunlight. a VOM or battery operated AC voltmeter. The 'limit' indication
5) Avoid contact with water. It may cause short circuit within is 0.75V so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage
the module. scale. The SIMPSON'S 250 and SANWA SH-63TRD are
6) Disconnect the AC adapter when replacing the backlight examples of passive VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery
(CCFL) or inverter circuit. (High voltage occurs at the inverter operated digital multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are
circuit at 650Vrms) suitable. (see Figure 1.)
7) Always clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth material.
8) Use care when handling the wires or connectors of the To Exposed Metal
inverter circuit. Damaging the wires may cause a short circuit. Parts on Set
9) Protect the panel from ESD to avoid damaging the elec-
tronic circuit (C-MOS).

1-2. Safety Check-Out


After correcting the original service problem, perform the AC
following safety checks before releasing the set to the 0.15 μF 1.5 k1 Voltmeter
customer:- (0.75 V)

1) Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly


soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for
solder splashes and bridges. Earth Ground
2) Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are
"pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors.
3)Check all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps and
mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain Figure 1. AC voltmeter to check AC leakage
you have replaced all the insulators.
4) Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly
1-4. WARNING !
transistors that were installed during a previous repair. Point
them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!
5) Look for parts which, though functioning show obvious
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK !
signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and
ON THE EXPLODED VIEWS ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE
recommend their replacement.
OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH
6) Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion.
SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS
Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the
SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
customer.
PUBLISHED BY SONY. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS THAT ARE
7) Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, "metallized"
CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION ARE IDENTIFIED IN
knobs, screws and all other exposed metal parts for AC
THIS MANUAL. FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES
leakage. Check leakage test as described next.
WHENEVER CRITICAL COMPONENTS ARE REPLACED
8) Live chassis can cause electric shock as its
OR IMPROPER OPERATION IS SUSPECTED.
connected to the AC power line. Therefore, use
isolation transformer and gloves when changing parts
or removing plug. Please remember high voltage is
there during servicing.
9) To follow safety after servicing, please make sure
the removed screws, parts and wires are as original
condition.

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

1-5. Lead Free Information b) Detachment


The circuit boards used in these models have been processed (1) Slide the slider to release (2) Press the center lock tab
using Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF the slider lock. to release the lock and pull
logo located close to the board designation. the connector up.

Unlock
Figure 2: LF logo

Figure 3: LF logo on circuit board

The servicing of these boards requires special precautions. It


is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in
order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. Lead 1-7. Attachment, Detachment & Confirmation of Lock
Free Solder is available under the following part numbers:- Condition of JST IBH Connector
(If applicable for these models)
Part number Diameter Remarks
7-640-005-19 0.3mm 0.25Kg Attention: This is a SAFETY CRITICAL PROCESS.
7-640-005-20 0.4mm 0.50Kg
7-640-005-21 0.5mm 0.50Kg a) Attachment
7-640-005-22 0.6mm 0.25Kg
7-640-005-23 0.8mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-24 1.0mm 1.00Kg
(1) Press the center of the connector to insert it.
7-640-005-25 1.2mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-26 1.6mm 1.00Kg

Due to high melting point of Lead Free Solder, the soldering


iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees
centigrade. This requires soldering equipment capable of
accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat
recovery characteristics.

For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder,


please refer to http://www.sony-training.com (2) Press position
(NG for red marking portion)

1-6. Attachment & Detachment of MDF61 Connector


(If applicable for these models)
a) Insertion
(1) Hold the center of a (2) Press the center of the (3) Slide the slider to lock the
connector. connector to insert it. connector.

(3) Prohibited matter (Refer Figure A~C explanation)

Lock

Figure A Figure B

Figure A: Do not press lock


portion.
Figure B: Do not press the
front side of the
connector.
Figure C: Do not press the side
Figure C of the connector.

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

SECTION 2
SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
2-1. Overview of Control Buttons 2-4. LED Pattern
When safety shutdown occurs, Standby LED display reports the
cause by using the lightning patterns as indicated below.
Power

PROG

Program

3.0 sec 3.0 sec 3.0 sec


0.5 sec

0.5 sec
Volume

Input Select/ Example:


Enter
The figure above shows LED display when
Menu
SHUTDOWN is caused by Balancer Error. It repeats
flashing for a specified number of times in 0.5sec/
cycle and has a 3 seconds interval of lighting off.
Please note that a 3 seconds interval of lighting off
is fixed regardless of abnormal state types.

