32LH30 PRESENTATION

Direct View LCD

OUTLINE

Section 1
Contact Information, Preliminary Matters, Specifications,
LCD Overview, General Troubleshooting Steps,
Signal Distribution, Disassembly Instructions and Voltages
Section 2
Circuit Board Operation, Troubleshooting of :
• Switch mode Power Supply
• Main Board
• T-CON Board
• Ft Control Board
• Side Keys

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Overview of Topics to be Discussed

32LH30 LCD Direct View Display
Section 1
This Section will cover Contact Information and remind the Technician of Important Safety Precautions for
the Customers Safety as well as the Technician and the Equipment.
Basic Troubleshooting Techniques which can save time and money sometimes can be overlooked. These
techniques will also be presented.
This Section will get the Technician familiar with the Disassembly, Identification and Layout of the LCD
Display Panel.
At the end of this Section the Technician should be able to Identify the Circuit Boards and have the ability
and knowledge necessary to safely remove and replace any Circuit Board or Assembly.

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and mechanical systems. nuts. Failure to consider the weight of an product could result in physical injury. The manufacturer or seller maintains no liability for the interpretation of this information. When servicing this product. personal injury and property damage can result. CAUTION To avoid personal injury. clips. nor can it assume any liability in conjunction with its use.Preliminary Matters (The Fine Print) IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE The information in this training manual is intended for use by persons possessing an adequate background in electrical equipment. In any attempt to repair a major Product. 4 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . but may lead to property damage or user injury. At least two people should be involved in the installation or servicing of such devices. Unauthorized modifications will not only void the warranty. If electrical power is required for diagnosis or test purposes. electronic devices. If wires. disconnect the power before servicing this product. they must be returned to their original positions and properly fastened. screws. Also be aware that many household products present a weight hazard. under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without permission from LG Electronics. or washers used to complete a ground path are removed for service. disconnect the power immediately after performing the necessary checks. straps.

if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual. When repackaging a failed electronic control assembly in an anti-static bag. and. observe these same precautions. or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Connect an ESD wrist strap to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential installation. However. ESD can weaken or damage the electronics in a manner that renders them inoperative or reduces the time until their next failure.ESD Notice (Electrostatic Static Discharge) Today’s sophisticated electronics are electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive. Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Handle the electronic control assembly by its edges only. 5 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. Alternatively. Before removing a replacement part from its package. uses. touch the anti-static bag to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. Regulatory Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than that to which the receiver is connected. and can radiate radio frequency energy. you can touch your finger repeatedly to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. This equipment generates. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

166.com http://136.webex. 50PS60 Also available on the Plasma page Plasma Panel Alignment Handbook New Training Materials on the Learning Academy site Published August 2009 by LG Technical Support and Training LG Electronics Alabama. Huntsville. 42LH40.200 LCD-DV: 32LG40. 32LH30. 42PQ30. 50PG20. 50PS80. 42PQ20. Inc. 6 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . 42LG70.lgservice.lgservice. 35813.CONTACT INFORMATION Customer Service (and Part Sales) (800) 243-0000 Technical Support (and Part Sales) (800) 847-7597 USA Website (GCSC) aic. 42LH20.4.com LG Web Training lge. 201 James Record Road.com LG CS Academy lgcsacademy. 42LH50.com Customer Service Website us. 47LG90 PLASMA: 42PG20. 42LG60. AL.

4. it uses high voltage AC. Refer to the Voltage Sticker on the Switch Mode Power Supply silk screening. 3. etc… 7 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .½ volt). Verify model names and board model matches. Example: Oscillator failure dead set. 2. Check the model label. Use caution when dealing with these IC and circuits. (+/. 2. Exercise care when making voltage and waveform checks to prevent costly short circuits from damaging the unit. Check details of defective condition and history. Be cautious of lost screws and other metal objects to prevent a possible short in the circuitry. Check that the Power Supply and Drive Circuits are completely discharged because of residual current stored before Circuit Board removal. 6. Approximately 20 minute pre-run time is required before any adjustments are performed.LCD Overview Safety and Handling Regulations 1. C-MOS circuits are sensitive to static electricity. 3. Be cautious of electric shock from the Backlight section. 5. Checking Points to be Considered 1. Check the appearance of the Replacement Panel and Circuit Boards for both physical damage and part number accuracy.

Use your senses Sight. If the supplies are missing check the resistance for possible short circuits. Look for correct Amplitude Phasing and Timing of the signals also check for the proper Duty Cycle of the signals. Capacitors will sometimes leak dielectric material and give off a distinct odor. 8 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Sometimes “glitches” or “road bumps” will be an indication of an imminent failure. or listen for relay closing etc.Basic Troubleshooting Steps Define. Frequency of power supplies will change with the load. •Isolate To further isolate the failure. Always confirm the supplies are not only the proper level but be sure they are noise free. Touch and Hearing. Observation of the front Power LED may give some clues. Localize. Be careful of ESD and make sure to check the DC Supplies for proper levels. Isolate and Correct Look at the symptom carefully and determine what circuits could be causing •Define the failure. Look for burned parts and check for possible overheated components. •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. check for the proper waveforms with the Oscilloscope to make a final determination of the failure. •Correct The final step is to correct the problem. Smell. Make all necessary adjustments and lastly always perform a Safety AC Leakage Test before returning the product back to the Customer.

9 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .32LH30 Product Information This section of the manual will discuss the specifications of the 32LH30 LCD Direct View Display Panel.

000:1 Response Time 6ms Brightness 500 cd/m2 Viewing Angle 178º H / 178º V Life Span (Typical) 60.000 hr Built-in Tuner ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM Cabinet Color Glossy Piano-Black Limited Warranty 1 Year Parts/Labor 10 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .1.5 diagonal) 1080p HD Resolution Two (2) HDMI™ (V.Basic Specifications Key Features • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 32" Screen (31.3 with Deep Color) ISFccc Ready Smart Energy Saving LG SimpLink™ LG Core Technologies (32-inch and above) Dynamic Contrast Ratio 50.

Panel Pixels (Lines of Resolution) FULL HD 1080p RESOLUTION Pixels: 1920 (H) x 1080p (V) HD RESOLUTION 720p HD Pixels: 1366 (H) × 768 (V) SD ED HD HD HD FORMATS 480I Interlaced 480P Progressive 1080I Interlaced 720P Progressive 1080P Progressive Possible Frame Rates: 24FPS 30FPS 60FPS Lines Per Field 240 Lines 480 Lines 540 Lines 720 Lines 1080 Lines BASIC PIXEL COUNTS AND LOGOS 720P PANEL 1365 (H) × 768 (V) Interlaced 2 Fields to make a Frame Progressive Each Field is a Frame 1080P PANEL 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) Think of sync as the Panels “Refresh Rate” 11 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

Basic Specifications (LOGO Familiarization) Page 1 Full HD 1080p Resolution Displays HDTV programs in full 1920 x 1080p resolution for a more detailed picture. 12 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

Remote Control Familiarization BOTTOM PORTION TOP PORTION 13 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

Enter. Press and “Hold” the Menu Key on the Side Key pad and Press and “Hold” the Menu Key on the Remote approximately 5 seconds.Accessing the Service Menu REMOTE BOTTOM PORTION SIDE KEYS To access the Service Menu. 4) The Service Menu appears Note: If a Password is required to enter the Service Menu. 1) Turn the Set On 2) Simultaneously. 0000 14 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . continue to hold until it disappears. 3) If Customer’s Menu appears.

