SANYO LCD TV

OVERVIEW & FAULT DIAGNOSIS 17MB22 Chassis

IDTV CE37LD81-B CE42LD81-B

SANYO LCD TV 2007-8
PCB Spares Listing For the 2007-8 SANYO TV, ordering of spare parts needs reference taken not only of the TV model number i.e. CE37LD81-B but also of the actual Product Code and Production Code (Batch Number) of that particular model. On occasions the same model number could have a different particular Pcb or a different manufacturer or revision of LCD panel fitted. The Product code and Production Code could be viewed similarly to previous models whereby production changes were notified by use of a different service code i.e. CE32LD6-B-01. The required codes can be easily found on the rating plate on the TV back cabinet under the Model number and 2 bar codes as seen below.
Identification of Production Code (26” Example)

TV RATING PLATE

Production Code (Batch No.) Product Code

During a production run with a particular Product Code, different LCD panels or Pcb’s may be fitted. Each of the changes will have a particular Production Code or Batch Number. (Shown above in blue). Therefore the correct ‘Product Code’ and ‘Production Code numbers’ must be used to locate the correct part numbers, otherwise incorrect parts may be supplied. Display Panel Inverter and Control Pcb’s will be supplied subject to availability. You must consult the appropriate parts list table for information before ordering any parts, otherwise incorrect parts may be supplied.

Signal Pcb (Chassis) Identification (42” Example)

Cabinet Back Rating Plate

Product Code

Main (Chassis) Pcb

Part Number

Production Code (Batch No.)
2 + 1st 7 digits of SN This shows pcb correct for this model

LCD Panel Size - 42”

LCD Panel Manufacturer (LG in this example)

TV Model: CE37LD81-B
Master Inverter Power Supply Pcb Display Control Pcb Digital Freeview Pcb

Key Pcb

AV Pcb RCU & LED Pcb Signal Pcb (Audio/ Video / CPU & Scaler) Slave Inverter HDMI Pcb

LCD Display Panel Replaceable only with prior TECHNICAL AUTHORISATION. Inverter (Back Light) Pcb Display Control Pcb (fitted inside rear of LCD Panel) (Both supplied as part of LCD Panel but available as spare separately). Signal Pcb - spares name - Chassis RCU / LED Pcb - spares name - LED Board Digital Freeview Pcb - spares name - DTT Board Power Supply Pcb - spares name - Power Board HDMI Pcb - spares name - HDMI Input Board AV Pcb - spares name - FAV Board Key Pcb - spares name - Key Board

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GENERIC USE ONLY -

See Spares ordering pages

CE37LD81-B POWER SUPPLY PCB

PL809 AC IN

C902 TR805 + RUN SUPPLIES
390V Run 340v Stby REF UNISOLATED GROUND

TR806 RESONANT CHOKE

F800 T2.5A

All other Voltages shown are with reference to the isolated metal chassis

37" POWER SUPPLY PCB
PL801 +24V Run to Slave Inverter PL804 to Digital Pcb 32V Stby 34V Run +24V to PL001 Signal Pcb PL802 to Master Inverter 12V Run PL803 to Signal PL003 PL805 to PL002 Signal Pcb

TR803 STANDBY SUPPLIES

PL811 to Standby button

+24V

2v3 3v2 Run Supplies

3v2 2v5

2v5

Run Supplies

11v9 Run 1v7 Stby 0.6V Run

4v9 3v3 Run Supplies

3v3 5V Standby

7.8V (pulsing) Standby (front LED lit) 0V Side Standby Key button pressed in

Note :- This model has a low power mode, which switches off the CPU standby supplies and front LED, when the latching side standby key button is pressed. (The TV will appear completely 'Dead' and cannot not be operated by the RCU). In this mode 340VDC is still supplied by the bridge rectifier to the unisolated primary components, which are still Live..

