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LC-32D50U

SERVICE MANUAL
No. S56T2LC32D50U

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

MODEL LC-32D50U

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

CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTION CHAPTER 7. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS
IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRE- [1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS .........................7-1
CAUTION ............................................................i
PRECAUTIONS A PRENDRE LORS DE CHAPTER 8. OVERALL WIRING/BLOCK DIAGRAM
LA REPARATION ...............................................ii [1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ......................8-1
Precautions for using lead-free solder .............. iii [2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM .........................8-3

CHAPTER 1. Specifications CHAPTER 9. PRINTED WIRING BOARD


[1] Specifications ................................................. 1-1 [1] PRINTED WIRING BOARD...........................9-1

CHAPTER 2. Operation Manual CHAPTER 10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


[1] Operation Manual........................................... 2-1 [1] DESCRIPTION OF SCHEMATIC DIA-
GRAM..........................................................10-1
CHAPTER 3. Dimensions [2] MAIN Unit ....................................................10-2
[1] Dimensions .................................................... 3-1 [3] IF Unit ........................................................10-46
[4] LED Unit ....................................................10-50
CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS [5] KEY Unit ....................................................10-51
[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS ................... 4-1 [6] POWER SUPPLY Unit...............................10-52

CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE PARTS GUIDE


[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ....................... 5-1

CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE


[1] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE....................... 6-1

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the
safety and performance of the set.

This document has been published to be used for


after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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LC-32D50U
SAFETY PRECAUTION Service Manual

IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION


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

„WARNING • Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt, or higher, sen-
sitivity or measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be
attempted. • Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a
return to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, knobs
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing.
and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage
drop across the resistor.
All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug connection
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized adaptor plug must be used
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH only for the purpose of completing these checks.)
SAME TYPE FUSE. Any reading of 0.75 Vrms (this corresponds to 0.5 mA rms AC.) or
more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which
must be corrected before returning the monitor to the owner.
F701 (8A, 125V)
F4701, F5701 (3A~, 250V, 115 C)

DVM
„BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire &
AC SCALE
Shock Hazard)
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following 1.5k ohm
safety checks: 10W
3. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched,
and check that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and
other metal parts in the receiver.
4. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs,
0.15 µF
insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment
TEST PROBE
covers or shields, isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical
insulators, etc.
5. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current in
the following manner.
• Plug the AC cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet. TO EXPOSED CONNECT TO
• Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paral- METAL PARTS KNOWN EARTH
GROUND
leled by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet
parts and a known earth ground, such as electrical conduit or elec-
trical ground connected to an earth ground.
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SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD color television have
special safety-related characteristics.
These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection, nor
can protection afforded by them be necessarily increased by using
replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are
identified in this manual; electrical components having such features
are identified by " " and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts
List and Schematic Diagrams.
For continued protection, replacement parts must be identical to those
used in the original circuit.
The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not have the same
safety characteristics as the factory recommended replacement parts
shown in this service manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.
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PRECAUTIONS A PRENDRE LORS DE LA REPARATION

Ne peut effectuer la réparation qu' un technicien spécialisé qui s'est parfaitement accoutumé à toute vérification de sécurité et aux
conseils suivants.

AVERTISSEMENT • A l'aide de deux fils à pinces, brancher une résistance de 1.5 k 10


watts en parallèle avec un condensateur de 0.15 F en série avec
6. N'entreprendre aucune modification de tout circuit. C'est dan-
toutes les pièces métalliques exposées du coffret et une terre con-
gereux. nue comme une conduite électrique ou une prise de terre branchée
7. Débrancher le récepteur avant toute réparation. à la terre.
• Utiliser un voltmètre CA d'une sensibilité d'au moins 5000 /V pour
mesurer la chute de tension en travers de la résistance.
PRECAUTION: POUR LAPROTECTION CONTINUE
• Toucher avec la sonde d'essai les pièces métalliques exposées qui
CONTRE LES RISQUES D'INCENDIE,
présentent une voie de retour au châssis (antenne, coffret métal-
REMPLACER LE FUSIBLE
lique, tête des vis, arbres de commande et des boutons, écusson,
etc.) et mesurer la chute de tension CA en-travers de la résistance.
F701 (8A, 125V), Toutes les vérifications doivent être refaites après avoir inversé la
F4701, F5701 (3A~, 250V, 115 C) fiche du cordon d'alimentation. (Si nécessaire, une prise d'adpata-
tion non polarisée peut être utilisée dans le but de terminer ces
vérifications.)
Tous les courants mesurés ne doivent pas dépasser 0.5 mA.
VERIFICATIONS CONTRE L'INCEN-DIE ET LE Dans le cas contraire, il y a une possibilité de choc électrique qui
CHOC ELECTRIQUE doit être supprimée avant de réndre le recepteur au client.
Avant de rendre le récepteur à l'utilisateur, effectuer les vérifica-
tions suivantes.
8. Inspecter tous les faisceaux de câbles pour s'assurer que les fils ne
soient pas pincés ou qu'un outil ne soit pas placé entre le châssis DVM
et les autres pièces métalliques du récepteur. ECHELLE CA
9. Inspecter tous les dispositifs de protection comme les boutons de 1.5k ohm
commande non-métalliques, les isolants, le dos du coffret, les cou- 10W
vercles ou blindages de réglage et de compartiment, les réseaux
de résistancecapacité, les isolateurs mécaniques, etc.
10.S'assurer qu'il n'y ait pas de danger d'électrocution en vérifiant la
fuite de courant, de la facon suivante: 0.15 µF
• Brancher le cordon d'alimentation directem-ent à une prise de cou- SONDE D'ESSAI
rant de 120V. (Ne pas utiliser de transformateur d'isolation pour cet
essai).

AUX PIECES BRANCHER A UNE


METALLIQUES TERRE CONNUE
EXPOSEES

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AVIS POUR LA SECURITE
De nombreuses pièces, électriques et mécaniques, dans les téléviseur
ACL présentent des caractéristiques spéciales relatives à la sécurité,
qui ne sont souvent pas évidentes à vue. Le degré de protection ne
peut pas être nécessairement augmentée en utilisant des pièces de
remplacement étalonnées pour haute tension, puissance, etc.
Les pièces de remplacement qui présentent ces caractéristiques sont
identifiées dans ce manuel; les pièces électriques qui présentent ces
particularités sont identifiées par la marque " " et hachurées dans
la liste des pièces de remplacement et les diagrammes schématiques.
Pour assurer la protection, ces pièces doivent être identiques à celles
utilisées dans le circuit d'origine. L'utilisation de pièces qui n'ont pas
les mêmes caractéristiques que les pièces recommandées par l'usine,
indiquées dans ce manuel, peut provoquer des électrocutions, incend-
ies, radiations X ou autres accidents.
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Precautions for using lead-free solder

„Employing lead-free solder


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

LFa L F a/a
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper. Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.

„Using lead-free wire solder


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

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

• Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.
Lead-free wire solder for servicing
Part No, Description Code

ZHNDAi123250E J φ0.3mm 250g(1roll) BL


ZHNDAi126500E J φ0.6mm 500g(1roll) BK
ZHNDAi12801KE J φ1.0mm 1kg(1roll) BM

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LC-32D50U
CHAPTER 1. Specifications Service Manual

[1] Specifications

Item Model: LC-32D50U


LCD panel 32" Advanced Super View & BLACK TFT LCD
Number of dots 3,147,264 dots (1366 x 768 x 3 dots)
TV-standard American TV Standard ATSC/NTSC System
TV Receiving VHF/UHF VHF 2-13ch, UHF 14-69ch
Function Channel
CATV 1-135ch (non-scrambled channel only)
Digital Terrestrial
2-69ch
Broadcast (8VSB)
Digital cable*
1-135ch (non-scrambled channel only)
(64/256 QAM)
Audio multiplex BTSC System
Backlight 60,000 hours (at Backlight Standard position)
Audio out 10W x 2
Terminals Rear INPUT1 AV in, COMPONENT in
INPUT2 AV in, S-VIDEO in
INPUT3 HDMI in with HDCP
INPUT4 Audio in, HDMI in with HDCP
INPUT5 Audio in, DVI-I in with HDCP
Air ANTENNA 75 Unbalance, F Type for VHF/UHF/Digital Air in x 1
Cable ANTENNA 75 Unbalance, F Type for CATV/Digital Cable in x 1
i.LINK IEEE1394 x 2 with DTCP (Compatible with DTVLink)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Optical Digital audio output x 1 (PCM/Dolby Digital)
OUTPUT Audio out
OSD language English/French/Spanish
Power Requirement AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption 178 W
w/o stand 39.7 lbs./18.0 kg
Weight
with stand 45.2 lbs./20.5 kg
w/o stand 321/ 16 x 239/ 32 x 457/ 64 inch
Dimension
(W x H x D) with stand 321/ 16 x 2541/ 64 x 121/ 64 inch
Remote control unit(x 1), AC cord (x 1), “AAA” size battery (x 2), Cable clamp (x 1),
Accessories Cable tie(x 1), Stand unit (x 1), Operation manual (x 1)
Operating temperature +32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C)
* Emergency alert messages via Cable are unreceivable.
• As part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product
improvement without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units.
There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.

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Part names Part names
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TV (Front) TV (Rear)
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Channel buttons
(CH / )

Volume buttons (VOL / ) INPUT button POWER button HDMI terminal (INPUT 3)
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HDMI terminal (INPUT 4)

DVI terminal
(INPUT 5) i.LINK terminals

DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT
terminal
CHAPTER 2. Operation Manual

DVI AUDIO
terminal
(INPUT 5)

AUDIO input
terminals
(INPUT 4)

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INPUT 2
terminals

CABLE IN terminal AC INPUT terminal


Service Manual

AUDIO OUTPUT
terminals AIR IN terminal
RS-232C terminal

INPUT 1 terminals
Remote control sensor POWER OPC indicator*
indicator**
OPC sensor*

NOTE
*OPC: Optical Picture Control.
**for TV status indicator.
Part names QUICK REFERENCE
Remote control unit 1 TV POWER: Switches the TV power on or enters Attaching the stand
standby mode.
2 DISPLAY: Displays the channel information. • Before attaching (or detaching) stand, unplug the AC cord from the AC INPUT terminal.
1 17 3 SOURCE POWER: Turns the power of the external • Before performing work spread cushioning over the base area to lay the TV on.
equipment on and off. This will prevent it from being damaged.
4 External equipment operational buttons: Operates
the external equipment. CAUTION
5 0 – 9: Sets the channel. • Attach the stand in the correct direction.
2 6 • (DOT): • The “REAR” label should be visible from the back of the TV. Refer to
the figure.
3 18 7 AIR: Receives air signal. • Incorrect installation of the stand may result in the TV falling over. REAR
8 CABLE: Receives cable signal. • Be sure to follow the instructions. This side faces the rear.

