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SERVICE MANUAL

CHASSIS : LJ46B

MODEL : 32LB580B

32LB580B-SB

CAUTION

BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

2

PRODUCT SAFETY

3

SPECIFICATION .......................................................................................

4

ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION

12

BLOCK DIAGRAM

19

20

EXPLODED VIEW

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These parts are identified

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 Shock, Fire, or other Hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

General Guidance

An isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks.

It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be inadvertently introduced during the service operation.

If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this TV receiver is blown, replace it with the specified.

When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1 W), keep the resistor 10 mm away from PCB.

Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts.

Before returning the receiver to the customer,

always perform an AC leakage current check on the exposed metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, etc., to be sure the set is safe to operate without damage of electrical shock.

Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check)

With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone jacks, etc. If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the measured resistance should be between 1 MΩ and 5.2 MΩ. When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the reading must be infinite. An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the receiver is returned to the customer.

Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure)

Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet.

Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check.

Connect 1.5 K / 10 watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15 uF capacitor

between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity. Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to 0.5 mA. In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and repaired before it is returned to the customer.

Leakage Current Hot Check circuit

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related

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SERVICING PRECAUTIONS

CAUTION: Before servicing receivers covered by this service manual and its supplements and addenda, read and follow the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS on page 3 of this publication. NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions on page 3 of this publication, always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First.

General Servicing Precautions

  • 1. Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC power source before;

    • a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board mod- ule or any other receiver assembly.

    • b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical plug or other electrical connection.

    • c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the receiver. CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an explo- sion hazard.

  • 2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate high voltage meter or other voltage measuring device (DVM, FETVOM, etc) equipped with a suitable high voltage probe. Do not test high voltage by "drawing an arc".

  • 3. Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any of its assemblies.

  • 4. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, clean electrical contacts only by applying the following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or comparable non-abrasive applicator; 10 % (by volume) Acetone and 90 %

  • (by volume) isopropyl alcohol (90 % - 99 % strength) CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, lubrication of

    contacts in not required.

    • 5. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which receivers covered by this service manual might be equipped.

    • 6. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed.

    • 7. Always connect the test receiver ground lead to the receiver chassis ground before connecting the test receiver positive lead. Always remove the test receiver ground lead last.

    • 8. Use with this receiver only the test fixtures specified in this

    service manual. CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap to any heat sink in this receiver.

    Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices

    Some semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged eas-

    ily 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 dam-

    age caused by static by static electricity.

    • 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alter- natively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed to prevent poten- tial shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.

    • 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or expo- sure of the assembly.

    • 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.

    • 4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.

    • 5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.

    • 6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electri- cally shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).

    • 7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.

    CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.

    • 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replace- ment ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity suf- ficient to damage an ES device.)

    General Soldering Guidelines

    • 1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and appropriate tip size and shape that will maintain tip temperature within the range or 500 °F to 600 °F.

    • 2. Use an appropriate gauge of RMA resin-core solder composed of 60 parts tin/40 parts lead.

    • 3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well tinned.

    • 4. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a mall wire- bristle (0.5 inch, or 1.25 cm) brush with a metal handle. Do not use freon-propelled spray-on cleaners.

    • 5. Use the following unsoldering technique

      • a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature. (500 °F to 600 °F)

      • b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts.

      • c. Quickly draw the melted solder with an anti-static, suction- type solder removal device or with solder braid. CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil.

  • 6. Use the following soldering technique.

    • a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach a normal temperature (500 °F to 600 °F)

    • b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder the strand against the component lead until the solder melts.

    • c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and hold it there only until the solder flows onto and around both the compo- nent lead and the foil. CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil.

    • d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle brush.

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    IC Remove/Replacement

    Some chassis circuit boards have slotted holes (oblong) through which the IC leads are inserted and then bent flat against the cir- cuit foil. When holes are the slotted type, the following technique should be used to remove and replace the IC. When working with

    boards using the familiar round hole, use the standard technique as outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above.

    Removal

    • 1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by gently prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as the solder melts.

    • 2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-type solder removal device (or with solder braid) before removing the IC.

    Replacement

    • 1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board.

    • 2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad and solder it.

    • 3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush. (It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to the areas).

    "Small-Signal" Discrete Transistor Removal/Replacement

    • 1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as close as possible to the component body.

    • 2. Bend into a "U" shape the end of each of three leads remaining on the circuit board.

    • 3. Bend into a "U" shape the replacement transistor leads.

    • 4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the corresponding leads extending from the circuit board and crimp the "U" with long nose pliers to insure metal to metal contact then solder each connection.

    Power Output, Transistor Device Removal/Replacement

    • 1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor leads.

    • 2. Remove the heat sink mounting screw (if so equipped).

    • 3. Carefully remove the transistor from the heat sink of the circuit board.

    • 4. Insert new transistor in the circuit board.

    • 5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead.

    • 6. Replace heat sink.

    Diode Removal/Replacement

    • 1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as pos- sible to diode body.

    • 2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicular y to the circuit board.

    • 3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new diode around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.

    • 4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it.

    • 5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints of the two "original" leads. If they are not shiny, reheat them and if necessary, apply additional solder.

    Fuse and Conventional Resistor Removal/Replacement

    • 1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of the circuit board hollow stake.

    • 2. Securely crimp the leads of replacement component around notch at stake top.

    • 3. Solder the connections. CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced component and adjacent components and the circuit board to prevent excessive component temperatures.

    Circuit Board Foil Repair

    Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed circuit board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to the circuit board causing the foil to separate from or "lift-off" the board. The following guidelines and procedures should be followed whenever

    this condition is encountered.

    At IC Connections

    To repair a defective copper pattern at IC connections use the following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper pattern side of the circuit board. (Use this technique only on IC connec- tions).

    • 1. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a sharp knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely necessary).

    • 2. carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic coating (if used) from the end of the remaining copper pattern.

    • 3. Bend a small "U" in one end of a small gauge jumper wire and carefully crimp it around the IC pin. Solder the IC connection.

    • 4. Route the jumper wire along the path of the out-away copper pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped end of the good copper pattern. Solder the overlapped area and clip off any excess jumper wire.

    At Other Connections

    Use the following technique to repair the defective copper pattern at connections other than IC Pins. This technique involves the installation of a jumper wire on the component side of the circuit board.

    • 1. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife. Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to ensure that a hazardous condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens.

    • 2. Trace along the copper pattern from both sides of the pattern break and locate the nearest component that is directly con- nected to the affected copper pattern.

    • 3. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the lead of the nearest component on one side of the pattern break to the lead of the nearest component on the other side. Carefully crimp and solder the connections. CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is dressed so the it does not touch components or sharp edges.

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    SPECIFICATION

    NOTE : Specifications and others are subject to change without notice for improvement.

    • 1. Application range

    This spec sheet is applied all of the 32”,39”,42”,47”,60” LED TV with LJ46B chassis.

    • 2. Test condition

    Each part is tested as below without special notice.

    1) Temperature : 25 ºC ± 5 ºC(77 ± 9 ºF), CST : 40 ºC±5 ºC 2) Relative Humidity: 65 % ± 10 % 3) Power Voltage Standard input voltage (100~240V@ 50/60Hz) * Standard Voltage of each products is marked by models. 4) Specification and performance of each parts are followed each drawing and specification by part number in accordance with BOM. 5) The receiver must be operated for about 20 minutes prior to the adjustment.

    3. Test method

    1) Performance: LGE TV test method followed 2) Demanded other specification

    • - Safety : CE, IEC specification

    • - EMC: CE, IEC

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    4. General Specification

    No

    Item

     

    Specification

     

    Remark

    1.

    Display Screen Device

    32” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1366*768

    32” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    39” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    42” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    47” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    50” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    55” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    60” wide Color Display Module

     

    Resolution: 1920*1080

    2.

    Aspect Ratio

    16:9

    All

    3.

