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S/M No.

: TSP110AEF0

Service Manual
Model : DSP-4210GM CHASSIS : SP-110

DAEWOO ELECTRONICS CO., LTD
http : //svc.dwe.co.kr May.2001

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Safety precautions ........................................................................................................................... 2 2. Product specification ...................................................................................................................... 4 3. Block diagram .................................................................................................................................. 6 4. Adjustment (How to use service remote controller) ..................................................................... 7 5. When changing the new board ....................................................................................................... 9 6. Trouble shooting .............................................................................................................................. 10 7. Assembly list ....................................................................................................................................30 8. Circuit diagram .................................................................................................................................31 9. Exploded view ..................................................................................................................................35

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Service manual SP-110

1. SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY CHECK AFTER SERVING Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration. Observe that screw, parts and wires have been returned to original positions. Afterwards, perform the following tests and conform the specified values in order to verify compliance with safety standards. 1-1. Insulation resistance test Confirm the specified insulation resistance between power cord plug prong and externally exposed parts of the set (video and audio input terminals, speaker out terminals etc) is greater than values given in table 1 below. 1-2. Dielectric strengthen test Confirm specified dielectric strengthen between power cord plug prongs and exposed accessible parts of the set (video and audio input terminals, speaker out, etc) is greater than values given table 1 below. 1-3. Clearance distance When replacing primary circuit component, confirm specified clearance distance (d), (d’) between soldered terminals (see Fig1), and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. See table 1 below. Rating for selected areas (table 1) AC Line Voltage
100V 110 to 130V 110 to 130V 200 to 240V

Region
Japan USA &Canada Europe Australia Latin America

Insulation Resistance
1M / 500V DC / 500V DC

Dielectric Strength
1kV AC 1min. 900V AC 1min 4kV AC 1min.

Clearance Distance(d),(d’)
3 3.2 6(d) 8(d) (a : Power cord)

10M

* Class model only

NOTE
This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values for your particular.

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Leakage current ratings for selected are as Ac Line Voltage 100V 110 to 130V Region Japan USA & Canada Europe Australia Load Z 1 1 2 50 15 F Leakage Current( i ) Clearance Distance(d).2 and following table.(d’) i i i 1mArms.5mArms.3 - . Be sure to confirm the precise values for your particular country and locality. power cord plug prongs) and externally exposed accessible parts (video and audio input terminals.Service manual SP-110 1-4. power cord plug prongs) and exposed accessible parts.7mA peak i 1mAdc i NOTE This table is unofficial and for reference only. Leakage current test Confirm specified or lower leakage current between B(earth ground. Exposed accessible parts Exposed accessible parts Antenna earth terminals Other terminals 110 to 130V 200 to 240V 0. speaker out. 0. etc.7mA peak 2mAdc i 0. See Fig. .) Measuring method:(Power ON) lnsert load Z between B(earth ground. Use AC voltmeter to measure AC voltage across both terminals of load Z.

UXGA 3-4. ELECTRICAL & OPTICAL 3-1. GENERAL 1-1.G. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION [ DSP-4210GM ] ITEM 1. Pb. Y/C INPUT SIGNAL 3-3. KE REMARK W X H X D = 1055 X 652 X 85 W X H X D = 1055 X 730 X 85 W X H X D = 1190 X 870 X 480 33kg 39kg NTSC.PAL. DTV/DVD INPUT SIGNAL Y. Y/C : L/R Phone Jack 1Pair DTV/DVD : L/R Phone Jack 1Pair PC : L/R Phone Jack 1Pair * Input Impedance 47 .B.NTSC4. 1280X720p.1Vp-p ) * DTV Resolution Mode ( Y.43 1 INPUT ( 75 . MODEL NO 1-2.1Vp-p ) 3-2.Pr/Cr 1 Input ( 75 . 640X480p * DVD ( Y. SAFETY STANDARD 2. SCREEN SIZE 1-4.Service manual SP-110 2. Super Jack 1 Input( 75 . CE. SOUND INPUT SINAL Composite. WEIGHT 1) WITHOUT STAND 2) WITH STAND 3.SECAM. REMOCON TRANSMITTER TYPE 1-7. CHASSIS NO 1-3. MECHANICAL 2-1. COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUT SIGNAL SPECIFICATION DSP-4210GM SP-110 42” (16:9) WORLD WIDE 853(W) X 480(H) R-V2A(ENGLISH). R-V2AK(KOREAN) UL. COUNTRY 1-5.H.1Vp-p ) * Resolution Mode : VGA .Pb/Cb.V 15Pin D-sub jack 1 Input ( 75 .Cr ) : 50/60Hz R. 1Vp-p ) 50/60Hz. PC SIGNAL 3-5. RESOLUTION 1-6. Pr ) : 1920X1080i. DIMENSION 1) WITHOUT STAND 2) WITH STAND 3) BOX 2-2.Cb. CSA.PAL-M/N.4 - .

Settop Box Interface 3-16.5 - .DTV (User Control) : H-Size. USER CONTROL & ACCESSORIES 4-1.SCREEN MODE.OSD 3-11.POWER. Video Rotation REMARK 3-8.GERMAN.LEFT. 4Direction Paning Avaiable Video Window in DTV/PC Picture PIP Size.FREEZE. AC Power 3-12.Service manual SP-110 ITEM 3-6.MENU.CONTROL 1) SET 2) REMOCON TRANSMITTER 4-2. UP.NETHERLAND. Scaling SPECIFICATION 16:9 Wide 853 X 480 160cd/ m2 500:1 8000o K <Scaling Mode> PC. MUTE 1) REMOCON : R-V2A.ENGLISH. Sound Output 3-14. R-V2AK 2) BATTERY : “AAA” 2EA 3) INSTRUCTION MANUAL 4) STAND (OPTION) 5) WALL HANGER (OPTION) 6) SPEAKER UNIT 2ASS’Y (OPTION) . V-Size H-Position. Panaroma. RIGHT INPUT SELECT. Others 4. PORTUGUESE. VIDEO : Normal. V-Position + Zoom . PIP 3-10.UP.RECALL. ZOOM-. Power Consumption 3-13. LAN Interface 3-15. Wide. MENU. INPUT SELECT.RIGHT. Letter Box.DOWN. Zoom 3-9. R : 8Watts Option Option Freeze Picture. PICTURE MODE. Position Changeable 8Language KOREAN. LEFT. DOWN. ZOOM+.SPANISH.ITALIAN AC 90V-264V. Optical Chracteristics 1) Display Resolution 2) Peak Luminance 3) Contrast Ratio 4) Color Temperature 3-7. DTV : Fill to Aspect Ratio. Letter Box with Sub Title <Scaling Adjust> PC. 50/60Hz 350 WATTS L : 8Watts. Fill to Screen DVD. ACCESSORIES AC POWER. FRENCH.

Service manual SP-110 3.6 - . BLOCK DIAGRAM .

R-Gain : 53 . Pattern generator (2) Conditions : You adjust as follows after assembling set and inputting WHITE PATTERN.7 - .Colour : 32 . How to adjust POWER PCB (1) Devices for measurement : Digital volt meter.G-Bias : 63 .Sharpness : 2 .Sub-Contrast : 70 . Pattern generator (2) Previous adjustment voltage : You adjust as follows after assembling set and inputting BLUE PATTERN.B-Bias : 68 .R-Bias : 63 .Brightness : 36 ( :20 in case of DTV/PC input mode ) .Contrast : 60 . How to confirm the origianl data of VIDEO PCB (1) Input selection : You select video mode (2) You confirm the original data of user control .B-Gain : 76 4-2. Adjustment 4-1. . 1) VSUS(Sustain voltage) : Voltage sustaining electronic discharge TP : P12 Adjustment control : RV600 Standard voltage : 166V 2) VSCAN(Scan voltage) : Scan voltage when recording DATA TP : PA9 #6 PIN of Y PCB Adjustment control : RV14 Standard voltage : -160V 3) VADD(ADDRESS voltage) : Voltage recording DATA TP : P14 Adjustment control : VRS1 Standard voltage : 80V 4-3.Service manual SP-110 4. X/Y PCB adjustment (1) Devices for measurement : Digital volt meter.Sub-Brightness : 60 .Tint : 0 ( Center ) (3) You confirm the original data of SERVICE MODE (PW364) ( See 4-4 ) .G-Gain : 57 .

