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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL:

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION
FIX2 CHASSIS

KDL-40VL130 RM-YD014 US

KDL-52W3000 RM-YD017 US/CND

KDL-52WL130 RM-YD017 US

KDL-52WL135 RM-YD014 US

ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 8/2007

☛ :UPDATED ITEM

REVISION DATE SUBJECT

8/2007 No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.


9/2007 Updated Self Check illustration. Replaced page 12.
Added PNs for LCD Panels and FB1 Boards for S/N 8,100,001 to 8,499,999 and
8,600,001 on up. Replaced page 100 & 103.
10/2007 Updated schematic diagrams to correct connector pins #s that were up side down.
Replaced pages 29, 36, 39, 42, 45, 47, 62, 64, 78, 81, 89, & 94.
12/2007 Updated entire manual to include KDL-52WL135 model.

LCD DIGITAL COLOR TELEVISION

9-883-764-04
Self Diagnosis
Supported model

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER
FIX2
DESTINATION
CHASSIS

KDL-40VL130 RM-YD014 US

KDL-52W3000 RM-YD017 US/CND

KDL-52WL130 RM-YD017 US

KDL-52WL135 RM-YD014 US

KDL-40VL130 RM-YD014

LCD DIGITAL COLOR TELEVISION

9-883-764-04
KDL-40VL130/52W3000/52WL130/52WL135

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION TITLE PAGE SECTION TITLE PAGE

Specifications ................................................................................. 5 3-4. Schematics and Supporting Information .............................. 31


Warnings and Cautions .................................................................. 7 AU Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 6) ................................. 31
AU Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 6) ................................. 32
Safety-Related Component Warning .............................................. 8
AU Board Schematic Diagram (3 of 6) ................................. 33
Safety Check-Out ......................................................................... 10 AU Board Schematic Diagram (4 of 6) ................................. 34
Self-Diagnostic Function................................................................11 AU Board Schematic Diagram (5 of 6) ................................. 35
SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY ............................................................... 13 AU Board Schematic Diagram (6 of 6) ................................. 36
DF1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-1. Rear Cover Removal............................................................ 13
(KDL-40VL130 Only) ............................................... 38
1-2. Arm (Bracket) and Stand Removal ..................................... 13 DF4 Board Schematic Diagram
1-3. Speakers, HW3 Board, and AC Inlet Removal .................... 14 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) ................................. 41
1-4. HW1 Board Removal ........................................................... 14 DF5 Board Schematic Diagram
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) ................................. 44
1-5. UB2 Board Removal (KDL-52WL135 Only) ........................ 14
FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-6. HV2 Board Removal (KDL-40VL130 Only) (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (1 of 16) ................... 47
or HW2 Board Removal (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130)....... 15 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-7. AU Board and FB1 Board (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (2 of 16) ................... 48
or FB3 Board (KDL-40VL130 Only) Removal ...................... 15 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-8. TUU2 Board Removal .......................................................... 16 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (3 of 16) ................... 49
FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-9. DF1 Board and GF1 Board Removal
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (4 of 16) ................... 50
(KDL-40VL130 Only) ............................................................ 16
FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-10. DF4 Board, DF5 Board, and GF2 Board Removal (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (5 of 16) ................... 51
(All Except KDL-40VL130) ................................................... 17 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
1-11. Stay Removal ....................................................................... 17 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (6 of 16) ................... 52
1-12. LCD Panel Removal ............................................................ 18 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (7 of 16) ................... 53
1-13. (Balancer Boards) ETC-Inverter MT Board Removal ........... 19
FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS ............................................. 20 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (8 of 16) ................... 54
2-1. Remote Adjustment Buttons and Indicators ......................... 20 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (9 of 16) ................... 55
2-2. Accessing Service Adjustments ........................................... 20
FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
2-3. Updating Model Information after (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (10 of 16) ................. 56
Replacing the FB1 Board or FB3 Board............................... 22 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS ..................................................................... 23 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (11 of 16) ................. 57
FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
3-1. Circuit Boards Location ........................................................ 23
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (12 of 16) ................. 58
3-2. Printed Wiring Boards and FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
Schematic Diagrams Information ......................................... 24 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (13 of 16) ................. 59
3-3. Block Diagram ...................................................................... 25 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
3-3-1. Block Diagram (KDL-40VL130 Only) ....................... 25 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (14 of 16) ................. 60
3-3-2. Block Diagram (KDL-52W3000/52WL130 Only)...... 26 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
3-3-3. Block Diagram (KDL-52WL135 Only) ...................... 27 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (15 of 16) ................. 61
3-3-4. Connector Diagram (KDL-40VL130 Only) ............... 28 FB1 Board Schematic Diagram
3-3-5. Connector Diagram (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (16 of 16) ................. 62
(KDL-52W3000/52WL130 Only) .............................. 29
3-3-6. Connector Diagram (KDL-52WL135 Only) .............. 30

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SECTION TITLE PAGE SECTION TITLE PAGE

FB3 Board Schematic Diagram SECTION 4: EXPLODED VIEWS ...................................................... 101


(KDL-40VL130 Only) (1 of 15) ................................. 64 4-1. Rear Cover Assembly and Stand Assembly ...................... 101
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
4-2. Chassis .............................................................................. 102
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (2 of 15) ................................. 65
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram 4-3. Connectors ......................................................................... 103
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (3 of 15) ................................. 66 4-4. Speakers ............................................................................ 104
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram 4-5. Bezel Assembly and LCD Panel
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (4 of 15) ................................. 67 (KDL-40VL130 Only) .......................................................... 105
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
4-6. Bezel Assembly and LCD Panel
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (5 of 15) ................................. 68
(KDL-52W3000/52WL130 Only) ........................................ 106
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (6 of 15) ................................. 69 4-7. Bezel Assembly and LCD Panel
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram (KDL-52WL135 Only) ......................................................... 107
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (7 of 15) ................................. 70 SECTION 5: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .......................................... 108
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (8 of 15) ................................. 71 APPENDIX A: ENCRYPTION KEY COMPONENTS ..........................A-1
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (9 of 15) ................................. 72
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (10 of 15) ............................... 73
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (11 of 15) ............................... 74
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (12 of 15) ............................... 75
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (13 of 15) ............................... 76
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (14 of 15) ............................... 77
FB3 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) (15 of 15) ............................... 78
GF1 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) ............................................... 80
GF2 Board Schematic Diagram
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) ................................. 83
HV2 Board Schematic Diagram
(KDL-40VL130 Only) ............................................... 85
HW1 Board Schematic Diagram .......................................... 88
HW2 Board Schematic Diagram
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (1 of 2) ..................... 90
HW2 Board Schematic Diagram
(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) (2 of 2) ..................... 91
HW3 Board Schematic Diagram .......................................... 94
TUU2 Board Schematic Diagram (1 of 2) ............................ 96
TUU2 Board Schematic Diagram (2 of 2) ............................ 97
3-5. Semiconductors ................................................................. 100

