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SERVICE MANUAL

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Date Revise Version Description
2010.4.14 V1.0 Initial Issue
2011.11.18 V2.0
According to the customer whole enginge module
requirement to revise service manual,the contents as
following:
1.Cancel charpter 2-13(Disassemble color wheel mod-
ule).
2.Cancel charpter 2-14(Disassemble DMD chip and
DMD board).
3.Cancel No.5,6,7,19,20 parts and modify No.18 part
number in appendix A
2011.12.1 V3.0
According to the customer requirement to add contents
as following:
1.Add charpter 2-13(Disassemble color wheel module).
2.Add charpter 2-14(Disassemble DMD chip and DMD
board).
3.Add No.5,6,7,19,20 parts number in appendix A
2012.1.31 V4.0 Modify No.5,21 parts number in appendix A
2012.3.19 V5.0
1.Add No.31,32 parts number in appendix A
2.Add new photo sensor rework SOP in appendix C
Copyright March. 2012. All Rights Reserved
Confdential BS275/BX275
Preface
This manual is applied to BS275/BX275 projection system. The manual gives you a brief
description of basic technical information to help in service and maintain the product.
Your customers will appreciate the quick response time when you immediately identify
problems that occur with our products. We expect your customers will appreciate the
service that you offer them.
This manual is for technicians and people who have an electronic background. Please
send the product back to the distributor for repairing and do not attempt to do anything
that is complex or is not mentioned in the troubleshooting.

Notice:
The information found in this manual is subject to change without prior notice. Any
subsequent changes made to the data herein will be incorporated in future edition.

BS275/BX275 Service Manual
Copyright March., 2012.
All Rights Reserved
Manual Version 5.0
I
BS275/BX275 Confdential
BS275/BX275 Comparison List
PARTS BS275 BX275
Main BD 80.8HC01G003 80.8HF01G003
Top Cover 51.8HC01G001 51.8HC01G011
DMD 48.8EH01G001 48.8CQ01G003
Engine 70.8HC13GR01 70.8HF05GR01
II
Confdential BS275/BX275 III
Table of Content
Chapter 1 Introduction
Highlight 1-1
Compatible Mode 1-4
Product Overview 1-6
Remote control battery installation 1-12
Chapter 2 Disassembly Process
Equipment Needed & Product Overview 2-1
Disassemble Lamp Cover Module 2-2
Disassemble Lamp Module 2-2
Disassemble Top Cover Module 2-3
Disassemble Zoom Ring Module 2-3
Disassemble Keypad Board Module 2-4
Disassemble Top Shielding 2-4
Disassemble IO Cover 2-5
Disassemble Main Board Module 2-5
Disassemble Main Board Shielding 2-6
Disassemble Front Cover Module and IR Sensor Board 2-8
Disassemble Engine Module 2-8
Disassemble Color Wheel Module 2-9
Disassemble DMD Chip and DMD Board 2-9
Disassemble Focus Ring 2-10
Disassemble Fan Module and Thermal Switch 2-10
Disassemble Blower Module 2-12
Disassemble LVPS Module 2-12
Disassemble Lamp Driver 2-13
BS275/BX275 Confdential
IV
Disassemble Interlock Switch 2-14
Disassemble Bottom Shielding 2-15
Disassemble Speaker 2-15
Disassemble Bottom Cover Module 2-16
Rod Adjustment 2-17
Re-write Lamp Usage Hour 2-19

Chapter 3 Troubleshooting
LED Lighting Message 3-1
Main Procedure 3-2
Chapter 4 Function Test & Alignment Procedure
Test Equipment Needed 4-1
Service Mode 4-1
OSD Reset 4-1
Factory Fan RPM Reset 4-2
Test Condition 4-2
Test Inspection Procedure 4-4
PC MODE 4-5
Video Performance 4-8
Calibration 4-10
Optical Performance Measure 4-12

Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade
Section 1: System Firmware Upgrade 5-1
Equipment Needed 5-1
DLP Composer Lite Setup Procedure 5-2
Get into FW mode 5-3
Confdential BS275/BX275
NLINK Setup Procedure 5-9
Manley USB Driver Upgrade Procedure 5-10
8051 Firmware Upgrade Procedure 5-13


Chapter 6 EDID Upgrade
EDID Introduction 6-1
Equipment Needed 6-2
Setup Procedure (VGA) 6-3
EDID Key-In Procedure 6-4

Appendix A Exploded Image I
Appendix B
Serial Number Defnition I
PCBA Code Defnition II