CE37LD81-B SIGNAL PCB
PL207

37" Signal Processing 17MB22
Side Key Press Norm = 3v3 AV = 2V Menu = 0.56V CH+ = 1V CH - + 2v3 Vol + = 1v6 Vol - = 0.19V PL403 to Keypad Pcb
IC405 Sync Switch

FPC connector to Digital Pcb Audio, Video & Control Bus 12V LCD Panel Supplies PL406
5V Stby

PL002 to PSU PL805

PL003 to PSU PL803

L/S
3V2 Run

L/S

3V3 Stby

3V3 Run

4V9 Run

11V9 Run 32V Stby 34V Run

1V8 Stby

2V5 Run 1V7 Stby 0.6V Run

2v5 Run

LVDS Drives & Clocks measure 200mv on 100MHz Scope using x 10 probe. These may be very low or look non existent on a low bandwidth scope If all LVDS drives are present, the clock signals can be assumed to be OK. (See LVDS / Clock waveform pages)

IC 403 NVM (64K)

-+ -+ -+

IC001

CLK - + LVDS Drives to LCD Panel IC400

0.6V Stby
3V3 Stby

IC601 Audio Output

PL302 Digital Pcb PL001 To PL801 PSU PL602 to LED / RCU Pcb

24V To Run

VCTP
Main CPU, Video TXT, Audio, Scaler LED 4v3 Run 3v2 Stby 3v9 (Dips with RCU) Always +5V
12V Run

IC 101 AGC

IF out to Digital Pcb

IC100 Analogue IF & CVBS out To PL204 FAV Pcb

IC902 Video Switch IC004 IC904 Audio Switch

2 x HDMI 1.1 Pcb

PL411

IC200 PC in

PL206 To PL104 FAV Pcb PC AUD IN

TU100
Combined UHF / VHF / CATV Analogue & Digital Tuner

IC903 RGB

10V5 Run
To PL205 FAV Pcb IC905 Audio SW

9.1V Run

IC702 HDMI 1.1

Service Port To Digital Pcb (LD Only)

Pc Input

Component Video / Audio Inputs Y Pb Pr
L AUD R AUD

RGB, Composite Video in Composite Video Mon out SCART 1

RGB, Composite Video in SVHS IN SCART 2

Srv Port

TV Model: CE42LD81-B
Master Inverter Power Supply Pcb Display Control Pcb Digital Freeview Pcb

Key Pcb

AV Pcb RCU & LED Pcb Signal Pcb (Audio/ Video / CPU & Scaler) Slave Inverter HDMI Pcb

LCD Display Panel Replaceable only with prior TECHNICAL AUTHORISATION. Inverter (Back Light) Pcb Display Control Pcb (fitted inside rear of LCD Panel) (Both supplied as part of LCD Panel but available as spare separately). Signal Pcb - spares name - Chassis RCU / LED Pcb - spares name - LED Board Digital Freeview Pcb - spares name - DTT Board Power Supply Pcb - spares name - Power Board HDMI Pcb - spares name - HDMI Input Board AV Pcb - spares name - FAV Board Key Pcb - spares name - Key Board

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GENERIC USE ONLY - See spares ordering pages

CE42LD81-B POWER SUPPLY PCB

PL809 AC IN

C902 TR805 RUN SUPPLIES

TR806 RESONANT CHOKE

F800 T2.5A

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390V Run 340v Stby REF UNISOLATED GROUND All other Voltages shown are with reference to the isolated matal chassis

42" POWER SUPPLY PCB
PL801 +24V Run to Inverter 2v7 3v2 PL807 to Digital Pcb 34V Run 32v Stby PL805 to PL002 Signal Pcb

TR803 STANDBY SUPPLIES

24V to PL001 Signal Pcb PL802 to Inverter Pcb

12V Run PL803 to Signal PL003

PL811 to Standby button

+24V Run Supplies

2v7

3v2

2v7

2v5

Run Supplies

11v9 Run 1.7V Stby 0.6V Run

4v9 3v3 Run Supplies

3v3 5V Standby

8V (pulsimg) Standby (front LED lit) 0V Side Standby Key button pressed in

Note :- This model has a low power mode, which switches off the CPU standby supplies and front LED, when the latching side standby key button is pressed. (The TV will appear completely 'Dead' and cannot not be operated by the RCU). In this mode 340VDC is still supplied by the bridge rectifier to the unisolated primary components, which are still Live.

