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42 Inch Plasma Display Training & Trouble Shooting Guide

G-5

PDP-42A3HD PDP-4214HD
Technical Training Department 1925 E. Dominguez Street Long Beach, CA 90810

Contents
Controls and Connections.....4~7 Front View..4 Rear View...5 Remote Control.......6~7 Basic Block Diagrams.8~15 Overall Block Diagram.....8 ATSC Tuner Tuner Block....9 Digital Block.......10~11 DTT and Analog Block.....12~13 Display Block Description & Factory Mode.14~15 Signal Flow Block Diagrams16~28 Analog Tuner Input Main Flow..16 Analog Tuner Input Sub Block..17 Composite Input Main18 Composite Input Sub..19 S Input Main.20 S Input Sub..21 ATSC (HD Signal) Main.22 ATSC (HD Signal) Sub..23 Component Input Main..24 Component Input Sub25 HDMI Input Main.26 HDMI Input Sub..27 Caption Input..28 Input and Tuner Board Locations29 White Balance Adjustment.....30 Power Down Tip...31 Troubleshooting (Tuner Module)...32~73 No Power32~33 No HDMI........34~35 No Component Signal.....36~37 No TV Signal.....38~39 No Video or No S Video Signal..40~43 No Audio.44~50 No Caption.52~53 No Remote Control Operation54~55 No Key Control..56~57 DTT Board Troubleshooting58~73 Disassembly...74~77 Troubleshooting (PDP Panel)..78~99 Required Tools..78 Parts List (Boards & Versions)79 Basic Troubleshooting Flow Chart..81 Model & Serial Number Location.82 Panel Crack Identification.82 Connectors and Cables...83~86 Vertical or Horizontal Lines..87 No Picture...88~90 Abnormalities in the Picture.91 Power Off92~95 Detaching Connectors & Boards96~99 Adjustments.100~101

Plasma Display Front view

S TA N D B Y

DTV

TV

VC R

D VD

HDMI

POWE R

S TA N D B Y

DT V

TV

VCR

DV D

HDM I

STANDB Y /ON

PO WE R

STANDBY /ON

1 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5

POWER button STANDB Y indicator Current input source indicators Remote control sensor INP UT button

6 7 8 9 10

OK button MENU button VOLUME /+ buttons CHANNEL /+ button s STANDB Y/O N button

Rear view

INPUT

VIDEO 3 L

R AUDIO

S-VIDEO 3

10

VIDEO 2 L R DTVANTENNA IN ANTENNA / CABLE IN VIDEO AUDIO MONITOR OUT OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT

L-AUDIO-R

S-VIDEO 2

L-AUDIO-R

CB/PB

CR/PR COMPONENT 2 L R COMPONENT 1 HDMI HDMI AUDIO SERVICE ONLY AC IN

VIDEO 1

L-AUDIO-R

S-VIDEO 1

L-AUDIO-R

Y INPUT

CB/PB

CR/PR

The terminals have faced downward.

1 VIDEO 3 terminals (AUDIO/VIDEO/S-VIDEO) 2 DTV-ANTENNA IN terminal 3 ANTENNA/CABLE IN terminal 4 MONITOR OUT terminals (AUDIO/VIDEO) 5 DIGITAL OUT terminal (OPTICAL) 6 VIDEO 1/VIDEO 2 terminals (AUDIO/VIDEO/ S-VIDEO)

7 COMPONENT 1/COMPONENT 2 terminals (COMPONENT VIDEO/AUDIO) 8 HDMI terminal (AUDIO/HDMI) 9 RS-232C terminal (service only) 10 AC IN terminal

Remote control unit


1 2 3 4 1 HD WIDE : Adjusts the picture to fit the 16:9
INPUT HD WIDE

TV

14
AV SELECTION SOUND EFFECT SCREEN SIZE

15 1 4 2 5 8 0
C.C. FAVORITE CH SLEEP DISPLAY

3 6 9
CH ENTER

5 7 6 7 8 9
CH RETURN

16 17 18 19

OK

MENU EXIT BACK

10 11 12 13
SPLIT

20 21 22

wide aspect ratio. Available in DTV mode. 2 INP UT : Displays all available input sources. Press the or button to select the required input source. 3 AV SELECTION : Selects the picture mode (Standard, Dynamic, Movie, Game or User). 4 SOUND EFFECT : Selects the sound effect (Flat, Speech, Movie, Music or User). 5 0-9 : Select the channel. 6 (dot): Selects the sub-channel of DTV. 7 C.C.: Display captions while in the closedcaption source. 8 FAVORITE CH : Selects the favorite channel. 9 / /|/\: Controls the cursor in the onscreen menu. 10 CH RETURN : Returns the selected channels. 11 EXIT : Exits from any display. 12 CH +/ : Changes the channel. \ \

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CH
MUTING

VOL

SPLIT INPUT SPLIT CH+

P IN P SHIFT SPLIT CH LIST

SWAP

DTV SIGNAL

MTS

CH DELETE

MUTING: Mutes the sound. To turn the sound back on, press the MUTING, VOL+ or VOL buttons. 14 TV : Switches between operation and standby mode. 15 SCREEN SIZE: Changes the aspect ratio of the screen (Zoom/Cinema/Full/4:3/Wide). 16 CH ENTER: Enters channels. 17 SLEEP: Sets the sleep timer. 18 DISPL AY: Shows the display. 19 OK: Executes a command. 20 MENU : Displays the on-screen menu . 21 BACK: Returns to the previous menu screen. 22 VOL +/:Sets the volume.

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CH

MUTING

VO L

SPLIT

SPLIT INPUT SPLIT CH +

P INP SHIFT SPLIT C H

S WA P

Slid e

DT V SIGNAL

MT S

FAVORITE LIS CH DELETE T

23

SPLIT

SPLIT INPUT SPLIT CH+

P IN P SHIFT SPLIT CH LIST

S WA P

DTV SIGNAL

MTS

CH DELETE

24 25

26 27

W hen using the remote control unit, point it at the Plasma Display.

23 SPLIT Function Buttons SPLIT : Selects the SPLIT mode (Off, PIP Twin1 , or Twin2). SPLIT INPUT : Selects an input source for the sub picture. P IN P/SHIFT : Selectsa position for the subpicture. SWAP : Interchanges the main picture and sub-picture. SPLIT CH +, SPLIT CH : Changes the channel of the sub-picture. 24 DTV SIGNAL : Displays the signal strength and quality. 25 MTS : Selects the sound mode . 26 CH DELETE: Deletes a channel in Edit Channel List. 27 LIST : Displays the channel list. Press the or button to select the required channel.
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(Power Supply)

(Main CPU)

(Tuner Block Analog & HDTV)

(RGB Block)

(Front Panel LED's)

ATSC Block
+3.3V
CPU & MPEG Decoder Customer Settings
Operating System

+2.5V +1.2V +5.0V +2.5V +1.2V

. D C-DC Converter

+3.3V +A6VCC +2.5V

EEPROM 16KB

Flash 4MByte

Linear Reg.

