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TFT-LCD TV/MONITOR

Chassis Model
VR22EO LW22N23N

SERVICE Manual

TFT-LCD TV/MONITOR CONTENTS


1. Precautions

2. Product Specifications

3. Disassembly & Reassembly

4. Alignment & Adjustments

5. Troubleshooting

6. Exploded View & Parts List

7. Parts List

8. Block Diagram

9. Wiring Diagram

10. PCB Layout

11. Schematic Diagrams

12. Panel Description


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1 Precautions
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards such as
electrical shock.

1-1 Safety Precautions

1-1-1 Warnings
1. For continued safety, do not attempt to modify the
(READING SHOULD
circuit board. NOT BE ABOVE 0.5mA)

2. Disconnect the AC power and DC Power Jack


before servicing. DEVICE
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
UNDER TESTER
1-1-2 Servicing the LCD Monitor TEST
TEST ALL
EXPOSED METAL
1. When servicing the LCD Monitor Disconnect the SURFACES

AC line cord from the AC outlet.


2-WIRE CORD
2. It is essential that service technicians have an
accurate voltage meter available at all times. Check
the calibration of this meter periodically. ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUG AS REQUIRED) EARTH
1-1-3 Fire and Shock Hazard GROUND

Before returning the monitor to the user, perform the Figure 1-1. Leakage Current Test Circuit
following safety checks:
1. Inspect each lead dress to make certain that the 4. With the unit completely reassembled, plug the AC
leads are not pinched or that hardware is not line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. With the
lodged between the chassis and other metal parts in unit’s AC switch first in the ON position and then
the monitor. OFF, measure the current between a known earth
2. Inspect all protective devices such as nonmetallic ground (metal water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all
control knobs, insulating materials, cabinet backs, exposed metal parts, including: metal cabinets,
adjustment and compartment covers or shields, screwheads and control shafts. The current
isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical measured should not exceed 0.5 milliamp. Reverse
insulators, etc. the power-plug prongs in the AC outlet and repeat
3. Leakage Current Hot Check (Figure 1-1): the test.
WARNING: Do not use an isolation transformer during
this test. 1-1-4 Product Safety Notices
Use a leakage current tester or a metering system
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special
that complies with American National Standards
safety-related characteristics which are often not
Institute (ANSI C101.1, Leakage Current for
evident from visual inspection. The protection they give
Appliances), and Underwriters Laboratories (UL may not be obtained by replacing them with
Publication UL1410, 59.7). components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Parts
that have special safety characteristics are identified by
! on schematics and parts lists. A substitute
replacement that does not have the same safety
characteristics as the recommended replacement part
might create shock, fire and/or other hazards. Product
safety is under review continuously and new
instructions are issued whenever appropriate.

LW22N23N 1-1
1 Precautions

1-2 Servicing Precautions


WARNING: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode.
Caution: Before servicing units covered by this service manual, read and follow the Safety Precautions
section of this manual.
Note: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the
safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.

1-2-1 General Servicing Precautions


1. Always unplug the unit’s AC power cord from the 4. Check the insulation between the blades of the AC
AC power source and disconnect the DC Power plug and accessible conductive parts (examples:
Jack before attempting to: metal panels, input terminals and earphone jacks).
(a) remove or reinstall any component or assembly, 5. Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the
(b) disconnect PCB plugs or connectors, (c) connect power cord from the AC source and turn the power
a test component in parallel with an electrolytic switch ON. Connect an insulation resistance meter
capacitor. (500 V) to the blades of the AC plug.
2. Some components are raised above the printed The insulation resistance between each blade of the
circuit board for safety. An insulation tube or tape AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see
is sometimes used. The internal wiring is above) should be greater than 1 megohm.
sometimes clamped to prevent contact with
6. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to
thermally hot components. Reinstall all such
the instrument chassis ground before connecting
elements to their original position.
the positive lead; always remove the instrument’s
3. After servicing, always check that the screws, ground lead last.
components and wiring have been correctly
reinstalled. Make sure that the area around the
serviced part has not been damaged.

1-3 Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) Precautions


Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly
called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD are integrated circuits and some field-effect
transistors. The following techniques will reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.

1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor 6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its
components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic protective package until you are ready to install it.
charge from your body by touching a known earth Most replacement ESDs are packaged with leads
ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wrist- that are electrically shorted together by conductive
strap device. To avoid a shock hazard, be sure to foam, aluminum foil or other conductive materials.
remove the wrist strap before applying power to 7. Immediately before removing the protective
the monitor. material from the leads of a replacement ESD,
2. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly, place it touch the protective material to the chassis or
on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to circuit assembly into which the device will be
prevent accumulation of an electrostatic charge. installed.
3. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can Caution: Be sure no power is applied to the
generate electrical charges sufficient to damage chassis or circuit and observe all
ESDs. other safety precautions.
4. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or
desolder ESDs. 8. Minimize body motions when handling
unpackaged replacement ESDs. Motions such as
5. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some brushing clothes together, or lifting your foot from
solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” a carpeted floor can generate enough static
can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage electricity to damage an ESD.
ESDs.

1-2 LW22N23N
2 Product Specifications
2-1 Specifications

Item Description

LCD Panel TFT-LCD Panel, RGB vertical stripe, normaly Black, 22-Inch viewable, 0.381 mm pixel pitch
Scanning Frequency Horizontal : 30 kHz ~ 68 kHz (Automatic)
Vertical : 56 Hz ~ 85 Hz (Automatic)
Display Colors 16.7 Million colors
Maximum Resolution Horizontal : 1280 Pixels
Vertical : 720 Pixel
Input Video Signal Positive at 75 Ω
Input Sync Signal Type : Seperate H/V
Level : TTL level
Maximum Pixel Clock rate 70 MHz
Active Display
487.68 mm/ 274.32 mm
Horizontal/Vertical
AC power voltage & Frequency AC 100 ~ 264 Volts, 50~60 Hz ± 3 Hz
Power Consumption 80 W

Dimensions (W x H x D)
Set 23.6 x 17.3 x 8.2 Inches (599 X 439 X 209.4 mm) / 23.6 x 16.5 x 4.4 Inches (599 X 418 X 112.7 mm) State of stand disassembled
Package 28.1 x 23.0 x 8.1 Inches (713.0 X 583.0 X 205.0 mm)

Weight
Set / Package 8.98 kg (19.8 lbs) After installation of Stand / 11.0 kg (24.3 lbs)

Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature : 50 °F ~ 104 °F (10 °C ~ 40 °C)


Operating Humidity : 10 % ~ 80 %
Storage Temperature : -4 °F ~ 113 °F (-20 °C ~ 45 °C)
Storage Humidity : 5 % ~ 95 %
Tunning Frequency Synthesize
TV System System PAL/SECAM-B/G/I/D/K/L/L : NTSC (AV)

Sound STEREO

Antena Input 75Ω

– MAX Internal speaker Out : Right => 5W


Left => 5W
Sound Characteristic
– BASS Control Range : -8 dB ~ + 8dB
– TREBLE Control Range : -8 dB ~ +8 dB
– Headphone Out : 5 mW max (400 m Vrms)
– Output Frequency : 20 Hz ~15.2 Hz

LW22N23N 2-1
2 Product Specifications

2-2 Pin Assignments

2-2-1 DVI-I (Analog & Digital)


Ref) DVI-D : Digital only
D-SUB : Analog only

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
C1 C2
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