Appendix C
New photo sensor board Reworking SOP I
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-1
Chapter 1
Introduction
1-1 Highlight
No Item Description
1 Technology 0.55 DMD 1 chip 2xLVDS (DarkChip3) S450
2 Dimension (W x D x H) 286.3*88.2*192 mm (without protruding parts)
3 Weight < 2.31Kg
4 Power Supply
Universal AC 100--240V ~ 50 / 60 Hz with PFC input
180W Lamp @ normal operation
160W Lamp @ eco operation
Variance FAN speed control (Depend on temperature
variance)
5 Keystone Correction +/ -15 degree Vertical
6 Resolution Native Resolution: 800 X 600
7 Brightness
2250 ANSI Lumens ( Typical )
2000 ANSI Lumens ( Minimum )
8 Contrast 2200:1 (Full on/Full off)
9 Uniformity
80% Typical (JBMA standard )
65% Minimum (JBMA standard )
10 Throw ratio 1.95 ~ 2.15:1 distance/width @2.37m
11 Projection lens
F# 2.41-2.55, 1.10X Mechanical Zoom Lens.
f=21.8-24mm @ 60
12 Lamp life
3000 hours at typical full power mode.
4000 hours at Eco mode
(The more than 50% of lamp population have light out
put>50% of initial min. Lumen output at the lamp life time.
13 Lens Offset 115%+/-5%
14 Video compatibility
NTSC: M (3.58MHz), 4.43 MHz
PAL: B, D, G, H, I, M, N
SECAM: B, D, G, K, K1, L
HDTV: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p(50/60Hz), 1080i/p(50/60Hz)
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-2
No Item Description
15 Terminals
One D-Sub 15-pin female connector for VGA input
and component video input
One Mini DIN 4-pin for S-Video Input
One RCA Jack for Composite Video Input
One Min-pin RS232 port for FW update
One D-Sub 15-pin female connector for VGA output
One Audio in 3.5mm mini-jack
16 System Controller TI DDP2431
17 Color Wheel
40mm diameter, 6 segments (R81Y41G84C31W52B71) &
7200 rpm
18 Lamp 180W Lamp (Osram E20.8)
19 Temperature
Operating: 5 ~ 35C
Storage: -20 ~ 60C
20 Altitude
Operating: 0~2,500 ft, for 5C~35C
2,500~5,000 ft, for 5C~30C
5,000~10,000 ft, for 5C~25C
Storage 40,000 ft
21 Input Signal
Computer analog input
Video
Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75ohm
Sync
Hsync Freq. 31.35~91.1kHz
Vsync Freq. 56~85Hz
Separate Sync: (HV) TTL level (bi-polarity)
Composite Sync: TTL level (bi-polarity)
Sync-on-green: negative sync. 0.3Vp-p
Analog Video
Composite video 75ohm
S-video (Y/C) 75ohm
Component video (Y/Pb/Pr) 75ohm
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-3
No Item Description
22 Projection Distance 1.2~12m
23 Projection Screen Size Adjustable from 27.46 to 302.8 (Focus range)(Diagonal)
24 Color Wheel
UL/ cUL, FCC B, TUV-GS & CB report, CE, C-Tick, CCC,
KC, Gost-R, NOM, SASO
25 Audio speaker Built-in one 2W speaker
26 Projection method Desktop/Ceiling (Front/Rear)
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-4
1-2 Compatible Mode
Computer Compatibility (Analog)
Compatibility Resolution V-Sync [Hz]
VGA
640x350 70
640x350 85
640x400 85
640x480 60
640x480 72
640x480 75
640x480 85
720x400 70
720x400 85
SVGA
800x600 56
800x600 60
800x600 72
800x600 75
800x600 85
XGA
1024x768 60
1024x768 70
1024x768 75
1024x768 85
WXGA
1280x768 60
1280x768 75
1280x720 60
1280x800 60
SXGA
1152x864 60
1152x864 70
1152x864 75
1152x864 85
1280x1024 60
1280x1024 75
1280x1024 85
1280 x 960 60
SXGA+ 1400x1050 60
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-5
Compatibility Resolution V-Sync [Hz]
UXGA 1600 x 1200 60
MAC LC 13 640x480 66.66
MAC II 13 640x480 66.68
MAC 16 832x624 74.55
MAC 19 1024x768 75
MAC 1152x870 75.06
MAC G4 640x480 60
i Mac DV 1024x768 75
i Mac DV 1152x870 75
i Mac DV 1280x960 75
Note: If the Computer Compatibility supportive signal is different from User's Manual, please refer
to User's Manual.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-6
1-3 Product Overview
Projector Outlook
Front /Upper side
Item Description Item Description
1 Control Panel 6 Focus Ring
2 Remote Sensor 7 Ventilation (outlet)
3 Zoom Ring 8 Lens
4 Ventilation (inlet) 9 Lens Cap
5 Speaker
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-7
Rear side
Item Description Item Description
1 RGB IN Connector 5 RGB OUT Connector
2 S-VIDEO Connector 6 AUDIO-IN Jack
3 VIDEO Connector 7 AC IN
4 RS232C Service Port 8 KensingtonTM Lock
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-8
Control Panel
Item Function Description
1 POWER Power On/Off the Projector
2 POWER LED Indicate the projectors status.
3 LAMP LED Indicate the projectors lamp status.
4 TEMP LED Indicate the projectors temperature status..
5 KEYSTONE
Adjust the image to compensate for distortion caused by tilting
the projector.
6
Four Directional
Select Keys
Use to select items or make adjustments to your
selection.
7 SOURCE Press SOURCE to select an input signal.
8 MENU
Press Menu to launch the on-screen display (OSD) menu. To
exit OSD, Press Menu again.
9 VOLUME Adjust to increase / decrease the volume.
10 OK Confrm your item selection.
11 AUTO
Automatically synchronizes the projector
to the input source.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-9
Remote Control Layout
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-10
Item Function Description
1
Infrared
transmitter
Sends signals to the projector.
2 DIS-MODE
Select the Image mode from Presentation,Bright, Movie, SRGB,
Blackboard,Classroom, User1 and User2.
3 POWER Turning the Projector On/Off
4 COMPUTER Press COMPUTER to choose RGB IN connector.
5 FREEZE
Pause the screen image. Press again to resume the screen
image.
7 ENTER Confrm your section of items in sub menu operation.
8 SOURCE
Press SOURCE to choose RGB, Component, S-Video and
Composite sources.
9 MENU
Press MENU to launch the Onscreen
display (OSD), back to the top level of OSD for the OSD main
menu operation
10 KEYSTONE -
Adjust the image to compensate for distortion caused by tilting
the projector.
11 AV-MUTE Momentarily turn off/on the audio and video.
12 RESET
Return the adjustments and settings to the factory default val-
ues. (except for lamp counter)
13
VIDEO 1
(S-VIDEO)
Press VIDEO 1 to choose S-VIDEO connector.
14
VIDEO 2
(VIDEO)
Press VIDEO 2 to choose VIDEO connector.
15 KEYSTONE +
Adjust the image to compensate for distortion caused by tilting
the projector.
16 D.ZOOM Zoom out or Zoom in the projector display.
17
Four Directional
Select Keys
Use to select items or make adjustments to your
selection.
18 RE-SYNC
Automatically synchronize the projector
to the input source.
19 SOURCE-LOCK
This function detects the input signal automatically. When fnd-
ing a signal, the search will stop.
20 VOLUME +/- Increase/decrease speaker volume.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-11
Bottom Cover Dimension
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1-12
1-4 Remote control battery installation
- Press frmly and slide the battery cover off.

- Install new battery (CR2025 type battery)into the compartment.Ensure
that the side with a +

- Install new battery into the compartment.


BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-1
Chapter 2
Disassembly Process
2-1 Equipment Needed & Product Overview
1. Screw Bit (+): 105
2. Screw Bit (+): 107
3. Screw Bit (-): 107
4. Hex Sleeves 5 mm
5. Tweezers
6. Projector
* Before you start: This process is protective level II. Operators should wear electrostatic chains.
* Note: - If you need to replace the main board, you have to record the lamp usage hour.

BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-2
2-2 Disassemble Lamp
Cover Module
1. Loosen 2 screws (as red circle) on the
Lamp Cover.
2. Disassemble the Lamp Cover Module
and tear off the Aluminum foil.
2-3 Disassemble Lamp
Module
1. Loosen 2 screws (as red circle) on the
Lamp Module.
2. Take off the Lamp Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-3
2-4 Disassemble Top Cover
Module
1. Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) from the
Bottom Cover.
2. Unscrew 2 screws (as green circle) from
the IO Cover .
3. Remove the Top Cover Module.
Note:When you disassemble the top
cover, please pay attention to the
tenons(as yellow square).
2-5 Disassemble Zoom Ring
Module
1. Unscrew 7 screws (as red circle) from
the Top Cover Module.
2. Remove the Zoom Ring Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-4
2-7 Disassemble Top
Shielding
1. Unscrew 9 screws (as red circle).
2. Disassembled the Top Shielding.
2-6 Disassemble Keypad
Board Module
1. Unscrew 4 screws (as red circle) to
disassemble Keypad Board Module.
2. Tear off 2 EMI gaskets from Keypad
Board Module.
3. Separate Keypad Button from Top Cover
Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-5
2-8 Disassemble IO Cover
1. Unscrew 4 hex screws (as red circle).
2. Unfasten 2 tenons (as yellow square).
3. Disassembled the IO cover.
Note:Take care the tenons when you
disassemble the unit.
2-9 Disassemble Main Board
Module
1. Unscrew 3 screws (as red circle).
2. Unplug 1 connector (as green square)
of Color Wheel.
3. Unplug 6 connectors (as orange square).
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-6
Item
Male Connector
on Main Board
The key feature Figure
A Lamp Driver Black wire tube (5 pin)
B Fan
Compose of Red/Yellow/Black
Wire (3 pin)
C Blower
Compose of Red/Black/White
Wire, white connector and Black
wire tube (3 pin)
D Photo Sensor
Compose of Red/Black/White
Wire, red connector and Black
wire tube (3 pin)
E IR
Compose of Red/Black/White
Wire, green connector and Black
wire tube (3 pin)
F Speaker
Compose of Red/Black Wire and
Black wire tube (2 pin)
F E D C B A
Please refer to the table as below for
details of each connector.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-7
4. Unplug 1 connector (as yellow square).
5. Remove the Main Board.
2-10 Disassemble Main
Board Shielding
1. Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle).
2. Disassemble the Main Board Shielding.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-8
2-11 Disassemble Front
Cover Module and IR
Sensor Board
1. Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle).
2. Unfasten 2 tenons (as green square).
3. Remove the Front Cover Module.
4. Unfasten 2 tenons (as green square) to
disassemble the IR Sensor Board and IR
Cover.
Note: - Take care the tenons when you
disassemble the unit.
IR Cover
IR Sensor Board
2-12 Disassemble Engine
Module
1. Unscrew 4 screws (as yellow circle) to
disassemble the Engine Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-9
2-13 Disassemble Color
Wheel Module
1. Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) to
disassemble the Color Wheel Module.
2. Unscrew 1 screw (as blue circle) to
disassemble the Photo Sensor Board
from the Color Wheel Module.
Note: - Avoid touching the glass parts of color
wheel.
2-14 Disassemble DMD Chip
and DMD Board
1. Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) to
disassemble the Heat Sink and DMD
Module.
2. Rotate the screw counterclockwise (as
yellow circle) to disassemble the DMD
Board and DMD Chip.
Note: - Avoid touching the DMD Chip when you
disassemble it.
- Found that the DMD Chip has scrapes
or dirt use of a magnifying glass, you
may use an electrostatic ion gun to
clean it.
- Pay attention to the fxed position when
assembling the DMD Chip.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-10
2-15 Disassemble Focus
Ring
1. Unscrew 3 screws (as red circle) to
disassemble the Focus Ring.
Focus Ring
2-16 Disassemble Fan
Module and Thermal
Switch
1. Unscrew 3 screws (as red circle).
2. Unscrew 1 screw (as orange circle).
3. Disassembled the Fan Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-11
Note: - Take the Fan Module as the right
gesture.
the wrong gesture the right gesture
4. Unscrew 4 screws (as blue circle) to
disassemble the Fan Shielding and Fan.
5. Unscrew 1 screw (as green circle) to
disassemble the Thermal Switch.
Thermal Switch
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-12
2-17 Disassemble Blower
Module
1. Unscrew 3 screws (as red circle) to
disassemble the Blower Module.
2. Seprate the Blower and Blower Rubber.
2-18 Disassemble LVPS
Module
1. Unscrew 6 screws (as red circle).
2. Unplug 3 connectors (as yellow square).
3. Cut off the cable tie (as green square).
4. Disassemble the LVPS Module, AC
Inlet Bracket and LVPS to MB cable.
AC Inlet Bracket
LVPS to MB cable
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-13
Note: when you assemble the unit must do
actions as below:
1. Use the cable tie to pierce the frst hole of
LVPS for binding the Interlock Switch and
Lamp Driver to LVPS cable (as blue
square).
2. Use clamp to fx the Lamp Driver to LVPS
cable (as orange square).
2-19 Disassemble Lamp
Driver
1. Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle) to
disassemble the Lamp Driver Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-14
Interlock Switch
2-20 Disassemble Interlock
Switch
1. Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle) to
disassemble the Interlock Switch.
Note: Make sure the Interlock Switch cable be
wedged fllister as the picture shown.
Lamp Driver
Lamp Driver Holder
2. Unscrew 4 screws (as yellow circle).
3. Unplug 3 connectors (as blue square).
4. Disassemble the Lamp Driver and Lamp
Driver Holder.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-15
2-21 Disassemble Bottom
Shielding
1. Unscrew 3 screws (as red cricle) to
disassemble the Bottom Shielding.
2-22 Disassemble Speaker
1. Unscrew 2 screws (as yellow circle) to
disassemble the Speaker.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-16
2-23 Disassemble Bottom
Cover Module
1. Unscrew 3 nuts (as red circle) to
remove the rubber adjust foot.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-17
2-24 Rod Adjustment
1. Environment Adjustment
- The distance between the engine and
the screen is 2.4 M.
- This process should be done at a dark
environment (under 2 Lux).
2. Procedure Adjustment
- Change the screen to "white screen".
- Adjust the screws by using the rod
on the engine module to readjust the
image.
("screw 1" should be adjusted frst, and
then "screw 2". Adjust until the yellowish
or bluish parts disappeared.)
3. Abnormal image inspection
- It should not have any abnormal color
at the rim of the image by estimating
through the eyes.
Note:To avoid over adjusting the rod. After
the operation, please use the glue to
fx the screws.
please refer to the blow table for rod
adjustment:
Z type driver
Screw1
Screw2
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-18
Adjustment
Part
Screw direction
Screen State
Description
Initial state
State after
adjusting
Right/Left
screw1
Right(tighten
direction)
When the right color
band appeared,rotate
scew1 clockwise,then
the color band disap-
peared.
Lift(loosen direc-
tion
When the left color band
appeared,rotate scew1
anti-clockwise,then the
color band disappeared.
Up/Down
screw2
Right(tighten
direction)
When the bottom color
band appeared,rotate
scew2 clockwise,then
the color band disap-
peared.
Lift(loosen direc-
tion
When the top color band
appeared,rotate scew2
anti-clockwise,then the
color band disappeared.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2-19
2-25 Re-write Lamp Usage
Hour
1.Press "Menu",when "OSD" is displayed.
- Use Left or Right key to select
"OPTIONS" .
- Use "UP" or "DOWN" key to select
"Lamp settings",then press"OK".
- Use"UP" or "DOWN" key to select
"Eco Mode".
- UseLeft or Right key to select
"on"or"off",then press "OK".
2. Get into service mode.
- Press Power --> Left --> Left --> Menu
to get into service mode.
- Use Down key to select Exit"
- Use Left or Right key to re-write the
Normal Lamp hour or Eco Lamp hour.
Note:"Eco Mode" status is"on",you can Re-
write Eco Lamp Hour.
"Eco Mode"status is"off",you can Re-write
Normal Lamp Hour.


