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ORDER NO.

MTNC100206CE
B34 Canada: B62

50 inch Class 720p Plasma HDTV


Model No. TC-P50C2
GPH13DU Chassis

Panasonic Corporation 2010.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE PAGE
1 Safety Precautions -----------------------------------------------3 11.3. Wiring (2) -------------------------------------------------- 40
1.1. General Guidelines ----------------------------------------3 11.4. Wiring (3) -------------------------------------------------- 41
2 Warning --------------------------------------------------------------4 12 Schematic Diagram -------------------------------------------- 43
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) 12.1. Schematic Diagram Note ------------------------------ 43
to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices ----------4 12.2. A-Board (1/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 44
2.2. About lead free solder (PbF) ----------------------------5 12.3. A-Board (2/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 45
3 Service Navigation------------------------------------------------6 12.4. A-Board (3/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 46
3.1. Service Hint--------------------------------------------------6 12.5. A-Board (4/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 47
3.2. Applicable signals ------------------------------------------7 12.6. A-Board (5/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 48
4 Specifications ------------------------------------------------------8 12.7. A-Board (6/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 49
5 Service Mode -------------------------------------------------------9 12.8. A-Board (7/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 50
5.1. How to enter into Service Mode ------------------------9 12.9. A-Board (8/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 51
5.2. Option - Mirror--------------------------------------------- 11 12.10. A-Board (9/14) Schematic Diagram----------------- 52
5.3. Service tool mode ---------------------------------------- 11 12.11. A-Board (10/14), K-Board and S-Board
5.4. Hotel mode------------------------------------------------- 12 Schematic Diagram ------------------------------------- 53
5.5. Data Copy by SD Card --------------------------------- 13 12.12. A-Board (11/14) Schematic Diagram --------------- 54
6 Troubleshooting Guide---------------------------------------- 16 12.13. A-Board (12/14) Schematic Diagram --------------- 55
6.1. Check of the IIC bus lines------------------------------ 16 12.14. A-Board (13/14) Schematic Diagram --------------- 56
6.2. Power LED Blinking timing chart --------------------- 17 12.15. A-Board (14/14) Schematic Diagram --------------- 57
6.3. No Power--------------------------------------------------- 18 12.16. C1-Board Schematic Diagram ----------------------- 58
6.4. No Picture -------------------------------------------------- 19 12.17. C2-Board Schematic Diagram ----------------------- 59
6.5. Local screen failure -------------------------------------- 20 12.18. SC-Board (1/4) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 60
7 Service Fixture & Tools --------------------------------------- 21 12.19. SC-Board (2/4) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 61
7.1. SC jig -------------------------------------------------------- 21 12.20. SC-Board (3/4) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 62
8 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 22 12.21. SC-Board (4/4) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 63
8.1. Remove the Rear cover -------------------------------- 22 12.22. SS-Board (1/2) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 64
8.2. Remove the AC inlet ------------------------------------ 22 12.23. SS-Board (2/2) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 65
8.3. Remove the P-Board ------------------------------------ 22 13 Printed Circuit Board------------------------------------------ 66
8.4. Remove the Side terminal cover and Side 13.1. K and S-Board-------------------------------------------- 66
shield metal ------------------------------------------------ 22 13.2. A-Board ---------------------------------------------------- 67
8.5. Remove the Tuner unit --------------------------------- 23 13.3. C1-Board--------------------------------------------------- 69
8.6. Remove the A-Board ------------------------------------ 23 13.4. C2-Board--------------------------------------------------- 70
8.7. Remove the Speakers ---------------------------------- 23 13.5. SC-Board -------------------------------------------------- 71
8.8. Remove the SU-Board---------------------------------- 23 13.6. SS-Board -------------------------------------------------- 73
8.9. Remove the SD-Board---------------------------------- 23 14 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List----------- 75
8.10. Remove the SC-Board---------------------------------- 24 14.1. Exploded View and Mechanical Replacement
8.11. Remove the SS-Board ---------------------------------- 24 Parts List --------------------------------------------------- 75
8.12. Remove the Hanger metals and the Stand 14.2. Electrical Replacement Parts List ------------------- 81
brackets----------------------------------------------------- 24
8.13. Remove the C1-Board ---------------------------------- 25
8.14. Remove the C2-Board ---------------------------------- 25
8.15. Remove the Plasma panel section from the
Cabinet assy (glass)------------------------------------- 25
8.16. Remove the S-Board ------------------------------------ 25
8.17. Remove the Glass holders ---------------------------- 26
8.18. Remove the K-Board ------------------------------------ 26
8.19. Replace the plasma panel ----------------------------- 26
9 Measurements and Adjustments -------------------------- 27
9.1. Adjustment ------------------------------------------------- 27
10 Block Diagram --------------------------------------------------- 33
10.1. Main Block Diagram ------------------------------------- 33
10.2. Block (1/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 34
10.3. Block (2/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 35
10.4. Block (3/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 36
10.5. Block (4/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 37
11 Wiring Connection Diagram --------------------------------- 39
11.1. Caution statement.--------------------------------------- 39
11.2. Wiring (1) --------------------------------------------------- 39

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1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines
1. When conducting repairs and servicing, do not attempt to modify the equipment, its parts or its materials.
2. When wiring units (with cables, flexible cables or lead wires) are supplied as repair parts and only one wire or some of the
wires have been broken or disconnected, do not attempt to repair or re-wire the units. Replace the entire wiring unit instead.
3. When conducting repairs and servicing, do not twist the Faston connectors but plug them straight in or unplug them straight
out.
4. 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.
5. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
6. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check 1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check (See
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the Figure 1.)
two prongs on the plug. 1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use
2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, an isolation transformer for this check.
between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metal- 2. Connect a 1.5kohm, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a
lic cabinet part on the equipment such as screwheads, 0.15F capacitors, between each exposed metallic part
connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metal- on the set and a good earth ground such as a water pipe,
lic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading as shown in Figure 1.
should be between 1Mohm and 5.2Mohm. 3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensi-
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to tivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
the chassis, the reading must be . 4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the volt-
age at each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of
the above measurements.
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts
RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or
equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage
current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. In case a measure-
ment is outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility
of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired
and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.

Figure 1

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically
Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-
trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor [chip] components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for 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 alumi-
num 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 solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as [anti-static (ESD protected)] can
generate electrical charge 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 electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara-
ble 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 ham less motion such as the brush-
ing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient
to damage an ES device).

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2.2. About lead free solder (PbF)
Note: Lead is listed as (Pb) in the periodic table of elements.
In the information below, Pb will refer to Lead solder, and PbF will refer to Lead Free Solder.
The Lead Free Solder used in our manufacturing process and discussed below is (Sn+Ag+Cu).
That is Tin (Sn), Silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu) although other types are available.

This model uses Pb Free solder in its manufacture due to environmental conservation issues. For service and repair work, wed
suggest the use of Pb free solder as well, although Pb solder may be used.

PCBs manufactured using lead free solder will have the PbF within a leaf Symbol PbF stamped on the back of PCB.
Caution
Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder. Typically the melting point is 50 ~ 70 F (30~40 C) higher. Please
use a high temperature soldering iron and set it to 700 20 F (370 10 C).
Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100 F or 600 C).
If you must use Pb solder, please completely remove all of the Pb free solder on the pins or solder area before applying Pb sol-
der. If this is not practical, be sure to heat the Pb free solder until it melts, before applying Pb solder.
After applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess solder which may flow onto the
opposite side. (see figure below)

Suggested Pb free solder


There are several kinds of Pb free solder available for purchase. This product uses Sn+Ag+Cu (tin, silver, copper) solder. How-
ever, Sn+Cu (tin, copper), Sn+Zn+Bi (tin, zinc, bismuth) solder can also be used.

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3 Service Navigation
3.1. Service Hint

Board Name Function Board Name Function


P Power Supply C1 Data Driver (Lower Right)
Non serviceable. C2 Data Driver (Lower Left)
P-Board should be exchanged for service. SC Scan Drive
A DC-DC Converter, Tuner SS Sustain Drive
Speaker out, AV Terminal, HDMI in, SD Card SU Scan out (Upper)
Digital Signal Processor, Nile-TCON Non serviceable.
Format Converter, Plasma AI, Sub-Field Processor SU-Board should be exchanged for service.
Key Switch SD Scan out (Lower)
Non serviceable.
SD-Board should be exchanged for service.
K Remote receiver, Power LED, C.A.T.S sensor
S Power Switch

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3.2. Applicable signals
* Mark: Applicable input signal for Component (Y, PB, PR) and HDMI

horizontal frequency (kHz) vertical frequency (Hz) COMPONENT HDMI


525 (480) / 60i 15.73 59.94 * *
525 (480) /60p 31.47 59.94 * *
750 (720) /60p 45.00 59.94 * *
1,125 (1,080) /60i 33.75 59.94 * *
1,125 (1,080)/60p 67.43 59.94 *
1,125 (1,080)/60p 67.50 60.00 *
1,125(1,080)/24p 26.97 23.98 *
1,125(1,080)/24p 27.00 24.00 *

Note
Signals other than those shown above may not be displayed properly.
The above signals are reformatted for optimal viewing on your display.

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4 Specifications
Power Source AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
Maximum 299 W
Standby condition 0.3 W
Plasma Display panel
Drive method AC type
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Visible screen size 50 inch class (49.9 inches measured diagonally)
(W H Diagonal) 43.5 inch 24.4 inch 49.9 inch (1,105 mm 622 mm 1,268 mm)
(No. of pixels) 786,432 (1,024 (W) 768 (H))[3,072 768 dots]
Sound
Audio Output 20 W [ 10 W + 10 W ] ( 10 % THD )
Channel Capability (Digital/Analog) VHF/ UHF: 2 - 69, CATV: 1 - 135
Operating Conditions
Temperature: 32 F - 104 F (0 C - 40 C)
Humidity: 20 % - 80 % RH (non-condensing)
Connection Terminals
VIDEO IN 1-2 VIDEO: RCA PIN Type 1 1.0 V [p-p] (75 )
AUDIO L-R: RCA PIN Type 2 0.5 V [rms]
COMPONENT INPUT 1-2 Y: 1.0 V [p-p] (including synchronization)
PB, PR: 0.35 V [p-p]
AUDIO L-R: RCA PIN Type 2 0.5 V [rms]
HDMI 1-2 TYPE A Connector 2
This TV supports [HDAVI Control 5] function.
Card slot SD CARD slot 1
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT PCM / Dolby Digital, Fiber Optic
FEATURES 3D Y/C FILTER
CLOSED CAPTION V-Chip
VIERA IMAGE VIEWER HDAVI Control 5
Dimensions (W H D)
Including pedestal 48.0 inch 32.2 inch 14.1 inch (1,218 mm 817 mm 357 mm)
TV Set only 48.0inch 30.3 inch 3.7 inch (4.1 inch) (1,218 mm 769 mm 93 mm (104mm))
Mass
Including pedestal 72.8 lb. (33.0 kg)
TV Set only 70.6 lb. (32.0 kg)

Note
Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and Dimensions shown are approximate.

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5 Service Mode
5.1. How to enter into Service Mode
While pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button of the main unit, press [INFO] button of the remote control three times within 2 seconds.

5.1.1. Key command


[1] button...Main items Selection in forward direction
[2] button...Main items Selection in reverse direction
[3] button...Sub items Selection in forward direction
[4] button...Sub items Selection in reverse direction
[VOL] button...Value of sub items change in forward direction ( + ), in reverse direction ( - )

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5.1.2. Contents of adjustment mode
Value is shown as a hexadecimal number.
Preset value differs depending on models.
After entering the adjustment mode, take note of the value in each item before starting adjustment.

Main item Sub item Sample Data Remark


ADJUST CONTRAST 46
COLOR 00
TINT 00
SUB-BRT 000
WB-ADJ R-CUT 80
G-CUT 80
B-CUT 80
R-DRV FD
G-DRV FB
B-DRV FF
ALL-DRV FF
OPTION BOOT ROM Factory Preset
STBY-SET --
EMERGENCY ON
CLK MODE ON
CLOCK FFF
MIRROR 00 (See next)
EDID-CLK HIGH
VSUS
AGING ALL WHITE Built-in test patterns can be
AI ALL BLUE + WHITE FLAME displayed.
AI ALL GREEN
AI ALL RED
LOW STEP WHITE
LOW STEP BLUE
LOW STEP GREEN
LOW STEP RED
RAMP WHITE
RAMP RED
RAMP GREEN
RAMP BLUE
A-ZONE B-ZONE
1% WINDOW
COLOR BAR
9 POINT BRIGHTNESS
WHITE FLAME
AI ALL BLUE
TWICE FIXATION 1% WINDOW
SCROLL
ON/OFF OR RGBW
R/G/B/W AGING MODE
0.5 TIME FIXATION ALL WHITE
ALL WHITE WITH COUNT
SRV-TOOL - See next

5.1.3. How to exit


Switch off the power with the [POWER] button on the main unit or the [POWER] button on the remote control.

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5.2. Option - Mirror
Picture can be reversed left and right or up and down.
00 : Default (Normal picture is displayed)
01 : Picture is reversed left and right.
02 : Picture is reversed up and down.

Hint : If the defective symptom (e.g. Vertical bar or Horizontal bar) is moved by selection of this mirror, the possible cause is in
A-board.

