ORDER NO.

ARP3179
PDP-R04E

MEDIA RECEIVER

PDP-R04E
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
PDP-R04E PDP-R04E WYVI6 WYVI6XK

Type
AC220-240V AC220-240V

Power Requirement

Remarks

Please connect this model to the PLASMA DISPLAY PDP-504PE or PDP-434PE, for adjustment and operation inspection.

Confirm it
Serial No.

WYVI6 For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services". WYVI6XK

SS UK

PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

PIONEER CORPORATION 2003

T-ZZK NOV. 2003 printed in Japan

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SAFETY INFORMATION
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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
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WARNING This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 – Proposition 65

NOTICE (FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY) Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or (slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must be of identical designation. REMARQUE (POUR MODÈLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
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Les symboles de fusible

(fusible de type rapide) et/ou

(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que

les pièces de remplacement doivent avoir la même désignation.

(FOR USA MODEL ONLY) 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be perfor med for the continued protection of the customer and ser vice technician.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
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Measure leakage current to a known ear th ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the ear th ground and all exposed metal par ts of the appliance (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120V AC 60 Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 mA.

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER. 2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance have special safety related character istics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement par ts which have these special safety character istics are identified in this Service Manual. Electr ical components having such features are identified by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards. Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest infor mation, always consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER Ser vice Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from PIONEER.

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Device under test Test all exposed metal surfaces

Leakage current tester

Reading should not be above 0.5 mA

Also test with plug reversed (Using AC adapter plug as required)

Earth ground

AC Leakage Test
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[ Important symbols for good services ]
In this manual, the symbols shown-below indicate that adjustments, settings or cleaning should be made securely. When you find the procedures bearing any of the symbols, be sure to fulfill them:
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1. Product safety
You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performances of the product, optimum adjustments or specification confirmation is indispensable. In accordance with the procedures or instructions described in this manual, adjustments should be performed.

3. Cleaning
For optical pickups, tape-deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, and other parts requiring cleaning, proper cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.
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4. Shipping mode and shipping screws
To protect the product from damages or failures that may be caused during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be installed before shipping out in accordance with this manual, if necessary.

5. Lubricants, glues, and replacement parts
Appropriately applying grease or glue can maintain the product performances. But improper lubrication or applying glue may lead to failures or troubles in the product. By following the instructions in this manual, be sure to apply the prescribed grease or glue to proper portions by the appropriate amount.For replacement parts or tools, the prescribed ones should be used.
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......... 56 3...............2 REG ASSY.........1........................................................................................8 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (6/13)......................................1 PROCESSING IN ABNORMALITY (TRAP SW)... 100 6.............14 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (12/13)............................. GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................................. 14 3..............................................1................................................................................3 AV BOARD ASSY...................................... 142 7.....................................................3 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (1/13).......................................4 AV BOARD and SR ASSYS.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30 3...................8 LIST OF RS-232C COMMANDS .................................................................................................................. 64 3.............................................................................................................. 90 5.................................................................25 SR ASSY .........5 PC CARD MODULE ............................................................................................ 72 3..........................................................................................................................................2 EXPLANATION .....................15 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (13/13)...........29 REG ASSY............................................26 FRONT ASSY (1/2)................................................................................................................................................................................22 AV BOARD ASSY (7/8).............................................................31 WAVEFORMS ..............................................................................2 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY................... 32 3.............................................................................. 105 6...........................................1 HOW TO ENTER SERVICE FACTORY MODE............................. 68 3..............................4 POWER SUPPLY UNIT ............................................................................................................ 80 4. 34 3.................30 AC SW ASSY and POWER SUPPLY UNIT .........1 AC SW and MDR ASSYS ................... 142 7..23 AV BOARD ASSY (8/8)...................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 3................................... 129 7..........................................................................................................................................................................2 PROCESSING IN ABNORMALITY ....................................................................................................................16 AV BOARD ASSY (1/8)............................1 TROUBLE SHOOTING ........................................2 EXTERIOR SECTION.. 124 7.................................................... 102 6............................1......................................................................................................................................... 71 3.....................................2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM..................... 52 3............................1 DIAGNOSIS ............................................................................................... 146 7...................................4 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ........................................................4 CLEANING................................................................................................................................... 101 6....... 28 3...................................................................................................... 100 6........................................................................................................................................... 20 3.................................... 48 3.... 62 3........... 46 3...............................................................................................................................................................7 SERVICE FACTORY MODE ....................................................... 18 3...............................5 TRAP SWITCH ................................................ 129 7........................................................................................1 2 3 4 A B C D E F SAFETY INFORMATION .... 12 3............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 100 6................................13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (11/13)............ 107 6.............19 AV BOARD ASSY (4/8)........1 BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .............1 PACKING ..1..................................................................................................................................................................... 82 4..... 19 3................................................................... 2 1........... PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ......................................... 180 8........................................... PANEL FACILITIES . 60 3.............. 38 3...............12 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (10/13)...................................................................................................................................... 54 3................ 129 7.................24 MDR ASSY ... ADJUSTMENT ..........................3.................................................9 OUTLINE OF COMMANDS .....................4 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (2/13)........................... 106 6........................................................................................3 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY ........................................11 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (9/13)..................................................... 86 4........ 80 4...................................................... 81 4........ 143 7...............10 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (8/13)........ 77 4.............................. 66 3........................................................3 FRONT SECTION........................................................................................... EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST .............7 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (5/13)..........1 IC ........20 AV BOARD ASSY (5/8).......................................................................................................................... 146 7....................................................................................................6 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (4/13)........................................................... 26 3......................................................9 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (7/13)... 50 3..................................................................................1.................. 6 2................................. PCB PARTS LIST .......................................... 8 2..................................................................................... 42 3.............................................................................................................................................1 SIGNAL ROUTE ....................................... 92 6................................. 36 3.................... 140 7................................................................................... BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ....................................................................................... 70 3..................................................................................................................................................................................................2.......................18 AV BOARD ASSY (3/8)................................................ SPECIFICATIONS ...17 AV BOARD ASSY (2/8).......................................................2.............................................................6 SERVICING USING ONLY THE MEDIA RECEIVER ......................................................... 16 3................................................... 58 3...................................................................................................................................32 VOLTAGES ..........................27 FRONT ASSY (2/2).................................................................................... 181 PDP-R04E 4 1 2 3 4 CONTENTS ....................................................................................................21 AV BOARD ASSY (6/8).................................................................................................... 12 3..........................1........................................................................................................................................... 10 3............................... 76 3........... 5 2......................................................3 PARTS.......................................3 USING RS-232C COMMANDS....................................................................................................... 22 3...................... 44 3.........5 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (3/13)....................................5 FRONT and LED ASSY ........................................................................................................................2 POSSIBLE CASES WHERE READJUSTMENT IS REQUIRED ............................................ 121 6................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 2..................................................................... 74 3......................................................1..........................................................................................................................2 DISASSEMBLY.........28 LED ASSY .................................................... 12 3.... 24 3...................................................................................................................................................................................

K. AV link*1 ) SCART (AV in/out. except U. AV out (Front) 16–32 Ω recommended 220–240 V AC . 50/60 Hz. Audio in (Rear) S-VIDEO out. E AA size battery x 2 (Manganese battery) Screw x 4 (PMB40P120FZK) (for stand) Screw hole cap x 4 (AMR3363) Stand (AXG1013) System cable (3 m) (ADF1021) Two operating instructions F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 5 . 38 W (0. I21–I69ch.58/NTSC 4.43/PAL 60 B/G. Auto Sort NICAM/A2 SCART (AV in. TV out) SCART (AV in/out. RGB in. and Eire) (ADG1214) (For U. RGB in. Auto Label. D/K.5 6 7 8 1. S1–S41ch 99 ch. AV link* 1 ). L/L’ E2–E69ch. S-VIDEO in. Auto Preset. Component Video in. AV in 15 Pin mini D-Sub. S-VIDEO in.K. HDMI in 75 Ω Din Type for VHF/UHF in S-VIDEO. and Eire) Remote control unit (AXD1481) Only the power code that is appropriate in your country or region is supplied.4 W Standby) 420 (W) × 90 (H) × 297 (D) mm 5. F2–F10ch. Model: PDP-R04E PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.0 kg C B A SUB WOOFER OUTPUT Terminal (Rear) Variable • accessories Power cord (2 m) D (For Europe. SPECIFICATIONS Item Colour System TV Function Receiving System Tuner VHF/UHF CATV Auto Channel Preset STEREO Terminals Rear INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 Antenna Front MONITOR OUTPUT Terminal PHONES OUTPUT Terminal Power Requirement Dimensions Weight INPUT 4 PC Media Receiver. IR A–IR Jch Hyper-band. I.

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
NOTES:
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Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly. For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

2.1 PACKING
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PACKING parts List
Mark No. 1 2 3 Description Part No. Mark No. 16 17 18 19 20 NSP 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Description Protector Cardboard Spacer Top Pad Accessory Box Carton E Literature Bag Laminated Sheet Bag Vinyl Bag Vinyl Bag Screw Caution Card (10L) Caution Card User Card C Part No. AHA2305 AHB1246 AHB1247 AHC1051 See Contrast table(2) AHG1303 AHG1332 AHG1337 AHG1340 PMB40P120FZK ARM1234 ARM1223 ARY1142
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4 5 NSP 6 > 7 > 8 9 10 11 12 NSP 13 NSP 14 15

Operating Instructions ARE1368 (English/French/Spanish) Operating Instructions ARC1520 (Italian/Dutch/Swedish/Spanish) Operating Instructions ARE1375 about HDMI (English/French/Spanish/ Italian/Dutch/Swedish/Spanish) Remote Control Unit AXD1481 Battery Cover AZN7919 Battery (R6P/AA) (2P) System-cable (3m) Power Cord Screw Hole Cap User Card A User Card B Stand Assy Stand Cushion Stand Laminated Sheet Bag AEX1026 ADF1021 ADG1214 AMR3363 ARY1139 ARY1140 AXG1013 AEB1390 AMR3352 AHG1334

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(2) CONTRAST TABLE PDP-R04E/WYVI6 and PDP-R04E/WYVI6XK are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark NO 20 Carton E Symbol and Description PDP-R04E/ WYVI6 AHD3171 PDP-R04E/ WYVI6XK AHD3231

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AWV2041 AWZ6813 AWZ6778 AWZ6817 AWZ6832 AWZ6816 AWZ6814 AXY1065 AXY1073 AKP1249 ASG1089 AXM1041 ADD1209 ADD1210 ADD1213 ADD1214 ADD1226 ADD1245 ADX2831 ADX2832 ADX2833 ADX2836 ADX2837 ADX2852 ADX2859 ADX2860 ANH1618 ANA1771 ANB1864 See Contrast table(2) ANG2564 AXG1012 ANG2581 ANG2568 AEB1377 AEC1936 ANE1615 ANE1616 ANG2615 ANG2640 ANK1717 ANK1718 ANK1719 ANK1720 Mark No. AEC1097 A AEC1256 AEC1429 AEC1745 AEC1945 AEC1946 AEC1959 AEC1963 AEC1971 BEC1120 AEB1395 ANG2639 AEB1396 ANG2657 ANK1722 AEC1964 AEB1379 ANG2636 ANG2643 ANG2649 ANG2578 ANG2646 AEC1982 AEC1960 AEC1884 AEC1983 AMR3393 AEC1671 AAX2787 AAX3011 BBA1051 ABZ30P080FZK BBB30P080FMC BBZ30P060FZK BMZ30P060FNI BPZ30P100FZK CBZ30P080FZK PMZ26P060FZK ABZ30P060FMC ABZ30P180FMC BMZ30P060FMC E > > > B > > > > > > C D > > > > > > (2) CONTRAST TABLE PDP-R04E/WYVI6 and PDP-R04E/WYVI6XK are constructed the same except for the following: Mark NO 30 Symbol and Description Terminal Panel E 5 6 F PDP-R04E/ WYVI6 ANC2353 PDP-R04E/ WYVI6XK ANC2359 7 PDP-R04E 8 9 .5 6 7 8 EXTERIOR SECTION parts List Mark No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Description MR MAIN BOARD Assy AV BOARD Assy MDR Assy SR Assy FRONT Assy LED Assy REG Assy POWER SUPPLY Unit PC Card Module AC INLET (CN1) TRAP Switch Fan Motor 60 x 25L Flexible Cable (J202) Flexible Cable (J203) Flexible Cable (J206) Flexible Cable (J207) Flexible Cable (J208) Flexible Cable (J205) Wire Harness (J103) Earth Wire (J104) 15P Housing Wire (J105) 3P Housing Wire (J107) 3P Housing Wire (J108) 6P Housing Wire (J111) 16P Housing Wire (J112) 7P Housing Wire (J113) Heatsink HDMI Base Chassis Front Chassis E Terminal Panel E Center Stay Leg Assy SR Holder E Fan Holder Insulation Rubber Barrier A Metal Bonnet Top Metal Bonnet Bottom Front Shield A Front Shield C E Gasket A Gasket B Gasket C Gasket D Part No. 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 > 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 Description PCB Holder Spacer Locking Card Spacer Wire Saddle Reuse Wire Saddle Edge Saddle Mini Card Spacer Reuse Clamp Mini Clamp Card Spacer A FFC Cushion DVI Shield S DVI Cushion Front Earth Plate Gasket F Circuit Board Spacer Silicon Sheet HDMI Scart Shield S Scart Shield W Shield Plate SF PC Shield HDMI Shield HL28 Circuit Board Spacer Clamp Mini Card Spacer PC Guide Nyron Rivet •••••• Label (BLUE 16) Eye Catching Label Hexagonal Head Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Part No.

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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 Description AC SW Assy PC Spring SW Holder SW Spring Power Button Front Panel Assy E Magnet Holder Magnet Dumper Special Screw 3x8 Screw Screw Panel A (EGC) Panel B (EGC) Door Inner Cover E Door Front Panel A E Front Panel B Door Cap L Door Cap R Sealing Sheet E Pioneer Badge Door Cushion Lens for LED Screw Screw PC Card Door Serial Sheet Power Switch (S1) Part No.5 6 7 8 FRONT SECTION parts List Mark No. AWZ6783 ABH1112 ANG2565 ABH1109 AAD4124 AXG1004 ANG2579 AMF1003 AXA1017 ABA1309 B A BPZ30P080FZK JPZ20P035FNI AAK2816 AAK2805 AAK2808 AAN1469 AMB2772 AMB2767 AMR3360 AMR3361 AAL2449 VAM1124 AEB1391 AMR3353 APZ30P080FMC BMZ30P060FMC AMR3365 AAX2609 ASG1093 C > D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 11 .

1 SIGNAL ROUTE B AV BOARD ASSY Antenna Input IC7501 AXF1119 U7501 IC8002 TDA9818TS A MR MAIN BOARD ASSY TTX_R/G/B_DIG IC7502 MSP3417G B V/Y C IC8904 IC8906 TA1287 R_TXT_MAIN G_TXT_MAIN B_TXT_MAIN R_DA_MAIN G_DA_MAIN B_DA_MAIN HD_TXT_MAIN VD_TXT_MAIN Video1 SLOW_SW_1 SDA6000 CXA 2069Q IC8901 PST9230N Video2 SLOW_SW_2 TA1287 IC9106 Video3 SLOW_SW_3 HD_TXT VD_TXT HD_TXT TC74V HC126 FT Y/Pb/Pr R/G/B HD_TXT SM5301 BS-TFB IC6401 BA7078AF MAINC_Y IC6404 PCA_H TC74VHC126FT IC6405 Video4 C PCin HP E FRONT ASSY SW BH3544AFS BH3540AFS IC8007 IC8008 IC9108 V/Y C SUB WOOFER RAPID_SW_3 IC9105 TL4051BF TC4052BFT TA1287 Y/Pb/Pr R/G/B SM5301 BS-TFB IC6601 D IC9101 TL4051BP RAPID_SW_1 IC8003 IC8004 TC4052RFT PCA_H_SUV BA7078AF IC6604 Mon.Out IC8005 Video3 comp AN15852A AV_SW0 AV_SW1 REM KEY HDMI_LCH HDMI_RCH SUBC_Y H/V IC6803 PCM1742KE SII9993CTG100 E RESET HD64F368 7FP 24LC01B IC8705 SCL SDA IC8702 PST3630UR IC8703 SDA_AV SCL_AV IC6881 IC7207 MB91F355PMTG RELAY TXD_IF RXD_IF REQ_IF CE_IF BUSY_IF RESET NJM12904V IC7301 PST3628UR IC7203 SCL SDA F PC CARD MODULE IC7302 M5291FP I 12 1 2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT HDMI FAN PDP-R04E 3 4 . BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 3.1 2 3 4 3.1.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM A 3.

5 6 7 8 A Video signal Audio signal Composite signal Component/RGB signal Separate signal Digital Video signal Digital Audio signal Synchronized signal Data signal Control signal RF signal IC7001 HV57V6432 20CT-7 IC7002 HV57V6432 20CT-7 5 13 32 IC6107 A/D 3DY/C FOMAT Decoder PCA_H PCA_V 32 B 24 24 PE5362A CN7401 PLASMA DISPLAY WHITE TMDS IC7404 TC74VCX 08FT PD0278A AD9883A IC6402 PD6435A CK_MAIN HD_MAIN VD_MAIN DE_MAIN IC7004 HD1_MAIN VD1_MAIN HD2_MAIN VD2_MAIN IC6951 HD_MAIN VD_MAIN HD_SUB VD_SUB TC74VHC126FT IC6408 IC6607 TC74VHC126FT 48 H_IC2 V_IC2 DE_IC2 FILM_IC2 CYCLE_IC2 PHASE_IC2 DCLK_IC2 CLK0 VD0 HD0 DE0 C IC6255 PCA_H_SUB PCA_V_SUB CK_SUB HD_SUB VD_SUB DE_SUB HD1_SUB VH_1SUB IC7403 TC74VCX 574FT IC7401 24 PD0278A 24 24 PD5855A IC6602 AD9883A KST-110 HD2_SUB VD2_SUB TC74VHC126FT IC6603 SCL_MA SDA_MA 16 CLK_IC3 TXD_IC3 RXD_IC3 IC3_CE IC3_BUSY IC3_REQ 21 MBM29PL320 0BE70PFV IC7152 MBM29PL320 0BE70PFV IC7151 24 IC7101 Sii170BC L54 D Buff CN9301 PLASMA DISPLAY BLACK CLK_IC2 TXD_IC2 RXD_IC2 IC2_OE IC2_CE REM KEY E C SDA_HDCP SDL_HDCP MDR ASSY IC7202 TC74VHC125FT UARTRXD UARTTXD 24LC128(I)SN IC7205 RDV2 GDV2 BDV2 CKDV2 DEDV2 VDV2 HDV2 F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 13 .

R/G/B_TXT_SUB PCA_H/V_SUB LPF SUB IC6601 SM5301BS R/G/B_OUT AD SUB HD_SUB IC6602 AD9883AKST-110 E SUB_Y/C SUBC_Y CN7453 AKM1232 SYSCLK1S Y/C SEP.HDV2 MAIN_Y/C R/G/B_DA_MAIN TD0_IC1M Y/C SEP.1 2 3 4 3. SUB IC6255 PD0278A TD0-ICIS HD/VD_TXT_SUB HD/VD_SUB TRST.RST TCK.DEDV2.KEYSCAN.UARTRXD 14 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .SDIJTAG. CHROMA DEC.VDV2.TDI.TMS UARTTXD R/G/B_DA_SUB F DBI. CHROMA DEC.STB_MT CST1.2 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY A CN7455 AKM1201 SP_R/L..TRST_IC3.DEDV1 CLAMP_MAIN HDMI Rx IC6881 SII9993CTG100 IC6803 PCM1742KE IC6101 TC7W126FU X6101 DCT115 SYSCLK1S A MR MAIN BOARD ASSY B JA6881 AKP1232 CN7454 AKM1201 RDV2/GDV2/BDV2[0:7]. MAIN IC6107 PD0278A RA/GA/BA/CK/DE/FLD_MAIN HD/VD_MAIN HD/VD_TXT_MAIN MAINC_Y C PCA_H/V MAINC_Y/PB/PR R/G/B_TXT_MAIN LPF MAIN IC6401 SM5301BS R/G/B_OUT AD MAIN HD_MAIN IC6402 AD9883AKST-110 RESETX IC7451 TC74VHC08FT RESETX2 TRST RESETX1 SEL IC6951 PD6435A RESETX3 HD/VD_MAIN D HD/VD_TXT CLAMP_SUB BUFFER IC7452 TC74VHC126FT HD/VD_SUB R/G/B_TXT_SUB SUBC_Y/PB/PR. CKDV1.1. CKDV2.SR_OUT HDMI_RCH/LCH RDV1/GDV1/BDV1[0:7].

HD0 LOGIC IC7403 TC74VCX574FT F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 15 .5 6 7 8 A CN7402 AKM1234 MAIN_UCOM[1:176] FLD_MAIN MAIN UCOM IC7207 RST_ASIC.V CLK0 RESIZE MIX SYNC SEP.SUB IC6604 BA7078AF SYNC SEL IC6603 TC74VHC126FT RA/GA/BA/CK/DE/FLD_SUB IC7101 PE5855A RA/GA/BA VD0 HD2/VD2_SUB CN7401 AKP1216 E TMDS[0:7] LOGIC IC7404 TC74VCX08FT DE0. MB91F35APMTGE1 RST2 IC7209 TC74VHC08FT RESETX B SYNC SEL IC6405 TC74VHC126FT SYNC SEP.MAIN IC6404 BA7078AF IC7202 TC74VHC125FT UARTTXD UARTRXD RESET IC IC7210 PST3612UR HD2/VD2_MAIN SDRAM IC7001 HY57V643220CT-7 SYNC SEL IC6408 TC74VHC126FT RA/GA/BA/CK_MAIN C HD1/VD1_MAIN I/P IC7004 PE5326A PLLHD/PLLHOLD/CLAMP_MAIN TD0-IC2 SYSCLK_2 IC7003 TC74LCX125FT SD RAM IC7002 HY57V643220CT-7 FIELD2 RA/GA/BA/CK/DE_MAIN RA/GA/BA/CK/DE_SUB TD0_IC3 RA/GA/BA/ RB/GB/BB_IC2 FIELD SYSCLK_3 D PLLHD/PLLHOLD/CLAMP_SUB RA/GA/BA/CK_SUB SDRAM IC7151 MBM20PL3200BE70PFV SYNC SEL IC6607 TC74VHC126FT HD1/VD1_SUB SDRAM IC7152 MBM20PL3200BE70PFV DVI TX IC7401 SII170BCLG64 H.

3 AV BOARD ASSY A B AV BOARD ASSY ANTENNA IN U7501 AXF1119 IC7501 TDA9818TS AIR_HS/AFT AIR_V AIR_R/L V1_RED/GRN/BLE V1_V/R/L SLOW_SW1 RAPID_SW SLOW_SW2 V2_V/Y/C/R/L VOUT AUDIO_R/L VOUT3 RAPID_SW3 SLOW_SW3 V3_V/Y/C DVD_RCH/LCH AUDIO_R/L V3_RED/GRN/BLE Y VIDEO3 COMPONENT PB PR CN9502 CN8653 AKM1201 AKM1201 V4_Y V4_C VIDEO4 V4_V V4_R V4_L HP_L H.IC F 16 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3.P. HP_R 32 30 25 20 22 38 36 19 21 26 31 29 13 15 33 35 38 40 42 44 46 V4_Y V4_C V4_V V4_R V4_L HP_L HP_R PC_LCH PC_RCH PC_R PC_G PC_B PC_H PC_V IC8008 BH3540AFS IC8007 BH3544F IC8901 PST9230N IC9104 HY57V641620HG T-7 SM6K2 MAIN_Y IC8904 SDA6000 AIR_V AIR_R/L IC8002 CXA2069Q IC7502 MSP3417G B VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 C TELETEXT UCOM D PC_LCH 18 FRONT ASSY PC_RCH 16 PC_R PC_G PC PC_B PC_H PC_V 13 11 9 7 5 E 6dB AMP E PC CARD MODULE CN501 CN8660 HFW12S-2STE1 12 YUVD1_R 10 YUVD1_G 8 YUVD1_B 4 CARD_V 5 CARD_H 2 TXD_CARD 1 RXD_CARD VOL.1.

48.33-38.50 AUDIO_R AUDIO_L HDMI_RCH HDMI_LCH SCL_AV SDA_AV AIR_HS AIR_AFT HP_VOL TXT_RGB_DIG 1 3 5 7 32 31 25 26 47 10-25 9 UIF UCOM B IC8004 NJM12904V TXT WKP IC8902 TC7W126FU C 44 MAIN_SW_A/C IC9105 TC4051BF IC8907 TC7SH04FU PIXEL_CLK_IN CLAMP_MAIN CN8652 AKM1201 IC9107 TC4051BF SUB_SW_A/C IC9106 TA1287 IC8906 TA1287 IC9101 MBM29LV160TE -90FTN IC9108 TA1287 IC8005 AN1585 MAINC_Y/PB/PR SUBC_Y/PB/PR SUB WOOFER HP_VOL PC_V IC8001 TC72H124FU IC7702 TC74VHC125FT IC7701 TC74VHC125FT PN2 MAIN_Y MAIN_C SUB_Y SUB_C WE_TXT VD_TXT_MAIN HD_TXT_MAIN R_TXT_MAIN G_TXT_MAIN B_TXT_MAIN R_DA_MAIN G_DA_MAIN B_DA_MAIN CLAMP_SUB R_DA_SUB G_DA_SUB B_DA_SUB R_TXT_SUB G_TXT_SUB B_TXT_SUB MAINC_Y MAINC_PB MAINC_PR SUBC_Y SUBC_PB SUBC_PR DSUB_DET PCA_V PCA_H PCA_V_SUB PCA_H_SUB TXD_CARD RXD_CARD 3 49 47 39 37 2 4 5 29 30 31 45 43 41 12 35 34 33 19 20 21 25 27 23 15 17 13 1 6 7 8 9 11 10 D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 17 .5 6 7 8 A IC8705 24LC01B AUDIO_L AUDIO_R IC8003 TC4052BFT VOUT COUT YOUT MONITOR OUT IC8704 TC72128FU IC8701 TC74VHC08FT IC8703 PST8231N AUDIO SW IC8702 HD64F3687FP CN8654 AKM1201 UIF_UCOM 28-30.

