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LCD panels Drive method No. of pixels HID Lamp Display

Multi Media Display

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SPECIFICATION
0.9" Po~ silicon TFT LCD Panel X 3 RGB shutter method, using Translucent TN crystal panels Active Matrix 4:3 Aspect Ratio panels, TFT (Thin Film Transistor) 921,600 (1,280 X 720) stripe pixels X 3 panels (16:9) 100 W HID (High Intensity Discharged) Lamp 50 inch, 16 : 9 aspect ratio

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SPECIFICATION
Broadcast Channels: VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69 CABLE Channels: Midband A through I (14-22) Superband J through W (23-36) Hyperband AA-EEE (37-64) Lowband A-5-A-l (95-99) Special CABLE channel5A (01) Uttraband 65-94,100-125 S-Video Input: Mini DIN 4-pin Video Input: RCA Pin Jack D-Sub mini 15-pin RGB Input: Component Video Input: 3 RCA Pin Jacks DVI input: DVll.0 (24 pin) Audio Input: M3 Stereo mini Pin Jack 2 RCA Pin Jacks (L-R) S-Video Output: Mini DIN 4-pin Video Output: RCA Pin Jack Audio Output: M3 Stereo mini Pin Jack 2 RCA Pin Jack (L-R) 2 Speakers 30W[15W+15W](10% THO) SD Card slot: SO Card, Multi Media Card PC Card slot: Compact Flash, Smart Media, Memory Stic, xD Picture Card AC 120V, 60 Hz Power ON: Approx. 220 W (When audio is at maximum) Power OFF: Approx. 0.4 W (When cooling fan is stopped) Temperature: 0 'C-40 'C (32 "F-l04 'F) Humidity: 20 %-80 % (non-condensing) 37.6 kg (82.9Ibs.) 1,416 mm x 897 mm x 389 mm (55-12/16 inch x 35-5/16 inch x 15-5/16 inch) This model uses lead free solder (PbF). Weight and dimensions shown are approximate. Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Tuner

TelevisionSystem EIA Standard (525 lines, 60 fields) NTSC Color Signal Video input 1 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Q terminated signal S-Video input signal Y (luminance signal): 1 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Q terminated C (chrominance signal): burst 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Q terminated

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Video signal: RGB Analog (0.7 Vp-p, 1.0 Vp-p with sync on green, 75 Q) RGB input signal Sync signal: HN separate, HN composite H-Frequency: 31.47 kHz-68.68 kHz (TTL Level) V-Frequency: 56.25 Hz-85.08 Hz (TTL Level) 1.0 Vp-p, with sync, 75 Q. Y: PB,PR: ±0.35 Vp-p, 75 Q YPBPR Signal: Component Video H-Frequency 15.73 kHz V-Frequency 29.97 480i input signal 480 p H-Frequency 31.47 kHz V-Frequency 59.94 H-Frequency 45.00 kHz V-Frequency 60.00 720 p V-Frequency 30.00 1080 i H-Frequency 33.75 kHz Audio input signal Audio out 0.5 Vrms 0.5 Vrms

Speaker Card Slot Power Source Hz Hz Hz Hz Power Consumption Operating Condition Weight Dimensions (WxHxD) Solder

Panasonid

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IPT-50LC13 I

it. 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.

CONTENTS
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1 SAFETY PRECAUSIONS 1.1. GENERAL 1.2. LEAKAGE 1.3. LEAKAGE .--... -------.... --------------... ----------------... -----··3 --------3 9.7. VOLTAGE CHART .... ---------- ........ ---------.----------------------OPERATION C.B.A.! NETWORK ----------

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GUIDELINES CURRENT CURRENT

10 CIRCUIT BOARD lAYOUT

COLD CHECK .----.. ---

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10.1. FRONT JACK C.B.A.! C.B.A. 10.2. AUDIO AMP C.B.A.! THERMISTOR

HOT CHECK .---.--- .. ---.---.--- .. --.. ---. 3

····················73 THERMISTOR 1 C.B.A.!

1.4. UV-PRECAUTION 2 PREVENTION

.-.. ----.. ----.. ----.. ----.. ----.. ----.. ---... ---... ---.. 3 DISCHARGE (ESD) TO

OF ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE

2 C.B.A. ! COVER SWITCH C.B.A. ·-----·74 ------- ...... ------- ...... -------------------------------------------------------------------------75

ELECTROSTATICAllY

(ES) DEVICES ..------------·-·4

10.3. TUNER C.B.A .. --11 EXPLODED VIEWS

3 ABOUT lEAD
4 SERVICE 5 DISASSEMBl

FREE SOLDER (PbF) .---.--- .. --.. ---.---.---.--- .. --.. ---. 5

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NOTES .-... ----... -----.. -----.. -----.. -----... ----... ----... ----... ----.. 6 Y/ASSEMBl Y PROCEDURES .---.. ---.--- .. ---.--- .. -. 21 ·------·21 --------. 44 REPAIR .-. 48 -----------.... ------. 55 --. 65

11.1. MAIN PARTS SECTION ..... ------------11.2. FRONT AND BASE SECTION ·----11.3. DISPLAY SECTION .-11.4. SCREEN SECTION .11.5. PROJECTION -----... -------... ---

5.1. CABINET 6 ADJUSTMENT

SECTION .... ·----------- .......... ----------PROCEDU RES ---------------lEVEL -----------

-----... -----... -----.. 79

----.. ----.. ----.. ----.. ----.. ----.. 80 ------------------- .... ·81 ---.. ---.. ----.. ---.. 82 SECTION ..----·83

7 TROUBLESHOOTING 8 BLOCK

HINTS FOR BLOCK ----------.... ----

SECTION ·----

DIAGRAMS .---..... ------DIAGRAMS ..-----

11.6. TV AND TUNER SECTION .-.. ----.. ---.. --11.7. PACKING PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 11.8. OPTIONAL 11.9. OPTIONAL 12 REPLACEMENT ACCESSORY ACCESSORY SECTION SECTION

9 SCHEMATIC
NOTES

9.1. SCHEMATIC

DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT -----------------------SCHEMATIC ····-------------·65 DIAGRAM ·-----------·66

(1) ·--·--·--·------·--·--·84 (2) ·--·--·--·------·--·--·85 ----------

9.2. INTERCONNECTION

PARTS LIST ..------.... -----.... ----NOTES ·-------------------REPLACEMENT

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9.3. FRONT JACK SCHEMATIC 9.4. NETWORK! OPERATION! THERMISTOR

DIAGRAM ..------.... -----.... ·--·67 1 ! THERMISTOR 2!

12.1. REPLACEMENT 12.2. MECHANICAL 12.3. OPTIONAL .---------

PARTS LlST'-'---'---'---'86 PARTS LIST

COVER SWITCH SCHEMATIC

ACCESSORY -------

REPLACEMENT

DIAGRAMS .-... -----.. -----... ----... ----... ----... ----... ----.. ·----···--·68 9.5. AUDIO AMP SCHEMATIC 9.6. TUNER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ·-.. ---.. ---.. ----.. ---.. -·69

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12.4. ELECTRICAL

REPLACEMENT

DIAGRAM .---.---.-- .. --.. --.---.---.---.-. 70

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IPT-SOLC13 I

1 SAFETY PRECAUSIONS
1.1. GENERAL GUIDELINES
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be attempted. 2. Disconnect AC Plug before disassembling this unit. 3. It is advisable to use an isolation transformer in the AC supply before servicing. 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, shield, and isolation R-C combinations etc. are properly installed. 6. After servicing, be sure to restore the wires, leads, insulation barriers, shields, etc. 7. After servicing, make the leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards. Caution: Use a separate Isolation Transformer for this unit when servicing.

not exceed 1/2 mA. In case a measurement is outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility of shock hazard, and the receiver should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer. Hot-Check Circuit AC VOLTMETER ~

0.15 JlF
TO APPLIANCES EXPOSED METAL PARTS

EARTH GROUND

1.5 kg. 10 W
Figure 1

1.4.

UV-PRECAUTION

1. Be sure to disconnect the AC Plug when replacing the lamp. 2. Since the lamp reaches a very high temperature during its operation, wait until it has completely cooled off when replacing the Lamp Unit. 3. The lamp emits small amounts of UV-Radiation. Avoid direct-eye contact by covering the Lamp and wearing the UV cut protective glass. 4. The high pressure lamp involves a risk of explosion.

1.2.

LEAKAGE CURRENT COLD CHECK

1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug. 2. For physically operated power switches, turn power on. Otherwise skip step 2. 3. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on the receiver, such as screwheads, connectors, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 1 MQ and 12 MQ. When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be infinity.

1.3.

LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK

Figure 2

1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use a isolation transformer for this check. 2. Connect a 1.5 kQ, 10 W resistor, in parallel with a 0.15 IlF capacitor, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a good earth ground, as shown in Figure 1. 3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1 knN or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor. 4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage 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 V RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks. Leakage current must 3 This product has a High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance: <http://www.eiae.org.>

4. place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil. obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.IPT-50LC13 I 2 PREVENTION OF ELECTROST ATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) TO ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. and observe all other safety precautions. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device. which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test. to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient to damage an ES device). aluminum foil or comparable conductive material). Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electro static discharge (ESD). Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. 4 . touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. 3. 7. drain off any ESD on your body by touching a known earth ground. 5. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor "chip" components. Some solder removal devices not classified as "antistatic (ESD protected)" can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices. 8. 1. 2. Use only an antistatic solder removal device. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices. Alternatively. 6.

When soldering or unsoldering. please be carefull not to heat too long. Typically the melting point is 50 of . • All products with the printed circuit board with PbF stamp or printing must be serviced with lead free solder.) Printed case 1 Printed case 2 CAUTION: • Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder.IPT-SOLC13 I 3 ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF) Distinction of PbF PCB: PCBs (manufactured) using lead free solder will have a PbF printing on the PCB.5 Ag3. completely remove all of the solder from the pins or solder area.70 of (30°C .5. (Please refer to figures. Recommendations Recommended lead free solder composition is Sn96. In case of using high temperature soldering iron. • Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100 °F/600 °e). 5 .0 CuO. and be sure to heat the soldering points with the lead free solder until it melts sufficiently.40°C) higher. Please use a soldering iron with temperature control and adjust it to 700 °F±20 of (370 °C± 10°C).

) POWERED L flashes orange once every S seconds flashes orange twice every S seconds TEMPLED LAMP LED OSD LAMP OFF 2) 0 0 flashes once every S seconds 3) Temperature Sensor shorted or open 0 0 flashes once every S seconds 4) Abnormal Temperature flashes twice every S seconds 5) Ballast Error (abnormal Lamp) 6) Ballast Error (abnormal Lamp voltage) Ballast Error (abnormal temperature) Ballast Error (other causes) Abnormal Voltage on 33 V line of Main C. then indicates the error when the vo~age becomes more than OV. IC6003(pin66) detects the Lamp Cover condition (open or close). then indicates the error when the vo~age becomes less than + 10V. Warning OSD appears when the air filter is clogged or accumulated Lamp operation time reaches 10. IC6302(pin2 and 3) detects open or short of the Temperature Sensor (R2821) on Thermistor 2 C.A.A.5 V line of Main C.IPT-50LC13 I 4 SERVICE NOTES LED INDICATIONS FOR ERROR CONDITION Each LED indication facilitates finding the cause of the error. Note: The Lamp time is stored in EEPROM (IC600S). then indicates the error when the vo~age becomes less than +2V.A. (The error is not detected for 1 minute after Lamp ON. then indicates the error when the vo~age becomes less than + 1V.B.B.B.A. Indicated during forced cooling. 2. IC6003(pin19) detects the error of the Lamp.BA.B.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 flashes twice every S seconds flashes 3 times every S seconds flashes 4 times every S seconds flashes once flashes once every S seconds every S seconds flashes twice flashes twice every S seconds every S seconds flashes 3 times flashes 3 times every S seconds every S seconds flashes 4 times flashes 4 times every S seconds every S seconds flashes S times flashes S times every S seconds every S seconds flashes 6 times flashes 6 times every S seconds every S seconds flashes 3 times every S seconds 8) 11rc (243"1') in Ballast C.A.A. is open.SV line voltage on Main C.B.) IC6003(pin6S) detects clogged air filter when the fi~er detection value exceeds the standard value.B.) IC6302(pin2 and 3) detects the temperature near the Lamp by the Temperature Sensor (R2821) on Thermistor 2 C. FAN2 or FAN3 is stopped.BA.B.. 6 .. IC6003(pin19) detects the error of Ballast C.BA. Abnormal Voltage on 6.A. flashts red flashes green for IC6003(pin19) detects the error of Ballast C. then indicates the error when the temperature exceeds SS·C (131"1'). the Thermal Fuse Unit is open or the Lamp is not cooled off.000 hours.B. then indicates the error when the thermal fuse (F1302) .A.B. then indicates the error when Temperature Sensor is open or shorted. LAMP OFF: The LED will flash immediately after the Lamp comes off.B. then indicates the error when an inner malfunction of Ballast C. then indicates the error when the FAN1. IC6302(pin63) detects +SV line voltage on Main C. ErrorInformation 1) Fan1. 3.B. flashes red flashes orange S times every S seconds flashes orange 6 times every S seconds flashes orange 7 times every S seconds flashes orange 8 times every S seconds flashes orange 9 times every S seconds flashes orange 10 times every S seconds . error when the Lamp is defective.A..A. I II ~ TEMP LED _d_ltPOWER LAMP LED I LED Note 3 ErrorNo. Fan2 or Fan3 stopped Lamp Cover open (Note 4) ERROR ESCRIPTION D IC6302(pin6) detects the stop of FAN1... The detected error data will not be stored in the EEPROM.B.A. the Lamp is cracked. (The error is not detected for 4 minutes after Lamp ON.B. the LED will alternate light up and/or flash patterns as shown above every 5 seconds. then indicates the error when the vo~age becomes less than +2V.. IC6302(pin7) detects +3. 140 seconds. then indicates the flashes green for 140 seconds. and Ballast C. 5. then indicates the error when the temperature exceeds 8S·C (18S·F). Abnormal Voltage on -5 V line of Main C..B.. Abnormal Voltage on 5V line of Main C.A. OSD (replacing the Lamp) appears on the screen. each LED on the front will light up or flash when the AC Cord is plugged in.3 V line of Main C. the Lamp voltage becomes more than 130V or flashes red less than 30V. When accumulated Lamp operation time reaches 10.. (The error is not detected for 1 minute after Lamp ON.000 hours.) IC6302(pin4 and S) detects the temperature near the FAN1 by the Temperature Sensor (R2811) on Thermistor 1 C. IC6302(pin64) detects +9V line voltage on Main C.. occurs.B. then indicates the error when an inner mafunction of Ballast C. the LED will flash as shown above. When an error is detected. then indicates the error when the Lamp Cover is open. then indicates the error when the vo~age becomes less than + 1.A. FAN2 or FAN3. Abnormal Voltage on 9V line of Main C. When two or more errors have occurred at the same time. IC6302(pin4 and S) detects open or short of the Temperature Sensor (R2811) on Thermistor 1 C. This data is cleared when the AC Cord is unplugged. (The error is not detected for 4 minutes after Lamp ON. IC6302(pin62) detects ·SV line voltage on Main C.3V line voltage on Main C. Temperature Sensor shorted or open 7) IC6003(pin19) detects the error of the Lamp.A. flashts red Clashes green for 140 seconds.A. 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) Abnormal Temperature flashes 4 times every S seconds 17) 18) Clogged air filter Request for Lamp Replacement Forced cooling flashes S times every S seconds lights up flashes red for 10 minutes flashes S times every S seconds - 0 Note: 1. 9) 10) IC6302(pin61) detects +33V line vo~age on Main C. Abnormal Voltage on 3. When any of the above errors has occurred.B.BA.BA.SV. IC6302(pin60) detects +6. Clashes green for 140 seconds..B.BA occurs. then indicates the error when Temperature Sensor is open or shorted.A. 4.A.IC6003 and IC6302 are mounted on the Main C.

A.BA Network C.BA Tuner C.A.B. TVITuner Unit 7 . Operation C.IPT-SOLC13 I MAIN PARTS LOCATION <Front View> Network C. Thermistor 2 C.B.B.BA Projection Unit Thermal Fuse Unit Thermistor 1 C.BA Fan 3 Main C.BA Audio AmpC.