3. Choose Exit, press OK to exit service
mode.

Note: Reset the lamp hour counter after replacing
the lamp.(as red square)
Left key = decrease lamp hour
Right key=increase lamp hour
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-1
Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
3-1 LED Lighting Message
Message
Power-LED LED
Green Amber
LAMP
(Red)
TEMP
(Red)
Standby
(Input power cable)
O
Normal (Power on)
O
Powering up
(Warming up)
Flashing
O
Power off
(Cooling-I: It cant accept
any key at this status)
Flashing
O
Power off (Cooling-II: It can
accept power key to turn on
the projector)
O
Flashing
Error (Lamp failed)
O O O
Error (Fan lock)
O O O
Flashing
Error (Over temp.)
O O O
Note:Steady by=>
No light=>O
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-2
3-2 Equipment Needed
1. Projector
2. PC (Personal computer)
3. DVD player
4. Screw drivers
5. VGA cable, power cord, S-video cable,Video-cable, audio cable,
6. Voltage test meter
7. Oscilloscope
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-3
3-3 Main Procedure
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-4
3-4 Power troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-5
Power troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-6
3-5 Image troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-7
Image troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-8
Image troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-9
Image troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-10
3-6 Audio Troubleshooting Troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 3-11
3-7 Remote Troubleshooting
BS275/BX275
Confdential 4-1
Chapter 4
Function Test & Alignment Procedure
4-1 Test Equipment Needed
- IBM PC with HDTV resolution
- DVD player with Multi-system, equipped Component, Composite, S-Video and HDMI.
- HDTV Source (720P, 1080P, 1080i)
- Minolta CL-100
- Quantum Data 802B or CHROMA2327 (Color Video Signal & Pattern Generator)
4-2 Service Mode
1. Turn on the projector
2. Press Power, Left, Left and Menu buttons sequentially on
keypad to get into service mode.

4-3 OSD Reset
After fnal QC step, we have to erase all saved
change again and restore the default setting:
(1) Please get into OSD menu.
(2) Execute OSD reset function under Options.

BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-2
4-4 Factory Fan RPM Reset
After replace main board, fan or upgrade system FW, you need to do: Picture A
1. Plug in the power cord, hold on "left" button then press "power"
button, when the power LED lighted green, Temp LED and Lamp
LED lighted red about one second, loosen "left" button.
2. After the Logo disappeared, Picture A will be shown.
3. After several minutes, you can check the fan RPM as red circle.
a.Please get into Service Mode (refer to 4-2)
b.Select Thermal Settings, then press OK, Fan detail
information will be shown.
Note: 1.The steps must be fnished in 50 seconds after
powering on projector.
2. If the factory fan Value dont show in service
mode,please repeat the step 1,2 again.
4-5 Test Condition
- Circumstance brightness: Dark room less than 2 lux.
- Inspection distance: 0.5m~1.0m functional inspection.
- Screen size: 60 inches diagonal.
- After repairing each unit, a Run-in test is necessary (refer to the below table).
Symptom Run-in Time
Normal repair 2 hours
NFF 4 hours
Auto shutdown 6 hours
Get into Burn-In Mode
* Cycle setting is based on the defect symptoms. ie: If it is NFF, the run-in time is 4 hours. You have
to set the lamp on for 50 min. and lamp off for 10 min for 4 cycles.
Press power > Left > Left > Menu buttons sequentially on remote controller to get into
service mode
Choose Burn-In Test > enter
Lamp On Press right key to adjust the time (50)
Lamp Off Press right key to adjust the time (10)
Set burn in cycle Press right key to adjust the cycle
After setting up the time, choose Get into Burn-In Mode and press enter
Picture A
Confdential 4-3 BS275/BX275
Defect specifcation table
< Figure: Zone A, Zone B & Frame(as green line) Defnition, Active area=Zone A+ Zone B >
Screen Defects (While replacing DMD Chip, DMD Board and Main Board)
Frame
Order Symptom Pattern Criteria
1 Bright pixel (dots) Gray 10 pattern A+B1
2 Dark pixel (dots) White pattern A+B 6
3 Bright blemish Gray 15 pattern A+B 10
4 Dark blemish Blue 60 pattern A+B 10
5 Bright dot on frame Gray 10 pattern 1
6 Unstable pixel White & Black pattern A+B 1
7 Adjacent dark pixel White & Black pattern A+B = 0
BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-4
4-6 Test Inspection Procedure
Update
Change Parts
Main
Board
FW
Color
wheel
Lamp
module
Engine
module
Rod
module
Fan
FW Version Update
(refer to chapter 5) V V
Color Wheel Index
(refer to chapter 4-9)
V V
Lamp counter reset
(refer to chapter 2-25)
V
PC Calibration
(refer to chapter 4-9)
V V
Video Calibration
(refer to chapter 4-9)
V V
OSD Reset
(refer to chapter 4-3) V V
Re-write Lamp Hour
Usage
(refer to chapter 2-25) V
EDID
(refer to chapter 6) V
ROD Adjustment(refer
to chapter 2-24) V V
Factory Fan RPM
Reset
(refer to chapter 4-4) V V V
Note: - If Color appears abnormal after changing Main Board Module, please do Color
Wheel index adjustment.
- After changing parts, check the information above table.
Confdential 4-5 BS275/BX275
4-7 PC MODE
For BS275, the native resolution of test signal is 800x600@60HZ.
BX275, the native resolution of test signal is 1024x768@60HZ
- We take BS275 for example here.
1. Frequency and tracking boundary
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
- Test Pattern: general-1 or master
- Check and see if the image sharpness is well
performed.
- If not, re-adjust by the following steps:
(1) Select Frequency function to adjust the total
pixel number of pixel clock in one line period.
(2) Select Tracking function and use right or left
arrow key to adjust the value to minimize video
ficker.
- Adjust Resync or Frequency/Tracking/H. Position/
V. Position to the inner screen.
Inspection item - Eliminate visual wavy noise by Resync,
Frequency or Tracking selection.
- Check if there is noise on the screen.
- Horizontal and vertical position of the video should
be adjustable to the screen frame.
Criteria - If there is noise on the screen, the product is con-
sidered as failure product.
- If there is noise on the screen, use auto or manual
frequency function or tracking function to adjust
the screen.
- The PC mode functionally sure be workable include
support format with frequency and auto detected
functional will be workable.
Master
General-1
BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-6
2. Bright Pixel
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
- Test Pattern: gray 10
Inspection item - Bright pixel check.
Criteria - Bright pixel should be no more than 1 in the active
zone; 1 pixel is allowed on the frame.
- Ref. Defect specifcation table

