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EPSON EMP-7300 Service Manual

EPSON
Revision: 3 Jun 1998

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Epson (UK) Ltd. 1998

EPSON DATA PROJECTOR

XGA Data Projector


SERVICE MANUAL

EMP-7300

EPSON

INTRODUCTION
This Service Manual describes of the hardware information which is necessary for the smooth field service of the XGA DATA PROJECTOR EMP-7300 and the trouble shooting. As the primary technologies will be supplied with the service bulletin, you may update this manual.

HOW TO USE THE SERVICE MANUAL


Since the service manual describes the topics, which may be required in the field maintenance, you may utilize this for repair or diagnosis of failures. The contents are as following. Before you start the maintenance service, read every safety precautions and observe safety precautions and observe safety rules. Precautions : SAFETY, MAINTENANCE, and PERSON Chapter 1: GENERAL (PART NAME, SYSTEM FUNCTION, SPECIFICATION, etc.) Chapter 2: THEORY OF OPERATION (HARDWARE, INTERNAL CONNECTION, and FUNCTION OF UNITS, etc.) Chapter 3: DISASSEMBLE & ASSEMBLE (ASSEMBLY PROCESS FOR MAIN FRAME) Chapter 4: TROUBLE SHOOTING Appendix: PARTS LIST, EXPLODED DIAGRAM, CIRCUIT DIAGRAM, HARDWARE COMPARISON TABLE, etc.

VCCI RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE SELF RESTRICTION


This product is the type 1 information equipment and uses radio frequency energy and fully complies with the limits for the specifications in the computer information equipment radio interference regulation (VCCI rules). If not installed and used properly manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception.

TRADEMARK
IBM and DOS/V are the trademark or the registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh and Power Book are the registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. Windows is the trademark of Microsoft Corporation. EPSON is the trademark of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.

NOTICES
1. This document should not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. 2. Any of description in this document is the subject to change without notice in future. 3. The information and specification in this document are the most up-to-date at the time of publication. However, we are unable to guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the date of publication. In case of any mistake or lack of description, please kindly notify us to correct. 4. Any influence by utilizing the document may be out of our responsibility regardless the item 3 above. 1998 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION

Record of Revisions
History REVA Issued Date 1998,February.13 Alternation Preliminary Issued

Memo Random
Free area to memorize any important technical information here.

PRECAUTIONS
1. MAINTAIN THE SAFETY OF OPERATORS
(1) PROTECTION FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK * Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to turn off the power switch and remove the electric power cable from the electrical outlet. * Whenever inevitably turning the power on to the product opening the case or cover (repair process) be sure to take off any metallic materials such as a watch, cuffs, rings, and tie pins which may touch the metallic part of the product and dangerous of electric shock. (2) PROTECTION FROM ACCIDENTAL INJURY * Be sure not to touch the lamp inner housing and its circumstances after the power is turned off, they may be heated up even after the cooling down process was ended. Also make sure not to touch the light source and its circumstances during the operation of repair as turning the power on. * Make sure to protect your hands by gloves from sharp edges during assembly and disassembly. * Do not look into the light source or lens while the light is on. Protect eyes from being damaged. (3) PROTECTION FROM ACCIDENTS * Any operation should be done while the device placed on a flat and stable place to prevent the device or parts from being dropped. Be careful not to place tools and parts on the device or at your feet. * Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to away from a place for foreigner come across in order to prevent the product from being used in incomplete condition or accidental near miss. Be sure not to leave the product during any repair work. * Be sure to use attached power cable when you supply the power to the product.

2. SAFETY MAINTENANCE
(1) ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE * Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to wear the wristband and the electrostatic mat with grounding. When replacing any electric components (Boards and Optical engine), it is recommended to touch the electrostatic plastic bag of the component to the metallic part of the product once before take the component out from the plastic bag.

(2) LIMITATION OF PARTS * Use only authorized or supplied parts from EPSON for the replacement of mechanical parts including the lamp inner housing, fuse, air filter and so on. * Use only the power cable and the interface cables attached with the product. (3) Others * Visually checks the distortion or dirt at the connectors of the power cable. If dirty, clean off, and if distorted, replace the cable in order to avoid firing by the flush over phenomenon. * When plug the internal connector cables or the interface cables, be sure to fully plug into the connectors until it stack to the connector edge. * When remove the FPC cable of the light valve are sure to remove the connector lock in advance. The connector lock should be unlocked by pulling up the both end of connector lock simultaneously with tweezers. * Whenever doing removal of parts or repair work on the product, make sure that the work is done in a clean room, free of dust and dirt in order to keep the optical element away from dirt.

3. REQUIREMENT FOR THE MAINTENANCE PERSON


Authorized person should have the following knowledge and skill for the maintenance of EMP-7300. * Need to be trained by EPSON authorized maintenance training program and to be authorized as a service engineer. * Need to sufficiently understand the operation and the descriptions of this service manual. * Need to have the basic knowledge of electricity (safety operation, circuit diagram, electrostatic, and else...)

4. OTHERS
* Any questions on the RS-361/RS-376 maintenance including supply of the service parts or contents of the document would like to be contacted to the below address. Any technical information about amendments is occasionally available as the service bulletin. SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION 4897 OH-AZA SHIMAUCHI, MATSUMOTO-SHI, NAGANO-KEN 390 JAPAN TEL: 81-263-47-5603 FAX: 81-263-48-5680 ATTN: Visual Device Customer Support Group

Contents Chapter 1 Product general


1.1 PRODUCT GENERAL ................................................................................ 1-1 1.2 PART NAME............................................................................................... 1-2 1.2.1 Outside View of Main Frame ............................................................. 1-2 1.2.2 Inside View of Main Frame................................................................ 1-3 1.2.3 Outside View of Remote Controller ................................................... 1-7 1.3 CONNECTION............................................................................................ 1-8 1.3.1 Connecting to a PC ........................................................................... 1-8 1.3.2 Connecting to a Macintosh................................................................ 1-9 1.3.3 Connecting to a Video source ......................................................... 1-10 1.3.4 Connecting to an Audio source ....................................................... 1-10 1.4 MAIN COMPORNENT .............................................................................. 1-11 1.5 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................... 1-15 1.6 INTERFACE SPECIFICATION ................................................................. 1-17 1.6.1 Computer 1/2 .................................................................................. 1-17 1.6.2 Audio 1/2......................................................................................... 1-18 1.6.3 Audio Out ........................................................................................ 1-18 1.6.4 S-Video ........................................................................................... 1-18 1.6.5 Video............................................................................................... 1-19 1.6.6 Audio L/R ........................................................................................ 1-19 1.6.7 Mouse / Com 1/2............................................................................. 1-19 1.6.8 Receptor ......................................................................................... 1-20 1.6.9 RGB Video Input (EHQ option I/F)................................................... 1-20

Chapter 2 Theory of operation


2.1 HARDWARE............................................................................................... 2-1 2.1.1 Electrical System Connections .......................................................... 2-2 2.1.2 Optical System Connections (Optical Engine) ................................... 2-3 2.2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT .............................................................................. 2-5 2.3 CD10MA BOARD ....................................................................................... 2-8 2.4 CD10DR BOARD...................................................................................... 2-11 2.5 SWITCH PANEL....................................................................................... 2-14 2.6 CD10AU BOARD...................................................................................... 2-15 2.7 CD10MJ BOARD ...................................................................................... 2-17 2.8 CD10AJ BOARD....................................................................................... 2-19 2.9 CD10VJ BOARD....................................................................................... 2-20 2.10 CD10PJ BOARD..................................................................................... 2-21 2.11 CD10RC BOARD (RECEPTOR BOARD) ............................................... 2-22 2.12 SPEAKER UNIT...................................................................................... 2-24 2.13 LIGHT GUIDE UNIT................................................................................ 2-25 2.14 LAMP INNER HOUSING ........................................................................ 2-27 2.15 SENSOR / SWITCH................................................................................ 2-30

2.15.1 Interlock Switch ............................................................................. 2-31 2.15.2 Safety Switch ................................................................................ 2-32 2.15.3 Lamp House Thermistor................................................................ 2-33 2.15.4 LV Thermistor ............................................................................... 2-34 2.15.5 Front Temperature Thermistor ...................................................... 2-35

Chapter 3 Disassembly and assembly


3.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES .................................... 3-1 3.2 DISASSEMBLING THE MAIN UNIT............................................................ 3-5 3.2.1 Removing the Lamp Inner Housing ................................................... 3-6 3.2.2 Removing the Air Filter Frame Unit ................................................... 3-7 3.2.3 Removing the Upper Case Unit And Handle ..................................... 3-8 3.2.4 Removing the Switch Panel ............................................................ 3-10 3.2.5 Removing the Speaker Units Right / Left......................................... 3-11 3.2.6 Removing the CD10AU Board......................................................... 3-12 3.2.7 Removing the Receptor Board Assembly (FI Board / RI Board) ...... 3-13 3.2.8 Removing the CD10MA Board ........................................................ 3-14 3.2.9 Removing the Rear Case Unit Assembly ........................................ 3-16 3.2.10 Removing the CD10AJ/CD10MJ/CD10PJ/CD10VJ Board ............ 3-17 3.2.11. Removing the Lamp Thermistor ................................................... 3-19 3.2.12. Removing the Prism Duct / LV Thermistor.................................... 3-20 3.2.13. Removing the Safety Switch......................................................... 3-21 3.2.14. Removing the Optical Engine ....................................................... 3-22 3.2.15. Removing the Power Supply Unit / PBS Thermistor ..................... 3-23 3.2.16. Removing the Foot Adjuster A/B .................................................. 3-25 3.2.17. Removing the CD10DR Board Assembly ..................................... 3-26 3.2.18. Removing the FC Board............................................................... 3-27 3.2.19. Removing the Projection Lens Unit (PLU) .................................... 3-28 3.2.20. Removing the Cooling Fan / Optical Head Unit / Light Guide Unit/Exhaust fan....................................................................................... 3-29

Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4.1. Before Starting Troubleshooting Procedures.............................................. 4-1 4.1.1. Tools and Accessories Required for Troubleshooting ...................... 4-1 4.1.2. Field Replacement Parts .................................................................. 4-1 4.2. Entry .......................................................................................................... 4-2

Appendix
Parts table Circuit diagram Exploded diagram Hardware comparison table

Chapter 1 Product general

1.1 PRODUCT GENERAL


EMP-7300 XGA DATA PROJECTOR designed as the full compatible XGA projector is the maximum luminance device be used the new UHE lamp and the micro lens array with XGA resolution to project enhanced color images from the two personal computers CRT and any one of video equipment such as video tape deck, video camcorders or digital camera.

