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LCD TV
SERVICE MANUAL
CHASSIS : LD91A

MODEL : 26LU5000

26LU5000-ZA

CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS,
READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.

P/NO : MFL50326811 (0906-REV00)

Printed in Korea

CONTENTS

CONTENTS .............................................................................................. 2
PRODUCT SAFETY ..................................................................................3
SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................6
ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION .................................................................9
EXPLODED VIEW .................................................................................. 14
SVC. SHEET ...............................................................................................

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These parts are identified by
in the
Schematic Diagram and Exploded View.
It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as recommended in this manual to prevent
Shock, Fire, or other Hazards.
Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure)


Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet.

General Guidance
An isolation Transformer should always be used during the
servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC
power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this
protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury
from electrical shocks.
It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being
damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be
inadvertently introduced during the service operation.
If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this TV receiver is blown,
replace it with the specified.
When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor,
over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB.

Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check.


Connect 1.5K/10watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15uF capacitor
between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.)
and the exposed metallic parts.
Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter
with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity.
Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage
measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage
measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to
0.5mA.
In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is
possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and
repaired before it is returned to the customer.

Leakage Current Hot Check circuit


Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts.

AC Volt-meter

Before returning the receiver to the customer,


always perform an AC leakage current check on the exposed
metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, etc., to
be sure the set is safe to operate without damage of electrical
shock.

Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check)


With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an
electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC
switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC
plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to
each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone
jacks, etc.
If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the
measured resistance should be between 1M and 5.2M.
When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the
reading must be infinite.
An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the
receiver is returned to the customer.

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To Instrument's
exposed
METALLIC PARTS

0.15uF

Good Earth Ground


such as WATER PIPE,
CONDUIT etc.

1.5 Kohm/10W

When 25A is impressed between Earth and 2nd Ground


for 1 second, Resistance must be less than 0.1
*Base on Adjustment standard

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SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: Before servicing receivers covered by this service
manual and its supplements and addenda, read and follow the
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS on page 3 of this publication.
NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the
following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions on
page 3 of this publication, always follow the safety precautions.
Remember: Safety First.
General Servicing Precautions
1. Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC power
source before;
a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board
module or any other receiver assembly.
b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical plug or
other electrical connection.
c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic
capacitor in the receiver.
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity
installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an
explosion hazard.
2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate high
voltage meter or other voltage measuring device (DVM,
FETVOM, etc) equipped with a suitable high voltage probe.
Do not test high voltage by "drawing an arc".
3. Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any of its
assemblies.
4. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, clean
electrical contacts only by applying the following mixture to the
contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or comparable
non-abrasive applicator; 10% (by volume) Acetone and 90% (by
volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%-99% strength)
CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture.
Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, lubrication of
contacts in not required.
5. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which
receivers covered by this service manual might be equipped.
6. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its
electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks are
correctly installed.
7. Always connect the test receiver ground lead to the receiver
chassis ground before connecting the test receiver positive
lead.
Always remove the test receiver ground lead last.
8. Use with this receiver only the test fixtures specified in this
service manual.
CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap to any
heat sink in this receiver.
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged easily
by static electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES
devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques
should be used to help reduce the incidence of component
damage caused by static by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or
semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic
charge on your body by touching a known earth ground.
Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available
discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed to
prevent potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the
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unit under test.


2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES
devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES
devices.
4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder
removal devices not classified as "anti-static" can generate
electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate
electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective
package until immediately before you are ready to install it.
(Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads
electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil
or comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the
leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be
installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit,
and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as
the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your
foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity
sufficient to damage an ES device.)
General Soldering Guidelines
1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and appropriate
tip size and shape that will maintain tip temperature within the
range or 500F to 600F.
2. Use an appropriate gauge of RMA resin-core solder composed
of 60 parts tin/40 parts lead.
3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well tinned.
4. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a mall wirebristle (0.5 inch, or 1.25cm) brush with a metal handle.
Do not use freon-propelled spray-on cleaners.
5. Use the following unsoldering technique
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature.
(500F to 600F)
b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts.
c. Quickly draw the melted solder with an anti-static, suctiontype solder removal device or with solder braid.
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit
board printed foil.
6. Use the following soldering technique.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach a normal temperature
(500F to 600F)
b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder the strand against
the component lead until the solder melts.
c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of the
component lead and the printed circuit foil, and hold it there
only until the solder flows onto and around both the
component lead and the foil.
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit
board printed foil.
d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any excess or
splashed solder with a small wire-bristle brush.

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IC Remove/Replacement
Some chassis circuit boards have slotted holes (oblong) through
which the IC leads are inserted and then bent flat against the
circuit foil. When holes are the slotted type, the following technique
should be used to remove and replace the IC. When working with
boards using the familiar round hole, use the standard technique
as outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above.
Removal
1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by gently
prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as the solder
melts.
2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-type
solder removal device (or with solder braid) before removing the
IC.
Replacement
1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board.
2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad and
solder it.
3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush.
(It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to the areas).
"Small-Signal" Discrete Transistor
Removal/Replacement
1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as close as
possible to the component body.
2. Bend into a "U" shape the end of each of three leads remaining
on the circuit board.
3. Bend into a "U" shape the replacement transistor leads.
4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the corresponding
leads extending from the circuit board and crimp the "U" with
long nose pliers to insure metal to metal contact then solder
each connection.
Power Output, Transistor Device
Removal/Replacement
1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor leads.
2. Remove the heat sink mounting screw (if so equipped).
3. Carefully remove the transistor from the heat sink of the circuit
board.
4. Insert new transistor in the circuit board.
5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead.
6. Replace heat sink.

Circuit Board Foil Repair


Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed circuit
board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to the circuit
board causing the foil to separate from or "lift-off" the board. The
following guidelines and procedures should be followed whenever
this condition is encountered.
At IC Connections
To repair a defective copper pattern at IC connections use the
following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper pattern
side of the circuit board. (Use this technique only on IC
connections).
1. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a sharp
knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely necessary).
2. carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic coating (if
used) from the end of the remaining copper pattern.
3. Bend a small "U" in one end of a small gauge jumper wire and
carefully crimp it around the IC pin. Solder the IC connection.
4. Route the jumper wire along the path of the out-away copper
pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped end of the good
copper pattern. Solder the overlapped area and clip off any
excess jumper wire.
At Other Connections
Use the following technique to repair the defective copper pattern
at connections other than IC Pins. This technique involves the
installation of a jumper wire on the component side of the circuit
board.
1. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife.
Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to ensure that a hazardous
condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens.
2. Trace along the copper pattern from both sides of the pattern
break and locate the nearest component that is directly
connected to the affected copper pattern.
3. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the lead of the
nearest component on one side of the pattern break to the lead
of the nearest component on the other side.
Carefully crimp and solder the connections.
CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is dressed so the
it does not touch components or sharp edges.

Diode Removal/Replacement
1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as
possible to diode body.
2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicular y to the circuit
board.
3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new diode
around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.
4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it.
5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints of
the two "original" leads. If they are not shiny, reheat them and if
necessary, apply additional solder.
Fuse and Conventional Resistor
Removal/Replacement
1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of the circuit board hollow
stake.
2. Securely crimp the leads of replacement component around
notch at stake top.
3. Solder the connections.
CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced
component and adjacent components and the circuit board to
prevent excessive component temperatures.
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SPECIFICATION
NOTE : Specifications and others are subject to change without notice for improvement.

1. Application range

3. Test method

This specification is applied to the LCD TV used LD91A


chassis.

2. Requirement for Test

1) Performance: LGE TV test method followed


2) Demanded other specification
- Safety: CE, IEC specification
- EMC:CE, IEC

Each part is tested as below without special appointment.


1) Temperature : 255C (779F), CST : 405C
2) Relative Humidity : 6510%
3) Power Voltage : Standard input voltage (100-240V@50/60Hz)
* Standard Voltage of each products is marked by models.
4) Specification and performance of each parts are followed
each drawing and specification by part number in
accordance with BOM.
5) The receiver must be operated for about 5 minutes prior to
the adjustment.

4. Module General Specification


No

Item

Specification

Screen Device

26 wide color display module

Aspect Ratio

16:9

LCD Module

26 TFT LCD FHD

Storage Environment

Temp. : -20 ~ 60 deg

Remark
LCD

LGD

Humidity : 10 ~ 90 %
5

Input Voltage

AC100-240V~, 50/60Hz

Power Consumption

Typ : 75

LCD(Module) + Backlight(Lamp)

Module Size

626.0(H) x 373.0(V) x 47.1(D)

With Inverter

Pixel Pitch

0.3mm(H) x 0.3mm

Back Light

EEFL

10

Display Colors

1.06Billion(FHD LGD),16.7M (others)

11

Coating

3H, AG

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5. Chroma& Brightness
- Module optical specification
No. Item

Specification

Min.

Typ.

1.

Viewing Angle<CR>10>

Right/Left/Up/Down

2.

Luminance

Luminance (cd/m2)

320

400

Variation

75

3.

Contrast Ratio

CR

4.

CIE Color Coordinates

White

Max.

170(160)

700

Remark
Degree
MAX /MIN

1000

WX

0.313

WY

0.329

Typ

RED

Xr

0.661

0.03

Yr

0.318

Green

Xg

0.207

Yg

0.668

Blue

Xb

0.144

Yb

0.068

1) Standard Test Condition (The unit has been ON)


2) Stable for approximately 30 minutes in a dark environment at 252C
3) The values specified are at approximate distance 50Cm from the LCD surface
4) Ta=252C, VLCD=12.0V, fV=60Hz, Dclk=74.25MHz VBR_A=1.65V,ExtVBR_B=100%

6. Component Video Input (Y, CB/PB, CR/PR)


Specification

No
Resolution
1.

720x480

Remark

H-freq(kHz)
15.73

V-freq(Hz)
60.00

SDTV,DVD 480i

2.

720x480

15.63

59.94

SDTV,DVD 480i

3.

720x480

31.47

59.94

480p

4.

720x480

31.50

60.00

480p

5.

720x576

15.625

50.00

SDTV,DVD 625 Line

6.

720x576

31.25

50.00

HDTV 576p

7.

1280x720

45.00

50.00

HDTV 720p

8.

1280x720

44.96

59.94

HDTV 720p

9.

1280x720

45.00

60.00

HDTV 720p

10.

1920x1080

31.25

50.00

HDTV 1080i

11.

1920x1080

33.75

60.00

HDTV 1080i

12.

1920x1080

33.72

59.94

HDTV 1080i

13.

1920x1080

56.250

50

HDTV 1080p

14.

1920x1080

67.5

60

HDTV 1080p

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7. RGB (PC)
Specification

No
Resolution

Proposed

H-freq(kHz)

V-freq(Hz)

Pixel Clock(MHz)

1.

720*400

31.468

70.08

28.321

2.

640*480

31.469

59.94

25.17

Remark
For only DOS mode
Input 848*480 60Hz, 852*480 60Hz

VESA

-> 640*480 60Hz Display


3.

800*600

37.879

60.31

40.00

VESA

4.

1024*768

48.363

60.00

65.00

VESA(XGA)

5.

1280*768

47.78

59.87

79.5

WXGA

6.

1360*768

47.72

59.8

84.75

WXGA

7.

1280*1024

63.595

60.0

108.875

SXGA

FHD model

8.

1920*1080

66.587

59.93

138.625

WUXGA

FHD model

8. HDMI Input (PC/DTV)


(1) DTV Mode
No

Resolution

H-freq(kHz)

V-freq.(Hz)

Pixel clock(MHz)

Proposed

1.

720*480

31.469 /31.5

59.94 /60

27.00/27.03

SDTV 480P

2.

720*576

31.25

50

54

SDTV 576P

3.

1280*720

37.500

50

74.25

HDTV 720P

4.

1280*720

44.96 /45

59.94 /60

74.17/74.25

HDTV 720P

5.

1920*1080

33.72 /33.75

59.94 /60

74.17/74.25

HDTV 1080I

6.

1920*1080

28.125

50.00

74.25

HDTV 1080I

7.

1920*1080

26.97 /27

23.97 /24

74.17/74.25

HDTV 1080P

8.

1920*1080

33.716 /33.75

29.976 /30.00

74.25

HDTV 1080P

9.

1920*1080

56.250

50

148.5

HDTV 1080P

10.

1920*1080

67.43 /67.5

59.94 /60

148.35/148.50

HDTV 1080P

Remark

(2) PC Mode
No

Resolution

H-freq(kHz)

V-freq.(Hz)

Pixel clock(MHz)

Proposed

Remark

1.

720*400

31.468

70.08

28.321

2.

640*480

31.469

59.94

25.17

VESA

3.

800*600

37.879

60.31

40.00

VESA

HDCP

4.

1024*768

48.363

60.00

65.00

VESA(XGA)

HDCP

5.

1280*768

47.78

59.87

79.5

WXGA

HDCP

6.

1360*768

47.72

59.8

84.75

WXGA

HDCP

7.

1280*1024

63.595

60.0

108.875

SXGA

HDCP/FHD model

8.

1920*1080

67.5

60.00

138.625

WUXGA

HDCP/FHD model

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ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION
1. Application Range

(3)

(4)

This specification sheet is applied to all of the LCD TV with


LD91A chassis.
filexxx.bin

2. Designation
1) The adjustment is according to the order which is
designated and which must be followed, according to the plan
which can be changed only on agreeing.
2) Power Adjustment: Free Voltage
3) Magnetic Field Condition: Nil.
4) Input signal Unit: Product Specification Standard
5) Reserve after operation: Above 5 Minutes (Heat Run)
Temperature : at 255C
Relative humidity : 6510%
Input voltage : 220V, 60Hz
6) Adjustment equipments: Color Analyzer (CA-210 or CA110), DDC Adjustment Jig equipment, SVC remote
controller
7) Push The IN STOP KEY - For memory initialization.

4. Click Connect tab. If Cant is displayed, check


connection between computer, jig, and set.
5. Click Auto tab and set as below
6. Click Run.
7. After downloading, check OK message.
(5)

f i l ex x x .bi n

( 7 ) .........OK

Case1 : Software version up


1. After downloading S/W by USB, TV set will reboot
automatically
2. Push In-stop key
3. Push Power on key
4. Function inspection
5. After function inspection, Push I n-stop key.
Case2 : Function check at the assembly line
1. When TV set is entering on the assembly line, Push
In-stop key at first.
2. Push Power on key for turning it on.
-> If you push Power on key, TV set will recover
channel information by itself.
3. After function inspection, Push In-stop key.

( 6)

* USB DOWNLOAD
1) Put the USB Stick to the USB socket
2) Automatically detecting update file in USB Stick
- If your downloaded program version in USB Stick is Low,
it didnt work. But your downloaded version is High, USB
data is automatically detecting
3) Show the message Copying files from memory

3. Main PCB check process


* APC - After Manual-Insult, executing APC

* Boot file Download


1. Execute ISP program Mstar ISP Utility and then click
Config tab.
2. Set as below, and then click Auto Detect and check OK
message
If Error is displayed, Check connection between
computer, jig, and set.
3. Click Read tab, and then load download file (XXXX.bin) by
clicking Read
(1)

(2)

Please Check the Speed : To use speed between


from 200KHz to 400KHz

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4) Updating is staring.

3.1. ADC Process


(1) ADC
Input signal : Component 480i
Signal equipment displays.

Adjustment pattern
- Component 480I
MODEL: 209 in Pattern Generator(480i Mode)
PATTERN : 65 in Pattern Generator(MSPG-925 SERIES)
After enter Service Mode by pushing ADJ key,
Enter Internal ADC mode by pushing G key at 5. ADC
Calibration

5) Fishing the version uploading, you have to put USB stick


and AC Power off.
6) After putting AC Power on and check updated version on
your TV.
* If downloading version is more high than your TV have,
TV can lost all channel data. In this case, you have to
channel recover. if all channel data is cleared, you didnt
have a DTV/ATV test on production line.

<Caution> Using power on button of the Adjustment R/C ,


power on TV.
* ADC Calibration Protocol (RS232)
Item
Adjust
Mode In
ADC Adjust

* After downloading, have to adjust Tool Option again.


