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SERVICE MANUAL

LED TV

Model No. LE32F2220a

MSD3391

Chassis

WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public.
It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to
service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.

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Chapter 1: General Information
1-1. Table of Contents
1. General Information...........................................................................1
1-1. Table of Contents
1-2. General Guidelines
1-3. Important Notice
1-4. How to Read this Service Manual

1
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3. Location of Controls and Components........................................... 8
3-1. Board Location

8

3-2. Main Board & AV Board

8
10

3-3. LCD Panel

4. Disassemble and Assemble.......................................................... 12
4-1 Remove the Pedestal

12

4-2 Remove the Back Cover
4-3 Remove the Adhesive Tape
4-4 Remove the Main Board
4-5 Remove the Speaker
4-6 Remove the Remote Control Board

12
12
13
13
14

5. Installation Instructions..…....………………...........…………......... 15
5-1 External Equipment Connections

15

5-2 HDMI Connections

19

6. Operation Instructions....…....………………...........…………......... 22
6-1 Front Panel Controls

22

6-2 Back Panel Controls

22

6-3 Universal Remote Control

23

7. Electrical Parts…....………………...........…………......................... 24
7-1. Block Diagram
7-2. Circuit Diagram

24
25

7-3. Wiring Connection Diagram

31

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8. Measurements and Adjustments........…………............................ 32
8-1. How to enter into the factory model

35

8-2. How to update software
8-3. How to enter into the Hotel Model

36
37

9. Trouble-shooting………….............................................................. 38
9-1. Simple Check

38

9-2. Main Board Failure Check

39

9-3. Panel Failure

48

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1-2. General Guidelines
When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts
which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit.
After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation
papers shields are properly installed.
After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from
being exposed to shock hazards.
1) Leakage Current Cold Check
2) Leakage Current Hot Check
3) Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive

1-3. Important Notice
1-3-1. Follow the regulations and warnings
Most important thing is to list up the potential hazard or risk for the service personnel to
open the units and disassemble the units. For example, we need to describe properly
how to avoid the possibility to get electrical shock from the live power supply or charged
electrical parts (even the power is off).
This symbol indicates that high voltage is present inside.It is dangerous to
make any king of contact with any inside part of this product.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literture accompanying the appliance.

1-3-2. Be careful to the electrical shock
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to rain or excessive moisture. This TV must not be exposed to dripping or splashing water,
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1-3-3. Electro static discharge (ESD)
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such
components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. The following
techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by
electros static discharge (ESD).

1-3-4. About lead free solder (PbF)
This product is manufactured using lead-free solder as a part of a movement within the
consumer products industry at large to be environmentally responsible. Lead-free solder
must be used in the servicing and repairing of this product. 

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Special parts which have purposes of fire retardant (resistors), high-quality sound
(capacitors), low noise (resistors), etc. are used.
When replacing any of components, be sure to use only manufacture's specified parts
shown in the parts list.

Safety Component
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1-3-6 Safety Check after Repairment
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in the original positions, or whether there are the positions which are deteriorated around
the serviced places serviced or not. Check the insulation between the antenna terminal or
external metal and the AC cord plug blades. And be sure the safety of that.

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 module 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 explosion 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).
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Capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.
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. Capacitors may result in an explosion
hazard. 
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9. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn on the TV.
10. Insulation resistance between the cord plug terminals and the eternal exposure metal
should be more than Mohm by using the 500V insulation resistance meter.
11. If the insulation resistance is less than M ohm, the inspection repair should be required.
If you have not the 500V insulation resistance meter, use a Tester. External exposure
metal: Antenna terminal Headphone jack

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Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity.
Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.
Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors
and semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques should be used to help
reduce the ncidence of component damage caused by static by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductorequipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known
earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist
strap device, which should be removed to prevent potential shock reasons prior to applying
power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly
on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not
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to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately
before you are ready to install it.
(Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by
conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement
ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the
device will be installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other
safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices.
(Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the
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an ES device.)

1-3-7. Ordering Spare Parts
Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the Version
letter)
1. Model number, Serial number and Software Version
The model number and Serial number can be found on the back of each product and the
Software Version can be found at the Spare Parts List.
2. Spare Part No. and Description
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1-3-8. Photo used in this manual
The illustration and photos used in this Manual may not base on the final design of
products, which may differ from your products in some way.

1-4. How to Read this Service Manual
Using Icons:
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each icon is described in the table below:
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to the reader, such as tips and tricks.
Caution:
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may damage equipment, loose data, get an unexpected result or has to restart(part of) a
procedure.
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Reference:
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Model

LE32F2220a

Screen Size

31.5 inch

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Resolution

1366*768

Response Time (ms)

5.0 (GRAY TO
GRAY)

Angel of View

176o

Color Display

16.7M

No. of Preset Channels

Cable :1-135/
Air: 2-69 (ATV&DTV)

OSD Language

English

Color System

NTSC

Audio System

DK, BG, I, M, L, L'

Audio Output Power
(Built-in) (W)

8W×2

Audio Output Power
(outer) (W)

No

Total Power Input (W)

50W

Voltage Range (V)

AC 100-240V

Power Frequency (Hz) 50~60Hz
Net Weight (KG)

7.44

Gross Weight (KG)

9.4

Net Dimension (MM)

745*454*50mm

Packaged Dimension
(MM)

745*497*200mm

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3. Location of Controls and Components
3-1 Board Location

A Board

No.
A Board

Description
Integration Mainboard

TB300714800M

3-2 Main Board

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3-2-1 Function Description:
Main Board
Process signal which incept from exterior equipment then translate into signal that panel
can display. 

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Main board connector
Keypad andremote connector (CN203)

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Speaker connector (CN807)
Pin number
1
2
3
4

Signal name
RSPK+
RSPKLSPKLSPK+

Description
RSPK+
RSPKLSPKLSPK+

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3-3. LED Panel

MTC315BLU-A01H(T320XVN01.0)

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3-4-1.Connector de finition
PIN

Symbol

Description

1

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

2

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

3

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

4

VDD

Power Supply, +12V DC Regulated

5

GND

Ground

6

GND

Ground

7

GND

Ground

8

GND

Ground

9

LVDS_SEL

Open/High(3.3V) for NS, Low(GND) for JEIDA

10

N.C.

AUO Internal Use Only

11

GND

Ground

12

CH1_0-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 0-

13

CH1_0+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 0+

14

GND

Ground

15

CH1_1-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 1-

16

CH1_1+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 1+

17

GND

Ground

18

CH1_2-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 2-

19

CH1_2+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 2+

20

GND

Ground

21

CH1_CLK-

LVDS Channel 1, Clock -

22

CH1_CLK+

LVDS Channel 1, Clock +

23

GND

Ground

24

CH1_3-

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 3-

25

CH1_3+

LVDS Channel 1, Signal 3+

26

GND

Ground

27

N.C.

AUO Internal Use Only

28

N.C.

AUO Internal Use Only

29

N.C.

AUO Internal Use Only

30

GND

Ground

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4. Disassemble and assemble
4-1 Remove the Pedestal 

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4-2Remove the Back Cover 

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4-3. Remove the adhesive tape

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4-4 Remove the Main board 

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4-5 Remove the speaker

Take out the speaker

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4-6 Remove the remote control

take out the remote control board

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5. Installation Instructions
5-1 External Equipment Connections

Accessories

Remote Control

User GUIDE

Battery

Antenna Connection
Connect one end of a coaxial cable (not included) to the ANT IN jack on the back of
your TV/DVD combo, then connect the other end of the cable into the antenna or cable
TV wall outlet.

To improve picture quality from an antenna in a poor signal area, install a signal
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If you need to split the antenna signal to connect two TVs, install a two-way splitter.

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INSTALLATION

ANTENNA

Note:
Aerial connections: IEC (female).
Input impendance:75 unbalanced.

PC
STEPS:
Be sure both the TV and computer are powered off.
1.Connect a VGA and audio cable.
2.Connect the power cord.
3.Turn on the TV, switch to PC mode.
4.Turn on the PC.

HDMI1

HDMI2

USB

VGA

HEADPHONE
PC AUDIO
COAXIAL

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RF

INSTALLATION

PC
PRESET MODE
RESOLUTION

V.Freq.(Hz)

H.Freq.(KHz)

1

720*400

70

31.47

2

640*480

60

31.47

3

640*480

75

37.50

4

800*600

60

37.88

5

800*600

75

46.88

6

1024*768

60

48.36

7

1024*768

70

56.48

8

1024*768

75

60.02

9

1280*1024

60

63.98

10

1280*1024

75

80.00

11

1366*768

60

67.50

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INSTALLATION
AV EQUIPMENT

There are two HDMI ports located on the back of your TV. You can connect a Blu-ray player,
DVD player, or other video equipment through these ports.
There is one component (Y, Pb, Pr) and one composite (AV) video input located on the back
of your TV. You can connect a VCR, cable box, or other video equipment to these jacks.
Please see the diagram below. You may also need to refer to the owner's manual of the device
that you are trying to connect.

HDMI1

HDMI2

USB

HEADPHONE
PC AUDIO
COAXIAL

VGA

RF

HDMI

VIDEO EQUIPMENT with YPbPr

G

B

R

W

R

Y Yellow (video)
W White(audio L)
R Red(audio R or Pr)
B Blue(Pb)
G Green(Y)

COMPOSITE

VIDEO

AC-INPUT
100-240V~50/60Hz

L

G

R

W

R

W

Y

R

B

COMPONENT
Pb

Pr

R

VIDEO EQUIPMENT
W

R

TO VIDEO
OUTPUTS

TO AUDIO OUTPUTS

The television's inputs can be connected to the following types of equipment: VCR, multi disc player,
DVD, camcorder, video game or stereo system, etc.....
YPbPr can support these video formats:480i,576i,480p,576p,720p,1080i.

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5-2 HDMI Connections
When the source device(DVD player or Set Top Box) supports HDM
How To Connect

1. Connect the source device to HDMI port of this TV with an HDMI cable(not supplied
with this product).
2. No separated audio connection is necessary.

How To Use
If the source device supports Auto HDMI function, the output resolution of the source
device will be automatically
set to 1280x720p.
If the source device does not support Auto HDMI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the source device to
1280x720p.
Select HDMI input source in input source option of Select Main source menu.

When the source device(DVD player or Set Top Box) supports DVI
How To Connect
1. Connect the source device to HDMI port of this TV with a HDMI-to-DVI cable(not
supplied with this product).
2. A separated audio connection is necessary.
3. If the source device has an analog audio output connector, connect the source device
audio output to DVI Audio In port located on the PC port.