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SPECIFICATIONS

Power Requirements 120V-240V AC, 50/60Hz HDMI IN 1/2/3:


HDMI: Video:480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i,1080p, 1080/24p
Power Consumption (W) Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and
In Use (Max) 220W (KDL-40VL130 Only) 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits, Dolby Digital
295W (All except KDL-40VL130) AUDIO (for HDMI IN 1):
In Standby Less than 0.4W 500 mVrms (100% modulation) (Fixed)
Impedance: 47 kilohms
VIDEO (IN) 1/2/3:
S Video (4-Pin Mini DIN (VIDEO 1 Only) AUDIO OUT:
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative 500 mVrms (100% modulation) (Fixed)
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms 1 Vrms at the maximum volume setting (Variable)
Video
1.0 Vp-p, 75ohms unbalanced, sync negative DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL):
Audio Optical Digital Audio Ouput (PCM/Dolby digital)
500 mVrms (100% modulation)
Impedance:47 kilohms PC IN:
D-sub 15-pin, analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, positive
COMPONENT IN 1/2:
YPBPR (Component Video) PC AUDIO INPUT:
Y:1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative Stereo mini jack, 500 mVrms 1(100% modulation)
PB:0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms Impedance: 47 kilohoms
PR:0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Signal format: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p HEADPHONES:
AUDIO Stereo mini jack
500 mVrms (100% modulation) Impedance: 16 ohms
Impedance: 47 kilohms

Trademark Information
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Sony This TV is manufactured under license from Dolby
Corporation has determined that this product Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for
energy efficiency.
ENERGY STAR® is a U.S. registered mark.
This TV incorporates High-
Blu-ray Disc is a trademark.
Definition Multimedia Interface
(HDMI™ ) technology. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-
Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
“BRAVIA” and , BRAVIA ENGINE EX, “XMB” registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
and “XrossMediaBar”, S-Force, BRAVIA Theatre Sync, , DMx,
BRAVIA Internet Video Link Ready and “PS3” are trademarks
or registered marks of Sony Corporation and/or
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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KDL-40VL130 KDL-52W3000/52WL130/52WL135
Speakers
Output 11W + 11W
Full Range (2) 15/8 x 57/8 inches (2) 2 6/8 X 5 1/8 inches
(2) 42 x 150 mm (2) 70 X 130 mm
Tweeter (2) 1 5/8 inches
(2) 40 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D)
with stand 391/8 x 271/8 x 101/2 inches 50 3/8 x 34 1/2 x 15 1/8 inches
992 x 688 x 265 mm 1278 x 874 x 384 mm
without stand 391/8 x 253/8 x 47/8 inches 50 3/8 x 32 7/8 x 4 7/8 inches
992 x 643 x 122 mm 1278 x 832 x 123 mm
wall-mount hole pattern 300 x 200 mm 400 x 300 mm
Mass
with stand 56 lbs. 95 lbs.
25.0 kg 43 kg
without stand 48 lbs. 79 lbs.
21.5 kg 35.5 kg
All measurements are approximations.

Television system Supplied Accessories


NTSC American TV Standard Remote Commander RM-YD014 (KDL-40VL130/52WL135 Only)
ATSC (8VSB terrestrial) ATSC compliant 8VSB Remote Commander RM-YD017 (KDL-52W3000/52WL130 Only)
QAM on cable ANSI/SCTE 07 2000 Two Size AA (R6) Batteries
75-ohm coaxial cable
Channel coverage AC Power Cord
Analog HD15-HD15 Cable
2-69 Terrestrial Suport Belt (Lock Assy, Rudder) Securing Screw,
1-125 Cable and Wood Screw
Digital (See Bag Assy, Rudder Lock in the Accessories and Packing
2-69 Terrestrial section of the Electrical Parts List in this manual.)
1-135 Cable Cable Holder (1 attached to the TV)
Operating Instructions
Antenna Quick Setup Guide
75-ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF Warranty Card

Panel System Optional Accessories


LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel Headphones Plug Adaptor
Connecting Cables
Display Resolution (horizontal x vertical): Wall-Mount Bracket
1,920 dots x 1,080 lines SU-WL500
TV-Stand
Screen Size (measured diagonally) RHT-G800
KDL-40VL130 - ~40 inches SU-FL300M (KDL-40VL130 Only)
KDL-52W3000/52WL130/52WL135 - ~52 inches SU-FL300L (KDL-52W3000/52WL130/52WL135 Only)

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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS


CAUTION
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other
than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
CARRYING THE TV
To avoid dropping the TV and causing serious injury, KDL-52W3000/52WL130/52WL135 s When lifting or moving the TV, hold it firmly from the bottom.
be sure to follow these guidelines: Place your palm directly under the panel.
s Before carrying the TV, disconnect all cables.
s Carrying the large size TV requires two or more people.
s When you carry the TV, place your hand as
illustrated and hold it securely.
Do not put stress on the LCD panel.
KDL-40VL130

s When carrying, do not subject the TV to shocks or vibration,


or excessive force.

WARNING!!
An isolation transformer should be used during any service to avoid possible shock hazard, because of live chassis. The chassis of this receiver is
directly connected to the ac power line.

! SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!


Components identified by shading and ! mark on the schematic diagrams, exploded views, and in the parts list are critical for safe operation. Replace
these components with Sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown in this manual or in supplements published by Sony. Circuit adjustments that
are critical for safe operation are identified in this manual. Follow these procedures whenever critical components are replaced or improper operation is
suspected.
ATTENTION!!
Ces instructions de service sont à l’usage du personnel de service qualifié seulement. Pour prévenir le risque de choc électrique, ne pas faire
l’entretien autre que celui contenu dans le Mode d’emploi à moins que vous soyez qualifié faire ainsi.