A. rc 6003 V: V: IC6302 < Service Mode (213) > CH DOWN ke~ SE I PO PI PO I PO PI P2 U MODE PORT CH UP key VICE 6003 10001101 H :11010101 :00000000 :10000111 :10000111 :11010101 :11011001 :11100000 ----1111 sa '0 11001101 11001101 6302 -0-0-0-1 ---00111 00000111 11110011 P 4 :11010101 ..1 6005:1 : 1. Power ~ V LAMP OPERATION TOTAL CURRENT LAMP: O'D DISPLAY LON COUNT TIME 1234 ON a sa ON i. IC6302: Sub Microcontroller on the Main C..: 5009:1 6006:1 1. s 0 0 Oh < Service Mode (1/3) > CH DOWN ke~ UCH UP key rc 3501.B. PS PORT sa 001-1111 P 5 : -----000 . the following information can be confirmed on the screen: Service Mode (1/3) Total Lamp elapsed time Current Lamp elapsed time The number of Lamp ON (For reference only) Service Mode (2/3) Key detection check Communication check for IIC bus on the Main C. H PAl sa P4 P S : ----0111 < Service Mode (3/3) > 11 Exit: Power OFF CH DOWN key Fig..J1.BA Communication check for serial bus on the Main C.BA EEPROM IC6006 version and build version (Forreferenceonly) EEPROM IC6306 version and build version (Forreferenceonly) IC6003 software version and build version (Forreference nly) o IC6302 software version and build version (Forreference nly) o Service Mode (3/3) IC6003 Port information IC6302 Port information Note: IC6003: Main Microcontroller on the Main C.IPT-50LC13 I SERVICE MODE Service Mode Map In this mode. 3601. 5005. E: F: 030 03070 e 30 S0 0 0305000 030701. 360:::: 5504:1 7501:1 1.BA Enter: VOLUME DOWN button + TVIVIDEO key (on the front) (on the remote) (for more than 5 seconds in power off condition) . 1-1 8 .

1 7501.1 rC5302..1 5009.. 11010101 P 5. OSD and LED Lamp replacement indications will be displayed at the wrong time. < Service Mode (2/3) > CH DOWN ke~ SE VICE 6003 11001101 10001101 11001101 6302 001 PO R T . Be sure to make a note of the CURRENT (value A) in Service Mode (1/3): SERVICE LAMP TOTAL CUR SD LON MODE OPERATION RENT LAM DIS P LAY COUNT P: TIME 12345h 2 0 0 0 h ~Value A 0N (Changeable) 153 1/3 WHEN REINSTALLING THE MAIN C.1 3602. Set CURRENT LAMP value to original value as follows..1 Note: The TOTAL value can be set to the original value in Service Mode (1/3) by similar method: Before removing the Main C.1 MODE 3601.. 3 LAMP OPERATION TIME is stored in EEPROM on the Main C. at the user's location.1 030630 03070 0307010 6005. set the CURRENT LAMP value to the original value (value A) in Service Mode.BA orthe TV!Tuner Unit at the user's location. after installing the new Main C.1 rc6 r 003 B0 C6 3 0 2 v.00111 00000111 11110011 < Service Mode (3/3) > 11 Exit: Power OFF CH DOWN key 9 . Note: In case it is impossible to make a note of the CURRENT LAMP value because of a defective Main C.B. CAUTION: 1.B.11010101 P 3. Then.10000111 PS. Then.16006.. at the user's location.A.11010101 P 5. . 6501.1 E. 1) Select CURRENT LAMP in Service Mode (1/3).11100000 P B .B. V. calculate the CURRENT LAMP value as follows and make a note.000 P 6.11011001 P 7. after installing the new Main C. set the TOTAL value to the original value in Service Mode.. Otherwise. make a note of the CURRENT LAMP value (value A) in Service Mode (1/3)...B. ask the customer their daily average use and the approximate age of the current Lamp.IPT-SOLC13 I BEFORE REMOVING THE MAIN C.. 2) Press the VOLUME UP/DOWN key on the remote to change to the original value (value A) that was noted before removing the Main C.A. make a note of the TOTAL value in Service Mode (1/3). .A.B.. Service Mode Map Enter: VOLUME DOWN button + TVNIDEO key (on the front) (on the remote) (for more than 5 seconds in power off condition) ~ SERVICE MODE Power ON 1/3 12345h 2000 h ON ..B.A. .B.10000111 P 7. OR THE TV/TUNER UNIT FROM THE UNIT AT THE USER'S LOCATION Note: The TV!Tuner Unit includes the Main C.1 5504..A. Then. 2 <Service Mode (1/3» Fig. OR THE TV/TUNER UNIT INTO THE UNIT AT THE USER'S LOCATION CAUTION: 1. 9004.. SERVICE LAMP TOTAL MODE OPERATION RENT LAM DIS P LAY COUNT P: TIME 12345h 2 0 0 0 h ~Value A 0N (Changeable) 153 1/3 LAMP value o o CUR SD LON <Service Mode (1/3» Fig.0 111 PA.A.sa < Service Mode (1/3) > CH DOWN ke~ U CH UP key 2/3 Daily average use (hours) Approx.1 5005.A.1111 MODE PO R T U CH UP key 3/3 P6. or the TV!Tuner Unit at the user's location.B.00000000 P 4.A.1 5306. age (days) CURRENT LAMP (hours) SERVICE IC3501. Therefore.BA orthe TV!Tuner Unit at the user's location.1111 r PO P1 P2 r PO P1 P2 P3 P4 -0-0-0-1 . before removing the Main C.

(Normally. reinstall the Fan 3 Unit. the Top Duct 3 Unit and the 20-pin Cable into the new Projection Unit. the Top Duct 3 Unit and the 20-pin Cable into the new Projection Unit. If there is dust. CAUTION: Confirm that there is no dust on the Top Duct 3 Unit before installing. dust may adhere to the inside of the screen. The following ADJUSTMENT ofthe Projection Unit must be performed. Otherwise. ("WORK MODE" will appear on the screen. reinstall this Lamp into the new Projection Unit.) c. clean the Top Duct 3 Unit with a brush. Install all parts except the Front Cover Unit and the Optical Cover. a. When removing the Projection Unit. Electrical Picture Position Adjustment Preparation of ADJUSTMENT: 1. Focus Adjustment Note: Perform this adjustment only if necessary. 4-3 10 . When removing the Projection Unit.IPT-50LC13 I BEFORE REMOVING THE PROJECTION UNIT FROM THE UNIT AT THE USER'S LOCATION 1. Then. the Fan 3 Unit. Lamp WHEN REINSTALLING THE PROJECTION UNIT INTO THE UNIT AT THE USER'S LOCATION 1. it will not be necessary. 2. Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button on the unit and the RECALL key on the remote for more than 5 seconds in power on condition. the Top Duct 3 Unit and the 20-pin Cable from the Projection Unit and keep them. 2. The unit will go into Work Mode. Be sure to install the original Lamp. remove the Lamp from the Projection Unit and keep it. 3.) C-COR/GAM/W-BAL PUSH RECALL WORK 5SEC MODE <Work Mode> Fig. Mechanical Picture Position Adjustment b. 4-1 (With Front Cover Unit and Optical Cover removed) <Front View> Fig. etc. Clamper Fig. 4-2 2. Then. Turn the power on. remove the Fan 3 Unit.

) RGB1 OPT OPT HPOSI VPOSI PRO 07 00 TEC F P :0 0 0 0 0 0 G C : 0 3 0 630 <Factory Adjust Mode> (OTHER menu 1/1) Fig. (FACTORY ADJUST menu will appear."Gil \ "Hili \ ' \ long line "h" "Gil within 4 dots "HI! Note: Ifthe Projection Lens is twisted left. (The long line "g" and the long line "h" will be almost aligned horizontally. (Focus screen will appear. 3. the Focus Screen twists right. and press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button on the unit and the RECALL key on the remote for more than 5 seconds.) OTHER 1/ 1 <Front View> Fig.IPT·SOLC13 I 4. turn off the power. Then. press the CH UP/DOWN key on the remote to select "OTHER" on menu and press the ACTION key.) FACTORY M : 0 3 0 7 80S VIDEO SOUND FAN ADJ ADJUST :0 3 0 7 0 1 0 1/1 a. press the CH UP/ DOWN key on the remote to return to the OTHER menu. <Focus Screen> To release this mode: 1. 4-6 2) Adjust the Projection Lens by twisting so that the long line "g" and the long line "h" are within 4 dots. If the Projection Lens is twisted right. press RECALL key twice to return to Work Mode. After completing the ADJUSTMENT. 4-4 2) Then. install the Optical Cover with the 2 Screws and the Front Cover Unit. 3) Tighten the 4 Screws while fixing the Projection Lens. OTHER PARTIAL DEFAULT (SELF SET CHECK) <Factory Adjust mode> Fig.) I I . Then. 1) Then. Mechanical Picture Position Adjustment 1) Loosen the 4 Screws on the Projection Unit. Press the VOLUME UP/DOWN key on the remote. The unit will go into the Factory Adjust Mode. 2. the Focus Screen twists left. Alternatively. 11 . press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button on the unit and the MOVE key on the remote for more than 5 seconds. 4-5 5. (OTHER menu will appear.

" by pressing the VOLUME UP/DOWN key on the remote to change the value. 12 . "F". "J". "8". 7) Press the CH UP/DOWN key on the remote to return to the OTHER menu. "K". 4-7 3) Adjust the Knob by moving up or down so that each of the pixels in the nine portions is clearly visible to obtain the best focus. c. Note: Focus Adjustment is not normally necessary. "C" "0" "K" "G" "L" -. Electrical Picture Position Adjustment 1) Adjust OPT HPOSI so that "C" is symmetrical to "D. 4) Tighten the Knob. "H". adjust the "OPT HPOSI" and "OPT VPOSI" (repeat steps 1-6) until the picture is in the correct position. Perform this adjustment only if necessary.IPT-50LC13 I b. "E". 5) Confirm that all "A". "D". Focus Adjustment 1) Confirm that each of the pixels in the nine portions is clearly visible. "G".~~~-nrR-iff-----"'-m-. 4) Adjust OPT VPOSI so that "A" is symmetrical to "8" by pressing the VOLUME UP/DOWN key on the remote to change the value. "E" "I" "A" "F" "J" <Focus Screen> 2) If not. 3) Select OPT VPOSI by pressing CH UP/DOWN key on the remote. width "a" width "a" = width "b": width "b" - i __ I "8" - <Front View> Fig. "I".~~~.-----------------------i <Focus Screen> "8" "H" lIlY Y. "L" are each almost symmetrical. "C". 6) If not. loosen the Knob on the Projection Lens until the Knob can be moved.II width "c" I"" - ~ - IlIIJ width "c" = width "d" i : : width "d" "A" I I - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --. 2) Press the CH UP/DOWN key on the remote to return to the OTHER menu.

CLOGGED AIR FILTER DETECTION When a dirty or clogged air filter is detected. Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button on the unit and the ACTION key on the remote for more than 5 seconds while this LOCK menu is displayed. The LOCK menu will appear. Then. press the ACTION key. select SET UP. power shuts off automatically (the user's memory is reset). the OSD display appears for 1 minute. and clean the air filters gently on the Projection Unit. Turn on the power. 1.B. (included in the TV/Tuner Unit) If the secret code of V-chip is forgotten. Then. The SET UP menu will appear. • When moving the unit to a new location. Press the ACTION key on the remote to display the MENU screen. 2. When this OSD display appears. Select LOCK by pressing CH UP/DOWN key on the remote.A. When reset is finished. 3. 13 .IPT·SOLC13 I RESET USER'S MEMORY FUNCTIONS Be sure to reset the user's memory: • After replacing the Main C. 4. remove the Projection Unit from rear. And then the Lamp is turned OFF.

Cautions for Lamp Unit Replacement: Handle the removed old lamp unit carefully. pull the Lamp.52 appears for about 5 minutes and LAMP LED lights up.) 4. 5-3 6. Loosen the Screw on the Lamp. If handled improperly. prolonged use in excess of 24 hours. 3. unplug the AC Cord from the outlet. Note: After replacing the Lamp. Remove the Lamp Cover by loosening the Screw. [ Forced cooling function] If you need to replace the lamp more urgently: The Projection display has a forced cooling feature. and sometime during about the first minute ofthe normal cooling fan operation. and turn on the power by pressing the POWER button. Fig. 2. 5-2 2. Press the POWER button on the remote to turn off the power. and tighten the Screw. Please wait more than one hour before replacing the lamp. 8. 5. Remove the Front Cover Unit from the latches. which can cause the bulb to crack when it gets hot. These variations include the number of times and the duration the lamp is lit. follow the procedure below to turn off the power and wait until the lamp unit cools completely. Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button on the unit and the PIP key on the remote together for over 5 seconds in power on condition. After the cooling fan has stopped. When the reset is finished. the lamp may need to be replaced before the maximum 10. If replacing the lamp unit becomes necessary during the operation of the TV. If the Lamp time exceeds 10. use caution when handling. Fig. and tighten the Screw. Do not unplug the AC Cord from the outlet until the fan has stopped. 5-1 Note: 1. In situations where the use of this product is critical we recommend keeping a spare bulb on hand. Wear gloves when replacing the lamp unit. the display as shown in Fig. (LAMP LED will flash 5 times every 5 second and POWER LED will flash red for 10 minutes. Then. Install the new Lamp.000 hours. Natural oils from your skin can cause a "hot spot" to develop. Lamp Time Reset Procedure: Be sure to reset the Lamp time to "0" after replacing the Lamp. 14 . Plug in the AC Cord. Note: The lamp cooling fan will continue to operate for about 1 minute after the power is turned off. Wait for about 1 minute until the cooling fan stops. Note: Because the Lamp may still be hot. Avoid touching the glass portion of the bulb with your fingers. Install the Lamp Cover securely. the area should be carefully cleaned using isopropyl alcohol and a soft lint free cloth or cotton ball. Please allow the lamp to cool before handling or replacing the lamp unit. press the VOLUME UP button on the unit and CH UP key on the remote at the same time for more than 5 seconds. Note: Fig. After the POWER button is turned OFF. 9. 5-4 7. it may have a risk of explosion. 2. and any mechanical shock the bulb may accidentally experience. WARNING: The high-pressure lamp may explode if not properly handled. Install the Front Cover Unit. when turning on the power (Lamp ON). Fig.000 hour limit is reached. the display as shown in Fig. 1. Avoid interrupting the power by using circuit breakers orswitchable power strips. use caution to reset the Lamp time. In case the bulb is accidentally touched. The lamp is hot immediately after use. 51 appears and the LAMP LED goes out. The cooling fan will operate for about 10 minutes.IPT-50LC13 I REPLACEMENT OF LAMP Lamp Replacement Procedure: 1. Touching it directly may cause burns. Due to variation in the way each lamp is used.

If wiped too forcefully. If wiping with a clean. the surface of the Mirror can be damaged.IPT·SOLC13 I CLEANING METHOD THE SCREEN UNIT AND THE MIRROR ·THE SCREEN UNIT (Lenticular Screen. Remove the Projection Unitfrom rear. lens cleaner can be used. Then. dry cloth does not remove the dirt. acetone. Fig. soft. Wipe evenly so as not to leave any streaks. the Field Lens. Clean these optical components with cleaning paper moistened with lens cleaner if necessary. the Condenser Lens. the Relay Lens. the Dichroic Mirror. the Full Mirrors. 6-4 Fig. dry cloth. THE DICHROIC MIRROR. ·THE MIRROR Remove any dirt with a compressed air blower or wipe with a clean. etc. 6-1 THE LAMP Gently wipe the surface of the glass of the Lamp with cleaning paper or soft cloth. Fig. Dampen the cleaning paper with cleaner and gently wipe the surface of the lens from the center outward to remove dust. Wipe the surface of the Fresnel Lens with a clean. THE INTEGRATOR AND THE PIS CONVERTER Make sure that no dust gets on the optical components such as the Polarizer Unit. THE CONDENSER LENS. THE FULL MIRRORS. the Mirror must be replaced. THE RELAY LENS. Note: Do not use cleaning materials containing methyl alcohol. soft. dry cloth. 15 . 6-2 THE POLARIZER UNIT. clean the filters on the Projection Unit. dry cloth. THE FILTER ON THE PROJECTION UNIT CAUTION: Operating with torn or damaged Air Filter may cause damage to the Projection unit. soft. Fresnel Lens) The Lenticular Screen surface should be wiped gently with a clean. the Integrator and the PIS Converter. Gently remove any accumulated dust from filter with a vacuum cleaner. r Filter Air Filter <Bottom View> Fig. THE FIELD LENS. 6-3 THE PROJECTION LENS Use lens cleaning paper and cleaner available at your local camera shop. If the dirt cannot be removed by wiping with a dry cloth. or dichloromethane.