ATSC ATSC

Digital Tuner

Channel Decoder

CPU MDIN MDIN


150 (TL955B2-SH) 150

UART0 (Commu nication) UART1 (RS232C) UART2 (RS232C) For Deb ug Communication To Disp lay Bo ard

Jack Ant
DDR SDRM NTSC NTSC Analog Tuner 32MByte 3

ATSC YPbPr Out (720P/108 0i) ATSC CVBS Out (480I Out)

CVBS NTSC SIF_A

DDR SDRM 32MByte


Audio Audio DAC DAC ATSC /PDIF ATS S/PDIF DigitalDigitalSW SW

IIS (ATSC) L/R ATSC

S/PDIF O ut

ATSC = Advanced Television Systems Committee (Digital Television Standards)


NTSC = National Television System Committee (Analog Television Standards)

1. Digital PCB Block

A : Component Video input Block(BA7657) B : ADC and HDMI receiver Block(MST3388M) C : Real Timer Block(M41T81) D : RS232 communication part E : Micom Block(SDA6001+K4S641632H-TC60+AM29LV160DT) F : Deinterlace Block(MDIN150+K4S643232H-TC60) G : Sub-Video Decoder Block(VPC3230) H : Scaler Block(ASI510) I : LVDS transmitter Block(DS90C387)

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Block Description of DTT


1. DC-DC Block is composed of Regulators(BA05(5V), LP3965ES(1.2V), LP2995MX(VREF,VTT)) and SMPS powers(2V5VCC,3V3VCC,A6VCC). 2. UART Communication is composed of UART1(Communication), UART2(RS232), UART3(RS232 for debug) 3. The EEPROM block stores the current states, channels, and other user setting values. 4. The Flash Rom block stores operation source. 5. ATSC input block is composed of Digital tuner(DTT7608) and channel Decorder(LGDT3303). 6. NTSC input block is composed of Analog Tuner and connects in Video decorder(uPD64012). 7. DDR SDRAM block is composed of 4 32MByte and stores the current Video and information instantly. 8. The CPU block functions MPEG decoder, converts the video format and controls the related IC's. 9. The Audio DAC converts from IIC Audio to L/R Analog Audio. 10. The SPDIF outputs 5.1Ch Dolby Digital audio signal.

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2. DTT & Analog PCB Block


A : Channel Demodulator Block(LGDT3303) B : ATSC Tuner Block(DTT7608) C : Analog Tuner Block(FQ1236) D : DDR SDRAM Block(HY5DU281622ET-H x 4) E : MPEG Decoder Block(TL955B2-SH) F : Audio Decoder Block(MSP4440) G : Video Switch Block(CX2069Q) H : Flash Rom Block(E28F320J3A) I : Power input Block J : Main Video decoder Block(uPD64012+HY57V161610DTC-7)

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3. Digital PCB Block A : Indication LED Block B : Audio AMP Block(TA2024B) C : AV input Block D : Control key Block

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Block Description of Display


1. The ADC & HDMI receiver used on this board (MST3388-110). 2. The Video Decoder is composed of uPD64012 and VPC3230, converts from analog signal to digital video signal. UPD64012 is used for 480I sub picture only. 3. The CXA2069 switches input signal and selects the signal. Analog Only (Tuner,YC and composite). 4. The MDIN150 is de-interlacer, it functions that interlaced signal converts de-interlaced signal and improves picture quality. (I/P Converter) 5. The ASI510 is scaler IC, scaling video signal it interfaces with related IC and outputs 24 bit RGB format video. 6. The SDA6001 is composed of micom and closed caption block, it controls related IC, power on/off system, and signal flowing system. 7. IO expander functions that it increases the IO port from receiving IIC communication signal. 8. The real timer(M41T81) is timer with using the clock generator.

Factory Mode
1. To enter the test mode press keys on remote control in sequence as below. TV/AV 0 9 1 7 You can make adjustments, but proper settings are very critical for set operations

Normally no adjustments are required to this product, even after a repair or PCB has been changed.

2.

Self-check mode and error code is not applicable in this set.

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Display BLOCK
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG) 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S

HDMI HDMI

RGB
9886 MST3388 9886

24 5

-110

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

ATSC I2S SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

MSP44X0

MICOM_CVBS

L/R Main (Power Amp)

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decode) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV1 L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB

IIC LED Key

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

Tele-text C/C

I/R

Bat. Bat.

. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

15

. 3V3VCC

ATV Input(Main)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk A-INE[23:0]

HDMI HDMI

(~DE) 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG)

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5 8 Bit MUX

Panel

ATSC ATSC
HDMI I2S & S/PDIF

4 A-H/V Sync & clk MDIN MDIN

YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150

24

150 150 D-INO[23:0]

HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6001 RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

16

. 3V3VCC

ATV Input(Sub)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG) 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

17

. 3V3VCC

CVBS Input(Main)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S (~SOG)

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

18

. 3V3VCC

CVBS Input(Sub)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S (~SOG)

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

19

. 3V3VCC

S Input(Main)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S (~SOG)

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

20

. 3V3VCC

S Input(Sub)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S (~SOG)

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

21

. 3V3VCC

ATSC Input(Main)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S (~SOG)

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

Speaker Amp Amp


TA2024B TA2024B

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

22

. 3V3VCC

ATSC Input(Sub)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk A-INE[23:0]

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

(~DE) 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG)

24 5 8 Bit MUX

Panel

ATSC ATSC
HDMI I2S & S/PDIF

A-H/V Sync &4clk MDIN MDIN

YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150

24

150 150 D-INO[23:0]

HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

23

. 3V3VCC

Component Input(Main)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG) 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF A-H/V Sync & clk 4 MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

24

. 3V3VCC

Component Input(Sub)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk (~DE) A-INE[23:0] 30 (~SOG) 8 Bit MUX HDMI I2S & S/PDIF 4 A-H/V Sync & clk MDIN MDIN MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150 24 150 150 D-INO[23:0] HDMI I2S ATSC I2S JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

24 5

Panel

ATSC ATSC
YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

25

. 3V3VCC

HDMI Input(Main)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk A-INE[23:0]

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

(~DE) 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG)

24 5 8 Bit MUX

Panel

ATSC ATSC
HDMI I2S & S/PDIF

A-H/V Sync &4clk MDIN MDIN

YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150

24

150 150 D-INO[23:0]

HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

26

. 3V3VCC

HDMI Input(Sub)
4 D-H/V Sync & clk A-INE[23:0]

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

(~DE) 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG)

24 5 8 Bit MUX

Panel

ATSC ATSC
HDMI I2S & S/PDIF

4 A-H/V Sync & clk MDIN MDIN

YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150

24

150 150 D-INO[23:0]

HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Speaker

Amp Amp

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

27

. 3V3VCC

Caption Input
4 D-H/V Sync & clk A-INE[23:0]

HDMI HDMI

RGB
MST3388 -110

(~DE) 30 JJLVDS Tx L003 L003 DS90C387 (~SOG)

24 5 8 Bit MUX

Panel

ATSC ATSC
HDMI I2S & S/PDIF

4 A-H/V Sync & clk MDIN MDIN

YPbPr 1 YPbPr 1 YPbPr 2 YPbPr 2

MDIN BA7657 7657 7657 uPD 150

24

150 150 D-INO[23:0]

HDMI I2S ATSC I2S

Audio Audio
(2069, (2069, MSP44X0, MSP44X0, 4052) Audio 4052)

~ 480P
CVBS1 Y1/C1

64012 (I/P) (Video 8 Bit RGB/FB For CC MUX

ASI510 (Scaler)
V-H/V Sync & clk

L/R SC2 (CXA2069)

SIF _A L/R Main (CXA2069) L/R ATSC L/R DTV1

L/R Aux. (Headphone)

NTSC_CVBS NTSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS ATSC_CVBS

Decode, C/C & 3D)

MSP44X0

L/R Main (Power Amp)

MICOM_CVBS

CVBS 1 CVBS 1 CVBS 2 CVBS 2 CVBS 3 CVBS 3

VPC3230 CVBS2/Y2 C2 (Decoder) LPF Audio L-Main Audio R-Main To MSP

16

V-IN [15:0]

L/R DTV2

CXA2069 (A_S/W)

MICOM_CVBS SDA6000M RGB/FB Tele-text

IIC LED Key I/R

From MSP4440 Output

MAX232 MAX232

Amp Amp

Speaker

Y/C 1 Y/C 1 Y/C 2 Y/C 2 Y/C 3 Y/C 3


CVBS & Audio

L/R SC2 L/R SC2 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS1 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS2 L/R CVBS3 L/R CVBS3 L/R DVI L/R DVI

5Vst

Real IIC Real Timer Timer (M41T81) (M41T81)