TRIGGER 3 4 4 . 4 12V 5.5V 9.1.4 POWER SUPPLY UNIT POWER SUPPLY UNIT 1 RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT RELAY SWITCH POWER FACTOR CONTROL CIRCUIT RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT FILTER CIRCUIT INPUT DETECTION OUTPUT CONNECTOR 7.F E B A D C 18 I 3. 6 GND PWM CONTROL IC OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONTROL CIRCUIT OVER VOLTAGE DETECTION RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY (SIGNAL SYSTEM) SIGNAL OUTPUT CIRCUIT 16 INPUT DETECTION SIGNAL OUTPUT CIRCUIT AC.DET RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT 15 RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT FILTER 12 3 . 10 GND SWITCHING DEVICE RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT OVERCURRENT DETECTOR RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT FILTER CIRCUIT FILTER CIRCUIT 1 2 17V GND 3. 3V 13 GND SWITCHING DEVICE OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONTROL CIRCUIT ON / OFF CIRCUIT 14 POWER ON 1 INPUT CONNECTOR INRUSH CURRENT LIMITER AC IN INPUT FILTER CIRCUIT 2 2 PDP-R04E 3 PD . 8 6 .

TXD_CARD = RXD_CARD B IC400 (PCMCIA) IC603 (VRAM) IC600 (GDC) IC600 (GDC) Vsync Rout Gout Bout CN401.5 PC CARD MODULE J PC CARD MODURE A IC100 (CPU) IC300 (FLASH) IC301 (SDRAM) IC302 (SDRAM) CN501 TxD RxD Hsync CN501 1 YUVD1_R 2 GND 3 YUVD1_G 4 GND 5 YUVD1_B 6 GND 7 YGND 8 CARD_H 9 CARD_V 0 NC .1.3V 1.5V IC1 IC1 CN1 3.3V CN501 1 3.3V 3.7V IC3 C IC4 5V D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 19 .5 6 7 8 3.3V 3 GND 4 GND 5 5V 6 GND PC-card 1. 2 (PCMCIA) 1.9V 2.3V 2 3.7V 3.

2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM A J E E 1/2 .1 2 3 4 3.E 2/2 FRONT ASSY (AWZ6832) PC CARD MODULE (AXY1073) B C G REG ASSY (AWZ6814) D B B 1/8 .B 8/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) E D F F LED ASSY (AWZ6816) SR ASSY (AWZ6817) I 20 1 2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT (AXY1065) 4 PDP-R04E 3 .

A 13/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) B C D E C MDR ASSY (AWZ6778) H AC SW ASSY (AWZ6783) AKP1249 POWER CORD ADG1214 F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 21 . when replacing. A FAN MOTOR 60X25L A A 1/13 . be sure to refer to “EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST” or “PCB PARTS LIST”. • The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. be sure to use parts of identical designation.5 6 7 8 NOTES: • When ordering service parts. • : The power supply is shown with the marked box. Therefore.

1 2 3 4 3. C V SYNC SEP.3 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (1/13) A A 1/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ GR BLOCK B NOT USED C SYNC SEP. D A 13/13 E A 13/13 F A 1/13 22 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 A NOT USED A 2/13-9/13. 3/13 F A 1/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 23 . 11/13-13/13 B C (Ghosts Reduce IC) D E A 2/13.

8/13 A 4/13.1 2 3 4 3. 3/13 A 2/13 24 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 A 4/13. 8/13 B +polality C D E F A 1/13. 11/13 A 7/13. 13/13 .4 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (2/13) A A 2/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ MICHAEL MAIN BLOCK A 8/13. 7/13.

7/13. 13/13 A 1/13. 13/13 A 13/13 A 3/13 A 3/13. 11/13-13/13 F A 3/13. 8/13. 9/13.5 6 7 8 A A 7/13 B A 3/13 C A 13/13 A 13/13 D A 13/13 E A 3/13. 13/13 A 2/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 25 . 3/13-9/13. 8/13. 6/13.

2/13 PDP-R04E 3 4 A 2/13 .5 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (3/13) A +polality A 9/13 A 7/13. 9/13 A 5/13.1 2 3 4 3. 13/13 B C D E F A 3/13 26 1 2 A 1/13. 7/13. 9/13 A 5/13.

11/13-13/13 A 2/13. 13/13 F A 3/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 27 . 8/13. 9/13. 8/13. 2/13.5 6 7 8 A 3/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ MICHAEL SUB BLOCK A B A 13/13 C A 13/13 D A 13/13 E A A A A A 1/13. 13/13 2/13. 7/13. 6/13. 13/13 2/13 8/13 2/13. 4/13-9/13.

8/13 A 2/13. 8/13 F A 4/13 28 1 2 A 8/13 PDP-R04E 3 4 .6 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (4/13) A A 4/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ AD MAIN BLOCK H : Ch B (TEXT RGB) L : Ch A (COMPONENT / PC RGB) H : FILTER THROUGH L : FILTER ON A 13/13 A 13/13 B A 13/13 C A 13/13 D E SELECTOR A 13/13 A 2/13. 7/13.1 2 3 4 3. 4/13. 7/13.

8/13 A 2/13. 11/13-13/13 H : FILTER THROUGH L : FILTER ON A 2/13. 8/13 C A 8/13 A 8/13. 5/13-9/13. 8/13 D 5 → 3. 4/13. SELECTOR A 1/13-3/13.3V CONVERTER or SYNC. 13/13 A 2/13. 7/13. 13/13 E 4 A 8/13 5 L : COMPONENT / PC RGB F A 4/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 29 . 7/13. 7/13.5 6 7 8 A 1 B 2 3 A 2/13.

9/13 A 13/13 F A 3/13. 7/13. 9/13 A 5/13 30 1 2 A 9/13 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 5/13.1 2 3 4 3. 7/13.7 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (5/13) A A 5/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ AD SUB BLOCK H : Ch B (TEXT RGB) L : Ch A (COMPONENT / PC RGB) H : FILTER THROUGH L : FILTER ON A 13/13 B 6 A 13/13 A 13/13 7 8 C A 13/13 D E A 13/13 A 3/13.

3V CONVERTER or SYNC. 9/13 5 + 3. 7/13. 13/13 A 3/13. 9/13 A 3/13. 13/13 9 E A 9/13 10 L : COMPONENT / PC RGB F A 5/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 31 . 7/13. 5/13. 7/13. 6/13-9/13. 11/13-13/13 H : FILTER THROUGH L : FILTER ON D A 3/13.5 6 7 8 A B C A 3/13. 9/13 A 9/13 A 3/13. SELECTOR A 1/13-4/13.

8 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (6/13) A A 6/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ HDMI RX BLOCK B C D E F A 6/13 32 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3.

7/13. 11/13-13/13 D A 7/13 E A 13/13 A 7/13 A 13/13 F A 6/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 33 .5 6 7 8 A B A 12/13 A 7/13 A 13/13 A 7/13 C A 2/13. 7/13-9/13. 3/13. 13/13 A 1/13-5/13.

8/13. 9/13.9 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (7/13) A A 7/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ ROZ BLOCK B A 2/13. 3/13. 11/13-13/13 C D E F A 6/13 A 7/13 34 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3. 6/13. 13/13 A 1/13-6/13.

9/13 B C D A 6/13 E F A 7/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 35 . 8/13 A 3/13. 8/13 A 2/13. 4/13. 5/13.5 6 7 8 A A 2/13. 9/13 A 3/13.

4/13.10 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (8/13) A A 8/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ CELIA BLOCK B C D E A 9/13 A 12/13 A 9/13 A 2/13.1 2 3 4 3. 7/13 F A 8/13 36 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

11/13 F A 8/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 37 .5 6 7 8 A A 9/13 A 9/13 B A 1/13-7/13. 4/13. A 9/13 11/13-13/13 C A 2/13. 9/13. 4/13. 3/13. 9/13. 13/13 A 9/13 A 3/13 A 2/13. 13/13 A 13/13 A 4/13 D A 4/13 A 2/13. 3/13. 7/13 E A 2/13. 7/13.

11 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (9/13) A A 9/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ MIKE BLOCK A 12/13 Flash Address.1 2 3 4 3. Data A 10/13 B C D E A 8/13 A 8/13 F A 9/13 38 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

11/13-13/13 A B A 13/13 A 5/13 C A 5/13 A 3/13. 8/13. 13/13 A 8/13. 3/13.5 6 7 8 A 11/13. 13/13 A 13/13 A 2/13. 5/13. 7/13 F A 9/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 39 . 5/13. 7/13 A 8/13 A 3/13 D E A 3/13. 13/13 A 1/13-8/13.

1 2 3 4 3.12 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (10/13) A A 10/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ MIKE FLASH BLOCK B C D E A 9/13 F A 10/13 40 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 A B C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 41 .

13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (11/13) A A 11/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ MAIN UCOM BLOCK E CN9601 B TRAP SW C D E F A 13/13 A 11/13 42 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 A 2/13.1 2 3 4 3. 8/13 .

13/13 A 9/13. 12/13.5 6 7 8 A A 1/13-9/13. 13/13 B C D E FAN MOTOR F A 11/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 43 .

14 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (12/13) A A 12/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ MR I/F BLOCK B C D A 13/13 A 6/13 E C CN9302 A 8/13 A 13/13 F A 12/13 44 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3.

5 6 7 8 A A 9/13 B A 9/13 C D E A 1/13-9/13. 13/13 F A 12/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 45 . 11/13.

15 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (13/13) A A 13/13 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY (AWV2041) ¶ REGULATOR BLOCK G CN8651 B 12 11 13 14 B 5/8 CN8652 A 2/13 A 2/13 A 3/13 C A 3/13 A 5/13. 13/13 A 4/13 A 5/13 D A 1/13 A 12/13 A 1/13-9/13.8/13 E B 5/8 CN8654 A 6/13 A 12/13 F A 13/13 46 1 2 A 6/13 A 6/13 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 11/13. 12/13 A 4/13.1 2 3 4 3. 9/13 A 4/13 A 5/13 A 6/13.

5/13 A 3/13. 5/13 A 6/13 A 1/13-9/13. 3/13. 4/13 A 2/13. 3/13. 8/13 A 9/13. 8/13. 12/13 E F A 13/13 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 47 . 6/13 A 9/13 3/13. A 2/13. 11/13 D A 2/13.5 6 7 8 A A 8/13. 9/13 A 9/13 A 2/13 A 2/13. 11/13. 9/13 A 9/13 B A 11/13 A 9/13 C A 8/13 A 2/13. 4/13 A 3/13.

1 2 3 4 3.16 AV BOARD ASSY (1/8) A B 1/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ TUNER BLOCK B C B 3/8-5/8 B 2/8-8/8 D E F B 1/8 48 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 A 1 B 2/8 B 3/8 B 2 B 5/8 C B 5/8 D B 2/8. 3/8 E F B 1/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 49 .

7/8 B B 1/8 B 1/8. 5/8 B 3/8. 8/8 B 3/8. 8/8 B 3/8. 3/8 B 3/8.17 AV BOARD ASSY (2/8) A B 2/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ AV I/O BLOCK B 3/8. 7/8 B 3/8 E B 1/8. 5/8 B 3/8. 3/8-8/8 C B 1/8. 5/8 B 1/8. 7/8 B 3/8.1 2 3 4 3. 7/8 B 2/8 50 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 7/8 B 3/8. 3/8-8/8 B 1/8. 3/8-8/8 B 3/8 F B 3/8. 3/8-8/8 D B 3/8 B 3/8.

5/8 B 3/8. 5/8 B 1/8. 5/8 D B 3/8. 3/8-8/8 F B 2/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 51 . 3/8-8/8 B 3/8. 5/8 E B 3/8. 5/8 B 3/8 B 3/8. 3/8-8/8 B 3/8 C B 3/8 B 3/8 B 3/8. 5/8 B 1/8. 7/8 B B 3/8 B 3/8.5 6 7 8 A B 3/8. 5/8 B 3/8 B 1/8.

7/8. 4/8-8/8 D B 2/8. 8/8 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3. 8/8 B 1/8. 5/8 C B 2/8 B 2/8. 7/8 B 2/8.18 AV BOARD ASSY (3/8) A B 3/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ SW BLOCK B 2/8. 4/8. 5/8 B 2/8. 7/8 B 1/8. 8/8 F B 3/8 52 1 2 B 5/8. 5/8 B B 2/8. 5/8 B 2/8 B 2/8. 2/8 E B 5/8 B 5/8. 8/8 B 5/8. 2/8. 5/8 B 2/8 4 3 B 1/8.

2/8 B 5/8 B 2/8.5 6 7 8 A B 5/8 B 1/8. 5/8 B B 5/8 C B 5/8 B 2/8 B 5/8 B 2/8 B 5/8 D B 2/8 E B 2/8 B 1/8. 2/8. 4/8-8/8 B 5/8 B 5/8 F B 3/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 53 .

1 2 3 4 3.19 AV BOARD ASSY (4/8) A B 4/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ AV_REG BLOCK B 5/8 B C D E F B 4/8 54 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5/8 B 7/8 B 7/8 F B 4/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 55 . 5/8-8/8 D E B 1/8. 3/8.5 6 7 8 A B G CN8505 G CN8506 C B 5/8 B 1/8-3/8.

6/8-8/8 E F CN9651 B 6/8 F B 6/8 D CN9452 B 5/8 56 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 7/8 B C B 2/8.20 AV BOARD ASSY (5/8) A B 5/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ IF BLOCK E 1/2 CN9502 B 3/8 B 6/8 B 7/8 B 2/8. 8/8 B 8/8 B 3/8. 3/8 B 3/8 B 2/8.1 2 3 4 3. 8/8 B 3/8 B 7/8 B 8/8 B 3/8 B 8/8 B 3/8 B 3/8. 4/8 B B B B 7/8 4/8 3/8 6/8 B 1/8-4/8. 3/8 B 3/8 B 7/8 B 7/8 D B 1/8 B 1/8. 3/8. 3/8 B 3/8.

3/8 E PC CARD MODULE B 3/8 B 2/8.5 6 7 8 A B 7/8 B 2/8. 4/8 D B 4/8 B 7/8. 3/8 F B 5/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 57 . 3/8. 3/8 B 8/8 B B 8/8 B 7/8 B 8/8 A 13/13 CN7454 C A 13/13 CN7455 B 1/8 B 1/8. 3/8 B 2/8. 8/8 B 2/8.

1 2 3 4 3. 8/8 B 6/8 58 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .21 AV BOARD ASSY (6/8) A B 6/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ UCOM BLOCK B C B 5/8 D E B 5/8 F B 1/8-5/8. 7/8.

5 6 7 8 A B C D B 5/8 E F B 6/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 59 .

1 2 3 4 3. 3/8 B 5/8. 8/8 F B 7/8 60 B 5/8 PDP-R04E 1 2 3 4 . 3/8 B 3/8.22 AV BOARD ASSY (7/8) A B 7/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ TELE TEXT BLOCK B 5/8 B B 2/8. 5/8 B 5/8 C B 5/8 B 4/8 B 5/8 B 1/8-6/8. 8/8 D E B 2/8.

5 6 7 8 A B C D E B 8/8 F B 7/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 61 .

23 AV BOARD ASSY (8/8) A B 8/8 AV BOARD ASSY (AWZ6813) ¶ MEMORY_SW BLOCK B B 7/8 B 5/8 B 5/8 C B 5/8. 3/8 F B 8/8 62 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 7/8 B 5/8 B 3/8.1 2 3 4 3. 5/8 D E B 1/8-7/8 B 2/8.

5 6 7 8 A B C D E F B 8/8 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 63 .

1 2 3 4 3.24 MDR ASSY A C MDR ASSY (AWZ6778) B C D E F C 64 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

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1 2 3 4 3.26 FRONT ASSY (1/2) A B C D E F E 1/2 68 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 E 1/2 FRONT ASSY (AWZ6832) ¶ FRONT BLOCK A B B 5/8 CN8653 C D E F E 1/2 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 69 .

27 FRONT ASSY (2/2) A E 2/2 FRONT ASSY (AWZ6832) ¶ SENSOR BLOCK B A 11/13 CN7202 C D E F E 2/2 70 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3.

28 LED ASSY F LED ASSY (AWZ6816) A B B 5/8 CN8656 C D E F F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 71 .5 6 7 8 3.

29 REG ASSY A G REG ASSY (AWZ6814) B C I CP51 D E A 13/13 CN7451 F G 72 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3.

5 6 7 8 A B C D E PC CARD MODULE B 4/8 CN8503 B 4/8 CN8504 F G PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 73 .

30 AC SW ASSY and POWER SUPPLY UNIT A I POWER SUPPLY UNIT (AXY1065) LIVE B NEUTRAL C D H AC SW ASSY (AWZ6783) E LIVE NEUTRAL AC IN CN1 AC INLET (AKP1249) F H I 74 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 3.

5 6 7 8 A B C G CN8501 D E F I PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 75 .

7 TP6605 (Component G) V: 500mV/div. 2 R7253 . H: 20µsec/div. H: 20µsec/div.R7534 (AIR_HS) V: 1V/div. 11 TP7451 (MAIN_Y) V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 20µsec/div. H: 20µsec/div. 10 TP6608 (VD2_SUB) V: 500mV/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 4msec/div. B 2 TP6403 (Component G) V: 500mV/div. 13 TP7456 (SUB_Y) V: 1V/div.1 2 3 4 3. H: 20µsec/div. AV BOARD ASSY 9 TP6607 (HD2_SUB) V: 500mV/div. H: 20µsec/div. 12 TP7452 (MAIN_C) V: 1V/div. H: 20µsec/div. H: 10µsec/div. 3 IC8002-pin 63 (AIR_V) V: 1V/div. H: 20µsec/div. 8 TP6606 (Component R) V: 500mV/div. D 5 TP6406 (VD2_MAIN) V: 1V/div. B 3 C TP6404 (Component R) V: 500mV/div. F 76 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . A A 1 MR MAIN BOARDASSY TP6402 (Component B) V: 500mV/div. 4 TP6405 (HD2_MAIN) V: 1V/div. H: 10µsec/div. H: 20µsec/div. H: 20µsec/div. H: 20µsec/div. E 6 TP6604 (Component B) V: 500mV/div. 14 TP7457 (SUB_C) V: 1V/div. H: 400msec/div. 4 IC8002-pin 44 (MAIN_Y) V: 1V/div. H: 20µsec/div. 1 TP7502 (AIR_V) V: 1V/div.31 WAVEFORMS Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 B No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 AV BOARD ASSY CN8660 (AKM1233) Name RXD_CARD TXD_CARD NC CARD_V CARD_H GND GND YUVD1_B GND YUVD1_G GND YUVD1_R 3.00 0.00 4.00 0.00 0.44 0.36 0.00 5.00 0.00 0.31 3.00 E Voltage (V) 8.00 0.00 0.00 1.3V GND GND 5V GND Voltage (V) 3.33 0.12 4.32 VOLTAGES A No.00 4.00 4.00 0. 1 2 3 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY CN7203 (AKM1213) Name TRAP_SW NC V+3V_UCOM 3.44 0.35 0.00 0.00 0.56 0.34 3.00 3.34 Voltage (V) 3.00 0.52 Voltage (V) 3.39 C Name GND SP_L V+3ACT SP_R V+3COM V+3STB SP_MUTE MTXD FIELD MRXD REM CST2 CST1 REQ KEY STB_MT MDR ASSY No.77 0.00 0.00 FRONT ASSY CN9502 (AKM1201) Name V+9V_A V+5V_A V+3COM WE_ROM_B PC_V GND PC_H GND PC_B GND PC_G GND PC_R GND GND PC_RCH GND PC_LCH GND V4_R GND V4_L GND GND V4_V GND V4_S2 V4_SPLUG GND V4_C GND V4_Y GND GND HP_PLUG HP_R GND HP_L GND GND Y_COMP4 GND GND PB_COMP4 GND GND PR_COMP4 GND GND COMP_PLUG No.00 0.45 0.00 3.45 0.5 6 7 8 3.00 0.00 PC CARD MODULE CN1 Name 3. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 77 . 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 C G No.35 0.96 5.00 0.77 0.00 0.3V 3.3V GND GND 5V GND No.51 0.00 0.34 Name TRAP SW No.34 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 CN9302 (VKN1220) A B B No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 REG ASSY CN8502 (KM200NAB) Name 3.00 0.93 0.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 3.00 0.00 3.00 4.01 0.36 3.33 PC CARD MODULE CN501 Name RXD_CARD TXD_CARD NC CARD_V CARD_H GND GND YUVD1_B GND YUVD1_G GND YUVD1_R No. 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 AV BOARD ASSY CN8653 (AKM1201) Name V+9V_A V+5V_A V+3COM WE_ROM_B PC_V GND PC_H GND PC_B GND PC_G GND PC_R GND GND PC_RCH GND PC_LCH GND V4_R GND V4_L GND GND V4_V GND V4_S2 V4_SPLUG GND V4_C GND V4_Y GND GND HP_PLUG HP_R GND HP_L GND GND Y_COMP4 GND GND PB_COMP4 GND GND PR_COMP4 GND GND COMP_PLUG 0.76 0.00 4.34 3.07 0.00 1.31 0.00 2.93 0.00 0.07 0.00 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 D A No.35 3.36 0. 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY CN7402 (AKM1234) Name GND SP_L V+3ACT SP_R V+3COM V+3STB SP_MUTE MTXD FIELD MRXD REM CST2 CST1 REQ KEY STB_MT Voltage (V) 0.36 3.01 3.32 0.3V 3.41 0.32 3.03 2.00 3.

41 0.22 0.00 1.35 3.00 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY CN7454 (AKM1201) Name DSUB_DET WE_TXT PN2 VD_TXT HD_TXT PCA_V PCA_H PCA_V_SUB PCA_H_SUB RXD_DT TXD_DT CLAMP_SUB SUBC_PR GND SUBC_Y GND SUBC_PB GND R_TXT_SUB G_TXT_SUB B_TXT_SUB GND MAINC_PR GND MAINC_Y GND MAINC_PB GND R_TXT_MAIN G_TXT_MAIN B_TXT_MAIN GND B_DA_SUB G_DA_SUB R_DA_SUB GND SUB_C GND SUB_Y GND B_DA_MAIN GND G_DA_MAIN GND R_DA_MAIN GND MAIN_C GND MAIN_Y GND No.08 0.36 3.00 0.00 0.00 4.13 3.00 3.00 4.00 1.44 0.35 0.08 3.00 4.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.34 0.00 0.33 4.00 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 AV BOARD ASSY CN8654 (AKM1201) Name SP_R GND SP_L GND HDMI_RCH GND HDMI_LCH GND PIXEL_CLK_IN B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 G5 G4 G3 G2 G1 G0 R4 R3 R2 R1 R0 AIR_AFT AIR_HS RST_IF TXD_WR RXD_WR SDA_AV SCL_AV RXD_IF TXD_IF CLK_IF REQ_IF BUSY_IF CE_IF RESET_TXT RELAY SR_OUT PSW1 PD_MAIN CLAMP_MAIN WE_ROM_B MON_MUTE HP_VOL KEYSCAN STB_MT CST1 A Voltage (V) 0.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 0.21 3.00 0.29 3.00 0.08 0.00 0.44 0. AV BOARD ASSY CN8652 (AKM1201) Name DSUB_DET WE_TXT PN2 VD_TXT HD_TXT PCA_V PCA_H PCA_V_SUB PCA_H_SUB RXD_DT TXD_DT CLAMP_SUB SUBC_PR GND SUBC_Y GND SUBC_PB GND R_TXT_SUB G_TXT_SUB B_TXT_SUB GND MAINC_PR GND MAINC_Y GND MAINC_PB GND R_TXT_MAIN G_TXT_MAIN B_TXT_MAIN GND B_DA_SUB G_DA_SUB R_DA_SUB GND SUB_C GND SUB_Y GND B_DA_MAIN GND G_DA_MAIN GND R_DA_MAIN GND MAIN_C GND MAIN_Y GND A Voltage (V) 0.00 4.00 0.33 0.00 0.20 0.00 4.00 0.00 0.04 0.20 0.20 4.33 0.05 0.00 0.78 0.78 4.43 0.00 4.05 0.37 3.01 0.78 4.68 0.17 3.00 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY CN7455 (AKM1201) Name SP_R GND SP_L GND HDMI_RCH GND HDMI_LCH GND PIXEL_CLK_IN B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 G5 G4 G3 G2 G1 G0 R4 R3 R2 R1 R0 AIR_AFT AIR_HS RST_IF TXD_WR RXD_WR SDA_AV SCL_AV RXD_IF TXD_IF CLK_IF REQ_IF BUSY_IF CE_IF RESET_TXT RELAY SR_OUT PSW1 PD_MAIN CLAMP_MAIN WE_ROM_B MON_MUTE HP_VOL KEYSCAN STB_MT CST1 No. 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 B 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 C 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 D 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 E 46 47 48 49 50 F 78 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .12 3.00 3.78 0.39 0.08 0.02 0.01 3.42 0.60 0.1 2 3 4 B No. 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 B No.00 4.44 0.35 3.36 0.78 4.00 2.50 0.01 0.00 0.00 4.68 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.33 3.32 0.41 0.01 0.68 0.33 3.01 0.78 4.00 4.00 0.32 3.33 3.00 3.99 5.