To distinguish. <Front View> LSDL0225 with white label:for 50 inch model LSDL0248 with Yellowishgreen label: for 60 inch model Fig. the POWER LED will flash red. Do not disconnect the AC Cord from the power outlet and do not open any circuit breakers while the cooling fan is still operating. DO NOT UNPLUG AC CORD DURING COOLING OPERATION The lamp cooling fan will continue to operate for approximately 1 minute after the power is turned off. 50 inch model as shown HOT CIRCUIT Primary circuit exists on the Audio Amp C.IPT-50LC13 I TO DISTINGUISH THE PROJECTION LENS UNIT OR THE PROJECTION UNIT The only difference between the 50 inch model and the 60 inch model of the Projection Unit is the Projection Lens. and in the Service Manual. see label on the Projection Lens. At the same time.BA.B. and the Power C. 16 .BA This circuit is identified as "HOT" on the C. Use extreme care to prevent accidental shock when servicing.B.A. the Ballast C.A. 7 Note: LSDL0225 and LSDL0248 are not the part numbers of the Projection Lens as a replacement part.

AC Cord GND Wire Fig. and clampers are placed in their original position. leads. Note: Use extreme care especially for the following. It is important for the best operation of the unit. make sure that all wires.IPT-SOLC13 I WIRE AND LEAD POSITION DIAGRAM OF THE UNIT After servicing. 9-1 17 .

It is important for the best operation of the unit.IPT-50LC13 I After servicing.) CI Clamper GND Wire Ballast C.BA Fig. Note: Use extreme care especially for the following. 9-2 18 . and clampers are placed in their original position. make sure that all wires.A.B. leads. P2303 (From Thermistor 1 C.

Note: Use extreme care especially for the following. No connection P4501 (b~om Power Clamper 20-pin Cable Fig. and clampers are placed in their original position.IPT-SOLC13 I After servicing. leads. It is important for the best operation of the unit. 9-3 19 . make sure that all wires.

Note: Use extreme care especially for the following.B.BA) Fig. 9-4 20 . It is important for the best operation of the unit.BA) P3401 (To Main C.B. P805 (To Ballast C. leads. Power C. and clampers are placed in their original position.) P2901 (To LCD Drive C.IPT-50LC13 I After servicing. make sure that all wires.BA) P4501 (To Audio Amp C.A.A.

(LCD/PRISM UNIT. ensure that the connectors are connected and electrical components have not been damaged.A.B. When reinstalling. When reassembling.B.A.A. Place a cloth or some other soft material under the P.A. FROM THE TV/TUNER UNIT REMOVAL OF THE SCREEN UNIT AND THE SPEAKER FROM THE DISPLAY REMOVAL OF THE MIRROR FROM THE BACK COVER REMOVAL OF THE FRONT JACK C. Do not supply power to the unit during disassembly and reassembly.B. AND THE OPERATION C.B. LIGHT IN POLARIZER. 21 .B..A.B.A..B.B. I THERMISTOR 1 C.B. REAR COVER FRONT COVER UNIT SPEAKER I LAMPtOVER OPTICA~ I COVER NETWO RKC. route and dress the wires as they were originally.A.A. ETC) COVER SWITCH C.A. c.B.A.B.. AND THE TVITUNER UNIT FROM THE CABINET REMOVAL OF THE PROJECTION UNIT FROM THE CABINET REMOVAL OF THE TUNER C.IPT-SOLC13 I 5 DISASSEMBL V/ASSEMBL V PROCEDURES 5. Bend.A.A.B. THE REAR JACK C.B. perform the step (s) in the reverse order.B.A.B.A.B. I THERMISTOR 2 C. I Note: a.A. FAN j SCREEN UNrr MIRROR OPERAT IONC. Boards or Unit to prevent damage..B.1.A. FROM THE CABINET REMOVAL OF THE COVER SWITCH C.C. II I I I UNIT IPROJECTION UNIT I I BALLAST C.A.B. UNIT TUNEj I C.B.C. b. I IREAR JACK C. THE POWER C.B. FROM THE CABINET DISASSEMBLY FLOWCHART This flow chart indicates the disassembly steps of the cabinet parts and the P. I TVITUNER i I AUDIO AMP C. THE MAIN C. I THERMAL ~USE UNIT :TOP DU6T 3 UNIT c ____ BACK PANEL (DISPLAY) I FRONT JA CKC.A MAINC.A.A.B. THE AUDIO AMP C.A. CABINET SECTION CABINET SECTION DISASSEMBLY METHOD OF CABINET SECTION Cabinet section contains following removal procedures: REMOVAL OF THE BALLAST C.I I ············································1 POWER C.Boards in order to gain access to item (s) to be serviced.

AND THE TVITUNER UNIT FROM THE CABINET Fig. D1-1 2. Rear Support Plate 401 Fig. 452).A.IPT-50LC13 I REMOVAL OF THE BALLAST C. Remove the Rear Support Plate by removing the 4 Screws (401.B. D1-2 22 .

: These parts will be necessary when replacing the Ballast C.A.A. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Remove the 5 Screws (402) and remove Clamper-1. . Note: Do not remove the Thermal Fuse Unit. Ballast C.B.B.B. and keep and re-use.A. disconnect Connector P1306 (Thermal Fuse Unit) inside of the Ballast C.B..A. /Clamper-1 Fig.BA • The Clamper on Ballast C.BA Remove the Clamper from the Ballast C. 01-3 Replacement Note of Ballast C. . Disconnect the Lamp Connector while releasing it from Clamper-2.IPT-SOLC13 I 3.B. Avoiding the Ballast C.A. • The Thermal Fuse Unit 23 Set aside. Remove the 2 Screws (451) on the Lamp Socket.

Fig. 1. "_TV!Tuner Clamper P4503 Clampers 401 Ass'y Lift up and slide the TV/Tuner Ass'y by approx. 1. P5501. 1) 2) 3) 4) Disconnect Connectors P3502. Remove the Screw (452) on the GND Wire. P4503. 0 Rear <Bottom View of TV /Tuner Ass'y> Fig. 01-4 TV!Tuner Ass'y Guide Tabs (X5) CAUTION: Lift up and slide the TV/Tuner Ass'y by approx. Lift up and slide the TV/Tuner Ass'y slightly by releasing the 7 Guide Tabs. P6305 and release them from the clampers. CAUTION: Do not slide the TV/Tuner Ass'y too much or the 20-pin Cable may be damaged.2 inch (3 em). 01-5 V 24 .2 inch (3 cm) to remove the 20-pin Cable. Forced sliding will cause 20-pin Cable to be damaged. Remove the Screw (401) on the TV/Tuner Ass'y.IPT-50LC13 I 4.

1) Disconnect Connector P2901 and release them from the clamper. Fig. 2) Disconnect Connector P5302 (20-pin Cable) and release it from the clam per.IPT-SOLC13 I 5. 01-6 25 . CAUTION: Take extreme care not to damage the 20-pin Cable when disconnecting.

SO Door Unit TV/Tuner Unit Fig. install the SD Door Unit with the 2 Locking Tabs from the front of the cabinet after installing the TV/Tuner Unit into the cabinet. • The GND Plate A • The SD Door Unit 26 . D1-7-1 Reassembly Note: When installing the SD Door Unit.A. and keep and re-use. 3) Remove the SD Door Unit from the TV/Tuner Unit by releasing the 2 Locking Tabs. D1-7-2 Replacement Note of TVlTuner Unit: These parts will be necessary when replacing the TV/Tuner Unit. <Front View> Fig. 2) Remove the GND Plate A from the TV/Tuner Unit by removing the Screw (452).B. while taking care with the cables. Set aside. 1) Pull off the TV/Tuner Ass'y with the Ballast C.IPT-50LC13 I 6.

B. 01-8 27 . Ballast C.IPT-SOLC13 I 7.A.A. P1001 and release them from the clampers. remove the Ballast C. 2) Then.B. P805. Fig. 1) Disconnect Connectors P6002.

B. remove the Fan 3 Unit from the Projection Unit at first.BA and the TV/Tuner Unit. e Slide out the Projection @) Lift up the rear portion. Tips on removal of the Projection Unit: First." 2. Then. Then. Unit. 8 Lift up the front portion. 2) Remove the 7 Screws (401) on the Projection Unit. 1) Disconnect Connector P2306. 1. slide the Projection Unitto the rear (approx. Then.5 inch (4 cm)).IPT-50LC13 I REMOVAL OF THE PROJECTION UNIT FROM THE CABINET 1. slide out the Projection Unit. lift up the front and the rear portions of the Projection Unit by both hand to release the Guide Tabs. hook the P2306 cable to the pin. 02-3. Remove the Ballast C. P2306 Cable Tips on removal of the Projection Unit 4e Slide + 0 + Up @) Up + 8 Unit o Lift up and slide the Projection <Side View> < Fig. AND THE TV/ TUNER UNIT FROM THE CABINET. 3) Lift up and slide the Projection Unit by releasing the 5 Guide Tabs. 1.5 inch (4 cm). CAUTION: Disconnect Connector P2306 and hook it as follows.A. Refer to Fig. 28 . Or. 02-1 by approx. Refer to Steps 1-6 in "REMOVAL OF THE BALLAST C.

IPT-SOLC13 I / Guide Tabs (X5) ® V <Bottom View of Projection Unit> Rear Projection Unit Fig. Then. confirm that the P2306 cable is hooked to the pin. 29 . D2-2 Reassembly Note: Before installing the Projection Unit. install the Projection Unit to the cabinet.

a. 1) Disconnect Connector P2501 (20-pin Cable). clean the Top Duct 3 Unit with a brush. 2) Disconnect Connector P2904. the 20-pin Cable into the new Projection Unit as the replacement. and keep and re-use. the Top Duct 3 Unit. D2-3 Replacement Note of Projection Unit: These parts will be necessary when replacing the Projection Unit. and release it from the clam per. Set aside. Electrical Picture Position Adjustment Refer to "WHEN REINSTALLING THE PROJECTION UNIT INTO THE UNIT AT THE USER'S LOCATION" in SERVICE NOTES. it will not be necessary. 30 . Mechanical Picture Position Adjustment b. The following ADJUSTMENT of the Projection Unit must be performed.) c. Screw for lamp Lamp Clamper Top Duct 3 Unit 20-pin Cable Fig.IPT-50LC13 I 3. and remove the Fan 3 Unit by removing the 2 Screw (402). 3) Remove the Top Duct 3 Unit by removing the 4 Screws (421) and release it from the clam per. dust may adhere to the inside of the screen. Be sure to install the original Lamp. Fan 3 Unit • Top Duct 3 Unit • 20-pin Cable CAUTION: When replacing the Projection Unit. 2. (Normally. Focus Adjustment Note: Perform this adjustment only if necessary. Therefore. 1. the Fan 3 Unit. etc. 4) Remove the Lamp from the Projection Unit by loosening the Screw. If there is dust. Otherwise. plastic dust may be produced. confirm that there is no dust on the Top Duct 3 Unit. CAUTION: When removing the Screws (421) on the Top Duct 3 Unit.

B.B.BA TUNER UNIT FROM THE CABINET. Be sure to make a note of the CURRENT LAMP value (value A) in Service Mode (113): LAMP OPERATION TIME is stored in EEPROM on the Main C.B.B.A." 2.B. THE REAR JACK C. or the TV!Tuner Unit at the user's location.A. THE AUDIO AMP C. FROM THE TV/TUNER UNIT CAUTION: 1. setthe CURRENT LAMP value to the original value (value A) in Service Mode.A. 2) Remove the Tuner C. orthe TV/Tuner Unit atthe user's location. after installing the new Main C. I Daily average use] X (hours) I I Approx.A. 03-1 31 P3501 /-/- ~---------______. OSD and LED Lamp replacement indications will be displayed at the wrong time. Note: In case it is impossible to make a note of the CURRENT LAMP value because of a defective Main C. Then.. 1) Disconnect Connectors P6003.A.B.A. AND THE TV/ J /~ <... B./~ . P3501 and release from the clampers.A. THE POWER C. Remove the TV/Tuner Unit and the Ballast C.B. age (days) I-ICURRENT - (hours) LAMP I 1.B. Therefore.A.B. make a note of the CURRENT LAMP value (value A) in Service Mode (1/3). Refer to Steps 1-7 in "REMOVAL OF THE BALLAST C. Clampers Fig. THE MAIN C.A.B. ask the customer their daily average use and the approximate age of the current Lamp.A. and the Tuner Shield Plate by removing the 4 Screws (402). calculate the CURRENT LAMP value as follows and make a note.IPT-SOLC13 I REMOVAL OF THE TUNER C. Otherwise. before removing the Main C..A.. Then.

1) 2) 3) 4) Disconnect Connector P3401 and release from the clam per. Remove the Rear Jack Holder by removing the 3 Screws (402).B. Tuner P. 03-2 32 . Release the AC Cord from the slot of the Rear Jack Holder.IPT-50LC13 I 3. Remove the Tuner P. Frame by removing the 6 Screws (402).C.B. Frame Rear Jack Holder AC Cord Slot Fig.C.

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4. Remove the Main C.B.A. by removing the 6 Screws (402) and disconnecting Connector P3403 and P3404.

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5. 1) Disconnect Connector P3603 and release from the clam per. 2) Remove the Rear Jack C.B.A. and the GND Plate C from the slots by removing the 2 Screws (402).

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Fig. 03-4 6. 1) Disconnect Connector P4501 and release from the clam per. 2) Remove the Audio Amp C.B.A. by removing the 4 Screws (402). Note: The Audio Amp C.B.A. can be removed from the TV/Tuner Unit at any time.

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7. 1) 2) 3) 4)

Disconnect Connector P1006 and release from the clam per. Remove the Main P.C.B. Frame by removing the 6 Screws (402), and remove the Fan 4 by removing the 2 Screws (435). Remove the Power C.B.A. by removing the 5 Screws (411). Disconnect Connector P804 (AC Cord) and release from the clam per.

Fan 4 Main P.C.B. Frame

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Air Flow

Name Plate

Power C.B.A.

AC Cord

Fig. 03-6 Reassembly Note for Fan 4: Install the Fan 4 with the 2 Screws (435) so that the name plate (manufacture's name etc.) face out (visible from the outside).

Note: ----------------, After servicing the Power C.B.A., be sure to connect the Connector P1006 on the Power C.B.A. to install the Fan 4.

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Note: Alternative method to access the Power C.B.A. in the TVlTuner Unit 1) Remove the Rear Jack Holder by removing the 3 Screws (402) from the TV/Tuner Unit. 2) Remove the 2 Screws (402) on the Rear Jack C.B.A. 3) Disconnect Connectors P3401, P1006 and release from the clampers. 4) Remove the 6 Screws (402) on the Main P.C.B. Frame and remove it.

Main P.C.B.

Power C.B.A. P1006
Fig. 03-7 Note: -----------------, After servicing the Power C.B.A., be sure to connect the Connector P1006 on the Power C.B.A. to install the Fan 4.

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REMOVAL OF THE SCREEN UNIT AND THE SPEAKER FROM THE DISPLAY
1. 1) Remove the Front Cover Unit from the 8 latches. 2) Remove the Optical Cover by removing the 2 Screws (454). 3) Remove the 2 Screws (401) from front side.

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IPT-50LC13 I 3. 04-3 38 . 2) Remove the 2 Screws (401) from rear side. 1) Disconnect Connector P4503 (speaker cables) and release it from the ciamper. and remove the Display. Display P4503 Clam per Fig.

2) Remove the Screen Unit by removing the 16 Screws (401). 1) Remove the Speaker-L and the Speaker-R by removing the 6 Screws (450) and 6 Washers (453). D4-4 450 39 . and disconnect the connectors P4553. Screen Unit Speaker L 453 Fig.IPT-SOLC13 I 4.