5.3. Service tool mode


5.3.1. How to access
1. Select [SRV-TOOL] in Service Mode.
2. Press [OK] button on the remote control.

5.3.2. Display of SOS History


SOS History (Number of LED blinking) indication.
From left side; Last SOS, before Last, three occurrence before, 2nd occurrence after shipment, 1st occurrence after shipment.
This indication except 2nd and 1st occurrence after shipment will be cleared by [Self-check indication and forced to factory ship-
ment setting].

5.3.3. POWER ON TIME/COUNT


Note : To display TIME/COUNT menu, highlight position, then press MUTE for (3sec).
Time : Cumulative power on time, indicated hour : minute by decimal
Count : Number of ON times by decimal
Note : This indication will not be cleared by either of the self-checks or any other command.

5.3.4. Exit
1. Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet.

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5.4. Hotel mode
1. Purpose
Restrict a function for hotels. item Function
2. Access command to the Hotel mode setup menu Mode Select hotel mode ON/OFF
In order to display the Hotel mode setup menu, please Input Select input signal modes.
enter the following command (within 2 second). Set the input, when each time power is
[TV] : Vol. [Down] + [REMOTE] : INPUT (3 times) switched on.
Selection:
---/RF/HDMI1/HDMI2/COMP1/COMP2/
Then, the Hotel mode setup menu is displayed. VIDEO1/VIDEO2
OFF: give priority to a last memory.
Channel Select channel when input signal is RF.
Set the channel, each time power is switched
on.
Selection:
Any channel number or [-].
[-] means the channel when turns off.
Volume Adjust the volume when each time power is
switched on.
Range:
0 to 100
Vol. Max Adjust maximum volume.
Range:
0 to 100
OSD Ctrl Restrict the OSD.
Selection:
OFF/PATTERN1
OFF: No restriction
PATTERN1: restriction
FP Ctrl Select front key conditions.
Selection:
OFF/ALL/PATTERN1
OFF: altogether valid.
ALL: altogether invalid.
PATTERN1: only input key is valid.
Pow Ctrl Select POWER-ON/OFF condition when AC
power cord is disconnected and then con-
nected.
OFF: The same condition when AC power
3. To exit the Hotel mode setup menu cord is disconnected.
Disconnect AC power cord from wall outlet. ON: Forced power ON condition.
4. Explain the Hotel mode setup menu

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5.5. Data Copy by SD Card
5.5.1. Purpose
(a) Board replacement (Copy the data when exchanging A-board):
When exchanging A-board, the data in original A-board can be copied to SD card and then copy to new A-board.

(b) Hotel (Copy the data when installing a number of units in hotel or any facility):
When installing a number of units in hotel or any facility, the data in master TV can be copied to SD card and then copy to other
TVs.

5.5.2. Preparation
Make pwd file as startup file for (a) or (b) in a empty SD card.
1. Insert a empty SD card to your PC.
2. Right-click a blank area in a SD card window, point to New, and then click text document. A new file is created by default
(New Text Document.txt).
3. Right-click the new text document that you just created and select rename, and then change the name and extension of the
file to the following file name for (a) or (b) and press ENTER.
File name:
(a) For Board replacement : boardreplace.pwd
(b) For Hotel : hotel.pwd
Note:
Please make only one file to prevent the operation error.
No any other file should not be in SD card.

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5.5.3. Data copy from TV set to SD Card
1. Turn on the TV set.
2. Insert SD card with a startup file (pwd file) to SD slot.
On-screen Display will be appeared according to the startup file automatically.
3. Input a following password for (a) or (b) by using remote control.
(a) For Board replacement : 2770
(b) For Hotel : 4850
Data will be copied from TV set to SD card.
It takes around 2 to 6 minutes maximum for copying.
4. After the completion of copying to SD card, remove SD card from TV set.
5. Turn off the TV set.
Note:
Following new folder will be created in SD card for data from TV set.
(a) For Board replacement : user_setup
(b) For Hotel : hotel

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5.5.4. Data copy from to SD Card to TV set
1. Turn on the TV set.
2. Insert SD card with Data to SD slot.
On-screen Display will be appeared according to the Data folder automatically.
3. Input a following password for (a) or (b) by using remote control.
(a) For Board replacement : 2771
(b) For Hotel : 4851
Data will be copied from SD card to TV set.
4. After the completion of copying to SD card, remove SD card from TV set.
(a) For Board replacement : Data will be deleted after copying (Limited one copy).
(b) For Hotel : Data will not be deleted and can be used for other TVs.
5. Turn off the TV set.
Note:
1. Depending on the failure of boards, function of Data copy for board replacement does not work.
2. This function can be effective among the same model numbers.

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6 Troubleshooting Guide
Use the self-check function to test the unit.
1. Checking the IIC bus lines
2. Power LED Blinking timing

6.1. Check of the IIC bus lines


6.1.1. How to access
Self-check indication only:
Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [OK] button on the remote control
for more than 3 seconds.
Self-check indication and forced to factory shipment setting:
Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [MENU] button on the remote con-
trol for more than 3 seconds.

6.1.2. Exit
Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet.

6.1.3. Screen display

6.1.4. Check Point


Confirm the following parts if NG was displayed.

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6.2. Power LED Blinking timing chart
1. Subject
Information of LED Flashing timing chart.
2. Contents
When an abnormality has occurred the unit, the protection circuit operates and reset to the stand by mode. At this time, the
defective block can be identified by the number of blinks of the Power LED on the front panel of the unit.

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6.3. No Power
First check point
There are following 2 states of No Power indication by power LED.
1. No lit
2. Red is lit then turns red blinking a few seconds later. (See 6.2.)

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6.4. No Picture

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6.5. Local screen failure
Plasma display may have local area failure on the screen. Fig-1 is the possible defect P.C.B. for each local area.

Fig-1

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7 Service Fixture & Tools
7.1. SC jig
Purpose:
To find the failure board (SC or SU/SD) when the power LED is blinking 7 times.
SC jig:
Jumper connector to connect to SC50 connector on SC board
Part number:
TZSC09187
How to use:
Caution: Remove SC jig from SC board after inspection.
1. Remove all connector between SC board and SU/SD board to isolate SC board from both SU and SD board electrically.
Note: The board will be damaged if all connector is not removed (for example; remove connector only for SU board and stay
connecting with SD board. The board will be damaged.)
2. Connect SC jig to connector SC50 at left bottom side of SC board
3. Turn of the TV/Display Unit and confirm the power LED blinking.
LED blinking: Possible cause of failure is in SC board
No LED blinking (Lighting or no lighting): Possible cause of failure is in SU or SD board
4. After inspection, turn off the TV/Display Unit and wait a few minutes to discharge.
5. Remove SC jig from SC board.

Remark: This SC jig can be used for all 2010 Plasma TV and Plasma Display.

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8 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
8.1. Remove the Rear cover 8.4. Remove the Side terminal
1. See Service Hint (Section 3) cover and Side shield metal
8.2. Remove the AC inlet 1. Remove the screws (2 , 1 , 1 ).
Caution: 2. Remove the Side terminal cover.
To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis-
charge from electrolysis capacitors.
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connector (P9).
3. Remove the screw (1 ) and remove the AC inlet.

8.3. Remove the P-Board


Caution:
To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis- 3. Remove the Side shield metal.
charge from electrolysis capacitors.
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable
2. Disconnect the connectors (P2, P6, P7, P9, P11 and
P35).
3. Remove the screws (9 ) and remove the P-Board.

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8.5. Remove the Tuner unit 8.8. Remove the SU-Board
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable. 1. Remove the flexible cables (SU1, SU2, SU3 and SU4)
2. Disconnect the connectors (A1, A6, A7 and A11). connected to the SU-Board.
3. Disconnect the flexible cables (A21, A33 and A34). 2. Remove the flexible cable (SU11-SD11) and the bridge
4. Remove the screws (2 ) and remove the Tuner unit. connector (SC41-SU41B).
3. Remove the molding prop (1 ).
4. Remove the screws (2 , 2 ) and remove the SU-
Board.

8.6. Remove the A-Board


1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 8.5.)
2. Remove the screws (2 ) and remove the A-Board.

8.9. Remove the SD-Board


1. Remove the flexible cables (SD1, SD2, SD3 and SD4)
connected to the SD-Board.
2. Remove the flexible cable (SU11-SD11) and the bridge
connectors (SC42-SD42B and SC46-SD46B).
3. Remove the molding prop (1 ).
4. Remove the screws (2 , 2 ) and remove the SD-
Board.

8.7. Remove the Speakers


1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the Speaker terminal.
3. Remove the screws (2 each) and remove the Speak-
ers (L, R).

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8.10. Remove the SC-Board 8.12. Remove the Hanger metals and
1. Remove the SU-Board and SD-Board. (See section 8.8. the Stand brackets
and 8.9.)
1. Remove the Plasma panel section from the servicing
2. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
stand and lay on a flat surface such as a table (covered
3. Disconnect the connectors (SC2 and SC3).
by a soft cloth) with the Plasma panel surface facing
4. Disconnect the flexible cable (SC20).
downward.
5. Remove the screws (8 ) and remove the SC-Board. 2. Remove the Stand brackets (L, R) fastening screws (3
each) and the Stand brackets (L, R).

3. Remove the Hanger metals (L, R) fastening screws (2


8.11. Remove the SS-Board each) and remove the Hanger metals (L, R).
1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 8.5.)
2. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
3. Disconnect the connectors (SS3, SS11 and SS23).
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (SS52 and SS55).
5. Remove the screws (4 ) and remove the SS-Board.

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8.13. Remove the C1-Board 2. For leaving the plasma panel from the front frame, pull the
bottom of the cabinet assy forward, lift, and remove.
1. Remove the Hanger metal R and the Stand bracket R.
(See section 8.12.)
2. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws (8
).
3. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB1, CB2, CB3 and CB4).
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (C10 and C11).
5. Remove the screws (4 ) and remove the C1-Board.

8.14. Remove the C2-Board


1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 8.5.)
2. Remove the Hanger metal L and the Stand bracket L.
(See section 8.12.)
3. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws (8 8.16. Remove the S-Board
). 1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 8.15.)
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB5, CB6, CB7 and CB8). 2. Remove the screws (2 ) and remove the S-Board
5. Disconnect the flexible cables (C20 and C21). unit.
6. Disconnect the connectors (C23 and C25).
7. Remove the screws (4 ) and remove the C2-Board.

8.15. Remove the Plasma panel sec-


tion from the Cabinet assy
(glass)
3. Disconnect the connector (S2).
1. Remove the cabinet assy and the plasma panel fastening
4. Remove the Power Button.
screws (3 ).
5. Remove the screw (1 ) and remove the S-Board.

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8.17. Remove the Glass holders 8.19. Replace the plasma panel
1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 8.15.) Caution:
2. Remove the S-Board. (See section 8.16.) A new plasma panel itself without Hanger metals is
3. Remove the screws (4 ). fragile.
4. Remove the Glass holder side (L, R). To avoid the damage to new plasma panel, carry a new
plasma panel taking hold of the Hanger metals after
5. Remove the screws (9 ).
assembling the Hanger metals and the Stand brackets.
6. Remove the Glass holder top.
7. Remove the screws (7 ). 1. Place a carton box packed a new plasma panel on the flat
8. Remove the Glass holder bottom. surface of the work bench.
2. Open a box and without taking a new plasma panel;
Attach the C1-Board and the C2-Board, connect the flexi-
ble cables from the plasma panel to the C1-Board and the
C2-Board, and fit the flexible cable holders.
3. Attach the Hanger metals and the Stand brackets to the
new plasma panel.
4. Place the plasma panel on the servicing stand taking hold
of the Hanger metals.
5. Attach the cabinet assy and each P.C.Board and so on, to
the new plasma panel.
*When fitting the cabinet assy, be careful not to allow any
debris, dust or handling residue to remain between the
front glass and plasma panel.

8.18. Remove the K-Board


1. Remove the Glass holders. (See section 8.17.)
2. Remove the screw (1 ).
3. Remove the claw (1 ).
4. Disconnect the connector (K1) and Remove the K-Board
from LED Panel.

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9 Measurements and Adjustments
9.1. Adjustment
9.1.1. Vsus selection
Caution:
When Plasma panel or A-board is replaced, Vsus should be set to LOW or HIGH.
Procedure
1. Go into main item [VSUS] in Service Mode. LOW or HIGH will be displayed.
2. Press [OK] button to go to TEST stage.
White pattern without On-Screen Display will be displayed during TEST and CONF stage. Press [5] button to display the
On-Screen Display.
3. Press [VOL (-)] button to set to LOW.
4. In LOW setting
a. If no several dead pixel is visible remarkably in white pattern, press [3] button to go to CONF stage.
b. If the several dead pixels are visible remarkably in white pattern, Set to HIGH by press [VOL (+)] button. Press [3] button
to go to CONF stage if the symptom is improved.
5. Press [OK] button in CONF stage to store LOW or HIGH.
6. Exit Service Mode by pressing [Power] button.

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9.1.2. RF video sub contrast adjustment

Name of measuring instrument Remarks


1. REMOTE TRANSMITTER
2. RF analog signal (Sprit color bar. The pattern for adjustment must contain 100% white part.)
Procedure Remarks
1. Receive the sprit color bar with RF analog signal.
(ASPECT FULL, Picture menu: Vivid)
2. Enter Service mode menu, and select ADJUST -- CONTRAST.
Pushing the remote controller [OK] key for about 3 seconds, GAIN is suited to the adjustment value automatically.