And then confirm the original data of the Service mode PW364 register. which is set as above. to escape from Service mode. 4) Make sure if there are abnormal ON-state pixels(which must be on OFF-state but are in ONstate. Cyan.G. it is N.G. for example. 3) Increase VSUS. 4-4.290 0. increase VSUS slowly in that pattern. make sure if there is abnormal OFF-state in Magenta. it is N. (4) Make sure you can’t recognize any grey scale errors in the form of colour tint in this darker bands.160V to .G. (See 4-1). Yellow or not. • If the set data of Sub-contrast is over the limit of 80.310 0. by 1V.G. White balance adjustment (1) Feed grey scale signal to video input terminal.B. • You make sure that R.01 Temperature of colour : 8. (8) Press Menu button.300o K (7) You can set Luminance level changing Sub-contrast. . If any.G. (6) Set White balance changing R.B-Gain must be set within the limit of 63 20. If it is over the limit. Y = 0. increase VSUS voltage slowly from 166V to remove abnormal OFF state pixels in that pattern.Service manual SP-110 1) VSHELF(SHELF voltage) : X-electrode sustain voltage when recording DATA TP : RCU25 Adjustment control : RU5 Standard voltage : +60V 2) VVH(SCAN VH voltage) : VH voltage of SCAN IC when scanning TP : RY7 voltage each side Adjustment control : RY6 Standard voltage : -70V (3) The final operation adjustment 1) Input a monochrome pattern of R. (2) Confirm the original data of user control (See 4-1). • How to adjust temperature of colour X = 0.150V and decrease VSHELF slowly to remove wrong electronic discharge. (5) You attach the sensor of a White balance meter to the white part on the upper end of this grey scale pattern. set VSCAN slowly from .8 - . And then you check if there are abnormal OFF-state pixels (which must be in ON-state but are in OFF-state). 2) If there is no abnormal OFF-state pixel in monochrome pattern of R. (3) Press Remote controller in order starting with UP => MUTE => RECALL => MUTE BUTTON to access Service adjustment mode and select PW364. If any.01. R or G) in Blue pattern after aging Blue pattern 5 minutes.B. If any.G.B-Gain.

(2) The data of adjustment voltage is on the label. (2) The data of adjustment voltage is on label. Video (1) Check the related adjustments are correctly set as per previous page.9 - .Service manual SP-110 5. which is attached on the metal part under Y-Sustain board. When fitting a new board 5-1. 5-4. . 5-2. which is attached on the metal part under Y-Sustain board. 5-3. Power module (1) You set each voltage according to the list of adjustments. which is attached on the metal part under Y-Sustain board. X-Sustain (1) Set the VSHELF voltage according to the list of adjustments. (2) The data of adjustment voltage is on the label. Y-Sustain (1) Set the Vvh voltage according to the list of adjustments.

Power .CD.RU.LD. Audio/video 6-2. DATA H/L. Trouble shooting 6-1.10 - . Y-SUSTAIN 6-5.CU. Digital 6-3. X-SUSTAIN 6-4.RD) 6-7.Service manual SP-110 6. Connection(LU. SCAN Board 6-6.

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Service manual SP-110 * IMAGE PROCESSOR PART BLOCK DIAGRAM .12 - .

Change PA603 Confirm Video to digital Connector PA603 N 1.G of Video PCB P603 Change PCB being outputted? Y 1. Inspect input jack N Can you output Sync of TP V2 : 60Hz/ 1. V0? Y N 1. Video signal processing is N. N 1.43 V1 of Video PCB? Y Can you see input to TP Y0.5KHz/KHz? are N. Change video PCB N 1. You must thoroughly understand instruction manual before removing Back cover.Y 1. Change video PCB N Confirm input selection Operate A/V device.G 2. Video S/W and 3D COMB filter (IC402) are N.Confirm other PCBs Video PCB than 2.DHS.Service manual SP-110 NO Video screen ( Composite input ) Check start N Does the ‘Please check input signal or press “input” key.Inspect Digital and X. PC’ screen N appear after inputting signal to DTV or PC jack? Y Can you see input to P502 No.Confirm Power S/W on 3.’ message appear? Y Is the signal input jack correctly connected? Y N Does the input source operate? Y Is input selection in Video mode? Y Does the ‘DTV. .You must only remove PA603 after confirming that you switch off the power.DCLK N Video PCB is N.G 2.13 - .Make sure of connection of Jack(PDP Monitor & A/V device) Is there a weak electronic discharge on the screen? Y N is PA603 properly connected? Y is DVS. Confirm if IC400 and IC401 50Hz H2 : 31.Confirm AC connection 2. Which is used. 2.G 2.G 2. Change video PCB Y 1. Video signal processing is N. Change Video PCB CAUTION : 1. Inspect jack PCB 2.

’ message appear? Y Is the signal input jack correctly connected? Y N Does the input source operate? Y Operate A/V device.Confirm AC connection 2.Y Confirm Video to digital Connector PA603 Is input selection in DTV/DVD mode? Confirm Y input selection Does the ‘Video’ screen N appear after inputting signal 1. AD Converter(IC500) is N.Make sure of connection of Jack(PDP Monitor & A/V device) N Is there a weak electronic discharge on the screen? Y N is PA603 properly connected? Y is DVS.Inspect Digital and X. DTV S/W and DTV processor(IC505) circuit are N.G 2.G 3.10 YD1 of Video jack? Y Can you output DTV signal in TP R.G to Video jack? 2.G 3.Confirm other PCBs than Video PCBs 2.Change PA603 1. Change video PCB Y Can you see input to P502 No.G 2. N N 1. 720P.DCLK N Video PCB is N.G. 480P) Check start N Does the ‘Please check input signal or press “input” key. Video signal processing is N.G of Video PCB P603 Change PCB being output? Y 1. DTV signal processing is N. Change video PCB 1. DTV S/W and DTV processor (IC505) circiuit are N.Confirm Power S/W on 3. Which is used.14 - .DHS. Inspect input jack 1.G 2. Change Video PCB .Service manual SP-110 NO DTV screen (1080I. Inspect jack PCB 2. DTV H/V Sync processing part is N.B? Y N Can you output Sync of TP V1:Hz/ H1 : KHz/ Hz? Y N N 1. Change video PCB 1.

31. Change video PCB Confirm input selection Operate A/V device.G Change PCB Confirm Video to digital Connector PA603 N 1.Make sure of connection of Jack(PDP Monitor & PC) Is there a weak electronic discharge on the screen? Y N is PA603 properly connected? Y Does DVS. Inspect input jack N 1. Change video PCB 1.Confirm Power S/W on 3.G 3. PC S/W is N.DHS.G 2.Hsync. PC H/V Sync processing part is N.15 - .G 2.G.Inspect Digital and X.Confirm other PCBs than Video PCB 2.Y 1.DCLK N of Video PCB P603 being output? Y Video PCB is N.9. PC S/W and DTV processor(IC505) are N.Change video PCB 1.’ message appear? Y Is the signal input jack correctly connected? Y N Does the input source operate? Y N Is input selection in PC mode? Y Does the ‘Video’ screen appear after inputting signal to Video jack? Y N Can you see input to P502 No.Confirm AC connection 2. Inspect jack PCB 2. A/D Converter is N.33 R. Which is used.Service manual SP-110 NO PC screen Check start N Does the ‘Please check input signal or press “input” key. PC signal processing is N.G 2. Change Video PCB .Change PA603 1.B? Y N Can you output Sync of TP V1 : Hz/ H1 : KHz/ Hz? Y 1.G.B.32.G 3.Vsync of Video PCB? Y N Can you output PC signal in TP R. PC signal processing is N.8.G 2. N 1.