/ ./ . take care that dust. Label of Lenticular Screen Reassembly Note: Install them so that Serial No. lt Screen Unl r' -: "'y_/ -: . /' ~ Screen ' Plate H 1 Escutcheon Screen Plate V Serial No. When replacing the Fresnel Lens and the Lenticular Screen. Replacement Note for Screen Unit: The Screen Unit is supplied as a unit. ~----------------------------. Remove the 2 Screen Plate Hand 2 Screen Plate V by removing 30 Screws (401). 04-5 40 Serial No. and remove the Fresnel Lens and the Lenticular Screen. etc.IPT-50LC13 I 5. it is strongly recommended to replace the Screen Unit as a unit. /' / l '~~-=-~-=-~=---=~-=-~-=-~=---/' Fig. Lenticular Screen) in the Screen Unit are also supplied. Due to this risk. Label of Fresnel Lens /. Label Front~ ../ Serial No. does not adhere between the Fresnel Lens and the Lenticular Screen. . Labels are on the each outside as shown above. orthe individual parts (Fresnel Lens.

D4-6 Reassembly Notes for Mirror: Install the Mirror as following procedures: 1) Place the 3 sheets on the top and bottom edges of the Mirror. and insert the Mirror from the top into the Back Cover slots carefully. 41 . Fig. Note: Be careful that the Mirror does not fall down when removing.IPT-SOLC13 I REMOVAL OF THE MIRROR FROM THE BACK COVER 1. D4-7 2) Hold the sheet portions of the Mirror. Refer to Steps 1-4 in "REMOVAL OF THE SCREEN UNIT AND THE SPEAKER FROM THE DISPLAY. 50 mm -70 mm Sheet Sheet Mirror surface Fig. Remove the Screen Unit. When handling the Mirror. 2) Remove the Mirror from the top by releasing the Back Cover slots." 2. do not touch the Mirror surface. 3) Install the 2 Mirror Holder H and the 2 Mirror Holder V on the Mirror and tighten the 12 Screws (401). 1) Remove the 2 Mirror Holder H and the 2 Mirror Holder V Unit by removing the 12 Screws (401).

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Remove the Rear Cover by removing the 18 Screws. Remove the Front Jack C. 1) 2) 2. Slide the Front Side Cover R with the Operation C.A. Operation Button Unit Front Cover Unit Fig. Disconnect Connector P6305 and release it from the clamper.B.B. FROM THE CABINET 1. Pull off the Front Jack C. Remove the 2 Screw (401).A. Remove the Operation C. Pull off the Operation C.BA and the Front Jack Grounding Plate from the Side Jack Holder by removing the 2 Screws (421) and releasing the 2 Locking Tabs. Remove the Front Cover Unit from the 8 latches.B. 1) 2) 3) 4) <Rear View> Disconnect Connectors P3502.A. and the Operation Button Unit from the Front Side Cover R by removing the 4 Screws (421).BA from front side. AND THE OPERATION C. P5501 and release them from the clampers.A. from front side. 05-1 3.IPT-50LC13 I REMOVAL OF THE FRONT JACK C.B.B. 05-2 Clampers <Rear View> 42 . Remove the Screw (454).A. as indicated by the arrow to release the 4 slots. Front Jack Grounding Plate m~rm"4----=-Locking Tabs Side Jack Holder Fig.

by removing the 2 Screws (401). remove the Display Support Plate L with the Cover Switch C.A. the Screw (401) from the front side. FROM THE CABINET 1.A.B. 06-1 4) To remove the Cover Switch C. Remove the 2. Fig.A.B.B.B. by removing the Screw (402).IPT-SOLC13 I REMOVAL OF THE COVER SWITCH C. ~ Cover Switch C.A. 06-2 Reassembly Note: When installing the Display Support Plate L with the Cover Switch C. install it with the Lamp Cover removed.B. 1) Remove 2) Remove 3) Remove Projection Unit.B... Optical Cover Front Cover Unit Fig." the Front Cover Unit from the 8 latches.A. the Optical Cover by removing the 2 Screws (454).A. 43 . 5) Remove the Cover Switch C. Refer to Steps 1-2 in "REMOVAL OF THE PROJECTION UNIT FROM THE CABINET.

A. (VR Adjustment) Adjustment Section Separation Adjustment (VR Adjustment) Note: 0 0 Fig.is included in TVlTuner Unit A Tuner1 (MainTuner) IC7501 (MTS/SAP Signal Process) ~ Main Tuner Video Level Adjustment Tuner C.A. Adjustment Separation Adjustment Section (VR Adjustment) RF (TV) RF (TV) MTSSignal (OnlyL CH. E1-1 0 0 :Adjustment Item Section Adjustment Item Main TunerVideo Level Adjustment (VR Adjustment) Necessary Equipment ·NTSCVideo Pattern Generator -Oscllloscope .PlasticTip Driver ·MTS/SAP Signal Generator -Oscllloscope .B. Make sure to perform these adjustments shown below as necessary.B.A. E1-2 Input 75% Color Bar Signal Tuner C.PlasticTip Driver Fig.30%Modulating) 44 . Tuner C.B.IPT-50LC13 I 6 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES INITIAL GUIDELINE The table below shows which adjustments are necessary according to the unit parts and individual parts to be replaced.300Hz.

1:1 2.2 V ± 0./ 100 % White 75 % Color Bar Signal (Standard) Fig. ~ ~ -: V .)) HOW TO READ THE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES TP3602 TP3603 R3662 (Video input Connector) NTSC Color Bar Signal SPECIFICATION A=0. the following equipment is required. E2-1 CH1 CH2 1 IC H1: ITP3 ~031 I[Y f [1:YJ @ 1 -- .06 V DC EQUIPMENT Oscilloscope. E2-2 75 % White -.S. E3-3 45 . NTSC Video Pattern Generator Fig. Plastic Tip Driver and Non-Metal Driver 4. MTS/SAP Signal Generator (TV Multi-Channel Sound Modulator (U. 1.IPT-SOLCI3 I TEST EQUIPMENT To do all of these electrical adjustments. Dual-Trace Oscilloscope Voltage Range: 0. '" IC~2: 10 P3 021 sl1111 - (j) Connecting Point @ Volts/DIV (CH2) @TimelDIV CD® @@ ® ® VoltslDIV (CH1) @ Connecting Point @ Trigger Channel of the Scope 1: CH1 2: CH2 f f Fig. Frequency Range: DC to 50 MHz Probes: 10:1.A. NTSC Video Pattern Generator 3.001 V to 50 V/Div.

Set to TV mode by pressing TVNlDEO key on the remote. E4 I 1 ms 46 . R7011: Tuner C. SEPARATION ADJUSTMENT (VR ADJUSTMENT) Purpose: To separate the Land R Channels of Stereo Signal. . 2. R7011 INPUT (RF Input Terminal) 75 % Color Bar Signal (Standard) EQUIPMENT Oscilloscope NTSC Video Pattern Generator Plastic Tip Driver SPECIFICATION 1. 3. TP TP7001 ADJ.A.A.. Then. 5.A.05V[p-p].A. Adjust R7514 (SEPARATION) on the Tuner C. Adjust R7011 (MAIN TUNER VIDEO LEVEL) on the Tuner C.B."""". Symptom of Misadjustment: The Land R Channels of Stereo Signal will not be separated properly resultin in no stereophonic effect.-----~ / \ -r --r Minimum ----- -ri. Supply Color Bar Signal.BA 1. R7514 INPUT (RF Input Terminal) MTS (ONLY L CH) 300 Hz±5 Hz 30 % Modulating SPECIFICATION Symptom of Misadjustment: The picture will be too light or too dark. Connect the NTSC Video Pattern Generator to the RF Input Terminal. so that the signal level A becomes 1. R7514: Tuner C. I I I. MTS (ONLY L CH) 300 Hz ± 5 Hz 30 % Modulating 2.0V[p-p]±0.I r: r\ .B.A. 4. Set to TV mode by pressing TVNIDEO key on the remote and then set to STEREO audio mode by pressing SAP key on the remote. Fig.05V[p-p] EQUIPMENT Oscilloscope MTS/SAP Signal Generator Plastic Tip Driver Refer to Description below Note: TP7001. Connect the Oscilloscope to TP7501 on the Tuner C.B. E3 \. 1. J I( r: TP7501 (R CH) 20mV Fig..IPT-50LC13 I MAIN TUNER VIDEO LEVEL ADJUSTMENT (VR ADJUSTMENT) Purpose: To set the optimum signal level.B. 4.B.0V[pp]±0. Note: TP7501... so that the signal level is minimum.J. Connect the MTS/SAP Signal Generator to the RF Input Terminal.. set the MTS/SAP Signal Generator as follows..\~. Connect the Oscilloscope to TP7001 on the Tuner C. 3. TP TP7501 ADJ.

I SEPARATION I R7514 TP7001 R7011 II MAIN TUNER II VIDEO LEVEL •. Test Point with a Hook. Point with no Test Pin. o Test D 47 .B.A.B.. .C.IPT-SOLC13 I TEST POINTS AND CONTROL LOCATION Tuner C. CD Test Point with a jumper wire across a hole in the P. I I CD TP7501 (Component Side) Test Point Information • Test Point with a Test Pin. .

B. Fan 4 Rear Jack C.BA Operation C.IPT-50LC13 I 7 TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS FOR BLOCK LEVEL REPAIR MAIN PARTS LOCATION <Front View> Network C.B.BA TVlTuner Unit 48 .BA Thermistor 2 C.BA Fan 3 Main C. Projection Unit Thermal Fuse Unit Thermistor 1 C.BA Audio Amp C.A.BA Network C.

occurs. Indicated during forced cooling. then indicates the error when an inner malfunction of Ballast C. When accumulated Lamp operation time reaches 10.A. Abnormal Voltage on 9V line of MainC.BA is open. 1) 2) 3) (Note 4) LAMP OFF Error Information Fan1.A.BA. Temperature Sensor shorted or open IC6003(pinI9) detects the error of the Lamp.B.B.000 hours..B. and Ballast C.5 V line of MainC. 16) Abnormal Temperature flashes 4 times every 5 seconds 17) 18) Clogged air filter flashes 5 times every 5 seconds lights up flashes red for 10 minutes flashes 5 times every 5 seconds Request for Lamp Replacement Forced cooling - 0 Note: 1. Clashes green fOr) 140 seconds.A..) IC6003(pin65) detects clogged air filter when the filter detection value exceeds the standard value. Note: The Lamp time is stored in EEPROM (IC6005).. Warning OSD appears when the air filter is clogged or accumulated Lamp operation time reaches 10. then indicates the error when the voltage becomes less than +2V.) POWER LED flashes orange once every 5 seconds flashes orange twice every 5 seconds TEMPLED LAMP LED OSD 0 0 flashes once every 5 seconds Temperature Sensor shorted or open 0 0 flashes once every 5 seconds 4) Abnormal Temperature flashes twice every 5 seconds 5) Ballast Error (abnormal Lamp) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) Ballast Error (abnormal Lamp voltage) Ballast Error (abnormal temperature) Ballast Error (other causes) Abnormal Voltage on 33 V line of MainC. IC6302(pin63) detects +5V line voltage on Main C. then indicates the error when the temperature exceeds 85°C (185°F).BA occurs.B. then indicates the error when the voltage becomes more than OV.B. When an error is detected.B. the LED will flash as shown above. then indicates the error when Temperature Sensor is open or shorted. FAN2 or FAN3. IC6302(pin61) detects +33V line voltage on Main C. flash!S red flashes orange 5 times every 5 seconds flashes orange 6 times every 5 seconds flashes orange 7 times every 5 seconds flashes orange 8 times every 5 seconds flashes orange 9 times every 5 seconds flashes orange 10 times every 5 seconds flashes once every 5 seconds flashes twice every 5 seconds flashes 3 times every 5 seconds flashes 4 times every 5 seconds flashes 5 times every 5 seconds flashes 6 times every 5 seconds flashes 3 times every 5 seconds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 flashes twice every 5 seconds flashes 3 times every 5 seconds flashes 4 times every 5 seconds flashes once every 5 seconds flashes twice every 5 seconds flashes 3 times every 5 seconds flashes 4 times every 5 seconds flashes 5 times every 5 seconds flashes 6 times every 5 seconds nrc IC6003(pinI9) detects the error of Ballast C. then indicates the error when Temperature Sensor is open or shorted. Note 3 Error No. Fan2 or Fan3 stopped Lamp Cover open ERROR DESCRIPTION IC6302(pin6) detects the stop of FAN1. (The error is not detected for 4 minutes after Lamp ON.. The detected error data will not be stored in the EEPROM.A..3 V line of MainC. 3.A.B. the LED will alternate light up and/or flash patterns as shown above every 5 seconds. IC6003(pin66) detects the Lamp Cover condition (open or close). IC6302(pin60) detects +6.A. IC6302(pin64) detects +9V line voltage on Main C.) IC6302(pin2 and 3) detects the temperature near the Lamp by the Temperature Sensor (R2821) on Thermistor 2 C.B. then indicates the error when the Lamp Cover is open. then indicates the error when an inner malfunction of Ballast C..5V.5V line voltage on Main C. then indicates the error when the thermal fuse (FI302) (243"F) in Ballast C. IC6302(pin62) detects -5V line voltage on Main C.A. then indicates the flashes green for 140 seconds. LAMP OFF: The LED will flash immediately after the Lamp comes off.A.3V line voltage on Main C.B.B.) IC6302(pin4 and 5) detects the temperature near the FANI by the Temperature Sensor (R2811) on Thermistor 1 C..B. then indicates the error when the temperature exceeds 55°C (131°F).A.. then indicates the error when the FAN1. then indicates the error when the voltage becomes less than +2V.. (The error is not detected for 1 minute after Lamp ON.. IC6302(pin2 and 3) detects open or short of the Temperature Sensor (R2821) on Thermistor 2 C.IPT-SOLC13 I ERROR INDICATION INFORMATION Each LED indication facilitates finding the cause of the error.A. IC6003(pinI9) detects the error of Ballast C. the Lamp is cracked. This data is cleared when the AC Cord is unplugged.. IC6302(pin4 and 5) detects open or short of the Temperature Sensor (R2811) on Thermistor 1 C.B. OSD (replacing the Lamp) appears on the screen. each LED on the front will light up or flash when the AC Cord is plugged in.A.000 hours. flash!S red Clashes green fOr) 140 seconds. IC6302(pin7) detects +3. 5.A. then indicates the error when the voltage becomes less than + 1OV. (The error is not detected for 1 minute after Lamp ON.A. Abnormal Voltage on 3.A.B.B.B. the Thermal Fuse Unit is open or the Lamp is not cooled off. then indicates the error when the voltage becomes less than + 1V..A.A.B. then indicates the error when the voltage becomes less than + 1.BA 49 . IC6003(pinI9) detects the error of the Lamp. 2.A. FAN2 or FAN3 is stopped. error when the Lamp is defective.B. 4.B. Abnormal Voltage on 6.IC6003 and IC6302 are mounted on the Main C.B. Abnormal Voltage on5Vlineof MainC.A.When any of the above errors has occurred. When two or more errors have occurred at the same time. (The error is not detected for 4 minutes after Lamp ON. flash!s red Clashes green fOr) 140 seconds. the Lamp voltage becomes more than 130V or flash!s red less than 30V.A. Abnormal Voltage on -5 V line of MainC.

