42LG70

LG TRAINING MANUAL
Spring 2009 LCD Training
LG TRAINING MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
This manual was prepared for use only by properly trained audio-visual service technicians. When servicing this product, under no circumstances
should the original design be modified or altered without permission from LG Electronics. Unauthorized modifications will not only void the
warranty, but may lead to property damage or user injury. All components should be replaced only with types identical to those in the original
circuit and their physical location, wiring, and lead dress must conform to original layout upon completion of repairs. If any fuse (or Fusible
Resistor) in this TV receiver is blown, replace it only with the factory specified fuse type and rating. When replacing a high wattage resistor
(Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB. Always keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature
parts. Do not attempt to modify this product in any way.
Special components are also used to prevent shock and fire hazard and are required to maintain safe performance. No deviations are allowed
without prior approval by LG Electronics. Service work should be performed only after you are thoroughly familiar with these safety checks and
servicing guidelines. Circuit diagrams may occasionally differ from the actual circuit used. This way, implementation of the latest safety and
performance improvement changes into the set is not delayed until the new service literature is printed.
ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE 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.
Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on the
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. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES
devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as an ESD mat, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal
devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices. Do not use refrigerant-propelled chemicals
which can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until
immediately before you are ready to install it.
REGULATORY INFORMATION
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 when the equipment is operated in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, 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 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/TV technician for help.
The responsible party for this device’s compliance is: LG Electronics of Alabama, Inc. 201 James Record Road. Huntsville, AL 35813, USA. Digital
TV Hotline: 1-800-243-0000
Published February, 2009 by LG Electronics USA Training Center
Copyright © 2009 LG Electronics of Alabama, Inc.
Contact Number Hours of Operation
Customer Service (800) 243-0000 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Technical Support (800) 847-7597 7am-7pm Mon-Fri / Sat 8-2 CT
Parts Sales (888) 393-6484 7am-7pm Mon-Sat CT
Training Center (256) 774-4051 8am-5pm Mon-Fri CT
WEB CONTACTS:
Web Site Address Description
LG USA www.lgusa.com Product information
Customer Service us.lgservice.com User manuals, FAQs
GCSC aic.lgservice.com Service manuals, parts, bulletins
Customer Service Academy www.lgcsacademy.com Web training, discussion forum
Live Training lge.webex.com Live training
PHONE CONTACTS:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERVIEW .................................................. 5
Introduction ....................................................5
Basic Troubleshooting Steps ............................5
Caution............................................................5
Model Number Structure ...............................6
Serial number Structure ..................................6
Features ..........................................................7
JackPacks .........................................................8
Dimensions .....................................................8
Remote Control ..............................................9
Service Menu ...................................................9
Computer Connection ....................................9
Service Remote ............................................ 10
Check Firmware Version ............................. 11
Update Firmware ......................................... 11
DISASSEMBLY ............................................ 13
Introduction ................................................. 13
Back Cover Removal .................................... 13
Power Supply (SMPS) Removal .................... 14
Main board Shield Removal .......................... 15
Main board Removal .................................... 16
T-Con (LCD Driver) Removal ..................... 17
Exploded View ............................................. 19
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................. 21
Circuit board layout ..................................... 21
Power Supply ............................................... 21
Backlight troubleshooting............................. 27
LCD Controller (T-Con) Troubleshooting ... 34
Main board troubleshooting ......................... 36
Front board Troubleshooting ....................... 52
SCHEMATICS ............................................ 57
42LG70 :: Interconnect ................................ 57
42LG70 :: Main Board :: Regulator Voltages 58
42LG70 :: P1000 Waveforms ....................... 59
42LG70 :: P1001 Waveforms ....................... 60
42LG70 :: Main Board :: Audio .................... 61
42LG70 :: Main Board :: inputs .................... 62
42LG70 :: Main Board :: Regulators & Tuner 63
42LG70 :: Main Board :: BCM ...................... 64
42LG70 :: Main Board :: BCM ...................... 65
42LG70 :: Main Board :: DRAM ................... 66
42LG70 :: Main Board :: Micom ................... 67
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OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
The manual covers the 42LG70 from the 2008 LCD product line. The 42LG70 is a Full
HD (1080p) TV and features an integrated HD tuner. It also includes USB Media Host and
SimpLink. USB Media Host consists of a USB port on the back of the TV that supports
USB flash memory drives loaded with media or firmware for the TV. SimpLink allows for
control of other LG SimpLink products via the HDMI connection.
All LCD TV models are module level repair in and out of warranty. They are covered by a
one year parts and labor warranty. Refer to the last page of the owner’s manual for more
warranty information. For models under 30”, the Service Level is Factory Service Repair.
Larger models are Field Service. Contact the Warranty department for more information.
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS
Define - Look at the symptom carefully and determine what circuits could be causing the
failure. Use your senses Sight, Smell, Touch, and Hearing. Look for burned parts and
check for possible overheated components. Capacitors will sometimes leak dielectric
material and give off a distinct odor. Frequency of power supplies will change with
the load, or listen for relay closing, etc. Observation of the front Power LED may give
some clues.
Localize - After carefully checking the symptom and determining the circuits to be checked
and after giving a thorough examination using your senses the first check should always
be the DC Supply Voltages to those circuits under test. Always confirm the supplies
are not only the proper level but be sure they are noise free. If the supplies are missing
check the resistance for possible short circuits.
Isolate - To further isolate the failure, check for the proper waveforms with the Oscilloscope
to make a final determination of the failure. Look for correct Amplitude Phasing and
Timing of the signals also check for the proper Duty Cycle of the signals. Sometimes
“glitches” or “road bumps” will be an indication of an imminent failure.
Correct - The final step is to correct the problem. Be careful of ESD and make sure to
check the DC Supplies for proper levels. Make all necessary adjustments and always
perform a Safety AC Leakage Test before returning the product to the Customer.
CAUTION
1) A 20 minute pre-run time is required before any adjustments are performed.
2) Refer to the Voltage Stamp on the Switch Mode Power Supply silk screening. (+/- 1/2
volt).
3) Be cautious of electric shock from the Backlight section, it uses high voltage AC. Check
that the Power Supply and Drive Circuits are completely discharged because of residual
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MODEL NUMBER STRUCTURE
4 2 L G 6 0 - U A
Screen Size
Year
G = 2008
Series/Feature Level
30/31 = HDTV
40 = DVD Player
50 = Full HD
60 = Scarlet - Full HD & 120Hz
70 = Full HD & 120Hz
90 = LED Backlight
X = Super Thin
Display Type
P = Plasma
L = LCD
D = DLP RPTV
J = Projector
Brand
Z= Zenith
Blank = LG
Region
U = North America
B = Europe & NA
Chassis Version
SERIAL NUMBER STRUCTURE
4 0 3 M X X Q 0 5 1 0 6
Sequential Number (5-7 Numbers)
Production Info (2 Letters)
Production Site (2 Letters)
Production Year and Month (3 Numbers). Ex, March 2004.
current stored before circuit board removal.
4) C-MOS circuits are sensitive to static electricity. Use caution when dealing with these
IC and circuits.
5) Exercise care when making voltage and waveform checks to prevent costly short circuits
from damaging the unit.
6) Be cautious of lost screws and other metal objects to prevent a possible short in the
circuitry.
7) Check the appearance of the Replacement Panel and Circuit boards for both physical
damage and part number accuracy. Verify model names and board model matches.
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FEATURES
Intelligent sensor - LG’s “Intelligent Sensor”
uses 4,096 sensing steps to evaluate
its surroundings. Using a sophisticated
algorithm, the LG processes picture quality
elements including brightness, contrast,
col or, sharpness and whi te bal ance.
The result is a picture optimized for its
surroundings, more pleasing to watch. It can
also save up to 50% in power consumption
since the screen will brighten and dim to
match ambient lighting.
TruMotion 120Hz - Advance 120Hz panel
provides clear, smooth images, even
during fast action scenes creating a stable
structure for a crisper picture.
24p Real Cinema - Hi-def movies run at
exactly 24 frames per second speed that
they were originally filmed in, making the
home-cinema experience one step closer
to a “Real Cinema” experience.
Full HD 1080p Resolution - Displays HDTV
programs in full 1920 x 1080p resolution
for a more detailed picture. Standard HD
LCDs are 1366 x 768.
Clear Voice Technology - Isolates the dialog
by boosting the mid-range tones (human
voice range, 300hz to 3500hz).
Expert Menu/ISFcc - Expert Menu features
Imaging Science Foundation Certified
Calibration Controls which allow precise
in-home picture calibrations.
Model Name 42LG70
Chassis Name LP81A
Screen Specs
Resolution 1920 x 1080p
Brightness (cd/m2) 500
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 40,000:1
Viewing Angle 178/178
Response Time (GTG) 2.7ms
Picture Enhancements
XD Engine Yes
Enhanced Noise Reduction Yes
Black Stretcher Yes
TruMotion 120Hz Yes
Intelligent Sensor Yes
ISFcc Yes
HDMI Support
HDMI 1.3 with Deep Color Yes
Simplink (HDMI CEC) Yes
Cabinet
Front Cabinet Style Glossy Black
Rear Cabinet Style Matte Black & Red
Speaker Invisible Speaker
RoHS Yes
VESA Compatible 200 x 200
Wall Mount Model RW-230
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JACKPACKS
Model Name 42LG70
Chassis Name LP81A
Rear Jacks
Analog Audio Out 1
S-Video In 1
Component In (Y,Pb,Pr) 2
Coaxial Digital Audio Out 1
Optical Digital Audio Out 1
HDMI Input 3
Side Jacks
Composite Video In 1
HDMI In 1
USB 2.0 1
RF In (Antenna/Cable) 1
Component Video In 1
DIMENSIONS
7.9"
200mm
27.1"
688.34mm
13.55"
344.17mm
40.4"
1026.16mm
Remove 4 screws to
remove stand for
wall mount
Model No.
Serial No.