LSD1 => DTV/DVD sound 3.2. PA400 connector is N. Confirm if PA3 connector is N.3 of audio PCB? Y N 1.G 2. Change video PCB 1.16 - .G (Change jack PCB) .4 N of audio PCB? Y is sound AMP on PA300 No. RSD1. Confirm AC connection 2. RSV1.G 2.G 2.G (Change audio PCB) or JP659 is N. LSV1 => VIDEO.Service manual SP-110 NO Sound Check start Does the screen appear? N 1. Change audio PCB is sound signal on PA400 No.Make sure of connection of jack(PDP monitor & A/V device) N is the speaker properly connected? Y N Is sound signal output from P502? Y 1.G 2. LSPC => PC sound 2. Video connection to jack PCB is N. Sound S/W is N. Inspect video PCB and other blocks Y N is the sound signal input jack correctly connected? Y 1.4 of audio PCB processing an output? Y Does sound AMP on PA300 No.1. PA300 is N.G Connect speaker See: Siganl composition of P502 sound 1. Speaker or sound cable is N.G 2. Jack PCB is N.2. Confirm power S/W on 3. Change power board 1. Change speaker or sound cable N Is power fed to PA3 of audio PCB? Y N N 1.1. Confirm IC404 3.4 and JP659 of audio PCB produce an output? Y 1. S-VHS sound is sound signal on P400 No. RSPC.

G 2.17 - . LED PCB and other blocks Y Does Remote Controller operate? Y N 1.2 of P602 N 1. Connection with video PCB is N. Confirm power S/W on 3. Inspect video PCB. IR receipt block of video PCB is N.G 2. Confirm Remote Controller operation and battery Is screen on with key input? N 1. Change LED PCB 1. LED PCB is N.G or video PCB N. Inspect video PCB and other blocks Y Is there waveform when pressing remocon in IR NO. Inspect video PCB and other PCBs .Service manual SP-110 NO Remote Controller operation Check start N Is red LED next to POWER S/W on? 1. Confirm AC connection 2.G 2.

PA601 connector is N.Service manual SP-110 NO Key operation Check start N Is red LED on next to POWER S/W on? 1. LED PCB and other blocks Y Does power come on with remocon? Y N 1. Connection with video PCB is N.G or Video PCB is N. Inspect video PCB.G 2.G 2. Change key PCB . Inspect video PCB and other blocks Is connection between PA601 of key PCB and video PCB good? Y 1. Confirm power S/W on 3. Inspect video PCB and other PCBs N 1.18 - . Confirm AC connection 2.

.0V ~ 3.Reset : If 3.0V ~ 3.V_MUTE :If 3.2V ~ 2.3V input (pin No. Confirm Reset and V_MUTE .5V ~ 5. Confirm CONF_DONE ( ID102.5V : If 2.5V input (pin No.2V. 5V_1.2) : If 4.5V.2.5V : If 4.K.K.K. 3V_3.Service manual SP-110 6-2. 3. .3. O. .5V. 3.K.5V. 4. .0V ~ 3. O.3V into Power Connector ( PA5 ).5V. 5V_2 .0V ~ 3.2V.5V.K.5V ~ 5.0V ~ 3. 3.7.5V. After make sure that the set turns off. O.K. Confirm whether Power 2.8) : If 3. O. 5.K.3. . Confirm whether there is an input of 5V. O.1. 3. .7V. DIGITAL Checking Order for normal operation of Digital Board and Check Points ( * Measure RMS voltage with a multi-meter. O.19 - .3V : If 3. refer to the attached picture for position of check points ) 1. O. O.3V_1. turn off the High Voltage ON/OFF Switch of the Power Board and then turn on the set 2.CONF_DONE : If 3. ID103 ) .K.3V_2.

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8 ohm 5 Watt (2) The total value of resistance : 10. In case of normal value of resistance. replace (open) board and confirm each connector : the state of insertion ( installation ) 4. .2 +/. Open beyond 2V Beyond 1. discharge (below 5 volt) with resistance of beyond 1K ohm 5 Watt 3. Confirm the value of series and parallel resistance of RU10//RU13-RU11//RU14-RU12//RU15 (1) Each value of resistance : 6. components side ) . Inspect connectors and other boards Table 1.49 2 0. Check the remaining electrical voltage of PA7 (1) Check the Voltage of Terminal 170V : If maintained beyond 10 volt. X-SUSTAIN BOARD 1. Later.: black The configuration of terminal ( top view.: black NAME 1 170V GND 15V GND DIODE TESTER + + + MEASURE About 5 sec. PA114 The value of Diode Tester of each terminal * + : red.Service manual SP-110 6-3.21 - . . replace the board (3) In case of normal state. PA7 The value of Diode Tester of each terminal * + : red. (1) Use a Diode Tester (2) If abnormal part is found.0. Separate PA7 and PA114 connector 2. Later.47 3 CU1(5V) GND 0.43 DIODE TESTER + + + MEASURE 0. Open About 3 sec. measure the value as following table1.5 ohm (3) In case of wrong value of resistance.48 Table 2.

6 0. .5 0.48 .5 0.6 DIODE TESTER + GND A B C D E F G H MEASURE 0.45 0.6 0.4 0.48 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 QU7/QU8 QU17/QU18 QU15/QU16 QU23~QU26 QU19~QU22 QU12 QU11 QU9 0.LATER.48 0.22 - .5 0.5 0.45 0.Service manual SP-110 DIODE TESTER + GND A B C D E F G H MEASURE 0.5 0.5 0. LATER.5 Table 3.3 ABOUT 5 SEC.6 0.5 10 11 QU4 QU13/QU14 0.6 0. OPEN Open Open DIODE TESTER + + + + + + + + + + + MEASURE 0. OPEN Open Open Open Open Open Open Beyond 2.49 0. The value of Diode Tester of each Semiconductor * + : red.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.49 0.4 0.: black NAME 1 QU5/QU6 D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S DIODE TESTER + + + + + + + + + + + MEASURE ABOUT 5 SEC.

PA111 The value of Diode Tester of each terminal * + : red. Open Beyond 0.23 - . Later.Service manual SP-110 6-3. discharge(below 5 volt) with resistance of beyond 1K ohm 5 Watt (2) Confirm the Voltage of Terminal -155V : If maintained beyond -10 volt.: black NAME 1 170V GND 2 -155V GND 3 ON/OFF GND 4 15V GND DIODE TESTER + + + + MEASURE About 3 Sec. Later. beyond 0.7 DIODE TESTER + + + + MEASURE Beyond 0. discharge(below -5 volt) with resistance of beyond 1K ohm 5Watt 3. components side) . Inspect connectors and other boards Table 1.7 Open Beyon 0. PA111 connector 2.4 About 5 Sec. (1) Use a Diode Tester (2) If abnormal part is found. replace the board (3) In case of normal state. In case of normal value of resistance.8 Open Beyond 2. Confirm the remaining electrical Voltage of PA9 (1) Confirm the Voltage of Terminal 170V : If maintained beyond 10 volt. Separate PA9.4 Table 2. PA9 The value of Diode Tester of each terminal * + : red. -: black The configuration of terminal (top view. Confirm the resistance of RY2 ( 470 ohm 5Watt ) (1) In case of wrong value. . Y-SUSTAIN BOARD 1. replace board and confirm each connector 4. measure the value as following Table 1.