1) Push "IN-START" key in service remote controller
2) Select Tool Option 1 and Push OK button.
3) Punch in the number. (Each model hax their number)
4) Completed selecting Tool option.
Model
26LU5000

Adjust Sequence
aa 00 00 [Enter Adjust Mode]
xb 00 40 [Component1 Input (480i)]
ad 00 10 [Adjust 480i Comp1]
xb 00 60 [RGB Input (1024*768)]
ad 00 10 [Adjust 1024*768 RGB]
aa 00 90 End Adjust mode
* Required equipment : Adjustment R/C.

Tool option1 Tool option2 Tool option3 Tool option4


9281

1570

1440

CMD1 CMD2 Data0


A
A
0 0 When transfer the Mode In,
Carry the command.
A
D
1 0 Automatically adjustment
(The use of a internal pattern)

3584

3.2 Function Check


(1) Check display and sound
Check Input and Signal items. (cf. work instructions)
1) TV
2) AV (SCART1/SCART2/ CVBS)
3) COMPONENT (480i)
4) RGB (PC : 1024 x 768 @ 60hz)
5) HDMI
6) PC Audio In
* Display and Sound check is executed by Remote control.
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* Manual W/B process using adjusts Remote control.

4. Total Assembly line process

After enter Service Mode by pushing ADJ key,


Enter White Balance by pushing G key at 3. White
Balance.

4.1. Adjustment Preparation


W/B Equipment condition
CA210 : CH 9, Test signal : Inner pattern (85IRE)
Above 5 minutes H/run in the inner pattern. (power on key
of adjust remote control)
Cool
Medium
Warm

9,300k
8,000k
6,500k

K
K
K

X=0.285(0.002)
Y=0.293(0.002)

<Test Signal>

X=0.295(0.002)

Inner pattern

Y=0.305(0.002)

(216gray,85IRE)

X=0.313(0.002)
Y=0.329(0.002)

* Connecting picture of the measuring instrument


(On Automatic control)
Inside PATTERN is used when W/B is controlled. Connect to
auto controller or push Adjustment R/C POWER ON ->
Enter the mode of White-Balance, the pattern will come out

Full White Pattern

CA-210

* After done all adjustments, Press In-start button and


compare Tool option and Area option value with its BOM, if
it is correctly same then unplug the AC cable. If it is not
same, then correct it same with BOM and unplug AC cable.
For correct it to the models module from factory JIG model.
* Push The IN STOP KEY after completing the function
inspection.

4.2. DDC EDID Write (RGB 128Byte )

COLOR
ANALYZER
TYPE: CA-210

Connect D-sub Signal Cable to D-sub Jack.


Write EDID Data to EEPROM(24C02) by using DDC2B
protocol.
Check whether written EDID data is correct or not.
* For SVC main Assy, EDID have to be downloaded to Insert
Process in advance.

RS-232C Communication

* Auto-control interface and directions


1) Adjust in the place where the influx of light like floodlight
around is blocked. (illumination is less than 10ux).
2) Adhere closely the Color Analyzer (CA210) to the module
less than 10cm distance, keep it with the surface of the
Module and Color Analyzers Prove vertically.(80~100).
3) Aging time
- After aging start, keep the power on (no suspension of
power supply) and heat-run over 15minutes.
- Using no signal or full white pattern or the others,
check the back light on.

4.3. DDC EDID Write (HDMI 256Byte)


Connect HDMI Signal Cable to HDMI Jack.
Write EDID Data to EEPROM(24C02) by using DDC2B
protocol.
Check whether written EDID data is correct or not.
* For SVC main Assy, EDID have to be downloaded to Insert
Process in advance.

4.4. EDID DATA

Auto adjustment Map(RS-232C)


RS-232C COMMAND MIN

CENTER

[CMD ID DATA]

MAX

(DEFAULT)

Cool

Mid

Warm

Cool

Mid

Warm

R Gain

jg

Ja

jd

00

172

192

192

255

G Gain

jh

Jb

je

00

172

192

192

255

B Gain

ji

Jc

jf

00

192

192

172

255

64

64

64

128

R Cut
G Cut

64

64

64

128

B Cut

64

64

64

128

1) All Data : HEXA Value


2) Changeable Data :
*: Serial No : Controlled / Data:01
**: Month : Controlled / Data:00
***:Year : Controlled
****:Check sum

** Caution **
Color Temperature : COOL, Medium, Warm.
One of R Gain/G Gain/ B Gain should be kept on 0xC0, and
adjust other two lower than C0.
(when R/G/B Gain are all C0, it is the FULL Dynamic Range
of Module)
Copyright 2009 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved.
Only for training and service purposes

- 11 -

LGE Internal Use Only

1) Analog Data 128Byte (2Bi)

- Auto Download
After enter Service Mode by pushing ADJ key,
Enter EDID D/L mode.
Enter START by pushing OK key.

00
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
A0
B0
C0
D0
E0
F0

0
00

1
FF

09
01
45
6E
3E

48
01
00
28
1E

2
FF
01
4C
01
7E
55
53

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

3
FF
03
A1
01
8A
00
10

4
FF
68
08
01
42
7E
00

5
FF
73
00
01
00
8A
0A

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

6
7
8
9
F F 00
1E 6D
41
78 0A CF
81
80
61
40
02 3A 80
18
00
1E 01 1D
42
00
00
1E
20
20
20
20
d
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF
FF FF FF FF

B0
01
58
1E
00

23
01
2C
20
3A

00
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

e
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

B0
01
58
1E
00

23
01
2C
20
3A

12

01
20

21

8A
00
3E
40
00
00

42
7E
96
58
1B
00

00
8A
00
2C
30
5F

74
45
71
00
00
20

A3
40
38
72
00
20

57
31
2D
51
00

4C
40
40
D0
FD

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF

2) DIGITAL DATA(HDMI-1/2/3/4) 256Byte


00
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
A0
B0
C0
D0
E0
F0

* Edid data and Model option download (RS232)


Item
Download

CMD1 CMD2 Data0


A

0 When transfer the Mode In,

00 10 Automatically Download

Mode In
Download

Carry the command.

(The use of a internal pattern)

1
FF
c

09
01
45
6E
3E

48
01
00
28
1E

02
22

03
15
f

00
42
7E
45
40

9E
00
8A
00
70

2
FF
01
4C
01
7E
55
53

3
FF
03
A1
01
8A
00
10

4
FF
80
08
01
42
7E
00

5
FF
73
00
01
00
8A
0A

20
01
80
01
00
42
7E
36

F1
26
18
1D
1E
00
8A
00

4E
15
71
00
8C
00
42
7E

90
07
1C
80
0A
18
00
8A

6
7
8
9
F F 00
1E 6D
41
78 0A CF
81
80
61
40
02 3A 80
18
00
1E 01 1D
42
00
00
1E
20
20
20
20
d
1F 04
13
05
50
09
57
07
16
20
58 2C
51 D0 0C 20
D0 8A 20
E0
02 3A 80
18
00
1E 66
21
42
00
00
1E

A
a

74
45
71
00
00
20

A3
40
38
72
00
20

57
31
2D
51
00

14

03

02

4C
40
40
D0
FD
d

f
25
40
2D
71
50
00

00
80
10
38
B0
00

7E
35
10
2D
51
00

* Detail EDID Options are below


Product ID

- Manual Download
* Caution
1) Use the proper signal cable for EDID Download
- Analog EDID : Pin3 exists
- Digital EDID : Pin3 exists
- Never connect HDMI & D-sub Cable at the same time.
- Use the proper cables below for EDID Writing
- Download HDMI1, HDMI2, separately because HDMI1
is different from HDMI3
For Analog EDID
D-sub to D-sub

0
00

For HDMI EDID


DVI-D to HDMI or HDMI to HDMI

Model Name

HEX

EDID Table

DDC Function

26LU5000

0002

02 00

Analog/Digital

Serial No: Controlled on production line.


Month, Year:
Week : 02 -> 02
Year : 2009 -> 13
Model Name(Hex):
MODEL

MODEL NAME(HEX)

all

00 00 00 FC 00 4C 47 20 54 56 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Checksum: Changeable by total EDID data.


Vendor Specific(HDMI)

No.
1
2
3

Item
ManufacturerID
Version
Revision

Condition
GSM
Digital : 1
Digital : 3

Hex Data
1E6D
01
03

Copyright 2009 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved.


Only for training and service purposes

- 12 -

INPUT

MODEL NAME(HEX)

HDMI1

65030C001000011D

HDMI2

65030C002000011D

HDMI3

65030C003000011D

LGE Internal Use Only

4.5. V-COM Adjust(Only 37/42/47LH4000-ZA)

5. Serial number D/L

- Why need Vcom adjustment?


A The Vcom (Common Voltage) is a Reference Voltage of
Liquid Crystal Driving.
-> Liquid Crystal need for Polarity Change with every frame.

press Power on key of service remocon.


(Baud rate : 115200 bps)
Connect RS232 Signal Cable to RS-232 Jack.
Write Serial number by use RS-232.
Must check the serial number at the Diagnostics of SET UP
menu. (Refer to below).

Circuit Block
Ga mma
Re f e r e nce V o ltage

Data (R ,G,B ) &


Con t rol si gnal

Da t a I n p u t

Y
S

In t e r f a ce

Ti m i n g
Co nt r o ll e r

Data (R ,G,B ) & C ont ro l s ignal

So urce D r i v e I C

Power
Po w e rInput
I nput

Po w e r
Blo ck

V COM

Gat e Driv e IC

T
E

Gamm a Reference
Volta ge

Con t rol si gnal

Column Line

Pane l

V COM
CLC

CST
Liquid
Crys tal

Row Li ne TFT

V COM

5.1. Signal TABLE


CMD

- Adjust sequence
After enter Service Mode by pushing ADJ key.
Enter V-Com Adjust mode by pushing G key at 10. VCom
As pushing the right or the left button on the remote
controller, Find the V-COM value that is stopped the Flicker.
If there is no flicker at default value, turn down or turn up at
least 20 step and check the flicker. Then go to the default
value.

LENGTH

ADH

ADL

DATA_1

...

Data_n

CS

DELAY

CMD : A0h
LENGTH : 85~94h (1~16 bytes)
ADH : EEPROM Sub Address high (00~1F)
ADL : EEPROM Sub Address low (00~FF)
Data : Write data
CS : CMD + LENGTH + ADH + ADL + Data_1 ++ Data_n
Delay : 20ms

5.2. Command Set


No.

Adjust mode

CMD(hex)

LENGTH(hex)

Description

EEPROM WRITE

A0h

84h+n

n-bytes Write (n = 1~16)

* Description
FOS Default write : <7mode data> write
Vtotal, V_Frequency, Sync_Polarity, Htotal, Hstart, Vstart, 0,
Phase
Data write : Model Name and Serial Number write in
EEPROM,.

5.3. Method & notice

(Visual Adjust and control the Voltage level)

Push the store button by OK key in the ADJ remocon.

4.6. Outgoing condition Configuration


- When pressing IN-STOP key by SVC remocon, Red LED are
blinked alternatively. And then Automatically turn off.
(Must not AC power OFF during blinking)

A. Serial number D/L is using of scan equipment.


B. Setting of scan equipment operated by Manufacturing
Technology Group.
C. Serial number D/L must be conformed when it is produced
in production line, because serial number D/L is mandatory
by D-book 4.0.

4.7. Internal pressure


Confirm whether is normal or not when between power
board's ac block and GND is impacted on 1.5kV(dc) or
2.2kV(dc) for one second

Copyright 2009 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved.


Only for training and service purposes

- 13 -

LGE Internal Use Only

EXPLODED VIEW
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

A10

320

530

Copyright
LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved.
Only for training and service purposes

500

300

122

120

200

200T

200N

LV1

802

803

801

A2

806

804

805

310

540

551

510

550

521

900

910

400

920

Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These
parts are identified by
in the Schematic Diagram and EXPLODED VIEW.
It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as
recommended in this manual to prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards.
Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

- 14 -

LGE Internal Use Only

/F_RB

OPT

R151

+3.3V

/PF_WE

PF_ALE

/PF_CE1

R102

+3.3V

Q101
KRC103S
OPT

OPT

R101

10:I12

7:F13;11:AG9

7:F12;11:AG10

11:Q8

11:J8

10:I12

4.7K

22

+5V_GENERAL

22

R171

C114
0.1uF

$0.76

R161

+3.3V

GND

WP

DO

NC_9

VSS_1

CLK

HOLD

VCC

SPI_DI

SPI_CK

26~32
R1527
1K
1%

R1529
1.8K
37~47

37~47
R1528
2.7K
1%

+12V/+15V

FRC/LVDS_B

KIA7042AF
1
3

R1543
10K

+3.3V

$0.418

SDA

SCL

WC

VCC

C1501
2.2uF
OPT

PWM0

7:G25;7:R15;9:AI24;9:AI25

GND

LED_ON/LED_R

E16;E20;T19

E16;E19;T19

C3

A7

D6

D7

C4

D6

C4

2
R115
10K

/F_RB

PF_WP

PF_ALE

/PF_WE

/PF_OE

/PF_CE1

/PF_CE0

OUT

SCL0

SDA0

EEPROM_SDA

EEPROM_SCL

22

AR101

R1500
1K
OPT

R199
1K
OPT

PWM1

SDA1
SCL1

SDA0
SCL0

SDA0
SCL0

POWER_DET

AK12

AK12

T21;Y14

T21;Y14

T21;Y14

T21;Y14

EEPROM_SDA E16;E20;Y14
EEPROM_SCL E16;E19;Y13

R1501
1K

R198
1K
PWM_DIM

/FE_RESET

FE_AGC_SPEED_CTL

MEMC_RESET

100

R1611

R1601

R1604
3.3K
HD

100

100

FRC/LVDS_B

R1600

R1603
3.3K
FHD

100

R1544

MODEL OPTION

100

R1545

R1606
3.3K
LED_MOVING

R1608
3.3K

NO_FRC/LVDS_A

R1607
3.3K

FRC/LVDS_B
R1605
3.3K
LED_NORMAL

+3.3V

PWM2

R1610
OPT

R1609
3.3K

MODEL_OPT_3

MODEL_OPT_2

MODEL_OPT_1

MODEL_OPT_0

SB_MUTE

9:AI24

100

MODEL_OPT_3

MODEL_OPT_2

MODEL_OPT_1

MODEL_OPT_0

PIN NAME

R1550

11:AE17

DBG_TX

DBG_RX

ISP_RXD

C1500
1uF
OPT

E19;T19;Y13

C101
0.022uF
16V

10uF

IC101

6.3V

KIA7427F
VCC 1
3

C102

+3.3V_ST

ISP_TXD
A_DIM

22

EEPROM_SCL
EEPROM_SDA E20;T19;Y14

VOLTAGE DETECTOR

*Mstar reset:Active high reset

+3.3V

PWM0

R113

DIMMING

C108
8pF
OPT

22

0IMMRMP008A(MICROCHIP)

R110

C100
0.1uF

+3.3V

IC105: EAN43352801(ATMEL SHRINK)

PCM_A[0-7]

10 : BOOT 51
11 : BOOT RISC

MCU BOOT STRAP

R100
0 VSS

E2

E1

E0

IC105
M24512-WMW6

EEPROM

NC_16

NC_17

NC_18

C107
8pF
OPT

PCM_A[0]

I/O0

22

PCM_A[1]

NC_19

PCM_A[2]

PCM_A[3]

I/O1

AR103

I/O2

I/O3

NC_20

NC_21

NC_22

VSS_2

VCC_2

PRE

NC_23

0.1uF

PCM_A[4]

I/O4

C106

PCM_A[5]

I/O5

22

PCM_A[6]

NC_24

PCM_A[7]

I/O6

AR102

C105
10uF 6.3V

I/O7

NC_25

NC_26

NC_27

NC_28

+3.3V_ST

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

R1508
1.8K
19~22

3.6K

19~32
R1521

+24V/+15V

R128

R129

R131

SDA_SUB/AMP

SCL_SUB/AMP

MEMC_SCL

R123

R130

MEMC_SDA

FE_DEMOD_SCL

IC1500

+3.3V

EEPROM_SDA
E16;T19;Y14

E16;T19;Y13
EEPROM_SCL

FRC/LVDS_B

1386 WON

Addr:10101--

DIO

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

+3.3V_TUNER

13

15

14

+3.3V

NC_15

NC_14

NC_13

NC_12

NC_11

WP

WE

ALE

CLE

NC_10

12

11

10

IC102
HY27US08121B-TPCB

R122

33

R1530

CS

NC_8

VCC_1

IC103
W25X32VSSIG

C103
0.1uF

NC_7

CE

RE

R/B

NC_6

NC_5

NC_4

NC_3

FE_DEMOD_SDA

FE_TUNER_SCL

R109

AI13;10:I9

SDA

SCL

WP

FE_TUNER_SDA

VCC

AI13;10:I9

A2 3

VSS 4

A1 $0.199
2
7

A0

IC107
CAT24WC08W-T

POWER DETECT

I2C

R158
4.7K

SPI_DO

SPI_CS

Q100
KRC103S
OPT

+3.3V

3.9K

R111

NC_2

4.7K

1K

R1540

1K

R112

/PF_OE

R1509

HDCP EEPROM

Flash_WP_1

Serial FLASH MEMORY


for BOOT

PF_WP

R104
10K

10K

R1533
4.7K

OPT

R1505
4.7K

R103

R105 OPT 1K

R1539
1K

R1504
4.7K

/PF_CE0

R1506
1.2K

L102

R1503
2.2K

R107
470

NC_1

R1502
2.2K

+3.3V

R124

D7

KEY2

PCM_D[7]

OPT

J2

AD12

B9

E11

B9(FHD)
B9(HD)

D6

PIN NO.

