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Table of Contents

1. Product Introduction
2. Key Features & Operation
3. Front View/Rear View
4. Repair Preparations
5. Layout & Wiring Diagram
6. Circuit Description
7. Troubleshooting
8. Factory Mode
9. Disassembly
CPU CA13( 1.3GHz)

DDR LPDDR4, 8GB x 3, 1.25GHz 96bit

Flash 8GB (eMMC 5.0)

HDMI 4 INPUT, HDMI 2.0

USB 3 INPUT, USB 2.0


- Slim & Bezel-less Design
BT/WIFI Built-in bottom
- 2160P Ultra HD

- Quantum Dot Display Eco Sensor/IR Built-in bottom

- 1000 nit HDR Sound 40W (Mid20W, Woofer20W)

- 120Hz Local Dimming Smart Control O


- Smart HUB
Voice Interaction O
- One Connect
UE55KS7090UXZG

Front Color Silver

Dimensions Without Stand 1225.0 * 710.0 * 44.3 mm


WxDxH
(mm) With Stand 1225.0 * 775.5 * 233.1 mm

Without Stand 17.4 kg


Weight
(Kg)
With Stand 17.8 kg
2016 Smart Hub UI

- Smart Hub first screen

- Apps menu - Games menu


2016 Smart Control
2016 Smart Control
2016 Smart Control

- Voice Interaction

- 123 Key - Extra Key


Smart Things(IoT)

- Smart Things Sign in - Smart Things first screen

If IoT Module Connected,


Smart Things Always Wake-up (Active).
Front View & TV Controller
Rear View & One Connect
1. Disconnect One Connect & Power Cord and put TV on 4. Separate the side of the Rear cover with the OPEN JIG(3).
the Curved Cushion
Jig Direction

Jig Direction
Jig Direction
5. Gently lift up the Rear Cover from the bottom chassis.
2. Remove the stands with pulling it down.

3. Make a gap with the DELPHINUS JIG(1) and insert the


OPEN JIG into the gap(2). 6. Reconnect One Connect Box & Power Cord.
* Option : Reconnect stands to test TV in the upright position.

OPEN JIG
BH81-12884A
2

1
DELPHINUS JIG
BH81-00001A
Remove/Replacing the SMPS and MAIN Boards

Removing SMPS board Remove 2 Screws on Power Connector


- Gently lift up (Bottom Left corner) to release the lock
- Use both hands to hold the board and slide to the right
to release the board

When installing the SMPS board, verify the board is


properly positioned in all 6 mounting slots.

Removing Main board


- Gently lift up (Top Right corner) to release the lock
- Use both hands to hold the board and slide to the
left to release the board

When installing the Main board, verify the board is


properly positioned in all 4 mounting slots.
Layout

ONE CONNECT

SMPS

Main/T-CON

BT/WIFI Module
Function/IR Speaker
Wiring Diagram

ONE CONNECT

CN201
CNM803
CN901
CNL801

MAIN SMPS
CN1701
CN501

CN910 CN2102

Panel

SPEAKER

Function BT/WIFI
LOGO
Block Diagram
Main Board

6
9 8 7 Power
5
Arm Tcon Demura Aging&Mura
Jtag Flash Micom Flash

Dimming 4

USIT Left

USB
10

11 Ex-Link

LAN USIT Right


12

2
One
13
Connect

14 15 1

Function/IR
BT/Wifi Sound
Main Board Pin Map
One Connect Board

USB2

OPTICAL USB1

3 1

4 5 6 7 8
One Connect HDMI1 HDMI2 HDMI3 HDMI4
One Connect Board Pin Map
SMPS Board & Pin Map