    LCD Module

    32" TFT WUXGA LCD

     

    LC320DUE-FGA4 [32LB5800-SB]

    32" TFT WXGA LCD

     

    LC320DXE-FGA4 [32LB580B-SA/SB]

    39" TFT WUXGA LCD

     

    NC390DUN-VXBP1 [39LB5800-SB]

    42" TFT WUXGA LCD

       

    47” TFT WUXGA LCD

     

    LC470DUE-FGA4 [47LB5800-SB]

    50” TFT WUXGA LCD

       

    55” TFT WUXGA LCD

       

    60” TFT WUXGA LCD

       

    4.

    Operating Environment

    TFT

    1) Temp. : 0 ~ 40 deg

     

    LGE SPEC

    2) Humidity : 0 ~ 85%

    5.

    Storage Environment

    TFT

    1) Temp. : -20 ~ 60 deg 2) Humidity : 10 ~ 90%

    6.

    Input Voltage

    AC100 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz

       

    7.

    Power Consumption(Max) =

    HD

     
    • 32 W

    66.4

     

    LC320DXE-FGA3 [32LB580B-SA/SB]

    LCD(Module) + Backlight(LED)

    T120Hz

    D-LED

    FHD

     
    • 39 W

    38

     

    NC390DUN-VXBP1 [39LB5800-SB]

    T120Hz

     

    43.8

    • 47 W

     

    LC470DUE-FGA3 [47LB5800-SA]

    D-LED

    FHD

     
    • 60 W

       

    M120Hz

    D-LED

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    8.

    LCD Module

    Size

    Maker

    Inch

     

    (H)

    × (V) × (D)

     
     

    32”

    725.2

    x 424.4 x 35.0

    LC320DXE-FGA3 / LC320DUE-FGA3

    725.8

    x 425 x 37.4

    39”

    853.92

    × 480.33 ×38.5

    NC390DUN-VXBP1 [39LB5800-SB]

    881.12

    x 512.1 x 46.7

     

    42”

    947.7

    x 546.65 x 9.7

     

    958

    x 559.1 x 9.9

     

    956.4

    x 555.0 x 37.4

     

    958.2

    x 555.8 x 35.0

     

    47”

    1059.5

    x 609.5 x 9.7

     

    1070.6

    x 622.0 x 9.9

     

    1068.0

    x 617.8 x 38.8

     

    1059.5

    x 609.5 x 9.7

     

    1067.6

    x 617.4 x 36.5

     

    60”

    1333.0

    x 758.94 x 1.42

     

    1346.8

    x 774.4 x 29.9

     

    Pixel Pitch

    Maker

    Inch

     

    (H)

    × (V) × (D)

     
     

    32”

    170.25

    x 510.75

     

    363.75

    x 363.75

     

    510.75

    x510.75

     

    39”

    176.75*530.25

    NC390DUN-VXBP1 [39LB5800-SB]

    444.75

    x 444.75

     

    42”

    483.3

    x 483.3

     

    483.3

    x 483.3

     

    483.3

    x 483.3

     

    483.3

    x 483.3

     

    483.3

    x 483.3

     

    47”

    541.5

    x 541.5

     

    541.5

    x 541.5

     

    541.5

    x 541.5

     

    541.5

    x 541.5

     

    541.5

    x 541.5

     

    541.5

    x 541.5

     

    60”

    687

    x 687

     

    687

    x 687

     

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    5. External Input Support Format

    5.1. Component input(Y, PB, PR)

    No

    Resolution

    H-freq(kHz)

    V-freq.(kHz)

    Pixel clock

    Proposed

     
    • 1. 720*480

    15.73

    60

    13.5135

    SDTV ,DVD 480I

     
    • 2. 720*480

    15.73

    59.94

    13.5

    SDTV ,DVD 480I

     
    • 3. 720*480

    31.50

    60

    27.027

    SDTV 480P

     
    • 4. 720*480

    31.47

    59.94

    27.00

    SDTV 480P

     
    • 5. 720*576

    15.625

    50*

     
    • 13.5 SDTV 576I

     
    • 6. 720*576

    31.25

    50*

     
    • 13.5 SDTV 576P

     
    • 7. 1280*720

    37.5

    50*

     
    • 74.25 HDTV 720P

     
    • 8. 1280*720

    45.00

    60.00

     
    • 74.25 HDTV 720P

     
    • 9. 1280*720

    44.96

    59.94

    74.176

    HDTV 720P

     
    • 10. 1929*1080

    28.125

    50*

     
    • 74.25 HDTV 1080I

     
    • 11. 1920*1080

    33.75

    60.00

     
    • 74.25 HDTV 1080I

     
    • 12. 1920*1080

    33.72

    59.94

    74.176

    HDTV 1080I

     
    • 13. 1920*1080

    56.25

    50*

    148.5

    HDTV 1080P

     
    • 14. 1920*1080

    67.50

    60

    148.50

    HDTV 1080P

     
    • 15. 1920*1080

    67.432

    59.94

    148.352

    HDTV 1080P

     
    • 16. 1920*1080

    27.00

    24.00

    74.25

    HDTV 1080P

     
    • 17. 1920*1080

    26.97

    23.976

    74.176

    HDTV 1080P

     
    • 18. 1920*1080

    33.75

     
    • 30.00 HDTV 1080P

    74.25

     
     
    • 19. 1920*1080

    33.71

     
    • 29.97 HDTV 1080P

    74.176

     

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    5.2.1.

    DTV mode

           

    Pixel

       

    No

    Resolution

    H-freq(kHz)

    V-freq.(Hz)

    clock(MHz)

    Proposed

    Remark

    1

    720*480

    15.73

    59.94

    13.500

    SDTV, DVD 480I(525I)

    Spec. out but display

    2

    15.75

    60.00

    13.514

    SDTV, DVD 480I(525I)

    3

    720*576

    15.625

    50.00

    13.500

    SDTV, DVD 576I(625I) 50Hz

    4

    720*480

    31.47

    59.94

    27

    SDTV 480P

     

    5

    31.5

    60.00

    27.027

    SDTV 480P

     

    6

    720*576

     

    50.00

    • 31.25 SDTV 576P

    27

       

    7

    1280*720

     

    59.94

    • 44.96 HDTV 720P

    74.176

       

    8

    45

    60.00

    74.25

    HDTV 720P

     

    9

    37.5

    50.00

    74.25

    HDTV 720P

     

    10

    1920*1080

    28.125

    50.00

    74.25

    HDTV 1080I

     

    11

     

    59.94

    • 33.72 HDTV 1080I

    74.176

       

    12

     

    60.00

    • 33.75 HDTV 1080I

    74.25

       

    13

     

    23.976

    • 26.97 HDTV 1080P

    63.296

       

    14

     

    24.000

    • 27.00 HDTV 1080P

    63.36

       

    15

     

    29.97

    • 33.71 HDTV 1080P

    79.120

       

    16

     

    30.00

    • 33.75 HDTV 1080P

    79.20

       

    17

     

    50.00

    • 56.25 HDTV 1080P

    148.5

       

    18

    67.432

    59.94

    148.350

    HDTV 1080P

     

    19

    67.5

    60.00

    148.5

    HDTV 1080P

     

    5.2.2.

    PC mode

    No.

    Resolution

     

    H-freq(kHz)

     

    V-freq.(kHz)

    Pixel clock

    Proposed

    Remarks

     
    • 1 640*350

    31.468

    70.09

    25.17

    EGA

     
     
    • 2 720*400

    31.469

    70.09

    28.32

    DOS

     
     
    • 3 640*480

    31.469

    59.94

    25.17

    VESA(VGA)

     
     
    • 4 800*600

    37.879

    60.31

     
    • 40 VESA(SVGA)

     
     
    • 5 1024*768

    48.363

    60.00

    • 65 VESA(XGA)

       
     
    • 6 1152*864

    54.348

     
    • 60.053 VESA(VGA)

    80.002

       
     
    • 7 1360*768

    47.712

     

    84.75

    • 60.015 VESA(WXGA)

     
     
    • 8 1280*1024

    63.981

     
    • 60.020 SXGA

    109.00

     

    Only FHD Model (Support to HDMI-PC)

     
    • 9 1920*1080

    67.5

     

    60

    158.40

    WUXGA (Reduced Blanking)

    Only FHD Model

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    5.3. 3D mode

    5.3.1.