FEATURE OF EMP-7300
* Portable light weight, compact size The new type of power unit and circuit board and the simple structure enables to minimize the body in A4 file size with the weight of 6.7kg. An optional carrying case will be useful in transporting. * Bright and clear image The micro lens array, the new type of UHE-120W lamp (950lm.ANSI) and the optical block enable to achieve a wide projection image from 30" to 300" (projection distance : 1.2 to 12 m). An optional high brightness screen will supply the high brightness even in the light ambient. * High resolution full color (16770 thousands colors) 3 (R, G, and B) of TN liquid crystal panels of 786,432 pixel will supply XGA resolution of 1024 x768 dots. * Standard attachment of remote controller The projector can be controlled using a handheld remote control unit, with menus being provided for Image source switching and Image adjustment. The remote control can also be used as a wireless mouse to control mouse operations on the computer screen during presentations. The ELP LINK IITM software that comes with the projector provides a number of add-on features that are designed to make presentations more effective. * Connectivity with various computers The advanced data signal determination function enables EMP-7300 to connect with various computers such as IBM-compatible PCs and laptops, Macintosh. It also determines video signal of NTSC, PAL or SECAM in composite video, S-Video format. * Advanced Image Real-time Resizer The projector also features a new patented AIrRTM (Advanced Image Real-time Resizer) chip for supporting of miscellaneous computer output, as well as full XGA output. No matter what type of output is used, the result is full-size video image of outstanding clarity. * Simple Maintenance The maintenance easy. Number of image adjustment process is not required. * Theft - proof Kensington lock is available with hole on the lower case.

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1.2 PART NAME


1.2.1 Outside View of Main Frame
Speaker Temperature indicator Lamp indicator Remote controller signal receptor Theft-proof Zoom ring Handle Foot lever Front foot Operator panel Focus ring

Operator panel
Resize button Operation indicator Power button Source button Blank button

Tracking button Menu button Enter button

Sync button Menu button Volume button

Figure1- 1

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Lamp cover

Front foot

Rear foot

Air filter cover

Figure1- 2 Bottom side view

1.2.2 Inside View of Main Frame


Main board

Power supply unit

Figure1- 3 Inside view of main frame

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Driver board

Light guide unit

Figure1- 4 side view

LV Thermister

Prism duct

Driver board

Exhaust fan

Figure1- 5 Under the main board view

Inlet unit

REV.A 1-4

CD10AJ board

CD10MJ board

CD10RJ board

CD10VJ board

Figure1- 6 Inside of rear case unit

Foot adjuster A

Lamp Thermister

Lamp power cable

Safety switch

Light guide unit

Figure1- 7 Under the driver board view

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Filter board

Air filter frame

Filter cover switch

CN board

Inlet unit

Figure1- 8 Lower case view (Under the light guide block)

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1.2.3 Outside View of Remote Controller Remote controller

Source button

Menu button

Effect button

Effect button Pointer button Right click button

Blank button Custom button Resize button Freeze button Volume button Mute button

Power button

Front view

Rear view

Left click button Remote infrared Ray

Battery cover

Figure1- 11 Remote controller

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1.3 CONNECTION
1.3.1 Connecting to a PC

Computer 1

Computer cable (Attached Accessory )

Figure1- 13

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1.3.2 Connecting to a Macintosh


Computer 1

Mac. Desk top adapter (Attached accessory)

Computer cable (Standard accessory)

Figure1- 14

* Attached accessories Dip switch settings are required according to the machine type. Refer to the following table for detail. (Default setting is MAC13 mode.)
Table1- 1 MAC Adapter Dip Switch settings
Switch A Switch B

Mode VGA 640x480 13 640x480 16 832x624 19 1024x768 21 1152x870 13 Multi Res. 14 Multi Res. 17 Multi Res. 21 Multi Res.

MAC Adapter

Switch A ON 3,4,5 1,2,5 2,4,5 2,3,5 1,2,3,4,5 1,2,5 1,2,5 1,2,5 1,2,5

switch B ON 8 8 8 8 8 8 3,4,8 3,8/4,8 3,8

Figure1- 15 Monitor adapter

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1.3.3 Connecting to a Video source

Video

Audio L

Audio R

A/V cable (Attached accessory)

Figure1- 17 Connection for video source

1.3.4 Connecting to an Audio source


Audio out External audio devices

Audio cable (Consumable)

Figure1- 18 Connection for audio source

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1.4 MAIN COMPORNENT


CD10MA board

Figure1- 20 CD10MA board

CD10DR board

Figure1- 22 CD10DR board CD10AU board

Figure1- 23 CD10AU board

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CD10MJ board

Figure1- 26 CD10MJ board

CD10AJ board

Figure1- 27 CD10AJ board CD10PJ board

Figure1- 28 CD10PJ board CD10VJ board

Figure1- 29 CD10VJ board

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Power supply unit

Figure1- 30 Switch panel

Switch panel

Figure1- 31 Switch panel (15) Optical engine

Figure1- 32 Optical engine

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Receptor board

Receptor board

Receptor board

Figure1- 33 Receptor board

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1.5 SPECIFICATIONS
Table1- 2 specifications
OPTICAL FEATURES Display method Poly-silicon TFT (MLA built) color liquid crystal display (R/G/B three panels) Full lines, twelve phase block series Dichroic mirror separation and prism combine method Minimum 30 inch to maximum 300 inch 1.2 m to 12 m 1024 x768 dots, 2,359,296 pixels (786,432 x 3) Zoom lens F2.0 - 2.3 (55-72 mm) Manual Manual(1:1.3) 120 W (AC drive) UHE lamp,(type ELPLP05) 2000 hours at 50% brightness Typical:950Lm(ANSI), Average:85% of typical Dynamic speaker(3W-8) x 2 (stereo) External speaker 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack Internal speaker output is stopped when mini-jack is plugged. Output signal:0 to 500mVrms load imperdance:600 Audio signal(stereo) from the video devices. Input interface is separated with R(Right) and L(Left). Interface type:RCA jack Input signal:500mVrms Host computer 1 Audio input (stereo) Interface type:3.5mm Stereo mini-jack Input signal: 500mVrms/47K Host computer 2 Audio input (stereo) Interface type:3.5mm Stereo mini-jack Input signal: 500mVrms/47K For controlling EMP-7300 operating mode and controlling host computer from EMP-7300. Signal is detected with internal receptor board. Control range: Within 10 m and 30 degree wide (right/left), 15 degree wide (upper/lower) from receptor of LCP. Host computer RGB output Interface type: HD-15pin(DDC1/2B compatible) Input signal: Luminous 0.714Vp-p,Chrominous 0.284Vp-p. Interface type: Min-DIN 4pin S-Video is prior to composite video. Input signal: 0.7Vp-p, 75 sync: negative 0.3Vp-p Interface type: RCA jack TV signal type: NTSC 3.58MHz AL 4.43MHz SECAM 4.43MHz Auto identification(Default)

Optical method Projection image size Projection distance Resolution Projection Lens Focus adjustment Zooming adjustment Light Source Life(Lamp inner housing) Average iluminance AUDIO FEATURES Output for internal speaker Audio out Interface

Audio L/R interface (For Video device )

Audio 1 interface (For Computer 1) Audio 2 interface (For Computer 2) REMOTE CONTROL Wireless remote controller

VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT Computer 1 interface Computer 2 interface S-Video Interface

Video Interface (Composite video interface)

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MOUSE/COM 1/2 Serial Mouse or RS-232C

Auto identification (Mouse or RS-232C) Interface type: DIN 13pin

COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT (For EHQ option interface) Input signal: 0.7Vp-p, 75 This interface is as RGB video input sync: negative 0.3Vp-p terminal as well,then distinguish the Interface type: BNC jack signal classification automatically. Y :Commonjack as Video In G R-Y:Commonjack as Video In B B-Y:Commonjack as Video In R POWER SUPPLY Input Voltage Power Consumption Dimensions

Weight ENVIRONMENT Operational temperature Storage temperature Operational humidity/ Storage humidity Operational/storage Altitude

AC100-120V /200-240V 10% (50/60Hz) Approx. 260 W (Standby mode:30W) 300 mm (W) x 120 mm (H) x 363 mm (D) 300 mm (W) x 129 mm (H) x 400 mm (D) include foot adjuster and lens. Approx. 6.7 kg +5 to +40 degrees centigrrate -10 to +60 degrees centigrrate (non condensing) 20% to 80% / 10% to 90% (non condensing) 3048m / 6096m

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1.6 INTERFACE SPECIFICATION

Figure1- 35

1.6.1 Computer 1/2


Computer video input
5 10 15

D-SUB 15 (HD)
1 6 11

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Terminal Red video Green video Blue video Monitor (ID bit 2) GND Red video GND Green video GND Blue video GND

Pin 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Terminal +5V Synchronous GND Monitor (ID bit 0) SDA Horizontal synchronization Vertical synchronization SCL

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1.6.2 Audio 1/2


Stereo mini jack with 2 circuits for detection pin (The detection pin which is not required for audio input, is equipped for audio out terminal.)

H H H H H H H H H

1 pin: GND 2 pin: Computer audio input L 3 pin: Computer audio input R The other pins: NC

1.6.3 Audio Out


Stereo mini jack with 2 circuits for detection pin

H H H H H H H H H

1,4 pin: GND 2 pin: Audio output L 3 pin: Audio output R 5 pin: Detection of Line-out jack insertion The other pins: NC

1.6.4 S-Video
Mini DIN 4-pin with a detection pin
1,2,6 pin: GND 3 pin: Y signal input 4 pin: C signal input 5 pin: Input detection terminal

4 2

3 1

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1.6.5 Video
RCA Gold plating (only insertion part), Color: yellow Light angle H=15mm

1 pin: GND 2 pin: Video input

1.6.6 Audio L/R


RCA Gold plating(only insertion part), Color: L white R red Light angle H=15mm

3,6PIN 4,7PIN 5,8PIN

3,6 pin: GND 4 pin: Audio R return 7 pin: Audio L return

5 pin: Audio input L 8 pin: Audio input R

1.6.7 Mouse / Com 1/2

Multi-mouse jack 13-pin jack Signal meanings are different according to the operation mode.