Remote Picture Off/Standby Power


Sensor Timer Indicator Indicator

2-2. LED Display Specification


LED Type Description Remark

POWER Green: LED Green lights at power ON.

STANDBY Red: One LED Red lights during standby.

Orange/Green : Green Lights during Picture


Timer/ Two LEDs Off and Orange Lights during
Pic off Timer activation.

2-3. LED Display Control


LED Display
Status Remark
Power Stand By Pic Off/Connecting/Timer
Power On Green Off Off
Standby Off Red Off
Self Diagnosis Off Red Off Refer to Blinking
pattern selfdiagnosis
mode
Error of panel ID Green Off Orange 0.5sec On / 0.5sec Off

Others (Example)
[REC][Sleep Timer][Power ON] Red Off Orange

[Picture Off ][On Timer][REC][Power On] Red Off Green

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

2-5. Standby LED Error Display and Board Replacement Order


Perform below countermeasure according Standby LED blinking times

Blinking times Error Countermeasure


(Replace either/all according to sequence)

2 Main Power Error 1. GD1 (22”), POWER UNIT(G1LS) (26"), G2LE (32”),
G2HE (40”)
2. BAA board
3 DC_ALERT1/ 1. BAA board
Audio Error/ 2. GD1 (22”), POWER UNIT(G1LS) (26"),G2LE (32”),
Motionflow Error G2HE (40”)
3. TCON
4. Speaker
4 Balancer Error 1. Inverter board
2. Panel
3. GD1 (22”) , POWER UNIT(G1LS) (26"), G2LE (32”),
G2HE (40”)
4. BAA board
5 T-CON Error/ 1. T-CON
Panel ID NVM Error 2. BAA
3. LVDS Cable
4. GD1 (22”) , POWER UNIT(G1LS) (26"),G2LE (32”),
G2HE (40”)
6 Backlight Error 1. Inverter board
2. GD1 (22”) , POWER UNIT(G1LS) (26"),G2LE (32”),
G2HE (40”)
3. BAA
7 Temp Error 1. BAA
2. GD1 (22”) , POWER UNIT(G1LS) (26"), G2LE (32”),
G2HE (40”)

Note1: Each of the above blinking repeats 3 seconds.


Note2: Countermeasure is list out by priority.

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2-6. Triage Chart
Symptom (dead set) Video distored or missing
No Video No Video No Video No Tuner Tuner OK No HDMI No Audio
Reference
2Blinks 3Blinks 4Blinks 5Blinks 6Blinks 7Blinks No Power BL OK No BL BL OK Video OK Video 1-3
OSD OK No OSD Bad
BAA board
GD1 (22")
G1LS (26")
G2LE (32")
G2HE (40")
GD2 (46")
T-con board
Speaker unit
RF module
Panel module
FFC cable
Joint connector
Problem No Power BAA board Balancer TCON, Panel ID Inverter Temperature No Power BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board BAA board

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Doubtful part
few possibility
RM-GA019
KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

SECTION 3
TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 FLOWCHART

3-1-1. NO POWER

No power

110V 220V-240V
Destination

No No
88-132Vac 176-264Vac

AC Cable Yes

Yes
No

Power Board
3.3V_DC No standby3.3V
CV6200 Pin3
on BAA board

Yes

3.3V_DC
CV6200 Pin3
on BAA board

12.5V_DC
No Power Board
CV6200 Pin10
on BAA board No REG12V

Yes

BAA Board

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

3-1-2. VIDEO PROBLEM

Video
Problem

RF/Analog Digital No
All inputs No HDMI No No BAA
Input Input
have Problem? Board
Problem? Problem?
problem?

Yes Yes Yes


Yes
BAA BAA BAA
Board Board Board

Backlight Yes BAA


Turn on?
Board

No

Check LVDS harness


connection
between BAA board or
Panel or Power board

3-1-3. AUDIO PROBLEM

RF/ Analog No Digital No BAA


Only No HDMI No
Input Input Board
Speaker Problem?
Problem? Problem?
out?