CNL801
CNM803
Function Control
Function Control Operation/Test
Function/IR

CN910
On Screen Selections with Function Control

FUNCTION/IR Control Test


1. TV in Standby DECO Lamp
LED Status/
2. Check LED Status Function Switch
3. If LED is OFF
LED 1.7Vdc (pin 8)and VCC for 3.3Vdc (pin 3) CN910 (FUNCTION/IR)
If missing suspect Function Assy/Cable/Main board. IR 3.3Vdc to 2.5Vdc
1 2 GND
4. If LED is ON (Effective DC)
Switch Operation activates on screen display AMP_SCL_I2C
If missing: 3 A3.3V_PW 4
3.3Vdc (effective DC)
Key _Input1 Pin 6 change to 0V with a command. KEY_INPUT1
If wrong voltage or no change: AMP_SDA_I2C
5 6 1.8dc to 0V with
Switch for stuck or miss-operation. 3.3 Vdc (effective DC)
command
5. Check IR operation with Standard Remote KEY_INPUT2 0V LED_STB_OUT
7 8
command changes. (no operation change) 1.7Vdc STBY
(3.3V to 2.5V effective DC) LED_CTRL to Deco
A3.3V_PW 3.3V to Deco
9 10 Lamp
6. SDA, SCL for effective 3.3Vdc (after power Lamp
on) 1Vdc (off) 0.5V (On)
If missing suspect Function Assy/Cable Assy./Main Assy.
CNM803

SMPS

Fuse

TV POWER STANDBY TEST:


1. TV in Standby 5. If fusses are open replace SMPS.
Standby LED Indicator 6. If fuses are OK:
2. If Not Lit: Standby: A13V (Always On) to Main
AC 120Vac Line Board. Should all be approx. 9 VDC
3. If missing: 7. If any missing remove the SMPS
120Vac Source/Power Cord connector to Main Board .
4. If OK: Standby A13V again for 9VDC .
Resistance on SMPS Fuse after If OK replace Main Board
first removing AC power cord. If still missing replace SMPS.
CNM803

SMPS

TV POWER ON SEQUENCE TEST:


1. Power TV On 4. If any wrong voltage, remove SMPS connector to Main Board
PS_ON .2Vdc (when off) changes to 3.3Vdc (on) A13V again for 12.7VDC
May already be On if IoT USB is loaded or TV Smart 5. If OK replace Main Board
Things Hub mode is active. 6. If still wrong voltage replace SMPS
2. If voltage error or no change: OD (Over Voltage Detect) 3.3Vdc - Operating Normal
Jog Function Control Test 7. If 0V or changing, an SMPS or Panel error exists. Perform Backlight
3. If OK replace Main Board. Test.
All A13V supplies to full voltage level 12.7VDC Backlight On/Off 0V- Off to 5Vdc-ON
If missing/error replace Main Board.
CNM803

CNL801

SMPS

CNL801

Simplified: SMPS/PANEL BACKLIGHT TEST:


1. Activate Backlights Test: Disconnect Lead Cable from Main 4. If a + pin measures low voltage disconnect connector to panel
to Power Supply. The Low Plus Pin Voltage again.
TV Screen for active backlight LEDs. If it stays low the SMPS is defective, if it goes high, defective Panel.
2. If NO BACKLIGHTS BACKLIGHT DIMMING PROBLEMS:
Minus (Control) pins & Plus (Supply) pins voltages on the Go to Menu/Picture/Backlight and vary level (0 20)
Panel Connector. If no backlight changes observed:
If no pin voltages replace SMPS. Panel Connector minus (-) pin voltages and P-DIM voltages
3. If BACKLIGHTS ON BUT PANEL SECTION(S) OFF (CNM801) while changing backlight level.
The Supply Drive + pins. All should measure same. If minus Panel voltages dont change, and P-DIM changes, replace
If a + pin measures higher voltage, a string(s) of LEDs are SMPS.
likely open. If P-DIM doesnt change replace Main/T-Con Board.
Remove Panel connector and verify same open backlight
voltage condition. Replace Panel. Use: MUTE 419 EXIT to test Panel Backlight Sections
Troubleshooting Backlights Additional Option
1. Remove CN803 (Main to SMPS) to activate backlights.