    RF Input (3D supported mode manually)

     

    No

     

    Resolution

       

    Proposed

       

    3D input proposed mode

    1

    HD

    1080I

    2D to 3D

     

    720P

    Side by Side(Half) Top & Bottom

    2

    SD

    576P

    2D to 3D

    576I

    5.3.2.

    RF Input (3D supported mode automatically)

     

    No

     

    Signal

     

    3D input proposed mode

    1

    Frame Compatible

     

    Side by Side(Half), Top & Bottom

     

    5.3.3.

    HDMI Input 1.3 - DTV(3D supported mode manually)

     

    No

    Resolution

    H-freq(kHz)

     

    V-freq.(Hz)

    Pixel clock(MHz)

     

    Proposed

    Remark

    1

    1280*720

     

    45.00

    60.00

    • 74.25 HDTV 720P

     

    2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Single Frame Sequential

     
    • 2 1280*720

     

    37.500

     

    50

    • 74.25 HDTV 720P

     

    2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Single Frame Sequential

     
    • 3 1920*1080

     

    33.75

     
    • 60.00 HDTV 1080I

     
    • 74.25 2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom

     
    • 4 1920*1080

     

    28.125

     
    • 50.00 HDTV 1080I

     
    • 74.25 2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom

     
    • 5 1920*1080

     

    27.00

     
    • 24.00 HDTV 1080P

     
    • 74.25 2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Checkerboard

     
    • 6 1920*1080

     

    28.12

     

    25

    • 74.25 HDTV 1080P

     

    2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Checkerboard

     
    • 7 1920*1080

     

    33.75

    30.00

    • 74.25 HDTV 1080P

     

    2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Checkerboard

     
    • 8 1920*1080

     

    56.25

     

    50

    • 148.5 HDTV 1080P

     

    2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Checkerboard, Single Frame Sequential, Row Interleaving, Column Interleaving

     
    • 9 1920*1080

     

    67.50

    60.00

    • 148.5 HDTV 1080P

     

    2D to 3D Side by Side(half), Top & Bottom, Checkerboard, Single Frame Sequential, Row Interleaving, Column Interleaving

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    ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION

    • 1. Application Range

    This specification sheet is applied all of the LJ46B LED TV models, which produced in manufacture department or similar LG TV factory

    • 2. Notice

    (1) Because this is not a hot chassis, it is not necessary to use an isolation transformer. However, the use of isolation transformer will help protect test instrument. (2) Adjustment must be done in the correct order. But it is flexible when its factory local problem occurs. (3) The adjustment must be performed in the circumstance of 25 ±5ºC of temperature and 65±10% of relative humidity if there is no specific designation. (4) The input voltage of the receiver must keep 100~220V,

    50/60Hz.

    (5) Before adjustment, execute Heat-Run for 5 minutes.

    ▪ After Receive 100% Full white pattern (06CH) then process

    Heat-run (or “8. Test pattern” condition of Ez-Adjust status)

    ▪ How to make set white pattern

    1) Press Power ON button of Service Remocon 2) Press ADJ button of Service remocon. Select “8. Test pattern” and, after select “White” using navigation button, and then you can see 100% Full White pattern. * In this status you can maintain Heat-Run useless any pattern generator * Notice : if you maintain one picture over 20 minutes (Especially sharp distinction black with white pattern -13Ch, or Cross hatch pattern – 09Ch) then it can appear image stick near black level.

    4. PCB Assembly Adjustment

    4.1. MAC Address, ESN Key and Widevine Key download

    • 4.1.1. Equipment & Condition

    1) Play file: keydownload.exe

    • 4.1.2. Communication Port connection

    1) Key Write: Com 1,2,3,4 and 115200 (Baudrate) 2) Barcode: Com 1,2,3,4 and 9600 (Baudrate)

    • 4.1.3. Download process

    1) Select the download items. 2) Mode check: Online Only 3) Check the test process - DETECT -> MAC_WRITE -> ESN_WRITE -> WIDEVINE_ WRITE -> HDCP14_WRITE -> HDCP20_WRITE 4) Play : START 5) Check of result: Ready, Test, OK or NG

    • 4.1.4. Communication Port connection

    1) Connect: PCBA Jig -> RS-232C Port == PC -> RS-232C Port

    ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION 1. Application Range This specification sheet is applied all of the LJ46B LED TV
    • 3. Adjustment items

      • 3.1. PCB Assembly Adjustment

    ▪ MAC Address / ESN / Widevine Download ▪ EDID (The Extended Display Identification Data)/DDC

    (Display Data Channel) download * If it is necessary, it can adjustment at Manufacture Line You can see set adjustment status at “1. ADJUST CHECK” of the “In-start menu”

    • 3.2. Set Assembly Adjustment

    ▪ Color Temperature (White Balance) Adjustment ▪ Using RS-232C ▪ PING Test ▪ Selection Factory output option

    • 4.1.5. Download

    1) 14Y LED TV+MAC+Widevine+ESN

    HDCP2.0

    Key+ HDCP1.4

    and

    ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION 1. Application Range This specification sheet is applied all of the LJ46B LED TV
    • 4.1.6. Inspection

    - In INSTART menu, check these keys.

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    4.2. LAN PORT INSPECTION(PING TEST)

    • 4.2.1. Equipment setting

    1) Play the LAN Port Test PROGRAM. 2) Input IP set up for an inspection to Test Program.

    *IP Number : 12.12.2.2.

    4.2. LAN PORT INSPECTION(PING TEST) 4.2.1. Equipment setting 1) Play the LAN Port Test PROGRAM. 2)
    • 4.2.2. LAN PORT inspection (PING TEST)

    1) Play the LAN Port Test Program. 2) connect each other LAN Port Jack. 3) Play Test (F9) button and confirm OK Message. 4) remove LAN CABLE

    4.2. LAN PORT INSPECTION(PING TEST) 4.2.1. Equipment setting 1) Play the LAN Port Test PROGRAM. 2)

    4.3. ADC Adjust => No need at Assembly line because of OPT type

    * OTP mode Automatic ADC Calibration. (Internal ADC Calibration) On the manufacture line, OTP is used for ADC Calibration automatically.

    * External mode Manual ADC Calibration. When OTP mode is failed, ADC calibration should be “OK” by using External mode.

    - If you want re-adjust for ADC.

    ■ Enter Service Mode by pushing “ADJ” key, ■ Enter Internal ADC mode by pushing “►” key at “6. ADC

    Calibration”

    4.2. LAN PORT INSPECTION(PING TEST) 4.2.1. Equipment setting 1) Play the LAN Port Test PROGRAM. 2)

    Adjustment protocol

    Order

    Command

    Set response

    (1) Inter the Adjustment mode

    aa 00 00

    a 00 OK00x

    (2) Change the Source

    xb 00 40 xb 00 60

    b 00 OK40x (Adjust 480i Comp1 ) (Adjust 1080p Comp1) b 00 OK60x (Adjust 1080p RGB)

    (3) Start Adjustment

    ad 00 10

     

    (4) Return the Response

     

    OKx ( Success condition ) NGx ( Failed condition )

    (5) Read Adjustment data

    ( main)

    (main : component1 480i, RGB 1080p)

    ad 00 20

    000000000000000000000000007c007b-

    ( main )

    006dx

    ad 00 30

    (main : component1 1080p)

    000000070000000000000000007c0083

    0077x

    (6) Confirm Adjustment

    ad 00 99

    NG 03 00x (Failed condition) NG 03 01x (Failed condition) NG 03 02x (Failed condition) OK 03 03x (Success condition)

    (7) End of Adjustment

    ad 00 90

    d 00 OK90x

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    5. Factory Adjustment

    5.1. EDID (The Extended Display Identification Data)/DDC (Display Data Channel) Download

    ● Summary ▪ It is established in VESA, for communication between PC

    and Monitor without order from user for building user condition. It helps to make easily use realize “Plug and Play” function. For EDID data write, we use DDC2B protocol.