CE42LD81-B SIGNAL PCB
PL207

42" Signal Processing 17MB22
Side Key Press Norm = 3v3 AV = 2V Menu = 0.56V CH+ = 1V CH - + 2v3 Vol + = 1v6 Vol - = 0.19V PL403 to Keypad Pcb
IC405 Sync Switch

FPC connector to Digital Pcb Audio, Video & Control Bus 12V LCD Panel Supplies PL406
5V Stby

PL002 to PSU PL805

PL003 to PSU PL803

L/S
3V2 Run

L/S

3V3 Stby

3V3 Run

4V9 Run

11V9 Run 32V Stby 34V Run

1V8 Stby

2V5 Run 1.7V Stby 0.6V Run

2v7 Run

LVDS Drives & Clocks measure 200mv on 100MHz Scope using x 10 probe. These may be very low or look non existent on a low bandwidth scope If all LVDS drives are present, the clock signals can be assumed to be OK. (See LVDS / Clock waveform pages)

IC 403 NVM (64K)

-+ -+ -+

IC001

CLK - + LVDS Drives to LCD Panel IC400

0.6V Stby
3V3 Stby

IC601 Audio Output

PL302 Digital Pcb PL001 To PL801 PSU PL602 to LED / RCU Pcb

24V To Run

VCTP
Main CPU, Video TXT, Audio, Scaler PL400
IC902 Video Switch To PL204 FAV Pcb Ground to PL802 PSU IC004 IC904 Audio Switch

IC 101 AGC

IF out to Digital Pcb

IC100 Analogue IF & CVBS out

LED 4v3 Run 3v2 Stby 3v9 (Dips with RCU) Always +5V

12V Run

2 x HDMI 1.1 Pcb

PL411

IC200 PC in

PL206 To PL104 FAV Pcb PC AUD IN

TU100
Combined UHF / VHF / CATV Analogue & Digital Tuner

IC903 RGB

10V5 Run
To PL205 FAV Pcb IC905 Audio SW

9.1V Run

IC702 HDMI 1.1

Service Port To Digital Pcb (LD Only)

Pc Input

Component Video / Audio Inputs Y Pb Pr
L AUD R AUD

RGB, Composite Video in Composite Video Mon out SCART 1

RGB, Composite Video in SVHS IN SCART 2

Srv Port

Digital Freeview Decoder

PL501 +12V from PL804 PSU

PL202 FPC to Signal PCB PL207 Audio / Video / Control Bus

PL302 To Signal PCB (IF IN)

The Digital IF signal is fed into PL302 from the combined Analogue / Digital tuner assembly on the signal Pcb on the 'D' series models. The +12V power to PL501 is always present from plug PL804 on the main power supply. PL102 is connected to the Signal Pcb service port, by PL411 and allows firmware updates to the Digital Processor IC.

IC 101

PL102 From Signal Pcb Service Port

IC202

The FPC, flexible printed circuit connector from PL202, allows Audio & Video data and also control bus operation from PL207 on the signal Pcb. PL103 supplies the SPDIF (Sony Philips Digital Interface) signal to the FAV Pcb for connection to external equipment

Card Reader

SPDIF out to FAV Pcb PL103

UHF-VHF-CATV- DIGITAL TUNER ASSEMBLY
0V 0V 33.7V 1.5V 5V 5V 4V Varying with signal 4V Varying with signal 0V 1.7V 0.05V All voltages measured in RUN mode with normal off air signal.

TU100

Low Voltage Difference Signal Waveforms

Figure 1 – Negative LVDS waveform example This waveform is an example of the differential signal which may be observed on the LVDS output plug. See Signal Pcb Diagram for specific pins. All negative pulses should be similar in amplitude and frequency (70-80Mhz). The signal has a DC level of between 1.125V and 1.375V depending upon the type of input signal.