C3 C4
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

DVI-I Receptacle Connector Front View

Pin No. Signal Assignment Pin No. Signal Assignment Pin No. Signal Assignment

1 RX2- 11 GND 21 NC
2 RX2+ 12 NC 22 GND
3 GND 13 NC 23 RXC+
4 NC 14 DDC Input Power(+5V) 24 RXC-
5 NC 15 IDENT_PC C1 Analog Red
6 DDC Clock (SCL) 16 5V C2 Analog Green
7 DDC Data (SDA) 17 RX0- C3 Analog Blue
8 Analog Vertical Sync. 18 RX0+ C4 Analog Horizontal Sync.
9 RX1- 19 GND

10 RX1+ 20 NC

2-2 LW22N23N
2 Product Specifications

2-2-2 SCART
Pin Separate Pin Separate Pin Separate

1 SC1 RED OUT 15 SC1 RED 29 SC2 SWITCHING


2 SC1 RED IN 16 GND 30 GND
3 SC1 LEFT OUT 17 SC1 FAST BLANKING 31 N/C
4 GND 18 GND 32 N/C
5 GND 19 SC1 CVBS OUT 33 N/C
6 SC1 LEFT IN 20 SC1 CVBS IN 34 GND
7 SC1 BLUE 21 GND 35 GND
8 SC1 SWITCHING 22 SC2 RED OUT 36 N/C
9 GND 23 SC2 RED IN 37 N/C
10 N/C 24 SC2 LEFT OUT 38 GND
11 SC1 GREEN 25 GND 39 GND
12 N/C 26 GND 40 SC2 CVBS OUT
13 GND 27 SC2 LEFT IN 41 SC2 CVBS IN
14 GND 28 N/C 42 GND

2-2-3 S-Video

Pin Separate

1 GND
2 Y
3 C
4 GND
5 GND

2-2-4 A/V

RCA Yellow CVBS

Audio L
RCA White
GND

Audio R
RCA Red
GND

LW22N23N 2-3
2 Product Specifications

2-3 Timing Chart

This section of the service manual describes the timing that the computer industry recognizes as standard
for computer-generated video signals.

2-3-1 LCD Panel Mode1 mode

2-4 LW22N23N
2 Product Specifications

2-3-1 Supported Modes (1)

LW22N23N 2-5
2 Product Specifications

2-3-1 Supported Modes (2)

2-6 LW22N23N
2 Product Specifications

2-3-1 Supported Modes (3)

LW22N23N 2-7
2 Product Specifications

Memo

2-8 LW22N23N
3 Disassembly and Reassembly
This section of the service manual describes the disassembly and reassembly procedures for the
LW22N23N monitor.

WARNING: This monitor contains electrostatically sensitive devices. Use caution when handling
these components.

3-1 Disassembly
Cautions:1. Disconnect the monitor from the power source before disassembly.
2. R/Cover opening jig : BH81-00001A

1. Loacte the monitor on the cushioned table


with face down. Remove the stand from
LCD-TV and pull the stand cover.

2. Remove 2 screws from the rear cover and


remove rear cover by using opening driver.

3. Lift up the rear cover and disconnect function


SPEAKER IR A/V INPUT
FUNCTION
cable, A/V Input cable, IR cable and speaker
cable from the shield. (See illustrations)

SPEAKER

4. Remove 2 screws (A/V Input Board) from the


shield. Please add a circle around the 6 screws
that connects the silver shield of the Main-PCB
to the Panel shield.(see illustrations)

5. Lift up main shield and remove 17 screws from


the set (Main Board and Panel Shield).
(see illustrations)

LW22N23N 3-1
3 Disassembly and Reassembly

6. Disconnect cable and lift up the main board and


panel shield. (see illustrations)

7. Lift up the panel.

3-2 Replacement Order of Lamp Assemblies


LCD panal may not be serviced. (Lamps are generally located at top and bottom of panel, which may be
replaced.However,for the Victoria LTA170WP_L01 panel, the lamp is firmly soldered inside of the back
panel. Therefore,servicing the lamp may cause a defective panel.Also,servicing lamp requires front glass
removal, which may cause scratch and/or foreign materials on the glass.)

3-3 Reassembly
Reassembly procedures are in the reverse order of dissasembly procedures.

3-2 LW22N23N
4 Alignments and Adjustments
4-1 General Alignment Instuction
1. Usually, a color TV-VCR needs only slight touch-up adjustment upon installation.
Check the basic characteristics such as height, horizontal and vertical sync.
2. Use the specified test equipment or its equivalent.
3. Correct impedance matching is essential.
4. Avoid overload. Excessive signal from a sweep generator might overload the front-end
of the TV. When inserting signal markers, do not allow the marker generator to distort
test result.
5. Connect the TV only to an AC power source with voltage and frequency as specified on
the backcover nameplate.
6. Do not attempt to connect or disconnect any wire while the TV is turned on. Make sure
that the power cord is disconnected before replacing any parts.
7. To protect aganist shock hazard, use an isolation transform.

LW22N23N 4-1
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-2 Factory Mode Adjustments


4-2-1 Entering Factory Mode
1. To enter “Service Mode” Press the remote -control keys in this sequence :
- If you do not have Factory remote - control

- If you have Factory remote - control

- The buttons are active in the service mode.


1. Remote - Control Key : Power, Arrow Up, Arrow Down, Arrow Left
Arrow Right, Menu, Enter, Number Key(0~9)
2. Function - Control Key : Power, CH +, CH -, VOL +, VOL -,
Menu, TV/VIDEO(Enter)

4-2-2 Factory Mode Tree

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LW22N23N 4-3
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-4 LW22N23N
4 Alignments and Adjustments

LW22N23N 4-5
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-6 LW22N23N
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LW22N23N 4-7
4 Alignments and Adjustments

* Unless otherwise specifid, do not adjust data in Factory Mode.


* Data may be changed for display improvement.

4-8 LW22N23N
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-3 White Balance Adjustment


1. In factory mode (1, 3, 6), you can adjust the white balance.
2. As the adjustment and data values differ depending on input sources, different adjustments are
requried for RF, PC/DVI modes.
3. Optimum condition data for each mode are saved as default values. (Refer to Table 2, 3)
4. As the RF mode is applied with the same vlaues as for VIDEO and S-VIDEO, adjustment can be
made in any of RF, VIDEO and S-VIDEO modes.

Table 4-1. White Balance Setting Conditions

Table 4-2. Color Control Default Vlaue

Table 4-3. Color Control Default Vlaue

LW22N23N 4-9
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-3-1 Conditions for Measurement


1. On the basis of toshiba ABL pattern : High Light level (57 IRE)
- INPUT SIGNAL GENERATOR : MSPG-925LTH
* Mode NO 1 : 750X480@60 Hz
NO 6 : 1280X720@60 Hz
NO 21 : 1024X768@60 Hz
* Pattern NO 36 : 16 Color Pattern
NO 16 : Toshiba ABL Pattern
2. Optical measuring device : CA210 (FL)
Please use the MSPG-925 LTH generator for model LTP227W.

4-3-2 Method of Adjustment


1. Adjust the basic level of DTV and PC input signals.
a) Set the input to the mode in which the adjustment will be made (PC).
* Input signal - PC Mode : Model #21 (1024*768 Mode), Pattern #16 (Picture 4-1)
b) Enter factory Calibration, confirm the ADC data (PC Mode Only).
* ADC default value : Table 4-3.

Picture 4-1 Toshiba ABL Pattern

2. Adjust the white balance of RF, DTV and PC Modes.


a) Set the input to the mode in which the adjustment will be made (RF DTV PC).
* Input signal - VIDEO Mode : Model #1 (750*480 Mode), Pattern #16
- PC Mode : Model #21 (1024*768 Mode), Pattern #16
b) Enter factory color control, confirm the data.