4 8 12 13

1 5 9

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Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

PS/2 Mousel XA XB Reserved Reserved LEFT Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PCV(+5V) GND

98 Mouse XA XB YA YB LEFT RIGHT Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PCV(+5V) GND

Mac. Mouse XA Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved LEFT Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PCV(+5V) GND

Serial Mouse Reserved Reserved TXD READY GND GND GND Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved GND

PC serial/ Mac.serial Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved TXD RXD DTR DSR Reserved GND

1.6.8 Receptor

PIN: GND PIN1: GND PIN2: Serial Data

1.6.9 RGB Video Input (EHQ option I/F)

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Chapter 2 Theory of operation

2.1 HARDWARE
The hardware of EMP-7300 XGA data projector is distinguished in the optical system and the electrical system. The lower level beyond the breaking line in the Figure2-1 show the optical system, and the upper level shows the electrical system.
POWER SUPPLY UNIT Generates DC voltage (+5V,+12V,+22V, +3.3V) for the electric circuit. Generates AC voltage for the Light Source. CD10MA BOARD Conduct setting of the initial operation of circuit and control the computer interface. Conduct the internal control (Sensor, Fan, Speaker, Switch Panel) CD10DR BOARD Generate the R/G/B video signal and output to the Light valves. CD10MJ Mouse/ COM1/2 Computer 1/2 CD10PJ Audio Out Audio 1/2 S-Video Video in

CD10AJ

CD10VJ

SWITCH PANEL

R/G/B/BNC/HD/VD COOLING FAN *1

BLOWER FAN*3

EXHAUST FAN *2

OPTICAL HEAD UNIT (Polarization plate / Light valve R/G/B)

PRISM R/G/B composite

PROJECTION LENS UNIT Focus/Zoom

LAMP INNER HOUSING UHE 120W (Light Source)

LIGHT GUIDE UNIT Divide the light Into 3 (R/G/B) by Lens, filter, and Mirror

Note *1: Cooling fan cools the light valves of R/G/B (LCD panel) Note *2: Exhaust fan exhausts mainly the heated air around the light source. Note *3: Blower fan exhausts mainly the heated air in the power supply unit.

Figure2- 1 Optical system block diagram

(Projection process outline) 1.Digital or analog R/G/B signal is provided from a computer 1 or 2 to the CD10MA board through CD10PJ board. Analog signal (S-Video or Video signal) is provided to the CD10MA board through CD10VJ board. (Analog signal should be once changed into digital signal by the CD10MA board.) 2.Video signal (digital) is once stored in the video memory (SRAM) on the CD10MA board , then the CD10DR board generates signals to drive the light valves R/G/B. 3.The light valves R/G/B are individual panels each others. LCD driver signals generated CD10DR board drive LCD shutter. (They work to shut or transmit the lights from the light guide unit.) 4.The lights transmitted through the light valves will be combined the prism and projected through the projection lens unit.

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2.1.1 Electrical System Connections


Electrical units of EMP-7300 are physically connected mainly to the CD10MA board as shown below.
Cooling fan CD10MJ board CN100 CD10AJ board CN301 CN300 CN101 CD10VJ board CN620 CN902(MOUSE) (IN-FAN) CN402(AU)
CN401(S-DET)

CN100 CD10AU board CN101 CN102 Speaker L CN103 Speaker R

CN500

CN800 (IF-B)

CN100

CD10MA board
CN400(SW) CN652 CN621 CN650 CN900 (LAMP-FAN) (AIR-TH) (F-RC) CN600(PS)

CN201 (PC-IN) CN901CN200 CN622 (EX-FAN) (R-RC)(PC-SYN)

CN203 CD10PJ board CN204 CD10RC board

CN651 (LAMP-TH)

Lamp Thermister

CD10RC board Thermister CN700 CN104 CN800 LV Thermister CN900

Lamp

F a n

Power supply unit

Exhaust fan

Power unit fan

CN103

CD10DR board

Lamp inner housing CN100(Fuse) CD10FC board CD10FU board

Figure2- 2

EMP-7300 Hardware connection

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2.1.2 Optical System Connections (Optical Engine)


The optical systems consists of 5 blocks (Exhaust fan, Light guide unit, Optical head/Prism unit, and Projection lens unit) as shown below. These units and CD10DR board are specified as Optical engine and it is one replaceable part. In addition to the five items, CD10FC board is attached at the bottom of light guide unit. It relay the switch signal on the lamp inner housing to the CD10DR board. It is therefore independent of the optical functions.

Light guide unit Exhaust fan

Optical head/Prism unit

Projection lens unit

FC board

Lamp inner housing Mounting position

Figure2- 3 Optical block

(Inside view of light guide unit)

Figure2- 4

Inside of light guide unit

Figure2- 5

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Caution: Take care not to cause any shock or mechanical stress to the optical engine and also not to disassemble it. Otherwise, the pixel divergence may occur. The alignment adjustment for each other is applied in the factory, and also electrical correction is applied with CD10DR board according to the each optical engine. Therefor do not separate or exchange the each unit to the others.
Table2- 1 Unit function
UNIT NAME FUNCTION & REMARKS LAMP INNER HOUSING Include one UHE LAMP as a light source. CD10FU board is mounted for lamp inner housing detection. LIGHT GUIDE UNIT Disperse the light from the light source and uniform by the lens array A/B. (Ultraviolet ray also eliminated.) Disperse the light in three (R/G/B) factors, with condensor lens and mirror. Consist of three light valves, polarization plate and prism unit. Each light valve controls shutter of pixels with twelve levels. Prism unit composes R/G/B optical signals and transfers to the projection lens unit.

OPTICAL HEAD/ PRISM UNIT

Caution: Exhaust fan, Light guide unit ,Optical head /Prism unit, Projection lens unit and CD10DR board are treat as one parts named Optical engine.

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2.2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT


The Power Supply unit includes DC regulator, blower fan and interlock switch with lamp cover. The Power Supply unit generates the voltage for the control circuit (+3.3V,+5V, +12V, +22V) and for the ballast (AC power) from AC input Front temperature thermistor is installed on the side of the power supply inhale fan and is retained with a clamp on the power supply unit. It detects the temperature, if it senses overheat, it shuts off the regulator output via the CD10MA board. Although the outline of its function is shown below, please never disassemble the power supply unit at the field maintenance service.
Connect to CN600 on the CD10MA board (DC output and power control signals) Power cable for light source

Front temperature

Inhale fan Interlock switch

Figure2- 6 Power supply unit

(1) Function block


INTERLOCK SW N/C AC IN SAFTY SW N/C FILTER/ RECTIFIRE REGULATOR

POWER CONTROL

CD10MA BOARD

C N 6 0 0 Front temperature Thermister

BLOWER FAN

Light source lamp

AC +5V +22V +12V

Figure2- 7 Function block

+3.3V

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* The input signal from the safety switch is prepared for the protection of over heat. It shuts the supply of AC power with overheat condition. Safety switch is mounted on the light guide unit closed to the lamp inner housing.

(2) Outline of function


* The Interlock switch is built for the safety purpose. * The Interlock switch is accordingly work with the lamp cover at the bottom of main chassis. It is normally at the ON position. It will shut the AC power by opening the lamp cover. * The cable of the power supply unit is connected to CN 600 on the CD10MA board. Additionally, the following voltage and signal are connected to CN 800(801): DC output (+3.3/+5/+12/+22V), PWDS signal for the power down detection, PWON signal for power on/off. Lamp status signal (LPST), Power on/off signal (BACT). Caution: If the AC power cable is still connected after the power is shut off, +3.3V background voltage is supplied to the CD10MA board via CN 600. The background voltage is subsequently supplied to the power on/off circuit. * The filter/rectification circuit work to neglect noise on the AC line and generate DC voltage for the regulator. * The regulator generates the various level of DC voltage as shown in the below table in the switching regulator. The regulator detects the voltage output level at the +5V line and feed back to the switching circuit to maintain the output level stable regardless the load variation. Each output voltage level is not the subject of adjustment.
Table2- 2 Output specifications
Power source Output voltage accuracy (%) Ripple (mV p-p) Ripple/ Spike(mV p-p) Output current Min(A) Rated (A) Peak(A) Overvoltage protection Overcurrent protection Use +5V 5 200 200 1.0 2.4 +7V Transient (Note) Logic circuit +3.3V 5 100 100 0.3 2.0 +4.6V Distortion Logic circuit +12V 5 100 100 0.2 1.0 Distortion Analog circuit for LCD +12FV 12.0-13.8V 400 400 0.05 1.5 2.0 +16V Transient (Note) Fan/Audio circuit +22V 19.0-24.0V 400 400 0.0 0.3 +30V Transient (Note) Light valves

NOTE : Protection is the transient detection type, it is recoverable with power on.

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* The blower fan (connect to the CN622 on the CD10MA board) is built for exhausting the heat generated in the power supply unit. The heat exhausted by the blower fan will be exhausted outside by the exhaust fan which is connected to the connector CN 621 on the CD10MA board.

(3) Pin assignment on the CD10MA board connector CN 600


Table2- 3 CN600

PIN 1

CN600

PIN 20

Pin .No 1 2,3 4,5 6,7 8 9 1 to 12 13,14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Signal +5V_S +5V 3.3V 12V_F PWDS PWON L GND A GND -12V +12V +22V L GND LPSTC BACTA

Figure2- 8

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2.3 CD10MA BOARD


The CD10MA board controls the center of the product. It consists of CPU, P-ROM, video memory(SRAM), digital video controller, and circuits for switch panel control, computer in 1/2 interface control, display output control, power management control, and etc... The CD10MA board controls everything except to generate and audio output the display signal. The CD10MA board is available as a unit for the service parts.

Figure2- 9 CD10MA board

Figure2- 10 CD10MA board

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(2) Outline of function


1. Main CPU / SRAM and related circuits are backed up with +3.3V which provided from power supply. (If the AC cable is connected to the AC source, power supply provides the +3.3V for back-up bias even if the power is turned off condition.) 2. When the power is turned on with power button on the switch panel or remote to controller, CD10MA board generate the reset signal and initialize the circuit, and the CPU reads the program from F-ROM and write it into SRAM (IC409). Then the CPU sets functions according to the program and indicates the initial image. 3. Three thermistors (LV Thermistor / Lamp House Thermistor / Front Temperature Thermistor) detects temperature. If the temperature exceeds certain degrees, the thermistors signal generates interrupted signal to the main CPU and shut off the power supply regulation. 4. CN200 display input signals (Analog or digital) are converted into analog signal at first, then converted to digital again with ADC. These display data are write into the video memory (SRAM). 5. To display the data , received data are stored into the SRAM (IC300 to 305), then read out to the video controller via Super Impose (IC502). Digital video controller generate the display control timing and send to the CD10DR board. 6. The EEPROM (IC413) and timer circuit provided the operating time control of the light source bulb (lamp inner housing). Its operation is described below.
Table2- 4
Light source state When the operating time of the light source bulb (lamp inner housing) exceeds 1900 hours. When the operating time of the light source bulb (lamp inner housing) exceeds 2000 hours. When the light source bulb (lamp inner housing) runs out before its life. Lamp monitor state The lamp monitor continues to flash red and orange for 5 minutes after it is turned on. (The light source stays on) The lamp monitor lights in red. The lamp monitor lights in red.

If the above phenomenon is observed, it is necessary to replace the light source bulb (lamp inner housing) Then please turn on the switch. The fuse involved in the lamp will melt and short out so that lamp timer will be reset automatically. The temperature detection circuit (three of thermisters) the section is more than certain degrees, the circuit causes an interrupt to the CPU, then shut the power supply regulation.

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2.4 CD10DR BOARD


The CD10DR board has two functions, one is for converting the R/G/B display signal from the CD10MA board into twelve states of analog signals (light valve driver signals) and another is for controlling the display image by referencing electrical correction data.