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9.1.3. White balance adjustment

Name of measuring instrument Remarks


Color analyzer
(Minolta CA-100 or equivalent)
Note:
The CA-100 which was calibrated to less than +-0.001 with CS-1000.
Procedure Remarks
Make sure the front panel to be used on the final set is fitted. Note :
Make sure a color signal is not being shown before adjustment. Adjusted value
Put the color analyzer where there is little color variation. must be written to
both SD data area
1. Set to Service mode menu, WB-ADJ. and HD data area
2. Select [VIVID] for picture menu. of the EEPROM.
3. Select [Cool] for color temperature.
4. Push [5] key of remote controller to display window pattern.
Confirm the brightness within 10 seconds. The following is the confirmation value.
TC-P50C2 228cd/m2
In the case of NG for the measurement of the brightness, display black pattern for 30 seconds from turning on
the TV set, and after that, display the brightness check pattern and measure the brightness within
2 minutes again.
5. Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.
6. Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of window pattern.
7. Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer become the [Color temperature
High] in table 2.
8. Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes [FF].
That is, set [ALL DRIVE] to [FF].
Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be [FF], and either R/G/B DRV
should be [FF].
Note:
(Note) In procedure 7, all description of data [FF] should be treated as data [FC] when the model is
S2/C2/U2/X2 and manual adjustment is performed by service mode menu.
9. The average of the adjusted values in color temperature Cool, Mid, and Warm is shown in Table 4.
The setting value for color temperature Mid will be calculated by multiplying the adjusted value of color tempera-
ture Cool to the ratio of the value of Cool and Mid in each GBR value in Table 4.
Write that values to the data area of color temperature Mid in EEPROM (Table 3).
10. The setting value for color temperature Warm will be calculated by multiplying the adjusted valueof color tempera-
ture Cool to the ratio of the value of Cool and Warm in each GBR value in Table 4.
Write that values to the data area of color temperature Warm in EEPROM (Table 3).

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10 Block Diagram
10.1. Main Block Diagram

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

TMDS DATA HDMI I/F


HDMI1-2
RECEIVER SD CARD DATA SD CARD
SD CARD DATA
SLOT
CLOCK
Nile-TCON
IFD_OUT DDR2
SIF_OUT
FRONT END
PROCESSOR
EEPROM
TUNER
V

MPU
V
VIDEO1 L/R
EEPROM STB5V
V K POWER LED
STB3.3V SUB5V
(SIDE) VIDEO2 L/R
ANALOG-ASIC REMOTE RECEIVER
AV SW SUB5V DET
Y/PB/PR
SOS SOS SUB1.8V DET C.A.T.S. SENSOR
COMP1 L/R (LED:10TIMES) SUB1.2V DET
Y/PB/PR
STB3.3V STB3.3V
COMP2 L/R
POWER LED(R) POWER LED
AUDIO I/O REMOTE IN A1 K1 REMOTE RECEIVER

PANEL STB_ON
C.A.T.S. SENSOR C.A.T.S. SENSOR

PANEL STATUS
OPTICAL OUT
128Mbit KEYSCAN3

PANEL SOS
NOR FLASH CPU BUS KEYSCAN1 KEY SWITCH
I/F

SD0
CPU BUS
LVDS DATA

POWER
SWITCH

S2 ON
L DCDC P+15V P+1.2V P+2.5V
SPEAKER(L) F15V SUB5V DCDC DCDC
AUDIO SD SUB5V P+1.2V P+2.5V
A11
R AMP

PANEL STATUS
SPEAKER(R) DCDC
DCDC P+3.3V
SUB1.8V P+3.3V S POWER SWITCH

PANEL SOS
SUB1.8V

PANEL STB_ON
OPTICAL OPTICAL AUDIO OUT P+5V
AUDIO DCDC
OUT DCDC P+5V
SUB1.2V
SUB1.2V
CONTROL
SIGNAL

LVDS DATA
P POWER SUPPLY
SC SCAN DRIVE PANEL MICOM SS SUSTAIN DRIVE
SU SCAN OUT (UPPER) EEPROM
(LED:4TIMES) POWER SOS
PS SOS4
SC-BOARD P+15V P+15V DET (LED:2TIMES) (LED:4TIME) P-BOARD
ENERGY RECOVERY SOS6_SC1 SOS DETECT
SOS DETECT P+3.3V P+3.3V DET (LED:3TIMES) STB5V STB5V
POWER MICOM VSUS
(LED:6TIMES) P+5V P+5V DET (LED:5TIMES) A7 P7 SS-BOARD
VSUS
(LED:9TIMES) DCC_SOS PD4 VSUS P11 SS11 SOS DETECT
PLASMA AI ON/OFF CONTROL P+15V
SOS6_SC1 SUSTAIN PANEL (LED:8TIME)
CPG with SS P+15V
SC-BOARD SOS6_SC1 (LED:6TIMES) CONTROL MAIN ON
FLOATING PART SOS7_SC2 SOS7_SC2 H/V Sync Control
SOS7_SC2 (LED:7TIMES) Sub Filed Processor
SOS DETECT VSUS GEN.
P+5V SC20 A21 P+5V Plasma AI
(LED:7TIMES) VE GEN.
SOS8_SS Vda
P+15V P+15V P+15V P+15V ENERGY RECOVERY
(LED:8TIMES) PROCESS SUSTAIN
P+15V VOLTAGE VOLTAGE
SCAN CONTROL F15V A6 P6 F15V
RECTIFIER RECTIFIER
P+5V
SOUND15V SOUND15V
SCAN CONTROL VIDEO
DATA VIDEO DATA

SOS8_SS
SCAN
DRIVER SU41B SC41 COLD HOT

P+3.3V

P+3.3V
P+5V

SUSTAIN CONTROL
STB5V_M STB_D3.3V F15V
DCDC STANDBY POWER
STB_D3.3V VOLTAGE FACTOR
STB5V RECTIFIER CONTROL
A33 A34

SOS8_SS
CONTROL
PULSE

P+5V
VSUS VSUS RECTIFIER
SC2 P2
SU11
SS23
SD11 MAIN SW2
MAIN SW1 P34
RECTIFIER RELAY
VIDEO DATA

VSCAN GEN.

Vda
SCAN
DRIVER SD42B SC42 VSET GEN.
P+3.3V

VAD GEN.
P9 P35
SOS8_SS
BUFFER SD46B SC46
SUSTAIN CONTROL
VIDEO DATA AC CORD
P+3.3V,P+5V

C1 DATA DRIVER (RIGHT) C2 DATA DRIVER (LEFT)


C11 C21 C25

Vda
VIDEO DATA

P+5V
P+3.3V
P+3.3V

P+5V
SOS8_SS
C23
SUSTAIN CONTROL
Vda Vda
C10 C20
VIDEO DATA VIDEO DATA

SD SCAN OUT (LOWER) DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA
DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER

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10.2. Block (1/4) Diagram

SPEAKER_L SPEAKER_R
D2142
OPTICAL
JK4500 JK4501 JK8502 AUDIO
TU8302 SD CARD OUT
A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR ANT IN HDMI IN 1 HDMI IN 2
TUNER
A11 1 2 3 4

SUB3.3V_SD

R(+)
L(+)
TMDS DATA

TMDS DATA

R(-)
L(-)
IIC0

HDMI_CEC

HDMI_CEC
DDC_A_IIC

DDC_B_IIC
+5V

+5V

OPTICAL AUDIO OUT


SD DATA:4bit
CLOCK

CLOCK
IFD_OUT2
IFD_OUT1
SIF_OUT
IF_AGC
VIDEO
3.3V IC5613

AFT
5V

HDMI_CEC
TV_V

Q8005
SUB5V

SPEAKER

SPEAKER
TUNER IC2106

R_OUT
L_OUT
AUDIO AMP

VJ5500

AFT
SUB5V SUB5V

P
SUB3.3V
SUB3.3V
3.3V
SOUND15V
15V
IIC
SUB3.3V
IC5607 HDMI

SDIN
3.3V
IIC1

DDC_B_IIC
DDC_A_IIC
SUB3.3V_HDMI

DDC5V_B
DDC5V_A
RX2
RX1

HDMI_CEC_

SPDIF
SD CARD

SDIN
VSB_INP

IN_OUT
VSB_INP VSB_I/F
SIF FRONT END

I/F
SIF_IN PROCESSOR
IF_AGC
AGC
V1_V RF_AFT
AFT HDMI I/F RECEIVER
V1_L
VIDEO1
V1_R
TV
D1_Y V LVDS DATA
LVDS_OUT 1
D1_PB
D1_PR VIDEO1
COMP1 D1_L V
JK2103 D1_R L/R IC8001
D2_Y VIDEO2
Nile-TCON
D2_PB V
MPU IIC0 IIC0
D2_PR L/R
COMP2 D2_L COMP1 AV SW
IIC1 IIC1
D2_R Y/PB/PR
L/R
IIC2 IIC2

PANEL READY(STATUS)
COMP2

KEY3/STBY_LED_ON
V2_V Y/PB/PR

PANEL ALARM(SOS)
JK2111

SOS(LED:10TIMES)
V2_L L/R

C.A.T.S. SENSOR
VIDEO2

PANEL STB_ON
SBO0

POWER LED(R)
V2_R VCC CLK SBO0
SBI0 SBI0
(SIDE)

MCU_RESET

REMOTE IN
TV SUB ON

KEYSCAN1
SUB3.3V_A
CPU BUS
DDR I/F

SUB3.3V

SUB1.8V
SUB1.2V
STB1.2V
STB3.3V

ECO ON
X OUT
X IN
I/F
IC8004
MCU_
IIC EEPROM
Q5605
IC5609
X8000 IC4701
IIC1
3.3V 25MHz

PANEL STB_ON
POWER LED(R)
TEMP SENSOR

PANEL READY

PANEL ALARM
MCU_RESET

REMOTE IN
TV SUB ON

KEYSCAN1

KEYSCAN3
ECO ON

C.A.T.S.
IC8002

SOS
SUB1.8V
DDR2 #0
2
P7 A7
P_S0 IC8502
P_S0 3 STB3.3V
P_S1
P_S1 4 128Mbit
TV_SUB_ON NOR FLASH
TV_SUB_ON 5
RESET
MCU_

ECO ON
ECO ON 6
IC8503
PANEL_MAIN_ON
PANEL_MAIN_ON 7
SOS4_PS EEPROM IIC2
SOS4_PS 9

STB5V 1

STB5V STB5V
P6 A6 3
SOUND15V
SOUND15V 1
P+15V P+15V
SOUND15V 2
4

P+15V 3
IC5605 SUB3.3V
F15V IC5608 SUB5V SUB3.3V
F15V 7 F15V 3.3V 5
SUB5V
F15V 8
+5V
F15V 9

IC5610 SUB1.8V STB3.3V


6
SUB1.8V
D5629
+1.8V
IC4700
Q5613 Q5612 IC5601
ANALOG-ASIC
F15V DET ON/OFF
STB1.2V D5604 D5605
IC5606 SUB1.2V STB RESET
+1.2V MCU_RESET
SUB1.2V STB5V STB3.3V
STB
+1.2V +3.3V D5603 KEYSCAN3
SUB5V MCU_RESET

Q4702 SUB5V DET


Q4703 Q4704 SUB1.8V DET SOS
SOS
SUB1.2V DET SOS4_PS

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10.3. Block (2/4) Diagram

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

IC9300 PD4
A33 C11
VIDEO DATA 11
PLASMA AI VIDEO DATA
LVDS DATA
CPG with SS 35
H/V Sync Control VIDEO DATA
Sub Filed Processor 38 P+3.3V
IC9304
ADDR/DATA P3V_ 40 P+3.3V
FLASH IIC2
MEMORY FLASH I/F
P_S0 CONTROL DATA
P_S0
P_S1 DISCHARGE CONTROL
P_S1
CONTROL DATA
P+1.2V
1.2V A34 C21
SUSTAIN CONTROL
3
P+3.3V IC9400,01 VIDEO DATA
3.3V 31
SCAN CONTROL BUFFER
CONTROL DATA
OSD I/F 52 P+3.3V

XRSTSYS UHZ 53 P+3.3V


55 P+5V
DRVRST_D SOS
P+15V
IC9800 SUSTAIN CONTROL
X0 X1
49 SOS8_SS
+1.2V

X9300 25MHz
IC9802 P+3.3V

3.3V
P+5V P+5V

IC9801 P+15V

+5V

IC9003
GenX7
PANEL MICOM

DRVRST
DRVRST

XRSTSYS
XRSTSYS SOS_DCC
(LED:9TIMES)
OSD I/F
SOS8_SS
P+3.3V (LED:8TIMES)
A21 SC20
P+3.3V DET SCAN CONTROL
P+5V (LED:3TIMES) 18 UHZ
(LED:6TIMES)
P+5V DET SOS6_SC1 15 SOS6_SC1
P+15V (LED:5TIMES)
SOS7_SC2 16 SOS7_SC2
P+15V DET (LED:7TIMES) 1 P+5V
STB (LED:2TIMES)
IIC2
29 P+15V
STB_D3.3V IC9001 30 P+15V

EEPROM IIC2

2 IIC1 IIC3
IC9004
IIC1 IIC3 A17
STB5V STB+3.3V/RESET IIC0 FOR
IIC1 FACTORY
IIC3 USE
+3.3V STB_D3.3V
A18 FOR
RESET RESET IIC2 FACTORY
P ON/OFF POWER ON/OFF STB_IIC2 USE
DCDC_OE MCU_IIC
IIC SW IIC SW
PANEL STB_ON