Rear and Side Input Jacks Rear Input Jacks USB Port for Software Upgrades Only Main PWB Rear Input Locations 15 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

16 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . 6) You can see the download progress Bar.epk) to "LG_DTV" folder.USB Software Download 1) Create an LG_DTV folder on the USB Flash Drive Shows the Currently Installed Version 2) Copy new software (xxx. 4) You can see the message “TV Software Upgrade” (See figure to right) 5) Cursor left and highlight "START" Button and push “Enter” button using the remote control. insert USB flash drive. Shows the Software Version found on the USB Flash Drive Shows the Software file found on the USB Flash Drive * CAUTION: Do not remove AC power or the USB Flash Drive. 3) With TV turned on. you will see “COMPLETE”. Make sure to have correct software file. 7) Do not unplug until unit has automatically restarted. 9) Your TV will be restarted automatically. 8) When download is completed. Do not turn off Power. during the upgrade process.

7mm Center 20-13/16" 528.8" 586.32LH30 PRODUCT DIMENSIONS 31-1/2" 800mm Wattage AVG: 102W STBY: >1W 7-7/8" 200mm 11-5/8" 296mm 2-3/8" 60mm 3-15/16" 100mm 4-1/2" 114mm 23-1. Side Label Remove 4 screws to remove stand for wall mount 2-5/16" 58.3mm Model No.6 lb 16-3/8" 416mm 17 8-7/8" 226mm .4mm Weight without Stand: 24.7mm 3-1/8" 78.7mm 10 13/32" 264.3mm 12 11/16" 322. Serial No.3 lb Weight with Stand: 27.

Layout and Circuit Board Identification. the layout of the printed circuit boards and be able to identify each board. Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the disassembly procedures. 18 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .DISASSEMBLY AND TROUBLESHOOTING SECTION Disassembly: This section of the manual will discuss Disassembly. Troubleshooting: This section of the manual will also discuss troubleshooting. of the 32LH30 LCD Direct View Television. Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of how to diagnosis and resolve problems.

19 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Reinsert the stand and stand the unit upright for service position. Remove the 6 screws around stand indicated by the arrows.Removing the Back Step (1) Lay the TV down on its face. Put one screw into the stand to prevent it from falling out. The back can now be removed. Remove the Stand by Pulling it out of its Retaining bracket. Remove Notice the plastic support bar hidden behind the stand.

Removing the Back Cover Step 2 (Stand has to be removed) The Stand has to be removed first. Putting in an improper screw when reassembling may Cause damage. 20 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Pay attention to the size and type of screw as there are many different types. Remove the 23 screws indicated. The Stand must be removed before removing the back.

Circuit Board Layout T-CON Under Shield Ballast p/n: EAY60713901 T-CON p/n: EAT60666401 POWER SUPPLY LVDS Cable BALLAST Main PWB Side Key Backlight Connections AC Input Master Power Switch Rear Inputs RF Input Speaker L Speaker R Ft IR/LED Control 21 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

AC In SK100 and SK101.Power Supply PWB Removal P203 P201 Disconnect P201. P201 Remove the 4 screws indicated by the arrows. P203. Do not have to be released Press in Two tabs to release lock SK101 AC In SK100 22 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

be sure to check the Master Power Switch before assuming a failure has occurred.Power Supply (Master Power Switch) Location If the TV won’t come on. On Off MASTER AC SWITCH LOCATION (Bottom Left Side viewed from rear) 23 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

15A/250V Run 380V STBY 168V From Hot Gnd Hot Ground Shock Hazard To Master Power Switch SK101 F100 5A/250V AC IN L AC IN SK100 N 24 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .Power Supply (SMPS) PWB Layout To Ballast To Main P203 P201 Pin 1 Pin 2 F501 3.

32LH30 POWER SUPPLY TURN ON COMMANDS FROM MAIN PWB POWER SUPPLY (SMPS) AC In Bridge 1 Stand By 5V Reg 6 No AC Det in this model 6 24V Regulator Ballast 6 24V 8 INV On 24V B+ for the Ballast 12V/24V Regulators 9 8 Stand By 5V At point 4 TV is in Stand-By state. Less than 1 Watt 12V 24V PWR On 2 5V Switch Other Circuits 5V General 6 Reset of Main Board 4 8 24V Audio Other Regs 3 6 12V Video Processing MAIN PWB Other Circuits Reg For Micro 6 Power On 3 6 7 12V 12V LVDS 12V Switch LVDS Video 7 8 Inv On/Off LVDS Panel Control Microprocessor IC100 Also Video Processor Picture Content PWM-DIM Digital Dimming BR1 Fixed Analog Dimming 9 Power On 25 Manipulates Backlights Cust Menu for Backlight T-CON PWB 12V LVDS Along with Video On LVDS cable Inv On Inverter On Starts the Ballast Backlights Light 5 Ft Control Power Button Or Remote Key To Backlights Primary side fuse: Stand-By 90V Run 370V . Energy Star compliant.

6V 0.6V R740 47KΩ 6 14 17 7 5 13 16 +5V General C711 150pF 3 12V Gnd 1 6V R253 10KΩ Q704 Q705 2 13 Gnd 8 PWR ON 1 12V 15 +5V 3.32LH30 P700 ON MAIN PWB TO SMPS P201 TURN ON CIRCUIT L728 LVDS 12V Panel Power L708 Q706 6 3 5 4 L715 MAIN PWB P700 SMPS P201 n/c PWR Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 1 2 n/c PWR On Gnd 3 Gnd 4 Gnd 5 Gnd 6 5V 7 SBY5V Gnd Gnd 12V Gnd Gnd 24V n/c INV.3V 2 0V 0. 0.DIM ERR Out n/c PWM-DIM 4.8V L714 STBY5V 8 14 21.6V ~ 3.3KΩ PWM-DIM (PWM Dimming) Manipulates the Backlight Brightness via Customer’s OSD.2K 1uF R743 R189 A-DIM PWM-DIM (Digital Dimming) L733 26 C725 1uF 0 C181 100 1uF P-DIM AB12 PWM2 .3V-ST 12V R739 47KΩ C721 68uF R717 3. Darker Picture.98V 5V 8 5V 9 5V 10 Gnd 11 Gnd 12 4 7 21.On A.3V 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 n/c C726 220uF 12 3.1uF 15 16 C722 47uF 24V 17 L704 18 INV ON/OFF 22 n/c R237 100Ω 11 21 0V Q703 Q701 L706 10 20 1.7K 1uF C182 1. Darker Backlights to facilitate improved Contrast Ratio.3V Range R719 1KΩ G5 GPIO 136 R759 0Ω 100 A-DIM (Analog Dimming) Fixed Value.2V L701 9 19 3. Manipulates the Backlight Brightness via the video processor.8V 0. R704 23 24 +5V General Q702 C727 68uF R714 IC100 Mstar R244 100Ω Inverter On/Off R185 AB13 PWM0 L700 C706 4.38V R706 R703 10K 10K 100 Power On R237 Relay On E5 GPIO 134 GPIO137 H5 R245 LVDS Panel 100 Control STBY5V L707 12V C720 0.