5 0.5 0.5 0.6 0. LATER.4 0.4 Open 0.4 .4 0.5 0.2 1.6 0. The value of Diode Tester of each Semiconductor * + : red.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.6 1.5 0.Service manual SP-110 DIODE TESTER + GND A B C D E F G H I J K L M P MEASURE 1.2 0.6 1.4 0.6 0.6 0.4 0.5 0. OPEN Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Beyond 1 Open DIODE TEST + + + + + + + + + + + MEASURE 0.5 Table 3.5 0. .: black NAME 1 QY5~QY8 D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S D S DIODE TEST + + + + + + + + + + + MEASURE ABOUT 3 SEC.2 0.2 0.6 0.5 0.24 - .5 0.5 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.2 DIODE TESTER + GND A B C D E F G H I J K L M P MEASURE 0.4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 QY9~QY12 QY1~QY2 QY3~QY4 QY25~QY28 QY20~QY23 QY15~QY16 QY19 QY14 QY13 QY2 0.6 1.

SCAN BOARD 1.Service manual SP-110 6-5. PCB separately 2. The configuration (1) The Voltage Terminal of Scan (top view.6 DIODE TESTER + MEASURE Open . components side) A B DIODE TESTER + - MEASURE Beyond 0. Confirm the DIOED TESTER.25 - .

5 .CD. Separate PA113 (1) Confirm CU and DATA H board (2) Confirm RU and two DATA H boards 4. The value of Diode Tester of each terminal * + : red.Service manual SP-110 6-6.26 - . Separate P115 (1) Confirm LD and two DATA L boards 5.CU. CONNECTION(RU. DATA H/L. .LD) 1.LU.3 DIODE TESTER + + MEASURE 0. Confirm the upper part and the lower part (1) Separate PA10 and PA11 (2) Confirm DIODE TESTER 2.: black 1 2 NAME Vadd GND 5V GND DIODE TESTER + + MEASURE Open Beyond 1. Separate P112 (1) Confirm LU and two DATA H boards 3.6 0.RD. Separate P116 (1) Confirm CD and DATA L board (2) Confirm RD and two DATA L boards Table 1.

Is each voltage (30V.Service manual SP-110 6-7. R22 open Push the SW1 (Slide switch) of POWER MODULE in the opposite direction of Then. R21.27 - . 3. is each voltage (30V. 3. the power LED turns red? YES NO 1. LED turns green? Is 7PIN of CONNECTOR P2 0 V? YES Check VIDEO PCB? Check R20. 15V present? NO YES Check Y-sus PCB Is 1 pin voltage of CONNECTOR P10 and P11 correct at 15V? NO After P10 CONNCETOR is Separated. check LOW B+. 15V present? YES . 5V) of CONNECTOR P3 correct? YES NO After P3 CONNECTOR is separated.3V) of CONNECTOR P5 correct? NO Check Digital PCB Is 1 pin voltage of CONNECTOR P7 and P9 correct at 15V? NO After P7 CONNCETOR is Separated. POWER CHECK NO When the set is switched on. Check RC 1(Bridge Diode) open/short NO When remote controller is switched on. 15V present? NO YES Check X-sus PCB YES After P9 CONNCETOR is Separated. 12V. Check Fuse F1 open 2.3V) correct? YES YES NO Is each voltage(5V. 5V) correct? YES NO Check Audio AMP PCB After P5 CONNECTOR is separated. is each voltage (5V. 12V.

Can Vadd(70V) be produced? NO YES Without Connector P10 Can Vadd(70V) be produced? NO Check Y-sus PCB YES Without Connector P11 Can Vadd(70V) be produced? NO NO YES Turn on the POWER. check High Voltage And turn on the Power.5PIN 0V? YES NO YES NO Check Y-sus PCB Turn on the POWER.28 - .Service manual SP-110 NO YES YES Check After P11 CONNECTOR is YES CONNESeparated. is 15V CTION produced? PCB Replace Power Module Push the SW1(Slide Switch) POWER Module in the direction of Then. Can Vscan(-155V) be produced? YES Without Connector P9 Can Vscan(-155V) be produced? YES Check Y-sus PCB . Can Vsus(170V) be produced? NO Without Connector P7 Can Vsus(170V) be producde? NO YES Check X-sus PCB Without Connector P9 Can Vsus(170V) be produced? YES Is the Voltage Of Conncetor P7.

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Service manual SP-110 7. Assembly List NO PCB ASS’Y NAME WORKING PROCESS ASS’Y NAME 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 ACCESSORY AS PACKING AS CABINET AS MASK FRONT AS VIDEO PCB AS PCB VIDEO MANUAL A PCB VIDEO CHIP B AS PCB VIDEO CHIP A AS DIGITAL PCB AS PCB DIGITAL MANUAL PCB DIITAL CHIP B PCB DIGITAL CHIP A A PCB DATA H AS PCB DATA H CHIP A A PCB DATA L MANUAL PCB DATA L CHIP A A SCAN PCB AS PCB SCAN MANUAL A PCB SCAN CHIP A AS X-SUS PCB AS PCB X-SUS MANUAL A PCB X-SUS RHU AS PCB X-SUS M-10 AS PCB X-SUS RADIAL AS PCB X-SUS CHIP A AS Y-SUS PCB AS PCB Y-SUS MANUAL A PCB Y-SUS RHU AS PCB Y-SUS M-10 AS PCB Y-SUS RADIAL AS PCB Y-SUS CHIP A AS AUDIO PCB AS PCB AUDIO MANUAL A PCB AUDIO RADIAL AS PCB AUDIO AXIAL AS JACK PCB AS PCB JACK MANUAL AS XSA PCB AS PCB XSA MANUAL AS CONN UNION PCB AS PCB UNION CHIP A AS PCB UNION AS PCB RIGHT-DO MANU PCB RIGHT-DO A AS .30 - ASSEMBLY CODE PEACPWD011 PEPKCPD011 PECACAD011 PEFMSJD011 PEVDMSD011 PEVDJ2D011 PEVDJ1D011 PEDGMSD011 PEDGJ2D011 PEDGJ1D011 PED1MSD011 PED1J1D011 PED2MSD011 PED2J1D011 PES1MSD011 PES1J1D011 PEXSMSD011 PEXSJ0D011 PEXSJBD011 PEXSJRD011 PEXSJ1D011 PEYSMSD011 PEYSJ0D011 PEYSJBD011 PEYSJRD011 PEYSJ1D011 PEAUMSD011 PEAUJRD011 PEAUJAD011 PEJAMSD011 PEXAMSD011 PEUNJ1D011 PEUNSWD011 PERWMSD011 PERWJ1D011 DATA_H PCB AS DATA_L PCB AS .

31 - .Service manual SP-110 8. VIDEO / AUDIO . Block Diagram 8-1.

Digital .32 - .Service manual SP-110 8-2.

33 - .Service manual SP-110 8-3. Y-Sustain Y-Sustain Block Diagram .

X-Sustain X-Sustain Block Diagram · · · · · · .Service manual SP-110 8-4.34 - .

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DSP-4210GM Data-board change procedure Daewoo Electronics .

The circled locations are where the screws in order to take off the back panel. Un-screw the following locations. . This is backside of PDP.Step 1.

. Lower: “Data Low”. Upper: “Data High”. The upper data board is different from bottom.Step 2 Inside look of PDP This is inside look of PDP. You can read these on the board.

Step 3 .

Connect any video source and display. . Find out the exact location of the line by pictures.Step 4 Testing. This is normal picture.

Unhook the data connector.Step 5 Testing. . Find out exact location of the line and unhook the connector right above that position.

Step 6 Picture of opened hook. .

Step 7 Take out the connect strip. .

You will see some thin dead lines vertically.Step 8 Exam the picture. .

. you have to change the “Data High (Upper)” board. then you have to change the “Data Low (Lower)” board. If you cannot see the problem line between these dead lines.Step 9 Close look of the picture If you still see the problem line in between these dead lines.

Unhook all the connectors.Step 10 Changing Data High. .