POUR TRANSPORTER LE TÉLÉVISEUR


Assurez-vous de suivre ces consignes pour éviter de laisser s Lorsque vous levez ou déplacez le téléviseur, assurez-vous de tenir
tomber le téléviseur et de provoquer des blessures graves: solidement de la base. Placez la paume des mains directement sous
KDL-52W3000/52WL130/52WL135 le panneau.
s Avant de transporter le téléviseur,
débranchez tous les câbles.
s Le transport du téléviseur doit être
effectué par au moins deux personnes.
s Lorsque vous le transportez, placez vos
mains tel que cela est illustré et tenez solidement l’appareil.
N’appliquez pas de pression surl’écran ACL.

KDL-40VL130

s Lorsque vous transportez le téléviseur, ne le soumettez pas à des


chocs ou vibrations, ni à une force excessive.

Afin d’eviter tout risque d’electrocution provenant d’un chássis sous tension, un transformateur d’isolement doit etre utilisé lors de tout dépannage. Le
chássis de ce récepteur est directement raccordé à l’alimentation du secteur.

! ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS A LA SECURITE!!


Les composants identifies par une trame et par une marque ! sur les schemas de principe, les vues explosees et les listes de pieces sont d’une
importance critique pour la securite du fonctionnement. Ne les remplacer que par des composants Sony dont le numero de piece est indique dans le
present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par Sony. Les reglages de circuit dont l’importance est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement
sont identifies dans le present manuel. Suivre ces procedures lors de chaque remplacement de composants critiques, ou lorsqu’un mauvais
fonctionnement suspecte.

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SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING

There are critical components used in LCD color TVs that are important for safety. These components are identified with shading and !
mark on the schematic diagrams and the electrical parts list. It is essential that these critical parts be replaced only with the part number
specified in the electrical parts list to prevent electric shock, fire, or other hazard.

NOTE: Do not modify the original design without obtaining written permission from the manufacturer or you will void the original parts and
labor guarantee.

USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING THE LCD PANEL


When repairing the LCD panel, be sure you are grounded by using a wrist band.

When installing the LCD panel on a wall, the LCD panel must be secured using the 4 mounting holes on the rear cover.

To avoid damaging the LCD panel:


 do not press on the panel or frame edge to avoid the risk of electric shock.
 do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects.
 do not leave the module in high temperatures or in areas of high humidity for an extended period of time.
 do not expose the LCD panel to direct sunlight.
 avoid contact with water. It may cause a short circuit within the module.
 disconnect the AC adapter when replacing the backlight (CCFL) or inverter circuit.
(High voltage occurs at the inverter circuit at 650Vrms.)
 always clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth material.
 use care when handling the wires or connectors of the inverter circuit. Damaging the wires may cause a short.
 protect the panel from ESD to avoid damaging the electronic circuit (C-MOS).

LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK CIRCUIT

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example 1
The circuit boards used in these models have been processed using
Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF logo located
close to the board designation e.g. H1 etc [ see example ]. The
servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as
outlined below.

It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints.
Lead Free Solder is available under the following part numbers :

Part number Diameter Remarks


7-640-005-19 0.3mm 0.25Kg
7-640-005-20 0.4mm 0.50Kg
7-640-005-21 0.5mm 0.50Kg
7-640-005-22 0.6mm 0.25Kg
7-640-005-23 0.8mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-24 1.0mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-25 1.2mm 1.00Kg
7-640-005-26 1.6mm 1.00Kg

Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade.
This requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics.

For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder, please refer to http://www.sony-training.com

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SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes).
1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly soldered Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and
bridges. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched” or instructions.
touching high-wattage resistors.
2. A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. The Data Precision 245
3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, and digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain that
you have replaced all the insulators. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM
or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75
4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, V, so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage scale.
that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the The Simpson’s 250 and Sanwa SH-63TRD are examples of
customer and recommend their replacement. passive VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery-operated digital
multimeters that have a 2 VAC range are suitable (see Figure A).

5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of


deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their
How to Find a Good Earth Ground
replacement.
A cold-water pipe is a guaranteed earth ground; the cover-plate
retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If the
6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the retaining screw is to be used as your earth ground, verify that it is at
replacement of any such line cord to the customer. ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe
with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms.
7. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws,
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as If a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60- to 100-watt
described below. trouble- light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle
and the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot
side on the line; the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw
is at ground potential (see Figure B).

Leakage Test

To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set

Trouble Light
Ohmmeter
AC Outlet Box
AC
0.15 μF Voltmeter
(0.75V)

Cold-water Pipe

Earth Ground

Figure A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage. Figure B. Checking for earth ground.

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SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION Self Diagnosis


Supported model

Control Buttons

PIC OFF/TIMER STANDBY POWER

PIC OFF/TIMER STANDBY POWER

Description of LED Indictors

LED LED Type Description

POWER LED Green LED * Light when the TV set is on

STANDBY LED Red LED * Lights up in red when TV is in PC standby mode.


* If LED blinks continuously, this may indicate
that the TV needs servicing.
PIC OFF/ Green or Orange * Lights up in green when Picture Off is activated
TIMER LED * Lights up in orange when the timer is set
LED When timer is set, the LED remains lit even
when the TV is turned off.

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The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY LED automatically begins to flash. The number of times
the LED flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the STANDBY LED flash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for
the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error symptom is difficult to reproduce use the Remote Commander to display the record that is stored at the
internal NVM to specify the cause.
- One flash is not used for self-diagnosis. LED OFF
Example Diagnosis Number of times LED Flash 3.0 sec

POW_ERR1 3 times

BACKLITE 6 times

LED ON : 0.3 sec


LED OFF : 0.3sec LED OFF
3.0 sec
Diagnostic Indicators
When an error occurs, the STANDBY LED flashes a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the problem. If there is more than one error,
the LED will identify the first of the problem areas. If the errors occur simultaneously, the one that corresponds to the fewest flashes is identified first.
(Results for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occurred if the screen displays a “00”)

1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).


2. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a second of each other:
DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume - TV POWER .
The Self Check list displays.
This differs from accessing Service Adjustments.