Figure2- 12 CD10DR board

Figure2- 13

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(1) Outline of function


1. CD10DR board generates analog display signals for the light valve driver. DAC (digital signals converted into analog signals) , level shifter circuit for bios circuit / timing control, and interface connector connected to the light valve are installed on the board. 2. The signals RD(0~7)/GD(0-7)/BD(0-7) output from the CD10MA board are once converted into analog signals by the D/A before output to the video amplifier driver circuit (IC700 to 702, 800 to 802, 900 to 902) for light valves. 3. The timing signals (Hsync, Vsync etc..) output from the display controller are twelve channels DAC generated signals for R, G, B again, then the signals output to the light valves (LCD) via level shifter circuit. 4. Brightness is done that bios (R/G/B) generated from twelve channels DAC control, then changing each analog signals output level (R/G/B) of video amplifier circuit. 5. The flash ROM contains electrical correction data for image display. Correction data are read by display controller on CD10MA board. And use for display timing generation, brightness / contrast / chroma and density control. 6. Parameters read from flash ROM are read to CD10MA board, then send to twelve channels DAC on CD10DR board by serial data, and control the display signals and the timing signals. 7. Video amplifier circuit convert the input analog signals to the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) driver signals.

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(2) Circuit block diagram of CD10DR board


C RD0 to 7 N 1 0 GD0 to 7 3 IC200
RA1 to 12/RBIAS RDY DIR/CLY/CLX/DX/DY/ENB/NRG

IC250

GA1 to 12/GBIAS GDY

BD0 to 7
CLK/SCL/SDA CLR/HSYSC/ VSYNC

IC300 DAC(12)Channel CN100 CD10FC


REGULATOR

BA1 to 12/BBIAS BDY

P12V F101 P22V F100

BLUE LEVEL SHIFTER P5V

GREEN LEVEL SHIFTER

RED LEVEL SHIFTER

REGULATOR REGULATOR REGULATOR REGULATOR

VDDY VDDY P15V -9V

P3V

M12V SCL/SDA

REGULATOR FLASH ROM

RGB BIAS BIAS COM BIAS CONTROL R G B

IC700/ 701/ 702 Video Amp

IC800/ 801/ 802 Video Amp

IC900/ 901/ 902 Video Amp

RD1 to 12
CN700 RED CN800 GREEN

GD1 to 12
CN900 BLUE

BD1 to 12

Figure2- 14

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2.5 SWITCH PANEL


This panel includes the board with 13 switches, and is connected to the connector CN 400 on the CD10MA board.

Figure2- 15

Figure2- 16

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2.6 CD10AU BOARD


CD10AU board includes audio controller (IC105), 3D effector (IC102/104), amplifier (IC107) and connector for internal speaker. 3D effector receive input audio signal (Audio1/2, Video audio) from CD10AJ board, then output internal speaker or Audio out (internal speaker via CD10AJ board) via amplifier circuit. The audio controller control volume (include MUTE) based the serial data (SDA/SCL) output from CD10MA board. The audio signal interfaces controlled CD10AU board are shown below. (1) The voice generated from CD10MA board. (Waning voice etc.) (2) - Audio In 1 (for computer 1) - Audio In 2 (for computer 2) - Audio out (for outside sparker output) (3) - S-Video (Super impose video input) - Video In (Video device image data input) - Audio In L (Video device audio L input ) - Audio Out R (Video device audio R input)

Figure2- 17 CD10AU board

Figure2- 18 CD10AU board

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The CD10AU board circuit block is shown below. C N 1 0 0 IC102 PREAMPLIFIER Audio L/R Line Out L/R SW 1/2 IC107 AMPLIFIER ONTIME IN1/2 IC105 AUDIO CONTROLLER

IC104
3D EFECTOR

AMP

(CONNECT TO CD10AJ BOARD CN301)

CN102 BV REGULATOR SPEAKER L C N 1 0 1 LINE OUT DETECT SCL/SDA IC603 RESET MUTE (CONNECT TO CD10MA BOARD CN402)
Figure2- 19 CD10AU board circuit block

CN103 IC106 SPEAKER R

Audio input signals from computer 1/2 (via Audio In 1/2) or from a video device (via Audio In L/R) are first input to the 3D effector and amplified by the sound preamplifier, then output to the Audio Out interface or the built-in speaker through the 3D effector again. The sound controller performs the audio-signal output selection based on the SCL / SDA (serial data / clock) signals provided from the CD10MA board.

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2.7 CD10MJ BOARD


CD10MJ board includes the board for connecting a remote control receiver and the mouse / serial interfaces of a host computer. The electric current control resistance and the noise filter circuit are only installed on the board. CD10MA board controls switching and other things. CN 101 (Mouse / Com 1) and CN 102 (Mouse / Com 2) are multi-mouse connectors. If the ELP communication kit 2 option is installed on the host computer and cables are connected to them, host computer control is available from remote controller. The controller on the CD10MA board automatically determines the interface operation mode to apply the proper circuit to them. The optional remote control receiver can be connected to the receptor interface (J 101).The receiver provides the same functions as the standard receptor board (FI / RI board). Without the receiver the remote controller is enabled to use within the limited area in front and rear. The receiver expands the controllable range for the remote controller.

Figure2- 20 CD10MJ board

Figure2- 21 CD10MJ board

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The CD10MJ board circuit block shown below.

Repeater J100 C N 1 0 0

CN101

Mouse/Com1

CN102

Mouse/Com2

Figure2- 22 CD10MJ board circuit block

You must use the cable appointed our company for Mouse/COM interface. Exclusive connector cable is not only connect signals but also connect to ground line in part and return to the other signal line inside.

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2.8 CD10AJ BOARD


CD10AJ board includes Audio 1/2 and Audio out interface connector. The noise filter circuit and switching circuit of Audio 1/2 are installed on the board. The switching circuit connect to the audio signals (S-Video) from CD10VJ circuit and select the audio signals, then output the audio signals amplified CD10AU board.

Figure2- 23 CD10AJ board

Figure2- 24 CD10AJ board Connect to CD10VJ board CN300 IC300 Selector IN3 IN1 IN2 IC301 Selector Filter circuit IN2 IN1
DET

Audio1

J300

R L

Filter circuit

Audio L

Audio2

J301

R L

C N 3 0 1

Audio R IN3 Line Out Detect Line Out R Line Out L

Audio Out

J302

R L

Filter circuit

Connect to CD10AU Figure2- 25 CD10AJ board circuit block

* When the outside speakers connect to Audio out, Line Out Detect signal is ON, then stop audio output to the internal speaker connected CD10AU board controlled by CD10MA board.

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2.9 CD10VJ BOARD


CD10VJ board includes an audio control circuit and an interface connectors for audio signals from a host computer or external devices such as a video device. The interface connectors are shown below. - S-Video - Video - Audio L - Audio R - R/R-Y - B/B-Y - BNC - HD/Sync - VD

Figure2- 26

Figure2- 27

R R-Y G-Y B B-Y HD VD CVBS C Y A GND

CN100

R/R-Y G/Y G Sync B/BY HC/Sync VD

(Connect to CD10MA board CN800) J105 CN101 RCA-R RCA-L S.DET VJDET AGND DSEL YELLOW RED WHITE SW100 BNC switch
Figure2- 28

S-Video

(Connect to CD10MA board CN401)

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2.10 CD10PJ BOARD


CD10PJ board includes computer input interface (Computer1/2) and RGB monitor output interface (Computer Out). The noise filter circuit and the output circuit to RGB monitor are installed on the board.

Figure2- 29

Figure2- 30

CN 2 (RGB Input 1) 0 0
Computer 1

Filter circuit

IC207

R-IN G-IN B-IN (Connect to CD10MA board CN201) CN204 PCHS PCVS CP05/07 +5V/GNB

CN203

CN 2 (RGB Input 2) 0 1
Computer 2

Filter Circuit

IC206

(Connect to CD10MA board CN200) CN 2 (RGB Output) 0 2


Computer Out

IC203 RGB

IC204

Figure2- 31

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2.11 CD10RC BOARD (RECEPTOR BOARD)


This is the board with the infrared signal detection component. There are two receptor boards equipped in this device, one is attached to the speaker bracket on front face (Front), another is on the rear case (Rear). You can control this device through the boards on both sides. There are used same boards. The figure 2-32 to2-33 shows the receptor boards and their circuits.

Figure2- 32
IC300 GP1U102X 2 1 2 1 100 2 0.1 CHIP VCC VOUT GND GND 4 3

CN300 S38-PH-K 1 IRD 2 +5V 3 GND GND 3 2 1

R300 47 1

Figure2- 33

Each receptor board is connected to CN 900(Front)/901(Rear) on the CD10MA board, its output signal (serial data) is connected to I/F control CPU after wired OR is applied on CD10MA board. 1. The CD10MA board performs the power ON/OFF operation and the starting up menus, utilizing the serial data received from the remote controller (button switches and pointers). 2. The serial signal send to the CD10DR board via the CD10MA board performs the display control (Freeze / Blank). 3. The serial signal send to the CD10VJ board via the CD10MA board performs the mute control and the audio volume control. The figure 2-26 shows remote control circuit block.

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The CD10RC board connecting block shown below.

CD10MA board CN900 CD10RC (Front) Remote control FI board Infrared Ray (Rear) CN901 IC 902 IC901 I/FCPU

Figure2- 34 CD10RC board connecting block

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2.12 SPEAKER UNIT


Two speaker units (8-3W) are equipped inside the upper case, faced upward. The audio input signal from a host computer or AV devices connected to this device can be output in stereo through the units. If an external speaker is connected (with the help of an accessory audio cable) to the Audio Out terminal on the rear face, the built-in speakers are disabled. Speaker (Left) Speaker (Right)

Figure2- 35 Speaker unit

Audio1 Audio2 Audio Out

CD10AJ board

CN 300

CN100

CN101

Connect to the CD10MA board

CD10AU board CN102 CN103

Audio L Audio R

CD10VJ board Speaker L Speaker R

Figure2- 36 Speaker control circuit block

The audio input signals from computers or an audio device are first amplified by the control circuit on the CD10AU board, then are output to the speakers. The speakers are connected to CN 102 / 103 on the CD10AU board. Detecting the connection to an external speaker (Audio Out), the CD10MA board only determines the use of the built-in speaker or the external speaker.

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2.13 LIGHT GUIDE UNIT


The light valve unit eliminates ultraviolet rays which are harmful to the light valve and uniforms the intensity of the light from the light source lamp before dividing it into 3 light outputs(R/G/B). There are lenses and mirrors for dispersing the light built in the block. The below drawings show the appearance and the internal block of the light valve block.
CD10FC board is fixed on the base.