FHD

LED_NORMAL

FRC
LVDS_B

LCD

HIGH

MODEL OPTION

DSUB_DET

MODEL_OPT_0
COMP_DET

0
100
100

R126
R148
R147

HD

LED_MOVING

NO_FRC
LVDS_A

PDP

LOW

100

R166

C5

D5

D6

E10

E8

E11

D7

D9
D10
0
100

100

R160

R168

R189

100

MODEL_OPT_2
8:C6 ERROR_OUT
7:R15 NTP_MUTE

R157

AC11

C4

E4

F4

B4

A4

AA13

R156

100

SCART2_MUTE

R146

R150

AB12

AB13

V5

W5

J1

22

22

R143

22

AC21

22

AB21

R142

F8
D11

AB11

Y14

AC9

AA11

AA12

AF6

AE6

T4

W4

AA5

AC7

AC8

AA10

AB15

Y5

AB18

AA14

AD6

AA7

AB9

Y4

V4

AA4

AB5

AA9

AC13

AB8

AC12

AB14

AC14

AC15

AB16

33

33

33

R1519

33

R1516
R1518

33

R1515
R1517

33

33

R1514

33

33

R1513

R1511
R1512

33

R1510

PCM_A[14]

PCM_A[13]

PCM_A[12]

PCM_A[11]

PCM_A[10]

PCM_A[9]

PCM_A[8]

PCM_A[7]

PCM_A[6]

PCM_A[5]

PCM_A[4]

PCM_A[3]

PCM_A[2]

PCM_A[1]

Y13

R140
R141

R164
R165

R162
R163

Y11
Y12

Y10

AC6

AA16

AA15

AC16

D4

PCM_D[5]
PCM_D[6]

IC100

GPIO_PM3/GPIO137

SAR3

GPIO102

GPIO103/I2S_OUT_SD3

GPIO99

GPIO98

GPIO97

GPIO91

GPIO90/I2S_OUT_MUTE

GPIO88

GPIO96

GPIO44

IRIN

GPIO68

GPIO67

ET_COL

ET_MDIO

ET_MDC

ET_TX_EN

ET_RXD1

ET_RXD0
SAR2

ET_TX_CLK
SAR1

ET_TXD1

ET_TXD0

TS1_CLK

TS1_VLD

TS1_SYNC

TS1_D0

TS0_CLK

TS0_VLD

TS0_SYNC

TS0_D7

TS0_D6

TS0_D5

TS0_D4

TS0_D3

TS0_D2

TS0_D1

TS0_D0

GPIO43/PCM2_IRQA_N

GPIO42/PCM2_CE_N

UART1_TX/GPIO87

UART1_RX/GPIO86

UART2_TX/GPIO85

UART2_RX/GPIO84

GPIO79/LVSYNC2/TX1

LVSYNC/GPIO133

LHSYNC2/I2S_OUT_MUTE/RX1

GPIO62/PCM2_CD_N/TX1

GPIO60/PCM2_RESET/RX1

GPIO132/LHSYNC/SPI_WPn

GPIO130/LCK

GPIO131/LDE/SPI_WPn1

GPIO_PM6/INT2/GPIO140

GPIO_PM5/INT1/GPIO139

SAR0

PWM3

PWM2

PWM1

PWM0

UART_TX2

UART_RX2

DDCA_DA

DDCA_CLK

DDCR_CK

DDCR_DA

UART2_RX/SDAM

UART2_TX/SCKM

F_RBZ

PF_AD15

PF_ALE

/PF_WE

/PF_OE

/PF_CE1

/PF_CE0

/PCM_CE

PCM_IOR/CI_RD

PCM_IOWR/CI_WR

/PCM_WE

/PCM_IRQA

GPIO_PM4/GPIO138

PCM_REG/CI_CLK
PCM_WAIT/CI_WACK

GPIO_PM2/GPIO136

GPIO_PM1/GPIO135

PCM_CD/CI_CD
/PCM_OE

GPIO_PM0/GPIO134

PCM_RST/CI_RST

PCM_A14/CI_A14

PCM_A13/CI_A13

PCM_A12/CI_A12

PCM_A11/CI_A11

PCM_A10/CI_A10

PCM_A9/CI_A9

PCM_A8/CI_A8

USB_DP_2

USB_DM_2

PCM_A6/CI_A6
PCM_A7/CI_A7

USB_DM_1

USB_DP_1

PCM_A5/CI_A5

PCM_A4/CI_A4

PCM_A3/CI_A3

PCM_A2/CI_A2

PCM_A1/CI_A1

PCM_A0/CI_A0

SPI_CK

SPI_DO
/SPI_CS

PCMD7/CI_D7

PCMD6/CI_D6

SPI_DI

TESTPIN/GND

XOUT

XIN

PCMD5/CI_D5

PCMD4/CI_D4

PCMD3/CI_D3

PCMD2/CI_D2

PCMD1/CI_D1

PCMD0/CI_D0

HWRESET

LGE3368A (Saturn6 No-DivX)

PCM_D[4]

PCM_D[3]

PCM_D[2]

PCM_D[1]

PCM_D[0]

PCM_A[0]

R116

AMP_RST
7:F6
MODEL_OPT_1

11:X16;11:AD14

IR

KEY1

11:Y9

22

/PCM_CE

/PCM_IORD

/PCM_WE
/PCM_IOWR

/PCM_IRQA

11:Y10

PWM2

PWM1

PWM0

AR100

/PCM_OE
/PCM_REG

PCM_RST
/PCM_CD

/PCM_WAIT

PCM_A[0-14]

PCM_D[0-7]
B3

G6

R1537
R1534
R1538

AC18
C6

CI_TS_DATA[6]
CI_TS_DATA[7]

CI_TS_DATA[4]

100

B8

A7

A11

B9

A10

B10

R192
R155

R153

R191

R190

100

100

100

100

100

100

100
R177
C11
C9

R183

R154
B11
A9

C10

AA19

AC19

AA20

AB19

AB4

AD5

AC4

CI_TS_DATA[5]

CI_TS_DATA[3]

AC5

AA6
U4

AB7
AB6

CI_TS_DATA[2]

CI_TS_DATA[1]
Y9

CI_TS_DATA[0]

100

22

22

22

22
100

100
100

100

100

100

100

R132
15K
OPT

33

33

33

+3.3V_ST

SPI_CK

SPI_CS

SPI_DI G12
SPI_DO

SCL1

SCART2_DET
SC_RE2

5:D10

USB_CTL
4:AL4
SCART1_MUTE 9:AI25

SCART1_DET

MODEL_OPT_3

BIT_SEL

SC_RE1
SIDE_HP_MUTE
HP_DET
EDID_WP

7:G26

9:N24

R1523

100

R187 OPT 100

6:AI16;6:AL7;6:AL12

9:AI24

100

R182 OPT100

ISP_TXD

POWER_DET

POWER_DET

DBG_TX

SIDE_USB_DM 4:AJ6
SIDE_USB_DP 4:AJ5
SIDE_USB

REAR_USB_DM4:AJ5

REAR_USB
REAR_USB_DP4:AJ6

CI_TS_DATA[0-7]

11:N20

9:N25

FE_TUNER_SDA

OPC_EN

FE_TUNER_SCL

5:D10

5:V22

8:M10
8:Q8
POWER_ON/OFF1
8:P5
DBG_RX

PANEL_CTL

INV_CTL

8:B11
WARM_LED_ON/LED_W
R1520

5:D10

T22

5:V22
BUF_TS_VAL_ERR 5:V21
BUF_TS_CLK
5:V21

BUF_TS_SYN

BUF_TS_DATA[0]

CI_TS_CLK

CI_TS_VAL

4:M4

5:D24

CI_TS_SYN

AV_CVBS_DET

5V_HDMI_2
PCM_5V_CTL

5V_HDMI_1

4:AG3

R197
15K
OPT

PM GPIO Assignment Recommended by MStar

R196
15K
OPT

10:AA4
FE_BOOSTER_CTL
10:AA4
Flash_WP_1
A11
SDA1
T22

LVDS_SEL

USB_OCD

R152
4.7K
OPT

20pF

C112

20pF

080923_Time Delay
X100
C111
12MHz

R133
15K
OPT

+3.3V

V4

R193
1M

AA8

AF10

Y8

R127

R170

B6
AF5

R169

A6

F10

F9

E7

R1536

R1535

R167
R159

R188

AA17

AA18

AB17
AF11

AC17

H6

R186

R185

F6

R184

H5

R179

R178

R175

R174

R1526

R1525

R1524

R173

R172

G5

F5

E5

AB10

AC10

A5

B5

AD11

AE12

AF12

AE11

E6

A3

10K

/PF_CE0
H : Serial Flash
L : NAND Flash
/PF_CE1
H : 16 bit
L : 8 bit

R1507
1.2K

0.1uF
C104

4.7K

Copyright 2009 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved.