01 6.01 -0.00 Name D SR ASSY No.37 0.48 1.01 12.00 E FRONT ASSY No.40 3.00 6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 AV BOARD ASSY CN8656 (KM200NA7) Name V+3V_LED LED_G LED_R GND LED_MDM LED_FCT GND Voltage (V) 3.38 3.00 Voltage (V) 5.00 0.00 3.23 -0.00 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 REG ASSY CN8501 (KM200NA16) Name V+16.5V V+6.06 3.37 0.18 3.37 3.85 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CN9651 (S7B-PH-SM3) C A No. 1 2 3 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY CN7202 (AKM1242) Name 5V TEMP1 STBGND Voltage (V) 5.36 0.5 6 7 8 G No.00 3.37 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 B No.35 I POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP51 (KM200NA16) Name V+16.01 3. 1 2 3 CN9601 (KM200NA3) Name 5V TEMP1 STBGND D G No.00 F Name V+3V_LED LED_G LED_R GND LED_MDM LED_FCT GND LED ASSY No.28 0.01 -0.80 -0.74 0.00 1.12 3.34 3.5V GND GND NC V+3V_STB GND RELAY PD_TRIGGER AC_DET Voltage (V) 19.5V GND V+12V V+12V GND GND V+6.5V V+6.36 0.5V GND V+12V V+12V GND GND V+6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 AV BOARD ASSY CN8658 (AKM1233) Name V+5V_SR V+3V_SR TXD RXD NC SR_EN_B GND SR_OUT SR_IN GND NC GND 0.04 3.00 1.17 0.01 1. 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CN9452 (VKN1216) V+5V_SR V+3V_SR TXD RXD NC SR_EN_B GND SR_OUT SR_IN GND NC GND A B B No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 79 .75 0.33 -0.5V GND GND NC V+3V_STB GND RELAY PD_TRIGGER AC_DET No.34 0.00 0.00 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY CN7451 (AKM1269) Name GND_D V+3V_DD V+3V_DD GND_D V+1V_DD V+1V_DD GND_D V+6V GND V+5V_AV GND V+3V_UCOM GND V+3V_STB GND No.36 3.00 3.48 0.80 6.00 3.36 3.23 12.37 -0.37 0. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 REG ASSY CN8651 (KM200NA15) Name GND_D V+3V_DD V+3V_DD GND_D V+1V_DD V+1V_DD GND_D V+6V GND V+5V_AV GND V+3V_UCOM GND V+3V_STB GND A Voltage (V) 0.

C.1 2 3 4 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS : A 1.Board Chip Part SIDE B Resistor array 3-terminal regulator C 4. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destinations. 4. View point of PCB diagrams. be sure to check with the schematic diagram. 2. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic diagrams. For further information for respective destinations. Symbol In PCB Diagrams Symbol In Schematic Diagrams B C E B C E Part Name 3. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic diagrams is shown below.1 AC SW and MDR ASSYS SIDE A SIDE B C MDR ASSY C MDR ASSY D Q9302 Q9301 Q9303 IC9301 IC9302 (ANP2043-E) CN9302 CN9302 (ANP2043-E) A CN7402 E H AC SW ASSY CN9341 H AC SW ASSY I CP1 F (ANP2043-E) (ANP2043-E) C H 80 1 2 C H PDP-R04E 3 4 . Connector Transistor Capacitor B C E B B C E D D G S G S D G S C E B C E SIDE A Transistor with resistor B Field effect transistor P.

2 REG ASSY SIDE A A CN7451 B CN8504 B CN8503 SIDE A I CP51 CN8501 A G REG ASSY CN8651 CN8506 CN8505 B C Q8505 Q8504 IC8501 Q8508 IC8509 Q8516 IC8503 Q8503 Q8502 Q8515 Q8506 Q8513 IC8507 IC8508 CN8502 (ANP2043-E) SIDE B J SIDE B G REG ASSY D CN8502 E F CN8651 CN8506 CN8505 CN8501 (ANP2043-E) G PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 G 81 .5 6 7 8 4.

3 MR MAIN BOARD ASSY A SIDE A A MR MAIN BOARD ASSY C CN9302 CN7402 B C D E CN7203 IC7401 IC7101 Q7407 IC7206 IC7209 Q7201 IC7208 IC7210 IC7203 IC7204 IC7202 IC7205 IC6951 IC6805 IC7001 IC6101 IC6881 IC688 IC6252 Q6251 IC6251 IC6101 IC6103 IC6 IC6107 Q6104 Q7451 IC7451 F IC7004 A 82 1 2 TRAP SW PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 4.

5 6 7 8 SIDE A A E CN9601 FAN CN7202 CN7301 B CN8654 CN7455 B C CN7454 B CN8652 D CN7451 G CN8651 E (ANP2052-C) IC6881 IC6880 Q6881Q6880 IC6806 Q6801 IC6801 Q6802 IC6804 Q7301 IC6802 IC6603 IC6803 IC6607 252 Q6251 IC6251 Q6255 Q6252 IC6254 IC6253 IC7301 Q7301 IC7302 Q7302 Q6601 Q6603 IC7452 C6101 IC6103 IC6102 Q6257 Q6256 Q6254 Q6253 Q6201 Q7305 IC6404 IC6604 Q6401 Q6404 Q6406 Q6604 IC6107 Q6104 Q6101 Q6102 Q6105 Q6109 IC6405 IC6408 Q6006 Q6007 IC7456 IC7454 IC7453 Q7451 IC7451 Q6107 Q6106 IC6001 Q6003 Q6008 Q6005 Q6004 Q6001 Q6002 IC7455 F A PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 83 .

1 2 3 4 A SIDE B A MR MAIN BOARD ASSY B C D E Q6884 Q6883 Q6882 Q7408 Q7403 Q6607 IC7207 Q6605 Q6405 Q6402 Q6602 IC6602 IC6402 Q6258 Q6259 Q6110 Q6108 F A 84 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 SIDE B A B C D E (ANP2052-C) IC7207 Q7405 IC7152 Q7404 Q7406 Q7402 Q6103 IC7002 IC7151 IC7404 IC7403 Q7401 IC7003 F A PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 85 .

4 AV BOARD and SR ASSYS A SIDE A B AV BOARD ASSY A CN7454 CN8652 A CN7455 CN8654 B C D (ANP2043-E) E J B 86 1 CN8660 F PDP-R04E 2 3 4 .1 2 3 4 4.

5 6 7 8 D Q7742 Q7736 Q8024 Q7750 Q7723 Q7748 Q7725 Q7748 Q7734 Q7726 Q7718 Q7739 Q8005 Q7751 Q8021 Q7730 Q7735 Q8022 Q7735 IC8005 Q8006 Q7752 IC8002 Q7745 Q7737 Q7740 Q7743 Q7720 Q7728 Q7701 Q7702 Q7707 Q7760 Q7711 Q7721 Q7712 Q7705 Q7704 Q7758 Q7731 Q7722 Q7762 Q7706 Q7732 Q7727 Q7713 Q7709 Q7717 SR ASSY SIDE A A B CN9452 Q9455 Q9453 Q9456 Q9454 (ANP2043-E) IC9453 Q9457 IC9451 IC9452 Q9458 CN8658 Q7761 Q7737 Q8019 IC8006 IC9104 IC8007 Q8028 IC8907 IC8003 IC8902 Q8027 Q7716 Q7717 C CN8656 IC8004 Q8904 Q8905 Q7718 Q7509 IC8904 IC9101 L7504 IC7501 F CN7651 CN8653 E CN9502 VR7502 VR7503 D CN8504 IC8901 IC8705 IC8701 IC8703 Q8705 Q8704 Q7513 Q7512 Q7520 Q7523 Q7519 Q8512 Q7529 Q8511 CN8503 Q8509 Q8514 IC8703 Q8702 Q7530 Q8707 Q7526 IC7702 IC7504 Q8701 Q7757 Q8907 IC8702 IC7701 Q8908 IC8705 Q8510 IC8001 Q9104 Q9101 Q9105 Q9103 Q9106 IC8506 IC8905 Q8902 Q9909 IC8903 IC8504 IC8505 G CN8506 G CN8505 E IC7502 Q7533 Q7503 Q7521 Q7528 Q7527 Q7506 IC7503 Q7534 Q7504 Q7509 Q7522 Q7525 Q7507 Q7524 VR7504 F B D PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 87 .

1 2 3 4 A SIDE B D SR ASSY Q7746 Q7744 Q7716 Q7738 Q7713 Q7536 Q7719 Q7724 Q7703 Q7710 Q7756 Q7711 Q7733 Q7715 B (ANP2043-E) CN9452 Q8007 Q8008 Q8025 Q800 C Q7514 D IC8906 IC9108 IC9106 Q7501 E IC9105 IC9107 Q7508 Q7515 Q7531 Q7532 F Q8903 Q8901 B D 88 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 CN8503 CN8504 CN8656 .

5 6 7 8 SIDE B A B AV BOARD ASSY B C D (ANP2043-E) E F B PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 89 .

5 FRONT and LED ASSY A SIDE A SIDE A E FRONT ASSY IC9602 IC9601 F CN9601 LED ASSY B A CN7202 Q9506 Q9507 Q9508 Q9654 C Q9653 Q9652 Q9651 CN9651 B CN8656 D (ANP2053-A) CN9502 B CN8653 Q9505 E Q9503 Q9502 Q9501 IC9501 IC9502 (ANP2053-A) F E F 90 1 2 E F PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 4.

5 6 7 8 SIDE B SIDE B A F LED ASSY CN9601 E FRONT ASSY B C (ANP2053-A) D E (ANP2053-A) F E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 E F 91 8 .

R6271 R6275. when replacing. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.C6308 C6311.62k Ω 562 x 10 1 5621 RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F B Mark No.MR AV BOARD ASSY 2.C6175.R6291 R6126.R6137 R6139.C6114. NSP Description Part No.R6279.R6127.C6172.R6125. AWV2039 AWZ6813 AWZ6814 AWZ6778 AWZ6817 AWZ6783 AWV2040 AWZ6832 AWZ6816 AWV2041 AXY1073 AXY1065 Mark No. first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.C6165-C6167 C6170.R6325 R6328.C6327 C6186 (100uF/6.R6136.3V) C6126.C6331 C6102 (10uF/16V) NSP C > 1.C6262 C6269-C6271.R6278.C6168 92 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 .MR MAIN BOARD ASSY 1.C6317-C6320..C6178-C6181 C6253-C6257.C6142.3V) C6182.C6324 C6101...R6142-R6145.C6316.C6301.C6312.C6185.Q6102.MDR ASSY 2.R6321-R6323 R6147. PCB PARTS LIST A NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.C6276-C6279 C6286.C6313 C6127.R6138.C6130-C6133 C6140. D Description Part No..IC6604 IC6401.R6324.C6251.C6282 C6299.C6260 C6119.C6141.C6113 C6116.R6193 R6199..L6257 L6101.Q6405.C6289 C6151.R6107-R6111.R6282.R6190. A MR MAIN BOARD ASSY [MICHAEL BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC6107. Description Part No.R6319.C6315.R6130.C6310. When ordering resistors.C6297 C6112.Q6107.R6339 Other Resistors RAB4CQ100J RAB4CQ100J RAB4CQ100J RAB4CQ103J RS1/16S1000F RS1/16S1301F RS1/16S2701F RS1/16S8201F RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16SS###J RS1/16S###J Mark No.C6154.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).IC6408.R6164.R6304 R6312.Q6258 Q6101.R6288 R6167.R6104-R6106.R6316.C6146-C6148.IC6601 IC6405.SR ASSY 2.C6136.C6287.Q6257 PD0278A TC7W126FU 2SA1586 HN1A01FU HN1B04FU COILS AND FILTERS E F6101.REG ASSY 2.L6103..F6253 EMI FILTER L6107.C6169.1 2 3 4 5.C6104.IC6607 Q6402.R6120 R6124.C6296 C6298.Q6252 Q6106.C6143.C6295..PC CARD MODULE C6177.F6251. be sure to use parts of identical designation.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0).C6258.L6255.L6256 ATF1194 LCTAW220J2520 LCTAW6R8J2520 LCTAW6R8J2520 OTHERS X6101 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (27MHz) ASS1175 CAPACITORS C6188.C6288 F ACH1357 ACH1364 ACH1396 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH680J50 CKSQYB225K10 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB104K16 [AD BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC6402.R6265 R6272.R6255-R6262.R6276 R6329-R6331 R6194-R6196. and K=10%)..R6338.R6277.L6251 L6253.LED ASSY 1.R6114 R6121.R6307 R6102.C6300.F6105.C6150 C6152.C6153.AC SW ASSY 1.Q6602.R6188.Q6601 AD9883AKST-110 BA7078AF SM5301BS TC74VHC126FT HN1B04FU RN1303 4 C6305.C6164 C6171.R6168.IC6602 IC6404.C6306.C6107-C6111.5 Ω RN2H R 5 0 K R50 1Ω RS1P 1 R 0 K 1R0 Ex.C6265.F6103.L6106.C6123-C6125.C6190 C6201.C6321 (100uF/6.C6273.Q6251.POWER SUPPLY UNIT RESISTORS R6101. 5..AV BOARD ASSY 2..R6209.C6292-C6294.C6314 C6103.Q6256.C6176.C6160-C6162.C6259.C6307.C6163. 560 Ω 56 x 10 1 RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J 561 47k Ω RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J 47 x 10 3 473 0.FRONT ASSY 2. Therefore.R6251-R6254.IC6603. Ex..L6105. CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 DCH1165 LIST OF ASSEMBLIES 1.R6306.C6302-C6304.IC6255 IC6101 Q6108.MR FUKUGOU BOARD ASSY 2.R6173 R6179.C6155.C6309.R6103. such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%.R6191..Q6605 Q6401.C6272.

R6679.R6601 R6406.C6643.3V) C6959.C6918 C6923-C6926 C6802.R6613.R6612 R6619.F6882 EMI FILTER ATF1194 F CAPACITORS C6911 (22uF/6.3V) C6921.R6424 R6438. Mark No.C6411.R6681.R6946.C6638 C6404.C6602 C6401.R6472.C6885 C6887.D6884 D6883 [CELIA BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC7001.R6901.R6608.C6883.C7041 (100uF/6.C6627-C6629 C6639.C6896 C6899-C6902.C6431 C6434.C6622.C6904 C6907-C6910.R6410.C6440. Description Part No.C6427-C6429 C6439.C6848.C6895.C6962.C6640 (10uF/16V) CCSRCH221J50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K6R3 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB473K16 CKSRYB473K16 CKSRYB474K10 CKSRYB822K50 CKSRYB823K16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 DCH1165 > C6927.C6647 C6422.C6621 C6442.C6413 C6415-C6420.C6960 C6952-C6954.C6919 A CAPACITORS C6445.C6634 C6421.C6890.C6892.C6604.3V) C7064 > C7025.C6601 C6405-C6407.R6439.R6416.C7026-C7028 C7032-C7040.3V) ACH1362 ACH1364 PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 93 .5 6 7 8 Mark No.8B ASS1169 SEMICONDUCTORS IC6880 IC6803 IC6881 IC6806 Q6884 Q6881 Q6880 D6880.C6611.R6418.C6613 C6615-C6620.C6928 C6913 C6920 C6831.R6644 R6409.R6607.C6423.C6914 (10uF/16V) DCH1165 RESISTORS R6826.C6425.R6610.C6609.C6922 (100uF/6.R6673.R6892 R6896.C6625.C6412.R6417.R6631 R6632.C6906.C6448 C6605-C6607.R6956-R6962.R6611 R6626 R6401.R6621 R6627.C6881.R6423.R6426.R6680 Other Resistors [ROZ BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC6951 PD6435A CAPACITORS C6951 (100uF/6.C6410.R6629.R6620 R6422.R6904 R6914 R6889 R6915 R6917-R6922 R6872 Other Resistors RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ101J RS1/16S1500F RS1/16S3900F RS1/16S3901F RS1/16S75R0F RS1/16S###J RS1/16SS###J C OTHERS JA6881 HDMI CONNECTOR AKP1232 RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ330J RAB4CQ330J RAB4CQ330J RS1/16S1000F RS1/16S1000F RS1/16S1101F RS1/16S1500F RS1/16S1500F RS1/16S2701F RS1/16S###J RS1/16S###J RS1/16S###J RS1/16S###J RS1/16SS###J RESISTORS R6482.R6479 R6609.C6614 C6623 C6443.C6641 C6409.C6645.R6478.C6898.R6972 R6945.D6881 D6806.C6889.C6612 C6631.R6885.R6881-R6883.C7042-C7063 C7031 (10uF/16V) ACH1364 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH221J50 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 DCH1165 COILS AND FILTERS F6881.R6666. Description Part No.F7002 EMI FILTER ATF1194 CAPACITORS C7029.F6601 EMI FILTER ATF1194 C6880.R6413. CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH221J50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF473Z50 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 B COILS AND FILTERS F6401.C6644 C6438.C6624 C6408.C6905.C6633.R6414.C6608.C6435.D6807.R6685 R6405.C6424.C6891.C6441.C6444.C7066.C6893.R6617.C6851.C6956-C6958 C6961.R6428 R6429.C6884.R6988 Other Resistors RAB4CQ100J RAB4CQ100J RAB4CQ103J RS1/16SS###J OTHERS [HDMI RX BLOCK] X6951 CERAMIC RESONATOR 24LC02B(I)SN PCM1742KE SII9993CTG100 TC74HC4538AFT RN1303 RN1902 SM6K2 1SS302 DAN202U UDZS6.IC7002 IC7004 IC7003 HY57V643220CT-7 PE5362A TC74LCX125FT E COILS AND FILTERS F7001.C6642 C6402.C6849.C7067 C7001-C7024.R6643.R6966 R6968.C6912.R6465.C6903.C6414.C6882.C6610.C6886 C6888.C6964-C6968 ACH1364 CCSRCH150J50 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 D RESISTORS R6951-R6953.R6625 R6404.R6408.R6489.C6894 C6897.C6916.C6915 C6917.

C7158.R7229.C7413.C7214.R7110.IC7206 IC7209 IC7202 Q7201 D7201 24LC128(I)SN MB91F355APMTGE1 PST3612UR PST3628UR TC74VHC08FT TC74VHC125FT 2SJ461A 1SS355 C7466.C7415.R7227.C7218 C7201 C7226.Q6253-Q6255 Q7303 Q7302 Q7301 Q7304 Q7305 D7302 D7301 M5291FP MBM29PL3200BE70PFV NJM12904V TC74VHC126FT 2SA1586 2SA1586 2SD1664 HN1C01FU RN1303 TPC6104 1SS355 D1FL20U(S) 3 4 OTHERS CN7203 3P CONNECTER CN7201 PLUG 8-P CN7202 CONNECTOR X7201 CERAMIC RESONATOR F AKM1213 AKM1225 AKM1242 ASS1170 [MR IF BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS 94 1 2 PDP-R04E .R7248-R7250 R7201 R7224.R7105-R7108.CN7455 50P CONNECTER CN7453 PLUG 15-P CN7402 16P FFC CONNECTOR CN7451 CONNECTOR AKM1201 AKM1232 AKM1234 AKM1269 E RESISTORS R7221.C7451.1 2 3 4 Mark No.C7473.C7460.F7102 EMI FILTER ATF1194 CAPACITORS C7103.C7402 C7475.3V) C7456.C7419 C7405.C7455. RESISTORS A Description Part No.C7457 (10uF/16V) DCH1165 RESISTORS R7425.C7476 CKSSYF104Z16 C7416.C7465.C7102.Q7407.3uH) ATF1194 ATH1132 CAPACITORS C7474 (330uF/6.R7119. RAB4CQ220J RS1/16SS###J Mark No. PQ015YZ01ZP PQ050DZ01ZPH PQ3DZ13 SII170BCLG64 TC74VCX08FT TC74VCX574FT TC74VHC08FT 2SA1586 HN1C01FU RN1303 RN1901 RN1902 RN2901 1SS355 R7013-R7018 Other Resistors OTHERS X7001 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (85MHz) ASS1174 [MIKE BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC7152 IC7101 B IC7403 IC7451 Q7406 Q7405 Q7403.C7245 C7213.C7104-C7119 C7121-C7135.C7459 ACH1365 ACH1396 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH820J50 CCSRCH820J50 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 RESISTORS R7113.R7115.C7414.C7404.Q7408 Q7451 Q7401 Q7404 D7401-D7406.C7120 (100uF/6.C7407 C7410.R7252 Other Resistors RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ472J RS1/16S###J RS1/16SS###J [REGULATOR BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC7302 IC7151 IC7301 IC7452 Q6104.C7406.C7477 C7403. IC7456 IC7454 IC7453 IC7401 IC7404 Description Part No.C7424.C7418 C7420.C7160-C7162 ACH1364 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 COILS AND FILTERS F7401-F7404 EMI FILTER L7401 (3.C7237 C7216 C7217 C7209-C7212.C7423.R7449-R7452.C7227-C7229 C7232-C7234.R7410 R7456 R7428-R7431 Other Resistors RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ103J RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S5100F RS2LMFR82J RS1/16S###J RS1/16SS###J D CAPACITORS C7205 (100uF/6.C7240 ACH1364 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH7R0D50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 OTHERS CN7454.C7417.Q6109.C7219 C7221-C7225.C7421.C7238.C7411.3V) C7401.C7467.3V) C7101.C7469.Q6105.R7124 R7102.C7412.R7454 R7496-R7499 R7453 R7394 R7395.D7457 MBM29PL3200BE70PFV PD5855A COILS AND FILTERS F7101.R7121 R7123.3V) > C7241-C7243.C7215.C7452 C7454.R7241.R7111 Other Resistors C RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ330J RS1/16SS###J [MAIN UCOM BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC7205 IC7207 IC7210 IC7203.C7458.C7468 (100uF/6.

C7579.C7241-C7243.C7527. Mark No.R6839.C7536.R7656 R7555 VR7504 VR7502 Other Resistors RD1/2LMF100J RS1/16S1601F RS1/16S2203F RS1/16S2700F RS1/16S2702F RS1/16S3302F RS1/16S5600F RS1/16S6800F CCP1390 CCP1398 RS1/16S###J COILS AND FILTERS F7510 BGS TRAP FILTER L7501 L7512.C7539 C7502.C7599 (100uF/16V) C7596 (33uF/10V) C7501 (10uF/50V) C7564.Q7512.C7561.3V) C7304 (100uF/16V) > C7244 C7301 > C6927.C7453 (10uF/16V) RESISTORS R6332-R6334 R7470.R6836.C7524.C7549.Q7514 Q7518-Q7521.C7560.C6187.Q7513.Q7527.R6947-R6950 R6835.C7591.C7523 C7534.C7583.C7553.Q7525.Q7528 Q7511.C7550.C6189.C7571 ACH1368 ACH1385 ACH1391 ACH1394 B > C7478-C7482 C7303 C6149.C7545 C7554.R6938 R7319 R7320-R7323 R7318 R7312 R7316 R7309 R7315 R7317 R7459 Other Resistors RAB4CQ0R0J RAB4CQ101J RAB4CQ103J RAB4CQ470J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S1R2J RS1/10S681J RS1/16S1101F RS1/16S1201F RS1/16S1501F RS1/16S3901F RS1/16S8201F RS2LMF3R9J RS1/16SS###J ACH1398 ACH1402 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH121J50 CCSRCH181J50 CCSRCH330J50 CCSRCH470J50 CCSRCH560J50 CCSRCH680J50 C CCSRCJ3R0C50 CKSQYB225K10 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB152K50 CKSRYB221K50 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYB332K50 CKSRYB471K50 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYF103Z50 CKSRYF104Z16 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 DCH1165 DCH1165 E D OTHERS CN7301 CONNECTOR CN7401 DVI SOCKET (24P) AKM1242 AKP1250 B AV BOARD ASSY [TUNER BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC7502 IC7504 IC7501 Q7503.R7552 R7504 R7655.5 6 7 8 Mark No.Q7530 Q7533-Q7536 Q7516 Q7505 D7504 D7502.C7589 C7563.3uF/50V) C7542 (47uF/16V) C7509. Description Part No.C7153.C7155-C7157.C7522.C7510.C7580 C7514.C7570 C7537.Q7504.Q7517 Q7501.C7562 C7587 (10uF/16V) RESISTORS R7568 R7633 R7524 R7554 R7544.C7573.Q7506.C7555.C7548.C7531 C7547.C7526 C7540 C7518 C7557.C7551.C7245 ACH1365 ACH1394 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH681J50 CKSSYF104Z16 CKSSYF104Z16 DCH1165 CAPACITORS C7507 (220uF/10V) C7552 (3.C7471 C7302.C7513.C7588 C7590 C7504.L7513 L7514 L7511 ATF1210 LCTAW100J2520 LCTAW150J2520 LCTAW4R7J2520 LCTAW8R2J2520 F OTHERS PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 95 .C7535. Description Part No. LCTAWR22J2520 LCTAWR68J2520 VTF1177 VTF1179 VTF1180 VTF1181 VTF1183 VTL1164 COILS AND FILTERS F7405-F7408 L7301 ATF1209 ATH1127 L7516.L7519 L7505.C6322.Q7526.C7528.C7520.C7598 C7567 C7556.C7572.Q7509.C7584 C7541 C7503 C7559.L7507 F7506 SAW FILTER F7503 SAW FILTER F7504 IF TRAP FILTER F7505 IF TRAP FILTER F7501 TRAP FILTER L7504 VCO COIL A CAPACITORS C7483 (330uF/6.C6323 C6325.C7505.C7577 C7511.C7546.D7503 D7501 MSP3417G PST9246N TDA9818TS 2SA1586 2SA1586 2SC4082 2SC4116 2SC4116 2SC4116 2SC4213 RN1303 1SS355 1SS356 UDZS33B C7582 C7575 C7506.C7581 C7515 C7568 C7578 C7532.Q7502.C7525.C7558 C7576 C7569.R6937.R6944.C6928.Q7522 Q7524.R7477 R6834.