Lamp does not light up. The temperature sensor (R2821) on the Thermistor C. replace the Projection Unit.B. and check if the resistance between pinl and pin2 of P2811 on the Thermistor 1 C. is defective.A.A.B. Tighten the screw of the Lamp Cover. Clogged air filter. The Ballast C. 4) Lamp turns off.A. Confirm that the Thermal Fuse Unit (115'C(239'F)) House is not open.lf NG. Replace the Main C.B. 16) Lamp turns off.B.B.B. replace the Projection Unit. on the Lamp 6) 7) 8) 9) Lamp does not light up. Mis-installed the Lamp Cover. Replace the Main C. 5. Thermal fuse on the Ballast C. Accumulated operation time of the Lamp reaches 10. 2. error. Replace 4. The temperature sensor (R2811) on the Thermistor C.B.B.B. is defective. Replace the Lamp. Problem Cooling Fan (Fanl. Replace the the the the Power C. replace the Temperature Sensor (R2811) on the Thermistor 1 C. is 5kQ-200kQ. Replace the Main C. replace the Projection Unit. Replace 3. 10) +9V line on the Main C. 1.A. Only the Fan2 stops.B. Blocked air intake. Replace the Tuner C. error. 2. 3.B.A. 2. 1. 2. Wait until the Lamp has cooled off.A.A. Replace the Ballast C. +3. Replace the Main C. 11) +5V line on the Main C. Replace the Main C. 1.B. Lamp voltage is not correct due to short of the Lamp. The surrounding temperature of the place of use may be too high.B. Replace the Power C. 2. The Lamp voltage becomes more over 130V or less than 30V. replace the Main C. is defective.A.BA error. 1. The Ballast C. 1 Remove P2303 connector on the LCD Drive C. Replace the Main C.B. 1. 5) Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up. Still NG. 1.A. Replace the Projection Unit.B. replace the Main C. 1.B.A.B.A. Still NG.A. 17) OSD (Cleaning the Air Filter) appears on the screen.A.B.A. Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up. 1.BA 3. 3. Replace the Rear Jack C.A. 3.B. The Main C. Tuner C. Main C. Replace 2. Clogged air filter.A. Lamp turns off due to abnormally high internal temperature. 2. NO Possible Solution Replace the Power C. 2 Remove P2304 connector on the LCD Drive C. 1. Rear Jack C. If the Lamp does not light up after attempting turning on the power 2 or 3 times. 3. Only the Fan3 stops.B.A.BA error.5V line on the Main C. Still NG. Replace the Projection Unit. +33V line on the Main C. Replace the Power C.A. 50 . Fan2 and/or Fan3) malfunction.A. Note: The Projection Unit includes LCD Drive C.B.A. Cleaning the Air Filter on the Projection Unit. The Lamp is not cooled off.A. 4. 3. Are the Fanl.A. 2.B.A. Replace the Main C. Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up. Note: The Projection Unit includes LCD Drive C. Replace the Ballast C. 1. 1) Symptom Lamp turns off.A. 3.B.B.B.A. error.B.A. I I I 2) Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up.A. on the Lamp House is short or open. replace the Ballast C.000 hours.B.A.B. 1. Replace the Rear Jack C.A.IPT-50LC13 I How to solve the problem indicated by the Error Indication of LED Error No.BA Still NG.A.B. The Lamp is defective(crack).A. Replace the Cover SW (SW2911) on the Cover Switch C.A.B. replace the Temperature Sensor (R2821) on the Thermistor 2 C. The surrounding temperature of the place of use may be too high. Clogged air filter.B. 12) 13) Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up. Lamp turns off.A. Replace the Power C.B.B.B. Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up.A. -5V line on the Main C. 2. replace the Main C. Replace the Power C. Replace the Lamp. Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up.B.BA 4.A.A.B. Fan2 and Fan3 operating? Only the Fanl stops. Cleaning the Air Filter on the Projection Unit. Replace the Main C. 5. 3) Lamp turns off.A.A. Still NG. Replace the Lamp. 4. Still NG.B. Replace the Projection Unit. on the Fan 1 is short or open. Cleaning the Air Filter on the Projection Unit. 3. error. 14) 15) +6. 18) OSD (Replacing the Lamp) appears on the screen.3V line on the Main C.A. If NG. 2.B. 6. is 5kQ -1 MQ. 3.A.A.B. Replace the Projection Unit. 2. 2.A.B. 1. Thermal Fuse Unit (115'C (239'F)) is defective (open). and check if the resistance between pinl and pin2 of P2821 on the Thermistor 2 C.A. is open due to abnormal temperature rise. Lamp turns off or Lamp does not light up. Replace the Fan3.B.B. Replace the Power C.B. Blocked air intake.

replace the Main C.B. replace the Main C. Still NG. C. replace the Main C. replace the Main C. ~i the Power C. POWER LED flashes red.B. LAMP LED flashes 2 times every 5 seconds. replace the Temperature Sensor (R2811) on the Thermistor 1 C. If NG. (flashes green 140 seconds. replace the Cover SW (SW2911) on the Cover Switch C.I If the Lamp does not light up after attempting turning on the power "12 or 3 times. TEMP LED flashes 2 times every 5 seconds. replace the Projection Unit." flashes red.B.B.BA POWER LED flashes orange 5 times every 5 seconds. replace the Rear Jack C. replace the Main C. Are the Fan1. POWER LED flashes orange once every 5 seconds.BA and check if the resistance between pin1 and pin2 of P2811 on the Thermistor 1 C. TEMP LED flashes 4 times every 5 seconds.A. Replace the Projection Unit. Fan2 and Fan3 operating? NO Only the Fan1 stops. 17) TEMP LED flashes 5 times every 5 seconds.IPT-SOLC13 I II Lamp turns 1) off or Lamp does not light up II Note: Before performing the troubleshooting. (flashes green 140 seconds. Remove P2303 connector on the LCD Drive C. Still NG. Only the Fan2 stops. ~:Cleaning the Air Filter. Still NG. Replace the Power C.B. Replace LAMP LED flashes 5 times every 5 seconds. ~ Cleaning the Air Filter.) LAMP LED flashes 4 times every 5 seconds. 8) 9) . (flashes green 140 seconds.BA Still NG.A.) LAMP LED flashes once every 5 seconds. TEMP LED flashes 6 times every 5 seconds.BA POWER LED flashes orange 7 times every 5 seconds. replace the Main C. replace the Projection Unit. replace the Main C. LAMP LED flashes once every 5 seconds.B. TEMP LED flashes 5 times every 5 seconds.BA and check if the resistance between pin1 and pin2 of P2821 on the Thermistor 2 C.BA replace the Rear Jack C. or the Main C. 2) Power LED flashes orange twice every 5 seconds. replace the Projection Unit. Replace the Power C.1 Replace the Power C. replace the Ballast C.BA Still NG. replace the Projection Unit.A. Cleaning the Air Filter. .1MQ. Wait until the Lamp has cooled off. TEMP LED flashes once every 5 seconds. Tighten the screw of the Lamp Cover.BA 13) 14) POWER LED flashes orange 10 times every 5 seconds.B.BA Still NG. Replace 51 . replace the Lamp. replace the Main C. LAMP LED flashes 6 times every 5 seconds. Still NG. Still NG.A.A.) LAMP LED flashes twice every 5 seconds.A. Confirm that the Thermal Fuse Unit (115°C(239°F» is not open. replace the Main C. Still NG.BA 15) TEMP LED flashes 3 times every 5 seconds. confirm that all connector cables in the unit are connected to connectors correctly. replace the Main C. Still NG. replace the Main C. POWER LED flashes red." flashes red.BA Replace the Projection Unit.A. replace the Rear Jack C. 4) TEMP LED flashes twice every 5 seconds.B. Replace the Fan3.BA Still NG.B.A.A. Still NG. replace the Ballast C.A. replace the Tuner C.B.B. POWER LED flashes orange 8 times every 5 seconds.B. LAMP LED flashes 4 times every 5 seconds.A.BA is 5kQ . the Power C. the Power C.BA Still NG.I Replace the Lamp.A.B. TEMP LED flashes 3 times every 5 seconds. Still NG. POWER LED flashes orange 6 times every 5 seconds.B.A.A. Still NG.RA.BA 3) TEMP LED flashes once every 5 seconds. replace the Projection Unit. Still NG. Replace the Power C.A.BA Still 1 NG.) LAMP L D flashes 3 times every 5 seconds. 16) TEMP LED flashes 4 times every 5 seconds. Power LED does not flashes or does not light up. Remove P2304 connector on the LCD Drive C. Replace POWER LED flashes orange 9 times every 5 seconds. Still NG. 7) ~: Replace the Ballast C. Still NG. replace the Main C.B." flashes red." flashes red. Still NG.B. POWER LED flashes red.B. Still NG.200kQ.BA is 5kQ .BA Still NG. Still NG. Replace LAMP LED flashes 3 times every 5 seconds. 5) 6) . (flashes ~reen 140 seconds. If NG.A. replace the Temperature Sensor (R2821) on the Thermistor 2 C. Still NG.A. Still NG. Only the Fan3 stops. replace the Tuner 10) 11) 12) ~i the Power C. POWER LED flashes red.

A.) 1. replace the Rear Jack C.) ~I Replace the Main C. (PC/SD Card input is NG. AND 4 input -- .) . I I (Only Vldeo l OR 2 input is NG.A. replace Rear Jack C.A. replace the Rear Jack C. (Only Vldeos input is NG. OR 4 input - J -I Replace the Rear Jack C. I I I I (DVI AND RGB input is NG.A.) AND Video input .B. (Only RGB1 input is NG.A.I 1 Replace the Tuner C.) :: Replace the Main C.B.IPT-50LC13 I I No picture or abnormal picture I ~ Check that there is no picture or abnormal picture on the screen from all input terminals.A.A. Still NG.) J -I Does the OSD appear on the screen? lYES NO Replace the Projection Unit.3.I I Replace the Rear Jack C.B.A.A.B. replace the Main C.A.B.B. (Component isNG.A.A.) Replace the Front Jack C.B.) -I Replace the Front Jack C. Component isNG.A.) ~I Replace the Main C.A.1 -I Replace the Main C.2. (Tuner. ABNORMAL PICTURE: · No Color Picture (Black and White picture) · Abnormal Color Picture · No Synchronization Picture · Dark Picture (All input are NG.A.B.B. Still NG. (Only RGB2 input is NG.) 1. replace the Main C. Still NG.3.B.) ~I .A.2.B. Still NG. (Only DVI input is NG.B.A.1 Replace the Rear Jack C.) Replace the Main C.B. (Only Component isNG.B.B. Still NG. I I I I I I I I ~I .B.B.I "I Replace the Main C. (Only tuner input is NG. 52 .

::O'-YES +I Set to the center position.BA Still NG.) Replace the Front Jack C.BA I I No sound from built-in L-CH Speaker only Press "ACTION" button on the Remote Control and select "AUDIO" in MENU screen.BA (Only Audio1. I No sound from built-in R-CH Speaker only Press "ACTION" button on the Remote Control and select "AUDIO" in MENU screen.I J -I Replace the Main C.B.BA Stll NG. replace the Rear Jack C. Replace the Power C. Replace the R-CH Speaker. + I Check if "SPEAKER" in AUDIO MENU is set to "ON.BA Still NG.I input are NG." +YES • NO .BA 1 (Only RGB2 input is NG.:O. replace the Rear Jack C.IPT-SOLC13 I II No sound from built-in both L-CH and R-CH Speakers Press "ACTION" button on the Remote Control to display MENU screen..BA +YES Replace the Audio Amp C. 53 .) .BA 1 (Only Tuner input is NG..._ YES +t Set to the center position. 3.BA 1 (Only RGB1 input is NG.) J -I 1 1 Replace the Front Jack C.) -: Replace the Rear Jack C. 1 (Only Audio3 input is NG.) i Replace the Main C. Then press "AUDIO ADJUST" Does the "BALANCE" center position? in AUDIO ADJUST screen becomes f--'-'N:. Component1.A." I I I I I I Still Check that there is an audio signal to the Audio Out Terminal from all input terminals. Replace the L-CH Speaker. Then press "AUDIO ADJUST" Does the "BALANCE" center position? in AUDIO ADJUST screen becomes f-'-N. 2. and select "AUDIO" in MENU screen ..BA NG..BA I I 1 (Only DVI input is NG.BA Still NG. OR 4 input is NG.) Select "ON. Replace the Rear Jack C. 2. I (All -: Replace the Rear Jack C. replace the Main C..) Replace the Tuner C.

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_._._._._._! OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM PT-SOLC13 55 .8 BLOCK DIAGRAMS OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM COMPONENT IN 1(y/PBlPR) COMPONENT IN2(y/PBJPR) COMPONENT IN3(y/PBlPR) SPEAKER-L (WOOFER) SPEAKER-R (WOOFER) SPEAKER-R (TWEETER) SPEAKER-L (TWEETER) i L._._._._._._.

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-_~{>--I @lJ um AUDIOIN3(R)f.------.cH) 61 I SOUND iR~~SS ~ 12 ~ I' : I l· i P4603-1 2 ~~ r-1!'QB~._._._._._.._._. ._._._.54~'! --._._._._. ._.-.-: UDIOIN3(L) -f · t l___flH6.-._-----' :!-: 'T- I • JK3601 ~~6~~~~ :._.q~ P4553-1 P4552-1 P4552·2 Iii ._._._.i • JK4001 GBAUDIOINI._.-.-._.-._..-.._._._.-. DVI ._._.._.-..._._J COMPONENT AUDIOINI (R)! i~:~-<l!I>---------------------------------Ill$-------_J <FROM IC6003(64» SW AUDIO CONTROL 1.-. l-"""'._._._._.~-:~-m>---------------------------------------------------------------£$----------------~ :._.._.-._.A. SOUND AUDIOINI : • (L) • UDIOIN2(R):._.~ .B._. ._._._._.B._.-. I' I! 38 ~ .-._._.J AUDIO SIGNAL PATH BLOCK DIAGRAM PT-SOLC13 62 ._._._._._._._.-.~ 11 63 • .._.A._._.-. : -<}r-~5r---~------------~P---------------------------------~ AUDIOUT O (L) L~._._._. i i . ~il i I (R-CH) i i i " RCR' I I -"l: ~:::~ iJK4003 '._.~:~-m>---------------------------------------------------------------~------------------------_j i JK3502 :.-._._._._._._._._._.-._._._.AUDIO SIGNAL PATH BLOCK DIAGRAM TUNER C.~:~-ml>--------------------------------~--------~~--' i JK3602 ~~6~~i~f._._._._. i AUDIO AMP C._._._._._._. i ._._._._.3f' ~: :--: 9 10 11 '.. I 1 -<}r-~3~--~------------~b-------------------------------------' ._._._.i-! i AUDIO IN(R) :.£:~&QB._.-. ! ~24 i .-._.-._.t i '1'1 13 __ c==-=i P3404-18 r __ 12C SERIAL CLCCK) ~~¥~~TEM 12C SERIAL DATA BLOCK DIAGRAM P3B02-18 VCC~ VEE~ 04002 04001 <FROM IC6003(62j> AUDIO SW CONTROL 2 i ~._. __._._._. ._.: : • %~: LINE 3 SELECT ~ ~ AUDIO DVVRGS=:!(L._._._.-._._.-._..:L'l~·~~'!'·l ! i i ~~'P3502-11 u Ii T -+I (L-CH) _ OL 12C =:l~~~T PROCESS (L-CH) i ii i 1 ~ : 11 AU~~~P 2 3.. r-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-._.------.._._ 1 03504 LINE OUT MUTE(H) <FROM IC6003(9» .-._.-.'1 R I! ! ~ r-'-'-'-'-'-'-._.3 VCC '" L.._._._._._.-. AUDIO SIGNAL I I 1C4503 i I ! i ~ ~ 1C4501' (AUDIO AMP) ~ i i i i AUDIO 22 '" • ISE~5R'2c'ONI "' .~III-_j::':.._. j'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'! I i : :~~~1AP SIGNAL PROCESS) TP7501 i iii U7001 I(MAINTUNER) i I I r-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'I IC3501 AUDIONIDEO SW IC3602 AUDIONIDEOSW IC3601 SOUND PROCESSOR) REAR JACK C._._._.3~..-: JK3604 ~~ 1C3502 OP AMP ~ :..» 21 VCC 19 29 30 ~=:=il~~~§f~"4~~~E~'~AUDIO TP7502 ~ 1 ~ l._._.2_! ~I P4551-1 SPEAKER ~~~~ER T P Q45~ AMP MUTE(L) <FROM IC6003(13» i JK4802 i GBAUDIO IN2 .: I 'T:r3I' 4 I I 5 __ l.~~~i I I 1 ._. ._._._._._._..J i._._._. i DVI R L l:~ : i ~ r~._.B.. : COMPONENT: : AUDIO (L) :_~~:~-<l!I>---------------------------------Ill$-----------t-___J IN3 COMPONENT AUDIO (R)' 1N4 ! :!~-~: __~ 'f._. AUDIO IN1 (R) : • I • II I __ 1~ --'~:L~~T """'9\40 18 DVIIRGB(R. ( SPEAKER WO~H~ER : ~I -A-M--P----]:::: !:: ~7 ~ i AUDIO L-CH 4 ~VCC1~ 18 17 r:mr rl! ~~~ ~ -><.-: DVI !• AUDIO IN(L) • .-._._.._._.CH) 54 UDIO IN2(L) it:~._._.r._.__ .~-:~-mI>--------------------------------~--------~ COMPONENT ~'l'!~-I>---------------------------------Ill$---------+-t---' AUDIO (L) :__ : IN2 i I JK3603 ~~6~~i~f..._.-._.!:!·~:8:·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-i._._._._.-._.. L~._.._._._.~~:-._..vEE~ VCC~ ~ I I._..._.A.._._. iii i i i JK4801 ~ P3902-9 f-------------------_I>---1P3502-9 '-~-<~~SC:_-<ti34)-(33§>-_'" t-~r.l!:. :r: ~~6~:~ 'TAUDIOOUT(R)f.-._._.·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·-·j • • : ~ --.