Only for training and service purposes

R125

R195

NAND FLASH MEMORY

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
MAIN 1

LGE Internal Use Only

6:K8

6:K9

0
100

R202

FE_VSCART_OUT

DTV/MNT_VOUT

FE_VMAIN

AV_CVBS_IN

SC2_CVBS_IN

SC1_CVBS_IN

9:P8

COMP_Pb

COMP_Y

COMP_Pr

DSUB_B

DSUB_G

DSUB_R

DSUB_VSYNC

DSUB_HSYNC

SC1_CVBS_IN

SC1_B

SC1_G

SC1_R

SC1_FB

SC1_ID

HDMI_CEC

HPD3

DDC_SCL_3

DDC_SDA_3

D2-_HDMI3

D2+_HDMI3

D1-_HDMI3

D0-_HDMI3
D1+_HDMI3

CK-_HDMI3

SC2_ID

0
100

100

R249

R204

47

47
47

470

47

47
47

R211

R212

R214

R215

R216

47

47
47
470

47
47

47
470

100

47

47

47

47

47

47

100
100

R219

R222

R224

R284

R205

R206

R226

R227

R235

R236

R228

R209

R225

R223

R221

R220

R218

R244
10K

R217

R213

47

R210

R200

R248

0.047uF

0.047uF

C222

0.047uF

0.047uF

0.047uF

0.047uF

0.047uF

0.047uF

1000pF

0.047uF
0.047uF

0.047uF

1000pF

0.047uF
0.047uF

22
0.047uF

22

0.047uF
0.047uF

0.047uF

C221

C2019

C2024

C218

C217

C211

C210

C209

C216

C214
C215

C208

C213

C212
C207

R245

R246

C206

C205

C203
C204

1000pF

0.047uF
0.047uF

C201

C202

0.047uF

C200

RIN1P/DSUB_R

VSYNC2

VCOM1

Y2 CVBSOUT0/SC2_MNTOUT
AA2 CVBSOUT1

W1 CVBS0/RF_CVBS
Y3 VCOM0

N3 CVBS5
M3 CVBS7

M1 CVBS4/S-VIDEO_Y
M2 CVBS6/S-VIDEO_C

T2

U3 CVBS1/SC1_CVBS
U2 CVBS2/SC2_CVBS
T1 CVBS3/SIDE_CVBS

J5

U1 BIN2P/COMP_PB+
V3 SOGIN2

V1 RIN2P/COMP_PR+
V2 GIN2P/COMP_Y+

GIN1P/DSUB_G
K1 BIN1P/DSUB_B
L2 SOGIN1

L3

L1

K3 HSYNC1/DSUB_HSYNC
K2 VSYNC1/DSUB_VSYNC

BINM
R2 GINM

T3

P3 SOGIN0/SC1_CVBS
P1 RINM

R3 GIN0P/SC1_G
R1 BIN0P/SC1_B

N2 HSYNC0/SC1_ID
N1 VSYNC0/SC1_FB
P2 RIN0P/SC1_R

AD7 HOTPLUG_C
J3 CEC

AE7 DDCD_C_DA
AF7 DDCD_C_CK

AE10 RXC2P
AD10 RXC2N

AF9 RXC1P
AE9 RXC1N

AD9 RXC0P
AF8 RXC0N

E2 HOTPLUG_B

D1 RXB2N
E1 DDCD_B_DA
F3 DDCD_B_CK

D3 RXB1N
E3 RXB2P

D0+_HDMI3

R203

R201

C1 RXB0P
C2 RXB0N
D2 RXB1P

C3 RXBCKP
B1 RXBCKN

B2 DDCD_A_CK
A2 HOTPLUG_A

H2 RXA2N
A1 DDCD_A_DA

G1 RXA1N
H1 RXA2P

CK+_HDMI3

R243
10K

0
100

R208

R247

R207

RXACKN

RXACKP

G2 RXA0P
G3 RXA0N
H3 RXA1P

F2

F1

AE8 RXCCKP
AD8 RXCCKN

HPD2

DDC_SCL_2

DDC_SDA_2

D2-_HDMI2

D2+_HDMI2

D1-_HDMI2

D0-_HDMI2
D1+_HDMI2

D0+_HDMI2

CK-_HDMI2

CK+_HDMI2

HPD1

DDC_SCL_1

DDC_SDA_1

D2-_HDMI1

D2+_HDMI1

D1-_HDMI1

D0-_HDMI1
D1+_HDMI1

D0+_HDMI1

CK-_HDMI1

CK+_HDMI1

THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

9:AL4

10:AA8

4:M2

9:AE2

E17;9:O4

4:K12

4:K11

4:K13

4:C23

4:C24

4:C26

4:C22

4:C22

E21;9:O4

9:J9

9:J8

9:J6

9:O6

9:P8

6:AM25

6:W11

6:X13;6:AL13

6:X13;6:AL14

6:X17

6:X17

6:X16

6:X16

6:X15

6:X15

6:X14

6:X15

6:J16

6:K18;6:AL18

6:K18;6:AL19

6:K22

6:K22

6:K21

6:K21

6:K20

6:K21

6:K19

6:K20

6:J6

6:K7;6:AL9

6:K7;6:AL9

6:K11

6:K12

6:K10

6:K11

6:K9

6:K10

LVA0P

OPT

100

R264
R265

R262
R263

R283

R282

R281

R280

R279

R278

R277

R276

R260
R261

R258
R259

R275

R273

R272

R271

R270

R269

R268

R267

C2007
C2008

AF3

AE3
AUR2
AUL2 AE2
AA1
AUR3
AB1
AUL3
AB2
AUR4
AC2
AUL4
AB3
AUR5
AC3
AUL5

AUR1

AUVAG

AUVRP

AUVRM

AUCOM

REXT

REFM

REFP

VCLAMP

I2S_IN_SD

I2S_OUT_SD

I2S_OUT_BCK

I2S_OUT_WS

I2S_OUT_MCK

AUOUTL2/SC2_LOUT

AUOUTR2/SC2_ROUT

AUOUTL1/SC1_LOUT

AUOUTR1/SC1_ROUT

AUOUTL0/HP_LOUT

AUOUTR0/HP_ROUT

SPDIF_OUT

SPDIF_IN

SIF0M

SIF0P

AUL1

2.2uF
2.2uF

C2013

C232

R240
R250

AD1
AC1

D8

390

0.1uF

0.1uF

1uF
4.7uF

C226
C227

Close to IC
as close as possible

C228

0.1uF

C225

10uF 6.3V

C234

C235

22

22

22

22

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

0.1uF

0.1uF

2.2uF

2.2uF

C233
0.1uF

AD4

C224

1% +3.3V
Check

R229

C223

R234

AF4

AE4

AE5

G4

J4

H4

K4

C8

R233

R232

B7
C7

R231

A8

R251

R239

AD3

AD2

R237
R238

AF1

R230

AF2

E9

R266

W2

F11

C231

W3

C2016

C2015

2.2uF

C2012
C2014

2.2uF
2.2uF

2.2uF
2.2uF

2.2uF

2.2uF

2.2uF

C2011

C2009

C230
C2006

AUL0

Y1

C229

R274

22
22

22
22

22

22

22

22

22

22

22

22

22
22

22
22

22

22

22

22

22

22

22

22

AA3

AD18

AE18

AE17

AF17

AF18

AD17

AE19

AF19

AF20

AD19

AD20

AE20

AD14

AE14

AE13

AF13

AF14

AD13

AE15

AF15

AF16

AD15

AD16

AE16

AE1

AUR0

LVBCKM

LVBCKP

LVB4M

LVB4P

LVB3M

LVB3P

LVB2M

LVB2P

LVB1M

LVB1P

LVB0M

LVB0P

LVACKM

LVACKP

LVA4M

LVA4P

LVA3M

LVA3P

LVA2M

LVA2P

LVA1M

LVA1P

LVA0M

R242

R241

0.1uF

0.1uF

47
47

R253
22K

R252
22K

+3.3V

C2004
0.1uF

11:J8

11:J9;11:M15
11:Q15;11:Q9

LVB_4P
LVB_4M

5V_HDMI_3

FE_SIF

PC_L_IN

PC_R_IN

COMP_L_IN

COMP_R_IN

AV_L_IN

AV_R_IN

SC2_L_IN

SC2_R_IN

SC1_L_IN

SC1_R_IN

LVB_CKM

C236
22pF
OPT

C237
22pF
OPT

10:P13

4:Z6

4:Z5

4:K13

4:K15

4:M5

4:M6

9:AE10

9:AE11

9:J10

9:J12

C238
22pF
OPT
C239
22pF
OPT

11:Q15;11:Q9

11:J9;11:M15

11:Q15;11:Q9

LVB_3M

LVB_CKP

11:J9;11:M15

LVB_3P

11:Q16;11:Q10
11:J9;11:M15

11:Q16;11:Q10

11:Q15;11:Q10

11:J10;11:M16

LVB_1M
LVB_2P

LVB_0M

LVB_2M

LVB_1P

11:J10;11:M16

11:Q7

11:J7

11:Q6

11:J6

11:Q7

11:J7

11:Q7

11:J7

11:Q7

11:J7

11:Q8

C277
0.1uF

C281
0.1uF

C241
0.1uF

MS_SCK
MS_LRCH

MS_LRCK

AUDIO_MASTER_CLK

SCART2_Lout

SCART2_Rout

SCART1_Rout
SCART1_Lout

HP_LOUT

HP_ROUT

SPDIF_OUT

C244
0.1uF

7:F12
7:F12

7:F12

7:F7

9:AM13

9:AN15

9:S12

9:T14

7:G19

7:G21

C291
0.1uF

C294
0.1uF

4:T11

C283
0.1uF

C289
0.1uF

+3.3V_VDDP

C266
0.1uF

C275
0.1uF

C247
0.1uF

C259
0.1uF

C264
0.1uF

C250
0.1uF

C254
0.1uF

C257
0.1uF

C253
0.1uF

C251
0.1uF

C252
0.1uF

C258
0.1uF

C248
0.1uF

C249
0.1uF

C265
0.1uF

C245
0.1uF

C276
0.1uF

C242
0.1uF

C246
0.1uF

LVB_0P

LVA_CKM

LVA_CKP

LVA_4M

LVA_4P

LVA_3M

LVA_3P

LVA_2M

LVA_2P

LVA_1M

LVA_1P

LVA_0M

LVA_0P

C2026
0.1uF

L210
BLM18PG121SN1D

R254
22K

IC100
LGE3368A (Saturn6 No-DivX)

C2017
0.01uF

+1.8V_DDR

C2021
0.01uF

C2027
10uF

C2018
0.01uF

C243
0.1uF

C2023
0.01uF

+1.26V_VDDC

R257
22K

C2044
10uF

R255
22K

HDMI

SCART_RGB

DSUB

COMP

CVBS

TV/MNT

AUDIO IN
R256
22K

Copyright 2009 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved.


Only for training and service purposes
C2022
0.01uF

LVDS OUT

C2020
0.01uF

C2043
10uF

C296
0.1uF

C297
0.1uF
C2000
0.1uF

C2001
0.1uF

C2005
0.1uF
C2031
0.1uF
C2032
0.1uF

C2033
0.1uF

AA23

Y21

W13

U5

T18

T17

T16

T15

T14

T13

T12

T11

T10

T9

T5

R18

R17

R16

R15

R14

R13

R12

R11

R10

R9

R4

P18

P17

P16

P15

P14

P13

P12

P11

P10

P9

P4

N18

N17

N16

N15

N14

N13

N12

N11

N10

N9

N4

M18

M17

M16

M15

M14

M13

M12

M11

M10

M9

L18

L17

L16

L15

L14

L13

L12

L11

L10

L9

F7

E18

E17

E16

VDDC_16

VDDP_6

GND_32

AVDD_DDR_6
AVDD_DDR_7
AVDD_DDR_8
AVDD_DDR_9
AVDD_DDR_10

GND_45
GND_46

GND_73

GND_72

GND_71

GND_70

GND_69

GND_68

GND_67

GND_66

GND_65

GND_64

GND_63

GND_62

GND_61

GND_60

GND_59

GND_58

GND_57

GND_56

GND_55

GND_54

GND_53

GND_52

AVDD_USB

AVDD_DM

AVDD_33_5

AVDD_33_4

AVDD_33_3

AVDD_33_2

AVDD_33_1

AVDD_MPLL

AVDD_LPLL

AVDD_MEMPLL_2
AVDD_MEMPLL_3

GND_49
GND_50
GND_51

AVDD_MEMPLL_1

GND_48

AVDD_DDR_11

GND_44

GND_47

GND_42

AVDD_DDR_5
GND_43

AVDD_DDR_4
GND_41

AVDD_DDR_3

AVDD_DDR_2

AVDD_DDR_1

AVDD_AU

VDDP_8

GND_40

GND_39

GND_38

GND_37

GND_36

GND_35

GND_34

VDDP_7

VDDP_5

GND_31

GND_33

VDDP_3
VDDP_4

VDDP_2
GND_29

GND_28
GND_30

VDDP_1

GND_27

GND_26

GND_25

VDDC_26

GND_24

VDDC_27

VDDC_24
VDDC_25

VDDC_23

GND_21
GND_22

VDDC_22

GND_20

GND_23

VDDC_21

VDDC_20

VDDC_19

VDDC_18

H8

W8

N7

M7

L7

K7

J7

H7

R20

V20

T20

H17

W18

W17

W16

W15

W14

H16

H15

H14

H13

G13

G12

W7

W10

W9

P20

N20

H12

H11

H10

H9

Y22

W22

W20

W19

W12

W11

V22

V7

U22

U20

U7

T22

VDDC_14 R7
VDDC_15 T7

VDDC_12 M20
VDDC_13 P7

VDDC_9 J20
VDDC_10 K20
VDDC_11 L20

VDDC_8 H20

VDDC_6 H18
VDDC_7 H19

VDDC_3 D18
VDDC_4 D19
VDDC_5 D20

VDDC_17

C2035
0.1uF
C2036
0.1uF

+1.8V_DDR

0.1uF

C269

C274

0.1uF

C260

C2025
10uF
6.3V

0.1uF

C267

0.1uF

C273

+3.3V_S6

0.1uF

C2030

+3.3V_S6

AVDD_DM : 0.03mA

0.1uF

C286

+3.3V_AVDD

AVDD_33 : 281mA

AVDD_LPLL : 4.69mA

L206
BLM18PG121SN1D

0.1uF

C279

+3.3V_S6

AVDD_MEMPLL : 23.77mA

0.1uF

C2042
0.1uF

AVDD_AU : 36.11mA

C2041
0.1uF

C293

+3.3V

C2040
0.1uF

L209
BLM18PG121SN1D

AVDD_OTG : 22.96mA

0.1uF

C256

C2039
0.1uF

VDDP : 102.3mA

0.1uF 0.1uF

C271

+3.3V_S6

0.1uF

0.1uF

C262

0.1uF

C284

C2029
0.1uF

C263

C2038
0.1uF

+3.3V_AVDD_MPLL

+3.3V_S6

C2037
0.1uF

VDDC : 970mA

+3.3V_VDDP

+1.26V_VDDC

C2034
0.1uF

VDDC_1 D16
VDDC_2 D17

GND_19

GND_18

GND_17

GND_16

GND_15

GND_13
GND_14

GND_12

GND_11

GND_10

GND_9

GND_8

GND_7

GND_6

GND_5

GND_4

GND_3

GND_2

IC100
LGE3368A (Saturn6 No-DivX)

C2003
0.1uF

AUDIO OUT

LGE Internal Use Only

DQ10

DQ11

DQ12

DQ13

DQ14

DQ15

SDDR_D[10]

SDDR_D[11]

SDDR_D[12]

SDDR_D[13]

SDDR_D[14]

SDDR_D[15]

VSSQ1

VSSQ2

VSSQ3

VSSQ4

VSSQ5

VSSQ6

VSSQ7

VSSQ8

VSSQ9

VSSQ10

VSS1

VSS2

VSS3

VSS4

VSS5

VDDQ1

VDDQ2

VDDQ3

VDDQ4

VDDQ5

VDDQ6

VDDQ7

VDDQ8

VDDQ9

VDDQ10

VDD1

VDD2

VDD3

VDD4

VDD5

DQ9

SDDR_D[9]

+1.8V_DDR

DQ8

DQ5

SDDR_D[5]

DQ7

DQ4

SDDR_D[4]

DQ6

DQ3

SDDR_D[3]

SDDR_D[8]

DQ2

SDDR_D[2]

SDDR_D[7]

DQ1

SDDR_D[1]

SDDR_D[6]

DQ0

SDDR_D[0]

H8

H2

F8

F2

E7

D8

D2

A7

B8

B2

P9

N1

J3

E3

A3

G9

G7

G3

G1

E9

C9

C7

C3

C1

A9

R1

M9

J9

E1

A1

B9

B1

D9

D1

D3

D7

C2

C8

F9

F1

H9

H1

H3

H7

G2

G8

J2

J1

J7

R8

E2

A2

R7

R3

A8

E8

B3

F3

B7

F7

K3

L7

K7

L8

K9

K2

K8

J8

L1

L3

L2

R2

P7

M2

P3

P8

P2

N7

N3

N8

N2

M7

M3

M8

VREF

SDDR_DQS1_N

VDDL

VSSDL

NC3

NC2

NC1

NC6

+1.8V_DDR

SDDR_DQS0_N

LDQS

UDQS

SDDR_DQM1_P

UDM

SDDR_DQS1_P

56

56

56

56

56

56

56

56

56

R320

R319 56

ADDR2_D[5]

SDDR_D[5]

C318

C319

0.1uF

0.1uF

C317

0.1uF

C316

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF
C315

C313

0.1uF
C314

0.1uF

C12
B23
B12
C23

ADDR2_A[6]
ADDR2_A[7]
ADDR2_A[8]
ADDR2_A[9]

B21
C21
C14
C20

ADDR2_D[3]
ADDR2_D[4]
ADDR2_D[5]
ADDR2_D[6]

ADDR2_D[15]

ADDR2_D[14]

ADDR2_D[13]

ADDR2_D[12]

ADDR2_D[11]

ADDR2_D[10]

ADDR2_D[9]

ADDR2_D[8]

A17

B19

A16

A20

B20

B16

C19

C16

C15

A15

ADDR2_D[1]
ADDR2_D[2]

ADDR2_D[7]

A21

ADDR2_D[0]

B15

B17

A18

A19

C18

C17

B18

D22

D12

D13

D14

D23

A14

B14

D24

B24

C24

ADDR2_A[12] A24

ADDR2_A[10] B22
ADDR2_A[11] A12

C22
A23

B13
A13

ADDR2_A[5]

ADDR2_A[2]
ADDR2_A[4]

A22

ADDR2_A[3]

C13

ADDR2_A[1]

C312

ADDR2_A[0]

D15

B_DDR2_A12

A_DDR2_A12

B_DDR2_DQ2
B_DDR2_DQ3
B_DDR2_DQ4
B_DDR2_DQ5

A_DDR2_DQ2
A_DDR2_DQ3
A_DDR2_DQ4
A_DDR2_DQ5

A_DDR2_DQ15

A_DDR2_DQ14

A_DDR2_DQ13

A_DDR2_DQ12

A_DDR2_DQ11

A_DDR2_DQ10

A_DDR2_DQ9

A_DDR2_DQ8

A_DDR2_DQ7

BDDR2_A[1]
BDDR2_A[2]
BDDR2_A[3]
BDDR2_A[4]
BDDR2_A[5]
BDDR2_A[6]
BDDR2_A[7]
BDDR2_A[8]
BDDR2_A[9]

AF26
T25
AF23
T24
AE23
R26
AD22
R25
AC22
BDDR2_A[11]

BDDR2_D[5]
BDDR2_D[6]

AE25

Y25

AD25

Y26

BDDR2_D[10]

BDDR2_D[9]

BDDR2_D[8]

BDDR2_D[7]

BDDR2_D[4]

V26
W26

AF25

BDDR2_D[2]

W24

BDDR2_D[3]

BDDR2_D[1]

AE26
AF24

BDDR2_D[0]

W25

AA25

AB25

AC26

AC25

AA26

AB26

AB24

U24

U25

U26

AB23

V24

V25

AB22

AC24

AC23

AE22 BDDR2_A[12]

R24

AD23 BDDR2_A[10]

BDDR2_A[0]

T26

0.1uF

AE24 BDDR2_D[11]
B_DDR2_DQ11
AD26 BDDR2_D[12]
B_DDR2_DQ12
Y24
BDDR2_D[13]
B_DDR2_DQ13
AD24 BDDR2_D[14]
B_DDR2_DQ14
AA24 BDDR2_D[15]
B_DDR2_DQ15

B_DDR2_DQ10

B_DDR2_DQ9

B_DDR2_DQ8

B_DDR2_DQ7

B_DDR2_DQ6

B_DDR2_DQ1

A_DDR2_DQ1

A_DDR2_DQ6

B_DDR2_DQ0

B_DDR2_DQSB1

A_DDR2_DQ0

B_DDR2_DQSB0

A_DDR2_DQSB1

B_DDR2_DQM1

A_DDR2_DQM1

A_DDR2_DQSB0

B_DDR2_DQM0

A_DDR2_DQM0

B_DDR2_DQS1

A_DDR2_DQS1

/B_DDR2_WE

/A_DDR2_WE

B_DDR2_DQS0

/B_DDR2_CAS

/A_DDR2_CAS

A_DDR2_DQS0

B_DDR2_ODT
/B_DDR2_RAS

/A_DDR2_RAS

B_DDR2_CKE

/B_DDR2_MCLK

A_DDR2_ODT

A_DDR2_CKE

/A_DDR2_MCLK

B_DDR2_BA2

B_DDR2_A11

A_DDR2_A11

B_DDR2_MCLK

B_DDR2_A10

A_DDR2_A10

A_DDR2_MCLK

B_DDR2_A9

A_DDR2_A9

A_DDR2_BA2

B_DDR2_A8

A_DDR2_A8

B_DDR2_BA0

B_DDR2_A7

A_DDR2_A7

B_DDR2_BA1

B_DDR2_A6

A_DDR2_A6

A_DDR2_BA0

B_DDR2_A5

A_DDR2_BA1

B_DDR2_A3

B_DDR2_A2
B_DDR2_A4

B_DDR2_A1

A_DDR2_A3

A_DDR2_A2
A_DDR2_A4

A_DDR2_A1

A_DDR2_A5

B_DDR2_A0

A_DDR2_A0

A_MVREF

IC100
LGE3368A (Saturn6 No-DivX)