9 VOL / : Sets the volume.


4 10 SURROUND: Selects Surround settings. 1. Confirm the 8 screws supplied with the TV. 3.
11 INFO: Displays the program information screen. 1 Insert the stand into the opening on the bottom of the
19 Short screws (x4) Long screws (x4) TV.
12 FREEZE: Sets the still image. Press again to return to (used in step 2) (used in step 3)
normal screen. 2 Insert and tighten the 4 long screws into the 4 holes on
13 EXIT: Turns off the menu screen. the rear of the TV.
5 14 SLEEP: Sets the sleep timer.
15 i.LINK: Displays the i.LINK control panel. Hex key
16 AUDIO: Selects the MTS/SAP or the audio mode during 2
multi-channel audio broadcasts. Long screw
6 20 2. Attach the two parts of the stand unit to each other using
17 FUNCTION: Switches the remote control for TV, CBL/ the 4 short screws and the hex key (supplied with the
7 21 SAT, VCR, DVD and AUDIO operation. Indicator lights up product) as shown.
for the current mode.
8 22 * To enter the code registration mode, you need to press
9 23 FUNCTION and DISPLAY at the same time.
18 LIGHT : When pressed all buttons on the remote
10 24 control unit will light. The lighting will turn off if no Short screw Soft cushion
11 25 operations are performed within about 5 seconds. This
button is used for performing operations in low-light

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12 26 situations. 1
19 VIEW MODE: Selects the screen size. NOTE Hex key
27 20 ENT: Jumps to a channel after selecting with the 0–9 • To detach the stand, perform the steps in reverse order.
buttons.
13 28 21 FLASHBACK: Returns to the previous channel or
external input mode.
29 22 INPUT: Selects a TV input source. (TV, INPUT 1, INPUT
2, INPUT 3, INPUT 4, INPUT 5, i.LINK)
30 23 CH / : Selects the channel.
24 MUTE: Mutes the sound.
14
31 25 CH LIST: Displays the channel list screen.
26 MENU: Displays the menu screen.
15 27 / / / /ENTER: Selects a desired item on the
screen.
28 RETURN: Returns to the previous menu screen.
16 32
29 FAVORITE CH
A, B, C, D: Selects four preset favorite channels in four
different categories.
While watching, you can toggle the selected channels by
pressing A, B, C and D
30 FAVORITE: Registers favorite channels.
31 CC: Displays captions from a closed-caption source.
32 AV MODE: Selects an audio or video setting. (AV mode:
STANDARD, MOVIE, GAME, USER, DYNAMIC (Fixed),
DYNAMIC. PC mode: STANDARD, MOVIE, GAME,
USER, DYNAMIC (Fixed), DYNAMIC, PC)

NOTE
• When using the remote control unit, point it at the TV.
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Basic adjustment settings

Menu items for TV/INPUT 1/INPUT 2 Menu items for HDMI/DVI

Picture Picture
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OPC OPC
Backlight Backlight
Contrast Contrast
Brightness Brightness
Color Color
Tint Tint
Sharpness Sharpness
Advanced Advanced
Color Temp. Color Temp.
Black Black
3D-Y/C Monochrome
Monochrome Film Mode
Film Mode Range of OPC
Range of OPC

Audio
Audio

Treble
Treble Bass
Bass Balance
Balance Surround
Surround

Power Control
Power Control

No Signal Off
No Signal Off No Operation Off
No Operation Off

2–3
Setup
Setup

EZ Setup Input Skip


CH Setup Input Signal
Antenna Setup-DIGITAL Auto Sync.
Input Skip Input Label
Input Label Fine Sync.
Parental CTRL Position
Position Picture Flip
Picture Flip Standby Mode
Standby Mode Language
Language Reset
Reset
Option
Option
Audio Only
Audio Only Digital Noise Reduction
Digital Noise Reduction Input Select
Input Select HDMI Setup
Output Select Output Select
Quick Shoot Quick Shoot
Color System
Caption Setup
Program Title Display Digital Setup
Favorite CH
i.LINK Setup
Digital Setup

Audio Setup
i.LINK Setup
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CHAPTER 3. Dimensions Service Manual

[1] Dimensions

Unit: inch/(mm)

243/ 32 (612)

417/ 32 457/ 64
321/ 16 (814) (115) (124)

279/ 16 (700.0)
239/ 32 (591)
2541/ 64 (651)

(394.6)
1535/ 64

153/ 4 (400)

77/ 8 (200) 121/ 64 (305)


417/ 32 (115)
77/ 8 (200)

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Service
CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS Manual

[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS


1. Remove the SD Card Cover .
2. Remove the 4 lock screws 1 and detach the Stand Base Ass'y.

3. Remove the 9 lock screws 2 , 3 lock screws 3 and detach the Rear Cabinet.

SD-Card
Cover

Rear
Cabinet

Stand Base Ass'y

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4. Remove the 2 lock screws 4 and detach the Stand Assist Angle.

5. Remove the 4 lock screws 5 and detach the Center Angle-L and R.

6. Remove the 3 lock screws 6 and detach the Stand Cover.

7. Remove the 5 lock screws 7 and detach the Stand Fix Angle.

5 5

Center Angel-L
Center Angel-R

Stand Fix Angle


7

Stand Cover

Stand Assist Angle

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8. Disconnect the connectors 8 and 9 , and detach the Speaker L and R.

9. Disconnect the connectors CN7501 and CN7502.


10.Remove the 5 lock screws 10 and detach the MAIN Shield.

10

Main Shield

C N7501

C N7502

8 9

SpeakerR Speaker L

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Top Cover Ass`y

Key Unit

12

P 2002

P 2602 C N1 C N2
P 2601

P 2603
C N5703
P 9701 C N5701
C oaxial P 9702 C N5702
C able S C 1101
S C 1102 S C 1301
S C 502 P 2704
S C 501
P 2703

P 502

LED Unit

11

11.Disconnect the connectors, (P2002, P2601, P2602, P2603, P9701, P9702, SC1102, SC1101, SC1301, CN1, CN2, P2703, P502, CN5701,
CN5702, CN5703) and Remover the Coaxial Cable.

12.Remove the 2 lock screws 11 and detach the LED Unit.

13.Remove the KEY Unit and Remove the 3 lock screws 12 from the Top Cover Ass'y

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14.Remove the 4 lock screws 13 and detach the PWB Ass'y.

15.Remove the 7 lock screws 14-1 , 2 lock screws 14-2 and detach the Jack Angle Long.

16.Remove the 5 lock screws 15 and detach the IF Unit.

17.Remove the 6 lock screws 16 and detach the POWER Supply Unit.

18.Remove the 5 lock screws 17 and detach the MAIN Unit.

17
13
Main Unit 16

Power Supply Unit

14-1

14-2

14-1

15
Chassis

Jack Angle
Long
IF Unit

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19.Remove the 6 lock screws 18 and Remove the 10 lock screws 19 and detach the Center Assist Angle and Rug Angles and LCD Panel Module.

Center Assist Angle


19 18 19 18 19

Rug Angle

19 18 18 19

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CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDUREService
LC-32D50U
Manual

[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE


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

1. After replacement of any PWB unit and/or IC for repair, please note the following.
• When replacing the following units, make sure to prepare the new units loaded with updated software.
MAIN Unit: DUNTKD640FM13
IF Unit: DUNTKD643FM13

2. Upgrading of each microprocessor software

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

2.1. Software version upgrade


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

2.2. Main software version upgrade

Get ready before you start

• SD memory card of 32MB or higher capacity


• PC running on Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP operating system
• SD memory card reader/writer with USB connectivity.
• SD memory card formatting software
(Downloadable at http://panasonic.jp/support/audio/sd/download/sd_formatter_e.html)

Preparations

To upgrade the main software, it is necessary to get ready the SD card for version upgrade before you start.
Follow the steps below and create the SD card for version upgrade.
1. Insert the SD card into the SD card reader/writer. Start the SD card formatting software. Click [Format].
(When you have the drive options, select the drive where the SD card is inserted before you proceed.)

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

3. Click [Exit] to finish the formatting.


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

4. Copy the binary image file D50UAxxx.SDC (named temporarily) for version upgrade to the root directory (folder) of the SD card drive.
NOTE: In the SD card drive, do not store other folders or unrelated files, or more than one binary image files for version upgrade.
Now the SD card for version upgrade is ready.

How to upgrade the software

5. Shut off the AC power (i.e. unplug the AC cord).


6. Insert the SD card for version upgrade (prepared as above) into the service socket located lower side from center at terminals, above S-VIDEO
terminal in the rear of the unit, in a way that the cut corner of the SD card comes at the upper side.
NOTE: If the SD card is inserted in a wrong way, the card will go deep inside the unit beyond retrieval. Take due care to insert the SD card correctly.
7. Turn on the AC power (i.e. plug in the AC cord).
8. After the unit startup, the system upgrade screen as shown below appears within 20-40 seconds.

M150
SYSTEM UPGRADE

Program

12%

EEPROM

Part Init

OLD Version U0601051


NEW Version U0601241

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

UPGRADE FAILURE

Program

24% NG

EEPROM

Part Init NG

OLD Version U0601051


NEW Version U0601241

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

UPGRADE SUCCESS

Program

100% NG

EEPROM

Part Init NG

Main Version U0601241

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

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2.3. Monitor microprocessor software version upgrade
NOTE: If "Monitor version" in the process menu is "2.00M", the monitor microprocessor software can not be rewritten (because IC2002 has been
replaced with the mask type).

Get ready before you begin

Get ready the same items as listed in the "Main software version upgrade".

Preparation

Create the SD card for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade in the same manner as explained in the "Main software version upgrade".
Copy the binary image file M150Mxxx.SDC (named temporarily) for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade to the SD card drive.

How to upgrade the software

1. Shut off the AC power to the unit (i.e. unplug the AC cord).
2. Insert the SD card for version upgrade (prepared as above) into the service socket located lower side from center at terminals, above S-VIDEO
terminal in the rear of the unit, in a way that the cut corner of the SD card comes at the upper side.
NOTE: If the SD card is inserted in a wrong way, the card will go deep inside the unit beyond retrieval. Take due care to insert the SD card correctly.
3. Turn on the AC power (i.e. plug in the AC cord).

CAUTION: The moment this operation is done, the upgrading of the monitor microprocessor software starts. While the upgrade is ongoing,
never power off the unit. Otherwise the upgrade will fail and the system may have a serious damage beyond recovery (inability
to start).
4. After the unit startup, the system upgrade screen as shown below appears within 10-30 seconds.

M150
MONITOR UPGRADE

Program

12% NG

OLD Version 1.00


NEW Version 1.02

5. A failure in the process will trigger the upgrade failure screen. The word "NG" changes to red for the item failed.
NOTE: In the event of a failure, repeat the upgrading process. If the process repeatedly fails, it is likely that the hardware is troubled.
6. Upon completion of the whole process,the upgrade success screen as shown below appears.You can check the new software version on this
screen. The version information appears after the upgrade is complete.
7. Shut off the AC power to the unit (unplug the AC cord), and remove the SD card for version upgrade.
8. Now the software version upgrade is complete.
NOTE: When you are done with the software version upgrade, start the set, go to the top page of the adjustment process screen and check the mon-
itor microprocessor software version information.

2.4. Video signal adjustment procedure


1) Image adjustment
1. Device check
Before adjustment, make sure that the adjusting device and signal source are set for the Sharp LCD US.
Signal generator level adjustment check (Adjustment to the specified level)

• Composite signal : 0.714Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)


• 15K component signal : Y level : 0.714Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)
PB, PR level : 0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p
• 33K component signal : Y level : 0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)
PB, PR level : 0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p
• DVI-I (Analog RGB) signal : RGB level : 0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)

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2. Entering the adjustment process mode

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Adjustment pro- Enter the process adjustment mode using the process adjustment remote control.
cess mode

3. N358 composite signal / Tuner adjustment

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Adjustment N358 signal Feed the N358 color bar signal (75% color saturation) to VIDEO 1 input.
US-10ch Feed the RF signal (by use of US-10ch) to TUNER.

[Video input signal] [US-10CH]

75% color saturation

100% white 100% white

2 Auto adjustment Page 3 Bring the cursor on [ N358 ALL ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance
[ N358 ALL ADJ FINISH] appears when finished.

4. Component 15K signal adjustment

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Adjustment 480i signal Feed the 100% color bar signal to VIDEO 1 component input.

480i
100% color bar signal

100% white 0% black

2 Auto adjustment Page 5 Bring the cursor on [ COMP 15K MAIN ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance
[ COMP 15K MAIN ADJ FINISH] appears when finished.

5. Component 33K signal adjustment

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Adjustment 1080i signal Feed the 100% color bar signal to VIDEO 1 component input.

1080i
100% color bar signal

100% white 0% black

2 Auto adjustment Page 6 Bring the cursor on [ HDTV ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance
[ HDTV ADJ FINISH] appears when finished.

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6. DVI-I (analog) signal adjustment

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Adjustment DVI-I (analog) Feed the XGA (100%) white 1/2 window to DVI-I (analog) .
signal: XGA
(1024 x 768) 60Hz
SYNC:
HV separate 1/4

1/2 100% White

1/4 0% Black

1/4 1/2 1/4

2 Auto adjustment Bring the cursor on [ DVI ANALOG ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance
[ DVI ANALOG ADJ OK] appears when finished.