STB_ P3V_ OSCX0


IIC2 IIC2 X9000
MCU_ 10MHz
IIC1 IIC
OSCX1
STB5V
3
PANEL ALARM
PANEL ALARM(SOS)
PANEL READY
P+15V PANEL READY(STATUS)
4

PANEL MAIN ON
SUB3.3V PANEL MAIN ON
SOS4_PS
5
SOS4_PS K
(LED:4TIMES)
POWER LED
REMOTE RECEIVER
D2520 C.A.T.S. SENSOR
A1 K1
POWER LED SN2501
STB3.3V POWER LED(R) R_LED_ON
SUB3.3V 6 6 C.A.T.S.
6 SENSOR
C.A.T.S. C.A.T.S.
2 2
REMOTE IN REMOTE IN RM2501
STB3.3V 5 5 REMOTE
SUB3.3V RECEIVER
1 1
STB3.3V
3 3
KEYSCAN3 KEYSCAN3
8 8

KEY SWITCH 10
KEYSCAN1
SW3759A INPUT/OK SW3763A VOL.UP
SW3761A MENU SW3764A CH.DN
SW3762A VOL.DN SW3765A CH.UP S
POWER SWITCH
S2 ON

2
SW2500
1 POWER
SWITCH

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10.4. Block (3/4) Diagram

P POWER SUPPLY

HOT COLD RC252


RC253 P2 SC2
Q202,Q203 T201
L601 D606 F201 RECTIFIER Vsus
RESONANCE 1 Vsus

+
Vda ON/OFF
Q284
P11 SS11

+
D204
RESO- 1 Vsus
NANCE Vda
RC251 4 P+15V
RECTIFIER Vsus D284
Z201 VR251

POWER Vda
CONTROL D281
Z601 Z251 ON/OFF
Vda P35 C25
Vsus Q281
PFC/ ERROR DET VR281
CONTROL Q282 1 Vda
PC201 Q283 2 Vda
PHOTO COUPLER
Q201 Q231-Q236
S1
D604 PC202
Vsus CONTROL
Q601
PHOTO COUPLER S0
P25 NO USE
PC801 Vsus_ON/OFF Vda_ON/OFF 1 P+15V
PFC UV PHOTO COUPLER PFC DET(UV) Vsus DET 2 P+15V

PFC Vda DET 5 STB+5V


RC101 PC802 Z701
RECTIFIER ALARM 15VS/P15V DET 7 S0
PHOTO COUPLER PFC ALARM POWER MPU
Z802 1/2 P15V_I DET 8 S1
PANEL_MAIN_ON 9 PANEL_MAIN_ON
(LED:4TIMES)
Q701 MAIN RELAY_ON POWER SOS
10 SOS4_PS
Z801 RL102
RUSH RELAY_ON ALL_OFF

F_15V_ON/OFF
MAIN_SW_ON
PFC_ON/OFF STB5V_ON

STB5V_ON
F_15V_ON

P15V_ON
D602 D603 D311

AC DET
Q702

RESET
F_15V DET

15VS/
D301,313 RL101

+5V
LIVE
Q402
PC601
NEUTRAL

PHOTO COUPLER
PFC
LIVE

ON/OFF PC803 Q403


F401
AC DET PRO- OFF
PHOTO COUPLER TECT
D802
Z431
Z802 AC250V 2A T301 D401
2/2 +5V
F301 D431
Q401 Q484
Q431 Q485
F+15V
L102
D307 P15V_I
Z301 DET
FILTER
D306 Q481
NEUTRAL L101 15VS/P15V
DCDC15V
CONTROL
PC301
F102 F101
T8AH 250V T8AH 250V PHOTO COUPLER
Z401
NEUTRAL LIVE
HOT COLD F15V DET
1 2 P9 P34 3 1 P6 9 7 3 2 1 P7 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 14

S0
S1

SOS4_PS
F_STB_ON
MAIN SW2
MAIN SW1

STB+5V_ON

MAIN_SW_1
MAIN_SW_2
STB+5V

PANEL_MAIN_ON
P+15V

ALL_OFF
F_STB+15V

F_STB+15V
A6 A7

+15V(SND)
+15V(SND)
AC CORD

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10.5. Block (4/4) Diagram

SC SCAN DRIVE

P2 SC2 TPVSUS
TP59,TP60 SC
Vsus TP61,TP62 50
1
VFG
1
F16V SC JIG
2
IC16661
IC16771 D16618
Q16661 SS SUSTAIN DRIVE
Q16607
Vad+5V PC16603 COMPARATOR
CERS SS
P11 11
TPVSUS
PHOTO COUPLER D16316
PC16461 Vsus 1
CMH PC16684 IPD CIRCUIT
PHOTO CPH1 Q16672
CSH PHOTO COUPLER CRC1 P+15V 4
COUPLER Q16601 SU SCAN OUT (UPPER) IC16131 UMH Q16001
CRC2 D16901 IC16304
CMH Q16002 TPVE
Q16401
VSUS Gen.
Q16402 VE GEN.
IC16692 DRIVER SS
L16303
IC16501 Q16021 52
SHUNT SC SU IC14901-04 UML Q16022 1
CSH/CMH GATE D16462 VRH REG. 41 41B
PC16685 PC16192 2
DRIVE CIRCUIT VRL
SS3 SC3 CIS
8 8 SCAN
PHOTO VSCN-F SC3 SS3 PHOTO
4 4
DRIVER COUPLER 13
MID D16481 COUPLER
MID 3 Vfo MID
Q16441 IC16773 2 2 MID 3
MID 5
CSH Q16621 CEL Q16818 IC16312
Q16451 INVERTER MID 5

Q16452 SHUNT PLASMA PANEL


IC16521 IC16784,85 SU1-SU4 REG. PANEL SUSTAIN
CSL VOL PC16896,97 SU
CSL/CML GATE 11 ELECTRODE
DRIVE CIRCUIT IPD CIRCUIT TPVAD
CML T16471

SCAN DATA
Q16421 VAD GEN. PC16191 Q16101
PLASMA PANEL
IC16581 D16583 SHUNT REG
D16728 VE Gen. UEH Q16102
PANEL SCAN
LED(G) DRIVER
ERROR DET ELECTRODES
SC IC16561,62 Q16885 SS
A21 F16V TPSS1
20 CML CPH1 SIU 55
CMH CIS OC1 F16V GEN.
BUFFER SD
P+15V 1 CSH CERS OC2 11 IC16241 1

CSL CEL CLK SD1-SD4 SS UMH 2


P+15V 2 IC16786,87 C23
IC16563 23 BUFFER UML
P+5V 30 PC16722,23 UEH 13
INVERTER CRC1 CRC2 P+5V 1 Q16280
UHZ 13
IPD CIRCUIT TPVSCN TPSC1
UHZ D16859 SOS8_SS 5 ERROR DET
D16822 VSCN GEN. SC SD IC14951-54 D16282
TPSOS6 SUSTAIN CONTROL SUSTAIN CONTROL FPC DET D16280
D16920 SHUNT REG 42 42B (LED:8TIMES)
IC16490,91 5V_F
SOS6_SC1 16 D16493 VFG
(LED:6TIMES) Q16490 5 5 SCAN
SOS7_SC2 15 D16490 6 6
DRIVER
SEPA PROTECT
SCAN Vfo
SCAN CONTROL CONTROL CIRCUIT 1 1
Vscn VSCN-F
2 2

P+15V D16871 8 8 SCNR_PRO


D16721 IC16724
(16V_F) 9 9 CHA
P+5V +5V
D16820 Q16876 D16821
(SC1)
SC SD
ERROR DET 46 46B LOGIC IC
SIU
D16475
CHA OC1
PC16480 IC16471 Q16471
TPSOS7 OC2 IC14961-63
D16480 D16473 SCNR_PRO CLK
PHOTO SHUNT
(LED:7TIMES) COUPLER REG

SD SCAN OUT (LOWER)

SUSTAIN CONTROL
CONTROL DATA

CONTROL DATA
VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA

SOS8_SS
P+3.3V

P+3.3V

P+3.3V
P+3.3V
P+5V
A33 C1 DATA DRIVER (RIGHT) A34 C2 DATA DRIVER (LEFT)
C11 30 6 3 1 C21 53 25 7 4 3 1

C23 SS23

1 P+5V
C10 C20 5 SOS8_SS

IC17101 P+3.3V IC17202 BUFFER SUSTAIN CONTROL


19 2
P+3.3V
BUFFER 18 3 BUFFER IC17203
Vda
5 16 C25 P35
Vda
1 20 1 Vda
2 Vda

CB1 CB2 CB3 CB4 CB5 CB6 CB7 CB8

PANEL DRIVER PLASMA PANEL PANEL DRIVER

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11 Wiring Connection Diagram
11.1. Caution statement.
Caution:
Please confirm that all flexible cables are assembled correctly.
Also make sure that they are locked in the connectors.
Verify by giving the flexible cables a very slight pull.

11.2. Wiring (1)

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11.3. Wiring (2)

40
11.4. Wiring (3)

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42
12 Schematic Diagram
12.1. Schematic Diagram Note

43
12.2. A-Board (1/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (1/14) Nile-TCON


IC8001
C1AB00003249
A Nile-TCON

GPIO/IRQ_MCU VCC DVSS/AVSS

R8050 SUB1.2V
100 DDR_VCC_POST *IC8001 A1 VSS *IC8001 AC19 VSS
*IC8001 M4 P76_CEC_IN P76 CEC_IN
*IC8001 A2 VSS *IC8001 AD9 VSS
*IC8001 N5 P75_AVLINK1IN PB7 CEC_OUT
R8051 C8030 C8033 *IC8001 U19 VDDC *IC8001 B1 VSS *IC8001 AD18 VSS
100 10V 10V 10u *IC8001 AC10 VDD18DDR
10u *IC8001 U20 VDDC C8082 C8127 *IC8001 B2 VSS *IC8001 AE19 VSS
STB1.2V C8034

0V
STB3.3V 16V 0.1u
16V 0.1u 10V
*IC8001 T19 VDDC 10u *IC8001 AC14 VDD18DDR *IC8001 P10 VSS *IC8001 AE13 VSS
C8140
C8133
*IC8001 T20 VDDC 50V 1000p *IC8001 P11 VSS *IC8001 AE15 VSS
50V 1000p
C8012 *IC8001 U8 VDD12MCU *IC8001 AC16 VDD18DDR
16V C8141 *IC8001 P12 VSS *IC8001 AE22 VSS
L8011 C8064 16V 0.1u
0.1u J0JHC0000045 C8035
10V 10V *IC8001 T23 VDDC *IC8001 AC21 VDD18DDR *IC8001 P13 VSS *IC8001 AF1 VSS
R8048 1u 10u
*IC8001 T24 VDDC *IC8001 P14 VSS *IC8001 AF2 VSS
27k C8036 *IC8001 AC23 VDD18DDR
16V *IC8001 U23 VDDC C8143 *IC8001 P15 VSS *IC8001 AF18 VSS
10V 1u
G TO 3,4,7/14 MCU_XRST *IC8001 M3 COLDRST_N STB3.3V 0.1u
Q8005 *IC8001 U24 VDDC C8144 *IC8001 AE11 VDD18DDR *IC8001 P16 VSS *IC8001 K10 VSS
B1CBGD000001 TV_SUB_ON 10V 1u
TO 10/14 *IC8001 AC5 P12_PW_PROTECT P12 TV_SUB_ON
C8039 *IC8001 AE20 VDD18DDR
*IC8001 P17 VSS *IC8001 L1 VSS

*IC8001 T8 VDD33MCU 10V *IC8001 M19 VDDC C8145 *IC8001 P24 VSS *IC8001 L2 VSS
16V 0.1u
S D
R8049 TO 12/14 PANEL_STBY_ON/PANEL_VCC_ON *IC8001 Y5 P81_POWER_LCD P81 PANEL_STBY_ON/PANEL_VCC_ON L8012 C8078
10u
*IC8001 M20 VDDC *IC8001 AF8 VDD18DDR *IC8001 R10 VSS *IC8001 L10 VSS
100 J0JHC0000045 10V C8040 C8146
GRAB_MODULE_IIC/PWM_POW_ON 1u 16V 50V 1000p
HDMI_CEC
TO 11/14 *IC8001 D18 P72_PPG P72 GRAB_MODULE_IIC / PWM_POW_ON
0.1u
*IC8001 N19 VDDC
*IC8001 AF17 VDD18DDR
*IC8001 R11 VSS *IC8001 L11 VSS
SUB3.3V C8147
TO 8/14 HDMI_CEC
TO 10/14 POWER_LED_ON *IC8001 U4 P70_POWER_LED P70 POWER_LED_ON
*IC8001 N20 VDDC
16V 0.1u
*IC8001 R12 VSS *IC8001 L12 VSS

*IC8001 R13 VSS *IC8001 L13 VSS


C8041
TO 4/14 KEY3/STBY_LED_ON *IC8001 U5 P71_STANDBY_LED P71 KEY3/STBY_LED_ON 10V
10u
*IC8001 P8 VDDC
L8002
*IC8001 R14 VSS *IC8001 L14 VSS

B
STB3.3V J0JHC0000045
C8011 *IC8001 R8 VDDC *IC8001 R15 VSS *IC8001 L15 VSS
TP8028 TP8029 RM_IN C8136
16V TO 10,12/14 *IC8001 AB7 P13_REMOTEIN P13 RM_IN
16V C8067
*IC8001 P19 VDD33
*IC8001 R16 VSS *IC8001 L16 VSS
0.1u 0.1u 10V *IC8001 P20 VDD33
C8065
TO 10/14 ECO_ON *IC8001 AB6 P02_POWER_TV P02 ECO_ON / INVERTER_ON 1u
16V
*IC8001 R17 VSS *IC8001 L17 VSS
L8007 0.1u *IC8001 AF25 VDD33 *IC8001 R24 VSS *IC8001 M10 VSS
HP_MUTE_TEMP ELJRF10NJFB
1 8
TO 7/14 *IC8001 D19 P22_EXT_MUTE P22 HP_MUTE1
*IC8001 H10 VDD12PLL *IC8001 AF26 VDD33 *IC8001 T10 VSS *IC8001 M11 VSS
A0 R8041 R8040 R8039 C8037
Vcc 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k C8046 16V 0.1u L8003
R8103 *IC8001 AB5 P73_POWER_DB P73 IPOD_XDET / HOTEL_SERIAL_SW *IC8001 T11 VSS *IC8001 M12 VSS
TP8027 4.7k 4V C8043 J0JHC0000045