Problems with either voltage can be easily solved by following the simple steps on the next page.Power Supply (SMPS) PWB Operational Troubleshooting Power Supply Troubleshooting Ac voltage is supplied to the Power Supply at Connector SC100. 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. Confirm Pin 20 of P201 went to 3. unplug the Connector to the Ballast P203. Reapply AC Power and press the ON-OFF Button on either the Remote Control or Power Button on the Unit. Stand-By (168) and Run (380V) measured at Fuse F501. Loss of 5 Volt Standby would be a Power Supply Failure. Presence of 5 Volt Standby would be an indication of a failure on the Main Board or possibly the Front PWB (IR) assembly.9 or 10. First via PWR (Pin 2) also known as POWER ON. Check P700 or P201 pin 2 for the PWR-ON command (4. Remember to observe the Front Power Indicating LED this may save some time. apply AC Power and recheck for presence of 5 Volt Standby.9V) to the Power Supply. The 2nd command is INV ON (P201 pin 20). These voltages can easily be checked with the volt meter! Remove AC Power. the 5 Volt Standby should be present at connector P201. This is the INV ON signal needed to light the Lamps. It is the Lamp Lighting Command Signal. Suspect a possible short circuit loading the supply. The AC input generates a Hot Ground primary power supply that runs in two states. If Missing remove AC Power and unplug Connector P201. This set does not use AC Detect. This primary voltage develops all other voltages that are output from the power supply. Watch for the Power ON LED to change color from red to blue. If either command (PWR-ON or INV-ON) is missing it will result in a no picture symptom. This is an indication the PWR Signal was created on the the Main board.8. activates the Ballast voltage 24V and the 17 Volt and 12 Volt lines to the Main board. During Stand-By. Check P201 for 24V (Pins 17 or 18) and 12V (Pins 13 or 14). as the backlights will not turn on. 27 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .3V. Pins 7. These two voltages are used to control the power on turn on sequence.

Reinsert the plug P203 to the Ballast. (2) Remove AC power. Use P700 Side to insert resistors 28 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Apply AC. TEST 1: (1) Add a 10K resistor between (5V STBY) pin 7. There is no need to continue with the next test. 8. the SMPS PWB is defective and must be replaced. (b) Unplug P700 on the Main PWB and P203 to the Ballast. a) Check that the 24V and 12V power supplies are turned on. 9 or 10 and Pin 2 (PWR). a) The SMPS PWB “MUST” be producing STBY 5V on either pin 7.TEST 1 Power Supply PWB Low Voltage Test AC Should not be applied at any time while adding resistors or while unplugging connectors as damage to the circuit PWB may occur. 9 or 10 (5V). 8. If 5V Standby is not being generated. This will turn on the power supply. P201 (24V pins 17 and 18) (12V pins 13 and 14) and 24V to the Ballast P203 Pins 1~5.

check the Ballast Fuse. 1) If low or missing. REMOVE AC POWER: d) Check the connections to the Backlights. If low. c) Confirm the INV On/Off line P203 Pin 10 is going to 3V. this indicates a shorted output FET). 9 or 10 and Pin 20 (INV On). Leave original 10K resistor in place. Apply AC after adding jumper.2Kv each.TEST 2 Power Supply PWB Backlights Test P700 Connector disconnected from the Main PWB. DO NOT check these when AC is applied as they carry 1. (4) Apply AC Power. Backlights Abnormal: b) Recheck connector P203 and confirm 24V on pins 1~5. Continue if the 1st test was successful. possible Open. 2) If open. (3) Add another 10K resistor between (5V) pin 7. This simulates a Power On and Backlight On command. use diode mode to check the 24V line on Ballast connector CN1. 8. 29 Spring 2009 Use P700 Side to insert resistors LCD DV 32LH30 . the backlights should turn on. Backlights Normal: a) If normal.

67V Open 17 24V 0V 24.8V 0. Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . 0.3V 100%.66V Open 22 Err Out 0V 0V Open 19 nc nc nc nc 20 INV.8V 0.73V 15 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 16 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 13 12V 0V 12. Output from the video processor chip.14V 5.6V 0% to 3.14V Open 5 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 1 nc nc nc nc 2 PWR-ON 0V 4.14V Open 8 5V 5.14V 5.14V Open 10 5V 5.Power Supply Connector P201 Voltage and Diode Check P201 Odd "SMPS" to P700 "Main PWB" P201 Even "SMPS" to P700 "Main PWB" Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check Pin STBY Run Diode Check 23 nc nc nc nc 24 2 PDIM 0V 3.14V 5.2V Open BR1 0V 1.3V Open 11 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 12 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9 5V 5.14V Open 7 5V 5.3V Open 14 12V 0V 12.14V 5.99V Open 21 1 1 Label 2 BR1 (A-DIM) Pin 21 Fixed and not used Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 30 PDIM Pin 24 can vary according to type of signal being processed and the OSD Backlight setting.73V 18 24V 0V 24.ON 0V 4.

729V 5 VBL 0V 24.45V Open 13 VBR_B 0V 3.729V 2 VBL 0V 24.729V 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 VBR_A 0V 1.40V Open 14 Error 0V 0V Open Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 31 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .Power Supply P203 to Ballast CN1 Voltage and Diode Check P203 "SMPS" to CN1 "Ballast" Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check 1 VBL 0V 24.52V 0.52V 0.52V 0.729V 3 VBL 0V 24.52V 0.67V Open 12 On/Off 0V 3.52V 0.729V 4 VBL 0V 24.

When Open (Off) AC open and does not flow. With the Master Power Switch Closed (On) AC flows.Power Supply Connector SK100 and SK101 Voltage and Diode Check Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed SK100 "SMPS" to AC IN Pin Label 1 L 2 N STBY Run 120Vac SK101 "SMPS" to MASTER POWER SWITCH Diode Check Pin Label OL 1 n/a OL 2 n/a AC Voltage Readings Across Pins 1 and 2 for STBY and RUN. SK101 Bottom Right of SMPS STBY Run 120Vac Diode Check OL OL AC Voltage Readings for either pin 1 or pin 2 in STBY and RUN with one lead on Neutral of SK101. Neutral SK100 Live 32 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

BALLAST SECTION Ballast Board The Ballast receives it B+ from the Switch Mode Power Supply. 33 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . 24V (CN1 pins 1~5) is delivered when the “Power On” command arrives at the SMPS. The Backlights are manipulated by the control signal “P-DIM (Digital Dimming)” CN1 pin 13. The Backlights are turned on with the “Inverter On” command arrives. INV-ON is sent from the Main board through the SMPS to the Ballast.