2.5. Adjustment of white balance


1. White balance adjustment

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting 1) Apply the following settings to the set.
AV MODE: [DYNAMIC]
Backlight: +16
Aging Time: Min. 60 minutes
2) Connect a white balance adjustment jig and the set.
2 Execution of auto [Command] [Adjustment method]
adjustment Process mode 1) Send the “monitor adjustment process” code with the R/C.
KRSW0001 2) Set the point 6 to the specified gradation. Set the strongest color as the fixed color
KKT10037 and adjust RGB to the standard value by minus adjustment.
3) Set the point 5 to the specified gradation. Set the correction value of G [(Initial value
Setting of point 5) x (G value of point 6) / (Initial value of point 6)] and adjust RB to the stan-
KYOF0000 dard value.
OSDS0001 4) Set the point 4 to the specified gradation. Set the correction value of G [(Initial value
SBSL0016 of point 4) x (G value of point 6) / (Initial value of point 6)] and adjust RB to the stan-
dard value.
Multipoint adjustment mode 5) Set the point 3 to the specified gradation. Set the correction value of G [(Initial value
MSET0001 of point 3) x (G value of point 6) / (Initial value of point 6)] and adjust RB to the stan-
dard value.
Adjustment value initializa- 6) Set the point 2 to the specified gradation. Set the correction value of G [(Initial value
tion of point 2) x (G value of point 6) / (Initial value of point 6)] and adjust RB to the stan-
MSET0004 dard value.
7) Set the point 1 to the specified gradation. Set the correction value of G [(Initial value
Point 6 of point 1) x (G value of point 6) / (Initial value of point 6)] and adjust RB to the stan-
LEV60944 dard value.
MG6G**** 8) Write the adjustment values with the MSET0003 command and turn off AC power.
MG6B****
MG6R**** * Initial value of each point: Set gradation level x 4

Point 5 [Adjustment values]


LEV50800 •Conform to “Standard set” submitted by Engineering Department.
MG5G**** [LC-32D50U] Teaching set
MG5B**** [Adjustment standard values] Measuring device: [Minolta CA-210 ] technical measuring
MG5R**** device

Point 4 Level Standard value Adjustment spec Test spec


LEV40576 Point 6 944 X=0.272 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
MG4G**** y=0.277
MG4B**** Point 5 800 X=0.272 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
MG4R**** y=0.277
Point 4 576 X=0.272 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
Point 3 y=0.277
LEV30464 Point 3 464 X=0.272 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
MG3G**** y=0.277
MG3B**** Point 2 264 X=0.272 ±0.0012 ±0.0020
MG3R**** y=0.277

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Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure
Point 2 Point 1 200 X=0.272 ±0.0020 ±0.0035
LEV20264 y=0.277
MG2G**** Note 2 Test conditions of the set:
MG2B**** AV MODE: [DYNAMIC] (Reset)
MG2R**** Monochro: ON
Aging Time: Min. 60 minutes
Point 1
LEV10200
MG1G****
MG1B****
MG1R****

Writing
MSET0003

2.6. Key writing


1. EDID writing (Main PWB: QPWBXD640WJZZ DVI input terminal/HDMI input terminal)

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 DVI EDID writing File version check 1) Write the EDID data for DVI into IC1505 mounted on the
main PWB with the checker.
TL1514 ••• I2C clock, TL1515 ••• I2C data
TL1516 ••• 5V, TL1517 ••• GND
TL1536••• write protection (H: WP, Low: write enable)
2 HDMI EDID writ- Inspection mode 1) Write the EDID data for HDMI into IC1501/IC1502
ing File version check mounted on the main PWB with the checker.
TL1508/1510••• I2C clock, TL1509/1511••• I2C data
TL1512/1513••• 5V, TL1519/1518••• GND
TL1534/1535••• write protection (H: WP, Low: write
enable)
2) Perform data writing before the checker inspects HDMI.
(If no data has been written, HDMI does not function.)

2. DTCP key writing

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


DTCP key writing File version check 1) Write the DTCP key into IC8453 mounted on the main
for i.Link PWB with the checker.
Set TL8453(I2C EXT) to L.
Connect TL8454(SCL)/TL8455(SDA) to the I2C bus.
2) Write the specified data into the specified address (A8).
• Use the second-generation DTCP device key.
• Conform to the internal key management agreement to
manage the DTCP device key.
• Follow [DTCP device key operation check manual] to
check operation.
• For the inspection or production, start in the process
start mode or inspection start mode.
• For details, refer to [Precautions for production].

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3. Adjustment sequence (adjustment according to the G adjustment value of gradation 6)
* Make sure the adjusting point gradations are correct since they are different for each model.

PC Set
Set the light level to MAX with the light control command
(SBSL0016 for 45).
SBSL0016
Setting is complete.
OK

Multipoint adjustment mode setting


MSET0001

Multipoint adjustment mode is set.


OK

Initialize adjustment values.


MSET0004

Initialization is done.
OK

Adjustment gradation setting (point 6 = 236 gradation adjustment*)


LEV60944

Pattern display
Adjustment values are set.
OK

Adjust RGB to the target xy values.


MG6RXXXX
MG6GXXXX
MG6BXXXX
* XXXX indicates the adjusted values between 0000 and 1023
(4 digit decimal number with zero fill).
* In order to adjust by reducing the value, set the strongest color
Repeat until RGB as the fixed color.
become the target * The default adjustment value of RGB is the parameter value of
values. the LEV6 command multiplied by 2.

The adjustment value is


reflected in the image.

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Adjustment gradation setting (point 5 = 200 gradation adjustment*)


LEV50800

Pattern display
Adjustment values are set.
OK

Correction of G value
MG5GXXXX
When G is changed at gradation 6, calculate the ratio of the
change and set the following value to XXXX: (the value set with
LEV5) x 2 x (the ratio).

Adjustment values are set.


OK

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PC Set

Start measurement
Adjust RB to the target xy values.
MG5RXXXX
MG5BXXXX
* XXXX indicates the adjusted values between 0000 and 1023
(4 digit decimal number with zero fill).
* G is fixed.
Repeat until RGB * The default adjustment value of RGB is the parameter value
become the target of the LEV5 command multiplied by 2.
values.
The adjustment value is
reflected in the image.

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Adjustment gradation setting (point 4 = 144 gradation adjustment*)


LEV40576

Pattern display
Adjustment values are set.
OK

Correction of G value
MG4GXXXX
When G is changed at gradation 6, calculate the ratio of the
change and set the following value to XXXX: (the value set with
LEV4) x 2 x (the ratio).

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Start measurement

Adjust RB to the target xy values.


MG4RXXXX
MG4BXXXX
* XXXX indicates the adjusted values between 0000 and 1023
(4 digit decimal number with zero fill).
* G is fixed.
Repeat until RGB * The default adjustment value of RGB is the parameter value of
become the target the LEV4 command multiplied by 2.
values.
The adjustment value is
reflected in the image.

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Adjustment gradation setting (point 3 = 116 gradation adjustment*)


LEV30464

Pattern display
Adjustment values are set.
OK

Correction of G value
MG3GXXXX
When G is changed at gradation 6, calculate the ratio of the
change and set the following value to XXXX: (the value set with
LEV3) x 2 x (the ratio).

Adjustment values are set.


OK

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PC Set

Start measurement

Adjust RB to the target xy values.


MG3RXXXX
MG3BXXXX
* XXXX indicates the adjusted values between 0000 and 1023
(4 digit decimal number with zero fill).
* G is fixed.
Repeat until RGB * The default adjustment value of RGB is the parameter value of
become the target the LEV3 command multiplied by 2.
values.
The adjustment value is
reflected in the image.

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Adjustment gradation setting (point 2 = 66 gradation adjustment*)


LEV20264

Pattern display
Adjustment values are set.
OK

Correction of G value
MG2GXXXX
When G is changed at gradation 6, calculate the ratio of the
change and set the following value to XXXX: (the value set with
LEV2) x 2 x (the ratio).

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Start measurement

Adjust RB to the target xy values.


MG2RXXXX
MG2BXXXX
* XXXX indicates the adjusted values between 0000 and 1023
(4 digit decimal number with zero fill).
* G is fixed.
Repeat until RGB * The default adjustment value of RGB is the parameter value of
become the target the LEV2 command multiplied by 2.
values.
The adjustment value is
reflected in the image.

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Adjustment gradation setting (point 1 = 50 gradation adjustment*)


LEV10200

Pattern display
Adjustment values are set.
OK

Correction of G value
MG1GXXXX
When G is changed at gradation 6, calculate the ratio of the
change and set the following value to XXXX: (the value set with
LEV1) x 2 x (the ratio).

Adjustment values are set.


OK

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PC Set

Start measurement

Adjust RB to the target xy values.


MG1RXXXX
MG1BXXXX
* XXXX indicates the adjusted values between 0000 and 1023
(4 digit decimal number with zero fill).
* G is fixed.
Repeat until RGB * The default adjustment value of RGB is the parameter value of
become the target the LEV1 command multiplied by 2.
values.
The adjustment value is
reflected in the image.

Adjustment values are set.


OK

Writing of adjusted values


MSET0003

Writing is complete.
OK

Deleting adjustment patterns


MSET0000

Deletion is complete.
OK

Completion of adjustment

2.7. Initialization to factory settings


After the shipping setting, pull off the AC cord.
NOTE: Never turn on the power after the shipping setting. If power is turned on, perform the shipping setting again.

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Initialization It turns off with AC power supply. Place the cursor on the [INDUSTRY INIT] row, set "ON" with
[+] or [-] of the [VOL] key, and press the [ENT] key.
Version confirmation screen appears.
[SUCCESS] on a green line indicates that the setting is suc-
cessfully completed.
(In case of an error, [ERROR] and an error code appear on
a red line.)
Turn off the AC power.
1. User setting
2. Channel data (e.g. broadcast frequencies)
3. Password data
4. Operation time
5. Auto installation flag
6. V-CHIP block setting

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2.8. Menu list in process A mode

Page Line Item


1 MAIN Version Main microcomputer software version
BOOT Version
Monitor Version Monitor microcomputer software version
EQ DATA CHECKSUM Sound parameter checksum
TEMPERATURE Read value of temperature sensor
LAMP ERROR Number of lamp error
NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE Reasons of standby at normal time
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE Reasons of standby in the event of error

2 INDUSTRY INIT(+Cause) Initialization to factory settings(including clearing Sandby Cause data)


INDUSTRY INIT Initialization to factory settings
HOTELMODE Activate/deactivate the hotel mode
Center Acutime Main microcomputer operating time
RESET Reset main microcomputer operating time
Lamp error rest
BacklightAcutime Backlight lighting time
RESET Reset backlight lighting time
LAMP ERROR RESET
VIC XPOS x-coordinate for reading image data
VIC YPOS y-coordinate for reading image data
VIC COLOR Specification of color for reading image data
VIC SIGNAL TYPE Specification of signal for reading image data
VIC READ On/Off of image data read operation

3 N358 ALL ADJ Auto adjustment of NTSC and TUNER signals


N358 MAIN ADJ Auto adjustment of NTSC signal
TUNER DAC ADJ Auto adjustment of TUNER
N358 MAIN CONTRAST NTSC contrast adjustment
TUNER A DAC TUNER DAC adjustment

4 TUNER VCHIP TEST(69ch) Execute TUNER TEST


TUNER VCHIP TEST(7ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST(10ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST(15ch)

5 COMP15K MAIN ADJ Auto adjustment of component 15k


COMP15K MAIN CONTRAST Component 15k contrast adjustment

6 HDTV ADJ HDTV auto adjustment


CONTRAST HDTV contrast adjustment
Cb GAIN HDTV CB gain adjustment
Cr GAIN HDTV CR gain adjustment
HDTV Y OFFSET HDTV Y offset adjustment
HDTV Cb OFFSET HDTV CB offset adjustment
HDTV Cr OFFSET HDTV CR offset adjustment

7 DVI ANALOG DVI ANALOG adjustment


R CUTOFF R CUTOFF adjustment value
G CUTOFF G CUTOFF adjustment value
B CUTOFF B CUTOFF adjustment value
R DRIVE R DRIVE adjustment value
G DRIVE G DRIVE adjustment value
B DRIVE B DRIVE adjustment value