Rx/Tx

C/C

Bat. Bat.
. M7V . A6VCC
232C MAX232 MAX232 Rx/Tx

RS232C RS232C

I/O Expender

. A12VCC . 12VCC . 2V5VCC

LINE_OUT

28

. 3V3VCC

Tuner / Digital / Input & SMPS Power Modules

10 21 To "2.5 Rear Section 11 10 10 3 10 12 10 10

4 10 9

12 2 6 10 7 8 18 16

18 22 10 10 10 10 16 10 17 10 14 16 19 20 To "2.2 Exterior Section(1) 10 14 15

Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 SMPS Assy DTT_ANALOG Assy DIGITAL Assy EMI FILTER PCB Assy BRKT FAN-TOP FAN D05X12TL(50x50x10) Screw M3x14, SEMS,ZNW ASSY SHIELD MAIN Screw M3x8, SEMS,ZNW BRKT N-FILTER Screw M3x8, SEM(E),ZNW BRKT REAR BOTTOM Screw T4x16,SS,T/T,BH,BLK BRKT MAIN AV-USA Screw T3x8,2S,T/T,BH,BLK Screw M3x8,3S,HH,FNI Screw M4x8,BH,BLK Wsher (10) NUT UNF 3/8INCH832 ASSY SHIELD MAIN TOP

Part No. 150-2040 010-2640 010-2741 010-2742

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30172-01-001 10511-07-001 M1040301415 01434-0010 M1040300815 30173-01-000 M1033400615 30104-03-001 M1305401617 30165-02-001 M1305300817 M1116300805 M1015400817 M1231111002 M1211210002 M1305300817

ASSY BRKT MAIN SUPPORTER 01433-0060

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ADJUSTMENT

1. At shipment, the unit is adjusted to its best conditions. Normally, it is not necessary to readjust even if an assembly is replaced. If the adjustment is shifted or if it becomes necessary to readjust because of part replacement, etc., perform the adjustment as described below. 2. Any value changed in Service/Factory mode will be stored in memory as soon as it is changed. Before readjustment, take note of the original values for reference in case you need to restore the original settings. 3. Use a stable AC power supply.

ADJUSTMENT OF WHITE BALANCE


Adjustment of White Balance
1. Equipment MIK7255 or Pattern Generator CA-210 Display Color Analyzer Remote Control.

2.

Pattern adjustment ADC Calibration : Mik pattern #240 Auto-Calibration Mode ; 480p/60Hz ; 720p/60Hz ; 480i/60Hz White Balance adjustment pattern: Mik pattern #446 Color coordinate adjustment Mode: 720p/60Hz(Component) Composite NTSC

3. STEP1: ADC-Calibration
1) At 480p, do Auto-Calibration of ADC-cut off & Gain(1 2) At 720p/60Hz, repeat 1) 3) At 480i, repeat 1). ) on Mosaic pattern(ex Mik pattern #240)

4.

STEP2: Adjustment of White - Balance


1) At Component input 1. 720p/60Hz, adjust white Balance Mid , High ,Low at pattern Full white 70% (Ex; Mik pattern #446) 2) At Composite NTSC, repeat 1) 3) White Balance coordination (enter White Balance in Factory Mode) How to enter; TV/AV -> 0 -> 9 -> 1-> 7 (press buttons one at a time to enter factory mode) -> ASI510 W/B -> Done (it shows R,G,B adjustment toolbar) (1) Mid : x=0.283 , y=0.298 +/- 0.02 (9300k) (2) High : x=0.276 , y=0.283 (3) Low : x=0.313 , y=0.329 +/- 0.02 (11000k) +/- 0.02 (6500k)

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Power Down Quick Troubleshooting Tip Plasma Panel shuts down immediately After power on.

First unplug the two connectors on the SMPS Assembly (the connectors with all brown wires). Next unplug the TMDS connector from the Display to the panel assembly (silver shielded connector). Try to power the set on in this condition. If the power stays on you will need to troubleshoot the Panel assembly PCBs. If the power still shuts down you need to troubleshoot the Display, DTT, SMPS Audio or Thermal sensor assemblies.

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1. No Power
Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of the input power &cable connection. (JP730,JP701(DTT&Analog, JP709(Digital),JP230(AMP)) Check the condition of on-board regulators. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No Power When Powered ON

#1(M-7V) at JP730 In Digital B/D Waveform 1 #3(Power) at JP730 In digital Board Waveform 2 #5(POMUTE) at JP730 In digital Board Waveform 3 #74,75 at U29 in digital B/D Waveform 4,4 - 1 The signal waveform of X3 in digital B/D Waveform 5 The data line waveform of U28 Waveform 6,6 - 1 Change Digital B/D

NG

Check SMPS (Power Supply Board)

NG

Check SMPS &Micom Block(U29)

NG

Check SMPS &Power Line in Digital B/D

NG

Check the state of soldering in U401,U800,U29

NG

Check the input power part in U29

NG

Check the U28 and related Circuit

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<Waveform 1 >

<Waveform 4-1 >

<Waveform 2 >

<Waveform 5 >

<Waveform 3 > 33

<Waveform 6-1 >

2. No HDMI Signal
Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of Conection of the HDMI input Connector Check the condition of Soldering state in HDMI input part. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No HDMI signal

#37,38 at U401 in digital B/D Waveform 7 #108,109,111,112, 114,115,117,118 DC level At U401 In digital Board Waveform 8 EDID data at U4 In digi tal Board

NG

Check the state of soldering at U401,U800,U29

NG

Check input signal part of U401

NG

Check HDMI_PWR &5VSTB

No sound in HDMI mode

NG

Check the EDID data &Audio output at U401

Check the signal at JP4(HDMI Connector)

NG

Change JP4

Change Digital B/D

34

<Waveform 7 SCL >

<Waveform 7 SDA >

<Waveform 8 > 35

3. No Component Video Signal


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input component video signal. Check the condition of soldering state in U401 Check the short point in signal l ine. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No Component signal (SMPTE Color Bars)

#22,25,27 at U1 in digital B/D Waveform 9 The output signal At U401 In digital Board Waveform 10 Dose the signal appear at PR14~19 In digital B/D Waveform 11 Dose the signal appear at PR29,31,34,35,38,39 In digital B/D Waveform 12

NG

Check the state of soldering at JP1 &input signal part

NG

Check U401 and Y400 and related circuit

NG

Check U16 and Y2 and related circuit

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

Check the LVDS Cable and JP500 in Digital B/D

NG

Change the LVDS Cable &LVDS chip

Change Digital B/D

Test Patterm : SMPTE Color Bats

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< Waveform 9 #22 >

< Waveform 10 >

< Waveform 9 #25 >

< Waveform 11 >

< Waveform 9 #27 > 37

< Waveform 12 >

4. No TV Signal
Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input TV signal. Check the condition of soldering state in Tuner & input part Check the short point in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No TV signal (SMPTE Color Bars)

#63 at U706 in DTT & Analog B/D Waveform 13 #119 At U711 In DTT&Analog Board

NG

Check A_CVBS1 input part

NG

Check U706 & input part of U711

Waveform 14 Dose the signal appear at PR22,24 25,26 In DTT&Analog B/D Waveform 11 Dose the signal appear at PR29,31,34,35,38,39 In digital B/D Waveform 12

NG

Check U16 and Y2 and related circuit

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

Check the LVDS Cable and JP500 in Digital B/D

NG

Change the LVDS Cable &LVDS chip

Change Digital B/D

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< Waveform 13 >

< Waveform 12 >

< Waveform 14 >

< Waveform 11 > 39

5. No Video Signal (CVBS)


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input CVBS signal. Check the condition of soldering state in CVBS & input part Check the short point in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No CVBS signal (SMPTE Color Bars)

