PA No.

0218
55HDX99/DW2-U
55HDT79/DW2-U
55HDS69/DW2-U
PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL
SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT
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SERVICE MANUAL
SERVICE MANUAL REVISION HISTORY INFORMATION
DATE REVISON # REASON
May , 06 SM00001 FIRST ISSUE OF MANUAL
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MAY 2006 HHEA MANUFACTURING DIVISION
Added part number for interconnect cable CH 4
07.20.06 CH 1
Improved Block Diagram
09.27.06
Part Numbers Changed CH 2
02.06.07 CH 3 Change 2 updated part description information
07.06.07
MAY 2006 HHEA MANUFACTURING DIVISION
PA No. 0218
55HDX99/DW2-U
55HDT79/DW2-U
55HDS69/DW2-U
R/C: CLU-4352UG2 55HDS69
PDD 1
AChassis
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
AGENCY REGULATORY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND TRADEMARKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
BASIC SETUP & OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
BLOCK DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
CONNECTION DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
QUICK DISASSEMBLY GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
WAVEFORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
DC VOLTAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
QUICK REFERENCE PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113
CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of
electric shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions
unless you are qualified to do so. Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service
technician read the “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” in this service manual.
SAFETY NOTICE
USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING
Components having special safety characteristics are identified by a on the schematics and on the parts list in this
Service Data and its supplements and bulletins. Before servicing the chassis, it is important that the service technician
read and follow the “Important Safety Instructions” in this Service Manual.
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NOTICE: Comply with all cautions and safety-related notes
located on or inside the cover case and on the chassis or plasma
module.
WARNING: Since the chassis of this receiver is connected to
one side of the AC power supply during operation, whenever the
receiver is plugged in service should not be attempted by any-
one unfamiliar with the precautions necessary when working on
this type of receiver.
1. When service is required, an isolation transformer should be
inserted between power line and the receiver before any
service is performed on a “HOT” chassis receiver.
2. When replacing a chassis in the receiver, all the protective
devices must be put back in place, such as barriers, non-
metallic knobs, insulating cover-shields, and isolation
resistors, capacitors, etc.
3. When service is required, observe the original lead dress.
4. Always use manufacturer’s replacement components. Critical
components as indicated on the circuit diagram should not be
replaced by another manufacturer’s. Furthermore, where a
short circuit has occurred, replace those components that
indicate evidence of over heating.
5. Before returning a serviced receiver to the customer, the
service technician must thoroughly test the unit to be certain
that it is completely safe to operate without danger of electrical
shock, and be sure that no protective device built into the
receiver by the manufacturer has become defective, or
inadvertently defeated during servicing.
Therefore, the following checks should be performed for the
continued protection of the customer and service technician.
Leakage Current Cold Check
With the AC plug removed from the 120V AC 60Hz source,
place a jumper across Line 1 and Line 2 of the three plug
prongs, do not connect with the third prong, which is physical
ground.
Using an insulation tester (DC500V), connect one of its leads
to the AC plug jumper and touch with the other lead each
exposed metal part (antennas, screwheads, metal overlays,
control shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part
having a return path to the chassis should have a resistor
reading over 4MΩ. Any resistance value below this range
indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action. An
exposed metal part not having a return path to the chassis will
indicate an open circuit.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Leakage Current Hot Check
AC LEAKAGE TEST
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED
ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF APOTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD
AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE
RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER.
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
(READING
SHOULD NOT
BE ABOVE 0.5MIU)
EARTH
GROUND
TEST ALL
EXPOSED
METAL SURFACES
DEVICE
UNDER
TEST
3-WIRE CORD
ALSO TEST WITH PLUG
REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUS AS REQUIRED)
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Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an
isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leakage current
tester or a metering system that complies with the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.0 Leakage Current
for Appliances. In the case of the PDP monitor set the AC
switch first in the ON position and then in the OFF position,
measure from across Line 1 and Line 2 of the three plug
prongs, do not connect with the third prong, which is physical
ground, to all exposed metal parts of the instrument
(antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw heads,
metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed
metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis.
Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 MIU. Reverse the
instrument power cord plug in the outlet and repeat test.
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in HITACHI television
receivers have special safety-related characteristics. These are
often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection
afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement
components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement
parts which have these special safety characteristics are
identified in this Service Manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified with a
mark in the schematics and parts list in this Service Manual.
The use of a substitute replacement component which does not
have the same safety characteristics as the HITACHI-
recommended replacement component, shown in the parts list in
this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, X-radiation, or other
hazards.
Product safety is continuously under review and new instructions
are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always
consult the current HITACHI Service Manual. A subscription to,
or additional copies of HITACHI Service Manuals may be
obtained at a nominal charge from HITACHI Sales Corporation.
1. Follow the general caution recommendations from “Safety
precautions” section.
42HDS69/HDT79/HDX99 - Plasma Monitor Unit
55HDS69/HDT79/HDX99 - Plasma Monitor Unit
1. Follow the general caution recommendations from “Safety
precautions” section.
2. Since the Panel module and front filter are made of glass,
sufficient care shall be taken when handling the broken
module and filter in order to avoid injury.
3. If necessary to replace Panel module, this work must be
started after the panel module and the AC/DC Power supply
becomes sufficiently cool.
4. Special care must be taken with the display area to avoid
damaging its surface.
5. The Panel Module shall not be touched with bare hands to
protect its surface from stains.
6. It is recommended to use clean soft gloves during the
replacing work of the Panel module in order to protect, not
only the display area of the panel module but also the
serviceman.
7. The Chip Tube of the panel module (located upper left of the
back of the panel module) and flexible cables connecting
Panel glasses to the drive circuitry Printed Wiring Boards
(P.W.B.) are very weak, so sufficient care must be taken to
prevent breaking or cutting any of these. If the Chip Tube
breaks the panel module will never work, replacement for a
new plasma panel module will be needed.
8. AV Digital Block, power supply and PDP driving circuit
P.W.B.’s are assembled on the rear side of the PDP module,
take special care with this fragile circuitry; particularly, Flexible
Printed Circuits bonded to surrounding edges of the glass
panel. They are not strong enough to withstand harsh outer
mechanical forces. Avoid touching the flexible printed circuits
by not only your hands, but also tools, chassis, or any other
object. Extreme bending of the connectors must be avoided
too. In case the flexible printed circuits are damaged, the
corresponding addressed portions of the screen will not be lit
and exchange of a glass panel will be required.
PDP Module Handling
When there is need to replace a broken PDP module which is the
displaying device from the Plasma monitor unit, consider the
following:
1. When carrying the PDP module, two persons should stand at
both shorter-edge sides of the glass-panel and transport it with
their palms. Avoid touching the Flexible Printed Circuits or the
chip tube on the corner of the glass-panel. Handle only by the
surface of the glass panel. In case of some PDP modules,
electrode repair is done by connecting between regular
terminal with Cu tape and Cu wire. Please do not hook and/or
damage this repair line. If it is damaged, the module will not
function unless the glass-panel is exchanged with a new
glass-panel.
2. When carrying PDP module, watch surrounding objects, such
as tables, and also do not carry it alone since it may be
dangerous and it will be damaged due to excessive stress to
the module (glass-panel).
3. Please do not stand the module with the edge of the glass-
panel on the table since this might result in damage to the
glass-panel and/or flexible printed circuits due to excessive
stress to the module (glass-panel).
WARNING
Lead in solder used in this product is listed by the California
Health and Welfare agency as a known reproductive toxicant
which may cause birth defects or other reproductive harm
(California Health and Safety Code, Section 25249.5).
When servicing or handling circuit boards and other components
which contain lead in solder, avoid unprotected skin contact with
solder. Also, when soldering make sure you are in a well
ventilated area in order to avoid inhalation of any smoke or
fumes released.
SAFETY NOTICE
USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER
WHEN SERVICING
POWER SOURCE
This plasma television is designed to operate on 120 Volts
60Hz, AC house current. Insert the power cord into a 120 Volts
60Hz outlet.
NEVER CONNECT THE PLASMA TELEVISION TO OTHER
THAN THE SPECIFIED VOLTAGE OR TO DIRECT CURRENT
AND TO 50HZ. TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
USE THE PLASMA TELEVISION’S (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH
AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, OR THE OUTLETS
UNLESS THE BLADES AND GROUND TERMINAL CAN BE
FULLY UNSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
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CAUTION: Before servicing instruments covered by this
service data and its supplements and addenda, read and
follow the “Important Safety Instructions” on page 3 of this
publication.
NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between
the following servicing precautions and any of the safety
precautions on page 3 of this publication, always follow the
safety precautions. Remember: Safety First.
General Servicing Guidelines
1. Always unplug the instrument AC power cord from the AC
power source before:
a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit
board, module, or any other instrument assembly.
b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any instrument
electrical plug or other electrical connection.
c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an
electrolytic capacitor in the instrument.
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect
polarity installation of electrolytic
capacitors may result in an explosion
hazard.
2. Do not spray chemicals on or near this instrument or any
of its assemblies.
3. Unless specified otherwise in these service data, clean
electrical contacts by applying the following mixture to the
contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or
comparable nonabrasive applicator: 10% (by volume)
Acetone and 90% (by volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%-
99% strength).
CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless
specified otherwise in these service data,
lubrication of contacts is not required.
4. Do not defeat any plug/socket of voltage interlocks with
which instruments covered by this service data might be
equipped.
5. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its
electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat-
sinks are correctly installed.
6. Always connect the test instrument ground lead to the
appropriate instrument chassis ground before connecting
the test instrument positive lead. Always remove the test
instrument ground lead last.
7. Use with this instrument only the test fixtures specified in
this service data.
CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap
to any heatsink in this instrument.
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged
easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are
called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of
typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-
effect transistors and semiconductor “chip” components. The
following techniques should be used to help reduce the
incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor
component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain
off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a
known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a
commercially available discharging wrist strap device,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons
prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES
devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface
such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge
buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or
desolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some
solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can
generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES
device.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can
generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES
devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its
protective package until immediately before you are
ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are
packaged with leads electrically shorted together by
conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive
material.)
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from
the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the
protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into
which the device will be installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or
circuit, and observe all other safety
precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion
such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the
lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate
static electricity sufficient to damage an ES device.)
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General Soldering Guidelines
1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and
appropriate tip size and shape that will maintain tip
temperature within the range 500°F to 600°F.
2. Use an appropriate lead free solder (see page 8). Lead
solder can be used, but there is a possibility of failure due
to insufficient strength of the solder.
3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well-tinned.
4. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a
small wire-bristle (0.5 inch or 1.25 cm) brush with a metal
handle. Do not use freon-propelled spray-on cleaners.
5. Use the following desoldering technique.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal
temperature (500°F to 600°F).
b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts.
Quickly draw away the melted solder with an anti-
static, suction-type solder removal device or with
solder braid.
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the
circuit board printed foil.
6. Use the following soldering technique.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal
temperature (500°F to 600°F).
b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder strand
against the component lead until the solder melts.
c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of
the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and
hold it there only until the solder flows onto and
around both the component lead and the foil.
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the
circuit board printed foil or components.
d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any
excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle
brush.
Removal
1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by
gently prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as
the solder melts.
2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-
type solder removal device (or with solder braid) before
removing the IC.
Replacement
1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board.
2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad
and solder it.
3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush.
(It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to areas.)
“Small-signal” Discrete Transistor Removal/Replacement
1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as
close as possible to the component body.
2. Bend into a “U” shape the end of each of the three leads
remaining on the circuit board.
3. Bend into a “U” shape the replacement transistor leads.
4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the
corresponding leads extending from the circuit board and
crimp the “U” with long nose pliers to insure metal to
metal contact, then solder each connection.
Power Output Transistor Devices Removal/Replacements
1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor
leads.
2. Remove the heatsink mounting screw (if so equipped).
3. Carefully remove the transistor from the circuit board.
4. Insert new transistor in circuit board.
5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead.
6. Replace heatsink.
Diode Removal/Replacement
1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as
possible to diode body.
2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicularly to the
circuit board.
3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new
diode around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.
4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it.
5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints
of the two “original leads”. If they are not shiny, reheat
them and, if necessary, apply additional solder.
Use Soldering Iron to Pry Leads
IC Removal/Replacement
Some Hitachi unitized chassis circuit boards have slotted
holes (oblong) through which the IC leads are inserted and
then bent flat against the circuit foil. When holes are the
slotted type, the following technique should be used to
remove and replace the IC. When working with boards using
the familiar round hole, use the standard technique as
outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above.
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Fuses and Conventional Resistor Removal/Replacement
1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of circuit board
hollow stake.
2. Securely crimp leads of replacement component around
stake 1/8 inch from top.
3. Solder the connections.
CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the
replaced component and adjacent
components and the circuit board, to
prevent excessive component
temperatures.
Circuit Board Foil Repair
Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed
circuit board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to
the circuit board, causing the foil to separate from, or “lift-
off,” the board. The following guidelines and procedures
should be followed whenever this condition is encountered.
In Critical Copper Pattern Areas
High component/copper pattern density and/or special
voltage/current characteristics make the spacing and
integrity of copper pattern in some circuit board areas more
critical than in others. The circuit foil in these areas is
designated as Critical Copper Pattern. Because Critical
Copper Pattern requires special soldering techniques to
ensure the maintenance of reliability and safety standards,
contact your Hitachi personnel.
At IC Connections
To repair defective copper pattern at IC connections, use the
following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper
pattern side of the circuit board. (Use this technique only on
IC connections.)
1. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a
sharp knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely
necessary.)
2. Carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic
coating (if used) from the end of the remaining copper
pattern.
3. Bend a small “U” in one end of a small-gauge jumper wire
and carefully crimp it around the IC pin. Solder the IC
connection.
4. Route the jumper wire along the path of the cut-away
copper pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped
end of the good copper pattern. Solder the overlapped
area, and clip off any excess jumper wire.
1. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife.
Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to ensure hazardous
condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens.
2. Trace along the copper pattern from both wire sides of
the pattern break and locate the nearest component
directly connected to the affected copper pattern.
3. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the
nearest component on one side of the pattern break to
the lead of the nearest component on the other side.
Carefully crimp and solder the connections.
CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is
dressed so that it does not touch
components or sharp edges.
CRIMP AND
SOLDER
BARE JUMPER
WIRE
Install Jumper Wire and Solder
DEFECTIVE
COPPER
REMOVED
Insulated Jumper Wire
At Other Connections
Use the following technique to repair defective copper
pattern at connections other than IC Pins. This technique
involves the installation of a jumper wire on the component
side of the circuit board.
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MH DIODE RESISTOR
Leadless Chip Components
(surface mount)
Chip components must be replaced with identical
chips due to critical foil track spacing. There are no
holes in the board to mount standard transistors or
diodes. Some chip capacitor or resistor board solder
pads may have holes through the board, however the
hole diameter limits standard resistor replacement to
1/8 watt. Standard capacitors may also be limited for
the same reason. It is recommended that identical
chip components be used. .
Chip resistors have a three digit numerical resistance
code -1st and 2nd significant digits and a multiplier.
Example: 162 = 1600 or 1.6KΩ resistor, 0 = 0Ω
(jumper).
Chip capacitors generally do not have the value
indicated on the capacitor. The color of the component
indicates the general range of the capacitance.
Chip transistors are identified by a two letter code. The
first letter indicates the type and the second letter, the
grade of transistor.
Chip diodes have a two letter identification code as
per the code chart and are a dual diode pack with
either
common anode or common cathode. Check the parts
list for correct diode number.
Component Removal
1. Use solder wick to remove solder from component
end caps or terminals.
2. Without pulling up, carefully twist the component
with tweezers to break the adhesive.
3. Do not reuse removed leadless or chip
components since they are subject to stress
fracture during removal .
Chip Component Installation
1. Put a small amount of solder on the board
soldering pads.
2. Hold the chip component against the soldering
pads with tweezers or with a miniature alligator
clip and apply heat to the pad area with a 30 watt
iron until solder flows. Do not apply heat for more
than 3 seconds
How to Replace Flat-lC
—Required Tools—
• Soldering iron • iron wire or small awl
• De-solder braids • Magnifier
1. Remove the solder from all of the pins of a Flat-lC
by using a de-solder braid.
2. Put the iron wire under the pins of the Flat-lC and
pull it in the direction indicated while heating the
pins using a soldering iron. A small awl can be
used instead of the iron wire.
3. Remove the solder from all of the pads of the
Fiat-lC by using
a de-solder braid.
4. Position the new Flat-lC in place (apply the pins of
the Flat-lC to the soldering pads where the pins
need to be soldered). Properly
determine the positions of the
soldering pads and pins by
correctly aligning the polarity
symbol.
6. Check with a magnifier for solder bridge between
the pins or for dry joint between pins and soldering
pads. To remove a solder bridge, use a de-solder
braid as shown in the figure below.
NOTE: These components are affixed with glue. Be careful not to break or damage any foil under the
component or at the pins of the ICs when removing. Usually applying heat to the component for a short
time while twisting with tweezers will break the component loose.
Chip Components
TYPE
GRADE C
B
E
SOLDER
CAPS
TRANSISTOR CAPACITOR
1ST DIGIT
2ND DIGIT
MULTIPLIER
= 1600 = 1.6K
ANODES
SOLDER CAPS
COMMON CATHODE
De-Solder
Braid
Soldering
Iron
Soldering
Iron
Soldering
Iron
Soldering
Iron
Soldering
Iron
Soldering
Iron
De-Solder
Braid
Flat-IC
Solder
Bridge
Solder
De-Solder
Braid
Iron
Wire
Pull
Awl
Polarity Symbol
5. Solder all pins to the soldering pads using a fine
tipped soldering iron.
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Information for service about lead-free solder introduction
Hitachi introduced lead-free solder to conserve the "Earth Environment".
Please refer to the following before servicing.
(1) Characteristic of lead-free solder
Melting point of lead free solder is 40-50
o
C higher than solder containing lead.
(2) Solder for service
Following composition is recommended.
" Sn - 3.0Ag - 0.5Cu " , or " Sn - 0.7 Cu "
Lead solder can be used, but there is a possibility of failure due to insufficient strength of the solder.
Caution when using solder containing lead.
Please remove previous solder as much as possible from the soldering point.
When soldering, please perfectly melt the lead-free solder to mix well with the previous solder.
(3) Soldering iron for lead-free solder.
Melting point of lead-free solder is higher than solder containing lead.
Use of a soldering tool "with temperature control" and "with much thermal capacitance" is recommended.
(Recommended temperature control : 320
o
C - 450
o
C)
Recommended temperature
PWB with chip parts
320
o
C +/- 30
o
C
PWB without chip parts
380
o
C +/- 30
o
C
Chassis, metal, shield etc.
420
o
C +/- 30
o
C
(4) Identification of lead-free PWB
2004 models >> lead-free solder is introduced
2006 models >> lead-free solder apply
On lead-free PWB, "F" is added at the beginning of stamp on PWB. (e.g. DW2-POD F)
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AGENCY REGULATORY
INFORMATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
In the United States, TV GUIDE and other related marks are registered marks of Gemstar-TV Guide International,
Inc. and/or one of its affiliates. In Canada, TV GUIDE is a registered mark of Transcontinental Inc., and is used
under license by Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc.
The TV Guide On Screen system is manufactured under license from Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc.
and/or one of its affiliates.
The TV Guide On Screen system is protected by one or more of the following issued United States patents
6,498,895; 6,418,556; 6,331,877; 6,239,794; 6,154,203; 5,940,073; 4,908,713; 4,751,578; 4,706,121.
Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc. and/or its related affiliates are not in any way liable for the accuracy or
availability of the program schedule information or other data in the TV Guide On Screen system and cannot
guarantee service availability in your area. In no event shall Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its
related affiliates be liable for any damages in connection with the accuracy or availability of the program
schedule information or other data in the TV Guide On Screen system.
Federal Communications Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
FCC Information
This device complies with part15 of the FCC Rules.Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
(1) This decide may not cause harmful interference and (2) This decide must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not
expressly approved by Hitachi America ,Ltd. Home Electronics Division may void the user’s authority to
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to
maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Any cables that are supplied with the system must be replaced with identical cables in order to assure
compliance with FCC rules. Order Hitachi spares as replacement cables.
operate the equipment.
This Plasma Television receiver will display television closed captioning, ( or ), in accordance with
paragraph 15.119 of the FCC rules.
Note
Cable Compatible Television Apparatus- Tèlèvision câblocompatible, Canada.
INDUSTRY CANADA AGENCY REGULATORY INFORMATION
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
AND TRADEMARKS
This Plasma Television complies with VESADDC2B specifications, Plug & Play
is a system with computer, peripherals (including monitors) and operating
system. It works when the monitor is connected to a DDC ready computer that
is running an operating system software that is capable for the plug & play.
When a Plug and Play PC is powered on, it sends a command to the Monitor
requesting identification. The Monitor sends back a string of data including its
characteristics.
TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENT
DDC is a trademark of Video Electronics Standard Association.
IBM PC/AT and VGA are registered trademarkds of International Business Machines Corporation of the U.S.A.
Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
VESA is a trademark of a nonprofit organization, Video Electronics Standard Association.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Cable Compatible Television Apparatus- Tèlèvision câblocompatible, Canada.
Notes on Closed Caption:
This Plasma Television receiver will display television closed captioning, ( or ), in accordance with
paragraph 15.119 of the FCC rules.
TM
TABLE OF CONTENTS
In the U.S. , TV GUIDE and other related marks are registered marks of Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or
one of its affiliates. In Canada , TV GUIDE is a registered of transcontinental Inc. , and is used under license by Gemstar-TV
Guide International, Inc.
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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CIRCUIT PROTECTION
CAUTION: Below is an EXAMPLE only. See Replacement Parts List for details. The following symbol near the fuse
indicates fast operation fuse (to be replaced). Fuse ratings appear within the symbol.
6.3 A
125V
F
6.3 A 125V
Example:
“RISK OF FIRE - REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED”
The rating of fuse F9A2 is 6.3 A - 125V.
Replace with the same type fuse for continued protection
against fire.
The Digital AV Block is inside of the Panel assembly controls most of the user functions of the complete TV set and conditions the signal
to the plasma panel.
The 42” and 55” TV's contain the displaying device, which is the plasma display panel module, and the driving circuitry, which
receives the signal from the Digital AV Block and after processing, delivers the image to the display module.
This HITACHI Service Manual is intended for the qualified service personnel and it contains the necessary information for
troubleshooting the Plasma television set in case of malfunction.
DIMENSIONS:
55HDS69/HDT79/HDX99
POWER RATINGS:
1 55HDS69/HDT79 490W 4.5A 323W 0.6W 14W DW-2U
55HDX99
No.
Model Name
Indicated Value
Max Rating
Average
Rating (W)
Without POD.
less than 1W Chassis
PST(W)
(W) (A)
With POD.
less than 14W
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
138 mm
8
4
0
m
m
6
9
6
m
m
4
2
2
m
m
1510 mm
138 mm
1234 mm
24 mm
94.9 mm
118.9 mm
A- Plasma
Model 55HDS69/ 55HDT79/ 55HDX99
Dimension Size 1 1510mm x 840mm x 119mm
Weight 2 59k g
Input AC Voltage 3 AC108V~132V (wi th 3 Pl ug AC Power Cord i nlet
type ,1.8m length)
Input AC Frequency 4 60Hz
A/C Input
Voltage
Power Consumption 5 370W, SBY/POD -SBY less than 1W/14W
Front End(NTSC & ATSC) 6 ENGD6305
NTSC/ATSC(8VSB),64QAM,256QAM)
7 2~13 VHP
8 14 ~ 69 UHF
Front End
Available Channel
9 A-5~A-1,A~W,W+1~W+94 CATV
Video Signal 10
N T S C
Component Signal 11
4 8 0 i / p . 1 0 8 0 i , 7 2 0 p
PC Signal 12 V G A - U X G A fH:24KHz -1 09KHz,fV:50Hz-
85Hz)
Input Signal
HDMI Signal 13 480i ,480p,720p,1080i (EIA- 861B) 3
Y/C Separati on 14 3D Y/C (ON fix)
Line Correction 15 No
I-P Conversion 16 Motion Adaptive & Multi Angle Interpolation
FC6
Picture Mode 17 Day.Night
18 42:1024i ,55:768p Video Signal
19 42:1024i ,55:768p ComponentSignal
20 42:1024i ,55:768p PinP Mode
Picture
Display Mode
21 -
Sound Enhancement 22 BassBoost & Surround (Normal, Wide, Off)
Settings for Video Signal 23 Picture,Contrast,Brightness,Color,Tint , Sharpness,
W/B Temp.Black Enhancement .Contrast Mode.Color
Management/Decoding ,Auto Color.Noise
Reductfon.Auto Movie Mode, .Black Side Panel
24 Vol, Balance, Bass.Treble, Source, Internal Speakers
25
Adjustment
Settings for Sound
26
,Auto Noise Cancel.Perfect Volume.Mute.Soft Mute
PinP Split 27
Wi t h(ANT/ CABLE DI GI TAL CHANNEL & Vi deo. 480i , 720p, 1080i )
Mode Strobe 28
Wi t h( 3Pi x: onl y ANT/ CABLE DI GI TAL CHANNEL, Vi deo, 480i )
Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX
29
POP 30
With Main: ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL,Video.480i ,720p,1080i)
PIP 31 With(Main:ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL,Video.480i ,720p,1080i)
Freeze 32
Wide Mode 33 7Mode
Aspect Video Selection 34 4:3 Standard/16:9 Standard1 /16:9 Standard 2
PC 35 Full/Normal/Real (Real
42:VGA,55:VGA/SVGA/XGA/WXGA)
Film Theater 36 With(Auto Movie Mode:On/Off)
Color Temperature 37 4Mode (High/Medium/Standard/Black & White)
General
Function
Input Signal Selection 38 VIDEO1/2/3/4/5, Cable/ Air,IEEE1394,Photo
Input
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Wi t h( 3Pi x: onl y ANT/ CABLE DI GI TAL CHANNEL, Vi deo, 480i )
SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX
Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX
Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX
Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX
4:3 Expanded/Zoom1/Zoom 2/16:9 Zoom
Black & White only HDT/HDX
IEEE1394 only HDT/HDX
Photo Input only HDT/HDX
Model
55HDS69/55HDT79/55HDX99
General Gamma Correction 39 Only for Service Menu
Function Picture Enhancer 40 -
Input Signal Identification
41 yes
Audio Special Mode
42
No
Power Save Mode
43
With (On/Off) (Video In) LED Normal: Blue
44
Power Save: Orange
Stand by: Red
Burning Protection
45
With (Raster Shift:3 option.AII White Pattern)
OSD Language (VIDEO)
46
ENGLISH.FRANCAIS.ESPANOL
Power Swivel
47
With 55HDT79 and 55HDX99 only Stand sold separately
R/C Handset
48
CLU- 3861WL/ CLU- 123S
P A N A S ON I C / UEI / HOSHI DEN
In/Out
49
Terminal Composite Video Input
( VI DEO1~5)
50
5 Input: RCA pin* 5 (1 Input Side Panel)
S-l n(S2 Termi nal ) (Video/S are
common selector, priority is S-ln) .
51
2 InputMini Din- 4P x 2
Component Signal Input
(VIDEO3.VIDEO4.VIDEO5)
52
3 lnput:RCA pin x 9(Y of VIDEO1/2/5 is common
input for Composite-I n)
Digital Input(HDMH-HDCP)
53
3 lnput:HDMI(18P)X3 (Selected by component
Video1/2/5.Digital input priority)
Audio In (L/R) (Lch:mono)
54
5 lnput:RCApinx10
Auto Li nk
55
1 Input (VIDEO2 LINK) Auto Link Function
Video Control Terminal (BS)
56
No
U/V Ant Input
57
CABLE / AIR
BS-I/F Input
58
No
Video Monitor Out Terminal
59
1 Output: RCA pin x 1
Audio Output Terminal
60 1 Out put UR: RCA pi n x 2( Common i nput f or No. 59 )
Audio Monitor Out Terminal
61 1 Out put L/ R: RCA pi n x 2
IR-OUTPUT 62
2 Terminal
Headphone Terminal
63
No
64
I E E E 1 3 9 4 I n p u t 65
2 (4pin connector)
RS-232C Terminal 66
1 (Female type)
Photo Input
67
1 (On Side panel)
Audio Optical Output
68
1 (Square type)
Front Main Power Switch
69
Yes , below panel
Key Power On/off Switch
70 Yes, on side panel
IR Receiving Unit
71
Yes, on front panel
Power Indicator LED
72
Yes, on front panel
Menu Control Key
73
Yes, on side panel (Channel U/D, Vol U/D, A/V Input
Select , Menu Select)
Option
74
With POP TV Stand
75
With Wall Mount Unit
76
-
55HDX99 Only
SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
/CLU-4352UG2
55HDT79/55HDX99 Only
55HDT79/55HDX99 Only
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QAM Basic
Model Name Class Chassis Series Cabinet Aspect ATSC ATSC/NTSC Digital POD MPEG EPG M/C
Name Design 1Tuner Cable Decoder Gemstar
55HDX99 HDX DW2C Directors Leggero(ALL BLK) 16x9 X X X X X X USB
55HDT79 HDT DW2B UltraVision Leggero(SP:BLK, DECO:SIL) 16x9 X X X X X X USB
55HDS69 HDS DW2A UltraVision Leggero(ALL SIL) 16x9 X X X X X - -
Model Name Class
55HDX99 HDX
55HDT79 HDT
55HDS69 HDS
DTV Memory
NTSC Seine 3/2 Fill by Shield Comb Resolution OSD Color Temp
FORMAT Pulldown Mode inputs Filter
1080i Seine2 Auto/off 7modes X 31% Mesh 3DYC P2웛1366x768 06 OSD Dir 4Mode(High, Med,Std, B&W
1080i Seine2 Auto/off 7modes X 36% Mesh 3DYC P2웛1366x768 06 OSD A 3Mode(High, Med,Std)
1080i Seine2 Auto/off 7modes X 36% Mesh 3DYC P2웛1366x768 06 OSD B 3Mode(High, Med,Std)
Model Name Class
55HDX99 HDX
55HDT79 HDT
55HDS69 HDS
PIP AV NET Type Source Simple IR Descrete Dolby Perfect Surround BassBoost
Color UEI Pass Thru Code Volume
Digital Tuner/Ext SPLIT X Rotate PANA/Black X X X AC3 Downmix × × ×
Digital Tuner/Ext SPLIT - Rotate PANA/Black - X X AC3 Downmix × × ×
Digital Tuner/Ext SPLIT - TVU Hoshiden/BLACK - - X AC3 Downmix × × ×
Remote Sound function
Model Name Class
55HDX99 HDX
55HDT79 HDT
55HDS69 HDS
TV Output Speaker RS232C IR-Out YPbPr S IN AV IN S V AUDIO Y As 6CH RF
Center Watt IEEE1394 HDMI(Ver1.1) OUT OUT OUPUT Composite OUT
L/mono 36 2FR2W 1 2 1 2 2(1H,2H,2.14H) 2 4 1 1 1 X OPT 1
L/mono 36 2FR2W - 2 1 2 2(1H,2H,2.14H) 2 4 1 1 1 X OPT 1
L/mono 36 2FR2W - 2 1 - 2(1H,2H,2.14H) 2 4 1 1 1 X OPT 1
Rear Jacks
Digital I/F
Model Name Class
55HDX99 HDX
55HDT79 HDT
55HDS69 HDS
HDMI
Composite L/R (Ver1.1) Y,Pb,Pr
1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1
Front/Side Jack
Model Name Class
55HDX99 HDX
55HDT79 HDT
55HDS69 HDS
Downloadable Option Swivel Table Top Hotel Adjust Color Contrast
Power V Chip Energy Star PLC Wall mount Pow/Manual Stand Mode Color Manage Mode
LED Decoder
Blue X X X WM51 Pow × (STF551) × X X X
Blue X X X WM51 Pow × (STF552S) × X X X
Blue X X X WM51 Manual × (STF552S) × - - X
Model Name Class
55HDX99 HDX
55HDT79 HDT
55HDS69 HDS
White Level
Black Level
X
-
-
FEATURES & DIFFERENCES
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Stand sold
separately
(OPT)
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General Specification
Model NameItem 55HDS69/55HDT79/55HDX99
Destination U.S.A. / CANADA
Cabinet Dimensions
(Main Body) (Speaker &
stand inclusive)
1 5 1 0 mm x 8 4 0 mm x 1 1 9 mm
Frame Color Screen Dar k Char coal Met al l i c ( HDT/ HDX)
Stand
I ncl usi ve ( Wi t h Power Swi vel )
Weight (Main Body)
(Speaker & stand
inclusive)
(Main Body: Packed)
59 kg t yp. 69. 0 kg
Exterior
Screen Size
1 2 2 9 . 4 x 6 9 1 . 2 mm( 5 5 l n c h 1 6 : 9 )
Resolution
1366x 768 pi x el s
Dot Pitch (H)
0. 90mm
Dot Pitch (V)
0. 90mm
Viewing Angle (H)
±85°
Display Panel
Viewing Angle (V)
±85°
Front Filter Surface Finishing
Peak Brightness (1%
window)
240 cd/m
2
or mor e
( When VI DEO, Day mode, Color te m-
per at ur e ' HI GH' I nput Si gnal A m-
pl i t ude 100 % i s set )
Brightness
All White Pattern
Contrast Contrast ratio 1000 : 1 (typ)
Color
Reproduction
Color Reproduction 16.7 million colors or mor e
Audio Output Audio Output
18W+ 18W( 6ohm>, 10%Di st or t i on)
Main Power Switch
PUSH ( LOCK) 1 swi t ch
Panel Operation
Power Switch
PUSH ( NON-LOCK) 1 swi t ch
Input Terminal Video/Audio Input RCA , HDMI DV connector
Audio Line Output
Sub Woof er Out put 1 syst em
Output Terminal
Speaker Output
-
Connector 3 Polarity Receptacle Power Supply
Source Input Voltage Si ngl e Phase AC108 - 132V, 6 OHz
Temp. ( Oper at i ng) 5~35°C (41F~95F)
Temperature (Stored) -15~60°C (5F~140F)
Humidity (Operating) 20~80%RH ( No n - c o n d e n s i n g )
Humidity (Stored) 20~90%RH (Non-condensing)
Atmospheric Pressure
(Operating)
800 to 1114hPa
(altitude: 1888m to -757m,
6194feet to -2483feet)
Guaranteed
Environment
Condition
Atmospheric Pressure
(Storage)
300 to 1114hPa (Altitude:
9727m to -757m, 31912feet to -
2483feet)
Model Spec
0 . 1 o h m me s h
Br i ght ness Si l ver ( HDS)
Environment Specifications
NO Item Specification
1 Operating Temp. +5°C~+35°C
2 Stock Temp. -15°C~+60°C
3 Operating Humidity 20%~80%RH
4 Stock Humidity 20%~90%RH
5 Operating Atmosphere
Pressure
800~1114h Pa
(1888m~-757m)
6
Stock Atmosphere Pressure 300~1114h P a
(4727m~-757m)
7 Warranty Gravity Vertical 0.85 G
8 Warranty Drop High 30cm
9 Tilt Angle 12° Over
Display Specification
Picture Format for Each Input Source
Aspect, Virtual HD, Black Side Panel, Vertical Position, PIP Mode
9.1.1 Aspect
Yes : Selectable 웎 : Un-selectable
Input Auto Aspect Aspect
Signal Aspect Video ID 16:9
Standard 1
16:9
Standard 2
16:9
Zoom
4:3
Standard
4:3
Expanded
4:3
Zoom 1
4:3
Zoom 2
ANT
Analog
Video NTSC 웎 4x3 Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ANT YCBCR 480p 웎 16x9 Yes 웎 Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
Digital 480i 웎 4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes
YPBPR 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
IEEE1394 YCBCR 480p 웎 16x9 Yes 웎 Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
Digital 480i 웎 4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes
YPBPR 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
웎 웎 웎 1394DV 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes
Input 1 HDMI 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480p Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No Info Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎 Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
S-Video Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎 Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Input 2 HDMI 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480p Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No Info Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎 Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
S-Video Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎 Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Input 3 YPBPR 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480p Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎
No Signal 웎 웎
Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎
웉Continuation웊
Input Auto Aspect Aspect
Signal Aspect Video ID 16:9
Standard 1
16:9
Standard 2
16:9
Zoom
4:3
Standard
4:3
Expanded
4:3
Zoom 1
4:3
Zoom 2
Input 4 YPBPR 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480p Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎
No Signal 웎 웎
Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎
Input 5 HDMI 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480p
480i
Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No Info Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎 Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
YPBPR 1080i/720p 웎 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480p
480i
Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎
No Signal 웎 웎
Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Yes Initial 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
Letter 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes
4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes
No ID Yes 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Auto OFF 웎
Horizontal Expansion 16x9 105% 100% 133% 웎 133% 웎 웎
4x3 105% 100% 133% 75% 100% 100% 133%
Vertical Expansion 105% 100% 133% 110% 110% 133% 176%
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[Expansion]
<4x3 Format> <16x9 Format>
9
0
%
90%
16:9
Standard1
16x9
9
0
%
90%
4x3
16:9
Standard1
9
0
% 4x3
4:3
Standard
16:9
Standard2
16x9
9
0
%
16x9
4:3
Expanded
7
5
%
75%
16:9
Zoom
4x3
75%
5
6
% 4x3
4:3
Zoom2
7
5
%
4:3
Zoom1
4x3
9
0
% 4x3
4:3
Expanded
7
5
%
75%
16x9
16:9
Zoom
100
110
1?0
130
1+0
1¯0
1b0
1¯0
180
0 10 ?0 30 +0 ¯0 b0 ¯0 80 90 100
162%
113%
4:3 Expanded Mode
Horizontal
Expansion
Ratio
(%)
Horizontal Position
100%
4x3
Format
100%
16x9
Format
4:3
Expanded
162% 113% 162%
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Aspect Key Operation
(1) ANT Analog Channel
16:9
Standard1
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key 4:3
Standard
4:3
Zoom2
4:3
Expanded
16:9
Zoom
4:3
Zoom1
(2) ANT Digital Channel
(a) Aspect: 16x9
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
4:3
Expanded
Aspect
Key
16:9
Standard2
Aspect
Key
1080i/720p only.)
(This mode is for
16:9
Standard1
16:9
Zoom
(b) Aspect: 4x3
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key 4:3
Standard
4:3
Zoom2
4:3
Expanded
4:3
Zoom1
(3) HDMI/YPBPR: 1080i/720p
(4) HDMI/YPBPR: 480p/480i, Video/S-Video
(4-1) Auto Aspect OFF
(4-2) Auto Aspect ON
(a) Video ID/HDMI Info: 16x9
4:3
Zoom1
16:9
Zoom
4:3
Expanded
16:9
Standard1
4:3
Zoom2
4:3
Standard
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Video ID: 16x9
Power ON Initial
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
16:9
Zoom
16:9
Standard2
16:9
Standard1
16:9
Zoom
Aspect
Key
16:9
Standard1
Aspect
Key
4:3
Expanded
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
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(b) Video ID/HDMI Info: Letter
4:3
Expanded
4:3
Standard
4:3
Zoom1
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
4:3
Zoom2
Video ID: Letter
Power ON Initial
(c) Video ID/HDMI Info: 4x3
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
4:3
Standard
4:3
Zoom2
4:3
Expanded
4:3
Zoom1
Video ID: 4x3
Power ON Initial
(d) No Video ID, No HDMI Info
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
Aspect
Key
4:3
Standard
4:3
Zoom2
16:9
Standard
4:3
Expanded
16:9
Zoom
4:3
Zoom1
Vertical Position Operation
Input Vertical Position
16:9
Standard1/2
16:9
Zoom
4:3
Standard
4:3
Expanded
4:3
Zoom 1
4:3
Zoom 2
ANT
Analog
Video NTSC 4x3 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
ANT
Digital
YPBPR 1080i
720p
16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
480i 16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
4x3 웎 웎 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
IEEE1394 YPBPR 1080i
720p
16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
480p
480i
4x3 웎 웎 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
Input 1 - 2 HDMI 1080i
720p
16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
480p
480i
16x9
4x3
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
S-Video
Video
NTSC 웎 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
Input 3 - 4 YPBPR 1080i
720p
16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
480p
480i
16x9
4x3
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
Video NTSC 웎 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
Input5 HDMI 1080i
720p
16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
480p
480i
16x9
4x3
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
YPBPR 1080i
720p
16x9 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
웎 ¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
웎 웎
480p
480i
16x9
4x3
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
Video NTSC 웎 ¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢0 step
Gray out
¢10 step
(¢10 lines)
¢10 step
(¢30 lines)
¢10 step
(¢50 lines)
PIP Mode SPLIT/POP/
PIP/STROBE
¢0 step
Gray out
9.1.4 Black Side Panel Operation
Black Side Panel
Menu
Black
Side
4:3
Standard
Black Side Panel OFF
(Power ON Initial)
Gray Side
Panel
4:3
Standard
Black Side Panel ON
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PIP Mode
PIP Sub Digital Component/Composite/S-IN/HDMI
Mode 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i
Main 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
Digital
(Air or
Cable)
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
POP
Component
Composite
S-IN
HDMI
480i 4x3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎
480p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎
Digital
(Air or
Cable)
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 Yes Yes Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
PIP
16x9
Component
Composite
S-IN
HDMI
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes*1 Yes Yes*1 Yes
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes*1 Yes Yes*1 Yes
480p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes*1 Yes Yes*1 Yes
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes*1 Yes Yes*1 Yes
Digital
(Air or
Cable)
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 Yes*2 웎 Yes*2 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
PIP
4x3
Component
Composite
S-IN
HDMI
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
480p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Digital
(Air or
Cable)
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1080i 16x9 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
SPLIT
Component
Composite
S-IN
HDMI
480i 4x3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
Digital
(Air or
Cable)
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
1080i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎
720p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎 웎
480p 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎 웎
480p 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎 웎
480i 16x9 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes 웎
STROBE
(4pix)
Component
Composite
S-IN
HDMI
480i 4x3 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 웎 Yes
Yes
Yes*1: Auto Aspect OFF
Yes*2: Auto Aspect ON
POP Mode:
4x3
4x3
3
4
1
/
2
5
6

L
i
n
e
s

3
4
1
/
2
5
6

L
i
n
e
s

4x3
4x3
4x3
4x3
1
0
2
4
/
7
6
8

L
i
n
e
s

3
4
1
/
2
5
6

L
i
n
e
s

PIP Mode:
16x9
4x3
16x9
4x3
1
0
2
4
/
7
6
8

L
i
n
e
s

4x3
16x9
3
4
1
/
2
5
6

L
i
n
e
s

4x3
16x9
16x9
16x9
16x9
16x9
1
0
2
4
/
7
6
8

L
i
n
e
s

16x9
16x9
3
4
1
/
2
5
6

L
i
n
e
s

16x9
16x9
SPLIT Mode: STROBE Mode:
4x3 4x3
7
6
8
/
5
7
6

L
i
n
e
s

(
9
3
%
)