8 MONITOR GAMMA IN 1 White balance adjustment IN-Point1


MONITOR GAMMA IN 2 White balance adjustment IN-Point2
MONITOR GAMMA IN 3 White balance adjustment IN-Point3
MONITOR GAMMA IN 4 White balance adjustment IN-Point4
MONITOR GAMMA IN 5 White balance adjustment IN-Point5
MONITOR GAMMA IN 6 White balance adjustment IN-Point6
GAMMA WRITE Write adjustment values
GAMMA RESET Reset adjustment values

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9 MONITOR GAMMA R 1 White balance adjustment OUT R-Point1
MONITOR GAMMA G 1 White balance adjustment OUT G-Point1
MONITOR GAMMA B 1 White balance adjustment OUT B-Point1
MONITOR GAMMA R 2 White balance adjustment OUT R-Point2
MONITOR GAMMA G 2 White balance adjustment OUT G-Point2
MONITOR GAMMA B 2 White balance adjustment OUT B-Point2
MONITOR GAMMA R 3 White balance adjustment OUT R-Point3
MONITOR GAMMA G 3 White balance adjustment OUT G-Point3
MONITOR GAMMA B 3 White balance adjustment OUT B-Point3
GAMMA WRITE Write adjustment values
GAMMA RESET Reset adjustment values

10 MONITOR GAMMA R 4 White balance adjustment OUT R-Point4


MONITOR GAMMA G 4 White balance adjustment OUT G-Point4
MONITOR GAMMA B 4 White balance adjustment OUT B-Point4
MONITOR GAMMA R 5 White balance adjustment OUT R-Point5
MONITOR GAMMA G 5 White balance adjustment OUT G-Point5
MONITOR GAMMA B 5 White balance adjustment OUT B-Point5
MONITOR GAMMA R 6 White balance adjustment OUT R-Point6
MONITOR GAMMA G 6 White balance adjustment OUT G-Point6
MONITOR GAMMA B 6 White balance adjustment OUT B-Point6
GAMMA WRITE Write adjustment values
GAMMA RESET Reset adjustment values

11 AUDIO SELECT Select sound parameter data(ROM/EEP)


INPUT_TRIM_SP
INPUT_TRIM_HP
CLIPPER_LEVEL
ANGLE
MASTER_VOLUME
SCART_PRESCALE
FM_AM_PRESCALE
I2S1_PRESCALE
SCART1_VOLUME
SCART2_VOLUME

12 AIN1_ADC_VOLUME
AIN2_ADC_VOLUME
AIN3_ADC_VOLUME
AIN4_ADC_VOLUME
AIN5_ADC_VOLUME
AIN6_ADC_VOLUME

13 SUB_VOLUME_SURROUND
SUB_VOLUME_FLAT
SUB_VOLUME_EQ
SUB_VOLUME_HP
SUB_VOLUME_HP_CENTER
SP
SUB_VOLUME_CENTERSP_
EQ
SUB_VOLUME_CENTERSP_
FLAT
BBE_HF_ADJUST
BBE_LEVEL
BBE_MACH3_F0
BBE_MACH3_Q
BBE_MACH3_GAIN

14 EQ_MODE
PEQ1_F0
PEQ1_Q
PEQ1_GAIN
PEQ2_F0
PEQ2_Q

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14 PEQ2_GAIN
PEQ3_F0
PEQ3_Q
PEQ3_GAIN
PEQ4_F0
PEQ4_Q
PEQ4_GAIN

15 PEQ5_F0
PEQ5_Q
PEQ5_GAIN
EALA_GAIN

16 BRIGHTNESS DA0
BRIGHTNESS DA1
BRIGHTNESS DA2
BRIGHTNESS DA3
BRIGHTNESS DA4
BRIGHTNESS DA5
BRIGHTNESS DA6
BRIGHTNESS DA7
BRIGHTNESS DA8
BRIGHTNESS DA9
BRIGHTNESS DA10
BRIGHTNESS DA11

17 BRIGHTNESS DA12
BRIGHTNESS DA13
BRIGHTNESS DA14
BRIGHTNESS DA15
BRIGHTNESS DA16
BRIGHTNESS DA17
BRIGHTNESS DA18
BRIGHTNESS DA19
BRIGHTNESS DA20
BRIGHTNESS DA21
BRIGHTNESS DA22

18 BRIGHTNESS DA23
BRIGHTNESS DA24
BRIGHTNESS DA25
BRIGHTNESS DA26
BRIGHTNESS DA27
BRIGHTNESS DA28
BRIGHTNESS DA29
BRIGHTNESS DA30
BRIGHTNESS DA31
BRIGHTNESS DA32

19 OPC33 ADLEVEL 0
OPC33 ADLEVEL 1
OPC33 ADLEVEL 2
OPC33 ADLEVEL 3
OPC33 ADLEVEL 4
OPC33 ADLEVEL 5
OPC33 ADLEVEL 6
OPC33 ADLEVEL 7
OPC33 ADLEVEL 8
OPC33 ADLEVEL 9
OPC33 ADLEVEL 10
OPC33 ADLEVEL 11

20 OPC33 ADLEVEL 12
OPC33 ADLEVEL 13

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20 OPC33 ADLEVEL 14
OPC33 ADLEVEL 15
OPC33 ADLEVEL 16
OPC33 ADLEVEL 17
OPC33 ADLEVEL 18
OPC33 ADLEVEL 19
OPC33 ADLEVEL 20
OPC33 ADLEVEL 21
OPC33 ADLEVEL 22

21 OPC33 ADLEVEL 23
OPC33 ADLEVEL 24
OPC33 ADLEVEL 25
OPC33 ADLEVEL 26
OPC33 ADLEVEL 27
OPC33 ADLEVEL 28
OPC33 ADLEVEL 29
OPC33 ADLEVEL 30
OPC33 ADLEVEL 31

22 V6 OS THERMO 1
V6 OS THERMO 2
V6 OS THERMO 3
V6 OS THERMO 4
V6 OS THERMO 5
V6 OS THERMO 6
V6 OS THERMO 7

23 V5 OS THERMO 1
V5 OS THERMO 2
V5 OS THERMO 3
V5 OS THERMO 4
V5 OS THERMO 5
V5 OS THERMO 6
V5 OS THERMO 7

24 MONITOR TIME OUT


MONITOR MAX TEMP
MONITOR STANDBY CAUSE

25 LCD TEST PATTERN

26 KEY LOCK(1217)
KOUTEI AREA ALL CLEAR
A MODE AREA CLEAR
BACKUP AREA CLEAR
B MODE AREA CLEAR
EXECUTION

27 EEP SAVE
EEP RECOVER
STANDBY CAUSE RESET

2.9. Code list for Standby Cause

Code Indication Description


1 RC_STNBY /* Standby set by remote control */
2 E_CCKMVT /* Abnormal voltage of CCKM line detected */
5 OUT_OF_R "/* While a PC display is on, unspecified input continued long time. */"
6 NO_OPERT /* Off caused by no operation */
7 NO_SIGNA /* Off caused by no signal */
8 PC_MODE1 /* Set by the PC power management mode 1 */
9 PC_MODE2 /* Set by the PC power management mode 2 */
A SLEEP_TM /* Set by off timer */
B E_NOMONI /* Incompatible monitor is connected to the AVC center. */

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Code Indication Description
C OFF_232C /* Set by the command from RS232C */
E AVC_TACT /* Set by the front switch at the AVC center */
F BSBOOKED /* The pre-set time has passed since TV was turned on from standby by the BS timer. */
10 E_AVCFAN /* Fan failure at the AVC center */
11 E_BSSUBM /* Communication failure with the BS sub microcomputer (Not used) */
12 E_CVICIC /* CVIC failure */
13 E_AVCTMP /* Abnormal temperature at the AVC center */
14 E_1BITAU /* 1Bit-AMP failure */
15 E_MONIPW /* Monitor main power failure detected */
16 E_MONITR /* Monitor problem detected */
17 E_FNLOCK /* Fan lock for North America */
40 /* Failure in Digital Standby */

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Service
CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE Manual

[1] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE


<Power supply>
No power supply (Front LED does not light up) and no power-up even is turned on (Front LED light up to blue)

Is the AC cord connected? NO Connect the AC cord and turn on the power.

YES
Are the harness and FFC connected properly? NO Connect the harness and FFC properly.

YES
Are F701 normal? NO If the fuse is blown when turning on the power after replacing F701, replace
VZ701, DS4701, F4701/F4702, F5701, Q4701/Q4702, Q5701, IC4701 and
IC5701, then recheck.

YES
Is the voltage of C4701/C4702/C4703 approx. NO Check if VZ701, R701, R702, R703 and DS4701 are normal.
160V?

YES
Is BU5V supplied? NO
Do the primary side and secondary side of T5701 oscillate normally?

YES NO
Are F5702, D5705, IC5706 and D5717 out Are there defective parts on the
of order? primary side? Is the output on the
secondary side short-circuited?
YES
Are UR6V/UR10V/UR13V supplied? NO Does PS_ON (pin 1 of CN5702) become High (approx. 3.3V)?

YES NO
Check the regulator circuit of UR6V, rectifier Is the unit set to STANDBY
circuit of UR13V and DC/DC circuit of MODE2? Is the main unit normal?
UR10V.
YES
Is 24V supplied? NO Do the primary side and secondary side of T4701 oscillate normally?

YES NO
Are D4705/D4706 out of order? Are there defective parts on the
primary side? Is the output on the
secondary side short-circuited?
YES
Is PNL5V supplied? NO Does PNL_POW (pin 4 of CN5702) become High (approx. 3.3V)?

YES Check the DC/DC circuit of PNL5V? Is the main unit normal?
Turn on the power again, and check if the unit
works normally.

Remarks
PS_ON PNL_POW BU5V UR6V UR10V UR13V PNL5V 24V
State of the set (CN5702 1 ) (CN5702 4 ) (CN5702 5 ) (CN5701 1 ) (CN5701 7 ) (CN5701 11 ) (CN5701 3 ) (CN5703 1 )
MODE1 High High 5V 6V 10V 13V 5V 24V
STDBY
MODE2 Low Low 5V - - - - -
Power ON High High 5V 6V 10V 13V 5V 24V

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No audio output during UHF/VHF reception

Is Video output during UHF/VHF reception normal? NO Check the tuner and RF-SW (UNT 501)

YES
Is SIF output from the tuner (TU1101_Pin3) normal? NO Check the tuner and peripheral circuits.

YES
Is input signal fed to pin 21 (SOUNDIF 1) of IC1401 (SIF Demod- NO Check the filter circuits (Q1144 and Q1102-3) and peripheral cir-
ulator) normal? cuits.

YES
Are audio signals from pins 29 and 30 (SC2_OUTL/R) of IC1401 NO Check between pins 29 and 30 (SC2_OUTL/R) of IC1401 and
to pins 51 and 52 of IC1403 (CODEC) normal? pins 51 and 52 of IC1403 (CODEC).

YES
Are audio outputs (A-OUT_L/R) of pins 38 and 39 of IC1403 nor- NO Are the LRCK, BICK, SDTO and SDTI signals sent from IC1403
mal? to IC1406 (DSP) normally?

YES
Check IC1403 and peripheral circuits.
YES
Is audio input from pins 38 and 39 of IC1403 to pins 11 and 15 of NO Check the circuits between pins 38 and 39 of IC1403 and pins 11
IC2701(STEREO_AMP) normal? and 15 of IC2701. (MUTE circuits: Q1306-8)

YES
Is audio output from IC2701 normal? NO Check IC2701 and peripheral circuits.

YES
Is the speaker switching circuit (T2701)

YES
Check the connector (P2703) of AV_UNIT and around the speak-
ers.

No monitor audio output

Is monitor audio output set to "Variable"? YES Reset monitor audio output to "Fixed".

NO
Are audio output pins 40 and 41 of IC1403 (CODEC) normal? NO Check IC1403 and peripheral circuits.

YES
Are audio output pins 7 and 1 of IC1407 (Buffer_AMP) normal? NO Check IC1407 and peripheral circuits.

YES
Check between IC1407 and MONITOR OUTPUT terminal (pins
10 and 16 of J502).