Figure 2 – Positive LVDS waveform example This waveform compliments the negative version shown above; See Signal Pcb Diagram for specific pins. All positive pulses should be similar in amplitude and frequency (70-80Mhz). The signal has a DC level of between 1.125V and 1.375V depending upon the type of input signal.

Low Voltage Difference Signal Clock Waveforms

Figure 3 – LVDS clock waveform This waveform should be present in both positive and negative form on the LVDS output plug . See the Signal Pcb Diagram for specific pins. The clock frequency is specified as 74.25MHz but may be anywhere between 70MHz and 80MHz. The waveform has an offset of approximately 1V DC.

The LVDS clock waveforms
Please note that there are normally two of these clock signals present and as these are 70-80Mhz waveforms they may look to be non existent or very low in amplitude if a low bandwidth oscilloscope is used. i.e. 20-50MHz. An 80-100Mhz Bandwidth oscilloscope will be required to display the correct Clock And LVDS drive signal amplitudes. If a higher bandwidth oscilloscope is not available and all other LVDS drive signals are present, then these two clock signals can be assumed to be OK.

NO SOUND OR PICTURE

Dead Set or Stuck in Standby
Check with RCU, if set comes on replace the TV Keypad Pcb. If set comes on via the keypad, but not the RCU, then check the RCU and if OK, replace the LED / RCU Pcb. (see signal Pcb diagram PL602 for voltages) Check Signal Pcb for all correct Standby voltages at PL002 and PL003. (See Signal PCB Diagram). If incorrect check wiring to PSU, If OK, replace PSU PCB. If OK replace the Signal Pcb. Check 340V across C902 on PSU. If OK, Unplug side key standby button from PL811 on PSU. If TV operates OK. Replace Button. If no 340V, check T2.5A fuse on PSU. If fuse is blown and blows again, replace PSU. If fuses OK, check for 240V AC at PL809 on PSU. If not present, check the mains lead & plug fuse. If 240V AC Ok , check PSU Standby voltages at signal Pcb plugs PL002 and PL003. (See Signal Pcb diagram). If voltages OK replace Signal Pcb. If incorrect then replace the PSU.

Yes

Is front LED lit

No

FAULTY SOUND - PICTURE OK

No or Distorted Sound Output from all Sources

Check all Run voltage supplies from PSU at the Signal Pcb (See Signal Pcb Diagram) If incorrect check PSU supplies If all OK. Replace faulty loudspeaker, or replace Signal Pcb.

NO PICTURE - NO OSD - SOUND OK

No Picture from TV or any AV inputs. No OSD. Sound OK Yes No

Check the five LCD panel +Ve supplies at Main Pcb LVDS LCD panel connector Yes PL406. (See Signal Pcb diagram). Also check all eight LVDS and two CLK waveforms with scope at LCD panel connector. (see Signal Pcb and LVDS diagrams) If OK, do continuity check on LVDS cable. If cable OK, try replacement display control pcb (top rear of LCD panel under metal cover). If still faulty then replace the LCD Panel assy. If voltages / waveforms not OK then check all supplies on the Signal Pcb at PL002 and PL003. (see Signal Pcb diagram). If voltages OK, replace the Signal Pcb. If voltages incorrect replace the PSU

Are Backlights

No

Check all voltages to the Inverter Pcb at PSU PL801 / PL802 and Run voltages at PL803 & PL805. (See PSU diagram) If all voltages from the PSU are OK, check the inverter Pcbs for D/J or replace. If after replacing the inverter Pcb, the backlights are still not lit, then one or more of the backlight lamps could be faulty. If PSU voltages are incorrect, then replace PSU Pcb.

Lit ?

If one channel of either of the inverters is not functioning due to a faulty inverter Pcb or a faulty lamp, then the backlights will light initially and then the inverter board will shut down with no picture, but the sound will still be present if previously tuned in.

Produced in the UK by Mike Burnett Senior Technical Liaison & Training Engineer SANYO Europe Ltd