General Backlight Information One Continuity path One Continuity path Ballast To Backlights Over 1.2KV Currently. number of lamps “Unknown” EEFL (External Electrode Fluorescent Lamp) LOW COST Large number of lamps driven by a single inverter 34 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .2KV To Backlights Over 1.

Introducing EEFL Simple structure. Low price Simple structure Complicated structure Lamp manufacturing process Lamp assembly structure 35 Spring 2009 Low Cost Large number of Lamp Drive by single inverter LCD DV 32LH30 .

EEFL Compared to CCFL Electrodes Key: Long Life Time • For CCFL. longer life time is expected because there is no internal electrode consuming Hg gas 36 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Hg gas is consumed mainly near the internal electrode • For EEFL.

Ballast PWB Assembly (With Shield) Layout p/n EAY60713901 Ballast Start Det LED (LED1) CN1 F1 10A/125V Transformers To Backlight Left Side To Backlight Right Side 37 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

Ballast PWB Assembly Layout Warning Do not Run the Ballast with Shield Removed. Ballast Start Det LED LED1 CN1 F1 10A/125V Transformers To Backlight Right Side To Backlight Left Side 38 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

2Kv 34V p/p 48kHz 22. secondary is over 1.Ballast Transformer Waveforms FET Drivers Warning Do not Run the Ballast with Shield Removed.2V p/p 48kHz T1 or T2 Pin 1 T1 or T2 Pin 6 39 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Primary Side 6 1 6 T1 1 T2 Transformers Warning.

7Ω R185 1. Darker Backlights to facilitate improved Contrast Ratio.67V AB13 AB12 L700 VBR-B PWM-2 VBR-A PWB-0 PWM-DIM (PWM Dimming) Manipulates the Backlight Brightness via Customer’s OSD.32LH30 P700 on Main PWB To Power Supply P201 Out P203 To Ballast MCN1 CN1 P201 P203 MAIN PWB 7 BALLAST INV On/ Off 24V ERR P700 8 9 10 Stby 5V POWER SUPPLY 12 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 14 14 R719 1KΩ Q702 INV On/Off 12 20 24V 24V Reg SMPS Controler 20 IC100 Mstar 5V General R759 0Ω R244 100Ω E5 Relay On 3. Manipulates the Backlight Brightness via the video processor IC100.3V Range VBR-A (Analog Diming) Manipulates the Backlight Brightness as well. 0.2KΩ GPIO 27 A-DIM 1.29V G5 Inverter On 2 2 12V Reg 13 13 14 14 24V Reg 17 17 18 18 22 22 PWM-DIM 13 13 24 24 BR1 11 11 21 21 R706 R703 R237 10KΩ 10KΩ 100Ω PWR 2.86V Q701 12V Stby 5V 24V n/c (Not Used) ERR 0V PWM-DIM L733 R743 0Ω R189 GPIO 28 100Ω R704 4. Darker Picture. 40 .6V ~ 3. But this line is not used.

ADIM also manipulates the Burst Triangle Oscillator But it is not used. 41 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .Backlight Drive Signal Dimming Signal Effects PWMDIM manipulates the Burst Triangle Oscillator in the ballast drive IC.

Ballast Removal (Heat Sink and Insulators) Do not Run the Ballast with Shield Removed. p/n EAY60713901 Protects the Output FETs Alignment Notch Insulator Cut Out Insulator Alignment Notch 42 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Heat Transfer Material Be sure to replace “All” heat sink materials and insulators. Sh iel d Do not Run the Ballast with Shield Removed.

40V Open 14 Error 0V 0V Open Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 43 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .52V Open 2 VBL 0V 24.Ballast Connector CN1 Voltage and Diode Check CN1 "Ballast" to P203 "SMPS" Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check 1 VBL 0V 24.52V Open 3 VBL 0V 24.52V Open 5 VBL 0V 24.52V Open 4 VBL 0V 24.45V Open 13 VBR_B 0V 3.52V Open 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 VBR_A 0V 1.67V Open 12 On/Off 0V 3.

There are two DC to DC converters that create (17V developed at the cathode of D8). 12V is supplied to the T-Con Board on connector CN1 from the Main Board (Easily measured at fuse F1 2A and 125V). 3 or 4). 58 or 59) and (CN4 pins 2.3V can also be measured at the ribbon connectors delivering signals to the TFT panel (CN3 pins 57. 44 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . (3. Protected by Fuses FL1 and FL2.5V can be checked. The 3. Also at the Regulator US2 the 1. Protected by Fuses FL3 and FL4.T-CON (TFT DRIVE) SECTION LCD Controller Board The T-Con IC UC1 receives from the Main Board LVDS at CN1 12 Bit LVDS Signals (Video) which it processes into TFT Drive Signals which through connectors CN3 and CN4 controls the LCD Panel.3V developed at the cathode of D9).

T-CON (TFT Drive) PWB (With Shield) LVDS (Video and 12V) from Main PWB 45 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

CN4 and CN1. Remove the 3 Screws in the T-CON shield and the 1 screw from the top of the vertical brace. These would already be removed when removing the shield.T-CON (TFT Drive) PWB Removal CN4 CN3 CN1 Disconnect CN3. Remember to reinstall the 3 screws for the Service Position if the T-CON board needs to be turned on for test purposes. 46 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . See next slide for details. Remove the T-CON shield by sliding it left or right from under the vertical brace.

UC1 US3 47 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Note: There are Chocolate (Heat Transfer) material pieces underneath the T-CON Heat sink. Be sure to return these pieces when reinstalling the Heat Sink (Shield).T-CON Shield Removal Precautions (Chocolate Pieces) Heat Transfer. They dissipate heat from the UC1 and US3 ICs.

CN4 and CN1 To remove the flex cables to the TFT Panel. CN3 or CN4: Place a soft thin object like a fingernail underneath the black locking tab and gently pull forward.T-CON (TFT Drive) PWB Removal Continued UNLOCKING CN3. Then the flex cable can be easily removed. Unlocked To remove the LVDS cable CN1. Press in on the two tabs and slowly rock the cable out of the connector. (Shown by the arrows in Fig 3) Fig 2 The locking tab is flipped upward 48 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . (Shown by the arrows in Fig 1) CN3 or CN4 Locked Fig 3 (CN1) LVDS Press In Fig 1 Press In Pull Out Flip the lock up and back from the flex cable.

49 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .T-CON (TFT Drive) PWB (Shield Removed) To TFT Panel To TFT Panel T-CON p/n: EAT60666401 CN4 CN3 FL3/FL4 D9 UC1 US2 US3 FL1/FL2 F1 D8 CN1 To Main PWB Remember to replace screws for ground purposes if testing the PWB.