Yes BAA BAA BAA


Board Board Board

UI of
Audio Setting Yes
correct? Volume,
TV Speaker
Check
Speaker
No
BAA board
Set correctly or
reset by menu

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

SECTION 4
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
4-1. Accessing Self Diagnostic Menu 4-3. GAISOU Adjustment
1. While TV on standby mode, press the following sequence (NOT APPLICABLE FOR THIS MODEL)
on the Remote commander. (RM-GA019) 1) When new board is replaced, please confirm the color
< Display--> <5>--> <Vol Down>--> <Power> ornamental of the TV set.
2) While TV on standby mode, press the following sequence
Self Check 1 indicates an error was detected on the Remote commander.
002 Main Power 001
003 Dc_Alert 000 0 indicates no error was detected <Display> p <5> p <Vol Up> p <Power>
003 Aud_Prot 000
003 MotionFlow 000 Tuning System <[Auto]>
Chassis
No_Signal_Mute
Service
<[Off]>
004 Balancer_Error 000
005 T-CON Error 000
Serial Number Edit Model
Self Diagnosis History >>
005 Panel ID NVM Error 000 002
LVDS Spectrum (%)
Gaisou<[10]>
00
006 Backlight Error 000
007 Temp_Error 000 Low of HPD <[5]>
VCR1 <[off]>
GAISOU
GAISOU Menu Sample <[0]>
00009 00027 00009
Diagnostic Menu Sample
Service Mode Menu Sample
Total Panel Hours
(max 65535) 3) Use the r or R button to select the GAISOU.
Total Hours
of Operation Boot Count Service Mode
(max 65535) (max 65535)
Status Information >>
Test Reset <[Off]>
Tuning System <[Auto]>
2. To Reset Error Count & Error History No_Signal_Mute <[Off]>
Press < 8 > --> < 0 > key Serial Number Edit
3. To Reset Panel Operation Time Self Diagnosis History >>
Press < 7 > --> < 0 > key LVDS Spectrum (%) <[10]>
Low of HPD <[5]>
4. To exit, turn the power off using Remote. VCR1 <[off]>
GAISOU <[0]>
4-2. Accessing Service Mode
Service Mode Menu Sample
1. While TV on standby mode, press the following sequence
on the Remote commander. 4) Use the T or t button to change the GAISOU data.
< Display--> <5>--> <Vol Up>--> <Power> 5) The color variation table of each TV set as below:-
00 Default
Tuning System <[Auto]>
No_Signal_Mute <[Off]> 01 Glossy Gun Metallic (back print)
Serial Number Edit 02 Glossy Silver (back print)
Self Diagnosis History >> 03 Red
LVDS Spectrum (%) <[10]> 04 Blue
Low of HPD <[5]> 05 Matt Gun Metallic
VCR1 <[off]> 06 Flat Gun Metallic Hairline
GAISOU <[0]> 07 Silver
Service Mode Menu Sample 08 Black

6) For example if color is Red than should select 03 in the


2. Use the r or R button to select the item you want to refer
service mode of the TV set.
and press for details.
Example Status information
Service Mode
Status Information >> Main Micro
Test Reset <[Off]> SW Version TM0.341.012
Tuning System <[Auto]> NVM Version TD0.341
No_Signal_Mute <[Off]> Boot Version TB0.341
Serial Number Edit Panel Version MT0000.000.0030.LT
Self Diagnosis History >> Flash PQ Version
LVDS Spectrum (%) <[10]> AQ Version AQ0.003
Low of HPD <[5]>

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5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
5-1-1. KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300

CVBS Out Tuner

Video 1
MON Out CVBS1/Mon SW CVBS In
Video 1/Mon SAW NAND
L/R Video1/Mon L/R Tu I2C FLASH
SW (38Mz)
64MByte
Video 2 CVBS2

Video 2
L/R Video2 L/R
CVBS IF_In
Component 1 Out x 2ch PDD0~7
Yuv1/CVBS3
/Video3 In