4x3
4x3
4x3
4x3
3
4
1
/
2
5
6

L
i
n
e
s

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(1) PIP Key Operation
Normal Viewing
SPLIT
POP
PIP
16x9
PIP
4x3
PIP
Key
PIP
Key
Exit
Key
PIP
Key
(Note)
If PIP Key is pushed from a Normal screen, PIP of Last Mode will be displayed.
A shipment setup of PIP Mode is SPLIT Mode.
POP/PIP Mode cannot display 720p/480p signals. Therefore, it displays by SPLIT Mode.
ሩWhen Last mode is POP/PIP Mode and a Main signal is 1080i, PIP Mode is set to PIP.
ሩWhen Last mode is POP/PIP Mode and a Main signal is 480i/NTSC, PIP Mode is set to PIP.
ሩSURF Mode is not displayed at a V-Chip setup. SPLIT Mode is displayed at this time.
When EXIT Key is pushed, PIP turns off.
When PIP is turns off, PIP Mode of a display turns into Last Mode.
(2) Freeze Operation
Exit
Key
Freeze
Key
Freeze
Key
Freeze
Key
Freeze
Key
STROBE
Sub
Frozen
Main
Moving
Main
Frozen
(3) SWAP Operation
Key
B A
B
PIP OFF
PIP OFF
A
A A
B
B
B
A B
A
࿵ ࿿
Key
࿵ ࿿
Key
࿵ ࿿
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
Sub
Audio
Main
Audio
A B
Sub
Audio
Main
Audio
(Note)
When right and left Key are pushed, the sound of Main and Sub interchanges.
A Channel/Input change can do the screen out of which the sound has come.
When PIP OFF [EXIT Key], the screen where sound is sounding turns into a normal screen.
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(4) Monitor Out
(4-1) Set the Monitor out: Monitor out
B
A
B
A
B
A
B A
Monitor Out
B
Monitor Out
A
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
B
A
B
A
࿵ ࿿
Key
࿵ ࿿
Key
࿵ ࿿
Key
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
Sub
Audio
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
Main
Audio
(Note)
When right and left Key are pushed, the sound of Main and Sub interchanges.
The picture and sound of the selected picture are outputted from Monitor out.
When the selected picture is Component or HDMI signal and audio out is monitor,
monitor out is no picture and no audio.
When the selected picture is Component or HDMI signal and audio out is HiFi out,
monitor out is no picture but audio is output.
When the selected picture is Composite Video signal, S-Video of monitor out is no picture.
When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel, monitor out is no picture and no audio.
Main/Sub Audio Select
Input Mode Monitor Out
S-Video Video L/R HiFi
ANT No Macrovision S-Video YES YES YES YES
(AIR or
Digital
Channel Macrovision S-Video 웎 웎 웎 YES
CABLE) Analog Channel Video 웎 YES YES YES
Input1 HDMI_1 웎 웎 웎 YES
S-Video_1 YES YES YES YES
Video_1 웎 YES YES YES
Input2 HDMI_2 웎 웎 웎 YES
S-Video_2 YES YES YES YES
Video_2 웎 YES YES YES
Input3 YPBPR_3 웎 웎 웎 YES
Video_3 웎 YES YES YES
Input4 YPBPR_4 웎 웎 웎 YES
Video_4 웎 YES YES YES
Input5 HDMI_5 웎 웎 웎 YES
Side YPBPR_5 웎 웎 웎 YES
Video_5 웎 YES YES YES
(4-2) Set the Monitor out: TV out
Monitor Out
D
B
A
B
A
B
A
B A
Monitor Out
C
B
A
B
A
࿵ ࿿
Key
࿵ ࿿
Key
࿵ ࿿
Key
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
Sub
Audio
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
Main
Audio
(Note)
When right and left Key are pushed, the sound of Main and Sub interchanges.
The picture and sound of ANT is outputted from Monitor out.
When ANT is analog channel, S-Video of monitor out is no picture.
When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel, monitor out is no picture and no audio.
Main/Sub Audio Select
Monitor Out: TV out Input Mode
S-Video Video L/R HiFi
ANT
(AIR or
No Macrovision S-Video YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
CABLE)
Digital
Channel
Macrovision S-Video 웎 웎 웎 YES
ANT
Analog Channel Video 웎 YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
Input_1 HDMI_1 YPBPR
S-Video_1
Video_1
Input_2 HDMI_2 YPBPR
S-Video_2
Video_2
Input_3 YPBPR_3
Video_3
Input_4 YPBPR_4
Video_4
Input_5 HDMI_5 YPBPR
Side YPBPR_5
Video_5
YES
ANT
Digital only
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
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(4-3) At the time of reservation videotape recording
࿵ ࿿
Key
Sub
Audio
Key
࿵ ࿿
A B
A
B
A
B
A
B
Main
Audio
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
B
A
B
A
࿵ ࿿
Key
Main
Audio
Sub
Audio
Monitor Out
C
(Note)
At the time of reservation videotape recording, the picture and sound of ANT is outputted from Monitor out.
When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel, monitor out is no picture and no audio.
Main Audio Select
Monitor Out: TV out Input Mode
S-Video Video L/R HiFi
ANT
(AIR or
No Macrovision S-Video YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
CABLE)
Digital
Channel
Macrovision S-Video 웎 웎 웎 YES
ANT
Analog Channel Video 웎 YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
Input_1 HDMI_1 YPBPR
S-Video_1
Video_1
Input_2 HDMI_2 YPBPR
S-Video_2
Video_2
Input_3 YPBPR_3
Video_3
Input_4 YPBPR_4
Video_4
Input_5 HDMI_5 YPBPR
Side YPBPR_5
Video_5
YES
ANT
Digital only
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
YES
ANT
When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel, monitor out is no picture and no audio.
(4) PIP Position Operation
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key Key
Key
(Note)
The Sub screen position of POP Mode moves up and down by the upper and lower sides Key.
A Sub screen position of PIP Mode moves clockwise by the upper and lower sides Key.
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Securing to a table-top
1. Using wood screws (two) fasten the set to the
clamping screw holes on the rear of the Plasma
Display stand as shown below.
2. Using commercially available wood screws, secure
the set firmly in position.
Securing to a Wall
1. Keep the Plasma television 4 inches away from the
wall except when mounted using the wall mount
bracket.
2. Secure the television to the wall as shown in fig. (a)
or (b).
NOTES: 1. Do not block the ventilation holes of
the Plasma Display monitor. Blocking
the ventilation holes might cause fire
or defect.
2. In case of an abnormal symptom,
unplug the AC cord.
3. If you purchased the wall mount
bracket option, please ask for
professional installer. Do not install
by yourself.
4. If the Power Swivel feature will not be
used, the Plasma television should be
secured to the wall as shown in
fig. (a).
5. If the Power Swivel feature will be
used, the Plasma television should be
secured to the wall as shown in
fig. (b). The wires need to be long
enough to allow the television to turn
30˚ to the left and right.
Caution when moving the main unit
As this product is heavy, whenever it is moved, two
people are required to transport it safely. Whenever the
unit is moved it should be lifted forward using the top
and base on both sides of the Display Monitor for
stability. When moving the Display Monitor, lift the
handles and the bottom frame as shown below. Do not
grab the speakers or the back cover when lifting.
ANTENNA
Unless your Plasma Television is connected to a cable
TV system or to a centralized antenna system, a good
outdoor color TV antenna is recommended for best
performance. However, if you are located in an
exceptionally good signal area that is free from
interference and multiple image ghosts,
an indoor antenna may be sufficient.
LOCATION
Select an area where sunlight or bright indoor
illumination will not fall directly on the picture screen.
Also, be sure that the location selected allows a free
flow of air to and from the perforated back cover of the
set. In order to prevent an internal temperature
increase, maintain a space of 10 cm (4 inches) from the
sides/back of the monitor, and 30 cm (12 inches) from
the top of the television to the wall. To avoid cabinet
warping, cabinet color changes, and increased chance
of set failure, do not place the TV where temperatures
can become excessively hot, for example, in direct
sunlight or near a heating appliance, etc.
CONNECT POWER SWIVEL CABLE
Connect one end of cable (Arrow mark facing left) to
the swivel slot of the Plasma Rear Panel. Connect the
other end (Arrow mark facing front)to the swivel slot of
the Table Top Stand.
TURNING RADIUS
The maximum turning radius is 30˚ (left and right). Do
not place any objects on the path of the monitor when
using the power swivel feature.
To take measures to prevent the Plasma Display from tipping over and prevent possible injury it
is important to mount the unit in a stable and flat surface.
How To Set Up Your New Hitachi Plasma Television
30 cm (12 inches)
10 cm (4 inches)
10 cm (4 inches)
11.8in
(30cm)
11.8in
(30cm)
10cm (4 inches)
or more
30cm (11.8 inches)
or more
(a) Power Swivel
NOT USED
(b) Power Swivel
USED
Wood screw
two places
Wire
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A B
4 in. 12 in.
10 cm 30 cm
4 in. 16 in.
10 cm 39 cm
42"
55"
C D
12 in. 12 in.
30 cm 30 cm
15.26 in. 16.46 in.
38.77 cm 41.8 cm
42"
55"
C
D
55”
HOW TO SET UP YOUR NEW HITACHI PLASMA TELEVISION
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VIEWING
The best picture is seen by sitting directly in front of
the TV and about 10 to 18 feet from the screen.
During daylight hours, reflections from outside light
may appear on the screen. If so, drapes or screens
can be used to reduce the reflection or the TV can
be located in a different section of the room.
If the TV’s audio output will be connected to a Hi-Fi
system’s external speakers, the best audio
performance will be obtained by placing the
speakers equidistant from each side of the receiver
cabinet and as close as possible to the height of
the picture screen center. For best stereo
separation, place the external speakers at least
four feet from the side of the TV, place the surround
speakers to the side or behind the viewing area.
Differences in room sizes and acoustical
environments will require some experimentation
with speaker placement for best performance.
ANTENNA CONNECTIONS TO REAR JACK
PANEL
VHF (75-Ohm) antenna/CATV (Cable TV)
When using a 75-Ohm coaxial cable system, connect CATV coaxial cable to the AIR/CABLE (75-Ohm) terminal. Or if you
have an antenna, connect the coaxial cable to the same AIR/CABLE terminal.
VHF (300-Ohm) antenna/UHF antenna
When using a 300-Ohm twin lead from an outdoor
antenna, connect the VHF or UHF antenna leads to
screws of the VHF or UHF adapter. Plug the adapter
into the antenna terminal on the TV.
When both VHF and UHF antennas are
connected
Attach an optional antenna cable mixer to the TV
antenna terminal, and connect the cables to the
antenna mixer. Consult your dealer or service store for
the antenna mixer.
80
80
4" Minimum
4" Minimum
BEST
HORIZONTAL
VIEWING ANGLE
5' 10' 15' 20'
S
S
R
L
BEST
VERTICAL VIEWING
ANGLE 20
3’
0’ 5’ 10’ 15’ 20’
To CATV cable
To outdoor antenna
To outdoor VHF
or UHF antenna
To outdoor antenna
or CATV system
To UHF
antenna
Antenna Mixer
AIR / CABLE
AIR / CABLE
AIR / CABLE
or
NOTE: Connecting a 300-Ohm twin lead connector may cause interference. Using a 75-Ohm coaxial
cable is recommended.
300-Ohm Twin Lead Connector
This outdoor antenna cable must be connected to an
antenna adapter (300-Ohm to 75-Ohm).
Phono Connector
Used on all standard video and audio cables which
connect to inputs and outputs located on the
television’s rear jack panel and front control panel.
“F” Type 75-Ohm Coaxial Antenna Connector
For connecting RF signals (antenna or cable TV) to the
antenna jack on the television.
S-Video (Super Video) Connector
This connector is used on camcorders, VCRs and laser-
disc players with an S-Video feature in place of the
standard video cable to produce a high quality picture.
Optical Cable
This cable is used to connect to an audio amplifier with
an Optical Audio In jack. Use this cable for the best
sound quality.
HDMI Cable
This cable is used to connect your external devices
such as Set-Top-Boxes or DVD players equipped with
an HDMI output connection to the TV’s HDMI input.
Stereo Cable (3.8mm plug to 3.5mm plug)
Used on all standard video and audio cable which
connect to inputs and outputs located on the rear jack
panel and front control panel.
USB Cable (HDT & HDX only)
This cable is used to connect your digital camera to the
Photo Input in the side of the Plasma television.
IR Mouse Cable (Provided) (HDT & HDX only)
Connect the IR Mouse to the IR output of your Plasma
Television when A/V Network is used. You must place
the IR mouse in front of the corresponding IR window
of your cable box and VCR. This connection allows
your TV to control your cable box and VCR.
Power Swivel Cable (Provided) (HDT & HDX only)
This cable is used to connect the swivel stand to the
rear panel of the Plasma Television.
Hook-up Cables and Connectors
Most video/audio connections between components can be made with shielded video and audio cables that have
phono connectors. For best performance, video cables should use 75-Ohm coaxial shielded wire. Cables can be
purchased from most stores that sell audio/video products. Below are illustrations and names of common
connectors. Before purchasing any cables, be sure of the output and input connector types required by the
various components and the length of each cable.
AUDIO OUT
3.8mm
STEREO
MINI-PLUG
2
RCA TYPE
PLUGS
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QUICK REFERENCE REMOTE CONTROL
In addition to controlling all of the functions on your HITACHI Plasma TV, the remote control is designed to operate different types of
devices, such as, DVD Players, Cable Boxes (CBL), set-top-boxes, satellite receivers, PVRs/VCRs and audio devices. The remote
control must be programmed to control the chosen device. Refer to Instruction Book for detailed programming instructions.
LEGEND
TV - Television
DVD - Digital Video Disc Player
CBL - Cable Box
STB - Set-Top-Box/Satellite Receiver
PVR - Personal Video Recorder
VCR - Video Cassette Recorder/Player
AMP/CD - Amplifier/Compact Disc
Player, Audio Devices
NOTES: 1. VCR precode is included in the PVR mode.
2. CD precode is included in the AMP mode.
3. Pressing any buttons will illuminate the backlight for 4 seconds while in
Automatic mode (Default).
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TM
POWER BUTTON
(TV, DVD, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR, AMP/CD)
Turns the selected device on and off.
SOURCE ACCESS BUTTONS
(TV, DVD, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR, AMP/CD)
Changes the mode of the Universal Remote
Control to control the device selected.
DVD/VCR CONTROL BUTTONS
(DVD, PVR/VCR, AMP/CD)
Controls the functions of your VCR, DVD
and audio devices.
DAY/NIGHT
(TV)
Toggles picture mode settings between
DAY and NIGHT mode.
ASPECT BUTTON
(TV)
Changes the aspect ratio of the TV.
PIP CONTROL BUTTONS
(TV)
Press to show and change the Picture-in-Picture mode.
MENU BUTTON
(TV, DVD, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR)
Accesses the OSD menu system.
(-) BUTTON
(TV,STB)
The (-) button is used when the remote is in
Set-Top-Box (STB) mode or when the TV uses
a digital input.
NUMERIC BUTTONS
(TV, DVD, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR, AMP/CD)
Used to manually enter the TV channel, and used
for numeric entry when navigating through the OSD,
INPUTS, and AV NET menu systems.
GUIDE BUTTON
(TV, STB, CBL, PVR)
Accesses the TV Guide On Screen system (see page 54)
of the TV or the program guide of other devices.
EXIT BUTTON
(TV, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR)
Exits out of the OSD, INPUTS or AV NET menu
systems if their menu is displayed.
LAST CHANNEL BUTTON
(TV, CBL, STB, PVR)
Switches between the current and last channel viewed.
LIGHT BUTTON
(TV, CBL, STB, PVR)
Press to use the back light feature. Can
also be used to change backlight mode.
INFO BUTTON
(TV, STB, CBL, PVR)
Displays various information on the screen,
such as channel information.
CHANNEL WHEEL
(TV, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR, AMP/CD)
Scroll up or down to change channel. Push down on
the wheel to access (FAV) Favorite Channel mode.
(Favorite channel is only available for TV mode.)
CURSOR PAD/SELECT BUTTON
(TV, DVD, CBL, STB, PVR/VCR)
The Cursor Pad is used as a cursor to navigate
through the OSD and INPUT menu systems.
The Select button is used to Select/Activate
highlighted menu items.
VOLUME WHEEL
(TV, AMP/CD)
Scroll up and down to adjust the audio level of your
TV. Push down on the wheel to mute.
PAUSE BUTTON
(TV,PVR/VCR, DVD, AMP/CD)
Press to show and change the Freeze mode of the TV.
Also used to pause other devices when the remote is in
DVD, PVR/VCR, or AMP/CD mode.
INPUTS BUTTON
(TV, AMP)
Accesses the INPUTS menu system.
MODE INDICATOR
Turns on or blinks to show remote control
mode when the SOURCE ACCESS buttons
are pressed.
CURSOR UP & DOWN /CH + & CH - BUTTON
(TV, CBL, STB, VCR)
The CH+ or CH- is used to change channels up or down.
The Cursor UP or DOWN to navigate through the OSD
and INPUT menu systems.
55HDT79 and 55HDX99 Models Only
QUICK REFERENCE REMOTE CONTROL
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POWER BUTTON
(TV, CBL, VCR, DVD, SAT)
Turns the selected device on
and off.
INPUTS BUTTON (TV)
Accesses the INPUTS menu
system.
ASPECT BUTTON (TV)
Changes the aspect ratio while
watching TV.
MENU BUTTON
(CBL, DVD, SAT, TV)
Accesses the OSD menu
system.
CURSOR/SELECT BUTTONS
(TV, DVD, CBL, SAT)
The CURSOR buttons are used
to navigate the cursor through
the OSD and INPUTS menu
systems, and the SELECT
button is used to
Select/Activate the highlighted
menu item.
VOLUME BUTTONS (TV)
Adjusts the audio level of your
TV.
MUTE BUTTON (TV)
Reduces the audio level to 50%
if pressed once, and to
complete mute if pressed twice.
Press it a third time to restore
audio level.
NUMERIC BUTTONS
(TV, DVD, CBL, SAT, VCR)
Used to manually enter the TV
channel, and used for numeric
entry when navigating through
the OSD menu system.
(-) BUTTON (TV, SAT)
The (-) button is used when the
remote is in Set-Top-Box (STB)
mode or when the TV uses a
digital input.
RECORD BUTTON (VCR)
Press twice (2 times) to record
programs.
SOURCE ACCESS BUTTONS
(TV, DVD, VCR, CBL, SAT)
Changes the mode of the
Universal Remote Control to
control the device selected.
DAY/NIGHT BUTTON (TV)
Select picture mode settings
between DAY and NIGHT mode.
PIP BUTTON (TV)
Press to show and change the
Picture-in-Picture mode.
EXIT BUTTON
(TV, CBL, SAT)
Exits out of the OSD or INPUTS
menu systems if their menu is
displayed.
FAVORITE CHANNEL
(FAV CH) button (TV)
Press to enter/access Favorite
Channel (FAV) mode.
GUIDE BUTTON
(SAT, CBL)
Accesses the program guide of
other devices.
INFO BUTTON
(TV, CBL, SAT)
Displays various information on
the screen.
CHANNEL BUTTONS
(TV, CBL, SAT, VCR)
Changes the channel.
LAST CHANNEL (LC) BUTTON
(TV, CBL, SAT)
Switches between the current
and last channel viewed.
DVD/VCR CONTROL
BUTTONS (DVD, VCR)
Controls the precode functions
of your VCR and DVD.
PAUSE BUTTON
(TV, VCR, DVD)
Press to show and change the
Freeze mode of the TV or pause
other devices.
In addition to controlling all of the functions on your HITACHI Plasma TV, the new remote control is
designed to operate different types of devices, such as, DVD Players, CBL (Cable Boxes), set-top-boxes, satellite
receivers, and VCRs. The remote control must be programmed to control the chosen device. Please see pages of
the OWNERS GUIDE for a complete description of all features and programming of the Remote Control.
LEGEND
TV —Television VCR —Video Cassette Recorder/Player
CBL —Cable Box DVD —Digital Video Disc Player
SAT —Satellite Receiver
NOTES: 1. The TV’s remote control sensor is located on the right bottom portion of the TV screen. To
control TV functions, please point the remote control directly at the remote control sensor for
best results.
55HDS69 Model Only
Front/Rear/Side Panel Controls
Firmly bind the cables.
Thread the square
hole with the band.
Hook the band
to the claw.
REAR/SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
P
B
P
R











The Main Power
button is located on
the broadside
bottom, under the
label “MAIN
POWER”.
ቢ SIDE POWER button
Press this button to turn the Plasma Television
ON/OFF. It can also be turned ON/OFF by remote
control. The “MAIN POWER” button must be at
stand-by mode.
ባ MENU/SELECT button
This button allows you to enter the MENU, making
it possible to set TV features to your preference
without using the remote. This button also serves
as the SELECT button when in MENU mode.
ቤ SIDE HDMI INPUT (5)
Use the side HDMI input for extrenal devices such
as Set-Top-Boxes or DVD players equipped with an
HDMI output connection (see page 16 for reference).
ብ INPUT/EXIT button
Press this button to access the INPUT menu.
Press again to exit the MENU mode.
ቦ CHANNEL selector
Press these buttons until the desired channel
appears in the top right corner of the TV screen.
These buttons also serve as the cursor down (̄)
and up (̆) buttons when in MENU mode.
ቧ VOLUME level
Press these buttons to adjust the sound level. The
volume level will be displayed on the TV screen.
These buttons also serve as the cursor left (̇) and
right (̈) buttons when in MENU mode.
NOTE: The Rear View of the 55” model is slightly
different from the 42” models. One of the
differences are the handles that are only
present on the 42” models.
ቨ POWER button
Television MAIN POWER button
This power button is for the complete system, and
must be turned ON/OFF manually. It is
recommended to leave the “MAIN POWER” to ON
condition (lights red) for stand-by mode.
NOTE: When the “MAIN POWER” button is set to
OFF or the TV is unplugged, the clock will
stop and may eventually reset itself.
55HDT79 & 55HDX99
Models Only
55HDS69
Model Only

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ቪ REMOTE CONTROL sensor
Point your remote at this area when selecting
channels, adjusting volume, etc.
ቪ LEARNING AV NET sensor
Point your equipment’s remote control at this area
while using the AV NET Learning Wizard.
ቫ SIDE INPUT JACKS (for INPUT: 5)
INPUT 5 provide Y-PBPR jacks for
connecting equipment with this capability, such as
a DVD player or Set Top Box. You may use
composite video signal for both inputs.
Front/Rear/Side Panel Controls
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ቩ POWER light indicator
To turn the TV ON, press the main power
switch located on the lower right side of the
TV. A red stand-by indicator lamp located on
the lower right corner of the front bezel will
illuminate. The Plasma TV is now ready for
remote ON/OFF operation.
Indicating Lamp Power Status Operating
When the main power switch is set to Of. OFF.
When the main power switch on the TV
(Stand-by) is ON.
Blinking
Blue
n O
TV MAIN POWER is ON with no signal input
(Power Saving) except antenna (no sync. signal).
Lamp 1 Lamp 2
Lamp 1 Lamp 2
Off Off
Lights
Red
Off
OFF.
Lights
Blue
Off
Off
(Turning ON )
OFF.
TV MAIN POWER is ON ; but no picture is shown.
TV MAIN POWER is ON ; picture is shown.
Lights
Orange
Off
Off
NOTES: 1. Your HITACHI Plasma TV will appear to be turned OFF (lights orange) if there is no video input
when INPUT : 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Check the Power Light to make sure the TV is turned off or
in Stand-by mode (lights red) when not in use.
2. Remote Control can not turn ON/OFF the “MAIN POWER” of the TV.
Your component outputs may be labeled
Y, B-Y, and R-Y. In this case, connect the
components B-Y output to the TV’s PB
input and the components R-Y output to
the TV’s PR input.
Your component outputs may be labeled
Y-CBCR. In this case, connect the component
CB output to the TV’s PB input and the
component CR output to the TV’s PR input.
It may be necessary to adjust TINT to
obtain optimum picture quality when using
the Y-PBPR inputs (see page 37).
INPUT 3, INPUT 4 and INPUT 5 (Y/VIDEO) can
be used for composite video and component
video input.
NOTE: 1.
2.
3.
4.

PHOTO INPUT
Insert USB cable from your Digital Camera, USB
memory or memory card USB drive to view your
digital still pictures (see Owners Guide).
(Only HDT & HDX models)
(Only HDT & HDX models)
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
ቢ Antenna Input
The remote control allows you to switch between
two separate 75-Ohm RF antenna inputs, CABLE
and AIR. CABLE input can be displayed as a main
picture or sub-picture. AIR can only be displayed
as a main picture (AIR cannot be displayed as a
sub-picture).
ባ Audio/Video Inputs 1, 2, 3 and 4
By using the INPUTS button, the CURSOR PAD (̆
and ̄), and the SELECT button or CURSOR PAD
̈ of the remote control, you can select each video
source. Use the audio and video inputs to connect
external devices, such as VCRs, camcorders,
laserdisc players, DVD players etc. (if you have
mono sound, insert the audio cable into the left
audio jack).
ቤ MONITOR OUT & HI-FI AUDIO OUT
These jacks provide fixed and variable audio and
video signals (CABLE/AIR, INPUT 1, 2 and 5)
which are used for recording. Use the S-VIDEO
Output for high quality video output. Component
signal to Input 1 and 2, and HDMI inputs will not
have monitor output.
ብ Optical Out (Digital Audio)
This jack provides Digital Audio Output for your
audio device that is Dolby
®
Digital and PCM
compatible, such as an audio amplifier.
NOTE: *Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
ቦ S-VIDEO Inputs 1 and 2
Inputs 1 and 2 provide S-VIDEO (Super Video)
jacks for connecting equipment with S-VIDEO
output capability.
NOTE: 1. You may use VIDEO or S-VIDEO inputs to
connect to INPUT 1 and 2, but only one of
these inputs may be used at a time.
2. S-VIDEO output may be used for
recording, only when the input is of S-
VIDEO type.
ቧ HDMI1&2 (High Definition Multimedia
Interface) (INPUT 1&2)
ABOUT HDMI – HDMI is the
next-generation all digital interface for consumer
electronics. HDMI enables the secure distribution
of uncompressed high-definition video and multi-
channel audio in a single cable. Because digital
television (DTV) signals remain in digital format,
HDMI assures that pristine high-definition images
retain the highest video quality from the source all
the way to your television screen.
Use the HDMI input for your external devices such
as Set-Top-Boxes or DVD players equipped with an
HDMI output connection.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
NOTE: 1. The HDMI input is not intended for use
with personal computers.
2. Only DTV formats such as 1080I, 720P, 480I
and 480P are available for HDMI input.
ቨ Component: Y-PBPR Inputs
INPUTS 3 and 4 provide Y-PBPR jacks for
connecting equipment with this capability, such as
a DVD player or Set Top Box. You may use
composite video signal for both inputs.
NOTE: 1. Do not connect composite VIDEO and
S-VIDEO to INPUT 1 or 2 at the same
time. S-VIDEO has priority over VIDEO input.
2. Your component outputs may be labeled
Y, B-Y, and R-Y. In this case, connect the
components B-Y output to the TV’s PB
input and the components R-Y output to
the TV’s PR input.
3. Your component outputs may be labeled
Y-CBCR. In this case, connect the component
CB output to the TV’s PB input and the
component CR output to the TV’s PR input.
4. It may be necessary to adjust TINT to
obtain optimum picture quality when using
the Y-PBPR inputs (see page Owners Guide).
5. To ensure no copyright infringement, the
MONITOR OUT output will be abnormal,
when using the Y-PBPR jacks and HDMI
Input.
6. INPUT 3 , 4 and 5 (Y/VIDEO) can be
used for composite video and component
video input.
ቩ IR Blaster
This jack provides IR output to your external components
(VCR, Cable box, DVD player, etc.). With this connection,
your external components can automatically be controlled
by the A/V network feature. This connection will allow you
to control the external components with your Plasma
Television’s remote control in TV mode.
(Only HDT & HDX models)
ቪ For Service Use Only
Do not connect anything to this terminal.
Specifically for Service use only.



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FRONT/REAR/SIDE PANEL CONNECTIONS
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ቭ Upgrade Card
This card slot is for future software upgrades.
Hitachi will notify you if a software upgrade is
required for your TV. In order to receive written
notification, please complete and return your
warranty card.
ቮ To Power Swivel Connector
Connects to the Power Swivel Table Top Stand.
ቯ CableCARD Slot
This slot is for the CableCARD that will be provided
by your local cable operator to gain access to
chosen cable channels. The CableCARD will allow
you to tune digital and high definition cable
channels. Please call your local cable operator if
this service is available before requesting a
CableCARD (also known as Point of Deployment
(POD) module).
1. Connect a coaxial cable to cable terminal of
the Rear Panel Jacks.
2. Insert the CableCARD into the slot (Top of card
should be facing towards you as shown
below).
ቫ IEEE1394 (DV INPUT)
These jacks provide a digital interface for your
external digital devices, such as a Digital VCR (D-
VHS), Set-Top-Box or Digital Camcorder by means
of a single cable (see page 19). When using
IEEE1394 connections, you enable video and audio
digital data exchange between a compatible
device. This connection also enables you to
control basic equipment functions (such as VCR
play, rewind, fast forward, stop, etc.) from your TV
On-Screen Display.(Only HDT & HDX models)
Digital Cable
INSERT INSERT
NOTE: 1. A digital cable subscription is required.
2. Do not insert a PCMCIA card into the
CableCARD slot.
If the CableCARD is properly installed or removed, the
TV will display the following respective screens.
After the CableCARD is installed, wait until the second
screen below appears. The third screen below will
appear if a channel is not authorized for viewing. Press
the EXIT button to exit the second screen.
Please take note of all information on the screen (you
will provide this information to your cable operator).
Call your cable operator and give them the information
from the card to start your cable service.
OR
CableCARD is not installed
CableCARD is installed
Not an Authorized Channel
In order to start cable service
for this device, please contact
your cable provider
CableCARD(tm): 123-456-789-1
Host: 123-456-789-1
Data: 123-456-789-1
Unit Address: 123-456-789-1
Press EXIT to return
OR
Acquiring Data.
Please wait.
(Only HDT & HDX models)
Connecting External Video Sources
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The LEFT SIDE panel jacks are provided as a convenience to allow you to easily connect a camcorder , DVD, Video
Game or VCR as shown in the following examples:
NOTE: 1. Completely insert connection cord plugs when connecting to left side panel jacks. If you do not, the
played back picture may be abnormal.

l e n a P e d i S t f e L
R
AUDIO
L/MONO
Y / VIDEO
INPUT 5
specifications.
Note : Special device cables will be
according to the own device
Video Game
OUTPUT
P
B /CB PR/CR R L
PR PB
Y
Video Camera
COMPONENT
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DVD , Set Top Box,
Video Game Console.
l e n a P e d i S t f e L
R
AUDIO
L/MONO
Y / VIDEO
INPUT 5
OUTPUT
R L
PR PB
V
Connecting External Video Sources
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The RIGHT SIDE panel jacks are provided as a convenience to allow you to easily connect HDMI or DVI signals
from a DVD, Set Top Box , Video Game as shown in the following examples (When connecting DVI signal it will
NOTE: 1. Completely insert connection cord plugs when connecting to side panel jacks. If you do not, the
played back picture may be abnormal.
The exact arrangement you use to connect the VCR, camcorder, laserdisc player, DVD player, or HDTV Set
Top Box to your Plasma TV is dependent on the model and features of each component. Check the
owner’s manual of each component for the location of video and audio inputs and outputs.
The following connection diagrams are offered as suggestions. However, you may need to modify them to
accommodate your particular assortment of components and features. For best performance, video and
audio cables should be made from coaxial shielded wire.
Before Operating External Video Source
Connect an external source to one of the INPUT terminals, then press the INPUTS button to show the
INPUTS menu. Use the CURSOR PAD (̆ and ̄) to select the Antenna or Input of your choice. Then press
the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD̈ to confirm your choice (see page 26).
R
AUDIO
L/MONO
Y / VIDEO
INPUT 5
OUTPUT
R L
PR PB
DIGITAL OUTPUT
DVI to HDMI
Cable
Back of
HDTV Set-Top-Box or
DVD Player
HDMI DIGITAL
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DVD , Set Top Box,
Video Game Console.
INPUTS
Input 4
Input 5
Cable Air /
Input 1
Move SEL Sel.
Input 2
Right Side Panel Right Side Panel Left Side Panel
DVI DIGITAL
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DVD , Set Top Box,
Video Game Console.
need to connect the audio output into the Left Side Input jacks) :
A) Connecting HDMI signal.
B) Connecting DVI signal.
specifications.
Note : Special device cables will be
according to the own device
CONNECTING EXTERNAL VIDEO SOURCES
p
y
(PROVIDED)
(PROVIDED)
CONNECT T
IR BLASTER
CONNECT TO
IR BLASTER
NOTE: Cables are optional, except when specified.
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VCR #1
Cable TV coaxial cable
2-Way signal splitter
Outside
Antenna
ANT
IN
OUTPUT
S-VIDEOV L R
DIGITAL
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DIGITAL OUTPUT
Laserdisc player, VCR,
camcorder, etc.
OUTPUT
Y PB PR L R
HDTV Set-Top Box DVD Player
DVI
to
HDMI
AUDIO OUT
OUTPUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR L R
VCR #2
V L R
OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
V L R
INPUT
S-VIDEO
Optional
Optional
HDMI DIGITAL
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
HDMI OUTPUT
HDMI
to
HDMI
DVHS
DV or 1394
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DV or 1394 OUTPUT
TIPS ON REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
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• S-VIDEO, Y-P
B
P
R
, or HDMI connections are provided for high performance laserdisc players, VCRs etc. that
have this feature. Use these connections in place of the standard video connection if your device has this
feature.
• If your device has only one audio output (mono sound), connect it to the left audio jack on (L/(MONO)) the
Rear Panel.
• Refer to the operating guide of your other electronic equipment for additional information on connecting
your hook-up cables.
• A single VCR can be used for VCR #1 and VCR #2, but note that a VCR cannot record its own video or line
output (INPUT: 1 in the example on page 14). Refer to your VCR operating guide for more information on
line input-output connections.
• Connect only 1 component (VCR, DVD player, camcorder, etc.) to each input jack.
• COMPONENT: Y-P
B
P
R
(Input 3, 4 & 5) connections are provided for high performance components, such as
DVD players and set-top-boxes. Use these connections in place of the standard video connection if your
device has this feature.
• Your component outputs may be labeled Y, B-Y, and R-Y. In this case, connect the components B-Y
output to the TV’s P
B
input and the components R-Y output to the TV’s P
R
input.
• Your component outputs may be labeled Y-C
B
C
R
. In this case, connect the components C
B
output to the
TV’s P
B
input and the components C
R
output to the TV’s P
R
input.
• It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-P
B
P
R
inputs. (See
page 37)
• To ensure no copyright infringement, the MONITOR OUT output will be abnormal, when using the Y-P
B
P
R
, and
HDMI input jacks.
• Input 1 , 2 or 5 can accept HDMI signal.
• S-VIDEO monitor output may be used for recording only when the input is of S-VIDEO type.
• When using a HDMI input from a Set-Top-Box, it is recommended to use a 1080i or 720p input signal.
INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATION:
1. Video signals fed through a VCR may be affected by copyright protection systems and the picture will be
distorted on the television.
2. Connecting the television directly to the Audio /Video output of a Set-Top-Box will assure a more normal
picture.
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A buzzing sound might be heard when the plasma display monitor is turned on in a very quiet
room. This is due to the plasma panel drive circuit when it is functioning. This arching sound
is normal and it is not a malfunction.
Some infrared rays are emitted from the plasma display monitor’s panel that might affect other
infrared controlling equipment.
High-precision technology is used to manufacture the plasma display panel; But in some
cases, there are minor defects in some parts of the screen. Points that do not light, points
with brightness different from that of the periphery, points with color different from that of the
periphery, etc. Some pixels will always be on or always off. Please note that this is not a
malfunction.
When receving still picture signals, (e.g. channel number indication or clock indication) for a
while, you can see image-like when the picture varied. This is not a defect.
The plasma display panel is lighting the phosphors by the discharge of internal radiation. In
some cases, this may cause the temperature of the panel surface to increase. Please note
that this is not a malfunction. The Plasma TV surface temperature is higher than a
Cathode-ray-tube.
The plasma panel is made from glass. Heavy shock on the front panel might damage it.
When the PDP monitor is transported horizontally, the glass panel has the possibility of being
broken or increasing the picture defects. At the time of transportation, horizontal style is
prohibited. More-over, please treat the plasma panel with great care because of a precision
apparatus. Please instruct transporters so that it should be put into the packing box at the time
of shipment.(There is a possibility that breakage of the panel or defects will increase.)
Rough transportation might cause damage to the panel and pixel failure.
The plasma monitor illuminates phosphor to display images. The phosphor has a finite
illumination life. After extended periods of illumination, the brightness of the phosphor will be
degraded to such extent that stationary images would burn-in that part of the screen as
grayed-out images.
Tips to prevent such image retention are:
- Do not display images having sharp brightness differences or hi-contrast images, such as
monochrome characters and graphic patterns, for long.
- Do not leave stationary images appearing for long, but try to refresh them at appropriate
intervals of time, or try to move them using screen saver function.
- Turn down the contrast and brightness controls.
PDP television has luminosity and low contrast compared with CRT television.
When a screen is seen at point-blank range, a random fine grain may be visible to a dark part.
If an apparatus (VCR, etc.) antenna line is arranged near the monitor, the image may shake,
or disturbance may be received.
There is some time lag betweeen the picture and the sound. You can see lip motion that is
delayed compared to the sound.
Electric discharge/luminescence characteristic of the PDP panel also changes with peripheral
temperature. Moreover, since there is also high power consumption value, a specified
temperature environment is required.
Storing the plasma television for a period of more than 2 to 3 months without use might cause
an unstable picture when the set is turned on.
Operating altitude: 800 to 1114hPa (6194ft to -2484ft). Operating temperature: 41˚F to 95˚F.
Storage Altitude: 300 to 1114hPa (31,912 to -2484ft). Storage temperature: 5˚F to 140˚F.
Frequent use of the Power ON or OFF might trigger the power protection circuit. If the TV
does not turn ON, please wait a little before turning ON again.
1 Arching sound from
plasma display monitor’s
panel.
2 Interference for infrared
equipment.
3 Bright and dark spots
4 Picture Image (Spectrum)
5 Display panel surface
temperature is too high
6 Plasma Surface
7 Transportation
8 Image retention
9 Luminosity and contrast
10 Granular spots
11 Disturbance to video
apparatus
12 Lip Sync
13 About the use
environment of PDP
television (temperature)
14 Caution on prolonged
storage
15 Operating
16 Storage
17 Power ON or OFF
No. Items Notes
IMPORTANT NOTES
BASIC OPERATION
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ADJUSTMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Adjustment procedure start up....................................................................................................39
1.1 How to get into adjustment mode................................................................................39
1.2 Changing data and selecting adjustment code............................................................39
2 Memory initialize ........................................................................................................................39
2.1 Memory initialize operation..........................................................................................39
2.2 Factory and service adjustments ................................................................................40
3 Video Adjustment .......................................................................................................................40
3.1 Sub-Contrast & Clamp Adjustment ........................................................................................40
3.2 Brightness Check .........................................................................................................40
4 POWER SUPPLY Vs, Va Voltage Adjustment....................................................................................41
5 White balance adjustment ..........................................................................................................42
5.1 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (High) ..........................................................................42
5.2 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (Medium)..........................................................42
5.3 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (Standard) ........................................................43
5.4 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (Black and White) ............................................43
5.5 White Balance Adjustment OSD Flowchart Diagram ..................................................... 44
6 DIGITAL MAIN CHECK ............................................................................................................43
7 Screen Check ............................................................................................................................46
8 HDMI Adjustment ..................................................................................................................... 46
9 Settings for Delivery .................................................................................................................47
TO GO TO A SECTION, CLICK ON ITS HEADING BELOW
TABLE OF CONTENTS
10 OSD Design Select .................................................................................................................. 50
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1 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE START-UP
The 55HDT79, 55HDS69 and 55HDX99 PDP TV sets
pass through adjustment procedures during the assembly
process. These adjustments must be done to assure the
best performance of the PDP set for the consumer.
Also, after servicing, these same adjustments must be
done. The adjustments are all made through the I
2
C bus
by changing data in the Adjustment mode menu.
Table 2 on pages 38-46 shows the complete parameter
list with a brief description, signal format, the adjustment
range and the initial data.
1.1 HOW TO GET TO ADJUSTMENT MODE
Chassis adjustment mode can be access by pressing
the R/C keys MENU + MENU + 8 + SELECT to enter
adjustment mode. For some parameters the only way
to see them is by selecting the parameter number than
pressed SELECT in order to see it; then DATA can be
change if other parameter needs to change then press
key then repeat the same procedure.
Other way to access this mode is by use JIG R/C code: (9C Hex).
To escape from Adjustment Mode press “INPUT” key on Side
panel or EXIT key of R/C to exit service adjustment mode.
1.2 CHANGING DATA AND SELECTING ADJUSTMENT
CODE
When the PDP set is in adjustment mode, the cursor ̇, ̈,
̆, ̄ and MENU keys of the remote control or front panel
may be used as the adjustment keys.
A. Use any Hitachi remote control when making an
adjustment.
̆, ̄ keys are used for selecting adjustment item.
̇, ̈ keys are used for changing data values.
MENU key is used to advance through the adjustment
mode menus and pages.
Remote Control Buttons
Change
Selection (Up)
Increase
Data Value
Change
Selection (Down)
Increase
Data Value
ADJUST MODE
FACT RESET
MEMORY INIT
RGB
WHITE BAL HIGH
WHITE BAL MED
WHITE BAL STD
WHITE BAL B/W
̄
B. To make a selection, use the NUMBER pad on the PDP
R/C ; example : select DEVICE press 69 then SELECT
the DATA shown is "EB" ; if this DATA needs to be change
press the keys to modify, when finish press SELECT
key to store the new DATA value.
normal condition.
C. After finishing the necessary adjustment press the R/C
EXIT key or EXIT key on the side panel.
Adjustment mode is released and PDP set returns to
normal condition.
̇, ̈,
2 MEMORY INITIALIZE
2.1 MEMORY INITIALIZE OPERATION
NOTE: The execution of this function returns the
adjustment codes to the preset values, therefore,
adjustment data will be lost.
Procedure
(1) Enter Adjustment mode by the method described in
sub-items 1.1 and 1.2 from item 1 (“Adjustment
procedure start up”).
(2) Get to the second page of Adjust Mode by pressing
remote control “Menu” key once, or with either the
R/C or front panel ̆, ̄ cursor keys several times.
(3) Select MEMORY INIT adjust code.
(4) Activate MEMORY INIT by pressing ̈ cursor key for
more than 3 seconds.
(5) Check the following process for initialization opera-
tion.
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3.12 525i Cb,Cr Clamp offset adjustment
Preparation
(1) Change signal format from 525(480)p to 525(480)i.
Adjustment
(1) Select ‘RGB’ of Service Adj. Menu.
Press ̈ for over 2 seconds and have it perform
automatic adjustment. When it’s completed, ‘Auto
Adjusting’ on the screen will be disappeared.
3.2 BRIGHTNESS CHECK
Preparation
(1) Start checking 20 minutes or more after the power is
turned ON.
(2) Receive the color bar signal.
(3) The vertical incident illumination on the screen
should be 20 lux or less.
(4) Picture Format is 16:9 standard mode.
(5) Select Day mode and reset.
Checking Procedure
(1) Check the brightness as below.
Note: If set black level is NG, readjust item Sub
Contrast adj.
Measuring Conditions
(1) At the signal electric field strength 75± dBm, the
specification mentioned above should be satisfied.
(2) At the input electric field 46-106dB , there should be
no abnormality.
* From color bar pattern below.
DW-2
Can be seen at black A1*
Can be seen slightly from black A2*
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1
White 100%
7 step gray scale
A4 has tolerance.
A4 can be between black and
Slightly from black.
Color Bar Signal
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(8) When PDP turns ON , it will tune CH03 this is the
complete operation of Memory Initialize process.
·Process of Memory Initialize operation.
A screen is be colored cyan when MEMORY INIT
start.
A screen is be colored green when MEMORY INIT
finish normally.
A screen is be colored redwhen MEMORY INIT
finish abnormally.
(6) Do not unplug from AC outlet until this operation
is complete and do not perform any key operation
either, after this operation each factory setting and
all adjust mode data should reset to delivery settings
automatically.
(7) After Memory Initialize, it should be unplug AC cord.
Unplug and plug AC cord and then all settings and data



are updated.
The adjustment item that is affected by the memory
initialize operation is shown below:
Note: Perform pre heat-run for more than 20 min. before
adjusting.
2.2 FACTORY AND SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
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* JIG. R/C FACTORY PRESET CODE:92
MEMORY INITIALIZE and FACTORY PRESET
ITEM MEMORY
INITIALIZE
FACTORY RESET REMARKS
RGB(480p) ADJUST DATA NOT INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE
WHITE BALANCE SETTING NOT INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE
OTHER ADJUSTMENT MODE DATA INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE
FACTORY RESET ITEM INITIALIZE INITIALIZE
CHANNEL LIST INITIALIZE INITIALIZE
3.1 Sub-Contrast & Clamp Offset Adjustment
Preparation for adjustment
(1) Pre-heat at least 2 min. before the Final Adjust.
(2) Recall user menu and select ‘Video’ඎ ‘Picture Mode’ඎ
(3) Receive following signal into input3 or input4(Comp) input.
Adjustment procedure
3.11 525p Sub-Contrast, Y/Cb/Cr Clamp offset adjustment
(1) Receive following 525(480)p Signal.
‘Day(Dynamic)’ඎ ‘Reset’.
Format : 525(480)p
V2 V1
Black White
Black
100% White
V1=1Vpp
V2=0.7Vpp
Adjustment signal for 525(480)p format
(2) Go into Service Adj. Menu and select ‘RGB’ .
(3)
Press ̈ for over 2 seconds and have it perform
automatic adjustment. When it’s completed, ‘Auto
Adjusting’ on the screen will be disappeared.
Format : 525(480)i
V2 V1
Black White
Black
100% White
V1=1Vpp
V2=0.7Vpp
Fig.2 Adjustment signal for 525(480)i format
(See Fig.2)
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4. Vs, Va voltage adjustment

Item Power Unit Vs, Va Adjustment Adj. point Refer to following
Adjustment Preparations Adjustment Procedures Remarks
(1) Turn on the set and perform
pre-heat run more than 1 min
on burn-in screen.
(1) Turn Vs ADJ to adjust Vs voltage
to be within r0.1V of the value
specified in the label on the panel.
Permissive level of voltage in
sufficient time of heat-run
performed is:
Vs: withinr0.1V
(2) Receive full black pattern signal
(or video silence signal; but the
power will be automatically turned
off after a few seconds by power
save function.)
(2) Turn Va ADJ to adjust Va voltage
to be within r0.2V of the value
specified in the label on the panel.
Va: withinr0.2V
42’’: Adjusted by
manufacturing.
55’’: Need to be adjusted.
(3) Connect voltmeter (which has an
error within 0.02V or less) leads
to Vs (or Va) and GND test points
of the power unit.
(3) Reconfirm that Vs voltage remains
within r0.1V of the specified value.
Readjust if it’s outside of the margin.
[Label example] Label position (Reference)
: Upper left
If it’s hard to read the voltage
value because of the wiring
positions, write it down by a
marker at visible place in
advance.
<LOT>N6
Vs= 80.0V Va=60.0V
V윘=140.0V Vx=60.0V
55”
※Never touch this VR ! (PFC)
(This is already adjusted.)
Adjustment driver insert into this
hole to adjust Vs VR R1540.
※Never touch this VR ! (OLP)
(This is already adjusted.)
CN99:Vs/Va
Test pins
(1)pin: Va
(2)pin: Vs
(3)pin: GND
R1573:Va ADJ. VR
R1540:Vs ADJ. VR
(Under the FIN)
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5 WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS
General Notes for White Balance
(1) If the incident illumination is more than 20 lux,
change the environment (location, lighting, etc.) and
ensure it to be less than 20 lux.
(2) At least one of the color drive codes must stay at its
maximum value, FF
H
.
5.1 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
(HIGH)
Preparation 1
(1) Set the output of signal generator to white raster.
(Ratio:100%)
(2) Component signal 42” 55”
Video level: 0.700Vp-p 0.280Vp-p
SYNC: 0.300Vp-p 0.286Vp-p
Set-up level: 0V 0V
(3) Input white raster signal into COMPONENT input
terminal of the PDP set.
(4) Set user control to Day mode. (Picture Mode)
(5) Confirm that the mode is set as “Factory Setting
Mode”.
(6) Aspect: ᕃ Video: Expanded

Adjustment
(1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote
control.
(2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of
the panel.
(3) Set color temperature to “HIGH”.
(4) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (HIGH) are all
set as FF.
(5) After receiving White raster signal, step down the two
(or one) among Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (HIGH)
and adjust the value shown in the following:
At least one of the data should be FF.
Specification
Video Color temperature (HIGH)
x = 0.273
42"
± 0.005
y = 0.273 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 12000K)
x = 0.273
55"
± 0.005
y = 0.273 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 12000K)
Remarks
(1) Color temperature should be adjusted under the
condition in which the screen is the brightest, thus
the initial value for adjustment is set to its maximum.
(2) Adjustment is made by reducing brightness only.
Reduce a bright color for adjustment.
(3) Video color temperature & Adjustment No. are the
same, but addresses in the memory are different,
thus there’s no problem.
5.2 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
(MEDIUM)
Preparation
(1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment:
(HIGH)”. For 55” the video level changes to
0.700Vp-p.
Adjustment
(1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote
control.
(2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of
the panel.
(3) Set color temperature to “MEDIUM”, using SEL key.
(4) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (MEDIUM) are
all set as FF.
(5) After receiving White raster signal, step down the two
(or one) among Adjustment R/B/G DRIVE (MEDIUM)
and adjust the value shown below.
At least one of the data should be FF.
Specification
Video Color temperature (MED)
x = 0.285
42"
± 0.005
y = 0.293 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 9300K )
x = 0.285
55"
± 0.005
y = 0.293 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 9300K )
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5.3 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
(STD)
Preparation
(1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment:
(HIGH)”. For 55” video level changes to 0.700Vp-p.
Adjustment
(1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote
control.
(2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of
the panel.
(3) Set color temperature to “STD”.
(4) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (STD) are all
set as FF.
(5) After receiving White raster signal, step down the two
(or one) among Adjustment R/B/G DRIVE (STD) and
adjust the value shown below.
At least one of the data should be FF.
5.4 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
(B/W) (Only for HDX models)
Preparation
(1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment:
(HIGH)”. For 55” video level changes to 0.700Vp-p.
Adjustment
(1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote
control.
(2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of
the panel.
(3) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (B/W) are all
set as FF.
(4) After receiving White Raster signal, step down the
two (or one) among Adjustment R/B/G DRIVE (B/W)
and adjust the value shown below.
At least one of the data should be FF.
Remarks
(1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment
(HIGH)”
Specification
Video Color temperature (STD)
x = 0.314
42"
± 0.005
y = 0.327 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 6500K )
x = 0.314
55"
± 0.005
y = 0.327 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 6500K )
Specification
Video Color temperature (B/W)
x = 0.335
42"
± 0.005
y = 0.343 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 5400K )
x = 0.335
55"
± 0.005
y = 0.343 ± 0.005
(Color temp: 5400K )


6. DIGITAL MAIN CHECK
6.1 SYSTEM SOFTWARE VERSION CHECK
Please Insert MMC card
ove Return
(5) The upgrading process begin by filling a
bar, when finish the message will say,
“Upgrade complete …” when this appear
unplug the TV from the AC line outlet to
complete the process.
(6) Now plug again the TV and verify the
new software version.
(7) The Main software version will display the
latest version issue by design.
NOTE:
(1) A Service Bulletin will be sent when a
new version is issued officially to the
Service Department every time the soft-
ware version needs to be modified.
(2) In case that the upgrade fails or when a
CARD is inserted with new version and
can’t upgrade ; please perform the
FACTORY RESET process to the TV,
then try upgrading again.
(1) Press Menu button on the R/C or control
panel.
(2) Enter the SETUP options, and then look
for UPGRADES option.
(3) The Main software version will be display
V0100.0000 as shown on Fig. 1.
(4) If this version needs to be change for a
design improvement or failure, please
select the Upgrade Now button.
Fig. 1
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Software version
Reset The Software
Setup
Move SEL Return
Software Version # : Main Vxxxx.xxxx
MMC Software Upgrade
Upgrade Now
Please Insert MMC card before upgrading.
Reset TV Settings
No Yes
OR
(Select "Yes" to return all settings to the factory
default after main power OFF/ON.)
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5.5 WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT OSD FLOW DIAGRAM
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5.5.1 Adjustment OSD Flowchart
(1) Adjust Mode OSD
JIG R/C code:9C or Press [MENU]+[MENU]+[8]+[SELECT] of Control panel.
MENU
+
MENU
+
8
+
SELECT
JIG Code
ADJUST MODE
MEMORY INIT
FACT RESET
RGB
WHITE BAL HIGH
WHITE BAL MED
WHITE BAL STD
WHITE BAL B/W
CH U/D, INPUT

ًٕ
ًٕ
ًٕ
CYAN*

GREEN : Finish Normally

RED : Finish Abnormally

EXIT
Press for 2 seg.
ADJUST MODE
MEMORY INIT
FACT RESET
RGB
WHITE BAL HIGH
WHITE BAL MED
WHITE BAL STD
WHITE BAL B/W
CH U/D, INPUT
ADJUST MODE
MEMORY INIT
FACT RESET
RGB
WHITE BAL HIGH
WHITE BAL MED
WHITE BAL STD
WHITE BAL B/W
CH U/D, INPUT
MAGENTA

GREEN : Finish Normally
RED : Finish Abnormally

Press for 2 seg.
Press for 2 seg.
WHITE BALANCE
ADJUST MODE
VIDEO SETTINGS
(1) CONTRAST ; MAX
(2) COLOR,TINT,SHARP,BRIGHT ; CENTER
(3) COLOR TEMP ; HIGH
ADJUST
(1) Press ↑↓ to Select the G DRV,R DRV,
B DRV.
(Initial value R/G/B DRV : FF)
(2) Press ← →to adjust
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5.7.1 Adjustment OSD Flowchart (Cont.)
ًٕ
G DRV **

R DRV **

B DRV **

ًٕ
G DRV HIGH **
R DRV HIGH **
B DRV HIGH **
Select DRV
and Press → key
Press EXIT key
ADJUST MODE
MEMORY INIT
FACT RESET
RGB
WHITE BAL HIGH
WHITE BAL MED
WHITE BAL STD
WHITE BAL B/W
CH U/D, INPUT
ADJUST MODE
MEMORY INIT
FACT RESET
RGB
WHITE BAL HIGH
WHITE BAL MED
WHITE BAL STD
WHITE BAL B/W
CH U/D, INPUT
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7. SCREEN CHECK
Preparation
(1) Set AC120±1V.
(2) Turn on the power and leave it more than 5 min.
(3) Receive circle pattern at 4:3 Expanded mode.
(4) Input 480p and 1080i circle pattern into Component
video 3. (ASPECT 16:9 Standard)
Checking
(1) Receive RF, 480p and 1080i signal, then check
the following items 1~4:
1. Check the symmetry of the pattern (right/left).
2. Check the horizontal position and the balance
(right/left).
3. Check the symmetry of the pattern (top/bottom).
4. Check the vertical position and the balance
(top/bottom).
Remarks

3
SCREEN
0 1 2 2 1 0
A B
8. HDMI adjustment
a. DVI compatibility check
Preparation
1. Prepare HDTV signal generator. (Zenith HD-SAT520)
2. Select DVI mode then 1080i format
3. Connect HDMI-DVI cable to the HDMI input on the
PDP set.
b. DVI/HDCP/Timing (Display Position) Check
1. Set 1080i crosshatch with black background,
with a small color bar and small multi-burst.
(Confirm that the picture appears as shown
below or similar)
2. Press “INFO” button on remote control to
confirm that “1080i Format” indication appears.
3. Confirm that Horizontal and Vertical position
meet the following spec.
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9. FACTORY RESET
After all of the adjustments of main chassis are finished,
perform FACTORY RESET.
(1) Enter Adjustment Mode by the method described in
sub-items 1-1 and 1-2 from page 30. (“Adjustment
Procedure Start-up”).
(2) From the first menu in Adjustment Mode, select
FACT RESET adjustment code.
(3) Activate FACT RESET by pressing “Right” cursor
key once.
(4) Other procedure to acces the FACTORY RESET is by
sending the 92 hex code with a programable R/C.
(5) The procedure of the FACTORY RESET process is
the following and the DATA table is shown next.
SIGNAL ASPECT SPEC(A,B)
Hitachi circle pattern 16:9 Standard1 0 +/- 0.5
a b
c
d
ATSC
DVI - HDMI
conversion cable
Set Top Box
Chassis DW2 unit
Screen Size 42” 55” inch
a 48¢8 58¢8
b 45¢8 55¢8
c 58¢5 73¢5
d 56¢5 68¢5
mm
Aspect 16:9 Standard 16:9 Standard
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9 . DATA TABLE OF SETTING FOR DELIVERY
USER Control Initialization
Settings for delivery (FACTORY RESET)
(7) When PDP turns ON , it will tune CH03 this is the
complete operation of FACTORY RESET process.
·Process of FACTORY RESET operation.
A screen is colored magenta when FACTORY RESET
start.
A screen is colored green when FACTORY RESET
finish normally.
A screen is colored RED when FACTORY RESET
finish abnormally.
(6) After FACTORY RESET, it should be unplug AC
cord.Unplug and plug AC cord and then all settings
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Function Initial Data Condition 42HDS69
55HDS69
42HDT79
55HDT79
42HDX99
55HDX99
Input Mode Air X X X
Channel 03-1ch X X X
Favorite Channels Not Registered X X X
PIP On/Off Off X X X
PIP Mode SPLIT X X X
POP Position Middle Right X X X
PIP Position Bottom Right X X X
Freeze Mode Main Freeze
(1pix)
X X X
Master Volume 20 Step X X X
Video
Picture Mode Dynamic X X X
Contrast(White Lebel) 100% X X X
Brightness(Black Lebel) 50% X X X
Color 50% X X X
Tint CENTER X X X
Sharpness 50% X X X
Color Temperature High X X X
Black Enhancement
High X X X
Contrast Mode Dynamic X X X
Noise Reduction
Low X X X
Auto Movie Mode Off
X
X
X
Color Management 웎
X X

Color Decoding 웎
X X

Auto Color Off
X X

White Balance 웎
X X

Aspect
Auto Aspect Off
X X X
Mode 4:3 Expanded
16:9 Standard1
X
X X
Vertical Position 0
X
X X
Black Side Panel Off X X X
Reset Video Settings

X X X
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Function Initial Data Condition 42HDS69
55HDS69
42HDT79
55HDT79
42HDX99
55HDX99
Audio
Treble 50% X X X
Bass 50% X X X
Balance CENT X X X
Surround
Off X X X
Bass Boost On
X X X
Audio Source Stereo Analog Broadcast X X X
Internal Speakers On X X X
Auto Noise Cancel Off Analog Broadcast X X X
Perfect Volume Off X X X
Loudness Off X X X
Language 1 (English) DTV X X X
Digital Output Dolby Digital DTV X X X
DRC On DTV X X X
Channel Manager
Signal Meter
Channel

X X X
Strength

X X X
Peak

X X X
SNR

X X X
Auto Channel Scan
Source Air X X X
Reset 웎
X X X
Start 웎
X X X
Channel List
FAV Not Set X X X
CH# Air/Cable:2-13CH X X X
Scan On X X X
Lock Off X X X
ID

X X X
Locks
Change Access Code “0000”,”7777” X X X
Engage Lock
Set Channel Lock Not Set X X X
Set Front Panel Lock Not Set X X X
Movie Ratings Not Set X X X
TV Ratings Not Set X X X
Canadian Ratings (Eng.) Not Set X X X
Canadian Ratings (Frn.) Not Set X X X
Alternate Ratings U.S.