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4 Alignments and Adjustments

c) Adjust the low light. (Refer to table 1, 2 in adjustment position by mode)


- Adjust sub - Brightness to set the 'Y' value.
- Adjust red offset ('x') and blue offset ('y') to the color coordinates.
* Do not adjust green offset data.

Picture 4-2 Toshiba ABL Pattern

Low light
Measurement point

d) Adjust the high light. (Refer to table 1, 2 in adjustment position by mode)


- Adjust red gain ('x') and blue gain ('y') to the color coordinates.
* Do not adjust the green gain and sub-contrast (Y) data.

Picture 4-3 Toshiba ABL Pattern

High light
Measurement point

LW22N23N 4-11
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-3-3 Option Table

* The default settings are most recommended for Option Data. Each data may be adjusted.

4-3-4 PW565
* Below figures are for contrast adjustment of PW565 (IC565). Do not change the data.

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4-3-5 VPC 3230-MAIN


* Data may be adjusted.

4-3-6 ADC
*Adjust the R(Pr), G(Y), B(Pb) gain and offset to the basic level of DTV and PC Input signals.

LW22N23N 4-13
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-3-7 DNIe
* Control the specify item that a output signals of scalar (PW565).
* This data can be changed without notice.

4-3-8 MDIN-150
* Control the specify item that a output signals (RF, CVBS, S-VHS Modes) of MDIN-150 (IC405).
* This data can be changed without notice.

4-3-9 Test Pattern


* Use below test patters to demonstrate the image display of PW565 (IC565).
1) Luma Ramp (16 step)
2) Luma Ramp (128 Step)
3) White 16
4) White 240
5) Color Bar
6) RGB Ramp (32 Step)

4-3-10 Check sum


* XXXX : Displays the current check sum size of the MICOM.
(Varies depending on program update)

4-3-11 Reset
* Initializes the data in the MICOM. (Set to default value)
Use ‘Reset’ to restore adjustmints made in Factory Mode to the original settings.

4-3-12 T_VIC22NUS_0166 11/27/2003 20:10:51


* Displays the MICOM program version

4-14 LW22N23N
4 Alignments and Adjustments

4-4 How to use SW(FlashupgradNT) for LTP227W Set program update


1. Store program practice file in new folder.
2. Connect Set and Jig Cable to execute Program Update.
(Refer to the Picture 4-4 attachment)
3. After completing the JIG Cable connection, store Update practice program (hex file 3EA) in new folder.
(guiR, romcode, factoryGui).
4. Click FlashupgradNT.exe icon 2 times and execute it.
(Upgrader OSD screen is marked)

Picture 4-4

5. Select OFull.inf in Flash.


(flaher, romcode, guir, factorygui items look in Files To)

Picture 4-5

LW22N23N 4-15
4 Alignments and Adjustments

6. Click the “Flash” that is under right of OSD screen.


(if warning message comes out, Click the “Yes”(Y).)

Picture 4-6
7. After acting No.6, extract Set’s Power Cable and connect it again.
8. During acting No.7, program Update sledding is marked sequentially on OSD screen.
9. After Program Update completion, act NO.7 again.
10. Program Update is completed.

4 2

Picture 4-7
<Attachment Picture 4-7 : JIG Cable Connection Explain>
1. Connect with PC Pattern Generator’s output.
(Connect only when you want to see PC screen.)
2. Connect with JIG Output (15 pins) and PC Input (PC/DVI 24 pins) terminal.
3. Connect with COM Port1 of PC (9 Pins).
4. Connect 14V 4.5A Adaptor Cable.

4-16 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

5-1 No Power

LAMP off, power indicator No Check a connection a power cable.


LED red color? (BH39-10339X)

Yes

Does proper DC 14V No


Change a adaptor. (BN44-00109A)
appear at C605, C682, C686?

Yes

Does proper DC A3.3V, No Check a IC611,IC612,IC605.


A5V, A1.8V, D1.8V appear at Change a main PCB ass'y.
C684, C687,C645,C643? (BN94-00496X)

Yes

Does proper DC 5V, 3.3V, No Check a IC902, IC601, IC603, IC604,


2.5V, 9V, DNI1.8V appear at IC606, IC607. Change a main PCB
C609, C625, C635, C652, C654? ass'y. (BN94-00496X)

Yes

Does proper DC 33V, SNI_3.3V,


Check a IC602, FT403, FT406, FT407,
+3.3V_MD, +2.5V_MD1, No FT408, IC608, IC609, FT404.
+2.5V_MD2, 8V, 8V_3D , SNI_1.8V
Change a main PCB ass'y.
appear at C613, C437, C463, C477,
(BN94-00496X)
C484, C664, C666, C453?

Yes

Check a other function.


No (No picture part)
A power is supplied to set?
Replace a lcd panel.
(BN07-00125A, BN07-00114A)

LW22N23N 5-1
5 Troubleshooting

5-2 No Video (Analog PC Signal)

Power Indicator is off.


Lamp on, no video.

Yes

Check a PC source and check No Input a analog PC signal and


the connection of DVI cable? connected cable. (BN39-00310A)

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Check IC101, PC cable. Change a PC


1
#15, 19, 21 (R, G, B) of IC102 cable. Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC101 and IC107.


2 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA101~RA104, RA106, RA107 ? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC565, IC506.


3 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA555~RA559, RA561? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

No Check a IC403.
Does the digital data appear at
4 Change a main PCB ass'y
output of RA402~RA407?
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC503.


5
output of FT501~FT503, FT505? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Check a LVDS cable? No


Replace a lcd panel? Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD.
(BN07-00114A, BN07-00125A)

5-2 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
1 R,G,B Output Signal (#15,19,21) Of IC102 2 R,G,B Output Signal Of IC101

3 Output Digital Signal of IC565 4 Output Digital Signal of IC403

5 Digital Output Data of IC503

LW22N23N 5-3
5 Troubleshooting

5-3 No Video (Digital PC Signal)

Power Indicator is off.


Lamp on, no video.

Yes

Check a PC source and check No Input a digital PC signal and


the connectionn of DVI cable? connected cable. (BN39-00126A)

Yes

Does the digital data appear No


6
at FT302 ~FT305 (Data, Clk +/-)? Check a DVI cable . (BN39-00126A)

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC301 and IC105.


7 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA308~RA311, RA313, RA314 ? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC565, IC506.


3 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA555~RA559, RA561? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

No Check a IC403.
Does the digital data appear at
4 Change a main PCB ass'y
output of RA402~RA407?
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC503.


5
output of FT501~FT503, FT505 ? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Check a LVDS cable? No


Replacea lcd panel? Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD.
(BN07-00114A, BN07-00125A)

5-4 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC565 4 Output Digital Signal of IC403

5 Digital Output Data of IC503 6 Signal of DVI_RX 0~2 (Data)

6-1 Signal of DVI_RXC (CLK) 7 Digital Output Signal Of IC301

LW22N23N 5-5
5 Troubleshooting

5-4 No Picture (Tuner_CVBS)

Power Indicator is off. No Connect the RF cable and


Lamp on, no picure. check RF signal. (AA39-00039A)

Yes

Dose the signal No Check a B+ voltage (#9, #7 of Tuner) :


8
appear at #1 of IC202? 33V, 5V change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Check a IC202.


9 Change a main PCB ass'y
#72 (Y), #71 (C) of IC201?
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC201.


10 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA201, 202 (Y), RA203, 204 (C)? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC405 and IC406.


11 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA408, 409 (Y), RA416, 417(C)? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC565, IC506.


3 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA555~RA559, RA561? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC403.


4
output of RA402~RA407? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC503.