Q7753 Q7702.D7721 D7701.Q7737 Q7739.C7728.R7810 R7820.432 MHz) > U7501 TV FRONTEND OTHERS JA7703 JA7704 JA7705 JA7701 6P PIN JACK PINJACK+MINI DIN 4P RGB CONNECTOR RGB CONNECTOR AKB1300 AKB1307 AKB1311 AKB1316 [AV IO BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC7701.R7756.Q7710.L7706 L7709.C8024 C8028.R8127 Other Resistors RD1/2LMF120J RS1/16S###J [AV REG BLOCK] C7707.D7715.D7720 D7703.C8015.Q7734.C8042-C8044 C8048.C7713.C7744.C7762-C7764 (10uF/16V) DCH1165 SEMICONDUCTORS IC8505.Q7738.C8038 C8002-C8004.C8070 C8072-C8074 C8071.C7751 C7765.C8056 (100uF/16V) C8064.Q8514 Q8512 Q8510 Q8511 D8509-D8511 PQ05DZ11 PQ09DZ11 RN1303 RN2303 SM6K2 TPC8003 1SS355 RESISTORS F R7708.Q7725.C7715 DCH1165 C7717.Q7736 Q7701.IC7702 Q7706-Q7708.C7758.C8052.C7766 RESISTORS R8125.1B B C CAPACITORS C8075 (47uF/16V) C8005.C8023.D8014 AN15852A BH3540AFS BH3544F CXA2069Q NJM12904V TC4052BFT TC7WH123FU 2SA1586 2SC4116 DTA124EUA DTC124EUA HN1B04FU HN1C01FU 1SS355 UDZS9. Description Part No.C7718.C8013.C8076.D7710.Q7742.D7714.1B [AV SW BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC8005 IC8006 IC8007 IC8002 IC8004 IC8003 IC8001 Q8005-Q8008 Q8019-Q8022. VSS1189 AXF1119 Mark No.C7743 C7756 C7716 C7757 C7701-C7703.C7731 C7739.C7709.1 2 3 4 Mark No.C8069.C8049.R7801.C7732.D7722.Q7752.Q8025-Q8027 Q8023 Q8024 Q8028 Q8011 D8015-D8017 D8013.L7705.Q7718.C8009.C8055 C8059 C8010.C7761 ACH1383 ACH1400 CEHAT471M10 CEHAT471M10 CEVWNP470M10 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 E C7773-C7780 C7768 C7704.C8060.C7748 (1.L7707.C8037.C7730.Q7716 Q7723.C7740.C7708.C7760.C7733 C7735.C7734 DCH1165 C7737.D7716 D7719.C7742.Q7733.Q7746.IC8506 IC8504 Q8509.L7708 L7711-L7714 LCTAW1R0J2520 LCTAW1R0J2520 LCTAW560J2520 LCTAW560J2520 SWITCHES AND RELAYS S7701 D ASH1046 CAPACITORS C7747.D7718.C7711. RS1/16S###J A X7501 CERAMIC RESONATOR (18.C8077 C8001.C8041 C8045-C8047.C7719 C7722-C7726.C8061 (10uF/16V) ACH1391 ACH1394 ACH1399 ACH1400 CCSRCH181J50 CCSRCH270J50 CCSRCH681J50 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB471K50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 DCH1165 DCH1165 DCH1165 COILS AND FILTERS L7701.Q7724.Q7745 Q7715.C7741. Other Resistors Description Part No.Q7720.C7745.Q7705.R7809.L7710 L7703.C8040.Q7728.R7802.C7720.C8018.Q7762 Q7704.C7729.C8063.Q7722.R7717.R7834 R7841 R7842 RS1/10S151J RS1/10S151J RS1/10S151J RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S1501F COILS AND FILTERS PDP-R04E 3 4 96 1 2 .Q7721.C7750 DCH1165 C7755.Q7711.C8012.C8053.C7749 C7752-C7754.0uF/50V) C7767 (22uF/16V) C7706.Q7740.Q7703.R7757.L7702.Q7743 Q7748.Q7735.C7759.D7711.C8016 C8050.C7705.C7738.Q7744.R7761 R7777.D7713.Q7726.C8065 (10uF/16V) C8014 (22uF/16V) C8022.L7704.C8025.Q7712-Q7714 Q7719.C8066.C8039.Q7727 Q7729-Q7731.Q7747 Q7749-Q7751.D7712.D7717 D7702.C7712.C8026 C8031-C8036.Q7761 D7709.C7746.C8027 C8057 C8019.C7727.Q7758-Q7760 Q7757 Q7717.D7723-D7735 TC74VHC125FT 2SA1586 2SA1586 2SA1586 2SC4116 2SC4116 2SC4116 2SC4116 2SC4116 DTA124EUA HN1A01FU HN1C01FU RN1303 RN2303 1SS301 1SS302 1SS302 1SS355 UDZS12B UDZS9.D7736 D7705-D7708.C8051.C7714.C8006.C7736.C8008.

C9110 C9113.Q8908 D8902 D8901 TC7SH04FU TC7W126FU 2SA1586 2SC4116 RN1303 RN1902 UDZS3.Q9106 Q9101.R8960.IC9107 Q9103.C8909-C8911 C8914.C8936-C8938.C9107. IC8906 IC8905 Description Part No.C9111.3V) C8510.R8991 Other Resistors RAB4C101J RS1/16S###J [UIF UCOM BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC8705 IC8702 IC8703 IC8701 IC8704 Q8701 Q8702 Q8708 24LC01B HD64F3687FP PST9231N TC74VHC08FT TC7W126FU 2SJ461A RN1303 RN2303 OTHERS CN8901 PLUG 8-P K8904.C8939 C8907.R8922.Q8910 Q8907.C8521 (22uF/16V) C8512 (100uF/16V) C8511.C8707 C8709 C8701-C8705.C8530 ACH1364 ACH1370 ACH1394 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 IC8907 IC8902 Q8901.C9118-C9120 C9124.C8708. ATF1194 Mark No.C9108.Q8909 Q8902.R8531 R8525 R8554 Other Resistors RS1LMF1R0J RS1LMF3R3J RS3LMF121J RS1/16S###J COILS AND FILTERS L8901 LCTAW270J2520 B OTHERS CN8503. K8905 TEST PIN X8901 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR AKM1225 AKX9002 ASS1180 D [MEMORY SW BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC9104 IC9106.C8917 C8908 C8904 C8903 C8926.9B RESISTORS R8528.F8506.F8510 EMI FILTER CAPACITORS C8517.C9128-C9130 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB474K10 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 E RESISTORS R8719 R8702.5 6 7 8 Mark No.Q8904-Q8906 Q8903.C9116.Q9105 D9101-D9104 HY57V641620HGT-H TA1287FG TC4051BF 2SA1586 2SC4116 1SS355 CAPACITORS C8711 (100uF/16V) C8706.C8523 (100uF/6.C8518.C9122. TA1287FG TC74VHC08FT A F8501-F8504.C8516.C9132 C9117.R8704.R8720.C8713 C8716 (10uF/16V) ACH1394 CCSRCH120J50 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYF104Z50 DCH1165 CAPACITORS C9103-C9106.C8927-C8935.C8513.C8940-C8942 C8901 C8902.C8918-C8920 C8923-C8925.C8515.C8712.C9125-C9127.IC9108 IC9105.C9112 C9121.C8905.C8522 C8524.768kHz) AKM1225 ASS1168 ASS1172 RESISTORS All Resistors RS1/16S###J OTHERS [TELETEXT BLOCK] SEMICONDUCTORS IC8903 IC8901 IC8904 5 3401 LABEL(BLUE16) 7701 SHIELD PLATE S 7702 SHIELD PLATE W NJM2233BM PST9230N SDA6000 AAX2787 ANG2636 ANG2643 F PDP-R04E 6 7 8 97 .R8745 Other Resistors RAB4C101J RAB4C103J RS1/16S###J OTHERS CN8701 PLUG 8-P X8702 CERAMIC RESONATOR X8701 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (32.C9114.0B UDZS3.C8915. Description Part No.C8913 (10uF/16V) ACH1394 CCSRCH150J50 CCSRCH181J50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB471K50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 CKSRYF104Z50 C [BOARD IF BLOCK] CAPACITORS C8653-C8655 DCH1165 RESISTORS All Resistors RS1/16S###J OTHERS CN8652-CN8654 50P CONNECTER CN8658.CN8660 12P FFC CONNECTOR AKM1201 AKM1233 DCH1165 RESISTORS R8905-R8907.C9131 C9101.CN8504 PLUG 14-P AKM1237 CAPACITORS C8906 (100uF/16V) C8916.C8912.F8508.

R9508.Q9457 D9451.D9502.Q8513 Q8516 D8501.C9531-C9533 C9504.1 2 3 4 Mark No.C9519. Description Part No.C9506.2B UDZS5.R9507.1B COILS AND FILTERS F L9503-L9506 L9501.D8508 D8512.D9459.C9518 C9501. Description Part No.C9303 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH471J50 CKSRYF104Z50 RESISTORS R9602 R9504.IC8503 IC8508 IC8507 Q8507 Q8504.Q9502 D9503 D9506-D9508 D9501.R9534-R9536 Other Resistors RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S75R0F RS1/16S###J RESISTORS All Resistors B RS1/16S###J OTHERS CN9301 SOCKET (20P) CN9302 16P CONNECTOR AKP1226 VKN1220 OTHERS JA9501 CN9502 CN9503 JA9502 JA9505 PIN JACK(3P) 50P CONNECTER MINI JACK 4P MINIDIN SOCKET(S) 15P D-SUB SOCKET AKB1303 AKM1201 AKN1028 AKP1238 AKP1241 RKN1026 ANG2657 D SR ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS IC9451 IC9453 IC9452 Q9455.L9502 LCTAW1R0J2520 LCTAW560J2520 COILS AND FILTERS F8511 EMI FILTER L8501.6B UDZS9.L8502 INDUCTOR ATF1194 ATH1126 CAPACITORS C9520-C9522 ACH1357 CAPACITORS PDP-R04E 3 4 98 1 2 .C9515.Q8508 Q8515 Q8503.D9452.C9523 CAPACITORS C9304 C9301.Q9302 Q9303 TC74VHC08FT 2SC4116 DTA124EUA C9605 (47uF/16V) C9517.C9305-C9308 C9302.IC9302 Q9301.D9460 SP3232ECY TC74VHC00FT TC74VHC125FT 2SA1586 2SC4116 DTC124EUA 1SS355 C JA9503 RIMOCON JACK 9501 F GROUNDIG PLATE F LED ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS Q9652 D9654 D9653 RN2902 SML-310MT SML-311UT CAPACITORS C9456.D9504.D8513 D8507 D8502 BD6522F M5291FP PQ025EZ01ZP PQ033EZ01ZP 2SC4116 HN1C01FU RN1303 RN2303 TPC8003 1SS355 1SS355 HZU2.D9513 D9509-D9511 24LCS21A MM1522XU NJM12904V TC74VHC08FT DTC124EUA 1SS301 1SS302 UDZS5.1B IC9501 IC9602 IC9601 IC9502 Q9501. ACH1391 CCSRCH220J50 CEHAT471M10 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB105K10 CKSRYB473K16 CKSRYF104Z16 DCH1165 C MDR ASSY A SEMICONDUCTORS IC9301.C9602.D8506.C9459. Mark No.C9460 ACH1399 CKSRYF104Z16 CAPACITORS C9651 CKSRYB103K50 RESISTORS All Resistors D RS1/16S###J RESISTORS All Resistors RS1/16S###J OTHERS JA9453 JA9451 JA9452 CN9452 MINI JACK(4P) 9P D-SUB SOCKET RIMOCON JACK 12P CONNECTOR AKN1073 AKP1240 RKN1004 VKN1216 OTHERS CN9651 PH CONNECTOR S7B-PH-SM3 G REG ASSY E FRONT ASSY SEMICONDUCTORS E SEMICONDUCTORS IC8509 IC8501.D8504.C9502 C9505.C9514 C9507-C9512 C9503 C9516.6B UDZS5.C9606 C9513.Q9458 Q9453 Q9454.Q9456.C9457 (10uF/16V) C9451-C9455.D9505 D9512.

C8503.3V) C8507.R8545 Other Resistors ACN1164 ACN1188 ACN1188 RS1/16S1001F RS1/16S1101F RS1/16S3301F RS1/16S3302F RS1LMF1R0J RS1/16S###J OTHERS CN8505.C8525 C8505.R8530 R8533-R8535 R8503 R8509 R8504 R8520 R8543.5 6 7 8 Mark No.CN8506 SOCKET 14-P CN8651 PLUG(15P) U8502 DD CON UNIT U8510 DD CON UNIT AKP1247 KM200NA15 AXY1066 AXY1070 C H AC SW ASSY SWITCHES AND RELAYS > S9341 ASG1093 D OTHERS CN9341 2P-SIDE VA-CONNECTOR S2P3-VH I POWER SUPPLY UNIT POWER SUPPLY UNIT has no service part. J PC CARD MODULE PC CARD MODULE has no service part.C8539.C8532.C8526.C8531 (22uF/16V) C8504.C8547 C8502. ACH1391 ACH1396 A C8536 (47uF/16V) C8501.C8541.C8545 C8527.C8508.R8510.C8540 C8542.C8514 C8506. E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 99 .C8546.R8522.C8519 C8520 C8537.R8511.C8529.C8544 ACH1400 CCSRCH221J50 CEAT101M50 CEHAZL471M16 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB821K50 CKSRYF104Z16 DCH1165 B RESISTORS R8502.C8534.C8533 (100uF/6. Description Part No.R8508 R8506.C8528.C8543.C8538.

1 2 3 4 6. If the adjustment is shifted or if it becomes necessary to readjust because of part replacement. 3. and no part replacement is allowed. etc. it is not necessary to readjust even if an assembly is replaced.1 HOW TO ENTER SERVICE FACTORY MODE Refer to the technical document (Service Know-How). Normally. perform the adjustment as described below. Any value changed in Service/Factory mode will be stored in memory as soon as it is changed. The assembly must be replaced as a unit. 6. and no part replacement is allowed. No adjustment required AV BOARD Assy MR MAIN BOARD Assy PC CARD Unit Other assemblies E Adjustment items 1 AFC Adjustment 2 RF-AGC Adjustment 3 L'AFC Adjustment 4 Video Level Adjustment F 100 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Use a stable AC power supply. At shipment. Before readjustment.2 POSSIBLE CASES WHERE READJUSTMENT IS REQUIRED When any of the following assemblies is replaced POWER SUPPLY Unit AV BOARD Assy MR MAIN BOARD Assy C No adjustment required No adjustment required No adjustment required No adjustment required No adjustment required PC Card Unit Other assemblies When any part in the following assemblies is replaced POWER SUPPLY Unit D The assembly must be replaced as a unit. and no part replacement is allowed. ADJUSTMENT A 1. If the front end is replaced.. the unit is adjusted to its best conditions. B 6. adjustment is required. 2. take note of the original values for reference in case you need to restore the original settings. The assembly must be replaced as a unit.

A ¶ Rough diagram of switching between SR+ and RS-232C SR Assy AV BOARD Assy 232C Driver 232C (DSUB_9P) TXD (EXT).7 SERVICE FACTORY MODE". As the SR+ system is selected at shipment. to control with RS-232C commands in servicing it is necessary to switch the paths. PC 232C → SR+ only E Enter the Service Factory mode (See "6. After servicing.3 USING RS-232C COMMANDS For the PDP-434HD and -504HD series Plasma Displays. Then within 3 seconds after the key is released. hold the 2-screen key on the remote control unit pressed for 3-10 seconds.5 6 7 8 6. Controlling with either the SR+ system or RS-232C commands can be selected. the circuitry is structured as shown in the diagram below to support the SR+ system. Then within 3 seconds after the key is released. use the SET key on the remote control unit to set to RS-232C (the baud rate last selected is chosen) or the HOME MENU key to set to SR+.) START INFORMATION Send the command "BR0" RS-232C Media Receiver VERSION PC Command "BR0" F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 101 . be sure to return the setting to the SR+ system. RXD (EXT) IC9702 (IF Microcomputer) SR_EN_B B SR+ Interface SR+ (SR out) ¶ How to switch from SR+ to RS-232C Remote control unit Enter the Service Factory mode SR+ → 232C / 232C → SR+ C START INFORMATION MUTE Select INITIALIZE mode INITIALIZE Select UART INITIALIZE Up VERSION SYNC DET UART SELCT Down Select SR+ / 232C INITIALIZE D UART Left SR+ ↔ 232C Right Tips: How to change the SR+/RS-232C setting without entering Service Factory mode Hold the VOLUME or key on the remote control unit pressed for 3-10 seconds during Standby mode.

1 2 3 4 6. ¶ Adjustment Points B AV BOARD ASSY Rear side SIDE A B SIDE A SIDE B C D E F 102 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . perform adjustments as shown below.4 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS A If readjustment is necessary because of adjustment error at shipment.

5 ± 0.1V B 1 9 Digital multimeter / Tester L7504 (AV BOARD Assy)(1/8) TP7501 (AV BOARD Assy) C 2 RF-AGC Adjustment Equipment : SG. Digital mutimeter / Tester Condition : Input RF level 75dBµV PAL-B/G White bar 100% A START Select 175.1V 1 9 Digital multimeter / Tester E VR7502 (AV BOARD Assy)(1/8) TP7506 (AV BOARD Assy) F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 103 .5 6 7 8 1 AFC Adjustment Equipment : SG. Digital mutimeter / Tester Condition : Input RF level 68dBµV PAL-B/G Multiburst D START Select 196.25 MHz Adjust TP7501 to 2.0 ± 0.25 MHz Adjust TP7506 to 3.

1 2 3 4 3 L'AFC Adjustment A Equipment : SG. Digital mutimeter / Tester Condition : Input RF level 75dBµV SECAM-L' Color bar START B Adjust TP7506 to 2.50 MHz 1 9 Digital multimeter / Tester VR7503 (AV BOARD Assy)(1/8) TP7506 (AV BOARD Assy) C 4 Video Level Adjustment Equipment : SG Condition : Input RF level 75dBµV PAL-B/G White bar 100% D Adjust TP7502 to 1.05Vp-p START Select 175.25 MHz 1.5 ± 0.05Vp-p E 1 9 CH1 (X) CH2 (Y) Oscilloscope VR7504 (AV BOARD Assy)(1/8) TP7502 (AV BOARD Assy) F 104 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .0 ± 0.0 ± 0.1V Select 50.

5 TRAP SWITCH ¶ Outline and Notes For video data transmission from the Media Receiver to the PDP-434HD and PDP-504HD-series Plasma Displays. Therefore. A B TRAP switch ¶ Rear view C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 105 . be sure to remove the adhesive tape. this unit adopts the HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) system for copyright protection. digital signals are used. After servicing. fix the switch to the OFF position using adhesive tape before turning on the unit.5 6 7 8 6." in order to prevent the panel technology from being leaked out. This unit is also provided with a detection switch (TRAP switch) that will prohibit the unit from being turned on again "if the upper plate of the unit is accidentally opened. The TRAP switch is disabled while the unit is turned off. When performing internal diagnosis of the PDP.

This connection is required in order to use ground in common with the SR cable. straight) 232C Media Receiver (this unit) SR IN AC IN INPUT 1 VIDEO L R If the PDP-433P (or PDP-503P) is available.) Media Receiver (this unit) 232C SR IN AC IN PDP-504P (or -434P) PDP-503P (or -433P) NO INPUT 1 VIDEO L R MDR DVI OK F 106 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . aim the remote control unit at the remote control sensor of the device (DVD in this case). RS-232C must be selected beforehand using the remote control unit and by making the above connections. (Do NOT use the MDR connectors. because signals assigned to the connectors differ.3. use a straight cable. which may result in a failure of the Media Receiver. (Do NOT use the MDR connectors. • If the plasma display for a previous model. etc. As the remote control sensor is not provided with the Media Receiver. connect only the DVI connectors (white) of the Media Receiver and the plasma display. the audio L channel is used.) OUTPUT VIDEO L R SR OUT If the PDP-433P (or PDP-503P) is available. is available. servicing while checking displays or using the menus is possible. (Do NOT use the MDR connector when servicing the Media Receiver alone.) ¶ RS-232C control using a PC As the SR+ system is selected at shipment. • Connect either the audio or the video output of the device (DVD in the example) and the corresponding audio or video input of the Media Receiver." For connection with the PC. Using the MDR connector may damage the unit. D PC (having a serial port) Serial cable (9-pin. In the example. using the SR cable. and the Media Receiver operates on such precondition. For details. but the audio R channel or video can be used instead. servicing while checking displays or using the menus is possible. USING RS-232C COMMANDS.6 SERVICING USING ONLY THE MEDIA RECEIVER A For servicing of the PDP-434HD and PDP-504HD-series Plasma Display using only the Media Receiver. Be sure not to connect to the MDR connector. it is considered that the PDP-434P (or -504P) is connected. In this case. this connection is required for using the remote control unit if the panel is not available. even though it has the same shape and number of pins. servicing while checking displays or using the menus is possible. For this. because with the SR cable connection the ground connection for signal reference is not available.1 2 3 4 6. MDR DVI C Pin cable Use only the DVI (white) connectors. using a cable with phono plugs. the following two methods can be used: ¶ Remote controlling using SR connections About connections • Connect the SR OUT connector of a Pioneer product having that connector (a DVD in the following example) and the SR IN connector of the Media Receiver. 232C MDR DVI Use only the DVI (white) connectors. such as the PDP-433P or PDP-503P. to use RS-232C control. SR cable (monaural cable) Media Receiver (this unit) 232C SR IN AC IN INPUT 1 VIDEO L R B Pioneer product having the SR OUT connector (DVD.) ¶ Note on connection E If the MDR connector of the PDP-434HD or -504HD-series is used. The MDR connector of the Media Receiver must not be used. see "6.

B Remote control codes in Service Factory mode SR Function Muting DOWN UP LEFT Main Function Switching the main items Switching the subtitled items Switching the subtitled items Increasing the adjustment value Decreasing the adjustment value Switching layers Selecting input Selecting input Increasing the channel number Decreasing the channel number Function: TV Remarks Shifting to the next main item Shifting downward to the next subtitled item Shifting upward to the next upper layer Increasing the adjustment value C RIGHT Decreasing the adjustment value Shifting downward or upward to the next lower or upper layer Shifting the input to the next function Switching the input to xx Advancing a preset channel (effective when Function is set to TV) Turning a preset channel backward (effective when Function is set to TV) Function: TV (previously selected channel number is selected) Function: BS (previously selected channel number is selected) Turning the power off Turning Service Factory mode off Turning Service Factory mode off and Menu mode on E D SET INPUT INPUTxx CH+ CH- Numeric keys BS numeric keys POWER FACTORY MENU Function: BS Power OFF Factory OFF Menu ON AXD1481 F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 107 . use the supplied remote control unit.) ¶ User data User data will be treated as follows: • User data on picture.5 6 7 8 6. A Operation in Service Factory mode ¶ Functions whose settings are set to OFF The settings for the following functions are set to OFF when Service Factory mode is entered (including when the "FAY" command is received): • Two-screen operations (input function set on the main side is selected) • P ZOOM • STILL • Detection of the TRAP switch (The log in the EEPROM is retained.7 SERVICE FACTORY MODE To operate in Service Factory mode.and audio-quality adjustments are not reflected (data stored in memory will be retained). • Data on screen position are reset to the default values (data stored in memory will be retained).

SYNC DET 2. RGB 2 3. PANEL 1 4. DTV CH PRESET 14. PULSE METER 10. VERSION 2. IF EEPROM READ 7. BY GAIN MUTE MUTE 4 COMMON ADJ. RGB 1 2. TEMPERATURE 7. SIDE MASK LEVEL 4. FULL MASK 3. C TEMP STD 9. GY GAIN 4. C TEMP MID LOW 8.1 2 3 4 Changes of the Service Factory menus A 1 INFORMATION mode Up 1. BSD ANT VOLT 5 OPTION mode 1. HDMI SIGNAL 13. CVY GAIN 2. PATTERN MASK 2. IC3 TEST 4. MODULE EEPROM READ 9. CVT AUTO 14. INTEGRATOR MODE C MUTE 3 INDIVIDUAL mode D 1. C TEMP MID HIGH 10. DYNAMIC RANGE 5. PANEL PD 4. mode E 1. C TEMP MODE 2 B Down MUTE MUTE 2 FUNCTION CHECK mode 1. IC4 TEST 5. RY GAIN 3. PANEL REVICE 5. FAN 6. C TEMP LOW 7. BACKUP EEPROM READ 10. MAIN EEPROM READ 8. IC1 TEST 2. MR NG 6. P ON COUNTER 11. UART SELECT 13. DRIVE MODE 3. DIGITAL EEPROM 12. REAL LIMITER 4. AFT LOCK 7. TUNER SIGNAL INFO MUTE 6 INITIALIZE mode 1. PANEL 2 F 108 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . EDIT WRITE MODE 6. HOUR METER 8. BSD FACTORY 12. C TEMP HIGH 11. IC2 TEST 3. FINAL SETUP 6. MR HOUR METER 9. SERIAL 3. HDMI GENE-CON 12. SLOT EEPROM READ 11. PANEL SD 5. SYSTEM CABLE MODE 13.

etc.) 3 Color system and signal type Color System and Signal Type On-Screen Display NTSC BLACK/WHITE Y / CB / CR Y / PB / PR RGB Digital video signal Composite input/ S-connector input NTV BWV CBR PBR RGB DIG E 4 Option (Destination. (See next page.5 6 7 8 Indications in Service Factory mode 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 A I N F ORMA T I ON V E R S I ON I / F MA I N GU I – P RG GU I – DA T MO D U L E S EQ – P RG S EQ – DA T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1A 1K 1K 1K 1A 1X 1X VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV –USS Main-items Subtitled-items 001X B Main-item indications Four parameters are displayed: 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 1 2 3 I N F ORMA T I ON VD1 – 0 1 7 –NTV – ST 1 1 2 3 4 C 1 Input function Input Functions INPUT 1 Terrestrial wave CS-DIGITAL BS-DIGITAL On-Screen Display VD1 AIR CSD BSD D 2 SIG mode and screen size Note: See SIG-Mode Tables.) Options HD system in Europe On-Screen Display EHS F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 109 .