C320

0.1uF

THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

ADDR2_D[2]

SDDR_D[2]
56

ADDR2_D[0]

ADDR2_D[13]

ADDR2_D[10]

ADDR2_D[8]

ADDR2_D[15]

ADDR2_D[6]

ADDR2_D[1]

ADDR2_D[3]

ADDR2_D[4]

ADDR2_D[14]

ADDR2_D[7]

56
AR309

56

56
AR307

ADDR2_D[9]

ADDR2_D[12]

ADDR2_D[11]

ADDR2_DQS1_N

ADDR2_DQS0_N

ADDR2_DQM1_P

ADDR2_DQM0_P

ADDR2_DQS1_P

ADDR2_DQS0_P

/ADDR2_WE

/ADDR2_CAS

/ADDR2_RAS

ADDR2_ODT

ADDR2_CKE

/ADDR2_MCLK

ADDR2_MCLK

ADDR2_BA[2]

ADDR2_BA[1]

ADDR2_BA[0]

ADDR2_A[8]

ADDR2_A[11]

SDDR_D[0]

AR308

AR306

56

ADDR2_A[6]

SDDR_D[7]

SDDR_D[13]

SDDR_D[10]

SDDR_D[8]

SDDR_D[15]

SDDR_D[6]

SDDR_D[1]

SDDR_D[3]

SDDR_D[4]

SDDR_D[14]

SDDR_D[9]

SDDR_D[12]

SDDR_D[11]

R318

R317

R316

R315

R314

R313

R312

R311

R310

R309

R308

56

+1.8V_DDR

R307

22

SDDR_ODT56

SDDR_DQM0_P

NC5

56

R305

SDDR_A[8]

SDDR_A[11]

SDDR_A[6]

ADDR2_A[4]

SDDR_A[4]

ADDR2_A[0]
ADDR2_A[2]

R306

SDDR_DQS0_P

AR302

SDDR_A[2]

SDDR_A[0]

ADDR2_A[7]

56

LDM

UDQS

LDQS

ADDR2_A[5]

ADDR2_A[10]

ADDR2_A[9]

22

/SDDR_WE

56

ADDR2_A[12]

SDDR_BA[2]

/SDDR_CAS

AR301

AR300

SDDR_A[7]

R304

OPT
4.7K

C303

SDDR_A[12]

56

/SDDR_RAS

R347

0.1uF

SDDR_A[9]

SDDR_BA[1]

CAS

WE

10uF

ADDR2_A[3]

R303

SDDR_CKE
OPT
R346
4.7K

C304
ADDR2_A[1]

SDDR_A[10]

56

/SDDR_CK

0.1uF

SDDR_A[1]
56

C305

SDDR_A[3]

SDDR_A[5]

0.1uF
+1.8V_DDR

0.1uF
1K 1%

+1.8V_DDR

C310
C311

C306

Close to DDR Power Pin

0.1uF
0.1uF

0.1uF
C328

0.1uF
C326

0.1uF
C327

10uF
C325

C324

56

56

R333
R334
R335
R336

R337
R338

R339
R340

R341
R342

BDDR2_ODT
/BDDR2_RAS
/BDDR2_CAS
/BDDR2_WE

BDDR2_DQS0_P
BDDR2_DQS1_P

BDDR2_DQM0_P
BDDR2_DQM1_P

BDDR2_DQS0_N
BDDR2_DQS1_N

BDDR2_D[5]

BDDR2_D[2]

BDDR2_D[0]

BDDR2_D[7]

BDDR2_D[13]

BDDR2_D[10]

BDDR2_D[8]

BDDR2_D[15]

BDDR2_D[6]

BDDR2_D[1]

AR313

TDDR_D[14]
BDDR2_D[14]

56

56

TDDR_D[5]

TDDR_D[2]

TDDR_D[0]

TDDR_D[7]

TDDR_D[13]

TDDR_D[10]

TDDR_D[8]

TDDR_D[15]

TDDR_D[6]

TDDR_D[1]

TDDR_D[3]

TDDR_D[4]

TDDR_D[9]

56
AR312

TDDR_D[12]
BDDR2_D[12]
BDDR2_D[9]

BDDR2_D[3]

TDDR_A[12]

TDDR_A[11]

56

56

56

56

56

56

R349 OPT 4.7K

+1.8V_DDR

TDDR_DQS1_N

TDDR_DQS0_N

TDDR_DQM1_P

TDDR_DQM0_P

TDDR_DQS1_P

TDDR_DQS0_P

/TDDR_WE

/TDDR_CAS

/TDDR_RAS

VDDL

VSSDL

NC3

NC2

NC1

NC6

NC5

UDQS

LDQS

UDM

LDM

UDQS

LDQS

WE

CAS

RAS

CS

ODT

CKE

CK
CK

TDDR_MCLK

NC4

BA1

BA0

A12

A11

A10/AP

A9

A8

A7

A6

A5

A4

A3

A2

A1

A0

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF
C341

C342

0.1uF
C340

J1

J7

R8

E2

A2

R7

R3

A8

E8

B3

F3

B7

F7

K3

L7

K7

L8

K9

K2

K8

J8

L1

L3

L2

R2

P7

M2

P3

P8

P2

N7

N3

N8

N2

M7

M3

M8

J2

H8

H2

F8

F2

E7

D8

D2

A7

B8

B2

P9

N1

J3

E3

A3

G9

G7

G3

G1

E9

C9

C7

C3

C1

A9

R1

M9

J9

E1

A1

B9

B1

D9

D1

D3

D7

C2

C8

F9

F1

H9

H1

H3

H7

G2

G8

IC301
H5PS5162FFR-S6C

0.1uF
C339

VREF

0.1uF
C338

/TDDR_MCLK

TDDR_BA[2]

OPT 4.7K
56

C337

TDDR_A[10]

TDDR_A[9]

TDDR_A[8]

TDDR_A[7]

TDDR_A[6]

TDDR_A[5]

TDDR_A[4]

TDDR_A[3]

TDDR_A[2]

TDDR_A[1]

TDDR_BA[1]

R348

0.1uF

TDDR_A[0]

C335
0.1uF

TDDR_BA[0]

C333
0.1uF

+1.8V_DDR

TDDR_D[11]

BDDR2_D[4]

+1.8V_DDR

TDDR_CKE

1%

56

BDDR2_D[11]

56

56
56

R332

BDDR2_CKE

AR311

56

R331

AR310

22

R330

22

56

R329

BDDR2_MCLK

56

/BDDR2_MCLK

BDDR2_BA[2]

R328

56

TDDR_A[8]

TDDR_A[11]

TDDR_A[6]

BDDR2_BA[1]
OPT

56
R327

R326

BDDR2_A[8]
BDDR2_BA[0]

R325

BDDR2_A[11]

BDDR2_A[6]

TDDR_A[4]

BDDR2_A[4]

TDDR_A[0]
TDDR_A[2]

AR305

TDDR_A[7]

BDDR2_A[2]

BDDR2_A[0]

BDDR2_A[7]

TDDR_A[5]
TDDR_A[12]

BDDR2_A[12]

TDDR_A[10]

BDDR2_A[5]
56

56

TDDR_A[3]
TDDR_A[1]

BDDR2_A[10]

TDDR_A[9]

BDDR2_A[1]

0.1uF
C330

BDDR2_A[3]

AR304

0.1uF
C329

BDDR2_A[9]

AR303

Close to DDR Power Pin

C323
0.1uF

0.1uF
C331
R343
1K

+1.8V_DDR

TDDR_A[0-12]

C302
0.1uF
C307
R321
R322

1K 1%

R302 1K 1%

SDDR_BA[0]

SDDR_CK

SDDR_A[12]

SDDR_A[11]

SDDR_A[10]

SDDR_A[9]

SDDR_A[8]

SDDR_A[7]

SDDR_A[6]

SDDR_A[5]

SDDR_A[4]

SDDR_A[3]

SDDR_A[2]

SDDR_A[1]

SDDR_A[0]

C300 0.1uF

RAS

CS

ODT

CKE

CK

CK

BA2

BA1

BA0

A12

A11

A10/AP

A9

A8

A7

A6

A5

A4

A3

A2

A1

A0

OPT
R350

0.1uF

C301

SDDR_A[0-12]

OPT

IC300
HY5PS1G1631CFP-S6

R301

150
R300

C308
C309

1%
0.1uF
1K
ADDR2_A[0-12]
ADDR2_D[0-15]

0.1uF
C336
1%

DDR2 1.8V By CAP - Place these Caps near Memory

BDDR2_A[0-12]
BDDR2_D[0-15]

0.1uF
C334
R345
1K
OPT

0.1uF
C332
R344
150

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R351

+1.8V_DDR

TDDR_D[0]
TDDR_D[2]

DQ2

VSSQ1

VSSQ2

VSSQ3

VSSQ4

VSSQ5

VSSQ6

VSSQ7

VSSQ8

VSSQ9

VSSQ10

VSS1

VSS2

VSS3

VSS4

VSS5

VDDQ1

VDDQ2

VDDQ3

VDDQ4

VDDQ5

VDDQ6

VDDQ7

VDDQ8

VDDQ9

VDDQ10

VDD1

VDD2

VDD3

VDD4

VDD5

DQ15

DQ14

DQ13

DQ12

DQ11

DQ10

DQ9

DQ8

DQ7

DQ6

DQ5

DQ4

+1.8V_DDR

TDDR_D[15]

TDDR_D[14]

TDDR_D[13]

TDDR_D[12]

TDDR_D[11]

TDDR_D[10]

TDDR_D[9]

TDDR_D[8]

TDDR_D[7]

TDDR_D[6]

TDDR_D[5]

TDDR_D[4]

TDDR_D[3]

TDDR_D[1]

DQ1
DQ3

DQ0

DDR2

LGE Internal Use Only

TDDR_D[0-15]

SDDR_D[0-15]

[RD]U_CAN

[RD]CONTACT

[RD]O_SPRING

[WH]U_CAN

DSUB_R

2:E19

2:E18

DSUB_G

2:E19

DSUB_HSYNC

2:E18

DSUB_B

DSUB_VSYNC

2:E18

R440

R437

[ PC ]

+3.3V

[WH]1P_CAN

[WH]C_LUG_L

[RD]1P_CAN2

[RD]CONTACT

[RD]O_SPRING

2D

5D

2E

4E

3E

VSS

A2

A1

A0

CAT24C02WI-GT3

IC400

D411
AMOTECH
5.6V

D410
AMOTECH
5.6V

30V

AMOTECH
D409

30V

AMOTECH
D408

30V

D407

R419
AMOTECH0

5.6V

AMOTECH
D412

SDA

SCL

WP

VCC

C400
0.1uF
16V

C401
18pF
50V

R430
470K

R429
470K

R428
75

R427
75

R426
75

R425
1K

R431
10K

R406
4.7K

R444
22

A2

D400
ENKMC2838-T112
A1

C417
1000pF
50V

JP413
D416
ADUC30S03010L_AMODIODE
30V

JP414

JP412

C419
OPT

D417
ADUC30S03010L_AMODIODE
30V

R432
10K

P400

KCN-DS-1-0089

R413
10K

R414
10K

2:E20

2:S16

2:S16

COMP_Pr

COMP_L_IN

COMP_R_IN

OPT

R446
0

R448
DSUB_DET

ISP_TXD

ISP_RXD

EDID_WP

AV_R_IN

AV_L_IN

AV_CVBS_DET

1K
D420
ADMC5M03200L_AMODIODE
5.6V

R447
4.7K

+3.3V

D419
ADMC5M03200L_AMODIODE
5.6V

R416
100

2:E20

COMP_Pb

+5V_ST

2:E20

1:AA22

COMP_Y

C414
47pF
50V

R445
22

R412
10K

R436
0

R435
0

C412
100pF
50V

C413
100pF
50V

D418
ADMC5M03200L_AMODIODE
5.6V

D415
ADUC30S03010L_AMODIODE
30V

C418
OPT

C420
OPT

R408
470K

R410
470K

C404 1K
0.1uF
16V

R409

R411
75

COMP_DET

C415
1000pF
50V

C402
18pF
50V

R404
4.7K

AMOTECH
D405
5.6V

AMOTECH
D404
5.6V

D414
30V
ADUC30S03010L_AMODIODE

[RD]C_LUG_L

5C

D413
30V

[BL]C_LUG_L

[BL]1P_CAN

2B

[RD]1P_CAN1

[GN]O_SPRING

3A

2C

[GN]CONTACT

4A

5B

[GN]1P_CAN

R418
4.7K

2A

PPJ229-01

JK400

COMPONENT

2C

5C

4C

2B

[WH]C_LUG

R401
4.7K

3B

AMOTECH
D403
5.6V

[YL]U_CAN

+3.3V

2A

R443
75

R441
75

R442
75

R434
12K

AMOTECH
D406
30V

R415
12K

[YL]CONTACT

11

OPT

R433
12K

12

1:AJ19

6B

7B

7A

6A

SHIELD_PLATE

T_TERMINAL2

B_TERMINAL2

T_SPRING

R_SPRING

B_TERMINAL1

T_TERMINAL1

E_SPRING

2:X18

SPDIF_OUT

DBG_RX

DBG_TX

C425
0.33uF
16V

R458
6.2K

220pF

220pF

P401
KCN-DS-1-0088

C427

C426

R457
6.2K

C406
0.1uF
16V

+5V_GENERAL

+5V_ST

OPT
ZD403

R462
1K

+5V_GENERAL

50V

FIX_POLE

R450
470K

R449
470K

C428
0.33uF
16V

R459
100

R461
0
OPT

R452
15K

R451
15K

R455
0

R454
10K

C431
0.1uF
16V

PC_L_IN

PC_R_IN

D424 OPT
ADUC30S03010L_AMODIODE
30V

OPT
D423
ADUC30S03010L_AMODIODE
30V

IR_OUT

+5V_ST

R456
0

R453
10K

C430
0.047uF
25V

C429
0.33uF
16V

RS232C

VINPUT

VCC

GND

MAX3232CDR

50V

JK403
JST1223-001

C424
100pF
50V

C422
100pF
50V

IC403

D421
AMOTECH
5.6V
OPT

D422
AMOTECH
5.6V
OPT

SPDIF OPTIC JACK

JK401
PEJ024-01

PC AUDIO

ADMC5M03200L_AMODIODE

[YL]O_SPRING

10

1
2

5A

13

DOUT2

4A

14

C1 -

R417
12K
OPT

V+

PPJ218-01

15
5

OPT
16

RI N2
8
9
ROUT2

V6
11
DI N1

7
10
DI N2

5
12
@maker
1

3
RI N1

C2 ROUT1
6

C2 +
4
13
2

3
14
R460
100
7

DOUT1
3

C1 +
1
VCC

2:S16

2:S16

+5V_USB_REAR

UB01123-4HHS-4F
JK404

D402
CDS3C05HDMI1
5.6V

FLAG

OUT_1

D426
CDS3C05HDMI1
5.6V

C407
10uF
OPT

IC402
MP6211DH

EN

IN_2

IN_1

GND

1:AL8

1:AL7

SIDE_USB_DM

SIDE_USB_DP

USB_CTL
1:AI26

R403
47

USB_OCD
1:AI14

THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

D425
CDS3C05HDMI1
5.6V

C405
0.1uF

OUT_2

OUT_3

R420
10K

1:AL7

+5V_USB_SIDE

1:AL8

REAR_USB_DP

SIDE USB (OPT:SIDE_USB)