*IC8004 2 A1
WP
7
*IC8001 W5 P80_BL_ONOFF
SUB3.3V
R8098
4.7k
*IC8001 AA5 P74_POWER_SIG P74 HOT_START[DDR_Self_Refresh]
22u 10V 1u
C8038
*IC8001 L19 VDD12PLL C8068
10V
C8069
16V
*IC8001

*IC8001
R19

R20
VDD33LVDS

VDD33LVDS
*IC8001

*IC8001
T12

T13
VSS

VSS
*IC8001

*IC8001
M13

M14
VSS

VSS
16V 0.1u *IC8001 L20 VDD12PLL 1u 0.1u
TVRR206AAS TP8025 *IC8001 M5 P77_AVLINK0IN P77 SUB3.3V_SENSE C8044 *IC8001 T14 VSS *IC8001 M15 VSS
C8070
R8059 R8037 10V 1u 50V
3 6 *IC8001 T15 VSS *IC8001 M16 VSS
EEPROM A2
SCL S
*IC8001 R5 MCU_SCL
10k
*IC8001 N4 PB7_CEC_OUT P75 IPOD_SOS
C8042
*IC8001 L25 VDD12PLL SUB3.3V_A
1000p
*IC8001 T16 VSS *IC8001 M17 VSS
TP8026 16V 0.1u *IC8001 L26 VDD12PLL
R8104 *IC8001 T4 P03_POWERKEY P03 MON_MUTE / IPOD_PWR_ON C8045 *IC8001 T17 VSS *IC8001 M24 VSS
R8063 R8089 10V 1u L8004
0V4 GND 5 4.7k
*IC8001 T5 MCU_SDA 0 L8006 J0JHC0000045 *IC8001 U10 VSS *IC8001 N10 VSS
SDA S J0JHC0000045
*IC8001 V5 P25_BL_STATUS P25 GUARD_DOG_EXE *IC8001 H13 AVDD33V
*IC8001 K8 VDD12HDMI C8079 *IC8001 U11 VSS *IC8001 N11 VSS
C8047 10V *IC8001 H12 AVDD33V
C8049 16V 0.1u C8071
R8064 *IC8001 P5 P11_AC_DETECT P11 POWER_DET *IC8001 L8 VDD12HDMI 1u *IC8001 U13 VSS *IC8001 N12 VSS
10V 16V
MCU_I2CCLK 1u 0.1u
STB3.3V R8094 *IC8001 U15 VSS *IC8001 N13 VSS
S DDC5V_A C8048
TO 10,11/14 MCU_I2CDATA 4.7k
*IC8001 F5 P10_DDC5V_A P10 DDC5V_A
50V L8005 *IC8001 U17 VSS *IC8001 N14 VSS
S DDC5V_B L8008 1000p J0JHC0000045
R8065 *IC8001 H4 P01_DDC5V_B P01 DDC5V_B
J0JHC0000045 *IC8001 C19 AVDD33AADC *IC8001 AB9 VSS *IC8001 N15 VSS
DDC5V_C *IC8001 J5 P00_DDC5V_C P00 DDC5V_C *IC8001 U12 VDD12DDR C8080 C8073
C8050 10V 16V *IC8001 C21 AVDD33ADAC *IC8001 AB12 VSS *IC8001 N16 VSS
C8051 16V 0.1u 0.1u
TO 8/14 HPLUG_A *IC8001 F4 PB4_HPLUG_A PB4 HPLUG_A
10V *IC8001 U14 VDD12DDR 1u
*IC8001 AB16 VSS *IC8001 N17 VSS
10u C8074
TO 11/14 INVERTER_SOS *IC8001 U6 SLOW_AD0 INVERTER_SOS
HPLUG_B *IC8001 G4 PB5_HPLUG_B PB5 HPLUG_B
C8053 *IC8001 U16 VDD12DDR
50V *IC8001 AB22 VSS *IC8001 N24 VSS
16V 0.1u
*IC8001 AB8 VDD12DDR 1000p
KEY1 *IC8001 V6 SLOW_AD1 SLOW1 KEY1 *IC8001 J4 PB6_HPLUG_C PB6 HPLUG_C C8054
STB3.3V 16V 0.1u *IC8001 AB13 VDD12DDR C8081
TO 10/14 10V *IC8001 H16 AVDD33AADC
CATS_EYE *IC8001 W6 SLOW_AD2 SLOW2 CATS_EYE C8056 *IC8001 AB17 VDD12DDR 1u
R8062
16V 0.1u *IC8001 H17 AVDD33ADAC
4.7k *IC8001 AB21 VDD12DDR C8075
16V
TO 9/14 RF_AFT *IC8001 Y6 SLOW_AD3 SLOW3 RF_AFT *IC8001 R3 OCD_CLOCK C8139
16V 0.1u L8009 0.1u

C TO 10/14 SRQ *IC8001 AA6 SLOW_AD4 SLOW4 SRQ

SLOW5 SOS
*IC8001

*IC8001
R4

P3
OCD_DATA

MODE_IN
J0JHC0000045

C8058 C8116
16V
*IC8001 AB15 VDD12DDRPLL

SUB3.3V_HDMI
*IC8001

*IC8001
A19

A26
AVSS

AVSS
*IC8001
*IC8001
D17
K11
AVSS
AVSS
10V
R8100 TO 7/14 SOS *IC8001 AC7 SLOW_AD5 [Power, Sub9, Sub5, FAN, Sound] 10u 0.1u *IC8001 A10 AVSS *IC8001 K12 AVSS
22k *IC8001 K6 TESTIN *IC8001 B10 AVSS *IC8001 K13 AVSS
*IC8001 AD7 SLOW_AD6 SLOW6 DPMS_STS
L8016 L8010 *IC8001 B19 AVSS *IC8001 K14 AVSS
STB3.3V J0JHC0000045 J0JHC0000045
*IC8001 H14 AVDD12V *IC8001 M8 VDD33HDMI *IC8001 B26 AVSS *IC8001 K15 AVSS
R8045 C8130 C8131
47k C8132 C8060
10V 16V *IC8001 H15 AVDD12SIF 16V 50V *IC8001 D10 AVSS *IC8001 K16 AVSS
C8009 *IC8001 N8 VDD33HDMI
R8043 1u 0.1u C8061 0.1u 1000p
10V *IC8001 D15 AVSS *IC8001 K17 AVSS
47k 50V 4.7u
TP8030 *IC8001 AE7 SLOW_AD7 SLOW7 FACT 1000p
L8017
TP8031 J0JHC0000045
R8044 *IC8001 H11 AVDD12V
1k C8059 C8062
C8063
TO 10/14 SD-BOOT
10V 16V
50V
1u 0.1u
1000p

GPIO/IRQ_24KEc TU TO 9/14 SD TO 3/14 Digital Audio JTAG


R8102 4.7k
*IC8001 A7 GPIO0 GPIO0 HOT_START_24KEC TP8032 MCLK *IC8001 E26 AMCLKOX
R8101 4.7k
*IC8001 E23 TSI1CLKI VSB_INP *IC8001 A11 VSB_INP
*IC8001 B7 GPIO1 GPIO1 LCD_EEP_WP TP8033 SDDAT3 *IC8001 AD6 SDDATA3
*IC8001 E22 TSI1SYNC VSB_INN *IC8001 B11 VSB_INN LRCLK *IC8001 D26 ALRCKOX
PANEL_TEST_ON/VDD25_EN *IC8001 E6 GPIO2 GPIO2 PANEL_TEST_ON/VDD25_EN SDDAT2 *IC8001 AE6 SDDATA2 *IC8001 AE24 DBGTDO
TP5601 TO 11/14 *IC8001 D22 TSI1DATA IFAGC *IC8001 E7 IFAGC
SDDAT1
PANEL_AGW/AVDD_ENB *IC8001 F6 GPIO3 GPIO3 PANEL_AGW/AVDD_ENB
*IC8001 D23 TSI1VALID *IC8001 E8 RFAGC
*IC8001 AF6 SDDATA1 TO 6/14 BCLK *IC8001 E25 ABCKOX *IC8001 AF24 DBGTCK
*IC8001 AA23 GPIO4 GPIO4 FAN_MAX/LCD_EEP_WP/ZWEI_VOUT_ENB SDDAT0 *IC8001 AF7 SDDATA0 *IC8001 AD24 DBGTDI
*IC8001 E9 ANTCON *IC8001 D24 ASDOX1
*IC8001 AA22 GPIO5 GPIO5 FAN_OFF SDCLK *IC8001 AF5 SDCLK *IC8001 Y21 DBGTMS
R8106 SIFIN *IC8001 A18 SIFIN
*IC8001 Y23 GPIO6 GPIO6 RED_LED(for debug) SDCMD *IC8001 AE5 SDCMD SDIN *IC8001 D25 ASDOX2 *IC8001 W21 DBGTRST_N
4.7k
*IC8001 Y22 GPIO7 GPIO7 GREEN_LED(for debug) SDCD *IC8001 AC6 SDCD

D *IC8001 E24 IRQ0 PIO8 SD_LED_OFF TO 3/14 24KEC_EEP_WP *IC8001 W23 GPIO8 GPIO8 24KEc_EEP_WP SDWP *IC8001 AD5 SDWP TO 7,8/14 SPDIF *IC8001 C26 ATXO
*IC8001 F24 IRQ1 PIO7 ETHER_XRST *IC8001 W22 GPIO9 GPIO9 SP_LED_OFF
AVSW
*IC8001 G24 IRQ2 IRQ2 ETHER_IRQ *IC8001 V23 GPIO10 GPIO10 SP_LED_DIM

*IC8001 V22 GPIO11 GPIO11 IPOD_CP_RST


C8013 16V 0.1u *IC8001 D16 VREFAIN
GPIO12 TUNER_SW1
TO 8/14 ARC1_OFF *IC8001 P22 GPIO12
C8014 16V 0.1u
*IC8001 AA21 IRQ3 IRQ3 POWER_DET_24KEC *IC8001 N22 GPIO13 GPIO13 TUNER_SW2
*IC8001 C15 VREFBIN HDMI TO 8/14 LVDS/LCD TO 12/14 EBUS TO 3/14
C8016 16V 0.1u *IC8001 C11 VREFCIN *IC8001 B16 VY1IN
SUB3.3V
*IC8001 M22 GPIO14 GPIO14 SIF_FIL_ON
C8017 16V 0.1u *IC8001 C10 VREFDIN *IC8001 C16 VC1IN
R8083 *IC8001 L22 GPIO15 GPIO15 YUV_DET RXNC_A *IC8001 B6 RXNC_A
4.7k C8018 16V 0.1u *IC8001 E13 VREFEIN EBDAT15 *IC8001 AB2 EBDAT15
*IC8001 K22 GPIO16 GPIO16 S_XDET RXPC_A *IC8001 A6 RXPC_A
C8019 16V 0.1u *IC8001 E12 VBG VCVS1IN *IC8001 B18 VCVS1IN EBDAT14 *IC8001 AB1 EBDAT14
TO 6/14 AUDIO_XRST *IC8001 J22 GPIO17 GPIO17 AUDIO_XRST
C8028 16V 0.1u *IC8001 D13 VBGE VCVS2IN *IC8001 C18 VCVS2IN
RXN0_A *IC8001 B5 RXN0_A
TP8039 EBDAT13 *IC8001 AC4 EBDAT13
PANEL_READY/FV_SEL *IC8001 C25 GPIO18 GPIO18 PANEL_READY/FV_SEL RXP0_A *IC8001 A5 RXP0_A RA_E+ *IC8001 M26 TA1
*IC8001 A17 VCVS3IN TP8012 EBDAT12 *IC8001 AC3 EBDAT12
PANEL_ALARM/PANEL_LED_ON
TO 12/14 *IC8001 C24 GPIO19 GPIO19 PANEL_ALARM/PANEL_LED_ON SUB3.3V_A
VCVS4IN *IC8001 B17 VCVS4IN
RXN1_A *IC8001 B4 RXN1_A RA_E-
TP8014
*IC8001 M25 TA1_N
EBDAT11 *IC8001 AC2 EBDAT11
DISPEN *IC8001 C23 GPIO20 GPIO20 DISPEN RXP1_A *IC8001 A4 RXP1_A RB_E+ *IC8001 N26 TB1
SUB3.3V_HDMI TP8013 EBDAT10 *IC8001 AC1 EBDAT10
TO 9/14 TV_SYNC/TUNERBOX_SEL *IC8001 C22 GPIO21 GPIO21 TV_SYNC/TUNERBOX_SEL L8013 RXN2_A *IC8001 B3 RXN2_A RB_E- *IC8001 N25 TB1_N
EBDAT9 *IC8001 AD3 EBDAT9
J0JHC0000045 TP8016
*IC8001 C9 DCIN0 DCIN0 IPOD_ACC_PWR_XDET RXP2_A *IC8001 A3 RXP2_A RC_E+ *IC8001 P26 TC1
VG1IN *IC8001 A15 VG1IN TP8015 EBDAT8 *IC8001 AD2 EBDAT8
*IC8001 D9 DCIN1 RC_E- *IC8001 P25 TC1_N
DCIN1 HP_DET
Q8002 VB1IN *IC8001 B15 VB1IN SCL_DDC_A *IC8001 M6 SCL_DDC_A TP8018 EBDAT7 *IC8001 AD1 EBDAT7
B1ABCF000231 C8001 RCLK_E+ *IC8001 R26 TCLK1