725 48.879 48.476 60.500 45.666 72.500 43.000 50.050 Horizontal Frequency fh (kHz) 24.000 50.000 Horizontal Frequency fh (kHz) 15.250 60.986 56.000 60.250 59.000 56.000 85.069 75.137 A8* B3* B4* B6* B7* B8* C3* D2* D3* D6* D7* D8* E7* F3* F5* F7* F8* G2* G3* G5* 1280 × 768 832 × 624 1024 × 768 852 × 480 800 × 600 640 × 480 59.023 68.1556 37.750 15.000 37.000 50.750 31.550 60.000 D E F 110 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .000 50.875 53.363 56.061 74.000 60.317 72.469 37.113 47.029 84.087 85. and alphabetics for the PC signals) Second character: Grouping of the V frequencies SIG-Mode table for video signals (resolutions and V frequencies) SIG-Mode 13* 21* 33* 41* 43* 51* 61* 63* SDTV • 625p HDTV • 750p Signal Type SDTV • 525i SDTV • 625i SDTV • 525p HDTV • 1125i Vertical Frequency fv (Hz) 60.125 33.674 49.500 28.188 75.833 70.680 35.469 35.861 31.809 75.677 45.250 37.940 66.825 31.000 60.300 31.077 46.861 37.004 70.625 31.000 85.000 B SIG-Mode table for PC signals (resolutions and V frequencies) SIG-Mode A2* A5* C Signal Type 720 × 400 Vertical Frequency fv (Hz) 56.000 70.1 2 3 4 ¶ SIG-Mode Table A The signal mode is displayed in three characters: First character: Resolution of the input signal (numerics for the video signals.997 56.000 60.

5 6 7 8 2nd Character – 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (spare) ? Reference V Frequency – 50 56 60 66 70 For interpolation of 72-Hz area 75 85 – – Out of range No signal Remarks A For distinguishing between 70-Hz or 75-Hz area B Third character: Selection of the screen size by the user is displayed. ×: not available) 3rd Character 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description on GUI DOT BY DOT 4:3 FULL (FULL1) ZOOM CINEMA WIDE FULL 14 : 9 CINEMA 14 : 9 FULL2 OVERSCAN VIDEO × ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? PC ? ? ? × × × × × ? × HDTV1035i Remarks C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 111 . (?: available.

Content The flash memory versions for each device are displayed. VERSION (1) 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON V E R S I ON ( 1 ) I / F MA I N GU I – P RG GU I – DA T MO D U L E S EQ – P RG S EQ – DA T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1A 1K 1K 1K 1A 1X 1X VD 1 – 0 1 3 – N T V – AHS C 001X The flash memory versions for each device are displayed. The number of times the power to the panel was turned on is displayed. Power-down and/or shutdown generated on the Media Receiver side and their/its time of occurrence are displayed. The file information of HDMI series are displayed. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Function / Display VERSION (1) VERSION (2) SERIAL PANEL PD PANEL SD MR NG TEMPERATURE HOUR METER MR HOUR METER PULSE METER P ON COUNTER DIGITAL EEPROM HDMI SIGNAL INFO. (common part) The flash memory versions for each device are displayed. Shutdown generated on the panel side and its time of occurrence are displayed. WT D S 1 1 European HD Device PC-CARD TELTEXT F Name Display CARD TEXT Version Display 8 character 60 character Remarks 112 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Flash memory of Device User IF microcomputer (MR: IC8702) D On-Screen Display I/F MAIN GUI–PRG GUI–DAT MODULE SEQ–PRG SEQ–DAT Main microcomputer (MR: IC7207) Program for IC 3 (MR: IC7101) GUI data for IC 3 (MR: IC7101) Module microcomputer (for the PDP) Program for IC 4 (for the PDP) Sequence data for IC 4 (for the PDP) 2. (individual part) For displaying the serial number of the product (not used) Power-down generated on the panel side and its time of occurrence are displayed. The pulse meter value on the panel side is displayed. VERSION (2) 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON V E R S I ON ( 2 ) CARD TEXT VD1 – 1 3 1 –NTV – EHS E 00100000 S U B .1 2 3 4 1 INFORMATION mode ¶ Operation items A No. Information on temperature is displayed. Cumulative power-on time to the Media Receiver is displayed. B 9 10 11 12 13 14 1. The status of the backup data for the module microcomputer is displayed. TUNER SIGNAL INFO. Cumulative power-on time to the panel is displayed. The radio-wave conditions input to the GCR and IC 1 are displayed.

(EEPROM4K : IC5206. VOLIC : IC3502) F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 113 .5 6 7 8 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 B Type of Power-down No corresponding item Power-down of the main power supply system Power-down of the scanning system Power-down in the path between the scanning system and 5-V power supply Power-down of the Y-Drive system Power-down of the Y-DC/DC converter On-Screen Display No. • Panel power-down information No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Type of Shutdown Abnormality in IC 4 communication Abnormality in module microcomputer IIC communication Moisture-condensation detection Abnormality in panel temperature Short-circuiting of the speakers Abnormality in module microcomputer communication On-Screen Display (MAIN) IC4 MD-IIC DEW TEMP1 AUDIO MODULE Remarks E Subcategories exist. ----POWER SCAN SCN-5V Y-DRV Y-DCDC 7 8 9 A B C Type of Power-down Power-down of the Y-SUS system Power-down of the address system Power-down of the X-DRIVE circuitry Power-down of the X-DC/DC converter Power-down of the X-SUS system Power-down of the driving IC power supply system On-Screen Display Y-SUS ADRS X-DRV X-DCDC X-SUS D-DCDC C 5. EROM2K : IC402. • Panel shutdown information No. PANEL SD 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON PANE L SD MA I N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AUD I O MD – I I C T EMP 1 SUB ––––– VOL I C ––––– VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 0 0 1 0 3H5 1M 0 0 0 7 5H4 2M 0 0 0 5 0H5 0M H M H M H M H M H M D The shutdown log only on the panel side is displayed. PANEL PD 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON PANE L PD F I RST 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 X – DRV Y – SUS SCAN Y – DCDC SCN – 5 V ADRS VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 S E COND P OWE R Y – DCDC ––––– P OWE R P OWE R ––––– 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 2 7 9 4 0 0 3H5 5H4 0H5 3H0 2H3 0H0 H H 1M 2M 0M 3M 1M 7M M M A Power-down information only on the panel side is displayed.

TEMP2: The value read from the temperature sensor built into the Media Receiver is displayed in the range of 000-255.1 2 3 4 6. AD-S (IC6602). Subcategories exist.S. Abnormality in BSD status D BS-D or DTV (Japan or U. FE2 (U7502)*2. • Media Receiver NG information B No. the output is controlled in 2 steps. FAN: The value of the Fan output is displayed. AD-M (IC6402). For reference. HDMI1 (IC6801). only) CARD 7. and the value for weak output is set to about 93. TX-COM (IC8904)*3. Note: Refer to the service manual of the panel. and the value for strong output is set to about 131. *2 : U. IC3 (IC7101) MA-EEP (IC7205). the approximate value for 60°C is 169 and for 35°C is 131. model only IC6 (IC6951). MR NG 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 A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON MR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 NG MA I N M R – PWR MO D U L E MA – I I C MA – I I C MA – S R L MA I N T EMP 2 SUB –––––– –––––– FE2 A V – SW 2 I C3 –––––– –––––– VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 3 1 0 0 0 1H2 3H4 1H5 3H0 2H5 1H5 0H0 H 1M 5M 0M 3M 2M 8M 7M M Information on power-down and shutdown of the Media Receiver side is displayed. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 C Type of Failure Power-down of the MR power supply Abnormality in module microcomputer communication Abnormality in 3-wire serial communication of the main microcomputer Abnormality in main microcomputer IIC communication Abnormality in main microcomputer communication Abnormality in temperature of the Media Receiver Fan stopped. FE1 (U7501). 9 • Subcategory information Type of Shutdown MA-SRL Subcategory Remarks MA-IIC IF microcomputer (IC8702). CCD (IC8903)*2.S. IC1-S (IC6255). TEMPERATURE 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON T EMP E RA T UR E T EMP T EMP F AN 1 2 : 128 : 149 : : 125 VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 E TEMP1: The value read from the temperature sensor built into the panel is displayed in the range of 000-255. IC1-M (IC6107). Abnormality in communication of the digital tuner Abnormality in the ASIC power supply on the MR side On-Screen Display (MAIN) MR-PWR MODULE MA-SRL MA-IIC MAIN TEMP2 FAN BS-D M-DCDC Remarks Subcategories exist. *3 : Europe model and General area model AV-SW1 (IC8002). F 114 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . MPX (IC7502)*3 PS/RST No power. or reset status continued RETRY DEVICE COMM DEVICE RESET The signal 0x02 (ready) has not been received. HDMI2 (IC6881)*2. IC2 (IC7004). Subcategories exist. AV-SW2 (IC8005). At shipment.

HOUR METER 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON HOUR ME T E R VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 A 0 0 1 5 1H2 1M The cumulative power-on time of the panel is displayed. F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 115 . B 9. MR HOUR METER 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON MR HOUR ME T E R VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 0 0 1 5 1H2 1M C The cumulative power-on time of the Media Receiver is displayed. it's counted total 3840 pixels (for 50 inch) or 3072 pixels (for 43 inch) discharging. 1024/16 x 768/16 = 3072) The first digit numbr is 1M pulses. Note : Dividing screen into sixteen times sixteen and counting five different locations on a screen. 11. 10. PULSE METER 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON PULSE ME T E R B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 : : : : : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 0 0 0 0 0 D The cumulative number of pulses of the panel is displayed. P ON COUNTER 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON P ON COUN T E R 00000000 VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 E T I ME S The cumulative number of times the panel was turned on is displayed.5 6 7 8 8. Each item. (1280/16 x 768/16 = 3840.

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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON D I G I TAL E E P R OM VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 E SERV I CE YES PAR T S NO ? F 116 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 12. the adjustment values in it can be temporarily stored in the ROM then be written on the new Assy after replacement.) Whether adjustment has been made on the DIGITAL Assy of the PDP or not (i.) To download the data from the backup ROM. It is planned for this function to be supported as soon as it becomes possible. 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON D I G I TAL E E P R OM VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 DA T A YES T RANS F ER NO ? D • Clearing the data in the ROM of the DIGITAL Assy The display below is automatically displayed after either YES or NO is selected on the display shown above.e. press the ENTER key while the above screen is displayed. (This function is not supported for initially produced products. and whether the data on any adjustment values are retained in the backup ROM or not are displayed. Then all data on adjustment values in the ROM of the DIGITAL Assy are cleared. Move the cursor to YES then press the ENTER key. The display changes as shown below. The data in the backup ROM are downloaded into the new Assy. 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON D I G I TAL AD J US T BACK UP E E P R OM : NG : OK VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 B C • Downloading the data from the backup ROM (This must be performed after the DIGITAL Assy is replaced. in the state of a new service part).. Move the cursor to YES then press the ENTER key. DIGITAL EEPROM A When the DIGITAL Assy of the PDP is to be replaced.

HDMI SIGNAL INFO 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON H DM I S I GNA L – – – – – – – – – 4E 4F 50 51 55 2A 30 31 44 : : : : : : : : : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I N1 – 0 1 3 –D I G–ST 1 A 0x60 0x68 0x68 – – – – – – – – – 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 5 6 7 8 4 5 6 7 8 : : : : : : : : : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Technical examination display (Reading status registers in HDMI receiver and displaying them by HEX value.) B 14.5 6 7 8 13. TUNER SIGNAL INFO 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N F ORMA T I ON T UNER S I GNA L – – – – – – – – – –– 00 01 02 17 18 1A 1C 1D : : : : : : : : : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I NFO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 FE GCR I C1 C For technical discussion D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 117 .

2. (MIN : STOP. model. It's performed to two tuner and DTV tuner to U.S. this setting is set normal (AFT function) automatically. CNT : Low Speed. 1 (Default) NO Display Function Remarks Performing this function when shifting from "NO" to "YES". E 7 YES Perform AUTO PRESET function to specific frequency to reduce AUTO RESET time at production line. this function is set to normal automatically. After getting off service factory mode.1 2 3 4 2 FUNCTION CHECK A 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 F UNC T I ON CHECK VD1 – 1 3 1 –NTV – JHS No last memory in this menu F AN < = > :MIN B No.1 FAN Controls FAN speed by force. After turning off a unit (including stand-by mode). MAX : High) Temp sensor is working only displaying data value in service factory mode. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C Display IC1 TEST IC2 TEST IC3 TEST IC4 TEST FAN <=> AFT <=> BSD ANT VOLT <=> AUTO PRESET CHECK <=> Detail For CMX For CMX For CMX For CMX : MINI ⇔ CONT ⇔ MAX UNLOCKED ⇔ LOCKED 15V ⇔ 11V ⇔ 0 NO ⇔ YES Remarks 232C Command *1 For Factory use Only domestic model Only Europe HD and for Factory use ALN/ALY BVH/BVM/BVL None 8 2.3 AUTO PRESET CHECK For production line use only Select No. 2.2 AFT LOCK D For production line use only Stop AFT tuner received function and receive a center frequency. F 118 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

Function/Display 0 1 2 3 4 5 V50 V60 (initial value) P60 P70 V72 V75 Content Video 50-Hz sequence Video 60-Hz sequence PC 60-Hz sequence PC 70-Hz sequence Video 72-Hz sequence Video 75-Hz sequence Corresponding RS-232C Command F50 F60 F61 F70 F72 F75 E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 119 . The mask pattern can be cyclically changed by pressing the up or down cursor key. Function/Display 1 2 3 4 5 9 PATTERN MASK (+) FULL MASK (+) PEAK LIMITER DYNAMIC RANGE EDID WRITE MODE EU CH PRESET Content Selecting the pattern mask of IC4 Selecting the raster mask of IC4 ON ⇔ FFF ON ⇔ FFF DISABLE ⇔ ENABLE FACTORY ⇔ USER Corresponding RS-232C Command PAN/PAF DYY/DYN EWY/EWN C 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 OP T I ON VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 D P A T T E R N MA S K <=> : 01 ( P60 ) The mask frequency can be cyclically changed (see the table below) by pressing the left or right cursor key. the mask screen will appear.5 6 7 8 5 OPTION mode A 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 OP T I ON VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 P A T T E R N MA S K ( + ) B No. • Frequency selection while the mask is displayed No. Approximately 2 seconds after either the up or down cursor key is pressed.

D • UART SELCT Option No. the • When there is a modification log. if the “ modification log will be cleared.1 2 3 4 6 INITIALIZE mode (For managing switching of the initial settings and destination setting) A 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I N I T I AL I ZE VD1 – 0 1 3 –NTV – ST 1 S YNC DET ( + ) B No.3 USING RS-232C COMMANDS". 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C Function/Display SYNC DET (+) DRIVE MODE (+) SIDE MASK LEV (+) PANEL REVICE (+) FINAL SETUP (+) C TEMP LOW (+) C TEMP MID LOW (+) C TEMP STD (+) C TEMP MID HIGH (+) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) Content For setting the parameter for sync detection of IC1/GCR 8 9 10 C TEMP HIGH (+) 11 BSD FACTORY (+) 12 UART SELECT <=> 13 CVT AUTO <=> 1200-232C ⇔ ••• ⇔ 38400-232C ⇔ 9600-SR+ DISABLE ⇔ ENABLE (For Factory use) ” key is held pressed for at least 3 seconds while the above display is displayed. F 120 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Function / Display 1200-232C 2400-232C 4800-232C 9600-232C 19200-232C 38400-232C Operation / Control To set to SR+ (9600 BPS) To set to RS-232C (1200 BPS) To set to RS-232C (2400 BPS) To set to RS-232C (4800 BPS) To set to RS-232C (9600 BPS) To set to RS-232C (19200 BPS) To set to RS-232C (38400 BPS) Remarks Corresponding RS-232C Command BR0 BR1 BR2 1 (initial setting) 9600-SR+ 2 3 E 4 5 6 7 For switching external communication between RS-232C and SR+ BR3 BR4 BR5 BR6 Tips: How to change the SR+/RS-232C setting without entering Service Factory mode Refer to the section "6.

*: 1-9.8 LIST OF RS-232C COMMANDS RS-232C commands can be used in Service Factory mode. If another command is received by the Media Receiver. Before using RS-232C commands. or F (making the adjustment value the minimum) D The GUI equivalent to that usually displayed when the power is turned on is displayed. the duration of on-screen display is unlimited. of the MR Obtaining the P ON COUNTER value Obtaining power-down information Obtaining the PANEL REVISE data Obtaining the PULSE METER data Obtaining the PANEL W/B data Obtaining the version data for each device Obtaining data on various operations Obtaining shutdown information Adjusting side mask G While the DIY command is in force. Setting value: 000-007 E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 121 . See "6. an on-screen display is displayed. 0 (0 means 10).3. On-screen display is prohibited. The GET-group commands are effective at any time. it is necessary to change the factory presetting. B C CNG CPC CPD CPM CSD D DIY DIN DOF DRF DRN DW* E EWN EWY F F50 F60 F61 F70 F72 F75 FAJ FAN G GAJ GMM GNG GNM GPC GPD GPR GPM GPW GS1 GS2 GSD GSL Clearing MR NG information Clearing the power-on counter Clearing power-down information Clearing the pulse meter Clearing shutdown information C Turning on the on-screen display Turning off the on-screen display Erasing the currently displayed indications Turning off the power for the drive system Turning on the power for the drive system Decreasing the adjustment value by * Prohibiting writing of EDID data Permitting writing of EDID data Video 50-Hz sequence Video 60-Hz sequence PC 60-Hz sequence PC 70-Hz sequence Video 72-Hz sequence Video 75-Hz sequence Determining the adjustment values for the unit Turning Service Factory mode off Obtaining the adjustment values for the panel Switching the gamma levels Obtaining NG data of the MR Obtaining the serial No. including during Standby mode." A Command A ABL B BCP BR0 BR1 BR2 BR3 BR4 BR5 BR6 BSL BVH BVL BVM BYG Operation Adjusting power consumption Transmitting the backup data to the DIGITAL Assy UART setting: SR+ (9600 BPS) UART setting: RS-232C (1200 BPS) UART setting: RS-232C (2400 BPS) UART setting: RS-232C (4800 BPS) UART setting: RS-232C (9600 BPS) UART setting: RS-232C (19200 BPS) UART setting: RS-232C (38400 BPS) Adjusting side mask B Setting the power supply for the BSD antenna to 15 V Setting the power supply for the BSD antenna to 11 V Setting the power supply for the BSD antenna to 0 V BY GAIN Remarks Any RS-232C command to the Media Receiver becomes disabled as soon as this command is issued.5 6 7 8 6. USING RS-232C COMMANDS.

yellow) Wiper to prevent phosphor burn COLOR BAR Slanted lines Raster-white Raster-red Raster-green Raster-blue Raster-black Raster-cyan Raster-magenta Raster-yellow Raster-cyan 274 Raster-50 flesh color Raster-50 light purple Raster-50 sky blue Raster-red 779 Raster-cyan 218 Raster-cyan 448 Raster-43 flesh color Raster-red 640 Raster-magenta 98 Raster-43 sky blue 1 Raster-43 sky blue 2 Raster-43 light purple Raster-blue 960 Raster-gray 511 (spare) Raster-gray 511 (spare) Remarks B C Area 1.1 2 3 4 Command A I IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 IN5 INA INB INC IND INE INF ING INF M M00 M01 M02 M03 M10 M11 M12 M13 M14 M15 M1G M1O M20 M21 M22 M23 M24 M25 M26 M27 M28 M29 M2E M30 M31 M51 M52 M53 M54 M55 M56 M57 M58 M59 M60 M61 M62 M63 M64 M65 M66 M67 M68 M69 M70 M71 M72 M73 M74 Operation Input selection: Input 1 Input selection: Input 2 Input selection: Input 3 Input selection: Input 4 Input selection: Input 5 Selection of the tuner for terrestrial analog signals (Antenna A) Selection of the tuner for terrestrial analog signals (Antenna B) Selection of the tuner for terrestrial digital signals Selection of the tuner for satellite digital signals (BS) Selection of the tuner for satellite digital signals (CS1) Selection of the tuner for satellite digital signals (CS2) Selection of iLink input functions SD card Mask mode: OFF White: 0-100% Aging mask Aging mask (detection of still picture: OFF) RAMP slant 1 RAMP slant 4 RAMP slant 1 shifting RAMP slant 4 shifting V RAMP H/V RAMP IC1 MAIN GAIN IC1 MAIN OFFSET WINDOW-Low: 102 / High: 870 WINDOW-Low: 102 / High: 1023 WINDOW-Low: 0 / High: 1023 WINDOW-High: 1023 (CENTER) WINDOW-PEAK WINDOW WINDOW-1/7 vertical window WINDOW-magenta/green stripe WINDOW-green/magenta stripe Window (black & white [1 × 8]. checkered pattern [for EMG check]) Window (for W/B adjustment. magenta.25% D E F 122 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 Command M MRG MRO MGG MGO MBG MBO P PBH PBL PGH PGL POF PRH PRL R RYG RSL S S1G S1O SBG SBO SFI SGG SGO SRG SRO T TSY U UP* UAJ V VOF VSU X XD1 XD2 XU1 XU2 Y YD1 YD2 YD3 YD4 YU1 YU2 AD MAIN R GAIN AD MAIN R OFFSET AD MAIN G GAIN AD MAIN G OFFSET AD MAIN B GAIN AD MAIN B OFFSET Operation Remarks A Panel W/B B-HIGH adjustment Panel W/B B-LOW adjustment Panel W/B G-HIGH adjustment Panel W/B G-LOW adjustment Turning the power OFF Panel W/B R-HIGH adjustment Panel W/B R-LOW adjustment RY GAIN Adjustment of side mask R IC1 SUB GAIN IC1 SUB OFFSET AD SUB B GAIN AD SUB B OFFSET Initialization of the full mask table AD SUB G GAIN AD SUB G OFFSET AD SUB R GAIN AD SUB R OFFSET B C Enabling the TRAP switch The command is effective even during Standby mode. Increasing the adjustment value by * *: 1-9. or F (making the adjustment value the maximum) Resetting all data in the DIGITAL Assy to those of a new service part Offset voltage adjustment SUS voltage adjustment D1 trailing-edge pulse of X-SUS D2 trailing-edge pulse of X-SUS U1 leading-edge pulse of X-SUS U2 leading-edge pulse of X-SUS D1 trailing-edge pulse of Y-SUS D2 trailing-edge pulse of Y-SUS D3 trailing-edge pulse of Y-SUS D4 trailing-edge pulse of Y-SUS U1 leading-edge pulse of Y-SUS U2 leading-edge pulse of Y-SUS D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 123 . 0 (0 means 10).

1 2 3 4 6. D GPC: Returning the cumulative number of times the power to the PDP was turned on Order 1 Power-on counter Data Size 8 bytes • Commands for clearing the logs E Parameter PD INFO SD INFO NG INFO HOUR METER MR HOUR METER (Only for the system model) PULSE METER F Corresponding RS-232C Command CPD CSD CNG CHM CHR CPM CPC P ON COUNTER 124 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .9 OUTLINE OF COMMANDS GET Commands A GS1: Returning information on the model and the version of the software Order 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Data on the display Version of the module microcomputer Version of the IC4-MANTA Sequence version (50VIDEO) Sequence version (50PC) Sequence version (43VIDEO) Sequence version (43PC) Version of the IF microcomputer Version of the main microcomputer Version of the IC3-MANTA Version of the OSD Version of the DTV microcomputer (only for models for North America) Version of the CC microcomputer (only for models for North America) Version of the TEXT microcomputer (only for models for Europe) Data Size 3 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes B 9 10 11 12 13 14 Breakdown of the data on the display 4 bytes 4 bytes Data HD5 HD4 Model PDP-504HD series PDP-434HD series C GPM: Returning the data of the PDP pulse meter Order 1 2 3 4 Data Pulse meter (Block area 1) Pulse meter (Block area 2) Pulse meter (Block area 3) Pulse meter (Block area 4) Size 10 bytes 10 bytes 10 bytes 10 bytes 10 bytes 5 Pulse meter (Block area 5) Note: Refer to the service manual of the panel.

E F No power-down Not used (for MR-POWER) P-POWER SCAN SCN-5V Y-DRIVE Y-DCDC Y-SUS ADRS X-DRIVE X-DCDC X-SUS DIG-DCDC Spare Power-down point not identified D Power-down Point C E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 125 .5 6 7 8 GPD: Returning the power-down data (log) of the PDP Order 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Latest "1st PD" data Latest "2nd PD" data Data of hour meter for the latest PD Data on temperature for the latest PD (TEMP1) Second latest “1st PD” data Second latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the second latest PD Data on temperature for the second latest PD (TEMP1) Third latest “1st PD” data Third latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the third latest PD Data on temperature for the third latest PD (TEMP1) Fourth latest “1st PD” data Fourth latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the fourth latest PD Data on temperature for the fourth latest PD (TEMP1) Data Size 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes Order 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Data Fifth latest “1st PD” data Fifth latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the fifth latest PD Data on temperature for the fifth latest PD (TEMP1) Sixth latest “1st PD” data Sixth latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the sixth latest PD Data on temperature for the sixth latest PD (TEMP1) Seventh latest “1st PD” data Seventh latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the seventh latest PD Data on temperature for the seventh latest PD (TEMP1) Eighth latest “1st PD” data Eighth latest “2nd PD” data Data of hour meter for the eighth latest PD Data on temperature for the eighth latest PD (TEMP1) Size 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes A B • Details on "1st/2nd PD" data Data 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D.