Information Indicator displays time of last 3 events


(Not used in FIX2 models)
LED Display
☛ SELF CHECK Contents
000 : ==== ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 ====
002 : POW _OVP ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 Power OVP
003 : POW _ERR1 ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 Power Error
005 : T_CON ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 T-CON Error
006 : BACKLITE ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 0 indicates no error was detected Backlight Error
007 : PANLTEMP ------------ ------------ ------------ 01 1 indicates an error was detected Panel Temp Error
00 8 : AUD_PROT ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 Audio Prot ector
009 : FAN_ERR ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 Not Used in these models
0 10 : DTT_ERR ------------ ------------ ------------ 00
011: ==== ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 ====
01 3: BALANCER ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 P a n el Er ror
10 1 : DTT_W DT ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 W DT- W atch Dog Timers
102 : TVM_W DT ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 (W atch Dog Timers
1 03 : BEM_W DT ------------ ------------ ------------ 00 are used to track
m i c r o p r oc es s or s ,
00 279 -00053 - 0000 Boot count and oper ation time not to record errors.)
Panel Hours
Boot count (max 65535)
(max 65535)
Operating Hours
(max 65535)

Resetting the Diagnostic Indicators


After completing the repair of the set, reset the Self Check screen to set all the display results to “00”.

1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).


2. Press DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume - TV POWER .
3. Press Channel 8 , then press Channel 0 . To exit press TV POWER .

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SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY

1-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL


1 From Rear Cover, remove 15 screws (KDL-40VL130 Only),
19 screws (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130), +BVTP2 4X16
2 Remove 2 screws from Rear Cover arm positions, +PSW M5X12
3 Remove 2 screws from Terminals, +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3
3
1 2

Rear Cover

1-2. ARM (BRACKET) AND STAND REMOVAL


1 Remove 4 screws(KDL-40VL130 Only),
8 screws (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) from Arms (Brackets), +PSW M5X8
2 Remove 4 screws from Stays and Stand, +PSW M5X12

Arm (L)

1 Arm (R)

Stand Assembly

Stay
2

Stay

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1-3. SPEAKERS, HW3 BOARD, AND AC INLET REMOVAL


1 Remove 6 screws, +BVTP2 4X16 (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130)
2 Slide out Loudspeakers from Bezel
3 Remove 2 screws, +KTT 3X10
4 Disconnect one connector from HW3 Board
5 Release hook and remove HW3 Board Loud Speaker
1

Speaker (Tweeter)

2
2

3 1

Speaker (Tweeter)

HW3 Board

AC Inlet

1-4. HW1 BOARD REMOVAL 1-5. UB2 BOARD REMOVAL (KDL-52WL135 ONLY)
1 Remove from bezel 1 Remove 4 screws, +PSW 3X8
2 Disconnect one connector 2 Remove one screw, +PSW 3X8
3 Release hooks and remove HW1 Board 3 Disconnect 2 connectors.

Multi button Assembly 2


1 2

HW1 Board
UB2 Shield

3 3

UB2 Board

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1-6. HV2 BOARD REMOVAL (KDL-40VL130 ONLY) OR


HW2 BOARD REMOVAL (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130) 1 HV2 Board (KDL-40VL130 Only)
1 Remove three screws, +BVTP 3X12 TYPE2 IT-3 HW2 Board (All Except KDL-40VL130)
2 Disconnect two connectors 2
3 Remove 2 screws to remove the HV2 Board, +PVST 3X8
(KDL-40VL130 Only)
Remove 2 screws to remove the HW2 Board, +PSW M3X5
(All Except KDL-40VL130)
3

Side Terminal Bracket

1-7. AU BOARD AND FB1 BOARD (ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130)


OR FB3 BOARD (KDL-40VL130 ONLY) REMOVAL

1 Slide out Card Bracket Card Bracket


2 FB Shield (Top)
2 Remove 2 screws, +PSW M3X5 3
7 AU Board
3 Remove 2 HEX screws 1
4 Remove 4 screws, +BVST 3X8
8
5 Remove 7 screws, +BVST 3X8 4
6 Disconnect 7 connectors
6
7 Disconnect 7 connectors FB1 Board
5
8 (All Except KDL-40VL130 Only)
Remove 9 screws, +BVST 3X8
FB3 Board
9 Remove 8 screws, +PSW M3X5 (KDL-40VL130 Only)
9

Chassis Bracket

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1-8. TUU2 BOARD REMOVAL


1 Remove 2 screws, +BVST 3X8 1 TUU Shield (Top)
2
2 Remove one Hex nut from Tuner
3
3 Remove Tuner Bracket
4 Disconnect one connector Tuner Bracket
4
5 Remove 5 screws, +BVST 3X8
TUU2 Board
6 Remove 4 screws, +BVST 3X8
TUU Shield (Bottom)
5

Chassis Bracket

1-9. DF1 BOARD AND GF1 BOARD REMOVAL (KDL-40VL130 ONLY)


1 Disconnect 4 connectors
2 Remove 4 screws, +PSW 3SG
3 Disconnect 7 connectors 3
DF1 Board
4 Remove 4 screws, +PSW 3SG 4

1
GF1 Board
2

G/D Bracket

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1-10. DF4 BOARD, DF5 BOARD, AND GF2 BOARD REMOVAL


(ALL EXCEPT KDL-40VL130)
1 Remove 5 screws, +PSW 3SG 5
DF5 Board DF4 Board
2 Disconnect 3 connectors 6
1 2
3 Disconnect 4 connectors 3
GF2 Board
4 Remove 4 screws, +PSW 3SG
5 Disconnect 7 connectors 4
DF5 Bracket
6 Remove 4 screws, +PSW 3SG

G/D Bracket

1-11. STAY REMOVAL


1 Remove 2 screws, +PSW M5X8
2 Remove 2 screws, +BVTP2 4X16
3 Remove 4 screws, +PSW M5X8 3 Stand Holder
4
4 Remove 4 screws, +BVTP2 4X16
6
5 Remove 4 screws, +BVTP 4X8
Lower Stay (Left)
6 Remove 3 screws, +BVTP2 4X16 5
(All Except KDL-40VL130)
Stand Holder
1
Upper Stay (Left)

2 Lower Stay (Right)

Under Cover

Upper Stay (Right)

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1-12. LCD PANEL REMOVAL

1 Remove 1 screws, +BVTP2 4X16


2 Remove 4 screws, +BVTP2 4X16
3 Pop off from Speaker Cover

LCD Panel

Bezel

Speaker Cover 2

LED Guide 3

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1-13. (BALANCER BOARDS) ETC-INVERTER MT BOARD REMOVAL


CAUTION:
Be sure to identify the inverter cover screws before proceeding. DO NOT remove the screws securing the plastic strip holding the lamp
sockets.
1 Remove screws securing the (Balancer) Inverter Cover.
2 Remove screws securing the inverter board
3 Disconnect the connectors from the (Balancer) Inverter board you are removing.
4 For 52” models only,
to remove the lower board, disconnect 1 connector.
to remove the upper board, disconnect 2 connectors.