Label
16.1"
410mm
22.9"
581.66mm
28.9"
734mm
4.4"
111.8mm
11.6"
294.6mm
Center
7.9"
200mm
5.4"
138mm
7.9"
200mm
11.2"
285mm
1.8"
45.6mm
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REMOTE CONTROL
2008 models feature a newly designed, easier to use remote. The remote
has fewer buttons than previous designs which was accomplished by
moving many functions to an on-screen Quick Menu. The “Q. MENU”
button on the remote opens the Quick Menu and the user can choose
between options like aspect ratio, closed captions, sleep timer, etc.
The remotes are programmable for other devices. When using SimpLink,
the device buttons on the remote do not need to be pressed to switch
modes before controlling external equipment. External devices are
controlled by the TV instead of the remote.
SERVICE MENU
The service menus can be used to make adjustments, change color
alignment, and get software versions. There are two service menus. The
Adjust and Instart menus can be accessed using the service remote
(Service remotes are available from LG parts). These menus can also
be accessed by holding down the menu button on the TV and the
remote until the user menu disappears. The menus alternate between
Adjust and Instart every time the menu button is held down. If the TV
asks for a password, enter 0000 (four zeros).
COMPUTER CONNECTION
A computer can be connected to the RGB (VGA) or HDMI
connection on the TV. The HDMI connection will require a
DVI to HDMI adapter if the PC has a DVI connector.
Set the monitor output resolution and vertical frequency on
the PC before connecting it to the TV. Refer to the owner’s
manual for a full list of supported resolutions. The message
“OUT OF RANGE” will appear on the screen if the resolution
is not supported.
INPUT
FAV
MUTE
TV
STB
POWER
Q. MENU MENU
AV MODE RETURN
ENTER
VOL CH
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8
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DVD
VCR
Some Supported Resolutions
Resolution
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
1024x768 60/70/75Hz
1280x768 60/75Hz
1360x768 60Hz
1600x1200 60Hz
1920x1080 60Hz
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SERVICE REMOTE
NUM KEY FUNCTION
1 POWER To turn the TV on or off
2 POWER ON To turn the TV on automatically if the power is supplied to the TV. Use the POWER key to deactivate; It
should be deactivated when delivered.
3 MUTE To activate the mute function.
4 P-CHECK To check TV screen image easily.
5 S-CHECK To check TV screen sound easily
6 ARC To select size of the main screen (Normal, Spectacle, Wide or Zoom)
7 CAPTION Switch to closed caption broadcasting
8 TXT To toggle on/off the teletext mode
9 TV/AV To select an external input for the TV screen
10 TURBO SOUND To start turbo sound
11 TURBO PICTURE To start turbo picture
12 IN-START To enter adjustment mode when manufacturing the TV sets.
To adjust the screen voltage (automatic): In-start mute Adjust AV (Enter into W/B adjustment mode).
W/B adjustment (automatic): After adjusting the screen W/B adjustment Exit two times
13 ADJ To enter into the adjustment mode. To adjust horizontal line and sub-brightness.
14 MPX To select the multiple sound mode (Mono, Stereo or Foreign language).
15 EXIT To release the adjustment mode.
16 APC(PSM) To easily adjust the screen according to surrounding brightness.
17 ASC(SSM) To easily adjust sound according to the program type.
18 MULTIMIDIA To check component input.
19 FRONT-AV To check the front AV.
20 CH To move channel up/down or to select a function displayed on the screen.
21 VOL To adjust the volume or accurately control a specifc function.
22 ENTER To set a specifc function or complete setting.
23 PIP CH-(OP1) To move the channel down in the PIP screen. To use as a red key in the teletext mode.
24 PIP CH+(OP2) To move the channel in the PIP screen. To use as a green key in the teletext mode.
25 PIP SWAP(OP3) To switch between the main and sub screens. To use as a yellow key in the teletext mode.
26 PIP INPUT(OP4) To select the input status in the PIP screen. To use as a blue key in the teletext mode.
27 EYE To set a function that will automatically adjust screen status to match. The surrounding brightness so natural
color can be displayed.
28 MENU To select the functions such as video, voice, function or channel.
29 IN-STOP To set the delivery condition status after manufacturing the TV set.
30 STILL To halt the main screen in the normal mode, or the sub screen at the PIP screen. Used as a hold key in the
teletext mode. Page updating is stopped.
31 TIME Displays the teletext time in the normal mode. Enables to select the sub code in the teletext mode.
32 SIZE Used as the size key in the PIP screen in the normal mode. Used as the size key in the teletext mode.
33 MULTI PIP Used as the index key in the teletext mode. Top index will be displayed if it is the top text.
34 POSITION To select the position of the PIP screen in the normal mode. Used as the update key in the teletext mode
(Text will be displayed if the current page is updated.)
35 MODE Used as Mode in the teletext mode.
36 PIP To select the simultaneous screen.
37 TILT To adjust screen tilt.
38 0~9 To manually select the channel.
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CHECK FIRMWARE VERSION
You can check the firmware version
by opening the service menu. It is
located near the top of the menu.
UPDATE FIRMWARE
1) Copy the firmware to the top
level on a USB flash drive and to
a folder named LG_DTV. Some
models require the LG_DTV
folder, and some don’t. Put it in
both locations if you are not sure
which is correct. Only copy the
file (or files) for the model you are
currently updating. 2) Turn on the
TV and insert the USB drive to the
USB IN port.
3) If the firmware is newer than what is already installed, the upgrade menu should open
automatically. If the update menu doesn’t open, press MENU on the user remote and
select OPTION. Now press the Fav key 7 times and the upgrade menu will open.
4) Select START and press ENTER on the remote to start the software upgrade.
5) The TV will copy the update from the drive and then install it. Do not turn the TV off
until it is finished.
6) The TV will automatically turn off and back on after the upgrade is successfully
finished.
7) Check the firmware version to verify the update was successful.
Model Name
Bar Code (Code 128, Contains the manufacture No.)
Manufacture No.
The trade name of LG Electronics
Manufactured date (Year & Month)
The place Origin
Model Sufx
LP81A LPL L42FHD
Main V1.62 USB V2.14
00 HDCP 0
UTT 97
Tool Option1 39848
Tool Option2 51
Area Option 1
OPTION1 43
OPTION2 46
OPTION3 0
OPTION4 0
System Control
Audio Prescale
Threshold
Power Off History
Panel Control
Davinci / Auto Test
LP81A LPL L42FHD
Main V1.62 USB V2.14
00 HDCP 0
UTT 97
Tool Option1 39848
Tool Option2 51
Area Option 1
OPTION1 43
OPTION2 46
OPTION3 0
OPTION4 0
System Control
Audio Prescale
Threshold
Power Off History
Panel Control
Davinci / Auto Test
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DISASSEMBLY
DISASSEMBLY
INTRODUCTION
This section of the manual will discuss disassembly of the 42LG70 LCD Direct View
Television. Upon completion of this section the technician will have a better understanding
of the disassembly procedures.
BACK COVER REMOVAL
Remove the 16 screws shown. Pay
attention to the size and type of screw
as there are different types. Putting in
the improper screw when reassembling
may cause damage. Note that only
two screws need to be removed from
the stand to remove the back cover.
Replace these two screws before
standing the TV upright.
POWER SUPPLY
Main “Digital”
Under Shield
LVDS
Cables
Side
Controls
Backlight
Connection
To Right Side
T-CON Under Shield
Backlight
Connection
To Left Side
Ballast
Under
Shield
Side Inputs
Front Control
AC Input
RF
Input
Tweeter
Woofer Woofer
Tweeter
Rear Inputs
T-CON p/n EAT56803001 BALLAST p/n EAY56798701
BOARD LAYOUT
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POWER SUPPLY (SMPS) REMOVAL
Disconnect P201, AC In, and P204.
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MAIN BOARD SHIELD REMOVAL
Remove the two screws holding the Decorative plastic piece on the right side. Remove the
plastic piece. Remove the two pieces of tape on the left side holding down the cables and
the one at the top. Remove the remaining 11 screws indicated by the arrows.
TAPE TAPE
TAPE TAPE
Decorative
Plastic
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MAIN BOARD REMOVAL
Disconnect P1000, P1001, P800, P404 and P501Note: In the top right is a connector
P200. This is an open connection. Remove the 2 screws securing the Main board.
Note: The top 2 and bottom 2 screws were removed during the shield removal process.
P1001 P1000
P800 P800
P404 P404
P501 P501
P200
No Connection
NOTE: Look carefully on top and behind the BCM and Micronas IC, for a
piece of Chocolate (Heat Transfer Material). Be sure to transfer to new board
if replaced.
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T-CON (LCD DRIVER) REMOVAL
Remove the 2 screws at the top of each
bracket. Remove the 3 Screws in the T-Con
shield. Lift up the left bracket and work the
shield out and off. Remove and save the tape
over the LVDS Cables.
The three screws shown in the picture below are for the Service Position. They would
already be removed in the previous step. Disconnect CN1, CN2, CN4 and CN5.
See next page for details.
CN1
CN5 CN4
CN2
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To remove the flex cables that go to the
LCD panel, CN4 or CN5: Place a soft sharp
object like a fingernail underneath the black
locking tab and gently lift upward.
Flip the lock up and back from the flex cable.
Then the flex cable can be easily removed.
To remove the LVDS cables for CN1 or CN2; Press in on the two tabs and slowly rock the
cable out of the connector.
Locking Tabs
Press In Press In
CN4 or CN5 Locked
Unlocked
The locking tab is flipped forward
CN4 or CN5 Locked
Unlocked
The locking tab is flipped forward
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EXPLODED VIEW
Part numbers subject to change.
Check GCSC (aic.lgservice.com) for
the current part numbers.
804
805
802
803
801
806
550
821
822
521
540
530
820
400
900
300 200
122
120
121
500
510
910
570
800
A2
A10
A9
LV1
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These
parts are identified by in the Schematic Diagram and EXPLODED VIEW.
It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as
recommended in this manual to prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards.
Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Loc No. Part No Description Specifcation
120EAB41280401 Speaker,Full Range G1640401 FERRITE 10W 8OHM 82DB 110HZ 193.5X42X30
121EAB41284401 Speaker,Tweeter D025D12K1400(0/90) 33uF/50V 20W 4OHM 68DB 590HZ
122ABA35890405 Bracket Assembly BRACKET 42LG30/50/70 - SPEAKER WOOFER BRACKET AS
122AJJ70346804 Supporter Assembly LG70_WOOFER SPEAKER SUPPORTER ASS’Y_C/SKD
200EAJ41862301 LCD,Module-TFT LC420WXN-SAA1 WXGA 42.0INCH 1366X768 500CD COLOR
300ABJ35604317 Cabinet Assembly 42LG7DC-UA Commercial_hotel 42 42LG70_Cabinet a
400ACQ35604417 Cover Assembly,Rear 42LG7DC-UA Brazil 42 42LG70_Back cover ass’y_CKD
500AGF72842101 Package Assembly SUB 42LG700H IR/PRE-AMP PAKAGE ASS’Y FOR SKD
510EBR51676302 PCB Assembly CONTROL T.T LA80A 37LG700H-UA AUSQLHX Key Contro
521ABA35569918 Bracket Assembly BRACKET 32LG30DC-UA LA89A DVDP SIDE AV BRACKET A
521MGJ40651702 Plate,Shield PRESS SPTE 0.3T SHIELD SPTE SIDE AV for SKD
530EAY40505202 SMPS,AC/DC 08H-4247 90VTO264V 300W 50~60Hz UL/CSA/SEMKO Yuy
540AGF72803801 Package Assembly MAIN 42LG700H
550EAM36140904 Filter,AC Line IF-N06AEWL5 1.3mH 250VAC 6A 0.1uF 1000pF 250/130
570AGF72842201 Package Assembly SUB 42LG700H MPI Vertical package Ass’y
822MAZ40315702 Bracket MOLD ABS BRACKET 42LG50 - ABS , SIDE AV_CHICAGO
900AAN34784107 Base Assembly STAND 42LG7DC-UA LA80A STAND BASE ASSY, SEMI A
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT
POWER SUPPLY
To Main
F100
6.3A/250V
AC IN
Hot Ground - Shock Hazard
Not used
P201
AC IN
F101
3.15A/250V
335V
P204
To Ballast
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POWER SUPPLY
Main “Digital”
Under Shield
LVDS
Cables
Side
Controls
Backlight
Connection
To Right Side
T-CON Under Shield
Backlight
Connection
To Left Side
Ballast
Under
Shield
Side Inputs
Front Control
AC Input
RF
Input
Tweeter
Woofer Woofer
Tweeter
Rear Inputs
T-CON p/n EAT56803001 BALLAST p/n EAY56798701
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PSU CONTROLS FROM MAIN MICRO
VBR-B (PWM Dimming) Manipulates the Backlight
Brightness via Customer’s OSD.
Manipulates the Backlight Brightness via the BCM Chip
.
Darker Picture, Darker Backlights to facilitate improved
Contrast Ratio. 0.9V ~ 3.2V Range
R859
C826
10uF
BCMPWM_
VBR-B
R860
6.8K
INV ON/OFF
RL ON
0
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R831
0
C844
0.1uF
C847
0.1uF
R838
0
R7028
22
AC DET
R832
C846
100uF
16V
SBY5V
12V
C820
0.1uF
C813
10uF
C851
100uF
C852
0.1uF
C897
0.1uF
C807
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0.1uF
C878
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P800
0
16V
16V
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
12V
12V
5V
5V
5V
5V
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
3.3V
4.57V
3.29V
3.38V
0V
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R458
R457
5.8K
5V MNT
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IC407
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P4.2/AD2
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ERROR
AC DET
PWR
STV
VBR-A
VBR-B
P201
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BR1
n/c
ACD
INV
PWM-DIM
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J34
IC100
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GPI0_28
R112
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GPI0_27
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TROUBLESHOOTING
POWER SUPPLY TROUBLESHOOTING
Ac voltage is supplied to the Power Supply at connector SC100. AC Detect is generated
and should be present at connector P201 pin 8 (5V). The AC input also generates a
Hot Ground primary power supply that runs in two states, Stand-By (156V) and Run
(386V) measured at Fuse F101. This primary voltage develops all other voltages that are
output from the power supply. During Stand-By, the 5 Volt Standby should be present at
connector P201, Pins 9,10,11, or 12. If Missing remove AC Power and unplug connector
P201, apply AC Power and recheck for presence of both 5 Volt Standby and AC Detect.
Loss of either 5 Volt Standby or AC Detect would be a Power Supply Failure. Presence
of 5 Volt Standby and AC Detect would be an indication of a failure on the Main board.
Suspect a possible short circuit loading the supply.
Note: Remember to observe the Front Power Indicating LED. A lit LED indicates the Stand-By
5V voltage is present.
The Main board sends two commands to the Power Supply board one being PWR the
other is INV ON. These two voltages are used to control the power on turn on sequence.
First via PWR (Pin 19) also known as RL ON activates the 24Volt to the Inverter and the
16 Volt and 12 Volt lines to the Main board. The 2nd command is INV ON. It passes
through the Power Supply to the Inverter board as a Lamp Lighting Command Signal.
If either command voltage (PWR or INV ON) is missing it will result in a no picture symptom.
These voltages can easily be checked with the volt meter! Remove AC Power, unplug
connector P204, reapply AC Power and press the ON-OFF Button on either the Remote
Control or Power Button on the Unit. Watch for the Power ON LED to change color from
red to blue. This is an indication the PWR Signal was created on the the Main board.
Check P800 or P201 pin 19 for the PWR command (2.8V) to the Power Supply.
Check P201 for 16V (Pins 1 or 2) and 12V (Pins 5 or 6). Check P204 Pins 1,2,3,4, or
5 for the presence of the 24 Volt Supply. Confirm Pin 12 of P204 went to 3.3V. This is
the INV ON signal needed to light the Lamps.
Problems with either voltage can be easily solved by following the simple steps on the
next page.
POWER SUPPLY TEST
1) To test everything but the backlights. Disconnect the P2 connector from the Main
board. AC Should not be applied at any time while adding resistors and/or jumpers
or while unplugging connectors as damage to the circuit board may occur.
a) The SMPS board must be producing STBY 5V on either pin 9, 10, 11 or 12 (5V).
b) The SMPS board must be generating ACD (AC Detect).
If the conditions (a) or (b) above are not met, the SMPS board is defective and must be
replaced. There is no need to continue with the test.
c) Unplug P201 or P800 and P204 to the inverter.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TEST 1:
2) Add a 10K resistor between (5V STBY) pin 9, 10, 11, or 12
and Pin 19 (PWR). Apply AC. This will turn on the power
supply.
a) Check that the 16V and 12V power supplies are turned
on, P201 (12V pins 1 and 2) (16V pins 5 and 6).
b) Check that the 24V on P204 pins 1-5 (Inverter Voltage)
is turned on.
3) Remove AC power. Reinsert the plug P204 to the
inverter.
BACKLIGHT TEST
P2 connector disconnected from the Main board. Apply AC
after adding jumper. Only continue if the PSU test above was
successful. Leave the original jumper in place and perform the
following.
4) Jump Pin 20 (INV On/Off) to Pin 19 (board).
5) Apply AC Power and observe the Backlights.
a) If normal, the backlights should turn on.
b) If only half of the backlights light, (Right side or
Left Side), confirm connectors are OK. If yes,
panel defective.
c) If no backlight activity, reconfirm the 24V is being
generated and output on P204 connector Pin
1-5. If not, unplug P204 and recheck. If not SMPS
is defective. If yes, Inverter is loading down the
24V line.
d) Confirm that the INV On/Off line Pin 12 is going
to 3V.
Pin 11 and 12 on P204 or Pin 12 and 13 on P201
(ADIM/PDIM) must be above 1V or the backlights will
be extremely dim. This is controlled by the Customer’s
OSD settings. 0% (0.9V) to 100% (3.3V). Manipulated
by the BCM Chip (Video Processor).
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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR P201
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR P204 AND SC100
0V 0V 0V SEL 23
0V 1.7V 0V
1
ADIM 21
1.6V 2.8V 0V PWR 19
0V 0V 0V ERR 17
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 13
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 11
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
1.6V 12.3V 0V 12V 5
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3
0.49V 16.2V 0V 16V 1
Diode
Check
R un S TBY Label Pin
P20 1 Odd "S MPS " to P8 0 0 "Main"
0V 0V 0V SEL 23
0V 1.7V 0V
1
ADIM 21
1.6V 2.8V 0V PWR 19
0V 0V 0V ERR 17
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 13
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 11
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
1.6V 12.3V 0V 12V 5
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3
0.49V 16.2V 0V 16V 1
Diode
Check
R un S TBY Label Pin
P20 1 Odd "S MPS " to P8 0 0 "Main"
1
ADIM Pin 21 Fixed and not used
0V 0V 0V SYNC 24
0V 1.4V 0V
2
PDIM 22
0V 3.2V 0V INV 20
2.1V 5V 5V ACD 18
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 16
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 14
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 12
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
1.6V 12.3V 0V 12V 6
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4
0.49V 16.2V 0V 16V 2
Diode
Check
R un S TBY Label Pin
P20 1 Even "S MPS " to P8 0 0 "Main"
0V 0V 0V SYNC 24
0V 1.4V 0V
2
PDIM 22
0V 3.2V 0V INV 20
2.1V 5V 5V ACD 18
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 16
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 14
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 12
1.27V 5.1V 5.1V 5V 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
1.6V 12.3V 0V 12V 6
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4
0.49V 16.2V 0V 16V 2
Diode
Check
R un S TBY Label Pin
P20 1 Even "S MPS " to P8 0 0 "Main"
2
PDIM Pin 22 can vary according to type of signal
being processed, OSD Backlight setting. 0.9V 0%
to 3.3V 100% and the Intelligent Sensor. Output
from the BCM chip.
Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed
Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed
OL 1.4V 0V *PWM-DIM 13
OL 3.2V 0V On/Off 12
OL 1.7V 0V *BR1 11
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 6
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 5
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 4
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 3
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 2
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
P20 4 MCN1 "S MPS " to MCN1 "BALLAS T"
OL 1.4V 0V *PWM-DIM 13
OL 3.2V 0V On/Off 12
OL 1.7V 0V *BR1 11
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 6
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 5
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 4
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 3
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 2
0.72V 24V 0V 24V 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
P20 4 MCN1 "S MPS " to MCN1 "BALLAS T"
READING FROM PIN 1 TO PIN 2 for STBY
and RUN voltages.