5
output of FT501~FT503, FT505 ? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Check a LVDS cable? No


Replacea lcd panel? Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD.
(BN07-00114A, BN07-00125A)

5-6 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC565 4 Output Digital Signal of IC403

5 Digital Output Data of IC503 8 Tuner_CVBS Output Signal

LW22N23N 5-7
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
9 Analog Signal (Y,C) to IC201 10 3230 Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data

11 Digital Output Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data Of IC405

5-8 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

5-5 No Picture (Video_CVBS)

Power Indicator is off. No Check a A/V cable and video signal.


Lamp on, no picure. (BN39-00057A)

Yes

Dose the signal No Check a connection harness.


8
appear at #6 of IC202? Change a A/V input jack ass'y
(BN96-00894A).

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Check a IC202.


9 Change a main PCB ass'y
#72 (Y), #71 (C) of IC201?
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC201 and IC902.


10 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA201, 202 (Y), RA203, 204 (C)? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC405 and IC406.


11 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA408, 409 (Y), RA416, 417(C)? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC565, IC506.


3 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA555~RA559, RA561? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC403.


4
output of RA402~RA407? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC503.


5
output of FT501~FT503, FT505 ? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Check a LVDS cable? No


Replacea lcd panel? Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD.
(BN07-00114A, BN07-00125A)

LW22N23N 5-9
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC565 4 Output Digital Signal of IC403

5 Digital Output Data of IC503 8 Tuner_CVBS Output Signal

5-10 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
9 Analog Signal (Y,C) to IC201 10 3230 Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data

11 Digital Output Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data Of IC405

LW22N23N 5-11
5 Troubleshooting

5-6 No Picture (S-VIDEO_Y,C)


No Connect the s-video cable.
Power Indicator is off.
Operating a video player.
Lamp on, no picure.
(BN39-00060A)
Yes

Dose the signal appear at No Check a connection harness.


9
#8 (Y), #10 (C) of IC202? Change a A/V input jack ass'y
(BN96-00894A).

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Check a IC202.


12 Change a main PCB ass'y
C335 (Y), C336 (C)?
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Check a IC201.


9
#72 (Y), #71 (C) of IC201? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC201 and IC902.


10 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA201, 202 (Y), RA203, 204 (C)? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC405 and IC406.


11 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA408, 409 (Y), RA416, 417 (C)? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data No Check a IC565, IC506.


3 appear at output of Change a main PCB ass'y
RA555~RA559, RA561? (BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC403.


4
Output of RA402~RA407? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Check a IC503.


5
Output of FT501~FT503, FT505? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Check a LVDS cable? No


Replacea lcd panel? Please, Call to Samsung Co. LTD.
(BN07-00114A, BN07-00125A)

5-12 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
3 Output Digital Signal of IC565 4 Output Digital Signal of IC403

5 Digital Output Data of IC503 9 Analog Signal (Y,C) to IC201

LW22N23N 5-13
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
10 3230 Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data 11 Digital Output Y,C_OUT (0:7) Data Of IC405

12 SVHS_Y,C Input Signal to IC202

5-14 LW22N23N
5 Troubleshooting

5-7 No Sound
No Connect a sound cable.
Picture is display, no sound. (BN39-00148A,BN39-00448A)
control a volume.

Yes

Does the signal appear at


Pin 67 (Tuner Sound signal) and
Check a connection harness and
Pin 47,48 (PC Sound) and No headphone jack.
15 Pin 53, 54 (COMP1_L, R Sound) and
Change a A/V input jack ass'y
Pin 56, 57 (COMP2_L, R Sound) and
(BN96-00894A).
Pin 50, 51 (VCR) of IC703
(MSP3420G)?

Yes

Check the DC +8V, +9V, +5V No Check a IC601, IC606 and IC607.
16
of IC703, IC701? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Check a IC701.


17
L701 ~L704 ? Change a main PCB ass'y
(BN94-00496X).

Yes

Replace the speaker ass'y?


(BN96-00714A(L), BN96-00716(R))

LW22N23N 5-15
5 Troubleshooting

WAVEFORMS
15 The Signal are Inputed to IC703 16 DC +8V

17 Output WaveForm

5-16 LW22N23N
6 Exploded View and Parts List
❈ You can search for updated part codes through ITSELF web site.
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/

LW22N23N 6-1
6 Exploded View & Parts List

Memo

6-2 LW22N23N
7 Parts List
❈ You can search for updated part codes through ITSELF web site.
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/
7-1 Part Lists
Description Code No.

ASSY PCB MAIN BN94 - 00496X

ASSY COVER FRONT BN90 - 00620A

ASSY COVER REAR BN90 - 00540A

LCD-PANEL BN07 - 00125A

ASSY CHASSIS BN91 - 00722C

ASSY SHIELD BN91 - 00763A

ASSY BOARD P-AV/JACK BN96 - 00894A

ASSY BOX BN92 - 00888A

ASSY LABEL BN92 - 00889A

REMOCON BN59 - 00394B

ASSY ACCESSORY BN92 - 00702H

<OPTION PART LIST>

IF Cable : AA39-00039A

A/V Cable : BN39-00057A

S-Video Cable : BN39-00060A

COMPONENT Cable : BN39-00279A

SOUND Cable(R, L) : BN39-00148A

PC DVI(D) Cable : BN39-00126A

PC DVI(A) Cable : BN39-00310A

DVI AUDIO Cable : BN81-00120A

STEREO Cable : BN39-00448A

LW22N23N 7-1
7 Parts List

Memo

7-2 LW22N23N
8 Block Diagram
❈ This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.