DO NOT 4
REMOVE
BACKLIGHT
SCREWS 2

Plastic Strip
holding
Lamp Socket
1 NOTE: For the 52” models, the connector that attaches the
Left Upper (Balancer) Inverter board to the DF5 board has a strip of white tape
Plastic Strip at both ends of the connector. The connector that attaches the
holding Right Upper (Balancer) Inverter board to the DF4 board has a strip of red tape
Lamp Socket at both ends of the connector.

WARNING!
(Balancer) Inverter Cover
NEVER REMOVE THE
SCREWS SECURING THE
PLASTIC STRIP HOLDING
THE LAMP SOCKETS.
DAMAGE TO THE
INVERTER BOARD REMOVAL BACKLIGHT TUBES WILL REMOVE
Only remove the screws securing the inverter OCCUR! CONNECTOR AND
cover which may be metal or plastic. The PULL BOARD TO
remaining plastic strip contains sockets for the THE RIGHT
fluorescent backlights and should never be
loosened. The backlights will pop out of the
sockets and/or break the backlight requiring a
LCD panel replacement. The example shown
is a 32” model but applies to all models.

END VIEW
BACKLIGHT

SOCKET

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SECTION 2: SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS

2-1. REMOTE ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS AND 2-2. ACCESSING SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS


INDICATORS To adjust various set features, use the Remote Commander to put the set
NOTE: RM-YD014 is for KDL-40VL130 & KDL-52WL135 Only, and into service mode to display the service menus.
RM-YD017 is for KDL-52W3000 & KDL-52WL130 Only. Since the
buttons on the remote contols are in the same area, RM-YD017 is used 1. TV must be in standby mode. (Power off).
below to indicate their location. 2. Press the following buttons on the Remote Commander within a
second of each other:
DISPLAY DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + TV POWER .
TV POWER The first service menu (TV) displays.
3. To display the service menu that contains the category you want to
adjust, press JUMP on the Remote Commander.
5

DIGITAL SERVICE
JUMP 001 OP
000 VERS 000

<DIGITAL> <SUB>
DM0. 159A00AA SMO.100W00AA
DD0.000A00LU SD0.010W00AA
M2.001C SB1.000W00AA
Onscreen cursor <BE>
and select button BM0.050W00AU
BD0.049A00LUW
BB0.029W00AU

Press JUMP

CHASSIS SERVICE
VOLUME+ 000 GR
000 GRMD 0

Press JUMP

SUB SERVICE
000 VERS
000 MODEL
MODEL ID: XXXXXXXXXX

Press JUMP

BEM SERVICE
BOOT: 0. 026W00AU
MAIN: 0. 050W00AU
DATA: 0. 049A00LUW

Press JUMP

RM-YD017

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The screen displays the first category in the selected service menu.
4. To change the category, press 2 or 5 on the Remote Commander.
Note: Pressing 2 or 5 only changes the categories within the service menu displayed.
To change a category on one of the other service menus, press the JUMP button until the
correct service menu is displayed.
5. To change the adjustment item, press 1 or 4 on the Remote Commander.
6. To change the data value, press 3 or 6 on the Remote Commander.
7. To write into memory, press MUTING then 0 on the Remote Commander.
8. To exit service mode, turn the power off.

TV POWER

3 Increase
Next item 1 Data value

Next 2
Category 6 Decrease
Data value
Previous 4
item 5 Previous
Category
8
ENT
Restore User Control
and Channel Memory JUMP Displays Service Menus
0

Write to
memory

MUTING

RM-YD017

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2-3. UPDATING MODEL INFORMATION


AFTER REPLACING THE FB1 BOARD
OR FB3 BOARD
Complete the following steps to reset the model information to the
correct size after replacing the FB1 Board or FB3 Board.

1. Access the Service Menu by pressing the following buttons on the


Remote Commander within a second:
DISPLAY Channel 5 Volume + TV POWER .
The service menu displays.
2. Press the JUMP button until the BEM micro service menu displays.

BEM SERVICE
BOOT: 0. 026W00AU
MAIN: 0. 050W00AU
DATA: 0. 049A00LUW

3. Press 2 until the 0001 MODEL_INFO category displays.

BEM SERVICE

0001 MODEL_INFO
0001 PANEL_SIZE 0 Update
DIFF 1 according to
panel size

4. Do one of the following:

If the model size is 40” Verify the value is set to 0.


If the model size is 52” Press 3 until the value increases to 2.

5. To write to memory, press MUTING then 0 on the Remote


Commander.
8. To exit service mode, turn the power off.

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SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS

3-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

KDL-40VL130 Only

HW1

FB3

HV2
DF1

AU TUU2
GF1

HW3

KDL-52W3000/52WL130/52WL135 Only

DF5 HW1

UB2
(KDL-52WL135 Only)
FB1

HW2
DF4

AU TUU2
GF2

HW3

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3-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND REFERENCE INFORMATION


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INFORMATION RESISTOR CAPACITOR
: RN METAL FILM : TA TANTALUM
All capacitors are in μF unless otherwise noted. pF : μμF 50WV or : RC SOLID : PS STYROL
less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. : FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON : PP POLYPROPYLENE
All electrolytics are in 50V unless otherwise specified. : FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE : PT MYLAR
: RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND : MPS METALIZED POLYESTER
All resistors are in ohms. kΩ=1000Ω, MΩ=1000kΩ : RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE : MPP METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating : RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT : ALB BIPOLAR
: ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR : ALT HIGH TEMPERATURE
electrical power, is as follows: Pitch : 5mm
: ALR HIGH RIPPLE
Rating electrical power : 1/ 4 W
COIL
1
/ 4 W in resistance, 1/10 W and 1/16 W in chip resistance. : LF-8L MICRO INDUCTOR
: nonflammable resistor Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen
printed circuit ( )
: fusible resistor
: internal component Device
*
Printed symbol Terminal name Circuit
Collector
: panel designation and adjustment for repair 1 Transistor
Base Emitter
: earth ground Collector
2 Transistor
Base Emitter
: earth-chassis
All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, 3 Diode
Cathode
Anode
unless otherwise noted. Cathode
4 Diode
Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input. Anode (NC)
Cathode
Readings are taken with a 10MΩ digital multimeter. 5 Diode
Anode (NC)
Voltages are DC with respect to ground unless otherwise noted. Common
6 Diode
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production Anode Cathode

tolerances. 7 Diode
Common
Anode Cathode
All voltages are in V. Common
8 Diode
S : Measurement impossibility. Anode Anode