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-- OPTICAL BLOCK UNIT ---l CONDENSER LENS RELAY LENS 2 FIELD GREEN RELAY LENS 1 I INTEGRATOR l_ ~~~~ J I I LAMP OPTICAL BLOCK DIAGRAM PT-SOLC13 64 .-. BLUE UNIT ~-------F-IE:D LENS RE~ -.OPTICAL BLOCK DIAGRAM SCREEN """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""il13> Blue Light Path Green Light Path MIRROR ----4I!IlOOP~ ---==tr~ Red Light Path PROJECTION UNIT ~-------~~-------------------------- ~ ~LENS PROJECTION LIGHT IN POLARIZER ---.

When replacing any of these components. Test point information • : Test point with a jumper wire across a hole in P. The correct part number and part value is shown in the parts list. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES 1.C. Schematic Diagram Notes 1.B. Example: The connections between C. use only original replacement parts which are listed with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual. Indicating what it is connected to.s are shown below. How to identify Connectors Each connector is labeled with a Connector No. o :Test point with no test pin. its counter part. NOTE: Circuit Board Layout includes components which are not used. Parts marked "PT" are not used in any models included in this service model. 3. LL 3. in other words. For proper parts content for the model you are servicing. and Pin No. Use only the specified parts. and may be slightly different or amended since this drawing was prepared. Example: (6. 4. Indication for Zener Voltage of Zener Diodes The Zener Voltage of Zener Diodes are indicated as such on Schematic Diagrams. Parts different in shape or size may be used. Use only original replacement parts: To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units. However. Do not use the part number shown on this drawing for ordering.A.1. please refer to the schematic diagram and parts list. Circuit Board Layout Note Circuit Board Layout shows components installed for various models. Example: 4. WA5 etc and these are not supplied as replacement parts. PT-50LC13 65 . Use the interconnection schematic diagram to find the connection between associated connectors.2V) Zener Voltage 2. Jumper wires are used forWA10. 5. 2. only interchangeable parts will be supplied as service replacement parts. Important safety notice Components identified by the sign have special characteristics important for safety.B.9 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 9.

8~ 0.~4S0S.:P""70.B.-_ ----------------------------------------THERMISTOR 1 C..2P)ns) P2912 ~ IL.A. THERMAL FUSE UNIT REPLACEMENT NOTE: CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD....A.:'=YHPI30S P130S(4 Pins) -0 Il_j .:"'-''-'-'-::o:L_--1~{]Pl007 niH Pl007 (14 Pins) n-I~~:""'.:.4 __ ~ ~ ~ -..:.:...CH) TWEETER •• 0« P4551 [} ~ (2 Pins) 1 1. ~4501 P4So... UHFNHF MAIN TUNER ~FNHF~ P7003 [}Hf--" .B... ---1 U (3 Pins) I IL.o...A~.. ~PO~W~E~R~C~. .9. P6007 (4 Pins) i i i (36 Pins) i i i (36 Pins) i i I 1.A.__ :ill~: UNIT I ' P13~61 I ~t+-+-<>--.!:.-------~--------------------~----~ BALLAST C. 99 1(18 -+ Pins)~1(18 Pins) fRE~A~R~JA~C~K~C~.A. ...·1 UNIT r-. TVITUNER UNIT MAINC..- P4551 [} 1 NETWORK C.__ • OPERATION C... ATIENTION: POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISOUES D' INCENDIE N' UTILISE ROUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE NUMERO LSJA0464·FE (115 'C) NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES..B.39""OI""··'_--:--_WPSSOI . (3 Pins) : : CASE UNIT P600[}2HI---7.B...A~...14 Pins) O i O P6001 (6 Pins) PSOOI USED FOR) ( ADJUSTMENT AT FACTORY ONLY LCD DRIVE C._:O""3·.0nlHf--l..... 1'"--------------------- LCD I PRISM UNIT ------------------------------------------- : PS30~HI-_.A.B~.-~ (11~i) ~~~~MAL ~.A... LJ h. P2901 (4 Pins) NETWORK C.__::~.6 PIns) -oP450S 1. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE NUMBER LSJA0464-FE (115'C )._: P2903 [} (3 Pins) FRONT JACK C.~291~.B.:.. WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS..A. @(2Pins) ~2811 ----------------------- LJ P3902 (12 Pins) O TUNER C.. P23n.B.---~3S02 LJl3SOI I --.. 1!5' P2821 (2 Pins) ~- Y PIN JSPinS) PIN @(IPin) Y ~ P70¥!. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION..l::"-''-'''''''-----:--tlRSOI U : 14 (20Pins) U P20r\ U (36 Pins) P6006 (4 Pins) PSO06 USED FOR) ( ADJUSTMENT AT FACTORY ONLY O PSO07 USED FOR) ( ADJUSTMENT AT FACTORY ONLY P39¥!. 000 000 000 000 000 000 '73' P340 1-_. NOTE: THE LAMP UNIT IS NOT SUPPLIED AS A REPLACEMENT PART. Pl0ll)--' Pl008 (8 Pins) PROJECTION UNIT '--< g P1301 Lflt!fp ~"'''''''''''''''''''FAN FAN 1 : if.B. .-. ~ U ~ P360[}3 -0 P4S53 P4552 u P7002 (8 Pins) .. INTERCONNECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PT-50LC13 66 . RGB AUDIO IN 1 i ':"":'::=->'':'':'''.-.B. wo> wo> Zz Zz :c :c '-. P4S53 -9 UHFNHF SUB TUNER PIN JSPinS) PIN I ~ >- ~ w is 0.. &.B~....+ r- J::.'-+ WP6003 __ . -!r::.. r __. Pl006.....OS ~ • • DVIAUDIO IN L·CH DVIAUDIO IN R·CH P1302 ~ 9 9 I.B.B.. P23o. Pl009 (3 Pins) Pl0l0 O~-+f------'--'-'-'"'--"-'-'='-----. 0. 0 P230S (4 Pins) P230S USED FOR) ( ADJUSTMENT AT FACTORY ONLY THERMISTOR 2 C.A.. @@@ @@@ ~o a:o ~§ ~§ 0« o I-Y !zd:: z.A.-_ LCD PANEL (GREEN i COVER SWITCH C. PI301 (SPins) P1302 P1303 Pl009 >-. '--- AUDIO AMP C. • • • • S·VIDEO IN 3 VIDEO IN3 AUDIO IN 3 L·CH AUDIO IN 3 R·CH P39.-__ I LCD PANEL (RED) P29n. REPLACE THE LAMP UNIT WHICH IS SUPPLIED AS A OPTIONAL ACCESSORY.-..:::o:L_--l (3 Pins) DVIIN r- ~P8.B. P2306 ___' ___' I LCD PANEL (BLUE) G: : .A.A.-0 - P4552 F( F( 2[} F( 2[} (2 Pins) (2 Pins) . USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED PARTS.-.B.13 Pins) ~------------~----~--~ P6301 (8 Pins) P6301 USED FOR) ( ADJUSTMENT AT FACTORY ONLY O P2302 (8 Pins) P2302 USED FOR) ( ADJUSTMENT OF LCDDRIVE C.B.N_.2. SPEAKER (R·CH) WOOFER SPEAKER (R.·P". WHEN REPLACING.A.CH) TWEETER (2 Pins) SPEAKER (L·CH) WOOFER SPEAKER (L..-.A.-P8041 [ 1 ~ AC CORD j-'FA". INTERCONNECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INTERCONNECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE SIGN HAVE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT FOR SAFETY.-.

...... : V~ AUDIO IN3(L) AUDIO IN3(R) 1 RED GREEN BLUE 4 NC CSYNC(MAC2) RED RETURN (TO MAIN C................. FRONT JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FRONT JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .. (~B~~~~CK L3_CPS_NOSIG_L L3_S_lN_L LlNE3_Y GND LlNE3_C GND LlNE3_V GND LlNE3_UUDIO GND LlNE3_R_AUDIO GND ) S-VIDEO IN3 VIDEO IN3 .... .................BA P5501 RGB2_R GND RGB2_G GND RGB2_B GND RGB2_H GND RGB2_V GND RGB2_UUDIO GND RGB2_R_AUDIO GND ) P3901 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 11 12 13 GREEN RETURN BLUE RETURN NC GND GND 12C DATA HSYNC VSYNC 12CSCK RGBIN2 14 RGB AUDIO IN2 LSJB3094 FRONT JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PT-50LC13 67 ......3._. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION... be sure to use the part number listed in the parts list.9. Do not use the part number on this diagram. VIDEO SIGNAL(MAIN/SUB) R3914 100 (:::J SUB VIDEO SIGNAL _ AUDIO SIGNAL NOTE: For placing a purchase order of the parts.. NOTE: PARTS MARKED "PT" ARE NOT USED.... NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES.

Do not use the part number on this diagram.A. -e 0.I 12 ::. NOTE: PARTS MARKED "PT" ARE NOT USED. WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS. SW6701 ~ SW6703 ~ EVQ11G05R EVQ11G05R IVOL upi C£8:QEJ LSJB3097 THERMISTOR 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM SW6702 ~ SW6704 ~ SW6705 ~ EVQ11G05R ICH DOWN I IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE SIGN it HAVE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT FOR SAFETY.A\ ( P4503 ) SP OUT R AMP GND P6701 98 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ~ TO R-CH SPEAKER ) ( (WOOFER) P4552 SP OUT R WF AMP GND 2 .A.A.B.:: a: 0 ~ CD 3R3/63V P4553 2 TO AUDIO AMP C...9. P6305 GND STBY5V PLED G PLED R SCAN2 SCAN1 SCANO KEY IN1 KEY INO ) s co ::. USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED PARTS. P2304 1 THERMO_2 KOL1BAOOO070 I LAMP COVER SW I LSJB3098 LSJB3100 NETWORK THERMISTOR 1 THERMISTOR 2 OPERATION COVER SWITCH SCHEMATIC SCHEMATIC SCHEMATIC SCHEMATIC SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DIAGRAM DIAGRAM DIAGRAM DIAGRAM PT-50LC13 68 .. be sure to use the part number listed in the parts list.:: a: ~ AUDIO SIGNAL 3R3/63V TO AUDIO AMP C.B. EVQ11G05R IVOL DOWN! EVQ11G05R I POWERI LSJB3096 COVER SWITCH SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM J2911 PT LSJB3099 TO LCD DRIVE ) P2912 ( C... P2306 1 COVERSW THERMISTOR 2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TO LCD DRIVE ( C. a: CD CD ::. NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES.B. CD ::.B.. (FOR L-CH SPEAKER) NETWORK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM J4551 WA5 TO L-CH SPEAKER ) ( (TWEETER) P4551 SP OUT L TW 2 TO L-CH SPEAKER ) ( (WOOFER) P4552 AMP GND C4551 @ OPERATION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4pm AUDIO SIGNAL 1:l r-. \:::.:: ~ 06701 2SB1218A (LED DRIVE) t. 0 r-.:: a: ~ D6 ~ 2 B3AGAOOOOO72 IpOWERLEDI r-..B. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.A\ ( P4503 ) SP OUT L AMP GND ~ ~£ 00 1§ LSJB3097 NETWORK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (FOR R-CH SPEAKER) 4pm J4551 WA5 TO R-CH SPEAKER ) ( (TWEETER) P4551 SP OUT R TW 2 C4551 @ (TO MAIN C. NETWORK 1 THERMISTOR 11 THERMISTOR 21 OPERATION 1 COVER SWITCH SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS NOTE: For placing a purchase order of the parts.0 06702 2SB1218A ~(LED DRIVE) r.4.

P4553 (FORR·CHSPEAKER) SP OUT L AMP GND 4~ 3. NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES.. ! ~~ 1 2 3 P4503 TONETWORKC..) POWER_G 12 ~ r1 Ii: Cf~6 N '" PT47K --I trrl POWER~1C4502 "<1"> CD <:I~ u_ ~a ~ + ON_H 1 T L__' __~ __~ _~~~21~6.9.B...... NOTE: PARTS MARKED "PT" ARE NOT USED.------+_----_t--------__. be sure to use the part number listed in the parts list...3~ R4517 P4505 TO REARJACK ) ( C..V------------------j 0 +------+-----+~ ~524 I C4507 33K ~525 0.B.B.P4553( (FORL·CHSPEAKER) TONETWORKC..A...047[KB] §~a r1 _ r-----r- II·..T R4530 PT J4505 PT RL4501 ALA2PF12 6 5 4 PT 2~~~6~~JG 'P ) ~:::A~__l--.. Do not use the part number on this diagram...-..::..B.1 C451 3 J4501 WA7. 1}pm AUDIOSIGNAL C4534 .!..._ LINKTOVOLTAGE CHART LSJB3092 AUDIO AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PT-50LC13 69 .....: +~~ r----------------- 1C4503 TA78M12S (+12VREG.P3603 (TO POWERC.A.5.) P4501 +Vs '-1C4S01 TDA7265 (AUDIOAMP) 6 5 4 3 2 1 5V AMP MUTE L AUDIO G AMP R AUDIO AUDIO G AMP L AUDIO L I P1009 _j P1010 P1011 11 L j_ j_ v« GND ~5[l3 p~ .3'.-----------------------------------------------~C4~5~35~PT~100~1'6..~ l------I l------I 0. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.1 C451 ·Vs 1 +Vs 0.-'3"'...~~~r--t--~~~~---t--1---1 . +.:: 0- RS ~~~--~--~~~PT~22~ ~~3 I ~ 6 VCC -+~: :I~. --+_--. AUDIO AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AUDIO AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM NOTE: For placing a purchase order of the parts..l'fj'7 MUTE_L J4[i¥2 R4536 ~ ~..A. (t ====~S~P~O~U~T~R~2~1r~~ AMP GND 1 r- k:::j\ 04504 2SD601ARS SWITCHING (AUDIO MUTE·ON ) m ~lii8 ~ f)j R4526 820 ~Q4505 2SD601ARS ( SWITCHING ) AUDIOMUTE-ON r1'" . 2\'..-------------------------------------------~P=T~10~&~6.5 C450 10 1000/35V R4501 15K Q4501 T P4502 PT SW IN L SW OUT L HlPINL AMP GND HlPINR SW IN R SWOUTR 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 (AUDIO MUTE·ON R4545 0 ~529 PT R4546 PT ~528 J4S04 ~5.A.~3V~----t--i---t------t-~ ~r!i!~1l!~~ ~ ~~ <:Iii: <:I Ii: 2Y 10 9"\. .

REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.A. DTS BUSY MAIN SUB SCK MAIN SUB SMDATA MAIN SUB MSDATA DTS CS SYS RST l_5V 12C SCK 5V 12C DATA_5V 5V 9 ...B. NOTE: PARTS MARKED "PT" ARE NOT USED..LT ~r~PT +~ ~~~ l____@ C7106 e7l07 C7108 PT 1000PKB PT ~ [C [--~ Ie: ~ Q7101 2SB1218A (BUFFER) ~11000PIKB ~1~L1_~~4-_~4--~~-~+--f TP7001 (~B~~~CK) M TNR VIDEO GNO S TNR VIDEO GNO M TNR L AUDIO GNO P7002 1 roo' TP7101 WlO P7003 (:IN DTS REO 3 4 5 6 C..3V ~' ~~ ~II"P.. -L'~~ C700~ >--fF _27OQ3_. ~ ~ Ii: ~~ G ~··t JJ Ii: ~ M: ~ hi G u ~ ~~ ICSS01 D750066-330 LINK TO I/O CHART ( ~y~~~ONTROLLER) :X6501 'EFOEC4004T4 :orEFOGC4004T4 'orVSXS0160 R6516 10K LINKTO VOLTAGE CHART LSJB3095 TUNER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PT-50LC13 70 .. TUNER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TUNER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM NOTE: For placing a purchase order of the parts. NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES. Do not use the part number on this diagram.9. .. __ __ IL-__ ~E~SO~G~N~O __ 100016."! 2200....10 i: ~ :i R7514 ISEPARATION I ------~1~1r~~:~o--------~ GNO 10-KB "10KsT •• ~~ooJ ....6.·····.. be sure to use the part number listed in the parts list..---J .································2200 : R7515 : R7512n R7516 ~~ f~: PT 22K PT PT PT PT 22K L7501 100U i. Z7001 LSJA0468 _ U7101 ENG36712GF UHFNHF SUB TUNER ENG3670SGY VIDEO SIGNAL(MAINISUB) • AUDIO SIGNAL U7001 UHFNHF 2TNR ENG36714GF MAIN TUNER P7001 PT so..