How To Use
If the source device supports Auto DVI function, the output resolution of the source device
will be automatically
set to 1280x720p.
If the source device does not support Auto DVI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the source device to
1280x720p.
Press the INPUT button to select HDMI input source in input source option of Select Main
source menu.
Installation

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Cable sample

HDMI Cable
(not supplied with the product)

HDMI to DVI Cable
( not supplied with the product)

Analog Audio Cable
(Stereo to RCA type)
(not supplied with the product)

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Power source

TO USE AC POWER SOURCE
Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on AC.
Insert the AC cord plug into a standard polarized AC outlet.
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electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
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simply unplug the unit from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The unit should return to
normal operation.

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6. Operation Instructions
Basal information
Side panel

6-1 Front panel controls

3

1
2

30

1:

Remote control sensor.

2:

Indicator LED: BLUE
RED

3:

1

30

2

3

4

5

1. SOURCE: Display the input source menu.
2. MENU: Display main MENU.
3. CH+/CH-: In TV mode, press "CH+" or "CH-" to change the channel up
and down. In MENU mode, press "CH+" or "CH-" to select items in standby
mode, press "CH+" or "CH-" to turn on the TV.
4. VOL+/VOL-: Adjust sound level. In MENU mode, press "VOL+ " or
"VOL- " to adjust the item that you selected.
5. STANDBY: Press this button to turn the unit ON from STANDBY mode.
Press it again to turn the set back to STANDBY.

POWER ON.
STANDBY.

Panel keys

REAR Connections
COMPOSITE

VIDEO

AC-INPUT
100-240V~50/60Hz

L

R

Y

COMPONENT
Pb

Pr

All the terminals are (from left to right):
POWER SOCKET, VIDEO, AUDIO INPUT, YPbPr INPUT
Note: AV and component (YPbPr) share the R and L audio inputs.

SIDE Connections

HDMI1

HDMI2

USB

VGA

HEADPHONE
PC AUDIO
COAXIAL

RF

All the terminals are (from left to right):
HDMI1, HDMI2, USB, VGA, PC AUDIO, HEADPHONE, COAXIAL, RF.
Note: 1. When HDMI has an input signal coming from a DVI source then the audio input signal must be
connected to the PC audio input.

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6-3 Setting Up Your Remote Control

YPbPr

CC

MTS

VGA

DTV
STRENGTH

TV

AV

HDMI

CH LIST

EPG

FAV

TV
DISPLAY

S.M

CH

VOL
P.M

1: POWER
Press to power ON/OFF (standby) the TV.
2: NUMBER KEY
Press to enter the TV channel number and select a channel
(Press " " to choose the sub-channel).
3:
Press to display the on screen display (OSD) menu or
return to the previous menu.
4: CURSOR
When the OSD menu is displayed on-screen, use these
buttons as the up, down, left, right and ENTER buttons to
adjust the various options in the OSD menu.
5: EXIT
Press to exit the OSD menu.
6: VOL+/Press VOL+ or VOL- to adjust the volume.
7: P .M
Press repeatedly to select a picture mode.
8:
Press to display or exit the TV input source menu.
9: MUTE
Press to switch the sound ON/OFF.
10: RECALL
Press to switch between the current and previously
viewed channel.
11: ENTER
Press to confirm a selection.
12: TV DISPLAY
Press to show the information about the current input source.
13: S.M
Press repeatedly to switch audio modes.
14: CH+/CHPress CH+ or CH- to browse through the TV channels.
15: ASPECT
Press to change the picture aspect ratio.
16: CH LIST
To display the channel list. Press to display the channel list.
In DVD mode, press to eject the disc.
17: EPG
Press to display the DTV Electronic Program Guide.
In DVD mode, press to go to the previous chapter.
18: FAV
Press to display the favorite channels list. In DVD mode,
press to go to the next chapter.
19: HDMI
Press to go directly to the HDMI input source.
20: AV
Press to go directly to the AV input source.
21: DTV STRENGTH
Press to display the DTV signal strength.
22: TV
Press to go directly to the TV input source.
23: YPbPr
Press hot key to go directly to the Component (YPbPr) input source.
24: CC
Press to turn on or off the closed captions.
25: VGA
Press hot key to go directly to the VGA input source.
26: MTS
Press to activate the NTSC TV sounds, such as Stereo,
SAP or Mono tone, and audio languages of DTV.
27: COLOR KEYS
Reserved keys

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7. Electrical parts
4

7-1. Block Diagram  

5

AC100V-240V

PWM IC
Q807

(0B2273)

EFD25

RF IN

5VSTB

12VA

4

PWR-ON/OFF

3

IF

+3.3Vstb
3.3V_TUNER
2.5VA

3.3VA

1.8VA

1.32V

AL0O/AR0O

512Mbit

DDR2

2

32Mbit

SPI FLASH

DSP

U1

MSD3391DS-QFP256

BLOCK DIAGRAM

ATSC TUNER
U701

U104

TDA18273 (ONBOARD)

JACK

HeadPhone

U101

SY8008B

DC/DC

U102

SY8008B

DC/DC

U105

DC/DC
SY8008B

LDO(1117)

3.3V_TUNER

L/R

5VA

3.3VA

AUDIO AMP.

J802

USB PORT

J408

SPIDF
OUTPUT
COAXIAL

DVD I/F
CN402

IR

1

FRONT
PANEL

1.8VA

IR,KEY0,KEY1

AV

VGA
AUDIO

J402

VGA

PH1~2

HDMI*2

PH1~3

YPbPr

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RGB

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TRANSFORMER
T102

+12V
DC/DC
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CN807

TO SPK

TPA1517 U802
OR
EUA2113 U705

5VA

J601

2

LINEIN_L5/R5

D

C

B

A

3

CVBS2

Model No.:

7-2. Circuit Diagtam

D

5

4

1
EN

VIN

U101
SY8008B SOT-23

LX

SY8008B
SOT-23
OUT/FB

5

3

R110
100K

R108
0R

R101
120K

568MA

C101
33P

L101
10uH-1.5A/WSA43-100M-R!"#$%&)

1.32V DC-DC

R105
1K

5VA
FB101
10uH-1.5A/WSA43-100M-R!"#$%&)

+

C115
100PF

2

Q101
AO3407

3

Q102
2N7002

VCC-Panel

R121
100R

C110 C109

MAX:708MA

EC111
+

Vpp=100mV

470uF/16V 10uF 0.1uF

100P 1uF

4

1.32V

+

5VA

4

3

VIN

C112

R106
1K

C113
100PF

4

1

VIN

EN

5

3

127MA

R109
100K

R107
82K

R104
120K

EC113
+
470uF/16V

0.1uF

C119

1.8VA

2

C122

C123

3.3VA

FB2

0.1uF

C130

Vpp=20mV

0.1uF

C128

1

Sheet

MSD3391DS

+3.3Vstb

standby:14MA MAX:19MA
on :89MA MAX:95MA

5Vstb 2

3.3V_TUNER 7

332mA MAX:360MA

600Ω-3A-1206
C129
+
EC108 1uF

220uF/16V
10uF 
silicon tuner 

C120

R128 510R

C126 C127
1uF
1uF

5Vstb

MST Power supply

U104
AMS1117-ADJ

5Vstb

R129
820R

OUT

1 Vpp=21mV

2.5VA

C102 0.1uF
C104 10uF

MAX:364MA

+

D101
1N4001

Temperature 50

EC110
470uF/16V

C107
33P

L102
10uH-1.5A/WSA43-100M-R!"#$%&)
1.812V
Vpp=23mV
U102
SY8008B SOT-23

LX

33P

C116

3.3VA

130mA MAX:182MA

OUT/FB

SY8008B
SOT-23

L103

R112
150K
R114
300K

2

3.3VA

C121

10uF

ADJ

5

3

10uH-1.5A/WSA43-100M-R!"#$%&)

LX

OUT/FB

SY8008B
SOT-23

U105
SY8008B SOT-23

220uF/16V 0.1uF

EC102
+

FB102
10uH-1.5A/WSA43-100M-R!"#$%&)

C1
10uF

R113
1K

5VA
FB103
10uH-1.5A/WSA43-100M-R!"#$%&)

C2
10uF

EN

0.1uF

IN

100K1

C133 C132

Vout=0.6X(1+R up/R down)

C131
0.22uF

MAX 600mA

PANEL POWER
NC/0R

R122
100K
R123

1

10uF

Document Number

DC-DC

1

Thursday, February 02, 2012

1

of

9

Rev
1.0

D

C

B

A

- 25 -

GND
2

R116
100K

Title

Date:

Custom

Size

3

4

2

R119 0R
R118

1

C118
100PF

2

1

12VA
5VA

1E56 BIT3
ON

OFF
1K

0.1uF

0.1uF

R124

EC104
220uF/16V

220uF/16V
EC103

2 ON_PANEL

Q150
3904 
8008 
400khz

3

GND
2

3
2

4.7K
R120

R125
10K
R27 

4

C117

GND
2
3
2

C

B

A

5

1

C114

D

5

TGPIO0

HDMI-ARC

HDMI-CEC

HDMI2-RX0P
HDMI2-RX0N
HDMI2-RX1P
HDMI2-RX1N
HDMI2-RX2P
HDMI2-RX2N
HDMI2-CLKN
HDMI2-CLKP
HDMI2-SCL
HDMI2-SDA
HDMI2-HPDIN

HDMI1-RX0P
HDMI1-RX0N
HDMI1-RX1P
HDMI1-RX1N
HDMI1-RX2P
HDMI1-RX2N
HDMI1-CLKN
HDMI1-CLKP
HDMI1-SCL
HDMI1-SDA
HDMI1-HPDIN

HDMI Interface
5 HDMI1-RX0P
5 HDMI1-RX0N
5 HDMI1-RX1P
5 HDMI1-RX1N
5 HDMI1-RX2P
5 HDMI1-RX2N
5 HDMI1-CLKN
5 HDMI1-CLKP
5 HDMI1-SCL
5 HDMI1-SDA
5 HDMI1-HPDIN

5 HDMI-CEC

5 HDMI2-RX0P
5 HDMI2-RX0N
5 HDMI2-RX1P
5 HDMI2-RX1N
5 HDMI2-RX2P
5 HDMI2-RX2N
5 HDMI2-CLKN
5 HDMI2-CLKP
5 HDMI2-SCL
5 HDMI2-SDA
5 HDMI2-HPDIN

4 ARC_DET

4 HDMI-ARC

C258
0R/0.1uF

R201
R203
R204
R205
R206

33R
68R
33R
33R
0R

33R
68R
33R
33R
0R

C231
C232
C233
C234
C240

C201
C227
C228
C229
C230

47nF RGB1_R+
47nF RGB1_G47nF RGB1_G+
47nF RGB1_B+
1nF RGB1_SOG

47nF RGB0_R+
47nF RGB0_G47nF RGB0_G+
47nF RGB0_B+
1nF RGB0_SOG
VGA_HSYNC
VGA_VSYNC

HDMI1-HPDIN
HDMI1-CLKN
HDMI1-CLKP
HDMI1-RX0N
HDMI1-RX0P
HDMI1-SDA
HDMI1-RX1N
HDMI1-RX1P
HDMI1-SCL
HDMI1-RX2N
HDMI1-RX2P
+3.3Vstb
HDMI2-CLKN
HDMI2-CLKP
HDMI2-RX0N
HDMI2-RX0P
HDMI2-HPDIN
HDMI2-RX1N
HDMI2-RX1P
HDMI2-SDA
HDMI2-RX2N
HDMI2-RX2P
HDMI2-SCL
HDMI-ARC
1.32V
VGA_HSYNC
RGB0_B+
RGB0_SOG
RGB0_G+
RGB0_GRGB0_R+
VGA_VSYNC
1.32V
RGB1_B+
RGB1_SOG
RGB1_G+
RGB1_GRGB1_R+