OL N 2
OL
120Vac
L 1
Diode Check Run STBY Label Pin
S C10 0 "S MPS " to AC IN
READING FROM PIN 1 TO PIN 2 for STBY
and RUN voltages.
OL N 2
OL
120Vac
L 1
Diode Check Run STBY Label Pin
S C10 0 "S MPS " to AC IN
1
BR1 (ADIM Pin 21) Fixed and not used
2
PWM-DIM (PDIM Pin 22) can vary according to type of
signal being processed, OSD Backlight setting. 0.9V 0%
to 3.3V 100% and the Intelligent Sensor. Output from
the BCM chip.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
BACKLIGHT TROUBLESHOOTING
This TV uses EEFLs (External Electrode Fluorescent Lamps) for the backlight.
Ballast
To Backlights
Over 1.2KV
Currently, number of lamps “Unknown”
To Backlights
Over 1.2KV
CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) EEFL (External Electrode Fluorescent Lamp)
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Easier manufacturing process
and assembly structure
Large number of lamps
driven by a single inverter
EEFL
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TROUBLESHOOTING
For CCFL, Hg gas is consumed mainly near the internal electrode. For EEFL, longer life
time is expected because there is no internal electrode consuming Hg gas Inverter.
Electrode Glass Bead
Kov
Lead
: Hg
: electron
EEFL (External Electrode Fluorescent Lamp)
External electrode
Phosphor
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INVERTER
The inverter part number is EAY56798701.
FS1
Protects 24V
15A/65V
MCN1
To Power Supply
To Backlights
Left Side
To Backlights
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TROUBLESHOOTING
INVERTER TRANSFORMER CHECK
Any transformer primary side waveform check.
TOP
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T2 T1
Caution: Over 1.2kV
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
5V p/p 5us p/div 1V p/div
4.3V p/p 5us p/div 1V p/div
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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BACKLIGHT DRIVE SIGNAL EFFECTS
Waveform taken from either of the two pins 1 or 6 of the Inverter Transformer on the
Primary Side. Slow scope setting to 2.5mS to see PWM results. The PWM amount can
cause the frequency to be measured differently.
VBR-B - PWMDIM manipulates the Burst Triangle Oscillator in the inverter drive IC.
VBR-A - BR1 (ADIM) also manipulates the Burst Triangle Oscillator but it is not
used.
44Khz
80% on Backlight Bar In Customer’s OSD
(3.0V PDIM Pin 13 MCN1)
2.7mSec
3.1mSec
50% on Backlight Bar In Customer’s OSD
(2.0V PDIM Pin 13 MCN1)
20% on Backlight Bar In Customer’s OSD (1.22V PDIM Pin 13
MCN1)
5.9mS
5.2mS
6.3mS
1.9mSec
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INVERTER BOTTOM INSULATION PADS
The pads on the inverter are called Chocolate and are used for RF noise damping and heat
transfer. You must save these when replacing the inverter. There is a white box outlined
on the board silk screen indicating where the Chocolate goes.
INVERTER TOP INSULATION PADS
Make sure to save the noise insulation/heat transfer pads (Chocolate) when replacing
the inverter. Verify the pads are in the correct locations before replacing the shield.
Insulates and Heat
Transfer for T1 and T2
Insulates and Heat
Transfer for T3 and T4
Insulates and Heat
Transfer for
Q7, Q8, Q9 and Q10
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10
T1 T2
T3 T4
BALLAST
SHIELD
MCN1
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INVERTER CONNECTOR MCN1
Diode mode values taken with all connectors removed.
1
VBR - A Pin 11 Fixed and not used
OL 0V 0V ER R OR - OUT 14
OL 1.4V 0V
2
VBR _B 13
OL 3.2V 0V On/ Off 12
OL 1.7V 0V
1
VBR _A 11
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd_1 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 6
OL 24V 0V VIN 5
OL 24V 0V VIN 4
OL 24V 0V VIN 3
OL 24V 0V VIN 2
OL 24V 0V VIN 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
MCN1 "Ballast" to P20 4 "S MPS "
OL 0V 0V ER R OR - OUT 14
OL 1.4V 0V
2
VBR _B 13
OL 3.2V 0V On/ Off 12
OL 1.7V 0V
1
VBR _A 11
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd_1 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 6
OL 24V 0V VIN 5
OL 24V 0V VIN 4
OL 24V 0V VIN 3
OL 24V 0V VIN 2
OL 24V 0V VIN 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
MCN1 "Ballast" to P20 4 "S MPS "
2
VBR - B Pin 13 can vary according to type of signal being processed, OSD Backlight setting.
0.9V 0% to 3.3V 100% and the Intelligent Sensor. Output from the BCM chip.
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LCD CONTROLLER (T-CON) TROUBLESHOOTING
The T-Con IC UC1 receives from the Main board at CN1 and CN2 Quadruple 12 Bit
LVDS signals which it processes into LCD Drive signals which through connectors CN4
and CN5 control the LCD Panel. IC’s U15 and U16 are Dynamic Ram IC’s which are high
speed storage devices used to store the data until it is time to be addressed. 12V is
supplied to the T-Con board on connector CN1 from the Main board (easily measured
at fuse F1). Diode LD1 is a boot up indicator and is helpful in troubleshooting as a quick
indication of a loss of supply and or a boot up problem.
LCD CONTROLLER (T-CON)
With the shield.
T CON IC TL22970D
LG Philips LCD Drive IC
UC1
U
1
5
U
1
6
F1
Two LVDS feeds from Main board
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Without the shield. Remember to replace screws for ground purposes if turning on the
set is required. The part number of the T-Con board EAT56803001.
U15
U16
US1
F1
CN5 CN4
CN1 CN2
UC1
To the Control Board
To LCD Panel To LCD Panel
LD1
T-CON BOARD CHECKS
Use LD1 to determine if the boot up sequence of the T-Con is OK. If all is OK, this LED
will turn bright Blue shortly after power is applied then go out shortly after the backlights
illuminate
T-CON PWB
0V
3.2V
1.8V
US1
LD1
Use LD1 to determine if
The boot up sequence of
The T-CON is OK.
This LED will turn bright Blue
Shortly after power is applied
then go out shortly after
backlights illuminate if all is OK.
Check the Regulator
US1 for Correct Voltage
Check Fuse
F1 for 12V
F1
CN1
LCD Driver LED Status
Power Off Power 1st On Power On
Anode 0V Anode 11.6V Anode 11.6V
Cathode 0V Cathode 0V Cathode 9.5V
LED OFF LED ON LED OFF
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MAIN BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING
IC1000 MICRONAS IC
The Broadcom or BCM Chip IC1000 is the main signal processor and is responsible for
the following.
INPUT SIGNAL PROCESSING
ATSC, NTSC, and QAM reception and processing •
RS-232 service only Port (software upgrades and home theater environment). •
Wired Remote Port •
(2) Component Inputs Y, Pr, Pb and Audio L/R •
(3) HDMI Inputs (back) (1) HDMI (Side Input) •
RGB PC •
USB (Side Input) (software upgrades using flash drive) •
AV Composite •
SIF and SAP •
OUTPUT SIGNALS
Quadruple 12 Bit LVDS to the T-Con board •
Audio output signals to the Speakers •
Digital Audio Output Coaxial and Optical •
ON OFF Controls to the SMPS turning on low voltage generation and •
Backlights
Backlight intensity control signals •
The Main board contains the MICRONAS chip IC1000. This IC is a Full-HD Rate Converter
with Motion Blur Removal and Film De-Juddering for 1080p 100/120 Hz LCD panels.
Vector Based Motion Compensation with Frame Rate Conversion (eliminates the need for
3:2 Pull Down). Internal Dual 10 bit LVDS input and Quadruple 12 bit LVDS output.
Juddering is a phenomenon which appears on film based programming due to the 24
frames per second system used for recording, the picture develops visual artifacts when
converted to 60 frames per second. 3:2 Pull Down was developed to eliminate this problem.
Frame Rate Conversion (Real Cinema) eliminates the need for 3:2 Pull Down.
Motion Blur Removal increases the video frames by Interpolating a new image frame
between each original frame (Motion Estimated Data Insertion) MEDI.
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A A A A A B B B B B C C C C C 5:5
Real Cinema
(120Hz)
Conventional
(60Hz)
Scene A Scene B Scene C
A B C
A A A B B C C C
24P
(Film)
1/24[sec]
Judder
1/60[sec]
1/120[sec]
Time
An irregular sequence of
frames in a movie or video
image
Judder
Conventional (60Hz)
True Motion (120Hz)
Conventional
TRUMOTION
REAL CINEMA
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MAIN BOARD LAYOUT
If odd video problems are found, use some freeze spray around IC100/IC1000 and its
circuits, If video returns to normal, board needs to be replaced. Video processor BCM
IC100 and Micronas IC1000 run hot, this is normal.
Note: Behind the BCM and Micronas Chip is a piece of Chocolate (Heat Transfer Material).
If replaced, be sure to transfer to new the board.
1
16
LD803 3.3V-BCM
OK when Green
P800
P404
P1000 P1001
P501
X400
P1000
Macronas
P100
Broadcom
I407
uP
X200
X1000
USB
Tuner
To SMPS
To Front
Assembly
Both P1000 and P1001 to T-COM PWB
For
Software
Upgrade
via Jig
To
Speakers
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MAIN BOARD UNDERSIDE
For voltages, refer to the Interconnect Diagram in the schematics section.
