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SERVICE M a nua l

TFT - LED TV
Chassis: - COMBO-LED (V59)
INDEX
SR. NO. CONTENT
1. Safety Precautions

2. Servicing Precautions

3. Design Procedure

4. Chassis Specifications

5. Operating Specifications

6. SW Installation Procedure

7. Block Diag.& Wiring Diag.

8. Connectors & electrical parameters

9. Critical components

10. Trouble shooting

11. Remote Control

12. Common Abbreviations

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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

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2. SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and
some field-effect transistors and semiconductor "chip"
2.1 General Servicing Precautions: components. The following techniques should be used to
Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC help reduce the incidence of component damage caused
power source before: by static by static electricity.
a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor
board module or any other receiver assembly. component r semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain
b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a
plug known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a
or other electrical connection. Commercially available discharging wrist strap device,
c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an which should be removed to prevent potential shock
electrolytic reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
capacitor in the receiver. 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface
polarity such as aluminium foil, to prevent electrostatic charge
installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an build up or exposure of the assembly.
explosion 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or
hazard unsolder ES devices.
2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an 4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device.
appropriate high voltage meter or other voltage Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-
measuring device (DVM, FETVOM, etc) equipped with static" can generate electrical charges sufficient to
a suitable high voltage probe. Do not test high damage ES devices.
voltage by "drawing an arc". 5. Do not use Freon-propelled chemicals. These can
3. Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES
of its assemblies. devices.
4. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, 6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its
clean electrical contacts only by applying the protective package until immediately before you are
following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are
cotton-tipped stick or comparable non-abrasive packaged with leads electrically shorted together by
applicator; 10% (by volume) Acetone and 90% (by conductive foam, aluminium foil or comparable
volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%-99% strength) conductive material).
CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless specified 7. Immediately before removing the protective material
otherwise in this service manual, lubrication of from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the
contacts in not required. protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly
5. Do not defeat any plug/socket voltage interlocks with into which the device will be installed.
which receivers covered by this service manual might CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis
be equipped. or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
6. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion
heat sinks are correctly installed. such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or
7. Always connect the test receiver ground lead to the the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can
receiver chassis ground before connecting the test generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES
receiver positive lead. Always remove the test device.)
receiver ground lead last. 2.3 General Soldering Guidelines
8. Use with this receiver only the test fixtures specified in 1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and
this service manual. CAUTION: Do not connect the appropriate tip size and shape that will maintain tip
test fixture ground strap to any heat sink in this temperature within the range or 500°F to 600°F.
receiver. 2. Use an appropriate gauge of RMA resin-core solder
composed of 60 parts tin/40 parts lead.
2.2 Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices:- Some 3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well tinned. 4.
semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a
easily by static electricity. Such components commonly mall wire-bristle (0.5 inch, or 1.25cm) brush with a
are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. metal handle. Do not use Freon-propelled spray-on
cleaners.

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4. Use the following unsoldering technique 3. Bend into a "U" shape the replacement transistor leads.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal 4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the
temperature (500°F to 600°F) corresponding leads extending from the circuit board
b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts. and crimp the "U" with long nose pliers to insure metal
c. Quickly draw the melted solder with an anti-static, to metal contact then solder each connection.
suction- type solder removal device or with solder
braid. 2.6 Power Output, Transistor Device
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the Removal/Replacement :-
circuit board printed foil. 1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor
5. Use the following soldering technique. leads.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach a normal 2. Remove the heat sink mounting screw (if so equipped).
temperature (500°F to 600°F). 3. Carefully remove the transistor from the heat sink of
b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder the the circuit board.
strand against the component lead until the solder 4. Insert new transistor in the circuit board. 5. Solder each
melts. transistor lead, and clip off excess lead. 6. Replace heat
c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of sink.
the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and
hold it there only until the solder flows onto and 2.7 Diode Removal/Replacement :-
around both the component lead and the foil. 1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the possible to diode body.
circuit board printed foil. 2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicular y to the
d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any circuit board.
excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle 3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new
brush. diode
2.4 IC Remove/Replacement:- Some chassis circuit around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.
boards have slotted holes (oblong) through which the IC 4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it.
leads are inserted and then bent flat against the circuit 5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder
foil. When holes are the slotted type, the following joints
technique should be used to remove and replace the IC. of the two "original" leads. If they are not shiny, reheat
When working with boards using the familiar round hole, them and if necessary, apply additional solder.
use the standard technique as outlined in paragraphs 5
and 6 above. 2.9 Fuse and Conventional Resistor
Removal/Replacement :-
2.4.1 IC Removal:- 1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of the circuit board
1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation hollows take.
by gently prying up on the lead with the soldering 2. Securely crimp the leads of replacement component
iron tip as the solder melts. around notch at stake top.
2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static 3. Solder the connections.
suction-type solder removal device (or with solder
braid) before removing the IC. CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced
2.4.2 Replacement :- component and adjacent components and the circuit
1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board to prevent excessive component temperatures.
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 re apply acrylic coating to the
areas).

2.5 "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.
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2.10 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.

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3. DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR Combo CHASSIS

DESIGN MENU : -
Method for entering design data: -
Using remote, go to MENU, then go to AUDIO MENU. Then press
remote Digit keys 8 5 3 2 , then it enters in Design Menu.