CVBS_VCOM

CVBS2+
CVBS1+

2.5VA
+3.3Vstb
47nF
47nF

C262 C263
0.1uF 0.1uF

C264
10uF

AU_VAG
2.5VA

AU_VRP

LINEIN_L1
LINEIN_R1

CVBS_VCOM
47nF

LINEIN_L1
LINEIN_R1
LINEIN_L3
LINEIN_R3
LINEIN_L5
LINEIN_R5

R217 C259 VIFP
0R/51R 0.1uF

2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF

33R C242
33R C243

C252
C253
C254
C255
C256
C257

68R C244

R216
0R/33R

SIDE_AV_L
SIDE_AV_R
VGA-Lin_AU
VGA-Rin_AU
HD_LIN
HD_RIN

R213
R214

C261
10uF

R215

CVBS1+
CVBS2+

R207
R208
R209
R210
R211

PC & YPBPR Interface
4 VGA-Rin
4 VGA-Gin
4 VGA-Bin

4 YPbPr_Y
4 YPbPr_PB

4 YPbPr_PR

4 VGA_HSYNC
4 VGA_VSYNC

4 SIDE_AV
4 DVD_AV

CVBS IN & OUT

SIDE_AV_L
SIDE_AV_R
VGA-Lin_AU
VGA-Rin_AU
DVD_IN_L
DVD_IN_R

AUDIO IN
4
4
4
4
4
4

L201
NC/100nH

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

U1

4

R202

PAD_HOTPLUGB
PAD_B_RXCN
PAD_B_RXCP
PAD_B_RX0N
PAD_B_RX0P
PAD_DDCDB_DA
PAD_B_RX1N
PAD_B_RX1P
PAD_DDCDB_CK
PAD_B_RX2N
PAD_B_RX2P
AVDD_DVI
PAD_RXCN
PAD_RXCP
PAD_RX0N
PAD_RX0P
PAD_HOTPLUGA
PAD_RX1N
PAD_RX1P
PAD_DDCDA_DA
PAD_RX2N
PAD_RX2P
PAD_DDCDA_CK
PAD_ARC0
AVDD1P2_DVI_A/VDD
PADA_HSYNC0
PADA_BIN0P
PADA_SOGIN0
PADA_GIN0P
PADA_GIN0M
PADA_RIN0P
PADA_VSYNC0
AVDD1P2_ADC
PADA_BIN1P
PADA_SOGIN1
PADA_GIN1P
PADA_GIN1M
PADA_RIN1P
AVDD2P5_ADC/AVDD2P5_REF
AVDD3P3_ADC/AVDD3P3_CVBS/AVDD_MPLL
PADA_CVBS3
PADA_CVBS2
PADA_CVBS1
PADA_CVBS0
PADA_VCOM
PADA_CVBS_OUT1
PAD_LINEIN_L0
PAD_LINEIN_R0
PAD_LINEIN_L1
PAD_LINEIN_R1
AVSS_VRM_ADC/AVSS_VRM_DAC
PAD_VRP
PAD_VAG
AVDD_AU25

0R

MSD3391DS

0.1uF

C271

R224
C270

VCC-FLASH

10K

R143

C100
0.1uF

R229

27R

0R

+3.3Vstb

SPI_Flash-CSN
SPI_Flash-SCK
SPI_Flash-SDI
SPI_Flash-SDO

Close to MSTAR IC

RP33X4

10uF

SPI_SCK

)*+,!-./

6

7

SPI_SDI

22nF

C274

3

PAD_IO[26]
PAD_IO[27]
PAD_IO[28]
VDDIOA_DATA
PAD_IO[29]
PAD_IO[30]
VDD/DVDD_DDR
PAD_IO[31]
PAD_IO[32]
PAD_IO[33]
PAD_IO[34]
VDDIOA_DATA
PAD_IO[35]
PAD_IO[36]
PAD_IO[37]
PAD_IO[38]
VDDIOA_DATA
PAD_IO[39]
PAD_IO[40]
PAD_IO[41]
PAD_IO[42]
PAD_IO[43]
VDDIOA_DATA
PAD_IO[44]
PAD_IO[45]
PAD_IO[46]
PAD_IO[47]
PAD_I2S_OUT_BCK
PAD_I2S_OUT_SD
PAD_I2S_OUT_WS
PAD_I2S_OUT_MCK
PAD_SPDIF_IN
PAD_SPDIF_OUT
PAD_PWM0
VDDP_2
PAD_GPIO0
PAD_GPIO2
PAD_GPIO3
VDD
PAD_R_ODD[7]
PAD_R_ODD[6]
PAD_R_ODD[5]
PAD_R_ODD[4]
PAD_R_ODD[3]
PAD_R_ODD[2]
PAD_R_ODD[1]
PAD_R_ODD[0]
PAD_G_ODD[7]
PAD_G_ODD[6]
PAD_G_ODD[5]
PAD_G_ODD[4]
AVDDL_MOD
AVDD_MOD
AVDD_LPLL

162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109

A-TMDQL5
A-TMDQL2
A-TMDQL0
A-TMDQL7
A-TMDQU5

1.8VA

1.32V
A-TMDQU2
A-TMDQU0
A-TMDQU7
A-TMDML
1.8VA
A-TMDQSUB
A-TMDQSU
A-TMDQSLB
A-TMDQSL

ON

R242
100R

1K

R245
10K

KEY1-in

To dvd
4 IRIN

A-TMCKE
A-TMWEB
A-TMCASB
A-TMRASB
A-TMODT
A-TMDQSU
A-TMDQSUB
A-TMDQSL
A-TMDQSLB
A-TMCK
A-TMCKB
A-TMDMU
A-TMDML

A-TMDQL0
A-TMDQL1
A-TMDQL2
A-TMDQL3
A-TMDQL4
A-TMDQL5
A-TMDQL6
A-TMDQL7
A-TMDQU0
A-TMDQU1
A-TMDQU2
A-TMDQU3
A-TMDQU4
A-TMDQU5
A-TMDQU6
A-TMDQU7

R239

R278

4.7K

100P

C286

R251
1K

KEY0-in

5Vstb
+3.3Vstb

IRIN

5Vstb

KEY0-in
KEY1-in

4
3
2
1

H1

1

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

2

A-TMCKE 3
A-TMWEB 3
A-TMCASB 3
A-TMRASB 3
A-TMODT 3
A-TMDQSU 3
A-TMDQSUB 3
A-TMDQSL 3
A-TMDQSLB 3
A-TMCK 3
A-TMCKB 3

A-TMDQL[0:7]

A-TMDMU 3
A-TMDML 3
A-TMDQL[0:7] 3

A-TMDQU[0:7] 3

A-TMBA[0:2] 3

4.7K

R240

Q203
3904

LED_G

A-TMA[0:13] 3

1

1.32V

C204
0.1uF

VDDC 1.32V

C203
10uF
CC0805

1.8VA

C212
0.1uF

DDR2 1.8V

C211
10uF
CC0805

+3.3Vstb

C219
10uF
CC0805

C220
0.1uF

C205
0.1uF

C213
0.1uF

C221
0.1uF

C236
0.1uF

C237
0.1uF

C248
0.1uF

C206
0.1uF

C214
0.1uF

C249
0.1uF

C238
0.1uF

C222
0.1uF

Standby Power 3.3V

3.3VA

C235
10uF
CC0805

Normal Power 3.3V

2.5VA

C247
0.1uF

Normal Power 2.5V

C246
0.1uF

EARPHONE_R

EARPHONE_L

L205
10uH

L203
10uH

3.3VA

C207
0.1uF

C215
0.1uF

C223
0.1uF

C239
0.1uF

C250
0.1uF

1

C208
0.1uF

C225
0.1uF

C217
0.1uF

C209
0.1uF

C216
NC/0.1uF

C224
0.1uF

8

EARPHONE_LOUT 8

2

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39

C210
0.1uF

RXO0RXO1RXO2RXOCRXO3RXO4-

RXE0RXE1RXE2RXECRXE3RXE4-

R262

2

of

100R

OVERDRIVER

VCC-Panel

LCD_OP#

Sheet

9

Rev
1.0

LCD_OP#

NC/0R

R275

4.7K

R272

3.3VA

C218
0.1uF

C226
0.1uF

32F0 Bit3 LVDS'(

EARPHONE_ROUT

5Vstb

CN204
2*20Pin-2.0mm

GND GND
RO0+RO0RO1+RO1RO2+RO2ROC+
ROCRO3+RO3RO4+RO4GND GND
RE0+ RE0RE1+ RE1RE2+ RE2REC+RECRE3+ RE3RE4+ RE4GND GND
GND
LCDOP
VCC VCC
VCC VCC
VCC VCC
OP2 OP1

R271
4.7K

LCD_OP

R273 NC/33PANEL_ON/OFF
R274 NC/33OVERDRIVER
R277
NC/0R

MSD3391DS

1

MAIN CHIP

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Document Number

R276
NC/0R

SCL
SDA

R270
4.7K

2
RXO0+
4
RXO1+
6
RXO2+
8
RXOC+
10
RXO3+
12
RXO4+
14
16
RXE0+
18
RXE1+
20
RXE2+
22
RXEC+
24
RXE3+
26
RXE4+
28
30
VCC-Panel
32
34
36
38
PANEL_ON/OFF 40

LVDS CONNECTOR

5Vstb

C272
10uF-6.3V-M-0603

R226
200R

C267
10uF-6.3V-M-0603

R223
200R

mstar IC

Audio Line Out

LVDS CONNECTOR

4.7K

A-TMA[0:13]

A-TMBA[0:2]

A-TMDQU[0:7]

5Vstb

R236
4.7K

R247

LED_R

Q202
3904

LED-IR

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CN203

IR

4p,GND

LED_R
LED_G
STANDBY
IRIN

LED_R
LED_G
STANDBY
IRIN

1K

LED

A-TMBA0
A-TMBA1
A-TMBA2

1K

LED

1.8VA
A-TMDMU
A-TMDQU6
A-TMDQU1
A-TMDQU4
A-TMDQU3

OFF

A-TMA0
A-TMA1
A-TMA2
A-TMA3
A-TMA4
A-TMA5
A-TMA6
A-TMA7
A-TMA8
A-TMA9
A-TMA10
A-TMA11
A-TMA12
A-TMA13

R246

1K

C278
100pF

1.8VA
A-TMDQL6
A-TMDQL1
A-TMDQL3
A-TMDQL4
I2S_OUT_BCK
I2S_OUT_SD
I2S_OUT_WS
I2S_OUT_MCK
SPDIF_IN
SPDIF_OUT
PWM0
3.3VA
SCL
LCD_OP
SDA