X200
IC1005
Pin 1
Pin 16
IC1007
IC1006
IC810
IC809
IC807
IC802
IC404
BCM Reset
Q804
Q804
IC805
IC406
IC701
IC408
IC702
IC403
IC602
IC400
IC401
IC1003 IC1004
P800
P1000 P1001
TUNER
REAR INPUT JACKS
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P501
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MAIN FRONT SIDE REGULATORS
Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 5
n/c n/c n/c Pin 4
Gnd 0V 0V E Output 5V 0V Pin 3
On low/Off hi 0V 0V C On/Off Power-CTL 3.3V 3.3V 0V Pin 2
LVDS-Panel-Control 0.7V 0V B Input 9V 0V Pin 1
Turns on Q900 LVDS Switch Function: 5V-TU Regulator Function:
Label RUN STBY Q901 Label RUN STBY IC812
Output LVDS 12V 12V 0V Pins 5-8 Output 9V 0V Pins 3
On/Off 6V 0V Pins 2,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2
Input 12V 0V Pins 1,3 Input 12V 0V Pins 1
LVDS Switch Function: 9V Regulator Also source for IC812 Function:
Label RUN STBY Q900 RUN STBY IC803
Gnd Gnd Gnd E Hi then Lo to Q400 0V 0V Pins 3
Hi-Lo to IC407 pin 4 0V 0V C Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2
Input from IC405 0.59V 0.59V B Input 3.3VST-Micom 3.3V 0V Pins 1
Reset to Micro Function: Micro Reset control Function:
Label RUN STBY Q400 Label RUN STBY IC405
Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 5
n/c n/c n/c Pin 4
Gnd 0V 0V E Output 5V 0V Pin 3
On low/Off hi 0V 0V C On/Off Power-CTL 3.3V 3.3V 0V Pin 2
LVDS-Panel-Control 0.7V 0V B Input 9V 0V Pin 1
Turns on Q900 LVDS Switch Function: 5V-TU Regulator Function:
Label RUN STBY Q901 Label RUN STBY IC812
Output LVDS 12V 12V 0V Pins 5-8 Output 9V 0V Pins 3
On/Off 6V 0V Pins 2,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2
Input 12V 0V Pins 1,3 Input 12V 0V Pins 1
LVDS Switch Function: 9V Regulator Also source for IC812 Function:
Label RUN STBY Q900 RUN STBY IC803
Gnd Gnd Gnd E Hi then Lo to Q400 0V 0V Pins 3
Hi-Lo to IC407 pin 4 0V 0V C Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2
Input from IC405 0.59V 0.59V B Input 3.3VST-Micom 3.3V 0V Pins 1
Reset to Micro Function: Micro Reset control Function:
Label RUN STBY Q400 Label RUN STBY IC405
MAIN BACK SIDE REGULATORS - SIDE 1
3.3VST-Micom 3.3V 3.3V Pin 8
Write Protect Gnd Gnd Pin 7
SCL 3.3V 3.3V Pin 6 Pins 8,9,10,11,12,13 not used
4.8V 0V Pin 8 SDA 3.3V 3.3V Pin 5 B+ for IC +3.3V 3.3V 0V Pin 14
0V 0V Pin 7 Pull Up 3.3V 3.3V Pins 3 0V 0V Pin 2,3,5
5V 0V Pin 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 7
5V 0V Pin 5 Micro EEPROM Function: BCM Reset 3.3V 0V Pin 6
0V 0V Pin 4 RUN STBY IC406 Input Reset 3.3V 0V Pin 1
0V 0V Pin 3 Input ST-5V 5V 5V Pins 3 BCM Reset Smitt Trigger Function:
0V 0V Pin 2 Output 3.3VST-MICON 3.3V 3.3V Pins 2 Label RUN STBY IC401
0V 0V Pin 1 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1 Hi then Lo to IC401 0V 0V Pins 3
RUN STBY IC602 3.3VST-MICON Regulator Function: Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2
ST-5V 5V Pin 16 RUN STBY IC404 Input D3.3V-BCM 3.3V 0V Pins 1
5V 5V Pin 15 Output +5V 5V 0V Pins 5-8 BCM Reset Generator Drives IC401 Function:
0V 0V Pin 14 On/Off by Q803 0.3V 0V Pins 2,4 Label RUN STBY IC400
3.4V 0V Pin 13 Input ST-5V 5V 0V Pins 1,3 Vcc+5V 5V 0V Pin 8
0.16V 0V Pin 12 +5V Switch Function: Write Protect 0V 0V Pin 7
4.78V 0V Pin 10,11 Label RUN STBY Q804 SCL 3.78V 0V Pin 6
Gnd Gnd Pin 6,8,9 Gnd Gnd Gnd E SDA 3.78V 0V Pin 5
n/c n/c Pin 3,4,5,7 Output turns on Q804 0.02V 5V C Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 3,4
0.1V 5V Pin 2 Input RL-ON 0.72V 0V B Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2
5V 5V Pin 1 Controls Q804 +5V Switch Function: EEPROM for HDMI HDCP Key Function:
RUN STBY IC408 Label RUN STBY Q803 Label RUN STBY IC102
3.3VST-Micom 3.3V 3.3V Pin 8
Write Protect Gnd Gnd Pin 7
SCL 3.3V 3.3V Pin 6 Pins 8,9,10,11,12,13 not used
4.8V 0V Pin 8 SDA 3.3V 3.3V Pin 5 B+ for IC +3.3V 3.3V 0V Pin 14
0V 0V Pin 7 Pull Up 3.3V 3.3V Pins 3 0V 0V Pin 2,3,5
5V 0V Pin 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 7
5V 0V Pin 5 Micro EEPROM Function: BCM Reset 3.3V 0V Pin 6
0V 0V Pin 4 RUN STBY IC406 Input Reset 3.3V 0V Pin 1
0V 0V Pin 3 Input ST-5V 5V 5V Pins 3 BCM Reset Smitt Trigger Function:
0V 0V Pin 2 Output 3.3VST-MICON 3.3V 3.3V Pins 2 Label RUN STBY IC401
0V 0V Pin 1 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1 Hi then Lo to IC401 0V 0V Pins 3
RUN STBY IC602 3.3VST-MICON Regulator Function: Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2
ST-5V 5V Pin 16 RUN STBY IC404 Input D3.3V-BCM 3.3V 0V Pins 1
5V 5V Pin 15 Output +5V 5V 0V Pins 5-8 BCM Reset Generator Drives IC401 Function:
0V 0V Pin 14 On/Off by Q803 0.3V 0V Pins 2,4 Label RUN STBY IC400
3.4V 0V Pin 13 Input ST-5V 5V 0V Pins 1,3 Vcc+5V 5V 0V Pin 8
0.16V 0V Pin 12 +5V Switch Function: Write Protect 0V 0V Pin 7
4.78V 0V Pin 10,11 Label RUN STBY Q804 SCL 3.78V 0V Pin 6
Gnd Gnd Pin 6,8,9 Gnd Gnd Gnd E SDA 3.78V 0V Pin 5
n/c n/c Pin 3,4,5,7 Output turns on Q804 0.02V 5V C Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 3,4
0.1V 5V Pin 2 Input RL-ON 0.72V 0V B Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2
5V 5V Pin 1 Controls Q804 +5V Switch Function: EEPROM for HDMI HDCP Key Function:
RUN STBY IC408 Label RUN STBY Q803 Label RUN STBY IC102
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MAIN BACK SIDE REGULATORS - SIDE 2
Vcc+5V 4.73V 0V Pin 8
Write Protect 5V 0V Pin 7
SCL 4.7V 0V Pin 6
1.3V 0V Pin 8 Output 5V Gnd Pin 5 SDA 5V 0V Pin 5
12V 0V Pin 7 ADJ 3.3V n/c Pin 4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 3,4
0V 0V Pin 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2
0V 0V Pin 5 On/Off Power-CTL 2.6V 1.2V 0V Pin 2 EEPROM for HDMI Function:
1.24V 0V Pin 4 Input 2.5V 0V Pin 1 RUN STBY IC701
0V 0.7V Pin 3 D2.6V Regulator Function: Input 5V 0V Pins 3
0V 0.78V Pin 2 Label RUN STBY IC810 Output 3.3V 0V Pins 2
10V 0V Pin 1 ADJ 3.3V 0V Pin 5 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1
RUN STBY IC1004 Output 3.4V 0V Pin 4 3.3V Regulator Function:
Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 3 Label RUN STBY IC802
3.4V 0V Pin 8 Input 5V 0V Pin 2
12V 0V Pin 7 On/Off Power-CTL 1.2V 0V Pin 1 Vcc+5V 5V 0V Pin 8
0V 0V Pin 6 D3.3V Regulator Also Drives LD803 Function: Write Protect 0V 0V Pin 7
3.3V 3.3V Pin 5 Label RUN STBY IC809 SCL 3.4V 0V Pin 6
1.24V 0V Pin 4 Input 3.3V 0V Pins 3 SDA 3.4V 0V Pin 5
0V 0.6V Pin 3 Output 1.8V 0V Pins 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 4
0V 0.68V Pin 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1 Pull Up 4.9V 0V Pins 1,2,3
13V 0V Pin 1 1.8V-NTP Regulator Function: NV RAM-OLD Function:
RUN STBY IC1003 Label RUN STBY IC807 Label RUN STBY IC403
Vcc+5V 4.73V 0V Pin 8
Write Protect 5V 0V Pin 7
SCL 4.7V 0V Pin 6
1.3V 0V Pin 8 Output 5V Gnd Pin 5 SDA 5V 0V Pin 5
12V 0V Pin 7 ADJ 3.3V n/c Pin 4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 3,4
0V 0V Pin 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2
0V 0V Pin 5 On/Off Power-CTL 2.6V 1.2V 0V Pin 2 EEPROM for HDMI Function:
1.24V 0V Pin 4 Input 2.5V 0V Pin 1 RUN STBY IC701
0V 0.7V Pin 3 D2.6V Regulator Function: Input 5V 0V Pins 3
0V 0.78V Pin 2 Label RUN STBY IC810 Output 3.3V 0V Pins 2
10V 0V Pin 1 ADJ 3.3V 0V Pin 5 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1
RUN STBY IC1004 Output 3.4V 0V Pin 4 3.3V Regulator Function:
Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 3 Label RUN STBY IC802
3.4V 0V Pin 8 Input 5V 0V Pin 2
12V 0V Pin 7 On/Off Power-CTL 1.2V 0V Pin 1 Vcc+5V 5V 0V Pin 8
0V 0V Pin 6 D3.3V Regulator Also Drives LD803 Function: Write Protect 0V 0V Pin 7
3.3V 3.3V Pin 5 Label RUN STBY IC809 SCL 3.4V 0V Pin 6
1.24V 0V Pin 4 Input 3.3V 0V Pins 3 SDA 3.4V 0V Pin 5
0V 0.6V Pin 3 Output 1.8V 0V Pins 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 4
0V 0.68V Pin 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1 Pull Up 4.9V 0V Pins 1,2,3
13V 0V Pin 1 1.8V-NTP Regulator Function: NV RAM-OLD Function:
RUN STBY IC1003 Label RUN STBY IC807 Label RUN STBY IC403
2.5V 0V Pin 5 Gnd 0V 0V Pin 8
0V 0V Pin 4 COMP 1V 0V Pin 7
0V 0V Pin 3 FB 1.2V 0V Pin 6
3.3V 0V Pin 2 On/Off Power-CTL 3.3V 0V Pin 5
3.3V 0V Pin 1 Gnd 0V 0V Pin 4
RUN STBY IC1007 Output 1.2V 0V Pin 3
0V 0V Pin 5 Input 5V 0V Pin 2
1.8V 0V Pin 4 RST 6V 0V Pin 1
0V 0V Pin 3 D1.2V-BCM Regulator Function:
3.3V 0V Pin 2 Label RUN STBY IC805
3.3V 0V Pin 1 Vcc+5V 5V 0V Pin 8
RUN STBY IC1006 Write Protect 0.13V 0V Pin 7
1.2V 0V Pin 5 SCL 0.13V 5V Pin 6
1.4V 0V Pin 4 SDA 0.15V 0V Pin 5
0V 0V Pin 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 3,4
3.4V 0V Pin 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2
0V 0V Pin 1 EEPROM for RS232 Function:
RUN STBY IC1005 Label RUN STBY IC702
2.5V 0V Pin 5 Gnd 0V 0V Pin 8
0V 0V Pin 4 COMP 1V 0V Pin 7
0V 0V Pin 3 FB 1.2V 0V Pin 6
3.3V 0V Pin 2 On/Off Power-CTL 3.3V 0V Pin 5
3.3V 0V Pin 1 Gnd 0V 0V Pin 4
RUN STBY IC1007 Output 1.2V 0V Pin 3
0V 0V Pin 5 Input 5V 0V Pin 2
1.8V 0V Pin 4 RST 6V 0V Pin 1
0V 0V Pin 3 D1.2V-BCM Regulator Function:
3.3V 0V Pin 2 Label RUN STBY IC805
3.3V 0V Pin 1 Vcc+5V 5V 0V Pin 8
RUN STBY IC1006 Write Protect 0.13V 0V Pin 7
1.2V 0V Pin 5 SCL 0.13V 5V Pin 6
1.4V 0V Pin 4 SDA 0.15V 0V Pin 5
0V 0V Pin 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 3,4
3.4V 0V Pin 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2
0V 0V Pin 1 EEPROM for RS232 Function:
RUN STBY IC1005 Label RUN STBY IC702
MAIN BACK SIDE REGULATORS - SIDE 3
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Use LD803 as a visual aid. This lets you know if the +5V is being converted to 3.3V for
the BCM chip IC100. If LD803 is illuminated, +3.3V is ok. Only half of the dual LED is
used.