X X X
Timers
Set the Clock
Time Zone PST X X X
Date Jan 2006 01 X X X
Time Not Registered X X X
Automatically Adjust
Clock for Daylight
Savings Changes.
off X X X
Set Sleep Timer Not Set X X X
Set Day/Night Timer
Activate off X X X
Day Mode On 6:00 AM X X X
Day Mode Off 6:00 PM X X X
Set Event Timer Not Set

㧙 X
9. SETTING for Delivery (continued)
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9. SETTING for Delivery (continued)
Function Initial Data Condition 42HDS69
55HDS69
42HDT79
55HDT79
42HDX99
55HDX99
Setup
Menu Preference
Set The Language English X X X
Set The Menu Background Shaded X X X
Set The Screen Saver
Main Picture Moving
Option 1 X X X
Image Power
Max X X X
Screen Wipe
Wipe X X X
Automatic Power Saving
Yes X X X
Set The Inputs
Input1 Rename None X X X
Input2 Rename None X X X
Input3 Rename None X X X
Input4 Rename None X X X
Input4 Auto Link
(Auto/Remote/Off)
Off X X X
Input5 Rename None X X X
Set the AV Net (Wizard will be
starting.)
X
웎 웎
Set Closed Caption
Caption Display
Auto X X X
Mode
(Captions/Text)
Captions X X X
Channel (1/2/3/4)
1 X X X
Digital Captions
Language
1 (English)
X X X
Font
(Default/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8)
Default X X X
Size
(Small/Standard/Large)
Standard X X X
Style
(Standard/High Visibility)
Standard X X X
Set The Output Terminals
Video Out
(TV Tuner Out / Monitor)
Monitor X X X
Audio Out
(Fixed/Variable)
Fixed X X X
IR Out Extended Length X X

Set The Quick Start Options off X X X
Reset The Software
MMC Software Upgrade

X X X
Reset TV Settings No X X X
Power Swivel Locked X X

Adjustment Preparation
(1) Go to the Adjust Mode Menu.
(2) Select “DEVICE” in the Adjust Mode Menu as follows.
(3) Press [ ] button to access the DEVICE menu.
࡮DEVICE : Press 0 button. And press SELECT button to set.
࡮ITEM : Press 2 button. And press SELECT button to set.
࡮DATA : Press [ًٕ]buttons to select as follows. And press SELECT button to set.
(4) Unpluged and pluged to update the OSD Design.
Adjustment Procedure
(1) According to a list shown below, select an OSD design.
Class Model DATA OSD Design
X 42/55HDX99 2 DlREC웛Directors
T 42/55HDT79 1 A웛Regional
S 42/55HDS69 0 B웛National
DATA=2웛DIREC웉Directors Model웊


DATA=1웛A웉Regional Model웊


DATA=0웛B웉National Model웊


ADJUST MODE
IR BLAST
CLOCK TEST
MAINTENANCE
DEVICE
M306H3 V01.00
ADJ.REV V01.00
PANEL TIME 265
ADJUST MODE
DEVICE ITEM DATA
0 2 002
DEVICE menu
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BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS
10 OSD Design Select
Digital Main P.W.B has five LED (KNIGHT RIDER) on board.
After Power ON these LED will be turned on in sequence as follows.
It may take a few seconds for the sequence.
LED sequence
Sequence D205
(Red)
<PiO04>
D204
(Green)
<PiO03>
D203
(Yellow)
<PiO02>
D202
(Orange)
<PiO01>
D201
(Red)
<PiO00>
1 (Start) ○ ○ ○ ○ ●
2 ○ ○ ○ ● ●
3 ○ ○ ● ● ●
4 ○ ● ● ● ●
5 (End) ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
○ is turn off the LED, ● is Lighting the LED
After Program is loaded without error, all LED will be turned off.
Any LED should not light.
If some errors occur, LED will show the error pattern.
(1) Check that LED is not lit.
(2) If LED is lit, refer to the following table and check the involved devices.
TROUBLE SHOOTING for DIGITAL MODULE (Device error check)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHARTS
Location of LEDs
㪛㫀㪾㫀㫋㪸㫃㩷㪤㪸㫀㫅㩷㪙㫆㪸㫉㪻
㪣㪜㪛㪌㩷㩿㪛㪉㪇㪌㪀 㪣㪜㪛㪈㩿㪛㪉㪇㪈㪀
㪣㪜㪛㪋㩷㩿㪛㪉㪇㪋㪀 㪣㪜㪛㪉㩷㩿㪛㪉㪇㪉㪀
㪣㪜㪛㪊㩷㩿㪛㪉㪇㪊㪀
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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS
LED patterns for involved devices
LED5 LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1 Device Circuit No Remarks No.
D
2
0
5
(
R
e
d
)
D
2
0
4
(
G
r
e
e
n
)
D
2
0
3
(
Y
e
l
l
o
w
)
D
2
0
2
(
O
r
a
n
g
e
)
D
2
0
1
(
R
e
d
)

1 ٤ ٤ ٤ ٤ ٤ 㧙 㧙 No Error
2 ٤ ٤ ٤ ٤ ٨ Digital Tuner
Video/Audio of Cable/Air
3 ٤ ٤ ٤ ٨ ٤ Analog Tuner
Video/Audio of Cable/Air
4 ٤ ٤ ٨ ٤ ٤ MPEG(Seine2) Video/Audio of Cable/Air
5 ٤ ٤ ٨ ٤ ٨ Graphics(Seine2) All OSD
6 ٤ ٤ ٨ ٨ ٤ Flash Memory Loading Program
7 ٤ ٤ ٨ ٨ ٨ I
2
C(Seine2)
8 ٤ ٨ ٤ ٤ ٤ IEEE1394
9 ٤ ٤ ٤ ٨ ٨ DEMUX(Seine2)
10 ٤ ٨ ٤ ٨ ٤ 㧙 㧙
11 ٤ ٨ ٤ ٨ ٨ 㧙 㧙
12 ٤ ٨ ٨ ٤ ٤ 㧙 㧙
13 ٤ ٨ ٨ ٤ ٨ 㧙 㧙
14 ٤ ٨ ٨ ٨ ٤ 㧙 㧙
15 ٤ ٨ ٨ ٨ ٨ 㧙 㧙
16 ٨ ٤ ٤ ٤ ٤ 㧙 㧙
17 ٨ ٤ ٤ ٤ ٨ PDP Panel
18 ٨ ٤ ٤ ٨ ٤ Sub Micro
19 ٨ ٤ ٨ ٤ ٨ Seine OSD
20 ٨ ٨ ٨ ٨ ٤ DDR SDRAM
٤ is turn off the LED, ٨ is lighting the LED.
(42” only) (42” only)
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CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
TABLE OF CONTENTS
[4255HDS69]

X Sustain Circuit
Y Sustain Circuit
PDP Panel Module
Address Driver
S
c
a
n

D
r
i
v
e
r

Driver Controller
LVDS Receiver Signal Controller
Data Controller
Logic Control
unit
S
c
a
n

D
r
i
v
e
r

POD PWB
S
p
e
a
k
e
r

L
Vcego
Vsago
Swivel Stand
S
p
e
a
k
e
r

R
W
o
o
f
e
r

L
W
o
o
f
e
r

R
Remote
Control LED PWB
IR
Receiver
LED
POD
Card
I/F
Side
Terminal
PWB
A/V
Control
PWB
Key SW
RGB
(LVDS)
CPUgo
PDPgo
Power2
Power1
Sub PWB
OPT-Audio
Output
A/V
SD/MMC
Card
I/F
RS-232C
Filter PWB
Main
Power SW
AC
Inlet
Demodulator
Video
SW
Digital/
Analog
Tuner
A/V
Pin Jack
Audio
SW
Power
Supply
Unit
Main-Digital PWB
Sub
Micro
Audio
DSP
Seine2
A-chip
Seine2
D-chip
HDMI PWB
Equalizer
DC-DC
(POD-Vcc)
PLD
(Oberon)
VCXO
PLL
PLD
(Stehano)
DC-DC
Conv.

Audio
DAC

Digital
Audio
Amplifier

DDR2
FAN FAN
(42” only) (42” only)
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CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
[4255HDT79]

X Sustain Circuit
Y Sustain Circuit
PDP Panel Module
Address Driver
S
c
a
n

D
r
i
v
e
r

Driver Controller
LVDS Receiver Signal Controller
Data Controller
Logic Control
unit
S
c
a
n

D
r
i
v
e
r

POD PWB
S
p
e
a
k
e
r

L
Vcego
Vsago
Swivel Stand
S
p
e
a
k
e
r

R
W
o
o
f
e
r

L
W
o
o
f
e
r

R
POD
Card
I/F
Side
Terminal
PWB
A/V
Control
PWB
Key SW
RGB
(LVDS)
Photo
CPUgo
PDPgo
Power2
Power1
Sub PWB
IR Out
OPT-Audio
Output
A/V
SD/MMC
Card
I/F
RS-232C
Filter PWB
Main
Power SW
AC
Inlet
Demodulator
Video
SW
Digital/
Analog
Tuner
A/V
Pin Jack
Audio
SW
Motor
Driver
Power
Supply
Unit
Main-Digital PWB
Sub
Micro
Audio
DSP
Seine2
A-chip
Seine2
D-chip
HDMI PWB
Equalizer
DC-DC
(POD-Vcc)
PLD
(Oberon)
VCXO
PLL
PLD
(Stehano)
DC-DC
Conv.

Audio
DAC

Digital
Audio
Amplifier

DDR2
FAN FAN
(42” only) (42” only)
Remote
Control LED PWB
IR
Receiver
LED IrDA
Receiver
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CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM

X Sustain Circuit
Y Sustain Circuit
PDP Panel Module
Address Driver
S
c
a
n

D
r
i
v
e
r

Driver Controller
LVDS Receiver Signal Controller
Data Controller
Logic Control
unit
S
c
a
n

D
r
i
v
e
r

POD PWB
S
p
e
a
k
e
r

L
Vcego
Vsago
Swivel Stand
S
p
e
a
k
e
r

R
W
o
o
f
e
r

L
W
o
o
f
e
r

R
POD
Card
I/F
Side
Terminal
PWB
A/V
Control
PWB
Key SW
RGB
(LVDS)
Photo
CPUgo
PDPgo
Power2
Power1
Sub PWB
IR-Blaster
Driver
OPT-Audio
Output
A/V
SD/MMC
Card
I/F
RS-232C
Filter PWB
Main
Power SW
AC
Inlet
Demodulator
Video
SW
Digital/
Analog
Tuner
A/V
Pin Jack
Audio
SW
UEI
Motor
Driver
Power
Supply
Unit
Main-Digital PWB
Sub
Micro
Audio
DSP
Seine2
A-chip
Seine2
D-chip
HDMI PWB
Equalizer
DC-DC
(POD-Vcc)
PLD
(Oberon)
VCXO
PLL
IEEE
1394
PLD
(Stehano)
DC-DC
Conv.

Audio
DAC

Digital
Audio
Amplifier

DDR2
FAN FAN
(42” only) (42” only)
Remote
Control LED PWB
IR
Receiver
LED IrDA
Receiver
[4255HDX99]

55
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POWER SYSTEMBLOCK DIAGRAM

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Filter PWB
AC120V
Digital
Audio
Amp.
Sub
MICRO
Sub-Digital PWB
AC
SW
+5.6V STBY+3.3V
STBY+5V
+12V
Vcc
Va
Vs
+10.5V
(PFC)
Power Supply Unit
Main-Digital PWB
+3.3V
DC-DC
+9V
Reg.
Buffer
+3.0V
Reg.
VCXO
PLL
FLASH
EPLD
LED PWB
IR receiver
LED
Swivel
Stand
Swivel
Motor
Driver
IR-Blaster
Driver
+5V
Reg.
OPT
Output
+9V
Reg.
LPF
+5V
Reg.
Sync.
sep.
+5V
Reg.
USB
FAN
Vari.
Reg.
+1.0V
DC-DC
+1.8V
Reg.
Demodulator
+3.3V
Reg.
+2.5V
Reg.
+1.5V
Reg.
+3.3V
Reg.
Seine2-A
+2.5V
Reg.
Audio
DSP
HDMI PWB
+3.3V
Reg.
Cable-
Equalizer
+9V
Reg.
AV SW
+5V
Reg.
+5V
Reg.
Tuner
AGC
OOB
+3.3V
Reg.
Audio
ADC
+3.3V
Reg.
Audio DAC
+9V
Reg.
FAN
+1.8V
DC-DC
+1.3V
DC-DC
+2.5V
Reg.
Seine2-D DDR2
+1.3V
Reg.
+1.5V
Reg.
IEEE1394
Vari.
Reg.
POD-
Vpp
+3.3V
DC-DC
POD-
Vcc
POD PWB
+2.5V
Reg.
+1.2V
Reg.
+3.3V
Reg.
FPGA
SD
MMC
(+3.3V)
(+80V)
(+60V)
(+5.1V)
PDP Panel Module

AUDIO CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
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Seine
IF12
TPA3100
Digital
Power Amp.
IF15
NJU26107
Volume Mute
Balance
Bass/Treble
Surround
Bass Boost
AGC
IF11
TPA3100
Digital
Power Amp.
I2S
I2S
IF09
WM8520
DAC
W/amp
I2S
IF10
WM8520
DAC
W/amp
IF20
SN74LV
C244AP
W
Woofer L
Woofer R
Speaker L
Speaker R
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
DW2U
㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀 㪈 㪈 㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀
㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀 㪉 㪉 㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪊 㪊 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪋 㪋 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪞㪥㪛 㪌 㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀 㪏 㪏 㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀
㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀 㪐 㪐 㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀
㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀
㪥㪅㪚㪅 㪈 㪈 㪥㪅㪚㪅
㪭㫊㪸㪾㫆 㪉 㪉 㪭㫊㪸㪾㫆
㪭㪺㪼㪾㫆 㪊 㪊 㪭㪺㪼㪾㫆
㪭㫉㫊 㪋 㪋 㪭㫉㫊
㪭㫉㪸 㪌 㪌 㪭㫉㪸
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪏 㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪭㫇㫉㪉㩿㪪㪫㪙㪊㪅㪊㪭㪀 㪐 㪐 㪭㫇㫉㪉㩿㪪㪫㪙㪊㪅㪊㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪘㪚㩿㪣㪀 㪈 㪈 㪘㪚㩿㪣㪀
㪥㪚 㪉 㪉 㪥㪚
㪘㪚 㪠㪥 㪘㪚㩿㪥㪀 㪊 㪊 㪘㪚㩿㪥㪀
㪥㪚 㪋 㪋 㪥㪚
㪥㪚 㪌 㪌 㪥㪚
㪝㪅㪞㪅 㪍 㪍 㪝㪅㪞㪅
㪪㪫㪙㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪈 㪈 㪪㪫㪙㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪫㪙㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪊 㪊 㪪㪫㪙㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㫆㪝㪝 㪋 㪋 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㫆㪝㪝
㪘㪚㪚㪣㫆㪚㪢 㪌 㪌 㪘㪚㪚㪣㫆㪚㪢
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪈 㪍 㪍 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪈
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪉 㪎 㪎 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪉
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪊 㪏 㪏 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪊
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪈 㪈 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪉 㪉 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪊 㪊 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪋 㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪌 㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪂㪈㪇㪭 㪎 㪎 㪂㪈㪇㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪏 㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪂㪈㪍㪭 㪐 㪐 㪂㪈㪍㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉 㪈㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪂㪈㪉㪭 㪈㪊 㪈㪊 㪂㪈㪉㪭
㪂㪈㪉㪭 㪈㪋 㪈㪋 㪂㪈㪉㪭
㪂㪈㪉㪭 㪈㪌 㪈㪌 㪂㪈㪉㪭
㪣㪚㪛㪶㪞㫆 㪈 㪈 㪩㪘㪇㪄
㪙㪣㪶㫆㪥 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀
㪠㪄㪧㪮㪤 㪊 㪊 㪩㪘㪇㪂
㪙㪣㪶㫀㪥㪪㪫 㪋 㪋 㪪㪚㪣
㪞㪥㪛 㪌 㪌 㪩㪘㪈㪄
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀 㪎 㪎 㪩㪘㪈㪂
㪫㪘㪈㪄 㪏 㪏 㪪㪛㪘
㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪫㪘㪈㪂 㪐 㪐 㪩㪘㪉㪄
㪊 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪋 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀
㪪㪆㪧㪛㫀㪫 㪈 㪈 㪪㪆㪧㪛㫀㪫 㪌 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪍 㪫㪙㪈㪄 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪩㪘㪉㪂
㪩㪞㪙㪂㪌㪭 㪉 㪉 㫀㪩㪂㪌㪭 㪎 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪏 㪫㪙㪈㪂 㪈㪉 㪈㪉 㪚㪧㪬㪞㪦
㪞㪥㪛 㪊 㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪐 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀 㪈㪊 㪈㪊 㪩㪘㪚㪣㪢㪄
㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪂 㪋 㪋 㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪂 㪈㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉 㪫㪚㪈㪄 㪈㪋 㪈㪋 㪧㪛㪧㪞㪦
㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪄 㪌 㪌 㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪄 㪈㪊 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪈㪋 㪫㪚㪈䋫 㪈㪌 㪈㪌 㪩㪘㪚㪣㪢㪂
㪡㫆㫀㪥㪫㪛㪜㪫 㪍 㪍 㪡㫆㫀㪥㪫㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪍 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪍 㪈㪍 㪠㪩㪨
㪪㪮㪶㪚㫆㪤 㪎 㪎 㪪㪮㪶㪚㫆㪤 㪈㪎 㪂㪈㪍㪭 㪂㪈㪇㪭 㪈㪏 㪫㪚㪣㪢㪈㪄 㪈㪎 㪈㪎 㪩㪘㪊㪄
㪈㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪮㫀㪭㪜㪣㪶㪞 㪉㪇 㪫㪚㪣㪢㪈㪂 㪈㪏 㪈㪏 㪧㪛㪮㪥
㪉㪈 㫀㪩㪶㫀㪥 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪰㪆㪭 㪉㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪐 㪈㪐 㪩㪘㪊㪂
㪉㪊 㫀㪩㫆㪬㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪋 㪫㪛㪈㪄 㪉㪇 㪉㪇 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀
㪉㪌 㫀㪩㫆㪝㪝 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪰㪶㪜 㪉㪍 㪫㪛㪈㪂 㪉㪈 㪉㪈 㪩㪘㪋㪄
㪉㪎 㪟㪧㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪏 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪉 㪉㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪉㪐 㪝㫀㪥 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪧㪙 㪊㪇 㪫㪜㪈㪄 㪉㪊 㪉㪊 㪩㪘㪋㪂
㪊㪈 㪩㫀㪥 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪉 㪫㪜㪈㪂 㪉㪋 㪉㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪊㪊 㪚㪧㪛㪜㪫 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪧㪩㪆㪚 㪊㪋 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪌 㪉㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪈 㪭㪚㪚 㪊㪌 㪪㪮㪭㪣㪛㪜㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪍 㪙㫀㪫㪇㪉 㪉㪍 㪉㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪉 㪣㫆㪚㪢 㪊㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪬㪙㪶㪰㪆㪭 㪊㪏 㪙㫀㪫㪇㪈 㪉㪎 㪉㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪐 㪘㪜㪧㪶㪩 㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪇 㪙㫀㪫㪇㪇 㪉㪏 㪉㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪋㪈 㪘㪜㪧㪶㪣 㪪㪆㪧㪛㫀㪫 㪋㪉 㪪㪚㪣 㪉㪐 㪉㪐 㪞㪥㪛
㪋㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪋 㪪㪛㪘 㪊㪇 㪊㪇 㪞㪥㪛
㪋㪌 㪘㪪㪧㪶㪩 㪪㪛㪶㪰㫆 㪋㪍 㪩㪯㪛 㪊㪈
㪋㪎 㪘㪪㪧㪶㪣 㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪏 㪫㪯㪛 㪊㪉
㪋㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪛㪶㪚㫆 㪌㪇 㪚㪫㪪 㪊㪊
㪌㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪉 㪩㪫㪪 㪊㪋
㪌㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪋 㪧㪥㪣㪩㪪㪫 㪊㪌
㪌㪌 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪣㪶㪪 㪌㪍 㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥 㪊㪍
㪈 㪭㪚㪚 㪌㪎 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪩㪶㪪 㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪏 㪫㪜㪤㪧㪶㪘㪣㪫 㪊㪎
㪉 㪣㫆㪚㪢 㪌㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪟㫀㪝㫀㪶㪩 㪍㪇 㪛㫆㫆㪩㪶㪘㪣㪫 㪊㪏
㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪍㪈 㪪㪚㪣㪈㪶㪊㪭㪶㪈㪇㪇 㪟㫀㪝㫀㪶㪣 㪍㪉 㪠㪩㪨㪆㪝㪘㪥㪶㪘㪣㪫 㪊㪐
㪍㪊 㪪㪛㪘㪈㪶㪊㪭㪶㪈㪇㪇 㪞㪥㪛 㪍㪋 㪧㪛㪮㪥 㪋㪇
㪍㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪟㪛㪛㪶㪣 㪍㪍 㪙㪣㪶㪧㪮㪤 㪋㪈
㪍㪎 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪐 㪟㪛㪛㪶㪩 㪍㪏
㪍㪐 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪏 㪞㪥㪛 㪎㪇
㪎㪈 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪎 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪣㪶㪤 㪎㪉
㪎㪊 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪍 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪩㪶㪤 㪎㪋
㪎㪌 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪎㪍
㪎㪎 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪋 㪬㪘㪫㪯㪛㪊 㪎㪏
㪎㪐 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪊 㪬㪘㪩㪯㪛㪊 㪏㪇
㪏㪈 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪏㪉
㪏㪊 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪈 㪬㪘㪩㪫㪪㪊㪶㪥 㪏㪋
㪏㪌 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪇 㪬㪘㪚㪫㪪㪊㪶㪥 㪏㪍
㪏㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪤㪛㪤㪶㪛㪚㪛㪶㪥 㪏㪏
㪏㪐 㪍㪌㪍㫆㪶㪚㪣㪢 㪤㪛㪤㪶㪩㪪㪫㪶㪥 㪐㪇
㪐㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪫㪬㪥㪩㪪㪫㪶㪥 㪐㪉
㪐㪊 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪟㪛 㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪉㪶㪥 㪐㪋
㪐㪌 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪭㪛 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪶㪉㪶㪫㪻 㪐㪍
㪐㪎 㪘㪣㪜㪩㪫 㪘㪥㪫㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪐㪏
㪐㪐 㫀㪩㪙㪶㪩㪪㪫㪶㪥 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇㪇
㪈㪇㪈 㫀㪩㪶㪚㪘㪧㫀㪥 㪪㪚㪣㪇㪶㪊㪭㪶㪋㪇㪇 㪈㪇㪉
㪈㪇㪊 㪘㪭㫀㪩㪪㪜㪣 㪪㪛㪘㪇㪶㪊㪭㪶㪋㪇㪇 㪈㪇㪋
㪈㪇㪌 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㫆㪝㪝 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇㪍
㪈㪇㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪝㪜㪚㪶㪫㪤㪚㪚㪝 㪈㪇㪏
㪈㪇㪐 㪬㪜㫀㪶㪫㪯㪛㪶㪥 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪝㪣㪛 㪈㪈㪇
㪈㪈㪈 㪬㪜㫀㪶㪩㪯㪛㪶㪥 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪇 㪈㪈㪉
㪈㪈㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪈 㪈㪈㪋
㪈㪈㪌 㪝㪘㪥㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪝㪜㪚㪶㪫㪤㪚㪚㪝㪉 㪈㪈㪍
㪈㪈㪎 㪤㪧㫆㪜 㪈㪈㪏
㪈㪈㪐 㪤㪪㪛 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪇㪶㪉 㪈㪉㪇
㪈㪉㪈 㪤㪧㪚㪜 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪈㪶㪉 㪈㪉㪉
㪈㪉㪊 㪤㪪㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉㪋
㪈㪉㪌 㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥 㪪㪚㪘㪩㪫㪶㪩 㪈㪉㪍
㪭㪌㪶㪚㪰 㪈 㪈 㪭㪌㪶㪚㪰 㪈㪉㪎 㪣㪥㪙㪪㪟㫆㪩㪫 㪪㪚㪘㪩㪫㪶㪞 㪈㪉㪏
㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉㪐 㪘㪬㪛㫀㫆㪶㪤㪬㪫㪜 㪪㪚㪘㪩㪫㪶㪙 㪈㪊㪇
㪭㪌㪶㪧㪙 㪊 㪊 㪭㪌㪶㪧㪙 㪈㪊㪈 㪩㪜㪚㪶㪤㪬㪫㪜 㪫㪯㪫㪶㪙㪣㪢 㪈㪊㪉
㪞㪥㪛 㪋 㪋 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊㪊 㪟㪧㪶㪤㪬㪫㪜 㪫㪯㪫㪶㪟㪛 㪈㪊㪋
㪭㪌㪶㪧㪩 㪌 㪌 㪭㪌㪶㪧㪩 㪈㪊㪌 㪟㪧㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪫㪯㪫㪶㪭㪛 㪈㪊㪍
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊㪏
㪭㪌㪶㪣 㪎 㪎 㪭㪌㪶㪣 㪈㪊㪐 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪎 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪚㪣㪢 㪈㪋㪇
㪭㪌㪶㪩 㪏 㪏 㪭㪌㪶㪩 㪈㪋㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪍 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪉
㪞㪥㪛 㪐 㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪊 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪌 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪜㪥 㪈㪋㪋
㫀㪥㪌㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㫀㪥㪌㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪋㪌 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪋 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪪㪰㪥㪚 㪈㪋㪍
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪎 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪊 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪛㪇 㪈㪋㪏
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉 㪈㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪐 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪌㪇
㪫㪂㪐㪭 㪈㪊 㪈㪊 㪫㪂㪐㪭 㪈㪌㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪈 㪙㪛㪶㪻㪜㪫㪇 㪈㪌㪉
㪈㪌㪊 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪇 㪙㪛㪶㪻㪜㪫㪈 㪈㪌㪋
㪈㪌㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪙㪛㪶㪻㪜㪫㪉 㪈㪌㪍
㪈㪌㪎 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪚㪣㪢 㪈㪌㪏
㪈㪌㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪮㫀㪭㪜㪣㪶㪘㫉㫀 㪈㪍㪇
㪈㪍㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪪㪰㪥㪚 㪛㪜㪪㪫㪇 㪈㪍㪉
㪈㪍㪊 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪜㪥 㪛㪜㪪㪫㪈 㪈㪍㪋
㪈㪍㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪍㪍
㪈㪍㪎 㪪㪫㪭㪶㪘㪝㪚 㪘㪭㪚㪫㪯㪛 㪈㪍㪏
㪈㪍㪐 㪤㪫㪭㪶㪘㪝㪚 㪘㪭㪚㪩㪯㪛 㪈㪎㪇
㪈㪎㪈 㪘㪭㪚㪚㪫㪪㪶㪥 㪈㪎㪉
㪈㪎㪊 㪘㪭㪚㪩㪫㪪㪶㪥 㪈㪎㪋
㪈㪎㪌 㪚㪈㪶㫀㪥 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪎㪍
㪈㪎㪎 㪪㫀㪞㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪚㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪈㪎㪏
㪈㪎㪐 㪛㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪈㪏㪇
㪈㪏㪈 㪫㪭㪪㪶㪣 㪪㪮㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪈㪏㪉
㪈㪏㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪛㫀㪧㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪏㪋
㪈㪏㪌 㪫㪯㪛㪂 㪉㪊㪉㪚㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪈㪏㪍
㪈㪏㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪜㪯㪫㪶㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫 㪈㪏㪏
㪈㪏㪐 㪫㪯㪛㪄 㪛㪫㪫㪶㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩 㪈㪐㪇
㪈㪐㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪐㪉
㪈㪐㪊 㪩㪯㫀㪥㪂 㪈㪐㪋
㪈㪐㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪐㪍
㪈㪐㪎 㪩㪯㫀㪥㪄 㪈㪐㪏
㪈㪐㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪇㪇
㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪏㪇 㪈 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪊 㪎㪐 㪉 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪊
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪉 㪎㪏 㪊 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪉
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪈 㪎㪎 㪋 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪈
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪇 㪎㪍 㪌 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪇
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪐 㪎㪌 㪍 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪐
㪞㪥㪛 㪎㪋 㪎 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪘㫉㫀
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪏 㪎㪊 㪏 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪏
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪎 㪎㪉 㪐 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪎
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪍 㪎㪈 㪈㪇 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪍
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪌 㪎㪇 㪈㪈 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪌
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪋 㪍㪐 㪈㪉 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪋
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪊 㪍㪏 㪈㪊 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪊
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪉 㪍㪎 㪈㪋 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪉
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈 㪍㪍 㪈㪌 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈
㪞㪥㪛 㪍㪌 㪈㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪎 㪍㪋 㪈㪎 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪎
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪍 㪍㪊 㪈㪏 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪍
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪌 㪍㪉 㪈㪐 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪌
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪋 㪍㪈 㪉㪇 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪋
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪊 㪍㪇 㪉㪈 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪊
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪉 㪌㪐 㪉㪉 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪉
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪈 㪌㪏 㪉㪊 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪈
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪇 㪌㪎 㪉㪋 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪇
㪪㪙㫆㪜㪶㪥 㪌㪍 㪉㪌 㪪㪙㫆㪜㪈㪈㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪮㪜㪶㪥 㪌㪌 㪉㪍 㪪㪙㪮㪜㪈㪈㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪙㪜㪇㪶㪥 㪌㪋 㪉㪎 㪪㪙㪙㪜㪇㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪘㪚㪢㪶㪥 㪌㪊 㪉㪏 㪪㪙㪘㪚㪢㪶㪥
㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪉 㪉㪐 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪙㪚㪣㪢㪶㪊 㪌㪈 㪊㪇 㪪㪙㪚㪣㪢㪶㪊
㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪈㪶㪥 㪌㪇 㪊㪈 㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪈㪶㪥
㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪧㪩㫆㪞 㪋㪐 㪊㪉 㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪧㪩㫆㪞
㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㫀㪥㫀㪫 㪋㪏 㪊㪊 㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㫀㪥㫀㪫
㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪛㫆㪥㪜 㪋㪎 㪊㪋 㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪛㫆㪥㪜
㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪍 㪊㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪚㪣㪢㫆 㪋㪌 㪊㪍 㪤㪚㪣㪢㫆
㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪋 㪊㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪛㫆㪛 㪋㪊 㪊㪏 㪤㪛㫆㪛
㪤㫆㪭㪘㪣 㪋㪉 㪊㪐 㪤㫆㪭㪘㪣
㪤㫆㪪㪫㪩㪫 㪋㪈 㪋㪇 㪤㫆㪪㪫㪩㪫
㪚㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪋㪇 㪋㪈 㪚㪩㪯㫀㪥
㪛㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪊㪐 㪋㪉 㪛㪩㪯㫀㪥
㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪏 㪋㪊 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪚㪣㪢 㪊㪎 㪋㪋 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪚㪣㪢
㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪍 㪋㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪎 㪊㪌 㪋㪍 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪎
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪍 㪊㪋 㪋㪎 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪍
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪌 㪊㪊 㪋㪏 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪌
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪋 㪊㪉 㪋㪐 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪋
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪊 㪊㪈 㪌㪇 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪊
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪉 㪊㪇 㪌㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪉
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪈 㪉㪐 㪌㪉 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪈
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪇 㪉㪏 㪌㪊 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪛㪇
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪜㪥 㪉㪎 㪌㪋 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪜㪥
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪪㪰㪥㪚 㪉㪍 㪌㪌 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪪㪰㪥㪚
㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪌 㪌㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪧㪣㪣㪶㪍㪍㪤 㪉㪋 㪌㪎 㪧㪣㪣㪶㪍㪍㪤
㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪊 㪌㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪙㪚㪜㪍㪸㪶㪥 㪉㪉 㪌㪐 㪪㪙㪚㪜㪍㪸㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪚㪜㪎㪶㪥 㪉㪈 㪍㪇 㪪㪙㪚㪜㪎㪶㪥
㪧㫆㪛㪶㪚㪛㪶㪥 㪉㪇 㪍㪈 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪚㪛㪶㪥
㫀㪩㪜㪨㪶㪥 㪈㪐 㪍㪉 㫀㪩㪜㪨㪶㪥
㪧㪞㪶㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪈㪏 㪍㪊 㪧㪞㪶㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥 㪈㪎 㪍㪋 㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪊 㪈㪍 㪍㪌 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪊
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪉 㪈㪌 㪍㪍 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪉
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪈 㪈㪋 㪍㪎 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪈
㪪㪛㪮㪧 㪈㪊 㪍㪏 㪪㪛㪮㪧
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪇 㪈㪉 㪍㪐 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪇
㪪㪛㪚㪛 㪈㪈 㪎㪇 㪪㪛㪚㪛
㪪㪛㪚㪤㪛 㪈㪇 㪎㪈 㪪㪛㪚㪤㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪐 㪎㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪛㪚㪣㪢 㪏 㪎㪊 㪪㪛㪚㪣㪢
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪎㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪍 㪎㪌
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪌 㪎㪍 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪋 㪎㪎 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪊 㪎㪏 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪉 㪎㪐 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪈 㪏㪇 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪮㪧 㪉㪈 㪈 㪮㪧
㪟㪧㪛 㪉㪇 㪉 㪟㪧㪛
㪂㪌㪭㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪐 㪊 㪂㪌㪭㪛㪜㪫
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪏 㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪛㪘 㪈㪎 㪌 㪪㪛㪘
㪪㪚㪣 㪈㪍 㪍 㪪㪚㪣
㪘㪚㪢 㪈㪌 㪎 㪘㪚㪢
㪪㪰㪥㪚㪂㪌㪭 㪈㪋 㪏 㪪㪰㪥㪚㪂㪌㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊 㪐 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪚㪄 㪈㪉 㪈㪇 㪩㪯㪚㪄
㪩㪯㪚㪂 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪩㪯㪚㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪈㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪇㪄 㪐 㪈㪊 㪩㪯㪇㪄
㪩㪯㪇㪂 㪏 㪈㪋 㪩㪯㪇㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪈㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪈㪄 㪍 㪈㪍 㪩㪯㪈㪄
㪩㪯㪈㪂 㪌 㪈㪎 㪩㪯㪈㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪋 㪈㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪉㪄 㪊 㪈㪐 㪩㪯㪉㪄
㪩㪯㪉㪂 㪉 㪉㪇 㪩㪯㪉㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪈 㪉㪈 㪞㪥㪛
㪚㪜㪚 㪈 㪈 㪚㪜㪚
㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪈 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪊㪶 㪞㪥㪛 㪉
㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪇㪶 㪋
㪌 㪪㪛㪚㪤㪛㪶 㪞㪥㪛 㪍
㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪛㪚㪣㪢㪶㫆㪬㪫 㪏
㪐 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪈㪶 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇
㪈㪈 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪉㪶 㪪㪛㪚㪛㪶 㪈㪉
㪈㪊 㪪㪛㪮㪧㪶 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪶㪉㪶㪫㪻 㪈㪋
㪈㪌 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪈㪍
㪈㪎 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪚㪘㪩㪛㪶㫀㪥 㪈㪏
㪈㪐 㪙㫀㪚㪚㪣㪢㪚㪥㪞 㪪㪚㪇㪭㪚㪚㪜㪥㪶㪥 㪉㪇
㪉㪈 㪝㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪶㪥 㪪㪚㪇㪚㪎㫀㫆 㪉㪉
㪉㪊 㪪㪚㪇㪩㪪㪫 㪪㪚㪇㪛㪜㪫㪶㪥 㪉㪋
㪉㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪧㪮㪩㪢㪜㪰 㪉㪍
㪉㪎 㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪇 㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪈 㪉㪏
㪉㪐 㪙㪘㪚㪢㪶㪩㪪㪫 㪞㪣㪜㪛㪶㪣㪘㪤㪧 㪊㪇
㪊㪈 㪩㪶㪣㪜㪛 㪧㪮㪜㪩㪣㪜㪛㪈 㪊㪉
㪊㪊 㪧㪮㪜㪩㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪘㪣㪘㪩㪤㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪊㪋
㪊㪌 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪍
㪊㪎 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㫀㪩㪶㪚㪘㪧㫀㪥 㪊㪏
㪊㪐 㫀㪩㪶㫀㪥 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪋㪇 㪈 䋫
㪉 㪥㪚
㪊 䋭
㪞㪥㪛 㪈
㪧㪮㪩㪢㪜㪰 㪉
㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪇 㪊
㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪈 㪋
㪞㪥㪛 㪌
㪈 䋫
㪮㫆㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪈 㪉 䋭
㪮㫆㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪉
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪊
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪋
㪮㫆㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪌
㪮㫆㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪍
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪎
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪏
㪈 䋫
㪉 㪥㪚
㪞㪶㪣㪜㪛 㪈 㪊 䋭
㪩㪶㪣㪜㪛 㪉
㪧㪮㪩㪣㪜㪛㪈 㪊
㪧㪮㪩㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪋
㪘㪣㪘㪩㪤㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪌
㪪㪫㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪍
㪪㫀㪞㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪎
㪞㪥㪛 㪏
㫀㪩㪶㪚㪘㪧㫀㪥 㪐 㪈 䋫
㪪㪫㪙㪰㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪈㪇 㪉 䋭
㫀㪩㪶㫀㪥 㪈㪈
㪚㪥㪉㪈
㪭㪟㪄㪈㪇㪧
㪚㪥㪍㪋
㪭㪟㪄㪈㪇㪧
㪚㪥㪊
㪧㪟㪄㪈㪈㪧
㪚㪥㪍㪏
㪧㪟㪄㪈㪈㪧
㪧㫆㫎㪼㫉 㪪㫌㫇㫇㫃㫐 㪬㫅㫀㫋 㪧㪘㪥㪜㪣
㪚㪥㪍㪈
㪭㪟㪄㪍㪧
㪤㪸㫀㫅 㪛㫀㪾㫀㫋㪸㫃 㪧㪮㪙
㪚㪥㪍㪊
㪜㪟㪄㪏㪧
㪚㪥㪧㪧㪪
㪜㪟㪄㪈㪌㪧
㪜㪚㪇㪈
㪣㪭㪛㪪㪋㪈㪄㪚㪦㪥㪥㪜
㪚㪥㪈
㪛㪝㪈㪊㪄㪊㪇㪛㪪
㪪㫌㪹 㪧㪮㪙
㪧㪧㪤㪈
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪏㪟
㪧㪧㪤㪉
㪛㪝㪊㪛㪄㪈㪌㪟
㪪㪠㪛㪜 㪫㪜㪩㪤㪠㪥㪘㪣
㪧㪝㪪
㪱㪟㪄㪈㪊㪭
㪚㪦㪥㪫㪩㪦㪣 㪧㪮㪙
㪣㪜㪛 㪧㪮㪙
㪧㪚㪤㪉
㪧㪟㪄㪇㪌㪟㪄㪛
㪧㪚㪤㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪊㪊㪈㪄㪈㪈㪭
㪡㪤㪪㪬㪆㪧㪪㪤
㪌㪇㪈㪋㪐㪊㪄㪉㪇㪇㪭㪧㪆㪌㪇㪈㪋㪐㪎㪄㪉㪇㪇㪭㪪
㪧㪤㪚
㪌㪇㪈㪌㪎㪈㪄㪋㪇㪟
㪧㪫㪮
㪌㪊㪉㪐㪇㪄㪇㪎㪭㪧㪄㪛
㪧㪝㪘㪈
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪊㪟
㪧㪫㪝
㪱㪟㪄㪈㪊㪟
㪧㪮㪇㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪏㪍㪋㪄㪏㪇㪟㪣㫆㫎
㪧㪘㪇㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪎㪏㪍㪄㪏㪇㪈㪈
㪧㪦㪛 㪧㪮㪙
㪧㪧㪬㪈
㪭㪟㪄㪍㪧
㪝㪠㪣㪫㪜㪩㩷㪧㪮㪙
㪪㪠㪛㪜 㪟㪛㪤㪠 㪧㪮㪙
㪧㪟㪇㪈
㪝㪠㪩㪄㪉㪈㪟
㪧㪋㪇㪊
㪝㪠㪩㪄㪉㪈㪟
㪧㪮㪪
㪌㪉㪋㪈㪏㪄㪇㪎㪟㪪㪄㪛
㪦㪧㪫 㪧㪮㪙
㪧㪟㪇㪉
㪝㪠㪩㪄㪉㪈㪟
㪧㪋㪇㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪊㪊㪈㪄㪇㪉㪭
㪧㪝㪘㪈
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪊㪟
㪧㪝㪘㪉
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪊㪟
㪪㪧㪄㪪㫀㪻㪼 㩿㪩㪀
㪪㪧㪄㪙㫆㫋㫋㫆㫄 㩿㪩㪀
㪪㪧㪄㪪㫀㪻㪼 㩿㪣㪀
㪪㪧㪄㪙㫆㫋㫋㫆㫄 㩿㪣㪀
㪧㪪㪧㪢
㪧㪘㪄㪇㪏㪟
58(a)
㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀 㪈 㪈 㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀
㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀 㪉 㪉 㪭㪸㩿㪍㪇㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪊 㪊 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪋 㪋 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪞㪥㪛 㪌 㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀 㪏 㪏 㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀
㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀 㪐 㪐 㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀
㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪭㫊㩿㪏㪇㪭㪀
㪥㪅㪚㪅 㪈 㪈 㪥㪅㪚㪅
㪭㫊㪸㪾㫆 㪉 㪉 㪭㫊㪸㪾㫆
㪭㪺㪼㪾㫆 㪊 㪊 㪭㪺㪼㪾㫆
㪭㫉㫊 㪋 㪋 㪭㫉㫊
㪭㫉㪸 㪌 㪌 㪭㫉㪸
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪏 㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪭㫇㫉㪉㩿㪪㪫㪙㪊㪅㪊㪭㪀 㪐 㪐 㪭㫇㫉㪉㩿㪪㪫㪙㪊㪅㪊㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪭㪺㪺㩿㪌㪅㪈㪭㪀
㪘㪚㩿㪣㪀 㪈 㪈 㪘㪚㩿㪣㪀
㪥㪚 㪉 㪉 㪥㪚
㪘㪚 㪠㪥 㪘㪚㩿㪥㪀 㪊 㪊 㪘㪚㩿㪥㪀
㪥㪚 㪋 㪋 㪥㪚
㪥㪚 㪌 㪌 㪥㪚
㪝㪅㪞㪅 㪍 㪍 㪝㪅㪞㪅
㪪㪫㪙㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪈 㪈 㪪㪫㪙㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪫㪙㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪊 㪊 㪪㪫㪙㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㫆㪝㪝 㪋 㪋 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㫆㪝㪝
㪘㪚㪚㪣㫆㪚㪢 㪌 㪌 㪘㪚㪚㪣㫆㪚㪢
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪈 㪍 㪍 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪈
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪉 㪎 㪎 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪉
㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪊 㪏 㪏 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪊
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪈 㪈 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪉 㪉 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪊 㪊 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪋 㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪌 㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪂㪈㪇㪭 㪎 㪎 㪂㪈㪇㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪏 㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪂㪈㪍㪭 㪐 㪐 㪂㪈㪍㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉 㪈㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪂㪈㪉㪭 㪈㪊 㪈㪊 㪂㪈㪉㪭
㪂㪈㪉㪭 㪈㪋 㪈㪋 㪂㪈㪉㪭
㪂㪈㪉㪭 㪈㪌 㪈㪌 㪂㪈㪉㪭
㪣㪚㪛㪶㪞㫆 㪈 㪈 㪩㪘㪇㪄
㪙㪣㪶㫆㪥 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀
㪠㪄㪧㪮㪤 㪊 㪊 㪩㪘㪇㪂
㪙㪣㪶㫀㪥㪪㪫 㪋 㪋 㪪㪚㪣
㪞㪥㪛 㪌 㪌 㪩㪘㪈㪄
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀 㪎 㪎 㪩㪘㪈㪂
㪫㪘㪈㪄 㪏 㪏 㪪㪛㪘
㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪫㪘㪈㪂 㪐 㪐 㪩㪘㪉㪄
㪊 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪋 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀
㪪㪆㪧㪛㫀㪫 㪈 㪈 㪪㪆㪧㪛㫀㪫 㪌 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪍 㪫㪙㪈㪄 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪩㪘㪉㪂
㪩㪞㪙㪂㪌㪭 㪉 㪉 㫀㪩㪂㪌㪭 㪎 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪏 㪫㪙㪈㪂 㪈㪉 㪈㪉 㪚㪧㪬㪞㪦
㪞㪥㪛 㪊 㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪐 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀 㪈㪊 㪈㪊 㪩㪘㪚㪣㪢㪄
㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪂 㪋 㪋 㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪂 㪈㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉 㪫㪚㪈㪄 㪈㪋 㪈㪋 㪧㪛㪧㪞㪦
㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪄 㪌 㪌 㪤㫆㪫㫆㪩㪄 㪈㪊 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪈㪋 㪫㪚㪈䋫 㪈㪌 㪈㪌 㪩㪘㪚㪣㪢㪂
㪡㫆㫀㪥㪫㪛㪜㪫 㪍 㪍 㪡㫆㫀㪥㪫㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪍 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪍 㪈㪍 㪠㪩㪨
㪪㪮㪶㪚㫆㪤 㪎 㪎 㪪㪮㪶㪚㫆㪤 㪈㪎 㪂㪈㪍㪭 㪂㪈㪇㪭 㪈㪏 㪫㪚㪣㪢㪈㪄 㪈㪎 㪈㪎 㪩㪘㪊㪄
㪈㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪮㫀㪭㪜㪣㪶㪞 㪉㪇 㪫㪚㪣㪢㪈㪂 㪈㪏 㪈㪏 㪧㪛㪮㪥
㪉㪈 㫀㪩㪶㫀㪥 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪰㪆㪭 㪉㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪐 㪈㪐 㪩㪘㪊㪂
㪉㪊 㫀㪩㫆㪬㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪋 㪫㪛㪈㪄 㪉㪇 㪉㪇 㪞㪥㪛㩿㪣㪭㪛㪪㪀
㪉㪌 㫀㪩㫆㪝㪝 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪰㪶㪜 㪉㪍 㪫㪛㪈㪂 㪉㪈 㪉㪈 㪩㪘㪋㪄
㪉㪎 㪟㪧㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪏 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪉 㪉㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪉㪐 㪝㫀㪥 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪧㪙 㪊㪇 㪫㪜㪈㪄 㪉㪊 㪉㪊 㪩㪘㪋㪂
㪊㪈 㪩㫀㪥 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪉 㪫㪜㪈㪂 㪉㪋 㪉㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪊㪊 㪚㪧㪛㪜㪫 㪤㪘㫀㪥㪶㪧㪩㪆㪚 㪊㪋 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪌 㪉㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪈 㪭㪚㪚 㪊㪌 㪪㪮㪭㪣㪛㪜㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪍 㪙㫀㪫㪇㪉 㪉㪍 㪉㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪉 㪣㫆㪚㪢 㪊㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪬㪙㪶㪰㪆㪭 㪊㪏 㪙㫀㪫㪇㪈 㪉㪎 㪉㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪐 㪘㪜㪧㪶㪩 㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪇 㪙㫀㪫㪇㪇 㪉㪏 㪉㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪋㪈 㪘㪜㪧㪶㪣 㪪㪆㪧㪛㫀㪫 㪋㪉 㪪㪚㪣 㪉㪐 㪉㪐 㪞㪥㪛
㪋㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪋 㪪㪛㪘 㪊㪇 㪊㪇 㪞㪥㪛
㪋㪌 㪘㪪㪧㪶㪩 㪪㪛㪶㪰㫆 㪋㪍 㪩㪯㪛 㪊㪈
㪋㪎 㪘㪪㪧㪶㪣 㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪏 㪫㪯㪛 㪊㪉
㪋㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪛㪶㪚㫆 㪌㪇 㪚㪫㪪 㪊㪊
㪌㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪉 㪩㪫㪪 㪊㪋
㪌㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪋 㪧㪥㪣㪩㪪㪫 㪊㪌
㪌㪌 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪣㪶㪪 㪌㪍 㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥 㪊㪍
㪈 㪭㪚㪚 㪌㪎 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪩㪶㪪 㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪏 㪫㪜㪤㪧㪶㪘㪣㪫 㪊㪎
㪉 㪣㫆㪚㪢 㪌㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪟㫀㪝㫀㪶㪩 㪍㪇 㪛㫆㫆㪩㪶㪘㪣㪫 㪊㪏
㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪍㪈 㪪㪚㪣㪈㪶㪊㪭㪶㪈㪇㪇 㪟㫀㪝㫀㪶㪣 㪍㪉 㪠㪩㪨㪆㪝㪘㪥㪶㪘㪣㪫 㪊㪐
㪍㪊 㪪㪛㪘㪈㪶㪊㪭㪶㪈㪇㪇 㪞㪥㪛 㪍㪋 㪧㪛㪮㪥 㪋㪇
㪍㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪟㪛㪛㪶㪣 㪍㪍 㪙㪣㪶㪧㪮㪤 㪋㪈
㪍㪎 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪐 㪟㪛㪛㪶㪩 㪍㪏
㪍㪐 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪏 㪞㪥㪛 㪎㪇
㪎㪈 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪎 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪣㪶㪤 㪎㪉
㪎㪊 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪍 㪪㪜㪣㪶㪩㪶㪤 㪎㪋
㪎㪌 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪎㪍
㪎㪎 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪋 㪬㪘㪫㪯㪛㪊 㪎㪏
㪎㪐 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪊 㪬㪘㪩㪯㪛㪊 㪏㪇
㪏㪈 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪏㪉
㪏㪊 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪈 㪬㪘㪩㪫㪪㪊㪶㪥 㪏㪋
㪏㪌 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪛㪇 㪬㪘㪚㪫㪪㪊㪶㪥 㪏㪍
㪏㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪤㪛㪤㪶㪛㪚㪛㪶㪥 㪏㪏
㪏㪐 㪍㪌㪍㫆㪶㪚㪣㪢 㪤㪛㪤㪶㪩㪪㪫㪶㪥 㪐㪇
㪐㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪫㪬㪥㪩㪪㪫㪶㪥 㪐㪉
㪐㪊 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪟㪛 㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪉㪶㪥 㪐㪋
㪐㪌 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪭㪛 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪶㪉㪶㪫㪻 㪐㪍
㪐㪎 㪘㪣㪜㪩㪫 㪘㪥㪫㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪐㪏
㪐㪐 㫀㪩㪙㪶㪩㪪㪫㪶㪥 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇㪇
㪈㪇㪈 㫀㪩㪶㪚㪘㪧㫀㪥 㪪㪚㪣㪇㪶㪊㪭㪶㪋㪇㪇 㪈㪇㪉
㪈㪇㪊 㪘㪭㫀㪩㪪㪜㪣 㪪㪛㪘㪇㪶㪊㪭㪶㪋㪇㪇 㪈㪇㪋
㪈㪇㪌 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㫆㪝㪝 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇㪍
㪈㪇㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪝㪜㪚㪶㪫㪤㪚㪚㪝 㪈㪇㪏
㪈㪇㪐 㪬㪜㫀㪶㪫㪯㪛㪶㪥 㪍㪌㪍㪶㪝㪣㪛 㪈㪈㪇
㪈㪈㪈 㪬㪜㫀㪶㪩㪯㪛㪶㪥 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪇 㪈㪈㪉
㪈㪈㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪈 㪈㪈㪋
㪈㪈㪌 㪝㪘㪥㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪝㪜㪚㪶㪫㪤㪚㪚㪝㪉 㪈㪈㪍
㪈㪈㪎 㪤㪧㫆㪜 㪈㪈㪏
㪈㪈㪐 㪤㪪㪛 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪇㪶㪉 㪈㪉㪇
㪈㪉㪈 㪤㪧㪚㪜 㪪㪫㪬㪥㪩㪜㪨㪈㪶㪉 㪈㪉㪉
㪈㪉㪊 㪤㪪㪫 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉㪋
㪈㪉㪌 㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥 㪪㪚㪘㪩㪫㪶㪩 㪈㪉㪍
㪭㪌㪶㪚㪰 㪈 㪈 㪭㪌㪶㪚㪰 㪈㪉㪎 㪣㪥㪙㪪㪟㫆㪩㪫 㪪㪚㪘㪩㪫㪶㪞 㪈㪉㪏
㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉㪐 㪘㪬㪛㫀㫆㪶㪤㪬㪫㪜 㪪㪚㪘㪩㪫㪶㪙 㪈㪊㪇
㪭㪌㪶㪧㪙 㪊 㪊 㪭㪌㪶㪧㪙 㪈㪊㪈 㪩㪜㪚㪶㪤㪬㪫㪜 㪫㪯㪫㪶㪙㪣㪢 㪈㪊㪉
㪞㪥㪛 㪋 㪋 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊㪊 㪟㪧㪶㪤㪬㪫㪜 㪫㪯㪫㪶㪟㪛 㪈㪊㪋
㪭㪌㪶㪧㪩 㪌 㪌 㪭㪌㪶㪧㪩 㪈㪊㪌 㪟㪧㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪫㪯㪫㪶㪭㪛 㪈㪊㪍
㪞㪥㪛 㪍 㪍 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊㪏
㪭㪌㪶㪣 㪎 㪎 㪭㪌㪶㪣 㪈㪊㪐 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪎 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪚㪣㪢 㪈㪋㪇
㪭㪌㪶㪩 㪏 㪏 㪭㪌㪶㪩 㪈㪋㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪍 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪉
㪞㪥㪛 㪐 㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪊 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪌 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪜㪥 㪈㪋㪋
㫀㪥㪌㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪇 㪈㪇 㫀㪥㪌㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪋㪌 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪋 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪪㪰㪥㪚 㪈㪋㪍
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪎 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪊 㪫㪪㪊㪶㪛㪇 㪈㪋㪏
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪉 㪈㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪋㪐 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪉 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪌㪇
㪫㪂㪐㪭 㪈㪊 㪈㪊 㪫㪂㪐㪭 㪈㪌㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪈 㪙㪛㪶㪻㪜㪫㪇 㪈㪌㪉
㪈㪌㪊 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪇 㪙㪛㪶㪻㪜㪫㪈 㪈㪌㪋
㪈㪌㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪙㪛㪶㪻㪜㪫㪉 㪈㪌㪍
㪈㪌㪎 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪚㪣㪢 㪈㪌㪏
㪈㪌㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪮㫀㪭㪜㪣㪶㪘㫉㫀 㪈㪍㪇
㪈㪍㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪪㪰㪥㪚 㪛㪜㪪㪫㪇 㪈㪍㪉
㪈㪍㪊 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪜㪥 㪛㪜㪪㪫㪈 㪈㪍㪋
㪈㪍㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪍㪍
㪈㪍㪎 㪪㪫㪭㪶㪘㪝㪚 㪘㪭㪚㪫㪯㪛 㪈㪍㪏
㪈㪍㪐 㪤㪫㪭㪶㪘㪝㪚 㪘㪭㪚㪩㪯㪛 㪈㪎㪇
㪈㪎㪈 㪘㪭㪚㪚㪫㪪㪶㪥 㪈㪎㪉
㪈㪎㪊 㪘㪭㪚㪩㪫㪪㪶㪥 㪈㪎㪋
㪈㪎㪌 㪚㪈㪶㫀㪥 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪎㪍
㪈㪎㪎 㪪㫀㪞㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪚㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪈㪎㪏
㪈㪎㪐 㪛㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪈㪏㪇
㪈㪏㪈 㪫㪭㪪㪶㪣 㪪㪮㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪈㪏㪉
㪈㪏㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪛㫀㪧㪶㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪏㪋
㪈㪏㪌 㪫㪯㪛㪂 㪉㪊㪉㪚㪶㪪㪜㪣 㪈㪏㪍
㪈㪏㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪜㪯㪫㪶㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫 㪈㪏㪏
㪈㪏㪐 㪫㪯㪛㪄 㪛㪫㪫㪶㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩 㪈㪐㪇
㪈㪐㪈 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪐㪉
㪈㪐㪊 㪩㪯㫀㪥㪂 㪈㪐㪋
㪈㪐㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪐㪍
㪈㪐㪎 㪩㪯㫀㪥㪄 㪈㪐㪏
㪈㪐㪐 㪞㪥㪛 㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪇㪇
㪚㪥㪉㪈
㪭㪟㪄㪈㪇㪧
㪚㪥㪍㪋
㪭㪟㪄㪈㪇㪧
㪚㪥㪊
㪧㪟㪄㪈㪈㪧
㪚㪥㪍㪏
㪧㪟㪄㪈㪈㪧
㪚㪥㪍㪈
㪭㪟㪄㪍㪧
㪚㪥㪍㪊
㪜㪟㪄㪏㪧
㪚㪥㪧㪧㪪
㪜㪟㪄㪈㪌㪧
㪜㪚㪇㪈
㪣㪭㪛㪪㪋㪈㪄㪚㪦㪥㪥㪜
㪚㪥㪈
㪛㪝㪈㪊㪄㪊㪇㪛㪪
㪧㪧㪤㪈
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪏㪟
㪧㪧㪤㪉
㪛㪝㪊㪛㪄㪈㪌㪟
㪧㪝㪪
㪱㪟㪄㪈㪊㪭
㪡㪤㪪㪬㪆㪧㪪㪤
㪌㪇㪈㪋㪐㪊㪄㪉㪇㪇㪭㪧㪆㪌㪇㪈㪋㪐㪎㪄㪉㪇㪇㪭㪪
㪧㪫㪮
㪌㪊㪉㪐㪇㪄㪇㪎㪭㪧㪄㪛
㪧㪝㪘㪈
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪊㪟
㪧㪫㪝
㪱㪟㪄㪈㪊㪟
㪧㪧㪬㪈
㪭㪟㪄㪍㪧
㪧㪮㪪
㪌㪉㪋㪈㪏㪄㪇㪎㪟㪪㪄㪛
㪧㪝㪘㪈
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪊㪟
㪧㪝㪘㪉
㪱㪟㪄㪇㪊㪟
Main Digital PWB
Power
Supply
Unit
Filter
PWB
Opt
PWB
Side
Terminal
PWB
Panel
58(b) CH 1
Sub Digital PWB
㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪏㪇 㪈 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪊 㪎㪐 㪉 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪊
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪉 㪎㪏 㪊 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪉
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪈 㪎㪎 㪋 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪈
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪇 㪎㪍 㪌 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈㪇
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪐 㪎㪌 㪍 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪐
㪞㪥㪛 㪎㪋 㪎 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪘㫉㫀
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪏 㪎㪊 㪏 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪏
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪎 㪎㪉 㪐 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪎
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪍 㪎㪈 㪈㪇 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪍
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪌 㪎㪇 㪈㪈 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪌
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪋 㪍㪐 㪈㪉 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪋
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪊 㪍㪏 㪈㪊 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪊
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪉 㪍㪎 㪈㪋 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪉
㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈 㪍㪍 㪈㪌 㪪㪙㪘㪛㪛㪈
㪞㪥㪛 㪍㪌 㪈㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪎 㪍㪋 㪈㪎 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪎
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪍 㪍㪊 㪈㪏 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪍
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪌 㪍㪉 㪈㪐 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪌
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪋 㪍㪈 㪉㪇 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪋
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪊 㪍㪇 㪉㪈 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪊
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪉 㪌㪐 㪉㪉 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪉
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪈 㪌㪏 㪉㪊 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪈
㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪇 㪌㪎 㪉㪋 㪪㪙㪛㪘㪫㪇
㪪㪙㫆㪜㪶㪥 㪌㪍 㪉㪌 㪪㪙㫆㪜㪈㪈㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪮㪜㪶㪥 㪌㪌 㪉㪍 㪪㪙㪮㪜㪈㪈㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪙㪜㪇㪶㪥 㪌㪋 㪉㪎 㪪㪙㪙㪜㪇㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪘㪚㪢㪶㪥 㪌㪊 㪉㪏 㪪㪙㪘㪚㪢㪶㪥
㪞㪥㪛 㪌㪉 㪉㪐 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪙㪚㪣㪢㪶㪊 㪌㪈 㪊㪇 㪪㪙㪚㪣㪢㪶㪊
㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪈㪶㪥 㪌㪇 㪊㪈 㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪈㪶㪥
㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪧㪩㫆㪞 㪋㪐 㪊㪉 㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪧㪩㫆㪞
㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㫀㪥㫀㪫 㪋㪏 㪊㪊 㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㫀㪥㫀㪫
㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪛㫆㪥㪜 㪋㪎 㪊㪋 㪚㫆㪥㪝㪶㪛㫆㪥㪜
㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪍 㪊㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪚㪣㪢㫆 㪋㪌 㪊㪍 㪤㪚㪣㪢㫆
㪞㪥㪛 㪋㪋 㪊㪎 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪛㫆㪛 㪋㪊 㪊㪏 㪤㪛㫆㪛
㪤㫆㪭㪘㪣 㪋㪉 㪊㪐 㪤㫆㪭㪘㪣
㪤㫆㪪㪫㪩㪫 㪋㪈 㪋㪇 㪤㫆㪪㪫㪩㪫
㪚㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪋㪇 㪋㪈 㪚㪩㪯㫀㪥
㪛㪩㪯㫀㪥 㪊㪐 㪋㪉 㪛㪩㪯㫀㪥
㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪏 㪋㪊 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪚㪣㪢 㪊㪎 㪋㪋 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪚㪣㪢
㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪍 㪋㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪎 㪊㪌 㪋㪍 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪎
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪍 㪊㪋 㪋㪎 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪍
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪌 㪊㪊 㪋㪏 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪌
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪋 㪊㪉 㪋㪐 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪋
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪊 㪊㪈 㪌㪇 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪊
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪉 㪊㪇 㪌㪈 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪉
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪈 㪉㪐 㪌㪉 㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪈
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪛㪇 㪉㪏 㪌㪊 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪛㪇
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪜㪥 㪉㪎 㪌㪋 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪜㪥
㪤㪧㪜㪞㪶㪧㪪㪰㪥㪚 㪉㪍 㪌㪌 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪧㪪㪰㪥㪚
㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪌 㪌㪍 㪞㪥㪛
㪧㪣㪣㪶㪍㪍㪤 㪉㪋 㪌㪎 㪧㪣㪣㪶㪍㪍㪤
㪞㪥㪛 㪉㪊 㪌㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪙㪚㪜㪍㪸㪶㪥 㪉㪉 㪌㪐 㪪㪙㪚㪜㪍㪸㪶㪥
㪪㪙㪚㪜㪎㪶㪥 㪉㪈 㪍㪇 㪪㪙㪚㪜㪎㪶㪥
㪧㫆㪛㪶㪚㪛㪶㪥 㪉㪇 㪍㪈 㪧㫆㪛㪶㪚㪛㪶㪥
㫀㪩㪜㪨㪶㪥 㪈㪐 㪍㪉 㫀㪩㪜㪨㪶㪥
㪧㪞㪶㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪈㪏 㪍㪊 㪧㪞㪶㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥 㪈㪎 㪍㪋 㪧㪥㪣㫆㪥
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪊 㪈㪍 㪍㪌 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪊
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪉 㪈㪌 㪍㪍 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪉
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪈 㪈㪋 㪍㪎 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪈
㪪㪛㪮㪧 㪈㪊 㪍㪏 㪪㪛㪮㪧
㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪇 㪈㪉 㪍㪐 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪇
㪪㪛㪚㪛 㪈㪈 㪎㪇 㪪㪛㪚㪛
㪪㪛㪚㪤㪛 㪈㪇 㪎㪈 㪪㪛㪚㪤㪛
㪞㪥㪛 㪐 㪎㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪛㪚㪣㪢 㪏 㪎㪊 㪪㪛㪚㪣㪢
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪎㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪍 㪎㪌
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪌 㪎㪍 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪋 㪎㪎 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪊 㪎㪏 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪉 㪎㪐 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪈 㪏㪇 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭
㪮㪧 㪉㪈 㪈 㪮㪧
㪟㪧㪛 㪉㪇 㪉 㪟㪧㪛
㪂㪌㪭㪛㪜㪫 㪈㪐 㪊 㪂㪌㪭㪛㪜㪫
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪏 㪋 㪞㪥㪛
㪪㪛㪘 㪈㪎 㪌 㪪㪛㪘
㪪㪚㪣 㪈㪍 㪍 㪪㪚㪣
㪘㪚㪢 㪈㪌 㪎 㪘㪚㪢
㪪㪰㪥㪚㪂㪌㪭 㪈㪋 㪏 㪪㪰㪥㪚㪂㪌㪭
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪊 㪐 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪚㪄 㪈㪉 㪈㪇 㪩㪯㪚㪄
㪩㪯㪚㪂 㪈㪈 㪈㪈 㪩㪯㪚㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇 㪈㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪇㪄 㪐 㪈㪊 㪩㪯㪇㪄
㪩㪯㪇㪂 㪏 㪈㪋 㪩㪯㪇㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪎 㪈㪌 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪈㪄 㪍 㪈㪍 㪩㪯㪈㪄
㪩㪯㪈㪂 㪌 㪈㪎 㪩㪯㪈㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪋 㪈㪏 㪞㪥㪛
㪩㪯㪉㪄 㪊 㪈㪐 㪩㪯㪉㪄
㪩㪯㪉㪂 㪉 㪉㪇 㪩㪯㪉㪂
㪞㪥㪛 㪈 㪉㪈 㪞㪥㪛
㪚㪜㪚 㪈 㪈 㪚㪜㪚
㪞㪥㪛 㪉 㪉 㪞㪥㪛
㪈 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪊㪶 㪞㪥㪛 㪉
㪊 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪇㪶 㪋
㪌 㪪㪛㪚㪤㪛㪶 㪞㪥㪛 㪍
㪎 㪞㪥㪛 㪪㪛㪚㪣㪢㪶㫆㪬㪫 㪏
㪐 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪈㪶 㪞㪥㪛 㪈㪇
㪈㪈 㪪㪛㪛㪘㪫㪉㪶 㪪㪛㪚㪛㪶 㪈㪉
㪈㪊 㪪㪛㪮㪧㪶 㪧㫆㪮㪜㪩㪶㪉㪶㪫㪻 㪈㪋
㪈㪌 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪛㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪈㪍
㪈㪎 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪚㪘㪩㪛㪶㫀㪥 㪈㪏
㪈㪐 㪙㫀㪚㪚㪣㪢㪚㪥㪞 㪪㪚㪇㪭㪚㪚㪜㪥㪶㪥 㪉㪇
㪉㪈 㪝㪩㪜㪪㪜㪫㪶㪥 㪪㪚㪇㪚㪎㫀㫆 㪉㪉
㪉㪊 㪪㪚㪇㪩㪪㪫 㪪㪚㪇㪛㪜㪫㪶㪥 㪉㪋
㪉㪌 㪞㪥㪛 㪧㪮㪩㪢㪜㪰 㪉㪍
㪉㪎 㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪇 㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪈 㪉㪏
㪉㪐 㪙㪘㪚㪢㪶㪩㪪㪫 㪞㪣㪜㪛㪶㪣㪘㪤㪧 㪊㪇
㪊㪈 㪩㪶㪣㪜㪛 㪧㪮㪜㪩㪣㪜㪛㪈 㪊㪉
㪊㪊 㪧㪮㪜㪩㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪘㪣㪘㪩㪤㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪊㪋
㪊㪌 㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪞㪥㪛 㪊㪍
㪊㪎 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㫀㪩㪶㪚㪘㪧㫀㪥 㪊㪏
㪊㪐 㫀㪩㪶㫀㪥 㪪㪙㪰㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪋㪇 㪈 䋫
㪉 㪥㪚
㪊 䋭
㪞㪥㪛 㪈
㪧㪮㪩㪢㪜㪰 㪉
㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪇 㪊
㪘㪛㪢㪜㪰㪈 㪋
㪞㪥㪛 㪌
㪈 䋫
㪮㫆㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪈 㪉 䋭
㪮㫆㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪉
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪊
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪣㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪋
㪮㫆㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪌
㪮㫆㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪍
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪧 㪎
㪪㫀㪻㪼㪑㪩㫆㫌㫋㪄㪥 㪏
㪈 䋫
㪉 㪥㪚
㪞㪶㪣㪜㪛 㪈 㪊 䋭
㪩㪶㪣㪜㪛 㪉
㪧㪮㪩㪣㪜㪛㪈 㪊
㪧㪮㪩㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪋
㪘㪣㪘㪩㪤㪣㪜㪛㪇 㪌
㪪㪫㪙㪰㪂㪌㪅㪇㪭 㪍
㪪㫀㪞㪂㪌㪅㪍㪭 㪎
㪞㪥㪛 㪏
㫀㪩㪶㪚㪘㪧㫀㪥 㪐 㪈 䋫
㪪㪫㪙㪰㪂㪊㪅㪊㪭 㪈㪇 㪉 䋭
㫀㪩㪶㫀㪥 㪈㪈
㪧㪚㪤㪉
㪧㪟㪄㪇㪌㪟㪄㪛
㪧㪚㪤㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪊㪊㪈㪄㪈㪈㪭
㪧㪤㪚
㪌㪇㪈㪌㪎㪈㪄㪋㪇㪟
㪧㪮㪇㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪏㪍㪋㪄㪏㪇㪟㪣㫆㫎
㪧㪘㪇㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪎㪏㪍㪄㪏㪇㪈㪈
㪧㪟㪇㪈
㪝㪠㪩㪄㪉㪈㪟
㪧㪋㪇㪊
㪝㪠㪩㪄㪉㪈㪟
㪧㪟㪇㪉
㪝㪠㪩㪄㪉㪈㪟
㪧㪋㪇㪈
㪌㪇㪈㪊㪊㪈㪄㪇㪉㪭
㪧㪪㪧㪢
㪧㪘㪄㪇㪏㪟
Main Digital PWB
POD
PWB
Side
HDMI
PWB
Control
PWB
LED
PWB
To Speakers
Cable assembly - Main Digital to Control & LED
Part number EF26021C
58(c)
CH 1
CH 4
DW2U
59
FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM
TABLE OF CONTENTS
QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Back Cover 1)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
60
DW2U
② Remove Screw M3M 6*18HX (2 Pcs.)
③ Remove Screw M3M 6*18HX (2 Pcs.)
① Remove Screw M3M 6*12X (2 Pcs.)
QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Back Cover 2)
61
DW2U
BACK COVER
① Remove Screw M3D_4*10BD (34 Pcs.)
QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Power Unit)
62
DW2U
POWER UNIT
① Remove Screw M3E 3*8 (3 Pcs.)
② Remove Screw M3M 3*8 (3 Pcs.)
QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Chassis Block)
63
DW2U
① Remove Screw M3E 4*10 (2 Pcs.)
CHASSIS BLOCK
QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Terminal Metal)
64
DW2U
② Remove Screw M3E 3*8 (4 Pcs.)
③ Remove Screw D-Su51 (2 Pcs)
④ Remove Tuner Nut and Washer
⑤ Remove Screw T2B 3*10 (4 Pcs.)
⑥ Remove Screw M3E 3*8 (4 Pcs.)
⑦ Remove Screw M3M 3*6 (4 Pcs.)

QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (POD PWB)
65
DW2U
① Remove Screw M3E 3*8
② Remove POD PWB Assy


QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Main / Sub Digital PWB)
66
DW2U
③ Remove Main Digital PWB Assy


④ Remove Sub Digital PWB Assy


IS NECESSARY TO RELEASE MAIN PWB AND
SUB PWB FROM BOARD HOLDERS(3 POSITIONS)
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
67
DW2U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
68
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
69
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
70
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
71
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
72
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
73
DW2U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
74
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
75
DW2U
D
W
1
U
FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE
76
DW2U
D
W
1
U
IT02 Pin 41 MPEG-DATA 0
1 2 3
4 5 6
7
11 IT02 Pin 66 MPEG_PKT_SYNC
10 IT02 Pin 63 MPEG_DATA EN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
4.0 V
SUBDIGITAL PWB
QAM/VSB DEMODULATOR
click here to go to circuit diagram
using a Color Bar signal with H sync 31 khz and V. sync 60 hz and a X10 probe.
Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram. Waveforms taken
WAVEFORMS
Signal amplitude and DC level shown at and @ respectively. ∆


DW2U
4.0 V 4.0 V
4.0 V 4.0 V
4.0 V 4.0 V
4.0 V
4.0 V
IT02 Pin 42 MPEG-DATA 1 IT02 Pin 47 MPEG-DATA 2
IT02 Pin 48 MPEG-DATA 3
IT02 Pin 50 MPEG-DATA 4 IT02 Pin 51 MPEG-CLK
8 9 5 IT02 Pin 54 MPEG-DATA 5
IT02 Pin 57 MPEG-DATA 6 IT02 Pin 59 MPEG-DATA 7/SER_DATA
77
12 13 14
15 16
I001 Pin 44 DATA I001 Pin 45 CLK I001 Pin 30 P
R
OUT 1
using a Color Bar signal with H sync 31 khz and V. sync 60 hz and a X10 probe.
Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram. Waveforms taken
WAVEFORMS
Signal amplitude and DC level shown at and @ respectively. ∆
78


DW2U
SUBDIGITAL PWB
I001 AV SWITCH
click here to go to circuit diagram
17
I001 Pin 29 P
B
OUT 1 I001 Pin 28 Y OUT I001 Pin 32 SUB/Y/V OUT
Symbol Pin No. Voltage Symbol Pin No. Voltage Symbol Pin No. Voltage
CN63 1 5.4 CNPPS 1 5.7 PCM1 1 0
2 0 2 5.7 2 4.3
3 3.3 3 5.7 3 0
4 0.1 4 0 4 4
5 3.8 5 0 5 5
6 5.3 6 0 6 5
7 3.3 7 10.8 7 5.8
8 3.3 8 0 8 0
9 17 9 0
Symbol Pin No. Voltage 10 0 10 3.3
CN64 1 60 11 0 11 0
2 60 12 0
3 5.1 13 12 Symbol Pin No. Voltage
4 5.1 14 12 PCM2 1 0
5 0 15 12 2 5
6 0 3 5
7 0 Symbol Pin No. Voltage 4 5
8 80 PTF 1 0 5 0
9 80 2 0
10 80 3 0 Symbol Pin No. Voltage
4 0 PSPK 1 5.3
Symbol Pin No. Voltage 5 0 2 5.3
CN68 1 NC 6 0 3 5.5
2 3.1 7 2.1 4 5.5
3 3.1 8 2.1 5 5.3
4 2.2 9 0 6 5.3
5 1.6 10 0 7 5.4
6 0 11 0 8 5.4
7 0 12 0
8 0 13 9 Symbol Pin No. Voltage
9 3.3 PFA2 1 NC
10 5.1 Symbol Pin No. Voltage 2 0
11 5.1 PFA1 1 NC 3 0
2 0
3 0 Symbol Pin No. Voltage
P401 1 0
2 0
DC VOLTAGES
(55" Models only)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DW2U
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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DW2U
Symbol Pin No. Voltage Symbol Pin No. Voltage Symbol Pin No. Voltage
IT05 1 3.3 IW03 1 1.2 IW04 1 3.3
2 0 2 0 2 0
3 1.3 3 0 3 1.2
4 5 4 0.3 4 2.5
5 5.8 5 2.5 5 3.3
6 0
Symbol Pin No. Voltage 7 0 Symbol Pin No. Voltage
IT11 1 4 8 2.5 UT01 1 0
2 0 2 5
3 1.3 Symbol Pin No. Voltage 3 0
4 1.8 IWP2 1 3.3 4 1.7
5 3.3 2 0 5 2.3
3 1.2 6 0
Symbol Pin No. Voltage 4 3.3 7 5
IT12 1 2 5 5.8 8 1.9
2 0 9 4.8
3 1.3 Symbol Pin No. Voltage 10 4.8
4 3.3 IWP1 1 2.3 11 2.8
5 5.8 2 5.8 12 1.9
3 5.8 13 2.2
Symbol Pin No. Voltage 4 0 14 0
IW02 1 0 5 0.5 15 2.2
2 5.8 6 0 16 2.2
3 0 7 3.3 17 0
4 0 8 3.3 18 5
5 0.15 9 0 19 0
10 0 20 5

80
DC VOLTAGES
(55" Models only)
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
DW2U
Subdigital 1 of 6
TUNER/DEMOD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
81
1 2 3 4 5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
82
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
DW2U
Subdigital 2 of 6
AV-SWITCH
12
13
16
15
14
17
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
83
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
TERMINAL
DW2U
Subdigital 3 of 6
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
84
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
200 pin I/F
DW2U
Subdigital 4 of 6
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
85
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
POWER SWIVEL
DW2U
Subdigital 5 of 6
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
86
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
UEI/IR BLASTER
DW2U
Subdigital 6 of 6
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
POD 1 of 1
POD
DW2U
87
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
Front HDMI 1 of 1
FRONT HDMI
DW2U
88
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
LED 1 of 1
LED
DW2U
89
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
OPT 1 of 1
OPT
DW2U
90
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
91
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
FILTER 1 of 1
FILTER
DW2U
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
SIDE TERMINAL 1 of 1
SIDE TERMINAL
DW2U
92
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics
important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY
• All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.
• Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6
A
B
C
D
E
CONTROL 1 of 1
CONTROL
DW2U
93
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB (Component side)
DW2-U
SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION
(Component side)
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94
A
B
C
D
1 2 3 4 5
QT03 B-5
QT04 B-5
I004 B-2 QT05 B-5
I005 B-2 QT06 C-3
IL01 B-2 QT07 C-3
IM05 D-3 QY01 B-3
IP03 D-5 QY02 B-3
IP05 B-1 QY03 B-3
IPT1 D-2
IT02 C-4
IT03 A-5
IT04 C-4 D001 B-3
IT05 A-5 D006 B-3
IT07 A-3 DL01 D-5
IT09 C-5 DL02 D-5
IT10 B-3 DL03 D-5
IT11 C-3 DL04 D-5
IT12 C-4 DM01 D-4
IY01 A-3 DM02 C-4
IY02 A-3 DP01 C-5
IY03 B-3 DP02 C-5
DP10 B-1
DP12 C-5
DPT1 D-2
Q001 A-2 DY01 A-3
Q002 A-2 DY02 A-3
Q007 B-2 DY03 A-3
Q008 B-2
Q009 B-2
Q010 B-2
Q011 C-3 XM02 C-3
Q012 A-2 XPT1 D-3
Q014 A-2 XT01 C-5
Q016 B-2 XT02 B-5
QL01 B-2 XT03 B-4
QM02 D-2 XT04 C-4
QP04 B-1 XT09 B-5
QP06 C-1
CRYSTAL & FILTER
IC
TRANSISTOR
DIODE
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB (Solder side)
DW2-U
95
SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION
(Solder side)
A
B
C
D
1 2 3 4 5
I001 B-4
IM01 D-4
IM02 C-4
IM03 C-4
IM04 D-3
IM06 C-3
IM07 C-4
IM08 C-4
IT06 B-2
IT08 A-2
Q013 C-4
Q015 C-4
QM01 D-4
QM03 C-4
QM04 C-3
QP05 B-5
QPS1 B-2
QT01 C-2
QT02 C-2
DP09 B-5
DPS1 B-2
DPS2 B-2
DT02 A-1
DT03 C-2
DT04 D-2
XM01 D-4
XT06 B-1
XT07 B-1
XT08 B-1
XT10 A-1
XT11 C-2
CRYSTAL & FILTER
IC
TRANSISTOR
DIODE
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U POD PWB (Component side)
DW2-U
96
SEMICONDUCTOR LIST
(Component side)

IW02
IW03
IW04
IWP1
IWP2
DW01
DW02
XWP1
DIODE
IC
CRYSTAL & FILTER
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U POD PWB (Solder side)
DW2-U
97
SEMICONDUCTOR LIST
(Solder side)

IW01
IWE1
IWE2

QW01
QWE1
IC
TRANSISTOR
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U FRONT HDMI PWB
DW2-U
QNJ1
QNJ2
QNJ3
QNJ5
TRANSISTOR
Component side
Solder side

(Component side) (Solder side)
98
SEMICONDUCTOR LIST

Component side
IH01
IH03
IH04
IH05
DH01
DH02
QH01
QH02
QH03
QH04
IC
DIODE
TRANSISTOR
IH02
IC
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U LED PWB
DW2-U
99
SEMICONDUCTOR LIST

(Component side)


(Solder side)
Component side Component side
Component side
Solder side
IN01
IN02
IC
DN01
DN02
HN01
HN02
DIODE
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U OPT PWB
DW2-U
100

(Component side)


(Solder side)
Component side Component side



PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U FILTER PWB
DW2-U

101

(Component side) (Solder side)
Component side
X9A1
X9A2
FILTER
QNJ1
QNJ2
TRANSISTOR
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U SIDE TERMINAL PWB
DW2-U
102

(Component side)
(Solder side)
QNJ1
QNJ2
QNJ3
QNJ5
TRANSISTOR
Component side
Component side
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
DW2-U CONTROL PWB
DW2-U
103