R253

1.32V
2.5VA
3.3VA

1.32V
RXO0RXO0+
RXO1RXO1+
RXO2RXO2+
RXOCRXOC+
RXO3RXO3+
RXO4RXO4+

KEY0

R254

IR_SYNC

KEY1

KEY PAD

KEYBOARD

IFAGC-T 7

RXE4+
RXE4RXE3+
RXE3RXEC+
RXECRXE2+
RXE2RXE1+
RXE1RXE0+
RXE0-

DIF IN

L202

5VA

RP11

+3.3Vstb

C260

R221 C266 VIFM
0R/51R 0.1uF

L204

0.1uF

FB/56Ω-300mA-0603
C268

IFAGC

UART2_RX
5

8

SPI_CSN
SPI_SCK
SPI_SDI
SPI_SDO

VDD
HOLD#

SI

SCK

SO

CE#

U17

WP#

EN25F32

VSS

3.3VA
UART2_TX
PWM1
1.32V

NC/120pF
R220
0R/33R

2.5VA

SPI_SDI
SPI_SCK
VCC-FLASH
+3.3Vstb

R149

1
2
FLASH_WP0N 3

SPI_CSN

4.7K

FB/56Ω-300mA-0603

R218
NC
R219
NC

C2

24.000MHz
C273
15pF

Y201

C269
C1 15pF

Close to MSTAR IC
with width trace

R225
XTALO 0R

XTAL
R228
1M

3.3VA

EARPHONE_L
EARPHONE_R
+3.3Vstb
XTALO
XTALI
+3.3Vstb
2.5VA
VIFM
VIFP
4

Title

Size

Custom

Date:

D

C

B

A

- 26 -

7 D_IFP

C265
0R/0.1uF

USB1_DUSB1_D+
SPDIF_OUT

01234(525MS

XTALI

C1=C2=2*CL-5

NOTE:       30PPM

4.7K

NC

4.7K

4.7K

I2S_OUT_SD R233

R237

4.7K

I2S_OUT_BCK
R234

Mode Selection

R238

4.7K

R241

I2S_OUT_MCK
R235
PWM1

+3.3Vstb

R155
10K

5
6
7
8

FOR TEST

1K

SPI_SDO

NC/10K
SPI_CSN

R153

+3.3Vstb

FLASH_WP

R156

4
TF4
TF5
FLASH_WP0N
3
SPI_SDO 2 TF3 TF1 TF6
TF2 TP TF7
SPI_CSN 1
TF1
TF8

FLASH

PWM0

PWR-ON/OFF 9
ON_PBACK 9
ADJ-PWM 9
ON_PANEL 8

HP_DET 8
AMP-MUTE 4

UART_TX 4
UART_RX 4

4

LINEIN_L3
LINEIN_R3
LINEIN_L5
LINEIN_R5
C135
0.1uF

0R
TGPIO0
TGPIO1
R222
M_SCL
M_SDA

7 D_IFN

USB & SPDIF_OUT
6 USB1_D6 USB1_D+
4 SPDIF_OUT

5Vstb

RESET
D201
BAV99
C275
1uF

C277
1nF

System-RST

PWR-ON/OFF
ON_PBACK
PWM0
PWM1
UART_TX
UART_RX

UART2_TX
AMP-MUTE

DVD_ON/OFF

TUNER_SCL 7
TUNER_SDA 7

2

3
2

3
2

217
System-RST
216
IR_SYNC
215
HDMI-CEC
214
UART_TX
213
UART_RX
212
AMP-MUTE
211
KEY0
210
KEY1
209
ON_PBACK
208
C202 1uF
207
PWR-ON/OFF
206
LED
205
SPI_Flash-CSN
204
203
+3.3Vstb
FLASH_WP
202
SPI_Flash-SDO
201
SPI_Flash-SDI
200
SPI_Flash-SCK
199
GND_EFUSE
198
USB1_D+
197
USB1_D196
195
194
193
1.32V
A-TMCKE
192
A-TMBA2
191
A-TMA3
190
A-TMA7
189
A-TMA12
188
A-TMA9
187
186
1.8VA
185
A-TMA5
184
A-TMA10
183
A-TMA1
182
A-TMBA0
181
A-TMBA1
180
A-TMWEB
179
A-TMA13
178
A-TMA11
177
A-TMA8
176
A-TMA6
175
A-TMA4
174
173
1.8VA
A-TMA2
172
A-TMA0
171
A-TMCASB
170
A-TMRASB
169
A-TMODT
168
167
3.3VA
166
A-TMCKB
165
A-TMCK
164
163
1.8VA
QFP_GND
PAD_RESET
PAD_IRIN
PAD_CEC
PAD_DDCA_DA
PAD_DDCA_CK
PAD_GPIO_PM[1]
PAD_SAR0
PAD_SAR1
PAD_SAR2
DVDD_NODIE
PAD_GPIO_PM[4]
PAD_GPIO_PM[5]
PAD_GPIO_PM[6]
AVDD_NODIE
PAD_PWM_PM
PAD_PM_SPI_DO
PAD_PM_SPI_DI
PAD_PM_SPI_CK
GND_EFUSE
PAD_DP_P1
PAD_DM_P1
PAD_DP_P0
PAD_DM_P0
VDD
PAD_IO[0]
PAD_IO[1]
PAD_IO[2]
PAD_IO[3]
PAD_IO[4]
PAD_IO[5]
VDDIOA_CMD
PAD_IO[6]
PAD_IO[7]
PAD_IO[8]
PAD_IO[9]
PAD_IO[10]
PAD_IO[11]
PAD_IO[12]
PAD_IO[13]
PAD_IO[14]
PAD_IO[15]
PAD_IO[16]
PAD_IO[17]
VDDIOA_CMD
PAD_IO[18]
PAD_IO[19]
PAD_IO[20]
PAD_IO[21]
PAD_IO[22]
PAD_IO[23]
AVDD_PLL
PAD_IO[24]
PAD_IO[25]
VDDIOA_MCLK
L206

FB

Closed to MST IC

silicon tuner
C258:0R
C265:0R
R216:0R
R220:0R
R217:0R
R221:0R
C259:0.1μF
C266:0.1μF
C260:NC
L201:NC
R218:NC
R219:NC
can tuner
C258:0.1μF
C265:0.1μF
R216:33R
R220:33R
R217:51R
R221:51R
C259:0.1μF
C266:0.1μF
C260:120pF
L201:100nH
R218:NC
R219:NC

R227
100K

R230
10K 1
Q201
MMBT3906
R231
1K
R232
100K

R257
R255

R279
R259

TGPIO1
SPDIF_IN
I2S_OUT_WS
TUNER_SCL
TUNER_SDA

C279
C280
100P
100P

C276
2.2uF

10K
10K

NC/10K
10K  

GPIO

5Vstb

3.3VA

NC/10KR263
NC/10KR263
10K
R265
10K
R267
R268
R269

C283
10P

R243
R244
8.2K
8.2K
100P C281
100P C285
10P C282

C

B

A

M_SCL0R
M_SDA0R

C284
100P

3

PAD_LINEIN_L3
PAD_LINEIN_R3
PAD_LINEIN_L5
PAD_LINEIN_R5
AVDD_AU33
PAD_LINEOUT_L0
PAD_LINEOUT_R0
AVSS_EAR33
PAD_EARPHONE_OUTL
PAD_EARPHONE_OUTR
AVDD_EAR33
PAD_XTAL_OUT
PAD_XTAL_IN
AVDD3P3_DMPLL
AVDD25_DREF/AVDD2P5_DADC
PAD_VIFM
PAD_VIFP
AVDD2P5_DPGA
AVSS_DPGA
PAD_IFAGC
PAD_TGPIO0
PAD_TGPIO1
PAD_TESTPIN
PAD_DDCR_CK
PAD_DDCR_DA
PAD_UART_RX2
VDDP_1
PAD_UART_TX2
PAD_PWM1
VDD/AVDD1P2_DVI_C
PAD_HOTPLUGC
PAD_C_RXCN
PAD_C_RXCP
PAD_C_RX0N
PAD_C_RX0P
AVDD_DVI_PC
PAD_C_RX1N
PAD_C_RX1P
PAD_DDCDC_DA
PAD_C_RX2N
PAD_C_RX2P
PAD_DDCDC_CK
PAD_B_ODD[0]
PAD_B_ODD[1]
PAD_B_ODD[2]
PAD_B_ODD[3]
PAD_B_ODD[4]
PAD_B_ODD[5]
PAD_B_ODD[6]
PAD_B_ODD[7]
PAD_G_ODD[0]
PAD_G_ODD[1]
PAD_G_ODD[2]
PAD_G_ODD[3]
8 6 4 2

1

55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
7 5 3 1

2
2
3

(MST IC)
A-TMCKE
A-TMBA2
A-TMA3
A-TMA7
A-TMA12
A-TMA9
A-TMA5
A-TMA10
A-TMA1
A-TMBA0
A-TMBA1

5

RP301

(DDR2 memory)
A-MCKE
A-MBA2
A-MA3
A-MA7
RP/100R/0402

100R
A-MA10
A-MA1
A-MBA0
A-MBA1

RP302 RP/75R/0402A-MA12
A-MA9
A-MA5
R1

8 6 4 2

RP305

A-TMWEBRP303 RP/75R/0402 A-MWEB
150R
A-TMA13 R2
A-MA13
A-TMA11
A-MA11
A-TMA8
A-MA8
A-TMA6
A-MA6
RP304 RP/75R/0402
A-MA4
A-MA2
A-MA0
A-MCASB
RP/75R/0402
A-TMA4
A-TMA2
A-TMA0
A-TMCASB

8 6 4 2

A-TMRASB R303
A-TMODT R304
22R
22R

75R
75R
A-MCKB
A-MCK

A-MRASB
A-MODT

10nF

C329

R307R308
56R 56R

A-TMCKB R305
A-TMCK R306

5

4

B3
UDM
F3
LDM

1.8VA
U301
PRMOS/V59C1512164QDJ25
A-TMDMU
A-TMDML
A-TMDQSL F7
A-TMDQSLB E8 LDQS
A-TMDQSU B7 LDQS#
A-TMDQSUB A8 UDQS
UDQS#