D401
CDS3C05HDMI1
5.6V

REAR_USB_DM

REAR USB (OPT:REAR_USB)

KJA-UB-4-0004
JK405

AV_CVBS_IN

16
9

0.1uF

R400
0

10

15
GND
4

1
2
3
4

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Op t i c
5

Fi b e r
5

1
2
3
4
5

C423

JK402

0.1uF

USB DOWN STREAM


C403

AV (OPT:SIDE_AV)

INTERFACE

USB DOWN STREAM

LGE Internal Use Only

R503

33

33

47

PCM_5V_CTL

R501
33K

C500
0.1uF
16V

+5V_ST

R505

GND

R502
10K

VCC

R529
2.2K

R504
22K

IC500
74LVC1G32GW

10K

0.1uF

10K

R511

Q500
2SC3052

100

C504
10uF
10V

Q501
RSR025P03

16V

GND

+3.3V_CI

100

10K

C502
0.1uF
16V

R510

R509

C503

R508

GND

R506

+5V_GENERAL

AR504

AR503

47

33

CI POWER ENABLE CONTROL

/CI_CD1
D4

E12
/CI_CD2

R500

/CI_CD2

DVB-CI DETECT

CI_MCLKI

CI_MISTRT
CI_MIVAL_ERR

CI_TS_DATA[2]
CI_TS_DATA[3]

CI_TS_DATA[1]

CI_TS_DATA[0]

CI_TS_SYN

CI_TS_CLK
CI_TS_VAL

REG

/PCM_WAIT

PCM_RST

CI_MDI[7]

CI_MDI[6]

CI_MDI[5]

CI_MDI[4]

CI_MDI[3]

CI_MDI[2]

CI_MDI[1]

CI_MDI[0]

CI_IOWR

CI_IORD

CI_TS_DATA[6]
CI_TS_DATA[7]

CI_TS_DATA[5]

R507

CI_TS_DATA[4]

10K

AR500

10K

C501
0.1uF
16V

0. 1uF

/CI_CD1

C5 1 0

OPT

R513

47

R519

GND

R512

C505
10uF
10V

+3.3V_CI

OPT

C507
0.1uF
16V

+5V_CI_ON

10K

G2
2

GND

G1
1

1:AA10

R514

100

CI_ADDR[7]
CI_ADDR[6]

22
23

56
57
58

CI_DATA[0]

CI_ADDR[12]

29
30
31
32
33
34

63
64
65
66
67
68

47

R524
33K

R521

28

62

/PCM_CD

CI_DET

AB9

27

61

GND

CI_ADDR[4]

A2

AE5;10:J17
FE_TS_SYN

A5

R523
10K

GND

A7

A6

A4

R522
10K

A3

A1

AE5;10:W19
FE_TS_VAL_ERR

AG4;10:J17
FE_TS_DATA[0]

A0

AE5;10:J17
FE_TS_CLK

OE1

CI_ADDR[0]

CI_ADDR[1]

CI_ADDR[2]

DVB-CI SERIAL BUFFER TS

CI_DATA[2]

CI_DATA[1]

CI_ADDR[5]

25
26

CI_ADDR[3]

24

59
60

GND

21

C508
0.1uF

20

55

OPT

19

54

R516

53

15

49

CI_ADDR[14]

18

14

48

CI_ADDR[13]

CI_ADDR[8]

CI_ADDR[9]

CI_ADDR[11]

16

13

47

17

12

46

CI_ADDR[10]

52

11

45

CI_DATA[0-7]

51

10

44

CI_DATA[7]

R517
10K

50

43

CI_DATA[5]

47

CI_DATA[6]
R515

40
7

39

38

41

CI_DATA[4]

37

42

CI_DATA[3]
3

36

35

10067972-050LF

P500

EAG41860101

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

74LVC541A(PW)

IC502

GND

C509
0.1uF
16V

Y1

Y7

Y6

Y5

Y4

Y3

R525
47

R527
47

R528
47

Y2

R526
47

+3.3V_CI

/PCM_IRQA

Y0

OE2

VCC

CI_ADDR[0-14]

CI_WE

+5V_GENERAL

CI_OE

/PCM_CE

10K

0.1uF
BUF_TS_DATA[0]

BUF_TS_SYN

BUF_TS_VAL_ERR

BUF_TS_CLK

CI_MISTRT

CI_MCLKI

CI_MIVAL_ERR

CI_DATA[0-7]

TOSHIBA

33

AR512

33

/PCM_IOWR

/PCM_IORD

/PCM_WE

/PCM_OE

/PCM_REG

PCM_A[14]

PCM_A[13]

PCM_D[0-7]

PCM_A[4]

CI_ADDR[3]

PCM_A[5]

CI_ADDR[2]

PCM_A[6]

CI_ADDR[1]

PCM_A[7]

CI_ADDR[0]

FE_TS_DATA[0-7]

THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES
SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE
SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

CI_IOWR

CI_IORD

CI_WE

CI_OE

REG

CI_ADDR[14]

CI_ADDR[13]

PCM_A[12]

PCM_A[11]

CI_ADDR[12]

PCM_A[10]

PCM_A[9]
CI_ADDR[11]

CI_ADDR[9]
CI_ADDR[10]

AR511

PCM_D[7]

FE_TS_DATA[0-7]

+3.3V_CI
C511
0.1uF
16V

PCM_A[8]

PCM_D[6]
CI_DATA[7]

AR510

PCM_D[5]
CI_DATA[6]

PCM_D[4]

PCM_D[3]

CI_DATA[5]

33

PCM_D[2]

CI_DATA[4]

PCM_D[1]

AR509

2A1

1Y4

2A2

1Y3

2A3

1Y2

2A4

1Y1

2OE

VCC

PCM_D[0]

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

CI_DATA[3]

33

0ITO742440D

AR508

10

FE_TS_CLK

FE_TS_SYN
FE_TS_VAL_ERR

FE_TS_DATA[0]

FE_TS_DATA[1]

FE_TS_DATA[2]

FE_TS_DATA[3]

FE_TS_DATA[4]

FE_TS_DATA[5]

FE_TS_DATA[6]

FE_TS_DATA[7]

CI_DATA[2]

33

GND

2Y1

1A4

2Y2

1A3

2Y3

1A2

2Y4

1A1

33

IC501

AR513

AR507

AR506

1OE

33

33

CI_DATA[1]

CI_DATA[0]

CI_ADDR[8]

CI_ADDR[4]

PCM_A[3]

CI_ADDR[5]

PCM_A[2]

CI_ADDR[6]

PCM_A[1]

CI_ADDR[7]

PCM_A[0]

CI_DET

DVB-CI HOST I/F

D14

CI_MDI[0]

CI_MDI[1]

CI_MDI[2]

CI_MDI[3]

CI_MDI[4]

CI_MDI[5]

CI_MDI[6]

CI_MDI[7]

DVB-CI TS INPUT

CI_DATA[0-7]

+5V_GENERAL

BUFFER

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R520

R518

CI_DATA[0-7]

TC74LCX244FT

+5V_CI_ON

PCM_D[0-7]

DVB-CI SLOT

PCMCIA

LGE Internal Use Only

C512

EAG39789402

21

20

11
10

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

VCC

SDA

SCL

WP

R600

2K

R621

R623

R618
0

GND

C603
0.1uF

JP606

R607

R611

R610

R626
4.7K

5V_HDMI_1

C600
0.1uF
16V

22

22

4.7K

R629

HPD1

DDC_SDA_1
2:E10;AL9
DDC_SCL_1
2:E10;AL9

DDC_SDA_1

DDC_SCL_1

2:E10;K7

2:E10;K7

EDID_WP 1:AJ20;AI16;AL12

2:E9
D2+_HDMI1

2:E9
D1+_HDMI1
2:E9
D2-_HDMI1

2:E8
D0+_HDMI1
2:E9
D1-_HDMI1

CK+_HDMI1
2:E9
D0-_HDMI1

2:E8

K19;X14;AH25
CEC_REMOTE
2:E8
CK-_HDMI1

ENKMC2838-T112
D600

+5V_ST

JP601

THE SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES


SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

VSS

A2

A1

A0

IC600

CAT24C02WI-GT3

D2+

D2_GND

D2-

D1+

D1_GND

D1-

D0+

D0_GND

D0-

CK+

R612
1K

Q601
2SC3052

A1

19

JK600

22

JP600

R615
10K

21

20

11
10

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

VSS

A2

A1

A0

HDMI_CEC

IC602

D2+

R601

R613
1K

DRAIN2

GATE1

C607
0.1uF

JP611

C601
0.1uF
16V

22

22

R646
4.7K

5V_HDMI_2

R605

R604

R603

Q602
2SC3052

R627
120K

+3.3V_ST

4.7K

R625

OPT

SOURCE2

GATE2

DRAIN1

DDC_SDA_2
2:E12;AL18
DDC_SCL_2

2:E12;AL19

HPD2

GND

OPT
C605
0.1uF
16V

R631
OPT

DDC_SDA_2

DDC_SCL_2

EDID_WP

CEC_REMOTE

2:E12
D2+_HDMI2

2:E11
D1+_HDMI2
2:E12
D2-_HDMI2

2:E11
D0+_HDMI2
2:E11
D1-_HDMI2

2:E10
CK+_HDMI2
2:E11
D0-_HDMI2

CEC_REMOTE
2:E11
CK-_HDMI2

K8;X14;AH25

ENKMC2838-T112
D602

+5V_ST

JP603

JP602

R616
10K

R649

MMBD301LT1G
Q600
SSM6N15FU
D603
30V

R642

R645

SOURCE1

SDA

SCL

WP

2K

R640
0

GND

VCC

D2_GND

D2-

D1+

D1_GND

D1-

D0+

D0_GND

D0-

CK+

CAT24C02WI-GT3

HDMI_CEC

GND

EAG39789402

JK601

22

5V_HDMI_2

A1

$0.26

20

11
10

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

JACK_GND

VSS

A2

A1

D2+

SDA

SCL

WP

2K
R622

22

22

R6 2 8
4. 7K

5V_HDMI_3

R609

R606

R608

Q603
2SC3052
C602
0.1uF
16V

C604
0.1uF

JP607

R620 0

R619
0

R614
1K

5V_HDMI_3

R602
GND

VCC

D2_GND

D2-

D1+

D1_GND

D1-

D0+

D0_GND

D0-

CK+

CAT24C02WI-GT3

IC601

JK602

A0

UI_HW_PORT3

R617
10K

SIDE HDMI (OPT:SIDE_HDMI)

EAG42463001

5V_HDMI_1

A2

4.7K

R630

2:E14;AL14
DDC_SDA_3
2:E15;AL13
DDC_SCL_3

HPD3

DDC_SDA_3

DDC_SCL_3

EDID_WP

2:E14
D2+_HDMI3

2:E14
D1+_HDMI3
2:E14
D2-_HDMI3

2:E13
D0+_HDMI3
2:E14
D1-_HDMI3

2:E13
CK+_HDMI3
2:E13
D0-_HDMI3

CEC_REMOTE
2:E13
CK-_HDMI3

K19;K8;AH25

ENKMC2838-T112
D601

+5V_ST

JP605

UI_HW_PORT2

A1

(OPT:REAR_HDMI_2EA)

A2

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A2

JP604
C

UI_HW_PORT1

HDMI

LGE Internal Use Only

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Only for training and service purposes

C702
0.1uF
16V

L701

C704
1uF
10V

1:AJ19

1:AA19;R15;9:AI24;9:AI25

SIDE_HP_MUTE

SB_MUTE

A2

D708
ENKMC2838-T112
A1

EARPHONE AMP

10K

R741

Q705
2SC3052

R742
10K

+5V_EARPHONE

1:L22;11:AG9

10K

Q700
2SC3052

R701
10K

+5V_EARPHONE

R700 B

C706
0.1uF
16V

100pF
50V

C705

C707
1000pF
50V

100

100
100
100

R721

R710

100

R720

R709

100

R722

C712
33pF
50V
C714
33pF
50V

C715
0.1uF
16V

+1.8V_AMP

TEST0

DVDD_PLL

AVDD_PLL

LFM

3.3K

VDD_IO
AGND_PLL

CLK_I

VSS_IO

DVSS_1

AD

RESET

VDR1A

BST1A

DGND_PLL

C760
1uF
10V

C7 1 3
0. 1uF
16V

R708

+3.3V

C708
1000pF
50V

C709
0.1uF

R740
0

2:X19

C703
HP_ROUT 0.22uF
16V

C701
1uF
6.3V

2:X19

HP_LOUT

R702
20K

14

13

12

11

10

IN2-

SHUTDOWN

GND

BYPASS

R706
20K

VO2

VDD

VO1

IN1-

C710
0.1uF
16V

R711
20K

NTP-3100L

EAN60664001

IC701

TPA6110A2DGNRG4

IC700

Monitor0_1_2 TP is necessory

SDA_SUB/AMP

SCL_SUB/AMP

1:L22;11:AG10

MS_SCK

MS_LRCK

2:X21

2:X21

MS_LRCH

2:X21

MCLK SDATA WCK BCK TP is necessory

C700
1uF
10V

L700

+1.8V_AMP

AUDIO_MASTER_CLK

R704

DVSS_2

AMP_RST

PGND1A_2
15

C716
22000pF
50V

PGND1A_1
55

56
16

+1.8V_AMP

BLM18PG121SN1D

OUT1A_2
54

DVDD

2:X21

BLM18PG121SN1D

OUT1A_1
53

SDATA 17
WCK 18

C733
0.1uF
50V

C711
100uF
16V

R712
20K

PGND2A_1
OUT2A_2
OUT2A_1
PVDD2A_2
PVDD2A_1
PVDD2B_2

38
37
36
35
34
33

29

30

31

16V

C717
0.22uF

R717
33K OPT

C721
0.1uF
16V

C7 2 4
0. 1uF
16V

PGND2A_2

R724
10K

Q701
2SC3052
E

C719
100uF
16V

1K

R715

1K

R714

C718
100uF 16V

100

C
A2

22000pF
50V
+3.3V_ST

C731

C728
0.1uF
50V

C732
22000pF
50V

+5V_GENERAL
D700
ENKMC2838-T112
A1

R718

PGND2B_2

OUT2B_1

OUT2B_2

PVDD2B_1

BST2A

39

32

VDR2A

40

C7 3 0
0. 1uF
16V

NC

41

C725
10uF
35V

42

C727
0.1uF
16V

C726
22000pF
50V

C729
0.1uF
50V

BST1B

+5V_EARPHONE

19
BCK

PVDD1B_2

20
SDA

PVDD1A_1
SCL

PVDD1B_1

51
50
21

OUT1B_2

49
22
MONITOR_0

1:AA21

R703
0

PVDD1A_2
52

48
23
MONITOR_1

PGND1B_1
44

45

OUT1B_1
47
24

PGND1B_2
46
25
FAULT

MONITOR_2

VDR1B
43

26
VDR2B

27
BST2B

28
PGND2B_1

AMP_VCC

C722
0.1uF

C723
0.1uF

10K

R729

C720
0.1uF
50V

0.1uF
50V

0.1uF
50V

A2

D711
5.6V
AMOTECH

D710
5.6V
AMOTECH

R705
12

12

12

12

1F

1:AA22

1:AA19;G25;9:AI24;9:AI25

1S

TRANSFER[R]

BREAK[R]

C-LUG-ES

C-LUG-EL

BREAK[L]

TRANSFER[L]

C-LUG-ER

JK701

PEJ026-01

10

DJ-S3600LM
JK700

FIX-TER

TOP_EARPHONE_out_of_stock

R707
10K

1F

L704
DA-8580
EAP38319001
2F

L705
DA-8580
EAP38319001
2S
2F

1S

2S

BOTTOM_EARPHONE

NTP_MUTE

SB_MUTE

12

R719

12

+3.3V

C736
10uF
35V

R728

C744
1000pF
50V

C743
1000pF
50V

R716

12

12

R727

R713

R726

C742
1000pF
50V

C741
1000pF
50V

R725

HP_DET

D709
ENKMC2838-T112
A1

C735

C734

AMP_VCC

D707
1N4148W
100V
OPT

D706
1N4148W
100V
OPT

D705
1N4148W
100V
OPT

D704
1N4148W
100V
OPT

4.7K

SPK_L-

SPK_R+

SPK_R-

AE5

AE7

AE9

SPK_L+
AE3

0.1uF
50V

4.7K

R733

0.1uF
50V

C752

R732

4.7K

R731

C751

C750
0.1uF
50V

4.7K

R730

2A => 5A

L708
120-ohm

L709
120-ohm

L707
120-ohm

L706
120-ohm

C758
0.01uF
50V

3.3

R737

3.3

0.01uF
50V
R736

C757

C756
0.01uF
50V

3.3

R735

3.3

R734

C755
0.01uF
50V

AB12

SPEAKER_R

AB11

AB11

SPEAKER_L

AB10

P700

WAFER-ANGLE

SPK_R-

SPK_R+

SPK_L-

SPK_L+

THE SYMBOL MARK OF THIS SCHEMETIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES


SPECIAL FEATURES IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION.
FILRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, WHEN SERVICING IF IS
ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFATURES SPECFIED PARTS BE USED FOR
THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS IN THE SYMBOL MARK OF THE SCHEMETIC.