Step 11 Unscrew .

Step 12 Pull the data board and replace with new one. .

Step 13 Slide in the new board .

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. Push in the connector 2. So lift a little and push in all the way. **** Caution **** At the tip of the connector. and then clip down. Push down the clip. there is a little hook.Step 14 1.

.Step 15 Screw in.

Step 16 Same technic is applied if you have to change the “Data Low (Lower)” .

.Step 17 Put back the back cover.

Please send back the Defected parts to the following address. Daewoo Electronics DTV Service.com . Lyndhurst. 120 Chubb Ave. NJ 07071 If you have any question? Call 1-800-Daewoo-8 (1-800-323-9668) or. Email: service@daewoodigital.

DSP-4210GM Horizontal Data-board change procedure Daewoo Electronics .

.Step 1. This is backside of PDP. Un-screw the following locations. The circled locations are where the screws in order to take off the back panel.

Step 2 Inside look of PDP .

Step 3 Horizontal Data board (Showing bottom one for example) .

Step 4 Pull out the 2 connectors. .

Step 5 Unscrew 2 positions .

.Step 6 Slide and disconnect the board from main unit.

.Step 7 Slide in the new board.

Step 8 Screw in the 2 screws in the position .

Step 9 Put in the data connector. .

Step 10 Cover the back panel and screw in those positions. .

Lyndhurst. NJ 07071 Phone Number 201-964-9349 .Step 11 Please send back to us the unused and defected part. Address: Daewoo Electronics Research Center 120 Chubb Ave. Please mark which one is unused and defected.

DSP-4210GM Data board change procedure (When multiple thin lines occur in-group) Daewoo Electronics .

Un-screw the following locations. This is backside of PDP. The circled locations are where the screws in order to take off the back panel.Step 1. .

Step 2 Look for the position of the lines occur. Close Look .

Step 3.If the lines occur in the middle of screen. Unscrew those positions. . disassemble the connecter part.

.Step 4 Take out the wires and the connector.

Do not pull the consol to get completely separate from the main unit. ** Note ** Input connecting consol is still connected with power cable. Slide out the input connector consol.Step 5. . Therefore.

.Step 6. Picture after input connecting consol is detached.

Check if any connection is loosed.Step 7. Close Look .

Step 8. Step 7.If there is no connector that is loosed. Change Data-board. Changing Data-board controller. (Step 8 ~ Step ??) Location of Data-board Controller . See Data-board Change procedure. change data-board.

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How To Access Service Mode for Screen Control
1. 2. Turn on the PDP. Set up the PDP and a picture source. E.g. PDP and DVD are connected with component or composite connection. 3. Play any DVD and select a picture scene and pause it. When you select a picture scene, try to find a scene has bright (light source) spot and dark (shadow) spot in the same picture. (e.g. A little dark room with bright light comes through a window.) 4. Go into the “service menu” mode using your remote control. (Press following order on your remote: Up -> Mute -> Recall -> Mute) 5. You will see the Following option on the center of the screen. CXA2101AQ VPC3230D PW364 MSP3405P PICTURE Test Pattern Factory 6. 7. 8. Highlight the option “PW364” by pressing “down” arrow. Select the option by pressing “right” arrow. You will see the following option. S Brt S Cont R Bias G Bias B Bias R Gain G Gain B Gain 9. “S Brt” is the Brightness and “S Cont” is the Contras.

10. Write down all the values on that screen and use this as a reference. 11. Highlight S Brt. 12. Change its value to “0” by press left arrow. 13. Highlight S Cont. 14. Change its value to “0” by press left arrow. (You will see almost nothing)

15. Increase “S Cont ” value using “Right” arrow until you see the bright spot of the picture. You still don’ see the dark (shadow) spot of the screen but it is ok. t 16. Highlight “S Brt” by pressing “up” arrow once. 17. Increase its value using “right” arrow until you see the dark (shadow) spot of the screen. 18. Exit the service menu by pressing “Exit” button twice. 19. Turn off the PDP and Turn on again. 20. Enjoy your PDP.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DSP-4210GM

Important safety instructions
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK )

before cleaning. Use a damp cloth; do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Never add any attachments and/or equipment without approval of the manufacturer. Such additions may result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or other personal injury. Do not use the monitor where contact with or immersion in water is a possibility, such as near bath tubs, sinks, washing machines, swimming pool, etc. Provided ventilation for the monitor. The unit is designed with slots in the cabinet for ventilation to protect it from overheating. Do not block these openings with any object. On not place it near a radiator or heat register. Operate your monitor only from the type of power source indicated the marking label. If you are sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your monitor dealer or local power company. This plug will fit into a grounding-type power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your outlet. Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding-type plug. This monitor is equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug. That is, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. Protect the power cord. Power supply cords should be routed so that they are unlikely to be walked on or pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.

NO USER SERVICEABLE PART INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL

FCC regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment many void the user's authority to operate it. To prevent electric shock, use a 3-wire grounding-type plug, and fully insert the plug. To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

Important safety information
Always be careful when using your monitor. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and other injuries, keep these safety precautions in mind when installing, using, and maintaining your machine. Read all safety and operating instructions before operating the PDP monitor. Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference. Heed all warnings on the monitor and in the operating instructions. Follow all operating and use instructions. Unplug this monitor from the wall outlet

This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power-line surges. When replacement parts are required. ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the monitor is in a safe operating condition.Unplug the monitor from the wall outlet and disconnect the interfacing cable system during a lightning storm or when left unattended and unused for long periods of time. Do not insert foreign objects through openings in the units. . Unauthorized substitutions may result in additional damage to the unit. be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original part. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Contact with such lines can be fatal. Avoid overhead power lines. adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions. Do not overhead the wall outlet or extension cords. as they may tough dangerous voltage points or damage parts. Overloading can result in fire or electric shock. An external connection cables should not be placed in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this monitor. Never spill liquid of any kind on the monitor. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions : when the power-supply cord or plug is damaged if liquid has been spilled on or objects have fallen into the unit if the monitor has been exposed to rain or water if the monitor does not operate normally by following the operating instructions if the monitor has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged when the monitor exhibits a distinct change in performance If you make adjustments yourself. Do not attempt to service this monitor yourself. Adjusting other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the monitor to normal. When installing an external connection cables be careful to keep from touching the power lines or circuits.

The Daewoo Plasma Monitor displays clear and precise high quality pictures using a high resolution PDP panel of 400. CAUTION : To reduce the risk of electric shock. Please follow all warnings and instructions written in this manual. No user-serviceable parts inside. The Daewoo Plasma Monitor with its slim depth (83 mm) and light weight (only 33 kg) allows a greater possibility of placement and movement. The Daewoo Plasma Monitor supports a wide range of PC inputs (VGA/SVGA/XGA/SXGA/UXGA). Please keep this manual for future reference. Please read all instructions completely before operating your new Daewoo Plasma Monitor and equipment. The Daewoo Plasma Monitor with its wide screen supports both the 16:9 and 4:3 format.000 pixels that produces picture quality far superior to current analog TV’s. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. while also providing Zoom and PIP functions as well. ACCESSORIES Remote control IN SE PU LE T CT PO W ER RE CA LL ZO OM + Batteries for the remote control (AAA type) Connection cable for video/audio Power cable ZO OM – MEN U VO L VO L PI CT MOD UR E E FR EE ZE SC RE MOD EN E MUT E R-V 2A .HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAEWOO PLASMA MONITOR w w w w w The Daewoo Plasma Monitor is a high definition and high resolution big screen. true flat monitor. DO NOT remove its cover. that are adaptable to various multimedia components.