Figure2- 37 Light guide unit


LENS ARRAY A LENS ARRAY B CONDENSOR LENS L

MIRROR L

GDM

CDM CONDENSOR LENS G LENS ARRAY ADJUSTING SPRING LENS ADJUSTING SCREW MIRROR B CONDENSOR LENS R MIRROR C UNIT LENS ADJUSTING SCREW CONDENSOR LENS D CONDENSOR LENS E CONDENSOR LENS B MIRROR R UNIT

Figure2- 38

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(1) Lens Array A/B Dispersion of the light from the light source lamp by the Lens Array A/B roughly uniform the brightness. The UV filter coated on the surface of the multi-lens array eliminates ultraviolet rays. The light dispersed through the Lens Array A/B is further dispersed through PBS for the light intensity to be uniformed. (2) CDM CDM is a light filter looks red in the visual light. The CDM(A) filter transmit only the red light and reflect blue and green lights from the light source. (3) GDM GDM is a light filter looks blue in the visual light. The GDM filter transmit only the blue light from the light source. Since the input light to the GDM is only blue and green lights by the CDM as described above, green light is reflected by the GDM and provided to the condenser lens G. (4) Condenser Lens L The condenser lens L collects the light dispersed by the Lens Array A/B in order to protect reduction and provide to the mirror L at the next stage. (5) Condenser Lens R/G/B To collect the lights dispersed into polarization plate on the optical head. (6) Mirror R/C Unit and Lens Adjusting Screw Reflect the light to the condenser lens E/B. The reflection angle can be adjustable with lens adjusting screw. (7) Mirror B Reflect the light to the condenser lens E. (8) Lens Array Adjusting Screw Adjusting the Lens Array A/B position to obtain the best uniformity of source light.

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2.14 LAMP INNER HOUSING


This unit includes the AC drive light source lamp (UHE-120W), the connector for power supply and fuse board (FU board). The lamp fixed on the base of the lower case is user replaceable item (Type: ELPLP05) you can purchase it at EPSON service center. The average brightness of the lamp is 950 Im (ANSI), but it reduces corresponding to its running hours. When the lamp is new, its brightness is approx. 1000 Im (maximum). After running about 2000 hours, the lamp reduces its brightness to almost half of a new one. The fuse board (FU board) is provided to determine whether the lamp inner housing is new one or not, and used to control the end of the lamp life (2000 hours). The connector for power supply is applied to receive the alternating current from the power supply unit, so its lead wire is connected to the lamp.
The connector for the power supply upper face Light source lamp CD10FU board equipped on the base

Figure2- 39

Figure2- 40

1. The light source lamp


The brightness of the light source lamp reduces in proportion to its running hours as mentioned above. In this device the standard lamp life is 2000 hours. If you notice the lamp brightness reduces, we recommend you to replace the lamp inner housing even before 2000 hours. The total running hour of the light source lamp is written in EEPROM(IC413) on the CD10MA board. If the lamp is reaching or has reached the end of its life, the main CPU (IC415) outputs some signals to control the following. 1.When the total running hour has reached 1900 hours (1900 to 2000), an orange and a red lamp indicators blink alternately. The main CPU on the CD10MA board has

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counted the total running hours and has written the running data in IC 413. The lamp will run only 100 hours after the orange and the red lamp indicators start to blink alternately, so you should replace the lamp as soon as possible. (If the lamp indicators blink alternately from beginning, the lamp life is no more than 100 hours. Therefore the lamp life may be suddenly terminated.) 2.When the total running hour exceeds 2000 hours (the lamp is used),the lamp will not run before you replace it with a new lamp inner housing.(You cant replace with used lamp inner housing ) Once you start up with a new lamp inner housing, the fuse on the FU board is blown, so it doesnt recognize as a new one. The figure 2-33 shows the control circuit.

Lamp indicator

EEPROM (IC413)

Main CPU (IC415)

Generator (X400)

CD10MA Board

Power Supply Unit

CN600 BACTA LPSTC

+5VD

IC600 LPCTL LPFAL LLIFE

AC power 1K 7.5

LFUSE

CN500 Lamp inner housing Lamp CD10FU board CN100 1 CD10FC Board 2 CD10DR Board +5V CN103 Signal meaning LTPCL: Light power supply control signal LSTAT LPFAL: Light power supply failure LLIFE: Lamp life LFUSE: FU board fuse is blown

Figure2- 41 Lamp inner housing control

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2. CD10FU board (Fuse)


The lamp inner housing is installed to distinguish a new one ( placed and havent started up ) from an old one. This is the board with rated 62mA fuse, a new one has a fuse circuit. The terminal sections placed on the both ends of this board touch the CD10FC board installed on the base of the light guide unit. The cable of the CD10FC board is connected to the connector CN500 on the CD10MA board. When it is new or changed to a new one, LLIFE signal from IC600 on the CD10MA board becomes high. ( +5VA on the CD10MA board pulls up LLIFE signal line through the resistance and the fuse on the CD10FU board.) When LLIFE shows high, IC600 is reset the lamp total hour in EEPROM ( IC413 ) to zero. After word, main CPU (IC415) on the CD10MA board output LFUSE signal, and connects LLIFE signal line to the ground through a resistance and the transistor. Consequently, the fuse on the CD10FU board is blown, the lamp total hour in EEPROM ( IC413 ) will not be reset, the running hour is integrated every power supply operation.

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2.15 SENSOR / SWITCH


For users safety and safety operation of this projector (for prevention from malfunction), the following devices listed the table *-* are installed in it.
Table2- 5 Sensor/switch
Name Interlock switch Safety switch Location/Type Push-switch on the power supply unit Thermal switch on the lamp outer housing On the lamp (Thermistor) outer housing Function/Use Power off, in opening the lamp cover. (Power on is disabled.) Overheat protection for light source lamp area. Power is shut, temperature exceeds limitation. Overheat protection for light source lamp area. Power off, temperature exceeds limitation Overheat protection for light bulb. Power off, temperature exceeds limitation. Overheat protection for power supply unit. Power is shut, temperature exceeds limitation.

Lamp house thermistor

LV thermistor

On the prism duct (Thermistor)

Front temperature thermistor

On the side of the power supply unit (Thermistor)

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2.15.1 Interlock Switch


This switch is installed on the side of the power supply unit and interlocks with the tab of the lamp cover. If you turn on the projector with the lamp cover open, the light source lamp (lamp inner housing) runs and generates the high heat. For replacing the lamp inner housing you open the cover. For this reason, the switch is installed to protect you from burn. Interlock switch

Figure2- 42 Interlock switch

Interlock switch

Figure2- 43

The interlock switch is installed on the AC power source line. Consequently, if the lamp cover is open, the AC power source is shut off and you can not turn on the power.

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2.15.2 Safety Switch


This is the thermal switch for overheat protection installed on the lamp inner housing. If overheat condition is caused by the contamination of the exhaust fan, normally the lamp thermistor (listed in 2.13.4) temporarily shuts off the supply of AC power to protect it from overheat. The safety switch is installed, considering the lamp thermistor trouble in overheat condition.
Safety switch

Figure2- 44 Safety switch

To the safety switch the power supply unit cable with fasten tab is connected. When the temperature rises to certain degrees, every regulating operations of the power supply unit are stopped and power is shut off. This switch runs once, you can not start up the power, before the temperature falls to certain degrees. In this case, you must also consider the lamp thermistor trouble or the CD10MA board trouble.

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2.15.3 Lamp House Thermistor


This is the temperature detection thermistor installed on the lamp outer housing (near the safety switch). To protect the circumstances around the light source lamp from the overheat of the lamp, this thermistor shuts off the power regulation on the power supply unit, if the temperature rises to certain degrees (lower than safety switchs level).
Lamp Thermister

Figure2- 45 Lamp thermistor

The lamp house thermistor is connected to CN 651 on the CD10MA board. When it becomes the overheat condition, to main CPU it output the interrupt signal and shuts off the power regulation on the power supply unit via CN 600.

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2.15.4 LV Thermistor
This is the temperature detection thermistor installed top the light valve. If the cooling is not sufficient because of the cooling fan failure (installed at the bottom of the light valve) or filter contamination (installed at the top of the light valve), the power is shut off to protect the light valves from overheat. The thermal stability of the light valve (Liquid crystal panel) is not so good. The power shut off control is the same as the lamp house thermistors written in 2.15.3.
LV Thermister

Figure2- 46 LV thermistor

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2.15.5 Front Temperature Thermistor


This is the temperature detection thermistor installed on the side of the fan (attached to the power supply unit). If the circumstances around the power supply unit become the overheat condition by the abnormal fan or circuit condition, this thermistor shuts off the power. The power shut off control is the same as the lamp house thermistors written in 2.15.3. Front temperature Thermister

Figure 2-47 Front temperature thermistor

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Chapter 3 Disassembly and assembly

3.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES


This section explains how to disassemble the EMP-7300. The reassembly procedure is the exact reverse of the disassembly procedure. (1) Preparatory Procedure

1) Remove any ring, wrist watch, cuff buttons, or other metal accessories that are likely to get in contact with the equipment. 2) Wear gloves. 3) Wear a wrist band and ground it. Place a ground mat. 4) Turn off the main unit and the host computer. 5) Unplug the power cord from the main unit and service outlet. (Even if the power is off condition, back-up bias is regulated and supplied to the circuit board when the power code is connected to the service outlet.) 6) Disconnect the interface cable from the main unit. 7) Clean the air filter, interface and case cover with a vacuum cleaner. (2) Required tools and accessories Prepare the tools and accessories listed in the table below.
Table3- 1 Tool requirement
Name Phillips screwdriver 2 (-)Phillips screwdriver Tweezers Brush Vacuum cleaner Paper wiper Air blower Glove Wrist band,Groung map Q.t.y 1 1 1 1 1 Some 1 1 1 Supply Market Market Market Market Market Market Market Market Market Use Dissasemble the case and interiors Remove lamp cover and air filter cover Unlock the FPC connnector on D.R board Burush off the dust around fan Clean the fan and filter Clean the projection lens Clean the fan and filter. Avoide finger injury Avoide electro ststic influence

(3) Limitation of disassembly (Optical engine handling) The disassembly of the mechanical section is detailed in paragraph 3.2. The optical engine is one replaceable part. When you order the maintenance parts or request our repair service, perform works by the units listed in the table on next page. The optical components listed in the table are required the mechanical alignment or electrical correction in the control circuit. (writing the image adjustment data)

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Table3- 2
1 2 3 4 5 Optical head unit Prism unit Light guide unit Projection lens unit CD10DR board These units are specified as Optical engine. (Treat as one replaceable part in the field maintenance.)

* Do not disassemble the Optical engine. * Do not exchange any unit on the optical engine to the others.