C746
0.47uF
50V

C745
0.47uF
50V

C749
0.1uF
50V

AMP

LGE Internal Use Only

Block diagram

Main Block

- 19/22/26/32/37/42LH2000
- 32/37/42/47LH3000
- 32/37/42/47LH4000
74LVC541A
Buffer
IC502

LCD Panel

BUF_TS_CLK/ERR/SYN/DATA[0]

LVDS (10 bit)


CI_TS_DATA[0:7]
Reset

PCM_D[0:7]  CI_DATA[0:7]

CI_ADDR[0:7]

74LCX244
Buffer
IC501

CI Slot
(P500)

Tuner
(TDFW-G235D1)
TU1000

FE_TS_DATA[0:7]  CI_MDI[0:7]

Block
Block Diagram
Diagram

74LX1G14C
(IC108)
Schmitt Trigger

KIA7027
(IC101)
Voltage Detector

PCM_A[0:7]

FE_VMAIN
FE_ VOUT
F-SCART

SC1_CVBS_IN

H-SCART

DTV/MNT_VOUT
SC2_CVBS_IN

AV3

DDR2 SDRAM
(1Gb)
IC300

SDDR_D[0:15]

SC1_R/G/B

Mstar S6
LGE3368A

Serial Flash
IC103
For Boot
Serial Flash
IC104
For Triton

SDDR_A[0:12]
TDDR_D[0:15]

DDR2 SDRAM
(512Mb)
IC301

TDDR_A[0:12]

AV_CVBS_IN

(No-DVIX)
COMPONENT

COMP_Y/Pb/Pr

RGB

DSUB_ R/G/B

EEPROM
AT24C512
(IC105)

NAND Flash
HYNIX
IC102

PCM_A[0:7]

(IC100)

EEPROM
AT24C512
(HDCP)IC107

I2C

DSUB_H/VSYNC
SC1/2_L/R_IN,
FE_AM_AUDIO,AV_L/R_IN,
COMP_L/R_IN, PC_L/R_IN
Head
Phone

TPA6110A
IC700

RS-232C

MAX3232CDR
IC403
SPDIF

I2S

AUDIO IN

DGB_TX/RX
SPDIF_OUT

HP_L/ROUT

USB_DM/DPUSB

Digital amp
(NTP3100L)
IC701

USB Power

L/R

MP6211DH
USB Power
IC402

HPD1/2/3, HDMI_CEC
5V_HDMI_1/2/3
TMDS[0:7] ( Data, Clock (+/-))

HDMI
1/2/3

Block diagram

M+S T-Con Block

Only for 37LH4000

*M+S : Main B/D + T-con B/D


37
37 GIP
GIP Block
Block Diagram
Diagram

GAMMA

VCOM
POL

SOE

CLK1~6

VDD_ODD

VDD_EVEN

VGL
VST

VGH

VDD

VCC

GAMMA

VCOM

POL

SOE

CLK1~6

VDD_ODD

GAMMA

VDD_EVEN

VGL
VST

VGH

VCOM

VDD

P-Gamma IC
BUF16821
IC402

VCC

mini-LVDS Wafer P

To Right LCD Panel

40
1

To Left LCD Panel

VCC VDD

GVST
Shifted level
(HIGH=VGH/Low=VGL)

FRC_3.3V

FRC_1.26V

FRC IIC

GCLK1~6

Level Shifter
MAX17108
IC403

DDR_A_D[0:15]

FRC_1.8V

LVDS (10Bit)

GVDD_ODD

POL

SOE

GVDD_EVEN

TCON with FRC


MST7327N
IC101

DDR_A_A[0:12]
DDR_B_D[16:31]
DDR_B_A[0:12]

SPI_CZ/CK & DI/DO

FRC Reset

DDR2 SDRAM
(512MB
/ 533MHz)
DDR2 SDRAM
HYNIX
(512MB / 533MHz)
IC201
HYNIX

VST
VDD_EVEN
VDD_ODD
CLK1~6

VDD VGH VGL VGH

IC202
Serial Flash
W25X32VSSIG
IC102

In different

Right mini-LVDS (8Bit)

FRC Reset

LVDS Wafer P

VCC
10
1

FRC IIC

LVDS (10Bit)

Left mini-LVDS (8Bit)

From Main
Board

Panel 12V

Multi Channel
DC/DC Converter
TPS 65161
IC401

VDD
VGH
VGL

VCC

FRC_3.3V

DC/DC Converter FRC_1.26V


BD9130
IC301
LDO
SC4215
IC303

FRC_1.8V

Block diagram

M+S T-Con Block

Only for 42/47LH4000

*M+S : Main B/D + T-con B/D


42/47
42/47 Normal
Normal Block
Block Diagram
Diagram
To Left LCD Panel

DDR_A_D[0:15]
FRC_3.3V
FRC_1.8V
FRC_1.26V
LVDS (10Bit)
FRC IIC

DDR_A_A[0:12]

TCON with FRC


MST7327N
IC101

DDR_B_D[16:31]

DDR2 SDRAM
(512MB
/ 533MHz)
DDR2 SDRAM
HYNIX
(512MB / 533MHz)
IC201
HYNIX

DDR_B_A[0:12]

SPI_CZ/CK & DI/DO

FRC Reset

IC202
Serial Flash
W25X32VSSIG
IC102

Right mini-LVDS
(8Bit)

FRC Reset

FRC IIC

LVDS (10Bit)

Left mini-LVDS (8Bit)

VCC

LVDS Wafer P

10
1

Panel 12V
From Main
Board

Multi Channel
DC/DC Converter
TPS 65162
IC401

VCC
VDD
VGHM
VGL

FRC_3.3V

DC/DC Converter
BD9130
IC301

FRC_1.26V

LDO
SC4215
IC303

FRC_1.8V

GAMMA

VCOM

POL

SOE

GOE

GSC

VGL
GSP

VGHM

VDD

VCC

POL

SOE

GOE

GSC

GAMMA

GAMMA

VCOM

SOE

GOE

GSC

VGL
GSP

VGHM

VDD

VCOM

GSP

P-Gamma IC
BUF16821
IC402

VCC

mini-LVDS Wafer P

To Right LCD Panel

POL

VDD

40
1

VCC

Contents of LCD TV Standard Repair Process


No.

Error symptom (High category)

Error symptom (Mid category)

Page

No video/Normal audio

No video/No audio

Video error, video lag/stop

Color error

Vertical/Horizontal bar, residual image,


light spot, external device color error

No power

Off when on, off while viewing, power auto


on/off

No audio/Normal video

Wrecked audio/discontinuation/noise

10

No response in remote controller, key error,


recording error, memory error

10

External device recognition error

11

A. Video error

B. Power error
7
8
C. Audio error

D. Function error
11
12

E. Noise

Circuit noise, mechanical noise

12

13

F. Exterior error

Exterior defect

13

First of all, Check whether there is SVC Bulletin in GCSC System for these model.

Remarks

Standard Repair Process

Error
symptom

LCD TV

A. Video error

Established
date

No video/ Normal audio

Revised date

2008. 3 .05
1/13

First of all, Check whether all of cables between board is inserted properly or not.
(Main B/D

Power B/D, LVDS Cable,Speaker Cable,IR B/D Cable,,,)


Replace Main Board

No video
Normal audio

Normal
audio

Check Back Light


On with naked eye

N
Move to No
video/No audio

On

Check Power
Board
12v,5v etc.

OR

Check Power Board 20V /12V or 24v output

Normal
voltage

Normal
voltage

Repair Power
Board or parts

Replace Inverter
or module
End

N
Repair Power
Board or parts

Precaution
Always check & record S/W Version and White
Balance value before replacing the Main Board

Replace Main Board

Re-enter White Balance value

Replace T-con
Board or module
And Adjust VCOM

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Error
symptom

No Video/
No audio

Check various
voltages of Power
Board ( 5V,12V,20V
or 24V)

A. Video error

Established
date

No video/ No audio

Revised date

Y
Normal
voltage?
N

Check and
replace
MAIN B/D
End

Replace Power
Board and repair
parts

2008. 3 .05
2/13

Standard Repair Process

Error
symptom

LCD TV

Check RF Signal level

Normal
Signal?

A. Picture Problem

Established
date

Picture broken/ Freezing

Revised date

Check whether other equipments have problem or not.


(By connecting RF Cable at other equipment)
DVD Player ,Set-Top-Box, Different maker TV etc`

Menu
Normal
Picture?

Check
S/W Version

SVC
Bulletin?

N
Normal
Picture?

3/13

. By using Digital signal level meter


. By using Diagnostics menu on OSD
( Menu Setup Diagnostic)
- Signal strength (Normal : over 50%)
- Signal Quality (Normal: over 50%)

N
Check RF Cable
Connection
1. Reconnection
2. Install Booster

2008. 3 .05

S/W Upgrade

Y
Close
Close

Booster

Booster menu
On Off: Check
Off On: Check

Normal
Picture?

N
Check
Tuner soldering

Contact with signal distributor


or broadcaster (Cable or Air)
Normal
Picture?

Setup

N
Replace
Main B/D

Close

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Error
symptom

A. Video error

Established
date

Color error

Revised date

2008. 3 .05
4/13
Other Module
Replace module
Y

Check color by input


-External Input
-COMPONENT
-RGB
-HDMI/DVI

Color
error?
N

Check
and replace
Link Cable
(LVDS) and
contact
condition

Y
Color
error?

Color
error?

Replace Main B/D

N
End

Check error
color input
mode

Check Test pattern

External Input/
Component
error

Check
external
device and
cable

External device Y
/Cable
normal

Replace
T-Con
Board
And Adjust
VCOM

LGD Module
Only

Replace Main B/D

N
Request repair
for external
device/cable
N
RGB/
HDMI/DVI
error

Check external
device and
cable

External device Y
/Cable
normal

Replace Main B/D

Color
error?
N

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Error
symptom

A. Video error

Established
date

Vertical / Horizontal bar, residual image,


light spot, external device color error

Revised date

2008. 3 .05
5/13

LGD Module Only

Vertical/Horizontal bar, residual image, light spot

Other Module

Replace T-Con Board


And Adjust VCOM

Replace
Module
N

Check color condition by input


-External Input
-Component
-RGB
-HDMI/DVI

Screen Y
normal?

Check external
device
connection
condition

Y
Normal?

Check and
replace Link
Cable

Screen
normal?

Replace Main B/D

Request repair
for external
device

Replace
module

Screen N
normal?

End

End

Check Test pattern

Replace module
in abnormal displaying
after exchanging T-Con B'd

External device screen error-Color error


Check S/W Version

Check N
version
Y

External
Input
error
Component
error

S/W Upgrade

Normal
screen?

Check screen
condition by
input
-External Input
-Component
-RGB
-HDMI/DVI

RGB
error

HDMI/
DVI

Y
End

Connect other external


device and cable
(Check normal operation of
External Input, Component,
RGB and HDMI/DVI by
connecting Jig, pattern
Generator ,Set-top Box etc.

Connect other external


device and cable
(Check normal operation of
External Input, Component,
RGB and HDMI/DVI by
connecting Jig, pattern
Generator ,Set-top Box etc.

Screen
normal?

N
Replace
Main B/D

Y
Request repair for
external device
Y
Screen N
normal?

Replace
Main B/D

Standard Repair Process

Error
symptom

LCD TV

Check
Power LED

Established
date

No power

Revised date

DC Power on
by pressing Power Key
On Remote control

Power LED
On?

. Stand-By: Red
. Operating: Green

B. Power error

Normal N
operation?

6/13

Check Power
On High

OK?

Replace
Power
B/D

Check Power cord


was inserted properly

Replace Main B/D

Measure voltage of each output of Power B/D

Check & Repair


Mechanical Power switch
on Local control of TV
Y
N
Normal?

2008. 3 .05

Check ST-BY 5V

Normal
Y
voltage?

Normal
voltage?

Replace Main B/D

N
Replace Power B/D

Y
N

Close
Replace Power
B/D

09 years new model apply mechanical power switch


to reduce power consumption in stand-by status.
If mechanical power switch off
Doesnt turn on by remote control
Doesnt appear LED light
Please refer to the A21 Page

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Error
symptom

B. Power error

Established
date

Off when on, off while viewing, power auto on/off

Revised date

2008. 3 .05
7/13

Check outlet

Check A/C code

Error?

Check Power Off


Mode

CPU
Abnormal

Normal?

Replace Main B/D

End

N
Check for 3 wave length

Abnormal
1

Fix A/C code & Outlet


and describe 3 wave
length

(If Power Off mode


is not displayed)
Check Power B/D
voltage
Caution
Check and fix exterior
of Power B/D Part

* Please refer to the all cases which


can be displayed on power off mode.

Status

Replace Power B/D

Normal
voltage?

Replace Main B/D

N
Replace Power B/D

Power off List


"POWEROFF_REMOTEKEY"
"POWEROFF_OFFTIMER"
"POWEROFF_SLEEPTIMER"
"POWEROFF_INSTOP"
"POWEROFF_AUTOOFF"
Normal "POWEROFF_ONTIMER"
"POWEROFF_RS232C"
"POWEROFF_RESREC"
"POWEROFF_RECEND"
"POWEROFF_SWDOWN"
"POWEROFF_UNKNOWN"
"POWEROFF_ABNORMAL1"
Abnormal
"POWEROFF_CPUABNORMAL"

Explanation
Power off by REMOTE CONTROL
Power off by OFF TIMER
Power off by SLEEP TIMER
Power off by INSTOP KEY
Power off by AUTO OFF
Power off by ON TIMER
Power off by RS232C
Power off by Reservated Record
Power off by End of Recording
Power off by S/W Download
Power off by unknown status except listed case
Power off by abnormal status except CPU trouble
Power off by CPU Abnormal

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

No audio
Screen normal

Error
symptom

Check user
menu >
Speaker off

C. Audio error

Established
date

No audio/ Normal video

Revised date

N
Off

Check audio B+
20V or 24V of
Power Board

Normal
voltage

8/13

Cancel OFF and describe

Check
Speaker
disconnection

2008. 3 .05

Replace Power Board and repair parts

Disconnection

Y
Replace Speaker

Replace MAIN Board

End

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Error
symptom

C. Audio error

Established
date

Wrecked audio/ discontinuation/noise

Revised date

2008. 3 .05
9/13

Wrecked audio/discontinuation/noise is same after Check input signal compared to No audio

Check input
signal
-RF
-External Input
signal

Wrecked audio/
Discontinuation/
Noise for
all audio
Signal
normal?

Check and replace


speaker and
connector

Check audio
B+ Voltage (20V or 24V)

Y
Wrecked audio/
Discontinuation/
Noise only
for D-TV

Normal
voltage?