.....................................................................................................29 Plasma display panel ………………….................................4 Rear Side ………….......................6 DVD Connection………........................................................................................................................................................................... .8 PC Connection…………................................................................................................................... zoom.....................24 How to adjust the volume…………….. or DVD) How to adjust video picture……....16 How to use utility functions for OSD language..........................................................................13 How to select input signal………… ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19 Menu Operation (Video..27 How to directly check the video system or graphic resolution…………… ........................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................11 How to adjust screen mode..9 Menu Operation (PC or DTV) How to adjust picture quality……........................24 How to adjust screen size…………......................................................4 Remote Control Key Function……… ................................................. reset to factory defaults or operate graphic resolution or video systems…………………...........................................22 How to operate hot keys from remote control or front panel How to power the unit on/off…………................3 Panel Description Front Side………… ................................25 How to select inputs using the hot key…………....................................................... ....................................................................................................................... ................................................28 When there is no signal after auto detection…...................................................................27 Other OSDs related to auto progress When auto progressing……………......................................5 Basics (Settings) VCR Connection…………..................2 Safety precautions…………………… ........................26 How to zoom……..................................................... or screen size and position……......................................................27 How to freeze/pause the picture frame……………...................................................................28 When there is an unacceptable signal after auto detection…….17 How to operate the PIP function…… ............................................................................................................................................................... .... S-VHS.28 Troubleshooting Before requesting technical support…… ...................................................................... ...................................................................10 How to adjust sound quality……….........................29 Specifications ........................................................................................................................................30 ...............Table of Contents Preparation Important safety instructions…………………… .......................................................................................................................26 How to select a picture mode……… ....7 DTV Connection………….........................21 How to adjust screen mode and rotation…………........................... ..... ................................................................................................................. ...........................................................

which can cause fire or damage to the internal components. • Do not place any liquid container on top • Do not place any objects on top of the of the Plasma Monitor. Doing so may cause electric shocks. Damaging the power cable may result in fire or electric shock. Doing so may cause damage to or cause premature failure of the unit. Doing so may result in power failure. • Do not cover the ventilation holes. 2 . • Do not handle the power cord with wet hands. a short-circuit may occur which could result in fire or electric shock. Doing so may cause the Plasma Monitor to overheat. (Never attempt to disassemble this unit yourself) The internal components of this unit is high voltage which may cause electric shocks. • When installing this unit on a wall or ceiling. If any foreign objects get inside. • Do not make any modifications. immediately stop all operations. If water spills into the Plasma Monitor. Plasma Monitor. The unit may fall off or tip over causing injury and damage. please consult an Authorized Service Center. • Do not place the Plasma Monitor on sloped or unstable surfaces. it can cause damage to or premature failure of the unit. Doing so may result to an electric shock. Improper mounting can result in personal injury or damage to the unit. do not touch the unit. • Do not place the Plasma Monitor in sunlight or near heating units.Preparation IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • When a problem occurs. • Do not do anything that might damage the power cable. • Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. • During a lightning storm.

• Do not place any heavy objects on the unit. If any foreign objects get inside. please consult an Authorized Service Center. can cause fire or electric shock. Any damage to the cable can result in electric shocks or fire. • If the Plasma Monitor is not in use for a long period of time. to ensure proper installation. • Do not combine a used battery with a new one.PREPARATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Do not pull or hang the connecting cable. Doing so can cause fire or electric shock. in turn. • Do not lean or step on the Plasma Monitor. It will conserve electricity. • Do not pull the power cord to remove the power plug from the wall outlet. Built-up dust can increase humidity which might damage the insulation and cause fire. 3 . check the polarity. • When inserting batteries. Batteries should always be replaced as a pair. unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. • Do not rest the Plasma Monitor on top of other objects. smoke or steam. • Be sure to disconnect all cables before moving the Plasma Monitor. Moving the unit with its cables attached might damage the cables which. Always use new batteries when replacing the old set. • Do not place the Plasma Monitor in a humid or dusty place or any place near oil.

Cr. 720p. 60Hz) or DVD (Y. Cb * 50/60Hz) Connection Power Cord Connection External Speaker Connection 4 .Panel Description FRONT SIDE MOVE/CH – VOLUME + MENU INPUT SELECT Press INPUT SELECT button to switch between Video/S-Video/DTV or DVD inputs Press VOLUME Up/Down button to adjust sound level Press the MENU button to display the menu and use MOVE/CH buttons to select and adjust items Remote controller receiver LED Display . 480p. Pb.Red: Standby Green: Operating state Power ON/OFF Button POWER STAND-BY/ OPERATE REAR SIDE R AUDIO L Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr R AUDIO L R AUDIO S-VIDEO VIDEO L PC INPUT DTV/DVD INPUT VIDEO INPUT EXTERNAL INPUT LAN R L SPEAKER(8Ω) AC IN ~ACIN PC Input Connection VIDEO Input Connection DTV Settop Box (Y. Pr * 1080i.

5V “AAA” batteries. Inserting batteries • Insert batteries properly by matching polarity. then close lid.P A N E L DESCRIPTION REMOTE CONTROL KEY FUNCTION INPUT SELECT POWER INPUT SELECT KEY: Direct input select function POWER KEY: To switch to standby or on again RECALL RECALL KEY ZOOM– ZOOM+ ZOOM – MENU ZOOM + MENU KEY To switch the menu on/off VOL VOL ARROW UP / DOWN PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE VOLUME– / +KEY Press -/+ to adjust the volume PICTURE MODE KEY MUTE SCREEN MODE KEY to switch between a 4:3 or a 16:9 picture format FREEZE KEY Still picture MUTE KEY Temporarily mute the sound or restore it R-V2A Note • Use 1. 5 .

when playing video games.e. • You can watch NTSC or PAL / SECAM signals.) 6 .Basics(settings) VCR CONNECTION R AUDIO S-VIDEO VIDEO L VIDEO INPUT INPUT SELECT POWER S-Video Jack RECALL Video/Audio ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU VOL VOL VCR VIDEO PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MUTE INPUT SELECTION • Press the INPUT SELECT button on the front panel or on your remote control to select Video or S-Video. VIDEO S-VIDEO DTV/DVD PC • You can watch TV by selecting TV mode on your VCR and tuning to your TV channel. POWER INPUT SELECT R-V2A Input mode rotates in the following sequence each time you press the INPUT SELECT button. NOTE An afterimage may appear on the plasma panel when a still image has been displayed for a long duration (i.

Cb. or DTV/DVD according to your connection type. Cb. POWER INPUT SELECT VIDEO S-VIDEO DTV/DVD PC Y. Cr Connection) DVD (Without Y. Cb. S-Video. Input mode rotates in the following sequence each time you press the INPUT SELECT button. Cr Connection) INPUT SELECTION (REMOTE CONTROL) • Press INPUT SELECT button on the front panel or on your Remote Control to select Video.B A S I C S ( S E T T I N G S ) DVD CONNECTION R AUDIO Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr R AUDIO S-VIDEO VIDEO L L DTV/DVD INPUT VIDEO INPUT Video Audio S-Video Video/Audio DVD (Using Y. Cr Connection S-Video Connection (using 4 pin mini DIN Connection) RCA Video 7 .

480p(60Hz) NOTE If your DTV Settop Box is equipped with a 15pin D-Sub connector. 8 .DTV CONNECTION R AUDIO Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr L DTV/DVD INPUT INPUT SELECT POWER Video Audio RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU DTV SET-TOP BOX DTV SETTOP VOL VOL PICTURE MODE SCREEN MODE FREEZE MUTE INPUT SELECTION (REMOTE CONTROL) • Press INPUT SELECT button on the front panel or on your Remote Control to select DTV/DVD Input mode rotates in the following sequence each time you press the INPUT SELECT button POWER INPUT SELECT R-V2A VIDEO S-VIDEO DTV/DVD PC DTV FORMATS SUPPORTED • 1080i(60Hz). you can also watch DTV via PC input. 710p(60Hz).