A-MA1
A-MA10
A-MA5

A-MBA1
A-MBA0

A-TMDQL6
A-TMDQL1
A-TMDQL3
A-TMDQL4

M3
A1
M2
A10
N3
A5

L3
BA1
L2
BA0

F1
DQ6
G2
DQ1
H3
DQ3
H1
DQ4

A-TMDQU3 D3
A-TMDQU4 D1 DQ11
A-TMDQU1 C2 DQ12
A-TMDQU6 B1 DQ9
DQ14

A-MA9
A-MA12
A-MA7
A-MA3

R7
RFU
L1
RFU
R3
RFU

P3
A9
R2
A12
P2
A7
N2
A3
A-MBA2

A-MA13

4

J1

NC

WE#
BA1
A1
A5
A9
RFU

E

F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R

3

VssQ LDQS# VddQ

VddQ

LDQS VssQ DQ7
VddQ DQ0

VssQ DQ5
Vdd

DQ2

VssDL CK

ODT

A6

A2

A8

A4

A0

Vss

Vdd

RAS# CK#

A11

NC

CAS# CS#

RFU

1.8VA

R302
1K

1.8VA

2

A-TMCKE
A-TMWEB
A-TMCASB
A-TMRASB
A-TMODT

A-TMDQSU
A-TMDQSUB
A-TMDQSL
A-TMDQSLB

A-TMCK
A-TMCKB

A-TMDMU
A-TMDML

A-TMDQL[0:7]

A-TMDQU[0:7]

A-TMA[0:13]

A-TMBA[0:2]

1

A-TMCKE 2
A-TMWEB 2
A-TMCASB 2
A-TMRASB 2
A-TMODT 2

A-TMDQSU 2
A-TMDQSUB 2
A-TMDQSL 2
A-TMDQSLB 2

A-TMCK 2
A-TMCKB 2

A-TMDMU 2
A-TMDML 2

A-TMDQL[0:7] 2

A-TMDQU[0:7] 2

A-TMA[0:13] 2

A-TMBA[0:2] 2

1

9

Rev
1.0

C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328

MSD3391DS

DDR2

Sheet

of

C316

1K

R301

A-MVReF
A-MCKE
A-MCK
A-MCKB C330

A-MA0
A-MA2
A-MA4
A-MA6

Document Number

Friday, October 21, 2011

3

0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

Title

Custom

Size
Date:
2

10uF

A-TMDQU7 0.1uF
A-TMDQU0
A-TMDQU2
A-TMDQU5
A-TMDQL7
A-TMDQL0
A-TMDQL2
A-TMDQL5
A-MODT
A-MRASB

M8
A0
M7
A2
N8
A4
N7
A6

A-MA8
A-MA11
A-MWEB

A-MCASB

P8
A8
P7
A11
K3
WE#

K9
ODT
K7
RAS#
L8
CS#
L7
CAS#

F9
DQ7
G8
DQ0
H7
DQ2
H9
DQ5

1
2
3
7
8
9
J2
Vref
A
K2
Vdd NC
Vss
VssQ UDQS# VddQ CKE J8
CLK
B
K8
DQ14 VssQ UDM
UDQS VssQ DQ15 CLK#
C
B9
VddQ DQ9 VddQ
VddQ DQ8 VddQ DQ15 C8
DQ8
D
D7
DQ12 VssQ DQ11
DQ10 VssQ DQ13 DQ10 D9
DQ13
Vdd

VssQ LDM

Vss

DQ6

VddQ
VssQ DQ3

VddQ DQ1
DQ4

A12

A7

A3

A10

BA0

CKE

VddL Vref Vss

RFU

Vss

Vdd

3

D

C

B

A

- 27 -

D

C

B

A

8 6 4 2

VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VddQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssDL

8 6 4 2

A9
C1
C3
C7
C9
E9
G1
G3
G7
G9
A7
B2
B8
D2
D8
E7
F2
F8
H2
H8
J7

7 5 3 1

VddL

Vss
Vss
Vss
Vss
Vss

7 5 3 1

A1
E1
J9
M9
R1
A3
E3
J3
N1
P9

8 6 4 2

7 5 3 1

Vdd
Vdd
Vdd
Vdd
Vdd
NC
NC
NC

R8
A2
E2

7 5 3 1
7 5 3 1

D

C

YPbPr

J403

YPBPR

J405

1

2
3

4
5

6

5

1

2
3

R434

R437

YPbPr_Y 2

YPbPr_PB 2

C453

560p

C452

YPbPr_PR 2

22K

22K

560p

L401
SPDIFOUT
0R/ FB_11_OHM_500MA/NC

R431
75R

R436
12K

R438
12K

YPbPr_Y

YPbPr_PB

1

2
3

4
5

6

1

2
3

4
5

J406

6

5

4

3

2

1

6

5

4

3

2

1

J401

NC/AV-JACK-3/AV

6

J408
S
S
G
Single RCA

SIDE-AU-R

SIDE-AU-L

SIDE_CVBS

YPbPr_PR

SIDE_AV 2

SIDE_AV_L 2

SIDE_AV_R 2

3
2
1

NC/AV-JACK-3/AV

2×3WFG\710R]

C812
10p

PH_L

2×8WFG\718.2R
R947
10R/18.2R

R948

+

1K

C811
10p

+

PH_DET

OFF

J402
11
12
13
14
15

FB408
FB409

DVD_AR
DVD_AL

VGA

DVD_CVBS

1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
10

10Ω
10Ω
10Ω
10Ω

6
3
2
5
4
1

10Ω

10Ω

10Ω

VGA-Bin

VGA-Gin

VGA-Rin

22K

R413

22K

R414

DDC_SCL_D
DDC_SDA_D

FB405

22K

FB406

R868
10K

Q852
3904

12K

R409
R410
100R
100R

100R
100R

R406 R407 R408
75R 75R 75R

R411
R412

VGA-Lin_AU 2

R724

R718
Q701
2N3906

1

330R

VGA-Gin 2

VGA-Rin 2

VGA-Bin 2

UART_RX 2
UART_TX 2

3

R729
100K

R722
1K

VGA_VSYNC 2
VGA_HSYNC 2

D55

330R

BAV99

2

DVD_IN_R 2
DVD_IN_L 2

VGA-Rin_AU 2

DVD_IN_R
DVD_IN_L

220uF/16V

EC112

12K

DVD_AV 2 R429 R430

IRIN 2

R871
1K

R725
270K

DVD_ON/OFF 2

DVD-Rin
DVD-Lin

22K

FB407

R421

100R
100R

R422

R425
R426

0R

0R

VCC_AMP

R427

1K 1

R879

R435
1K

R433
100R

R428
75R

R873

MUTE

Q851
3904

R728
10K

EC117
47uF/25V

21

23

22

20

21

23

22

20

J502

1
2
3
4

5VUSB

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

21
DATA2+
DATA2 SHIELD
DATA2DATA1+
DATA1 SHIELD
DAT1ADATA0+
23DATA0 SHIELD
DATA0CLK+
CLK SHIELD
CLK22
CEC
NC
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V POWER
HOT PLUG
20

HDMI2

J501
21
DATA2+
DATA2 SHIELD
DATA2DATA1+
DATA1 SHIELD
DAT1ADATA0+
23DATA0 SHIELD
DATA0CLK+
CLK SHIELD
CLK22
CEC
NC
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V POWER
HOT PLUG
20

HDMI1

GAIN1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

C601

HDMI_CEC

HDMI2/5V
HOTPLUG_2

HDMI_CEC
HDMI_ARC

NC/10P

HDMI1/5V
HOTPLUG_1

AL+

AR+

+3.3Vstb

R787
NC/10K

R784
GAIN0 10K

R776 0R

R768 0R

2113/9108/3113(3110)

AMP_LIN

AMP_RIN

R783
NC/1K

R786
1K

R601
R602

USB1_DUSB1_D+

RX2B2N
RX2B1P
RX2B1N
RX2B0P

RX2B2P

RX2B0N
RX2BCLKP

5.1R
5.1R
5.1R
5.1R

RX2BCLKN

5.1R

R517
R518

5.1R

5.1R
5.1R

R515
R516

R519
R520

R506
R507

R504
R505

R502
R503

R501

5.1R
5.1R

5.1R
5.1R

5.1R
5.1R

5.1R

RX1BCLKN

RX1B0N
RX1BCLKP

RX1B1N
RX1B0P

RX1B2N
RX1B1P

RX1B2P

R508

DDC1BSCL
DDC1BSDA

R788 1K

2 HDMI1-HPDIN

MUTE

AL+ C738

2

USB1_D- 2
USB1_D+ 2

DDC2BSCL
DDC2BSDA

R511
10K

R529
R530

6

LINP

FAULT

OUTPL

BSPL

PVCCL

5VA

C603

1uF

Q501
3904

HOTPLUG_2

R509
1K

HDMI2/5V

RX2B2P
RX2B2N
RX2B1P
RX2B1N
RX2B0P
RX2B0N
RX2BCLKP
RX2BCLKN
33R
33R

4.7K

LINN

BSNL

BSNR

PGND

OUTNR

OUTNL

AGND

PGND

GAIN0

GVDD

BSPR

OUTPR

GAIN1

PLIMIT

AVCC

RINN

PVCCR

PVCCR

RINP
NC
PBTL

R606

28

27

26

24

25

23

15

16

17

18

19

R604
10K

FB4

1.5A-1206

5VUSB

1uF

EC109 + C605

100uF/16V

Note: 
USB  , ! usb" # $ % &

2.7K

R730

12VA

R727
4.7K

0R

HDMI-CEC 2

R726

C700
1uF

FB1

56Ω-4A-1206

VCC_AMP

HDMI2/5V

HDMI_ARC

ARC

R527 100R

R526
NC/4.7K

+3.3Vstb

FLG
EN

U601 NC/MC2110HNTR
5
1
IN
OUT

3
4

HDMI2-RX2P 2
HDMI2-RX2N 2
HDMI2-RX1P 2
HDMI2-RX1N 2
HDMI2-RX0P 2
HDMI2-RX0N 2
HDMI2-CLKP 2
HDMI2-CLKN 2
HDMI2-SCL 2
HDMI2-SDA 2

HDMI_CEC

VCC_AMP

LOUT+
C727
1μF/1000P

C728
1μF/1000P
LOUT-

ROUTC708
1μF/1000P

C726
1μF/1000P
ROUT+

R732
MUTE#

22K
1

1

HDMI-ARC

1

10R

R734

VCC_AMP

ARC_DET

HDMI-ARC 2

R736
22K

10K 1

AVCC

Q708
2N3906

MSD3391DS

Saturday , February 04, 2012

Sheet

4

YPBPR VGA IN & AV IN

Document Number

Q709
BT3904

R733

FB1LMN 2113/9108/3113 
U705HIJKpin28 

+ EC816
220uF/25V

NC/33uH-2A

FB708 600Ω-3A-1206
L709 NC/33uH-2A

L708 NC/33uH-2A

FB707 600Ω-3A-1206

L707

1uF

C741

VCC_AMP

0.22uF/25V

C733
0.22uF/25V

FB709 600Ω-3A-1206 

U705HIJKpin15

+ EC817
220uF/25V

VCC_AMP

600Ω-3A-1206

L710 NC/33uH-2A

FB710

1uF

C742

VCC_AMP

0.22uF/25V

C734

21
C735
20 0.22uF/25V

22

C731

HDMI1-RX2P 2
HDMI1-RX2N 2
HDMI1-RX1P 2
HDMI1-RX1N 2
HDMI1-RX0P 2
HDMI1-RX0N 2
HDMI1-CLKP 2
HDMI1-CLKN 2
HDMI1-SCL 2
HDMI1-SDA 2