(Component side)
(Solder side)
QNJ1
QNJ2
QNJ3
QNJ5
TRANSISTOR
Component side





REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
Capacitors: Resistors: Semiconductors:
AL: Aluminum Electrolytic CF: Carbon Film TR: Transistor
CD: Ceramic Disc CC: Carbon Composition DI: Diode
EL: Electrolitic MF: Metal Oxide ZD: Zener Diode
PF: Polyester Film VR: Variable Resistor VA: Varistor
PP: Polypropylene WW: Wire Wound TH: Termistor
PL: Plastic FR: Fuse Resistor IC: Integrated Circuit
TA: Tantalum MG: Metal Grazed
PR: Paper
TM: Trimmer
MC: Mylar
ABBREVIATIONS
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SYMBOL PART No. DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
T
7
9
5
5
H
D
X
9
9
SYMBOL PART No. DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
T
7
9
5
5
H
D
X
9
9
C040 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
SUBDIGITAL PWB C041 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
JP50321 0 C042 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
JP50322 0 C043 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
JP50323 0 C044 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
CAPACITORS C045 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C001 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C046 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C002 AA01343R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.047UF 25V- 0 0 0 C047 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C003 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C048 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C004 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C049 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C005 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0 C060 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
C006 AA01116R CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V M 0 0 0 C061 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
C007 AA01343R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.047UF 25V- 0 0 0 C062 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
C008 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C063 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
C009 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C078 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
C012 AA01116R CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V M 0 0 0 C079 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0
C014 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C080 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
C015 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C081 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
C016 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C082 AA01185R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 0 0 0
C017 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C083 AA01141R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) 0 0 0
C018 0893188R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(47000PF 16V) 0 0 0 C084 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
C019 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C085 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
C020 AA01343R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.047UF 25V- 0 0 0 C086 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
C021 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C087 AA01141R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) 0 0 0
C022 0893188R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(47000PF 16V) 0 0 0 C088 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0
C023 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C089 AA00951R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 16V) 0 0 0
C024 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C090 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C025 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C091 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C026 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C092 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
C027 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C093 AA01113R CCC225K06-B-16CT 0 0 0
C028 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C094 AA00968R CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V 2012M) 0 0 0
C029 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 C096 AA01141R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) 0 0 0
C030 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C097 AA01141R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) 0 0 0
C031 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0A1 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0
C032 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0A2 AA01141R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) 0 0 0
C033 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0A3 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0
C034 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0A4 AA01141R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) 0 0 0
C035 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0A5 AA01121R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 10V) 0 0 0
C038 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0A6 AA01121R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 10V) 0 0 0
C039 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 C0K0 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
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PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
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SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
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C0K1 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 CT03 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
C0K2 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 CT04 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
C0K3 AA01136R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 CT11 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH01 0893333R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT12 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
CH02 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT15 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH03 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT16 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH04 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT17 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH05 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT18 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH06 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT19 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH07 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT20 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH08 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT21 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH09 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT22 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH10 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT23 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH13 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT24 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH14 AA01116R CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V M 0 0 0 CT25 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH15 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT26 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH16 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT27 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH17 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT28 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH18 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT29 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH19 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT30 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH20 0893333R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT31 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH21 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT32 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH22 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT33 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH23 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT34 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH24 AA01116R CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V M 0 0 0 CT35 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH25 AA01116R CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V M 0 0 0 CT36 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH26 AA01231R 0.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0 0 0 CT37 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH27 AA01216R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 1005B 1UF 6.3 0 0 0 CT38 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH28 AA01216R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 1005B 1UF 6.3 0 0 0 CT39 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH29 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT40 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CH30 CE00151R EZJZ0V80010 0 0 0 CT41 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL01 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT42 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL11 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT43 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL12 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT44 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL13 AA01347R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 25V-B) 0 0 0 CT45 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL21 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT46 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL22 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT47 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CL23 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT48 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM01 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 CT49 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM02 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 CT50 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM03 AA00968R CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V 2012M) 0 0 CT51 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CM06 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 CT52 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM07 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 CT53 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CM08 AA00955R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 2125 B 4.7UF 0 0 CT54 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM09 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 CT55 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CM10 0893199R CAP 1608CHIP 220PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 CT56 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CM11 0893199R CAP 1608CHIP 220PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 CT57 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CM12 AA01812R CCC153K50-B-16CT 0 0 CT58 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM13 AA01812R CCC153K50-B-16CT 0 0 CT59 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM14 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 CT60 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CM15 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT61 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM16 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 CT62 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CM17 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 CT63 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CP07 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0 CT64 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CP13 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0 CT65 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
CP14 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT66 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CP18 AA01185R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 0 0 CT67 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
CP19 AA01185R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 0 0 CT68 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CP20 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 CT69 AA01173R CCC1R0K50-B-32CT 1UF/50V-B-3225 0 0 0
CP21 AA00699R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UFK 16V B 3 0 0 CT71 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
CP22 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 CT72 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CP23 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 CT73 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CP24 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 CT74 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CPS1 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 CT75 AA01802R CCC103K50-B-16CT MCH18 0 0 0
CPS2 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CT76 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CPS3 0893211R CAP 1608CHIP 1500PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT77 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
CPS4 0893127R CAP 1608CHIP 120PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT78 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
CPS5 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0 CT79 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CPS6 0893127R CAP 1608CHIP 120PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT80 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CPS7 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT81 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CPT2 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 CT83 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CPT3 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0 CT84 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
CPT5 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT85 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CPT7 0893215R CAP 1608CHIP 3300PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CT86 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
CPT8 0893188R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(47000PF 16V) 0 0 0 CT89 0893123R CAP 1608CHIP 56PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0
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SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
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CT90 0893124R CAP 1608CHIP 68PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CY10 AD00633R CEC471M16-EWMT 105 0 0 0
CT91 0893115R CAP 1608CHIP 15PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CY11 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
CT92 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CY12 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
CT93 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CY13 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
CT95 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CY14 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0
CT96 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 CY15 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CT97 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 CY16 AA00966R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(4.7UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
CTA1 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
CTA3 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 DIODES
CTC1 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 D001 CC01921R SDS142WKF_PF 0 0 0
CTC2 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 DH02 CC01891R SDS511_PF 0 0 0
CTC3 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DM01 CC01891R SDS511_PF 0 0
CTC4 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DM02 CC01891R SDS511_PF 0 0
CTC5 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DP01 CC01891R SDS511_PF 0 0 0
CTC6 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DP02 CC01891R SDS511_PF 0 0 0
CTC8 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DP10 CC02075R ZENER.CHIP EDZ TE61 5.1B 0 0
CTC9 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DPS1 CC02022R ZENER.CHIP UDZSTE-1730B 0 0 0
CTE1 AA00968R CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V 2012M) 0 0 0 DPS2 CC01891R SDS511_PF 0 0 0
CTE2 AA00968R CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V 2012M) 0 0 0 DPT1 CC02211R RSX201L-30 0 0 0
CTE3 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DT02 CC01131R ZENER.CHIP MAZS3000H 0 0 0
CTE4 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0 DY01 CC01999R ZENER.CHIP UDZSTE-174.3B 0 0
CTE5 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 DY02 CC01999R ZENER.CHIP UDZSTE-174.3B 0 0
CTF2 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
CTF3 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (IC's)
CTF4 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 I001 CK53531U R2S11008FP 0 0 0
CTF6 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 I004 CK51331R TK11100CS 0 0 0
CTF7 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 I005 CK37218R MONO IC TK11150CSCL 0 0 0
CTF8 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 IH02 CK53891R TMDS SW IC CXB1441R 0 0 0
CTF9 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IH03 CK37216R MONO IC TK11133CSCL 0 0 0
CTG1 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IH04 CK38329R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC 0 0 0
CTG2 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 IH05 CK38329R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC 0 0 0
CTG3 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IL01 CK50961R SN74CB3T3306DCUR 0 0 0
CTG4 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IM01 CK51632R 9DR32DW8-1046 0 0
CTG5 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 IM02 CK51091R SN74LVC1G3157DCKR 0 0
CTG6 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IM03 CK38328R IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR 0
CTG9 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IM04 CK38328R IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR 0 0
CTH1 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 IM05 2015203R HD74HC00TELLE 0 0
CTH2 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IM06 CK54692R GENERAL LOGIC IV(TC74AC163FT) 0 0
CTH6 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IM07 CK51091R SN74LVC1G3157DCKR 0 0
CTH7 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IM08 CK37218R MONO IC TK11150CSCL 0 0 0
CTJ4 0893125R CAP 1608CHIP 82PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IP03 CK52481R TK73400TCB-G 0 0 0
CTJ5 0893119R CAP 1608CHIP 33PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IP05 CK50461R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(BA6287F- 0 0
CTJ6 0893106R CAP 1608CHIP 4PFCCK 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IPT1 CK54161R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MP2361DK 0 0 0
CTJ7 0893124R CAP 1608CHIP 68PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IT02 CK54051U THEATER314 0 0 0
CTJ8 AA00968R CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V 2012M) 0 0 0 IT03 CK51091R SN74LVC1G3157DCKR 0 0 0
CTK3 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IT04 CK50961R SN74CB3T3306DCUR 0 0 0
CTK4 0893113R CAP 1608CHIP 10PFCCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IT05 CK37218R MONO IC TK11150CSCL 0 0 0
CTK5 0893113R CAP 1608CHIP 10PFCCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IT06 CK37605R IC TK11250CM 0 0 0
CTK6 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0 IT07 CK37605R IC TK11250CM 0 0 0
CTK7 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IT09 CK51151R UPC3221GV 0 0 0
CTK8 AA00968R CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V 2012M) 0 0 0 IT10 CK51141R UPC3220GR 0 0 0
CTK9 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 IT11 CK37211R MONO IC TK11118CSCL 0 0 0
CTM1 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IT12 CK37216R MONO IC TK11133CSCL 0 0 0
CTM2 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IY01 CK38325R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC 0 0
CTM3 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IY02 CK38325R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC 0 0
CTM4 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 IY03 CK50027R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (MAX202I 0 0 0
CTM5 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
CTM6 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0 COILS
CTM7 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 L001 BA00887R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH 0 0 0
CTM8 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 L002 BA00887R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH 0 0 0
CTM9 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 L005 BA00887R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH 0 0 0
CTN1 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 L006 BA00887R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH 0 0 0
CTN2 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 L008 BA00887R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH 0 0 0
CTN3 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0 L009 BA00887R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH 0 0 0
CTN4 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 LM01 BA00894R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH 0 0
CTN5 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 LM02 BA00894R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH 0
CY01 AA01185R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 0 0 LM03 BA00894R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH 0 0
CY02 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 LP04 BA01164R GLC2518 CHIP INDUCTOR 10UH 0 0 0
CY03 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 LPS1 BA02185R HCC221J2520CT 0 0 0
CY04 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 LPS2 BA02244R HCC102J32CT 0 0 0
CY05 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 LPT1 BA02251R 7E06NG TYPE POWER INDUCTOR 4.7 0 0 0
CY06 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 LT10 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0
CY07 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 LT11 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0
CY08 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 LT12 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0
CY09 AD00633R CEC471M16-EWMT 105 0 0 0 LT13 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
!
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LT16 BM00151R FILTER BLM21P300SPT 0 0 0 R028 AQ00421R CHIP RESISTOR 1608(2)0OHM 0 0 0
LT17 BA00161R COIL HCC47NK16CT-HK1608 0 0 0 R029 AQ00457R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0
LT18 BA01227R HK2125 TYPE CHIP INDUCTOR 150N 0 0 0 R032 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT19 BA00162R CHIP COIL 56NK16CT-HK1608 0 0 0 R033 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT20 BA01127R MLF2012 CHIP INDUCTOR 1.8UH 0 0 0 R034 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT25 BA00189R CHIP COIL 33NJ16CT-HK1608 0 0 0 R035 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT26 BA01234R HK2125 TYPE CHIP INDUCTOR 470N 0 0 0 R036 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT27 BA01225R HK2125 TYPE CHIP INDUCTOR 100N 0 0 0 R037 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT28 BA00191R COIL HCC39NJ16CT-HK1608 0 0 0 R038 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
LT29 BA01127R MLF2012 CHIP INDUCTOR 1.8UH 0 0 0 R039 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0
LT30 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R040 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0
LT31 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R041 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0
LT32 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R043 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0
LT34 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R045 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
LT35 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R046 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
LT36 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R047 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
LT37 BM10348R CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 R048 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
LY01 BA00894R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH 0 0 0 R049 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
R050 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
TRANSISTORS R069 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0
Q001 CA02162R SUT487J 0 0 0 R070 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0
Q002 CA02162R SUT487J 0 0 0 R071 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0
Q007 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R072 AQ00484R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT 0 0 0
Q008 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R073 AQ00484R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT 0 0 0
Q009 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R074 AQ00484R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT 0 0 0
Q010 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R075 AQ00484R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT 0 0 0
Q011 CA01181R D-TRS.CHIP IMD10A 0 0 0 R076 AQ00484R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT 0 0 0
Q012 CA00461R TRS.CHIP 2SD2114K 20V TAPE 0 0 0 R082 AQ00457R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0
Q013 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 0 R083 AQ00457R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0
Q014 CA00461R TRS.CHIP 2SD2114K 20V TAPE 0 0 0 R088 AQ00544R CHIP RESISTOR 3.3KOHM 0 0 0
Q015 CA02162R SUT487J 0 0 0 R096 0790015R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM 0 0 0
Q016 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R099 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
QH01 1323293R TRS.CHIP 2SC4617 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R0A0 0790015R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM 0 0 0
QH02 1323293R TRS.CHIP 2SC4617 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R0A1 0790015R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM 0 0 0
QH04 1323293R TRS.CHIP 2SC4617 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 R0A2 0790015R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM 0 0 0
QL01 CA02091R SRC1204EF_PF 0 0 0 R0A3 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
QM01 CA02091R SRC1204EF_PF 0 0 R0A4 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
QM02 CA02142R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343UFG_PF 0 0 R0A5 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
QM03 CA02091R SRC1204EF_PF 0 0 R0A6 0790015R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM 0 0 0
QM04 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 R0A7 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
QP04 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 R0C3 AQ00448R CHIP RESISTOR 220 1608 0 0 0
QP05 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 R0C4 AQ00483R CHIP RESISTOR 82K 1608 0 0 0
QP06 CA02091R SRC1204EF_PF 0 0 R0C9 AQ00457R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0
QPS1 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 0 R0E1 AQ00471R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 10K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0
QT01 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 0 R0E2 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
QT02 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 0 R0G4 AQ00266R RES.CHIP 1/16W 510K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
QT03 CA02171R TRS.CHIP 2SC4082T106P 0 0 0 R0G5 AQ00245R RES.CHIP 1/16W 82K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
QT04 CA02171R TRS.CHIP 2SC4082T106P 0 0 0 R0G7 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM 0 0 0
QT05 CA02171R TRS.CHIP 2SC4082T106P 0 0 0 R0G8 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM 0 0 0
QT06 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 0 R0G9 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
QT07 CA14091R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 0 R0H0 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
QY01 CA11641R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 R0H1 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0
QY02 CA11641R PHOTO TRANSISTOR 0 0 R0H2 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0
QY03 1323294R TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 R0H3 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0
R0H4 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0
RESISTORS R0H5 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
R001 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 R0H6 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
R002 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 R0H7 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
R003 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 R0H8 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
R004 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 R0H9 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
R005 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 R0J2 0790073R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470K OHM 0 0 0
R006 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K0 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R007 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K1 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
R008 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K2 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
R009 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K3 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0
R011 AQ00457R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0 R0K4 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R012 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K5 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R013 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K6 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R014 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 R0K7 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
R019 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RH01 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
R020 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 RH02 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
R024 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RH03 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R025 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RH04 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R026 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RH05 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
R027 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RH06 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
!
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RH07 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM23 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH08 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM24 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH09 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM25 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH10 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM27 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RH11 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM28 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH12 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM29 0790077R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0M OHM 0 0
RH13 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM30 0790044R RES.CHIP 1/16W 3.3K OHM 0 0
RH14 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 RM31 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0
RH15 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RM32 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0
RH17 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0 RP03 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RH18 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RP06 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RH19 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0 RP07 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RH20 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RP12 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
RH22 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM 0 0 0 RP18 0790073R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470K OHM 0 0 0
RH23 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM 0 0 0 RP19 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RH24 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 RP29 0196116R RES.-1608CHIP 1/16W 91K-J TAPE 0 0 0
RH25 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 RP30 0790055R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM 0 0 0
RH26 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP45 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0
RH28 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP46 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0
RH29 AQ00212R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 RP47 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0
RH30 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP49 AQ01954R RES.CHIP RK73B3ATTE 5R6J 0 0
RH31 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP50 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH32 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP51 AQ01938R RES.CHIP RK73B3ATTE 1R5J 0 0
RH33 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP52 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0
RH34 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP53 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0
RH35 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP53 0790077R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0M OHM 0 0
RH36 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP55 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0
RH37 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP56 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH38 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RP57 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0
RH39 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RP58 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0
RH40 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RP60 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0
RH41 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RP61 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0
RH43 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RP62 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0
RH44 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RP63 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0
RL01 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 RP64 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0
RL02 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RP65 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0
RL03 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RPG1 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL04 AQ00471R RES.-CHIP 1/16W 10K-J (2 UNIT) 0 0 0 RPG2 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL05 AQ00421R CHIP RESISTOR 1608(2)0OHM 0 0 0 RPG3 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL11 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0 RPG4 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL12 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0 RPS1 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
RL21 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RPS2 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM 0 0 0
RL22 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RPS3 0790055R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM 0 0 0
RL23 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RPT1 AQ00194R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
RL24 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0 RPT2 AQ00221R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
RL25 AQ00439R CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 0 0 0 RPT3 AQ00212R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
RL26 AQ00421R CHIP RESISTOR 1608(2)0OHM 0 0 0 RPT4 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RL27 AQ00551R CHIP RESISTOR 10KOHM 0 0 0 RPT6 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL28 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RPT7 AQ00178R RES.CHIP 1/16W 270 OHM TAPE 0 0 0
RL41 AQ00551R CHIP RESISTOR 10KOHM 0 0 0 RT01 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL43 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RT02 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL44 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RT03 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL51 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RT04 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RL52 AQ00551R CHIP RESISTOR 10KOHM 0 0 0 RT05 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM01 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RT08 0790032R RES.CHIP 1/16W 390 OHM 0 0 0
RM02 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RT11 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RM03 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RT12 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RM05 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 RT13 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RM06 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 RT14 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RM07 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 RT15 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RM08 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RT16 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM09 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RT17 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM10 0790047R RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.6K OHM 0 0 RT18 0790006R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7 OHM 0 0 0
RM11 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 RT19 0790006R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7 OHM 0 0 0
RM12 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 RT22 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM13 0790077R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0M OHM 0 0 RT23 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM14 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 RT24 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM15 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 RT25 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RM16 0790047R RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.6K OHM 0 0 RT31 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RM17 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 RT32 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RM18 0790047R RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.6K OHM 0 0 RT33 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RM19 0790061R RES.CHIP 1/16W 56K OHM 0 0 RT34 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM20 0790062R RES.CHIP 1/16W 68K OHM 0 0 RT35 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RM21 0790041R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.8K OHM 0 0 RT36 AQ00431R CHIP RESISTOR 10 OHM 1608 0 0 0
RM22 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 RT37 0196881R RES 2125CHIP 1/10W 510-F TAPE 0 0 0
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
!
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
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SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
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D
T
7
9
5
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X
9
9
SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
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6
9
5
5
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D
T
7
9
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5
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X
9
9
RT38 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RY34 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RT39 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RY35 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RT40 0790052R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM 0 0 0 RY36 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RT41 0790052R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM 0 0 0 RY37 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT43 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 RY38 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT44 AQ00164R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE 0 0 0 RY39 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT45 0790043R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.7K OHM 0 0 0 RY40 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT46 AQ00258R RES.CHIP 1/16W 270K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 RY41 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT47 AQ00247R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 RY42 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT48 AQ00229R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 RY43 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT50 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 RY44 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT51 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0 RY45 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0
RT52 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 RY46 0790056R RES.CHIP 1/16W 27K OHM 0 0
RT53 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RT55 0790052R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM 0 0 0 CRYSTALS, FILTERS
RT56 AQ00212R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 XM01 BL01182R CSTCE16M0V53-R0 0 0
RT57 AQ00244R RES.CHIP 1/16W 75K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 XM02 BP01231 OSX-OSBLA455KEC8-B0 0 0
RT58 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 XPT1 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0
RT59 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 XT01 BG01624U SAW FILTER(X6875D) 0 0 0
RT60 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 XT02 BN00261 BGS TRAP MKTGA47M2CAHP00B05 0 0 0
RT61 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 XT03 BG01625U SAW FILTER(X6888D) 0 0 0
RT62 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 XT04 BL01491R OSC25R14X10T 0 0 0
RT63 0790011R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10 OHM 0 0 0 XT06 BK00199R CERAMIC FILTER 2012TYPE 0 0 0
RT64 0790011R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10 OHM 0 0 0 XT07 BK00199R CERAMIC FILTER 2012TYPE 0 0 0
RT65 0790011R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10 OHM 0 0 0 XT08 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0
RT66 AQ00511R CHIP RESISTOR 10OHM 0 0 0 XT09 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0
RT67 AQ00511R CHIP RESISTOR 10OHM 0 0 0 XT10 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0
RT74 0790043R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.7K OHM 0 0 0 XT11 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0
RT75 0790043R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.7K OHM 0 0 0
RT76 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 CONNECTORS, JACKS
RT77 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 JH01 EA02291U HDMI RECEPTACLE DC1R019HBA 0 0 0
RT78 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 JY01 EQ00722 JACK YKC51-0002V 10P(2*5) 0 0 0
RT79 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 JY02 EQ00733 JACK YKC52-0002V(3S+10P) 0 0 0
RT80 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 JY03 EQ00741 JACK 0 0
RT81 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 JY04 EQ00741 JACK 0 0
RT82 0790032R RES.CHIP 1/16W 390 OHM 0 0 0 JY05 EQ00771 JACK 0 0 0
RT83 0790052R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM 0 0 0 PFA1 EA02192R 3P SMT ZH CONN. POST SIDE 0 0 0
RT84 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 PFA2 EA02192R 3P SMT ZH CONN. POST SIDE 0 0 0
RT85 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM 0 0 0 PH01 EA02651R PLUG 0 0 0
RT86 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM 0 0 0 PH02 EA02341R 2P 1.0MM PITCH CONNE. -501568- 0 0 0
RT87 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 PSM EA02222U 0.5 PITCH 200P B TO B CONN. SH 0 0 0
RT88 0790041R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.8K OHM 0 0 0 PTF EA02203R 13P SMT ZH CONN. POST SIDE 0 0 0
RT89 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM 0 0 0 PTW ED01075 PLUG 0 0 0
RT90 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM 0 0 0
RT98 0790055R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS
RY01 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 UT01 HC00701 ENGD6305 0 0 0
RY02 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM 0 0 #TG1 MF02032 GASKET 5-2-15 J1G 0 0 0
RY03 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 #TG2 MF02033 GASKET 5-2-45 J1G 0 0 0
RY04 0790012R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM 0 0
RY05 0790012R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM 0 0 FILTER PWB
RY06 0790012R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM 0 0 JP50332 0 0 0
RY07 0790012R RES.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM 0 0
RY09 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 CAPACITORS
RY10 0790031R RES.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM 0 0 C9A1B AN02089S PLASTIC FILM CAP.CQ-105K251PVS 0 0 0
RY11 AQ00523R CHIP RESISTOR 82OHM 0 0 C9A2B AN02089S PLASTIC FILM CAP.CQ-105K251PVS 0 0 0
RY12 AQ00528R CHIP RESISTOR 220OHM 0 0 C9A3 AJ00163R CAP. CERAMIC CS11-E2GA222MYVS 0 0 0
RY13 0790031R RES.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM 0 0 C9A4 AJ00163R CAP. CERAMIC CS11-E2GA222MYVS 0 0 0
RY14 AQ00523R CHIP RESISTOR 82OHM 0 0 CNJ1 0800317R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M(SMG) 16V 0 0 0
RY15 AQ00528R CHIP RESISTOR 220OHM 0 0 CNJ2 0800317R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M(SMG) 16V 0 0 0
RY16 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 CNJ3 0800291R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 16V 0 0 0
RY17 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM 0 0 CNJ4 0800291R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 16V 0 0 0
RY18 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM 0 0
RY19 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM 0 0 JUMPERS
RY20 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM 0 0 K9A1 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY21 AQ00163R RES.CHIP 1/16W 68 OHM TAPE 0 0 0 K9A2 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY22 AQ00163R RES.CHIP 1/16W 68 OHM TAPE 0 0 0 K9A3 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY23 AQ00163R RES.CHIP 1/16W 68 OHM TAPE 0 0 0 K9A4 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY24 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 K9A5 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY25 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 K9A6 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY26 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 K9A7 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY27 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 KL9A2 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY28 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 KL9A3 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY29 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 KNJ1 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY31 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 KNJ2 2784381M 0.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0
RY33 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
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PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
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SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
T
7
9
5
5
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D
X
9
9
SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
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D
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7
9
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5
H
D
X
9
9
PROTECTORS, FUSES CW09 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0
F9A1 FN00478 FUSE 51MS 100 L-U 125V 10A 0 0 0 CW10 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
NF9A1 2721351 FUSE HOLDER 0 0 0 CW11 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0
CW12 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
COILS CW13 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0
L9A1A BZ06241 LINE FILTER TF3022H-A172Y10R0- 0 0 0 CW14 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0
LNJ1 BH00693R COIL 47UH 0 0 0 CW15 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CW16 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0
TRANSISTORS CW17 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
QNJ1 CF02981R 2SC5343YT_PF 0 0 0 CW18 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0
QNJ2 CF02981R 2SC5343YT_PF 0 0 0 CW19 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0
CW20 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
RESISTORS CW21 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0
R9A1 AT03661M RES.MTL GRAZD FLM 1/2W 470K 0 0 0 CW22 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
RNC1 0700054M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 10K-JB 0 0 0 CW23 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0
RNC2 0700049M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 4.7K-JB 0 0 0 CW24 AA01115R CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V 0 0 0
RNC3 0700046M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 2.7K-JB 0 0 0 CW25 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
RNC4 0700043M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.5K-JB 0 0 0 CW26 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0
RNC5 0700041M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.0K-JB 0 0 0 CW27 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) 0 0 0
RNJ1 0700047M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 3.3K-JB 0 0 0 CW28 AA01113R CCC225K06-B-16CT 0 0 0
RNJ2 0700045M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 2.2K-JB 0 0 0 CW29 0893193R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE 0 0 0
RNJ3 0700041M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.0K-JB 0 0 0 CWE1 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
RNJ4 0700041M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.0K-JB 0 0 0 CWE2 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
RNJ6 0700041M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.0K-JB 0 0 0 CWE4 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
RNJ7 0700041M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.0K-JB 0 0 0 CWE5 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
RNJ9 0700064M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 56K-JB 0 0 0 CWE6 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
RNK1 0700064M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 56K-JB 0 0 0 CWP1 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
RNK2 0100123M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/8W 270K-JB 0 0 0 CWP2 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0
RNK3 0100123M RES.-CARBON FLM 1/8W 270K-JB 0 0 0 CWP3 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0
CWP4 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0
SWITCHES CWP5 0893118R CAP 1608CHIP 27PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0
S9A0 FG00251 POWER SW SPW02N02SY17-2-1(U1D1 0 0 0 CWP6 0893128R CAP 1608CHIP 150PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0
SNC1 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 CWP7 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
SNC2 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 CWP8 AA01144R CERAMIC CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V 0 0 0
SNC3 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 CWP9 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0
SNC4 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0
SNC5 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 DIODES
SNC6 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 DN01 CC02061R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SML-020ML 0 0 0
SNC7 FE00551R TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 DN02 CC01862R SML011BBTT86 0 0 0
DW01 CC00651R SML-210MT T86 GREEN 0 0 0
CONNECTORS, JACKS DW02 CC00652R SML-210DT 0 0 0
EP01 EF22542 FASTON CONNECTOR L=110MM LOCK 0 0 0
J9A1 2676371 PLUG-AC INLET SK-1019 0 0 0 MODULES
JNJ1 EQ00872 PLUG LPR8029-04**F 0 0 0 HN01 CE00121R SBX3050-02 0 0 0
JNJ2 EQ00871 PLUG LPR8029-05**F 0 0 0 HN02 CZ01261R IRDA MODULE IC (RPM871-H12) 0 0
PCM2 2675284 PIN POST (PH 5P) 0 0 0 HNM1 CZ01241 GP1FM514TZ0F 0 0 0
PFS 2959063 CONNECTOR POST PIN 13P 0 0 0
PPU1 ED02812 6P VH CONNECTOR PLUG #2,4,5 NC 0 0 0 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (IC's)
IN01 CK38324R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC 0 0 0
MISCELLANEOUS IN02 CK38325R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC 0 0
#01 NA56414 AC INLET MTL AVC5 0 0 0 IW01 CK53731U XC3S50-5PQG208C 0 0 0
#02 MJ03651 SCRW T3E_3*12BD+SM SWCH16A 0 0 0 IW02 CK38378R DIGITAL MONO IC SI-3012KM 0 0 0
#03 NA82611 DW2 INLET MTL 0 0 0 IW03 CK51732R MM1701CHBE 0 0 0
#04 MJ04025 SCRW M3S_3*12PN+LSK 0 0 0 IW04 CK37212R MONO IC TK11125CSCL 0 0 0
#05 MD09981 DW2 INLET WASHER 0 0 0 IWE1 CK53741R TC7MBL3245AFK 0 0 0
#06 ML02721 MINI CARD SPACER 06 0 0 0 IWE2 CK52581R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MAX4790E 0 0 0
#07 MK01502 LKW_4.3_8.5 0 0 0 IWP1 CK50071R TPS62040DGQR 0 0 0
IWP2 CK37216R MONO IC TK11133CSCL 0 0 0
POD PWB
JP50341 0 COILS
JP50342 0 0 LN30 BA00892R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 47UH 0 0 0
CAPACITORS LN31 BA00892R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 47UH 0 0
CN30 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 LWP1 BA02252R 7E06NG TYPE POWER INDUCTOR 6.8 0 0 0
CN31 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0
CN32 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 0 TRANSISTORS
CN33 AA01123R CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 QW01 CA02171R TRS.CHIP 2SC4082T106P 0 0 0
CNM1 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 QWE1 CA02091R SRC1204EF_PF 0 0 0
CW01 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0
CW02 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 RESISTORS
CW03 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 RN01 0790035R RES.CHIP 1/16W 680 OHM 0 0 0
CW04 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE 0 0 0 RN02 0790039R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.5K OHM 0 0 0
CW05 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 RN03 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0
CW06 AA00937R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK 0 0 0 RN04 0790039R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.5K OHM 0 0 0
CW07 AA00969R CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V 0 0 0 RN15 0790035R RES.CHIP 1/16W 680 OHM 0 0 0
CW08 AA01116R CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V M 0 0 0 RN31 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
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!
!
!
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
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SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
T
7
9
5
5
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9
9
SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
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7
9
5
5
H
D
X
9
9
RN33 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RW92 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RN34 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 RW93 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RNM1 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 RW94 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW01 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RW95 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW02 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RW96 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW03 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWE4 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW04 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWE5 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW05 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWE6 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0
RW06 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 RWE7 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RW07 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 RWE8 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RW08 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWE9 0790038R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.2K OHM 0 0 0
RW09 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWF1 0790061R RES.CHIP 1/16W 56K OHM 0 0 0
RW10 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWF2 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RW11 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWF3 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW12 0790017R RES.CHIP 1/16W 33 OHM 0 0 0 RWF4 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW13 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 RWF5 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0
RW14 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 RWF6 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW15 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 RWF7 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW16 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 RWF8 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0
RW17 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 RWP1 AQ00267R RES.CHIP 1/16W 560K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
RW18 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 RWP2 AQ00247R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM TAPE 0 0 0
RW19 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RWP3 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RW20 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 RWP4 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0
RW21 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM 0 0 0 RWP5 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0
RW22 AQ00524R CHIP RESISTOR 100OHM 0 0 0
RW23 0790031R RES.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM 0 0 0 CRYSTALS, FILTERS
RW25 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 XWP1 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0
RW26 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RW28 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 CONNECTORS, JACKS
RW29 AQ00524R CHIP RESISTOR 100OHM 0 0 0 JSW EA02231R 8P 0.45 PITCH SOCKET 3234 0 0
RW30 AQ00546R CHIP RESISTOR 4.7KOHM 0 0 0 JW01 EA03121U PCMCIA HEADER 0 0 0
RW31 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 JWE1 EY01772R SD MEMORY CARD 500998-0900 0 0 0
RW32 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 PCM1 EA02331R 11P 1.0MM PITCH CONNE. 501331- 0 0 0
RW33 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 PW01 EA03014R 80P 0.5MM PITCH FPC CONNECTOR 0 0 0
RW34 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 PWS ED01055 CONNECTOR 0 0 0
RW35 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0
RW36 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS
RW38 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 #01 NA75382 DW1 TERMINAL SUP MTL. 0 0 0
RW39 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM 0 0 0 NW01~2 MJ03878 SCRW M3M_2*10PN+SM Unknown 0 0 0
RW40 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM 0 0 0
RW43 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 FINAL ASS'Y
RW44 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0
RW45 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 SPEAKERS
RW46 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 SPBL GM01692 SPEAKER UNIT 0 0 0
RW47 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 SPBR GM01692 SPEAKER UNIT 0 0 0
RW48 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 SPL GM01711 SPEAKER UNIT 0 0 0
RW49 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 SPR GM01712 SPEAKER UNIT 0 0 0
RW50 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0
RW51 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS
RW52 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 A11 JP50321 DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB ASS'Y 0
RW53 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A12 JP50322 DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB ASS'Y 0
RW54 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A13 JP50323 DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB ASS'Y 0
RW55 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A21 JP50331 DW2-U FILTER PWB ASS'Y 0 0 0
RW56 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A31 JP50341 DW2-U POD PWB ASS'Y 0
RW57 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A32 JP50342 DW2-U POD PWB ASS'Y 0 0
RW59 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A01 DD00752K FPF55C17196UB-85 0 0 0
RW60 AQ00519R CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM 0 0 0 A02 TS06311 55P2 LOGIC PWB 0 0 0
RW62 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 A03 TS06023 FPF28R-SCWM3 (LOGIC SCREWS) 0 0 0
RW63 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 A21 JP50761 PSA DW2-A MAIN-DIGITAL (S/T) 0
RW64 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM 0 0 0 A22 JP50762 PSA DW2-B MAIN-DIGITAL (X) 0
RW72 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 A23 JP50763 PSA DW2-C MAIN-DIGITAL (T) 0
RW73 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 U1 HA01751 POWER UNIT 0 0 0
RW79 AQ00243R RES.CHIP 1/16W 68K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 FAN GS00702 3110KL-04W-B10 0 0 0
RW80 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0
RW81 AQ00231R RES.CHIP 1/16W 24K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 CONNECTORS
RW82 AQ00247R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 E403 EK01932 WIRE (PROCESSED) JF04R0R021970 0 0 0
RW83 AQ00258R RES.CHIP 1/16W 270K OHM TAPE 0 0 0 E55H EF26021C ASS'Y CONNE. (SMP/PH/PA/ZH/SH/ 0 0 0
RW84 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 0 0 0 EA01 EK01901 80P FFC CABLE L=***MM UL20861 0 0 0
RW85 AZ01031R THERMISTOR NANOSMDC050F13.2 0 0 0 ECN1 EF25782 41J LVDS CABLE L=400 (FI-R DF1 0 0 0
RW86 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 ECN23 EF25991 10P VH CONNE. L=340MM 0 0 0
RW87 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 ECN6 2908898S 11J PH CONNECTOR 200MM 0 0 0
RW88 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 EFAN EF26001 3P ZH CONNE. L=25MM 0 0 0
RW89 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 EGND EF24041 CO-01T-T0R0-101 0 0 0
RW90 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 EPM1 EF25972 8P EH-ZH CONNE. L=180MM 0 0 0
RW91 0790019R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM 0 0 0 EPM2 EF25982 15P EH-DF3 CONNE. L=470MM 0 0 0
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SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
T
7
9
5
5
H
D
X
9
9
SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION
5
5
H
D
S
6
9
5
5
H
D
T
7
9
5
5
H
D
X
9
9
EPU1 EF21567 6P VH CONNECTOR L=380MM #2,4,5 0 0 0
ERF EY02262 PLUG L NIC8014N 0 0 0
EUSB EW08563 4J USB CABLE L=1180MM EARTH 0 0
FERRITE CORES
ECN1A GX00666 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 0 0 0
EMC1A GX00666 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 0
EPU1A GX00666 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 0 0 0
EPU1B GX00666 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 0 0 0
ES1 2169511 COIL LX-ZCAT1518 0 0 0
ES2 2169511 COIL LX-ZCAT1518 0 0 0
ACCESSORIES
E01 EV01841 POWER CORD 125V10A UL/CSA 0 0 0
E01A GX00666 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 0 0 0
E201 EY01641 PJX-IR BLASTER DP2X 0 0
E202 EY01641 PJX-IR BLASTER DP2X 0 0
E203 FQ00021 DRY BATTERY(R6P-AA) 0 0 0
E204 FR00061 DRY BATTERY R03(AB) E T 0
E301 2169513 COIL LX-ZCAT2032 0 0
ESWVL EW08432 8P PLUG CODE L=165 MM 0 0
N01 QR66761 HDS69 INSTRUCTION BOOK 0
N01 QR66771 HDT79 INSTRUCTION BOOK 0 0
N02 QR66791 HDS69 EASY GUIDE 0
N02 QR66801 HDT79 EASY GUIDE 0 0
N202 QT47722 DIRECTOR'S WARRANTY CARD 0
N203 QT44791 PLASMA WARRANTY CARD CANADA 0 0 0
N204 QT47721 NATIONAL WARRANTY CARD 0 0
U01 HL02069 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT CLU-3861WL 0 0
U01 HL02073 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT-CLU-4352UG2 0
U02 HL01864 RCT- CLU123S 0
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any
of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.
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No. Symbol P# Description Function PWB ASSY Remarks
1 A21 JP50761 PSA DW2-A MAIN-DIGITAL (55HDS69) MAIN DIGITAL ASS'Y MAIN DIGITAL
2 A22 JP50762 PSA DW2-B MAIN-DIGITAL (55HDX99) MAIN DIGITAL ASS'Y MAIN DIGITAL
3 A23 JP50763 PSA DW2-C MAIN-DIGITAL (55HDT79) MAIN DIGITAL ASS'Y MAIN DIGITAL
4 DN01 CC02061R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SML-020ML RED/ORANGE LED LED
5 DN02 CC01862R SML011BBTT86 BLUE LED LED
6 HN01 CE00121R SBX3050-02 IR RECEIVER LED
7 HN02 CZ01261R IRDA MODULE IC (RPM871-H12) IR RECEIVER LED ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
8 HNM1 CZ01241 GP1FM514TZ0F IR RECEIVER LED
9 L9A1 BZ06251 LINE FILTER TF2722H-A152Y8R0-0 AC NOISE FILTER FILTER
10 F9A2 FN00475 FUSE 51MS 063 L-U 6.3A FUSE FILTER
11 I001 CK53531U R2S11008FP AUDIO/VIDEO SELECTOR SUBDIGITAL
12 I004 CK51331R TK11100CS ADJUSTABLE POSITIVE LOW DROPOUT REGULATOR IC SUBDIGITAL
13 I005 CK37218R MONO IC TK11150CSCL 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
14 IH02 CK53891R TMDS SW IC CXB1441R CABLE EQUALIZER SW FRONT HDMI
15 IH03 CK37216R MONO IC TK11133CSCL 3.3 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW FRONT HDMI
16 IH04 CK38329R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G126DCK) SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS FRONT HDMI
17 IH05 CK38329R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G126DCK) SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS FRONT HDMI
18 IL01 CK50961R SN74CB3T3306DCUR DUAL FET BUS SWITCH SUBDIGITAL
19 IM01 CK51632R 9DR32DW8-1046 IR BLASTER SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
20 IM02 CK51091R SN74LVC1G3157DCKR SINGLE-POLE, DOUBLE-THROW ANALOG SW SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
21 IM03 CK38328R IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDX MODELS
22 IM04 CK38328R IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
23 IM05 2015203R HD74HC00TELLE QUAD 2-INPUT NAND GATES SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
24 IM06 CK54692R GENERAL LOGIC IV(TC74AC163FT) SYNCHRONOUS PRESETTABLE 4 BIT BINARY COUNTER SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
25 IM07 CK51091R SN74LVC1G3157DCKR SINGLE-POLE, DOUBLE-THROW ANALOG SW SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
26 IM08 CK37218R MONO IC TK11150CSCL 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
27 IP03 CK52481R TK73400TCB-G 6.2 VOLTAGE REGULATOR FOR TV / VTR USE SUBDIGITAL
28 IP05 CK50461R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(BA6287F) REVERSIBLE MOTOR DRIVER SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
29 IPT1 CK54161R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MP2361DK DC-DC CONVERTER SUBDIGITAL
30 IT02 CK54051U THEATER314 QAM/VSB DEMODULATOR SUBDIGITAL
31 IT03 CK51091R SN74LVC1G3157DCKR SINGLE-POLE, DOUBLE-THROW ANALOG SW SUBDIGITAL
32 IT04 CK50961R SN74CB3T3306DCUR DUAL FET BUS SWITCH SUBDIGITAL
33 IT05 CK37218R MONO IC TK11150CSCL 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
34 IT06 CK37605R IC TK11250CM 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
35 IT07 CK37605R IC TK11250CM 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
36 IT09 CK51151R UPC3221GV 5 V AGC AMPLIFIER SUBDIGITAL
37 IT10 CK51141R UPC3220GR CATV OUT-OF-BAND TUNER SUBDIGITAL
38 IT11 CK37211R MONO IC TK11118CSCL 1.8 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
39 IT12 CK37216R MONO IC TK11133CSCL 3.3 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SUBDIGITAL
40 IY01 CK38325R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G17DCK) SINGLE SCHMITT TRIGGER BUFFER SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
41 IY02 CK38325R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G17DCK) SINGLE SCHMITT TRIGGER BUFFER SUBDIGITAL ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
42 IY03 CK50027R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (MAX202IPW) DUAL RS-232 LINE DRIVER/REC W/+-15KV ESD PROTEC SUBDIGITAL
43 IN01 CK38324R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G14DCK) SINGLE SCHMITT-TRIGGER INVERTER LED
44 IN02 CK38325R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G17DCK) SINGLE SCHMITT TRIGGER BUFFER LED ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS
45 IW01 CK53731U XC3S50-5PQG208C OBERON IC (POD IC) POD
46 IW02 CK38378R DIGITAL MONO IC SI-3012KM 1 A, LOW DROPOUT, 1.28~15 V REGULATOR POD
47 IW03 CK51732R MM1701CHBE 1.2 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR POD
48 IW04 CK37212R MONO IC TK11125CSCL 2.5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW POD
49 IWE1 CK53741R TC7MBL3245AFK OCTAL BUS SWITCH POD
50 IWE2 CK52581R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MAX4790EUS) CURRENT LIMIT SWITCH POD
51 IWP1 CK50071R TPS62040DGQR HIGH EFFICIENCY STEP DOWN CONVERTER POD
52 IWP2 CK37216R MONO IC TK11133CSCL 3.3 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW POD
53 JWE1 EY01772R SD MEMORY CARD 500998-0900 MEMORY CARD JACK POD
54 U1 HA01751 POWER UNIT POWER UNIT POWER
55 UT01 HC00701 ENGD6305 ANALOG/DIGITAL TUNER SUBDIGITAL
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Model Power Supply X-SUS PWB X-BUS PWB Y-SUS PWB Logic PWB A-BUS-L PWB A-BUS-R PWB
42HDS69
42HDT79
42HDX99
Model Power Supply X-SUS PWB X-BUS PWB Y-SUS PWB SDR-U PWB SDR-D PWB LOGIC PWB
55HDS69
55HDT79
55HDX99
A-BUS-D1 PWB A-BUS-D2 PWB A-BUS-D3 PWB A-BUS-D4 PWB A-BUS-U1 PWB A-BUS-U2 PWB A-BUS-U3 PWB A-BUS-U4 PWB
Model Chassis
1
Sub-Digital PWB
2
AC Filter PWB POD PWB
3
Main-Digital PWB
4
(Side) HDMI PWB Control PWB (Side) Terminal PWB LED / IR PWB OPT PWB
42HDS69 UE26051 JP50321 JP50341 JP50761
42HDT79 UE26052 JP50322 JP50763
42HDX99 UE26053 JP50323 JP50762
55HDS69 UE26054 JP50321 JP50341 JP50761
55HDT79 UE26055 JP50322 JP50763
55HDX99 UE26056 JP50323 JP50762
NOTES:
Part Numbers for Boards and Assemblies
4. Main-Digital PWB is not included with Chassis.
(Included with POD
PWB)
1. Chassis includes everything EXCEPT the Main-Digital PWB.
2. Sub-Digital PWB includes the Main Terminal Block.
3. POD means Point Of Deployment, which is another term for CableCard.
JP50332
JP50342
X480403 X480404
FPF31RABU002804 FPF31RABD002811
CHASSIS BOARDS 42" & 55"
FPF31R-YSS0032 FPF31R-SDR0033 FPF31R-SDR0034 FPF31R-LGC0053
FPF31RABD002812 FPF31RABD002813 FPF31RABD002814
FPF33R-LGC0061 FPF33R-ABL0038 FPF33R-ABR0039
PANEL BOARDS 42"
HA01731 FPF33R-XSS0041 FPF33R-XBU0035 FPF33R-YSS0042
PANEL BOARDS 55"
HA01751 FPF31R-XSS0031 FPF31R-XBU0029
FPF31RABU002801 FPF31RABU002802 FPF31RABU002803
JP50331
JP50342
X480401 X480402
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SERVICE MANUAL
NTSC ATSC

No. 0218
55HDX99/DW2-U 55HDT79/DW2-U 55HDS69/DW2-U

D 2 P W1 -U D A hassis C

R/C: CLU-4352UG2 55HDS69 R/C: CLU-3861WL 55HDT79/55HDX99

TO GO TO A CHAPTER, CLICK ON ITS HEADING BELOW

CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 SERVICING PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 AGENCY REGULATORY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND TRADEMARKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 BASIC SETUP & OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 BLOCK DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 CONNECTION DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 QUICK DISASSEMBLY GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 FINAL ASSEMBLY GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 WAVEFORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 DC VOLTAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 QUICK REFERENCE PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service technician read the “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” in this service manual.

SAFETY NOTICE USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING Components having special safety characteristics are identified by a ! on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service Data and its supplements and bulletins. Before servicing the chassis, it is important that the service technician read and follow the “Important Safety Instructions” in this Service Manual.

SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT

PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL
MAY 2006 HHEA MANUFACTURING DIVISION

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
NOTICE: Comply with all cautions and safety-related notes located on or inside the cover case and on the chassis or plasma module. WARNING: Since the chassis of this receiver is connected to one side of the AC power supply during operation, whenever the receiver is plugged in service should not be attempted by anyone unfamiliar with the precautions necessary when working on this type of receiver. 1. When service is required, an isolation transformer should be inserted between power line and the receiver before any service is performed on a “HOT” chassis receiver. 2. When replacing a chassis in the receiver, all the protective devices must be put back in place, such as barriers, nonmetallic knobs, insulating cover-shields, and isolation resistors, capacitors, etc. 3. When service is required, observe the original lead dress. AC LEAKAGE TEST 4. Always use manufacturer’s replacement components. Critical components as indicated on the circuit diagram should not be replaced by another manufacturer’s. Furthermore, where a short circuit has occurred, replace those components that indicate evidence of over heating. 5. Before returning a serviced receiver to the customer, the service technician must thoroughly test the unit to be certain that it is completely safe to operate without danger of electrical shock, and be sure that no protective device built into the receiver by the manufacturer has become defective, or inadvertently defeated during servicing. Therefore, the following checks should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician. Leakage Current Cold Check With the AC plug removed from the 120V AC 60Hz source, place a jumper across Line 1 and Line 2 of the three plug prongs, do not connect with the third prong, which is physical ground. Using an insulation tester (DC500V), connect one of its leads to the AC plug jumper and touch with the other lead each exposed metal part (antennas, screwheads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis should have a resistor reading over 4MΩ. Any resistance value below this range indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action. An exposed metal part not having a return path to the chassis will indicate an open circuit.
(READING SHOULD NOT LEAKAGE BE ABOVE 0.5MIU) CURRENT TESTER

Leakage Current Hot Check Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.0 Leakage Current for Appliances. In the case of the PDP monitor set the AC switch first in the ON position and then in the OFF position, measure from across Line 1 and Line 2 of the three plug prongs, do not connect with the third prong, which is physical ground, to all exposed metal parts of the instrument (antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw heads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 MIU. Reverse the instrument power cord plug in the outlet and repeat test.

DEVICE UNDER TEST

TEST ALL EXPOSED METAL SURFACES 3-WIRE CORD ALSO TEST WITH PLUG REVERSED (USING AC ADAPTER PLUS AS REQUIRED) EARTH GROUND

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER.

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PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in HITACHI television receivers have special safety-related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified with a ! mark in the schematics and parts list in this Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the HITACHIrecommended replacement component, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, X-radiation, or other hazards. Product safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always consult the current HITACHI Service Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of HITACHI Service Manuals may be obtained at a nominal charge from HITACHI Sales Corporation.

PDP Module Handling
When there is need to replace a broken PDP module which is the displaying device from the Plasma monitor unit, consider the following: 1. When carrying the PDP module, two persons should stand at both shorter-edge sides of the glass-panel and transport it with their palms. Avoid touching the Flexible Printed Circuits or the chip tube on the corner of the glass-panel. Handle only by the surface of the glass panel. In case of some PDP modules, electrode repair is done by connecting between regular terminal with Cu tape and Cu wire. Please do not hook and/or damage this repair line. If it is damaged, the module will not function unless the glass-panel is exchanged with a new glass-panel. 2. When carrying PDP module, watch surrounding objects, such as tables, and also do not carry it alone since it may be dangerous and it will be damaged due to excessive stress to the module (glass-panel). 3. Please do not stand the module with the edge of the glasspanel on the table since this might result in damage to the glass-panel and/or flexible printed circuits due to excessive stress to the module (glass-panel). WARNING Lead in solder used in this product is listed by the California Health and Welfare agency as a known reproductive toxicant which may cause birth defects or other reproductive harm (California Health and Safety Code, Section 25249.5). When servicing or handling circuit boards and other components which contain lead in solder, avoid unprotected skin contact with solder. Also, when soldering make sure you are in a well ventilated area in order to avoid inhalation of any smoke or fumes released. SAFETY NOTICE USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING POWER SOURCE This plasma television is designed to operate on 120 Volts 60Hz, AC house current. Insert the power cord into a 120 Volts 60Hz outlet. NEVER CONNECT THE PLASMA TELEVISION TO OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED VOLTAGE OR TO DIRECT CURRENT AND TO 50HZ. TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THE PLASMA TELEVISION’S (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, OR THE OUTLETS UNLESS THE BLADES AND GROUND TERMINAL CAN BE FULLY UNSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.

1. Follow the general caution recommendations from “Safety precautions” section. 42HDS69/HDT79/HDX99 - Plasma Monitor Unit 55HDS69/HDT79/HDX99 - Plasma Monitor Unit 1. Follow the general caution recommendations from “Safety precautions” section. 2. Since the Panel module and front filter are made of glass, sufficient care shall be taken when handling the broken module and filter in order to avoid injury. 3. If necessary to replace Panel module, this work must be started after the panel module and the AC/DC Power supply becomes sufficiently cool. 4. Special care must be taken with the display area to avoid damaging its surface. 5. The Panel Module shall not be touched with bare hands to protect its surface from stains. 6. It is recommended to use clean soft gloves during the replacing work of the Panel module in order to protect, not only the display area of the panel module but also the serviceman. 7. The Chip Tube of the panel module (located upper left of the back of the panel module) and flexible cables connecting Panel glasses to the drive circuitry Printed Wiring Boards (P.W.B.) are very weak, so sufficient care must be taken to prevent breaking or cutting any of these. If the Chip Tube breaks the panel module will never work, replacement for a new plasma panel module will be needed. 8. AV Digital Block, power supply and PDP driving circuit P.W.B.’s are assembled on the rear side of the PDP module, take special care with this fragile circuitry; particularly, Flexible Printed Circuits bonded to surrounding edges of the glass panel. They are not strong enough to withstand harsh outer mechanical forces. Avoid touching the flexible printed circuits by not only your hands, but also tools, chassis, or any other object. Extreme bending of the connectors must be avoided too. In case the flexible printed circuits are damaged, the corresponding addressed portions of the screen will not be lit and exchange of a glass panel will be required. 3

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SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: Before servicing instruments covered by this service data and its supplements and addenda, read and follow the “Important Safety Instructions” on page 3 of this publication. NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions on page 3 of this publication, always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First. General Servicing Guidelines 1. Always unplug the instrument AC power cord from the AC power source before: a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board, module, or any other instrument assembly. b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any instrument electrical plug or other electrical connection. c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the instrument. CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an explosion hazard. 2. Do not spray chemicals on or near this instrument or any of its assemblies. 3. Unless specified otherwise in these service data, clean electrical contacts by applying the following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or comparable nonabrasive applicator: 10% (by volume) Acetone and 90% (by volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%99% strength). CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless specified otherwise in these service data, lubrication of contacts is not required. 4. Do not defeat any plug/socket of voltage interlocks with which instruments covered by this service data might be equipped. 5. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heatsinks are correctly installed. 6. Always connect the test instrument ground lead to the appropriate instrument chassis ground before connecting the test instrument positive lead. Always remove the test instrument ground lead last. 7. Use with this instrument only the test fixtures specified in this service data. CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap to any heatsink in this instrument. Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some fieldeffect transistors and semiconductor “chip” components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity. 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test. 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly. 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or desolder ES devices. 4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES device. 5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices. 6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material.) 7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions. 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES device.)

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General Soldering Guidelines 1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and appropriate tip size and shape that will maintain tip temperature within the range 500°F to 600°F. 2. Use an appropriate lead free solder (see page 8). Lead solder can be used, but there is a possibility of failure due to insufficient strength of the solder. 3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well-tinned. 4. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a small wire-bristle (0.5 inch or 1.25 cm) brush with a metal handle. Do not use freon-propelled spray-on cleaners. 5. Use the following desoldering technique. a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature (500°F to 600°F). b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts. Quickly draw away the melted solder with an antistatic, suction-type solder removal device or with solder braid. CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil. 6. Use the following soldering technique. a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature (500°F to 600°F). b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder strand against the component lead until the solder melts. c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and hold it there only until the solder flows onto and around both the component lead and the foil. CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil or components. d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle brush. Removal 1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by gently prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as the solder melts. 2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suctiontype solder removal device (or with solder braid) before removing the IC. Replacement 1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board. 2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad and solder it. 3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush. (It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to areas.) “Small-signal” Discrete Transistor Removal/Replacement 1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as close as possible to the component body. 2. Bend into a “U” shape the end of each of the three leads remaining on the circuit board. 3. Bend into a “U” shape the replacement transistor leads. 4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the corresponding leads extending from the circuit board and crimp the “U” with long nose pliers to insure metal to metal contact, then solder each connection. Power Output Transistor Devices Removal/Replacements 1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor leads. 2. Remove the heatsink mounting screw (if so equipped). 3. Carefully remove the transistor from the circuit board. 4. Insert new transistor in circuit board. 5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead. 6. Replace heatsink. Diode Removal/Replacement 1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as possible to diode body. 2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicularly to the circuit board. 3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new diode around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.
Use Soldering Iron to Pry Leads

4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it. 5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints of the two “original leads”. If they are not shiny, reheat them and, if necessary, apply additional solder.

IC Removal/Replacement Some Hitachi unitized chassis circuit boards have slotted holes (oblong) through which the IC leads are inserted and then bent flat against the circuit foil. When holes are the slotted type, the following technique should be used to remove and replace the IC. When working with boards using the familiar round hole, use the standard technique as outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above.

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2. This technique involves the installation of a jumper wire on the component side of the circuit board.) 1. Carefully crimp and solder the connections. At Other Connections Use the following technique to repair defective copper pattern at connections other than IC Pins. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely necessary. contact your Hitachi personnel. At IC Connections To repair defective copper pattern at IC connections. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of circuit board hollow stake. Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper. Route the jumper wire along the path of the cut-away copper pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped end of the good copper pattern. 3.DW2U Fuses and Conventional Resistor Removal/Replacement 1. Bend a small “U” in one end of a small-gauge jumper wire and carefully crimp it around the IC pin. The following guidelines and procedures should be followed whenever this condition is encountered. CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced component and adjacent components and the circuit board. Trace along the copper pattern from both wire sides of the pattern break and locate the nearest component directly connected to the affected copper pattern. or “liftoff. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the nearest component on one side of the pattern break to the lead of the nearest component on the other side. 6 . The circuit foil in these areas is designated as Critical Copper Pattern. 4. In Critical Copper Pattern Areas High component/copper pattern density and/or special voltage/current characteristics make the spacing and integrity of copper pattern in some circuit board areas more critical than in others. Circuit Board Foil Repair Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed circuit board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to the circuit board. 2. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a sharp knife. and clip off any excess jumper wire. DEFECTIVE COPPER REMOVED Insulated Jumper Wire 1. Solder the connections. Carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic coating (if used) from the end of the remaining copper pattern.” the board. Because Critical Copper Pattern requires special soldering techniques to ensure the maintenance of reliability and safety standards. BARE JUMPER WIRE CRIMP AND SOLDER Install Jumper Wire and Solder 3.) 2. Securely crimp leads of replacement component around stake 1/8 inch from top. use the following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper pattern side of the circuit board. to prevent excessive component temperatures. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife. causing the foil to separate from. 3. to ensure hazardous condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens. CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is dressed so that it does not touch components or sharp edges. Solder the IC connection. (Use this technique only on IC connections. Solder the overlapped area.

Example: 162 = 1600 or 1. Solder all pins to the soldering pads using a fine tipped soldering iron. C GRADE SOLDER CAPS B E TRANSISTOR CAPACITOR 1ST DIGIT Solder Soldering Iron COMMON CATHODE 2ND DIGIT MULTIPLIER = 1600 = 1. . Be careful not to break or damage any foil under the component or at the pins of the ICs when removing. the grade of transistor. however the hole diameter limits standard resistor replacement to 1/8 watt. Chip Component Installation 1. use a de-solder braid as shown in the figure below. De-Solder Braid Bridge Solder Soldering Iron ANODES MH DIODE SOLDER CAPS RESISTOR 7 . Some chip capacitor or resistor board solder pads may have holes through the board. Leadless Chip Components (surface mount) How to Replace Flat-lC —Required Tools— • Soldering iron • iron wire or small awl • De-solder braids • Magnifier 1. Properly Polarity Symbol determine the positions of the soldering pads and pins by correctly aligning the polarity symbol. 2. Put a small amount of solder on the board soldering pads. Use solder wick to remove solder from component end caps or terminals.DW2U NOTE: These components are affixed with glue. 3. Hold the chip component against the soldering pads with tweezers or with a miniature alligator clip and apply heat to the pad area with a 30 watt iron until solder flows. 0 = 0Ω (jumper). carefully twist the component with tweezers to break the adhesive. To remove a solder bridge.6KΩ resistor. Chip transistors are identified by a two letter code. A small awl can be used instead of the iron wire. Chip components must be replaced with identical chips due to critical foil track spacing. Chip resistors have a three digit numerical resistance code -1st and 2nd significant digits and a multiplier. Iron Wire Awl Pull Soldering Iron Soldering Iron 3. It is recommended that identical chip components be used. Remove the solder from all of the pins of a Flat-lC by using a de-solder braid. There are no holes in the board to mount standard transistors or diodes. Without pulling up. 5. Iron De-Solder Braid Flat-IC Component Removal 1. Check the parts list for correct diode number.6K 6. The color of the component indicates the general range of the capacitance. Do not apply heat for more than 3 seconds Chip Components TYPE 4. Put the iron wire under the pins of the Flat-lC and pull it in the direction indicated while heating the pins using a soldering iron. Do not reuse removed leadless or chip components since they are subject to stress fracture during removal . Chip diodes have a two letter identification code as per the code chart and are a dual diode pack with either common anode or common cathode. Position the new Flat-lC in place (apply the pins of the Flat-lC to the soldering pads where the pins need to be soldered). De-Solder Braid Soldering Iron 2. Check with a magnifier for solder bridge between the pins or for dry joint between pins and soldering pads. 2. Chip capacitors generally do not have the value indicated on the capacitor. Usually applying heat to the component for a short time while twisting with tweezers will break the component loose. Remove the solder from all of the pads of the Fiat-lC by using Soldering a de-solder braid. The first letter indicates the type and the second letter. Standard capacitors may also be limited for the same reason.

g. (3) Soldering iron for lead-free solder. but there is a possibility of failure due to insufficient strength of the solder. (4) Identification of lead-free PWB 2004 models 2006 models >> lead-free solder is introduced >> lead-free solder apply 320oC +/. "F" is added at the beginning of stamp on PWB.3. Melting point of lead-free solder is higher than solder containing lead. " Sn .5Cu " .7 Cu " Lead solder can be used. (2) Solder for service Following composition is recommended. (1) Characteristic of lead-free solder Melting point of lead free solder is 40-50oC higher than solder containing lead. When soldering. (Recommended temperature control : 320oC .DW2U Information for service about lead-free solder introduction Hitachi introduced lead-free solder to conserve the "Earth Environment".30oC 380oC +/. metal. or " Sn . Caution when using solder containing lead. (e. DW2-POD F) 8 .30oC On lead-free PWB. please perfectly melt the lead-free solder to mix well with the previous solder. Please remove previous solder as much as possible from the soldering point.30oC 420oC +/. shield etc. Please refer to the following before servicing.0Ag .0.0. Use of a soldering tool "with temperature control" and "with much thermal capacitance" is recommended.450oC) Recommended temperature PWB with chip parts PWB without chip parts Chassis.