3. Dark Pixel
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
- Test Pattern: full white
Inspection item - Dead pixels check.
- White pattern (IRE=100)
Criteria - The dark pixel can accept no more than 6 dark pixels.
- Adjacent pixels are unacceptable.
- Ref. Defect specifcation table
4. Bright Blemish
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
- Test Pattern: gray 15
Inspection item - Bright blemish check.
Criteria - The bright blemish should be no more than 10
under gray 15 pattern.
- Ref. Defect specifcation table

5. Dark Blemish
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
- Test Pattern: blue 60
Full white
Gray 10
Gray 15
Confdential 4-7 BS275/BX275
Inspection item - Dark blemish check
Criteria - The dark blemish should be no more than 10
under blue 60 pattern.
- Ref. Defect specifcation table

6. Focus Test
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
- Test Pattern: full screen
Inspection item - Focus check
Criteria - From screen 2.6 M via visual to check the focus,
look at the entire screen, focus shall be clear,
crisp, and sharp over the entire surface of the
display pattern. (Blur word on one of the corner
after adjustment is acceptable. However, the
word should at least be recognizable.)
7. Color Performance
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: 800 x 600@60Hz, 1080i
- Test Pattern: Master, 64 gray RGBW
* Please Use 800 x 600@60Hz signal & 64 gray
RGBW pattern and 1080i signal & master pat-
tern to do color performance test. Color can not
discolor to purple and blue.
Inspection item - Check if each color level is well-functioned.
- Color saturation
Criteria - Screen appears normal. It should not have any
abnormal condition, such as lines appear on the
screen and so on.
- Color appears normal.
- It is unacceptable to have few lines fashing.
- RGBW should all appear normal on the screen
and sort from R -G-B-W.
- Color levels should be suffcient and normal.
Blue 60
Full screen
Master
64 gray RGBW
BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-8
(The unidentifed color levels on both left and
right sides should not over 4 color levels.)
- Gray level should not have abnormal color or
heavy lines.
- If color appears abnormal, please get into ser-
vice mode to do color wheel index adjustment.
4-8 Video Performance
1. CVBS
Procedure - Test equipment: DVD player
- Test signal: CVBS
Inspection item - Video performance test
Inspection Distance - 1.8M ~2.8M
Criteria - Check any abnormal color, line distortion or
any noise on the screen.
2. HDTV/ Component
Procedure - Test equipment: DVD player
- Test signal: Ycbcr/YPbPr
Inspection item - HDTV performance test
Inspection Distance - 1.8M ~2.8M
Criteria - Check any abnormal color, line distortion or
any noise on the screen.
3. Audio Test
Procedure - Test equipment: DVD Player
- Test signal: CVBS
Inspection item - Audio performance test
Inspection Distance - 1.8M ~2.8M
Motion video
Confdential 4-9 BS275/BX275
Criteria - Check the sound from speaker
- Plug Audio cable into Audio in port, check
whether Volume is normal.
- Adjust the volume to 0 9 by using the remote con
troller.
- Check the sound from speaker.
- Check whether the mute is normal.
4. S-Video
Procedure - Test equipment: DVD player
- Test signal: S-Video
Inspection item - Video performance test
Inspection Distance - 1.8M ~2.8M
Criteria - Check any abnormal color, line distortion or any noise
on the screen.
- Check the sound from speaker.
5. 3D Test
Procedure - Test equipment: DVD Player
- Test signal:HQFS format CD
Inspection item - 3D test
Inspection Distance - < 6M
Criteria The image should not appear noise, ficker,
shadow, shocking, abnormal color.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-10
4-9 Calibration
1. Color Wheel Index Adjust
Check pattern - Test signal: 800*600@60Hz
- Test pattern: 64 gray RGBW
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator
- Please press "Power", "Left", "Left" and
"Menu" buttons sequentially to get into
Service Mode.
- Adjust "Color Wheel Index" to correct the test
patten.
Inspection item - Color saturation
Criteria - There should not have any lack of RGBW.
- Color levels should be suffcient and normal.

note: Color Wheel Index should be adjusted when
the test pattern appears fashing,abnormal
color,missing color.
1. PC Calibration
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator
- Once Main Board is changed, PC calibration
should be done as well.
(1) Test signal: 800 x 600@60Hz
(2) Test Pattern: White/Black
- Note
(1) Calibration pattern should be in full screen
mode.
(2) Please refer to 4-2 Guide to get into service
mode, then get into ADC/DEC color, and
choose PC Calibration.
Inspection item - Check if there is lines on the screen.
- Check if there is noise on the screen.
- Horizontal and vertical position of the video should
be adjustable to the screen frame.
Criteria - If there is noise on the screen, the product is
considered as failure product.
- The screen appears normal, it shouldnt appear