P
6.3V VR1IN *IC8001 A16 VR1IN VJ8000 SDA_DDC_A *IC8001 L6 SDA_DDC_A TP8017 EBDAT6 *IC8001 AE2 EBDAT6
R8056 RCLK_E- *IC8001 R25 TCLK1_N
1u
1.5k
IIC_24KEc DAOUT2 B8 *IC8001
SYNCIN1 *IC8001 C14 SYNCIN1 ACK_DDC_A *IC8001 G5 ACK_DDC_A
RD_E+
TP8020
*IC8001 T26 TD1
EBDAT5 *IC8001 AE1 EBDAT5
TP8019 EBDAT4 *IC8001 AE3 EBDAT4

24KEC_I2CCLK0 *IC8001 E4 I2CCLK0 C8023


*IC8001 A8 P2CKIN TO 5/14 VG2IN *IC8001 B14 VG2IN R8025
*IC8001 G6 REXT_A RD_E-
TP8022
*IC8001 T25 TD1_N
EBDAT3 *IC8001 AF3 EBDAT3
TO 9,10/14 24KEC_I2CDATA0 *IC8001 E5 I2CDATA0
I2C0:TU/iPOD 50V R8053
C8024
16V VB2IN *IC8001 A13 VB2IN
2k
*IC8001 D6 HDMITEST2
RE_E+
TP8021
*IC8001 U26 TE1
EBDAT2 *IC8001 AD4 EBDAT2
5p 1k
0.01u RE_E- *IC8001 U25 TE1_N
24KEC_I2CCLK1 *IC8001 F26 I2CCLK1 VR2IN *IC8001 A14 VR2IN *IC8001 C6 HDMITEST1 EBDAT1 *IC8001 AE4 EBDAT1
TO 6,10,11/14 I2C1:AMP/PANEL/HP C8027
*IC8001 V26 TF1
24KEC_I2CDATA1 *IC8001 F25 I2CDATA1 SYNCIN2 *IC8001 C13 SYNCIN2 EBDAT0 *IC8001 AF4 EBDAT0
16V R8058 *IC8001 V25 TF1_N
24KEC_I2CCLK2 *IC8001 G26 I2CCLK2 0.1u 1.2k for 256Mb NOR
TO 3,10/14 I2C2:24KEC_EEPROM RXNC_B *IC8001 C2 RXNC_B EBADD24 *IC8001 R2 EBCE3_N

E 24KEC_I2CDATA2 *IC8001 G25 I2CDATA2


C8022
16V
0.01u
*IC8001 E10 P2FIL
*IC8001

*IC8001
A12

B12
VG3IN

VB3IN
RXPC_B

RXN0_B
*IC8001
*IC8001
C1
D2
RXPC_B
RXN0_B
RA_O+
RA_O-
TP8001

TP8000
*IC8001
*IC8001
W26
W25
TA2
TA2_N
EBADD23/NABSY_N
EBADD22/NAALE
*IC8001
*IC8001
R1
T3
EBCE2_N
DCIN2
*IC8001 B13 VR3IN TP8003
UART_24KEc TO 10/14 *IC8001 D11 BIASDA2
*IC8001 C12 SYNCIN3
RXP0_B *IC8001 D1 RXP0_B RB_O+
TP8002
*IC8001 Y26 TB2 EBADD21/NACLE *IC8001 T2 EBCE5_N
C8020 RXN1_B *IC8001 E2 RXN1_B RB_O- *IC8001 Y25 TB2_N EBADD20 *IC8001 T1 EBCE4_N
16V
0.1u TP8005
SUB3.3V_A AHDIN *IC8001 D8 AHDIN RXP1_B *IC8001 E1 RXP1_B RC_O+ *IC8001 AA26 TC2 EBADD19 *IC8001 U3 DCIN3
TP8004
AVDIN *IC8001 C8 AVDIN RXN2_B *IC8001 F2 RXN2_B RC_O- *IC8001 AA25 TC2_N EBADD18 *IC8001 U2 EBACK_N
TP8007
UATXD0 *IC8001 H25 UATXD0 RXP2_B *IC8001 F1 RXP2_B RCLK_O+ *IC8001 AB26 TCLK2 EBADD17 *IC8001 U1 SPI_CLK
UATX/RX0 : YAMON L8014 TP8006
UARXD0 *IC8001 H26 UARXD0 J0JHC0000045 *IC8001 A24 ALTUNEOUT RCLK_O- *IC8001 AB25 TCLK2_N EBADD16 *IC8001 V4 EBBE0_N
SCL_DDC_B *IC8001 L5 SCL_DDC_B TP8009
UACTS0_N *IC8001 H23 UACTS0_N *IC8001 B24 ARTUNEOUT RD_O+ *IC8001 AC26 TD2 EBADD15 *IC8001 V3 EBALE_N
UARTS0_N *IC8001 H24 UARTS0_N
Q8003 C8002 *IC8001 A25 ALSPOUT
SDA_DDC_B *IC8001 K4 SDA_DDC_B
RD_O-
TP8008
*IC8001 AC25 TD2_N EBADD14 *IC8001 W4 EBBE1_N
B1ABCF000231 6.3V ACK_DDC_B *IC8001 H5 ACK_DDC_B TP8011
UA0EXCLK *IC8001 J26 UA0EXCLK R8057 1u *IC8001 B25 ARSPOUT RE_O+ *IC8001 AD26 TE2 EBADD13 *IC8001 W3 NABSY_N
1.5k TP8010
UARXD1 *IC8001 K26 UARXD1 DAOUT3 B9 *IC8001 *IC8001 C17 VMONIOUT *IC8001 H6 REXT_B RE_O- *IC8001 AD25 TE2_N EBADD12 *IC8001 W2 EBADD12
UATX/RX1 : Kernel
R8026
UATXD1 *IC8001 K25 UATXD1 *IC8001 A9 P3CKIN *IC8001 AE26 TF2 EBADD11 *IC8001 W1 EBADD11
2k *IC8001 D3 HDMITEST5
*IC8001 J24 UARXD2 PIO02 TCON_CPV C8025 C8026 *IC8001 AE25 TF2_N EBADD10 *IC8001 Y4 EBADD10
R8054
16V 16V ALIN1 *IC8001 A23 ALIN1 *IC8001 C3 HDMITEST4
*IC8001 J23 UATXD2 PIO03 TCON_GDATA1 1.2k EBADD9 *IC8001 Y3 EBADD9
5p 0.01u TP8023
ARIN1 *IC8001 B23 ARIN1
*IC8001 J25 UA2EXCLK PIO04 TCON_GDATA2 EBADD8 *IC8001 Y2 EBADD8
*IC8001 G2 RXNC_C EBADD7 *IC8001 Y1 EBADD7
C8029 ALIN2 *IC8001 A22 ALIN2
R8055 *IC8001 G1 RXPC_C EBADD6 *IC8001 AA4 EBADD6
16V ARIN2 *IC8001 B22 ARIN2 *IC8001 K23 TCN_POLL
0.015u 2.2k *IC8001 H2 RXN0_C EBADD5 *IC8001 AA3 EBADD5
*IC8001 L24 TCN_POLR
*IC8001 H1 RXP0_C EBADD4 *IC8001 AA2 EBADD4
CLOCK C8015
16V *IC8001 D12 P3FIL TO 5/14
*IC8001 A21 ALIN3
*IC8001 J2 RXN1_C
*IC8001 K24 TCN_LPL
EBADD3 *IC8001 AA1 EBADD3
150p *IC8001 B21 ARIN3 *IC8001 L23 TCN_LD
*IC8001 J1 RXP1_C EBADD2 *IC8001 AB4 EBADD2
X8000 R8070 *IC8001 E11 BIASDA3
*IC8001 K2 RXN2_C EBADD1 *IC8001 AB3 EBADD1
H0J250500094 *IC8001 N1 RTC_XIN C8021 ALIN4 *IC8001 A20 ALIN4 *IC8001 M23 AGWU
S 16V
*IC8001 M1 XIN *IC8001 K1 RXP2_C
TP8036 0.1u
C8007 25MHz *IC8001 N2 RTC_XOUT ARIN4 *IC8001 B20 ARIN4 *IC8001 N23 AGWK *IC8001 P4 ICERST_N
R8023

F
50V R8071
4p 1M *IC8001 D21 HDMITEST3 SCL_DDC_C *IC8001 L4 SCL_DDC_C
S
*IC8001 G22 VCXOI XECS0 *IC8001 P1 EBCE0_N
*IC8001 M2 XOUT ALIN5 *IC8001 C20 ALIN5 SDA_DDC_C *IC8001 L3 SDA_DDC_C *IC8001 R22 BL1PWM
R8024 TP8037 *IC8001 G23 VCXPWMOUT *IC8001 T22 TEST
C8008 ARIN5 *IC8001 D20 ARIN5 *IC8001 K5 ACK_DDC_C *IC8001 R23 BL0PWM XERE *IC8001 V1 EBOE_N
50V 1.5k R8072
5p
S
*IC8001 F22 PANELCLKI TO 11/14 RIEXT_A *IC8001 U22 RIEXT_A
*IC8001 J6 REXT_C XEWE0 *IC8001 V2 EBWE_N
TP8038 *IC8001 F23 PANELCLKO R8027 *IC8001 P23 MTEST
TP8024 *IC8001 N3 MCUCLKOUT *IC8001 D14 AADVCML *IC8001 C7 FBINA 2k
R8073
*IC8001 K3 HDMITEST7 *IC8001 P2 EBCE1_N
*IC8001 H22 CLKIN42 C8101 *IC8001 D7 FBINB
S 16V *IC8001 J3 HDMITEST6
TP8040 0.1u

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

44
12.3. A-Board (2/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (2/14) DDR2

DDR2IF 84FBGA DDR2 800Mz x 16bit

SUB1.8V

DDR_VCC_POST
L8000
J0JHC0000045

CH0DM0 C8097
10V
DDRDM0 AD10 *IC8001 *IC8002 B3 UDM
CH0DM1 10u
DDRDM1 AD13 *IC8001 *IC8002 F3 LDM
*IC8002 A1 VDD

CH0DQS0_N *IC8002 C1 VDDQ


DDRDQSN0 AF9 *IC8001 *IC8002 A8 UDQS
CH0DQS0 C8105 *IC8002 E1 VDD
DDRDQS0 AE9 *IC8001 *IC8002 B7 UDQS 50V
CH0DQS1_N 1000p *IC8002 C3 VDDQ
DDRDQSN1 AF12 *IC8001 *IC8002 E8 LDQS
CH0DQS1 *IC8002 C7 VDDQ
DDRDQS1 AF13 *IC8001 *IC8002 F7 LDQS
C8110 *IC8002 A9 VDDQ
16V 0.1u
*IC8002 C9 VDDQ
CH0DQ0 C8104
DDRDQ9 AE14 *IC8001 *IC8002 G8 DQ0 50V 1000p *IC8002 E9 VDDQ
CH0DQ1
DDRDQ15 AB11 *IC8001 *IC8002 G2 DQ1
C8111
CH0DQ2
DDRDQ12 AC12 *IC8001 *IC8002 H7 DQ2 10V 10u
CH0DQ3
DDRDQ11 AD12 *IC8001 *IC8002 H3 DQ3 C8112 *IC8002 G1 VDDQ
CH0DQ4
50V 1000p
DDRDQ14 AF11 *IC8001 *IC8002 H1 DQ4 *IC8002 J1 VDDL
CH0DQ5
DDRDQ10 AD14 *IC8001 *IC8002 H9 DQ5 *IC8002 G3 VDDQ
CH0DQ6
DDRDQ13 AE12 *IC8001 *IC8002 F1 DQ6 C8120 *IC8002 G7 VDDQ
CH0DQ7 16V
DDRDQ8 AF14 *IC8001 *IC8002 F9 DQ7 0.1u *IC8002 G9 VDDQ
CH0DQ8
DDRDQ3 AE10 *IC8001 *IC8002 C8 DQ8 *IC8002 J9 VDD
CH0DQ9
DDRDQ7 AC8 *IC8001 *IC8002 C2 DQ9 C8113
CH0DQ10 10V
DDRDQ1 AF10 *IC8001 *IC8002 D7 DQ10 1u
CH0DQ11
DDRDQ4 AC9 *IC8001 *IC8002 D3 DQ11 *IC8002 M9 VDD
CH0DQ12
DDRDQ5 AE8 *IC8001 *IC8002 D1 DQ12 C8121
CH0DQ13 50V
DDRDQ2 AC11 *IC8001 *IC8002 D9 DQ13 1000p *IC8002 R1 VDD
CH0DQ14
DDRDQ6 AD8 *IC8001 *IC8002 B1 DQ14 C8148
CH0DQ15
DDRDQ0 AD11 *IC8001 *IC8002 B9 DQ15 50V 1000p

CH0A7
DDRAD7 AB20 *IC8001 *IC8002 P2 A7

R8010
EXB28V101JX IC8002
C3ABSY000036
CH0A12
DDRAD12 AD23 *IC8001 *IC8002 R2 A12
CH0A4 DDR2
DDRAD4 AD21 *IC8001 *IC8002 N8 A4