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No audio output from external input

<<INPUT-1>>
Is L-ch audio signal fed from pin 12 of input terminal J501 to pin 53 of IC1403?
Is R-ch audio signal fed from pin 18 of input terminal J501 to pin 54 of IC1403?
<<INPUT-2>>
Is L-ch audio signal fed from pin 10 of input terminal J501 to pin 57 of IC1403?
Is R-ch audio signal fed from pin 16 of input terminal J501 to pin 58 of IC1403?
<<HDMI>> [INPUT-3/INPUT4 (Digital audio mode)]
Is digital audio signal (HDMI_SPDIF) fed from pin 70 of IC1508 to pin 2 of IC1401?
<<HDMI>> [INPUT-4 (Analog audio mode)]
Is L-ch audio signal fed from pin 3 of input terminal J1501 to pin 59 of IC1403?
Is R-ch audio signal fed from pin 2 of input terminal J1501 to pin 60 of IC1403?
<<INPUT-5>>
Is L-ch audio signal fed from pin 2 of input terminal J1502 to pin 55 of IC1403?
Is R-ch audio signal fed from pin3 of input terminal J1502 to pin 56 of IC1403?
YES

No audio output during digital broadcasting reception

Are the I2S signals MCLK, SCLK, LRCK, and DATA sent NO Check around IC8101 PH1.
from pins N22, N19, N21 and M20 of IC8101 (PH1) nor-
mally?

YES
Are input signals of pins 24 (MCLK), 11 (SCLK), 10 NO Check the circuits between pins N22, N19, N21 and M20 of
(LRCK), 32 (DATA) of IC1403 normal? IC8101 PH1 and pins 24, 11, 10 and 32 of IC1403.

YES
Are audio signals from pins 29 and 30 (SC2_OUTL/R) of IC1401 NO Check between pins 29 and 30 (SC2_OUTL/R) of IC1401 and
to pins 51 and 52 of IC1403 (CODEC) normal? pins 51 and 52 of IC1403 (CODEC).

YES
Are audio outputs (A-OUT_L/R) of pins 38 and 39 of IC1403 nor- NO Are the LRCK, BICK, SDTO and SDTI signals sent from IC1403
mal? to IC1406 (DSP) normally?

YES
Check IC1403 and peripheral circuits.
YES
Is audio input from pins 38 and 39 of IC1403 to pins 11 and 15 of NO Check the circuits between pins 38 and 39 of IC1403 and pins 11
IC2701(STEREO_AMP) normal? and 15 of IC2701. (MUTE circuits: Q1306-8)

YES
Is audio output from IC2701 normal? NO Check IC2701 and peripheral circuits.

YES
Is the speaker switching circuit (T2701)

YES
Check the connector (P2703) of AV_UNIT and around the speak-
ers.

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<Composite video signal input> No video output (1)

No video output from external input <<INPUT-1>> Select INPUT-1 and the input signal on the input switching menu
screen.

Is INPUT-1 selected on the input switching menu screen? NO When INPUT-1 cannot be selected since the characters INPUT-1
on the menu screen are gray.

Is the video signal detection function normal?


Check between pin 5 of J501 and pin 70 of IC501.
YES

Is video signal fed to pin 65 of IC501 (AV SWITCH)? NO Check between pin 4 of J501 and pin 65 of IC501.

YES
Is video signal sent to pin 60 of IC501? NO Check IC501 (AV SWITCH) and peripheral circuits.

YES
Is video signal sent to pin 2 of IF_UNIT connector (FC_SC501)? NO Check between IC501 and SC501. (Q501, Q502, etc.)

YES
Is video signal fed to pin 2 of MAIN_UNIT connector NO Check the board-to-board cable "FC".
(FC_SC1101)?

YES
Is video signal fed to pin 242 of IC3301 (Trident) via L.P.F. com- NO Check between IC501 and IC3301. (Q2201, Q2207, etc.)
posed of Q2201 and Q2207?

YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and 34-37 NO Check IC3301 and peripheral circuits.
of IC3301?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

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<Composite video signal/S-video signal input> No video output (2)

No video output from external input <<INPUT-2>> Select INPUT-2 and the input signal on the input switching menu
screen.

Is INPUT-2 selected on the input switching menu screen? NO When INPUT-2 cannot be selected since the characters INPUT-3
on the menu

Is the video signal detection function normal?Check between pin


2 of J501and pin 2 of IC501.
Is the S-video signal detection function normal?Check between
YES pin 6 of J503 and pin 6 of IC501.
Is signal fed to each input terminal of IC501 (AV SWITCH)?
<Composite video signal input> NO Check between pin 1 of J501 and pin 3 of IC501.
Is video signal fed to pin 3 of IC501?

<S-video signal input> NO Check between pins 3 and 4 of J503 and pins 5 and 7 of IC501.
Are Y and C signals fed to pins 5 and 7 of IC501 respectively?

YES
<Composite video signal input> NO Check IC501 (AV SWITCH) and peripheral circuits.
Is video signal sent to pin 60 of IC501?
<S-video signal input>
Are Y and C signals sent to pins 60 and 59 of IC501 respec-
tively?

YES
<Composite video signal input> NO Check between IC501 and SC501. (Q501, Q502, Q503, Q504,
Is video signal sent to pin 2 of IF_UNIT connector (FC_SC501)? etc.)
<S-video signal input>
Are Y and C signals sent to pins 2 and 4 of IF_UNIT connector
(FC_SC501) respectively?

YES
<Composite video signal input> NO Check the board-to-board cable "FC".
Is video signal fed to pin 2 of MAIN_UNIT connector
(FC_SC1101)?
<S-video signal input>
Are Y and C signals fed to pins 2 and 4 of MAIN_UNIT connector
(FD_SC1101) respectively?

YES
<Composite video signal input> NO Check between SC1101and IC3301. (Q2201, Q2207, etc.)/
Is video signal fed to pin 242 of IC3301 (Trident) via L.P.F. com- (Q2205, Q2209, etc.)
posed of Q2201 and Q2207?
<S-video signal input>
Are Y and C signals fed to pins 242 and 231 of IC3301 (Trident)
via L.P.F. composed of Q2201 and Q2207 and via L.P.F. com-
posed of Q2205 and Q2209 respectively?

YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and 34-37 NO Check IC3301 and peripheral circuits.
of IC3301?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

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No video output during digital broadcasting reception

Is video signal sent to output terminal pin 4 of tuner (TU1101)? NO Check or replace the tuner's peripheral circuits.

YES
Is video signal fed to pin 7 of IC1103 (LEVEL ADJ)? NO Is control signal for level adjustment fed from pin 1 of IC1104 to
pin 6 of IC1103?

NO
Check or replace IC1104 (CONTROL) and peripheral circuits.
YES
Is video signal fed to pin 244 of IC3301 (Trident) via L.P.F. composed of Q2204 and Q2208?

NO
Check between IC1103 and IC3301. (Q2204 ,Q2208, etc.)
YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and 34-37 NO Check IC3301 and peripheral circuits.
of IC3301?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

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<Component video signal input> No video output (3)

No video output from external input <<INPUT-1>>

Is INPUT-1 selected on the input switching menu screen? NO Select INPUT-1 and the input signal on the input switching menu
screen.

When INPUT-1 cannot be selected since the characters INPUT-1


on the menu screen are gray.

Is the component video signal detection function normal? Check


between pin 8 of J501 and pin 38 of IC501.
YES
Are component video signals fed to pins 21, 23 and 25 (Y, PB NO Check between J1501 and each input pin of IC501.
and PR) of IC501(AV SWITCH)?

YES
Are Y, PB and PR signals sent to pins 60, 59 and 58 of IC501 NO Check IC501 and peripheral circuits.
respectively?

YES
Are component video signals sent to pins 2, 4 and 6 of IF_UNIT NO Check between IC501 and SC501. (Q501-Q506, etc.)
connector (FC_SC501)?

YES
Are component video signals fed to pins 2, 4 and 6 of NO Check the board-to-board cable "FC".
MAIN_UNIT connector (FC_SC1101)?

YES
Are Y, Pb and Pr signals fed to pins 246, 232 and 225 of IC3301 NO Check between SC1101 and IC3301. (Q2202, Q2203, Q2206,
(Trident) respectively? etc.)

YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and 34-37 NO Check IC3301 and peripheral circuits.
of IC3301?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

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No video output from HDMI input (INPUT3)

INPUT3
Are signals fed from HDMI (SC1501) connector to input terminals NO Is IC1501 (E2PROM) accessed with I2C when connecting HDMI
H_RX0± (pins 51 and 52), H_RX1± (pins 54 and 55), H_RX2± device and is DDC_I2C_CLOCK/DATA data read out?
(pins 57 and 58) and H_RXC± (pins 48 and 49) of IC1507
(TMDS_SW)?

NO
Check IC1501 and peripheral circuits.
Are cables connected securely?

YES
Check the setting of HDMI device.
YES
Are signals fed from IC1507 (TMDS_SW) to input terminals NO Check IC1507 (TMDS_SW) and peripheral circuits.
H_RX0± (pins 54 and 55), H_RX1± (pins 58 and 59), H_RX2± For INPUT4, pin 21 is Low and pin 22 is High.
(pins 61 and 62) and H_RXC± (pins 50 and 51) of IC1508 For INPUT5, pins 21 and 22 are Low and pin
(HDCP_LSI)?

YES
Are R/G/B and CLK/H/V/Data Enable signals sent from pins 92- NO Check IC1508 (HDCP_LSI) and peripheral circuits.
96, 99-105,108-111, 114-117, 121-124, 119 and 127-129 of
IC1508(HDCP_LSI)?

YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and 34-37 NO Check peripheral circuits of IC3301.
of IC3301(Trident)?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

When using an old HDMI transmission device, some video formats cannot be selected or no sound is heard. Since this model conforms to the latest
HDMI standard, the HDMI transmission device does not recognize the data of the latest version correctly. It is necessary to upgrade its firmware.
Download the latest firmware from the website of each manufacturer, or contact the customer service center of each manufacturer.

6–8
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No video output from HDMI input (INPUT4)

INPUT4
Are signals fed from HDMI (SC1502) connector to input terminals NO Is IC1502 (E2PROM) accessed with I2C when connecting HDMI
H_RX0± (pins 70 and 71), H_RX1± (pins 73 and 74, H_RX2± device and is DDC_I2C _CLOCK/DATA data read out?
(pins 76 and 77) and H_RXC± (pins 67 and 68) of IC1507
(TMDS_SW)?

NO
Check IC1502 and peripheral circuits.
Are cables connected securely?

YES
Check the setting of HDMI device.
YES
Are signals fed from IC1507 (TMDS_SW) to input terminals NO Check IC1507 (TMDS_SW) and peripheral circuits.
H_RX0± (pins 54 and 55), H_RX1± (pins 58 and 59), H_RX2± For INPUT4, pin 21 is Low and pin 22 is High.
(pins 61 and 62) and H_RXC± (pins 50 and 51) of IC1508 For INPUT5, pins 21 and 22 are Low and pin
(HDCP_LSI)?

YES
Are R/G/B and CLK/H/V/Data Enable signals sent from pins 92- NO Check IC1508 (HDCP_LSI) and peripheral circuits.
96, 99-105,108-111, 114-117, 121-124, 119 and 127-129 of
IC1508 (HDCP_LSI)?

YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and 34-37 NO Check peripheral circuits of IC3301.
of IC3301 (Trident)?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

When using an old HDMI transmission device, some video formats cannot be selected or no sound is heard. Since this model conforms to the latest
HDMI standard, the HDMI transmission device does not recognize the data of the latest version correctly. It is necessary to upgrade its firmware.
Download the latest firmware from the website of each manufacturer, or contact the customer service center of each manufacturer.