I/O 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 I I I I I I I I I I I XT1 XT2 RESET X1 STANDBY_LED POWER ON LED LAMP_LED TEMP LED AVSS GND NC GND NC TNR1 SIG L TNR2_SIG_L TNR1_AFC TNR2 AFC AVREF IC VDD TNR SERIAL CLOCK TNR_SERIAL_DATA TNR1 CS TNR2_CS TNR1 LOCK L TNR2_LOCK_L AFT ON H/OFF L DTS_CS S DATA OUT SCK GND Signal Name (Not used) (Not used) RESET(L) 4MHz OSCILLATION 4MHz OSCILLATION (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) GND GND (Not used) GND (Not used) SUB TUNER SIGNAL(L) MAIN TUNER SIGNAL(L) SUB TUNER AFC MAIN TUNER AFC V-REF FOR IC6501 (Not used) VDD(+5V) TUNER SERIAL CLOCK TUNER SERIAL DATA SUB TUNER CS(H) MAIN TUNER CS(H) SUB TUNER CH FREQUENCY LOCK(L) MAIN TUNER CH FREQUENCY LOCK(L) (Not used) DTSCS(H) SERIAL DATA 0 SERIAL DATA 1 SERIAL CLOCK GND DTS BUSY(L) DTS REQUEST(L) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) TUNER AUDIO DEFEAT(H) (Not used) GND Description 0 X2 0 0 0 0 I I 0 S_DATA_IN 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 0 DTS BUSY 0 DTS_REQ REPEAT LED REC LED PRO_ TIMER_LED ON TIMER LED 0 TN R2_DE FEAT_H TNR1 DEFEAT H VSS 110 CHART OF IC6501 TUNER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PT-50LC13 71 .1/0 CHART OF IC6501 Pin No.

1 0 1.0 4.4 2.0 2.0 4. PIN IC6501 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 IC7501 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 I~ PIN NO. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.6 0.0 0 1.2 0.9 0.2 1.5 2.0 3 04501 E C B 04504 E C B 04505 E C B NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES.9 3.2 0 15.6 0.3 4. --4.9 0 3.4 3.2 2 0 19.2 6 7 0 8 0 9 0 10 0 11 0 IC4503 1 19.6 4.8 4.2 4.4 2.2 VOLTAGE CHART PT-50LC13 72 .3 1.4 1.8 0 0 0 0 0 4.8 0.8 0 --- 2.6 4.1 4.1 2.2 2 0 12.2 4.8 --- ----0.3 I~ AUDIO AMP C.2 1. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 07002 E C B 07101 E C B 07501 E C B 07502 E C B TP6501 TP7001 TP7101 TP7501 TP7502 TP7503 STOP 0 3.1 1.0 0 0 12.9 0 --4.9 2.A.2 --0. VOLTAGE CHART TUNER C.3 2.0 ----0 0 0 --------- --2.2 5.9 5.2 3.2 2.4 0.4 0.7. STOP ~ NO.6 2.2 3 4 0 15.0 5 -19.2 4.9.1 2.1 4.3 0 0.2 3.B.8 1.9 1.9 0 1.7 3.5 --3.8 4.9 4.A.9 0 1.0 0 0 12.B. STOP PIN NO. IC4501 1 -19.9 2.

A.B. LSEP3094A NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED. LSEP3094A OPERATION C.10 CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT 10.B.B.! NETWORK C. LSEP3097 A PT-50LC13 73 . FRONT JACK C.A. NETWORK C.A. NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES.B.A.A.B.A. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT.A. (COMPONENT SIDE) (FOIL SIDE) (DUAL PATTERNS) (DUAL PATTERNS) OPERATION C. LSEP3096A NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED. LSEP3097 A NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED.! OPERATION C. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.B.A.B.1.A.B. DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT. LSEP3096A NETWORK C. FRONT JACK C. (FOIL SIDE) (DUAL PATTERNS) FRONT JACK C.B.

USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED PARTS. @@lllIlllllb 0111111111Il10 .A. o o o LSJB3098 AUDIO AMP C. LSEP3099A 1 THERMISTOR 2 C. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT.A. NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES. USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED PARTS.B.diW ~1~··~~~21.B.2.A.B. LSEP3092A THERMISTOR 1 C. AUDIO AMP C.B. HAVE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT FOR SAFETY.A.B. LSEP3098A NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED.B. THERMISTOR 1 C. 'IIIIIIIII@ 'IIII~IIIIIIIIIIII'" 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111~~2822 ~iil IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE SIGN it. I COVER SWITCH C. LSEP3100A COVER SWITCH C. o o o LSJB3099 IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE SIGN it.A.10. I THERMISTOR 1 C. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.B.B.A.A. I THERMISTOR 2 C. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT.B. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT. HAVE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT FOR SAFETY.B. LSEP3099A1 NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED.J PbF LSJB3100 COVER SWITCH C.B. AUDIO AMP C.B. WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS.A. WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS.A.. LSEP3092A NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED..A.A. LSEP3098A PT-50LC13 74 . THERMISTOR 2 C.A. LSEP3100A NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED.

NOTE: CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT INCLUDES COMPONENTS WHICH ARE NOT USED.B. TUNER C.A. TUNER C. REFER TO BEGINNING OF SCHEMATIC SECTION.A.10. LSEP3095A PT-50LC13 75 .A.B. PLEASE REFER TO THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST FOR PROPER PARTS CONTENT.3. TUNER C. LSEP3095A NOTE: FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT NOTES.B.

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o MAIN PARTS SECTION H G F E D c B A 2 3 4 5 6 77 . in "EXPLODED VIEW" are not supplied. No. will be skipped. No.IPT-SOLC13 I 11 EXPLODED VIEWS 11. And some Ref. MAIN PARTS SECTION Note: Parts with no Ref. Be sure to make your orders of replacement parts according to the parts list.1.

IPT-50LC13 I 11.2. FRONT AND BASE SECTION f:) FRONT AND BASE SECTION 78 .

DISPLAY SECTION 79 .3. DISPLAY SECTION .IPT-SOLC13 I 11..

4. SCREEN SECTION e SCREEN SECTION B A 2 3 4 5 6 80 .IPT-50LC13 I 11.

USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED PARTS. PROJECTION SECTION • PROJECTION SECTION IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE SIGN HAVE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT FOR SAFETY. WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS. Lt H not supplied G 40 F E D C B A 2 3 4 5 6 81 .IPT-SOLC13 I 11.5.

IPT-50LC13 I 11.6. 2 3 4 5 6 82 . WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS. TV AND TUNER SECTION • TV AND TUNER SECTION IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY THE SIGN ~ HAVE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT FOR SAFETY. USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED PARTS.

1 PT-SOLC13 1 11. 2 3 4 5 6 83 . Do not try to disassemble the Infrared Remote Control Unit. 109) replacement part is available as a complete assembly unit only. PACKING PARTS AND ACCESSORIES SECTION • PACKING PARTS AND ACCESSORIES SECTION H 10 G F E D ro c B 113 A INOTE 11: The Infrared Remote Control Unit (Ref. No.7.

OPTIONAL ACCESSORY SECTION (1) .8.IPT-50LC13 I 11. TV STAND SECTION (1) (TY-50LC13C) H G F E ~. ·····6 D ~ c B A 2 3 4 5 6 84 ..

IPT-SOLC13 I 11.. TV STAND SECTION (2) (TY-50LC13C) H G F E D c B A 2 3 4 5 6 85 .9. OPTIONAL ACCESSORY SECTION (2) .

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Components identified by the sign & have special characteristics important for safety. The Infrared Remote Control Unit (Ref. .1.: P. 109) replacement part is available as a complete assembly unit only. When replacing any of these components.C. it will no longer be available. After the discontinuation of this item in production. No.S.STEEL COVER 1 MKA 1 MKA 1 MKA 1 MKA 1 MKA 1 MKA SUPPORT PLATE. General Notes 1. Parts with mark "MKA" supplied from MKA. will be skipped. of parts shown in Exploded Views are indicated in the Remarks column.STEEL L. 21). 756 and 757) have already been pre-adjusted at the factory. REPLACEMENT Part Name « PARTS Remarks 2 MKA 5 MKA 5 MKA 2 MKA 2 MKA 2 MKA 2 MKA 1 MKA L 2 MKA 1 MKA 1 MKA 2 MKA Description BASE BODY UNIT 3 UNIT PIECE FIX PLATE.: it. All resistors are in n.1. SUPPORT SUPPORT UNIT COVER SIDE COVER UNIT SD DOOR COVER UNIT CABLE PLATE W/PLUG A. will be supplied as service 5. MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Definition of Parts supplier: 1.3.2.6 MKA & RTL 3 MKA 86 . 2. do not try to adjust them.000 n.4 MKA 1 MKA 5 MKA 1. use only the specified parts.D. MECHANICAL Ref_ No.: E. are the same are interchangeable as replacement parts. Use only original replacement parts: To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units. interchangeable parts replacement parts. No. K 2. 3. 4. Main Parts Replacement Notes COVER 1. Any of these parts may be ordered and used as a replacement part. Nos.IPT-50LC13I 12 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST BEFORE REPLACING PARTS. No. Item numbers with capital letter E (Example: E10. be sure to perform "ADJUSTMENT of the Projection Unit. in the Remarks column are b.STEEL FAN 3 UNIT TOP DUCT INFRARED LAMP DISPLAY DISPLAY FRONT FRONT OPTICAL LAMP CONNECTOR GROUNDING REAR REAR COVER 12.1.000 kn. Abbreviation RTL: Retention Time Limited This indicates that the retention time is limited for this item. E20. After replacing the Projection Unit (Ref. a wire can be substituted for 4. Parts with no Ref. After the discontinuation of this item in production.UHFNHF (Ref. No. And some Ref.) in the Ref. Do not try to disassemble the Infrared Remote Control Unit. only 12. Retention Time Limited This indicates that the retention time is limited for this item. When replacing 0 n resistor.2. Unless otherwise specified. No. 8. REPLACEMENT NOTES 12. column are shown in the exploded views. 2. STEEL PLATE PLATE R. Section No. Electrical Replacement Notes 1. Parts without mark in the Remarks column are supplied from MKE. Parts whose Ref. Since MAIN TUNER. in "EXPLODED VIEWS" are not supplied. Parts with mark "MKA" supplied from MKA. Be sure to make your orders of replacement parts according to the parts list. STEEL CLAMPER CLAMPER CLAMPER SCREEN STRIKE FAN 3 TV/TUNER TWEETER UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT PROJECTION 1 MKA 5 RTL 3. Abbreviation RTL: = 1...B. Non Repairable Board Ass'y Metal Glaze Film Chip Ceramic Chip Complex Component Wirewound Flameproof Circuit Board Assembly Printed Circuit Board Electrostatically Sensitive Devices NR: MGF CHIP: C CHIP: COMPLX CMP: W FLMPRF: C.A." Refer to "WHEN REINSTALLING THE PROJECTION UNIT INTO THE UNIT AT THE USER'S LOCATION" in SERVICE NOTES. it will no longer be available. 4. M = 1.1. in the Remarks column are 6. The replacement parts for them are available as a complete assembly unit only. 12.1.UHFNHF and SUB TUNER. Definition of Parts supplier: a. 3. 7. Parts without mark in the Remarks column are supplied from MKE.B. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 31 Part LSYK1216 LSXY0507 LSXA0531 LSGL0390 LSMA0688 LSMA0697 LSMA0696 LSYK1210 LSKG0036 LSYY0031 LSKF0528 LSYK1220 LSJA0467 LSSC0648 LSMA0686 LSGV0057 STL450-3-1BK SLCSE2-500-3 LSXA0478 LSXA0528-HBS LSYK1214 TMM14414 FBL12G12L2CS LSXY0503 EASG5PH519A2 No. SPECIAL NOTE All integrated circuits and many other semiconductor devices are electrostatically sensitive and therefore require the special handling techniques described under the "ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES" section of this service manual. Parts different in shape or size may be used. 3. use only original replacement parts which are listed with their part numbers in the parts list. No. However. 2. READ THE FOLLOWING: 12.

Part SHELF PARTS Name BOTTOM SHIELD PLATE & Description UNIT Remarks 9 MKA 9 MKA 9 MKA 9 MKA 9 MKA 9 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA 8 MKA PANEL UNIT BAG.UHF/VHF CABLE CABLE 6 6 6 6 5 6 RTL 6 RTL FRONT JACK PLATE.STEEL SCREW. 2 C.1. C. C.3.A. Part Name & Description Remarks 3 MKA 1.A. C.3. Parts without mark in the Remarks column are supplied from MKE.PAPER UNIT UNIT L UNIT R UNIT L R BOTTOM L. 453 454 455 456 714 751 752 756 757 758 759 762 E10 E20 E30 E40 E50 E60 E70 E80 E90 E100 E120 E130 Part XWG5F16 No.4 MKA 1.STEEL TAPPING TAPPING FERRITE FERRITE MAIN SCREW.STEEL SCREW.STYROFOAM R.A.B.STEEL SCREW. SWITCH C.&. OPTIONAL ACCESSORY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Definition of Parts supplier: SHIELD PCB JACK PLATE.B.A.5V W/PLUG C.&.STYROFOAM R.STEEL SCREW. 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 1 MKA 12.A.STEEL SCREW.STEEL W/PLUG UNIT 7 MKA 7 MKA 5 .STEEL SIDE JACK HOLDER SCREEN ESCUTCHEON LENTICULAR FRESNEL SCREEN SCREEN BACK LENS PLATE PLATE SUB TUNER.STEEL SCREW.STEEL CUSHION.A.5.POLYETHYLENE TOP PAD BOTTOM PACKING REAR SIDE SIDE BASE SIDE SIDE PAD CASE.6 MKA 3 MKA 6 6 2.2.STEEL CORE CORE NR NR SCREW. OPERATION NETWORK COVER HOLDER HOLDER H V UNIT 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA THERMISTOR THERMISTOR COVER PLATE.B.B.RUBBER XTV4+16AFZ XTV3+12J XTV3+6F VMTS0035 JOKAOOOOO044 LSLQ0307 ENG36714GF ENG36712GF LSJA0468 LSSC0634 LSJA0478 LSXY0508 LSEP3088A LSEB3087A LSEP3094A LSXY0509 LSEP3095A LSEP3092A LSEP3096A LSEP3097A LSEP3098A LSEP3099A1 LSEP3100A RUBBER CUSHION COVER BUTTON R UNIT GROUNDING SIDE 2 MKA 2 MKA 2 2 4 MKA 4 MKA 4 MKA 4 MKA 4 MKA 4 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA TUNER.STEEL CENTER. 6 FRAME HOLDER PLATE PLATE PLATE PLATE FRAME C. No. No. NR JACK JACK AMP C.5 MKA 6 6 3 MKA 1 MKA 1 MKA FRONT THERMAL SENSOR TAPPING TAPPING TAPPING SCREW SCREW CUSHION FUSE HOLDER SCREW.STEEL SCREW.A.STEEL SCREW. C.IPT SOLC13 I Ref.A.STEEL 1. C.B. 32 33 34 35 36 37 41 42 43 44 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 111 112 113 252 253 401 402 406 411 417 421 435 438 450 451 452 Part No. H UNIT.STEEL SCREW. No • 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 460 461 462 TV STAND (TY-50LC13C) Part LSYP0096 LSYC0252 LSPF0054 LSYY0033 LSYY0034 LSPG1573 LSYP0095 LSYP0092 LSYP0093 LSYP0094 LSKUOO19 LSGP0370 LSGP0371 LSQL1525 XTV4+25AK XTV4+45AK XWE4K No.B.STYROFOAM L.STEEL WASHER.A.A.3. UHF/VHF CONNECTOR HEAT MAIN POWER FRONT REAR TUNER AUDIO SINK CONNECTOR W/PLUG. 6 6 6 7 MKA 2.B.STEEL W/WASHER.B.&.B. FRAME FRAME FRAME FRAME PCB 12. Parts with mark "MKA" in the Remarks column are supplied from MKA . 5 1. C.B.STEEL LEFT.STEEL BALLAST 1 2 RTL 6 RTL 6 RTL 6 RTL 2 RTL 3 RTL 2 RTL 5 RTL 5 RTL PANASONIC COVER MIRROR SPACER SPACER MIRROR MIRROR BACK SPACER SPACER CONENCTOR SPACER SPACER CLAMPER TUNER TUNER REAR PCB PCB PCB PCB MAIN FAN 4 CLAMPER CLAMPER CLAMPER CARTON CARTON CUSHION CUSHION CUSHION CUSHION INSIDE INFRARED RGB CABLE FAN BAG FAN BAG DVI CABLE BOX BOX BADGE C.STEEL TAPPING TAPPING TAPPING TAPPING TAPPING TAPPING 87 .STEEL W/WASHER. Part WOOFER SPACER SPEAKER SPEAKER SPEAKER ACOUSTIC FRONT OPERATION BOX BOX FRONT REAR Name & Description Remarks 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA 3 MKA Ref.STEEL RIGHT.2 MKA 5 MKA 5 6 2 2 EASG10P579A2 LSMF0290 LSGQ0088 LSGQ0089 TMMJ058 LSMF0278 LSKG0037 LSXUOO12 LSSC0645 LSJH0066 LSGY0165 LSGP0365 LSGP0366 LSXA0548 LSXA0549 TBM2AA0071 LSGV0056 LSDL0243 LSMF0280 LSMF0281 LSGQ0092 LSYF0541 LSMA0700 LSMF0288 LSMF0289 LSJA0474 LSMF0291 LSMF0292 TMM77409 LSSC0669 LSMA0691 LSJA0456-FE LSJH0065 LSSC0672 LSMP0440 LSMA0693 LSMA0694 LSMA0695 LSSC0646 LSMA0690 L6FAKCDHOO07 TMM5439-1 TMM7464-1 LSGP0369 LSPG1547 LSPG1548 LSPN0339 LSPN0340 LSPN0341 LSPN0342 LSPG1549 LSPF0111 EUR7603ZBO LSJA0239 LSQF0738 LSQF0747 K1HA24DAOO03 LSPN0430 LSJA0464-FE LSMP0420 XTV4+16A XTV3+8J XTV3+10J XYE3+FF8 XYN3+K10 XTV3+8G XTV3+20J XTW3+10J XTV4+30A XTW3+8Q XTV3+8F WASHER.STEEL SCREW.STEEL CABLE W/PLUG.STEEL V UNIT. 1 C.B.POLYETHYLENE CONTROL UNIT W/PLUG 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA CAUTION TAPPING LABEL SCREW.2.STEEL 6 MKA 6 6 . Ref. AC CORD GROUNDING W/PLUG 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 .A.A.B.STYROFOAM 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA 7 MKA TOP TOP TOP PANEL POLE POLE POLE PANEL PANEL PANEL BOTTOM BOTTOM CARTON REMOTE BAG.