49. 50.3V Black band indicates Cathode Cathode 3. Cathode 17V Check Fuse F1 (12V) 50 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .5V Fuses FL1 / FL2 3.5V Check 1. and 51.3V D9 F1 Check 3.3V Fuses FL3 / FL4 CN1 D8 Check Fuse F1 for 12V from CN1 Pins 48.T-CON (TFT Drive) PWB Checks T-CON PWB (Locations) Check the Regulator US2 for Correct Voltage Gnd US2 1.

T-CON (TFT Drive) PWB Component Diode Checks Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed Meter in Diode Mode.25V ] Cathode 0.13V ] F1 CN1 Gnd Lug T-CON PWB (Locations) Fuses FL1 / FL2 0.57V ] (-) Reading in brackets [ ] on TP (+) Reading without brackets on TP D8 Cathode Open [ 0.14V ] Fuses FL3 / FL4 0.35V [ 0.18V [ 0.68V D9 [ 0. black lead on Gnd lug.61V ] 51 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .25V ] Gnd US2 0.68V [ 0.35V [ 0.68V [ 0.14V ] Black band indicates Cathode Fuse F1 3. Gnd Lug 0.

See previous page for location. check the 3.3V Voltage Check) 3.3V DC to DC converter. 3 and 4 CN4 CN3 T-CON PWB 52 3. Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . 58 and 59 If the 3.3Volts is missing.T-CON (TFT Driver) Board CN3 and CN4 (3.3V Check Pins 2.3V Check Pins 57. Check at D9 cathode.

Control PWB LVDS Connector CN1 Pin Identification CN1 1 10bit TA or 10bit TB 51 Video Video Video Video Not used on T-CON TB Clock Video Video Resolution 53 12V for T-CON PWB TA Clock Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

1V 1.2V 1.1V 1.1V 14 TXA3+ 0V 1.1V 1.1V 8 PWM-DIM OPC-OUT 0V 0V *0V 0V Open 1.2V 1.1V 3.1V 35 TXB2+ 0V 1.1V 51 LVDS 12V 0V 12.1V OPC-EN 0V 0V 1.2V 1.1V 12 TXA4+ 0V 1. 11.18V 25 TXA0- 0V 1.1V 0.1V 1. 21.18V 24 TXA0+ 0V 1.15V (Max 100%) to 0.1V 49 LVDS 12V 0V 12.2V 1.2V 1. 37.1V 1.1V Gnd 9 10 *Pin 8 PWM-DIM 3.75V 31 TXB3- 0V 1.1V 13 TXA4- 0V 1.2V 1.8V 17 0V 0V 1. (See arrow on the T-CON PWB CN1 indicating pin 1) Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 54 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .T-CON PWB Connector CN1 to Main PWB Voltage and Diode Check CN1 CONNECTOR "T-CON PWB“ to P800 "Main" Pins 1.1V 50 LVDS 12V 0V 12.2V 1.1V 41 TXB0- 0V 1.1V 3.1V 15 TXA3- 0V 1.24V 1.95V 27 BIT-SEL 0V 3.1V 39 TXB1- 0V 1.2V 1.1V 38 TXB1+ 0V 1.2V 1.18V 23 TXA1- 0V 1.1V 32 TXA1+ 0V 1.6V (Min 0%) Customer’s Menu Backlight setting.1V 1.2V 1.8V 20 TXA2- 0V 1.75V 29 TXB4- 0V 1.1V 1.1V 33 TXBC- 0V 1.2V 1.1V 0. But is Not Used by T-CON. 18.1V 36 TXB2- 0V 1.1V 32 TXBC+ 0V 1.1V 19 TXA0TXA2+ 40 TXB0+ 0V 1. 42~46 are all Ground Pins 1~6 and 47 has No Connection 7 LVDS-SEL 0V 0V 1.1V 3. 34.1V 1.1V 16 TXA0+ 0V 1.1V 1.2V 1.1V 48 LVDS 12V 0V 12.1V 30 TXB3+ 0V 1. 26.1V 1.

55 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . • Wired Remote Port • (1) Component Input Y.Main PWB IC100 Video Processor Overview Input Signal Processing IC100 is the main Microprocessor and the main Signal Processor and is responsible for : • ATSC. • AV Composite (1 Rear and 1 Side Input) • SIF and SAP Output Signals •20 Bit LVDS (20 Pin) 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 signal (Digital Dimming) P-DIM sent to the Ballast through the SMPS. Pb and Audio L R • (2) HDMI Inputs (back) (1) HDMI (Side Input) • RGB PC and (PC Audio) • USB (software upgrades using flash drive). NTSC. and QAM reception and processing • RS 232 service only Port (software upgrades and home theater environment). USB located on the Rear. Pr.

Be sure to transfer to new PWB if present. 0 P60 P1204 56 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . Look for a piece of Chocolate (Heat Transfer Material). P800 P700 NOTE: Be sure to check on top and behind the Video Processor IC. Remove any tape holding down any cables. pull the LVDS ribbon out.Removing the Main PWB Flip the locking tabs upward. Remove the remaining 4 screws indicated by the arrows.

P800 to T-CON PWB Q706 P800 P700 To SMPS SW100 Reset Q702 USB X100 For Software Upgrade via Jig IC100 Microprocessor and Video Processor X1005 LD1000 LD1000 Tuner OK when Green 19 Tuner TU1001 1 To Speakers P600 P1204 To Front PWB Assembly 57 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .Main PWB Layout Look carefully on top and behind the Video Processor IC for Chocolate (Heat Transfer) material. THIS IS NORMAL. VIDEO PROCESSOR IC100 RUNS HOT. Be sure to transfer to new PWB if replaced.

Main PWB (Back View) Voltages given on the 11X17 foldout “Interconnect Diagram” Q102 Q104 Q705 IC1003 Q704 Q103 Q703 IC1002 IC601 IC102 IC503 Q107 IC702 Q1000 D500 Q701 IC104 IC103 Q1001 D503 IC1201 Q600 19 D502 D501 TUNER TU1001 IC1200 D1223 IC501 IC500 1 58 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