80Vdc 2. Check each separate backlight supply at the 8 circled capacitors for approx. 80 Vdc by
connecting the multi meter to CH1 through CH8 side of Capacitors. (Ref. Chassis Ground)

25Vdc 3. If any are missing or low, remove the panel connectors and re-test. If it stays low the SMPS
Board is defective. If it goes up to same reading as the other CH supply voltages with the
connector removed, the Panel is defective (a string of LEDs are shorted)

4. Check the eight Capacitors (C9103 through 9803) at each capacitor pin location closest to the
Ref. Chassis Ground transformer. They should measure approximately 25Vdc. If any read much lower (1 or 2 Volts)
(Voltages Vary with Panel Size) and corresponding CH was ok (80V). The Panel is defective (open string of LEDs).
LED DRIVE VOLTAGE (UN48JS9000 Example)
(Voltages Vary with Panel Sizes)
Plus Pins
84VDC +
(48 Models) 1 thru 8

MORE VOLTAGE TO LEDS

Minus Pins
-
1 thru 8
30VDC MAX Backlight
(48 Models) 54Vdc to Panel

Plus Pins
84VDC
+
(48 Models) 1 thru 8

LESS VOLTAGE TO LEDS

40VDC
(48 Models)
Minus Pins
-
1 thru 8 Min Backlight
44Vdc to Panel 34
NOTE: Approximate DC Voltages are listed when measured with a Multi Meter & reference to Chassis Ground
Video: Customer
Customer Picture Test
Picture Test

MAIN/TCON BOARD
Main Section Pre- FRC (T-CON) Post FRC ( T-CON)

Test Result Problem

Check Signal
Source and other
Pass Pass Pass
inputs to One
Connect

Replace
Fail Pass Pass One Connect
Board

Replace
Fail Fail Pass Main/T-CON
Board

Replace
Fail Fail Fail Main/T-CON
Board or Panel
Video

Check Test Patterns


ENTER: Factory mode -> SVC -> Test Pattern
1. Verify Scaler Pattern and
US Post Pattern
Scaler Pattern 2. Verify FRC Pre Test Pattern
1. US Post Pattern 3.Verify FRC Post Test Pattern
4. Verify SoC TCON Test Pattern
Main Board

JAZZ-M
2. FRC Pre Test Pattern
FRC

T-CON 3. FRC Post Test Pattern

SoC TCON Test


4. Pattern
One Connect

SYMPTOM: TV Powers On with no on screen video or menu:


1. Power the TV Off

2. Unplug One Connect Cable to the TV.

3. Power the TV ON

One Connect disconnect banner will appear.

4. If there is a problem in the One Connect and the TV Panel is OK the disconnect banner will
appear.

5. Replace defective One Connect Board.


TROUBLESHOOTING VIDEO PROBLEMS
ONE CONNECT MAIN/TCON BOARD PANEL
Main PRE FRC of POST FRC of TCON
Section TCON Section TCON Section Section
ONE CONNECT
MINI
Start Up Logo
Customer Customer
Picture Test 2 Picture Test 3
MUTE
369 If Noisy:
Disconnect Banner Customer Picture Test 1 MUTE
MUTE Panel
147 Mute 369 Mute (defective)
May not be available for
MUTE
Larger models over 70 inches
Cable Mute 147 Mute .

Video Operation Video Operation Video Operation Video Operation Video Operation
Generated on Generated at Generated at Generated at T-CON
If No Video Main Section. Pre FRC, of T-CON Post FRC of Section.
Disconnect One Section. T-CON
Connect Cable If OK: Section. If OK:
Source & Input If OK: Main/ T-CON Board
Disconnect Banner
Cables Main Section If OK: (defective)
is displayed
Main/T-CON
If Banner Appears Other inputs If Noisy: (defective) If Noisy:
Post FRC Pattern Main/ T-CON Board
One Connect Box One Connect If Noisy:
/Cable (defective) Cable/Box Mute 369 Mute

If No Banner If Noisy:
continue T-Con Section
Test Patterns
AUDIO Troubleshooting:

Source (One Connect Mini) Main Board Speakers

AUDIO TEST
No TV Sound
Menu/Audio/Speaker Settings/set to TV Speaker

Noisy/Distorted TV Audio
Customer Menu/Support/ SOUND TEST No HDMI Audio
Source / HDMI Cable & One Connect Mini Connectors
If SOUND TEST FAILS (Missing/Noisy Audio) Swap with other HDMI Inputs/Sources
Speakers (compare resistance/quality) Perform EDID Write in Factory Mode
Compare audio level out to speakers with multi meter. (Can restore missing HDMI Audio).
Replace defective Speakers or Main Board or Cable Bulletins and Latest firmware on TV
If not restored replace One Connect Mini/Main.
IF SOUND TEST OK Check Audio Format PCM/Dolby based on external Receiver
Audio Source & External Cables
With external Audio Generator (device or App) ARC Issues
Other Inputs HDMI Cable is input to the ARC Designated HDMI port
One Connect Mini ARC (HDMI Control) is enabled on the external Receiver.

Optical Digital Out Errors Bluetooth Audio Sound Share Connection Issues
Red light from Optical Digital Out Sound Bar is in TV Mode
If missing replace One Connect Mini To Connect, Press & Hold Play Button until Sound Bar pairing mode
begins.
Network Troubleshooting

TV Router Internet
TV to Router Failure Router to Network Failure
Check Network Status Check Network Status

Wired & Wireless MAC Address in Customer Support Menu.


No Wired MAC Address: Replace Main Board Instruct the customer the TV has proper connection to t
No Wireless MAC Address: he router and is likely OK.
Module cabling & voltages from Main Board.
If operating voltages are OK but signal missing Check other devices using network are OK. If they test
Replace WiFi Module (WiFi/Bluetooth Module) OK this does not mean the TV should be working.

Try another source (Hotspot) to test/show TV Network


Proper security passcode operation.
Check Wi-Fi signal strength at TV (use WiFi Analyzer or similar App)
Try another source (Hot spot or Test Router)
Check related Bulletins
Check Factory Mode / SVC / Info/ WiFi Error Count
(replace module for high error counts)
Smart Hub Connection Test

TV Router Internet Samsung Server


Go to Menu > Support > Self Diagnosis > Smart Hub Connection Test
Network Test/ DNS Test ISP Blocking Samsung Samsung Apps Test
Gateway Test Server Test

If it Fails If it fails If it fails If it fails If it Fails


TV to Router DNS setting in Network Internet Service Network Reset Smart Hub
Connection Settings Provider is Status Samsung Apps load correctly
Test in If DNS is set manually Active If OK If it Fails
Network settings are correct (may be With DNS Reset Smart Perform Apps Reset in Factory
Trouble - set to 8.8.8.8 to prevent setting at 8888 Hub Mode
shooting Netflix issues) With Hot Spot Terms of Go to Smart Hub and complete
If it still fails Agreement are Terms of Agreement and set up
DNS Test with setting to Auto accepted. information
Mode Samsung Apps load correctly
If it fails both Manual & Auto Before selecting an App, allow
problem is ISP or Router Apps to load or failure will
re-occur.
For Netflix Operation/Connection Issues: For Streaming Issues:
Check Certificate & Netflix ESN Status in Factory Mode. Go to TV Web Browser / Go to speedof.
If Certificate and ESN exists, CO, NfO, change the DNS to 8.8.8.8 me / testmy.net
If Certificate is missing, C/ replace the TVs Main board. Check Speed for at least 5 Mbps
If ESN number is missing: NF/ do not replace the Main Board. (HD streaming)/ 25 Mbps (4K Streaming)
Reset TV Clock and check for correct Time & Date. Netflix rel Check Latency for less than 50ms
ies on correct settings.
Reset Smart Hub. / Reset Apps In Factory Mode
PIN1 PIN16
Pin1