MAIN BOARD X400, X200, AND X1000 CHECK
X200 Location
X400 Location
2.4Vp/p
24Mhz
Set on or off
X400
Microprocessor Crystal
780mVp/p 54Mhz
Only when set is on
Use bottom
of L206
X200
Video Processor
(BCM) Crystal
X1000 Location
MAIN PWB
1Vp/p
20Mhz
X1000
Micronas Crystal
Only when set is on
MAIN PWB
Main PWB
LD803 Location
LD803
Use LD803 as a visual aid.
This lets you know if the +5V is being
converted to 3.3V for the BCM chip IC100.
If LD803 is illuminated GREEN, +3.3V is OK.
Note: Only ½of the dual LED is used.
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8
4
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5
7
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LD803 CIRCUIT
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MAIN BOARD TUNER CHECK
For easy access, pop the shield off the tuner. If you leave the shield on you can still access
the same pins, but be careful not to accidentally ground out your test lead on the shield.
Note: This is a picture from a different model, but the concept is the same.
Pin 14 Audio SIF
Pin 16 Composite Video
Pin 14 Pin 16
Pin 3 Tuner B+ (5V)
Pin 1
Pin 16
Video Signal
Pin 14
SIF Signal
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TDVF-H051F
EBL37676801
NC_1
RF-AGC
+B (5V)
VTU
NC_2
GND
SDA
SCL
AS
DIGITAL_IF1
DIGITAL_IF2
IC_AGC
AUDIO_OUT
SIF
IF_AS
VIDEO_OUT
Shield
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
850mVp/p 20nSec rate
1Vp/p 20uSec rate
Test the waveforms while using an SMTE color bar signal as the input.
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MAIN BOARD LVDS P1000 CHECK
To confirm that the Main board is outputting Picture Content signals, check P1000
(LVDS) cable for output. Check pins 11-22 and 27-38. The signals vary from each other,
but looking for signals like the ones shown below on any of these pins will confirm the
output of video content. This signal is using standard SMTE Color Bar output from a
generator as the input source.
Below is just a sample of two pins on the LVDS. There are 24 pins on P1000 carrying
video.
Main PWB
LD803 Location
P1000
Location
Pin 11
Pin 16
2us
500us
2us
500us
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MAIN BOARD LVDS P1001 CHECK
To confirm that the Main board is outputting Picture Content signals, check P1001
(LVDS) cable for output. Check pins 1-12 and 15-26. The signals vary from each other,
but looking for signals like the ones shown below on any of these pins will confirm the
output of video content. This signal is using standard SMTE Color Bar output from a
generator as the input source.
MAIN PWB
P1001
Location
Pin 1
Pin 15
2us
500us
2us
500us
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MAIN BOARD P800
Diode Mode values were taken with all connectors removed.
Pin 21 PWM- VBR A (ADIM) Is Fixed and is not used
OL 0V 0V n/c 23
OL 1.7V 0V *PWM-VBRA 21
1V 2.8V 0V RL-ON 19
2.86V 0V 0V 5V-MNT 17
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 13
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 11
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
3.1V 12.3V 0V 12V 5
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3
OL 16V 0V 16V 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
P8 0 0 "Main" Odd Pins to P20 1 "S MPS "
OL 0V 0V n/c 23
OL 1.7V 0V *PWM-VBRA 21
1V 2.8V 0V RL-ON 19
2.86V 0V 0V 5V-MNT 17
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 13
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 11
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 9
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7
3.1V 12.3V 0V 12V 5
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3
OL 16V 0V 16V 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
P8 0 0 "Main" Odd Pins to P20 1 "S MPS "
OL 0V 0V n/c 24
OL 1.4V 0V PWM-VBRB 22
1.89V 3.2V 0V INV On/Off 20
OL 5V 5V AC-Det 18
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 16
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 14
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 12
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
3.1V 12.3V 0V 12V 6
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4
OL 16V 0V 16V 2
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
P8 0 0 "Main" Even Pins to P20 1 "S MPS "
OL 0V 0V n/c 24
OL 1.4V 0V PWM-VBRB 22
1.89V 3.2V 0V INV On/Off 20
OL 5V 5V AC-Det 18
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 16
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 14
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 12
1.48V 5.1V ST-5V ST-5V 10
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8
3.1V 12.3V 0V 12V 6
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4
OL 16V 0V 16V 2
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
P8 0 0 "Main" Even Pins to P20 1 "S MPS "
Pin 22 PWM- VBR B (VBR-B) can vary according to type of signal being
processed, OSD Backlight setting. (0.9V 0% to 3.3V 100%) and the Intelligent
Sensor.
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MAIN BOARD P1000
Diode Mode values were taken with all connectors removed.
Video S ignal Pins
Video S ignal Pins
S witched LVDS 12V
Gnd
OL 3.3V 0V 39
1.2V 1.4V 0V 37
1.2V 1.4V 0V 35
1.2V 1.2V 0V 33
1.2V 1.3V 0V 31
1.2V 1.4V 0V 29
1.2V 1.4V 0V 27
0.66V 3.3V 0.5V 25
OL 0V 0V 23
1.27V 1.14V 0V 21
1.27V 1.14V 0V 19
1.27V 1.13V 0V 17
1.27V 1.14V 0V 15
1.27V 1.14V 0V 13
1.27V 1.14V 0V 11
OL 3.3V 0.47V 9
Gnd 0V 0V 7
Gnd 0V 0V 5
OL 12.2V 0V 3
OL 12.2V 0V 1
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 0 "Main" Odd Pins to CN1 "T- CON"
OL 3.3V 0V 39
1.2V 1.4V 0V 37
1.2V 1.4V 0V 35
1.2V 1.2V 0V 33
1.2V 1.3V 0V 31
1.2V 1.4V 0V 29
1.2V 1.4V 0V 27
0.66V 3.3V 0.5V 25
OL 0V 0V 23
1.27V 1.14V 0V 21
1.27V 1.14V 0V 19
1.27V 1.13V 0V 17
1.27V 1.14V 0V 15
1.27V 1.14V 0V 13
1.27V 1.14V 0V 11
OL 3.3V 0.47V 9
Gnd 0V 0V 7
Gnd 0V 0V 5
OL 12.2V 0V 3
OL 12.2V 0V 1
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 0 "Main" Odd Pins to CN1 "T- CON"
AFLC- EN
LVDS - S EL
n/c
Gnd
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Video S ignal Pins
Video S ignal Pins
S witched LVDS 12V
Gnd
AFLC- EN
LVDS - S EL
n/c
Gnd
Gnd 0V 0V 40
1.2V 1.1V 0V 38
1.2V 1.1V 0V 36
1.2V 1.2V 0V 34
1.2V 1.1V 0V 32
1.2V 1.1V 0V 30
1.2V 1.2V 0V 28
OL 0V 0V 26
OL 0V 0V 24
1.27V 1.2V 0V 22
1.27V 1.2V 0V 20
1.27V 1.3V 0V 18
1.27V 1.2V 0V 16
1.27V 1.1V 0V 14
1.27V 1.1V 0V 12
OL 3.1V 0V 10
OL 0V 0V 8
Gnd 0V 0V 6
OL 12.2V 0V 4
OL 12.2V 0V 2
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 0 "Main" Even Pins to CN1 "T- CON"
Gnd 0V 0V 40
1.2V 1.1V 0V 38
1.2V 1.1V 0V 36
1.2V 1.2V 0V 34
1.2V 1.1V 0V 32
1.2V 1.1V 0V 30
1.2V 1.2V 0V 28
OL 0V 0V 26
OL 0V 0V 24
1.27V 1.2V 0V 22
1.27V 1.2V 0V 20
1.27V 1.3V 0V 18
1.27V 1.2V 0V 16
1.27V 1.1V 0V 14
1.27V 1.1V 0V 12
OL 3.1V 0V 10
OL 0V 0V 8
Gnd 0V 0V 6
OL 12.2V 0V 4
OL 12.2V 0V 2
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 0 "Main" Even Pins to CN1 "T- CON"
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MAIN BOARD P1001
Diode Mode values were taken with all connectors removed. Pins identified in Bold and
Blue are used to send video content to the T-Con board.