LW22N23N 8-1
8 Block Diagrams

Memo

8-2 LW22N23N
10 PCB Layout
10-1 Main PCB Layout

LW22N23N 10-1
10 PCB Layout

Loc. No. Description X Y Loc. No. Description X Y Loc. No. Description X Y Loc. No. Description X Y Loc. No. Description X Y
DIODE D812 DIODE-ZENER 109.7 20.3 D864 DIODE-ZENER 25.0 19.7 IC405 IC-VIDEO PROCESS 113.2 93.3 IC918 IC-VOL. DETECTOR 225.3 67.4
D101 DIODE-ARRAY 91.2 66.9 D813 DIODE-ZENER 57.7 36.1 D865 DIODE-ZENER 29.1 15.0 IC406 IC-DRAM 97.1 97.0 IC1501 IC-TTL 168.5 184.3
D102 DIODE-SWITCHING 54.9 52.5 D814 DIODE-ZENER 57.7 36.3 D866 DIODE-ZENER 37.6 19.7 IC501 IC-DRAM 89.4 155.8 IC1502 IC-CMOS LOGIC 180.5 174.0
D103 DIODE-SWITCHING 59.5 52.5 D815 DIODE-ZENER 235.1 179.3 D867 DIODE-SWITCHING 7.0 14.6 IC502 IC-DRAM 65.1 155.8 IC1503 IC-TTL 196.9 185.7
D104 DIODE-SWITCHING 64.5 52.6 D816 DIODE-ZENER 236.1 157.6 D868 DIODE-SWITCHING 7.0 19.0 IC503 IC-TRANSMITTER 69.7 173.6 IC1504 IC-SRAM 179.3 184.8
D300 DIODE-ZENER 25.1 31.7 D817 DIODE-ZENER 230.6 174.5 D869 DIODE-SWITCHING 11.5 14.5 IC504 IC-VOL. DETECTOR 56.3 92.2 IC1505 IC-TTL 180.0 184.1
D301 DIODE-SWITCHING 33.2 33.8 D821 DIODE-ZENER 101.1 40.1 D871 DIODE-SWITCHING 11.5 18.9 IC505 IC-CMOS LOGIC 71.0 92.5 IC1506 IC-CMOS LOGIC 172.1 173.9
D501 DIODE-ZENER 76.9 86.1 D822 DIODE-ZENER 108.8 33.6 D872 DIODE-SWITCHING 16.2 14.5 IC506 IC-FLASH MEMORY 40.4 113.5 IC1507 IC-TTL 196.8 183.3
D502 DIODE-SWITCHING 62.9 90.3 D823 DIODE-ZENER 92.9 37.6 D873 DIODE-SWITCHING 16.2 19.0 IC507 IC-EEPROM 102.6 141.7 IC1508 IC-TTL 199.6 174.0
D504 DIODE-ZENER 29.3 124.7 D824 DIODE-ZENER 88.6 37.6 D874 DIODE-SWITCHING 20.7 14.5 IC508 FET-SILICON 51.0 177.2 IC1509 IC-TTL 190.0 173.9
D510 DIODE-SWITCHING 134.7 188.4 D825 DIODE-ZENER 92.9 35.1 D875 DIODE-SWITCHING 20.7 19.0 IC509 IC-VOL. DETECTOR 61.3 97.8
D511 DIODE-SWITCHING 142.7 188.7 D826 DIODE-ZENER 88.6 35.1 D876 DIODE-SWITCHING 44.7 14.9 IC510 IC-MODULATOR 79.8 99.1 TRANSISTOR
D601 DIODE-RECTIFIER 15.2 68.5 D827 DIODE-ZENER 108.6 33.4 D877 DIODE-SWITCHING 40.5 14.9 IC565 IC-LCD CONTROLLER 72.3 122.0
D602 DIODE-RECTIFIER 31.8 185.7 D828 DIODE-ZENER 100.7 34.9 D878 DIODE-SWITCHING 34.8 15.0 IC601 IC-SWITCH VOL. REG. 32.1 186.8 Q101 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 78.6 65.7
D603 DIODE-RECTIFIER 22.8 162.3 D836 DIODE-ZENER 123.9 7.0 D881 DIODE-ZENER 79.1 36.6 IC602 IC-SWITCH REG. 14.5 68.1 Q102 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 85.1 81.7
D604 DIODE-RECTIFIER 13.1 86.1 D837 DIODE-ZENER 123.7 13.1 D882 DIODE-ZENER 42.3 25.6 IC603 IC-SWITCH VOL. REG. 22.2 162.4 Q103 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 89.1 71.8
D605 DIODE-RECTIFIER 14.2 155.5 D838 DIODE-ZENER 119.4 6.8 D883 DIODE-ZENER 69.8 36.6 IC604 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER 12.8 86.3 Q177 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 116.1 23.4
D606 DIODE-RECTIFIER 19.0 112.4 D839 DIODE-ZENER 125.8 18.0 D884 DIODE-ZENER 34.3 60.2 IC605 IC-SWITCH VOL. REG. 12.3 153.0 Q178 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 115.5 31.2
D607 DIODE-SCHOTTKY 13.8 131.9 D841 DIODE-ZENER 152.1 24.1 D901 DIODE-SWITCHING 200.7 62.6 IC606 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER 19.9 98.6 Q324 FET-SILICON 25.3 26.3
D608 DIODE-SCHOTTKY 12.7 121.6 D842 DIODE-ZENER 147.7 24.1 D906 DIODE-ZENER 171.1 129.7 IC607 FET-SILICON 162.7 172.7 Q325 FET-SILICON 21.0 26.3
D611 DIODE-ARRAY 16.3 189.9 D843 DIODE-ZENER 152.1 24.1 D907 DIODE-ZENER 171.1 126.1 IC608 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 159.7 157.2 Q502 FET-SILICON 91.1 145.3
D701 DIODE-ZENER 217.7 188.7 D844 DIODE-ZENER 147.7 24.1 IC611 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER 13.2 133.2 Q503 FET-SILICON 96.0 145.3
D702 DIODE-SWITCHING 217.8 184.1 D845 DIODE-ZENER 229.0 131.9 IC IC612 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER 10.5 121.8 Q504 FET-SILICON 70.5 81.2
D703 DIODE-ZENER 215.7 177.0 D846 DIODE-ZENER 228.7 132.1 IC101 IC-A/D CONVERTER 53.9 72.9 IC613 IC-OP AMP 175.2 152.7 Q505 FET-SILICON 64.6 81.3
D704 DIODE-ZENER 222.8 177.2 D847 DIODE-ZENER 228.7 136.7 IC104 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 77.0 65.2 IC614 IC-OP AMP 175.2 146.2 Q506 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 46.0 170.9
D705 DIODE-ZENER 163.2 141.4 D848 DIODE-ZENER 228.9 136.6 IC107 IC-CMOS LOGIC 33.7 40.4 IC616 IC-OP AMP 192.9 141.6 Q601 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 21.0 98.4
D706 DIODE-ZENER 215.4 166.2 D849 DIODE-SWITCHING 231.2 148.4 IC108 IC-EEPROM 97.1 70.2 IC617 IC-OP AMP 193.0 135.2 Q602 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 166.3 161.6
D707 DIODE-ZENER 218.0 160.5 D851 DIODE-ZENER 229.3 141.6 IC109 IC-EEPROM 87.0 74.2 IC618 IC-OP AMP 193.0 128.8 Q603 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 162.1 161.5
D708 DIODE-ARRAY 53.0 183.9 D852 DIODE-ZENER 224.8 150.9 IC111 IC-ANALOG SWITCH 77.1 72.9 IC701 IC-AUDIO AMP 200.4 106.6 Q701 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 231.9 187.1
D709 DIODE-ZENER 49.6 189.5 D853 DIODE-ZENER 225.0 141.5 IC112 IC-ANALOG SWITCH 83.6 83.0 IC702 IC-AUDIO AMP 224.5 185.0 Q702 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 206.8 96.8
D801 DIODE-ZENER 115.1 7.1 D854 DIODE-ZENER 224.8 145.3 IC201 IC-VIDEO PROCESS 131.7 60.5 IC703 IC-SOUND PROCESSOR 192.5 157.0 Q703 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 193.9 96.0
D802 DIODE-ZENER 109.6 26.8 D855 DIODE-ZENER 220.3 136.5 IC202 IC-VIDEO SWITCH 128.8 28.3 IC902 IC MICOM 178.2 75.2 Q704 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 52.6 188.4
D803 DIODE-ZENER 114.6 15.4 D856 DIODE-ZENER 220.3 131.6 IC203 IC-ANALOG SWITCH 99.7 54.8 IC903 IC MICOM 202.3 75.2 Q705 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 50.0 178.4
D804 DIODE-ZENER 109.6 17.2 D857 DIODE-ZENER 220.4 126.7 IC204 IC-VIDEO SWITCH 80.8 54.2 IC904 IC-VOL. DETECTOR 208.7 64.5 Q801 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 232.9 123.7
D805 DIODE-ZENER 47.8 20.1 D858 DIODE-ZENER 230.6 163.4 IC301 IC-RECEIVER 12.9 39.2 IC907 IC-DECODER 166.4 122.3 Q802 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 228.9 123.7
D806 DIODE-ZENER 47.8 15.3 D859 DIODE-ZENER 230.2 179.2 IC302 IC-VOL. DETECTOR 32.1 33.7 IC909 IC-SRAM 158.9 73.2 Q803 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 226.9 119.8
D808 DIODE-ZENER 110.4 7.0 D861 DIODE-ZENER 29.4 19.7 IC401 IC-DRAM 147.6 168.4 IC911 IC-EPROM 163.6 95.5 Q901 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 180.6 121.5
D809 DIODE-ZENER 110.0 26.6 D862 DIODE-ZENER 25.0 15.0 IC402 IC-DRAM 147.9 144.6 IC915 IC-EEPROM 146.7 119.9 Q903 TR-SMALL SIGNAL 166.0 125.5
D811 DIODE-ZENER 110.0 13.6 D863 DIODE-ZENER 33.4 19.7 IC403 IC-DISPLAY DRIVER 132.2 155.9 IC917 IC-VIDEO SWITCH 52.2 56.6