HDMI2/5V

Q502
3904

HOTPLUG_1

R524
1K

HDMI1/5V

RX1B2P
RX1B2N
RX1B1P
RX1B1N
RX1B0P
RX1B0N
RX1BCLKP
RX1BCLKN
33R
33R

R513

R512
10K

R510
10K

HOTPLUG2

4.7K

HDMI1/5V

R523
10K

DDC1BSCL R531
DDC1BSDA R532

R522
10K

R525
10K

2

U705
TPA2113/TPA3113/RT9108
1
SD
PVCCL

HOTPLUG1 R528

MUTE#

0.22uF
AL1+

3
4

7

5
GAIN1

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

AVCC

GAIN0

AL1C729 0.22uF

C725 1uF

R735 NC/0R

C736 1uF
R789
10K
AR1C732 0.22uF
AR+ C739 0.22uF
AR1+

R790 10K/75K
C730 1uF

R755
0R

589:;<=>?@A
B1CU705D:5 TDA3113 E TDA2113 FGR790=10KG
B1CU705D:5 RT9108 FGR790=75K

VCC_AMP

OPHDMIQRSTUVG
.WXY5.1RZ[IQ

5.1R

2 HDMI2-HPDIN

OPHDMIQRSTUVG
.WXY5.1RZ[IQ

R521

R514

5.1R
5.1R

FOR LED USB

RX602

DDC2BSCL
DDC2BSDA

NC/V800AA

USB Interface
J601

USB-101B

RX601

HDMI Interface

NC/V800AA

4

VGA IN

CN402

DVD INTERFACE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7pin 2.0mm

CN403
4
3
2
1

DVD POWER

4pin 2.0mm

1E56 BIT0

MUTE CONTROL

5VA

DVD INPUT

J404

VGA Audio IN

FB410
FB411

16

17

2 AMP-MUTE

1517:

GND

2

1

4
5

6

SIDE_CVBS

SIDE-AU-L

SIDE-AU-R

R440
150R

EC807
AMP_LIN

C138
NC/470p

FOR S2

C813
10p

R851
100R

1K

R946

2×3WFG\710R]
R945
2×8WFG\718.2R
10R/18.2R
PH_R

R827
100K

C139
NC/470p

3.3VA

FOR S2

R825
1K

AMP_RIN

220uF/16V

EC812

220uF/16V

HP_DET
C815
1uF

4pin-2.54mm

ON

R887

C602

R603

10K

NC/1K

6
5

TCL67
GAIN0=0
GAIN1=1

NC/10P

2
3

4
5

6

1

2
3

4
5

6

C401

0.1uF
C405
33pF

2 HP_DET

FOR 2X3W

1
2
3
4

R872

C451

SIDE AV

AV

SPDIF Output
SPDIF_OUT

R29
75R

EARPHONE_LOUT

EARPHONE_ROUT

VCC_AMP

C743
NC/1uF

AL+

NC/470uF/10V
LOUT+
2

NC/100uF/16V

C818 NC/1uF
EC813
EC8081

ROUT+ 1
ROUT- 2
LOUT- 3
LOUT+ 4

8

7
7

8
8

CN807

R423
1

2 SPDIF_OUT

2 EARPHONE_LOUT

J802

2 EARPHONE_ROUT

5
2
1
4
3

SVR

NC/470uF/10V
ROUT+
2
R723 R719

ON:9.7V
OFF:4.3V

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R424
12K

R417

EC8091

AR+

0R

R769

NC/22K

C450
560p

R416
75R

C817 NC/1uF

7

R415
75R

Head Phone

MUTE

0R/4.7K

R778

NC/22K

560p

3113: 0~2V standby
3.4~8.8V mute
9.2↑V normally

2

2

3

3
1

PH_R
PH_DET
PH_L

U802
TPA1517
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1517FG\74.7KG
2113FG\70R

3

3

2

1

2

2
3

12K

2

Head Phone

1517

20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

NC/0R NC/0R

3
2

8
8

8

IN1
SGND
SVRR
OUT1
PGND
OUT2
VCC
M/SB
IN2
GND/HS

4

GND
29

B

A

GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS

5

C819
10P

7
7

75R

+
+
+

7
7
7

7

8
8
8

J701

RFIN

5

1
6

RFIN

3.3V_Tun

C720

1000PF/50V

C701
120pF 100V/5%

3.3V_Tun

C721
47nF 25V 10%

C706

C704
120pF 100V/5%

C722

C723

3.3V_Tun

C724

3.3V_Tun

4

D701
NC/BAV99W

C705
82pF 50V 5%

47nF 25V 10% 47nF 50V +/-5%
10pF 50V +/-5%

4

3.3V_Tun

R701
0R

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

3.3V_Tun

CapRFAGC

GNDDIG2

Test2

Test1

GNDDIG1

AS_XTSel

GNDDIG0

NC

NC

RFin

VCCRF

220nF 10V 10%
C702

3

3.3V_Tun

U701

TDA18273

100nf 16V 5%
C703

3.3V_Tun
C715
18pF 50V 5%
C716
100nF16V 10%

TUNER_SCL 2

TUNER_SDA 2

NX3225GA/16MHz

Y701

C714
18pF 50V 5%

NC/47pF

C744 C711
NC/47pF

3

IRQ
V_Sync
V_IF_AGC
VCCIF
GNDIF
IFP
IFn
GNDDIG3
XTOUT2
XTOUT1

30
29
28

R704
430 5%

2

R703
1k 5%

3.3V_Tun

3.3V_TUNER 1

D_IFN 2

IFAGC-T 2

C709
100nF16V 10%

D_IFP 2

Title

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TUNER

58^_`aGCLVDS 
C710
100nF16V 10%

C719
220nF 10V +/-10%

C707
6.8nF 50V 10%

3.3V_Tun
27

26
25
24
23
22
21

C718
2.7nF 50V 10%

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VHFSupply
CP
20

100nH_150mA_+/-5%
L705

32
VHFL
19

33
VHFSens
GNDSYNT
18

8.2nH_110mA_+/-0.1nH
L704

34
VHFH

35
VCCRF Filter
VCCSYN
16

CAPREGVCO
17

2.4nH_220mA_+/-0.05nH
L703
36

UHFL
Xtalnot
15

37
UHFSupply
Xtal
14

2.2nH 1000mA +/- 0.2nH
L702
38

UHFH
Test1
13

150pF 50V 5%

L706

39
RFAGC_Sense
SDA
12

General Vcc decoupling
3.3V_Tun

220nH 120mA 5%

40
SCL

11

VTUN

C717
6.8nF 50V +/-10%

3.3V_Tun

C713

330nH 140mA 5%

Each of these Vcc pins of TDA18273 is decoupled by a
single capacitor (pin 1, 16, 27, 35)

C712

D

C

B

A

5

R706
4.7K

R705
4.7K

47nF 25V 10%

L701
10uF 6.3V/5%

10
9
8
7
5
4
3
2

D

4

RV1

2

4

2

CX1

PTC
RDH5-3A-W

CN800
AC IN

CH1

5

3

1

LF801

3
LF800
1

R884
R888
1M

1M

D811

470K

R876

FR107

CY801

F800

RT1

EN
VCC

SDBX

AGND

20

17

18

19

R881
1M/1206

R886
NC/24K

R882
1M/1206
R877
470k

+

EC805
47uF/400V

%I&

FB

RI

U807

R878
470k

3

2

1
2

J8
+5V 

J3
+12V

1
2

1000p/25V

C1068

DB

20K

R830

SHD

BX

R832
100R

R76
100R

LED6

LED8

R838
100R

ON/BK

R831
51K
FB

+5V

6
4

1
2
3
4

J4

C1056
0.1uF/50V
D801
FLZ18VC

GATE
CS

C15 1uF
C18 0.1uF

R850

100R

+5V

LED9

+

4

R880
10R

C1053
47uF/50V

R889
100R

R894

3906
Q811

D809
FR107

R865
68K/2W

100P

J7
1
2

R890

Q810
10N60
3

10K

C1034
472/1KV

XY

1R-1206
2R2-1206
2R2-1206
2R2-1206

10
3

11
2

12
1

6
8

5
9
4

NP1

3
10

NP2

NP2

2
NC

1
12

6
8

5
9
4

C001

101/1KV

T102
T103

!I"G#$EMC

R900
1K
U809
TL431

FB

NC
12V
12V

NB2

GND
GND
NB1

5V

5V

R898
1K

R901
100K

1
8
6
7

10
4
5
9

12
2
11
3

3

1
3

R867

D806
TO-220B
SBR20100
1
3

22R/1206

22R/1206

JR3 0R-1206

JR2 0R-1206

JR1 0R-1206

R869

+12VB

R899
36K
C1070
2.2uF

R950
4.7K
L:ON
H:OFF
2 ON_PBACK

OFF

R954
NC/10K

R953

R959
1k

Q813
1

2

2

C1022
680PF

3904

1

+

C39

C1039
+

C25

C1081
+

1k
C950
10uF

L806

C1035
+

PWR-ON/OFF

470uF/16V

10uH/3.8A

2

+12VB

2

C1051
1nF

R875
10k

R858
10K

0.1uF

C1040

3
5

9

C17

30K

R35

C1041

15uH-3A

22nF/25V

200K

R34

SS24

D4

L2

Q806
AO4435

R870
100K

3904

Q808

10nF/25V

R36
5.6K 1%

R32
7.5K/0603

C22
3.3nF/25V

GND

FB

SW

C24
0.1μF/25V

MP2303

VIN

U2

C1038
0.1uF
+3.3Vstb

2

7

C23

1
2
3
4
5
6

CON810

FOR CPT

1
2
3
4
5
6

J1

Vout=1.25× !R826+R823 //R826
?'.W(R826 G)R823 G
*+,-./01N

100P/50V

ON/OFF
RT8296A

LED+

C931

1
2

0.1uF/50V

1
2

1R-1206
1R-1206

LED1
LED3
LED+
LED5
LED7

ON/BK
BL-ADJUST

12VA
12VA

HEADER 2

3
4

CN2

2

H:ON
L:OFF

+

R856
R860

FOR CPT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

3
4

22Ω-1206

5Vstb

C26
1000P/50V

R70

LED+

R826
1.5K

LED5
LED6
LED7
LED8

100R ON/BK

BL-ADJUST

CN803

C1026
47uF/50V

R823
51K

SR360
1 DO-15

SR360 DO-15
1

100pF

5Vstb

R27
100K

1000uF/25V

C40

R31
47K

0.1μF/25V

D10
2

R952

LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED+

R750
47R

D9
2

C37
100pF

100pF

OVP

FB1
C750
100pF

CN802

5VA

R951
4.7K

R958
NC/22K

R956

R41 only for 3.3V PWM output

Q812
3904

FOR CPT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

+12VB

1000uF/25V

EC3
220uF/25V

C1037
680PF

R955
4.7K

5VA

1K

LED5
LED6
LED7
LED8

LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED+

0.68Ω-0805
0.68Ω-0805
0.68Ω-0805

Q103
B601001
TO252-DPAK

C1071
0.1uF
R902
10K

R2297

NC/10uH/3.8A

10K

L807

R839

10uH/3.8A

R700
22R

C35
NC

R65
R68
R69

LED

10nF/25V

C32

3.3K

L805

EFD25
EFD25

R893
470R

DRV

C38
1uF

SHD

C31

C34
0.1uF/50V

12

10
9
8

R18
270K

ON

HEADER 12
CN2 7P18.5 E21.6 U3
U4 " D10 "
CN805 CN806 7P26",CN2 "
CN804 7P23.6, U4 " 