1.27V 1.1V 0V 25
1.27V 1.1V 0V 23
1.27V 1.3V 0V 21
1.27V 1.1V 0V 19
1.27V 1.1V 0V 17
1.27V 1V 0V 15
Gnd Gnd Gnd 13
1.27V 1.1V 0V 11
1.27V 1V 0V 9
1.27V 1.1V 0V 7
1.27V 1.2V 0V 5
1.27V 1.1V 0V 3
1.27V 1.1V 0V 1
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 1 “Odd Pins” to CN2 "T- CON"
1.27V 1.1V 0V 25
1.27V 1.1V 0V 23
1.27V 1.3V 0V 21
1.27V 1.1V 0V 19
1.27V 1.1V 0V 17
1.27V 1V 0V 15
Gnd Gnd Gnd 13
1.27V 1.1V 0V 11
1.27V 1V 0V 9
1.27V 1.1V 0V 7
1.27V 1.2V 0V 5
1.27V 1.1V 0V 3
1.27V 1.1V 0V 1
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 1 “Odd Pins” to CN2 "T- CON"
1.27V 1.3V 0V 26
1.27V 1.3V 0V 24
1.27V 1.3V 0V 22
1.27V 1.3V 0V 20
1.27V 1.3V 0V 18
1.27V 1.3V 0V 16
Gnd Gnd Gnd 14
1.27V 1.3V 0V 12
1.27V 1.3V 0V 10
1.27V 1.2V 0V 8
1.27V 1.3V 0V 6
1.27V 1.3V 0V 4
1.27V 1.3V 0V 2
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 0 “Even Pins” to CN2 “T- CON"
1.27V 1.3V 0V 26
1.27V 1.3V 0V 24
1.27V 1.3V 0V 22
1.27V 1.3V 0V 20
1.27V 1.3V 0V 18
1.27V 1.3V 0V 16
Gnd Gnd Gnd 14
1.27V 1.3V 0V 12
1.27V 1.3V 0V 10
1.27V 1.2V 0V 8
1.27V 1.3V 0V 6
1.27V 1.3V 0V 4
1.27V 1.3V 0V 2
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P10 0 0 “Even Pins” to CN2 “T- CON"
MAIN BOARD P404
Diode Mode values were taken
with all connectors removed.
P4 0 4 "MAIN" to "Front Assy"
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15
3V 0V 0V PWB-Buzz 14
OL 0V 0V Ready 13
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 12
OL 0V 0V EYEQ-Reset 11
1.24V 3.9V 3.9V IR 10
OL 0V 0V Ready 9
1.48V 5V 5V 5V ST 8
0.55V 3.3V 0V 3.3V 7
1.77V 3.3V 3.3V Key2 6
1.77V 3.3V 3.3V Key1 5
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3
2.13V 3.3V 3.3V EYEQ-SDA 2
2.13V 3.3V 3.3V EYEQ-SCL 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15
3V 0V 0V PWB-Buzz 14
OL 0V 0V Ready 13
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 12
OL 0V 0V EYEQ-Reset 11
1.24V 3.9V 3.9V IR 10
OL 0V 0V Ready 9
1.48V 5V 5V 5V ST 8
0.55V 3.3V 0V 3.3V 7
1.77V 3.3V 3.3V Key2 6
1.77V 3.3V 3.3V Key1 5
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3
2.13V 3.3V 3.3V EYEQ-SDA 2
2.13V 3.3V 3.3V EYEQ-SCL 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Label Pin
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MAIN BOARD P501
Use the speaker outs to test for a defective Audio Amp IC501.
2.58V 8V 0V 4
2.58V 8V 0V 3
2.58V 8V 0V 2
2.58V 8V 0V 1
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
2.58V 8V 0V 4
2.58V 8V 0V 3
2.58V 8V 0V 2
2.58V 8V 0V 1
Diode Check R un S BY Pin
P50 1 "Main" to "S peakers"
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FRONT BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING
The Touch Sensitive Power Switch, Intelligent Sensor, and IR Sensor are located on the
front board.
J3
J1
To Main PWB
To Side Key
Light Diffuser for the
Intelligent Sensor
IR Sensor
Light Diffuser for the
Intelligent Sensor
IR Sensor
POWER LED
3 Sensors
Sensor
Close Up
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FRONT CONNECTOR J1 AND J3
Diode Mode values were taken with all connectors removed.
5.1V 5.1V 6
0.1V 0.1V 5
0V 0V 4
3.3V 3.3V 3
0V 0V 2
3.3V 3.3V 1
R un S TBY Pin
J 3 “Front Keys” to “S ide Key” P10 0
5.1V 5.1V 6
0.1V 0.1V 5
0V 0V 4
3.3V 3.3V 3
0V 0V 2
3.3V 3.3V 1
R un S TBY Pin
J 3 “Front Keys” to “S ide Key” P10 0
Gnd 0V 0V 15
OL 0V 0V 14
OL 0V 0V 13
Gnd 0V 0V 12
OL 0V 0V 11
OL 3.92V 3.92V 10
OL 0V 0V 9
1.8V 5V 5V 8
OL 3.3V 0V 7
OL 3.3V 3.3V 6
OL 3.3V 3.3V 5
OL 0V 0V 4
OL 0V 0V 3
OL 3.25V 3.25V 2
OL 3.25V 3.25V 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Pin
J 1 "Front Keys" to "MAIN" P4 0 4
Gnd 0V 0V 15
OL 0V 0V 14
OL 0V 0V 13
Gnd 0V 0V 12
OL 0V 0V 11
OL 3.92V 3.92V 10
OL 0V 0V 9
1.8V 5V 5V 8
OL 3.3V 0V 7
OL 3.3V 3.3V 6
OL 3.3V 3.3V 5
OL 0V 0V 4
OL 0V 0V 3
OL 3.25V 3.25V 2
OL 3.25V 3.25V 1
Diode Check R un S TBY Pin
J 1 "Front Keys" to "MAIN" P4 0 4
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P404
LD803
MCN1
X400
24 Mhz
1.5V
IC400
42LG70 I NTERCONNECT DI AGRAM
P800
J3
J1
BALLAST
POWER SUPPLY
MAIN (DIGITAL)
T-CON
FRONT
ASSEMBLY
(INTERFACE)
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P501
A/C In
P204
P201
P205
Not Used
Software
Upgrades
F101
F100
To Backlight
Right Side
To Backlight Left Side
CN1
SC100
L
N
6.3A / 250V
A/C Fuse
334V Actual Reading
3.15A / 250V Rating
F1 (15A / 65V)
24V
IR Receiver
Power Button
To Speakers
P101
Reset BCM
IC1005
IC812
IC803
P1000
IC1004
Far left and right pins for CN1 and CN2
are not counted, they are ground.
F1 (12V)
125V/3A
IC405
Q900
CN5 CN4
TO LCD MODULE
TEST 1: To Force Power Supply On.
Disconnect P800 on the Main PCB.
Jump pin 9,10,11 or 12 (5V) to pin 19 using a 10K resistor.
Test Low Voltage Outputs 16V and 12V. Test 24V P204
TEST 2: Jump pin 19 to pin 20 (INV-ON).
Ballast and all voltages should turn on.
IC407
Micro
LVDS Signals for P1000
Pins 11~22 / Pins 27~38
LVDS Signals for P1001
Pins 1~12 / Pins 15~26
All waveforms on page 2
of 11X17 fold out
Secondary over 1.2Kv
Do not run without
heat sink attached
CN2
P1001
Secondary over 1.2Kv
P200
n/c
X1000
20Mhz
Gnd Lug
Both cables are LVDS Type
IC1007
IC1006
IC810
IC1003
IC812
1 (9V)
2 (3.3V)
3 (5V for Tuner)
4 (n/c)
5 (Gnd)
IC803
1 (12V)
2 (Gnd)
3 (9V)
IC809
IC805
IC
8
0
7
IC
8
0
2
IC404
Q
8
0
3
IC804
IC501
Audio
LD1
US2
3) 0.0V
2) 1.8V
1) 3.3V LD1
Set In Stby: LD1 Off
Anode 0V Cathode 0V
Power On: LD1 Lit
Anode 12V Cathode 0V
Set on: LD1 Off
Anode 12V Cathode 9.6V
Grayed Out ICs are located on Back
*
Q901
X200
54 Mhz
1.5V
IC1000
True Motion
Micronas
IC100
BCM
Broadcom
TUNER
14 SIF
1
16 VIF
3 (5V)
Pins 1, 2, 3 and 4 carry
LVDS 12V when set is on.
B+ for T-Con PCB.
Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check
1 16.5V 0V 16.2V
3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
5 12V 0V 12.3V
7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
9 5V 5.1V
11 5V 5.1V
13 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
15 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
17 Error 0V 0V
19 Power On 0V 2.8V
21 BR1 0V 1.7V
23 N/C 0V 0V
P201 Odd "SMPS" to P800 "Main PCB"
5.1V
5.1V
0.49V
1.6V
1.27V
1.27V
0V
0V
1.6V
0V
P201 Even "SMPS" to P800 "Main PCB"
Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check
2 16.5V 0V
4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
6 12V 0V
8 Gnd Gnd Gnd
10 5V 5.1V 5.1V
12 5V 5.1V 5.1V
14 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
16 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
18 ACD 5V 5V
20 INV-On/Off 0V 3.2V
22 *PWM-DIM 0V 1.4V
24 N/C 0V 0V
16.2V
12.3V
Gnd
0.49V
1.6V
1.27V
1.27V
0V
0V
0V
2.1V
*PWM-DIM (PDIM) Pin 22 can vary according to OSD Backlight setting. 0.9V 0% to 3.3V 100%
LD803 Illuminates when
IC809 generates 3.3V
BCM
Q400
1 6 1 6
T1 T2
1 6 1 6
T3 T4
*PWM-DIM (PDIM) Pin 13 can vary according to OSD
Backlight setting. 0.9V 0% to 3.3V 100%
P204 "SMPS" to MCN1 "Ballast PCB"
Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check
1 24V 0V 24V 0.72V
2 24V 0V 24V 0.72V
3 24V 0V 24V 0.72V
4 24V 0V 24V 0.72V
5 24V 0V 24V 0.72V
6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
8 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
9 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
10 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
11 BR1 1.7V OL
12 INV On-Off 3.2V OL
13 *PWM-DIM 1.4V OL
14 ERROR 0V OL
0V
0V
0V
0V
Diode
Check
P404 “Main” to J1
Pin Label STBY Run
1 EYEQ-SCL 3.3V 3.3V 2.13V
2 EYEQ-SDA 3.3V 3.3V 2.13V
3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
5 Key1 3.3V 3.3V 1.77V
6 Key2 3.3V 3.3V 1.77V
7 3.3V 0V 3.3V 0.55V
8 5V ST 5V 5V 1.48V
9 Ready 0V 0V OL
10 IR 3.9V 3.9V 1.24V
11 EYEQ-Reset 0V 0V OL
12 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
13 Ready 0V 0V OL
14 PCB-Buzz 0V 0V 3V
15 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd
For Regulator Voltages, see back of page.
T-Con PCB under
shield. Be sure to
reinsert screws before
operating set with shield
removed.
Intelligent Sensor
Intelligent Sensor
Intelligent Sensor
Remote Sensor
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
1.89V
OL
Diode
Check
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
OL
3.1V
1.48V
1.48V
OL
1V
2.86V
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
P800 to P201
OL
3.1V
1.48V
1.48V
OL
OL
OL
Diode
Check
For voltages and pin labels,
see P201 chart
P1000 Pin 12
(SMTP Color Bars)
Example Of LVDS Signal
10mV 500nS
Any Transformer on Ballast
STBY 5V
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: REGULATOR DC VOLTAGES
REGULATORS/ICs ON BACK
IC802 STBY RUN IC807 STBY RUN Label IC1004 STBY RUN
Function: 3.3V Regulator Function: 1.8V-NTP Regulator Pin 1 0V 10V
Pins 1 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 2 0.78V 0V
Pins 2 0V 3.3V Output Pins 2 0V 1.8V Output Pin 3 0.7V 0V
Pins 3 0V 5V Input Pins 3 0V 3.3V Input Pin 4 0V 1.24V
IC701 STBY RUN IC809 STBY RUN Label Pin 5 0V 0V
Function: EEPROM for HDMI D3.3V Regulator Also Drives LD803 Pin 6 0V 0V
Pins 1,2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 1 0V 1.2V On/Off Power-CTL Pin 7 0V 12V
Pins 3,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 2 0V 5V Input Pin 8 0V 1.3V
Pin 5 0V 5V SDA Pin 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd IC1005 STBY RUN
Pin 6 0V 4.7V SCL Pin 4 0V 3.4V Output Pin 1 0V 0V
Pin 7 0V 5V Write Protect Pin 5 0V 3.3V ADJ Pin 2 0V 3.4V
Pin 8 0V 4.73V Vcc+5V IC810 STBY RUN Label Pin 3 0V 0V
IC702 STBY RUN D2.6V Regulator Pin 4 0V 1.4V
Function: EEPROM for RS232 Pin 1 2.5V Input Pin 5 0V 1.2V
Pins 1,2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 2 On/Off Pwr-CTL 2.6V IC1006 STBY RUN
Pins 3,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 1 0V 3.3V
Pin 5 0V 0.15V SDA Pin 4 n/c ADJ Pin 2 0V 3.3V
Pin 6 5V 0.13V SCL Pin 5 Gnd 5V Output Pin 3 0V 0V
Pin 7 0V 0.13V Write Protect Pin 4 0V 1.8V
Pin 8 0V 5V Vcc+5V Pin 5 0V 0V
IC805 STBY RUN Label IC1007 STBY RUN
Function: D1.2V-BCM Regulator Pin 1 0V 3.3V
Pin 1 0V 6V RST Pin 2 0V 3.3V
Pin 2 0V 5V Input Pin 3 0V 0V
Pin 3 0V 1.2V Output Pin 4 0V 0V
Pin 4 0V 0V Gnd Pin 5 0V 2.5V
Pin 5 0V 3.3V On/Off Power-CTL
Pin 6 0V 1.2V FB
Pin 7 0V 1V COMP
Pin 8 0V 0V Gnd
IC102 STBY RUN Label Q803 STBY RUN Label IC408 STBY RUN
Function: EEPROM for HDMI HDCP Key Function: Controls Q804 +5V Switch Pin 1 5V 5V
Pins 1,2 Gnd Gnd Gnd B 0V 0.72V Input RL-ON Pin 2 5V 0.1V
Pins 3,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd C 5V 0.02V Turns on Q804 Pin 3,4,5,7 n/c n/c
Pin 5 0V 3.78V SDA E Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 6,8,9 Gnd Gnd
Pin 6 0V 3.78V SCL Q804 STBY RUN Label Pin 10,11 0V 4.78V
Pin 7 0V 0V Write Protect Function: +5V Switch Pin 12 0V 0.16V
Pin 8 0V 5V Vcc+5V Pins 1,3 0V 5V Input ST-5V Pin 13 0V 3.4V
IC400 STBY RUN Label Pins 2,4 0V 0.3V On/Off by Q803 Pin 14 0V 0V
Function: BCM Reset Generator Drives IC401 Pins 5-8 0V 5V Output +5V Pin 15 5V 5V
Pins 1 0V 3.3V Input D3.3V-BCM IC404 STBY RUN Pin 16 5V ST-5V
Pins 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Function: 3.3VST-MICON Regulator IC602 STBY RUN
Pins 3 0V 0V Hi then Lo to IC401 Pins 1 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 1 0V 0V
IC401 STBY RUN Label Pins 2 3.3V 3.3V Output 3.3VST-MICON Pin 2 0V 0V
Function: BCM Reset Smitt Trigger Pins 3 5V 5V Input ST-5V Pin 3 0V 0V
Pin 1 0V 3.3V Input Reset IC406 STBY RUN Pin 4 0V 0V
Pin 6 0V 3.3V BCM Reset Function: Micro EEPROM Pin 5 0V 5V
Pin 7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 1,2,4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 6 0V 5V
Pin 2,3,5 0V 0V Pins 3 3.3V 3.3V Pull Up Pin 7 0V 0V
Pin 14 0V 3.3V B+ for IC +3.3V Pin 5 3.3V 3.3V SDA Pin 8 0V 4.8V
Pins 8,9,10,11,12,13 not used Pin 6 3.3V 3.3V SCL IC1003 STBY RUN
IC403 STBY RUN Label Pin 7 Gnd Gnd Write Protect Pin 1 0V 13V
Function: NV RAM-OLD Pin 8 3.3V 3.3V 3.3VST-Micom Pin 2 0.68V 0V
Pins 1,2,3 0V 4.9V Pull Up Pin 3 0.6V 0V
Pins 4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pin 4 0V 1.24V
Pin 5 0V 3.4V SDA Pin 5 3.3V 3.3V
Pin 6 0V 3.4V SCL Pin 6 0V 0V
Pin 7 0V 0V Write Protect Pin 7 0V 12V
Pin 8 0V 5V Vcc+5V Pin 8 0V 3.4V
Label
Function:
Function:
1.2V
3.3V
0V
0V
REGULATORS/ICs ON FRONT
IC405 STBY RUN Label Q400 STBY RUN Label
Function: Micro Reset control Function: Reset to Micro
Pins 1 0V 3.3V Input 3.3VST-Micom B 0.59V 0.59V Input from IC405
Pins 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd C 0V 0V Hi-Lo to IC407 pin 4
Pins 3 0V 0V Hi then Lo to Q400 E Gnd Gnd Gnd
IC803 STBY RUN Q900 STBY RUN Label
9V Regulator Also source for IC812 Function: LVDS Switch
Pins 1 0V 12V Input Pins 1,3 0V 12V Input
Pins 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Pins 2,4 0V 6V On/Off
Pins 3 0V 9V Output Pins 5-8 0V 12V Output LVDS 12V
IC812 STBY RUN Label Q901 STBY RUN Label
Function: 5V-TU Regulator Function: Turns on Q900 LVDS Switch
Pin 1 0V 9V Input B 0V 0.7V LVDS-Panel-Control
Pin 2 0V 3.3V On/Off Power-CTL 3.3V C 0V 0V On low/Off hi
Pin 3 0V 5V Output E 0V 0V Gnd
Pin 4 n/c n/c n/c
Pin 5 Gnd Gnd Gnd
Function:
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42LG70 LVDS P1000 WAVEFORMS
42LG70 P1000 LVDS CABLE WAVEFORMS:
Waveforms taken using SMTP Color Bar input.
All readings give the Scale 10mV and Time Base
related to scope settings.
Top waveform in each image gives a slower rate,
2us per division. Outlined area is shown in the
bottom waveform at 500ns per division time base.
42LG70 :: P1000 WAVEFORMS
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42LG70 LVDS P1001 WAVEFORMS
42LG70 P1001 LVDS CABLE WAVEFORMS:
Waveforms taken using SMTP Color Bar input.
All readings give the Scale 10mV and Time Base
related to scope settings.
Top waveform in each image gives a slower rate,
2us per division. Outlined area is shown in the
bottom waveform at 500ns per division time base.
42LG70 :: P1001 WAVEFORMS
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: AUDIO
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: INPUTS
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: REGULATORS & TUNER
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: BCM
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: BCM
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: DRAM
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42LG70 :: MAIN BOARD :: MICOM