R8011
EXB28V101JX

CH0A3
DDRAD3 AD20 *IC8001 *IC8002 N2 A3
CH0XCAS
DDRCAS_N AC15 *IC8001 *IC8002 L7 CAS

R8012
EXB28V101JX

*IC8002 A3 VSS
CH0XRAS
DDRRAS_N AE16 *IC8001 *IC8002 K7 RAS *IC8002 E3 VSS
CH0XBA2
DDRBA2 AD17 *IC8001 *IC8002 L1 NC *IC8002 J3 VSS

*IC8002 N1 VSS
*IC8002 P9 VSS
R8013
EXB28V101JX

*IC8002 A7 VSSQ
CH0XCS0
DDRCS0_N AE17 *IC8001 *IC8002 L8 CS *IC8002 B2 VSSQ
CH0A5
DDRAD5 AF22 *IC8001 *IC8002 N3 A5 *IC8002 B8 VSSQ
*IC8002 D2 VSSQ
*IC8002 D8 VSSQ
R8014
EXB28V101JX *IC8002 E7 VSSQ
*IC8002 F2 VSSQ
CH0A9
DDRAD9 AF23 *IC8001 *IC8002 P3 A9 *IC8002 F8 VSSQ
CH0A6
DDRAD6 AB23 *IC8001 *IC8002 N7 A6 *IC8002 H2 VSSQ
*IC8002 H8 VSSQ

R8015
EXB28V101JX *IC8002 J7 VSSDL

CH0A11
DDRAD11 AC22 *IC8001 *IC8002 P7 A11
CH0A8
DDRAD8 AD22 *IC8001 *IC8002 P8 A8

*IC8002 A2 NC
R8016
EXB28V101JX *IC8002 E2 NC

*IC8002 R3 NC

CH0A2 *IC8002 R7 NC
DDRAD2 AB19 *IC8001 *IC8002 M7 A2
CH0A0 *IC8002 R8 NC
DDRAD0 AF19 *IC8001 *IC8002 M8 A0

R8017
EXB28V101JX

CH0BA0
DDRBA0 AF20 *IC8001 *IC8002 L2 BA0
CH0BA1
DDRBA1 AE18 *IC8001 *IC8002 L3 BA1

R8018
EXB28V101JX

CH0A1
DDRAD1 AC17 *IC8001 *IC8002 M3 A1
CH0XWE
DDRWE_N AB14 *IC8001 *IC8002 K3 WE

R8019
EXB28V101JX

CH0A10
DDRAD10 AE23 *IC8001 *IC8002 M2 A10
R8001 R8000
1k 1k
DDRD1_VREF AC13 *IC8001
DDRD0_VREF AB10 *IC8001

DDRVCAL AC20 *IC8001 C8003 C8004


16V 16V
0.1u 0.1u

R8003
301
DDRRODT AB18 *IC8001
R8079
73.2
DDRRDRV AC18 *IC8001
R8006
402 R8007
CH0ODT 102
DDRODT0 AF15 *IC8001 *IC8002 K9 ODT
R8091
CH0CK 80.6
DDRCLK AD15 *IC8001 *IC8002 J8 CK
CH0XCK
DDRBCLK AD16 *IC8001 *IC8002 K8 CK
R8004 C8102
402 R8005 50V
CH0CKE 102 5p
DDRCKE AF16 *IC8001 *IC8002 K2 CKE

0V
*IC8001 AF21 DDRREFCLKA
*IC8001 AE21 DDRREFCLKAN

DDR_VCC_POST *IC8002 J2 VREF


R8009 R8008
1k 1k

R8068
150 C8005 C8006
*IC8001 AD19 RQDRVEN 16V 16V
0.1u 0.1u

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

45
12.4. A-Board (3/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (3/14) NOR,SDcard,EEP

R8531
AA_XECS0 68
XECS0 AA_ED0

AA_XERE
AA_ED7

AA_ED6

AA_ED5

AA_ED4

AA_ED3

AA_ED2

AA_ED9
AA_ED1

AA_ED8

AA_ED0

AA_XECS0
AA_EA1
AA_ED15

AA_ED14

AA_ED13

AA_ED12

AA_ED11

AA_ED10
AA_EA17
EBDAT0
AA_ED1
R8532 EBDAT1
AA_XERE 68 AA_ED2
XERE EBDAT2
TO 1/14 AA_ED3
EBDAT3
R8533 AA_ED4
AA_XEWE0 68 EBDAT4
STB3.3V

16V 0.1u
XEWE0 AA_ED5

C8501
EBDAT5
AA_ED6
EBDAT6
MCU_XRST AA_ED7
MCU_XRST TO 1,4,7/14 EBDAT7
L8500
R8515
J0JHC0000045
SUB3.3V R8528 EXB2HV680JV
TP8509 C8503 4.7k
16V AA_ED8
0.1u EBDAT8
AA_ED9
EBDAT9
AA_ED10
C8506 EBDAT10
16V AA_ED11
1 8 0.1u EBDAT11
E0 R8538 AA_ED12

56
55
54

53

52
51

50

49
48
47

46
45
44

43
42
41

40
39
38

37
36
35

34
33
32

31
30
29
VCC 4.7k EBDAT12
TP8510 AA_ED13
EBDAT13

NC
NC
A16

Vss

DQ15A-1

DQ7
DQ14
DQ6

DQ13
DQ5
DQ12

DQ4
Vcc
DQ11

DQ3
DQ10
DQ2

DQ9
DQ1
DQ8

DQ0

Vss

A0
NC

(VIO) VCCQ
G
BYTE

E
2 E1 7 AA_ED14
WC
24KEC_EEP_WP
TO 1/14 AA_ED15
EBDAT14

EBDAT15

3 6 R8516
E2
SCL
*IC8502 128Mbit NOR FLASH
EXB2HV680JV STB3.3V

TVRR693AGS

(A23)
4 VSS 5

Vpp/WP
SDA
TP8512
R8521

A22

A15

A14
A13

A12

A11
A10

A19
A20

A21

A18

A17
S

NC

NC
NC
R8511 R8510

RP

RB
A9
A8

A7
A6

A5
A4
A3
A2

A1
4.7k

W
*IC8503

10
11

12
13
14
15
16

17
18
19

20
21
22

23
24
25
26

27
28
1
2
3

5
6

8
9
AA_EA1
EBADD1
AA_EA2
TP8511 EBADD2
TVRR186AAS AA_EA3
EBADD3
AA_EA4
EEPROM EBADD4
AA_EA5
EBADD5 TO 1/14
AA_EA6

MCU_XRST
AA_XEWE0
EBADD6

(for 256Mb)
AA_EA7

AA_EA24

AA_EA23
AA_EA16

AA_EA15

AA_EA14
AA_EA13

AA_EA12

AA_EA11
AA_EA10

AA_EA20
AA_EA21

AA_EA22

AA_EA19
AA_EA18
AA_EA9

AA_EA8

AA_EA7
AA_EA6

AA_EA5
AA_EA4
AA_EA3

AA_EA2
I2C EBADD7

24KEC_I2CCLK2 R8514
R8522 R8502 R8523
TO 1,10/14 EXB2HV680JV 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k
24KEC_I2CDATA2

AA_EA8
EBADD8
AA_EA9
EBADD9
AA_EA10
EBADD10
AA_EA11
EBADD11
AA_EA12
EBADD12
AA_EA13
EBADD13
AA_EA14
EBADD14
AA_EA15
EBADD15
R8512
R8560 R8557
EXB2HV680JV 4.7k 4.7k

AA_EA16
EBADD16
AA_EA19
EBADD19
SUB3.3V_SD AA_EA18
EBADD18
AA_EA17
EBADD17
AA_EA22
EBADD22/NAALE
AA_EA21
SD/IC_CARD AA_EA20
EBADD21/NACLE

EBADD20

AE_SDWP
AE_SDCMD
AA_EA23

AE_SDCD
AE_SDCLK
AE_SDDAT3
AE_SDDAT2

AE_SDDAT1

AE_SDDAT0
EBADD23/NABSY_N

R8513

R8501
AA_EA24 68
EBADD24
SD_CARD C8520
16V
TO 1/14 R8539 0.1u
R8543
EXB2HV680JV
AE_SDDAT0 EXB2HV103JV
SDDAT0
AE_SDCD
SDCD
AE_SDDAT1
SDDAT1 EXB2HV680JV
AE_SDDAT2
SDDAT2
AE_SDDAT3 L8501
SDDAT3
AE_SDCLK J0JHC0000045
SDCLK
AE_SDCMD
SDCMD
AE_SDWP
SDWP

R8530
EXB2HV330JV

TP8505
TP8504
TP8506
TP8503
TP8507
TP8502
TP8508
TP8501

C8514
R8546 16V
100 0.01u

C8505 C8504
S

L8502 16V 16V


0.1u 0.1u

JK8502
D.SW
10

12
W.P.
9

K1NA12E00017
11

SD CARD SLOT
SDDAT2

SDDAT3

SDCMD

GND

3.3V

SDCLK

GND

SDDAT0

SDDAT1

C8513
16V
0.1u

+
C8512
16V
47u

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

46
12.5. A-Board (4/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (4/14) POWER SUPPLY

SUB3.3V

SUB1.2V
IC5606 SUB5V SUB3.3V

C0DBAYY00755
D5670 TP5512 TP5514
F15V L5613 SUB1.2V B0JCCE000008
J0JHC0000075 VJ5501 C5695
16V

5
TP5513
P C5730 C5731 0.015u
C5692 1 8

+
C5733 BOOT VIN VOUT
C5734 25V 25V 25V SS
25V 25V 10u 10u C5701 C5700
10u C5694

Thermal Pad
1u 47u 6.3V 6.3V
25V 4.7u VSS 4.7u
0.1u 2 VIN 7 NC ON/OFF
SUB1.2V EN

1
R5707 C5696
TP5508 TP5602 TP5506 L5609 15 R5669 16V
G1C6R8MA0416 12k 0.01u
3 SW 6
P COMP

B0JCPG000030
VJ5503 C5698 C5690 C5689 R5710 "H": ON
6.3V 6.3V 6.3V 2.2 "L": OFF

D5770
TP5507 22u 22u 22u 4 GND 5
FB
C5778
Thermal_Pad
50V
1000p IC5605
C0DBAGF00030

D5633 R5714 R5667 R5668


SUB3.3V
B0ACCJ000048 1.24k 4.3k 10k

C5771
25V
0.033u

SUB3.3V_A
SUB3.3V_SD
SUB1.8V
IC5610
C0DBAYY00755
SUB1.8V SUB5V SUB3.3V_A
SUB5V SUB3.3V_SD
C5714
10V
0.33u
1 BOOT 8
C5711 SS D5671 TP5509 TP5511
25V TP5515 TP5517 B0JCCE000008
C5713

Thermal Pad
10u
25V
0.1u 2 7
VIN C5736 C5737
SUB1.8V EN TP5510

3
C5715 TP5516 10V 10V
R5708
TP5505 TP5503 25V 1u 1u 1 VOUT 3

VDD

VOUT
L5610 15 R5680
G1C100MA0416 2.2k 8200p C5703 C5702 VIN
3 SW 6 C5777
10V 10V C5776
COMP

2 VSS
P
1u 10V 10V

B0JCPG000030
1u

1 CE
VJ5504 TP5504 C5717 C5709 C5708 1u VSS 1u
R5711
6.3V 6.3V 6.3V

D5771
2.2 2
22u 22u 22u 4 GND 5
C5779 FB
50V Thermal_Pad
1000p
F15V

IC5613
R5670 R5715 R5678 R5679
IC5609 C0DBGYY00893
22k 4.3k 9.1k 10k
C0DBGYY00887
D5629 R5672 SUB3.3V_SD
B0BC8R200004 10k
Q5612 R5671
C5706 SUB3.3V_A
B1ABCF000231 25V
68k 0.01u

R5674
2.2k R5675
Q5613 10k
B1ABCF000231
SUB5V
R5676
47k
IC5608
C5707 R5673 C0DBAYY00755
16V
0.1u
47k
F15V_FIL
SUB3.3V_HDMI
SUB5V
C5725
VJ5502
10V
0.33u

10u 25V
P
C5704 C5705 1 BOOT 8

C5722
25V 25V SS
10u 10u C5724

Thermal Pad
25V
0.1u 2 VIN 7 SUB5V SUB3.3V_HDMI
SUB5V_TUNER SUB5V EN
R5709 C5726
TP5502 TP5603 TP5500 L5611 16V
15 R5683
G1C220MA0416 6.8k 0.015u
3 SW 6
P COMP D5765 TP5518 TP5520

B0JCPG000030
VJ5500 C5728 C5720 C5719 B0HCMM000014
R5712
6.3V 6.3V 6.3V 2.2

D5772
TP5501 22u 22u 22u 4 GND 5
C5738 C5739
FB

3
C5780 TP5519 10V 10V
Thermal_Pad 1u 1u
50V

VDD

VOUT
1000p C5765 C5764
10V 10V
R5699

2 VSS
1u 1u

1 CE
3.3k

Q5614 R5713 R5681 R5682


DSC2001S0L Q5615 6.2k 47k 10k
B1ABGC000011

R5696
10k

IC5607
C0DBGYY00887
SUB3.3V_HDMI

R5632
100
TO 1,3,7/14 MCU_XRST

STB5V

STB3.3V R5630
100

D5606
B0JCCE000008
R5629 R8093
R5628S 1M 100k

R5627
10k R5631
R5623 CP
10k C5664 C5663 2 VDD 3 C5667
470 D5603 10V 10V 25V
B0ACCJ000048 10u 10u OUT 0.01u
Q5605 1 GND 4
B1ADCE000022 D5604 D5605
TO 1/14 KEY3/STBY_LED_ON
B0ACCJ000048 B0ACCJ000048