Pins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 11 12 13 14 15 16
0

Stan 3.3 0 3.3V N 0 0 0 0 0V 0 3 Vdc 0 0 5Vdc 3.3 3.3


dby Vdc Vdc C V VCC Vdc Vdc

Pwr 3.3V 3.3 3.3V 0.7V 2.5V 0 0 3.3 0 .02V .02V 0 5Vdc 3.3 3.3
On dc Vdc dc eff. dc eff.dc V Vd eff.dc eff.dc VCC Vdc Vdc
BT Sig BT Sig c WiFi Sig WiFi Sig
(DM) (DP) (DP) (DM)
4V P-P 4VP-P 0.5V P-P 0.5V P-P

- Go to Menu/Support/Contact Samsung
. Wired MAC Address (missing or error - replace Main Board)
. Wireless MAC Address
. Bluetooth Address
- If Bluetooth Address or Wireless MAC Address are missing or
errors exist
BT & Wi-Fi Connector Voltages. If Voltages are OK but no BT or
Wi-Fi Signals voltage(s), replace defective Module.
Setting TV into Factory Mode: Important Items:

Factory Remote Option (must set Option Bytes when replacing


1. Power TV ON Main Board)
2. Select TV Source
3. Info/Factory Option/ Factory Reset (returns TV to out of
4. Use MENU for return box condition. Does not reset Apps)

Samsung IR Remote SVC / Test Patterns


(Limited Operation)
SVC/Info/ ER Count (Important to check for
Part No. 1. TV Power Standby
2. Info/Menu/Mute/Power
errors. Note: Resets to 0 with Factory Reset.
AA81-00243A

Factory Reset: Select Factory Reset

First Screen
Setting Option Bytes
Appearing in 1. Enter Factory Mode with
Factory Mode Service Remote (only)
2. Check Option Byte Table
located on GSPN (Fast Track
or Tips)
(SAMPLE) 3. Select each item to change
4. Soft power TV Off to load
Check Test Patterns
1. Verify Scaler Pattern and
US Post Pattern
2. Verify FRC Pre Test Pattern
3.Verify FRC Post Test Pattern
4. Verify SoC TCON Test Pattern
SVC / Test Patterns

Factory Mode / Control / EDID


1. Remove ALL HDMI
connections
2. Factory Mode/Control/EDID
(Press Enter)
SVC / Info/ER Count
3. Select EDID/OFF to ON (Right
WD Count: Watch Dog
Arrow Key)
(Hardware related issue)
4. Select EDID WRITE ALL (Enter)
AR Count: Auto Reset
(software (i.e. Apps) related 5. Wait to Success (Right Arrow
Key)
important Error Count
Status Screen. 6. Confirm EDID WRITE ALL
Verify each item listed. Success (Menu Key)
1.Carefully position the TV so that the screen is
facing downwards. Make sure to place the TV
upon a soft curved cushion or any material that
will prevent damage to the screen.

2. Remove the stands with pulling it down.


3. Make a gap with the DELPHINUS JIG(1) and DELPHINUS JIG 2
BH81-00001A
insert the OPEN JIG into the gap(2).
1
OPEN JIG
BH81-12884A

Jig Direction

4. Separate the side of the Rear cover with the

Jig Direction
Jig Direction
OPEN JIG(3).

5. Gently lift up the Rear Cover from the bottom


chassis.
6. Remove the BT/WIFI module from the
speaker(1). Remove the BT/WIFI and
speaker Cables from the main board(2)
then remove the speaker(3).
2

1 3

A B
7. Remove the power cable(A), BLU cable(B)
and the USI-T cables(C).

C
3
8. Disconnect the function cable from the logo
cable(1). Remove the function module from the
bottom chasis(2) and remove the function cable 1
from the main board(3).
2

9. Remove 2EA Screws on the Power


Connector of SMPS Board
10. Remove the Main Board and SMPS
Board pushing to the arrow direction.

Removing SMPS board


- Gently lift up (Bottom Left corner) to release the
lock
- Use both hands to hold the board and slide to the
right to release
When installing the SMPS board, verify the board
is properly positioned in all 6 mounting slots.

Removing Main board


- Gently lift up (Top Right corner) to release the lock
- Use both hands to hold the board and slide to the
left to release the board
When installing the Main board, verify the board is
properly positioned in all 4 mounting slots.
11. Completely Disassembly