1

2

3

4

GSD: Returning the shutdown data (log) of the PDP
A

Order
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Latest SD data

Data
Data of subcategory for the latest SD Data of hour meter for the latest SD Data on temperature for the latest SD (TEMP1) Second latest SD data Data of subcategory for the second latest SD Data of hour meter for the second latest SD Data on temperature for the second latest SD (TEMP1) Third latest SD data Data of subcategory for the third latest SD Data of hour meter for the third latest SD Data on temperature for the third latest SD (TEMP1) Fourth latest SD data Data of subcategory for the fourth latest SD Data of hour meter for the fourth latest SD Data on temperature for the fourth latest SD (TEMP1)

Size
1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes

Order
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Fifth latest SD data

Data
Data of subcategory for the fifth latest SD Data of hour meter for the fifth latest SD Data on temperature for the fifth latest SD (TEMP1) Sixth latest SD data Data of subcategory for the sixth latest SD Data of hour meter for the sixth latest SD Data on temperature for the sixth latest SD (TEMP1) Seventh latest SD data Data of subcategory for the seventh latest SD Data of hour meter for the seventh latest SD Data on temperature for the seventh latest SD (TEMP1) Eighth latest SD data Data of subcategory for the eighth latest SD Data of hour meter for the eighth latest SD Data on temperature for the eighth latest SD (TEMP1)

Size
1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes

B

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

• Details on the shutdown data
C

Data
0 1 2 3 4 5 6-F No abnormality IC4 (IC5401)

Cause of Shutdown

Module microcomputer IIC Abnormality in RST2 (power decrease of DC-DC converter) Panel having abnormally high temperature Audio failure (short-circuiting of the speakers) Spares

D

• Data on the shutdown subcategories for the module microcomputer IIC Data
0 1 2 3 No subcategory EEPROM (4k) (IC5206) EEPROM (2k) (IC4002) Volume IC (IC3502)

Cause of Shutdown

E

F

126
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PDP-R04E
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5

6

7

8

GNG: Returning the data (logs) on power-down and shutdown of the Media Receiver
Order
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Latest NG data Data of subcategory for the latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the latest NG Data on temperature for the latest NG (TEMP2) Second latest NG data Data of subcategory for the second latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the second latest NG Data on temperature for the second latest NG (TEMP2) Third latest NG data Data of subcategory for the third latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the third latest NG Data on temperature for the third latest NG (TEMP2) Fourth latest NG data Data of subcategory for the fourth latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the fourth latest NG Data on temperature for the fourth latest NG (TEMP2)

Data

Size
1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes

Order
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Fifth latest NG data

Data
Data of subcategory for the fifth latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the fifth latest NG Data on temperature for the fifth latest NG (TEMP2) Sixth latest NG data Data of subcategory for the sixth latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the sixth latest NG Data on temperature for the sixth latest NG (TEMP2) Seventh latest NG data Data of subcategory for the seventh latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the seventh latest NG Data on temperature for the seventh latest NG (TEMP2) Eighth latest NG data Data of subcategory for the eighth latest NG Data of MR hour meter for the eighth latest NG Data on temperature for the eighth latest NG (TEMP2)

Size
1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 7 bytes 3 bytes

A

B

• Details on the NG data Data
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 No abnormality Power-down of the MR power supply Communication failure of the module microcomputer Three-wire serial communication failure of the main microcomputer IIC communication failure of the main microcomputer Communication failure of the main microcomputer MR having abnormally high temperature Fan stopped Failure in the digital tuner Abnormality in RST2 of the MR (power decrease of DC-DC converter)

Cause of Shutdown

• Data on the subcategories for failure in IIC communication of the main microcomputer Data
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F G H I K L M No subcategory EEPROM (128k) (IC7205) GCR (Only domestic model) IC1 main (IC6107) IC1 sub (IC6255) AD-PLL main (IC6402) AD-PLL sub (IC6602) IC6 (IC6951) HDMI1 Not used 7-3VIDEO SW (IC8002) 6-2RGB SW (IC8005) Front end 1 (U7501) Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used NICAM-NG (IC7702) TX-COM (IC8904) TX-DEV (IC8904) TX-MEM (IC8904 or IC9101 or IC9104)
E D

Cause of Shutdown

C

• Data on the subcategories for failure in 3-wire serial communication of the main microcomputer Data
0 1 2 3 No subcategory Communication failure of the IF microcomputer IC2 communication failure IC3 communication failure

Cause of Shutdown

• Data on the subcategories for failure in the digital tuner Data
0 1 2 3 4 5 6

Cause of Shutdown
No subcategory (DTV for North America) Communication failure of the BSD microcomputer (PS/RST) BSD microcomputer (RETRY) BSD unit (DEVICE) PC CARD

F

PDP-R04E
5 6 7 8

127

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3

4

GAJ: Returning drive-related adjustment values of the PDP
A

Order
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Data
Currently used ABL table Upper limit of the electric power Vsus adjustment value Vofs adjustment value X-SUS-U1 adjustment value (XU1) X-SUS-U2 adjustment value (XU2) X-SUS-D2 adjustment value (XD2) X-SUS-D1 adjustment value (XD1) Y-SUS-U1 adjustment value (YU1) Y-SUS-U2 adjustment value (YU2) Y-SUS-D1-2 adjustment value (YD2) Y-SUS-D1-1 adjustment value (YD1) Y-SUS-D2-2 adjustment value (YD4) Y-SUS-D2-1 adjustment value (YD3)

Size
3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes 3 bytes

Data
AB1 AB2 AB3 ABL table for NTSC ABL table for PAL ABL table for PC

Table

B

10 11 12 13 14

C

GPW: Returning RGB-level-related adjustment values of the PDP
Order
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Main contrast Red contrast of the W/B adjustment value Green contrast of the W/B adjustment value Blue contrast of the W/B adjustment value Main brightness Red brightness of the W/B adjustment value Green brightness of the W/B adjustment value Blue brightness of the W/B adjustment value

Data
Panel W/B table currently used

Size
3 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes

Data
PT1 PT2 PT3 ABL table for NTSC ABL table for PAL Reserved table

Table

D

9

E

F

128
1 2

PDP-R04E
3 4

PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 129 . main or subsignal? Main signal Is a signal output from IC8002? 3 4 (44) (47) Yes Has the signal arrived at IC6107? 7 8 (52) (59) Yes Subsignal B A Check around IC8002 and No check the communications between IC8002 and the microcomputer. No Set the Input selector to TV. No Check the communications between the FE and IC7501 and around IC7501. GENERAL INFORMATION 7. Yes Has the symptom been settled when the MR MAIN BOARD Assy is replaced? Yes No E The panel is defective.1 DIAGNOSIS 7. selected? Yes Has the signal arrived at IC8002? Yes No Check the communication between the jack and IC8002.5 6 7 8 7. TV signal is not displayed on the screen. • The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the Waveforms for Troubleshooting. Is the communication No Check around the IC that is between each IC on the found to have a failure in MR MAIN BOARD Assy and communication and the the microcomputer normal? microcomputer.7 SERVICE FACTORY MODE. No Is a signal output from IC8002? 5 6 (56) (58) Yes Has the signal arrived at IC6255? 9 10 (52) (59) Yes B D A No Check the communications between IC8002 and IC6255. Check around the FE and No check the communications between the FE and the microcomputer. No Check the communications between IC8002 and IC6107. refer to the section 6.1. Note: Finishing troubleshooting • Diagnosis points A B MR MAIN BOARD ASSY AV BOARD ASSY F • For check the communication with the microcomputer.1 TROUBLE SHOOTING Image for the composite or S signal is not displayed Image for the composite or S signal is not displayed No Is the function corresponding No Select the corresponding to selected signal input signal with the Input selector. Yes Is the Input selector set to TV? Yes Is a signal output normally from the FE (U7501)? (11) Yes Is a signal output from IC7501? 1 (16) Yes Has the signal arrived at IC8002? 2 (63) Yes No Check the communications between IC7501 and IC8002. B A B B B B C Which signal is not output.

Yes Has the signal arrived at IC8002? No Check the communication between the jack and IC8002. D E F 130 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Check around IC8002 and No check the communications between IC8002 and the microcomputer. B B Yes Is a signal output from IC8002? 11 (41) Yes Has the signal arrived at TP7705? No Check the communication between IC8002 and TP7705. B 12 B Yes C Check around the jack. Check than the component or RGB the unit using either the signal? component or RGB signal.1 2 3 4 MONITOR OUT image is not displayed A MONITOR OUT image is not displayed No Only the component and Is a signal being input other No RGB signals can be output from MONITOR OUT.

Y) 19 20 21 Yes Has the signal arrived at IC6601? (1).5 6 7 8 Image for the component or RGB signals is not displayed A Image for the component or RGB signals is not displayed No Is the function corresponding No Select the corresponding to selected signal input signal with the Input selector. (38). Pb. No Is a signal output from IC8005? (35). B 13 14 15 Yes B Check the communication No between CN8660 and IC8005. (36). 6605. (25). Pr) B Check around IC8005 and No check the communications between IC8005 and the microcomputer. (44). (Y. 6403. (46). D Is the communication Check around the IC that is No found to have a failure in between each IC on the MR MAIN BOARD Assy and communication and the the microcomputer normal? microcomputer. Y) Subsignal 16 17 18 Yes Has the signal arrived at IC6401? (1). 6606 A Check the communications between IC8005 and IC6601. Pb. Pr) B C 22 23 24 Yes Has the signal arrived at IC6402? TP6402. (52) No Select the corresponding signal with the Input selector. main or subsignal? Main signal Is a signal output from IC8005? (43).(Pr. (25). E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 131 . No 28 29 30 Yes A 31 32 33 Yes A Check the communications between IC8005 and IC6601. No 25 26 27 Yes No Check the communications between IC6401 and IC6402. B Which signal is not output. (50). (5). (Y. selected? Yes Has the signal arrived at IC8005? Yes No Check the communication between the jack and IC8005. and CN8660 and the microcomputer. 6404 A No Check the communications between IC8005 and IC6401. Image from the PC card is not displayed No Is the Function corresponding to selected signal input selected? Yes Is a signal input to IC8005? (48). (5). Pb. Yes Has the symptom been settled when the MR MAIN BOARD Assy is replaced? Yes Finishing troubleshooting No The panel is defective. Pb. Has the signal arrived at IC6602? TP6604. (Pr.

No Is a signal output from IC8003? (3) (13) No Check around IC8003 and check each input signal. 34 35 Yes Is a signal output from IC8008? (7) (10) C B 34 35 Yes Check around the jack. correctly connected? D Yes Check around the jack. B No 36 37 Yes Is a signal output from IC8007? (1) (7) B No Check around IC8007. Is the volume set to 0? No Is a signal output from IC8003? (3) (13) Yes Raise the volume then check again. 38 39 Yes B Is the flexible cable between No Reconnect the flexible cable CN8653 and CN9502 then check again. Check around IC8008. No Check around IC8003 and check each input signal. Yes Cancel muting then check again. E F 132 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Is sound muting set? No Yes Raise the volume then check again.1 2 3 4 No sound from the headphones A No sound from the headphones No Is sound muting set? No Is the volume set to 0? B No sound from MONITOR OUT No Yes Cancel muting then check again.

No No Check the communications between the FE and IC7501 and around IC7501. Is it sound other than the No TV or VIDEO 3 that doesn't come out? Yes Is a signal input to IC8002? A D 43 44 Yes B B Yes No Check the communications between the jack and IC8002. Check around IC8002 and check the communications between IC8002 and the microcomputer. (64) No Check the communications between IC7502 and IC8002. Yes Cancel muting then check again. Check the communications No around the FE and between the FE and the microcomputer.5 6 7 8 No sound from the speakers (1/2) No sound from the speakers No Is sound muting set? No Is the volume set to 0? No Are the headphones connected? Yes Is it the only TV sound that doesn't come out? Yes Is a signal output normally from the FE? (11) Yes Is a signal output from IC7501? (12) 40 Yes Is a signal output from IC7502? (26). A B B B Yes Check around IC8003 and check the communications between IC8003 and the microcomputer. No Is it only the VIDEO 3 No sound that doesn't come out? Yes Is a signal input to IC8003? (4). (11) No Check the communications between the jack and IC8003. E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 133 . No Disconnect the headphones then check again. (27) 41 42 Yes Is a signal input to IC8002? (62). C B B Check around IC7502. Yes Raise the volume then check again.

Is a signal output from IC8002? B Yes B Check around IC8002 and No check the communications between IC8002 and the microcomputer. (13) 34 35 Yes Is a signal output from IC8008? (7). No B No Check around IC8008. Is a signal output from IC8007? (1). Finishing troubleshooting Has the signal arrived at TP7710? 49 Yes B Check around Q7761. B No Check around IC8003 and check each input signal. Is the volume set to 0? No Are the headphones connected? No Is a signal output from IC8003? (3). (7) 38 39 Yes B No Check around IC8007. Disconnect the headphones then check again. Yes Has the signal arrived at TP8668 and TP8667? 45 46 Yes Has the signal arrived at TP9301 and TP9303? B No Check around IC8003 and check the buffer circuits. Check around the jack. 47 48 Yes Has the symptom been settled when the system cable is replaced? Yes B Check the flexible cables No between the AV BOARD Assy and MR MAIN BOARD Assy and between the MR MAIN BOARD Assy and MDR Assy. No C The panel is defective. (10) 36 37 Yes Yes Raise the volume then check again.1 2 3 4 No sound from the speakers (2/2) A A No sound from the sub-woofer No Is it sound for every function that doesn't come out? No Is sound muting set? No Yes Cancel muting then check again. D E F 134 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

pin 41 E 6 IC8002 .5 6 7 8 1 IC7501 .pin 56 11 IC8002 .pin 52 C 4 IC8002 .pin 59 D 5 IC8002 .pin 44 9 IC6255 .pin 52 A 2 IC8002 .pin 58 12 TP7705 F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 135 .pin 63 8 IC6107 .pin 47 10 IC6255 .pin 16 7 IC6107 .pin 59 B 3 IC8002 .

pin 1 D 17 IC8005 .pin 46 24 IC6401 .pin 5 E 18 IC8005 .pin 38 C 16 IC8005 .pin 43 22 IC6401 .pin 48 19 IC8005 .pin 35 14 B IC8005 .pin 36 15 IC8005 .pin 44 23 IC6401 .pin 50 20 IC8005 .pin 25 F 136 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 A 13 IC8005 .pin 52 21 IC8005 .

5 6 7 8 25 IC6601 .pin 7 F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 137 .pin 5 32 TP6605 B 27 IC6601 .pin 25 33 TP6606 C 28 TP6402 34 IC8003 .pin 1 31 TP6604 A 26 IC6601 .pin 3 D 29 TP6403 35 IC8003 .pin 13 E 30 TP6404 36 IC8006 .

pin 26 47 TP9301 E 42 IC7502 .pin 64 39 IC8007 .pin 10 43 IC8002 .pin 12 46 TP8668 D 41 IC7502 .pin 62 38 B IC8007 .pin 27 48 TP9303 F 138 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .pin 1 44 IC8002 .pin 7 45 TP8667 C 40 IC7501 .1 2 3 4 A 37 IC8006 .

5 6 7 8 49 TP7710 A B C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 139 .

3 1 3 3 1 1 Metal bonnet top 1 Top view Front panel section B 3 2 Metal bonnet bottom Rear view 3 3 2 1 2 Bottom view Metal bonnet top 1 2 C 2 1 2 4 5 Remove the front panel section. Remove the metal bonnet bottom by removing the five screws.2 DISASSEMBLY 1 Metal bonnet top and bottom A 1 2 Remove the metal bonnet top by removing the six screws. 5 1 E 2 Front panel section 1 1 F 1 140 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 7. Disconnect the one connector. Caution : Please remove it after pulling it in a rear direction because metal bonnet top and bottom are hard to reduce.1. Metal bonnet bottom H D AC SW Assy 5 2 Front panel section 1 2 Remove the four screws. Remove the AC SW Assy by removing the two screws. 3 Remove the six hooks.

5 6 7 8 3 Front shield A and Center stay 1 Remove the front shield A by removing the ten screws. Remove styling of the one flexible cable. Remove styling of the two cables. Remove the center stay by removing the three screws. A 1 ×6 4 2 4 3 1 1 Center stay B ×3 3 2 2 3 2 4 1 Front shield A 1 C PCB Location I POWER SUPPLY Unit C MDR Assy A MR MAIN BOARD Assy From FAN B AV BOARD Assy D SR Assy D E G From FRONT Assy REG Assy F LED Assy E FRONT Assy F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 141 . 2 3 4 Disconnect the three connectors and the one flexible cable.

16pin Housing Wire (J112) let this part going through.1 2 3 4 Cable Styling in the Assembly Front Panel Assy A 2 Senter Stay 3 16pin Housing Wire (J112) B Front Panel Assy Flexible Cable (J205) B 1 C AV BOARD Assy Hold down 16pin Housing Wire (J112) under Flexible Cable (J205) like this figure. Please carry out this work surely.2. When forgot this work After Bonnet assembling.1 PROCESSING IN ABNORMALITY (TRAP SW) TRAP_SW Circuit diagram TRAP_SW E MR MAIN BOARD Assy V+3V_COM TRAP_SW MAIN_UCOM PULL_D Specifications for port monitoring Port Name TRAP_SW SD/PD Indication Assigned Pin Modification tried 30 Active OFF with H F 142 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 2 3 1 G D REG Assy 7. Beat noise may occur in the Front PC input.2 EXPLANATION 7. Keep Flexible Cable (J205) and 16pin Housing Wire (J112) apart from each other.

5V UV_DET 12V UV_DET V+12V V+3V_DD 0V_DET V+1V_DD 0V_DET L_act V+3V_DD RST_IC V+1V_DD RST_IC MAIN_UCOM RST2 (L_act) L_act DC/DC Converter SW_REG PSW1 (L_act) POWER (H_act) B Specifications for port monitoring Port Name SD/PD Indication Assigned Pin 38 Active Power-down with H PD_MAIN (PD_TRG) MR_PWR PD_DCDC1 ASIC power supply 43 Shutdown with L C RST2 ASIC power supply 98 Shutdown with L Fan and temperature sensor Circuit diagram MR MAIN BOARD Assy V+3V_COM D FRONT Assy SENSOR TEMP2 V+3V_COM PULL_U FAN_12V Drive Circuit TEMP2 PULL_U MAIN_UCOM FAN_CONT FAN_NG (H_act) E Specifications for port monitoring Port Name FAN_NG SD/PD Indication Assigned Pin FAN 31 Active Shutdown with H TEMP2 Abnormally high temperature in the MR 50 Shutdown when the value exceeds the predetermined value F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 143 .2 PROCESSING IN ABNORMALITY Power supply and DC-DC converter Circuit diagram POWER SUPPLY Unit PD_TRG A AV BOARD Assy REG Assy V+3V_DD PULL_U MR MAIN BOARD Assy PD_TRG (H_act) PD_DCDC1 (L_act) 6.2.5 6 7 8 7.

4 4 .5-sec intervals) 2.5-sec intervals) G 0.5sec Waiting for finish of rewriting by the microcomputer Shutdown (circuit protection) R G R 0.F E B A D C 144 LED-lighting Pattern Lit in red R G R Flashing in red (at 1-sec intervals) G R 1sec 1sec LED-lighting patterns 1 Status of the Unit G 1 Standby. power management Power on Lit in green PDP's power not on System cable disconnected * G R 2 2 Flashing alternately in red and green (at 1-sec intervals) Waiting for start of rewriting by the microcomputer G 100msec 100msec R G R 50msec 50msec PDP-R04E Flashing in green n times (initially at 0.5sec 2.5-sec intervals then 2. the red and green areas on the screen of the panel flash alternately.5sec 3 3 Power-down (circuit protection) Flashing in red for n times (initially at 0.5sec TRAP switch operation R G * In this case.5-sec intervals then 2.

(SD05) Green 5 Red ∗2 Red Green 6 Module microcomputer Disconnection of the system cable Defective module microcomputer or its peripheral circuits of the panel (Refer to the service manual of the PDP-434PU or PDP-504PU. SCL_MAIN. because the protection circuit inside the unit is activated. ∗2: Refer to the service manual of the PDP-434PU or PDP-504PU. IC3_CE. of times of LED flashing ∗1 Site detected as defective Possible defective points (representative examples) LEDs on the panel LEDs on the MR RED Panel drive IC Module section IIC Power decrease of DIGITAL-DC-DC Panel having abnormally ∗2 high temperature GRN ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 None None None RED GRN OSD when detected (warning message) 5 5 Short-circuiting of the speakers Green 1 Green 2 Green 3 Red Red Red Green 4 Red The power is shut down. SDA_HDMI. IC3_BUSY) between IC7101 and IC7207 (main microcomputer) None 6 SD IIC of the main section Main microcomputer Fan Failure in the fan motor. REQ_MD) between the panel's module microcomputer and IC7207 (main microcomputer) Red Green 7 3-wire serial connection of the main section Defective IC7004 or its peripheral circuits Failure in communication (TXD_IC. (SD04) The power is shut down. RXD_IF. RXD_IC3. SDA_AV. CLK_IC2. (SD11) None Red Green 12 Defective digital BS/CS tuner Failure in communication (TXD_DT. IC2_EMG) between IC7004 and IC7207 (main microcomputer) Defective IC7101 or its peripheral circuits Failure in communication (TXD_IC3. XD_IC2. None None None None None None None None None None None None None 145 A C F B . IC2_CE. because the internal temperature has risen. SDA_MAIN. or the fan stopped because of dust attached to the fan MR or unit having abnormally The Media Receiver or the unit being used at high temperature high temperature Digital tuner (U. IF_BUSY) between IC7207 (main microcomputer) and IC8702 (main microcomputer) None 7 E D 7 Red Green 10 Red Green 11 None The power is shut down. RXD_DT) between the digital BS/CS tuner and IC8702 (main microcomputer) Defective U8502 (DD_CON) or short-circuiting elsewhere Defective Power Supply Assy of the Media Receiver. CLK_IF. or power short-circuiting in another Assy Red Green 13 8 8 Red Red 2 Red 3 Red 4 Red 5 Red 6 Red 7 Red 8 Red 9 Red 10 Red 11 Red 12 Red 1 Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red ∗1: Shutdown (SD) is a protective operation controlled by the microcomputer. because the internal temperature has risen. Check if the speaker cables are short-circuited. SDA_EP) between one of the above devices and IC7207 (main microcomputer) None Red Green 9 Defective IC7207 (main microcomputer) Defective flexible cable for communication between the MR MAIN BOARD Assy and the AV BOARD Assy Failure in communication (TXD_IF.Defective points assumed from the number of times of LED flashing Category No. SCL_HDMI. Power-down (PD) is a protective operation activated by the circuitry and can be reset after AC power is off for about 1 minute. Check the temperature surrounding the PDP. model) PD ASIC power supply (DC-DC) MR PWR POWER SCAN SCN-5V Y-DRIVE Y-DCDC Y-SUS ADRS X-DRIVE X-DCDC X-SUS D-DCDC 6 PDP-R04E ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 ∗2 Red Green 8 Defective IC6107 (CD_MAIN) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC6255 (CD_SUB) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC6402 (AD_MAIN) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC6602 (AD_SUB) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC6881 (HDMI_2) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC6951 (BUS_SW) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC7401 (TX) or its peripheral circuits Defective U7501 (TU) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC8002 (AV_SW) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC8005 (RGB_SW) or its peripheral circuits Defective IC7205 (E2P) or its peripheral circuits Failure in communication (SCL_AV. and you can turn on the unit again using the remote control unit. CLK_IC3. IF_CE. IC3_REQ. Check the temperature surrounding the Media Receiver. SCL_EP.) None Defective main microcomputer (IC7207) Failure in communication (TXD_MD.S. RXD_MD.

SM5301BS. Sil9993CTG100. Sil170BCLG64. TDA9818TS. BA7078AF. HY57V641620HGT-7. HY57V643220CT-7. MBM29LV160TE-90PFTN.1 IC A • The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams. CXA2069Q. MBM29PL3200BE70PFV. List of IC AD9883AKST-110. AXY1070 AD9883AKST-110 (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC6402) • 110 MSPS/140 MSPS Analog Interface Pin Arrangement (Top view) RED <3> RED <4> RED <1> RED <5> RED <7> DATACK HSOUT SOGOUT RED <2> VDD VDD RED <0> RED <6> B GND VSOUT GND GND 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 GND GREEN <7> GREEN <6> GREEN <5> GREEN <4> GREEN <3> GREEN <2> GREEN <1> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIN 1 IDENTIFIER 60 GND 59 VD 58 REF BYPASS 57 SDA 56 SCL 55 A0 54 RAIN 53 GND 52 VD 51 VD 50 GND 49 SOGIN 48 GAIN 47 GND 46 VD 45 VD 44 GND 43 BAIN 42 VD 41 GND 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 GND GND GND GND GND COAST HSYNC VSYNC GND MIDSCV CLAMP GND VDD VDD PVD PVD PVD PVD FILT VD C GREEN <0> GND 10 VDD 11 BLUE <7> 12 BLUE <6> BLUE <5> BLUE <4> BLUE <3> BLUE <2> BLUE <1> BLUE <0> 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 GND 20 D Block Diagram RAIN 54 CLAMP A/D 8 70-77 ROUTA E GAIN 48 CLAMP A/D 8 2-9 GOUTA BAIN 43 CLAMP A/D 8 12-19 BOUTA 37 MIDSCV HSYNC 30 COAST 29 CLAMP 38 FILT 33 SCL 56 SYNC PROCESSING AND CLOCK GENERATION 67 DATACK 66 HSOUT 64 VSOUT 65 SOGOUT F SDA 57 A0 55 SERIAL REGISTER AND POWER MANAGEMENT REF 58 REF BYPASS 146 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 VD GND VDD . AXY1066. TA1287FG. MSP3417G. AXF1119.3.1 2 3 4 7. SDA6000.3 PARTS 7.