    ● Auto Download (No need Writing EDID data in Assembly line)

    ▪ After Set Tool Option, then TV turn off and on finish auto

    5.2. Adjustment White balance

    ● W/B Equipment condition

    CA210 : CH 9, Test signal : Inner pattern (80IRE) – LAMP Module

    CH14

    , Test

    signal :

    Inner pattern (80IRE) – LED

    Module CH18 , Test signal : Inner pattern (80IRE) – ALEF Module

    ● Above 5 minutes H/run in the inner pattern. (“power on” key of

    adjust remote control)

    The spec of color temperature and coordinate.

    download * EDID data for 3DTV (FHD) – 39/42/47/60LB5800-SA (Model

     

    Cool

    (C50)

    13,000k

    K

    X=0.269 (±0.002)

    Y=0.273 (±0.002)

    <Test signal>

    • - Inner pattern

    name = LG TV ) . * Rev. xxx to confirm that, Rev. up subject to change(DV

    All

    Medium

    9,300k

    K

    X=0.285 (±0.002)

    for W/B adjust

    version)

    (0)

    Y=0.293 (±0.002)

    • - External white

    Warm

    6,500k

    K

    X=0.313 (±0.002)

     

    pattern (80IRE,

    204gray)

    • - HDMI EDID table

     

    (W50)

    Y=0.329 (±0.002)

     
    ※ LB58xx Series (Normal Line) - Except Winter Season ( Jan. , Feb. ) and Global
     

    LB58xx Series (Normal Line) - Except Winter Season ( Jan. , Feb. ) and Global table CMI Module)

    (LGD,

       

    Cool

     

    Medium

     

    Warm

    H/R Time(Min)

    x

     

    y

    x

    x

    y

    x

    271

     
    • 270 293

    285

     

    313

    329

     
    • 1 0-2

    281

     
    • 287 310

    295

     

    320

    342

     
    • 2 3-5

    280

     
    • 285 308

    294

     

    319

    340

     
    • 3 6-9

    278

     
    • 284 307

    292

     

    317

    339

     
    • 4 10-19

    276

     
    • 281 304

    290

     

    315

    336

     
    • 5 20-35

    275

     
    • 277 300

    289

     

    314

    332

     
    • 6 36-49

    274

     
    • 274 297

    288

     

    313

    329

     
    • 7 50-79

    273

     
    • 272 295

    287

     

    312

    327

       
    • 8 80-119

    272

     
    • 271 294

    286

     

    311

    326

    • - HDMI-1 EDID table (0xE7, 0X1B)

       
    • 9 Over 120

    271

     
    • 270 293

    285

     

    310

    325

    • A. If the LVDS supports 8bit (not support Deep color) , CEA

    LB58xx Series (Normal Line)

    - Only Winter Season in Korea

    Block 0x23 :80, 0x24 : 1E)

    ( Jan. , Feb.) (LGD, CMI Module)

    1) HDMI 1 Check sum : 0xE7, 0X1B (CEA Block 0x21 :10) 2) HDMI 2 Check sum : 0xE7, 0X0B (CEA Block 0x21 :20)

       

    Cool

     

    Medium

     

    Warm

    3) HDMI 3 Check sum : 0xE7, 0XFB (CEA Block 0x21 :30)

    H/R Time(Min)

    x

     

    y

    x

    x

    y

    x

    • B. If the LVDS supports 10bit (support Deep color) , CEA Block 0x23 :B8, 0x24 : 2D)

    271

     
    • 270 293

    285

     

    313

    329

     
    • 1 0-2

    283

     
    • 292 315

    297

     

    322

    347

    1) HDMI 1 Check sum : 0xE7, 0X1B (CEA Block 0x21 :10)

     
    • 2 3-5

    282

     
    • 290 313

    296

     

    321

    345

    2) HDMI 2 Check sum : 0xE7, 0X0B (CEA Block 0x21 :20) 3) HDMI 3 Check sum : 0xE7, 0XFB (CEA Block 0x21 :30

     
    • 3 6-9

    280

     
    • 288 311

    294

     

    319

    343

       
    • 4 10-19

    277

     
    • 284 307

    291

     

    316

    339

     
    • 5 20-35

    275

     
    • 279 302

    289

     

    314

    334

     
    • 6 36-49

    274

     
    • 275 298

    288

     

    313

    330

     
    • 7 50-79

    273

     
    • 272 295

    287

     

    312

    327

     
    • 8 80-119

    272

     
    • 271 294

    286

     

    311

    326

     
    • 9 Over 120

    271

     
    • 270 293

    285

     

    310

    325

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    LB58xx Series (Aging Chamber) – LGD, CMI Module

    ● Auto adjustment Map(RS-232C)

     

    Cool

    Medium

    Warm

     

    RS-232C COMMAND

     
               

    [ CMD

     

    ID

    DATA ]

               

    H/R Time(Min)

    x

    y

    x

    x

    y

    x

    Wb

    00

    00

    White Balance Start

     

    271

    • 270 285

     
    • 293 313

       
    • 329 Wb

    00

    ff

    White Balance End

    1

    0-5

    280

    • 285 294

     
    • 308 319

           
    • 340 RS-232C COMMAND

    MIN

     

    CENTER

    MAX

    2

    6-10

    276

    • 280 290

       
    • 303 315

     
    • 335 [CMD ID DATA]

    (DEFAULT)

                     

    3

    11-20

    272

    • 275 286

     
    • 298 311

       
    • 330 Cool

    Mid

    Warm

    00

    Cool

    Mid

    Warm

                     

    4

    21-30

    269

    • 272 283

     
    • 295 308

         
    • 327 R Gain

    Jg

    ja

    jd

    00

    172

    • 192 192

    192

                     

    5

    31-40

    267

    • 268 281

     
    • 291 306

         
    • 323 G Gain

    Jh

    jb

    je

    00

    172

    • 192 192

    192

                     

    6

    41-50

    266

    • 265 280

     
    • 288 305

         
    • 320 B Gain

    Ji

    jc

    jf

    192

    • 192 172

    192

                     

    7

    51-80

    265

    • 263 279

     
    • 286 304

         
    • 318 R Gain

    64

    • 64 64

    128

                     

    8

    81-119

    264

    • 261 278

     
    • 284 303

         
    • 316 G Gain

    64

    • 64 64

    128

                     

    9

    Over 120

    264

    • 260 278

     
    • 283 303

         
    • 315 B Gain

    64

    • 64 64

    128

     

    Connecting picture of the measuring instrument (On Automatic control) Inside PATTERN is used when W/B is controlled. Connect to auto controller or push Adjustment R/C POWER-ON -> Enter the mode of White-Balance, the pattern will come out

    ※ LB58xx Series (Aging Chamber) – LGD, CMI Module ● Auto adjustment Map(RS-232C) Cool Medium Warm

    ● Auto-control interface and directions

    (1) Adjust in the place where the influx of light like floodlight around is blocked. (Illumination is less than 10ux). (2) Adhere closely the Color Analyzer ( CA210 ) to the module less than 10cm distance, keep it with the surface of the Module and Color Analyzer’s Prove vertically.(80~100°). (3) Aging time - After aging start, keep the power on (no suspension of power supply) and heat-run over 5 minutes. - Using ‘no signal’ or ‘full white pattern’ or the others, check the back light on.

    ● Manual W/B process using adjusts Remote control.(TBD)

    • - Color analyzer(CA100+, CA210) should be used in the calibrated ch by CS-1000

    • - Operate the zero-calibration of the CA100+ or CA-210, then stick sensor to the module when adjusting

    • - After enter Service Mode by pushing “ADJ” key,

    - Enter White Balance by pushing “►” key at “8. White Balance”
    - Enter
    White
    Balance
    by
    pushing
    “►”
    key
    at
    “8.
    White
    Balance”

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    ● For manual adjustment, it is also possible by the following

    sequence (1) Set TV in Adj. mode using “P-ONLY” key on remote controller and then operate heat run longer than 15 minutes. (If not executed this step, the condition for W/B may be different.) (2) Push “Exit” key.