8V Amp 1 (3.28V) IC601 Reset IC100 Q702 Inv-On Control 3.8V) 8 (Gnd) TUNER MAIN (Digital) Board IC1003 5V-Tuner source 1 (12V) 2 (Gnd) 3 (8.18V) 4-5 (N/C) 6 (1.2V) IC1003 IC1002 To T-CON (LVDS) 5V-Tuner 1 (8. Main Micro 1 (0.3V) 1-2 (0V) 8 (3.3V_FE L710 IC107 IC701 IC701 1.3V 3 (3.2V) 2 (1.12V) 6 (3.18V) 3 (3.6V) ( ) = Off IC702 IC600 Audio 56 Pin L726 IC702 (3.3V) 3 (0V) X100 12 Mhz IC105 IC105 HDCP EEPROM 1-2 (Gnd) 3 (5V) 5-6 (0V) 4-7 (Gnd) 6 (1.28V) 7 (3.37V) 3 (5V) 4 (N/C) 5 (Gnd) P800 X1005 25 Mhz 19 Video 16 SIF 15 (5V) C IC500 IC501 B E KEY IC500 / IC501 HDMI EDID To Speakers P600 13 DIF 12 DIF + IC1200 R.4V) 5 (2.16V) 3-4 (0V) 5-6 (0V) 7-8 (3.2V) 7 (0.2V_PVSB 1 (N/C) 2 (3.94V) 2 (2.78V) 2 (Gnd) 3 (5V) 4 (7.2V) 8vsb/ 4-5 (N/C) QAM 6 (1.8V) 8 (Gnd) IC107 Power Det 1 (Gnd) 2 (Reset) .26V_VDDC IC704 3.9V) Processor 5 (5V) Mstar 6 (1.B PC/DDC 4 (5V) To Front Control P1204 * Grayed Out ICs are located on Back 1 59 IC1000 1.87V) 7 (0.3V_ST) 1 (5V) 2 (3.85V (0V) 0V Gnd (0.3V-FE 1 (0.Main PWB Component Identification Q706 Q706 Switch 1 (5V) (12V LVDS) 2 (0.78V) 2 (Gnd) IC100 3 (5V) IC101 Video 4 (5.48V) (5V General) 3 (0.G.8V) 3 (0V) IC705 1.48V) 4 (6V) 5-6 (12.28) 8 (5V) IC704 3.2) IC1004 3 (3.8V) 8 (5V) IC705 1.94V) .6V) P700 To SMPS PWB IC601 1.26V_VDDC Also.2V) LD1000 7 (0.8V_DDR 1 (N/C) 2 (3.3V) Flash Memory 7 (1.3V) 7-8 (5V) 5V (0V) Q701 PWR On 5V (5V) 0V (0.

62V Set on or off Only when set is on X400 1.95Vp/p 25Mhz X100 1.28Vp/p 12Mhz 4.48V X100 Location X1005 Location 1.55V X1005 MAIN PWB Crystal for Tuner Controller IC1004 60 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .58V 1.Main PWB X100 and X1005 Check IC100 Microprocessor Crystal 2.

This lets you know if the tuner internal PLL (Phase Locked Loop) system is locked. Illuminated PLL is normal.Main PWB LD1000 Function LD1000 Use LD1000 as a visual aid. Off is abnormal tuner lock. Main PWB LD1000 Location 61 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

Main PWB Tuner with Shield Off (Pin ID) 19 18 13 12 9 8 4 1 62 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

Possibility of two different tuners Pin 19 “Video” Signal MAIN PWB Tuner Location 2.Main PWB Tuner Video and SIF Output Check USING COLOR BAR SIGNAL INPUT Note: “Video Out” Signal only when receiving an analog Channel. 450mVp/p 63 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .24Vp/p Pin 12 and Pin 13 “Dig IF” Signal Pin 1 Pin 16 “SIF” Signal 700mVp/p Note: “Dig IF” Signal only when receiving a Digital Channel.

Main PWB Tuner Clock and Data Lines Note: SCL and SDA only active during an actual Channel Change. Pin 8 SDA 1V per/div 100uS 5V p/p Pin 9 SCL 1V per/div 64 100uS Spring 2009 5V p/p LCD DV 32LH30 .

Main PWB LVDS P800 Video Output Check
To confirm that the Main PWB is outputting Picture Content signals, check P800 (LVDS) cable for
output. Check pins 11-14,16-17, 19-24, 27-30, 32-33 and 35-40. Pins 35-36 carry the clock for TA
and 19-20 carry the clock for TB. These 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.
Pin 51

P800

2uS

Pin 1

Pin 11

Pin 1, 2, 3, 4 (LVDS 12V)

500nS

P800
Location
MAIN PWB

2uS

Pin 39
500nS

This is just a sample of two pins on the LVDS.
There are 8 pins on P801 carrying video.

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Main PWB Connector P700 to Power Supply Voltage and Diode Check
Odd Pins

P700 “Main PWB" to P201 “SMPS PWB"

Even Pins

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Diode
Check

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Diode
Check

1

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nc

Open

2

PWR-ON

0V

4.99V

2.8V

3

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

4

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

5

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

6

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

7

5.2V

5.14V

5.14V

1.5V

8

5.2V

5.14V

5.14V

1.5V

9

5.2V

5.14V

5.14V

1.5V

10

5.2V

5.14V

5.14V

1.5V

11

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

12

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

13

12V

0V

12.3V

Open

14

12V

0V

12.3V

Open

15

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

16

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

17

24V

0V

24.8V

Open

18

24V

0V

24.8V

Open

19

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Open

20

INV ON

0V

4.67V

3.17V

BR1

0V

1.65V

Open

22

Err Out

0V

0V

Gnd

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Open

24

PWM-DIM

0V

3.2V

1.33V

21
23
1

1

2

2

BR1 (A-DIM) Pin 21 Fixed and not used

PDIM Pin 24 can vary according to type of signal
being processed, OSD Backlight setting. 0.6V 0%
to 3.3V 100% and the Intelligent Sensor. Output
from the video processor chip.
Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed

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Main PWB LVDS Connector P800 Pin Identification
P800
51

10bit TA or
10bit TB

Video

1

Video

Video

Video

Not used
on T-CON

TB
Clock

Video
Video

Resolution

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But is Not Used by T-CON.1V 14 TXB1+ 0V 1.8V 37 TXA3- 0V 1.2V n/c 1.2V 1.2V 1.2V 1.18V 30 TXA1+ 0V 1.1V 13 TXB1- 0V 1.1V 4 LVDS 12V 0V 12.1V 1.1V 32 TXA2- 0V 1.1V 39 TXA4- 0V 1.1V 0.1V 1. 46~50 n/c 0V n/c 1.95V 25 BIT-SEL 0V 3.1V 1.1V 1.24V 1.2V 1. (See arrow on the T-CON PWB CN1 indicating pin 1) 68 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . 41.1V 11 N/C TXB0- 33 12 TXB0+ 0V 1.2V 1.Main PWB Connector P800 to T-CON Voltage and Diode Check Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed P800 "Main" CONNECTOR to CN1 "T-CON PWB“ Pins 6~10.1V 5.1V 20 TXBC+ 0V 1.1V 16 TXB2- 0V 1.2V 1.1V 3. 18.1V Gnd 27 TXA0- 0V 1. 31.2V 1.18V 28 TXA0+ 0V 1.1V 17 TXB2+ 0V 1.1V 38 TXA3+ 0V 1.1V OPC-EN 0V 0V 1.75V Open 23 TXB4- 0V 1.1V *Pin 44 PWM-DIM 3.1V 36 TXA0+ 0V 1.1V 45 LVDS-SEL 0V 0V 1.15V (Max 100%) to 0.1V 0.6V (Min 0%) Customer’s Menu Backlight setting.1V 1.1V 42 43 22 TXB3+ 0V 1.1V 3 LVDS 12V 0V 12.1V 1.2V 1.2V 1.1V 1.1V 44 OPC-OUT PWM-DIM 0V 0V 0V *0V 1.1V 3.8V 35 TXA2+ TXA0- 0V 0V 1.1V 19 TXBC- 0V 1.2V 1.1V 1.18V 29 TXA1- 0V 1. 34.2V 1. 26.1V 3.1V 1.1V 2 LVDS 12V 0V 12.1V 40 TXA4+ 0V 1.1V 1. 15.75V 21 TXB3- 0V 1. 51 all Ground 1 LVDS 12V 0V 12.