Mechanical adjustments for optical engine. 1. Optical Head Unit The alignment (height/left and right/concurrent) of the polarization plates (include R/G/B light valves) is applied in the factory. If the alignment is modified, clear color image will not be made, because of the color divergence. Caution: Do not apply any mechanical stress to the polarization plate, and also not loosen the screws. 2. Prism Unit To synthesize the light output from each polarization plate (include R/G/B light valves), the alignment (concurrent to the polarization plate) of the prism unit is applied in our factory. If the alignment is modified, clear image will not be made, because of the pixel divergence to R/G/B synthesizing and projection lens unit, being out of focus and color uniformity. Caution: Do not loosen the prism unit fixing screws. 3. Light guide unit The alignment of the light guide unit on the optical head unit is applied (gap and concurrent to the polarization plate) in our factory. If the alignment is modified, clear image will not be made, because of being out of the brightness uniformity on the display screen (brightness or chroma is not uniform on the screen.) In consideration of the alignment of the lens array and the mirrors, and also their combinations, the factory setting is applied to the light guide unit to support the best display performance. (If the alignment is modified or the location is changed, there comes distortion on the display screen, therefore clear image will nit be made.) Caution: Do not disassemble the light guide unit. If you remove the upper guide cover from the unit, the alignment of lenses or mirrors may be unintentionally changed and also dust may stick to the unit. Since EMP-7300 requires very precise adjustment, it can not be adjusted in the field.

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4. Projection lens unit The alignment of the projection lens unit is applied (position and fixing torque) in our factory. If the alignment is modified, clear image will not be made, because of the pixel divergence. Electrical corrections (CD10DR board) Some parts in the mechanical section of the optical system require some mechanical adjustments mentioned above. In the control circuit (CD10DR board), the output driver for the display signal is slightly different from the output driver of other device (CD10DR board) in individuality. The mechanical section itself of the optical system (e.g. light valves) must be electrically corrected. Therefore to obtain the best image, not only the mechanical adjustment but the electric correction is required. For this reason some correction values are written to Flash ROM of the CD10DR board on factory shipping. For matching the optical system and electrical system, the electric correction is necessary. Consequently, the CD10DR board and the optical block (consists of optical head / light guide unit) make one set. At the factory shipment, following correction data are stored in the Flash ROM on the CD10DR board according to the specified optical engine. Gamma adjustment data Flicker adjustment data Ghost contrast adjustment data Sub contrast adjustment data For the writing correction values, an expensive, special device and also skillful engineer are necessary, therefore it can not adjust in the field. Caution for field maintenance Observe the following procedure, when you repair. Otherwise, display quality is not guaranteed, and also EPSON repair service is not available. 1). Do not disassemble the block. (Do not loosen any screws.) 2). If either the optical block or the CD10DR board becomes wrong, replace them in set. And when you send back them to us for repair, send back them in set (by optical engine). 3).The optical block and the CD10DR board make the optical engine set, so never change its combination (e.g. use only the CD10DR board for the other repair parts).

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(4) Precautions Precautions given to the individual assembly and disassembly procedures. Read them carefully before starting the assembly or disassembly procedure. A set of general precautions are given below. As you disassemble the main unit, dust that is sticked to the internal fans and air filters is likely to migrate and contaminate the light valves R, G, and B which are the heart of the display mechanism, thus deteriorating the display quality. Accordingly, before reassembling, check the dust inside of the main unit and, if necessary, clean them with a vacuum cleaner. The light valves R, G, and B and circuit board assemblies are highly sensitive to static electricity. When you remove a optical engine or circuit board ,place it in an antistatic bag immediately. When you perform the assembly or disassembly operations listed below, check the pertinent unit and its surfaces for any dirt before reinstalling them. If the unit is found dirty, clean it. 1). Removing the optical engine. 2). Removing the lamp inner housing. 3). Removing the air filter frame. The speaker unit incorporates a permanent magnet. Keep it away from electromagnetic media such as floppy disks and magnetic cards. Handle the optical engine(projection lens and light guide units) with care as they are highly susceptible to vibration and shock. Do not try to disassemble any part (e.g., power supply unit) that is not covered in this manual.

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3.2 DISASSEMBLING THE MAIN UNIT


The flowchart for disassembling the main unit is shown below. You can take same disassembling procedure for EMP-7300. Since you can reassemble the dismantled parts in the reverse order of disassembly, unless specifically specified, this manual contains no reassembly procedure. Detailed descriptions of the disassembly procedures are given in Subsections 3.2.1 through 3.2.20. Paragraph 3.2.19 to 3.2.20 are reference only, do not disassemble START Lamp inner housing (3.2.1) Air filter frame (3.2.2) Upper case Unit (3.2.3)

Switch Panel (3.2.4)

Speaker (L/R) (3.2.5) CD10AU board (3.2.6)

Receptor BD (3.2.7)

CD10MA board (3.2.8) Rear case unit (3.2.9)

CD10AJ/MJ/PJ/VJ board(3.2.10)

Lamp Thermister (3.2.11) Prism duct/ LV Thermister (3.2.12)

Safety Switch (3.2.13)

Optical engine (3.2.14)

Power supply unit/PBS Thermister (3.2.15)

Foot adjuster (3.2.16)

CD10DR head (3.2.17)

FC board (3.2.18)

Projection lens unit (3.2.19)

Cooling fan/Exhaust fan/ optical head unit/ Left guide unit (3.2.20)

Figure3- 1 Disassembly flow chart

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3.2.1 Removing the Lamp Inner Housing


Prerequisite conditions: None. Warning: The lamp unit is very hot immediately after it is in use and may cause burns if you handle it carelessly. Before removing the lamp unit, make sure the temperature of the lamp inner housing unit has cooled down.
Lamp cover

Screws

Figure3- 2
Screws

Lamp inner housing

Handle

Figure3- 3

1. Remove the lamp cover unit two fixing screws from the bottom of lower case. Screw:-M4*7 B/Ni: P/N1038173 (mounting torque: 4.5 kg.cm = 3.9 lb.inch) 2. Remove two lamp inner housing fixing screws. Screw:-M4*7 B/Ni: P/N1038173 (mounting torque: 4.5 kg.cm = 3.9 lb.inch) 3. Pull up the handle on the lamp inner housing and remove the lamp unit. Caution: When installing the lamp unit, take care not to touch the lamp's reflector with a hand (to prevent the reflector from being contaminated).

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3.2.2 Removing the Air Filter Frame Unit


Prerequisite conditions: None.
Air filter frame tab

Figure3- 4

1. Remove the Air Filter Flame Unit Pull down the tab from the bottom of lower case.

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3.2.3 Removing the Upper Case Unit And Handle


Prerequisite conditions: None.
Handle

screw

Figure3- 5

screw

Figure3- 6

1. Pull up the handle. 2. Remove the two screws under the handle, fixing lower case and upper case. Screw: +M4*14 F/Zn Bind: P/N1021825 (mounting torque: 6.5kg.cm = 5.6lb.inch) 3. Remove two upper case unit fixing screws on right sides. 4. Remove two upper case unit fixing screws on left sides. Screw: +M4*9 F/ZB :P/N1034033 (mounting torque: 6.5kg.cm = 5.6lb.inch) 5. Hold the left and right sides of the upper case unit and lightly pull the upper case straight up a little. (Continued on the next page)

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(Continued from the previous page)


Upper case

Figure3- 7
Switch panel cable CN1400

Figure3- 8

5. Disconnect the switch panel cable from connector (CN 1400) on the CD10MA board. 6. Remove the upper case. 7. Remove the handle out of the lower case unit.

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3.2.4

Removing the Switch Panel

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3

Switch panel spring

Tab(B)

Tab(A)

* Marked with square area are sealed with tape.

Figure3- 9

1. Pull down the four tabs from inside, then detach the tape sealing. 2. Remove the switch panel.
Switch panel

Switch panel spring

Figure3- 10

Caution: When installing the switch panel ,ensure the switch panel spring is placed on the upper case.

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3.2.5 Removing the Speaker Units Right / Left


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3

screw

screw

Speaker unit Left

Speaker unit Right

Figure3- 11

(1) Speaker Unit Right 1). Remove two screws fixing the speaker unit (right) . Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2). Disconnect the speaker cable from CN602 on the CD10MA board. (2) Speaker Unit Left 1).Remove two screws fixing the speaker unit (left) . Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2) Disconnect the speaker cable from CN601 on the CD10MA board.

Caution: 1)The speaker unit incorporates a permanent magnet. Keep it away from electromagnetic media such as floppy disks and magnetic cards. 2) When fixing a speaker, align the two speaker holes with those of the frame, then secure them with same tightening torque. 3) Do not broken or detach the speaker cushions.

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3.2.6 Removing the CD10AU Board


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.9
Speaker bracket

screw

Figure3- 12

1. Remove three screws fixing speaker bracket on the lower case, then remove speaker bracket. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) Screw: +M3*8 F/ZN Bind : P/N1021824 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2. Disconnect the connector on CD10AU board. 3. Remove two screws fixing CD10AU board on the speaker bracket , then remove CD10AU board. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch)

screws

Figure3- 13

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3.2.7 Removing the Receptor Board Assembly (FI Board / RI Board)


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3 (1) FI Board (Located on the power supply unit)
screw FI board cable connector

Figure3-14

1. Disconnect the cable connector on the FI board. 2. Remove the screw fixing the FI board on the power supply unit. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) (2) RI Board (Located on the power supply unit)
Receptor board

screw

Figure3- 15

1. Disconnect the cable connector on the RI board. 2. Remove the screw fixing the RI board on the power supply unit. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) Caution: When installing the receptor board assembly, align the hole on the board with the boss on the frame before tightening the screw.

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3.2.8 Removing the CD10MA Board


Prerequisite condition:3.2.3

Figure3- 16

1. Disconnect the all of cable connectors on the CD10MA board.

CN602 CN902(MOUSE) (IN-FAN) CN402(AU)

CN1401(S-DET)

CN550

CN1800 (IF-B)

CN252 (PC-IN)

CN1400(SW)

CD10MA board
CN651 (LAMP-TH)

CN1200 CN603 CN901 (PC-S(N)) (R-RC) (EX-FAN)

CN1600 CN652 CN900 (LAMP-FAN) (AIR-TH) (F-RC) CN600(PS)

Figure3- 17

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(Continued from the previous page)

screw screws

screws

Figure3- 18

2. Remove six fixing screws on the CD10MA board. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 3. Grasp the CD10MA board on the left side and disconnect the connector from the CD10DR board.

Caution: Never apply any mechanical stress to the CD10MA board to avoid malfunction caused by wire breaking or solder flaking.

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3.2.9 Removing the Rear Case Unit Assembly


Prerequisite conditions: 3.2.3/3.2.7
screws

Figure3- 19

1. Remove four screws fixing the rear case on the bottom of lower case. Screw: +M3*8 F/ZN Bind : P/N1021824 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2. Disconnect the connectors on the CD10VJ board. 3. Grasp the both side of the rear case unit, then pull it out.

Caution: When installing the rear case unit assembly, slowly push it.

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3.2.10 Removing the CD10AJ/CD10MJ/CD10PJ/CD10VJ Board


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8
screws screws

Figure3- 20

Figure3- 21

1.