CVBS
L/R

In x 4ch
Comp1/Video3
L/R Comp1/Video3 L/R PANEL
PC 8bit
Single Channel 8bit

Dual
Ch LVDS

Audio
In x 7ch
DCC PC
(WXGA)
RGB
16Bit Memory
EDID CCFL
HV DDR2
Conventional INVERTER

I/F
32Mbx16bits

YUV
MT5388

In x 2ch
Memory
BGA

RGB
PC/HDMI2

In x 1ch
L/R PC/HDMI3 L/R

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LPF
PWM
SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS

HDMI1 TMDS0
Audio
out x 2ch
TPA3110D2
DDC0 PWM

TMDS
In x 3ch
HDMI1 LPF
EDID Contro I/O

HDMI2 TMDS2

Line out NJM2779


DDC2
AMP
HDMI2
EDID M_I2C

STBY
UART0
PANEL_12C

SIRCS LED

RGB Main Temp Hotel


Ambient NVM Sensor SIRCS LED JTAG ECS
sensor 16KByte UART
USB1 D+/D-
RM-GA019
KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
5-1-2. KLV-40BX400

Tuner
CVBS Out

Video 1 CVBS1/Mon CVBS In


MON Out
SW
NAND
Video 1/Mon SAW FLASH
Video1/Mon L/R Tu I2C
L/R SW (38Mz) 64MByte
Video 2 CVBS2

Video 2
Video2 L/R
KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

L/R CVBS IF_In PDD0~7


Component 1 Out x 2ch
Yuv1/CVBS3 In
/Video3

CVBS
In x 4ch
Comp1/Video3 L/R
Comp1/Video3 L/R PANEL
L/R
Odd Channel 8bit 8bit
PC

Dual
Eve Channel 8bit

Ch LVDS

Audio
In x 7ch
(FHD)
DCC PC CCFL
RGB
EDID 16Bit Conventional INVERTER
HV Memory

I/F
MT5388

YUV
Memory
Memory
DDR2
BGA 32Mx16bits

RGB
PC/HDMI2

In x 2ch In x 1ch
PC/HDMI3 L/R 16Bit
L/R

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LPF
PWM

Audio
HDMI1 TMDS0 out x 2ch

PWM TPA3110D2
DDC0

TMDS
In x 3ch
HDMI1 LPF
EDID Contro I/O

HDMI2 TMDS2
Line out NJM2779
DDC2 AMP
HDMI2
EDID M_I2C

STBY
UART0
PANEL_12C

SIRCS LED

RGB
Temp Hotel
Ambient SIRCS LED JTAG ECS
Sensor UART
USB1 D+/D- sensor
KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

CAUTION :
1. Do not overpull the wires during dressing
--> avoid disconnection of wires.
2. Make sure wires are kept away from
sharp edges, heatsinks & other
high-temperature parts.

5-2. WIRE DRESSING AND CONNECTOR DIAGRAM Tape (60mm)


5-2-1. KLV-22BX300

A. WIRE DRESSING

Insert TAPE Chassis EF


Connector
TAPE

Insert TAPE M A IN HARNESS


Connector Pink Insert
Connector
Blue Insert Connector
Insert Clamp Edge
Connector TAPE
Pink FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE
Blue (FFC)
Insert Clamp Edge TAPE
Connector Insert
TAPE Connector
Insert TAPE
Insert Connector Insert
Connector Connector

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM

TCON
CN6150 (30)
GD1 (15)

(STATIC CONVERTER(TV)-GD1-2A)
(POWER SUPPLY)
BAA CN4000
CN6200

Pink (4)
(10)

CN6702
(2)
Tuner /I/O/ Audio/ HDMI/Micon/
CNxxxx

Power source/DDR/ Main1/ Main2/


(4)

CN6701
LVDS/Panel
INVERTER

(2)
Blue

Pink
CN9701

CN6704
(30)

CN1/ (2)
CNxxxx

CN100
(4)

(3) CN6703
(2)
Blue CN6000
(2) CN5600
(30)
SW unit
H2LS/

AC Power

AV_Input/ Power On /Off LED, Optical Sensor, SIRCS


CN100/CN001
(10/12) H2LR

Speaker R Speaker L

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

5-2-2. KLV-26BX300

A. WIRE DRESSING

Do not float the tape Chassis EF


Tape
Insert
Connector
FFC Cable Tape
Main Harness
Do not float the tape Insert
Insert Tape Tape Connector
Connector Tape
Insert
Connector Tape
Tape Tape
Insert Insert
Connector Connector
Insert Insert Tape
Connector Connector