R5624 IC5601
R5625
R5626 C5652 68k
47k C0EBY0000580
100k 50V
1000p
RESET
KEY3
TO 10/14 KEY3

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

47
12.6. A-Board (5/14) Schematic Diagram

TU
C2103
R2392 R2307 1u 10V

A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (5/14) AVSW


RF_V

! TO 9/14 RF_V S S
VCVS1IN U_TU_V TO 1/14

US AV1
C2214
10V
R2301 1u
AV1_V VCVS2IN U_AV1_V
S
C2132
R2391
50V
75
33p

C2211
R2286 10V
TO 7/14 30k 2.2u
TO 1/14
AV1_L ALIN1 U_AV1_L

R2288
22k

C2212
R2281 10V
30k 2.2u
AV1_R ARIN1 U_AV1_R

R2290
22k

PDP US YPBPR2
PC MODEL
C2197
16V
R2374 0.01u

S
SYNCIN1 PDP_U_YPBPR2_SYNC

C2198
10V
R2291 1u
YPBPR2_Y S
VG1IN PDP_U_YPBPR2_Y
C2138
R2200
50V
75
33p

C2199
10V
R2292 1u
YPBPR2_PB S
VB1IN PDP_U_YPBPR2_PB
C2140
R2258
50V
75
33p

C2213
10V
R2293 1u
TO 1/14
TO 7/14 YPBPR2_PR S
VR1IN PDP_U_YPBPR2_PR
C2139
R2265
50V
75
33p

C2296
R2348 10V
30k 2.2u
YPBPR2_L ALIN5 PDP_U_YPBPR2_L

R2283
22k
C2297
AVDIN 10V
R2314
*R2209 2.2u
30k
0 YPBPR2_R ARIN5 PDP_U_YPBPR2_R

R2284
22k

TO 1/14

AHDIN
*R2210
0
PDP US YPBPR1 C2272
16V
R2278 0.01u
S
SYNCIN2 PDP_U_YPBPR1_SYNC

R2297
YPBPR1_Y S
VG2IN U_YPBPR1_Y
C2135 C2200
R2214 10V
50V
75 1u
33p

C2201
10V
R2295 1u
YPBPR1_PB S
VB2IN U_YPBPR1_PB
C2137
R2261
50V
75
33p

C2207
R2316 10V
30k 2.2u TO 1/14
TO 7/14 YPBPR1_L ALIN2 U_YPBPR1_L

R2279
22k

C2202
1u
R2296 10V
YPBPR1_PR S
VR2IN U_YPBPR1_PR

C2136
R2263
50V
75
33p

C2208
R2315 10V
30k 2.2u
YPBPR1_R ARIN2 U_YPBPR1_R

R2282
22k

US AV2
C2204
10V
R2298 1u
AV2_V S
VCVS4IN U_AV2_V

R2299
75
C2209
R2280 10V
30k 2.2u
AV2_L ALIN4 U_AV2_L

TO 7/14 C2318
TO 1/14
50V R2285
1000p 22k
C2210
R2260 10V
30k 2.2u
AV2_R ARIN4 U_AV2_R
C2319
50V R2287
1000p 22k

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

48
12.7. A-Board (6/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (6/14) AUDIO AMP

I2C/I2S/RESET

OPERATE

AMP_MUTE
RESET

AUDIO_XRST
AUDIO_XRST
TO 1/14 AUDIO_XRST

24KEC_I2CDATA1
24KEC_I2CDATA1
TO 1.10,11/14 24KEC_I2CCLK1
24KEC_I2CCLK1
R2300
22 48KHz LRCLK_POST
LRCLK
R2303 OPERATE
OPERATE
22 12.288MHz MCLK_POST
MCLK MUTE RESET
R2309
TO 1/14 22 3.072MHz BCLK_POST
BCLK
R2311
22 3.072MHz SDIN_POST
SDIN

SUB3.3V

C2222
10V
SOS(3.12V) 10u

P
VJ2117

C2220
16V
MUTE 0.1u

SOUND15VR SOUND15V
OPERATE MUTE
AMP_MUTE
TO 7/14 AMP_MUTE

C2223 C2226
25V 10V
4700p 0.047u

R2325 L2133 L2132 R2334


470 J0JHC0000045 J0JHC0000045 3.3

C2224 C2248
25V 50V
4700p 0.022u
C2234 C2233
C2225 C2229 C2238 25V 25V C2257
10V 50V 25V 0.1u 10u 50V
0.047u 2200p 1u 0.022u
C2240 G1C330MA0416

R2326
R2324 25V

22.1k
L2126 L2127 470 0.033u L2128 C2256
J0JYC0000068 J0JYC0000068 50V
MUTE OPERATE 0.022u
R2330
C2246
10k C2249
50V
0.1u 50V

12
11
10

8
7
6
5

4
3
2

1
R2393 0.022u
49 C2244

GVDD_OUT
NC
AVSS

PVDD_A
PVDD_A
3.9k

OC_ADJ
PLL_FLTM

BST_A
SSTIMER
50V

PLL_FLTP
0.47u C2247
12.288MHz 13 48 R2331
50V
FAULT PGND_AB 3.3
0.1u
14 47
MCLK_POST 12.288MHz
MCLK OUT_A OUT_B
A11 TO SPEAKER
R2289 R2329 15 VR_ANA 46 L2129 TP2100
33 18.2k OSC_RES AVDD PVDD_B G1C330MA0416 1
16 45 L+

PGND_AB
DVSS PVDD_B TP2101
C2221 17 Pad 44 C2241 C2254
25V 2
16V VR_DIG BST_B 25V L-
0.1u 18 Thermal 43 0.033u 0.1u TP2102

RESET
PDN BST_C C2242 3
LRCLK_POST R2343 100 19 42 25V R+
48KHz

SCL
LRCLK PVDD_C 0.033u TP2108
BCLK_POST 3.072MHz R2337 100 20 41 4
L2130
SCLK PGND_CD PVDD_C R-
SDIN_POST 21 40 G1C330MA0416

GVDD_OUT
3.072MHz R2336 33 OUT_D
SDIN OUT_C
22 39

PVDD_D
PVDD_D
24KEC_I2CDATA1 I2S R2381

STEST

BST_D
SDA PGND_CD C2250

AGND
DVDD

VREG
DVSS
S 23 38
24KEC_I2CCLK1 R2382 50V

GND
C2255 C2239 0.1u R2333
C2245
C2269
S 24 37 25V 25V 50V 3.3
10V 0.1u 10u 0.47u

25
26
27
28
29
30

31
32
33

34
35
36
4.7u
C2251 C2252
50V 50V
0.1u 0.022u

C2230 R2378 L2131


C2243 C2258
16V 10k G1C330MA0416
0.1u 50V
25V
0.033u 0.022u

C2264 C2237
25V 25V C2259
0.1u 1u 50V
0.022u

R2327
0 IC2106 C2232
25V
0.1u
C2253
50V
0.022u
C1AB00003069
R2332
AUDIO AMP 3.3

46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

49
12.8. A-Board (7/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (7/14) AV TERMINAL,ANALOG ASIC

SPDIF

SUB3.3V

D2142
K7AAAY000006
R2388 VCC

DRIVE IC
22
Vin
TO 1,8/14 SPDIF
C2283 GND
16V
0.1u

AV TERMINAL

JK2103 STB3.3V

K2HA918A0002 SUB1.2V

AV TERMINAL
R4809
10k
Y1 R4831
Y1 YPBPR1_Y
100k
STB3.3V
Y2
Y2 YPBPR2_Y

V
V
IC4700 Q4703
DSC2001S0L
SUB1.8V

AV1_V STB3.3V
G STB1.2V C1ZBZ0004161 R4821
10k
SUB5V
PB1 ANALOG ASIC R4830
PB1 YPBPR1_PB
C4783 100k
6.3V R4748
PB2 10u 10k
PB2 YPBPR2_PB 1 32
UHZ
SC_OHZ
STB5V SUB5V Q4704 R4753
L 2 P3.3V 31 DSC2001S0L 10k
L AV1_L D_SOS_RSV
G
C4772 3 30
TEST
0.1u SS_SOS8
PR1 R4742 16V
PR1 YPBPR1_PR 15 4 29
PANEL_SOS
TO 1/14 SOS SC_SOS7 SOS4_PS TO 10,11/14
PR2
TO 5/14 5 28
Q4702
PR2 DRVRST_PD4 TP5600
YPBPR2_PR D4703 D4704 SC_SOS6 DSC2001S0L
B0JCME000076 B0ACCJ000048 AG_FAN_SOS
6 STB1.2V 27
R STB3.3V P_SOS4
R AV1_R STB3.3V
G C4778 7 STB5V 26 R5663
6.3V STB5V_SW_ON 100k
10u
L1 8 STB3.3V 25
L1 YPBPR1_L DRVRST R4711
9 24 4.7k
AMP_MUTE AMUTE
L2
L2
YPBPR2_L
TO 6/14 STB_RST
MCU_XRST
TO 1,3,4/14
G MUTE 10 SP_MUTE 23 C4705
16V
CD
R4788 0.1u
11 MUTE_VCC 22
4.7k
HP_MUTE_TEMP EN_DCDC
TO 1/14 12 AUDIO_MUTE_IN 21
R1 MUTE SUB5V
R1 DTV5VIN
YPBPR1_R
13 DTB9V 20

S
R4789
DTV5VOUT
R2
R2 YPBPR2_R 14 MONITOR_MUTE 19
G DRV
15 FB 18
PGND
16 GND 17
FC

SIDE TERMINAL

JK2111
K4AK08B00005
SIDE TERMINAL
SHIELD

V
V AV2_V
V-G
L
L
L-G
AV2_L TO 5/14
R
R AV2_R
R-G
SHIELD

55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63

50
12.9. A-Board (8/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (8/14) HDMI

FOR HDMI1.4 ARC

SUB3.3V
R4552
56

R4551
150

C4546
10V Q4512
1u B1HFCFA00026
R4549
150

Q4513 R4550
150
B1ADCE000022

TO 1,7/14 SPDIF
R4548
22 R4554
1k

TO 1/14 ARC1_OFF

R4520 R4519
1k 1k
HPLUG_A HPLUG_B

R4565 R4507 R4566 R4504


10k 10k 10k 10k
DDC5V_A DDC5V_B DDC5V_C

*R4568
C4540 0
C4541 10V
10V 1u
1u
TO 1/14 TO 1/14
R4525 R4505 R4526 R4502
4.7k 47k L4504 4.7k 47k
L4511
J0JYC0000068
J0JYC0000068
SDA_DDC_B SDA_DDC_C TO 1/14
SDA_DDC_A
SCL_DDC_B SCL_DDC_C

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX
SCL_DDC_A L4505
EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

L4512 J0JYC0000068

D4503

D4507
J0JYC0000068
D4510

D4511

*R4569 *R4570
0 0
R4516 R4512
47k 47k
ACK_DDC_A ACK_DDC_B
Q4502 Q4501
JK4500 DSC2001S0L
JK4501 DSC2001S0L

K1FY119D0013 K1FY119D0013
HDMI IN 1 TP4520 TP4504
HDMI IN 2
TP4501 TP4502
TP4505
L4500
HPDT L4513 HPDT
19 J0JYC0000068 19 J0JYC0000068
+5V +5V
18 18
DDCG DDCG
17 17
SDA SDA
16 16
SCL SCL
15 R4553 10k C4547 15
10V L4508 L4502
N.C. N.C.
14 1u J0JYC0000068 14 J0JYC0000068 HDMI_CEC
CEC CEC
13 13
CLK- RXNC_A CLK- RXNC_B
12 12
CLKG CLKG
11 11
CLK+ RXPC_A CLK+ RXPC_B
10 10
D0- RXN0_A D0- RXN0_B
9 9
D0G D0G
8 8
D0+ RXP0_A D0+ RXP0_B
D1-
7
RXN1_A
TO 1/14 D1-
7
RXN1_B
TO 1/14
6 6
D1G D1G
5 5
D1+ RXP1_A D1+ RXP1_B
4 4
D2- RXN2_A D2- RXN2_B
3 3
D2G D2G
2 2
D2+ RXP2_A D2+ RXP2_B
1 1

TP4506

HDMI_CEC
TO 1/14

64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

51
12.10. A-Board (9/14) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TXN/A1LNUUS (9/14) TUNER

RF_V
VIDEO_OUT
SUB5V SUB5V

R8307
AG_RF_AFT 100 RF_AFT
L8306

ANALOG
J0JHC0000045
RF_AFT TO 1/14 R8335

P
R8341 TP8302
820
Q8308 RF_V R8330 R8334 R8337
B1ADCE000022 RF_V TO 5/14 2.2k Q8305 470 1k C8315
50V
R8302
B1ADCE000022 560 1000p
R8339 TU_SIF Q8306 SIFIN TO 1/14
!

0V
220 R8336 B1ADCE000022
C8312 R8332
22
SUB5V_TUNER 50V 22

L8302
TU8302 180p
R8331
4.7k R8333 C8313
16V
1.2k
J0JGC0000070 ENG36F12KF 0.1u
+

C8324
6.3V TUNER
220u

NC
1
R8404 BB
P 2
C8354
10V SUB5V
10u RF-AGC_Monitor
3

ANALOG
NC