SMPTE BAR
64 gray RGBW
Confdential 4-11 BS275/BX275
any abnormal condition, such as lines and so on.
- Check if the projection is same as monitor diplayed.
2. Video Calibration
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator.
- Once main board is changed, Video calibration
should be done as well.
(1) Test signal: 480i
(2) Test Pattern: SMPTE BAR
- Note
(1) Calibration pattern should be in full screen mode.
(2) Please refer to 4-2 Guide to get into Service Mode
select ADC/DEC color, and choose Video Calibration.
Inspection item - Color sturations
Criteria - There should not have any lack of SMPTE BAR.Color
levels should be suffcient and normal.
- There is not any abnormal lines on the image.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-12
Full white pattern
4-10 Optical Performance Measure
Inspection Condition
- Environment luminance: 2 Lux
- Product must be warmed up for 5 minutes
- Distances from the screen: 2.4 M
- Screen Size: 60 inches diagonal
1. Test equipment
Procedure - Please get into OSD menu, select Lamp
Setting under Options, press Enter but
ton, then select Bright mode.
- Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800 x 600@60Hz
2. Brightness
Procedure - Full white pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of
P1~P9.
- Follow the brightness formula to calculate
brightness values.
Brightness Formula
Avg. (P1~P9)*1.1m
2

Criteria 1100 ANSI lumen
3. Full On/Full Off Contrast
Procedure - Full white pattern & Full black pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of
Confdential 4-13 BS275/BX275
Full black pattern
Full white pattern
X100%
full white pattern P5 & full black pattern B5
(see image: full white)
- Follow Contrast formula to calculate contrast
values.
Contrast Formula
P5/B5
Note: P5 = Lux of center in full white pattern
B5 = Lux of center in full black pattern
Criteria 1800:1
4. Uniformity
Procedure - Full white pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of
P1~P9 (see image: full white).
- Follow the Uniformity formula to calculate
average values.
Uniformity Formula
JBMA Uniformity = Avg. (P1, P3, P7, P9)
P5
Criteria 65%
4-11 Others
1. Functional Inspection
Power Key - Power key must operate smoothly.
Remote Controller - Check whether the remote controller
can work normal, Menu, Left and
Right buttons work smoothly.
General - All OSD functions must be checked for func-
tionality. When OSD menu is displayed, there
shall be no visible peaking, ringing, streaking,
or smearing artifacts on the screen.
Full white pattern
BS275/BX275 Confdential 4-14
Factory Default - The factory settings (with appropriate centering,
size, geometry distortion, etc.) shall be dis-
played upon Recall is selected from OSD.
Display Size - All preset modes shall expand to full screen size
using OSD Horizontal and Vertical Size controls.
Display Data Channel (DDC) - The purpose of the DDC test is to verify the
DDC1/DDC2B operation of the projector and to
verify Plug & Play function.
Acoustic - High pitch sound from cooling fan and color
wheel is unacceptable.
2. Check points for exterior and print pattern
Check item Check point
Text & Pattern
Missing letters & pattern or blurry prints are
unacceptable.
Exterior
Dirt, scrape, water ripples and uneven color are
unacceptable.
Focus ring/ Zoom ring
Focus ring and Zoom ring should be moved
smoothly.
Logo
Missing logo, missing prints and blurry prints are
unacceptable
Screw All screws sure be fxed and in right type.
Pedestal Well-functioned
Lamp Cover It should be locked in the correct place.
Plastic Parts All plastic parts can not be broken and damaged.
Safety or warning label
All safety and warning labels should be visible,
including all contents.
Connector
All interface connectors should be complete and
workable.
Adjust foot Adjust foot should be adjusted smoothly.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-1
Chapter 5
Firmware Upgrade
Section 1: System Firmware Upgrade
5-1-1 Equipment Needed
Software: (DDP2431-RS232)
- DLP Composer Lite 9.2
- Firmware (*.img)
- 1510X library
Hardware:
- Projector
- Power Cord (42.50115G001)
- RS232 Cable 9PIN to 3PIN (42.83618G001)
- PC or Laptop
Confdential 5-2
BS275/BX275
5-1-2 DLP Composer Lite
Setup Procedure
1. Choose "DLP Composer Lite V9.2 Setup"
Program.
2. Click "Next".
3. Read "License Agreement".
- Choose "I accept and agree to be bound
by all the terms and conditions of this
License Agreement".
- Click "Next".
4. Click "Next".
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-3
5. Click "Next".
6. Click "Next".
7. The program is executing "installing"
status.
8. Click "Finish".
Confdential 5-4
BS275/BX275
5-1-3 Get into FW mode
1. Get into Firmware mode
Hold on POWER button and plug in the power cord.
- The LED will light red and amber.
- Loosen POWER button.
- Connect projector with RS232 cable to PC.

Note: - The system fan and the lamp will not
operate.