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM
TCON
(30)

POWER UNIT (G1LS)


CN6201
CN6202

(POWER SUPPLY)
(15)
(14)

BAA CN4000
CN6200

(4)
(10)

Tuner /I/O/ Audio/ HDMI/Micon/Power


source/DDR/ Main1/ Main2/ LVDS/Panel
INVERTER

CN9701
(30)

CN1/
CN100
(3)
CN6000
CNxxxx

(2)
(14)

CN5600
(30)
H2LS/
SW1

AC Power

LED, Optical Sensor, SIRCS


AV_Input/ Power On /Off CN100/CN001
(10/12) H2LR/ HLR3

Speaker R Speaker L

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

5-2-3. KLV-32BX300

A. WIRE DRESSING
Insert
Connector
Chassis EF

CONNECTOR Do not float the tape


ASSY 14P Tape
Tape
Tape Tape
M A IN HARNESS Tape

Do not float the tape Tape Insert


Tape Connector
Insert Tape FFC Cable
Connector
Tape Tape Tape

Tape Tape
Insert Insert
Connector Connector

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM

TCON TCON
(4) (30)
CN6403
(6)
CN6401
CN6402

(15)
(14)
CNxxxx
INVERTER

(14)

G2LE BAA CN4000


CN6200

(4)
(10)

(POWER SUPPLY) Tuner /I/O/ Audio/ HDMI/Micon/


Power source/DDR/ Main1/
Main2/ LVDS/Panel

CN1/
CN9700/9701

CN100
(51/30)

(3)
CN6101
(3)

CN5600
(30)
H2LS/
SW1

AC Power

LED, Optical Sensor, SIRCS


AV_Input/ Power On /Off CN100/CN001
(10/12) H2LR

Speaker R Speaker L

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

5-2-4. KLV-40BX300

A. WIRE DRESSING

Chassis EF

Tape
Tape

Tape Main Harness

Insert
Connector Insert
Connector Tape Insert
Insert Tape FFC Cable Connector
Insert
Connector
Connector
Tape
Insert
Connector
Insert Tape
Connector

B. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM

TCON TCON
(4) (51)
CN6403
(6)
CN6401
CN6402

(15)
(14)
CNxxxx
(14)
INVERTER

G2HE BAA CN4000


CN6200

(4)
(10)

Tuner /I/O/ Audio/ HDMI/Micon/


(POWER SUPPLY) Power source/DDR/ Main1/ Main2/
LVDS/Panel

CN1/
CN9700
(51)

CN100
(3)
CN6101
(3)

CN5600
(30)
H2LS/
SW1

AC Power

LED, Optical Sensor, SIRCS


AV_Input/ Power On /Off CN100/CN001
(10/12) H2LR

Speaker R/ Speaker box R Speaker L/ Speaker box L

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

5-3. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION

5-3-1 KLV-22BX300 5-3-2 KLV-26BX300

H2LS Board
GD1 Board/ H2LS Board
(STATIC CONVERTER(TV) POWER UNIT (G1LS) Board
-GD1-2A)

BAA Board
BAA Board

H2LR Board
H2LR Board

5-3-3 KLV-32BX400 5-3-4 KLV-40BX400

H2LS Board H2LS Board


G2LE Board G2HE Board

BAA Board BAA Board

H2LR Board H2LR Board

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

SECTION 6
DISASSEMBLY, EXPLODED VIEW AND OTHER PARTS
Caution: Note:

• ! and shaded parts are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. • (*) parts are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delays should be
anticipated when ordering these components.
• parts contain confidential information. Strictly follow the instruction whenever the components are • Illustrations provided in this section might have slight difference from the actual sets.
repaired and/or replaced. • The reference number besides the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.
• Lines that indicate parts are shown in blue in the illustration.
• Place the TV set facing downwards on a stable, level surface before disassembly and assembly of parts.
• Only part number and description for service parts are shown in the parts list.
• Unplug connectors before disassembly.
• Refer Electrical Parts List section for connector part number.
6-1. DISASSEMBLY & EXPLODED VIEW
6-1-1. KLV-22BX300
C. Boards, Panel and Bezel Parts List:
Screw: REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION eg Bezel (22)Assy 2 X-2514-989-1 BASE (S3B) ASSY
2.1 4-158-356-01 NECK (S5)
139qaqdqgqj 28.1 28.2 28.3 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE 2 IT-3 2.2 4-158-399-01 COVER, NECK (S3B)
wawswg 2-580-629-01 SCREW, +BVST 3X8 6 X-2515-517-1 REAR COVER(22) ASSY
wjwk 2-580-590-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X5 7 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
4 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 TYPE 2 IT-3 8 4-127-133-01 PLATE, VESA
ed Connectors 0 4-157-865-01 COVER,UNDER(22)
qsqh 4-157-866-01 BRACKET, SPEAKER (22L/R)
qfqk 1-858-339-11 LOUDSPEAKER (4X10CM)
qk 4-156-944-51 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wd A-1782-842-A BAA COMPL BX_WX_32_26(SERVICE) Ver 2.0
wh 1-474-204-31 STATIC CONVERTER(TV)-GD1-2A
e; ! 1-811-070-11 LCD PANEL (A216V3)
ef H2LS Board es A-1744-833-A H2LR MOUNT
28.1 1 screw ef A-1744-834-A H2LS MOUNT (AZ1A)
eg X-2514-589-1 BEZEL (22) ASSY
B. Boards, Speakers and Frame 28.2 1 screw
ea Connectors
28.3 1 screw
es H2LR Board

wf Connectors e; LCD Panel


wk 2 screws
wg 4 screws
qj 4 screws wl Bracket, Main

qk Loudspeaker wj 2 screws
A. Stand and Rear (4 x 10cm)
Cover Assy
qh Bracket Speaker (R)

6 Rear Cover
(22) Assy
8 Plate, Vesa qg 2 screws wh GD1 Board
q; Cover, Under w; Connectors

9 2 screws qd 4 screws

wa 2 screws
qf Loudspeaker
3 4 screws (4 x 10cm)
ws 2 screws
wd BAA Complete
qs Bracket Speaker (L) ql Bracket Side
qa 2 screws
4 2 screws

7 Cover, ECS
2 Base (S3B)Assy

2.1 Neck (S5)

1 3 screws
2.2 Cover, Neck (S3B)

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

6-1-2. KLV-26BX300

Screw: Parts List:


REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
3q;qf 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE 2 IT-3 2 X-2546-140-1 BASE (M3B) ASSY
2.1 4-171-685-01 NECK (M3B)
qlwdwfwh 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8
2.2 4-171-689-01 COVER, NECK (M3B)
4 2-580-595-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X12
15qsqh 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 TYPE 2 IT-3 6 X-2515-518-1 REAR COVER(26) ASSY
9wk 4-159-298-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X10 7 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
0 4-157-975-01 COVER, UNDER (26)
qz X-2547-448-1 SP BRACKET (26L) ASSY
C. Boards, Panel and Bezel qdqj 1-858-341-11 LOUDSPEAKER (4X10CM)
qg X-2547-449-1 SP BRACKET (26R) ASSY
w; 1-474-199-11 POWER UNIT
eh Bezel Assy
wa 4-156-944-51 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wg A-1782-842-A BAA COMPL BX_WX_32_26(SERVICE) Ver 2.0
ea ! 1-811-071-11 LCD PANEL (A26V0)
ed A-1744-833-A H2LR MOUNT
eg A-1744-834-A H2LS MOUNT (AZ1A)
eg H2LS Board eh X-2514-590-1 BEZEL (26) ASSY

ef Connectors e; Support,
Panel

B. Boards, Speakers and Frame


ea LCD Panel

w; Power Unit
ql 4 screws es Connectors
ed H2LR Board
qk Connectors

wl Frame, Bottom (SS)


qh 4 screws
wk 2 screws
qj Loudspeaker
(4 x 10cm) q; Cover, Under
A. Stand and Rear Cover Assy
15.1 Bracket SP (26R) (26)

qg SP Bracket wj Joint Frame Assy


6 Rear Cover (26) Assy (26R) Assy 9 1 screw ws Connectors
wh 2 screws
qf 1 screw qs 4 screws
8 Bracket,
Vesa (SS) wa Bracket, Side Jack