6–9
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No video output from DVI input (INPUT 5)

DIGITAL mode Analog mode


Are signals fed from DVI (SC1503) connec- NO IS IC1505 (E2PROM) accessed with I2C Are signal fed from pins 25, 26, 27 (Ana-
tor to input terminals H_RX0± (pins 8 and when connecting HDMI device and is log-R/G/B), and 28, 8 (H Sync/V Sync) of
9), H_RX1± (pins 11 and 12), H_RX2± DDC_I2C_CLOCK/DATA data read out? input terminal (SC1503) to pins 226, 248,
(pins 14 and 15) of IC1507 (TMDS-SW)? 233, 10, 11 of IC3301 (Video PROCES-
SOR)?
YES YES
NO NO
Check IC1505 and peripheral cir- Check peripheral circuits of
cuits.Are cable connected IC3301.
securely?

Check the setting of DVI Device. Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.


YES
Are signals fed from IC1507 (TMDS_SW) to input termi- NO Check IC1507 (TMDS_SW) and peripheral circuits.For INPUT4, pin 21
nals H_RX0± (pins 54 and 55), H_RX1± (pins 58 and 59), is Low and pin 22 is High.For INPUT5, pins 21 and 22 are Low and pin
H_RX2± (pins 61 and 62) and H_RXC± (pins 50 and 51)
of IC1508 (HDCP_LSI)?

YES
Are R/G/B and CLK/H/V/Data Enable signals sent from NO Check IC1508 (HDCP_LSI) and peripheral circuits.
pins 92-96, 99-105,108-111, 114-117, 121-124, 119 and
127-129 of IC1508(HDCP_LSI)?

YES
Are digital video (LVDS) signals sent from pins 28-31 and NO Check peripheral circuits of IC3301.
34-37 of IC3301 (Trident)?

YES
Check LCD_CONTROL PWB.

When using an old HDMI transmission device, some video formats cannot be selected or no sound is heard. Since this model conforms to the latest
HDMI standard, the HDMI transmission device does not recognize the data of the latest version correctly. It is necessary to upgrade its firmware.
Download the latest firmware from the website of each manufacturer, or contact the customer service center of each manufacturer.

[ FRONT-END SECTION]
Digital broadcasting cannot be received.

Are US_TS_CLK/PKTSYNC/DATA sig- NO Are IF_OUT_P/N signal send from YES Check IC8601 and its peripheral cir-
nal supplied to pin (51), (59), (66) of pin (20), (21) of TU1101 respec- cuits.
IC8601 respectively? tively?

YES NO
Check the IC8101 and its peripheral cir- Check the TU1101.
cuits.

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LED flashing timing chart for error notification


250ms 1sec

1) Red power LED Remarks


Error type Power red LED operation (1 cycle) Pins are monitor microprocessor pins.
H: On L_FL_ERR (pin 73): Abnormal L. Confirmed after 5 consecutive detections at 1 second intervals (detected only when the backlight is on).
Lamp failure Note that after five detection counts, the lamp cannot be activated except in the monitoring process. (For the first time, only the inverter is reset, and error OFF is not activated)
Flashes once: Fast L: Off Accumulated counts are cleared to 0 when the corresponding setting in the process A is made, when the power is turned on with [CH_DOWN] and [VOL_UP] on the unit down or after continuous illumination for 3 minutes.
H: On Refer to "Power failure details".
Power failure
Flashes twice L: Off
communication failure H: On Refer to "Communication failure details".
with main CPU Communication line failure or main CPU communication failure > Check debug statements for the main CPU.
Flashes 3 times L: Off
Vsync H: On VSYNC (pin 48) failure (uninput). Trident_IC operation failure.
Trident failure
Flashes 4 times L: Off Detected during operation (interruption)
H: On If the panel temperature is 60°C or more for 15 seconds or more in a row, CAUTION appears on the OSD of AVC (flashes in red in the lower right screen).
Monitor temperature failure If the panel temperature is 60°C or more for 25 seconds or more in a row, error standby is activated.
Flashes 5 times L: Off (MONITOR MAX TEMP on process A mode: Change of temperature failure AD value): Thermistor

2) Power failure details (Power LED flashes twice and OPC LED flashes) Remarks
Error type Power red LED operation (1 cycle) Pins are monitor microprocessor pins unless otherwise specified.
PS_ON H: On AC_DET (pin 31): Abnormal (L), DET_10V (pin 63). Main converter 13V/UR10V is not applied.
13V/UR10V failure
Flashes once L: Off If error is detected during operation, the power is turned on again by interrupt handling (instantaneous blackout processing).
EU_POW H: On DET_3V3 (pin 64): Abnormal (L). Main power 3.3V is not applied.

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Main 3.3V failure
Flashes twice L: Off If error is detected during operation, error standby is activated by polling.
D_POW H: On DET_6V (pin 27): Abnormal 㧔L). UR6V is not applied.
UR6V failure
Flashes 3 times L: Off If error is detected during operation, error standby is activated by polling.
D_POW H: On DET_D3V3 (pin 62): Abnormal 㧔L). Digital 3.3V is not applied.
Digital 3.3V failure
Flashes 4 times L: Off If error is detected during operation, error standby is activated by polling.
PANEL_POW H: On DET_PNL5V (pin 57): Abnormal (L). Panel power is not applied.
Panel 5V failure
Flashes 5 times L: Off If error is detected during operation, error standby is activated by polling.
Main failure H: On Main microprocessor detection error (FAN error, 1bitAMP error, etc.㧕
Flashes 7 times The details are displayed in "ERROR STANDBY CAUSE" on page 1 of process A mode for the main microprocessor.
L: Off

3) Communication failure details (Power LED flashes 3 times and OPC LED flash Remarks
Error type Power red LED operation (1 cycle) Basically, communication logs are analyzed by a bus monitor or debug print logs are analyzed.
Initial communication H: On
Initial communication from the main CPU is not received. (After canceling the reset, request for the monitor model No. is not received.)
reception failure
ψ Communication line failure or main CPU start-up failure
Flashes once L: Off
Time-out setting reception failure H: On Time-out setting and start-up mode change cannot be received from the main CPU. (Start-up communication until time-out setting and start-up mode change is not received.)
Start-up confirmation reception failure
ψ Main CPU start-up failure or monitor microprocessor's reception failure
Flashes twice L: Off
Regular communication failure H: On Regular communication that is performed at 1 second intervals in the normal operation is interrupted.
ψ Main CPU operation failure or monitor microprocessor's reception failure
Flashes 3 times L: Off
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CHAPTER 7. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS Service
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Manual

[1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS


• IC8101 (RH-IXB145WJQZQ)
An LSI of a MPEG-2 system decoder that performs back-end processing for digital broadcasting. This is equipped with a CPU (processor core:
AM33-3), descrambler (DES), transport stream demultiplexer, video decoder (MPEG-2 MP @ HL compatible), graphic processor, audio decoder
(AC3 compatible), and an NTSC video encoder.
After receiving transport stream from the tuner, the LSI decrypts pay-TV broadcasts with the descrambler. Then using the demultiplexer, it sepa-
rates and decodes the compressed audio and video data to send the signals. In the visual system, the graphic processor makes it possible to
overlap subtitles and perform scaling. Digital video signals (Y, Pb and Pr, or 480I/P, 720P and 1081I) and downconverted NTSC signals (Y/C and
composite, or 480I) can be sent simultaneously. As for the audio system, decoded AC3 audio can be overlapped with sound effects.
The LSI also contains various interfaces (I2C x 2, UART x 3, an SD Memory Card interface, a CableCARD interface, etc.) and a GPIO. Using
these interfaces, the CPU controls peripheral circuits of the tuner, SD Memory Cards, CableCARDs, etc. One of the UARTs is used by the CPU to
establish communications with the monitor microcomputer in the unit, where remote control information or other data is exchanged. Another UART
is used for RS-232C serial communications to connect the unit to a PC.

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Service Manual
CHAPTER 8. OVERALL WIRING/BLOCK DIAGRAM
[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM

OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM


J

KM
KEY UNIT
P204 1 4

QCNW-E266WJQZ 80 1 80 1
I

INPUT3 1 4 LCD CONTROL UNIT


SC1501 QCNW-E278WJQZ

1
HDMI P2002 P2602
KM SH SH

7
LV
INPUT4 7 1
CN1 1

1
HDMI SC1502
P2601
LV QCNW-E537WJQZ
H QCN

DVI-I SC150
INPUT5

LB 1
P2603 4
MAIN UNIT PE
I.LINK 12
G 1 QCNW-E257WJQZ
PE CN5701
I.LINK P9701 12

1 QCNW-E258WJQZ
PD 6 PD
P9702 6
DIGITAL AUDIO 1 CN5702
OUTPUT D1402
F
DVIAUDIO INPUT 5 J1502
R-AUDIO-L J1501 QCNW-E249WJQZ
INPUT 4
U/V
TU1101 TUNER
SCSC8 SC1102 SC1101 SC1301 PO
SD 1 23 1 23 1 23
E UN

J503 1 23 1 23 1 23
S-VIDEO SC502 SC501 P2704

J501
D IF UNIT
INPUT1
P2703
INPUT3 SP
4 1
J502
P502 RA
11 1
INPUT2
C RS-232C
AUDIO CONTROL
OUTPUT UNT501

ANT
IN
QCNW-E285WJQZ
SP-L
B QCNW-E259WJQZ

1 11
P101
LED UNIT
RA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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OL UNIT
WJQZ
SH INVERTER
LV UNIT
1 CN2

QCNW-E261WJQZ

1
To LAMP
LA
LA CN7501

10
To LAMP
PE
1

To LAMP
CN5703 QCNW-E438WJQZ
10

LB

6 1
CN7502 To LAMP
PD

To LAMP

POWER
UNIT
To LAMP

To LAMP

To LAMP

AC IN

SP-R

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

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[2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM

SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM


J

IF MAIN
14.318MHz
Xtal
CVBS IC501
INPUT CVBS/LR AV SWITCH 14.318MHz
L/R
1 MM1630CQ
+3.3V +2.5V +1.8V
Component YPbPr +9V_A
I Main Y/V Y Disclete Y/V
CVBS1 83.5MHz

SC501 23Pin
Video1 TV LPF
CVBS Main Main C/Cb C C CVBS2(Y) LVDS OUT
CVBS/LR L/R

SC1101
INPUT Out Main Cr C
2 TUNER_V +2.5V
S Video S CVBS3
Video2 Comp_Y DDR
164MHz (I
Comp_Cb

IF to MAIN I/F
YCbCr
Comp_Cr IC3301
IXB405WJ
Video Processer

RS232C Rx
RS-232C
UPD4721
Tx

HDMI_YPbPr
Monitor Out L/R
CK,HD,VD Digital IN
TO CPLD
RF_SW I2C
RF IN RF-SW
ZA050WJQZ
G SP_MUTE BUS SW
SP_RELAY IC9201
SC502 23Pin +5V IXB011WJ
IF to MAIN I/F L_MUTE
SC1102 I/O Expander AMP_MUTE
Analog/Digital IC1301 HDMI_MUTE
Tuner CVBS1_A M62320FP STANDBY
TU1101
AA004WJQZ AFT

I2C0_5
TUN_I2C
AGC

D_IF

SIF SIF Decoder


IC1401
AN5832SA
Demodulator 3-5V
IC8601 Conv
TS
F IXB684WJQZ
I2C1 (400KHz)

I2C0 (100KHz)
INPUT HDMI Audio HDMI_L/R
4 (100KHz)I2C1_S +3.3V
EEPROM +3.3V

I2C_0
I2C_1
IC8454
INPUT DVI_L/R
DVI Audio BR24L64F
5
EEPROM Tx,Rx
EEPROM +3.3V
I2C 5-3V +3.3V
INPUT HDMI_YPbPr
HDMI 1 RX_x8
Conv
I2C
3 TMDS
E 5-3V Selector HDMI RX CK,HD,VD
Conv IC1509 IC1508
TMDS341 SiI9011L TS
I2C TS in
INPUT EEPROM
HDMI 2 RX_x8
4

SLOW BUS
PH1
5-3V
Conv
IC
IXB1
INPUT I2C
DVI
5 RX_x8 Digital AV dec

DTV/I2S
DTV/SPDIF
AUDIO CODEC
D IC1403 27MHz
Tuner L/R X'tal CLK_Gen
IN1 AK4683EQOUT1 CLOCK
IN1_L/R 27MHz IC8401 74MHz
IN2 SP_L/SP_R IXB422WJ
DVI_L/R OUT2
IN3
IN3_L/R
IN4 +3.3V
HDMI_L/R N_CPU_RST
IN5 RESET