76V 12 POWER On/Off 0V 3.29V Open Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 69 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .3V_ST 3.1V 1.29V 3. IR/LED Control) Voltage and Diode Check 1 P1204 CONNECTOR "MAIN PWB" to P1 "Front IR / LED PWB Assy" Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check 1 SCL 3.3V 3.5V 7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9 IR 4.3V 3.3V 1.1V 5.4V 5 Key2 3.29V 0.3V 3.67V 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4 Key1 3.1V 6 5V ST 5.Main PWB Connector P1204 to (Ft.3V 1.3V Open 2 SDA 3.3V 1.8V Open 10 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 11 3.3V 3.8V 4.

6V 3 SPK-L(-) 0V 10.7V 2.6V 2 SPK-R(+) 0V 10.6V 4 SPK-L(+) 0V 10.7V 2.Main PWB Connector P600 to Speakers Voltage and Diode Check 1 P600 CONNECTOR "Main" to "Speakers" Pin LABEL SBY Run Diode Check 1 SPK-R(-) 0V 10.7V 2.6V Use speaker out to test for defective Audio Amp IC600 Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 70 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .7V 2.

This board receives its B+ (STBY5V) from the Main PWB. 71 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 . This is accomplished using multiple LEDs and a driver IC U2 which communicates with the Main board via Clock and Data lines.FRONT IR AND KEY BOARD SECTION The Front IR board contains the Infrared receiver and the Power LEDs.3V pull up for the keys is routed from the Main board through the Front IR board to the Side Key board. The 3. There are several Zener diodes on the board as well and since it receives STAND-BY 5V (STBY 5V) it could make the Power Supply or the Main board appear to be defective if a short was introduced to the stand by line. It also has connections to the side Key board. The Front Power LEDs pulsate or appear to move.

Front PWB Assembly (IR and Power LED) Layout (Front and Back View) U2 LED driver P1 P2 To Main PWB To Side Key PWB Note: STBY5V is routed to this board. Possibility of a short. Power LEDs IR Sensor To Main PWB 72 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

8V 2.8V 4.2V Diode Check taken with meter in Diode Mode with all Connectors Removed 73 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .8V 1 Key1 3.3V 3.41V 9 IR 4.3V 3.29V 3.3V 2.1V 2V 4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8 Gnd Gnd Gnd 2.Front IR/LED Control Connector P1 and P2 to Main Voltage and Diode Check P1 Connector “IR/LED Control PWB“ to "MAIN PWB" P404 Pin LABEL STBY Run P2 Connector “IR/LED Control PWB“ to “Side Key" P3000 Diode Check Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check 1 SCL 3.5V 10 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 11 3.3V_ST 3.29V Open 12 POWER On/Off 0V 3.3V 2.3V 3.8V 2 SDA 3.3V 3.3V Open 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4 Key1 3.3V Open 5 Key2 3.1V 5.29V 2.3V 3.3V Open 6 5V ST 5.3V Open 3 Key2 3.3V 3.

Side Key Assembly SW3001 SW3002 SW3003 SW3004 SW3005 SW3006 SW3007 SW3008 To Main PWB P3000 74 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

5 Ohms Volume (-) 270.8K Ohms Enter 10K Ohms CH (Up) 10K Ohms P3000 Voltage Measurements with Key pressed.24V CH (Up) 2. 4 KEY Pin 1 measured from Gnd KEY Pin 3 measured from Gnd Power 0.65V CH (Dn) 1.8K Ohms CH (Dn) 4.24V P3000 Connector “Side Key" to “IR/LED Control PWB“ P1 Pin Label STBY Run Diode Check 1 Key1 3.Side Key Assembly P3000 Information P3000 Resistance Measurements with Key pressed.5 Ohms Input 1.3V 3.65V Enter 2.906V Menu 1.179V Input 0.8K Ohms Volume (+) 1.3V Open 2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3 Key2 3.3V Open 4 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 75 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .179V Volume (-) 0.8K Ohms Menu 4. 1 KEY Pin 1 measured from Gnd KEY Pin 3 measured from Gnd Power 270.3V 3.906V Volume (+) 0.

Don’t forget to leave it in the On Position. ON OFF 76 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .Main Power Switch Note Pay attention to the Main Power Switch.

11 X 17 Foldout Section This section shows the 11X17 foldout that’s available in the Paper and Adobe version of the Training Manual. 77 Spring 2009 LCD DV 32LH30 .