#8(1),15(2),22(3) at U706 in DTT & Analog B/D

(1):VIDEO01 (2):VIDEO01 (3):VIDEO01 NG

Check CVBS input part

Waveform 15 #119 At U711 In DTT&Analog Board NG

Check U706 & input part of U711

Waveform 14 Dose the signal appear at PR22,24 25,26 In DTT&Analog B/D Waveform 11 Dose the signal appear at PR29,31,34,35,38,39 In digital B/D Waveform 12

NG

Check U16 and Y2 and related circuit

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

Check the LVDS Cable and JP500 in Digital B/D

NG

Change the LVDS Cable &LVDS chip

Change Digital B/D

40

< Waveform 15 >

< Waveform 12 >

< Waveform 14 >

< Waveform 11 > 41

6. No Video Signal (S-VHS)


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input S-VHS signal. Check the condition of soldering state in S-VHS & input part Check the short poi nt in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No S-VHS signal (SMPTE Color Bars) (1):S-VIDEO01 (2):S-VIDEO01 (3):S-VIDEO01 #10,12(1),17,19(2),24,26(3) at U706 in DTT & Analog B/D
Waveform 16,16-1

NG

Check CVBS input part

#121,128 At U711 In DTT&Analog Board


Waveform 17,17-1

NG

Check U706 & input part of U711

Dose the signal appear at PR22,24 25,26 In DTT&Analog B/D Waveform 11 Dose the signal appear at PR29,31,34,35,38,39 In digital B/D Waveform 12

NG

Check U16 and Y2 and related circuit

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

Check the LVDS Cable and JP500 in Digital B/D

NG

Change the LVDS Cable &LVDS chip

Change Digital B/D

42

< Waveform 16 C >

< Waveform 17 Y >

< Waveform 16 Y >

< Waveform 12 >

< Waveform 17 C > 43

< Waveform 12 >

7. No Sound DVI Audio (Sine wave input)


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input DVI Audio R/L. Check the condition of soldering state in DVI Audio R/L &input part Check the short point in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No Sound in DVI Audio R/L

#29,31 at U706 in DTT & Analog B/D

NG

Check DVI Audio input part

Waveform 18 #56,57 At U751 In DTT&Analog Board NG

Check U706 & input part of U751

Waveform 19 #11,15 At U200 In Audio Amp Board

NG

Check U751 and Y800 and related circuit

Waveform 20 #28,31,27,24 At U200 Waveform 21 Change Speaker

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

44

< Waveform 18 >

< Waveform 21 >

< Waveform 19 >

< Waveform 20 > 45

8. No Sound in CVBS (Sine wave input)


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input CVBS Audio R/L. Check the condition of soldering state in CVBS Audio R/L & input part Check the short point in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No Sound in CVBS Audio R/L (1):VIDEO01 Audio (2):VIDEO01 Audio (3):VIDEO01 Audio #9,11(1),16,18(2),23,25(3) at U706 in DTT & Analog B/D Waveform 18 #56,57 At U751 In DTT&Analog Board NG NG Check CVBS Audio input part

Check U706 & input part of U751

Waveform 19 #11,15 At U200 In Audio Amp Board

NG

Check U751 and Y800 and related circuit

Waveform 20 #28,31,27,24 At U200 Waveform 21 Change Speaker

NG

Check U200 and X2 and related circuit

46

< Waveform 18 >

< Waveform 21 >

< Waveform 19 >

< Waveform 20 > 47

9. No Audio in Component Input (Sine wave input)


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input Component Audio R/L. Check the condition of soldering state in Component Audio R/L &input part Check the short point in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No Sound in Component Audio R/L (1):Component1 Audio (2):Component2 Audio #50,51(1),47,48(2) at U751 in DTT & Analog B/D Waveform 19 #11,15 At U200 In Audio Amp Board NG NG Check Component Audio input part

Check U751 and Y800 and related circuit

Waveform 20 #28,31,27,24 At U200 Waveform 21 Change Speaker

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

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10. No TV Sound (Sine wave input)


Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of connectin of the input TV SIF. Check the condition of soldering state in TV SIF input part. Check the short point in signal line. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

No Sound in TV input

#67 at U751 in DTT & Analog B/D

NG Check TV SIF input part

Waveform 22 #11,15 At U200 In Audio Amp Board NG

Check U751 and Y800 and related circuit

Waveform 20 #28,31,27,24 At U200 Waveform 21 Change Speaker

NG

Check U20 and X2 and related circuit

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< Waveform 22 >

< Waveform 20 >

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11. No Caption
Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the back Solding state in 96 pin connector(JP12(Digital),JP701(DTT&Analog)) Check the CC_RD,GD,BD,FB,VD,HD signal in I C. Check the I2C between Micom and uPD64012 or EEPROM. Check the Flash Memory or SDRAM.

CC in Remocon is O.K. but the CC Does Not display OK Waveform 23 NG

Check the Micom_CVBS (Pin 121) of IC SDA6001(U29) OK

Check Micom CVBS Connection part

Waveform 24 R,G,B,FB,H-sync V-sync NG Check the crystal(X2) and related parts on U29

Check CC_R,G,B,FB,H,V-sync of IC SDA6001(U29) OK

Change the uPD64012

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< Waveform 24 R >

< Waveform 24 FB >

< Waveform 24 G >

< Waveform 24 H-sync >

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< Waveform 24 V-sync >

12. Remocon
Remocon switch push but the key does not function Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the Solder state and pin of Connector JP10 Check the Solder state in LED Board. Check the I2C between Micom and EEPROM. Check the Flash Memory or SDRAM.

Remocon is O.K. but the Function does not operate. OK Waveform 25 NG

Check the IR Micom(Pin 76) of IC SDA6001(U29) OK

Check Remocon output and Power in LED Board

Check the Micom part (IIC Comunication, other Control line) OK

NG Exchange the IC(U29)

When you power switch off, the set off OK

NG

Exchange the IC(UP1)

Exchange the Digital Board

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< Waveform 25 >

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13. Key
Key switch is OK but the key does not function Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the Solder state and pin of Connector JP10 Check the Solder state in Key Board. Check the I2C between Micom and EEPROM. Check the Flash Memory or SDRAM.

Control key is O.K. but the Function does not operate. OK Waveform 26 NG

Check the key1,key2 (Pin 124,125) of IC SDA6001(U29) OK

Check Control Key Board and Power in LED Board

Check the Micom part (IIC Comunication, other Control line) OK

NG Exchange the IC(U29)

Check IR processor (UP1) OK

NG

Exchange the IC(UP1)

Exchange the Digital Board

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< Waveform 26 >

< Waveform 26-1 >

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DTT Basic Inspection


Not Working When Powered On Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the condition of the input power &cable connection. (JP709) Check the condition of on-board regulators. Check for short circuits between each power terminal and the ground.

Not Working When Powered On OK *JP 709 1. 3.3V 2. 3.3V 3. 3.3V 4. GND 5. GND 6. GND 7. 2.5V 8. 2.5V 9. 2.5V 10. GND 11. GND 12. GND *JP 701 9. A6VCC 10. A6VCC

Check the Digital Board or SMPS

NG

Check the voltage output of JP709 & JP701. OK

Perform short circuit test on each power lines.

NG

Check the voltage output of JP709 & JP701 after connecting them. OK

Check the power line path from connector to on-board regulators.

NG

Check the input voltage of on-board regulators OK

Check the soldering status of on-board regulators. Perform short circuit test on each power lines.

NG

Check the output voltage of on-board regulators OK Check the power line path from on-board regulators to each components.

Note) Please refer to the power diagram of PAU-42THD for detail power connectivity information. Note) Each input power of DTT comes via the digital board of SMPS directly. So, please check the digital board prior to SMPS when power input is not working properly.