: B+line. Common
9 Diode
Anode Anode
: B-line. (Actual measured value may be different). Common
0 Diode
: signal path. (RF) Cathode Cathode
Common
Circled numbers are waveform references. !¡ Diode
Cathode Cathode
Anode Cathode
!™ Diode Anode Anode
Cathode Anode

Transistor Source
The components identified by shading and ! symbol are critical for safety. Replace !£ (FET)
Drain
Gate D D

only with part number specified. G G

Transistor Source
!¢ S S
Drain
(FET) Gate
The symbol indicates a fast operating fuse and is displayed on the component D D
side of the board. Replace only with fuse of the same rating as marked. Transistor Source
!? (FET)
Drain G G
Gate S S

Emitter
Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque ! sont critiques pour la !§ Transistor Collector
Base
securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. C2 B1 E1
C1 C2

!¶ Transistor
E2 B2 C1
B1 B2

E1 E2
Le symbole indique une fusible a action rapide. Doit etre remplace par une
C1 B2 E2
fusible de meme yaleur, comme maque. !• Transistor
E1 B1 C2 C1 C2

B1 B2
C1 B2 E2
!ª Transistor
E1 B1 C2
E1 E2

NOTE: The components identified by a red outline and a mark contain confidential
E1 E2
information. Specific instructions must be adhered to whenever these components C1 B2 E2
@º Transistor
E1 B1 C2
B1 B2
are repaired and/or replaced. C1 C2
C1(B2) C2
See Appendix A: Encryption Key Components in the back of this manual. E2 B1 E1
@¡ Transistor
C2 C1(B2)
B1

E2 E2
(B2) E1(B2) E2
B1 E1 E2
@™ Transistor
C1 C2
B1

C1 C2
(B2) E1(B2) C2
E2 E1 B1
@£ Transistor
C2 C1
B1

C1 C2

– Discrete semiconductot
Ver.1.6
(Chip semiconductors that are not actually used are included.)

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3-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-3-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM FB3
(KDL-40VL130 ONLY) TMDS1
HDMI IN 1 DDC1 TMDS
CEC
NVM 2KB
EDID MS D/L MS Service
TMDS3 DDC
HDMI IN 3 DDC3
CEC
NVM 2KB
EDID

Audio IN Audio L/ R

I2C EEP
SW(Buffer)
SPI(DL)
UART SDRAM
64Mb
USB2.0 BE Micro
(HS)
uPD720101
UART I2S Flash
I2C
HDMIRx

PCI
Sel.
V1.3
SN74LV4053 DDC Bus
I2C X2 SW
I2C
SPDIF

I2S(5.1ch)
10bit A DC
EMMA2TH EPP
TS
Main
Gfx
H/ V

DA DDDDR
R22 DDDD
RR 22
Local Bus SSDDRRAAMM SSDDRRAAMM
551122M
Mbbititxx22 225566MM
bbitit xx22

NOR NNAANNDD
2Mbit 6342MMBBxx22

D- Sub15 Analog RGB H/V

3-5
I2C I2C

TUU2
HW1
Power Sw.

USB
KEY contr ol KEY

Demodulator
8VSB/6 4QAM
SPI
I2C (DL)
256QAM/QPSK
HW3
FAT I2C GPIO SIRCS

RF- 1 Tuner(Main)
H_SYNC
LED control LED
Analog CVBS
Demodulator
NTSC/ BTSC Audio L/ R

I2C
AU

CVBS/Y C Sub Micro


Modem
Video
I2C
Rigel T- Con
SW1 CVBS/Y C/ YCbCr HV2
Audio Mini Audio L/ R CXA2239
YCbCr/ RGB I2C
14 Input EEP
Analog Y/Cb / Cr I2C
5 Output
Componennt1 Audio L/ R
T-Con
Analog Y/Cb / Cr
Componennt2 Audio L/ R
Analog CVBS
Audio L/ R Video2

Analog CVBS Y/C I2C


SVideo1 Audio L/ R
HP OUT

Audio DSP
Analog CVBS TAS3208
Video3 Audio L/ R
I2C
Power
LB
Micro
Full HD
AMP
USB S-PVA
Audio L/ R
CCFL BackLight
L/R OUT
4 0”
SPDIF
Opt. OUT
T EM P
LC D - P a n e l
RS232C Buff UART
Sensor

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3-3-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM FB1


(KDL-52W3000/52WL130 ONLY) TMDS1
HDMI IN 1 DDC1 TMDS
CEC
NVM 2KB
EDID MS D/L MS Service
HDMI
TMDS3 Equalizer DDC
HDMI IN 3 DDC3 CXB1444
CEC
NVM 2KB Sub Chroma
EDID
CCP- XA
Audio IN Audio L/ R

I2C I2C EEP


SW(Buffer)
SPI(DL)
UART SDRAM
64Mb
USB2.0 BE Micro
(HS)
uPD720101
UART I2S Flash
I2C
HDMIRx

PCI
Sel.
V1.3
SN74LV4053 DDC Bus
I2C X2 SW
I2C
SPDIF

I2S(5.1ch)
10bit A DC I2C
EMMA2TH EPP
TS
Main
Gfx
H/ V

DA DDDDR
R22 DDDD
RR 22
Local Bus SSDDRRAAMM SSDDRRAAMM
551122M
Mbbititxx22 225566MM
bbitit xx22

NOR NNAANNDD
2Mbit 6342MMBBxx22

D- Sub15 Analog RGB H/V

3-5
I2C I2C

TUU2
HW1
Power Sw.