1V 1. CN1 22V p/p 3.6V 0% to 3.29V Gnd 0.1V 16 TXAC+ 0V 1.78V) 2 (Gnd) 3 (5V) 4 (7. 1 (0.4V) 5 (2.2V 1.1V 1.3V-FE 1 (0. 21.3V Gnd 5.26V_VDDC Also.1V 36 TXB2- 0V 1.45V Open 13 VBR_B 0V 3.2V 1.1V 1.8V Open 10 Gnd Gnd Gnd 11 12 3.2) 3 (3.3V 3 (3.1V 14 TXA3+ 0V 1.1V 41 TXB0LVDS 12V 0V 0V 1. Output from the Video Processing chip IC100.3V 100%.85V (0V) Gnd C IC705 1. 18.5V Fuses FL2 STBY 7 8 3.3V 3.1V 15 TXA3- 0V 1.729V 4 VBL 0V 24. Be sure to reinsert screws before operating set with shield removed.48V) 3 (0.8V) 8 (Gnd) Reset IC100 Q702 Inv-On Control 3.2V) 7 (0.2V 1.67V nc 24.1V 1.5A D252 48Khz input Pin 1 Pin 6 6 F1 (12V) SMPS TEST 2: Jump pin 2 to pin 20 (INV-ON).18V) 4-5 (N/C) 6 (1. 26.2V 1.B PC/ DDC 4 (5V) Grayed Out ICs are located on Back 1 P1204 CONNECTOR "MAIN PWB" to J1 "Front IR / LED PWB Label STBY Run Diode Check Pin 1 SCL 3.52V 0.3V 3.2V 1.14 11. D251 Run V BIT.18V 24 25 TXA0+ TXA0- 0V 0V 1. D255 D602 6 Gnd FSU10B60 Q101.2V) 4-5 (N/C) 6 (1.3V_ST POWER On/Off 0V 3.8V 17 TXACTXA2+ 0V 0V 1.14V Gnd 4.10 3.2KV To Backlight Left Side F501 Q101 T2 Side (Key) Controls 1. (Test Voltage Outputs 12V.40V Open 14 Error 0V 0V Open LED1 On then Off after ballast fires 24V LED D255 6 To Backlight Right Side P101 o J3 Front PWB Diode Check 3.6 2 INV.1V 1. 0V (0.48V) 4 (6V) 5-6 (12.12 7.1V 12.9.52V 0.8V Amp 1 (3.1V 1.52V 0.8V_DDR 1 (N/C) 2 (3.75V 29 3. (Ballast and all voltages should turn on).1V 1.1V 35 TXB2+ 0V 1.1V 1.8V 4.1V 1.2V_PVSB 1 (N/C) 2 (3.14V Gnd 0V 4.3V 2 3 4 Gnd Key2 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 3.26V_VDDC IC704 3.28V) 7 (3. 42~46 are all Ground Pins 1~6 and 47 Are not used CN1 CONNECTOR "T-CON” PWB CON PWB Warning: T-Con PWB under shield.87V) 7 (0.1V 32 TXBC+ 0V 1.4V 5 Key2 3. 0.1V 48 TXA1- 0V 1.1V 3.2V Open nc nc nc 23 nc IC704 3.1V 3.52V 0.29V 3.1V 39 TXB1- 0V 1.95V CN3 US2 FL1 1 (0V) 2 (1.3V 1. 34.18 15.1V 1.SEL TXB4- To SMPS PWB Ballast UC1 D9 12V to T-CON Pin 48 ~ 51 P203 STBY 27 9 10 CN1 Do not run Ballast without heat sink attached Pin ID 1.1V 1.729V 2 VBL 0V 24.18V Q706 1 (5V) 2 (0.2V) 7 (0.52V 0.18V) 3 (3.3V) Gnd Pin 0V CN4 L2 Diode Test 0V TO TFT MODULE FL4 Run V LVDS.28V) IC601 IC702 ( ) = Off IC600 Audio 56 Pin B IC105 HDCP EEPROM 1-2 (Gnd) 3 (5V) 5-6 (0V) 4-7 (Gnd) 6 (1.2KV 16.2V 1.94V) IC1003 13 DIF 12 DIF + IC1200 R.3V Fuses FL3 Pin ID Pin 22 Err Out 0V 0V Open 21 BR1 0V 1.8V) 8 (Gnd) TUNER 19 Video 16 SIF 15 (5V) IC500 IC501 E IC1000 X1005 25 Mhz IC101 X100 12 Mhz IC1003 5V-Tuner source 1 (12V) 2 (Gnd) 3 (8. and 24V).3V) Mstar 7 (1.3A / 250V A/C Fuse F100 L N SK100 J3 IR Receiver Power Button ~ ~ + Power Supply Front PWB Assembly (Interface) J1 PWM-DIM OPC-OUT 0V 0V *0V 0V Open 1.1V 0.1V 49 LVDS 12V 0V 12.76V Open Tuner Data .3V 1. Disconnect P800 on Main PWB.8V Gnd 12.9 or 10 (5V) to pin 2 using a 10K resistor.1V 1.2V 1.G.73V Gnd Open Gnd Open Gnd Open 1 nc nc nc nc Pin 21 BR1 (ADIM Analog Dimming) Fixed and not used Pin 24 PDIM (Digital Dimming) can vary according to type of signal being processed and the OSD Backlight setting.28) 8 (5V) Q706 Switch (12V LVDS) (5V General) P201 Even“SMPS” to P700 “Main” 3.1V 3.5.1V 50 51 LVDS 12V LVDS 12V 0V 0V 12.99V Open nc 0.8.2V 12.3V) 5V (0V) 7-8 (5V) Q701 PWR On 5V (5V) 0V (0.1V 38 TXB1+ 0V 1.18V Q602 32 23 TXA1+ 0V 1. D251.3V 3.1V 6 5V ST 5.3V 3.SEL TO TFT MODULE 1.1V 13 TXA4- 0V 1.3V) 8 (3.24V 1.1V 5.1V OPC-EN 0V 0V 1.1V 1.1V 12 TXA4+ 0V 1.2V 1.8V) 3 (3.1V 33 TXBC- 0V 1.18V 3.29V 3.729V 5 VBL 0V 24.12V) 6 (3.2V) LD1000 MAIN (Digital) Board KEY IC500 / IC501 HDMI EDID To Speakers P600 To Front Control P1204 * 1.15A / 250V Rating 335V Actual Reading Q102 T1 L1 P201 Gen PT # LOC D201.5V 7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 9 IR 4.2V 1.3V 1.3V Open Pin Label STBY Run 1 Key1 3.8.78V) 2 (Gnd) 3 (5V) IC100 4 (5.6V) IC601 1.1V 1.3V_FE IC702 (3.16V) IC1002 To T-CON (LVDS) Main Micro 5V-Tuner 1 (8.16 13. Jump pin 7.ON nc 24V Gnd 12V Gnd 5V Gnd PWR-ON 0V nc 0V Gnd 0V Gnd 5.67V Open 12 On/Off 0V 3.2V) 2 (1.94V) 2 (2. 37.729V 6 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 7 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 8 Gnd Gnd Gnd 9 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 10 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 11 BVR_A VBR_A 0V 1.3V T-CON SMPS TEST 1: To Force Power Supply On.75V 31 TXB3- 0V 1.2V 1.729V 3 VBL 0V 24.1V 30 TXB3+ 0V 1. P203 "SMPS" to CN1 "Ballast" Pin Label STBY Run Diode DiodeCheck Check 1 VBL 0V 24.66V Open 20 19 17.37V) 3 (5V) 4 (N/C) 5 (Gnd) P800 IC1004 8vsb/ QAM Flash Memory 1-2 (0V) 3-4 (0V) 5-6 (0V) 7-8 (3.1V 19 40 TXB0+ 0V 1.9V 20 bit LVDS 6.67V 3 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 4 Key1 3.3V 3.8V) 3 (0V) IC107 Power Det 1 (Gnd) 2 (Reset) .1V 0.3V_ST) 1 (5V) 2 (3.4.9V) Video 5 (5V) Processor 6 (1.8V) 8 (5V) L726 L710 IC107 IC701 IC701 1.8V 20 TXA2- 0V 1.32LH30 INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM Pins 1.3V Open 2 SDA 3.11 Q102 K6A60D K13A60D Q602 1 Diode Test 0V 0V Note: CN1 Pin 1 is P800 Pin 51 P800 “Main” TO CN1 “T-CON” D201 34V p/p 1 D8 63V/1.6V) P700 Pin Label STBY Run Check 24 PDIM 0V 3. 11.3V Open Gnd Gnd Gnd P101 SK101 Main Power Switch D602 A/C Rectifier 4A 1.3V) 3 (0V) IC105 IC705 1. MBRF10100CT D252.2V 1.

32LH30 Direct View LCD This concludes the 32LH30 training presentation. .