Remove four screws fixing the panel, then remove the panel. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2. Remove two screws fixing the metal flame (upper), then remove the metal flame. 3. Remove two screws fixing the metal flame (lower), then remove the metal flame. (CD10VJ board is glued on the metal flame.) Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch)

CD10AJ board

CD10MJ board CD10VJ board

CD10PJ board

Figure3- 22

(Continued on the next page)

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CD10AJ board

CD10MJ board

CD10PJ board

Figure3- 23

Figure3- 24

4.

Remove two screws fixing CD10AJ board, then remove CD10AJ board. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 5. Remove four screws fixing CD10MJ board, then remove CD10MJ board. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) Screw: +M3*6 F/ZB: P/N1034713 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 6. Remove two screws and six hex stud screws fixing CD10AJ board, then remove CD10AJ board. Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) Screw: hexagon screw: P/N1032134 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch)

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3.2.11. Removing the Lamp Thermistor


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7

Lamp Thermister

Figure3- 25

1. Remove the screw fixing the lamp thermistor on the light guide unit. Screw: +M3*12 F/Zn Bind: P/N1021823 (mounting torque: 6.0kg.cm = 5.2lb.inch)

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3.2.12. Removing the Prism Duct / LV Thermistor


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8

screws

LV Thermister Clamp screw Prism duct

.
Figure3- 26

1. Remove the clamp screw fixing the LV thermistor cable. Screw: +M2.5*5 F/ZN: P/N1034261 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2. Remove two screws fixing prism duct. Screw: +M3*8 F/ZB: P/N1033691 (mounting torque: 6.0kg.cm = 5.2lb.inch) 3. Remove the prism duct, lifting it straight up.

Caution: When you replace the prism duct, make sure that three FCC cables are not caught between light guide unit and it. The filter on the prism duct is susceptible to dust and dirt. When installing the prism duct, check its cleanness and clean it if necessary. When installing the prism duct, make sure that direction is right.

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3.2.13.

Removing the Safety Switch


Fast-on tab

Prerequisite condition:3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8

Safety switch

screws

Figure3- 27

1. Disconnect the Fast-on tab terminals of the two cables connected to the safety switch. 2. Remove two fixing screws from the safety switch and detach the safety switch. Screw: +M3*12 F/Zn Bind: P-Tight P/N1021823 (mounting torque: 6.0 kg.cm = 5.2 lb.inch) Caution: When removing the Fast-on terminals, do not apply excessive force to the terminals on the safety switch in the horizontal or vertical direction. * The polarity of the cables is not significant; connect them to any terminals on the safety switch.

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3.2.14.

Removing the Optical Engine

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8(left)


screws(speaker bracket)

screws

Figure3- 28

1. Remove three screws fixing speaker bracket to the optical head chassis. Screw: +M3*4 F/ZN: P/N1021795 (mounting torque: 4.0kg.cm = 3.5lb.inch) Screw: +M3*6 F/Ni: P/N1033122 (mounting torque: 4.5kg.cm = 3.9lb.inch) 2. Remove four optical block fixing screws. Screw: +M4*14 F/ZN Bind :P/N1021825 (mounting torque: 6.5kg.cm = 5.6lb.inch) 3. Pull out the speaker bracket. 4. Pull the optical engine straight up from the lower case.

Figure3- 29

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3.2.15.

Removing the Power Supply Unit / PBS Thermistor

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8 (speaker R)/3.2.10 (1)Power Supply Unit

Power supply cable screws

Power cable

Safety switch

Figure3- 30

1. Remove two wire cables connecting the safety switch. 2. Remove two screws (with washer) fixing the power supply cable connector, then remove the power supply cable. Screw: +M3*10 F/Zn: P/N1038273 (mounting torque: 6.5kg.cm = 5.6lb.inch)

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Screws

Screws are located on the bottom of power supply unit, thus screws are not shown on the figure B

Figure3- 31

3. Remove three screws fixing base area of the power supply unit. Screw : M3*8 F/ZN Bind: P/N1021824 (mounting torque: 6.5kg.cm = 5.6lb.inch) 4. Remove the power supply unit, lifting it straight up. Caution: When removing the power supply unit, take care not to bend or damage the two bosses on the lower case unit. When installing the power supply unit, align the power supply unit positioning holes with these bosses. The cooling fan and its peripheral parts in the power supply unit is susceptible to dust and dirt. When installing the power supply unit, check fan's cleanness and clean it if necessary. (2) PBS Thermistor

PBS Thermister

Figure3- 32

1). Take off the tapes fixing the PBS thermistor on the power supply unit. 2). Separate the PBS Thermistor from cable clamp.

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3.2.16.

Removing the Foot Adjuster A/B

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3

(2) Foot Adjuster B


Foot adjuster OP ring screws

Lever

Figure3- 33

Figure3- 34

1. Remove two screws fixing the Foot Unit on the lower case, then remove the Foot Unit. Screw: +M3*15 F/Zn Bind: P-Tight P/N1039678 (mounting torque: 6.0 kg.cm = 5.2 lb.inch) 2. Remove the OP ring D on the foot adjuster. 3. Push the lever, then remove the foot adjuster.

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3.2.17.

Removing the CD10DR Board Assembly

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8

Hex stud screws

CN700

CN800

CN900

CN100

Hex stud screws

Figure3- 35EMP-7300 CD10DR board

1. Remove five hex stud screws fixing the CD10DR board. Screw: hexagon screw P/N1033069 (mounting torque: 6.0kg.cm = 5.2lb.inch) 2. Disconnect the connectors from CN 100. 3. Disconnect the FPC cables from CN 700/800/900. 4. Pull it straight up.

CN103
CN700 CN104 (Adjustment) CN800

CD10DR board
LV Thermister

CN900 CN100(fuse)

Figure3- 36 EMP-7300 CD10DR board

Caution: Before disconnecting the FPC cable from the connectors, softly pull each connector straight up to unlock it.

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3.2.18.

Removing the FC Board

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8/3.2.14

FC Board

Screw

Figure3- 37

1. Disconnect the cable connector CN1 on the FC Board. 2. To detach the FC Board, remove the screw on it. Screw: +M3*12 F/Zn Bind: P-Tight P/N1021823 (mounting torque: 6.0 kg.cm = 5.2 lb.inch)

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3.2.19.

Removing the Projection Lens Unit (PLU)

Caution: This paragraph is limited for references. Do not take the disassemble operations.

Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8/3.2.14


Screws

Figure3- 38

Figure3- 39

1. Remove four screws fixing the projection lens unit (PLU) and remove the projection lens unit.(Hold the projection lens unit with your hand before removing all screws.) Screw: +M4*10 F/ZN: P/N1034026 (mounting torque: 6.0 kg.cm = 5.2 lb.inch) Caution: 1) When installing the projection lens unit, align the two bosses on the frame with the positioning holes before tightening the screws. Tighten the screws with a torque of 6.0 kg. Do not make the screws too tight (too large mounting torque may damage the projection lens unit). 2) Take care not to touch the lens surface of the projection lens unit with a hand (to prevent their surface from being contaminated).

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3.2.20. Removing the Cooling Fan / Optical Head Unit / Light Guide Unit/Exhaust fan
Caution: This paragraph is limited for references. Do not disassemble expect fans. (You can remove the cooling fan and exhaust fan for cleaning purpose.) Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8/3.2.14
Screws

Figure3- 40

(1) Cooling fan 1. Remove two cooling fan fixing screws and remove the cooling fan. Screw: +M4*20 F/ZN S2W1: P/N1033711 (mounting torque: 6.0kg.cm = 5.2lb.inch) Caution: When installing the cooling fan, place it so that the label side faces down (on the aluminum die-cast side) and that its cable is oriented as shown in the photo. Clean the cooling fan until it is free of dust and dirt.

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Screws

Screws

Figure3- 41

(2) Optical head unit/Light guide unit 1. Remove four fixing screws in the bottom of the light guide unit. Screw: +M4*6 F/ZN: P/N1004532 (mounting torque: 6.0kg.cm = 5.2lb.inch) Caution: Do not touch the three light bulb screens on the optical head unit with a hand or bend the FPC cable. When installing the light guide unit on the optical head unit, align the two bosses (beside the screws of front side ) to the holes of the optical head unit before tightening the screws. Do not disassemble or bend the light valve on the optical head unit. (Three light valves are required factory adjustment.)

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(3) Removing the Exhaust Fan Unit Prerequisite condition: 3.2.3/3.2.7/3.2.8


Screws

Figure3- 42

Cable connector

Figure3- 43

1. Disconnect the cable connector CN806 on the CD10MA board. 2. Remove two fixing screws on the exhaust fan. Screw: +M4*35 F/ZB: P Tight P/N1033696 (mounting torque: 6.0kg.cm = 5.2lb.inch) 3. Remove the exhaust fan. Caution: 1) When installing the exhaust fan, take care with the orientation of it. Installing the fan in the reverse orientation may result in a device failure or extended cooling time because of an overheat condition. Make sure that the label on the fan faces outward. 2) The exhaust fan unit and its peripherals are susceptible to dust and dirt. When installing the exhaust fan unit, check its cleanness and clean it if necessary.

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

4.1. Before Starting Troubleshooting Procedures


1. Whenever you replace a unit or block for maintenance purposes, double-check the replaced unit or block is defective (to determine whether the problem was due to a poor cable connection). 2. If you find questions you want to check while examining the flowchart, be sure to check those items during the troubleshooting procedure. 3. Refer to the instructions given in Chapter 3, "Disassembly and Assembly," when replacing a component unit. 4. Before making a functional check, be sure to check for proper connection.

4.1.1. Tools and Accessories Required for Troubleshooting


The tools and accessories required for troubleshooting (including fault isolation) are listed below. They need to be prepared by the user.
Table4- 1
Name Projector screen Rule (3 m) Host computer Color display Video equipment External speaker unit Multi-meter Tool set Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set Use/Remarks To project images To measure the projection distance To supply test patterns (PC or compatible) To manipulate and display on host computer To test video input (video deck, video camera, etc.) To test voice output (with audio cable terminals) To measure resistance and voltage (AC/DC) Tools and accessories listed in Section 3.1

4.1.2. Field Replacement Parts


The parts that need be replaced during troubleshooting , such as board, cases, plates, and screws, refer to the parts list listed in an appendix of this manual. Optical engine (consist from Light guide unit, Optical head unit, Projection lens unit, Prism unit and Driver board) is the one maintenance unit. Do not separate any unit from optical engine.

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4.2. Entry
Follow the flowchart shown below when starting troubleshooting EMP-7300 problems and proceed to the pertinent detailed flowchart (given on the next and subsequent pates).

Start

Outside view

Visual check for outside view. (Check out the any damage on the cover area.)

Internal cable connectors

Ensure internal cable connections on the CD10MA board . (Remove the upper case unit.)

Power ON/OFF

Ensure power on/off and initialization (No signal display). (Connect power cable and turn on the power.)