3V) Pin Function A B C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 147 . input Ground External filter connection pin for built-in PLL PLL power supply (3.3V) Ground Internal middle scale voltage bias Clamp input (External clamp signal) Analog power supply (3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Pin Name GND GREEN 7 GREEN 6 GREEN 5 GREEN 4 GREEN 3 GREEN 2 GREEN 1 GREEN 0 GND VDD BLUE 7 BLUE 6 BLUE 5 BLUE 4 BLUE 3 BLUE 2 BLUE 1 BLUE 0 GND GND VDD VDD GND GND PVD PVD GND COAST HSYNC VSYNC GND FILT PVD PVD GND MIDSCV CLAMP VD GND GND VD BAIN GND VD I/O − O O O O O O O O − − O O O O O O O O − − − − − − − − − I I I − − − − − − I − − − − I − − Ground Converter Green output (MSB) Converter Green output Converter Green output Converter Green output Converter Green output Converter Green output Converter Green output Converter Green output Ground Power supply (3.3V) Ground PLL COAST signal input Horizontal sync.3V) Ground Ground Analog power supply (3.5 6 7 8 Pin Function No.3V) PLL power supply (3.3V) Ground Ground PLL power supply (3.3V) PLL power supply (3.3V) Analog input for converter B Ground Analog power supply (3.3V) Converter Blue output (MSB) Converter Blue output Converter Blue output Converter Blue output Converter Blue output Converter Blue output Converter Blue output Converter Blue output Ground Ground Power supply (3.3V) Power supply (3. input Vertical sync.

3V) Ground Analog input for converter R Address input 1 of serial port Data clock (max.1 2 3 4 No.3V) Ground VSYNC output (phasing with DATACLK) Sync-on-Green slicer output HSYNC output (phasing with DATACLK) Data input/output clock Ground Power supply (3.3V) Converter Red output (MSB) Converter Red output Converter Red output Converter Red output Converter Red output Converter Red output Converter Red output Converter Red output Power supply (3.3V) Power supply (3. A Pin Name VD GND GAIN SOGIN GND VD VD GND RAIN A0 SCL SDA REF BYPASS VD GND GND VD GND VSOUT SOGOUT HSOUT DATACLK GND VDD RED 7 RED 6 RED 5 RED 4 RED 3 RED 2 RED 1 RED 0 VDD VDD GND I/O − − I I − − − − I I I I/O − − − − − − O O O O − − O O O O O O O O − − − Analog power supply (3.3V) Ground Analog input for converter G Input for Sync-on Green Ground Analog power supply (3.3V) Ground Ground Analog power supply (3.3V) Analog power supply (3.3V) Ground Pin Function 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 B 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 C 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 D 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 E F 148 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 100kHz) of serial port Data input/output of serial port Internal reference bypass Analog power supply (3.

5 6 7 8 SM5301BS (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC6601) • Video Filter A Block Diagram VCC1 VCC2 VCC3 VCC4 18 15 12 24 Buffer 17 26 Pin Arrangement (Top view) GINA/UINA GSG1 ROUT/YOUT GSR1 GINB/UINB NC BINA/VINA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 NC RINB/YINB GSR1 RINA/YINA VCC4 THROUGH MUXSEL B DISABLE RINA/YINA RINB/YINB 9 25 MUX 27 LPF GINA/UINA GINB/UINB 1 MUX 3 LPF Buffer 14 2 GOUT/UOUT GSG1 GSB1 BINB/VINB (GND) BINA/VINA BINB/VINB MUXSEL RFC 5 MUX 7 22 20 IFC CONT 21 16 13 10 19 LPF Buffer 11 6 BOUT/VOUT GSB1 (GND) NC 23 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 VFC RFC GND4 VCC1 ROUT/YOUT GND1 VCC2 C THROUGH DISABLE GND3 BOUT/VOUT VCC3 GND2 GOUT/UOUT VFC GND1 GND2 GND3 GND4 D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 149 .

L : XINA pin select H : XINB pin select Filter through Built-in pull-down resistor. Sync signal is input on SYNCIN pin. GOUT/UOUT. Sync signal is input on SYNCIN pin. No connection Analog BINA or VINA signal input. and BOUT/VOUT are high impedance. Built-in pull-down resistor. A Pin Name GINA/UINA GSG1 GINB/UINB (NC) BINA/VINA GSB1 BINB/VINB (NC) I/O I I I − I I I − Analog GINA or UINA signal input. Sync signal is input on SYNCIN pin. ROUT/YOUT output buffer gain set input Analog RINB or YINB signal input. L : Filter function H : Filter through (buffer only) Analog 5V supply Analog RINA or YINA signal input. BOUT/VOUT output buffer gain set input Analog BINB or VINB signal input. Sync signal is input on SYNCIN pin.1 2 3 4 Pin Function No.) Analog ground B/V signal output Analog 5V supply Analog ground G/U signal output Analog 5V supply Analog ground R/Y signal output Analog 5V supply Analog ground LPF (lowpass filter) cutoff frequency setting resistor connection LPF (lowpass filter) cutoff frequency setting voltage input Input select signal. No connection Pin Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B 8 9 DISABLE I Power save function. L : Enable H : Disable (Output pins: ROUT/YOUT. Sync signal is input on SYNCIN pin. No connection 10 11 12 13 C GND3 BOUT/VOUT VCC3 GND2 GOUT/UOUT VCC2 GND1 ROUT/YOUT VCC1 GND4 RFC VFC − O − − O − − O − − − I 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 D 22 MUXSEL I 23 THROUGH I − I I I − 24 25 26 27 E VCC4 RINA/YINA GSR1 RINB/YINB (NC) 28 F 150 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Sync signal is input on SYNCIN pin. GOUT/UOUT output buffer gain set input Analog GINB or UINB signal input. Built-in pull-down resistor.

VSYNC IN 5 HOR. POLV B VSEPA 4 15 EXIV V SYNC SEPA. CVEXI 7 12 CLAMP CPSEL 8 CLAMP PULSE GEN.5 6 7 8 BA7078AF (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC6604) • Multimedia IC Block Diagram A HSCTL 1 18 POLH C / HSYNC IN 2 H SYNC DET. 17 EXIH VIDEO IN 3 16 SYNC SEPA. SYNC CONTROL 14 Vcc CVPOL 6 13 HDRV V SYNC DET. 11 VDRV GND 9 10 CPWID C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 151 .

Horizontal polarity output Indicates the polarity of the horizontal synchronization signal. Input is initiated by capacitor coupling. and is initiated by capacitor coupling. Vertical polarity output Indicates the polarity of the vertical synchronization signal. Setting the clamp position Used to set the clamp pulse generation position to either the front or back edge of HSYNC High : The front edge is the generation position Open : Composite / H SYNC IN : The front edge is the generation position VIDEO IN : The back edge is the generation position Low : The back edge is the generation position 1 2 C/HSYNC IN 3 VIDEO IN B 4 5 6 VSEPA VSYNC IN CVPOL 7 CVEXI C 8 CPSEL 9 GND 10 CPWID 11 D VDRV 12 CLAMP 13 14 15 16 E HDRV Vcc EXIV POLV EXIH POLH 17 18 Ground Setting the clamp pulse width Sets the clamp pulse width according to the attached time constant. Power supply Vertical existence output Indecates whether the vertical synchronization signal exists. Input is clamped. Horizontal existence output Indicates whether the horizontal synchronization signal exists. Attach a 0. SYNC ON VIDEO input Inputs the SYNC ON VIDEO signal(green). Attach a resistor between this pin and VCC and. HDRV output Outputs the clamp pulse generated from the horizontal synchronization signal. A Pin Name HSCTL Pin Function HDRV output Used to select whether to output the VDRV section of the HDRV output signal. Clamp output Outputs the clamp pulse generated from the vertical synchronization signal.9kΩ and C = 100pF. The output signal has positive polarity. The output signal has positive polarity. F 152 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .56 µF capacitor between the ground pins. f-V conversion Converts the horizontal synchronization signal frequency into a voltage. Vertical polarity integration Integrates the vertical synchronization signal polarity detection circuit.1 2 3 4 Pin Function No. High : VDRV section of HDRV is output Low : VDRV section of HDRV is not output Composite sync / H SYNC input Input either the composite synchronization signal or the horizontal synchronization signal.5 µF capacitor between this pin and the ground. Vertical existence integration Integrates the vertical synchronization signal existence detection circuit. Input is sink chip clamped. Attach a 1 µF capacitor between this pin and the ground. Attach a 1. Set the resistor to register an abnormality at 1kΩ. VDRV output Outputs the vertical synchronization signal. a capacitor between this pin and GND. pulse width is approximately 400 ns. The output signal has a positive polarity. The voltage generated is proportional to the frequency of the horizontal synchronization signal. V SYNC input Inputs the vertical synchronization signal. When R = 3.

42-44.87 RX1± 91.92 RX2± 96.5 6 7 8 Sil9993CTG100 (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC6881) • HDCP Panel Link Receiver A 26 MCLKOUT Pin Arrangement (Top view) 32 SCK 31 WS 30 SDO 29 SPDIF 28 OGND 27 MCLKIN 37 Q22 36 Q23 35 DE 34 VSYNC 33 HSYNC 46 ODCK 45 OGND 44 Q17 47 OVCC 43 Q18 42 Q19 41 GND 40 VCC 50 Q14 49 Q15 48 Q16 39 Q20 38 Q21 Q13 51 Q12 52 Q11 53 Q10 54 Q9 55 OVCC 56 OGND 57 Q8 58 Q7 59 Q6 60 Q5 61 Q4 62 Q3 63 VCC GND OGND OVCC 64 65 25 PLLOUT 24 PLLIN 23 PVCC2 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 PGND2 OVCC RSVDO RSVDO 66 67 Q2 68 Q1 69 Q0 70 INT 71 RESET# 72 RSVDL 73 CSCL 74 CSDA 75 DSDA 76 DSCL 77 OGND 78 PGND1 79 PVCC1 80 EXT_RES 81 RXC.97 PANEL LINK TMDS TM DIGITAL CORE HDCP DECRYPTION ENGINE XOR MASK MODE CONTROL 27 32 31 30 29 35 33 34 46 MCLKIN SCK WS SDO SPDIF DE HSYNC VSYNC ODCK E CONTROL SIGNALS CONTROL SIGNALS VIDEO COLOR SPACE CONVERTER UP/DOWN SAMPLING 36-39.91 AGND 98 GND 99 VCC 100 AVCC 82 RX0+ 87 RX1+ 92 AVCC 93 AGND 94 AVCC 95 RX2. Q[23-0] 58-63.86 AGND 88 AVCC 89 AGND 90 RX1.48-55.68-70 VIDEO DAC 12 AnGY 7 AnRPr 15 AnBPb 9 8 F RSET COMP PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 153 .83 RXC+ 84 AGND 85 RX0.96 RX2+ 97 RSVDL VCC GND AnBPb DACVCCB DACGNDB AnGY DACVCCG DACGNDG RSET COMP AnRPr DACVCCR DACGNDR 4 N/C B 3 N/C 2 DACGND 1 DACVCC C Block Diagram INT 71 RESET# 72 DSDA 76 DSCL 77 I2C SLAVE REGISTERS CONFIGURATION LOGIC BLOCK I2C SLAVE MCLK GEN D 75 CSDA 74 CSCL 26 MCLKOUT AUX DATA LOGIC BOARD AUDIO DATA DECODE LOGIC BOARD HDCP KEYS EEPROM EXT_RES 81 RXC± 83.84 RX0± 86.

Pin Name I/O A Pin Function DAC power supply (3.3V) No. Y output of analog video DAC Blue ground DAC Blue power supply (3. Pin Name I/O 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Q13 Q12 Q11 Q10 Q9 OVCC OGND Q8 Q7 Q6 Q5 Q4 Q3 VCC GND OGND OVCC Q2 Q1 Q0 INT RESET# RSVDL CSCL CSDA DSDA DSCL OGND PGND1 PVCC1 EXT_RES AVCC RXCRXC+ AGND RX0RX0+ AGND AVCC AGND RX1RX1+ AVCC AGND AVCC RX2RX2+ AGND GND O O O O O − − O O O O O O − − − − O O O O I I I Pin Function 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus Output bus power supply (3.3V) TMDS data input TMDS data input Analog ground TMDS data input TMDS data input Analog ground Analog power supply (3.3V) Green. correction of DAC inside Full scale adjustment resistor input DAC Green ground DAC Green power supply (3.3V) Analog ground Analog power supply (3.3V) Reserved Fixed to low.3V) 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus Interruption output Reset Activ low.3V) Audio PLL ground Audio PLL power supply (3. Reserved Fixed to low.3V) Input impedance adjustment Analog power supply (3.3V) Output bus ground 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus Digital power supply (3.3V) TMDS data input TMDS data input Analog ground Digital ground Digital power supply (3. Pb output of analog video Digital ground Digital power supply (3.3V) Digital ground 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus Output bus ground Data clock output Output bus power supply (3.3V) Blue.1 2 3 4 Pin Function No. Configuration I2C clock 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DACVCC DACGND N/C N/C DACGNDR DACVCCR AnRPr COMP RSET DACGNDG DACVCCG AnGY DACGNDB DACVCCB AnBPb GND VCC RSVDL RSVDD RSVDD OVCC PGND2 PVCC2 PLLIN PLLOUT MCCLKOUT − − − − − − O I I − − O − − O − − I O O − − − B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 C I/O PLL filter input I/O PLL filter output O I − O O O O O O O O O O O − − O O O − O − O O O Audio master clock output Reference audio master clock input Output bus ground SPDIF audio output I2S serial data output I2S word selecting output I2S serial clock output Horizontal sync.3V) Digital ground Output bus ground Output bus power supply (3. control signal output Vertical sync.3V) MCCLKIN OGND SPDIF SDO WS SCK HSYNC VSYNC DE Q23 Q22 Q21 Q20 VCC GND Q19 Q18 Q17 OGND ODCK OVCC Q16 Q15 Q14 D E 100 VCC F 154 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Pr output of analog video For reference amp.3V) Red.3V) 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus I/O Configuration I2C data I/O DDC I2C data I − − − I − I I − I I − − − I I − − − I I − − − DDC I2C clock Output bus ground PLL ground PLL power supply (3. control signal output Data enable 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus 24-bit output pixel data bus Digital power supply (3.3V) DAC ground No connection No connection DAC Red ground DAC Red power supply (3. Reserved No connection Reserved No connection Output bus power supply (3.3V) Analog ground TMDS data input TMDS data input Analog power supply (3.

5 6 7 8 HY57V643220CT-7 (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC7001. IC7002) • Synchronous DRAM A Block Diagram Self Reflesh Logic & Timer CLK 68 CKE 67 CS 20 State Machine RAS 19 CAS 18 WE 17 DQM0 16 DQM1 71 DQM2 28 DQM3 29 Reflesh Counter 512 k × 32 Bank 3 X Decoder 512 k × 32 Bank 2 X Decoder 512 k × 32 Bank 1 Sense AMP & I/O Gate X Decoder 512 k × 32 Bank 0 X Decoder Memory Cell Array I/O Buffer & Logic 2 DQ0 4 DQ1 5 DQ2 7 DQ3 8 DQ4 10 DQ5 11 DQ6 13 DQ7 74 DQ8 76 DQ9 77 DQ10 79 DQ11 80 DQ12 Column Add Counter Bank Select A0 25 A1 26 A2 27 A3 60 Address Buffer A4 61 A5 62 A6 63 A7 64 A8 65 A9 66 A10 24 BA0 22 BA1 23 Mode Register CAS Latency Data Out Control Pipe Line Control Burst Counter Address Register 82 DQ13 83 DQ14 85 DQ15 31 DQ16 33 DQ17 34 DQ18 36 DQ19 37 DQ20 39 DQ21 40 DQ22 42 DQ23 45 DQ24 47 DQ25 48 DQ26 50 DQ27 51 DQ28 53 DQ29 54 DQ30 56 DQ31 Row Active Row Pre Decoder B Column Active Column Pre Decoder Y Decoder C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 155 .

1 2 3 4 Pin Function No. Pin Name I/O 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 VSS DQ24 VSSQ DQ25 DQ26 VDDQ DQ27 DQ28 VSSQ DQ29 DQ30 VDDQ DQ31 NC VSS DQM3 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 CKE CLK NC NC DQM1 VSS NC DQ8 VDDQ DQ9 DQ10 VSSQ DQ11 DQ12 VDDQ DQ13 DQ14 VSSQ DQ15 VSS − − Ground Pin Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 VDD DQ0 VDDQ DQ1 DQ2 VSSQ DQ3 DQ4 VDDQ DQ5 DQ6 VSSQ DQ7 NC VDD DQM0 /WE /CAS /RAS /CS NC BA0 BA1 A10/AP A0 A1 A2 DQM2 VDD NC DQ16 VSSQ DQ17 DQ18 VDDQ DQ19 DQ20 VSSQ DQ21 DQ22 VDDQ DQ23 VDD − − I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − − − I I I I I − I I I I I I I − − − Ground for output buffer No connection Power supply Data input/output mask Write enable Column address strobe Row address strobe Chip select input No connection Bank address input Bank address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Data input/output mask Power supply No connection Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − − − I I I I I I I I I I − − I − − − Power supply for output buffer No connection Ground Data input/output mask Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Clock enable System clock input No connection No connection Data input/output mask Ground No connection Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output B 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 C D I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − − Power supply for output buffer Power supply I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − − Ground for output buffer Ground I/O Data input/output E F 156 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Pin Name I/O A Pin Function Power supply Power supply for output buffer No.

58. 79 DQ31 ~ DQ0 Erase Circuit Input/Output Buffer WE 86 DW/W 82 WP 87 ACC 88 Control Circuit (Command Register) Write Circuit Chip Enable Output Enable Circuit STB Data Latch B CE 80 OE 81 STB Address Latch Y Decoder Y Gate C 33. 16-13 80 81 86 82 87 88 Pin Name I/O I I/O I I I I I I − − − Address input Data input/output Chip enable Output enable Write enable 16 bit. 64. 26-19. 27. 18. 73 17. 32-19. 78 A19 . 40-34. 28. 83-85. 58. 33. 79 VSS 12. 74. A-1 DQ31 . Circuit A19 ~ A2 57-51.C. 28. 41-50. 6. 64. 33. 40-34. 72-65. A0 (A. 89.A0. 11-8 A1. 27. F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 157 . 78-75. 78 Write / Erase Pulse Timer X Decoder D Pin Function No.432 Cell Matrix Low Vcc DET.DQ0 CE OE WE DW/W WP ACC E 17. 74. 63. 90 N.554. 63.5 6 7 8 MBM29PL3200BE70PFV (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC7152) • Page Mode Flash Memory A Block Diagram VCC VSS 12. 18. 11-6. 62-59. 32 bit mode switch Write protect Acceleration Ground Power supply No connection Pin Function 57-51.1) 7. 73 VCC 1-5.

22 TXC± ENCRYPTED DATA PANEL LINK TMDS TM DIGITAL CORE 24.56 DE GEN I2C SLAVE REGISTERS CONFIGURATION LOGIC BLOCK HDCP ENCRYPTION ENGINE PD# MSEN 10 11 9 HTPLG HDCP KEYS EEPROM 19 EXT_SWING E 21. 58-63 DE 2 CTL3 6 DATA CAPTURE LOGIC BLOCK CLEAR DATA XOR MASK CONTROL SIGNALS F 158 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 Sil170BCLG64 (MR MAIN BOARD ASSY : IC7401) • HDCP Panel Link Transmitter A Pin Arrangement (Top view) 26 AGND 32 AGND 20 AGND 29 AVCC 23 AVCC 22 TXC+ 31 TX2+ 28 TX1+ 25 TX0+ 30 TX227 TX124 TX021 TXC- 19 EXT_SWING 17 PGND1 16 G ND 15 SCLS 14 SDAS 13 ISEL/RST# 12 VCC 11 M S E N 10 PD# 9 8 7 VCC 33 RESERVED 34 G ND 35 B D23 36 D22 37 D21 38 D20 39 D19 40 D18 41 D17 42 D16 43 D15 44 18 PVCC1 HTPLG NC NC 6 CTL3 5 VSYNC C D14 45 D13 46 D12 47 PGND2 48 D2 61 D7 54 D5 58 D1 62 PVCC2 49 IDCK.25 TX0± 27.31 TX2± 36-47. D[23-0] 50-55.56 IDCK+ 57 GND 64 D11 50 D10 51 D0 63 D9 52 D8 53 D6 55 D4 59 D3 60 4 HSYNC 3 VREF 2 DE 1 VCC Block Diagram D ISEL/RST# 13 SDAS 14 SCLS 15 HSYNC 4 VSYNC 5 IDCK+ 57 IDVK.28 TX1± 30.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Pin Name VCC DE VREF HSYNC VSYNC CTL3 NC NC HTPLG PD# MSEN VCC ISEL/RST# SDAS SCLS GND PGND1 PVCC1 EXT_SWING AGND TXCTXC+ AVCC TX0TX0+ AGND TX1TX1+ AVCC TX2TX2+ AGND VCC RESERVED GND D23 D22 D21 D20 D19 D18 D17 D16 D15 D14 I/O − I I I I I − − I I O − I I/O I − − − I − O O − O O − O O − O O − − I − I I I I I I I I I I Digital power supply (3.3V) I2C interface selecting input DDC I2C data input/output DDC I2C clock input Digital ground PLL analog ground Pin Function A B High: I2C interface is active Analog power supply for PLL of primary side (3.3V) Voltage regulation adjustment Analog ground Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Analog power supply (3.5 6 7 8 Pin Function No.3V) Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Analog ground Digital power supply (3.3V) Reserved pin for Silicon Image Normally. control signal input Vertical sync.3V) Data enable 3. Digital ground 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input F E D C PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 159 . fixed to low. control signal input External CTL3 input No connection No connection Monitor chrage input Power down input (Active low) Monitor sense output (open-collector output) Digital power supply (3.3V) Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Analog ground Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Differential signal clock output of TMDS Low voltage Analog power supply (3.3V fixed Horizontal sync.

3V) 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input Data clock .1 2 3 4 No. A Pin Name D13 D12 PGND2 PVCC2 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 IDCKIDCK+ D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 GND I/O I I − − I I I I I I I I I I I I I I − 24-bit pixel bus input 24-bit pixel bus input PLL analog ground Analog power supply for filter PLL (3.input Data clock + input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input 24-bit / 12-bit pixel bus input Digital ground Pin Function 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 B 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 C 64 D E F 160 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 CXA2069Q (AV BOARD ASSY : IC8002) • 7-Input 3-Output Audio/Video Switch A Block Diagram TV 63 V1 1 V2 8 V3 15 V4 22 V5 30 V6 60 6dB 6dB 6dB 53 VOUT1 49 YIN1 56 YOUT1 55 TRAP1 68 COUT1 51 CIN1 B 6dB 44 V/YOUT2 Y1 3 Y2 10 Y3 17 Y4 24 6dB 6dB 46 TRAP2 47 COUT2 41 VOUT3 6dB C 42 Vcc 39 YOUT3 C1 5 C2 12 C3 19 C4 26 6dB BIAS 6dB 6dB 35 AGND 37 COUT3 57 VGND 50 BIAS 52 LOUT1 0dB 6dB LTV 62 LV1 2 LV2 9 LV3 16 LV4 23 LV5 29 LV6 59 54 ROUT1 43 LOUT2 45 ROUT2 D 0dB 38 LOUT3 40 ROUT3 6dB 6dB Logic RTV RV1 RV2 RV3 RV4 64 4 11 18 25 6dB 6dB RV5 31 RV6 61 36 33 34 32 7 14 21 28 6 13 20 27 48 DC OUT SCL SDA ADR S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 S2-1 S2-2 S2-3 S2-4 MUTE E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 161 .

64 4. 61 53 41 44 56 39 58 47 37 52 43 38 54 45 40 I Video signal inputs. LV3 LV4. LV5 LV6. I Y/C separation signal inputs. Video signal outputs.1 2 3 4 Pin Function No. E F 162 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . Input luminance signals. RV4 RV5. 4 : 3 video signal at 1. 29 59. O O O O C Video signal outputs. Either composite video signal output or luminance signal output can be selected by I2C bus control. I Audio signal inputs.3 V or less 4 : 3 letter-box signal at 1. I Y/C separation signal inputs. Zo=50 ohm (within DC ± 2mA) D 6 13 20 27 − Detects the S2-compatible DC superimposed onto the C signal. LV1 LV2. 25 31. O Audio signal outputs. RV6 VOUT1 VOUT3 V/YOUT2 YOUT1 YOUT3 COUT1 COUT2 COUT3 LOUT1 LOUT2 LOUT3 ROUT1 ROUT2 ROUT3 S2-1 S2-2 S2-3 S2-4 I/O Pin Function B 63 1 8 15 22 30 60 3 10 17 24 49 5 12 19 26 51 62. Output luminance signals. Video signal output. The CIN1 pin inputs the signal obtained by Y/C separating the VOUT1 pin output. Input composite video signals. Input chrominance signals. 2 9. Video signal outputs.5 V or less 16 : 9 picture squeezed signal at 2. Output chrominance signals.5 V or more This pin is pulled down to GND by a 100 k ohm resistor. The YIN1 pin inputs the signal obtained by Y/C separating the VOUT1 pin output. so the 4 : 3 video signal is selected when open. 11 18. RV2 RV3. RTV RV1. A Pin Name TV V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V6 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 YIN1 C1 C2 C3 C4 CIN1 LTV. Output composite video signals. 16 23.3 V or more to 2.

5 V or more.5 6 7 8 No.5 V or more Mute OFF when open.5 V VIHmin=3.5 V or more 90H when open. S signal at 3. Audio signal output mute.5 V or less 92H at 2. This pin is pulled up to 5 V by a 100 k ohm resistor. Control is performed by the I2C bus.5 V or less Mute ON at 2.4 V Outputs the S2-compatible DC superimposed onto the COUT3 output.7 k ohm.5 V 1 0V 2 1. DC_OUT (bus) Output DC 0 4. 7 14 21 28 S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 Pin Name I/O − Pin Function Composite video/S selector. The DC is superimposed by connecting this pin to the COUT3 output via a capacitor.5 V or less.5 V Connects trap circuit for subcarrier. so the composite video signal is selected when open. Composite video signal at 3. 90H at 1. Internal reference bias (VCC/2). Mute OFF at 1. I2C bus signal input VILmax=1.5 V VIHmin=3. Q1 is ON and the impedance is 5 k ohm. Connect to GND via a capacitor. When 0 V is output. A 32 33 34 ADR SCL SDA − I I 36 DC_OUT O B 55 46 48 TRAP1 TRAP2 MUTE − − − 50 BIAS C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 163 . The detection results are written to the status register.0 V VOLmax=0.0 V I2C bus signal input VILmax=1.9 V 3 4. S2 protocol output impedance of 10 ± 3 k ohm is realized by attaching external resistance of 4. Selects the slave address for the I2C bus.