10-2 LW22N23N
LW22N23N
NC

14V
14V
14V
RX2- 5V

GND
GND
GND
RX2+ Rx0-
GND Rx0+

ADJ_BRIGHT

CN809
SW_INVERTER
NC GND
9 Wiring Diagram

NC NC
PC_DDC_SCL NC
PC_DDC_SDA GND
VSYNC_PC RxC+

CN601
Rx1- RxC-
Rx1+ PC_BLUE
GND GND
NC HSYNC_PC
NC PC_GREEN
PC_5V GND
IDENT_PC PC_RED

ADJ_GAMMA
GND
SC1 RED OUT SC2 RED OUT TXOUT0-
CN505

SC1 RED IN SC2 RED IN TXOUT0+


SC1 LEFT OUT SC2 LEFT OUT GND
GND GND TXOUT1-
GND GND TXOUT1+
SC1 LEFT IN SC2 LEFT IN GND
TXOUT2-
SC1 BLUE N/C
TXOUT2+
SC1 SWIT CHING SC2 SWIT CHING
GND GND GND
N/C N/C TXCLKOUT-
SC1 GREEN N/C TXCLKOUT+
N/C N/C GND
TXCLKOUT3-
GND GND
CN801

TXCLKOUT3+
GND GND
GND
SC1 RED N/C
GND
GND N/C
5V
SC1 FAST BLANKING GND 5V
GND GND
SC1 CVBS OUT SC2 CVBS OUT
SC1 CVBS IN SC2 CVBS IN
GND GND

TUNER
CN808
CN803
CN804

CN702
CN701
CN806
S_VHS_C

VIDEO_R
VIDEO_L
GND
PC_AUDIO_R

GND
PC_AUDIO_L

VIDEO_CVBS
S_VHS_Y
GND
HP_R
HP_L
GND
IDENT_HP
GND

GND
GND

SPKOUT L-
SPKOUT L+
SPKOUT R-
NC
SPKOUT R+
IR
A3.3V
NC
LED_RED
LED_GRN
SOURCE_OUT
CH-_OUT
CH+_OUT
POWER_KEY
KEY1

9-1
9 Wiring Diagrams

Memo

9-2 LW22N23N
11 Schematic Diagrams

❈ This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.

11-5 SOUND PROCESSOR, SOUND AMP, POWER Schematic Diagram


14V

SW_POWER_1
TP601
SUPLVAL

1 5V
33V
TP623 C601 TP602 TP628

2
SUPLVAL SUPLVAL TP603
9 10nF L602

B
SUPLVAL
1 1 1
BD601 $V,$P

17
8 C602 C603 C604 1 CN701
BLM41P600S 22uH L601 slcon5p
470uF 100nF 100nF C605 IC601
L603
N
7 25V 100uF $V MP1583DN R601 IC602 N TP629
R602

1
$V 25V 1 8 ON : HIGH 12K MIC3172 D601 27K
BS SS SUPLVAL $V

2
6 $V 2 7 OFF : LOW 1 SGND 8 SS24 1/16W
IN EN $V PGND1
C606 C607 3 6 2 COMP 7 1
SW COMP V_SW
5 100uF 100nF 4 5 3 FB 6
GND FB R603 - +
D611 25V 25V 4 PGND2 5 1
4 $V SYNC
V_IN
3.9K R
KDS184 MO C609 C608 R604 1/16W
3A 82uF 100nF 1K $V TP701

1
2
2
TP702
TP604 1
16V 1/16W

3
3 L604 $V 1
L708
2

1
SW_INVERTER

R605
100K
2 C611 C612 INSTPAR
B

1A

D602 R606
2

A 1uF 100UF

4
3
ADJ_BRIGHT SS24 1.3K
1 R607
B

R742 C615 C613 C614 1/16W


L605 3.9K 47uF 47uF
slcon9p TP605 1K 180pF C776
1

CN601 1/16W
C617
$V 9V 470nF

C616 3.3nF $V
C618 C619
100nF R_IN C701
100nF 10uF $V
L_IN

R9702
SOUND_AMP

3.6K
R9703

1
1K $V C704
C703
82
150nF 150nF 9V
R9704 C9708 C9709 C9714 C9715 C9720 C9721
SW_POWER_1 16 L701 L702

2
330 22nF 22nF 22nF 22nF 22nF 22nF

C9702
220nF
C9701 1/16W 50V 50V 50V 50V C9726
SUPLVAL

220nF 100pF R753


3.3V 50V SOUND_AMP
C774
TP607 TP631 R_IN OPTION (Delete) R702 100nF 100K
TP606

R9713 R9719 R9725


1

C621 120K
1

SUPLVAL SUPLVAL
10nF L606 1K 1K 1K C705
A

BD603 $V 1 1 9V R9701 C9710 C9716 C9722 10nF


C702
100nF
C706
10nF
Q703
56K 22nF R9714 22nF R9720 22nF R9726 C 2SC2412K-Q TP713
BLM41P600S R9731 R752
IC603 22uH 330 50V 330 50V 330 1
$V
MP1583DN R609 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1K 10K Q702 E
R9211
B
3002_MUTE
1 8 6.2K FT610 1/16W KSA1182 R750
BS SS ON : HIGH 0 R703 E
2
IN EN 7 $V 1
A B
2 3002_MUTE B
3 6
OFF : LOW 0
C622 C623 SW COMP C C
100uF 100nF 4 5 3 R9708 R9717 R9723 R9729

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8
GND FB SOUND_AMP

48
PVCCR_4 47
PVCCR_3 46
ROUTN_2 45

44
PGNDR_2 43
PGNDR_1 42
ROUTP_2 41
ROUTP_1 40

39
PVCCR_1 38

37
R9710

B_OUT

B_OUT

B_OUT
1K 1K

B_OUT

B_OUT
25V 25V

V
56K 1K

B_IN_

B_IN_

B_IN_
B_IN
B_IN_

B_IN_

B_IN

B_IN
B_IN

B_IN
$V

V
11K

V
MO C625 C624

ROUTN_1

PVCCR_2

BSRP_2
BSRN_2
3A SOUND_AMP C714 1uF
120uF 100nF C708 C707

NJM4580E

NJM4580E

NJM4580E

NJM4580E

NJM4580E
6.3V 16V C9704 C9703 100 100
C709 1uF 1uF 1 36
R704 0 9V

A_OUT

A_OUT

A_OUT

A_OUT

A_OUT
A_IN_

A_IN_

A_IN_

A_IN_

A_IN_
$V R9735 R9736 SDZ VCLAMPR

IC613

IC614

IC616

IC617

IC618
1uF

A_IN

A_IN

A_IN

A_IN

A_IN
MO 100uF 100nF R9709 R9718 R9724 R9730 2 MODE_OUT 35

R612
R9734 RINN

V_

V_
V_
100K

V_

V_
25V 56K 1K 1K 100 3 34
D603 1K RINP MODE
R9711 4 33 C716
SS24

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1
11K V2P5 IC701 AVCC
R611 100 5 32 100nF 10uF
C627 C9705 LINP TPA3002D2PHP VAROUTR
3.3K C711 6 31 C715 16.000
180pF 100uF U17 U18 LINN VAROUTL
R9733 R760 1uF C710 1uF 7
$V 16V 62Kohm 62Kohm AVDDREF AGND_2 30
C628 62Kohm R761 R762 0 8 29 C717 220pF
VREF AVDD
3.3nF R9716 R9722 R9727 R9732 62Kohm R76347K 9 28 100uF C718
1K COSC
C9713 330 C9719 330 C9725 330 R76447K 10 VARDIFF 27