B. JK3901 JK4801 JK4802 Part No. Part DIODE Name & Description 22K 22K 1K 10K 100 100 100 100 100 100 0 1K 100 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 100 100 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 0 330 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 270 1K 2.D. All parts are supplied from MKE.4. INTEGRATED Part No. DIODES Part No. No.A. No. FRONT JACK C.B. ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 12. 751 752 Part No. No.5V Remarks VARIABLE CABLE CABLE JACKS Ref. C. No. JACK JACK C.A.B. Part D-SUB S-JACK EARPHONE Name & Description SOCKET Remarks R7105 R7106 R7107 R7501 R7502 R7503 R7504 R7505 R7506 R7508 R7509 R7510 R7511 R7512 K1FB1l5AOO15 K1U412AOOO08 K2HC103AOO17 MINI JACK SOCKET JACK SOCKET Ref.S. C. R6502 R6507 R6511 R6516 R6518 R6519 Part No.A.B. OPERATION NETWORK COVER THERMISTOR THERMISTOR RESISTORS Ref. Q7002 Q7002 Q7002 Q7101 Q7101 Q7101 Q7501 Q7501 Q7501 Q7502 Q7502 Q7502 Part No. P3901 P3902 Part LSJA0469 LSJA0470 No.B. Ref.1.D.2K 2. IC6501 IC7501 TUNER C. No. MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF Part CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP Name & Description 75 75 75 0 0 0 0 0 75 75 75 100 0 0 0 100 0 0 100 100 Remarks R6520 R6521 R6522 R6523 R6524 R6525 R6526 R6527 R6528 R6529 R6530 R6531 R6532 R6534 R6536 R7001 R7002 R7003 R7004 R7007 R7008 R7009 R7010 R7011 R7012 R7101 R7102 R7103 R7104 ERJ6ENF75ROV ERJ6ENF75ROV ERJ6ENF75ROV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYJ750V ERJ6GEYJ750V ERJ6GEYJ750V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W PIN HEADERS Ref.A.4.IPT-50LC13I 12. CMOS Name CIRCUITS & Description LOGIC Remarks E.A. AMP C.2K 27K 22K 27K 22K 100 10K 100 10K 0 Remarks ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYJ331V ERJ6GEYJ102V EVMEGSAOOB23 ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ271V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ222V ERJ6GEYJ222V ERJ6GEYJ273V ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ273V ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYOROOV 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 2K 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W & Description 6. RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL D750066-330 AN5832SA-E1V STANDARD IC.A. MISCELLANEOUS Part Name & Description FERRITE FERRITE CORE CORE Remarks JOKAOOOOO044 LSLQ0307 88 .B.A. No.S. C. 2SB1218AOL B1ADCFOOO063 B1ADCFOOO075 2SB1218AOL B1ADCFOOO063 B1ADCFOOO075 2SB1218AOL B1ADCFOOO063 B1ADCFOOO075 2SB1218AOL B1ADCFOOO063 B1ADCFOOO075 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP SI PNP CHIP C. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD ASSEMBLY Ref.B.A.B.A.B.A.B. No. RTL RTL NR RTL RTL E. Part CONNECTOR CONNECTOR Name & Description W/PLUG. LINEAR TRANSISTORS Ref. SWITCH C. Part MAIN POWER BALLAST FRONT REAR TUNER AUDIO Name & Description Remarks E.A.D.B. Part Name & Description Remarks C.A.A. Part IC.B. No. E10 E20 E30 E40 E50 E60 E70 E80 E90 E100 E120 E130 Part LSXY0508 LSEP3088A LSEB3087A LSEP3094A LSXY0509 LSEP3095A LSEP3092A LSEP3096A LSEP3097A LSEP3098A LSEP3099A1 LSEP3100A No. C.S.2V BOBD6R200002 ZENER RESISTORS Ref. Definition of Parts supplier: 1.2.B. 1 C.B. MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF Part CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP Name 12.4. C. 2 C.A.5V W/PLUG. R3901 R3902 R3903 R3904 R3905 R3906 R3907 R3908 R3911 R3912 R3913 R3914 R3915 R3916 R3917 R3918 R4801 R4802 R4803 R4804 Part No.

lUF 50V 10 l6V 10UF l6V 10UF l6V 10UF 25V 4.2UF l6V 50V O. No.0022UF 6. No.033UF 0.lUF O.1V 5.OlUF l6V 6. Part DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE Name & Description 5.7 lW 4.8K Remarks Ref.7K 0 0 0 0 50V 3.047UF 0. INTEGRATED Part No. No.7 15K 15K 33K 33K 470 470 470 470 0 820 4.0022UF 1000UF 100UF ELECTROLYTIC DIODES Ref. Q450l Q450l Q450l Q4504 Q4504 Part No.022UF 6.OlUF 50V 2.A. C450l C4502 C4503 C4504 C4505 C4506 C4507 C4508 Part No. R450l R4502 R4503 R4504 R4505 R4506 R4507 R4508 R4509 R45l0 R4511 R45l2 R45l3 R4525 R4526 R4527 R4543 R4544 R4545 R4546 Part No.4. No.1V 5.5V Remarks ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ENG36714GF ENG36712GF LSJA0468 SUB TUNER.B.UHF/VHF CONNECTOR 12. Part CONNECTOR CONNECTOR Name & Description W/PLUG.lUF 50V O.2UF 10UF 0.lUF 100PF 0.IPT·SOLC13 I Ref. C650l C6502 C6503 C6504 C6505 C700l C7002 C7003 C7004 C7007 C7008 C7009 C710l C7102 C7103 C7107 C750l C7502 C7503 C7504 C7505 C7507 C7508 C7509 C75l0 C75l3 C75l4 C75l5 C75l6 C75l7 C75l8 C75l9 C7520 Part No.0022UF 33PF 1000PF O.33UF 100UF 10UF 50V 2.lUF 0.3V O.1V Remarks ELECTROLYTIC MAZ405l0MF HZS5C2TD HZS5C3TD MA2C16700E BOAAELOOOOOl ZENER ZENER ZENER SI SI ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC RESISTORS Ref. MISCELLANEOUS Part Name & Description MAIN TUNER. W/PLUG. Part CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR Name 3P 2P CABLE W/PLUG.3UF CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP 25V 50V 50V l6V 25V ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC COILS Ref. CAPACITORS Part Name VLQSAB7D100K VLQSAB7D100K ELESN101KA 10UH 10UH 100UH & Description 35V 1000UF 35V 1000UF l6V 10UF Remarks ECA1VM102B ECA1VM102B ECEA1CKA100B ECQB1H104KF3 ECQB1H104KF3 ECJ2VB1E473K ECJ2VB1E473K ECJ2VB1E683K ECJ2VB1E683K ECEA1HKN010B ECEA1HKN010B ECJ2VF1H104Z ECJ2VF1H104Z ECA1HM100B ECEA1CKA100B ECEA1CKN100B ECEA1CKN100B ECEA1EKA4R7B ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC POLYESTER POLYESTER C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP 25V 25V 25V 25V CRYSTAL Part No.3.lUF 50V O. TRANSISTORS Part Name & Description CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP Remarks ERJ6GEYJ332V EVNCYAA03B14 ERJ6GEYJ563V ERJ6GEYJ182V l/lOW 10K l/lOW l/lOW VARIABLE 2SD0601AHL B1ABCFOOOOll B1ABCFOO0106 2SD0601AHL B1ABCFOOOOll B1ABCFOO0106 2SD0601AHL B1ABCFOOOOll B1ABCFOO0106 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN SI NPN CAPACITORS Ref. Part PIN HEADERS Ref. No. No.lUF 50V 0. No. P450l Remarks P4503 P4505 Description Part No. IC4501 IC4503 AUDIO AMP C. MGF MGF MGF Part CHIP CHIP CHIP Name & Description 4.3V 0. L700l L710l L750l Part No.068UF 0. D450l D450l D450l D4504 D4504 Part No. No. No.047UF 0. 756 757 758 Part No. LINEAR 89 .7UF Ref.0022UF 1000PF O.5V &: Description Remarks CIRCUITS Name &: K1KA03AOOO08 K1KA04AOO192 LSJA0473 C1AAOOOO0660 COCAAKEOOO13 IC.2UF O. R75l3 R75l4 R75l6 R75l7 Part No. OSCILLATOR Part Name & Description OSCILLATOR 50V O.3V 0.3V l6V O. UHF/VHF CABLE NR NR W/PLUG.22UF 50V 2.7K 15K 10K Remarks ERJ6GEYJ472V ERJ6GEYJ153V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERX1SJ4R7P ERX1SJ4R7P ERJ6GEYJ153V ERJ6GEYJ153V ERJ6GEYJ333V ERJ6GEYJ333V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYJ821V ERJ6GEYJ472V ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV ERJ6GEYOROOV l/lOW l/lOW l/lOW ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC C CHIP C CHIP l6V 25V METAL METAL MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF FILM FILM lW 4. Part C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP C CHIP Name 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V & Description Remarks Q4504 Q4505 Q4505 Q4505 ECJ2VF1H103Z ECJ2VC1H101J ECEAOJKA101I ECJ2VF1H104Z ECJ2VC1H101J ECJ2VB1H222K ECAOJM102B ECJ2VB1H222K ECJ2VC1H33OJ ECJ2VB1H102K ECJ2VF1H103Z ECEA1CKA100I ECJ2VB1H222K ECAOJM102B ECJ2VB1H222K ECJ2VB1H102K ECJ2VF1H103Z ECEA1HKA2R21 ECEA1CKA100I ECEA1HKAR33I ECEA1HKA3R31 ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VB1E223K ECEAOJKA101I ECEA1HKA2R21 ECEA1CKA100I ECJ2VB1E104K ECJ2VF1H103Z ECJ2VB1H333K ECJ2VB1C224K ECEA1HKA2R21 ECJ2VB1E104K ECEA1HKAR33I O.OlUF 100PF 6. Part COIL COIL COIL Name &: Description Remarks Ref. No. P7002 P7003 Part LSJA0465 LSJA0466 No.lUF 0. MGF MGF MGF Part CHIP CHIP CHIP Name & Description 3.33UF 10UF 1000UF 0. Ref.3K 56K 1.OlUF 0.33V Remarks C4509 C45l0 C45ll C45l2 C45l3 C45l4 C45l6 C4526 C4527 C4528 CABLE CABLE ELECTROLYTIC ELECTROLYTIC C CHIP C CHIP 50V O. No.068UF 50V lUF 50V lUF EFOEC4004T4 CRYSTAL PIN HEADERS Ref. LINEAR IC.

Q6701 Q6701 Q6701 Q6702 Q6702 Q6702 OPERATION C. Part CONNECTOR Name « Description W/PLUG. CAPACITORS Part No. Part SWITCH Name PUSH « Description K6B2AGA00038 KOL1BA000070 MISCELLANEOUS Ref. CABLE PIN HEADERS Part No.5V CABLE SWITCHES Ref. P4551 P4552 P4553 Part No. No. RESISTORS Part Name « Description DIODES Part No.B.5.4.3UF F2J1J3R3A003 ELECTROLYTIC 63V PIN HEADERS Ref.B. No.RELAY Part No.B. No.A. THERMISTOR 2 C. Part CLAMPER SCREW W/WASHER.4. Part Name « Description 3.4. SW6701 SW6702 SW6703 SW6704 SW6705 Part EVQ11G05R EVQ11G05R EVQ11G05R EVQllG05R EVQllG05R No. Part CONNECTOR Name « Description W/PLUG. Part CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR Name 2P 2P 2P « Description Remarks K1KA02A00229 K1KA02AOO188 K1KA02AOOO08 12. RUBBER SINK D4CA35030002 THERMISTER PIN HEADERS Part No.A.A.B. MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF MGF Part CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP Name « Description 10K 10K 390 220 10K 10K K1KA02B00051 ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ391V ERJ6GEYJ221V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ103V 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W MISCELLANEOUS Part LSJA0478 No. Part RELAY Name « SWITCHES Description Part No. Part Name K1KA02A00096 Description CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP Part No.A.7.B. Part CONNECTOR Name « Description W/PLUG. Remarks « MISCELLANEOUS Part LSJA0477 No. 2SB1218AOL B1ADCFOOO063 B1ADCFOOO075 2SB1218AOL B1ADCFOOO063 B1ADCFOOO075 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI PNP SI PNP SI PNP SI PNP SI PNP SI PNP CABLE 12. TRANSISTORS Part No.6. Part CONNECTOR Name 2P « Description 12. Part SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH Name PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH « Description Remarks 12.4.8. Part LIGHT Name « Description DIODE GREEN D4CE31330001 THERMISTOR B3AGA0000072 EMITTING PIN HEADERS Part Remarks No. PIN HEADERS Part No. Part Name « Description CUSHION. No.STEEL SCREW. No. Ref.4.4. RESISTORS Part No. Part CONNECTOR Name « Description W/PLUG CABLE 90 . 83 417 438 714 759 Part TMM5439-1 XYN3+K10 XTW3+10J VMTS0035 LSSC0634 No.A. Part CONNECTOR Name 2P « Description RESISTORS Ref. THERMISTOR 1 C. COVER SWITCH C. STEEL TAPPING HEAT Name & Description Remarks 12. NETWORK C. R6702 R6703 R6704 R6705 R6706 R6707 Part No.