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Basic Inspection
Mulfunction or Not Working of Remote Control Unit Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the battery condition of the Remote Control Unit. Check against the a set that works normally to see if the RCU (Remote Control Unit) is working. Check whether the connector between Digital Board and DTT&Analog Board is connected. (JP701) Note that DTT board does not receive the key directly from RCU. Instead, MCU of digital board gets the keys and passes them to DTT through the UART0. (Pin 34 &35 of JP701)

Mulfunction or Not Working of Remote Control Unit

Check the battery of the RCU. Check the RCU. OK

NG

Replace the battery/RCU

Check the connector (JP701) OK

NG Secure the connector

Waveform 1 (When 'OK' key is pressed) NG

Check the UART0_RX signal (Pin 33 of JP701) OK Check signal line path to the main CPU of DTT board (U2)

Check the digital board / Check the IR & LED board

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Basic Inspection
Power Supply is O.K. but the DTT Does Not Wake Up Preliminary Checkpoints

Check the System Clock (27MHz)and the RESET terminal of CPU. Check the UART communication terminals between CPU and digital board (UART0). Check the I2C between CPU and LGDT3303 or EEPROM. Check the Flash Memory or DDR-SDRAM.

Power Supply is O.K. but the STB Does Not Wake up Waveform 2 Check the System Clock 27MHz (Pin 15) of IC MK2475-33G (U261) OK NG

Check X-Tal(Y261) and related parts

Waveform 3 Ch:CLK, Ch2:CLK~ NG Check the Vref and VTT voltage and clock of DDR-SDRAM or related parts

Check DDR-SDRAM Clock (Pin 45 and 46) of DDR-SDRAM (U5, U6, U7 and U8) OK

Waveform 4 Ch:3.3V, Ch2:Reset NG

Check system reset of Pin1 on U281 OK

Check the soldering state of U281 or Replace U281

Waveform 5 Ch1:Reset, Ch2:CS/ Ch3:OE/ NG Check Flash Memory (U40) or related parts

Check RESET, CS and OE signals of Flash Memory OK Check for other defective modes Useful Tips

1. An Unstable 27 MHz clock may be due to defect of X-TAL or clock generator (U261). Replace the X-Tal or U261. 2. DDR-SDRAM have difference clock inputs which are positive and others are negative signal (Double Data Rate). 3. Vref and VTT are have Vcc/2 and check the power source whether defected. 4. When replacing parts, be cearful of static charges from the tip of the solder iron that can easily damage the parts. Also, check for assembly condition, soldering condition, or for incorrect or reverse insertion of parts. 5. If the problems are caused by CPU, change CPU board and download Serial Number.

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< Waveform 2 >

< Waveform 5 >

< Waveform 3 >

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Basic Inspection
Does Not Boot after Power-On or System Reset Preliminary Checkpoints

The system clock 27MHz must be stable during the System Reset or the Power On Reset. However, if X-TAL is defective, the clock may not become stable until RESET is released. To check reset timing, turn the main power off and back on, and check if the following waveform is maintained.

Does Not Boot after System/Power-On Reset Waveform 2 Waveform 4 Check the Reset and clock timing of CPU

Reset timing promlem

27 MHz Clock problem

Check the reset signal of Flash and Pin1 of U281

OK

Check the soldering status of X-TAL(Y261) and U261

Check the communication between DTT and digital board OK

NG

Check the soldering status of JP282. Check the digital board

Waveform 5

Check the soldering status of U40(Flash Memory) and U62

NG

Check Flash Memory

NG

Check the waveform CS and OE of Flash Memory

OK

Waveform 6 Ch1:SLC, Ch2:SDA

Check the soldering state of EFPROM

NG

Check the 12C Line (Pin 6, 5 of U31) OK Check for other defective modes

Useful Tips 1. The CPU have two 12C for system controller. One is communicate with system 12C(TDA10046) and the other is communicate with serial EFPROM for storing data. 2. When the system will not operate even though the basic inspection results were normal, check Flash Memory which contains channel data and program contents. 3. Additionally check for Local DATA and Local ADDRESS buses between CPU and Flash Memory. 4. When replacing parts, be careful of static changes from the tip of the solder iron that can easily damage the parts. Also, check for assembly condition, soldering condition, or for incorrect or reverse insertion of parts. 5. If the problems are caused by CPU, change CPU board and download Serial Number.

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< Waveform 2 >

< Waveform 6 >

< Waveform 4 >

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CPU / SYSTEM MEMORY INSPECTION CPU /System Memory Inspection


Error Occurs During S/W Installation or Update through BOOTROM Board. System Stops During Initial Booting or Operation. Preliminary Checkpoints

If the system does not respond even though no problem was found after basic inspection, you need to check the flash memory that contains program codes for the proper system operation, Flash Memory Control signals that look similar to below waveforms will be repeated. The main cause of the problems related to System Memory (i.e.Flash and DDRSDRAM)is the soldering of parts. Therefore, first check the soldering condition and the power supply of IC.

Error Occurs During S/W Installation or Update through BOOTROM Board. Waveform 5

NG

Check Flash Access signal CE(Pin 14), OE(Pin 54)

OK

Check CPU and Flash Memory (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, etc.)

NG

Check the Data and Addresses of DDR-SDRAM

OK

Waveform 7 Ch:DDR0A0 CH:DDR0D0

OK

Re-check the basic inspection items

Check for other defective modes

Useful Tips 1. Check CE, OE and WE of Flash Memory when system does not operate or cannnot update for new software. 2. When the system will not operate even though the basic inspection results were normal, check Flash Memory which contains channel data and program contents. 3. Additionally check for Local ADDRESS buses between CPU and Flash Memory. 4. Check the Memory interface of DDRSDRAM if the Flash Memory is not defected. 5. When replacing parts, be careful of static charges from the tip of the solder iron that can easily damage the parts. Also, check for assembly condition, soldering condition, or for incorrect or reverse insertion of parts. 6. If the problems are caused by CPU, change CPU board and download Serial Number.

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< Waveform 5 >

< Waveform 7 >

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MPEG INSPECTION MPEG Inspection


No problems Found during Basic and CPU/System Memory Inspections, but MPEG Does Not Play. - Check DDR SDRAM Interface/Transport Stream(TS). Preliminary Checkpoints

If the system does not respond even though no problems were found during the basic inspection and the CPU/Flash inspection, you will need to check the DDR-SDRAM interface. Check control lines between DDR-SDRAM and CPU also data/address lines. The main cause of the problems related to System Memory (i.e.Flash and DDR-SDRAM)is the soldering of parts. Therefore, in the event of a problem, first check the condition of the soldering and the power supply of IC.

No problems Found on during Basic/Memory Inspections but MPEG Play Does Not Work Waveform 8 Ch1:RAS/, Ch2:CAS/, Ch3:WE/ NG Check the output of DDR SDRAM control interface OK Waveform 7

Check the solding status of DDR-SDRAM (U5, U6, U7 and U8)

NG

Check the adress and data lines of between CPU and DDR-SDRAM

OK

OK

Recheck the basic inspevtion items

Check for other defective modes

Useful Tips 1. Make sure that basic function of the system is normal by checking that the VFD toggles each time you press the Front power key. 2. Check the interface between CPU and DDR-SDRAM U5, U6, U7 and U8. The interface is composed of clock(133MHz), address, data and control signals. 3. If all connections are complete, replace the DDR-SDRAM. 4. If the problems are caused by CPU, change CPU board and download Serial Number.

< Waveform 7 > 66

< Waveform 8 >

A/ V INSPECTION A/V Inspection


No Video Output - CVBS/YPbPr Preliminary Checkpoints

If no video is output while the UI(User Interface)and key controls are normal, first check the video output signal of CPU. If no video signal found,check the TS parallel data between CPU and U531. If no output of TS data,check the U531 and relevant components.

No video Output OK U2(PIN:A9):CVBS U2(PIN:B9, C9): S-VHS JP141(PIN1, 3, 5,):YPbPr

Check the Video output of CPU OK

NG

Check the path between CPU and JP705, JP706 (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

Waveform 9-1 (CVBS) Waveform 9-2 (YPbPr) Check the TS line between CPU and U531 OK Check for other defective modes

NG

Check the TS signal path from tuner to U531.