Display/Picture quality

Ensure screen display and picture quality. (Connect host computer, video device and RGB monitor.)

Audio out

Ensure audio output to the internal speaker and external speaker.

Switch panel

Ensure button operations on the switch panel.

Remote controller

Ensure button operations on the remote controller.

Mouse/Com interface control

Ensure ELP communication functions from remote controller. (ELP communication kit II option is necessary.)

Others

Noise, Over heat, etc.

Figure4- 1

REV.A 4-2

Outside view
Start

Turn off the power then remove power and interface cables.

Upper case unit

Any transformation or crack are not presented. Upper case is secured to the lower case with screws.(Refer to 3.2.3) Dirt condition is not presented on the receptor window (front/rear) on the Upper case unit.

Switch panel

Button switches should move in smoothly. Switch panel is fixed on the upper case with four tabs.

Rear case unit

Any transformation or crack are not presented.

Focus ring and zoom ring are adjustable.(move it in easily) Projection lens unit Dirt condition is not presented on the lens surface.

Lower case unit

-Any transformation or crack are not presented. Fixing screw on the Air filter frame is not loosen. Tab on the Air filter frame is not transformed. Dirt condition is not presented on the Air filter frame. Dirt condition is not presented on the cooling fan.(cooling fan is located under the Air filter frame. Two of fixing screw on the Lamp cover are not loosen.

Air filter frame

Lamp cover

Tab on the Lamp cover is not transformed. Any transformation or discoloration are not presented on the Lamp inner

Lamp inner housing

housing frame and power cable connector. Any damage or dirt condition is not presented on the reflector and circumferences.

Foot adjuster A/B

-Foot adjuster A/B should move in smoothly.

Any transformation or discoloration are not presented on the interface Interface connectors connector. (Rust may cause discoloration.) Any damage or dirt condition is not presented on the Socket Discoloration is not presented on the connector terminal AC inlet Any damage or dirt condition is not presented on the Socket

Attach the air filter frame, lamp inner housing and lamp cover.

Figure4- 2

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Internal cable connections


Preceding to the cable connection check, turn off the power then disconnect the AC power cable. Ensure the cable connection on the CD10MA board and related circuit. (Refer to the following figure for cable and connector location.)

Front temperature Thermister LV Thermister

CD10AU board

Cooling fan

CD10RC board

Power supply unit Exhaust fan

CD10MJ board

Lamp Thermister

CD10AJ board

Blower fan

CD10RC board

CD10PJ board

CD10VJ board

Figure4- 3

REV.A 4-4

Power ON/OFF

Disconnect all interface cable and projection lens cover then connect the power cable.

Start

B
YES

Press Power button on the switch panel. YES Operation or lamp indicator become lights or blink.?

Does Exhaust fan work? NO Replace Exhaust fan YES Does Exhaust fan work?

Does Operation and lamp indicator change the condition 1 to 3 which are shown next page table.? NO Refer to the table on next page according to the lamp indication.

YES Go to Display/ Picture quality.

NO Press Power button on the remote controller. Operation or lamp indicator YES become lights or blink.? NO Does AC power apply to the YES connector on the power supply unit.? 1 NO Does the lamp cover secure to lower case.? YES -Disconnect power cable. -Disconnect fast-on tab on the safety switch. -Measure the safety switch resistance. Does the safety switch resistance is almost 0 ohm? 2 YES NO

NO Replace CD10MA board.

Make sure CN400 connection then replace the Switch panel.

YES Press Power button on the switch panel. Operation or lamp indicator become lights NO or blink.? YES Press Power button on the switch panel. Operation or lamp indicator become lights NO or blink.? YES Press Power button on the switch panel. Operation or lamp indicator become lights NO or blink.?

Replace Power supply unit.

Install the lamp cover and lamp inner housing again.

B
1 : AC Measurement point

NO

Replace the safety switch.

Go to Start

2 : Measure the resistance when the safety switch is not hot condition.

Figure4- 4

REV.A 4-5

Continued from page 4-5 A

< Lamp indication table >


Condi tion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Lamp indicator OFF Green-blink Green Orange-blink OFF OFF Orange and Red Red Red-blink Operation indicator Orange Green Green Orange Orange OFF Red or Orange-blink Red-blink Meanings System initialization. Warm up operation. Operating. Cool down operation. Standby. (Cool down complete) Power off condition. Over heat condition. Circuit malfunction. Lamp timer exceed 1900 hours. Lamp life is finished. Lamp or Power supply problem.

Replace power cable.

Does AC power is applied to YES the connector on the Power supply unit.? NO Connect AC cable to the other outlet. Does AC power is applied to YES the connector on the Power supply unit.? NO Replace the power supply unit.

< Suspect cause reason > (1)Stop at the condition 1 or 8. - CD10MAboard, Driver board(Optical engine), Power supply unit. (2)Stop at the condition 2. - CD10MA board, Power supply unit, Lamp inner housing. (3)Stop at the condition 4. -Exhaust fan, Lamp Thermister,

Go to start

(4)Stop at the condition 6.(Power on problem) -AC input, Power supply unit(include interlock switch), CD10MA board, Safety switch. (5)Stop at the condition 7. (Sometimes occur during operation.) -Air filter frame(dirt condition), Exhaust fan, Power supply unit, CD10MA board, Thermister(LV/PBS/Lamp)

Figure4- 5
(6)Stop at the condition 9 or 10. -Lamp inner housing,, FC board. (7)Stop at the condition 11. -Power supply unit, Lamp inner housing.

REV.A 4-6

Display/Picture quality

Start

Does screen appear? NO Does light source lamp on? NO Replace Lamp inner housing.

YES

Does NO SIGNAL message YES appear? NO Replace CD10MA board.

Does fine image appear by YES Go to adjusting focus and zoom ring. next page. NO Press Menu button on the switch panel or remote controller.

YES

Does NO SIGNAL message appear? YES NO Replace Optical engine.

YES

Does light source lamp on? NO Replace CD10MA board.

NO Does Menu screen appear? YES Take the adjustment shown in the table 1.

Table1 Does light source lamp on? NO Replace Lamp Thermister. YES Computer In 1/2 Brightness Contrast Synchroniz ation Tracking Video In/ S-Video Brightness Contrast Saturation Tint Mode Does fine image appear? NO Replace CD10MA board. YES

Does light source lamp on? NO Replace Power supply unit.

YES

Does fine image appear? NO Take the adjustment shown in the table 1.

YES

Does light source lamp on? NO Replace Optical engine.

YES

Does fine image appear? NO Replace Optical engine.

YES

Figure4- 6

REV.A 4-7

Continued from page 4-7 A C


Connect host computer to the Computer In 1 interface. Does picture quality is good.? YES Does following devices are checked.? 1. Computer In 2 2. Video In 3. S-Video Does screen appear on the CRT.? YES NO Replace CD10MA board. YES NO Connect the CRT to the Monitor interface.

Does screen appear.? NO Change the video input by pressing Source button. Does screen appear.? NO Replace CD10MA board.

YES

NO Connect the proper device which are not checked. YES Does screen appear on the YES CRT.? NO Replace monitor cable.

A
Does screen appear.? NO Replace computer cable. YES Does screen appear.? Press Auto button. YES

Does screen appear on the YES CRT.? NO Replace CRT monitor.

Does picture quality is good.? YES NO Take the adjustment shown in the table 1(page 4-8).

B
NO Replace Optical engine.

Go to Audio out

C
Does picture quality is good.? YES NO

Figure4- 7

REV.A 4-8

Audio output

Start

A
Connect the audio cable to the Audio In 1 or 2 interface. Does volume control works? YES NO Replace CD10AU board. Does audio device is plugged YES to the Audio interface?

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Re-connect the CN402 on the CD10MA board. Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Replace speaker R/L.

YES

Does volume control works? NO Replace CD10MA board.

YES

NO Connect the audio cable to the above interface.

YES

Does Mute button works?

YES

A
NO Replace CD10AU board. Connect the external speaker to the Audio out. Does external speaker output YES the sound? NO Replace CD10AU board.

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Replace CD10AU board.

YES

Does Mute button works?

YES

NO Replace CD10MA board.

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Replace CD10MA board.

YES Go to Switch panel.

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound?

Replace CD10AJ board.

Figure4- 8

REV.A 4-9

Switch panel

Start

Does Power button works? YES Does Menu button works? YES Does Source button works?

NO

NO

NO

Does Sync +/- button works?

NO

YES Does Blank button works? NO

YES Does Enter button works? NO Replace Switch panel.

YES Does Resize button works? YES Does Volume button works? YES Does Mute button works? YES Does Tracking +/- button works? YES NO NO NO NO NO

YES

Does all button works?

NO

Go to Remote controller.

YES

Replace CD10MA .board.

YES

Figure4- 9

REV.A 4-10

Remote controller

Start

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace batteries.

YES

Does all switches except Effect1 to 5 are works correctly? NO Exchange remote controller.

YES

Does Remote controller YES works with 10m distance?

Go to Mouse/ Com

NO Replace batteries.

control.

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Exchange Remote controller.

YES

Does all switches except Effect1 to 5 are works correctly? NO Replace CD10MA board.

YES Does remote controller works YES with 10m distance?

NO Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Re-connect CN900/901 on the CD10MA board. Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace CD10RC board. YES Does remote controller works YES with 10m distance? YES YES Replace CD10RC board.

NO Replace Remote controller.

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace CD10MA board.

YES

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace the cable between CD10MA toCD10RC board.

YES

Figure4- 10

REV.A 4-11

Mouse/Com

ELP communication kit II option is necessary. Above option is not installed, ignore the following check out flowchart

Start

Does pointer button on the Remote controller works correctly?

NO

Replace following cables. - Main cable - Mouse cable - Serial cable

Install the ELP link II program to the host computer again.

YES Does Function assignment for Effect button 1 to 5 are available? Does Remote controller works correctly? NO Does Remote controller works correctly?

NO

NO

YES Does presentation and projector control functions are available with Remote controller?

YES NO

YES

Replace CD10MJ board. YES Does Remote controller works correctly?

NO

YES

ReplaceCD10MA board.

Go to Others.

Figure4- 11

REV.A 4-12

Others

Start

Noise problem? NO

YES

Suspect following defects. Exhaust fan, cooling fan and inhale fan on the power supply unit. Power supply unit (Vibration noise from pulse transformer)

Overheat problem?

YES

NO

Suspect following defects. Thermister (LV/PBS/Lamp) Exhaust fan, Cooling fan Air filter frame (Dirt condition)

Image display problem?

YES

NO

Suspect following defects. Optical engine (May cause with dirt condition on the light guide unit, projection lens unit and light valve on the optical head unit.)

Low reproduced problem?

YES

Suspect following defects. AC input(Include power line transit or distortion) Power supply unit CD10MA board Cable connection (fail to make condition.)

Figure4- 12

REV.A 4-13