USB
KEY contr ol KEY

Demodulator
8VSB/6 4QAM
SPI
I2C (DL)
256QAM/QPSK
HW3
FAT I2C GPIO SIRCS

RF- 1 Tuner(Main)
H_SYNC
LED control LED
Analog CVBS
Demodulator
NTSC/ BTSC Audio L/ R

I2C
AU

CVBS/Y C Sub Micro


Modem
Video
I2C
Rigel T- Con
SW1 CVBS/Y C/ YCbCr HW2
Audio Mini Audio L/ R CXA2239
YCbCr/ RGB I2C
14 Input EEP HDMI TMDS2
Analog Y/Cb / Cr Equalizer DDC2 I2C
5 Output CXB1443 HDMI N
I 2
Componennt1 Audio L/ R CEC
NVM
2KB
T-Con
EDID
Analog Y/Cb / Cr
Componennt2 Audio L/ R
Analog CVBS
Audio L/ R Video2

Analog CVBS Y/C I2C


SVideo1 Audio L/ R
HP OUT

Audio DSP
Analog CVBS TAS3208
Video3 Audio L/ R
I2C
Power
LB
Micro
Fu ll HD
AMP
USB S-PVA
Audio L/ R
CCFL BackLight
L/R OUT
52”
SPDIF
Opt. OUT
TEMP
LC D - P a n e l
RS232C Buff UART
Sensor

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3-3-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM FB1


(KDL-52WL135 ONLY) TMDS1
HDMI IN 1 DDC1 TMDS
CEC
NVM 2KB
EDID MS D/L MS Service
HDMI
TMDS3 Equalizer DDC
HDMI IN 3 DDC3 CXB1444
CEC
NVM 2KB Sub Chroma
EDID
CCP- XA
Audio IN Audio L/ R

I2C I2C EEP


SW(Buffer)
SPI(DL)
UART SDRAM
64Mb
USB2.0 BE Micro
(HS)
uPD720101
UART I2S Flash
I2C I2C
HDMIRx

PCI
Sel.
V1.3
SN74LV4053 DDC Bus
I2C X2 SW
I2C
SPDIF

I2S(5.1ch)
10bit ADC I2C
EMMA2TH EPP
TS
Main
Gfx
H/ V

DA DDR 2 DDR2
Local Bus DDR2
SDRAM
DDR2
SDR AM
SDRAM SDRAM
512M bit x2
512Mbit x2 256Mbit
256Mbitx2
x2

NOR NAND
NAND
2Mbit 64MB
32MBx2
x2
D- Sub15 Analog RGB H/V

3-5
I2C I2C

TUU
HW1
Power Sw.
UB2(HFR)
I2C
USB
KEYcontrol Cayenne_bint
KEY

Demodulator
8VSB/6 4QAM I2C
SPI FRC2007
256QAM/QPSK (DL)
HW3
FAT I2C GPIO SIRCS

RF- 1 Tuner(Main)
H_SYNC
LED control LED
Analog CVBS
Demodulator DDR
NTSC/ BTSC Audio L/ R SDR
DDR
AMM
SDRA
128Mbit
128Mbitx2
x2
DDR
NVM
S RAM
128Mbit x2

I2C
AU

CVBS/YC Sub Micro


Modem
Video
I2C
Rigel T- Con
SW1 CVBS/YC/ YCbCr HW2
Audio Mini Audio L/ R CXA2239
YCbCr/ RGB I2C
14 Input EEP HDMI TMDS2
Analog Y/Cb / Cr Equalizer DDC2 I2C
5 Output CXB1443 HDMI N
I 2
Componennt1 Audio L/ R CEC
NVM
2KB
T-Con
EDID
Analog Y/Cb / Cr
Componennt2 Audio L/ R
Analog CVBS
Audio L/ R Video2

Analog CVBS Y/C I2C


SVideo1 Audio L/ R
HP OUT

Audio DSP
Analog CVBS TAS3208
Video3 Audio L/ R

Power
I2C LBFull HD
Micro
AMP HFR
USB S-PVA
Audio L/ R
WCG CCFL BackLight
L/R OUT
52"
SPDIF
Opt. OUT
TEMP
LCD-Panel
RS232C Buff UART
Sensor

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3-3-4. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM (KDL-40VL130 ONLY)

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3-3-5. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM (KDL-52W3000/52WL130 ONLY)

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3-3-6. CONNECTOR DIAGRAM (KDL-52WL135 ONLY)

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1

CN6154
WHT
12P
To G

CN001

TO GF1 BOARD
DIMMER

GND
GND
GND
BL_ON
BALLANCER_ERR

AC_RLY
|

18V
STBY_5V
PS_ERR
INV_ERR

PFC_DET(AC_DET)

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

12
11
10
004:7D
2

0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH

FB022
FB021
FB020
FB019
FB018
FB017
FB016

KDL-40VL130/52W3000/52WL130/52WL135
TV_M_LR_IN

0uH
FB045
|

TV_M_R

TUHSYNC_MAIN

V_DET
TV_M_L

X7R
50V
C001

1005
BL_ON

0.001
DIMMER

+B_OVP
AC_RLY
INV_FAIL

0uH
FB052

To G
BALLANCER_ERR
0
0
0
0

STBY5V

0uH
FB001
3

220
C002
6.3V
R016
R014
R013
R012
12V 1

12V 2

9
7
5
3
1

49
47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
13
11

16V
470
C003
GND 3

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND 4
|

SUB_H
TV_S_L

TV_S_R

TV_S_V

TV_M_L

TV_M_V
TV_M_R

REC_ON
MAIN_H

EWS_ON

X7R
50V
FE_XRST
TV_GR_V

AGC_MON

C018

1005
GND 5

12V

0.001

CN6152
EWS_ALERT
GND 6

TO GF1 BOARD
16V
470
C004
AUDIO_VCC 7

AUDIO_VCC 8

BRN
50P
CN1001
CN003
☛ AU BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 6)

To TUU2
CN002
4

8P

5A
24V
F001

X7R
50V
C005

1005
0.001
3-4. SCHEMATICS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

12V
12V
12V
12V
REC_6.5V
REC_6.5V
REC_6.5V
REC_6.5V
REC_6.5V
REC_6.5V
REC_3.3V
REC_3.3V
REC_3.3V
REC_3.3V
|

REC5V-BE

8
6
4
2

50
48
46
44
42
40
38
36
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10

AUDIO_VCC
EMI
G

1
FL003

GND

1005
R026

CHIP
2 GND
3 REC5V
5

4 REC5V

AC_DET

PFC_DET
0.001 5

X7R
50V
C017

1005
C019 GND

0.001
G
6

0uH
0uH
GND

EMI

FB038
FB053
FL001
7
|

STBY3.3V
FB051
HDMI_STBY3.3V

12V
AC_DET 0uH 8 AC_DET

REC6.5V
FB024 0uH
9 GND
10 BL_ON
BL_ON FB026 0uH
DIMMER 11 DIMMER
FB025 0uH
6

12 INV_FAIL1
INV_FAIL FB027 0uH
BALLANCER_ERR 13 BALLANCER_ERR
FB028 0uH
BL_IN 14 BL_IN
FB029 0uH
HP_DET 15 HP_DET
FB030 0uH
|