HDMI_SPDIF IC9101
SLOW B
RX0 CPLD
DTV_SPIDF TX IXB685WJ
RX1
DTV_I2S
SDTOA

SDTIA2

SDTIA3

SDTIB

C
SOUND DSP
IC1406
NJU26111
P9301 +3.3V
FLASH 64Mb
Connector for IC8451
soft writing S29GL64A
WA562WJQZ
OPTICAL
OUT
SA SC1301
23Pin
P2704
B AMP
(in IF Unit)
IC2701
Digital AMP
TA2024

RELAY

SP
P2703 4Pin
A

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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LCD
LCD
PANEL

80 FFC
32Pin LVDS
LV P2601
83.5MHz
S OUT
R/L,U/D
+2.5V PNL+5V
IC3302 BU+3.3 V
DDR DDR
(IXB375WJ) P2001 CPU
164MHz Connector F_MODE[3:1] H8 10MHz 10MHz
128Mbit Xtal
for
emulator

R/L,U/D

SH P2602
I/O
TEMP[3:1],O_S_SET,FRAME,ROMSEL0

7Pin
I/O

80 FFC
VON VON

LB P2603
I/O VBRT

4Pin
I2C1_SCL/SDA ERR_L
+3.3V
IC2005
SW DAC
I2C M62332FP

BU+3.3 V
C IC2004
EEPROM
BR24L08F INVERTER
ERR_PNL
BL
I/O

QSTEMP
A/D Thermister

AFT AREA1,3 AREA


A/D
Detect
Inverter Circuit

LB CN7502
PSIZ_L,H Panel Size
DDR I/O

6Pin
+2.5V Detect
IC8301
IXB667WJQZ
256Mb
DDR
IC8302
(400KHz) IXB667WJQZ LA CN7501
256Mb 10Pin
00KHz)
CHK15V
I/O
CK,HD,VD

DDR
YUVout

PM_REQ
I2C_0
I2C_1

I/ I/O LA CN5703
10Pin

UART
TxD_PH1,RxD_PH1
UART PANEL_POW POWER +24V
I/O From PH1
AND
PNL5V_ON_PH1
AC_DET
PD P9702 6PIN

BU+3.3 V PNL_POW
SM_POW,D_POW PS_ON,D_POW
CN5702

I/O HOLD
N_SRESET I/O From CPLD
PNL+5V

CBOOT SMPOWHOLD
I/O EXT_SMPOWHOLD BU+5V
PH1_Lite DET_10V,DET_3V3,DET_6V,DET_PNL5V
IC8101 I/O
IXB145WJQZ I/O
LINK_POW

Digital AV decode & Main CPU

IF I/O A/D I/O BackUp System


A/D I/O
BU+3.3V
BU+5V
PE P9701 12Pin
CN5701

Main System AMP+13V


+A5V
AC Standby BU5v
+A9V
STBY_POW
SD CARD

+5V +10V
KEY1,KEY2

PS_ON
+3.3V
+2.5V UR+6V PFC Inverter 24v
SLOW BUS TS +1.8V_VL
+1.2V MAIN
+1.0V_ATI
PNL_5V 10v
UR +13v
OPC_LED,POW_LED_G

PNL-POW
(PNL 5v)

BU+5 V
TS
OPC
R/C

IC8503 BU+3.3
LINK/PHY
TSB43DA42 Power Supply Circuit

Through IF Unit

i.Link i.Link SD CARD KM P2002 4Pin AC IN


RA P502 11Pin P151
RA P101 11Pin
KEY
LED

POWER
INPUT
TUNE
R/C
OPC VOLUME
LED

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

8–4
LC-32D50U
LC-32D50U
CHAPTER 9. PRINTED WIRING BOARD Service Manual

[1] PRINTED WIRING BOARD

PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES


J MAIN Unit (Side-A)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

9–1
LC-32D50U

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

9–2
I
J

C
D
H

A
B
G

1
LC-32D50U

2
cam1

LUG1104 R1168 LUG1106


P2002

k1
k2 P9007

R3347
k3
R1169

C3395
R3352
C3407

R3424

3
R3421
R3362

D1514

R1555
R1559
R1501

R3423
R2609

R1633

Q1508

Q1506
R1502

IC3302

R3381
R3382
FL2606
R2601

L1506

FB1513
C3392

R3422

SC1501
L1507 IC1506 FL2611
R3420

C1537
C1637
P2602

R3361
L1508 R2614

C1636

D1523
MAIN Unit (Side-A Chip)