3 10 screws qd Loudspeaker
(4 x 10cm) wd 2 screws

wf 2 screws
10.1 1 screw
wg BAA Board
qa SP Bracket
4 2 screws 15.1 Bracket SP (26L)
(26L) Assy

5 2 screws
2 Base (M3B) Assy

7 Cover, ECS
2.2 Cover, Neck (M3B)

2.1 Neck (M3B)


1 4 screws

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

6-1-3. KLV-32BX300

Screw: Parts List:


REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK

3qaqg 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE 2 IT-3 1 X-2546-140-1 BASE (M3B) ASSY
2.1 4-171-685-01 NECK (M3B)
wawgwhwl 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8
2.2 4-171-689-01 COVER, NECK (M3B)
4 2-580-595-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X12
15qdqj 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 TYPE 2 IT-3 6 X-2515-519-1 REAR COVER (32) ASSY
9e; 4-159-298-01 SCREW +PSW M4X10 7 4-115-101-41 COVER,ECS
8 4-167-326-01 BRACKET, VESA (S)
0 4-157-976-01 COVER, UNDER (32)
0 4-169-309-01 COVER, UNDER (32)
qs X-2547-450-1 SP BRACKET (32L) ASSY
qfqk 1-858-364-11 LOUDSPEAKER (12.5.4.5CM)
qh X-2547-451-1 SP BRACKET (32R) ASSY
C. Boards, Panel and Bezel wa A-1752-778-A G2LE UNIT
ws 4-156-944-51 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wh A-1782-842-A BAA COMPL BX_WX_32_26(SERVICE) Ver 2.0
ek Bezel Assy ed ! 1-811-058-11 LCD PANEL (S532TSC)
ed ! 1-811-058-21 LCD PANEL (S532TSC)
eg A-1744-833-A H2LR MOUNT
ej A-1744-834-A H2LS MOUNT (AZ1A)
ek X-2514-591-1 BEZEL (32) ASSY

ej H2LS Board
es Support,
eh Connectors Panel

B. Boards, Speakers and Frame

wa G2LE Board

w; 4 screws
ef Connectors
ql Connectors
ed LCD Panel eg H2LR Board

qk Loudspeaker
(12.5.4.5cm)
qj 2 screws ea Frame Bottom (S)
e; 2 screws
q; Cover,
16.1 Bracket SP (32R) Under (32)
A. Stand and Rear Cover Assy
wl Joint Frame
qh SP Bracket Assy
6 Rear Cover Assy (32R) Assy wj 2 screws
wk Slide,
qg 1 screw Clamp
9 1 screw wd Connectors
8 Bracket,
Vesa (S) qd 2 screws
3 10 screws ws Bracket, Side Jack
qf Loudspeaker
(12.5.4.5cm) wg 2 screws

wf 2 screws
qa 1 screw
wh BAA Board
4 2 screws qs SP Bracket
12.1 Bracket SP (32L)
(32L) Assy
2.2 Cover,
Neck (M3B)
2 Base Assy

5 3 screws

1 5 screws 2.1 Neck (M3B) 7 Cover, ECS

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

6-1-4. KLV-40BX00

Screw: Parts List:


REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK
3qaqgwl 2-580-640-01 SCREW, +BVTP 4X16 TYPE 2 IT-3 2 X-2546-141-1 BASE (ML3B) ASSY
15qdqj 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 TYPE 2 IT-3 6 X-2515-520-1 REAR COVER(40) ASSY
49e; 4-159-298-01 SCREW +PSW M4X10 7 4-115-101-41 COVER, ECS
w;wfwgwj 2-580-592-01 SCREW, +PSW M3X8 8 4-167-326-01 BRACKET, VESA (S)
0 4-157-977-01 COVER, UNDER (37)
0 4-169-308-01 COVER, UNDER (37)
qs X-2547-452-1 SP BRACKET (40L) ASSY
C. Boards, Panel and Bezel
qfqk 1-858-364-11 LOUDSPEAKER (12.5X4.5CM)
qh X-2547-453-1 SP BRACKET (40R) ASSY
wa A-1752-780-A G2HE UNIT
ek Bezel (40) Assy ws 4-156-944-51 BRACKET, SIDE JACK
wh A-1784-340-A BAA COMPL BX_FHD_40(SERVICE) Ver 2.0
ed ! 1-811-060-11 LCD PANEL (S40TSP)
eg A-1744-833-A H2LR MOUNT
eh A-1744-834-A H2LS MOUNT (AZ1A)
ej H2LS Board ej X-2514-592-1 BEZEL (40) ASSY