119 of the FCC rules.877. 6. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help. 5. Cables Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations. In no event shall Gemstar-TV Guide International. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. may cause harmful interference to radio communications.578.331. and/or its related affiliates are not in any way liable for the accuracy or availability of the program schedule information or other data in the TV Guide On Screen system and cannot guarantee service availability in your area. Inc.556. ( paragraph 15. 4.073.751.895. The TV Guide On Screen system is protected by one or more of the following issued United States patents 6. Order Hitachi spares as replacement cables. Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.498.121. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on.Operation is subject to the following two conditions : (1) This decide may not cause harmful interference and (2) This decide must accept any interference received. and/or one of its affiliates.713. Inc. 9 TABLE OF CONTENTS . 4. However. 6. Note This Plasma Television receiver will display television closed captioning. FCC Information This device complies with part15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.Ltd.154.908. Inc.706.. TV GUIDE is a registered mark of Transcontinental Inc. 6. Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc. In the United States.418. 6. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • • • • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. or ). uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. In Canada.794. and/or one of its affiliates. Canada. Modifications The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Hitachi America .239.Tèlèvision câblocompatible. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Any cables that are supplied with the system must be replaced with identical cables in order to assure compliance with FCC rules. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. The TV Guide On Screen system is manufactured under license from Gemstar-TV Guide International. and is used under license by Gemstar-TV Guide International. including interference that may cause undesired operation. 4. and/or its related affiliates be liable for any damages in connection with the accuracy or availability of the program schedule information or other data in the TV Guide On Screen system. TV GUIDE and other related marks are registered marks of Gemstar-TV Guide International.203. Home Electronics Division may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. in accordance with INDUSTRY CANADA AGENCY REGULATORY INFORMATION Cable Compatible Television Apparatus.DW2U AGENCY REGULATORY INFORMATION Federal Communications Commission Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device.940. This equipment generates. Inc.

Tèlèvision câblocompatible. . IBM PC/AT and VGA are registered trademarkds of International Business Machines Corporation of the U. Video Electronics Standard Association. It works when the monitor is connected to a DDC ready computer that is running an operating system software that is capable for the plug & play. it sends a command to the Monitor requesting identification. TV GUIDE is a registered of transcontinental Inc. Plug & Play is a system with computer. or ).S. . and/or one of its affiliates.S. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. and is used under license by Gemstar-TV Guide International. peripherals (including monitors) and operating system. VESA is a trademark of a nonprofit organization. Cable Compatible Television Apparatus. Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer. The Monitor sends back a string of data including its characteristics. in accordance with *Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS .A. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Inc. In Canada . Inc.DW2U ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND TRADEMARKS This Plasma Television complies with VESA DDC2B specifications. Canada. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Inc.119 of the FCC rules. In the U. When a Plug and Play PC is powered on. ( paragraph 15. TV GUIDE and other related marks are registered marks of Gemstar-TV Guide International. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENT DDCTM is a trademark of Video Electronics Standard Association. Notes on Closed Caption: This Plasma Television receiver will display television closed captioning.

less than 1W less than 14W Chassis 0. and the driving circuitry. 11 TABLE OF CONTENTS .3 A . which receives the signal from the Digital AV Block and after processing.9 mm 696 mm 1234 mm 840 mm POWER RATINGS: 422 mm No.3 A 125V CIRCUIT PROTECTION “RISK OF FIRE . which is the plasma display panel module.125V. The 42” and 55” TV's contain the displaying device. F 6. The following symbol near the fuse indicates fast operation fuse (to be replaced). DIMENSIONS: 55HDS69/HDT79/HDX99 1510 mm 138 mm 138 mm 24 mm 118.6W 14W DW-2U CAUTION: Example: Below is an EXAMPLE only.DW2U INTRODUCTION The Digital AV Block is inside of the Panel assembly controls most of the user functions of the complete TV set and conditions the signal to the plasma panel. See Replacement Parts List for details. Fuse ratings appear within the symbol. 1 Model Name 55HDS69/HDT79 55HDX99 Indicated Value Max Rating Average Rating (W) (W) (A) 490W 4. delivers the image to the display module.3 A 125V 6.9 mm 94. Replace with the same type fuse for continued protection against fire. This HITACHI Service Manual is intended for the qualified service personnel and it contains the necessary information for troubleshooting the Plasma television set in case of malfunction.5A 323W PST(W) Without POD.REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED” The rating of fuse F9A2 is 6. With POD.

Night 18 42:1024i.480i . W/B Temp. Internal Speakers .Noise Reductfon.Color.480i) 29 POP 30 With Main: ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL.Tint .Auto Color.480i) 33 7Mode Video Selection 34 4:3 Standard/16:9 Standard1 /16:9 Standard 2 4:3 Expanded/Zoom1/Zoom 2/16:9 Zoom 35 Full/Normal/Real (Real 42:VGA. .DW2U SPECIFICATIONS FEATURES A. Wide. Off) 3 FC6 Video Signal ComponentSignal PinP Mode - Sound Enhancement Adjustment Settings for Video Signal 23 Picture.Photo Input Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX Except Photo Input only HDT/HDX Color Temperature Input Signal Selection Black & White only HDT/HDX IEEE1394 only HDT/HDX Photo Input only HDT/HDX 12 TABLE OF CONTENTS .720p.256QAM) VHP 2~13 UHF 14 ~ 69 CATV A-5~A-1.480p.Auto Movie Mode. Balance.Black Enhancement .64QAM.Soft Mute 25 26 Settings for Sound General Function PinP Mode Wide Mode Aspect PC Film Theater Split 27 With(ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL & Video.Plasma Model Dimension A/C Input Voltage Size Weight Input AC Voltage Input AC Frequency Power Consumption Front End(NTSC & ATSC) Available Channel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Input Signal Video Signal Component Signal PC Signal HDMI Signal Y/C Separation Line Correction I-P Conversion Picture Mode Display Mode 55HDS69/55HDT79/55HDX99 1510mm x 840mm x 119mm 59k g AC108V~132V (with 3 Plug AC Power Cord i nlet type .55:VGA/SVGA/XGA/WXGA) 36 With(Auto Movie Mode:On/Off) 37 4Mode (High/Medium/Standard/Black & White) 38 VIDEO1/2/3/4/5. Cable/ Air.55:768p 21 22 BassBoost & Surround (Normal.1080i) PIP 31 With(Main:ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL.Perfect Volume.55:768p 20 42:1024i.720p.720p.Video.A~W.U X G A fH:24KHz -1 09KHz.Video.480i .fV:50Hz85Hz) 13 480i.1080i) Freeze 32 With(3Pix:only ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL.Brightness.Video.Black Side Panel 24 Vol. 1 0 8 0 i .Color Management/Decoding . Source.Auto Noise Cancel.IEEE1394.W+1~W+94 Front End Picture 10 N T S C 11 4 8 0 i / p .1080i) Strobe 28 With(3Pix:only ANT/CABLE DIGITAL CHANNEL. SBY/POD -SBY less than 1W/14W ENGD6305 NTSC/ATSC(8VSB).1080i(EIA-861B) 14 3D Y/C (ON fix) 15 No 16 Motion Adaptive & Multi Angle Interpolation 17 Day.720p.1.8m length) 60Hz 370W.480i .Mute. Bass.Contrast Mode. Sharpness.Contrast.Treble. 7 2 0 p 12 V G A .Video.55:768p 19 42:1024i.

priority is S-ln) .ESPANOL With 55HDT79 and 55HDX99 only Stand sold separately P A N A S O N I C / UEI/HOSHIDEN Burning Protection OSD Language (VIDEO) Power Swivel R/C Handset In/Out Terminal Composite Video Input (VIDEO1~5) 45 46 47 48 49 50 CLU -3861WL/CLU-123S /CLU-4352UG2 5 Input: RCA pin* 5 (1 Input Side Panel) 2 InputMini Din-4P x 2 51 S-ln(S2 Terminal) (Video/S are common selector. on side panel 55HDX99 Only 55HDT79/55HDX99 Only Photo Input Audio Optical Output Front Key Main Power Switch Power On/off Switch IR Receiving Unit Power Indicator LED Menu Control Key Option POP TV Stand Wall Mount Unit Yes.VIDEO5) Digital Input(HDMH-HDCP) Audio In (L/R) (Lch:mono) Auto Link Video Control Terminal (BS) U/V Ant Input BS-I/F Input Video Monitor Out Terminal Audio Output Terminal Audio Monitor Out Terminal IR-OUTPUT 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 3 lnput:RCA pin x 9(Y of VIDEO1/2/5 is common input for Composite-In) 3 lnput:HDMI(18P)X3 (Selected by component Video1/2/5. A/V Input Select .FRANCAIS.Digital input priority) 5 lnput:RCApinx10 1 Input (VIDEO2 LINK) No CABLE / AIR No 1 Output: RCA pin x 1 1 O u t p u t U R : R C A p i n x 2( Common input for No. Component Signal Input (VIDEO3.AII White Pattern) ENGLISH. on front panel Yes. Vol U/D. below panel Yes.59 ) Auto Link Function 1 Output L/R:RCA pin x 2 2 Terminal 55HDT79/55HDX99 Only Headphone Terminal IEEE 1394 Input RS-232C Terminal No 2 (4pin connector) 1 (Female type) 1 (On Side panel) 1 (Square type) Yes .DW2U SPECIFICATIONS FEATURES Model General Function Gamma Correction Picture Enhancer Input Signal Identification Audio Special Mode Power Save Mode 39 40 41 42 43 44 55HDS69/55HDT79/55HDX99 Only for Service Menu - yes No With (On/Off) (Video In) LED Normal: Blue Power Save: Orange Stand by: Red With (Raster Shift:3 option. Menu Select) With With - 13 .VIDEO4. on side panel (Channel U/D. on front panel Yes.

Med.2H.14H) S IN AV IN S V AUDIO Y As 6CH OUT RF OUT OUT OUPUT Composite 1 - 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 - 2 2 2 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X X X OPT 1 OPT 1 OPT 1 Front/Side Jack Model Name Class Composite HDMI L/R (Ver1.2.1) RS232C IR-Out YPbPr 2(1H.2H. DECO:SIL) Leggero(ALL SIL) Aspect ATSC ATSC/NTSC 1Tuner 16x9 16x9 16x9 X X X X X X QAM Basic Digital POD MPEG EPG M/C Cable Decoder Gemstar X X X X USB X X X X USB X X X - Model Name Class 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDS69 HDX HDT HDS DTV NTSC FORMAT 1080i 1080i 1080i 3/2 Fill Pulldown Mode Seine2 Auto/off 7modes Seine2 Auto/off 7modes Seine2 Auto/off 7modes Seine Memory by inputs X X X Shield 31% Mesh 36% Mesh 36% Mesh Comb Filter 3DYC 3DYC 3DYC Resolution P2 1366x768 P2 1366x768 P2 1366x768 OSD 06 OSD Dir 06 OSD A 06 OSD B Color Temp 4Mode(High. Med.2.Std.Pr 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDS69 HDX HDT HDS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Model Name Class Power LED 55HDX99 HDX Blue 55HDT79 HDT Blue 55HDS69 HDS Blue Downloadable Option V Chip Energy Star PLC Wall mount Swivel Pow/Manual Pow Pow Manual Table Top Hotel Stand Mode × (STF551) × (STF552S) × (STF552S) (OPT) × × × X X X X X X X X X WM51 WM51 WM51 Adjust Color Contrast Color Manage Mode Decoder X X X X X X X White Level Model Name Class Black Level 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDS69 HDX HDT HDS X - Stand sold separately 14 .Std) 3Mode(High. Med.Pb.Std) Model Name Class 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDS69 HDX HDT HDS PIP Digital Tuner/Ext SPLIT Digital Tuner/Ext SPLIT Digital Tuner/Ext SPLIT AV NET Type X Rotate Rotate TVU Remote Source Color PANA/Black PANA/Black Hoshiden/BLACK Sound function Simple IR Descrete UEI Pass Thru Code X - Dolby AC3 Downmix AC3 Downmix AC3 Downmix Perfect Surround BassBoost Volume × × × × × × × × × - X X - X X X Rear Jacks Model Name Class 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDS69 HDX HDT HDS TV Center L/mono L/mono L/mono Output Speaker Watt 36 36 36 2FR2W 2FR2W 2FR2W Digital I/F IEEE1394 HDMI(Ver1.2H.DW2U FEATURES & DIFFERENCES Model Name Class Chassis Series Name 55HDX99 HDX DW2C Directors 55HDT79 HDT DW2B UltraVision 55HDS69 HDS DW2A UltraVision Cabinet Design Leggero(ALL BLK) Leggero(SP:BLK.14H) 2(1H. B&W 3Mode(High.14H) 2(1H.2.1) Y.

0 kg 300~1114h P a (4727m~-757m) 0. / CANADA Cabinet Dimensions (Main Body) (Speaker & stand inclusive) Frame Color Screen Stand Weight (Main Body) (Speaker & stand inclusive) (Main Body: Packed) Screen Size Resolution Dot Pitch (H) Dot Pitch (V) Viewing Angle (H) Viewing Angle (V) Surface Finishing Peak Brightness (1% window) 1510mm x 840mm x 119mm Dark Charcoal Metallic (HDT/HDX) Brightness Silver (HDS) Inclusive (With Power Swivel) Environment Specifications NO 1 2 3 4 5 Item Operating Temp. 6 OHz Temperature (Stored) Humidity (Operating) Humidity (Stored) Atmospheric Pressure (Operating) Atmospheric Pressure (Storage) 5~35°C (41F~95F) -15~60°C (5F~140F) 20~80%RH ( N o n .10%Distortion) PUSH (LOCK) 1 switch PUSH (NON -LOCK) 1 switch RCA .7 million colors or more 18W+ 18W(6ohm>.A. 31912feet to 2483feet) 15 .S.90mm 0.85 G 30cm 12° Over Display Panel 1229. 69.c o n d e n s i n g ) 20~90%RH (Non-condensing) 800 to 1114hPa (altitude: 1888m to -757m.90mm ±85° ±85° 0. Color te m perature 'HIGH' Input Signal A m plitude 100 % is set) 7 8 9 Front Filter Brightness All White Pattern Contrast Color Reproduction Audio Output Panel Operation Input Terminal Output Terminal Power Supply Source Guaranteed Environment Condition Contrast ratio Color Reproduction Audio Output Main Power Switch Power Switch Video/Audio Input Audio Line Output Speaker Output Connector Input Voltage Temp. HDMI DV connector Sub Woofer Output 1 system - 3 Polarity Receptacle Single Phase AC108 -132V. D a y m o d e . Operating Humidity Stock Humidity Operating Atmosphere Pressure Stock Atmosphere Pressure Warranty Gravity Vertical Warranty Drop High Tilt Angle Specification +5°C~+35°C -15°C~+60°C 20%~80%RH 20%~90%RH 800~1114h Pa (1888m~-757m) 6 59 kg typ.DW2U General Specification Model Spec Model NameItem Destination Exterior 55HDS69/55HDT79/55HDX99 U.2mm(55lnch 16:9) 1366x768 pixels 0. 6194feet to -2483feet) 300 to 1114hPa (Altitude: 9727m to -757m. (Operating) 1000 : 1 (typ) 16.1ohm mesh 2 240 cd/m or more ( W h e n V I D E O .4x691. Stock Temp.

1 Aspect Yes : Selectable Input Signal ANT Analog ANT Digital YPBPR IEEE1394 Digital YPBPR Input 1 HDMI YCBCR Video YCBCR NTSC 480p 480i 1080i/720p 480p 480i 1080i/720p 1080i/720p 480p 480i Auto ON Auto Aspect Aspect Video ID 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 1394DV 16x9 16x9 Letter 4x3 No Info Auto OFF Video S-Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF Input 2 HDMI 1080i/720p 480p 480i Auto ON 16x9 16x9 Letter 4x3 No Info Auto OFF Video S-Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF Input 3 YPBPR 1080i/720p 480p 480i Auto ON 16x9 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF No Signal Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Aspect 16:9 Standard 1 Yes Yes 16:9 Standard 2 16:9 Zoom Yes Yes Yes 4:3 Standard Yes 4:3 Expanded Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Input 5 Yes Yes 4:3 Zoom 1 Yes 4:3 Zoom 2 Yes Input 4 Input Signal YPBPR 1080i/720p 480p 480i Auto Aspect Aspect Video ID 16x9 Aspect 16:9 Standard 1 Yes Yes Initial 16:9 Standard 2 Yes 16:9 Zoom Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 4:3 Standard 4:3 Expanded Yes 4:3 Zoom 1 4:3 Zoom 2 : Un-selectable Auto ON 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF No Signal Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF HDMI 1080i/720p 480p 480i Auto ON 16x9 16x9 Letter 4x3 No Info Auto OFF YPBPR 1080i/720p 480p 480i Auto ON 16x9 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF No Signal Video NTSC Auto ON 16x9 Letter 4x3 No ID Auto OFF Horizontal Expansion Vertical Expansion 16x9 4x3 105% 105% 105% 100% 100% 100% 133% 133% 133% 75% 110% 133% 100% 110% 100% 133% 133% 176% Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Initial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 16 .DW2U Display Specification Continuation Picture Format for Each Input Source Aspect. Black Side Panel. Vertical Position. Virtual HD. PIP Mode 9.1.

DW2U [Expansion] <4x3 Format> <16x9 Format> 4:3 Expanded Mode 90% 90% 4x3 16:9 Standard1 16x9 16:9 Standard1 90% 90% 162% Horizontal Expansion Ratio (%) 16x9 16:9 Standard2 113% 16:9 Zoom 16:9 Zoom 75% 75% 4x3 16x9 Horizontal Position 75% 75% 90% 4x3 4:3 Standard 4x3 Format 16x9 Format 100% 4:3 Expanded 4:3 Expanded 100% 90% 90% 4x3 16x9 4:3 Expanded 75% 4x3 4:3 Zoom1 162% 113% 162% 56% 4x3 4:3 Zoom2 75% 17 .

DW2U Aspect Key Operation (1) ANT Analog Channel 16:9 Standard1 (3) HDMI/YPBPR: 1080i/720p Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key 16:9 Zoom 4:3 Standard 16:9 Standard1 16:9 Standard2 Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom2 Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom1 4:3 Expanded 4:3 Expanded 16:9 Zoom (2) ANT Digital Channel (a) Aspect: 16x9 16:9 Standard1 (4) HDMI/YPBPR: 480p/480i. Video/S-Video (4-1) Auto Aspect OFF Aspect Key 16:9 Standard2 (This mode is for 1080i/720p only.) 16:9 Standard1 Aspect Key 16:9 Zoom Aspect Key 4:3 Standard Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom2 Aspect Key Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom1 4:3 Expanded 16:9 Zoom Aspect Key 4:3 Expanded (b) Aspect: 4x3 4:3 Standard Aspect Key 4:3 Expanded (4-2) Auto Aspect ON (a) Video ID/HDMI Info: 16x9 Aspect Key Video ID: 16x9 Power ON Initial 16:9 Standard1 16:9 Zoom Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom2 Aspect Key Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom1 Aspect Key 18 .

4 YPBPR 1080i 720p 480p 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480i NTSC 1080i 720p 480p 480i NTSC 1080i 720p 480p 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480i NTSC 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 4x3 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 16x9 16x9 4x3 Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom2 Aspect Key Aspect Key Video ID: 4x3 Power ON Initial Video Input5 HDMI 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 4x3 4:3 Zoom1 0 step Gray out YPBPR Video 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out Position 4:3 Expanded 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 10 step ( 10 lines) 4:3 Zoom 1 10 step ( 30 lines) 4:3 Zoom 2 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) 10 step ( 50 lines) (d) No Video ID.4 Black Side Panel Operation Black Side Panel OFF (Power ON Initial) 4:3 Standard Black Side Panel ON Black Side Panel Menu 4:3 Standard Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom2 Aspect Key Aspect Key Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom1 4:3 Expanded Gray Side Panel Black Side 19 .1. No HDMI Info Aspect Key Aspect Key PIP Mode SPLIT/POP/ PIP/STROBE 16:9 Standard 16:9 Zoom 4:3 Standard 9.DW2U Vertical Position Operation (b) Video ID/HDMI Info: Letter 4:3 Standard Aspect Key Input 4:3 Expanded 16:9 Standard1/2 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 16:9 Zoom 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom2 Aspect Key Aspect Key 4:3 Zoom1 ANT Analog ANT Digital Video YPBPR NTSC 1080i 720p 480p 480i 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 Vertical 4:3 Standard 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 10 step ( 30 lines) 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 10 step ( 30 lines) 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 0 step Gray out 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) 10 step ( 30 lines) Video ID: Letter Power ON Initial IEEE1394 YPBPR Input 1 .2 HDMI (c) Video ID/HDMI Info: 4x3 4:3 Standard Aspect Key 4:3 Expanded S-Video Video Input 3 .

DW2U PIP Mode PIP Mode POP Main Digital (Air or Cable) 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i Sub 1080i 16x9 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 720p 16x9 Digital 480p 480p 16x9 4x3 480i 16x9 480i 4x3 Component/Composite/S-IN/HDMI 1080i 720p 480p 480p 480i 480i 16x9 16x9 16x9 4x3 16x9 4x3 POP Mode: 341/256 Lines 1024/768 Lines 341/256 Lines 4x3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 4x3 4x3 341/256 Lines 4x3 4x3 4x3 Component Composite S-IN HDMI Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes Yes Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes*2 PIP Mode: 1024/768 Lines PIP 16x9 Digital (Air or Cable) 4x3 4x3 16x9 16x9 Component Composite S-IN HDMI 4x3 4x3 Yes*1 Yes Yes Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes Yes Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes*1 Yes Component Composite S-IN HDMI 16x9 16x9 1024/768 Lines 16x9 16x9 SPLIT Digital (Air or Cable) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 16x9 16x9 STROBE Digital (4pix) (Air or Cable) SPLIT Mode: 768/576 Lines (93%) STROBE Mode: 4x3 4x3 Yes Yes Yes 4x3 4x3 4x3 4x3 Yes*1: Auto Aspect OFF Yes*2: Auto Aspect ON 20 341/256 Lines Component Composite S-IN HDMI 341/256 Lines Component Composite S-IN HDMI 16x9 16x9 341/256 Lines PIP 4x3 Digital (Air or Cable) Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes Yes Yes Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes*1 Yes Yes Yes 16x9 16x9 .

When Last mode is POP/PIP Mode and a Main signal is 480i/NTSC. PIP Mode of a display turns into Last Mode. When Last mode is POP/PIP Mode and a Main signal is 1080i. A Channel/Input change can do the screen out of which the sound has come. When PIP OFF [EXIT Key]. When EXIT Key is pushed. it displays by SPLIT Mode. POP/PIP Mode cannot display 720p/480p signals. PIP Mode is set to PIP. the sound of Main and Sub interchanges. SURF Mode is not displayed at a V-Chip setup.DW2U (1) PIP Key Operation Normal Viewing (2) Freeze Operation Main Frozen PIP Key Freeze Key Freeze Key Main Moving Sub Frozen Exit Key Freeze Key POP STROBE Freeze Key SPLIT PIP Key PIP 4x3 PIP Key (3) SWAP Operation Main Audio PIP 16x9 Key Sub Audio A B Sub Audio A B Sub Audio A Main Audio A B B Key Exit Key Main Audio A Key B A B PIP OFF (Note) If PIP Key is pushed from a Normal screen. 21 . PIP OFF A B (Note) When right and left Key are pushed. PIP of Last Mode will be displayed. PIP turns off. Therefore. When PIP is turns off. the screen where sound is sounding turns into a normal screen. A shipment setup of PIP Mode is SPLIT Mode. SPLIT Mode is displayed at this time. PIP Mode is set to PIP.

When the selected picture is Component or HDMI signal and audio out is monitor.DW2U (4) Monitor Out (4-1) Set the Monitor out: Monitor out Main Audio Key Sub Audio (4-2) Set the Monitor out: TV out Main Audio Key Sub Audio A B A B Sub Audio A B A B Sub Audio Main Audio Key A B Main Audio A Main Audio Key B Sub Audio Main Audio A B A B Sub Audio A Key B A B A Key B A B Main Audio Monitor Out Monitor Out Sub Audio Monitor Out C Monitor Out D A B (Note) When right and left Key are pushed. the sound of Main and Sub interchanges. The picture and sound of ANT is outputted from Monitor out. When the selected picture is Component or HDMI signal and audio out is HiFi out. When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel. monitor out is no picture and no audio. monitor out is no picture and no audio. S-Video of monitor out is no picture. When the selected picture is Composite Video signal. Main/Sub Audio Select Input Mode ANT Digital (AIR or Channel CABLE) No Macrovision Macrovision S-Video S-Video Video YPBPR YPBPR YES ANT Digital only YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT Monitor Out: TV out S-Video Video YES YES ANT ANT L/R YES ANT HiFi YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT Analog Channel Input_1 HDMI_1 S-Video_1 Video_1 HDMI_2 S-Video_2 Video_2 YPBPR_3 Video_3 YPBPR_4 Video_4 HDMI_5 YPBPR_5 Video_5 Input_2 Input2 YES Input_3 Input_4 Input_5 Side Input3 Input4 Input5 Side YPBPR YES YES 22 . the sound of Main and Sub interchanges. The picture and sound of the selected picture are outputted from Monitor out. When ANT is analog channel. monitor out is no picture and no audio. S-Video of monitor out is no picture. Main/Sub Audio Select Input Mode ANT (AIR or CABLE) Input1 Digital No Macrovision Channel Macrovision Analog Channel HDMI_1 S-Video_1 Video_1 HDMI_2 S-Video_2 Video_2 YPBPR_3 Video_3 YPBPR_4 Video_4 HDMI_5 YPBPR_5 Video_5 S-Video S-Video Video S-Video YES Monitor Out Video L/R YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES HiFi YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES (Note) When right and left Key are pushed. When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel. monitor out is no picture but audio is output.

When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel. Main Audio Select Input Mode ANT Digital (AIR or Channel CABLE) No Macrovision Macrovision S-Video S-Video Video YPBPR YPBPR YES ANT Digital only YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT Monitor Out: TV out S-Video Video YES YES ANT ANT L/R YES ANT HiFi YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT YES ANT Key Key Key Analog Channel Input_1 HDMI_1 S-Video_1 Video_1 HDMI_2 S-Video_2 Video_2 YPBPR_3 Video_3 YPBPR_4 Video_4 HDMI_5 YPBPR_5 Video_5 Input_2 Key (Note) The Sub screen position of POP Mode moves up and down by the upper and lower sides Key.DW2U (4-3) At the time of reservation videotape recording Main Audio Key Sub Audio A B Sub Audio A (4) PIP Position Operation A Main Audio A B Key Key Key B Main Audio A Key B Sub Audio Key Key B A B Key Key Monitor Out C (Note) At the time of reservation videotape recording. Input_3 Input_4 Input_5 Side YPBPR When Macrovision signal is included in the ANT Digital channel. the picture and sound of ANT is outputted from Monitor out. A Sub screen position of PIP Mode moves clockwise by the upper and lower sides Key. monitor out is no picture and no audio. monitor out is no picture and no audio. 23 .

please ask for professional installer. LOCATION Wood screw two places Securing to a Wall 1. 5. 4. two people are required to transport it safely. and increased chance of set failure. lift the handles and the bottom frame as shown below. 10 cm B 12 in. In case of an abnormal symptom.46 in. an indoor antenna may be sufficient. If the Power Swivel feature will be used. cabinet color changes. the Plasma television should be secured to the wall as shown in fig.How To Set Up Your New Hitachi Plasma Television To take measures to prevent the Plasma Display from tipping over and prevent possible injury it is important to mount the unit in a stable and flat surface. for example. 39 cm 10 cm (4 inches) 10 cm (4 inches) (a) Power Swivel NOT USED (b) Power Swivel USED NOTES: 1. etc. However. (a) or (b). Connect the other end (Arrow mark facing front)to the swivel slot of the Table Top Stand.77 cm D 12 in. maintain a space of 10 cm (4 inches) from the sides/back of the monitor.8 cm 55” 24 TABLE OF CONTENTS . Do not block the ventilation holes of the Plasma Display monitor. 2. 11. Keep the Plasma television 4 inches away from the wall except when mounted using the wall mount bracket. Wire ANTENNA Unless your Plasma Television is connected to a cable TV system or to a centralized antenna system. a good outdoor color TV antenna is recommended for best performance. TURNING RADIUS The maximum turning radius is 30˚ (left and right). and 30 cm (12 inches) from the top of the television to the wall. Do not install by yourself. Secure the television to the wall as shown in fig. 10cm (4 inches) or more 30cm (11. (a). CONNECT POWER SWIVEL CABLE Connect one end of cable (Arrow mark facing left) to the swivel slot of the Plasma Rear Panel. 30 cm 16. 3. Also. Using commercially available wood screws. Blocking the ventilation holes might cause fire or defect. The wires need to be long enough to allow the television to turn 30˚ to the left and right. do not place the TV where temperatures can become excessively hot. 2. 30 cm 16 in. Do not place any objects on the path of the monitor when using the power swivel feature. be sure that the location selected allows a free flow of air to and from the perforated back cover of the set.8 inches) or more Select an area where sunlight or bright indoor illumination will not fall directly on the picture screen. 41. (b). If the Power Swivel feature will not be used. Do not grab the speakers or the back cover when lifting. If you purchased the wall mount bracket option. 30 cm (12 inches) A 42" 55" 4 in. In order to prevent an internal temperature increase.8in D (30cm) C 42" 55" 12 in. whenever it is moved.8in (30cm) Caution when moving the main unit As this product is heavy. Securing to a table-top 1. To avoid cabinet warping. unplug the AC cord. 10 cm 4 in. secure the set firmly in position. 2. the Plasma television should be secured to the wall as shown in fig. 30 cm 15. in direct sunlight or near a heating appliance. Using wood screws (two) fasten the set to the clamping screw holes on the rear of the Plasma Display stand as shown below.26 in. When moving the Display Monitor. if you are located in an exceptionally good signal area that is free from interference and multiple image ghosts. C 11. Whenever the unit is moved it should be lifted forward using the top and base on both sides of the Display Monitor for stability. 38.

the best audio performance will be obtained by placing the speakers equidistant from each side of the receiver cabinet and as close as possible to the height of the picture screen center. place the surround speakers to the side or behind the viewing area. AIR / CABLE VHF (300-Ohm) antenna/UHF antenna When using a 300-Ohm twin lead from an outdoor antenna. If the TV’s audio output will be connected to a Hi-Fi system’s external speakers. To CATV cable To outdoor antenna or AIR / CABLE When both VHF and UHF antennas are connected Attach an optional antenna cable mixer to the TV antenna terminal. To outdoor VHF or UHF antenna To UHF antenna AIR / CABLE To outdoor antenna or CATV system Antenna Mixer NOTE: Connecting a 300-Ohm twin lead connector may cause interference. connect the VHF or UHF antenna leads to screws of the VHF or UHF adapter. connect the coaxial cable to the same AIR/CABLE terminal. place the external speakers at least four feet from the side of the TV. and connect the cables to the antenna mixer. connect CATV coaxial cable to the AIR/CABLE (75-Ohm) terminal. For best stereo separation. drapes or screens can be used to reduce the reflection or the TV can be located in a different section of the room. During daylight hours. reflections from outside light may appear on the screen. 20 3’ 0’ 5’ 10’ BEST VERTICAL VIEWING ANGLE 15’ 20’ R 4" Minimum 80 S BEST HORIZONTAL 10' 80 15' 20' 5' 4" Minimum ANTENNA CONNECTIONS TO REAR JACK PANEL VIEWING ANGLE L S VHF (75-Ohm) antenna/CATV (Cable TV) When using a 75-Ohm coaxial cable system. Plug the adapter into the antenna terminal on the TV. 25 .HOW TO SET UP YOUR NEW HITACHI PLASMA TELEVISION VIEWING The best picture is seen by sitting directly in front of the TV and about 10 to 18 feet from the screen. Or if you have an antenna. Differences in room sizes and acoustical environments will require some experimentation with speaker placement for best performance. Consult your dealer or service store for the antenna mixer. If so. Using a 75-Ohm coaxial cable is recommended.

8mm plug to 3. Power Swivel Cable (Provided) (HDT & HDX only) This cable is used to connect the swivel stand to the rear panel of the Plasma Television. For best performance.5mm plug) Used on all standard video and audio cable which connect to inputs and outputs located on the rear jack panel and front control panel. Phono Connector Used on all standard video and audio cables which connect to inputs and outputs located on the television’s rear jack panel and front control panel.Hook-up Cables and Connectors Most video/audio connections between components can be made with shielded video and audio cables that have phono connectors. This connection allows your TV to control your cable box and VCR. VCRs and laserdisc players with an S-Video feature in place of the standard video cable to produce a high quality picture. You must place the IR mouse in front of the corresponding IR window of your cable box and VCR. “F” Type 75-Ohm Coaxial Antenna Connector For connecting RF signals (antenna or cable TV) to the antenna jack on the television. video cables should use 75-Ohm coaxial shielded wire. Cables can be purchased from most stores that sell audio/video products. HDMI Cable This cable is used to connect your external devices such as Set-Top-Boxes or DVD players equipped with an HDMI output connection to the TV’s HDMI input.8mm STEREO MINI-PLUG 2 RCA TYPE PLUGS USB Cable (HDT & HDX only) This cable is used to connect your digital camera to the Photo Input in the side of the Plasma television. S-Video (Super Video) Connector This connector is used on camcorders. Optical Cable This cable is used to connect to an audio amplifier with an Optical Audio In jack. be sure of the output and input connector types required by the various components and the length of each cable. Stereo Cable (3. 26 . Before purchasing any cables. Use this cable for the best sound quality. AUDIO OUT 3. 300-Ohm Twin Lead Connector This outdoor antenna cable must be connected to an antenna adapter (300-Ohm to 75-Ohm). IR Mouse Cable (Provided) (HDT & HDX only) Connect the IR Mouse to the IR output of your Plasma Television when A/V Network is used. Below are illustrations and names of common connectors.

LAST CHANNEL BUTTON (TV. Push down on the wheel to mute.Video Cassette Recorder/Player AMP/CD . INPUTS BUTTON (TV. Audio Devices NOTES: 1.Television DVD . STB. DVD and audio devices. DVD Players. DVD. STB. PVR) Switches between the current and last channel viewed. AMP/CD) Changes the mode of the Universal Remote Control to control the device selected. AMP/CD) Press to show and change the Freeze mode of the TV. DVD/VCR CONTROL BUTTONS (DVD. such as channel information. CBL. PVR/VCR) Accesses the OSD menu system. AMP/CD) Used to manually enter the TV channel. the remote control is designed to operate different types of devices.Digital Video Disc Player CBL . In addition to controlling all of the functions on your HITACHI Plasma TV. PVR/VCR) Exits out of the OSD. STB. PVR/VCR. Push down on the wheel to access (FAV) Favorite Channel mode.) (-) BUTTON (TV. Can also be used to change backlight mode. GUIDE BUTTON (TV.Cable Box STB .is used to change channels up or down. STB.Personal Video Recorder VCR . CBL. DVD. EXIT BUTTON (TV. PVR) Press to use the back light feature. DVD. AMP/CD) Scroll up and down to adjust the audio level of your TV. Also used to pause other devices when the remote is in DVD. and used for numeric entry when navigating through the OSD. The Select button is used to Select/Activate highlighted menu items.STB) The (-) button is used when the remote is in Set-Top-Box (STB) mode or when the TV uses a digital input. The remote control must be programmed to control the chosen device. AMP/CD) Scroll up or down to change channel. AMP) Accesses the INPUTS menu system. LEGEND TV .QUICK REFERENCE REMOTE CONTROL 55HDT79 and 55HDX99 Models Only POWER BUTTON (TV. STB. MODE INDICATOR Turns on or blinks to show remote control mode when the SOURCE ACCESS buttons are pressed. CBL. CURSOR UP & DOWN /CH + & CH . PVR/VCR. Cable Boxes (CBL). VCR) The CH+ or CH. CBL. DAY/NIGHT (TV) Toggles picture mode settings between DAY and NIGHT mode. AMP/CD) Turns the selected device on and off. DVD. The Cursor UP or DOWN to navigate through the OSD and INPUT menu systems.Amplifier/Compact Disc Player. PVR) TM Accesses the TV Guide On Screen system (see page 54) of the TV or the program guide of other devices. PVR/VCR. INFO BUTTON (TV. STB. CBL. (Favorite channel is only available for TV mode. 3. VOLUME WHEEL (TV.PVR/VCR. STB. STB. CBL.Set-Top-Box/Satellite Receiver PVR . STB. Refer to Instruction Book for detailed programming instructions. AMP/CD) Controls the functions of your VCR.BUTTON (TV. satellite receivers. CBL. INPUTS or AV NET menu systems if their menu is displayed. PVR) Displays various information on the screen. set-top-boxes. PVR/VCR. PVR/VCR) The Cursor Pad is used as a cursor to navigate through the OSD and INPUT menu systems. MENU BUTTON (TV. STB. PAUSE BUTTON (TV. or AMP/CD mode. 27 . CBL. PVR/VCR. DVD. LIGHT BUTTON (TV. CBL. CBL. STB. CURSOR PAD/SELECT BUTTON (TV. such as. and AV NET menu systems. CBL. CD precode is included in the AMP mode. CBL. PIP CONTROL BUTTONS (TV) Press to show and change the Picture-in-Picture mode. PVR/VCR. ASPECT BUTTON (TV) Changes the aspect ratio of the TV. NUMERIC BUTTONS (TV. STB. 2. DVD. CHANNEL WHEEL (TV. INPUTS. PVRs/VCRs and audio devices. VCR precode is included in the PVR mode. SOURCE ACCESS BUTTONS (TV. Pressing any buttons will illuminate the backlight for 4 seconds while in Automatic mode (Default).

LEGEND TV — Television CBL — Cable Box NOTES: VCR — Video Cassette Recorder/Player DVD — Digital Video Disc Player SAT— Satellite Receiver 1. MENU BUTTON (CBL. LAST CHANNEL (LC) BUTTON (TV. CBL. VCR) Controls the precode functions of your VCR and DVD.QUICK REFERENCE REMOTE CONTROL In addition to controlling all of the functions on your HITACHI Plasma TV. Please see pages of the OWNERS GUIDE for a complete description of all features and programming of the Remote Control. FAVORITE CHANNEL (FAV CH) button (TV) Press to enter/access Favorite Channel (FAV) mode. CHANNEL BUTTONS (TV. PIP BUTTON (TV) Press to show and change the Picture-in-Picture mode. the new remote control is designed to operate different types of devices. VOLUME BUTTONS (TV) Adjusts the audio level of your TV. CBL. VCR. SAT) The (-) button is used when the remote is in Set-Top-Box (STB) mode or when the TV uses a digital input. CBL (Cable Boxes). CURSOR/SELECT BUTTONS (TV. DVD. INFO BUTTON (TV. SAT) Turns the selected device on and off. DVD/VCR CONTROL BUTTONS (DVD. SAT) Exits out of the OSD or INPUTS menu systems if their menu is displayed. NUMERIC BUTTONS (TV. satellite receivers. CBL. 55HDS69 Model Only SOURCE ACCESS BUTTONS (TV. 28 . please point the remote control directly at the remote control sensor for best results. DVD. SAT) Switches between the current and last channel viewed. EXIT BUTTON (TV. VCR. SAT) Displays various information on the screen. and VCRs. RECORD BUTTON (VCR) Press twice (2 times) to record programs. To control TV functions. and to complete mute if pressed twice. TV) Accesses the OSD menu system. SAT. DVD. DVD. SAT) Changes the mode of the Universal Remote Control to control the device selected. CBL. GUIDE BUTTON (SAT. DVD. SAT. VCR) Used to manually enter the TV channel. INPUTS BUTTON (TV) Accesses the INPUTS menu system. and the SELECT button is used to Select/Activate the highlighted menu item. POWER BUTTON (TV. MUTE BUTTON (TV) Reduces the audio level to 50% if pressed once. set-top-boxes. SAT) The CURSOR buttons are used to navigate the cursor through the OSD and INPUTS menu systems. VCR) Changes the channel. CBL. CBL. DVD Players. CBL. The remote control must be programmed to control the chosen device. Press it a third time to restore audio level. DVD) Press to show and change the Freeze mode of the TV or pause other devices. ASPECT BUTTON (TV) Changes the aspect ratio while watching TV. VCR. PAUSE BUTTON (TV. and used for numeric entry when navigating through the OSD menu system. The TV’s remote control sensor is located on the right bottom portion of the TV screen. CBL) Accesses the program guide of other devices. (-) BUTTON (TV. SAT. such as. DAY/NIGHT BUTTON (TV) Select picture mode settings between DAY and NIGHT mode. CBL.

This button also serves as the SELECT button when in MENU mode. Thread the square hole with the band.Front/Rear/Side Panel Controls FRONT VIEW 55HDS69 Model Only 55HDT79 & 55HDX99 Models Only REAR/SIDE VIEW Firmly bind the cables. The “MAIN POWER” button must be at stand-by mode. Press again to exit the MENU mode. POWER button Television MAIN POWER button This power button is for the complete system. 29 PR PB . CHANNEL selector Press these buttons until the desired channel appears in the top right corner of the TV screen. SIDE HDMI INPUT (5) Use the side HDMI input for extrenal devices such as Set-Top-Boxes or DVD players equipped with an HDMI output connection (see page 16 for reference). These buttons also serve as the cursor left ( ) and right ( ) buttons when in MENU mode. under the label “MAIN POWER”. NOTE: When the “MAIN POWER” button is set to OFF or the TV is unplugged. VOLUME level Press these buttons to adjust the sound level. The volume level will be displayed on the TV screen. INPUT/EXIT button Press this button to access the INPUT menu. NOTE: The Rear View of the 55” model is slightly different from the 42” models. It is recommended to leave the “MAIN POWER” to ON condition (lights red) for stand-by mode. These buttons also serve as the cursor down ( ) and up ( ) buttons when in MENU mode. Hook the band to the claw. It can also be turned ON/OFF by remote control. MENU/SELECT button This button allows you to enter the MENU. the clock will stop and may eventually reset itself. and must be turned ON/OFF manually. One of the differences are the handles that are only present on the 42” models. making it possible to set TV features to your preference without using the remote. SIDE POWER button Press this button to turn the Plasma Television ON/OFF. The Main Power button is located on the broadside bottom.

Your HITACHI Plasma TV will appear to be turned OFF (lights orange) if there is no video input when INPUT : 1. In this case. REMOTE CONTROL sensor Point your remote at this area when selecting channels. OFF. 4 and 5. connect the components B-Y output to the TV’s PB input and the components R-Y output to the TV’s PR input. USB memory or memory card USB drive to view your digital still pictures (see Owners Guide). 2. It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-PBPR inputs (see page 37). (Only HDT & HDX models) LEARNING AV NET sensor Point your equipment’s remote control at this area while using the AV NET Learning Wizard. TV MAIN POWER is ON . etc. Your component outputs may be labeled Y. B-Y. (Stand-by) OFF. You may use composite video signal for both inputs. and R-Y. INPUT 4 and INPUT 5 (Y/VIDEO) can be used for composite video and component video input. such as a DVD player or Set Top Box. Remote Control can not turn ON/OFF the “MAIN POWER” of the TV. 3. A red stand-by indicator lamp located on the lower right corner of the front bezel will illuminate. Your component outputs may be labeled Y-CBCR. 30 . The Plasma TV is now ready for remote ON/OFF operation. When the main power switch on the TV is ON. adjusting volume. connect the component CB output to the TV’s PB input and the component CR output to the TV’s PR input. press the main power switch located on the lower right side of the TV. TV MAIN POWER is ON . picture is shown.Front/Rear/Side Panel Controls POWER light indicator To turn the TV ON. signal). 3. PHOTO INPUT Insert USB cable from your Digital Camera. SIDE INPUT JACKS (for IN PUT: 5) INPUT 5 provide Y-PBPR jacks for connecting equipment with this capability. (Only HDT & HDX models) NOTES: 1. Check the Power Light to make sure the TV is turned off or in Stand-by mode (lights red) when not in use. 4. NOTE: 1. but no picture is shown. 2. 2. In this case. INPUT 3. Lamp 1 Lamp 2 Operating Indicating Lamp Power Status Lamp 1 Lamp 2 Off Lights Red Off Off Lights Orange Off Off Blinking Blue Lights Blue Off OFF. (Turning ON ) On Off (Power Saving) When the main power switch is set to Off. TV MAIN POWER is ON with no signal input except antenna (no sync.

S-VIDEO has priority over VIDEO input. Because digital television (DTV) signals remain in digital format. MONITOR OUT & HI-FI AUDIO OUT These jacks provide fixed and variable audio and video signals (CABLE/AIR. (if you have mono sound. 2. Only DTV formats such as 1080I. HDMI1&2 (High Definition Multimedia Interface) (INPUT 1&2) ABOUT HDMI – HDMI is the next-generation all digital interface for consumer electronics. NOTE: *Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. INPUT 1. 31 . HDMI assures that pristine high-definition images retain the highest video quality from the source all the way to your television screen. In this case. 2. 2 and 5) which are used for recording. your external components can automatically be controlled by the A/V network feature. 6. and the SELECT button or CURSOR PAD of the remote control. etc.). Specifically for Service use only. CABLE input can be displayed as a main picture or sub-picture. CABLE and AIR. To ensure no copyright infringement. B-Y. S-VIDEO output may be used for recording. In this case. With this connection. The HDMI input is not intended for use with personal computers. 4 and 5 (Y/VIDEO) can be used for composite video and component video input. laserdisc players. the MONITOR OUT output will be abnormal. NOTE: 1. You may use VIDEO or S-VIDEO inputs to connect to INPUT 1 and 2. such as an audio amplifier. 3. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. 2. insert the audio cable into the left audio jack). Your component outputs may be labeled Y-CBCR. HDMI. Use the audio and video inputs to connect external devices. NOTE: 1. when using the Y-PBPR jacks and HDMI Input. IR Blaster This jack provides IR output to your external components (VCR. Audio/Video Inputs 1. This connection will allow you to control the external components with your Plasma Television’s remote control in TV mode. 480I and 480P are available for HDMI input. connect the components B-Y output to the TV’s PB input and the components R-Y output to the TV’s PR input. Your component outputs may be labeled Y. 2. such as VCRs. AIR can only be displayed as a main picture (AIR cannot be displayed as a sub-picture). Use the S-VIDEO Output for high quality video output.REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS Antenna Input The remote control allows you to switch between two separate 75-Ohm RF antenna inputs. HDMI enables the secure distribution of uncompressed high-definition video and multichannel audio in a single cable. 4. Do not connect composite VIDEO and S-VIDEO to INPUT 1 or 2 at the same time. 5. Component signal to Input 1 and 2. such as a DVD player or Set Top Box. It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-PBPR inputs (see page Owners Guide). and HDMI inputs will not have monitor output. connect the component CB output to the TV’s PB input and the component CR output to the TV’s PR input. Use the HDMI input for your external devices such as Set-Top-Boxes or DVD players equipped with an HDMI output connection. the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. Optical Out (Digital Audio) This jack provides Digital Audio Output for your audio device that is Dolby® Digital and PCM compatible. (Only HDT & HDX models) For Service Use Only Do not connect anything to this terminal. the CURSOR PAD ( and ). 720P. NOTE: 1. camcorders. Component: Y-PBPR Inputs INPUTS 3 and 4 provide Y-PBPR jacks for connecting equipment with this capability. You may use composite video signal for both inputs. DVD players etc. INPUT 3 . only when the input is of SVIDEO type. DVD player. Cable box. you can select each video source. 3 and 4 By using the INPUTS button. and R-Y. but only one of these inputs may be used at a time. S-VIDEO Inputs 1 and 2 Inputs 1 and 2 provide S-VIDEO (Super Video) jacks for connecting equipment with S-VIDEO output capability.