R2607
L1509

R3348
R3349
R3416 R3417 R3418 R3419

R3430
R3415

R3350
R3351
FL2604

R3386
R3425
R2602

R3432

4
R3431
D1511

R1551
R3433

C1536
R3434 R3435

R3387

R1557
C1520
Q1505 Q1507

FB1516

C1518
R3414

D1501
R3385

R1516
C1552
R3384
R3337

C1554
R3336

Q1502

Q1501
R1619
R1632 R3334
R1634
R3413

R1636 R3335
R1520

IC1509
R3398
R3338

IC1510
C2601

C1585

C1560
C1561
C1598
C1595
C1605
C1603
C1619
C1618
C1622
C1621
R3339
C1596
R1505

R1616
R1611
R1625

C1635
C1599
C3350

C1551

R1628
R3429
R1519 C1563
C1543

5
R1609 C1562
L1510 R3369
C1544 R1607
R1599 R3370
FB2601

FB3307
R1608
R1600

SC1502
R1629
L1511
R1614
C1564
L1512 C1565
IC3301

R3428

IC1508
L1513

R1630

IC1507
R3427
R3401

R3367 R3402 L3306


C1549

R1631

9–3
R3368 R3328
C1550
R3327
C1556 L3304
P2601

C3334

R1626
R3426
R1618
R3322

R1595
R1601
R1606
FB1517

R1603
R1613
R1615

C1588
C1590

6
R1610
L3307

C1604
C1600
C1612
C1610

TP1502
R1635
R1617
R3399
R3321
TL3302

FB1520 C1617 R1612 C1620

R1627
C3363 L3305
X3301

TL3301

C3310 C3326 C3311 C3421

C1541
R3316
R3315

X1501 C3420
C3309

C1540
L3308
VA1505 C3321 C3322
C3333

C3425

C3424
C3423

C3302
C3316
C3317
C3303

L1503 FB3309
R3301
R3302
R3409
C3315
C3301

VA1508
VA1507
R3411

R3410 R8119
L1504 C3308 C3328
VA1506
C3312
C3313

VA1504 C3427
L1502
VA1503
FB3302
R3309

VA1501
L1501 C3306 FB3306
VA1502

7
P2001
C3346
FB3301

C1521
P9301
R1525
FB1505 R1528

D1507
R1526 D1508

SC1503
FB1509 R9306
R1571

R9303
R9304
TP9102
R1529 IC1503 L1505
R1561
P9008

C1522
C1524 R9115

C9102
R1513 C1523

R9301
D1512 R1573 R9106

C1638
FB1507 C1525 R1563
C1641

Q1509
R1568
R1577
C9103

R9305
R1548 C1526 R1562
C9654 C9620

8
R9111
FB1508 C1527 R1564 R1574

C1639
R1549 C1528 R1565
C9652 C9653

Q1510
R1578
R1569

R9124
R9105
FB1506 C1529 C9621 C9655
R9001

R1566
R8397

P9101
R1550 C1530 R1567 R1575

C1640
R1570
P9002

R8358

Q1511
R1579 R8359

R8338 C8323
R8291 R8366
IC8301

TP9101
R8293

TP9103
R8365
C8318
L9603
L9602

C8322

TP9106
C8314

9
R8369

R8370

C8325

C8504
C8312

IC8502 IC8501

C8507

C8509
C8537
FB8503
R2611
C8503
R9302

C8501 FB8501 R2005 R2065


R2612
R9229

R2053
C8502 C2019 C2025
R9228

C8512

FB8502
C2021
FL9201
R9227

R9230

C8508
J8501 R2613
P2603

R8510 R8511
C9648
C9636

R9226
R8509

R8503
C8517
Q9602
Q9601

C8516
C8518

R8514
C9202
C8513
IC2003

IC2006
IC2004

C8511
C8520
IC2005

R8513

L8501
C8515
R9647

C8523 R2066
R2064
R2059

C2022

C8522
R8518

R8519
R9637

C8510
R8115
FB8102

FB8101

R9225

C8525 R8517 C8514


R8522
R8317 C9637
C9650
C9651

R2047
IC9201

C2023 R2044
C9646

R2062
R2060
R2061
R2063
R2046

C2020
R8529 R2049

10
R8532 R2048

L8502
C8120

C8526
R8564 R2042 C9647 C9645 C9635 C9634

R2058
TP2011

C2016

R2045
R2043
R8535 C2013
R2071

C2017
C2018
R2054
R2056
R2055
R8311
R8390

R2057
TP2014

R8538
R8113

C8528
R9224

R8394

C8529
R8542

R8545
R2041
C8530

R2050
R8558 C8532

R8567

R8562
J8502

R8571
D2003

R8541
TP2012

C8533
C8122 R8154

TP2013
R8155

C8534

R8
C8531
LUG1105

R
R

R8
IC9607
IC9606

C8123
R
TP8
LC-32D50U

LUG1105

P2603 P1301 LUG1102


P9701 P9702

C1307
R2611

R2612

R2613

C1301 R1310

D1307
IC1302

R1304
C9702

C9703

C9704

C9705
C9701 FDC1

C1304

R1319
R1320 R1321
R9635
R9634

R9602

D9605
R9624
C9637

R9633

D1302
R1312

R1313
Q9601
R9632 IC1301
C9631
C9630

D9606
C9609
Q9604

R9604

D1310
D1311
R9610
C9629

C9651
C9634

IC9606

C1306
R9630
R9637 Q9606
C9628 R9607
R9629
C9619 C9615 L9601 C1302
C9635

R9606

Q1302
D9604

Q9605 R1301 D1301

D9603
C9636

C9618
R9628
R9605

C9656 D1305
IC9602
R1407
C1422 C1421
R9644

R9645

C1419
C9646

R9643

R1427
C1423

C1420
R9642
C9642
C9641

C9613
C9612
R9601

C1464

C1463
C1418
Q9603 C1414

C1310
C9640

Q9602 R9618
C9645

C9650 R9616 C1417


R9647 IC9607 R9640 R9603

C1411
C1424
R1479
R9619

R1490
R9615
C9639
C1412 R1406

IC1401
R1476

R1475
R9639 C9614
C9647

R1403
R9638 C1474

FB1406
C1409
C1408
C8408 C8407
C1407 C1406
C9648

C1477
C8405 C8404 C1404
R9202

R9006

X1402
R9203

SC1301
C1401
R1425

C1473 R1496 R1495


C8403

C1402

R1417

R1415

R1412
C1482
X8401

C1416
IC1406 R1318
IC8401

C1483

C1410
R1416

R1414

R1411

R1409
C8402

FB1408 R1471
P9202
R1472
C1484
R1317

C1434
R8402
R1489

FB1405
C8406
Q1401
R8409

R1466

X1401
C1469 C1468 C1462
C8409
R8406 R8404

R8403
R9210

R9204
R9209
R9207
R9208

R9205
FL8402

FL8403
FL8401

R1436

R1433 R1408
R8405

R8410
R8389
R8310

R9206
R8393 R1440

C1436
C1459 IC1403
R8394

R1443
R8120
R8206
R8114

R1447
R8132
FB1402
D8101
D8102

R8183 R8178
R8125 R1404
R1444

C1447
C8136

R8198

R8103
R8102

R8212
R8129

C1448

R1422
R8180
FB8102 R8390

R8311
R8130 TP8102 R1455

FB8101 R8177
TP8107TP8110
R1459 C1471
C8120

R8182

R1468
C1453
C1452 R1456
R8188

R8137
TP8112 C1449
R1424

R8186
TP8101
R8167

FB8604

C1451
C1454
FB8601

C1481
R8317

C8601

C8602
L8607 L8605
IC8101 C8611
R8169

C8607 L8602
L8603
L8608

C8609
C8630 C1124
C8634

C8639 C8621 C8615


R8619
R8614

C8638 C8629 C8620


L8601 C1109
TP8109 FB8602 C8614 L8606 L8604 C1107

C8608
FB8608
C8640 C8637
C8612 C1119
C8675
C8610
C8674 C8631 X8601 C1106
R8171

C8661
C8660
C8659
C8656

C8644
C8654
C8653

C8651

C8648
C8670

C8646 R8613

C8312

R8123 R8128
C8613

SC1101
R8106

TP8116
R8107

C8627

25 TP8115
R8160

R8200

R8199
R8208
R8209
C8116

C8117

TP8118 C8626
C8606

TP8108
R8603

C8625
R8146
R8144

R8117
R8161

R8135

R8112
C8123

TP8119
R8154

R8153 C8624
TP8114 IC8601 C8619
R8145
R8143

R8127
R8126

R8155
C8605

R8602
R8115 R8113 R8151
C8617 R8608 C8604
C8122

TP8113 C8623
R8149
TP8111 R8604
R8609

C8618
L8101 C8106
SC8601

C8622
C8628
TP8103
TP8106 R8606
IC9201 TP8105
TP8104
C8672

C8673
C8658
C8657
C8655

C8632
C8652
C8650

C8642
C8649

C8645
C8643

R8616
R8615

R8632

R8618
R8635

R8634

C1122

R9228
R8617
C9202
R9226

R9227

R9225 R9224 R1132


R9230

C2228

C2227
R2249

R2250

FL9201
X2001

IC8454

IC8453

C2225
R9229
D1104
C2226
C2011

IC2205
C8461

C8462

C8459

R1165
C8460

C8457
R8474

R8470

R8459
R8458

R9018
R8475

C8455
R2027
C2009
D2003

R2055
R2041

R2039 FL2001
TU1101
C1102

R2056

R9302 R2054 R2028


TP2012 IC9002
R2026
R2025
R2023
R2024

TP2003 R2034
R9030

R2029
C9005

TP2011
R9031 R1166 LUG1103
R9010

R1102
R2042

R9011
C2021

R2020

C2001

R2065
IC2005
R2018

R1167
R2078
C2013
R2044

R2048
C2025

R2079
R2009 P9001
SC1102

R2059 TP2014 R2008 TP1101


IC2003
C1116
R2019

R1163

R1164
C2016

IC2002
R2047

R2049

C1105

R2064
C2019

C9004
IC9001

C2022
R2046
IC1105

R2071
R2066
IC1104 R1136
C2020

IC2004 R2063 TP2004 R1135


C1131
R2061 C2018
C1115
L1101

R2060 C2017
R2012

R1108 R1107
C1120

R2062
C1103

C1111

C2006
R2005

C1101
R2070
C2023

C2007

C1118
R2033
R2032

R2002
R2031

R2004

R2013

R2050 R1101
R2043
IC1103
IC2006 R2045
TP2013 TP2010 TP2005
R2057

R2053 R2058 TP2007


R1125

TP2009 TP2008 TP2015


L1105
R8550

C8534 R8578 TP2006


L1102
C1110

C8520 R8538
C8532
R8542

C8517 R8518
R8522

C8528
C8531 R8570 R8574 R9004
P9004

C8516
P9003

P1103

R9007
R8545 R8572 FL8501
R8517 C8514

C8529 R8569
C8504
FB8503

FB8501

R8571
C8515
R8513

R8564

R8567
R8573
C8513

R8519
C8510 R8566
C8501

R8503
C8525

R8565
R8563
IC8501

R8514
C8508
C8511
R8549
C8518
C8502

R8529

C8535
C1509
C8523

C8530

C8533
R8510 R8511

R8561

C8526
C1510 C1512
R1514

R1515
R8532
R8535
R8509

C8522
C8507 FB8502 R8562
R1509 R1508
C1511
R1517
R1507 R1518

C1507 C1505
R1503

R1504

R1510 R1512
C8512

D9003

L8501 L8502 C1506 C1508


R1506
C8503

FB1501

FB1502
IC8502

R8541
FB1503

D9002 D9004
FB1504
R8558

SC8701
LUG1101

C1501 C1502

C1504 C1503
C8537

C8509
P9005
J1502

D1402
J8501

J8502

J1501

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

9–4
LC-32D50U

J MAIN Unit (Side-B)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

9–5
LC-32D50U

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

9–6
LC-32D50U

J MAIN Unit (Side-B Chip)

TL1313
TL1311
TL1308
TL1314 TL1309 TL9714
E9204

C2604

C2603
TL1306 TL9713
TL9701 TL9719
I TL1307
TL1305
TL1303
TL1302
TL9707 TL9706
TL9718 TL9715 TL9717 TL9703 TL9710
TL9705
TL2621
TL26

FL2610

FL2609
TL1310 R1303 TL9712 TL9708 TL9711 TL9702 TL9716
FB9702 TL2620
TL1304 Q1301 C9706
TL9709
R9705

FB9701

FB9703
C1305 R1316

FB9704
FDC2 R1306 R1305
D9701

IC1303

Q9701
Q9702
R1307
C9632

FB9705
C1308
D1308

C9708

R9712
R8811 TL9724
C9714

R1309
R1322
R1302
FB1301
R8808
C9709

R1315
R9704 C9707
C8811

C1303

R9713
R1311 R9631
Q1306 D9702 C9711 TL9602

R1308

R1314
L8801
TL1166
Q1303
D9609 D9610

Q1304
R9626

D1304
IC8802 TL9601

C8815

R1323
D1306
D1309 D9607 D9608 TL96

C9633
R9636
R9625

C8812

IC9702

IC9705
D1312

C9712
C8817

IC9701
R8815
R8813
TL1315 R8816

D1303
C9643
C9638

C8813
C8801
C8819
C8822

R8820
TL1331 R8802
L1401 TL9603
R8801
TL1316 R8822 C8820 C8810 C8802 TL9721

IC8803
R8810 R8833 R9641

H TL1330
R8809 C8809 IC8801
R8804
R8803
R8827
TL9723 C9717
FL8802 TL9720

C8814
C8807 R8832 TL96

C8805

IC1404

R1465

R1470
IC1405
C8821 C8803

R9714
R8823

R9702

C9644
R9646
TL1317 R1405 R8825 R9715
C9649
C8823

R9701
R8821

C8818 R1402 R8805 FL8801


R8812

TL1318 TL9205
R8818 C8808 R8807 R1463 R1469
C8804
TL1319 R8814 R1401 R8826

C1450

C1446
FB8801 C8806 TL9222
C1405
C1403

TL1320 TL9206
TL9203
TL1321
C1485 TL9204
Q1308
C1486

TL1322 C1432 TL1403


R1441 TL9223

R1413
TL9202

R1410
TL9241
R1445

TL1324 TL1323 TL9239


Q1307 C1429 R1418 TL9207

C1431
TL9240

C1430

R1420
R1426
TL1325 R1423 TL9221 TL9224 R8412

R8506

R8194
TL1326 R1429

IC2007
R1432
R1442
TL1327 R1451 FL8105

R9703
TL1328 R1446
R1449 C9710 C2024
G
R8834
R1454 C1440
R2234
R1421

R1458 R8187
L8102

C8119
TL1329 R1467

IC9703

C8401
R1462 TL8105 R8166

C8125
C9713

R8185
TL9390

R8139
R8140
R1419

C1460

R9201
R1492

R1480
R1487

TL9722

C8124
R8157
C1457

R8179

R8175
R8176
C1461

C1458

R8121 C8121
R1437

R8401
TL8104

R8156
C8133
R8124

R8134
R8191
R8314
C1470
R1484 TL8453
R8316
R8307

R8108
R1478
R1481

R8315
IC1407
C1475

R8304
R1491

R8305
R1488
C1476 R1498
R1494

R1483

R8308
R1482

R8306
R1497 R8131 R8309

R8181

C8138

C8139

C8104
R1499

R8122
R1452

R1448
C1479

R8303

C8103
C8109 C8134
R1500

R8105

R8101
R8201
R8302
C8135

R8168

R8301
C8114
TL1176 FB8603
C8101
TL1154 C8671
R8313
TL1152
C8102

R8170
FB8607 R8392

C8113
TL1150 C8137
C8616

TL1148

R8396
R8159
TL1175 R8210

F
R8204 C8112
TL1146
R8607

R8192
C8603

C8108
R8193

C8107

C8115
R8601

TL1170 R8150 R8110


FB8606

R8164

C8105
R8109

R8395
FB8605

TL1174
TL1173

C8110
R8211

C8118
R8118 R8190

R8111
TL1172

FL8103
C8641

R8173

R8214

R8133
R8162
R8163 TL8124
TL1171 C8647 R8104

R8142 R8141
R8391
C8633
C8635
C8636

R8147
R8172
R8174
TL1169 C8669 R8312

R8138
R8136
R1115 C8668 R8148 FL8101
TL1168 C1135 FL8104 TL8103

C8111
R8116
C8667
R1114

TL1163
C1133

TL1123 TL8610

R8152
TL1162 R8630
C1134
TL8123
R8625

TL1161 TL8609 C8666


TL1160
TL1122
C8665 R8165
TL8608
R1142

C1108

TL1159 C8664
R8638

R8629

TL1119 R8627
TL1158 R1143 R8213
R8620 TL8605 R8631 TL8801
TL1118 R1111 TL8602 TL8607
R1139 R1134
Q1109

TL1157 C8663
Q8601 R8626 FL8106
R8637
R8636

R8628
TL1156 TL8601 TL8603 TL8604
TL1117 R8605 R8624 C8662

C9201
R1105 TL8606
R8633

TL1155
R8623
R8621
R8622

C1104
E
C1121 TL1116
R1110

TL1115
IC1101
C1132

R2030
Q1108
TH2001

C1123 TL1114
R1141

IC2008
R1121

TL2001
Q1102

R1124
TL1113 C1117

C2026
R9005

TL1112 R2016 R2017


R1103

Q1104

R1127
Q1103

R1109

R1122 TL1111
TL9349 TL93
TL9350
TL8456 TL9348
R1104 R9017 R9016 TL8451
TL1153
R1129
R1131

R1133

Q8451
R2036
Q1105

R2037
R2038
TL1151 R1130 R8467
C2003
TL1149 TL1108 IC2001
C1127

R1116
TL1110

R2076
R8469
R2035
TL1147 R1160 C8452 C8453
R1117
R8451
R2007

TL1145 TL1109 C1136 TL8452

Q2007
C2008
C2002

TL9006 R8452
TL1127 TL9008
FB1101 Q2001

D8451

Q8452
TL1143 TL9007
CF1101

C2010

TL1144 TL9003 TL9010


D
C2012

TL1107
TL9005 TL9009 Q2006
R9012
TL1141 TL1106 C2005
C9006

R8453
TL9002 R2003
R2254

TL1142 Q9003 R2010


R9013

TL1139 TL9011
R2001
R2006

IC8451
TL1105 TL9014 TL9016 C2004
R9015 R9014
TL1140 R1106 TL1104 TL9012 TL9020
Q2005

Q2004

TL1137
R2022 R2015
R2068

TL1138 TL1103
TL9019 R2021 R2014
R2069
TL1135 TL9013 R2011
R2040

TL1102 R2052
TL1136 C2014

TL1133 C2015
R2051
TL1134
C8536

TL1131 TL1121 TL8519


IC8504
R8557

TL1132
TL8520
R8559
TL1129
E9201 C8538 C8539 TL8516
TL8517 TL8518
C8451

TL1130
R8546
R8579

R8505
TL1128 TL1126 TL9032
TL1101 R8501
R8504
TL9031
C
Q8501

R8512
R8502

TL9030
R8553
R8556
R8552
R8554

C1114
D1403

TL9029
Q8502

TL9036
R8577

TL1185 TL1124 TL9028


C1113
C8701

TL9037
IC1102

TL9027
TL9035
C1112

R8706
R8707

TL1125 TL9026
D1401
C8506 R8507

IC8701
IC8503
R8576
C8702

TL9038
C8703 R1118
TL1120 TL9025
TL9024
FB8701 R8508

R8705