Useful Tips

1. If no output of TS data but tuner is good, check the U531 and relevant components.

< Waveform 9-1 >

< Waveform 9-2 > 67

A/V Inspection
No Audio Output Preliminary Checkpoints

If no audio is output through JP800 while the system is normal, first check the CPU AUDIO output and clock. [I2S interface ]. If no problems were found, check the U671 for Audio DAC.

No Audio Output OK Waveform 10 Ch1:SCLK, Ch2:LRCLK, Ch3:ADATA0

Check the CPU 12S output OK

NG

Check the path between CPU and Clock (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

Waveform 11 Check the Audio clock Pin 9 of U261 OK NG Check the X-TAL and U261 (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc)

Check the Audio DAC for U761 OK Check for other defective modes

NG

Check the path between Audio DAC and CPU (Incorrect insertion, poor solding, short circuits, damage, etc)

Useful Tips

1. The Audio problem largely from the defect of CPU, Audio DAC or incomplete soldering of the parts located along the audio output path. 2. Audio DAC pins represent serial data, LR clock, Bit clock and system clock, respectively.

< Waveform 10 >

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< Waveform 11 >

A/V Inspection
No digital audio output Preliminary Checkpoints

If the SPDIF output is not working while the system is normal (Including MPEG play and A/V output), check for any problems with the SPDIF output of CPU.

No IEC958 Digital Output

Waveform 13 Check the IEC958 output signal J5 of U2 OK Check for other defective modes

NG

Check the path between CPU and IEC958 line (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

< Waveform 13 >

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CHANNEL INSPECTION Channel Inspection


No Channel Locking with No Problems with Power/CPU Preliminary Checkpoints

If channel locking fails even though there is no problems with the system, check the Interface between Tuner, LGDT3303 and CPU.

Channel locking failure

- LDGT3303 Input Power * +3.3V Pin21, 35, 61, 93 * +1.8V PIN16, 19, 32, 42, 47, 55, 63, 68, 74, 81, 85, 89, 100

Check the LGDT3303 input voltage OK

NG

After the basic inspection, check the path between U501 and LGDT3303 (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc)

- LDGT3303 PIN26 * low : reset on * high : reset release

Check the LGDT3303 input (Reset) = high Waveform 14 OK

NG

Check the path between CPU and LGDT3303 (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

- LGDT3303 Pin 79, 80 * 25MHz clock

Check the LGDT3303 input clock OK

NG

Check the path between LGDT3303 and X-Tal (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

- 12C CLOCK [PIN48] - 12C DATA[PIN49] Check the 12C control

NG

Check the path between devices the LGDT3303 and EEPROM Also, check Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

Check other related part

Useful Tips 1. Check the power byU532 are properly provided to the U531. 2. Check the 12C interface between tuner and 10046. If no problem, inspect along the tuner output path to TDA10046. Whether the components of R, L, C's soldering status. 3. If no problem, replace the Tuner. 4. If the problems are founded by CPU, replace the CPU board and also download SN.

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< Waveform 14 >

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CHANNEL INSPECTION 2 Channel Inspection


No Channel Locking with No Problems with Power/CPU Preliminary Checkpoints

If channel Locking fails even though there is no problems with the system, check the TUNER 12C BUS and IF signals. If the Tuner 12C and IF signals are good but cannot search, check TS data goes to CPU

Channel locking failure

* +5VDT of PIN 3, 7 Check the TUNER power

NG

After the basic inspection, check the path between SMPS and TUNER (Incorrect insertion, poor soldring, short circuits, damage, etc)

OK * PIN48 [SCL] of LGDT3303 * PIN49 [SDA] of LGDT3303 NG Check the path between CPU and LGDT3303 (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

Check the 12C DATA and CLOCK of TUNER Waveform 15 OK

* VIN+ * VIN-

Check the TUNER output (VIN+, VIN-) Waveform 16 OK

NG

Check the path between LGDT3303 and TUNER (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

* PIN22(TUNER_AGC) of LGDT3303 Check the TUNER AGC Waveform 17 * PIN46(VSB_CLK) of LGDT3303 high : lock low : unlock OK

NG

Check the path between LGDT3303 and Tuner (Incorrect insertion, poor soldering, short circuits, damage, etc.)

Check the output of Pin46 is high, also check clock and valid of LGDT3303 OK

NG

Replace the related parts (demodulator)

* VSB_D [7 : 0] of LGDT3303

Check the TS DATA output and goes to CPU

NG

Replace the related parts (demodulator)

Check for other defective modes

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< Waveform 15 >

< Waveform 16 >

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DISASSEMBLY
1 Rear Case(42a3HD), Stand and Shield Assys

1 2 3

Remove the 15 screws (T4 x 16). Remove the two screws (M4 x 12). Remove the 17 screws (M4 x 8).

1 3

3 3 3

3 1 3

1 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

SHIELD ASSY and STAND ASSY

4 5 6

Remove the nine screws (M3 x 8). Remove the four screws (M4 x 12). Remove the stand.

4 4 4

4 4 4 4 5 5

5 5 6
STAND ASSY

SHILED ASSY

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2 ANALOG, DIGITAL and EMI FILTER

7 8 9 10

Remove the six screws (M3 x 8). Remove the eight screws (M4 x 8). Remove the connector (right center left). Remove the ANALOG DIGITAL EMI FILTER.

7 9 7

7 9 7

13 14
Remove the Assy Brkt V-supporter L and R. SMPS

13 14

11 12 13 14

Remove the four screws (M3 x 8) to release the ASSY BRKT MAIN. Remove the four screws (M5 x 12). Remove the eight screws (T4 x 16). Remove the five screws (M3 x 8) to release the SMPS.

12 14 14

12

11 14

11
ASSY BRKT MAIN

13

13

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3 SHIELD SIDE
Remove the SHIELD SIDE

15 16 17

Remove the three screws (T4 x 16). Remove the screw (M4 x 10). Remove the three screws (M4 x 8).

15

13

15

13

17 17

16

17

15

PDP PANEL

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4 SPEAKERS

20 18 20
Remove the two screws to release the LED PCB.

20

Remove the eight screws (T4 x 14) to release the SPEAKER L/R.

SPEAKER R

18

SPEAKER L

20 20
LED PCB

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HOW TO DIAGNOSE THE PDP MODULE

HOW TO DIAGNOSE THE PDP MODULE (PDP-NP42H5MF01PA/PB)

1. List of tools required for repair 2. Points of failure diagnosis for a Board Assy (PKG) 3. Replacement method of a Board Assy (PKG) and notes on replacement 4. Adjustments after replacement of parts in the module 5. Operation check

1. List of tools required for repair


a) Phillips screwdriver:For detaching/reattaching PKGs b) Antistatic wrist strap: To be used when electronic components, such as PKGs, are to be handled c) Signal generator (PC, etc.) :For voltage adjustment and display check d)DVM:For voltage adjustment. f ) D V M Tester:For cable check, voltage adjustment, etc. g) Cushion:To be used when the PKGs are to be replaced

Note: Be sure to wear a wrist strap when you detach/reattach PKGs (Board Assy) to protect electronic components from being damaged by electrostatic charges.

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PARTS LIST
NP42H5MF01PA/PB
SYMBOL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12
PART NAME TYPE NAME VERSION PKG42H5G1 03B PKG42H5C1 17C-08 PKG42H5J7 02A PKG42H5J8 02A PKG42H5J5 02A PKG42H5J6 02A PKG42H5E1 02A PKG42H5E1 02C PKG42H5E2 02A PKG42H5E2 02C PKG42H5E3/50X6E3 02A PKG42H5J4 02A PKG42H5J3 02A PART NO 9S899891 9S890002 9S899895 9S899896 9S899893 9S899894 9S899897 9S899862 9S899898 9S899863 9S899899 9S899919 9S899918 QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 NOTE High Voltage Board Digital Board Data Relay Board(Left Down) Data Relay Board(Right Down) Data Relay Board(Left Up) Data Relay Board(Right Up) Scan Relay Board(Up) Scan Relay Board(Down) Scan Relay Board(Center) Common Connection Board Common Relay Board

Notes:

The version of a board assy (PKG) is indicated on the label on the board assy. When replacing the scanning relay board assys (PKG-C), make sure that the PKG-U and PKG-D of the same version are used, to ensure correct scanning timing.