2. Execute the "DLP Composer
TM
Lite 9.2" fle.
3. Click "Edit" and "Perferences".
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-5
4. Click "Library".
- Click the "Browse" and navigate to
the directory where you put the DLP
Composer fles in.
- Click "1510X Library" folder.
- Click "OK".
5. Click Communications.
- Select Serial Port.
- Select the COM Port which you are using.
- Click Confgure.
6. Serial Port Confguration picture will
appear on the screen.
- Make sure the settings are as below:
(1) In Baud Rate item, select 115200.
(2) In Data Bits item, select 8.
(3) In Stop Bits item, select 1.
(4) In Parity item, select None.
(5) In RTS item, select Enable.
(6) In CTS item, select Disable.
(7) Key in 4000 into Read and Write
items of Timeouts (in milliseconds).
- Click OK.
7. Click OK.
Confdential 5-6
BS275/BX275
6. Choose "Flash Loader".
- Click "Browse" to search the frmware fle
(*.img).
- Click "Open".
7. Select "Skip Boot Loader Area".
(select "32KB").
- Click "Reset Bus" to erase the fash
memory.
8. If the FW is ready, click "Start Download" to
execute the frmware upgrade.
- Click "Yes".
9. Proceeding Picture.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-7
10. It takes about several minutes, the
frmware upgrade process is fnished,
"Download completed" will appear on the
screen.
- Unplug RS232 cable and power cord.
11. Check FW version.
- Re-plug in power cord, then restart the
unit and get into the Service mode to
check the frmware version.
(To get into service mode, please press
"Power", "Left", "Left" and "Menu" buttons
sequentially on remote controller.)
Confdential 5-8
BS275/BX275
Section 2: 8051 FW Upgrade
5-2-1 Equipment Needed
Software: (N79A901R-USB)
- Setup _NLINK_en
- Manley USB Driver_NLINK (for N79A901R)
- XXX_8051_XXX.hex
Hardware:
- Projector
- Power cord: 42.50115G001
- USB Cable mini USB to USB (A) (42.00284G001)
- NLINK Fixture
- PC or Laptop
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-9
5-2-2 NLINK Setup Procedure
1. Choose "setup_NLINK_en.exe" program.
2. Click "Next".
3. Click "Next".
4. Click "Next".
Confdential 5-10
BS275/BX275
5. Click "Next".
- Select the additional task that you may
create a desktop icon.
6. Click "Install" to begin installing NLINK
Procedure.
7. Click "Finish".
- Complete the NLINK setup.
8. "MCU Choose" picture will appear on the
screen.
- Close the picture.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-11
5-2-3 Manley USB Driver
Upgrade Procedure
1. Set-up
- Plug in the power cord, the power LED will
light on red.
- Connect RGB-IN Port of projector with NLINK
Fixture .
- Connect NLINK Fixture with PC by USB cable.
2. Execute Program
(1) "Found New Hardware Wiszard" picture
will appear on the screen.
(2) Select "Install from a list or specifc
location (Advanced)".
(3) Click "Next".
(4) Select "Include this location in the
search", then click "Browse".
(5) "Browse For Folder" picture will appear
on the screen.
(6) Select "TPRP1" folder in the "Manley
USB Driver_N-Link" folder, then click
"OK".
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(6)
(5)
Confdential 5-12
BS275/BX275
(7) Click "Next".
(8) Click "Continue Anyway".
(9) Click "Finish".
- "Manley TPRP1-Protocol Emulator"
will appear on the picture.
- Complete the USB Driver Upgrade
Procedure.
Note: - If "Found New Hardware Wiszard" picture
appear again, repeat step 2 to install USB
Drivier.
(7)
(8)
(9)
BS275/BX275 Confdential 5-13
5-2-4 8051 Firmware Upgrade
Procedure
1. Execute 8051 FW Program
- Double click "NLINK V1.2" to execute
NLINK program.
Note: - When we execute NLINK program, the
power LED and Fixture LED fash red.
2. Choose the right type of MCU
- "MCU Choose" picture will appear on the
screen, select "N79A901R".
- Click "OK".
3. Choose 8051 fle (*.hex)
- "Manley Nlink" picture will appear on the
screen.
- Ensure "MCU" is the one you chose in the
last step (as green square).
- Click "Open".
- Select the 8051 fle where you put the fle
in, then click "Open".
4. Program settings
- Ensure NLlNK Fixture and PC are
securely connected: the indicator lights on
green, and the state is "Connect" (as
blue square).
- Select "Internel RC(11.0592MHz)" (as
green square).
- Click "Erase/Write(W)" to execute 8051
FW upgrade.
Confdential 5-14
BS275/BX275
5. Finish
- When 8051 FW upgrade process is
fnished, "Write Chip success" will be shown.
6. Check 8051 FW version
- Turn on the unit and get into the service
mode to check the 8051 FW version.
(To get into service mode, please press
"Power", "Left", "Left" and "Menu" buttons
sequentially on remote controller.)
BS275/BX275 Confdential 6-1
Chapter 6
EDID Upgrade
6-1 EDID Introduction
Extended Display Identifcation Data is a VESA standard data format that contains basic
information about a display device and its capabilities, including vendor information,
maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits,
and character strings for the monitor name and serial number.
The information is stored in the display and is used to communicate with the system
through a Display Data Channel (DDC), which sites between the display device and the
PC graphics adapter. The system uses this information for confguration purposes, so the
monitor and system can work together.
Note: - If a display device has digital input ports, like DVI or HDMI, but without EDID in its Main
Board, the display device will show no image while the input source is digital signal.
- The EDID Upgrade procedure for BS275 is the same as BX275, we take BS275 for
example here.
Confdential 6-2 BS275/BX275
6-2 Equipment Needed
Software
- EDID Program
- EDID File (*.ini)
Hardware
- Projector
- Power Cord for Projector (42.50115G001)
- VGA Cable (42.87305G102)
- Generic Fixture (80.00001.001) for EDID Key-in (Fixture: JP3 must be closed)
- RS-232 9 Pin Cable (pin to pin, F-M) (42.83C07G001)
- Power Adapter (42.50115G001)
- Monitor
- PC
Confdential 6-3 BS275/BX275
6-3 Setup Procedure (VGA)
1. Connect all ports
(1) Connect P1 of fxture with COM Port of
PC/Laptop by RS232 Cable.
(2) Connect P3 of fxture with RGB-IN Port
of projector by VGA Cable.
(3) Plug Power Adapter to JP1 of fxture.
(5) Power on fxture.
(6) Plug Power Cord to projector.
Note: -You must confrm that the JP3 is closed
in all procedure.
6-4 EDID Key-In Procedure