1 2 3 4 MSP3417G (AV BOARD ASSY : IC7502) • Multisound Processor A Block Diagram ANA_IN1+ 2 ADC Demodulator Preprocessing Loudspeaker Sound Processing 27 DACM_L DAC 26 DACM_R B SC1_IN_L 40 SC1_IN_R 41 SCRAT DSP Input Select MONO IN 43 C Source Select DAC ADC Prescale SCRAT Output Select 31 SC1_OUT_L 30 SC1_OUT_R Pin Arrangement (Top view) SC1_OUT_R SC1_OUT_L DACM_R AHVSUP DACM_L VREF1 VREF2 25 NC NC NC 24 D 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 23 NC CAPL_M AHVSS AGNDC NC NC NC SC1_IN_L SC1_IN_R E 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 RESETQ TP DVSS DVSUP TP_CO TP TP TP TP I2C_DA I2C_CL VREFTOP MONO_IN AVSS D_CTR_I/O1 D_CTR_I/O0 ANA_IN- XTAL_OUT ANA_IN1+ TESTEN XTAL_IN ADR_SEL F 164 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 STANDBYQ AVSUP TP .

left SCRAT 1 input. left Not connected Reference ground 1 high-voltage part SCRAT 1 output. right SCRAT 1 output. leave vacant LV = if not used.5 6 7 8 Pin Function NC = Not connected. leave vacant DVSS: if not used. connect as described in circuit diagram AHVSS: connect to AHVSS A No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Pin Name AVSUP ANA_IN1+ ANA_INTESTEN XTAL_IN XTAL_OUT TP D_CTR_I/O_1 D_CTR_I/O_0 ADR_SEL STANDBYQ I2C_CL I2C_DA TP TP TP TP TP_CO DVSUP DVSS TP RESETQ NC NC VREF2 DACM_R DACM_L NC VREF1 SC1_OUT_R SC1_OUT_L NC AHVSUP CAPL_M AHVSS AGNDC NC NC NC SC1_IN_L SC1_IN_R VREFTOP MONO_IN AVSS Type Connection (it not used) X Analog power supply +5V IF input1 IF common Test pin Crystal oscillator Crystal oscillator Test pin D_CTR_I/O_1 D_CTR_I/O_0 I2C Bus address select Standby (low-active) I2C clock I2C data Test pin Test pin Test pin Test pin Test pin Digital power supply +5V Digital ground Test pin Power-on-reset Not connected Not connected LV LV X X X LV LV LV X X X X LV LV LV LV Descriptiom IN IN IN IN OUT IN/OUT IN/OUT IN IN IN/OUT IN/OUT B C OUT LV X X LV IN X LV LV X Reference ground 2 high-voltage part Loudspeaker out. connect to DVSS X = obligatory. left Not connected Analog power supply + 8. right Loudspeaker out. right Reference voltage IF A/D converter Mono input Analog ground E D OUT OUT LV LV LV X OUT OUT LV LV LV X X X X LV LV LV IN IN IN LV LV X LV X F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 165 .0 V Volume capacitor MAIN Analog ground Analog reference voltage high-voltage part Not connected Not connected Not connected SCRAT 1 input.

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4

MBM29LV160TE-90PFTN (AV BOARD ASSY : IC9101)
• 16Mbit Flash Memory
A

Pin Arrangement (Top view)
A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A19 N.C. WE RESET N.C. N.C. RY/BY A18 A17 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 A16 BYTE VSS DQ15/A-1 DQ7 DQ14 DQ6 DQ13 DQ5 DQ12 DQ4 VCC DQ11 DQ3 DQ10 DQ2 DQ9 DQ1 DQ8 DQ0 OE VSS CE A0

B

C

Block Diagram
RY/BY 15 VCC 37 VSS 27
D

DQ0 to DQ15 29-36,38-45

RY/BY Buffer Erase Voltage Generator State Control Command Register Program Voltage Generator Chip Enable Output Enable Logic STB Data Latch Input/Output Buffer

VSS 46 WE 11 BYTE 47 RESET 12

CE 26 OE 28

A0 to A19 1-9,16-25,48 A-1 45

Address Latch

E

Low VCC Detector

Time for Program/ Erase

STB

Y-Decoder

Y-Gating

X-Decoder

Cell Matrix

F

166
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PDP-R04E
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8

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Pin Name
A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A19 N.C. WE RESET N.C. N.C. RY/BY A18 A17 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 CE VSS OE DQ0 DQ8 DQ1 DQ9 DQ2 DQ10 DQ3 DQ11 VCC DQ4 DQ12 DQ5 DQ13 DQ6 DQ14 DQ7 DQ15/A-1 VSS BYTE A16

I/O
I I I I I I I I I − I I − − O I I I I I I I I I I I − I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O − I I Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Pin not connected internally Write enable

Pin Function
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B

Hardware reset pin / Temporary sector unprotection Pin not connected internally Pin not connected internally Ready/Busy output Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Chip enable Ground Output enable Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Power supply Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Data input/output Ground Selects 8-bit or 16-bit mode Address input
E D C

F

PDP-R04E
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4

HY57V641620HGT-7 (AV BOARD ASSY : IC9104)
• 64M bit (4M × 16) Synchronous DRAM
A

Block Diagram

Self Reflesh Logic & Timer CLK 38 CKE 37 CS 19 State Machine RAS 18 CAS 17

Internal Row Counter 1M × 16 Bank 3 X Decoders 1M × 16 Bank 2 X Decoders 1M × 16 Bank 1 Sense AMP & I/O Gate X Decoders 1M × 16 Bank 0 X Decoders Memory Cell Array I/O Buffer & Logic

2 DQ0 4 DQ1 5 DQ2 7 DQ3 8 DQ4 10 DQ5 11 DQ6 13 DQ7 42 DQ8 44 DQ9 45 DQ10 47 DQ11 48 DQ12

Row Active

Row Pre Decoder

Refresh

B

WE 16 UDQM 39 LDQM 15

Column Active Column Pre Decoders

Y Decoders

Column Add Counter Bank Select A0 23 A1 24 Address Register

50 DQ13 51 DQ14 53 DQ15

C

A2 25 A3 26 Address Buffer A4 29 A5 30 A6 31 A7 32 A8 33 A9 34 A10/AP 22 A11 35 BA0 20 Mode Register CAS Latency Data Out Control Pipe Line Control Burst Counter

D

BA1 1

E

F

168
1 2

PDP-R04E
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Pin Name 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 VDD DQ0 VDDQ DQ1 DQ2 VSSQ DQ3 DQ4 VDDQ DQ5 DQ6 VSSQ DQ7 VDD LDQM /WE /CAS /RAS /CS BA0 BA1 A10/AP A0 A1 A2 A3 VDD − − Power supply Power supply for output buffer Pin Function No.5 6 7 8 Pin Function No. Pin Name I/O 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 VSS A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A11 NC CKE CLK UDQM NC VSS DQ8 VDDQ DQ9 DQ10 VSSQ DQ11 DQ12 VDDQ DQ13 DQ14 VSSQ DQ15 VSS − I I I I I I I − I I − − − Ground Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Pin Function A I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − − I I I I I I I I I I I − Ground for output buffer Power supply Write enable Column address strobe Row address strobe Chip select Bank address input Bank address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Address input Power supply I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output mask No connection Clock enable Clock input No connection Ground Power supply for output buffer B I/O Data input/output mask I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Ground for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − Power supply for output buffer I/O Data input/output I/O Data input/output − − Ground for output buffer Ground I/O Data input/output C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 169 .

1 Pin Name VIF1 VIF2 STD CVAGC CSAGC TPLL LADJ AF Vde-em Cde-em CDEC QSS FMin TAGC CBL CVBS AFC VCO1 VCO2 GND VP TOP SIF1 SIF2 Pin Function VIF differential input signal voltage 1 VIF differential input signal voltage 2 Standard selection switch VIF AGC capacitor SIF AGC capacitor PLL filter L/L accent switch and adjust Audio output De-emphasis output De-emphasis input Decoupling capacitor Single reference QSS/intercarrier output voltage Sound intercarrier input voltage Tuner AGC output Black level detector Composite video output voltage AFC output VCO1 resonance circuit VCO2 resonance circuit Ground Supply voltage Tuner AGC takeover point adjust SIF differential input signal voltage 1 SIF differential input signal voltage 2 VIF1 1 VIF2 2 STD 3 CVAGC 4 B 24 SIF2 23 SIF1 22 TOP 21 VP 20 GND 19 VCO2 18 VCO1 17 AFC 16 CVBS 15 CBL 14 TAGC 13 FMin 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 CSAGC 5 TPLL 6 LADJ 7 AF 8 Vde-em 9 Cde-em 10 CDEC 11 QSS 12 C Block Diagram D TAGC 14 TOP 22 TUNER AGC CBL CVAGC 15 4 VIF AGC AFC DETECTOR VIF1 1 VIF AMPLIFIER VIF2 2 FPLL VCO TWD TPLL 6 LADJ VCO2 7 19 VCO1 18 AFC 17 VP 21 GND 20 VOLTAGE REFERENCE VIDEO DEMODULATOR AND AMPLIFIER 16 CVBS SIF1 23 E SIF AMPLIFIER SIF2 24 QSS MIXER INTERCARRIER MIXER AM DEMODULATOR 8 AF SIF AGC INTERCARRIER MODE SWITCH FM-PLL DEMODULATOR 5 CSAGC 3 STD 12 QSS 13 FMin 9 Vde-em 10 Cde-em 11 CDEC F 170 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 TDA9818TS (AV BOARD ASSY : IC7501) • Single/multistandard VIF/SIF-PLL and FM-PLL/AM Demodulators A Pin Arrangement (Top view) Pin Function No.

75V Power supply 9V Output R-Y (V) or R signal. Output Y or G signal. Threshold: 0. MIX Ys 12 VCC 11 YS3 10 YS2 C 9 YS1 Pin Function No. Input G or Y signal through a clamping capacitor. Threshold: 0.5 6 7 8 TA1287FG (AV BOARD ASSY : IC8906) • RGB to YUV/IQ High-speed Matrix IC Block Diagram A VIN 1 CLAMP MATRIX SW 16 Matrix Control YIN 2 CLAMP B-Y/Q-MIX 15 UOUT UIN 3 CLAMP Y-MIX 14 YOUT B CPIN 4 R-Y/I-MIX 13 VOUT GND 5 Y/I RIN 6 RGB GIN 7 YUV/IQ U/Q BIN 8 CLAMP Y CLAMP CLAMP TV/Ext. Input Y or G signal through a clamping capacitor. Select to switch mixing ratio. Selects the output mode. Input clamping pulse. Input B-Y (U) or B signal through a clamping capacitor.75V Select to switch mixing ratio. This pin's voltage control the matrix coefficient for output signals.75V Select to switch mixing ratio. E D F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 171 . Output B-Y (U) or B signal. Threshold: 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Pin Name VIN YIN UIN CPIN GND RIN GIN BIN YS1 YS2 YS3 VCC VOUT YOUT UOUT Matrix Control I/O I I I I − I I I I I I − O O O I Pin Function Input R-Y (V) or R signal through a clamping capacitor. Input B or B-Y (U) signal through a clamping capacitor. Threshold: 0.75V Ground Input R or R-Y (V) signal through a clamping capacitor.

1 2 3 4 AXF1119 (AV BOARD ASSY : U7501) • TV Tuner A Pin Arrangement 21 B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 C Pin Function No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 21 Pin Name AGC BB (5V) AS SCL SDA NC +B (5V) BT (31V) IF OUT ANT IN D E F 172 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .

5 6 7 8 Schematic Diagram A B C D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 173 .

1 2 3 4 AXY1066 (REG ASSY : U8502) • DC-DC Converter Unit A Pin Function Pin Arrangement (Top view) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 No.5V input 2. Pin Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Vin Vin Vin Vin ON/OFF GND GND GND GND GND GND GND N.5V output 1. GND GND GND Pin Function 2.3V output 3. Pin Name 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Vo2 Vo2 Vo2 Vo2 N.3V output 3.5V output No.3V output Schematic Diagram C D E F 174 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .C. Vo3 Vo3 Vo3 Vo3 Pin Function 12V input 12V input 12V input 12V input Output ON/OFF Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground No connection 1.5V output 1.C.5V input No connection Ground Ground Ground B 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 GND GND GND N. Vo1 Vo1 Vo1 Vo1 Ground Ground Ground No connection 3.C.5V input 2.5V input 2.5V output 1.3V output 3.

C. Vout Vout Vout GND VAR1 VAR2 N. N.C. Pin Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 Vin Vin ON/OFF GND GND GND GND GND N.5 6 7 8 AXY1070 (REG ASSY : U8510) • DC-DC Converter Unit A Pin Arrangement Pin Function No.C. No connection No connection C Pin Function Voltage input Voltage input Output ON/OFF Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground No connection Voltage output Voltage output Voltage output Ground B 1 2 34 5 6 8 9 1011121314 1516 1718 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Schematic Diagram D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 175 .

5/CS3 P4.4/A20 P4.1 2 3 4 SDA6000 (AV BOARD ASSY : IC8904) • Teletext Decoder A Pin Arrangement (Top view) P6.10 P2.2 P6.0 P5.6 VSYNC HSYNC COR/RSTOUT BLANK/CORBLA VDD33-8 VSS33-8 XTAL1 XTAL2 VSSA-1 VDDA-1 R G B VSSA-2 VDDA-2 CVBS2 VSSA-3 VDDA-3 CVBS1B CVBS1A VSSA-4 VDDA-4 P5.3 TMODE 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 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 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 B C D5 D9 D13 VDD33-5 VSS33-5 D1 D6 D8 D14 D0 D7 VDD33-4 VSS33-4 D15 WR LDQM UDQM RD CSROM CLKEN CSSDRAM MEMCLK VDD33-3 VSS33-3 A15/CAS A14/RAS A13 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 D E F 176 1 2 TCK TMS TDI TDO P2.13 P2.13 P3.2 P5.7 P3.3/A19 P4.8 P2.0 P5.11 P2.2/A18 P4.15 P5.9 P3.4 P6.15 P3.4 P3.0/A16 A8 A7 A9 A6 A5 A10 A11 A12 VSS33-2 VDD33-2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .12 P3.11 P3.2 P3.1/A17 VSS25-1 VDD25-1 P4.15 VSS33-1 VDD33-1 P4.0 RSTIN D11 D3 D4 VDD33-6 VSS33-6 D10 D12 D2 P6.5 P6.1 P3.1 P6.3 P3.10 VDD25-2 VSS25-2 VDD33-7 VSS33-7 P3.8 P3.12 P2.14 P3.1 P5.9 P2.3 P6.5 P3.14 P2.6 P3.

/Data Interrupt Controller PEC 36 nodes (8 ext.. 16 External Bus Interface Boot ROM 16 16 Data 16 D-Cache 16 X-BUS Instr.5 6 7 8 Block Diagram CVBS1 CVBS2 A Slicer1 ACQ Slicer2 32 -Cache AMI Instr..21 Addr.) OSC (6 MHz) XTAL B XRAM 2 Kbyte GA SRU D-Sync FIFO 4Channel ADC 7-bit USART ASC SPI SSC GPT1 T2 T3 T4 GPT2 T5 T6 OCDS 2C RTC Watchdog JTAG C 3 x 6 Bit DAC 3 H V Port 5 6 Port 3 15 Port 2 8 Port 4 8 Port 6 7 UEB10716 4 D E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 177 ./Data Data 16 Data 16 Internal RAM 2 Kbyte CPU-Core C166 16.

3 V) E O Clock for SDRAM O Chip select signal for SDRAM device O Enable for memory clock O Chip select signal for ROM device O External memory read strobe for ROM.8 P2.3 18 P4.13 B 11 P2.1 20 VSS25-1 21 VDD25-1 22 P4.15 13 VSS33-1 14 VDD33-1 15 P4. RD is activated for every external instruction or data read access. Pin Name A Second Function − − − − EX0IN EX1IN EX2IN EX3IN EX4IN EX5IN EX6IN EX7IN − − CS3 A20 A19 A18 A17 − − A16 R8 R7/C7 R9 R6/C6 R5/C5 R10 R11 R12 − − R4/C4 R3/C3 R2/C2 R1/C1 R0/C0 R13 RAS CAS − − − − − − − − − I/O I I I Clock for JTAG interface Control signal for JTAG interface Data input for JTAG interface Pin Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TCK TMS TDI TDO P2.3 V) D O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit (All addresses are word addresses)/SDRAM Address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/Row address strobe for SDRAM access O Address bit/Column address strobe for SDRAM access − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.10 P2.11 P2.9 P2.14 12 P2.1 2 3 4 Pin Function No.3 V) 10 P2.4 17 P4. O Write disable for high byte O Write disable for low byte O Memory write strobe 44 CSSDRAM − F 178 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .2 19 P4.12 O Data output for JTAG interface I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 0 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 1 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 2 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 3 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 4 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 5 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 6 I/O General purpose I/O port/External interrupt 7 − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.5 16 P4.5 V) C O General purpose output port/Address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit O Address bit/SDRAM address bit − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.0 23 A8 24 A7 25 A9 26 A6 27 A5 28 A10 29 A11 30 A12 31 VSS33-2 32 VDD33-2 33 A4 34 A3 35 A2 36 A1 37 A0 38 A13 39 A14 40 A15 41 VSS33-3 42 VDD33-3 43 MEMCLK 45 CLKEN 46 CSROM 47 RD 48 UDQM 49 LDQM 50 WR O General purpose output port/Chip select signal for second external static memory O General purpose output port/Address bit O General purpose output port/Address bit O General purpose output port/Address bit O General purpose output port/Address bit − − Digital ground (for digital core) Digital power (for digital core) (2.

12 91 P3. input I/O General purpose I/O port/Trigger input-signal for 'On Chip Debug System' (OCDS) I/O General purpose I/O port/Trigger outputsignal for 'On Chip Debug System' (OCDS) I/O General purpose I/O port/Field signal of field detection I/O General purpose I/O port/I2C bus clock line 1 I/O General purpose I/O port/I2C bus data line 1 I/O General purpose I/O port F E PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 179 .2 77 P3.0 96 P6.10 89 P3.1 97 P6.13 92 P3.8 83 P3.5 V) D C SCL0 SDA0 CAPIN T3OUT T3EUD T4IN T3IN T2IN MRST MTSR − − − − TxD0 RxD0 − SCLK − T4EUD T2EUD TRIG_IN TRIG_OUT FIELD SCL1 SDA1 − I/O General purpose I/O port/ASC0 clock/data output I/O General purpose I/O port/ASC0 data input (asynchronous) or I/O (synchronous).2 98 P6. input I/O General purpose Input port/GPT1 timer T2 ext.3 V) B I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.0 75 P3.11 90 P3.15 95 P6.4 79 P3.up/down ctrl.9 84 VSS33-7 85 VDD33-7 86 VSS25-2 87 VDD25-2 88 P3.5 6 7 8 No. I/O General purpose I/O port I/O General purpose I/O port/SSC master clock output/slave clock input I/O General purpose I/O port I/O General purpose Input port/GPT1 timer T4 ext.1 76 P3. up/down I/O General purpose I/O port/GPT1 timer T4 input for count/gate/reload/capture I/O General purpose I/O port/GPT1 timer T3 count/gate input I/O General purpose I/O port/GPT1 timer T2 input for count/gate/reload/capture I/O General purpose I/O port/SSC masterreceiver/slave-transmit I/O I/O General purpose I/O port/SSC mastertransmit/slave-receiver O/I − − − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.3 99 P6.up/down ctrl.3 V) Digital ground (for digital core) Digital power (for digital core) (2.3 V) Pin Function A I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.3 78 P3.15 93 P5.3 V) I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I/O Data bit I Reset input pin I/O General purpose I/O port/I2C Bus clock line 0 I/O General purpose I/O port/I2C Bus data line 0 I/O General purpose I/O port/GPT2 register CAPREL I/O General purpose I/O port/GPT1 timer T3 toggle I/O General purpose I/O port/GPT1 timer T3 ext. Pin Name 51 D15 52 VSS33-4 53 VDD33-4 54 D7 55 D0 56 D14 57 D8 58 D6 59 D1 60 VSS33-5 61 VDD33-5 62 D13 63 D9 64 D5 65 D2 66 D12 67 D10 68 VSS33-6 69 VDD33-6 70 D4 71 D3 72 D11 73 RSTIN 74 P3.6 81 P3.14 94 P5.5 80 P3.4 100 P6.7 82 P3.5 − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − Second Function I/O I/O Data bit − − Digital ground for pads Digital power (for pads) (3.

5 V) O Output of the oscillator amplifier circuit B 111 VDDA-1 112 R 113 G 114 B 115 VSSA-2 116 VDDA-2 117 CVBS2 118 VSSA-3 119 VDDA-3 120 CVBS1B 121 CVBS1A 122 VSSA-4 123 VDDA-4 124 P5. Pin Name A 101 P6. be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools: Position to be cleaned Fans Cleaning tools Cleaning paper : GED-008 F 180 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 .1 2 3 4 No.3 128 TMODE O Analog output for red channel O Analog output for green channel O Analog output for blue channel − − I − − I I − − I I I I I Analog ground Analog power (for ADCs) (2.3 − I/O Pin Function I/O General purpose I/O port/I2C bus data line 2 I/O Vertical sync In/output/Composite sync output I/O Horizontal sync In/output O Output for contrast reduction/Reset output O Fast blanking signal/Three-level signal for contrast reduction + fast blanking − − I − − Digital power (for pads) (3.5 V) Ground for CVBS1A (differential input) CVBS signal inputs for full service data slicing Analog ground Analog power (for ADCs) (2.6 102 VSYNC 103 HSYNC 104 COR 105 BLANK 106 VDD33-8 107 VSS33-8 108 XTAL1 109 XTAL2 110 VSSA-1 Second Function SDA2 VCS − RSTOUT CORBLA − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − AN.2 127 P5.4 CLEANING E Before shipping out the product.1 AN.2 AN.1 126 P5.0 125 P5.3 V) Digital ground for pads Input of the oscillator amplifier circuit Analog ground Analog power (for PLL and DAC) (2.0 AN.5 V) General purpose Input port/Analog input for A/D-converter General purpose Input port/Analog input for A/D-converter General purpose Input port/Analog input for A/D-converter General purpose Input port/Analog input for A/D-converter Test mode pin C D 7.5 V) CVBS signal inputs for WSS data slicing Analog ground Analog power (for ADCs) (2.

PANEL FACILITIES Media Receiver Front view A 1 2 3 Pull this section to open the door . B 45 6 7 8 9 0 - 1 2 3 4 5 POWER button POWER ON indicator STANDBY indicator PHONES output terminal INPUT 4 terminal (S-VIDEO) 6 7 8 9 0 - INPUT 4 terminal (VIDEO) INPUT 4 terminals (AUDIO) PC INPUT terminal (AUDIO) PC INPUT terminal (ANALOG RGB) PC CARD slot PC CARD eject button C Rear view 1 2 3 4 IN SERVICE ONLY OUT 5 6 7 8 D CONTROL SUB WOOFER OUTPUT INPUT 1 i / o link.A SELECT switch INPUT 2 terminal (SCART) INPUT 3 terminal (SCART) MONITOR OUT terminal (S-VIDEO) MONITOR OUT terminal (VIDEO) MONITOR OUT terminals (AUDIO) SYSTEM CABLE terminal (WHITE) SYSTEM CABLE terminal (BLACK) INPUT 3 HDMI terminal E F PDP-R04E 5 6 7 8 181 . PR) 8 AC INLET terminal 9 0 = ~ ! @ # $ i/o link. PB.5 6 7 8 8.A SELECT INPUT 2 3 INPUT 2 I NPUT 3 S.VIDEO INPUT 3 COMPONENT VIDEO Y PB PR AC INLET BLACK MONITOR OUTPUT HDMI VIDEO R-AUDIO-L INPUT 3 WHITE SYSTEM CABLE 9 0 - =~ ! $ @ # 1 Antenna input terminal 2 RS-232C terminal (used in the factory setup) 3 Control input terminal 4 Control output terminal 5 INPUT 1 terminal (SCART) 6 SUB WOOFER OUTPUT terminal 7 INPUT 3 COMPONENT VIDEO terminals (Y.

4 Selects an input source. ( ENTER Executes a command. 0 EPG Displays the Electronic Programme Guide. point it at the Plasma Display. * HOME MENU TV/External Input mode: Displays the Menu screen. @ TV/External input mode: Changes the wide screen size. TV/External input mode: Selects a channel. 9 Colour (RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE) TELETEXT mode: Selects a page. +/ – Sets the volume. ~ / / / Selects a desired item on the setting screen. (all TV image. Press again to release the hold mode.1 2 3 4 Remote control unit A 8 Sets the sound multiplex mode. D E 2 INPUT 1. 4 Selects the two digit mode. F 182 1 2 PDP-R04E 3 4 . 3. (full/upper half/lower half) 1 2 3 4 5 6 B 7 8 9 0 = ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( C # Freezes a frame from a moving image. 6 Switches the screen mode among 2-screen. picture-in-picture. Mutes the sound. • When using the remote control unit. 5 PC Selects the PC terminal as an input source. ^ Selects the TELETEXT mode. $ 1 % Places the system into the standby mode. = (RETURN) Restores the previous menu screen. / TELETEXT mode: Selects a page. TELETEXT mode: Displays hidden characters. all TEXT image. ! Displays the channel information. TELETEXT mode: Selects a page. 2. TV/TEXT image) & TELETEXT mode: Displays an Index page for the CEEFAX/FLOF format. TELETEXT mode: Stops updating Teletext pages. Displays a TOP Over View page for the TOP format. TELETEXT mode: Switches Teletext images. 30–9 Switches on the power to the Plasma Display. Press again to cancel the function. 7 P +/P – TV/External input mode: Selects a channel. and single-screen.