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

CN806

1000P/25V

11

13

14

CY802
2.2nF

AGND

SHDN

FB

COMP

SS

+

12VA

U808
PC817

C1021
47uF/50V

U5
AP3039A

+12V

UVLO
OV
EN
VIN

CS

VCC
OUT

1
2
3

LED13
LED14
LED15
LED16

LED+
LED+

LED9
LED10
LED11
LED12

RT

FB1

LED16

LED12

PGND

NC

R847

NC

R846

R845
20K

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

R721
10K

R720
20K

R895
R896
R897
R903

R892 22R-0805
470R

OVP

DRV

CN804
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
HEADER 12

LED15

LED11

FB

FOR CPT

R14

C27

100R

1uF

LED+
LED+
LED5
LED6
LED7
LED8

R843
510K

LED10

LED14

R844
200K

1uF

LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4

ON/BK

C1069

R891
1K

NC

R849

NC

R848

C14

5Vstb
PWR-ON/OFF

+12V

BL-ADJUST

\7CN2FG 

SHD

R829
NC
R828
12K
Iout=1.194×400/(R828//R829)

+5V

ON/BK

C16 1uF
C20 0.1uF

LED13

1k
C951
1uF

R26

+12V

+

C1063

1

AO4468

Q809

0.1uF

1
3
2
4

0.1uF

C1061

9

+

J3X/4X 23XY---- 456

C1042
0.1μF/25V

8
7
6
5

220uF/16V

EC4

+

12VA

+

5Vstb

EC806
220uF/16V

R874
100K

NC/200R

EC5

12VA

5VA

5Vstb

PWR-ON/OFF

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TP5

TP4

TP3

TP2

TP1

220uF/16V

1

D804
2A06

1
CH2
CH3
CH4
16
15
14
13
12
11

R835
NC

DB

NC

R837

BX

R842
NC

Iout=1.194×400/(R841//R842)

R957

Title

Size

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Date:

1

2

D803
2A06

2

FB
ISET

SDB

U3

PGND1

FBX

PGND2
CH5
AP3608E
NC
PWM

LED5

20
19
18

16

17

15
14

R841
12K

ADJ-PWM

2

2

FB7
40R

D805
2A06

3

7
CH6
CH7
CH8

BL-ADJUST

LED2

LED7

VCC

EN

LED4

AP3608E

AGND

CH2

CH1

U4

CH3

SDBX

FB

SDB

CH4
PGND1

ISET

PGND2
CH5

13
12
11

2

1
2

D810
HER207

10k
R319
8
NC/SS

1
BS
GND
COMP
4
6

VDD

D807
2A06

LED1

4

8

7

NC

FBX

1

R885
1M

LED2

LED5

9

1

8

CH6

PWM

CH7
CH8

2

R883
1M

CY800

LED3

LED6

10

2

LED13

9

4

2
1

5
GND
1

18.524\7U5G9`>\7U5+U3
26\7
R850G\7FG GF".W

LED4
5

LED7

6

LED8

R834
NC

LED9

LED14

10

R853
100R

3

1
2

Note: Left C47 NC, R38 change to 100ohm if want to output PWM puls

3

+5V

9

5VA

C1066
220uF/16V

of

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1.0

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2

26\70RGI
LED1

LED10
3

NC

R836

LED11
4

LED3

LED12
5

LED15

6

LED16

BL-ADJUST

4

3
2

C

B

A

5

3
2

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Service Manual
Model No.:

7-3 .Wiring Connection Diagram

1
2

3
4

NO. Name
Connection Wire(For Speaker)
1
Connection Wire(For Keyboard
2
LVDS Wire
3
Connection wire(Blacklight )
4
5

and Remote)

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Service Manual
Model No.:

8. Measurements and Adjustments
1. PICTURE MENU

Note:
1). Audio language is available in ATSC/TVmode only.
2). Auto volume is available only when the input signal volume is too
large or there is distortion.

In this menu,you can adjust the picture options here,
such as contrast, brightness, etc.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.

<

Picture Mode
Color Temperature
VGA Setting
Aspect Ratio
Noise Reduction

Picture

Standard
Normal
Fill
Middle

>

3. TIMER MENU
In this menu, you can adjust the sleep timer, time zone, etc. Press
select,press OK to adjust.

Note:
1). If you want to adjust contrast, brightness, color, and sharpness, the picture mode
must be set to personal.
2). This will increase or decrease Warm (red) and Cool (blue) colors to suit your
personal preference.
Select Cool to give the white colors a blue tint, Normal to give the white colors a
neutral tint, Warm to give the white colors a red tint.
Standard mode is the default setting, if you select some other options, the power
consumption may change.

<

Sleep Timer
Time Zone
DST
Time Format
Clock

Time

Off
Pacific
Off
12-hour
----/--/-- --

to

<

Note:
1). Time zone, DST (Daylight Saving Time) and the clock are available in
ATSC mode only, and the Clock can't be adjusted.
1.1 Advanced
When a PC is connected, you can adjust the PC advanced settings.
1). H-Pos: Adjust the horizontal position of the screen.
2). V-Pos: Adjust the vertical position of the screen.
3). Clock: Fine tune the screen width.
4). Phase: Fine tune the phase of the screen. Usually you don't adjust this
item.
5). Auto: Auto adjust to fit the screen.

4.OPTION menu
In this menu, you can adjust the Menu language, Closed Caption, Restore
Default etc.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.

Menu Language
Transparent
Closed Caption
Restore Default

Advanced
H-Pos

<

Option

English
25%

<

H-Pos
Clock
Phase
Auto

4.1 Closed Caption
MENU

CC Mode

2.AUDIO menu
In this menu, you can ajust the sound options here.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.

CC Off

Basic Selection CC1
Advanced Selection Servicel
Option

<

Audio

Sound Mode
Audio Language
Digital Output
Surround Sound
Auto Volume

Standard
English
PCM
Off
Off
<

MENU

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OPERATION
Content

1). CC Mode: Switch the closed caption mode.
2). Advanced selection: only available in ATSC.
3). Option: Used to edit the CC font.

Rating

Note:
1). Restore Default: Restore Default will clear all the programs and reset
all the settings to default value.

Content

FV
L
D
V
S
(Adult
(Sexually
(Fantasy (Violence) (Sexual
violence)
situation) language) suggestive
dialog)

TV-Y (All
children)
TV-Y7(Direct to

Suggested order children)
TV-G(General
age

X

audience)

5.LOCK MENU
In this menu, you can change the password and adjust the vchip settings.
Enter the password, to enter the lock menu. The factory default password
is 0000.

<

Change Password
System Lock
US
Canada
RRT Setting
Resel RRT

Lock

TV-PG(Parental
Guidance
suggested)

X

X

X

X

TV-14(Parents
strongly
cautioned)

X

X

X

X

TV-MA(Mature
audience only)

X

X

X

And use the ENTER key to lock/unlock Parental
Controls .
Off

<

2). MPAA: Switching the movie-rating control level;
N/A, G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17, X.
Rating
G

5.1 Change Password
1). Old password: Input the old password.
2). New password: Input the new password.
3). Confirm password: Input the new password again.

PG
Age PG-13
R

5.2 System Lock
When the System Lock switch is ON, the options listed below can be
adjusted.
5.3 US
Press the OK button to display the following screen.

NC-17
X

Description
General audiences, All Ages admitted
Parental Guidance suggested. Some material may not be
Suitable for children.
Parents strongly cautioned. Some material .may be
Inappropriate for children under 13.
Restrict. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult
guardian(age varies in some jurisdictions)
No one 17 and under admitted.
X is an older rating that is unified with NC-17 but may be
encoded in the data of older movies.

5.4 Canada
Press the OK button, to display the following screen.

TV
MPAA

Canada
Canada Eng
Canada Fre

MENU

OK

1). TV: Press the OK buttonto display the following screen.

TV RATING

MENU

1). Canada English: Switching the English rating control
level: EXEMPT, C, C8+, G, PG, 14+, 18+.

ALL
FV
V
S
L
D
MENU

OK

OK

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OPERATION
Description

Rating
E
C

Exempt: Includes news, sports, documents and other information
programming: talk shows, music videos, and variety programming.
Children: Intended for younger children under the age of 8 years.
Pays careful attention to themes that could threaten their sense of
securityand well-being.

C8+

Children over 8 years old: Contains no portrayal of violence as the
preferred, acceptable, or only way to resolve conflict; nor encourage
children to imitate dangerous acts which they may see on the screen .

G

General: Considered acceptable for all age groups, Appropriate
viewing for the entire family, contains very little violence, physical,
verbal or emotional.
Parental Guidance: Intended for a general audience, but may not be
suitable for younger children (under the age of 8) because it could
contain controversial themes or issues.

Age PG

14+

18+

Over 14 Years: Could contain themes where violence is one of the
dominant elements of the storyline But it must be integral to the
devel opment of plot or character. Language usage could be profane
and nudity , present within the context of theme.

<

Air/Cable
Auto Scan
Favorite
Show/Hide
DTV Signal

Channel

Cable

<

6.1 Air/Cable:
Select Air TV signal and cable TV signal.
6.2 Auto Scan:
If it's the first time you use the TV, you should scan all the TV channels
first.
Press the OK button to confirm, to display the following screen.

Adults: Intended for viewers 18 years and older and might contain
depictions of violence, which while related to the development of
plot, character or themes, are intended for adult viewing. Could
contain graphic language and portrayals of secretary and nudity.

Auto Scan
Scan all channels
Digital channel only
Analog channel only

2). Canada French: Switching the French-rating control
level: E, G, 8ANS+, 13 ANS+, 16ANS+, 18ANS+.

Rating

MENU

Description

E

Exempt programming

G

General :All ages and children, contains minimal direct violence,
but may be integrated into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic
manner .