C9707
220nF
VARMAX ROSC
C9706 22nF 1/16W 22nF 1/16W 22nF 1/16W R76512K 11 26
VOL AGND_1 120K
220nF 50V 50V 50V 12 VCLAMPL 25

18 PGNDL_1
19 PGNDL_2
14 PVCCL_1
15 PVCCL_2
16 LOUTP_1
17 LOUTP_2

20 LOUTP_3
21 LOUTP_4
22 PVCCL_3
23 PVCCL_4
R9715 R9728 REFGND R705

13 BSLN_1

24 BSLP_1
R9721
SW_POWER_1 L_IN 1K 1K 1K R767 R768 R706
C9727 SOUND_AMP
0 0 C719
R9705 100pF 27K
SUPLVAL

R9712 330 C9712 C9718 C9724 50V 1uF SOUND_AMP


C9711 C9717 C9723

R9707
2.5V 56K 14V

3.6K
TP609 TP632 1/16W 22nF 22nF 22nF 22nF 22nF 22nF
R9706
TP611

C629 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V R707


1

SUPLVAL SUPLVAL 1K R769


10nF L607 0 R708 0
A

$V 1 1
BD605 0
R772
BLM41P600S IC604
$V MP1410ES
22uH
R613
JBL OPTION D709 10K
D708
KDS184
SOUND_AMP
C720 C722 C723 C721
10nF
RLZJ9.1B TE12 C R771 10nF 100nF 100nF
1 8 ON : HIGH 2K

2
BS N_C $V 100
2 7 OFF : LOW

3
$V B
IN EN C 1/8W
C631 C632 3 6

1
SW COMP R773 4.7K B
100uF 100nF 4 5 L704
GND FB E Q704 $V
25V 25V 2SC2412K-Q L703
9V $V

1
$V MO C635 C633 E R775
2A R774
120uF 100nF C724 C725
10K 10K
6.3V 16V Q705 R776 150nF 150nF
2SC2412K-Q

2
$V MO 10K
R615
100K

D604 1/16W
SS24
R614

17
C636
180pF 1.5K
SW_POWER
C637
3.3nF
$V
OPTION 16 C726
10uF C775
470nF
SOUND_AMP
5V 8V

U12
1
3
4
L709

SOUND_AMP
INSTPAR
R711

1 1
18K

2
A1.8V D1.8V

1
Q701 TP704 TP703
TP633 TP634 TP612 KSC1623-Y 1/16W
C $V
1

C638 SUPLVAL SUPLVAL SUPLVAL


10nF L608 B
A

$V
1 1 1 D701
1

2
BD607 $V 3
Thick Pattern

4
1

3
1
E QZX363C5V6 D702
A

BLM41P600S 22uH B TP635

C1

NC
IC605

C2
4
6

5
NC : ON BD609 SUPLVAL MMBD4148SE
$V MP1583DN TP622 R616 1 2
1
BS SS
8 ON : HIGH
OFF : LOW R638 0
1
4.3K BLM41P600S SW_7050 CN702
slcon4p
2 7 $V 1
TP705 C727
IN EN $V SUPLVAL
C639 C641 3
SW COMP
6 SUPLVAL 100uF C728 C729
TP706

C4
100uF 100nF 4 5 100uF 100pF

C3
1

3
A
GND FB 16V
$V
25V 25V C645 C642 C643 C693 R_IN 1 IC702 16V
MO 3A 120uF 100nF 100uF 100nF

$V
6.3V 16V
MO
16V
C791 L_IN TDA7050T/N3 C734
10uF 100uF R712
R617

R791 100 1/16W 47ohm TP707


100K

D605 HP_R $V 1

SS24
SC2_R_OUT
R792 100 1/16W TP708
HP_R
C646 R618 $V
1

180pF 9.1K SC2_L_OUT HP_L


C792 C730 HP_L R713
$V C735

C
C647 10uF 100nF R717 R716 47ohm

3
C793 C731 4.7ohm 4.7ohm 100uF
3.3nF

B
8

5
10uF 47uF

E
F

GND
Vcc

2
R793 100 1/16W R714 R715
C732 C733

A
1

1
SC1_R_OUT D703 D704 330nF 330nF 1K 1K
R794 100 1/16W
RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2
SC1_L_OUT
C794

D
9V 10uF

4
R619
22K 8V L705
16 R718
10K
3.3UH
TP624 R621 R719
IC606 3.6K
AP1501-K5A C742 10K
1
1

1/16W 100uF R724 R725 R720 R721


6 4.7K
A

4.7K 20K 20K


GND2 4 C743 1/16W
BD611 TP625 TP636 1/16W
FB
C651 VIN L609 D705 1.5nF C736
BLM41P600S 1 OUTPUT 2 1
SUPLVAL
100uF $V
A3.3V $V 25V SD GND1
BZT52-C15 C744 1nF C738 C739
1

22uH R622 470pF 1uF 1uF


C648 C649 5 3 C652
10nF 100nF 82 4.7K C737
D606 C745
SS24 16 10uF 1nF
R722 R723
100 100
C746
A1.8V TP615 TP637 DNI1.8V 10uF
ON : LOW SUPLVAL SUPLVAL $V
OFF : HIGH