    (3) Enter White Balance mode by pushing the ADJ key and select

    “8. White Balance”. When KEY (►) is pressed, 206 Gray

    internal pattern will be displayed.

    (4) Zero Calibrate the probe of Color Analyzer, then place it on the center of LCD module within 10cm of the surface

    (5) Select each items (Red/Green/Blue Gain) using ▲/▼(CH +/-)

    key on R/C ..

    (6) Adjust R/ G/ B Gain using ◄/►(VOL +/-) key on R/C.

    (7) Adjust three modes all (Cool / Medium / Warm) -Fix the one of R/G/B gain and change the others (8) When adjustment is completed, exit adjustment mode using EXIT key on R/C.

    CASE Cool

    - First adjust the coordinate far away from the target value(x, y). (1) x, y > target

    ● RS-232C Command (Commonly apply)

    RS-232C COMMAND

    Explanation

    CMD

    DATA

    ID

    wb

    00

    00

    White Balance adjustment start

    Wb

    00

    10

    Start of adjust gain (Inner white pattern)

    wb

    00

    1f

    End of gain adjust

    wb

    00

    20

    Start of offset adjust(Inner white pattern)

    wb

    00

    2f

    End of offset adjust

    wb

    00

    ff

    End of White Balance adjust (Inner pattern disappeared)

    ▪ “wb 00 00”: Start Auto-adjustment of white balance. ▪ “wb 00 10”: Start Gain Adjustment (Inner pattern) ▪ “jb 00 c0” :

    ▪ … ▪ “wb 00 1f”: End of Adjustment

    * If it needs, offset adjustment (wb 00 20-start, wb 00 2f-end)

    ▪ “wb 00 ff”: End of white balance adjustment (inner pattern

    disappear)

    (i)

    Decrease the R, G.

    Notice) Adjustment Mapping information

     

    (2) x, y < target

     

    RS-232C COMMAND

    MIN

     

    CENTER

    MAX

    (i)

    First decrease the B gain,

    [CMD ID DATA]

    (DEFAULT)

    (ii) Decrease the one of the others.

       

    Cool

    Mid

    Warm

    00

    Cool

    Mid

    Warm

     
     

    (3) x > target ,

    y < target

                     

    (i)

    First decrease B, so make y a little more than the target.

    R Gain

    Jg

    ja

    jd

    00

    172

    192

    192

    192

    (ii) Adjust x value by decreasing the R

     

    G Gain

    Jh

    jb

    je

    00

    172

    192

    192

    192

     

    (4) x < target ,

    y > target

    B Gain

    Ji

    jc

    jf

     

    192

    192

    172

    192

    (i)

    First decrease B, so make x a little more than the target.

    (ii) Adjust x value by decreasing the G

     

    R Gain

           

    64

    64

    64

    128

     

    G Gain

           

    64

    64

    64

    128

    After You finish all adjustments, Press “In-start” button and

    compare Tool option and Area option value with its BOM, if it is

    B Gain

           

    64

    64

    64

    128

    correctly same then unplug the AC cable. If it is not same, then correct it same with BOM and unplug AC cable. For correct it to the model’s module from factory JIG model.

     

    Push The “IN STOP KEY” after completing the function inspection.

     
     

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    5.3.

    HDMI ARC Function Inspection

    5.5. MHL Test

    • 5.3.1. Test equipment

      • - Optic Receiver Speaker

      • - MSHG-600 (SW: 1220 ↑)

      • - HDMI Cable (for 1.4 version)

  • 5.3.2. Test method

  • (1) Insert the HDMI Cable to the HDMI ARC port from the master equipment (HDMI1)

    5.3. HDMI ARC Function Inspection 5.5. MHL Test 5.3.1. Test equipment - Optic Receiver Speaker -

    (2) Check the sound from the TV Set

    5.3. HDMI ARC Function Inspection 5.5. MHL Test 5.3.1. Test equipment - Optic Receiver Speaker -

    (3) Check the Sound from the Speaker or using AV & Optic TEST program (It’s connected to MSHG-600)

    5.3. HDMI ARC Function Inspection 5.5. MHL Test 5.3.1. Test equipment - Optic Receiver Speaker -

    * Remark: Inspect in Power Only Mode and check SW version in a master equipment

    5.3. HDMI ARC Function Inspection 5.5. MHL Test 5.3.1. Test equipment - Optic Receiver Speaker -
    • 5.4. Selection of Country option

    Selection of country option is allowed only North American model (Not allowed Korean model). It is selection of Country about Rating and Time Zone.

    ▪ Models: All models which use LJ22E Chassis (See the first

    page.)

    ▪ Press “In-Start” button of Service Remocon, then enter the

    “Option” Menu with “PIP CH-“ Button

    ▪ Select one of these three (USA, CANADA, MEXICO) defends

    on its market using “Vol. +/-“button.

    Step 1) Turn on TV Step 2) Select HDMI4 mode using input Menu. Step 3) Set MHL Zig(M1S0D3617) using MHL input, output and power code. Step 4) Connect HDMI cable between MHL Zig and HDMI4 port. Step 5) Check LED light of Zig and Module of Set

    5.3. HDMI ARC Function Inspection 5.5. MHL Test 5.3.1. Test equipment - Optic Receiver Speaker -

    Result) If, The LED light is green and The Module shows normal stream -> OK Else -> NG

    Caution : Don’t push The INSTOP KEY after completing the function inspection.

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    6. GND and HI-POT Testing

    • 6.1. GND & HI-POT auto-check preparation Check the connection between set and power cord

    (1) Check the POWER CABLE and SIGNAL CABE insertion condition

    • 6.2. GND & HI-POT auto-check

    (1) Pallet moves in the station. (POWER CORD / AV CORD is tightly inserted) (2) Connect the AV JACK Tester (3) Controller (GWS103-4) on. (4) GND Test (Auto)

    • - If Test is failed, Buzzer operates.

    • - If Test is passed, execute next process (Hi-pot test).

    (Remove A/V CORD from A/V JACK BOX) (5) HI-POT test (Auto)

    • - If Test is failed, Buzzer operates.

    • - If Test is passed, GOOD Lamp on and move to next process automatically

    • 6.3. Check Point

    (1) Test voltage 3 Poles : GND: 1.5KV/min at 100mA / SIGNAL: 3KV/min at

    100mA

    (2) TEST time: 1 second (3) TEST POINT 3 Poles : GND Test = POWER CORD GND and SIGNAL CABLE GND. Hi-pot Test = POWER CORD GND and LIVE & NEUTRAL. (4) LEAKAGE CURRENT: At 0.5mArms

    7. USB DOWNLOAD (*.epk file download)

    (1) Put the USB Stick to the USB socket (2) Press Menu key, and move OPTION

    (3)

    6. GND and HI-POT Testing 6.1. GND & HI-POT auto-check preparation Check the connection between set

    (4) Press “FAV” Press 7 times.

    6. GND and HI-POT Testing 6.1. GND & HI-POT auto-check preparation Check the connection between set

    (5) Select download file (epk file)

    6. GND and HI-POT Testing 6.1. GND & HI-POT auto-check preparation Check the connection between set

    (6) After download is finished, remove the USB stick. (7) Press “IN-START” key of ADJ remote control, check the S/W version

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    • X 27MHz

    -TAL

    Y/Pb/Pr

    CVBS

    TU_CVBS

    IF_P/N

    SIF

    I2C 6

    BLOCK DIAGRAM

    MODULE LVDS
    MODULE
    LVDS
    X-TAL 32.768MHz IR/ eyeQ/ LED/ Logo Lighting/ Control Key
    X-TAL
    32.768MHz
    IR/ eyeQ/
    LED/
    Logo Lighting/
    Control Key
    I2C 3
    I2C 3
    MICOM SPDIF EAR PHONE AMP. TPA6138
    MICOM
    SPDIF
    EAR PHONE AMP.
    TPA6138
    IC 105 MTK – A2 Wake On LAN
    IC 105
    MTK – A2
    Wake
    On
    LAN
    TUNER
    TUNER
    I2C 2 MHL SIL1292 I2C 0 HDMI 1/2/3
    I2C 2
    MHL
    SIL1292
    I2C 0
    HDMI 1/2/3
    I2C 1 HDCP EEPROM I2C 5 NVRAM DDR3 DDR3 DDR3 Data Micron Micron 4 Gb*2 2
    I2C 1
    HDCP EEPROM
    I2C 5
    NVRAM
    DDR3
    DDR3
    DDR3 Data
    Micron
    Micron
    4 Gb*2
    2 Gb*1
    eMMC SAMSUNG 4GB
    eMMC
    SAMSUNG
    4GB

    Copyright ©

    X 27MHz -TAL Y/Pb/Pr CVBS IF_P/N SIF I2C 6 BLOCK DIAGRAM MODULE LVDS X-TAL 32.768MHz IR/

    LG Electronics. Inc. All rights reserved.