8ans+

General but inadvisable for young children :May be viewed by a
wide public audience, but could contain scenes disturbing to
children under 8 who cannot distinguish between imaginary and
real situations. Recommended for viewing with paren.

Age

13ans+

OK

Press the OK button to select a scan type, you will see the message below
which indicates that the auto search is in progress.

Auto Scan

Over 13 years: Could contain scenes of frequent violent scenes
and in tense violence.

16ans+ Over 16 years: Could contain frequent violent scenes and violence.

DTV+ATV

Found:

0

Programme(S)

Analog:

0

Programme(S)

Digital:

0

Programme(S)

18ans+ Over 18 years: Only for adult viewing. Could contain frequent
violent scenes and extreme violence.
1%...

5.5 RRT setting
in ATSC digital TV mode, it can be adjusted
5.6 Reset RRT:
Press OK button, the screen will be displayed as follow:

RF CH 2

DTV

6.3 Favorite:
Press the OK button to choose/delete favorite channels.
6.4 Show/Hide
Press the OK button to display/ hide the current channel.
6.5 DTV signal
Display DTV strength signal. It can't be selected or adjusted.

6. Channel MENU
In this menu, you can adjust digital and analog TV Channels.
Press
to select, press OK to adjust.

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8.1 How to enter into the factory model
1. You can press "source-2-5-8-0" to go into factory setting. Presse the key "exit"
to shut the factory setting.

content:
1: ADC setup: set ADC value of YUV,VGA. It can also be auto-set. Adopt 100%
color bar to yuv and Checkerboard signal to vga.
2:Adjust the brightness and contrast ratio of each signal, which do not affect the
value of user's menu.
3: adjust the color temperature and white balance of each signal source.
4: SSC to adjust the spectrum for passing the EMC test.
5:special set
1)2hour off-- for Aging test
2)WDT --watch dog
3)white pattern --set pure color output for the panel, used at the checking and
aging test for panel.
4)reset
5)set the recorder
6)set power-on screen display.
6:QMAP adjust :adjust color quality.
7:PEQ set sound EQ
8:sw information: to check the sofeware information
9:UART DEBUG : Access to serial port and connect a computer if set to HK.
10:BMTEST :cpu check the CPU
The last line is SW Ver.No

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8.2 How to update software
Haier MSD6M182 F/W upgrade with USB SOP
Step 1: Ready for F/W Upgrade
1.1 Prepare a USB memory . 
      

    

#$ % 
it from computer’s USB port!
Step 2: F/W Upgrade
2.1 AC ON

2.2,then input USB , press "MENU" and choose "update software", and then press "OK".

2.3,Now you should choose "Yes",TV begin to update.You should reset TV after update.

Note: When Upgrade on the process, please don’t Power-Off!

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8.3 How to enter into the hotel model
1. You can press "source-1-0-0-1" to go into the hotel model. Presse the key "exit"
to shut the hotel model.

Content:

1.Hotel Mode: Hotel mode switch
2.Panel Key Lock: Panel key lock
3.Max Volume: Hotel mode can adjust the maximum volume
4.Start Source: Hotel mode locking TV signal source
5.Start Channel: Hotel mode locking program channels
6.Start Menu Display: Hotel Mode menu is displayed
7.Input Source Change: Hotel mode is to display the Source
8.Save to USB: TV related equipment will be copied to the system, U disk ,
to other machines used for cloning
9.Loaking: U disk data will be cloned into the machine
10.Volume Default

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9. Trouble shooting
9-1. Simple check

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Change LVDS wire

Yes

Check if there is +12V at
Pin35 in CN204

Yes

Check if there is +30V
at C931

No picture but h
ave sound

No

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Still having
problems

the

No

Replace
Q103ǃ
D9 ǃD10ǃ

Replace U3 or
U5 U4

No

Change Panel

Check if Q103 ǃ
ǃ D10ǃ D9 ǃ
is working

Yes

Check if U3 and U4 Pin20
˄3.3V˅ǃPin11˄5V˅ǃ
Pin19˄5V˅;U5 ˖
Pin2(0.72V)ǃPin3
˄5V˅ǃPin4(12V)ǃ
Pin6(5.7V) is normal

Replace
Q101

No

9-2. Main board failure check

Model No.:

Service Manual

No

Still having problems

Check the
speakers

No

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Change Mainboard

Check if there is output at Pin1ǃPin4 of CN807

Yes

Check if there is input at Pin3ǃPin12 of U705

Yes

No

No

No

No

Change L707 L708
L709 L710

Change U705

Change FB1

Check the signal input
circuit of C736 C739
and EC807 EC812

check the signal input
circuit of L203,L205

Check the input source

Check if there is +12V at Pin15 and Pin28 of U705

Yes

Check if there is input at C738 ǃC739

Yes

Check if there is signal at L203 and L205

Yes

Check if there is
sound input signal

No sound but have picture

Model No.:

Service Manual

Change
Mainboard

Yes

Check if the voltage
pressure of J7 Pin2 is high
voltage pressure (More
than 3V)

Yes

Check if there is voltage
pressure in the pad of the
L806˄12V˅ˈ L2(5V)

No sound No picture

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No

No

Change U1

CHANGE
Q810

Replace
Remote
Control Board

Yes

No

Chang
U1

Yes

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Connect the
power cord to the
socket

Still having
problems

No

Change
Mainboard

Chang U101 OR U102 OR U105
OR D101

Replace D806 or
U2

Check if L101ஂ1.32Vஃଞ
L102ஂ1.8VஃଞL103ஂ
3.3VஃଞD101ஂ2.5Vஃis
working

Check if there is voltage
pressure in J3(12V)ଞ
J5(5Vstb)

Yes

Check if the power cord
is correctly connected

No

No sound No picture No light

No
Change sound
system

Still having
problems

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Update the software and
make the reboot;
or change the
Mainboard

For ease of use, recommend that customer format the picture and sound
settings in the automatic option.

Verify if sound system is
correct .

Poor sound

Poor sound

Still having
problems

Refer to relative
instructions in the
Manual for color adjust

Yes

check out of picture
and sound system

Yes

Verify if the same
problem exists in
other channels

No color for some
channel program (blac
k and white)

Change the channel to the right
sound system (PAL-M/N PAL-D/K
)

Check out of picture and sound
system of this channel

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Updata the software and
make the reboot;
or change the maiboard

No

No

No color for some channel program (black and
white)

Still having
problems

Check J3 voltage of 12
and J8 of 5

Yes

Check if there is high
level (2.5V-5.0V) at
Pin2 in J7

Yes

Power on and check if
5V standby on the
Power board exists ?

Yes

Check if the power cord
connect well?

Replace Q806 or Q809

Check if the break in the power
circuit
No

Replace U1

Replace U1

Reconnect the power cord with
the outlet or Power board.

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Check if Main board / LVDS wire / Panel are
in good condition ?

No

No

No

No

How to know whether the Power board is broken?

™

™

™

™

™

™

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1. check if the power supply have
12V and 5V output
2.Verify if the DC/DC convertors
have the right output
(5V,3.3V,2.5V,1.8V,1.32V)
3.Verify if the Mainchip(MSD3391),
DDR, AudioAMP…solder well;
4.Verify if the FLASH(U17) has the
right software and work well;
5.Verify if the Y1(Crystal) has the
right frequency

• Mainboard not work

1. check if the voltage input and
output of boost IC is working
normally.
2.Verify if the Mainboard output the
right On/Off signal to power board;
3.Verify if the Mainboard output the
LVDS singal to panel T-con board
4.Verify if the software is the right
version of this model.
5.Change the LVDS wire to check
if it’s broken.

Panel not work

™

™

™

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1.Verify if the power cord connect well?
2.check if the power supply if working
normally ; check if the power supply of
+5Vstandby is working normally;
3. check if the POWER ON/OFF
voltage is high pressure;
4.check if the power supply have
+12V/+5V output;
Check if Main board / LVDS wire /
Panel are in good condition ?

™

™

Power board not work

™

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9-3. Pannel failure
Failure Mode
Part

Name

Description

V B/D

Vertical bar

V Dim

Vertal gray line

V L/D

Vertical color
line(light or dark
forever)

H B/D

Horizontal bar

H Dim

Horizontal gary
line

H L/D

Horizontal
line(light or dark
forever)

TCP

Phenomena

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Failure cause
Block Defect :TCP cracking or cracking
Dim or L/D :TCP Sunken
:TCP lead cracking
:ACF bonding short
:Awful environment and
something electric enter
into LCD
:Mis-align between TCP and
Panel
:Panel failure
:TCP failure

Service Manual
Model No.:

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

Dot Defect

Bright dot dark dot in
pannel

Failure cause
Incoming Inspection
Standard

Bladder between Polarizer
and top glass
Polarizer Bubble

Bladder in Polarizer

Panel or
Polarlzer

Tine or rigidity arose
Polarizer Scratch Polarizer Scratch

Eyewinker inside Polarizer
F / M i n s i d e Eyewinker inside
Polarizer
Polarizer

Abnormal Display Abnormal Display
Circuit
Flashing

Bright and dark
display alternately

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1.Chip lose action
2.IC ahort or jointiog bad
3.Pannel and vsc connect
bad

Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part

Name
White Screen

Description
Phenomena
B/L normal,
only white screen
display

Black Screen

B/L normal,
only Black screen
display

FIIcker

Crosstalk

Failure cause

Maybe caused
by surge current
and EDS

LCD
Vcom imbalance
Circuit
Abnormal Color

Abnormal Color

Only
color abormal

Capacitance
improper bring
crosstalk inside
LCD pannel

Only
color abnormal

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1.Chip
lose action
2.IC short or
jointion bad
3.Pannel and vsc
connect bad

Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part

Name
Mechanlcal
Nolse

Description
Phenomena
When
turn panel,appear
cacophony

Ripple

Connectric circle

B/L off

B/L lose action

*Connect
badness
between wire and
electrode

B/L dark

B/L brightness
darker than
normal

*Connect
badnessShort
between wire and
electrode

B/L
wire damaged

B/L
wire damaged

B/L wire open

Without backlight

B/L shut down

B/L shutdown in
sometime

F/M

F/M
inB/L ,white,balck
Rotundity
or wirelike

Operation
abnormal
or systemic noise
Operation
abnormal
or systemic noise
Short bitween
lamp housing and
wire, Because
consume power
too much
F/M in B/L unit

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Failure cause
Caused
by Mechanica
noise of backlight
unit
Causeed by
between
mechanism and
pannel

Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part

Name
Light leakage

Mechanlcal or B/
L
Uniformity

Mount hole

Description
Phenomena
Brightness
at bottom of LCM
brighter
than normal

Failure cause
B/L unit badness

B/L brightness
asymmetric

Sheet in B/L unit
is uneven

Lack screw
or screw damage

*Lack screw
Screw damage

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Sincere Forever

Haier Group
Haier Industrial Park, No.1, Haier Road
266101, Qingdao, China
http://www.haier.com

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