12

1
Scan Relay Board (Up)

Data Relay (Left up)

Data Relay (Right up)

7 11
Common Connection Common Relay Board

10
High Voltage Board

8
Digital Board

2
Data Relay Board (left) Data Relay Board (right) Scan Relay Board (Down)

3
Version label of the board assy (PKG) Part name Serial number HW version SW version Digital PKG

4
Part name Serial number Version number Other PKG

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Compatible table of the board version


NP42H5MF01PA/PB
Upper compatible if no terms.
Name of (board) Version 03B Replaceable Version Conditions Note

High Voltage Board PKG42H5G1 Common Connection Board PKG42H5J4 Data Relay Board(Left Down) PKG42H5J7 Data Relay Board(Right Down) PKG42H5J8 Data Relay Board(Left Up) PKG42H5J5 Data Relay Board(Right Up) PKG42H5J6 Common Relay Board PKG42H5J3 Scan Relay Board(Center) PKG42H5E3/50X6E3

03B
01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A
02A 01A

01A/02A Scan Relay Board(Up) PKG42H5E1


02A 01A Scan Relay Board(up) should be combined with the same version of Scan Relay Board(Down) .

01C/02C
02C 01A

01A/02A Scan Relay Board(Down) PKG42H5E2


02A 01C Scan Relay Board(Down) should be combined with the same version of Scan Relay Board(Up).

01C/02C
02C 01C-07/02C-07 11C-07/12C-07 13C-07 14C-07

Digital Board PKG42H5C1

12C-08 14C-08 15C-08 16C-08 17C-08

17C-08

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

Follow the procedure below for failure diagnosis. Keep wearing Antistatic wrist Band until all work and testing has finished.

Procedure FOR BASIC Service TROUBLE SHOOTING From Service Manual of the product NG Exchange PDP Reconnect or exchange NG OK
Connectors/Cables Panel Crack Model, Serial No. and Panel ID.

Page 82 (1) Page 82 (2)

OK H Line

Page 83 - 85

Page 119-126 (Page 87-92) Reuse NG V Line


H Line
Phenomenon Reproductio

Picture

Power-off

V Line

Page 87

Page 91

Page118 Page119-122 Page 92-95 Page123-126

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(1) Model, Serial No., and Panel ID


Refer to the photographs below to find Model, Serial No. and Panel ID.
Model/Serial No.

Panel ID

NEC 408200943 MODEL NP42H5MF01 MADE IN JAPAN CODE AA-C3

NEC Plasma Display Corporation


Above Example Model:NP42H5MF01AA Serial No.: 408200943
222407145612

(2) Panel Crack


Refer to the photographs below to check panel for crack.

Panel may be cracked due to handling during or after transportation.

Exercise Caution when moving a product with damaged glass.

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(3) Connectors/Cables
(3-1) Check connectors and cables for breakage or disconnection referring to the photos below.

Data Relay Flexible Cable (UP)

Common Connection Board

High Voltage Board Common Relay Board

Digital Board

Data Relay Board (LD)

Data Relay Board (RD)

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Scan Relay Board (D)

Scan Relay Board(U)

Common Voltage Flexible Cable Data Relay Flexible Cable (Down) Data Relay Board (LU)

(Caution) Take care for the cable handling. Careless handling inproduction line may cause this Failure.

(3-2) Check connectors and cables whether they are connected and locked right. See Page 114-115 for the right procedure of connection. Data Relay Board (RU)

Scan Voltage Flexible Cable

Right Connection (Part 1)

High voltage Board( Photo) - Digital Board

Scan Relay Board (Photo) - Panel

Common Relay Board (Photo) - Panel

Locked

Unlocked

Right Connection (Part 2) High Voltage Board (Photo) -Scan Relay Board(Photo)

Digital Board (Photo) -High Voltage Board

High Voltage Board (Photo) -Data Relay Board

Locked

Unlocked

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Right Connection (Part 3)

Data Relay Board (Photo) -Panel

Common Connection Board (Photo) -Common Relay Board

High Voltage Board (Photo) -Common Relay Board (Photo)

Locked

Unlocked

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Right Connection (Part 3)

Data Relay Board (Photo) -Panel

Common Connection Board (Photo) -Common Relay Board

High Voltage Board (Photo) -Common Relay Board (Photo)

Locked

Unlocked

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Symptom : Vertical line Block

(Note)Typical Symptom are only shown. Another Symptom might appear.

Cause/Countermeasure: 1 Open or contact failure of Data flexible Cable ] Clean, Reconnect or exchange connector. 2 Failure in Data IC ] Exchange PDP.

Cause/Countermeasure: 1 Open or contact failure of connector between Data Relay Board and Digital Board/High Voltage Board ] Clean, Reconnect or exchange connector. 2 Open or contact failure of multiple Data flexible Cables ] Clean, Reconnect or exchange connector. 3 Failure in Data Relay Board ] Exchange the Data Relay Board. 4 Failure in multiple Data IC ] Exchange PDP.

Horizontal Line Symptom : Horizontal lines

Cause/Countermeasure: 1 Failure in Scan IC on Scan Relay Board - Exchange Scan Relay Board. 2 Open or contact failure of Scan Flexible Cable (CN01-CN04) at output side of Scan Relay Board (U,D) ] Clean, Reconnect or exchange connector. 3 Contact failure of connector between Scan Board and Scan Relay Board ] Clean, Reconnect or exchange connector. 4 Short between terminals of Scan IC due to screw dust ] Clean around the terminals.

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Picture Defect

(Note) Typical symptom are only shown. Another Symptom might appear.

Symptom:No Picture(Priming flash).

High Voltage Board Glass Fuse (F302)

Cause/Countermeasure: 1F302 open ] Exchange High Voltage Board.

OK: Short NG: Open

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Cause/Countermeasure: 2 If the connector CN7709 disconnected from Data Relay Board (RU )is short-circuited between Pin 1 (or 2) and GND (Pin 3 or 4) ] Data IC is broken ]Exchange PDP. 3 If the connector CN7709 disconnected from Data Relay Board (RU) is short-circuited between Pin 5 (or 6) and GND (Pin 3 or 4) ] Data Relay Board (LU) or (RU) is failed ] a) If the connector CN7608 disconnected from Data Relay Board (LU) is short-circuited between Pin 1 and GND (Pin 2 or 6) ]Data Relay Board (LU) is failed ]Exchange Data Relay Board (LU). b) If the connector CN7708 disconnected from Data Relay Board (RU) is short-circuited between Pin 1 and GND (Pin 2 or 6) ]Data Relay Board (RU) is failed ]Exchange Data Relay Board (RU). Data Relay Board (LU) Data Relay Board (RU) Data Relay Board (RU)

CN7608 CN7708 CN7709

CN7709

OK: Open NG: Short

Cause/ Countermeasure : 4 If the connector CN7909 disconnected from Data Relay Board (RD) is short-circuited between Pin 1 (or 2) and GND (Pin 3 or 4) ] Data IC is broken ] Exchange PDP. 5 If the connector CN7909 disconnected from Data Relay Board (RD) is short-circuited between Pin 5 (or 6) and GND (Pin 3 or 4) ] Data Relay Board (LD) or (RD) is failed ] a) If the connector CN7808 disconnected from Data Relay Board (LD) is short-circuited between Pin 8 and GND (Pin 3 or 7) ] Data Relay Board (LD) is failed ] Exchange Data Relay Board (LD). b) If the connector CN7908 disconnected from Data Relay Board (RD) is short-circuited between Pin 8 and GND (Pin 3 or 7) ] Data Relay Board(RD) is failed ] Exchange Data Relay Board (RD).