SVGA . Input mode rotates in the following sequence each time you press the INPUT SELECT button. INPUT SELECTION (REMOTE CONTROL) • Press INPUT SELECT button on the front panel or on your Remote Control to select PC. POWER INPUT SELECT VIDEO S-VIDEO DTV/DVD PC RESOLUTIONS SUPPORTED • VGA .SXGA .XGA .B A S I C S ( S E T T I N G S ) PC CONNECTION R AUDIO L PC INPUT Audio 15 PIN D-Sub Use appropriate connector to match your PC output connector.UXGA 9 .

Picture. The “Main Menu” contains seven options. Input.Menu Operation (PC or DVD) FEATURES OF THE MAIN MENU Pressing the MENU button on the Remote Control takes you to the “Main Menu” screen. 1. The menu of each option is displayed. Press the SELECT button.arrow button buttons 2. The option you want to select is highlighted and its submenu is displayed on the right-hand.KEYS TO ADJUST THE BRIGHTNESS SETTINGS. VOL VOL 10 . Utilities. Also each option has the submenu. Screen. MENU VOL VOL PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MENU MUTE R-V2A ➔ USE VOLUME+/. Highlight the option you want to select using the +/. Sound. PIP. INPUT SELECT POWER RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ HOW TO ADJUST PICTURE QUALITY THIS MENU ALLOWS YOU TO SELECT A FAVORITE PICTURE ➔ PRESS MENU KEY AND SELECT PICTURE MENU.

HOW TO ADJUST SOUND QUALITY ➔PRESS THE UP/DOWN ARROW KEY TO PLACE THE CURSOR ON SOUND.M E N U O P E R A T I O N ➔PRESS THE ARROW UP/DOWN KEY TO MOVE CURSOR POSITION OVER THE CONTRAST OR SHARPNESS SETTINGS AND ADJUST THESE SETTINGS USING THE VOLUME +/. VOL VOL VOL VOL NOTE THE SMALL GUIDE BOX BELOW THE MENU INDICATES A MOVABLE CURSOR COLUMN. 11 . THE SOUND MENU WILL BE HIGHLIGHTED.KEYS. VOL VOL NOTE THE SMALL GUIDE BOX BELOW THE MENU INDICATES A MOVABLE CURSOR COLUMN.

THEN USE THE VOLUME +/KEYS TO ADJUST THE BASS OR BALANCE SETTINGS.➔ PRESS THE VOLUME + KEY TO SELECT TREBLE AND ADJUST TREBLE USING THE VOLUME +/. PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MUTE VOL VOL R-V2A VOL VOL 12 . INPUT SELECT POWER VOL VOL RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU VOL VOL ➔ PRESS THE UP/DOWN ARROW KEY TO MOVE THE CURSOR OVER THE SETTING YOU WISH TO ADJUST.KEYS.

ZOOM. VOL VOL 13 .M E N U O P E R A T I O N HOW TO ADJUST SCREEN MODE. VOL VOL ➔ AFTERWARDS YOU CAN SELECT THE NORMAL OR 16:9 BY PRESSING THE UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS. OR SCREEN SIZE AND POSITION ➔ USE UP/DOWN ARROW KEY TO SELECT THE SCREEN MENU. THEN SELECT THE SCREEN MODE NORMAL OR 16:9 BY PRESSING THE UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS. VOL VOL ➔ PRESS THE VOLUME + KEY TO PLACE THE CURSOR ON THE MODE MENU.

➔ PRESS THE MENU KEY TO EXIT FROM SCREEN MODE TO ZOOM CONTROL. UP/DOWN CONTROL WILL BE ACTIVATED IN THE 2 COLUMN. ➔ PRESS UP/DOWN ARROW KEY TO POSITION THE CURSOR ON THE ZOOM MENU. THEN ‘ PRESS "+" KEY FOR ZOOM’ MESSAGE WILL BE DISPLAYED
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SMALL GUIDE BOX WILL BE MOVED FROM THE 3 COLUMN TO THE 2 COLUMN TOINDICATE THAT UP/DOWN CONTROL WILL ACT ON 2 COLUMN FROM 3 COLUMN.
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➔ IF YOU PRESS THE VOLUME+KEY, AN ICON AND NUMBER WILL BE SHOWN AS BELOW, WHICH MAKES THE PICTURE ZOOM IN OR OUT.

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NOTE IF YOU PUSH THE DIRECT ZOOM+ KEY FROM THE REMOTE CONTROL, YOU WILL SEE A ZOOM TEXT INSTEAD OF A ZOOM ICON AS SHOWN ABOVE.

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➔ MOVE THE CURSOR ON THE ‘ADJUST’ MENU, USING THE UP/DOWN ARROW KEYS IN THE 2 COLUMN TO ADJUST SCREEN H/V POSITION OR H.V. SIZE.
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HOW TO SELECT INPUT SIGNAL
➔ THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO CHOOSE AN INPUT SELECTION. ONE IS THE DIRECT INPUT KEY FROM THE REMOTE CONTROL, THE OTHER IS TO SELECT IT FROM THE MENU. ➔ USING 4-WAY ARROW KEYS, YOU CAN SELECT ANY INPUT YOU WANT.

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VOL VOL ➔ YOU CAN POSITION THE CURSOR ON THE SPECIFIC LANGUAGE BY PRESSING THE UP/DOWN KEYS. RED MARK INDICATES WHICH LANGUAGE IS BEING USED. OSD CONVERTER WILL APPEAR. INPUT SELECT ➔ PRESS VOLUME+ KEY FOR LANGUAGE SELECTION. STANDARD AND RESOLUTION. ➔ PRESS THE MENU KEY FOR LANGUAGE SELECTION. MENU 17 . AFTERWARDS. RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULTS OR OPERATE GRAPHIC RESOLUTION OR VIDEO SYSTEMS ➔ YOU CAN SELECT VARIOUS UTILITIES OF OSD LANGUAGE.M E N U O P E R A T I O N HOW TO USE UTILITY FUNCTIONS FOR OSD (ON-SCREENDISPLAY) LANGUAGE.

VOL VOL INPUT SELECT POWER RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU ➔ YOU CAN FIND THE CURRENT GRAPHIC INPUT RESOLUTION.➔ PRESSING THE VOLUME+ KEY RESTORES ALL PARAMETERS TO THE FACTORY DEFAULTS STATUS. VOL VOL PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE VOL VOL MUTE R-V2A 18 .

NOTE IF MAIN INPUT IS VIDEO. YOU CAN NOT ACCESS PIP FUNCTION.M E N U O P E R A T I O N HOW TO OPERATE THE PIP FUNCTION ➔ YOU CAN ACCESS THE PIP FUNCTION USING THE MENU BUTTON AND THE 4 WAY ARROW KEYS. MENU ➔ PIP SIZE CAN BE SELECTED FROM <PIP OFF> <SIZE 1> AND <SIZE 2> NOTE YOU CAN ENJOY VIDEO PIP ONLY WHEN VIEWING THE MAIN GRAPHICS PICTURE. FOR EXAMPLE. OR DVD PIP WHEN MAIN INPUT IS PC OR DTV. YOU CAN ENJOY VIDEO. 19 . S-VHS OR DVD. S-VHS.

MUTE MENU R-V2A VOL VOL 20 .➔ PIP H/V POSITION CAN BE ADJUSTED FROM THE SCREEN BY USING THE VOLUME+ KEY. VOL VOL INPUT SELECT POWER VOL RECALL VOL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU VOL VOL PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE ➔ PIP PICTURE PARAMETERS CAN BE ADJUSTED USING THE MENU BUTTON AND 4 WAY ARROW KEYS.