DSP_INT 16 DSP_INT
FB032 0uH
HDMI_DSP_MUTE2 17 DSP_MUTE2
FB031 0uH
REC_ON 18 DTT_PON
FB035 0uH
HDMIPC_WP 19 HDMI_WP
FB033 0uH
20 GND
7

21 GND

BE_ON2 22 SET_ON2
FB037 0uH
23

REC5V
BE_ON SET_ON
FB034 0uH

G
BE_WDT 24 BE_WDT

EMI
|

FL002
0 R083
BE_RST 25 BE_RST
1 FB036 0uH
NC
CN4001

DDC5V_DET_1 26 DDC_DET2
BE_ON 2 BE_ON 0 R078
TO FB1 BOARD

FB023 0uH DTT_WDT 27 X_WDTRST


REC5V 3 0 R041
HDMI_HOTPLUG_CTRL 28 HPG_CTL
4 0 R081
8

GND

CN7022
DDC5V_DET_0 29 DDC_DET1
GND 5 0 R076

TO HW2 BOARD
30 FE_SCL1
I2C_TAS_SCL_1
V2_V 6 V2_V_IN
0 31
R028 GND
V2_L 7
V2_L 32 FE_SDA1
I2C_TAS_SDA_1
|

GND 8
33 GND
GND 9
0 EMMA_SPDIF 34
R031 FE_SPDIF
V2_R 10 0 R056
0 V2_R EMMA2_AOBCK 35
R035 EMMA2_AOBCK
HP_L 11 0 R060
HP_L EMMA2_AOLRCK 36 EMMA2_AOLRCK
GND 12 0 R062
EMMA2_AOMCK 37 EMMA2_AOMCK
9

GND 13 0 R057
0 EMMA2_AOD2 38
R037 EMMA2_AOD2

V2_LR_IN
HP_R 14 0 R061
001:8E HP_R EMMA2_AOD0 39 EMMA2_AOD0
HP_DET 15 HP_DET 0 R058
FB044 0uH EMMA2_AOD1 40 EMMA2_AOD1
GND 16 0 R059
|

C013 0.001 41 GND


GND 17 0uH
FB046 42 GND

HP_LR_OUT
STBY3.3V 18
0uH 43 ASUB_R
FB007

STBY3.3V
LED_1(STBY) 19 STBY_LED
0uH 44 ASUB_L
FB008
LED_2(PMUTE) 20 PMUTE_LED
0uH 45 GND
FB009
LED_3(TSUSHIN) 21 ON_TIMER_LED

CN7152
0uH 46 GND
FB010
10

LED_4(REC) 22 REC_LED

TO HW3 BOARD
0uH REC_Y 47 REC_Y
FB011
VED_5(POWER) 23 POWER_LED
D017 MAZ8056G0LS0 REC_C 48 REC_C
GND 24
VD031 R133 0 49 GND
25 0uH
|

SIRCS SIRCS
CHIP FB047 50 GND
REC_3.3V 26
0uH

REC3.3V
FB012

X7R
27

50V
BLK
50P

BL_IN BL_IN

C014
1005
CN005

0.001
D018 MAZ8056G0LS0

CN7001
NC 28
VD032 0uH 1 GND

TO HW1 BOARD
FB014
MAIN_COMP_OUT

POWER_SW 29 POWER_SW
D019 MAZ8056G0LS0 2 GND
MAIN_V_OUT

GND 30

X7R
50V
C010

1005
11

0uH 3

0.001
VD033 M_YS
31 FB015
KEY 0uH M_CB/B
KEY1 FB048 4 M_CB/B
STBY5V 32 M_Y/CV
5

STBY5V
M_CV/Y
LOGO 33 LOGO M_CR/R
|

FB002 0uH 6 M_CR/R


GND 34 M_C
7 M_C
NC 35 M_Y/G
8 M_Y/G
STBY3.3V 36
9 GND
IRO 37
10 GND
GND 38
S_C 11 S_C
12

SET3.3V 39
S_CR 12 S_CR
NC 40
13 GND
CN004
40P
S_Y/CV 14 S_CV/Y
|

15 GND
16 GND

PC_H_OUT 17 PC_H_OUT

PC_V_OUT 18 PC_V_OUT
CN4002

PC_H_IN 19 PC_H_IN
TO FB1 BOARD
13

PC_V_IN 20 PC_V_IN
16V
0.1
C009

1005

21 GND
22 GND
REC3.3V
|

MAIN_H_SYNC 23
0uH

ADT75ARZ-REEL EPP(CCPM)_HS
FB006

IC001 0 R098
SPI_SI 24 DL_SI
22 0 R046
RB005
1
8

SPI_SCK 25 DL_SCK
0 R050
DL_CS 26 DL_CS
2
7

0 R048
27 GND
3
6

28 GND
14

HDMI_SEL_2 29 HDMI_INSEL2
4
5

0 R073
HDMI_SEL_1 30 HDMI_INSEL1
0 R071
HDMI_SEL_4 31 HDMI_INSEL4
|

0 R077
HDMI_SEL_3 32 HDMI_INSEL3
0 R075
33 HDMI_SCL
34 HDMI_SDA

CEC_IN 35 CEC_IN
0 R080
CEC_OUT 36 CEC_OUT
0 R079
15

CEC_ON 37 CEC_ON
1005
0 R074
BE_FAN_DRV1 CHIP 38 FAN_DRIVE1
0 R105
BEM_SDA2
BEM_SCL2

39 FAN_ERR
0
*R106
|

BE_FAN_DRV2 40 FAN_DRIVE2
0 R104
41 X_MDM_RST
42 UART2_DCD
43 UART2_RST
44
BEM_I2C_2

UART2_CTS
45 UART2_TX
16

46 UART2_RX
47 GND
TV_EMMA_UART

48 GND
|

49
FE_I2C_0

GND
TV_EMMA_TX
50 TV_EMMA_TX
FE_SCL0 0 R030
BEM_I2C_3

51 FE_SCL0
BEM_I2C_2

TV_EMMA_RX 0 R033
52 TV_EMMA_RX
FE_SDA0 0 R027
53 FE_SDA0
0 R034
17

54 BEM_SDA3
0 R096
BEM_I2C_1

55 BEM_SDA2
BEM_SCL3 0 R093
56 BEM_SCL3
0 R094
|

57 BEM_SCL2
0 R091
58 GND
59
FE_I2C_2

GND
BEM_SCL1
60 BEM_SCL1
0 R092
61 FE_SDA2
BEM_SDA1 0 R036
62
18

BEM_SDA1