1. Execute EDID Program
- Double click "EDID" to execute EDID
program.
JP3
Adapter
RS232 Cable
VGA Cable
JP1
P1
P3
Confdential 6-4 BS275/BX275
2. Process
(1) Select the COM Port which you are
using.
(2) Click "Model".
(3) Select the EDID fle (*.ini).
(4) Click "Open".
(5) Key in the Serial Number into the
Barcode blank space.
(6) In "Write Source Select" item, select
"VGA".
(7) Click "Program".
3. Change the cable to VGA
- When the message "Please change the
cable to VGA" appears on the screen,
click "OK".
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Confdential 6-5 BS275/BX275
4. When the EDID program is completed, a
message "OK" will appear on the screen.
5. Read EDID "VGA" information
- In "Read item", select "Analog" and
"Trans", then click the "Read".
6. EDID information will show the result.
Condential
Appendix A (Exploded Image)
Note: This chapter is only designed to show the exploded image of the projector.
For updated part numbers, please refer to RSPL report.
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BS275/BX275 Confdential 3
Item P/N LG P/N Description BX275 BS275
1 51.8HC01G001 COV30352901 TOP COVER MN3600H BLACK BS275 v
51.8HC01G011 COV30353001 TOP COVER MN3600H BLACK BX275 v
2 80.8CP05G001 COV30386901 PCBA IR SENSOR BD FOR X1161 v v
3 51.8CS03G012 COV30352801 FRONT COVER FOR IR PC MN3600H BLACK ES526 v v
4
49.8CP02G003 COV30352501 SUNON 70*70*20mm AXIAL FAN, SHRINK TUBE, WIRE
LENGTH 155mm
v v
5 80.8LP04G001 COV30387002 PCBA PHOTO SENSOR BOARD FOR ES526X PROJECOR v v
6 70.8HC09GR01 COV30353501 ASSY COLOR WHEEL MODULE BS275, BX275(SERVICE) v v
7 70.8HC10GR01 COV30388201 ASSY ROD MODULE BS275, BX275(SERVICE) v v
8 49.8CS01G002 COV30352601 SUNON 45*20mm GB1245PKV1-8AY, F TYPE BLOWER v v
9 70.8CQ14GR01 COV30386401 ASSY LAMP DRIVER MODULE X1261 3D (SERVICE) v v
10 49.8CQ01G001 COV30386301 SPEAKER 2W 16OHM DAB128 90mm X1261 v v
11 SP.8HF01GC01 COV30389301 LAMP MODULE FOR PROJECTOR Z15-XGA/Z15-SVGA v v
12 70.8HC12GR01 COV30389001 ASSY LAMP COVER MODULE BS275, BX275(SERVICE) v v
13 52.8EH05G001 COV30353101 RUBBER ADJUST FOOT ES526 v v
14 51.8CS02G001 COV30352701 BOTTOM COVER PC MN3600H BLACK PDG-DSU30 v v
15 75.8AA04G001 COV30386601 BUY ASSY INTERLOCK SWITCH 1409X v v
16 75.8CP03GP01 COV30386701 LVPS 180W X1161 STB<1W CT-258C v v
17 70.8HC11GR01 COV30388601 ASSY IO COVER MODULE BS275, BX275(SERVICE) v v
18 70.8HC13GR01 COV30353302 WHOLE ASSY ENGINE MODULE 800*600 8HC(SERVICE) v
70.8HF05GR01 COV30353303 WHOLE ASSY ENGINE MODULE 1024*768 8HF(SERVICE) v
19 80.8CP02G001 COV30386801 PCBA DMD BOARD FOR X1161 v v
20 48.8CQ01G003 COV30387401 0.55" XGA 2xLVDS SERIES 450 DMD -8 TI 8060-603cB v
48.8EH01G001 COV30387501 0.55" SVGA 2xLVDS SERIES 450 DMD -8 TI 8060-603cB v
21 80.8HC01G003 COV30387301 PCBA MAIN BD FOR LGE BS275 NEW PHOTO SENSOR v
80.8HF01G003 COV30387102 PCBA MAIN BD FOR LGE BX275 NEW PHOTO SENSOR v
22 42.00304G001 COV30386101 FFC KEYPAD TO FORMATTER BD 16P P=0.5 122mm HD80 v v
23 80.8HC03G001 COV30387201 PCBA KEYPAD BD FOR LGE Z15-SVGA PROJECTOR v v
24 52.8HC01G001 COV30353201 KEYPAD RUBBER FOR BS275, BX275 v v
25
42.50115G001 COV30386201 CABLE POWER CORD 1.8M SP30+IS14 US v v

42.00110G011 COV30385801 CABLE POWER CORD 1.8M SP-62/IS-14 UK DIS-WARNING
LABEL
v v
42.00120G011 COV30385901 CABLE POWER CORD 1.8M SP-023/IS-14 EUROPE DIS-
WARNING LABEL
v v
42.00191G001 COV30386001 CABLE POWER CORD 1.8M SP-022/IS-14 KOREA v v
26 55.8HC01G001 COV30392401 CARTON AB FLUTE 18KG 395*163*312MM BS275 v v
27 75.8FL03G001 COV30389201 8FL LENS CAP MODULE v v
28 36.8HF01G001 SAC30666021 USER'S GUIDE MULTILINGUAL (CD) BS275/BX275 v v
29 36.8HF02G001 MBM36259605 WARRANTY CARD EU 9L FOR LG v v
36.8HF03G001 3840TWL005J WARRANTY CARD INDONESIA FOR LG v v
36.8HF04G001 3840TWL005B WARRANTY CARD KOREA FOR LG v v
36.8HF06G001 MBM36259609 WARRANTY CARD TURKEY FOR LG v v
30 45.8HC01G001 COV30392301 REMOTE CONTROLLER FOR LGE BS275&BX275 v v
31 85.1A126G080 COV31453101 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*8 Ni v v
32
51.8HH17G001 COV31453201 PHOTO SENSOR BD SPACER UF65 v v
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1
Appendix B
I. Serial Number System Defnition
Serial Number Format for Projecto
Y MM RR CC SSSSS
1 2 3 4 5

1: Y = YEAR(Last digit of Year) (ex:2010 = 0)
2: MM =Month(Jan = 01,Feb =02,...Dec=12)
3: RR =Site code for each production factory (For Coretronic:CT)
4: CC =Code is self-produced by coding program.
5: SSSSSS = Serial code (00001~09999)

EX:
This label "003CTCC00001 represents the serial number for LG. It is produced in China
Coretronic on March, 2010. Its serial code is 00001.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2
II. PCBA Code Defnition
PCBA Code for Projector
A B XXXXXXXXXX C XXX EEEE
1 2 3 4 5 6

1 : ID
2 : Vendor Code
3 : P/N
4 : Revision
5 : Date Code
6 : S/N
BS275/BX275 Confdential 1
Appendix C
New photo sensor board Reworking SOP
Note:
1.This procedure only for reworking old photo sensor(80.8EG04G002) to improve auto
shutdown, image ficker issue
2. The new photo sensor(80.8LP04G001) board must match with new main board
The PN of new main board of BS275 is 80.8HC01G003
The PN of new main board of BX275 is 80.8HF01G003
3. For main board rework, refer to chapter 2 (2-1~2-9)for details
1. Parts Required
Coretronic P/N LG P/N Description Quantity
80.8LP04G001 COV30387002 PCBA PHOTO SENSOR BOARD 1
85.1A126G080 COV31453101 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*8 NI 1
51.8HH17G001 COV31453201 PHOTO SENSOR BD SPACER 1
2. Disassemble Photo Sensor Board
1).Unscrew 1 screw (as blue circle) to disassemble the photo sensor board from the Color
Wheel Module.
BS275/BX275 Confdential 2
3. Assemble New Photo Sensor Board
1). Add spacer with tape to new photo sensor board (as below picture shows).
2). Assemble new photo sensor board on color wheel module.
Note: When fx photo sensor screw, photo sensor board must be placed on color
wheel bracket horizontally.