eh Connectors es Support, Panel


B. Boards, Speakers and Frame

wa G2HE Board

w; 5 screws
ef Connectors
ql Connectors
qj 2 screws eg H2LR Board
ed LCD Panel

qk Loudspeaker
(12.5x4.5cm) ea Frame Bottom (ML)
16.1 Bracket q; Cover, e; 2 screws
A. Stand and Rear Cover Assy Under (37)
SP (40R)
wl 2 screws
6 Rear Cover (40) Assy qh SP Bracket
(40L) Assy wj 2 screws wk Bracket Joint
8 Bracket,
Vesa (S) wd Connectors
9 1 screw
3 8 screws qg 1 screw qd 2 screws
qf Loudspeaker ws Bracket Side Jack
(12.5x4.5cm)
wg Screws,
+ PSW M3X8
qa 1 screw
wf 2 screws
wh BAA Board
qs SP Bracket
4 4 screws (40L) Assy 12.1 Bracket SP (40L)

5 2 screws

2 Base Assy
7 Cover, ECS

2.2 Cover,
Neck (ML3B)
2.1 Neck (ML3B)
1 4 screws

• The reference number beside the part description in the illustration indicates the disassembly sequence.

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KLV-22, 26, 32 BX300, 40 BX400
RM-GA019

6-2. OTHER PARTS

REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK

6-2-1. KLV-22BX300
CONNECTORS
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* 1-910-800-01 MAIN HARNESS
CN6200(BAA)-CN6150(GD1)-CN5600(BAA)-
CN100(H2LR)-CN1(H2LS)CN4000(BAA)-SP(1)
* 1-837-559-11 FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE (FFC)
CN9701(BAA)-TCON(1)
***********************************************************************
6-2-2. KLV-26BX300
CONNECTORS
**************************
* 1-837-773-11 FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE (FFC)
(CN9701(BAA)-TCON(1))
* 1-910-059-59 CONNECTOR ASSY 14P
(CN6202(G1LS)-INV(1))
* 1-910-800-02 MAIN HARNESS
(CN6200(BAA)-CN6201(G1LS)-
CN5600(BAA)-CN100(H2LR)-CN1(H2LS)
CN4000(BAA)-SP(1))
***********************************************************************
6-2-3. KLV-32BX300
CONNECTORS
***************************
* 1-910-059-62 CONNECTOR ASSY 14P
(CN6402(G2LE)-INV(1))
* 1-910-059-61 MAIN HARNESS
CN6200(BAA)-CN6401(G2LE)-CN5600(BAA)-
CN100(H2LR)-CN1(H2LS)CN4000(BAA)-SP(1)
* 1-837-561-11 FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE (FFC)
(CN9701(BAA)-TCON(1))

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6-2-4. KLV-40BX400
CONNECTORS
**************
* 1-910-059-67 CONNECTOR ASSY 14P
* 1-837-731-11 FFC WITH CONNECTOR
(CN9700(BAA)-TCON(1))
* 1-910-800-08 MAIN HARNESS
(CN6200(BAA)-CN6401(G2HE)-CN5600(BAA)-
CN100(H2LR)-CN1(H2LS) CN4000(BAA)-SP(1))
***********************************************************************
6-2-5. Common Parts
MISCELLANEOUS
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X-2342-530-2 BAG ASSY, FALL LOCK BELT
2-580-604-01 SCREW, +PSW M4X20
2-580-663-02 SCREW, WOOD 3.8X20
2-580-608-01 SCREW, +PSW M5X16

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REMOTE COMMANDER
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1-487-705-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-GA019)

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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4-168-830-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION(RU)

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English
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