    Only for training and service purposes

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    EXPLODED VIEW

    IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

    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 Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These

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    LV1
    200
    410
    521
    400
    530
    540
    121
    120
    500
    501
    560
    A2
    A10
    AT1
    310
    900
    * Set + Stand
    * Stand Base + Body

    Only for training and service purposes

    SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES 4.7uF C 1.8K R501 OPT OPT 5V 10V ZD500
    SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
    4.7uF
    C
    1.8K
    R501
    OPT
    OPT
    5V
    10V
    ZD500
    16V
    Q501
    C502
    0.1uF
    C501
    10K
    R502
    G
    D
    S
    PMV48XP
    OPT
    L503
    BLM18PG121SN1D
    OPT
    L502
    BLM18PG121SN1D
    OPT
    C504
    C506
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    MMBT3904(NXP)
    60mA
    BLM18PG121SN1D
    +3.5V_ST_WAKE
    +3.5V_ST_WAKE
    +3.3V_NORMAL
    L501
    AVDD_33SB
    +3.5V_ST
    WOL_CTL
    VDD3V3
    VDD3V3
    0.1uF
    THE
    C505
    C507
    Q500
    10uF
    10uF
    C503

    SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURES SPECIFIED PARTS BE USED FOR

    THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE

    SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

    SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
    SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
    SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
    OPT 0.1uF C539 +1.2V_MTK_CORE OPT 16V 0.1uF C541 VDD3V3 +1.5V_DDR DECAP FOR SOC Rework (BOTTOM) TP503
    OPT
    0.1uF
    C539
    +1.2V_MTK_CORE
    OPT
    16V
    0.1uF
    C541
    VDD3V3
    +1.5V_DDR
    DECAP FOR SOC Rework (BOTTOM)
    TP503
    TP502
    0.1uF
    C509
    0.1uF
    C511
    +1.5V_DDR
    DECAP FOR SOC (HIDDEN - UCC)
    IC500
    AP2121N-3.3TRE1
    VIN
    3
    2
    VOUT
    1
    C510
    GND
    C512
    1uF
    0.1uF
    16V
    10V
    BLM18PG121SN1D
    +1.2V_MTK_AVDD
    +1.2V_MTK_CORE
    +1.2V_MTK_CORE
    +1.2V_MTK_CORE
    POWER_ON/OFF1
    +3.5V_ST_WAKE
    +3.3V_NORMAL
    AVDD_33SB
    3.3V_EMMC
    5600mA
    TP500
    2.2uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    C514
    C531
    C535
    C517
    C532
    C508
    10uF
    10uF
    C523
    C520
    16V
    L505
    0.1uF
    C527
    10uF
    C513
    OPT
    OPT
    OPT
    BLM18PG121SN1D
    L504
    C518
    10uF
    OPT 0.1uF C539 +1.2V_MTK_CORE OPT 16V 0.1uF C541 VDD3V3 +1.5V_DDR DECAP FOR SOC Rework (BOTTOM) TP503
    +1.2V_MTK_CORE L11 R15 N12 VCCK_1 DVSS_24 T15 P12 VCCK_2 DVSS_25 U15 AG5 VCCK_3 DVSS_26 V15 AH5
    +1.2V_MTK_CORE
    L11
    R15
    N12
    VCCK_1
    DVSS_24
    T15
    P12
    VCCK_2
    DVSS_25
    U15
    AG5
    VCCK_3
    DVSS_26
    V15
    AH5
    VCCK_4
    DVSS_27
    W15
    AJ5
    VCCK_5
    DVSS_28
    Y15
    AK5
    VCCK_6
    DVSS_29
    AA15
    AL5
    VCCK_7
    DVSS_30
    AB15
    AM5
    VCCK_8
    DVSS_31
    T18
    AN5
    VCCK_9
    DVSS_32
    R16
    AK6
    VCCK_10
    DVSS_33
    T16
    AL6
    VCCK_11
    DVSS_34
    U16
    AM6
    VCCK_12
    DVSS_35
    V16
    AN6
    VCCK_13
    DVSS_36
    W16
    M11
    VCCK_14
    DVSS_37
    Y16
    N11
    VCCK_15
    DVSS_38
    AA16
    P11
    VCCK_16
    DVSS_39
    AB16
    R11
    VCCK_17
    DVSS_40
    R17
    M12
    VCCK_18
    DVSS_41
    T17
    R12
    VCCK_19
    DVSS_42
    U17
    L13
    VCCK_20
    DVSS_43
    V17
    L14
    VCCK_21
    DVSS_44
    Y17
    L15
    VCCK_22
    DVSS_45
    N16
    L17
    VCCK_23
    DVSS_46
    V18
    L18
    VCCK_24
    DVSS_47
    Y18
    L19
    VCCK_25
    DVSS_48
    P16
    T11
    VCCK_26
    DVSS_49
    V19
    U11
    VCCK_27
    DVSS_50
    Y19
    V11
    VCCK_28
    DVSS_51
    W17
    W11
    VCCK_29
    DVSS_52
    AA17
    Y11
    VCCK_30
    DVSS_53
    AB17
    AA11
    VCCK_31
    DVSS_54
    N19
    AB11
    VCCK_32
    DVSS_55
    AC14
    AC11
    VCCK_33
    DVSS_56
    C13
    R23
    VCCK_34
    DVSS_57
    K24
    L12
    VCCK_35
    DVSS_58
    K25
    W12
    VCCK_36
    DVSS_59
    L24
    V23
    VCCK_37
    DVSS_60
    M17
    Y12
    VCCK_38
    DVSS_61
    M18
    AF6
    VCCK_39
    DVSS_62
    M19
    AG6
    VCCK_40
    DVSS_63
    P17
    AH6
    VCCK_41
    DVSS_64
    P19
    AJ6
    VCCK_42
    DVSS_65
    N18
    AE7
    VCCK_43
    DVSS_66
    U20
    AF7
    VCCK_44
    DVSS_67
    V20
    AG7
    VCCK_45
    DVSS_68
    W20
    AD8
    VCCK_46
    DVSS_69
    Y20
    AE8
    VCCK_47
    DVSS_70
    AA20
    AF8
    VCCK_48
    DVSS_71
    R19
    AE9
    VCCK_49
    DVSS_72
    T19
    AC10
    VCCK_50
    DVSS_73
    M20
    AD10
    VCCK_51
    DVSS_74
    N20
    AD11
    VCCK_52
    DVSS_75
    U21
    AE10
    VCCK_53
    DVSS_76
    V21
    AF9
    VCCK_54
    DVSS_77
    W21
    AG8
    VCCK_55
    DVSS_78
    Y21
    AH7
    VCCK_56
    DVSS_79
    AA21
    AJ7
    VCCK_57
    DVSS_80
    P20
    AK7
    VCCK_58
    DVSS_81
    R20
    AL7
    VCCK_59
    DVSS_82
    T20
    AM7
    VCCK_60
    DVSS_83
    U22
    AN7
    VCCK_61
    DVSS_84
    V22
    L16
    VCCK_62
    DVSS_85
    W22
    V12
    VCCK_63
    DVSS_86
    Y22
    U12
    VCCK_64
    DVSS_87
    AA22
    T12
    VCCK_65
    DVSS_88
    N21
    AD13
    VCCK_66
    DVSS_89
    P21
    AD17
    VCCK_67
    DVSS_90
    R21
    AD14
    VCCK_68
    DVSS_91
    T21
    AB12
    VCCK_69
    DVSS_92
    M22
    AA12
    VCCK_70
    DVSS_93
    N22
    AC12
    VCCK_71
    DVSS_94
    P22
    VCCK_72
    DVSS_95
    R22
    DVSS_96
    T22
    T9
    DVSS_97
    M21
    Y10
    VCC3IO_C
    DVSS_98
    AC17
    AA10
    VCC3IO_B_1
    DVSS_99
    AA19
    D22
    VCC3IO_B_2
    DVSS_100
    M13
    E22
    VCC3IO_A_1
    DVSS_101
    M14
    VCC3IO_A_2
    DVSS_102
    M15
    DVSS_103
    AA13
    AC18
    DVSS_104
    AB13
    AB21
    DVSS_1
    DVSS_105
    AA14
    AB14
    DVSS_2
    DVSS_106
    AB19
    N13
    DVSS_3
    DVSS_107
    D6
    P13
    DVSS_4
    DVSS_108
    W19
    R13
    DVSS_5
    DVSS_109
    U19
    T13
    DVSS_6
    DVSS_110
    N17
    U13
    DVSS_7
    DVSS_111
    L3
    V13
    DVSS_8
    DVSS_112
    AB18
    W13
    DVSS_9
    DVSS_113
    AA18
    Y13
    DVSS_10
    DVSS_114
    W18
    P18
    DVSS_11
    DVSS_115
    U18
    N14
    DVSS_12
    DVSS_116
    D16
    P14
    DVSS_13
    DVSS_117
    AC13
    R14
    DVSS_14
    DVSS_118
    M16
    T14
    DVSS_15
    DVSS_119
    AC20
    U14
    DVSS_16
    DVSS_120
    AC22
    V14
    DVSS_17
    DVSS_121
    AD20
    W14
    DVSS_18
    DVSS_122
    Y23
    Y14
    DVSS_19
    DVSS_123
    AA23
    R18
    DVSS_20
    DVSS_124
    AB23
    N15
    DVSS_21
    DVSS_125
    V24
    P15
    DVSS_22
    DVSS_126
    W23
    DVSS_23
    DVSS_127
    LGE2122[A2_M13]
    IC105
    VDD3V3
    TP501