CN7909

CN7808 CN7908 CN7909 OK: Open Data Relay Board (RD) Data Relay Board (LD) Data Relay Board (RD) NG: Short

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Symptom:No Picture. (Priming doesnt flash if W-X erminals are short-circuited.)

High Voltage Board; Reverse

Cause/Countermeasure: No Diode characteristic ]Exchange High Voltage Board.

X (112) W (109) V (107) T


(99~103)

A (1~4)
PH2401F

B (6~9) C (10~13) D (15~18) E (24)

Checkpoints A-D A-E B-D C-D E-R F-N G-M H-I I-J K-L M-L N-P O-P Q-R R-S R-T S-T T-V WX

High Voltage Board; Surface

S (93~96) R (91) Q (86~89) P


(81~84)

PH2401F

O (76~78) N
(71~74)

F (33~35) G (39~40)

M (66~69) L K
(61~64) (57~59) OK: Diode characteristic NG: Other than above

H (49~50) I (53) J (55~56)

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Symptom:Abnormalities in a picture

One or more vertical bands, Multiple vertical lines

Transparent vertical band

Out of synchronization or duplication

Mosaic

Rectangular color shear,color discrepancy, shear in display

A number of lateral lines, Regular noise

Cause/Countermeasure : 1 Contact failure of connector adjacent to Digital Board or short circuit due to conductive obstacle ] Clean or Reconnect 2 Failure in circuit on Digital Board ] Failure in Digital Board

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Power off

(Note) Typical Symptom are only shown. Another Symptom might appear.

Symptom: No Picture(Priming doesnt flash) ]

Power off

Cause/Countermeasure: 1 F301 open ] Exchange High Voltage Board. 2 FU801 open ] Exchange Digital Board.

High Voltage Board OK: Short NG: Open

Glass Fuse (F301) Digital Board OK: Short NG: Open

Chip Fuse (FU801)

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Cause/Countermeasure : If short-circuited, disconnect connector between High Voltage Board and Scan Relay Board and, 4 Short between NEGA-POSI on High Voltage Board ]Exchange High Voltage Board. 5 Short between NEGA-POSI on Scan Relay Board (U) ]Exchange Scan Relay Board (U). 6 Short between NEGA-POSI on Scan Relay Board (D) ]Exchange Scan Relay Board (D).

High Voltage Board

Scan Relay Board (U) NEGA

POSI Checkpoint NEGA-POSI OK: More than k NG: Short High Voltage Board

Scan Relay Board (D)

POSI

Checkpoint NEGA-POSI OK: More than k NG: Short

NEGA

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Symptom: No Picture ]

Power off(Priming flash)

Cause/Countermeasure: R91 open ] Exchange High Voltage Board.

High Voltage Board Fuse Resistor (R91)

R91 OK: About 2.2 (1W) NG: Open

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Symptom: Failure in Writing ] Power off

Symptom: White pattern even in no signal ] Power off

Dark and rough picture

Many light spots on dark portion

Cause/Countermeasure:R150 open ] ExchangeHigh Voltage Board.

Cause/Countermeasure: R43,R61 open ] Exchange High Voltage Board.

Fuse Resistor (R43),(R61) R43 OK: About 3.3 (2W) NG: Open R61 OK: About 4.7 (2W) NG: Open R150 OK: About 4.7 (2W) NG: Open

Fuse Resistor (R150)

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METHOD OF DISASSEMBLY

Follow the procedure below for diagnosis.


Disassembly Prepare tools. Right photo

Prepare product.

Right photo

Disconnect connectors and cables on failed Board.

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Detach failed Board.

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Put on good Board.

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Connect connectors and cables.

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(Caution) Put cushion under failed PDP to cover general surface of glass before laying its screen down.

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Detach connectors and cables on failed Board.


(Caution) Be careful of handling cables and connectors to avoid Failure. Be sure to take off Heat Sink before detach Data Relay Board. See Page 30 for the procedure. Data Relay Board (LU) 8 connectors Data Relay Board (RU) 9 connectors

Common Connection Board 5 connectors

Common Relay Board 1 connector High Voltage Board 6 connectors

7 connectors

Data Relay Board (LD) 8 connectors

Data Relay Board (RD) 9 connectors

Loosen screws of failed Board and put on good Board.


(Caution) Be careful not to leave screwdriver, screw or screw dust. Be sure to take off Heat Sink before detach Data Relay Board. See the next page for the procedure. Data Relay Board (LU); 3 screws Data Relay Board (RU); 3 screws

Common Connection Board 9 screws

High Voltage Board15 screws

Data Relay Board (LD) 3 screws

Data Relay Board (RD) 3 screws

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Scan Relay Board (D) 2 screws

Digital Board 4 screws

Scan Relay Connection Board 2 screws

Common Relay Board15 screws

Scan Relay Board (U) 2 screws

Scan Relay Board (D) 5 connectors

Digital Board

Scan Relay Board (U) 5 connectors

Put on connectors and cables of good Board.


(Caution) Be sure to put on Heat Sink after assembling Data Relay Board.

Data Relay Board (LU) 8 connectors

Data Relay Board (RU) 9 connectors

Common Connection Board 5 connectors

Common Relay Board 1 connector

High Voltage Board 6 connectors

Digital Board 7 connectors

Data Relay Board (LD) 8 connectors

Data Relay Board (RD) 9 connectors

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Scan Relay Board (D) 5 connectors

Scan Relay Board (U) 5 connectors

How to detach Heat Sink

(Caution) Stress on detaching easily breaks flex cable because Data TCP is sticking with Heat Sink (heat-conductive silicone sheet).(See Photo4) 1. Slowly swing Heat Sink back and forth.(1,2) 2. Gently lift Heat Sink up from Data TCP.(1,2) 3. Repeat1 and 2 until Heat Sink is taken off.(3)

Before detaching

Heat Sink and Data TCP

Reverse of Heat Sink Be careful of sticking.

Heat-conductive silicone sheet

Data TCP mounted on Flexible cable

Heat Sink

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(1) Adjustments
Follow the procedure below. 1-1)Conduct (3)Adjustment of Vsw1 & Vsw2and(4)Adjustment of Vbw& Vp, when High Voltage Board is replaced. 1-2) There is no need of adjustment if Board other than High Voltage Board.

(2) Voltage Label Check


Voltage Label Be sure to confirm voltages on Voltage label before conducting adjustment.

Example Vbw : 115.2 Vsw1 : 220.2 VP : 249.8 Vsw2 : 210.1

Vbw

Vsw1

Vp

Vsw2

(s190.0/d70.0)115.2/220.2/249.8/210.1 ************************************* 408200943

(3) Adjustment of Vsw1 & Vsw2

(Caution) Use the nearest chassis for grounding.

Vsw1 : Adjust VR3 so that the voltage between Test Pad (TP328) and GND becomes Rated Voltage on Label 0.5V. Vsw2 : Adjust VR4 so that the voltage between Test Pad (TP310) and GND becomes Rated Voltage on Label 0.5V. High Voltage Board TP310 Vsw2

VR3 Vsw1

VR4 Vsw2 TP328 Vsw1

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(4) Adjustment of Vbw & Vp

(Caution) Use the nearest chassis for grounding.

Vp : Adjust VR1 so that the voltage betweenTest Pad (TP327) and GND becomes Rated Voltage on Label 0.5V. Vbw : Adjust VR2 so that the voltage betweenTest Pad (TP329) and GND becomes Rated Voltage on Label 0.5V.

High Voltage Board

VR2 Vbw TP329 Vbw

VR1 Vp

TP327 Vp

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