FRONT/REAR/SIDE PANEL CONNECTIONS IEEE1394 (DV INPUT) These jacks provide a digital interface for your external digital devices. When using IEEE1394 connections. Set-Top-Box or Digital Camcorder by means of a single cable (see page 19). Acquiring Data. Insert the CableCARD into the slot (Top of card should be facing towards you as shown below). The CableCARD will allow you to tune digital and high definition cable channels. fast forward. Connect a coaxial cable to cable terminal of the Rear Panel Jacks. In order to receive written notification. INSERT Unit Address: 123-456-789-1 Press EXIT to return OR Not an Authorized Channel NOTE: 1. Digital Cable In order to start cable service for this device. 2. 1. please complete and return your warranty card. please contact your cable provider CableCARD(tm): 123-456-789-1 Host: 123-456-789-1 Data: 123-456-789-1 After the CableCARD is installed.) from your TV On-Screen Display. CableCARD is installed OR CableCARD is not installed (Only HDT & HDX models) CableCARD Slot This slot is for the CableCARD that will be provided by your local cable operator to gain access to chosen cable channels. rewind. Please wait. Please call your local cable operator if this service is available before requesting a CableCARD (also known as Point of Deployment (POD) module). Press the EXIT button to exit the second screen. stop. 32 . 2. such as a Digital VCR (DVHS). Please take note of all information on the screen (you will provide this information to your cable operator). Do not insert a PCMCIA card into the CableCARD slot. you enable video and audio digital data exchange between a compatible device. Hitachi will notify you if a software upgrade is required for your TV. wait until the second screen below appears. If the CableCARD is properly installed or removed. Call your cable operator and give them the information from the card to start your cable service. To Power Swivel Connector Connects to the Power Swivel Table Top Stand.(Only HDT & HDX models) Upgrade Card This card slot is for future software upgrades. This connection also enables you to control basic equipment functions (such as VCR play. the TV will display the following respective screens. A digital cable subscription is required. The third screen below will appear if a channel is not authorized for viewing. etc.

If you do not. Video Camera NOTE: 1.Connecting External Video Sources The LEFT SIDE panel jacks are provided as a convenience to allow you to easily connect a camcorder . 33 . Completely insert connection cord plugs when connecting to left side panel jacks. Set Top Box. DVD. Video Game Console. R L OUTPUT PR /C R PB /C B Y R L OUTPUT V Video Game COMPONENT OUTPUT CAPABILITY DVD . the played back picture may be abnormal. Video Game or VCR as shown in the following examples: Left Side Panel INPUT 5 Left Side Panel INPUT 5 R R L/MONO L/MONO AUDIO PR PB AUDIO PR PB Y / VIDEO Y / VIDEO Note : Special device cables will be according to the own device specifications.

If you do not. Video Game Console.Connecting External Video Sources The RIGHT SIDE panel jacks are provided as a convenience to allow you to easily connect HDMI or DVI signals from a DVD. Then press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD to confirm your choice (see page 26). you may need to modify them to accommodate your particular assortment of components and features. DVD player. Set Top Box. laserdisc player. Use the CURSOR PAD ( and ) to select the Antenna or Input of your choice. DIGITAL OUTPUT OUTPUT R L Back of HDTV Set-Top-Box or DVD Player NOTE: 1. Check the owner’s manual of each component for the location of video and audio inputs and outputs. then press the INPUTS button to show the INPUTS menu. video and audio cables should be made from coaxial shielded wire. The exact arrangement you use to connect the VCR. The following connection diagrams are offered as suggestions. HDMI DIGITAL OUTPUT CAPABILITY DVD . 34 . the played back picture may be abnormal. camcorder. Before Operating External Video Source Connect an external source to one of the INPUT terminals. Video Game Console. For best performance. Right Side Panel B) Connecting DVI signal. Set Top Box . DVI DIGITAL OUTPUT CAPABILITY DVD . However. or HDTV Set Top Box to your Plasma TV is dependent on the model and features of each component. Completely insert connection cord plugs when connecting to side panel jacks. Video Game as shown in the following examples (When connecting DVI signal it will need to connect the audio output into the Left Side Input jacks) : A) Connecting HDMI signal. INPUTS Input 4 Input 5 Air / Cable Input 1 Input 2 Move SEL Sel. Right Side Panel Left Side Panel INPUT 5 R L/MONO AUDIO PR PB Y / VIDEO DVI to HDMI Cable Note : Special device cables will be according to the own device specifications. Set Top Box.

HDTV Set-Top Box HDMI DIGITAL OUTPUT CAPABILITY (PROVIDED) CONNECT T IR BLASTER (PROVIDED) CONNECT TO IR BLASTER NOTE: Cables are optional. VCR.CONNECTING EXTERNAL VIDEO SOURCES Cable TV coaxial cable 2-Way signal splitter Outside Antenna ANT IN VCR #1 OUTPUT S-VIDEO V L R DIGITAL OUTPUT CAPABILITY DIGITAL OUTPUT AUDIO OUT Optional DVI to HDMI DV or 1394 OUTPUT DVHS DV or 1394 OUTPUT CAPABILITY HDMI to HDMI Optional Y OUTPUT PB/CB PR/CR L R S-VIDEO V HDMI OUTPUT L INPUT R S-VIDEO V L OUTPUT R Y PB PR L OUTPUT R DVD Player VCR #2 Laserdisc player. camcorder. 35 . except when specified. etc.

connect the components CB output to the TV’s PB input and the components CR output to the TV’s PR input. • A single VCR can be used for VCR #1 and VCR #2. 2 or 5 can accept HDMI signal. and R-Y. it is recommended to use a 1080i or 720p input signal. Connecting the television directly to the Audio /Video output of a Set-Top-Box will assure a more normal picture. 2. (See page 37) • To ensure no copyright infringement. 4 & 5) connections are provided for high performance components. camcorder. such as DVD players and set-top-boxes. • S-VIDEO monitor output may be used for recording only when the input is of S-VIDEO type. • Connect only 1 component (VCR. INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATION: 1. Video signals fed through a VCR may be affected by copyright protection systems and the picture will be distorted on the television. In this case. when using the Y-PBPR. that have this feature. and HDMI input jacks. connect it to the left audio jack on (L/(MONO)) the Rear Panel. • Refer to the operating guide of your other electronic equipment for additional information on connecting your hook-up cables. but note that a VCR cannot record its own video or line output (INPUT: 1 in the example on page 14). Use these connections in place of the standard video connection if your device has this feature. the MONITOR OUT output will be abnormal. • If your device has only one audio output (mono sound).) to each input jack. DVD player. VCRs etc. B-Y. 36 . Y-PB PR. • It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-PBPR inputs. Refer to your VCR operating guide for more information on line input-output connections. or HDMI connections are provided for high performance laserdisc players. • When using a HDMI input from a Set-Top-Box. In this case. • Your component outputs may be labeled Y. etc.TIPS ON REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS • S-VIDEO. • COMPONENT: Y-PBPR (Input 3. • Your component outputs may be labeled Y-CBCR. Use these connections in place of the standard video connection if your device has this feature. connect the components B-Y output to the TV’s PB input and the components R-Y output to the TV’s PR input. • Input 1 .

) Rough transportation might cause damage to the panel and pixel failure. The Plasma TV surface temperature is higher than a Cathode-ray-tube. Points that do not light. In some cases. Storage temperature: 5˚F to 140˚F. Storing the plasma television for a period of more than 2 to 3 months without use might cause an unstable picture when the set is turned on. . points with color different from that of the periphery. Please note that this is not a malfunction. Tips to prevent such image retention are: .(There is a possibility that breakage of the panel or defects will increase. Display panel surface temperature is too high The plasma display panel is lighting the phosphors by the discharge of internal radiation. PDP television has luminosity and low contrast compared with CRT television. or try to move them using screen saver function. This is due to the plasma panel drive circuit when it is functioning. Some pixels will always be on or always off. But in some cases. the image may shake. There is some time lag betweeen the picture and the sound. etc. Storage Altitude: 300 to 1114hPa (31. horizontal style is prohibited.Do not display images having sharp brightness differences or hi-contrast images. channel number indication or clock indication) for a while.g. Items Notes 1 Arching sound from A buzzing sound might be heard when the plasma display monitor is turned on in a very quiet plasma display monitor’s room. If an apparatus (VCR. you can see image-like when the picture varied. a random fine grain may be visible to a dark part. (e. the glass panel has the possibility of being broken or increasing the picture defects.Turn down the contrast and brightness controls. Frequent use of the Power ON or OFF might trigger the power protection circuit. or disturbance may be received. 4 5 Picture Image (Spectrum) When receving still picture signals. the brightness of the phosphor will be degraded to such extent that stationary images would burn-in that part of the screen as grayed-out images. 6 7 Plasma Surface Transportation 8 Image retention 9 Luminosity and contrast 10 Granular spots 11 Disturbance to video apparatus 12 Lip Sync 13 About the use environment of PDP television (temperature) 14 Caution on prolonged storage 15 Operating 16 Storage 17 Power ON or OFF 37 . At the time of transportation. 2 3 Interference for infrared equipment.Do not leave stationary images appearing for long. This arching sound panel. points with brightness different from that of the periphery. The plasma monitor illuminates phosphor to display images. When a screen is seen at point-blank range. Operating altitude: 800 to 1114hPa (6194ft to -2484ft). The phosphor has a finite illumination life. After extended periods of illumination. Bright and dark spots Some infrared rays are emitted from the plasma display monitor’s panel that might affect other infrared controlling equipment.BASIC OPERATION IMPORTANT NOTES No. Operating temperature: 41˚F to 95˚F. etc. a specified temperature environment is required. Electric discharge/luminescence characteristic of the PDP panel also changes with peripheral temperature. for long. The plasma panel is made from glass. More-over. there are minor defects in some parts of the screen. is normal and it is not a malfunction. since there is also high power consumption value.) antenna line is arranged near the monitor. Please instruct transporters so that it should be put into the packing box at the time of shipment. . When the PDP monitor is transported horizontally. You can see lip motion that is delayed compared to the sound. If the TV does not turn ON. Heavy shock on the front panel might damage it. please wait a little before turning ON again. such as monochrome characters and graphic patterns. Moreover. This is not a defect. this may cause the temperature of the panel surface to increase. please treat the plasma panel with great care because of a precision apparatus. Please note that this is not a malfunction. but try to refresh them at appropriate intervals of time. High-precision technology is used to manufacture the plasma display panel.912 to -2484ft).

..5 White Balance Adjustment OSD Flowchart Diagram ..............................................................43 5....................4 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (Black and White) ....................2 Factory and service adjustments .............................................40 3......................39 2...............................................................................................................................................................42 5...............................40 3...............................1 Memory initialize operation .........42 5.........................................1 How to get into adjustment mode ........................................................................................................40 4 POWER SUPPLY Vs..1 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (High) .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................39 1............................................................................................................39 1.....................................................40 3 Video Adjustment ..39 2 Memory initialize ........................................................................................ 44 6 DIGITAL MAIN CHECK .................................................................43 7 Screen Check ...............43 5...........................................2 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (Medium)...............DW2U ADJUSTMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TO GO TO A SECTION.................................. 50 38 TABLE OF CONTENTS ................46 8 HDMI Adjustment ..............................39 2....... CLICK ON ITS HEADING BELOW 1 Adjustment procedure start up.............................................................................................................................................................. 46 9 Settings for Delivery ........................................................................1 Sub-Contrast & Clamp Adjustment ........2 Changing data and selecting adjustment code.....................47 10 OSD Design Select ............41 5 White balance adjustment ..........................................................................................................42 5...........................3 Video Color Temperature Adjustment (Standard) ........................................... Va Voltage Adjustment........................................................................................2 Brightness Check ...........................

(4) Activate MEMORY INIT by pressing cursor key for more than 3 seconds. after servicing. Use any Hitachi remote control when making an adjustment. . To make a selection. therefore. . adjustment data will be lost. Adjustment mode is released and PDP set returns to normal condition. The adjustments are all made through the I2C bus by changing data in the Adjustment mode menu. example : select DEVICE press 69 then SELECT the DATA shown is "EB" . 39 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS .DW2U 1 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE START-UP The 55HDT79. Also.2 from item 1 (“Adjustment procedure start up”). After finishing the necessary adjustment press the R/C EXIT key or EXIT key on the side panel. use the NUMBER pad on the PDP R/C .2 CHANGING DATA AND SELECTING ADJUSTMENT CODE When the PDP set is in adjustment mode. C. keys are used for changing data values. B. keys are used for selecting adjustment item. the cursor .1 HOW TO GET TO ADJUSTMENT MODE Chassis adjustment mode can be access by pressing the R/C keys MENU + MENU + 8 + SELECT to enter adjustment mode. To escape from Adjustment Mode press “INPUT” key on Side panel or EXIT key of R/C to exit service adjustment mode. if this DATA needs to be change press the . Table 2 on pages 38-46 shows the complete parameter list with a brief description. (5) Check the following process for initialization operation. (2) Get to the second page of Adjust Mode by pressing remote control “Menu” key once. and MENU keys of the remote control or front panel may be used as the adjustment keys. when finish press SELECT key to store the new DATA value. These adjustments must be done to assure the best performance of the PDP set for the consumer. then DATA can be change if other parameter needs to change then press key then repeat the same procedure. or with either the R/C or front panel . the adjustment range and the initial data. normal condition. For some parameters the only way to see them is by selecting the parameter number than pressed SELECT in order to see it. these same adjustments must be done.1 MEMORY INITIALIZE OPERATION NOTE: The execution of this function returns the adjustment codes to the preset values. . Increase Data Value Remote Control Buttons Change Selection (Up) Increase Data Value Change Selection (Down) 1. MENU key is used to advance through the adjustment mode menus and pages. ADJUST MODE FACT RESET MEMORY INIT RGB WHITE BAL HIGH WHITE BAL MED WHITE BAL STD WHITE BAL B/W Other way to access this mode is by use JIG R/C code: (9C Hex). (3) Select MEMORY INIT adjust code.1 and 1. 2 MEMORY INITIALIZE 2. keys to modify. 1. signal format. cursor keys several times. Procedure (1) Enter Adjustment mode by the method described in sub-items 1. 55HDS69 and 55HDX99 PDP TV sets pass through adjustment procedures during the assembly process. A. . .

Y/Cb/Cr Clamp offset adjustment (1) Receive following 525(480)p Signal. R/C FACTORY PRESET CODE:92 MEMORY INITIALIZE and FACTORY PRESET ITEM MEMORY INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE INITIALIZE INITIALIZE INITIALIZE FACTORY RESET REMARKS RGB(480p) ADJUST DATA WHITE BALANCE SETTING OTHER ADJUSTMENT MODE DATA FACTORY RESET ITEM CHANNEL LIST NOT INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE NOT INITIALIZE INITIALIZE INITIALIZE DW-2 Can be seen at black Can be seen slightly from black A1* A2* Note: If set black level is NG. 100% White V2 Black Black White Format : 525(480)p V1 V1=1Vpp V2=0. (8) When PDP turns ON . readjust item Sub Contrast adj. before the Final Adjust.12 525i Cb. after this operation each factory setting and all adjust mode data should reset to delivery settings automatically. A4 can be between black and Slightly from black. 100% White V2 Black Black White Format : 525(480)i Fig. A screen is be colored red when MEMORY INIT finish abnormally. automatic adjustment.7Vpp 3. (3) Receive following signal into input3 or input4(Comp) input.11 525p Sub-Contrast. 40 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS .2 Adjustment signal for 525(480)i format V1 V1=1Vpp V2=0. Menu. ‘Auto Adjusting’ on the screen will be disappeared. Menu and select ‘RGB’ . the 0 specification mentioned above should be satisfied. 2. (3) Press for over 2 seconds and have it perform A4 has tolerance.Cr Clamp offset adjustment ·Process of Memory Initialize operation. (2) Recall user menu and select ‘Video’ ‘Picture Mode’ ‘Day(Dynamic)’ ‘Reset’. 3. (See Fig. A screen is be colored cyan when MEMORY INIT start. it should be unplug AC cord. When it’s completed. Checking Procedure (1) Check the brightness as below. (3) The vertical incident illumination on the screen should be 20 lux or less.2) Adjustment (1) Select ‘RGB’ of Service Adj. (2) At the input electric field 46-106dB . Note: Perform pre heat-run for more than 20 min. Adjustment procedure 3.7Vpp 7 step gray scale A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 White 100% Color Bar Signal Adjustment signal for 525(480)p format (2) Go into Service Adj. (7) After Memory Initialize. Press for over 2 seconds and have it perform automatic adjustment. Unplug and plug AC cord and then all settings and data are updated. there should be no abnormality. (5) Select Day mode and reset. ‘Auto Adjusting’ on the screen will be disappeared. A screen is be colored green when MEMORY INIT finish normally. (2) Receive the color bar signal. (4) Picture Format is 16:9 standard mode.1 Sub-Contrast & Clamp Offset Adjustment Preparation for adjustment (1) Pre-heat at least 2 min. before adjusting.DW2U 3. it will tune CH03 this is the complete operation of Memory Initialize process. Preparation (1) Change signal format from 525(480)p to 525(480)i.2 FACTORY AND SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS The adjustment item that is affected by the memory initialize operation is shown below: * JIG. Measuring Conditions 10 (1) At the signal electric field strength 75± dBm. (6) Do not unplug from AC outlet until this operation is complete and do not perform any key operation either.2 BRIGHTNESS CHECK Preparation (1) Start checking 20 minutes or more after the power is turned ON. * From color bar pattern below. When it’s completed.

0V If it’s hard to read the voltage value because of the wiring positions. 41 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS .1V Va: within 0.0V V =140.2V (2) Receive full black pattern signal (2) Turn Va ADJ to adjust Va voltage (or video silence signal. to Vs (or Va) and GND test points Readjust if it’s outside of the margin.02V or less) leads within 0. [Label example] Label position (Reference) : Upper left <LOT>N6 Vs= 80. Remarks Permissive level of voltage in sufficient time of heat-run performed is: Vs: within 0. Adj.0V Vx=60.DW2U 4. but the to be within 0. VR CN99:Vs/Va Test pins (1)pin: Va (2)pin: Vs (3)pin: GND R1540:Vs ADJ.1V of the specified value. VR (Under the FIN) ※Never touch this VR ! (PFC) (This is already adjusted.) 42’’: Adjusted by manufacturing. Va voltage adjustment Item Power Unit Vs.2V of the value power will be automatically turned specified in the label on the panel.0V Va=60. off after a few seconds by power save function. Vs. 55’’: Need to be adjusted. Va Adjustment Adjustment Procedures (1) Turn Vs ADJ to adjust Vs voltage to be within 0.1V of the value specified in the label on the panel. point Refer to following Adjustment Preparations (1) Turn on the set and perform pre-heat run more than 1 min on burn-in screen.) Adjustment driver insert into this hole to adjust Vs VR R1540. write it down by a marker at visible place in advance. (3) Connect voltmeter (which has an (3) Reconfirm that Vs voltage remains error within 0.) R1573:Va ADJ. 55” ※Never touch this VR ! (OLP) (This is already adjusted. of the power unit.

For 55” the video level changes to 0. (3) Set color temperature to “MEDIUM”. are the same. Specification Video Color temperature (HIGH) 42" x = 0. (3) Video color temperature & Adjustment No.1 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT (HIGH) Preparation 1 (1) Set the output of signal generator to white raster. thus the initial value for adjustment is set to its maximum. 5.005 y = 0. change the environment (location.286Vp-p Set-up level: 0V 0V (3) Input white raster signal into COMPONENT input terminal of the PDP set. (2) At least one of the color drive codes must stay at its maximum value. using SEL key. (3) Set color temperature to “HIGH”.285 ± 0. but addresses in the memory are different.273 ± 0.273 ± 0. (2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of the panel.280Vp-p SYNC: 0. 42 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS . (2) Adjustment is made by reducing brightness only.700Vp-p. Reduce a bright color for adjustment. (4) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (HIGH) are all set as FF.) and ensure it to be less than 20 lux.700Vp-p 0.293 ± 0. (Picture Mode) (5) Confirm that the mode is set as “Factory Setting Mode”.300Vp-p 0. step down the two (or one) among Adjustment R/B/G DRIVE (MEDIUM) and adjust the value shown below. FFH. Remarks (1) Color temperature should be adjusted under the condition in which the screen is the brightest.005 (Color temp: 12000K) 55" At least one of the data should be FF.293 ± 0.005 (Color temp: 12000K) x = 0.005 (Color temp: 9300K ) x = 0. (4) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (MEDIUM) are all set as FF. Specification Video Color temperature (MED) 42" Adjustment (1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote control.005 y = 0.005 (Color temp: 9300K ) 55" At least one of the data should be FF.285 ± 0. (5) After receiving White raster signal.273 ± 0. step down the two (or one) among Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (HIGH) and adjust the value shown in the following: x = 0. (6) Aspect: Video: Expanded 5.273 ± 0. etc. (Ratio:100%) (2) Component signal 42” 55” Video level: 0. (2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of the panel.005 y = 0. (4) Set user control to Day mode. (5) After receiving White raster signal.2 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT (MEDIUM) Preparation (1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment: (HIGH)”. lighting. Adjustment (1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote control.005 y = 0.DW2U 5 WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS General Notes for White Balance (1) If the incident illumination is more than 20 lux. thus there’s no problem.

(3) The Main software version will be display V0100. 1.005 y = 0. Adjustment (1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote control.700Vp-p. (4) If this version needs to be change for a design improvement or failure.005 (Color temp: 5400K ) 55" At least one of the data should be FF.3 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT (STD) Preparation (1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment: (HIGH)”. (5) The upgrading process begin by filling a bar.343 ± 0. then try upgrading again. Remarks (1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment (HIGH)” 43 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS . For 55” video level changes to 0. (3) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (B/W) are all set as FF. please select the Upgrade Now button. DIGITAL MAIN CHECK 6. (2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of the panel.700Vp-p. and then look for UPGRADES option.335 ± 0. Fig. NOTE: (1) A Service Bulletin will be sent when a new version is issued officially to the Service Department every time the software version needs to be modified.DW2U 5.) the factory Insert MMC power settings to default after 55" ove Move SEL Return Return At least one of the data should be FF.005 y = 0.005 y = 0. step down the two (or one) among Adjustment R/B/G DRIVE (B/W) and adjust the value shown below. (2) Enter the SETUP options.005 (Color temp: 6500K ) x = 0. “Upgrade complete …” when this appear unplug the TV from the AC line outlet to complete the process. (2) Specification Video Color temperature (B/W) 42" x = 0.335 ± 0. (2) Set the CRT color analyzer (CA-100) at the center of the panel.314 ± 0.xxxx MMC Software Upgrade Upgrade Now Please Insert MMC card before upgrading.1 SYSTEM SOFTWARE VERSION CHECK (1) Press Menu button on the R/C or control panel.005 y = 0. (4) After receiving White Raster signal. 5.005 (Color temp: 5400K ) x = 0.4 VIDEO COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT (B/W) (Only for HDX models) Preparation (1) Same as “Video Color Temperature adjustment: (HIGH)”. (5) After receiving White raster signal. For 55” video level changes to 0. Adjustment (1) Perform the following adjustment with the remote control. (6) Now plug again the TV and verify the new software version.327 ± 0.0000 as shown on Fig. In case that the upgrade fails or when a CARD is inserted with new version and can’t upgrade .314 ± 0.005 (Color temp: 6500K ) OR Software Version # : Main Vxxxx. (3) Set color temperature to “STD”. 6. please perform the FACTORY RESET process to the TV. when finish the message will say. Reset TV Settings No Yes to return all Please (Select "Yes"main card OFF/ON.343 ± 0.327 ± 0. 1 Setup Reset The Software Software version Specification Video Color temperature (STD) 42" x = 0. step down the two (or one) among Adjustment R/B/G DRIVE (STD) and adjust the value shown below. (7) The Main software version will display the latest version issue by design. (4) Ensure that Adjustment R/G/B DRIVE (STD) are all set as FF.

5. INPUT ADJUST MODE MEMORY INIT FACT RESET RGB WHITE BAL HIGH WHITE BAL MED WHITE BAL STD WHITE BAL B/W Press for 2 seg. INPUT ADJUST MODE MEMORY INIT FACT RESET RGB WHITE BAL HIGH WHITE BAL MED WHITE BAL STD WHITE BAL B/W CYAN* GREEN : Press for 2 seg.5 WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT OSD FLOW DIAGRAM 5. INPUT ADJUST MODE MEMORY INIT FACT RESET RGB WHITE BAL HIGH WHITE BAL MED WHITE BAL STD WHITE BAL B/W MAGENTA Press for 2 seg. MENU + MENU + 8 + SELECT JIG Code CH U/D. EXIT 44 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS . Finish Normally Finish Abnormally RED : CH U/D. GREEN : RED : Finish Normally Finish Abnormally CH U/D.1 Adjustment OSD Flowchart (1) Adjust Mode OSD JIG R/C code:9C or Press [MENU]+[MENU]+[8]+[SELECT] of Control panel.DW2U 5.

HIGH ADJUST (1) Press to Select the G DRV. MAX (2) COLOR.7.SHARP.BRIGHT .TINT. (Initial value R/G/B DRV : FF) (2) Press to adjust 45 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS . B DRV.) CH U/D. INPUT ADJUST MODE MEMORY INIT FACT RESET RGB WHITE BAL HIGH WHITE BAL MED WHITE BAL STD WHITE BAL B/W G DRV HIGH R DRV HIGH B DRV HIGH Press EXIT key CH U/D.DW2U 5. CENTER (3) COLOR TEMP .1 Adjustment OSD Flowchart (Cont.R DRV. INPUT Select DRV and Press key G DRV ** ADJUST MODE MEMORY INIT FACT RESET RGB WHITE BAL HIGH WHITE BAL MED WHITE BAL STD WHITE BAL B/W R DRV ** B DRV ** WHITE BALANCE ADJUST MODE VIDEO SETTINGS (1) CONTRAST .

3.HDMI conversion cable b.B) 16:9 Standard1 0 +/. C has s is Screen Size a b c d Aspect DW 2 42” 48 8 45 8 58 5 56 5 16:9 Standard 55” 58 8 55 8 73 5 68 5 16:9 Standard unit inch mm Remarks c A SCREEN B 0 1 2 2 1 0 d a b 9. (4) Other procedure to acces the FACTORY RESET is by sending the 92 hex code with a programable R/C. (3) Activate FACT RESET by pressing “Right” cursor key once. Set 1080i crosshatch with black background. perform FACTORY RESET.0.5 ASPECT After all of the adjustments of main chassis are finished. Confirm that Horizontal and Vertical position meet the following spec. FACTORY RESET SIGNAL Hitachi circle pattern SPEC(A. then check the following items 1~4: 1. HDMI adjustment a. (3) Receive circle pattern at 4:3 Expanded mode. (2) From the first menu in Adjustment Mode.DW2U 7. 46 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS . 2. (Zenith HD-SAT520) 2. Press “INFO” button on remote control to confirm that “1080i Format” indication appears. (“Adjustment Procedure Start-up”). select FACT RESET adjustment code. Select DVI mode then 1080i format 3. (5) The procedure of the FACTORY RESET process is the following and the DATA table is shown next. Check the symmetry of the pattern (top/bottom). 3 DVI/HDCP/Timing (Display Position) Check 1. (4) Input 480p and 1080i circle pattern into Component video 3. ATSC Checking (1) Receive RF. SCREEN CHECK Preparation (1) Set AC120±1V. (2) Turn on the power and leave it more than 5 min. Connect HDMI-DVI cable to the HDMI input on the PDP set. (1) Enter Adjustment Mode by the method described in sub-items 1-1 and 1-2 from page 30. (Confirm that the picture appears as shown below or similar) 2. with a small color bar and small multi-burst. 3. DVI compatibility check Preparation 1. Prepare HDTV signal generator. 480p and 1080i signal. 4. Set Top Box DVI . Check the symmetry of the pattern (right/left). Check the horizontal position and the balance (right/left). Check the vertical position and the balance (top/bottom). (ASPECT 16:9 Standard) 8.

9 . it will tune CH03 this is the complete operation of FACTORY RESET process.Unplug and plug AC cord and then all settings and data are updated. A screen is colored magenta when FACTORY RESET start. (6) After FACTORY RESET. DATA TABLE OF SETTING FOR DELIVERY USER Control Initialization Settings for delivery (FACTORY RESET) Function Initial Data Condition 42HDS69 55HDS69 42HDT79 55HDT79 42HDX99 55HDX99 Input Mode Channel Favorite Channels PIP On/Off PIP Mode POP Position PIP Position Freeze Mode Master Volume Video Picture Mode Contrast(White Lebel) Brightness(Black Lebel) Color Tint Sharpness Color Temperature Black Enhancement Contrast Mode Noise Reduction Auto Movie Mode Color Management Color Decoding Auto Color White Balance Aspect Auto Aspect Mode Vertical Position Black Side Panel Reset Video Settings Air 03-1ch Not Registered Off SPLIT Middle Right Bottom Right Main Freeze (1pix) 20 Step Dynamic 100% 50% 50% CENTER 50% High High Dynamic Low Off X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Off X X Off 4:3 Expanded 16:9 Standard1 0 Off X X X X X X X X X X 47 BACK TO ADJUSTMENTS .DW2U ·Process of FACTORY RESET operation. A screen is colored green when FACTORY RESET finish normally. it should be unplug AC cord. A screen is colored RED when FACTORY RESET finish abnormally. (7) When PDP turns ON .

) Canadian Ratings (Frn. Timers Set the Clock Time Zone Date Time Automatically Adjust Clock for Daylight Savings Changes.DW2U 9. SETTING for Delivery (continued) Function Initial Data Condition 42HDS69 55HDS69 42HDT79 55HDT79 42HDX99 55HDX99 Audio Treble Bass Balance Surround Bass Boost Audio Source Internal Speakers Auto Noise Cancel Perfect Volume Loudness Language Digital Output DRC Channel Manager Signal Meter Channel Strength Peak SNR Auto Channel Scan Source Reset Start Channel List FAV CH# Scan Lock ID Locks Change Access Code Engage Lock Set Channel Lock Set Front Panel Lock Movie Ratings TV Ratings Canadian Ratings (Eng.”7777” Not Not Not Not Not Not Set Set Set Set Set Set PST Jan 2006 01 Not Registered off Not Set off 6:00 AM 6:00 PM Not Set 48 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .) Alternate Ratings U. Set Sleep Timer Set Day/Night Timer Activate Day Mode On Day Mode Off Set Event Timer 50% 50% CENT Off On Stereo On Off Off Off 1 (English) Dolby Digital On Analog Broadcast Analog Broadcast DTV DTV DTV X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Air X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Not Set Air/Cable:2-13CH On Off “0000”.S.

SETTING for Delivery (continued) Function Initial Data Condition 42HDS69 55HDS69 42HDT79 55HDT79 42HDX99 55HDX99 Setup Menu Preference Set The Language Set The Menu Background Set The Screen Saver Main Picture Moving Image Power Screen Wipe Automatic Power Saving Set The Inputs Input1 Rename Input2 Rename Input3 Rename Input4 Rename Input4 Auto Link (Auto/Remote/Off) Input5 Rename Set the AV Net Set Closed Caption Caption Display Mode (Captions/Text) Channel (1/2/3/4) Digital Captions Language Font (Default/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8) Size (Small/Standard/Large) Style (Standard/High Visibility) Set The Output Terminals Video Out (TV Tuner Out / Monitor) Audio Out (Fixed/Variable) IR Out Set The Quick Start Options Reset The Software MMC Software Upgrade Reset TV Settings Power Swivel English Shaded Option 1 Max Wipe Yes None None None None Off None (Wizard will be starting.DW2U 9.) Auto Captions 1 1 (English) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Default Standard Standard Monitor Fixed Extended Length off X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X No Locked X X 49 .

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10 OSD Design Select

Adjustment Preparation (1) Go to the Adjust Mode Menu. (2) Select “DEVICE” in the Adjust Mode Menu as follows. (3) Press [ ] button to access the DEVICE menu. ADJUST MODE IR BLAST CLOCK TEST MAINTENANCE DEVICE M306H3 ADJ.REV PANEL TIME ADJUST MODE DEVICE ITEM 0 2 V01.00 V01.00 265

DEVICE menu

DATA 002

DEVICE : Press 0 button. And press SELECT button to set. ITEM : Press 2 button. And press SELECT button to set. DATA : Press [ ]buttons to select as follows. And press SELECT button to set. DATA=2 DIREC Directors Model

DATA=1

A Regional Model

DATA=0

B National Model

(4) Unpluged and pluged to update the OSD Design.

Adjustment Procedure (1) According to a list shown below, select an OSD design.

Class
X T S

Model
42/55HDX99 42/55HDT79 42/55HDS69

DATA

OSD Design

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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHARTS
TROUBLE SHOOTING for DIGITAL MODULE (Device error check)

Digital Main P.W.B has five LED (KNIGHT RIDER) on board. After Power ON these LED will be turned on in sequence as follows. It may take a few seconds for the sequence. LED sequence Sequence D205 (Red) <PiO04> 1 (Start) 2 3 4 5 (End) is turn off the LED, D204 (Green) <PiO03> D203 (Yellow) <PiO02> D202 (Orange) <PiO01> D201 (Red) <PiO00>

is Lighting the LED

After Program is loaded without error, all LED will be turned off. Any LED should not light. If some errors occur, LED will show the error pattern. (1) Check that LED is not lit. (2) If LED is lit, refer to the following table and check the involved devices.

Location of LEDs

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DW2U
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS

LED patterns for involved devices
No. LED5 D205 (Red) LED4 D204 (Green) LED3 D203 (Yellow) LED2 D202 (Orange) LED1 D201 (Red) Device Circuit No Remarks

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 is turn off the LED, PDP Panel Sub Micro Seine OSD DDR SDRAM is lighting the LED.
(42” only)

No Error Digital Tuner Analog Tuner MPEG(Seine2) Graphics(Seine2) Flash Memory I2C(Seine2) IEEE1394 DEMUX(Seine2)
(42” only)

Video/Audio of Cable/Air Video/Audio of Cable/Air Video/Audio of Cable/Air All OSD Loading Program

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DW2U CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM [42 55HDS69] Scan Driver X Sustain Circuit Scan Driver Y Sustain Circuit Address Driver Driver Controller Data Controller Logic Control unit PDP Panel Module LVDS Receiver Signal Controller FAN (42” only) Vcego Vsago Power2 Power1 Sub Micro A/V PLD (Stehano) DC-DC Conv. CPUgo PDPgo RGB (LVDS) FAN (42” only) Filter PWB AC Inlet Main Power SW Power Supply Unit Main-Digital PWB POD PWB PLD (Oberon) POD Card I/F DC-DC (POD-Vcc) SD/MMC Card I/F HDMI PWB Equalizer Side Terminal PWB A/V Control PWB Key SW Sub PWB Digital/ Analog Tuner Demodulator Video SW Audio SW Seine2 A-chip Seine2 D-chip VCXO PLL DDR2 Speaker R RS-232C Audio DSP Audio DAC Digital Audio Amplifier OPT-Audio Output Remote Control LED PWB IR Receiver LED Swivel Stand TABLE OF CONTENTS 53 Speaker L Woofer R A/V Pin Jack Woofer L .

DW2U CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM [42 55HDT79] Scan Driver X Sustain Circuit Scan Driver Y Sustain Circuit Address Driver Driver Controller Data Controller Logic Control unit PDP Panel Module LVDS Receiver Signal Controller FAN (42” only) Vcego Vsago Power2 Power1 Sub Micro A/V PLD (Stehano) DC-DC Conv. CPUgo PDPgo RGB (LVDS) FAN (42” only) Filter PWB AC Inlet Main Power SW Power Supply Unit Main-Digital PWB POD PWB PLD (Oberon) POD Card I/F DC-DC (POD-Vcc) SD/MMC Card I/F Photo HDMI PWB Equalizer Side Terminal PWB A/V Control PWB Key SW Sub PWB Digital/ Analog Tuner Demodulator Video SW Audio SW Seine2 A-chip Seine2 D-chip VCXO PLL DDR2 Speaker R RS-232C IR Out Audio DSP Audio DAC Digital Audio Amplifier OPT-Audio Output Motor Driver Remote Control IR Receiver LED PWB IrDA Receiver LED Swivel Stand 54 Speaker L Woofer R A/V Pin Jack Woofer L .

CPUgo PDPgo RGB (LVDS) FAN (42” only) Filter PWB AC Inlet Main Power SW Power Supply Unit Main-Digital PWB POD PWB PLD (Oberon) POD Card I/F DC-DC (POD-Vcc) SD/MMC Card I/F Photo HDMI PWB Equalizer Side Terminal PWB A/V Control PWB Key SW Sub PWB Digital/ Analog Tuner Demodulator Video SW Audio SW Seine2 A-chip Seine2 D-chip VCXO PLL IEEE 1394 DDR2 Speaker R UEI RS-232C IR-Blaster Driver OPT-Audio Output Motor Driver Audio DSP Audio DAC Digital Audio Amplifier Remote Control IR Receiver LED PWB IrDA Receiver LED Swivel Stand 55 Speaker L Woofer R A/V Pin Jack Woofer L .DW2U CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM [42 55HDX99] Scan Driver X Sustain Circuit Scan Driver Y Sustain Circuit Address Driver Driver Controller Data Controller Logic Control unit PDP Panel Module LVDS Receiver Signal Controller FAN (42” only) Vcego Vsago Power2 Power1 Sub Micro A/V PLD (Stehano) DC-DC Conv.

3V DC-DC +1. +1. +3.3V Reg. +3.5V Reg. SD MMC FPGA PODVcc PODVpp LED PWB POD PWB 56 . LPF Audio DAC FLASH EPLD +2.5V Reg.1V) AC SW STBY+5V +12V +10.3V DC-DC Vari. Reg. Digital Audio Amp.5V Reg. AV SW Buffer OPT Output Tuner AGC OOB Demodulator Vari. CableEqualizer IR-Blaster Driver +5V Reg.3V (+3.5V Reg. +9V Reg.8V Reg.5V +5. HDMI PWB Sub-Digital PWB FAN FAN +2.0V DC-DC +5V Reg.3V Reg.3V Reg. +1. +3. Seine2-A +5V Reg. +1.3V) +5V Reg. sep.3V DC-DC +1. USB Audio ADC Sub MICRO Audio DSP VCXO PLL Main-Digital PWB +3.2V Reg.DW2U POWER SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM AC120V PDP Panel Module Filter PWB Power Supply Unit (PFC) Vs Va Vcc (+80V) (+60V) (+5. +9V Reg.3V Reg.8V DC-DC +3. +9V Reg.3V Reg.6V STBY+3. Reg. Sync.3V Reg. +9V Reg. IEEE1394 +3. +1. +3.0V Reg.3V Reg.5V Reg. +5V Reg. Seine2-D DDR2 +1. IR receiver LED +1. +2. +2. Swivel Motor Driver Swivel Stand +3.5V Reg. +3.

Woofer L Woofer R IF20 NJU26107 Volume Mute Balance Bass/Treble Surround Bass Boost AGC Seine SN74LV C244AP W IF10 IF12 WM8520 DAC W/amp TPA3100 Digital Power Amp. Speaker L Speaker R 57 .DW2U AUDIO CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM I2S I2S I2S IF09 IF11 IF15 WM8520 DAC W/amp TPA3100 Digital Power Amp.

CONNECTION DIAGRAM DW2U 58(a) .

Filter PWB Power Supply Unit Panel Main Digital PWB Opt PWB Sub Digital PWB Side Terminal PWB CH 1 58(b) .

Main Digital PWB POD PWB Side HDMI PWB Cable assembly .Main Digital to Control & LED Part number EF26021C Control PWB To Speakers CH 1 CH 4 58(c) LED PWB .

DW2U FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM TABLE OF CONTENTS 59 .

) ② Remove Screw M3M 6*18HX (2 Pcs.) TABLE OF CONTENTS 60 .DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Back Cover 1) ① Remove Screw M3M 6*12X (2 Pcs.) ③ Remove Screw M3M 6*18HX (2 Pcs.

DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Back Cover 2) ① Remove Screw M3D_4*10BD (34 Pcs.) BACK COVER 61 .

) POWER UNIT 62 .) ② Remove Screw M3M 3*8 (3 Pcs.DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Power Unit) ① Remove Screw M3E 3*8 (3 Pcs.

) CHASSIS BLOCK 63 .DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Chassis Block) ① Remove Screw M3E 4*10 (2 Pcs.

) ③ Remove Screw D-Su51 (2 Pcs) ④ Remove Tuner Nut and Washer ⑤ Remove Screw T2B 3*10 (4 Pcs.) ⑥ Remove Screw M3E 3*8 (4 Pcs.) 64 .) ⑦ Remove Screw M3M 3*6 (4 Pcs.DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Terminal Metal) ② Remove Screw M3E 3*8 (4 Pcs.

DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (POD PWB) ① Remove Screw M3E 3*8 ② Remove POD PWB Assy 65 .

DW2U QUICK DISASSEMBLE GUIDE (Main / Sub Digital PWB) ③ Remove Main Digital PWB Assy ④ Remove Sub Digital PWB Assy IS NECESSARY TO RELEASE MAIN PWB AND SUB PWB FROM BOARD HOLDERS(3 POSITIONS) 66 .

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0 V 10 IT02 Pin 63 MPEG_DATA EN 11 IT02 Pin 66 MPEG_PKT_SYNC 4.0 V 3 IT02 Pin 47 MPEG-DATA 2 4.0 V 4. 1 IT02 Pin 41 MPEG-DATA 0 4.0 V 2 IT02 Pin 42 MPEG-DATA 1 4.0 V 4 IT02 Pin 48 MPEG-DATA 3 4. sync 60 hz and a X10 probe.WAVEFORMS DW2U Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram.0 V 5 IT02 Pin 50 MPEG-DATA 4 4.0 V SUBDIGITAL PWB QAM/VSB DEMODULATOR click here to go to circuit diagram TABLE OF CONTENTS 77 .0 V 4.0 V 6 IT02 Pin 51 MPEG-CLK 7 IT02 Pin 54 MPEG-DATA 5 8 5 IT02 Pin 57 MPEG-DATA 6 9 IT02 Pin 59 MPEG-DATA 7/SER_DATA 4. Signal amplitude and DC level shown at ∆ and @ respectively. Waveforms taken using a Color Bar signal with H sync 31 khz and V.

Signal amplitude and DC level shown at ∆ and @ respectively. Waveforms taken using a Color Bar signal with H sync 31 khz and V. 12 I001 Pin 44 DATA 13 I001 Pin 45 CLK 14 I001 Pin 30 PR OUT 1 15 I001 Pin 29 PB OUT 1 16 I001 Pin 28 Y OUT 17 I001 Pin 32 SUB/Y/V OUT SUBDIGITAL PWB I001 AV SWITCH click here to go to circuit diagram 78 . sync 60 hz and a X10 probe.WAVEFORMS DW2U Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram.

1 3.3 3.3 5.7 0 0 0 10.8 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Pin No. 1 2 Voltage 0 4.4 Voltage NC 0 0 Voltage 0 0 Symbol PCM2 Symbol PTF Symbol PSPK Symbol CN68 Symbol PFA2 Symbol PFA1 Symbol P401 TABLE OF CONTENTS 79 . 1 2 3 Voltage 5.3 0 4 5 5 5.DW2U DC VOLTAGES (55" Models only) Symbol CN63 Pin No.1 0 0 0 0 9 Voltage NC 0 0 Symbol PCM1 Pin No.4 0 3.3 Voltage 60 60 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin No.1 Symbol CNPPS Symbol CN64 Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pin No.1 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Voltage 5.1 2.2 1. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin No.7 5.5 5.1 0 0 0 80 80 80 Voltage NC 3.3 5.7 5.8 0 0 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Pin No.6 0 0 0 3.3 3.1 3.3 5. 1 2 3 Pin No.3 0 Voltage 0 5 5 5 0 Voltage 5.3 0.1 5.4 5.8 0 17 0 0 0 12 12 12 Voltage 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 2.3 5.5 5.3 5.

8 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Voltage 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin No.8 Voltage 0 5.3 2.DW2U DC VOLTAGES (55" Models only) Symbol IT05 Pin No.2 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Voltage 3.8 0 0.15 Symbol IW03 Symbol IT11 Pin No.9 2.9 4. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin No.3 0 1.3 5.5 0 0 2.8 0 0 0.3 3.3 Voltage 2 0 1.3 1. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin No.8 1.3 0 1.2 3.3 5.2 0 0 0.3 5 5.2 0 5 0 5 Symbol UT01 Symbol IWP2 Symbol IT12 Symbol IWP1 Symbol IW02 80 .2 2.5 3.8 Voltage 2.8 Voltage 4 0 1.3 Voltage 0 5 0 1.2 0 2.8 2. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin No.3 0 0 Symbol IW04 Pin No.3 0 5 1.8 4.5 0 3.3 5.3 3.7 2.3 0 1. 1 2 3 4 5 Voltage 3.8 3.5 Voltage 3. 1 2 3 4 5 Pin No.

Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. TUNER/DEMOD TABLE OF CONTENTS 81 .PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Subdigital 1 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D 9 11 7 6 10 1 2 3 4 5 8 E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. Before replacing any of these components. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Since this is a basic circuit diagram. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. AV-SWITCH 82 . read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Since this is a basic circuit diagram. Before replacing any of these components. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Subdigital 2 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B 13 12 C D 17 14 15 16 E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V).

Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Subdigital 3 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. Before replacing any of these components. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. TERMINAL 83 . Since this is a basic circuit diagram.

Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. Before replacing any of these components. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. 200 pin I/F 84 . BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Subdigital 4 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Since this is a basic circuit diagram. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.

POWER SWIVEL 85 . read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Subdigital 5 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Before replacing any of these components. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. Since this is a basic circuit diagram.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety.

the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. UEI/IR BLASTER 86 . Since this is a basic circuit diagram. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Subdigital 6 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Before replacing any of these components. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

Before replacing any of these components. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. POD 87 . read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. Since this is a basic circuit diagram. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U POD 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U Front HDMI 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. FRONT HDMI 88 . Since this is a basic circuit diagram.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any of these components.

Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. Since this is a basic circuit diagram. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Before replacing any of these components. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U LED 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). LED 89 .

Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U OPT 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Before replacing any of these components. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. OPT 90 . Since this is a basic circuit diagram.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. Since this is a basic circuit diagram. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. Before replacing any of these components. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U FILTER 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). FILTER 91 .

Before replacing any of these components. read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual. Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U SIDE TERMINAL 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). Since this is a basic circuit diagram. SIDE TERMINAL 92 . Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety.

Voltage taken on a complex color bar including a standard color bar signal. the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement. CONTROL 93 . Before replacing any of these components. BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DW2U CONTROL 1 of 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B C D E • • All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100 kΩ/V). read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE of this Service Manual.PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a ! and shaded have special characteristics important to safety. Since this is a basic circuit diagram. Don't degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB (Component side) DW2-U 1 2 3 4 5 SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Component side) IC I004 I005 IL01 IM05 IP03 IP05 IPT1 IT02 IT03 IT04 IT05 IT07 IT09 IT10 IT11 IT12 IY01 IY02 IY03 B-2 B-2 B-2 D-3 D-5 B-1 D-2 C-4 A-5 C-4 A-5 A-3 C-5 B-3 C-3 C-4 A-3 A-3 B-3 QT03 QT04 QT05 QT06 QT07 QY01 QY02 QY03 B-5 B-5 B-5 C-3 C-3 B-3 B-3 B-3 A DIODE D001 D006 DL01 DL02 DL03 DL04 DM01 DM02 DP01 DP02 DP10 DP12 DPT1 DY01 DY02 DY03 B-3 B-3 D-5 D-5 D-5 D-5 D-4 C-4 C-5 C-5 B-1 C-5 D-2 A-3 A-3 A-3 B TRANSISTOR Q001 Q002 Q007 Q008 Q009 Q010 Q011 Q012 Q014 Q016 QL01 QM02 QP04 QP06 A-2 A-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 B-2 C-3 A-2 A-2 B-2 B-2 D-2 B-1 C-1 CRYSTAL & FILTER XM02 XPT1 XT01 XT02 XT03 XT04 XT09 C-3 D-3 C-5 B-5 B-4 C-4 B-5 C D BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS 94 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB (Solder side) DW2-U 1 2 3 4 5 SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Solder side) IC I001 IM01 IM02 IM03 IM04 IM06 IM07 IM08 IT06 IT08 B-4 D-4 C-4 C-4 D-3 C-3 C-4 C-4 B-2 A-2 A TRANSISTOR B Q013 Q015 QM01 QM03 QM04 QP05 QPS1 QT01 QT02 C-4 C-4 D-4 C-4 C-3 B-5 B-2 C-2 C-2 C DIODE DP09 DPS1 DPS2 DT02 DT03 DT04 B-5 B-2 B-2 A-1 C-2 D-2 CRYSTAL & FILTER D XM01 XT06 XT07 XT08 XT10 XT11 D-4 B-1 B-1 B-1 A-1 C-2 95 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U POD PWB (Component side) DW2-U SEMICONDUCTOR LIST (Component side) IC IW02 IW03 IW04 IWP1 IWP2 DIODE DW01 DW02 CRYSTAL & FILTER XWP1 96 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U POD PWB (Solder side) DW2-U SEMICONDUCTOR LIST (Solder side) IC IW01 IWE1 IWE2 TRANSISTOR QW01 QWE1 97 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U FRONT HDMI PWB DW2-U (Component side) (Solder side) SEMICONDUCTOR LIST Component side IC IH02 Solder side IC IH01 IH03 IH04 IH05 DIODE DH01 DH02 TRANSISTOR QH01 QH02 QH03 QH04 98 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U LED PWB DW2-U SEMICONDUCTOR LIST (Component side) Component side IC IN01 IN02 (Solder side) Solder side DIODE DN01 DN02 HN01 HN02 99 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U OPT PWB DW2-U (Component side) (Solder side) 100 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U FILTER PWB DW2-U (Component side) (Solder side) Component side FILTER X9A1 X9A2 101 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U SIDE TERMINAL PWB DW2-U (Component side) (Solder side) Component side TRANSISTOR QNJ1 QNJ2 102 .