Replace Main B/D


N

Wrecked audio/
Discontinuation/
Noise only
for Analog
(When RF signal is not
received)
Request repair to external
cable/ANT provider
(In case of
External Input
signal error)
Check and fix
external device

Replace Power B/D

Replace Main B/D

Wrecked audio/
Discontinuation/
Noise only
for External Input
Connect and check
other external
device

Normal
audio?

Y
Check and fix external device

End

Standard Repair Process

Error
symptom

LCD TV

D. General Function Problem

Established
date

Remote control & Local switch checking

Revised date

2008. 3 .05
10/13

1. Remote control (R/C) operating error


Check R/C itself
Operation

Check & Repair


Cable connection
Connector solder

Normal Y
operating?

Replace
Main B/D
N
Normal
operating?

Check B+ 5V
On Main B/D

Check & Replace


Baterry of R/C

If R/C operate,
Explain the customer
cause is interference
from light in room.

Normal
operating?

Check IR
Output signal

Check R/C Operating


When turn off light
in room

Normal
Voltage?

Close

Normal
Signal?

Check 5v on Power B/D


Replace Power B/D or
Replace Main B/D
(Power B/D dont have problem)

Repair/Replace
IR B/D

Close

N
Replace R/C

2. Local(Mechanical) switch operating error


Replace
Main B/D
Check R/C
Operation

Y
Normal
operating?
N
Move
Power problem
Section

Check & Repair


Cable connection
Connector solder

N
Normal
operating?

Check & Replace


Assembly status
(Key PCB + tool )

Normal N
operating?

Close

Close

10

Check Key
Output signal

Normal
Signal?

N
Repair/Replace
Local switch B/D

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Check
input
signal

Error
symptom

Y
Signal
input?
N

Check and fix


external device/cable

D. Function error

Established
date

External device recognition error

Revised date

Check technical
information
- Fix information
- S/W Version

Technical
information?

External Input and


Component
Recognition error

2008. 3 .05
11/13

Replace Main B/D

Fix in
accordance
with technical
information

11

RGB,HDMI/
DVI, Optical
Recognition error

Replace Main B/D

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

Identify
nose
type

Error
symptom

E. Noise

Established
date

Circuit noise, mechanical noise

Revised date

Circuit
noise

Check
location of
noise

Mechanical
noise

Check location
of noise

2008. 3 .05

Replace inverter

<With Inverter Module>

Replace LIPS B/D

<Without Inverter Module>

OR

Mechanical noise is a natural


phenomenon, and apply the 1st level
description. When the customer does not
agree, apply the process by stage.
Describe the basis of the description
in Part related to nose in the Owners
Manual.

OR

OR

12

When the nose is severe, replace the module


(For models with fix information, upgrade the
S/W or provide the description)
If there is a Tak Tak noise from the
cabinet, refer to the KMS fix information and
then proceed as shown in the solution manual
(For models without any fix information,
provide the description)

12/13

Standard Repair Process

LCD TV

F. Exterior defect

Error
symptom

Zoom part with


exterior damage

Exterior defect

Module
damage

Replace module

Cabinet
damage

Replace cabinet

Remote
controller
damage

Stand
dent

Replace remote controller

Replace stand

13

Established
date
Revised date

Adjust VCOM

2008. 3 .05
13/13

LCD TV Repair Process Index

- Trouble shooting by input block (Component level check)


No.

Input Block

Page

Power-up Boot fail

1~2

No OSD

3~4

Digital TV

Analog TV

AV (Scart / CVBS/ S-Video)

7~12

Component

13

RGB(D-SUB)

14~15

HDMI

16~17

All Input

18

10

Digital TV

19

Analog TV

20

12

AV / Component / RGB, HDMI-PC/ HDMI-DTV

21~26

13

AV Audio out / No Audio (Headphone &


SPDIF)

27~30

USB no connect / Remocon

31~33

Intelligent Sensor

34

11

Symptom (L)
Power Problem

Video Problem

Audio Problem

14

USB / Remocon Problem

15

Intelligent Sensor

Remark

LCD TV

Symptom

P800 Pin #7~#10


Voltage Level = 5V ?

NO

Power-Up Boot Fail


Check Power connector
OK ?

YES

Making

2009. 2 . 1
1/34

Revision

26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Replace Power Board

YES
P800 Pin #2
Voltage level = 5V ?

Replace MAIN BD Q801

NO

YES
P800 Pin #13, 14 = 12V
P800 Pin #17, 18 = 24V ?

Replace Power Board

NO

YES
MAIN BD L803 = 3.3V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC801

NO
YES
MAIN BD L813 = 1.26V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC805

NO
YES
MAIN BD L805 = 3.3V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC806

NO
YES
Check MAIN BD X100 Clock
12MHz

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC102
NAND FLASH

NO

Replace MAIN BD IC103


Serial Flash

NO

Replace MAIN BD
IC300, IC301 DDR2 Memory

NO

Replace MAIN BD IC100

LCD TV

Symptom

Power-Up Boot Fail

Making

2009. 2 . 1
2/34

Revision
19~22LH2000

P801 Pin #5~#6


Voltage Level = 5V ?

NO

Check Power connector


OK ?

Replace Power Board

YES

YES
P801 Pin #1, 2 = 15V?

Replace Power Board

NO
YES
MAIN BD L803 = 3.3V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC801

NO
YES
MAIN BD L813 = 1.26V ?

NO

Replace MAIN BD IC805

YES
MAIN BD L805 = 3.3V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC806

NO
YES
Check MAIN BD X100 Clock
12MHz

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC102
NAND FLASH

NO

Replace MAIN BD IC103


Serial Flash

NO

Replace MAIN BD
IC300, IC301 DDR2 Memory

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

Making

No OSD

Revision

2009. 2 . 1
3/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

P800 Pin #13, 14 = 12V


P800 Pin #17, 18 = 24V ?

NO

Check Power connector


OK ?

YES
P800 Pin #20
Voltage level = 2V

Replace MAIN BD Q802

NO

YES
MAIN BD L1300 = 12V ?

Replace MAIN BD Q806

NO
YES
Check LVDS Cable
OK ?

NO
Replace LVDS Cable

Replace Main Board

YES

Replace Power Board

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

Making

No OSD

2009. 2 . 1
4/34

Revision
19~22LH2000

P801 Pin #1, 2 = 15V?

NO

Check Power connector


OK ?

YES
P801 Pin #9
Voltage level = 2V

Replace MAIN BD Q802

NO

YES
MAIN BD L1300 = 12V ?

Replace MAIN BD Q806

NO
YES
Check LVDS Cable
OK ?

NO
Replace LVDS Cable

Replace Main Board

YES

Replace Power Board

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

Digital TV Video Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
5/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check RF Cable

YES
MAIN BD L1201 = 5V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC808

NO
YES
MAIN BD L1202 = 3.3V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC809

NO
YES
MAIN BD IC804
Pin #2 = 1.2V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC804

NO

YES
MAIN BD R1210 Clock ?

Replace MAIN BD TU1200

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

Analog TV Video Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
6/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check RF Cable

YES
MAIN BD L1201 = 5V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC808

NO
YES
MAIN BD L1202 = 3.3V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC809

NO
YES
MAIN BD IC804
Pin #2 = 1.2V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC804

NO

YES
MAIN BD R1210 Clock ?

Replace MAIN BD TU1200

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

AV1(Scart CVBS) No Video


Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
7/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD R1117
Video Signal ?

MAIN BD JK1100 Check

YES
Check MAIN BD C210
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

Replace MAIN BD JK1100

NO

NO

Replace
MAIN BD C210

LCD TV

Symptom

AV1(Scart RGB) No Video


Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
8/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK1100

Replace MAIN BD JK1100

NO

YES
Check MAIN BD C200 (RED)
C201 (GREEN)
C202 (BLUE)
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

Replace
MAIN BD C200, C201, C202

LCD TV

Symptom

AV2 No Video Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
9/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD R1133
Video Signal ?

MAIN BD JK1101 Check

NO

YES
Check MAIN BD C211
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

Replace MAIN BD JK1101

NO

Replace MAIN BD C211

LCD TV

Symptom

AV3(CVBS) No Video Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
10/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the CVBS Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD R400
Video Signal ?

MAIN BD JK402 Check

YES
Check MAIN BD C217
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

Replace MAIN BD C217

NO

Replace MAIN BD JK402

NO

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

AV1 No Video Out Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
11/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Spec (Refer to User Manual)


Is it supported?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD C1107
Video Signal ?

MAIN BD JK1100 Check

YES

NO
Check MAIN BD R1205
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD Q1205

NO

Check the Trouble Shooting Guide


Analog TV No video

LCD TV

Symptom

AV2 No Video Out Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
12/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Spec (Refer to User Manual)


Is it supported?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD C1122
Video Signal ?

NO
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

MAIN BD JK1101 Check

YES

LCD TV

Component No Video/
No Color Problem

Symptom

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
13/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the Component Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD R419
Video Signal ?

MAIN BD JK400 Check

NO

Replace MAIN BD JK400

NO

YES
Check MAIN BD C209, C215 (Y)
C216 (Pb)
C214 (Pr)
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

Replace
MAIN BD C209 or C214 or C215 or C216

LCD TV

Symptom

RGB No Video Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
14/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the RGB Cable

YES
MAIN BD P400 Pin #2
Video signal ?
R437 has Vsync ?
R440 has Hsync ?

MAIN BD P400 Check

NO

NO

YES
Check MAIN BD C208 (Video)
R246 (HSYNC)
R245 (VSYNC)

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

Replace
MAIN BD C208 or R246 or R247

Replace MAIN BD P400

LCD TV

Symptom

RGB No Color Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
15/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the RGB Cable

YES
MAIN BD P400
Pin #3 (BLUE)
Pin #2 (GREEN)
Pin #1 (RED)
Video signal ?

MAIN BD P400 Check

Replace MAIN BD P400

NO

NO

YES
Check MAIN BD C212 (RED)
C207 (GREEN)
C213 (BLUE)
Video Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

Replace
MAIN BD C212 or C207 or C213

LCD TV

Symptom

HDMI 1~3 All No Video Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
16/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the HDMI Cable

YES
Check the ADJUST MENU
EDID OK ?

NO

Download EDID
(Refer to Adjustment Spec)

YES
Replace
MAIN BD IC107 (HDCP KEY)

NO
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

HDMI1 ALL MODELS


HDMI2 Except for 19/22LH20**
HDMI3 Except for 19/22LU40**, 19/22LU50**, 19/22LH20**

LCD TV

Symptom

HDMI1 or 2 or 3 No Video
Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
17/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check Signal format


Is it supported?

YES
Check the HDMI Cable

YES
MAIN BD JACK Check
JK600 -> HDMI1
JK601 -> HDMI2
JK602 -> HDMI3

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

_ This case is that HDMI Video doesnt display at the some HDMI input, not all.

HDMI1 ALL MODELS


HDMI2 Except for 19/22LH20**
HDMI3 Except for 19/22LU40**, 19/22LU50**, 19/22LH20**

LCD TV

Symptom

Making

All Source no Audio Problem

2009. 2 . 1
18/34

Revision

Check The Speaker

26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Replace Speaker

NO
YES
Check Speaker Cable

Replace Speaker Cable

NO
YES
CHECK MAIN BD
JK700 or JK701

NO

Replace MAIN BD
JK700 or JK701

_ If headphone is connected, Speaker sound doesnt work.

YES
MAIN BD
L700 = 1.8V

Replace MAIN BD IC803

NO

YES
MAIN BD
Check R720, R721, R722
Signal

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO

YES
MAIN BD
L705 Pin #1
L704 Pin #2
PWM Signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 701

Check P700 Cable

NO

Replace MAIN BD IC701

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

Digital TV No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
19/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Digital TV Video OK ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

LCD TV

Symptom

Analog TV No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
20/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Analog TV Video OK ?

YES
Check MAIN BD
C231 Signal (SIF)

YES

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO
MAIN BD TU1200
Pin #17 Signal (SIF)

NO

Replace MAIN BD TU1200

LCD TV

Symptom

AV1 No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
21/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

AV1 Video OK ?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK1100

Replace MAIN BD JK1100

NO
YES
MAIN BD
C229 (Right Sound)
C230 (Left Sound)
signal ?

NO
Check MAIN BD
C229, C230

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

AV2 No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
22/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

AV2 Video OK ?

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK1101

Replace MAIN BD JK1101

NO
YES
MAIN BD
C2008 (Right Sound)
C2009 (Left Sound)
signal ?

NO
Check MAIN BD
C2008, C2009

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

AV3 No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
23/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

AV3 Video OK ?

YES
Check the CVBS Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK402

Replace MAIN BD JK402

NO
YES
MAIN BD
C2011 (Right Sound)
C2012 (Left Sound)
signal ?

NO
Check MAIN BD
C2011, C2012

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

Component No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
24/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Component Video OK ?

YES
Check the CVBS Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK400

Replace MAIN BD JK400

NO
YES
MAIN BD
C2013 (Right Sound)
C2014 (Left Sound)
signal ?

NO
Check MAIN BD
C2013, C2014

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

RGB, HDMI-PC No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
25/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

RGB Video OK ?

YES
Check the PC Audio Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK401

Replace MAIN BD JK401

NO
YES
MAIN BD
C2015 (Right Sound)
C2016 (Left Sound)
signal ?

NO
Check MAIN BD
C2015, C2016

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

HDMI-DTV No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
26/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

HDMI Video OK ?

YES
Check the ADJUST MENU
EDID OK ?

NO

Download EDID
(Refer to Adjustment Spec)

YES
Replace MAIN BD IC100

Check the HDMI Cable

YES

LCD TV

AV1 No Audio Out Problem

Symptom

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
27/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Analog TV Audio OK

NO

Check the Trouble Shooting Guide


Analog TV No video

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK1100

NO

Replace MAIN BD JK1100

YES
MAIN BD
R239 (Right Sound)
R240 (Left Sound)
signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD
IC1103

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

AV2 No Audio Out Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
28/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Speaker Audio OK

NO

Check the Trouble Shooting Guide


Related to Audio Problem

YES
Check the SCART Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK1101

Replace MAIN BD JK1101

NO
YES
MAIN BD
R250 (Right Sound)
R251 (Left Sound)
signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD
IC1103

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

LCD TV

Headphone No Audio Problem

Symptom

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
29/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Speaker Audio OK

NO

Check the Trouble Shooting Guide


Related to Audio Problem

YES
Check the Headphone Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK700 or JK701

Replace MAIN BD JK700 or JK701

NO
YES
MAIN BD
R237 (Right Sound)
R238 (Left Sound)
signal ?

YES
Replace MAIN BD
IC700

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

SPDIF No Audio Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
30/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Speaker Audio OK

NO

Check the Trouble Shooting Guide


Related to Audio Problem

YES
Check the SPDIF Cable

YES
Check MAIN BD JK403

Replace MAIN BD JK403

NO
YES
Check MAIN BD R230
PWM Signal ?

NO
Replace MAIN BD IC 100

LCD TV

Symptom

USB No Connect Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
31/34
32~47LH4000

Check that the USB Memory & HDD are supported by Spec
(Refer to User Manuals USB cautions)

YES
Check MAIN BD
JK405 OK ?

Replace MAIN BD JK405

NO

YES
Check MAIN BD
JK405 Pin #1 5V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC 100

YES

NO
Check MAIN BD
R801 5V ?

Replace MAIN BD IC402

YES

NO
Check MAIN BD
R848 12V ?

YES

Replace MAIN BD IC808

LCD TV

Symptom

Remote Control Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
32/34
26~42LH2000
32~47LH3000/LH4000

Check MAIN BD P1304


Wafer & Connector

Replace it

NO

YES
Check IR BD P1 Wafer
& Connector

Replace IR BD

YES

LCD TV

Symptom

Remote Control Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
33/34
19~22LH2000

Check MAIN BD P1305


Wafer & Connector

Replace it

NO

YES
IR BD IC1 Pin #3
Voltage 4V
?

Replace IR BD IC1

YES

NO
Check IR BD P1 Wafer
& Connector

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO

Replace MAIN BD IC100

NO

LCD TV

Symptom

Intelligent Sensor Problem

Making
Revision

2009. 2 . 1
34/34
32~47LH4000

Check MAIN BD P1304


Wafer & Connector

Replace it

NO

YES
Check IR BD P1 Wafer
& Connector

Replace IR BD

YES