COLOR AND TINT ARE ADDED TO THE GRAPHICS PICTURE. ➔ YOU CAN ADJUST COLOR AND TINT USING THE MENU AND THE 4-WAY ARROW KEYS. S-VHS. or DVD) HOW TO ADJUST VIDEO PICTURE ➔ YOU CAN ADJUST ALL PARAMETERS USING THE MENU BUTTON AND THE 4 WAY ARROW KEYS.M E N U O P E R A T I O N Menu Operation (Video. MENU MENU 21 . ➔ PRESS MENU KEY. MENU NOTE IN VIDEO PICTURE.

ENLARGE-P (PANORAMA). ENLARGE-LB (LETTER BOX). AND ENLARGE-LBS (LETTER BOX WITH SUBTITLES) MODES ARE ADDED TO THE GRAPHICS SCREEN MODE.HOW TO ADJUST SCREEN MODE AND ROTATION SCREEN MODE SCREEN MODE INPUT SELECT POWER RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU SCREEN MODE VOL VOL PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MUTE SCREEN MODE R-V2A NOTE IN VIDEO SCREEN MODE. 22 .

M E N U O P E R A T I O N ROTATION SCREEN MODE SCREEN MODE NOTE IN VIDEO MODE. YOU CAN ROTATE THE PICTURE. PAL 60 (PAL M). BUT THERE IS NO FUNCTION IN GRAPHICS MODE. NTSC AND. 23 . ETC. VIDEO SYSTEM INPUT SELECT INPUT SELECT NOTE YOU CAN CHECK YOUR CURRENTLY RUNNING VIDEO SYSTEM WHICH CAN BE PAL.

MENU 24 . PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MUTE VOL VOL R-V2A ➔ PRESS THE MUTE KEY. THEN THE MUTE STATUS WILL BE TOGGLED. THEN OSD WILL BE DISPLAYED AS SHOWN BELOW.How to operate hot keys from remote control or front panel HOW TO POWER THE UNIT ON/OFF ➔ PRESS THE POWER KEY. POWER INPUT SELECT POWER RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU VOL VOL HOW TO ADJUST THE VOLUME ➔ PRESS THE VOLUME -/+ KEYS WHEN IN NORMAL VIEW. THEN THE POWER STATUS WILL BE TOGGLED SHOWING THE INPUT STATUS.

ENLARGE-P (PANORAMA). SCREEN MODE ➔ THERE ARE FIVE SCREEN MODES DURING VIDEO INPUT: NORMAL. ENLARGE-LB (LETTER BOX).M E N U O P E R A T I O N HOW TO ADJUST SCREEN SIZE ➔ IF YOU PRESS <SCREEN MODE> KEY DURING NORMAL MODE. ➔ THERE ARE TWO SCREEN MODES DURING GRAPHICS VIEWING: NORMAL AND 16:9. 16:9. AND ENLARGE-LBS (LETTER BOX WITH SUBTITLES) SCREEN MODE 25 . THE OSD WILL APPEAR AS SHOWN BELOW.

USE THE AVAILABLE OPTIONS TO SWITCH BETWEEN PICTURE MODES: NORMAL AND USER MODE.HOW TO SELECT INPUTS USING THE HOT KEY ➔ PRESS THE <INPUT SELECT> KEY. DTV/DVD AND PC. THEN THE OSD WILL APPEAR AS SHOWN BELOW. THEN THE OSD WILL APPEAR AS SHOWN BELOW. PICTURE MODE 26 . INPUT SELECT INPUT SELECT POWER RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU VOL VOL PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MUTE HOW TO SELECT A PICTURE MODE R-V2A ➔ PRESS THE <PICTURE MODE> KEY. S-VIDEO. USE THE AVAILABLE OPTIONS TO SWITCH BETWEEN INPUTS: VIDEO.

➔ FOR GRAPHICS VIEWING. PRESSING THE ZOOM +/. THE FREEZED PICTURE WILL TOGGLE BETWEEN THE ORIGINAL PICTURE.PREPARATION HOW TO ZOOM ➔ DURING PROPER ZOOMING OPERATION. ZOOM+ ZOOM— HOW TO DIRECTLY CHECK THE VIDEO SYSTEM OR GRAPHIC RESOLUTION ➔ PRESS THE RECALL KEY TO RECALL THE GRAPHICS AND VIDEO VIEWING STATUS. PICTURE MODE ➔ FOR VIDEO VIEWING. PICTURE MODE HOW TO FREEZE/PAUSE THE PICTURE FRAME ➔ PRESS THE FREEZE KEY.KEYS WILL DISPLAY THE OSD AS SHOWN BELOW. THE FOLLOWING SIGN WILL APPEAR WHEN IN FREEZED MODE. FREEZE 27 .

Other OSDs related to auto progress WHEN AUTO PROGRESSING MENU INPUT SELECT POWER RECALL ZOOM– ZOOM+ MENU WHEN THERE IS NO SIGNAL AFTER AUTO DETECTION VOL VOL PICTURE MODE FREEZE SCREEN MODE MUTE WHEN THERE IS AN UNACCEPTABLE SIGNAL AFTER AUTO DETECTION R-V2A 28 .

PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL Symptom Dark spot Cause & Correction • Although the plasma display panel uses highly precise technology. There are spots on the screen or the picture waves back and forth excessively. • When a still video image or PC image is left displayed for a long period of time. an after image may appear. high voltage cables.Troubleshooting PREPARATION BEFORE REQUESTING TECHNICAL SUPPORT Symptom The Remote Control does not work. or neon lights (interfering electric wave or influence electromagnetic wave)? A creaking sound is sometimes made by the main unit. • When the unit is turned on. Afterimage Inside noise 29 . street cars. • Is the monitor affected by cars. This is normal and not an indication of a defect. the upper and bottom screen may be blank. the driving sound of the display panel may be heard. it may display blank pixels or dark spots. This is normal and not an indication of a defect. The size of the screen changes suddenly. it is a normal sound made when the cabinet contracts slightly due to the change in room temperature. the size of the picture may not fit into the screen during initial dark images. Checking Points • Are the batteries still functional or installed correctly? • Is light from a fluorescent lamp (or similar light source) directed onto the remote sensor? • Is the supplied remote control being used to operate the unit? (this monitor cannot be operated by a different remote control) • unless the picture and sound quality are abnormal. wider than 16:9 (cinema-size soft video). running a video or broadcast without static images will gradually cause the afterimage to disappear. • In some soft videos. In this case. There are blank areas on the upper and bottom screen. • In case of soft video.

NTSC4.08(V) mm 16. 50/60HZ 30 .SPECIFICATIONS s GENERAL Model Screen Size Aspect Ratio Display Pixels Pixel Pitch Display colors Contrast Ratio System DSP-4210GM 42" (106Cm) 16:9 853(H) x 480 (V) dots 1.Pr/Cr ) 15pin D-sub Jack ( R. PAL.08(H) x 1.H. SECAM. PAL-M/N.Pb/Cb.000 colors 500 : 1 NTSC.B.43 s MECHNICAL 1055(w) x 652(h) x 83(d) mm ( without stand ) Size 1055(w) x 730(h) x 83(d) mm ( with stand) 33kg ( without stand) Weight 39kg ( with stand) s ELECTRICAL Input Signal Video S-Video DTV/DVD PC Audio Input Audio Output Power consumption AC Power RCA Jack 4pin Mini Din Jack RCA Jack x 3( Y.G.V) RCA x 2 (L/R) 3sets 16W ( 8W x 2) with separate speaker 350W 90~264V .770.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL DSP-4210GM .

DSP-4210GM Video board change procedure (Analog/Digital) Daewoo Electronics .

Un-screw the following locations. This is backside of PDP. The circled locations are where the screws in order to take off the back panel.Step 1. .

Step 2 Video Board. . Digital video board (bottom). Analog video board (top).

.Step 3 Step 10 Cover the back panel and screw in those positions.

.Step 11 Please send back to us the unused and defected part.

Please mark which one is unused and defected. Lyndhurst. NJ 07071 Phone Number 201-964-9349 . Address: Daewoo Electronics Research Center 120 Chubb Ave.