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DW2-U CONTROL PWB DW2-U (Component side) (Solder side) 103 .

3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.47UF 6.47UF 6.1UF 16V) CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.3V) CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CERAMIC CAPACITOR(47000PF 16V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(47000PF 16V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.47UF 10V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.DW2U REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety. ABBREVIATIONS Capacitors: AL: Aluminum Electrolytic CD: Ceramic Disc EL: Electrolitic PF: Polyester Film PP: Polypropylene PL: Plastic TA: Tantalum PR: Paper TM: Trimmer MC: Mylar Resistors: CF: Carbon Film CC: Carbon Composition MF: Metal Oxide VR: Variable Resistor WW: Wire Wound FR: Fuse Resistor MG: Metal Grazed Semiconductors: TR: Transistor DI: Diode ZD: Zener Diode VA: Varistor TH: Termistor IC: Integrated Circuit 55HDS69 55HDT79 SYMBOL PART No.3V) CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT 0 0 C042 C043 0 C044 C045 0 0 0 C046 0 0 0 C047 0 0 0 C048 0 0 0 C049 0 0 0 C060 0 0 0 C061 0 0 0 C062 0 0 0 C063 0 0 0 C078 0 0 0 C079 0 0 0 C080 0 0 0 C081 0 0 0 C082 0 0 0 C083 0 0 0 C084 0 0 0 C085 0 0 0 C086 0 0 0 C087 0 0 0 C088 0 0 0 C089 0 0 0 C090 0 0 0 C091 0 0 0 C092 0 0 0 C093 0 0 0 C094 0 0 0 C096 0 0 0 C097 0 0 0 C0A1 0 0 0 C0A2 0 0 0 C0A3 0 0 0 C0A4 0 0 0 C0A5 0 0 0 C0A6 0 0 0 C0K0 TABLE OF CONTENTS 104 55HDS69 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55HDT79 55HDX99 .1UF 16V) CAP.3V M CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAP. Before replacing any of these components.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.3V 2012M) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.047UF 25VCERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.047UF 25VCERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.0UF 16V CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CERAMIC CAP.1UF 16V) CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 10V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0. read carefully.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.0UF 16V CAP.047UF 25VCERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.3V CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 16V CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CERAMIC CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.47UF 6. 1608-B 1.3V) CAP.1UF 16V) CERAMIC CAP.47UF 6.3V) JP50321 JP50322 JP50323 CAPACITORS C001 C002 C003 C004 C005 C006 C007 C008 C009 C012 C014 C015 C016 C017 C018 C019 C020 C021 C022 C023 C024 C025 C026 C027 C028 C029 C030 C031 C032 C033 C034 C035 C038 C039 AA01136R AA01343R AA01136R AA01136R AA01115R AA01116R AA01343R AA01136R AA01136R AA01116R AA01123R AA01136R AA01123R AA01123R 0893188R AA01136R AA01343R AA01136R 0893188R AA01136R AA01136R AA01136R AA01136R AA01136R AA01136R AA01136R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.1UF 16V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.1UF 16V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6. 1608-B 1.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0. DESCRIPTION SUBDIGITAL PWB 55HDX99 SYMBOL C040 C041 PART No.47UF 6.47UF 6.47UF 6.47UF 6.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.0UF 16V) CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC225K06-B-16CT CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.47UF 6. 1608-B 1.47UF 6.CHIP1608-B-4.7UF6.3V M CCC105K10-B-16CT CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 6.3V CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0. AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA00937R AA00937R AA00937R AA00937R AA01144R 0893126R 0893208R AA01144R AA01185R AA01141R AA01144R 0893179R AA01144R AA01141R AA00969R AA00951R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01113R AA00968R AA01141R AA01141R AA00969R AA01141R AA00969R AA01141R AA01121R AA01121R AA01136R DESCRIPTION CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CAP. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.3V CAP.3V) CAP.

CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UFK 16V B 3 CAP. 1608-B 1.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.3 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 1005B 1UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 2125 B 4.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.1UF 25V-B) CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10000PF 16V TAPE EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 0.0UF 6. read carefully.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 CAP. 1608-B 1.3V) CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0.47UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CCC105K10-B-16CT CAP.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 10000PF 16V TAPE EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 EZJZ0V80010 0.3V CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 3300PFKB 50V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(47000PF 16V) SYMBOL CT03 CT04 CT11 CT12 CT15 CT16 CT17 CT18 CT19 CT20 CT21 CT22 CT23 CT24 CT25 CT26 CT27 CT28 CT29 CT30 CT31 CT32 CT33 CT34 CT35 CT36 CT37 CT38 CT39 CT40 CT41 CT42 CT43 CT44 CT45 CT46 CT47 CT48 CT49 CT50 CT51 CT52 CT53 CT54 CT55 CT56 CT57 CT58 CT59 CT60 CT61 CT62 CT63 CT64 CT65 CT66 CT67 CT68 CT69 CT71 CT72 CT73 CT74 CT75 CT76 CT77 CT78 CT79 CT80 CT81 CT83 CT84 CT85 CT86 CT89 PART # 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893222R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA01111R 0893179R AA01111R 0893179R AA01111R AA01111R AA01111R 0893179R 0893179R AA00937R 0893179R 0893179R AA00937R 0893179R AA01144R AA01111R AA01144R AA01111R AA01173R AA01144R AA00937R AA00937R 0893179R AA01802R AA00937R 0893208R 0893222R 0893179R AA00937R AA00937R 0893179R 0893208R AA01111R AA00937R 0893123R DESCRIPTION CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.47UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC CAP. 55HDS69 55HDX99 55HDS69 SYMBOL C0K1 C0K2 C0K3 CH01 CH02 CH03 CH04 CH05 CH06 CH07 CH08 CH09 CH10 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 CH17 CH18 CH19 CH20 CH21 CH22 CH23 CH24 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CL01 CL11 CL12 CL13 CL21 CL22 CL23 CM01 CM02 CM03 CM06 CM07 CM08 CM09 CM10 CM11 CM12 CM13 CM14 CM15 CM16 CM17 CP07 CP13 CP14 CP18 CP19 CP20 CP21 CP22 CP23 CP24 CPS1 CPS2 CPS3 CPS4 CPS5 CPS6 CPS7 CPT2 CPT3 CPT5 CPT7 CPT8 PART # AA01136R AA01136R AA01136R 0893333R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R CE00151R AA01231R AA01116R AA01231R AA01231R AA01231R AA01231R AA01231R 0893333R CE00151R CE00151R AA01231R AA01116R AA01116R AA01231R AA01216R AA01216R CE00151R CE00151R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA01347R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA00968R 0893179R 0893179R AA00955R 0893179R 0893199R 0893199R AA01812R AA01812R 0893179R 0893222R AA01123R AA01123R AA01144R AA01144R 0893222R AA01185R AA01185R 0893179R AA00699R AA00937R 0893193R 0893193R AA01123R 0893179R 0893211R 0893127R 0893193R 0893127R 0893222R AA00937R AA00969R 0893222R 0893215R 0893188R DESCRIPTION CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.3V) CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.3V M 0.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAP.3V M CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 1005B 1UF 6.0UF 16V CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 220PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 220PFKB 50V TAPE CCC153K50-B-16CT CCC153K50-B-16CT CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CCC103K50-B-16CT MCH18 CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V) CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 16V CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.7UF CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1. Before replacing any of these components.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP 1608CHIP 56PFJCH 50V TAPE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3 CAP. 1608-B 1.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V) CCC1R0K50-B-32CT 1UF/50V-B-3225 CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V) CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAP.3V M 0.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP. 1608-B 1.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.3V) CAP.47UF 6. 1608-B 1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 1500PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 120PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 120PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.1UF 16V 1005-B CERAMIC CAPAC 0.3V 2012M) CAP.

1608-B 1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6. 1608-B 1.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.0UF 6.CHIP MAZS3000H ZENER.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.3V 2012M) CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP. Before replacing any of these components.CHIP UDZSTE-174.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. read carefully. 1608-B 1.7 CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 106 55HDX99 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10PFCCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10PFCCH 50V TAPE CERAMIC CAP. 55HDS69 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDS69 SYMBOL CT90 CT91 CT92 CT93 CT95 CT96 CT97 CTA1 CTA3 CTC1 CTC2 CTC3 CTC4 CTC5 CTC6 CTC8 CTC9 CTE1 CTE2 CTE3 CTE4 CTE5 CTF2 CTF3 CTF4 CTF6 CTF7 CTF8 CTF9 CTG1 CTG2 CTG3 CTG4 CTG5 CTG6 CTG9 CTH1 CTH2 CTH6 CTH7 CTJ4 CTJ5 CTJ6 CTJ7 CTJ8 CTK3 CTK4 CTK5 CTK6 CTK7 CTK8 CTK9 CTM1 CTM2 CTM3 CTM4 CTM5 CTM6 CTM7 CTM8 CTM9 CTN1 CTN2 CTN3 CTN4 CTN5 CY01 CY02 CY03 CY04 CY05 CY06 CY07 CY08 CY09 PART # 0893124R 0893115R 0893179R 0893222R 0893179R 0893179R 0893222R 0893222R AA00937R 0893179R 0893222R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA00968R AA00968R 0893179R AA01144R 0893179R 0893222R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA00937R 0893179R 0893179R AA00937R 0893179R 0893179R AA00937R 0893179R 0893179R AA01111R 0893179R 0893222R 0893222R 0893125R 0893119R 0893106R 0893124R AA00968R 0893179R 0893113R 0893113R AA01144R 0893179R AA00968R 0893208R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA01144R AA01144R 0893222R 0893222R AA00937R AA01111R AA01111R AA01111R 0893179R 0893222R AA01185R 0893126R 0893126R 0893126R 0893126R 0893179R 0893179R 0893222R AD00633R DESCRIPTION CAP 1608CHIP 68PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 15PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(4.CHIP UDZSTE-174.CHIP EDZ TE61 5. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.7UF 6.CHIP UDZSTE-1730B SDS511_PF RSX201L-30 ZENER.3V) CAP. 1608-B 1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.1B ZENER.0UF 16V CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CAP.3V 2012M) CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V 2012M) CAP.0UF 16V CAP.3V) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DIODES D001 DH02 DM01 DM02 DP01 DP02 DP10 DPS1 DPS2 DPT1 DT02 DY01 DY02 CC01921R CC01891R CC01891R CC01891R CC01891R CC01891R CC02075R CC02022R CC01891R CC02211R CC01131R CC01999R CC01999R SDS142WKF_PF SDS511_PF SDS511_PF SDS511_PF SDS511_PF SDS511_PF ZENER.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V) CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.0UF 6.0UF 16V CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. 1608-B 1.3B ZENER.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. 1608-B 1.3V 2012M) CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (IC's) I001 I004 I005 IH02 IH03 IH04 IH05 IL01 IM01 IM02 IM03 IM04 IM05 IM06 IM07 IM08 IP03 IP05 IPT1 IT02 IT03 IT04 IT05 IT06 IT07 IT09 IT10 IT11 IT12 IY01 IY02 IY03 CK53531U CK51331R CK37218R CK53891R CK37216R CK38329R CK38329R CK50961R CK51632R CK51091R CK38328R CK38328R 2015203R CK54692R CK51091R CK37218R CK52481R CK50461R CK54161R CK54051U CK51091R CK50961R CK37218R CK37605R CK37605R CK51151R CK51141R CK37211R CK37216R CK38325R CK38325R CK50027R R2S11008FP TK11100CS MONO IC TK11150CSCL TMDS SW IC CXB1441R MONO IC TK11133CSCL DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC SN74CB3T3306DCUR 9DR32DW8-1046 SN74LVC1G3157DCKR IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR HD74HC00TELLE GENERAL LOGIC IV(TC74AC163FT) SN74LVC1G3157DCKR MONO IC TK11150CSCL TK73400TCB-G ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(BA6287FANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MP2361DK THEATER314 SN74LVC1G3157DCKR SN74CB3T3306DCUR MONO IC TK11150CSCL IC TK11250CM IC TK11250CM UPC3221GV UPC3220GR MONO IC TK11118CSCL MONO IC TK11133CSCL DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (MAX202I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 COILS L001 L002 L005 L006 L008 L009 LM01 LM02 LM03 LP04 LPS1 LPS2 LPT1 LT10 LT11 LT12 LT13 BA00887R BA00887R BA00887R BA00887R BA00887R BA00887R BA00894R BA00894R BA00894R BA01164R BA02185R BA02244R BA02251R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 10UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH GLC2518 CHIP INDUCTOR 10UH HCC221J2520CT HCC102J32CT 7E06NG TYPE POWER INDUCTOR 4.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CEC471M16-EWMT 105 SYMBOL CY10 CY11 CY12 CY13 CY14 CY15 CY16 PART # AD00633R AA01144R AA01144R AA01123R AA01123R 0893179R AA00966R DESCRIPTION CEC471M16-EWMT 105 CERAMIC CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 22UF/16V B 32 CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.0UF 16V CAP.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.3V) CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 82PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 33PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 4PFCCK 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 68PFJCH 50V TAPE CCC106M06-B-20CT (10UF 6.

CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0K-J (2 UNIT) CHIP RESISTOR 3. read carefully.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0K-J (2 UNIT) RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RESISTORS R001 R002 R003 R004 R005 R006 R007 R008 R009 R011 R012 R013 R014 R019 R020 R024 R025 R026 R027 AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R AQ00457R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R AQ00164R 0790051R 0790051R 0790024R 0790024R CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE RES. Before replacing any of these components.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 2SC4617 TL (R/S) TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.3KOHM RES.CHIP 2SC4082T106P TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT RES.CHIP 1/16W 510K OHM TAPE RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM RES.CHIP 2SD2114K 20V TAPE PHOTO TRANSISTOR TRS.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55HDS69 TRANSISTORS Q001 Q002 Q007 Q008 Q009 Q010 Q011 Q012 Q013 Q014 Q015 Q016 QH01 QH02 QH04 QL01 QM01 QM02 QM03 QM04 QP04 QP05 QP06 QPS1 QT01 QT02 QT03 QT04 QT05 QT06 QT07 QY01 QY02 QY03 CA02162R CA02162R 1323294R 1323294R 1323294R 1323294R CA01181R CA00461R CA14091R CA00461R CA02162R 1323294R 1323293R 1323293R 1323293R CA02091R CA02091R CA02142R CA02091R 1323294R 1323294R CA14091R CA02091R CA14091R CA14091R CA14091R CA02171R CA02171R CA02171R CA14091R CA14091R CA11641R CA11641R 1323294R SUT487J SUT487J TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 82K OHM TAPE RES. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.CHIP 2SC4082T106P TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.8UH CHIP COIL 33NJ16CT-HK1608 HK2125 TYPE CHIP INDUCTOR 470N HK2125 TYPE CHIP INDUCTOR 100N COIL HCC39NJ16CT-HK1608 MLF2012 CHIP INDUCTOR 1.CHIP 2SC4617 TL (R/S) SRC1204EF_PF SRC1204EF_PF TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 10K-J (2 UNIT) RES.0K-J (2 UNIT) RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 2SC4617 TL (R/S) TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 107 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) TRS.0K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) RES.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) TRS.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) TRS.0K OHM CHIP RESISTOR 220 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 82K 1608 RES.0K OHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM RES.CHIP 2SC4082T106P PHOTO TRANSISTOR PHOTO TRANSISTOR PHOTO TRANSISTOR PHOTO TRANSISTOR TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) PHOTO TRANSISTOR SRC1204EF_PF PHOTO TRANSISTOR PHOTO TRANSISTOR PHOTO TRANSISTOR TRS.-CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 470K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) D-TRS.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM RES.CHIP 2SD2114K 20V TAPE SUT487J TRS.CHIP 2SA1774 TL (R/S) TRS. 55HDS69 55HDX99 SYMBOL LT16 LT17 LT18 LT19 LT20 LT25 LT26 LT27 LT28 LT29 LT30 LT31 LT32 LT34 LT35 LT36 LT37 LY01 PART # BM00151R BA00161R BA01227R BA00162R BA01127R BA00189R BA01234R BA01225R BA00191R BA01127R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R BM10348R BA00894R DESCRIPTION FILTER BLM21P300SPT COIL HCC47NK16CT-HK1608 HK2125 TYPE CHIP INDUCTOR 150N CHIP COIL 56NK16CT-HK1608 MLF2012 CHIP INDUCTOR 1.0K-J (2 UNIT) RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP IMD10A TRS.8UH CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN CHIP FERRITE BEAD BLM18PG121SN LBC2518 CHIP COIL 100UH SYMBOL R028 R029 R032 R033 R034 R035 R036 R037 R038 R039 R040 R041 R043 R045 R046 R047 R048 R049 R050 R069 R070 R071 R072 R073 R074 R075 R076 R082 R083 R088 R096 R099 R0A0 R0A1 R0A2 R0A3 R0A4 R0A5 R0A6 R0A7 R0C3 R0C4 R0C9 R0E1 R0E2 R0G4 R0G5 R0G7 R0G8 R0G9 R0H0 R0H1 R0H2 R0H3 R0H4 R0H5 R0H6 R0H7 R0H8 R0H9 R0J2 R0K0 R0K1 R0K2 R0K3 R0K4 R0K5 R0K6 R0K7 RH01 RH02 RH03 RH04 RH05 RH06 PART # AQ00421R AQ00457R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R AQ00439R AQ00439R AQ00439R AQ00439R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00439R AQ00484R AQ00484R AQ00484R AQ00484R AQ00484R AQ00457R AQ00457R AQ00544R 0790015R 0790037R 0790015R 0790015R 0790015R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790015R 0790037R AQ00448R AQ00483R AQ00457R AQ00471R 0790051R AQ00266R AQ00245R 0790059R 0790059R 0790037R 0790051R 0790064R 0790064R 0790064R 0790064R 0790051R 0790001R 0790051R 0790001R 0790001R 0790073R 0790024R AQ00164R AQ00164R AQ00164R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790037R 0790001R 0790001R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790001R DESCRIPTION CHIP RESISTOR 1608(2)0OHM RES.CHIP 2SC5343UFG_PF SRC1204EF_PF TRS.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 1.-CHIP 1/16W 1.-CHIP 1/16W 100K-J (2 UNIT RES.CHIP 1/16W 22 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.

0K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 1.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0M OHM RES.6K OHM RES.8K OHM RES.0K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR 10KOHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 68K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.7K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.0M OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 470K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.7K OHM TAPE RES.0K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.7 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 1. Before replacing any of these components.7K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 1. read carefully.CHIP 1/16W 5.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 1608(2)0OHM CHIP RESISTOR 10KOHM RES.-CHIP 1/16W 10K-J (2 UNIT) CHIP RESISTOR 1608(2)0OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 CHIP RESISTOR 47 1608 RES.0K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP RK73B3ATTE 5R6J RES.-1608CHIP 1/16W 91K-J TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 3.0M OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 270 OHM TAPE CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.3K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM 55HDS69 SYMBOL RM23 RM24 RM25 RM27 RM28 RM29 RM30 RM31 RM32 RP03 RP06 RP07 RP12 RP18 RP19 RP29 RP30 RP45 RP46 RP47 RP49 RP50 RP51 RP52 RP53 RP53 RP55 RP56 RP57 RP58 RP60 RP61 RP62 RP63 RP64 RP65 RPG1 RPG2 RPG3 RPG4 RPS1 RPS2 RPS3 RPT1 RPT2 RPT3 RPT4 RPT6 RPT7 RT01 RT02 RT03 RT04 RT05 RT08 RT11 RT12 RT13 RT14 RT15 RT16 RT17 RT18 RT19 RT22 RT23 RT24 RT25 RT31 RT32 RT33 RT34 RT35 RT36 RT37 PART # 0790051R 0790051R 0790051R 0790001R 0790051R 0790077R 0790044R 0790037R 0790051R 0790001R 0790051R 0790051R 0790024R 0790073R 0790001R 0196116R 0790055R 0790001R 0790024R 0790024R AQ01954R 0790051R AQ01938R 0790037R 0790001R 0790077R 0790024R 0790051R 0790051R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790051R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790024R 0790059R 0790055R AQ00194R AQ00221R AQ00212R 0790037R 0790001R AQ00178R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790037R 0790032R 0790001R 0790019R 0790019R 0790051R 0790051R 0790037R 0790037R 0790006R 0790006R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790051R 0790001R 0790001R 0790051R 0790037R 0790037R AQ00431R 0196881R DESCRIPTION RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.0K OHM RES.7K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.7K OHM TAPE CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.6K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.7 OHM RES.CHIP RK73B3ATTE 1R5J RES.CHIP 1/16W 56K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM CHIP RESISTOR 10 OHM 1608 RES 2125CHIP 1/10W 510-F TAPE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55HDS69 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55HDT79 108 55HDX99 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0K OHM RES.6K OHM RES. 55HDX99 SYMBOL RH07 RH08 RH09 RH10 RH11 RH12 RH13 RH14 RH15 RH17 RH18 RH19 RH20 RH22 RH23 RH24 RH25 RH26 RH28 RH29 RH30 RH31 RH32 RH33 RH34 RH35 RH36 RH37 RH38 RH39 RH40 RH41 RH43 RH44 RL01 RL02 RL03 RL04 RL05 RL11 RL12 RL21 RL22 RL23 RL24 RL25 RL26 RL27 RL28 RL41 RL43 RL44 RL51 RL52 RM01 RM02 RM03 RM05 RM06 RM07 RM08 RM09 RM10 RM11 RM12 RM13 RM14 RM15 RM16 RM17 RM18 RM19 RM20 RM21 RM22 PART # 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790064R 0790001R 0790037R 0790024R 0790037R 0790051R 0790059R 0790059R 0790046R 0790046R 0790001R 0790001R AQ00212R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790051R 0790051R 0790046R 0790001R 0790001R AQ00471R AQ00421R AQ00439R AQ00439R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R AQ00439R AQ00439R AQ00421R AQ00551R 0790051R AQ00551R 0790001R 0790001R 0790019R AQ00551R 0790024R 0790024R 0790024R 0790051R 0790037R 0790001R 0790024R 0790024R 0790047R 0790051R 0790037R 0790077R 0790001R 0790001R 0790047R 0790019R 0790047R 0790061R 0790062R 0790041R 0790051R DESCRIPTION CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 10KOHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 390 OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 4.

0K OHM RES. 10UF-M(SMG) 16V 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 JUMPERS K9A1 K9A2 K9A3 K9A4 K9A5 K9A6 K9A7 KL9A2 KL9A3 KNJ1 KNJ2 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 2784381M 0.WIRE 0.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 68 OHM TAPE RES. SH 13P SMT ZH CONN.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM RES.8K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES. 47UF-M(SMG) 16V CAP.CHIP 1/16W 75K OHM TAPE RES.0K OHM RES.7K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CQ-105K251PVS PLASTIC FILM CAP.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.7K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 270K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.60MM TAPED JUMP.WIRE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 109 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .WIRE 0.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 SYMBOL RY34 RY35 RY36 RY37 RY38 RY39 RY40 RY41 RY42 RY43 RY44 RY45 RY46 PART # 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790037R 0790056R DESCRIPTION CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.0MM PITCH CONNE.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.CHIP 1/16W 10 OHM RES.7K OHM RES.60MM TAPED JUMP. CERAMIC CS11-E2GA222MYVS CAP.60MM TAPED JUMP.CHIP 1/16W 68 OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM RES.-ELECTRO.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM TAPE RES.0K OHM RES. Before replacing any of these components.7K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM RES.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety.CHIP 1/16W 12 OHM RES.WIRE 0.CHIP 1/16W 1.WIRE 0. POST SIDE 3P SMT ZH CONN.WIRE 0.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.60MM TAPED JUMP.CHIP 1/16W 1.7K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 27K OHM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CRYSTALS.CHIP 1/16W 1.WIRE 0. 47UF-M(SMG) 16V CAP. POST SIDE PLUG 2P 1.5 PITCH 200P B TO B CONN.WIRE 0.CHIP 1/16W 1. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES. JACKS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 JH01 JY01 JY02 JY03 JY04 JY05 PFA1 PFA2 PH01 PH02 PSM PTF PTW EA02291U EQ00722 EQ00733 EQ00741 EQ00741 EQ00771 EA02192R EA02192R EA02651R EA02341R EA02222U EA02203R ED01075 HDMI RECEPTACLE DC1R019HBA JACK YKC51-0002V 10P(2*5) JACK YKC52-0002V(3S+10P) JACK JACK JACK 3P SMT ZH CONN.60MM TAPED JUMP.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.7K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES. 55HDS69 55HDX99 55HDS69 SYMBOL RT38 RT39 RT40 RT41 RT43 RT44 RT45 RT46 RT47 RT48 RT50 RT51 RT52 RT53 RT55 RT56 RT57 RT58 RT59 RT60 RT61 RT62 RT63 RT64 RT65 RT66 RT67 RT74 RT75 RT76 RT77 RT78 RT79 RT80 RT81 RT82 RT83 RT84 RT85 RT86 RT87 RT88 RT89 RT90 RT98 RY01 RY02 RY03 RY04 RY05 RY06 RY07 RY09 RY10 RY11 RY12 RY13 RY14 RY15 RY16 RY17 RY18 RY19 RY20 RY21 RY22 RY23 RY24 RY25 RY26 RY27 RY28 RY29 RY31 RY33 PART # 0790001R 0790001R 0790052R 0790052R 0790001R AQ00164R 0790043R AQ00258R AQ00247R AQ00229R 0790046R 0790037R 0790046R 0790001R 0790052R AQ00212R AQ00244R 0790046R 0790046R 0790001R 0790024R 0790024R 0790011R 0790011R 0790011R AQ00511R AQ00511R 0790043R 0790043R 0790001R 0790051R 0790051R 0790051R 0790024R 0790024R 0790032R 0790052R 0790064R 0790037R 0790028R 0790051R 0790041R 0790042R 0790042R 0790055R 0790001R 0790059R 0790064R 0790012R 0790012R 0790012R 0790012R 0790024R 0790031R AQ00523R AQ00528R 0790031R AQ00523R AQ00528R 0790001R 0790028R 0790028R 0790028R 0790028R AQ00163R AQ00163R AQ00163R 0790064R 0790064R 0790064R 0790064R 0790064R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R DESCRIPTION CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES. read carefully.CHIP 1/16W 2.WIRE 0.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 82OHM CHIP RESISTOR 220OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESITOR 1/16W 75OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 390 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 68 OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM RES. FILTERS XM01 XM02 XPT1 XT01 XT02 XT03 XT04 XT06 XT07 XT08 XT09 XT10 XT11 BL01182R BP01231 BK10324R BG01624U BN00261 BG01625U BL01491R BK00199R BK00199R BK10324R BK10324R BK10324R BK10324R CSTCE16M0V53-R0 OSX-OSBLA455KEC8-B0 CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 SAW FILTER(X6875D) BGS TRAP MKTGA47M2CAHP00B05 SAW FILTER(X6888D) OSC25R14X10T CERAMIC FILTER 2012TYPE CERAMIC FILTER 2012TYPE CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 CONNECTORS.-ELECTRO. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.CHIP 1/16W 2. POST SIDE PLUG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS UT01 #TG1 #TG2 HC00701 MF02032 MF02033 ENGD6305 GASKET 5-2-15 J1G GASKET 5-2-45 J1G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FILTER PWB JP50332 CAPACITORS C9A1B C9A2B C9A3 C9A4 CNJ1 CNJ2 CNJ3 CNJ4 ! ! ! ! 0 0 0 AN02089S AN02089S AJ00163R AJ00163R 0800317R 0800317R 0800291R 0800291R PLASTIC FILM CAP.60MM TAPED JUMP.60MM TAPED JUMP.60MM TAPED JUMP.0K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.2K OHM RES.CQ-105K251PVS CAP.-ELECTRO.2K OHM RES.60MM TAPED JUMP. 10UF-M(SMG) 16V CAP.WIRE 0.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 12K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.7K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 82OHM CHIP RESISTOR 220OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.60MM TAPED JUMP.-ELECTRO. CERAMIC CS11-E2GA222MYVS CAP.CHIP 1/16W 2.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 10 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 10OHM CHIP RESISTOR 10OHM RES.60MM TAPED JUMP.0K OHM RES.0K OHM RES.WIRE 0.7K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES. -5015680.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.

5K OHM RES.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.0K-JB RES.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSISTORS CA02171R CA02091R TRS.0K-JB RES.7UF6.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.0K-JB RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.0UF 6.CHIP1608-B-4.3V CAP.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 56K-JB RES.2K-JB RES.3V CAP.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 680 OHM RES.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP2125-B-22UF6.0K-JB RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CAP.5K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.3_8.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.-CARBON FLM 1/8W 270K-JB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SWITCHES S9A0 SNC1 SNC2 SNC3 SNC4 SNC5 SNC6 SNC7 ! FG00251 FE00551R FE00551R FE00551R FE00551R FE00551R FE00551R FE00551R POWER SW SPW02N02SY17-2-1(U1D1 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 TACT SWITCH SKHVBDD010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CONNECTORS.CHIP1608-B-4.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP 1/16W 680 OHM RES.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.3V CAP.3V) CAP.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .-CARBON FLM 1/16W 4.7UF6.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 2.7K-JB RES.3V CAP.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.7UF6.CHIP1608-B-4. JACKS EP01 J9A1 JNJ1 JNJ2 PCM2 PFS PPU1 ! EF22542 2676371 EQ00872 EQ00871 2675284 2959063 ED02812 FASTON CONNECTOR L=110MM LOCK PLUG-AC INLET SK-1019 PLUG LPR8029-04**F PLUG LPR8029-05**F PIN POST (PH 5P) CONNECTOR POST PIN 13P 6P VH CONNECTOR PLUG #2.CHIP1608-B-4.3V CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CAP.5K-JB RES.0K-JB RES. 55HDS69 55HDX99 55HDS69 SYMBOL F9A1 NF9A1 ! ! PART # FN00478 2721351 DESCRIPTION PROTECTORS.0UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.3V CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.CHIP1608-B-4.MTL GRAZD FLM 1/2W 470K RES.CHIP-CERAMIC 10UF 10V 2012BK CAP.7UF6.7UF6.7K-JB RES. FUSES FUSE 51MS 100 L-U 125V 10A FUSE HOLDER SYMBOL CW09 CW10 CW11 CW12 CW13 CW14 CW15 CW16 CW17 CW18 CW19 CW20 CW21 CW22 CW23 CW24 CW25 CW26 CW27 CW28 CW29 CWE1 CWE2 CWE4 CWE5 CWE6 CWP1 CWP2 CWP3 CWP4 CWP5 CWP6 CWP7 CWP8 CWP9 PART # 0893193R AA01111R AA01115R 0893179R 0893193R AA01115R 0893179R AA01115R 0893179R 0893193R AA01115R 0893179R AA01115R 0893179R 0893193R AA01115R 0893179R 0893193R AA01111R AA01113R 0893193R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893208R 0893208R AA00937R AA00937R AA00969R AA00969R 0893118R 0893128R AA01144R AA01144R 0893208R DESCRIPTION CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 3.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.-CARBON FLM 1/8W 270K-JB RES.3V CAP. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.3K-JB RES. read carefully.3V M 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LN30 LN31 0 0 LWP1 0 0 0 0 0 0 QW01 0 0 QWE1 0 0 0 0 0 0 RN01 0 0 RN02 0 0 RN03 0 0 RN04 0 0 RN15 0 0 RN31 BA00892R BA00892R BA02252R COILS LBC2518 CHIP COIL 47UH LBC2518 CHIP COIL 47UH 7E06NG TYPE POWER INDUCTOR 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.5 NC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS #01 #02 #03 #04 #05 #06 #07 NA56414 MJ03651 NA82611 MJ04025 MD09981 ML02721 MK01502 AC INLET MTL AVC5 SCRW T3E_3*12BD+SM SWCH16A DW2 INLET MTL SCRW M3S_3*12PN+LSK DW2 INLET WASHER MINI CARD SPACER 06 LKW_4.7UF6.4.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP. Before replacing any of these components.3V CAP.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 2.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 56K-JB RES.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CAP.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 10K-JB RES. 1608-B 1.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP.CHIP1608-B-10UF 6.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CAP.3V) CCC225K06-B-16CT CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFKB 25V TAPE CAP.0UF 16V CERAMIC CAP.0UF 16V CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE 0 0 0 0 0 0 COILS L9A1A LNJ1 ! BZ06241 BH00693R LINE FILTER TF3022H-A172Y10R0COIL 47UH 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSISTORS QNJ1 QNJ2 CF02981R CF02981R 2SC5343YT_PF 2SC5343YT_PF 0 0 0 0 0 0 RESISTORS R9A1 RNC1 RNC2 RNC3 RNC4 RNC5 RNJ1 RNJ2 RNJ3 RNJ4 RNJ6 RNJ7 RNJ9 RNK1 RNK2 RNK3 ! AT03661M 0700054M 0700049M 0700046M 0700043M 0700041M 0700047M 0700045M 0700041M 0700041M 0700041M 0700041M 0700064M 0700064M 0100123M 0100123M RES.CHIP 2SC4082T106P SRC1204EF_PF 0 0 0 0 0 0 RESISTORS 0790035R 0790039R 0790001R 0790039R 0790035R 0790024R RES.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DN01 0 DN02 DW01 DW02 0 0 0 HN01 0 HN02 0 HNM1 0 0 IN01 IN02 0 IW01 0 IW02 0 IW03 0 IW04 0 IWE1 0 IWE2 0 IWP1 IWP2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DIODES CC02061R CC01862R CC00651R CC00652R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SML-020ML SML011BBTT86 SML-210MT T86 GREEN SML-210DT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MODULES CE00121R CZ01261R CZ01241 SBX3050-02 IRDA MODULE IC (RPM871-H12) GP1FM514TZ0F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (IC's) CK38324R CK38325R CK53731U CK38378R CK51732R CK37212R CK53741R CK52581R CK50071R CK37216R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC XC3S50-5PQG208C DIGITAL MONO IC SI-3012KM MM1701CHBE MONO IC TK11125CSCL TC7MBL3245AFK ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MAX4790E TPS62040DGQR MONO IC TK11133CSCL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 POD PWB JP50341 JP50342 CAPACITORS CN30 CN31 CN32 CN33 CNM1 CW01 CW02 CW03 CW04 CW05 CW06 CW07 CW08 AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R AA01123R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R 0893179R AA00937R AA00937R AA00969R AA01116R CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CCC105K10-B-16CT CAP. 1608-B 1.-CARBON FLM 1/16W 1.3V CAP 1608CHIP 27PFJCH 50V TAPE CAP 1608CHIP 150PFJCH 50V TAPE CERAMIC CAP.

CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.2K OHM RES.7KOHM RES.5MM PITCH FPC CONNECTOR CONNECTOR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS #01 NW01~2 NA75382 MJ03878 DW1 TERMINAL SUP MTL.CHIP 1/16W 56K OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES. L=470MM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDT79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 50133180P 0.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 270K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 33 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM TAPE RES. L=340MM 11J PH CONNECTOR 200MM 3P ZH CONNE.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.7K OHM CHIP RESISTOR 100OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES. Before replacing any of these components. FILTERS XWP1 BK10324R CERAMIC FILTER NFM2012P13C105BT1 0 0 0 CONNECTORS.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR 100OHM CHIP RESISTOR 4.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM THERMISTOR NANOSMDC050F13.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.45 PITCH SOCKET 3234 PCMCIA HEADER SD MEMORY CARD 500998-0900 11P 1.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES. SCRW M3M_2*10PN+SM Unknown 0 0 0 0 0 0 FINAL ASS'Y SPEAKERS SPBL SPBR SPL SPR GM01692 GM01692 GM01711 GM01712 SPEAKER UNIT SPEAKER UNIT SPEAKER UNIT SPEAKER UNIT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS A11 A12 A13 A21 A31 A32 A01 A02 A03 A21 A22 A23 U1 FAN JP50321 JP50322 JP50323 JP50331 JP50341 JP50342 DD00752K TS06311 TS06023 JP50761 JP50762 JP50763 HA01751 GS00702 DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB ASS'Y DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB ASS'Y DW2-U SUBDIGITAL PWB ASS'Y DW2-U FILTER PWB ASS'Y DW2-U POD PWB ASS'Y DW2-U POD PWB ASS'Y FPF55C17196UB-85 55P2 LOGIC PWB FPF28R-SCWM3 (LOGIC SCREWS) PSA DW2-A MAIN-DIGITAL (S/T) PSA DW2-B MAIN-DIGITAL (X) PSA DW2-C MAIN-DIGITAL (T) POWER UNIT 3110KL-04W-B10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0790064R 0790051R 0790051R AQ00243R 0790001R AQ00231R AQ00247R AQ00258R 0790051R AZ01031R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CONNECTORS E403 E55H EA01 ECN1 ECN23 ECN6 EFAN EGND EPM1 EPM2 EK01932 EF26021C EK01901 EF25782 EF25991 2908898S EF26001 EF24041 EF25972 EF25982 WIRE (PROCESSED) JF04R0R021970 ASS'Y CONNE.CHIP 1/16W 68K OHM TAPE CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.2 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608 RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM SYMBOL RW92 RW93 RW94 RW95 RW96 RWE4 RWE5 RWE6 RWE7 RWE8 RWE9 RWF1 RWF2 RWF3 RWF4 RWF5 RWF6 RWF7 RWF8 RWP1 RWP2 RWP3 RWP4 RWP5 PART # 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R AQ00519R 0790001R 0790051R 0790038R 0790061R 0790001R 0790019R 0790019R AQ00519R 0790019R 0790019R 0790046R AQ00267R AQ00247R 0790051R 0790051R 0790024R DESCRIPTION RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM RES.DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety. L=180MM 15P EH-DF3 CONNE.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM RES.0MM PITCH CONNE.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES. JACKS JSW JW01 JWE1 PCM1 PW01 PWS EA02231R EA03121U EY01772R EA02331R EA03014R ED01055 8P 0.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES. 55HDS69 55HDX99 55HDS69 SYMBOL RN33 RN34 RNM1 RW01 RW02 RW03 RW04 RW05 RW06 RW07 RW08 RW09 RW10 RW11 RW12 RW13 RW14 RW15 RW16 RW17 RW18 RW19 RW20 RW21 RW22 RW23 RW25 RW26 RW28 RW29 RW30 RW31 RW32 RW33 RW34 RW35 RW36 RW38 RW39 RW40 RW43 RW44 RW45 RW46 RW47 RW48 RW49 RW50 RW51 RW52 RW53 RW54 RW55 RW56 RW57 RW59 RW60 RW62 RW63 RW64 RW72 RW73 RW79 RW80 RW81 RW82 RW83 RW84 RW85 RW86 RW87 RW88 RW89 RW90 RW91 PART # 0790024R 0790024R 0790051R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R AQ00519R AQ00519R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790017R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R 0790019R 0790064R 0790024R 0790024R 0790046R AQ00524R 0790031R 0790001R 0790001R 0790001R AQ00524R AQ00546R 0790064R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R 0790042R 0790042R 0790019R AQ00519R AQ00519R 0790019R 0790019R 0790019R AQ00519R AQ00519R 0790019R 0790019R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R AQ00519R 0790019R 0790019R DESCRIPTION RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.CHIP 1/16W 2.CHIP 1/16W 560K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM RES.7K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM CHIP RESISTOR 47OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 4. read carefully.2K OHM RES. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 24K OHM TAPE RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CRYSTALS. (SMP/PH/PA/ZH/SH/ 80P FFC CABLE L=***MM UL20861 41J LVDS CABLE L=400 (FI-R DF1 10P VH CONNE.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES. L=25MM CO-01T-T0R0-101 8P EH-ZH CONNE.CHIP 1/16W 47 OHM RES.2K OHM RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM RES.

4.5 PLUG L NIC8014N 4J USB CABLE L=1180MM EARTH SYMBOL PART # DESCRIPTION 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FERRITE CORES ECN1A EMC1A EPU1A EPU1B ES1 ES2 GX00666 GX00666 GX00666 GX00666 2169511 2169511 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 COIL LX-ZCAT1518 COIL LX-ZCAT1518 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ACCESSORIES E01 E01A E201 E202 E203 E204 E301 ESWVL N01 N01 N02 N02 N202 N203 N204 U01 U01 U02 EV01841 GX00666 EY01641 EY01641 FQ00021 FR00061 2169513 EW08432 QR66761 QR66771 QR66791 QR66801 QT47722 QT44791 QT47721 HL02069 HL02073 HL01864 POWER CORD 125V10A UL/CSA CLAMP FERRITE CORE K5C RC 16X2 PJX-IR BLASTER DP2X PJX-IR BLASTER DP2X DRY BATTERY(R6P-AA) DRY BATTERY R03(AB) E T COIL LX-ZCAT2032 8P PLUG CODE L=165 MM HDS69 INSTRUCTION BOOK HDT79 INSTRUCTION BOOK HDS69 EASY GUIDE HDT79 EASY GUIDE DIRECTOR'S WARRANTY CARD PLASMA WARRANTY CARD CANADA NATIONAL WARRANTY CARD REMOTE CONTROL UNIT CLU-3861WL REMOTE CONTROL UNIT-CLU-4352UG2 RCT.CLU123S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 112 55HDX99 55HDT79 55HDT79 .DW2U PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety. 55HDS69 55HDX99 55HDS69 SYMBOL EPU1 ERF EUSB PART # EF21567 EY02262 EW08563 DESCRIPTION 6P VH CONNECTOR L=380MM #2. the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. read carefully. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing. Before replacing any of these components.

28~15 V REGULATOR 1.3 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SINGLE SCHMITT TRIGGER BUFFER SINGLE SCHMITT TRIGGER BUFFER DUAL RS-232 LINE DRIVER/REC W/+-15KV ESD PROTEC SINGLE SCHMITT-TRIGGER INVERTER SINGLE SCHMITT TRIGGER BUFFER OBERON IC (POD IC) 1 A. 1.8 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW 3. LOW DROPOUT.3 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW MEMORY CARD JACK POWER UNIT ANALOG/DIGITAL TUNER ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS TABLE OF CONTENTS 113 . DOUBLE-THROW ANALOG SW DUAL FET BUS SWITCH 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW 5 V AGC AMPLIFIER CATV OUT-OF-BAND TUNER 1. DOUBLE-THROW ANALOG SW 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW 6.5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW OCTAL BUS SWITCH CURRENT LIMIT SWITCH HIGH EFFICIENCY STEP DOWN CONVERTER 3.2 VOLTAGE REGULATOR FOR TV / VTR USE REVERSIBLE MOTOR DRIVER DC-DC CONVERTER QAM/VSB DEMODULATOR SINGLE-POLE. DOUBLE-THROW ANALOG SW SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS QUAD 2-INPUT NAND GATES SYNCHRONOUS PRESETTABLE 4 BIT BINARY COUNTER SINGLE-POLE.2 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR 2.DW2U QUICK REFERENCE PARTS LIST IC’S & UNITS No. Symbol 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 A21 A22 A23 DN01 DN02 HN01 HN02 HNM1 L9A1 F9A2 I001 I004 I005 IH02 IH03 IH04 IH05 IL01 IM01 IM02 IM03 IM04 IM05 IM06 IM07 IM08 IP03 IP05 IPT1 IT02 IT03 IT04 IT05 IT06 IT07 IT09 IT10 IT11 IT12 IY01 IY02 IY03 IN01 IN02 IW01 IW02 IW03 IW04 IWE1 IWE2 IWP1 IWP2 JWE1 U1 UT01 P# JP50761 JP50762 JP50763 Description PSA DW2-A MAIN-DIGITAL (55HDS69) PSA DW2-B MAIN-DIGITAL (55HDX99) PSA DW2-C MAIN-DIGITAL (55HDT79) MAIN DIGITAL ASS'Y MAIN DIGITAL ASS'Y MAIN DIGITAL ASS'Y RED/ORANGE LED BLUE LED IR RECEIVER IR RECEIVER IR RECEIVER AC NOISE FILTER FUSE AUDIO/VIDEO SELECTOR Function PWB ASSY MAIN DIGITAL MAIN DIGITAL MAIN DIGITAL LED LED LED LED LED FILTER FILTER SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL FRONT HDMI FRONT HDMI FRONT HDMI FRONT HDMI SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL SUBDIGITAL LED LED POD POD POD POD POD POD POD POD POD POWER SUBDIGITAL Remarks CC02061R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SML-020ML CC01862R SML011BBTT86 CE00121R CZ01261R CZ01241 BZ06251 FN00475 CK53531U CK51331R CK37218R CK53891R CK37216R CK38329R CK38329R CK50961R CK51632R CK51091R CK38328R CK38328R 2015203R CK54692R CK51091R CK37218R CK52481R CK50461R CK54161R CK54051U CK51091R CK50961R CK37218R CK37605R CK37605R CK51151R CK51141R CK37211R CK37216R CK38325R CK38325R CK50027R CK38324R CK38325R CK53731U CK38378R CK51732R CK37212R CK53741R CK52581R CK50071R CK37216R EY01772R HA01751 HC00701 SBX3050-02 IRDA MODULE IC (RPM871-H12) GP1FM514TZ0F LINE FILTER TF2722H-A152Y8R0-0 FUSE 51MS 063 L-U 6.3A R2S11008FP TK11100CS MONO IC TK11150CSCL TMDS SW IC CXB1441R MONO IC TK11133CSCL DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G126DCK) DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G126DCK) SN74CB3T3306DCUR 9DR32DW8-1046 SN74LVC1G3157DCKR IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR IC SN74LVC1G125DCKR HD74HC00TELLE GENERAL LOGIC IV(TC74AC163FT) SN74LVC1G3157DCKR MONO IC TK11150CSCL TK73400TCB-G ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(BA6287F) ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MP2361DK THEATER314 SN74LVC1G3157DCKR SN74CB3T3306DCUR MONO IC TK11150CSCL IC TK11250CM IC TK11250CM UPC3221GV UPC3220GR MONO IC TK11118CSCL MONO IC TK11133CSCL DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G17DCK) DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G17DCK) DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (MAX202IPW) DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G14DCK) DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (SN74LVC1G17DCK) XC3S50-5PQG208C DIGITAL MONO IC SI-3012KM MM1701CHBE MONO IC TK11125CSCL TC7MBL3245AFK ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(MAX4790EUS) TPS62040DGQR MONO IC TK11133CSCL SD MEMORY CARD 500998-0900 POWER UNIT ENGD6305 ONLY HDT/HDX MODELS ADJUSTABLE POSITIVE LOW DROPOUT REGULATOR IC 5 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW CABLE EQUALIZER SW 3.3 V VOLTAGE REGULATOR W ON/OFF SW SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS SINGLE BUS BUFFER GATE WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTS DUAL FET BUS SWITCH IR BLASTER SINGLE-POLE.

CH 2 114 CH 3 . 3. which is another term for CableCard. 2. Sub-Digital PWB includes the Main Terminal Block. 4.DW2U Part Numbers for Boards and Assemblies PANEL BOARDS 42" Model 42HDS69 42HDT79 42HDX99 HA01731 FPF33R-XSS0041 FPF33R-XBU0035 FPF33R-YSS0042 FPF33R-LGC0061 FPF33R-ABL0038 FPF33R-ABR0039 Power Supply X-SUS PWB X-BUS PWB Y-SUS PWB Logic PWB A-BUS-L PWB A-BUS-R PWB PANEL BOARDS 55" Model 55HDS69 55HDT79 55HDX99 A-BUS-D1 PWB FPF31RABD002811 A-BUS-D2 PWB FPF31RABD002812 A-BUS-D3 PWB FPF31RABD002813 A-BUS-D4 PWB FPF31RABD002814 A-BUS-U1 PWB FPF31RABU002801 A-BUS-U2 PWB FPF31RABU002802 A-BUS-U3 PWB FPF31RABU002803 A-BUS-U4 PWB FPF31RABU002804 HA01751 FPF31R-XSS0031 FPF31R-XBU0029 FPF31R-YSS0032 FPF31R-SDR0033 FPF31R-SDR0034 FPF31R-LGC0053 Power Supply X-SUS PWB X-BUS PWB Y-SUS PWB SDR-U PWB SDR-D PWB LOGIC PWB CHASSIS BOARDS 42" & 55" Model 42HDS69 42HDT79 42HDX99 55HDS69 55HDT79 55HDX99 NOTES: Chassis 1 Sub-Digital PWB2 JP50321 JP50322 JP50323 JP50321 JP50322 JP50323 AC Filter PWB JP50331 POD PWB JP50341 JP50342 JP50341 3 Main-Digital PWB4 JP50761 JP50763 JP50762 JP50761 JP50763 JP50762 (Side) HDMI PWB Control PWB (Side) Terminal PWB LED / IR PWB OPT PWB UE26051 UE26052 UE26053 UE26054 UE26055 UE26056 X480401 X480402 X480403 X480404 (Included with POD PWB) JP50332 JP50342 1. Main-Digital PWB is not included with Chassis. Chassis includes everything EXCEPT the Main-Digital PWB. POD means Point Of Deployment.

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