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    LGE Internal Use Only

    BRDQ[14] BRDQ[15] BRDQ[6] BRDQ[12] BRDQ[9] BRDQ[3] BRDQ[1] IC702 MT41K128M16JT-125:K B_RVREF6 DDR_256MB_MICRON BRA[0-14] M8 A0 N3 BRA[0]
    BRDQ[14]
    BRDQ[15]
    BRDQ[6]
    BRDQ[12]
    BRDQ[9]
    BRDQ[3]
    BRDQ[1]
    IC702
    MT41K128M16JT-125:K
    B_RVREF6
    DDR_256MB_MICRON
    BRA[0-14]
    M8
    A0
    N3
    BRA[0]
    VREFCA
    P7
    A1
    A2
    P3
    BRA[3]
    BRA[2]
    H1
    VREFDQ
    A3
    N2
    P8
    A4
    R711
    240
    1%
    L8
    ZQ
    A5
    A6
    R8
    P2
    BRA[10]
    BRA[7]
    BRA[4]
    BRA[1]
    BRA[6]
    BRA[13]
    BRA[9]
    BRA[5]
    BRA[11]
    BRA[8]
    +1.5V_DDR
    A7
    A8
    R2
    T8
    B2
    R3
    D9
    VDD_1
    VDD_2
    A10/AP
    A9
    L7
    BRA[12]
    K2
    G7
    VDD_4
    VDD_3
    A12/BC
    A11
    N7
    R7
    K8
    T3
    N1
    VDD_5
    A13
    VDD_6
    N9
    R1
    VDD_7
    VDD_8
    NC_5
    M7
    BRA[15]
    R9
    VDD_9
    BA0
    M2
    BRBA0
    BA1
    N8
    BRBA1
    A1
    VDDQ_1
    BA2
    M3
    BRBA2
    A8
    VDDQ_2
    CK
    J7
    R713
    C1
    K7
    100
    C9
    VDDQ_3
    CK
    K9
    5%
    D2
    VDDQ_4
    CKE
    BRCKE
    E9
    VDDQ_5
    L2
    F1
    VDDQ_7
    VDDQ_6
    ODT
    CS
    K1
    BRODT
    /BRCS
    H2
    J3
    H9
    VDDQ_8
    RAS
    K3
    /BRRAS
    VDDQ_9
    CAS
    WE
    L3
    /BRCAS
    /BRWE
    J1
    J9
    NC_1
    NC_2
    RESET
    T2
    BRREST
    L1
    L9
    NC_4
    NC_3
    BRA[14]
    T7
    NC_6
    DQSL
    G3
    F3
    BRDQS0
    A9
    DQSL
    C7
    /BRDQS0
    B3
    VSS_1
    DQSU
    B7
    BRDQS1
    E1
    VSS_2
    VSS_3
    DQSU
    /BRDQS1
    G8
    J2
    VSS_4
    VSS_5
    DMU
    DML
    D3
    E7
    BRDQM0
    M1
    J8
    VSS_6
    E3
    BRDQ[0]
    BRDQM1
    BRDQ[0-7]
    M9
    VSS_7
    VSS_8
    DQ1
    DQ0
    F7
    P1
    P9
    VSS_10
    VSS_9
    DQ2
    DQ3
    F2
    F8
    BRDQ[2]
    T1
    H3
    BRDQ[4]
    T9
    VSS_11
    VSS_12
    DQ4
    DQ5
    H8
    BRDQ[5]
    DQ6
    H7
    G2
    BRDQ[7]
    DQ7
    B1
    B9
    VSSQ_1
    VSSQ_2
    DQ8
    D7
    BRDQ[8]
    BRDQ[8-15]
    D1
    D8
    VSSQ_4
    VSSQ_3
    DQ10
    DQ9
    C8
    C3
    BRDQ[10]
    E2
    E8
    VSSQ_5
    VSSQ_6
    DQ11
    DQ12
    A7
    C2
    BRDQ[11]
    G1
    F9
    VSSQ_7
    VSSQ_8
    DQ14
    DQ13
    A2
    B8
    BRDQ[13]
    G9
    VSSQ_9
    DQ15
    A3
    A_RVREF4
    ARA[0-14]
    M8
    N3
    ARA[8]
    ARA[10]
    ARA[4]
    ARA[5]
    ARA[3]
    ARA[11]
    ARA[6]
    ARA[13]
    ARA[9]
    ARA[12]
    ARA[14]
    ARA[0]
    ARA[2]
    ARA[1]
    A_RVREF1
    VREFCA
    A1
    A2
    A0
    P7
    P3
    H1
    VREFDQ
    A3
    N2
    P8
    1%
    A4
    P2
    240
    A5
    +1.5V_DDR
    L8
    ZQ
    A7
    A6
    R2
    R8
    ARA[7]
    A8
    T8
    B2
    VDD_1
    A9
    R3
    G7
    D9
    VDD_2
    VDD_3
    A10/AP
    A11
    R7
    L7
    K2
    N7
    K8
    VDD_4
    VDD_5
    A12/BC
    A13
    T3
    N1
    N9
    VDD_7
    VDD_6
    A14
    A15
    M7
    T7
    R1
    R9
    VDD_8
    VDD_9
    BA0
    M2
    ARBA0
    N8
    BA1
    ARBA1
    BA2
    M3
    ARBA2
    A1
    A8
    VDDQ_1
    J7
    R712
    C1
    C9
    VDDQ_2
    VDDQ_3
    CK
    CK
    K7
    K9
    100
    5%
    D2
    VDDQ_4
    CKE
    ARCKE
    E9
    VDDQ_5
    L2
    F1
    VDDQ_7
    VDDQ_6
    ODT
    CS
    K1
    ARODT
    /ARCS
    H2
    J3
    H9
    VDDQ_8
    RAS
    K3
    /ARRAS
    VDDQ_9
    CAS
    WE
    L3
    /ARCAS
    /ARWE
    J1
    J9
    NC_1
    NC_2
    RESET
    T2
    ARREST
    L1
    L9
    NC_4
    NC_3
    DQSL
    G3
    F3
    ARDQS0
    A9
    DQSL
    C7
    /ARDQS0
    B3
    VSS_1
    DQSU
    B7
    ARDQS1
    E1
    VSS_2
    VSS_3
    DQSU
    /ARDQS1
    G8
    J2
    VSS_4
    DML
    D3
    E7
    ARDQM0
    J8
    VSS_5
    VSS_6
    DMU
    ARDQM1
    M1
    M9
    VSS_7
    VSS_8
    DQL1
    DQL0
    F7
    E3
    ARDQ[5]
    P1
    P9
    VSS_10
    VSS_9
    DQL2
    DQL3
    F2
    F8
    T1
    T9
    VSS_11
    VSS_12
    DQL4
    DQL5
    H8
    H3
    DQL6
    H7
    G2
    DQL7
    B1
    B9
    VSSQ_1
    VSSQ_2
    DQU0
    D7
    ARDQ[7]
    ARDQ[9]
    ARDQ[15]
    ARDQ[1]
    ARDQ[3]
    ARDQ[0]
    ARDQ[2]
    ARDQ[8]
    ARDQ[6]
    ARDQ[13]
    ARDQ[4]
    ARDQ[14]
    ARDQ[12]
    ARDQ[10]
    ARDQ[11]
    D1
    D8
    VSSQ_4
    VSSQ_3
    DQU1
    DQU2
    C8
    C3
    E2
    E8
    VSSQ_5
    VSSQ_6
    DQU4
    DQU3
    A7
    C2
    G1
    F9
    VSSQ_7
    VSSQ_8
    DQU5
    DQU6
    A2
    B8
    G9
    VSSQ_9
    DQU7
    A3
    SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
    K4B4G1646B-HCK0
    DDR_512MB_SS
    1%
    1K
    R708
    1%
    1K
    R709
    +1.5V_DDR
    1K
    R707
    1%
    1K
    1%
    R706
    +1.5V_DDR
    +1.5V_DDR
    1%
    1K
    R702
    R703
    1K
    1%
    +1.5V_DDR
    R705
    1K
    1%
    R704
    1K
    1%
    ARDQ[16-23]
    ARDQ[24-31]
    ARDQ[8-15]
    R710
    +1.5V_DDR
    +1.5V_DDR
    ARDQ[0-7]
    IC701
    A_RVREF4
    A_RVREF1
    B_RVREF5
    B_RVREF5
    B_RVREF6
    /ARCLK1
    /BRCLK0
    /ARCLK0
    ARCLK1
    ARCLK0
    BRCLK0
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    0.1uF
    THE
    C714
    C711
    C701
    C715
    C725
    C717
    C722
    C727
    C712
    C728
    C716
    C706
    C726
    C718
    10uF
    C713
    C723
    C703
    C720
    C719
    C750
    C709
    C710
    10V
    1uF
    1uF

    SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURES SPECIFIED PARTS BE USED FOR

    BRDQ[14] BRDQ[15] BRDQ[6] BRDQ[12] BRDQ[9] BRDQ[3] BRDQ[1] IC702 MT41K128M16JT-125:K B_RVREF6 DDR_256MB_MICRON BRA[0-14] M8 A0 N3 BRA[0]

    THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE

    SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

    THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.
    ARA[0] ARA[7] ARA[3] ARA[6] ARA[4] ARA[1] ARA[9] ARA[14] ARA[13] ARA[10] ARA[8] IC703 K4B4G1646B-HCK0 A_RVREF2 ARA[0-14] N3
    ARA[0]
    ARA[7]
    ARA[3]
    ARA[6]
    ARA[4]
    ARA[1]
    ARA[9]
    ARA[14]
    ARA[13]
    ARA[10]
    ARA[8]
    IC703
    K4B4G1646B-HCK0
    A_RVREF2
    ARA[0-14]
    N3
    M8
    P7
    A0
    VREFCA
    ARA[2]
    P3
    A1
    A_RVREF3
    A2
    N2
    A3
    VREFDQ
    H1
    P8
    ARA[5]
    A4
    1%
    P2
    240
    A5
    R716
    R8
    A6
    ZQ
    L8
    R2
    A7
    +1.5V_DDR
    T8
    A8
    R3
    B2
    L7
    A10/AP
    A9
    VDD_1
    VDD_2
    D9
    ARA[12]
    ARA[11]
    N7
    R7
    A11
    A12/BC
    VDD_4
    VDD_3
    K2
    G7
    T3
    A13
    VDD_5
    K8
    T7
    A14
    N1
    M7
    A15
    VDD_7
    VDD_8
    VDD_6
    N9
    R1
    ARBA0
    M2
    BA0
    VDD_9
    R9
    ARBA1
    N8
    BA1
    ARBA2
    M3
    BA2
    R714
    J7
    VDDQ_1
    A1
    A8
    100
    5%
    K7
    K9
    CK
    CK
    VDDQ_2
    VDDQ_3
    C1
    C9
    ARCKE
    CKE
    VDDQ_4
    VDDQ_5
    D2
    /ARCSX
    K1
    L2
    CS
    VDDQ_6
    F1
    E9
    ARODT
    J3
    ODT
    RAS
    VDDQ_7
    H2
    /ARRAS
    /ARCAS
    /ARWE
    K3
    L3
    CAS
    WE
    VDDQ_8
    VDDQ_9
    H9
    ARREST
    T2
    RESET
    NC_1
    NC_2
    J1
    J9
    L1
    NC_4
    NC_3
    L9
    ARDQS2
    G3
    F3
    DQSL
    /ARDQS2
    C7
    DQSL
    A9
    ARDQS3
    B7
    DQSU
    VSS_1
    B3
    /ARDQS3
    DQSU
    VSS_2
    VSS_3
    E1
    D3
    E7
    DML
    VSS_4
    G8
    J2
    ARDQ[18]
    ARDQ[30]
    ARDQ[19]
    ARDQ[17]
    ARDQ[29]
    ARDQ[31]
    ARDQ[27]
    ARDQ[16]
    ARDQ[26]
    ARDQ[28]
    ARDQM3
    ARDQM2
    ARDQ[21]
    ARDQ[23]
    ARDQ[20]
    ARDQ[22]
    DMU
    VSS_5
    VSS_6
    J8
    F7
    E3
    DQL1
    DQL0
    VSS_7
    VSS_8
    M1
    M9
    F2
    F8
    DQL2
    DQL3
    VSS_10
    VSS_9
    P1
    P9
    H8
    H3
    DQL4
    DQL5
    VSS_11
    VSS_12
    T1
    T9
    H7
    G2
    DQL6
    DQL7
    ARDQ[25]
    ARDQ[24]
    D7
    DQU0
    VSSQ_1
    VSSQ_2
    B1
    B9
    C8
    C3
    DQU1
    DQU2
    VSSQ_4
    VSSQ_3
    D1
    D8
    A7
    C2
    DQU4
    DQU3
    VSSQ_5
    VSSQ_6
    E2
    E8
    A2
    B8
    DQU5
    DQU6
    VSSQ_7
    VSSQ_8
    G1
    F9
    A3
    DQU7
    VSSQ_9
    G9
    H5TQ2G63FFR-PBC
    IC702-*3
    DDR_256MB_HYNIX_NC4.5
    N3
    M8
    A0
    VREFCA
    P7
    A1
    P3
    A2
    N2
    H1
    P8
    A3
    VREFDQ
    A4
    P2
    A5
    R8
    L8
    R2
    A6
    ZQ
    A7
    T8
    A8
    R3
    B2
    L7
    A9
    VDD_1
    D9
    R7
    A10/AP
    VDD_2
    G7
    N7
    A11
    VDD_3
    K2
    T3
    A12/BC
    A13
    VDD_4
    VDD_5
    N1
    K8