40

39

38

37

36

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

28

27

26

25
1 1
TP616 C740
BD612 IC607

SC1_OUT_R

SC2_OUT_R
SUPLVAL 4.7nF

SC1_OUT_L

SC2_OUT_L

DACM_SUB

DACM_R
AHVSUP

DACM_L
CAPL_M

DACA_L
CAPL_A
R623

VREF1

VREF2
NC_9

NC_8

NC_7
BLM41P600S SI9933ADY-T1 C653 C654
10K 1
1

1 S1 D1 8 100nF 10uF

41
R624 C656 2 D1_1 7 16V 16V
A

G1 NC_10

24
1K 100uF R625 C658 3 6 MO $V
S2 D2 DACA_R

42
25V C657 82K 1uF 4 G2 5
$V NC_11

23
100nF 50V R626 D2_1 C741
NC_6

15

43
TP627 10K 4.7nF
AHVSS_1

22
SUPLVAL SW_POWER_1 C659 C747 NC_5

44
C R627 1uF 100nF AHVSS_2

21
1 B 100K 16VMO
SW_POWER RESETQ
RESET_AUDIO

45
R628 8V AGNDC R729

20
IC608
10K E Q601 R629 TP626 TP638
C748
4.7uF IC703 NC_4 100

46
$V BA178M08FP
2SC2412K-Q C 1 IN 25V NC_12
OUT 3

19
ON : HIGH 10K R631 1 1 C772 C773
1/16W 1K NC_3 10uF

47
OFF : LOW B Q602 0 R741 C749 4.7uF
GND
PC_AUDIO_L SC4_IN_L
100nF

18
2SC2412K-Q C695 16V 16VMO
2 C663 C664 R740 1K
MSP3410G-QA-C12 NC_2

48
E 100nF 100uF 100nF C750 4.7uF
PC_AUDIO_R SC4_IN_R 5V

17
12S_DA_IN2

49
C
ASG_1

16
B Q603
DVSS_3 R728
R739

50
2SC2412K-Q
VIDEO_L 1K C751 4.7uF
R632 SC3_IN_L 4.7K
16

15
E DVSS_2 L706
VIDEO_R R738

51
10K 1K C752 4.7uF
SC3_IN_R 3.3UH

14
DVSS_1

52
ASG_2

13
R737 C753 4.7uF DVSUP_3

53
1K
SC2_L_IN SC2_IN_L

3
12

C
R736 DVSUP_2
1K C754 4.7uF 54

B
SC2_R_IN SC2_IN_R
D706

11
DVSUP_1 RLZ8.2

2
55

IC611

A
C769

1
MC34063ACD ASG_3 C770

10
ADR_CL 100nF
14V R735 1K C755 4.7uF 10uF
56

OPTION
R639
8 1 A3.3V SC1_L_IN SC1_IN_L

9
0.33 A D607 ADR_WS
H R734 C756 4.7uF R795
57

1K
1W
7 2
MBRM130LT3 TP619 SC1_R_IN SC1_IN_R
0

8
B ADR_DA
G 1
58
1

L611 VREFTOP TP919 R9246 10


6 3

7
C682 100uH 12S_DA_IN1
F C TP641
S_DATA_OUT
59

C681
100uF C757 C758 NC_13 R9245 10
C683 4 0.12nF TP918 1
1

6
25V $V 12S_DA_OUT
100nF E D 10uF 100nF
S_DATA_IN
15
60

MONO_IN
C684 C696

5
$V 12S_WS
TP917
61

120uF 100nF
AVSS_1
1
R9244 10
6.3V

4
R633 12S_CL
S_CLK
62

R634 $V TP711
2K AVSS_2
1
R731 10

3
1.2K 12C_DA
1/16W SDA3
63

1/16W NC_14 R732 10

2
AUD_CL_OUT
12C_CL

D_CTR_IO_1

D_CTR_IO_0
SCL3
64

STANDBYQ
NC_15 $V
XTAL_OUT

ADR_SEL
AVSUP_2

ANA_IN_

ANA_IN2

XTAL_IN

1
AVSUP_1

TESTEN

NC_1
ANA_IN

TP712

NC_16

NC_17
IC612 R730
TP

MC34063ACD 1K
14V
65

66

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

78

79

80
R635
8
1 A5V
0.33 H A
1W
7
2 SIF X701 18.432MHz
G B TP642 C765
C762
L612 C759 0.056nF
1

3 2
6
5V 470pF 50V
1

F C 100uH TP621 0.056nF R9243 R733


C685 C763 MO C766 C767 C768
50V 0.056nF 100 100
1

C686 5 4 0.12nF 3pF 3pF


1.5nF
100uF E D
C687 C697 SIF MO 50V 1/16W 1/16W BD701
C764 MO

A
25V $V 82uF 100nF 22uF
$V
$V 16V

1
L707 OPTION
R636 BD702
R9196 3.3UH $V

A
1.2K 3.6K $V HC-49/SM5H_18R432
$O,$V

1
1/16W 1/16W
D608 BD703
TP709

A
MBRM130LT3
DELAY2
C
3

C760 C761 1

1
B

47uF 47nF D707 BD704


SW_7050

A
16V

STAND_BY POWER
1
2

RLZ8.2
A

1
1

U14

SOUND_AMP

LW22N23N 11-5
11 Schematic Diagrams

15 The Signal are Inputed to IC703 16 DC +8V 17 Output WaveForm

11-6 LW22N23N
11 Schematic Diagrams

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11-6 INPUT CONECTOR Schematic Diagram


33V 5V

L902 R801

DUAL SCART JACK


1
3.3UH
1/8W

1
FT803

B A
3
C
(3722-001991)

2
CN808
C845 C846
TMQZ6-406A
TUNERGND 470uF 100nF
$V,$P MGND1
MGND2
C849 TUNERGND

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
9V
D801 D803 D802 D804 22uF SW
D823 D822 D824 CLOSE TO PIN
RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 AGC
C851 ADC
4.7uF SCL

C
C

C
3

3
3

3
D821 TP858 1 SDA

2 B

2 B
2 B

2 B
2 B

2 B

2 B
TP859 MB
RLZ8.2

2
C806 C803 1 SECAM OPTION SIF_OUT

1A

A 1

1A
1A

1A

1 A

1A

1A

1 A
A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1

A1
100pF 100pF TV

B 2
AUDIO

B 2
D828

B 2

B 2

B 2

B 2

B 2
TP861 AFT
RLZ8.2 R858 100 1
SCL3

B
C805 C804 C813 C814 C815 C856 VIDEO

3
MGND3

3
C

C
3

3
100pF 100pF R859
2.2nF 2.2nF 2.2nF 2.2nF 100 1 TP862

C
D825 D827 D826
D808 D811 D809
D812 SDA3 MGND4
RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2
RLZ8.2 RLZ8.2 C857 C858
RLZ8.2 TP899
47pF 47pF

1
C852 TUNERGND
47UF
C833
CN801
TP813 100nF
NT : BN40-00040A
TP801 dcon44
R805 220 L818 1 L814 R832
SC1_R_OUT
1 1
A 1A
22 R821 220
SC2_R_OUT R862 220Kohm PAL : AA40-00133A
R806 470 L812 3.3UH 1 TP814 L815 R822 470
2 23 1 3.3UH 100
SC1_R_IN 1B SC2_R_IN TUNERGND
B 1 TP863
R807 220 3.3UH L813
1
TP802
3 24
TP815 1 L816 3.3UH
R823 220 SIF
SC1_L_OUT C 1C SC2_L_OUT 1 TP864
3.3UH TP803 4 25 3.3UH AFT
D 1D 1 TP865
R808
470 5 26 TUNER_CVBS
E 1E TP816
1/16W L819 R863
1 TP804 1 L817 R825 470 R833
6 27 75
SC1_L_IN F 1F SC2_L_IN R864 220Kohm
R881 100 L801 100
3.3UH 1 TP805 7 28
SC1_BLUE 1G TP817 3.3UH C854
G
3.3UH 1 100nF
1 TP806 8 29
SC1_FSW H 1H SC2_FSW
R871 9 30 R826
10K I 1I TUNERGND TUNERGND
10K R827 TUNERGND
10 31 4.7K
TP807 J 1J
R882 100 L802 1 11 32
SC1_GREEN K 1K
3.3UH
12 33
L 1L
13 34

14
M 1M
35
A5V
N 1N

SC1_RED
R883 100 L804 1 TP808 15 36 Close to Diode
O 1O
TP809 16 37 C859
3.3UH D882
P 1P
100uF RLZJ9.1B TE12
R884 100 R809 1 17 38 25V
SC1_FB Q 1Q
75
18 39

SC1_CVBS_OUT
TP811 1 19
R

S
1R

1S
40
TP819
TP818
1
SC2_CVBS_OUT
DVI / PC INPUT D867
D868
D869 D871 D872 D873 D874 D875

100 TP812 1 R828 100 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1


R878 20 41 1
SC1_CVBS_IN T 1T SC2_CVBS_IN
21 42
U 1U 1

3
CN809 3 3 3 3 3 3

3
TP866

C
3

3
C

TP867
1 1
B

D805 43 44

2 B
D813 tpcon32p_1 1 TP868 1 TP872 RA802
V 1V R831
RLZ8.2 TP869 TP871 1 0 1/16W
2

RLZ8.2

A
R9197 C807 75 1
1A

8 6 4 2 8 6 4 2
A1

A1

7 5 3 1 7 5 3 1
R811 R812 RX2+
33pF C818 9
75 R815

1
75 75