CONNECTIVITY VIEW: -

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DESIGN DATA FOR Combo CHASSIS

VIDEO ADJUSTMENT PARAMETERS: -


Brightness 0 /25 / 50 / 75 / To adjust Picture Brightness level at
100 different levels 0-25-50-75-100
To adjust Picture Contrast level at
Picture Curve

Contrast 0
different levels 0-25-50-75-100
To adjust Picture Colour Saturation level
Saturation 0
at different levels 0-25-50-75-100
To adjust Picture Hue level at different
Hue 0
levels 0-25-50-75-100
To adjust Picture Sharpness level at
Sharpness 0
different levels 0-25-50-75-100
value

Parameter to adjust the AGC for tuner


AGC

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used.
Source
Color Temp Mode: Normal/Cool/Warm
R-Gain
Parameters to adjust white balance of
G-Gain
LCD. These parameters are different for
B-Gain
different sources and vary panel to
R-Cut
panel. Also these settings are different
G-Cut
for Colour temperature modes.
B-Cut
White Balance

Sub Brightness
Parameters to adjust source offsets.
Sub Contrast
WB Offset
Color Temp Mode: Normal/Cool/Warm
R-Gain Offset
Parameters to adjust white balance of
G-Gain Offset
LCD. These parameters are different for
B-Gain Offset
different sources and vary panel to
R-cut Offset
panel. Also these settings are different
G-cut Offset
for Colour temperature modes.
B-cut Offset
Sub brightness Offset
Parameters to adjust source offsets.
Sub Contrast Offset
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Panel selection
parameter. After
selection of proper
Panel Type
panel type, it
automatically selects all
panel parameters.

Scroll for panel


Panel Type Panel type selection
type selection
Scroll for design set
Panel Design Set Design data selection
selection
Control
Selection for LVDS
LVDS Mapping Depend on panel
mapping 0 or 1

Back Light Backlight type selection


Depend on Panel
Way for DC/PWM

Parameter used for


Backlight
positive or negative off
Reverse
backlight variation
Back Light To adjust Backlight
Depend on Panel
Curve curve 0-10

Note:- Video settings for Different source may be different


depending on auto white balance settings and may vary panel
to panel.

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AUDIO ADJUSTMENT PARAMETERS: -
Audio Data Select audio data as per cabinet and
Selection model.
Source
OSD_0
OSD_25 Parameters used to adjust the audio
Audio Curve
OSD_50 curve of model. This audio curve
OSD_75 may vary from model to model.
OSD_100
Audio Output Parameter used for woofer/Non
2.0CH
Select woofer model
Selection for audio as per model.
Speaker Automatically selects all above audio
selection parameters i.e. all audio parameters
are assigned to this parameter.
Audio On Music
10
Used for adjusting power on music
Vol. volume
Audio Mode Music/Standard/Speech/User
Treble
Bass
Audio Mode 120Hz Parameters used to adjust the audio
500Hz curve of model. This audio curve
1.5KHz may vary from model to model.
5KHz
10KHz
120Hz Parameters used to adjust the audio
500Hz curve of model. This audio curve
Band Max 1.5KHz may vary from model to model.
5KHz Bandmax parameters are different
10KHz for different audio modes.

Note:- Audio settings for Different AV source audio modes may be


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SETUP DESIGN PARAMETERS
Mode Parameter Data Description
Clear By doing Clear EEPROM, all design
EEPROM parameters get reset to default values
Remote Option selection i.e.
IR Select VIDEOCON
Videocon/SANSUI remote option.
Keyboard This is to select TV keys 05 keys or 07
7 Keys
Select keys – Model dependant.
If make ON, then Red/Green/Blue screen
Burning Off
flash. Used for manufacturing only.
Paraneter for default condition after mains
Power
Off ON i.e. set should go to stand by of
Status
directly ON.
Boot
OFF Not Applicable.
Logo
TV
AV1
AV2
Source Source selection. This is as per model
YPBPR
Switch design data.
SETUP VGA
HDMI
Multiimedia
M-Mode Off To make On/Off Manufacturing Mode.
Clone Out
To create E2P from design data to USB.
Data
Clone Clone Out
To load E2P in Set from USB.
Into
CheckSum Checksum of E2P.
Audio
127 (default value not to change)
Prescaler
OSD
To change OSD language.
Language
Feature
switch Ecovision To make ON/Off Eco vision feature.
Energy Meter To make ON/Off Eco vision feature.
To make ON/OFF backlight parameter12in
Back light
User menu.
Sub
Mode Parameter Default Data Description
Parameter
Demo EOPS To make E-OPS ON/OFF
To select different default E-
EOPS MODE
OPS combinations.
Demo EOPS Select no. of functions in E-
Icon Num.
OPS
To define function to display
Pos 1 to 6
on different positions.
CEC To make CEC function
ON
Function ON/OFF
Hotel Mode ON To make Hotel mode ON/OFF
To make Timer menu
Timer Menu OFF
ON/OFF. Default is OFF.
Blue Back OFF To make Blue Back ON/OFF
FEATURE
SETUP USB mode Movie USB To select JPEG/MPEG USB.
SWITCH
Key Indication To select position of key
Position indicator on screen
Key Indication Start To set position of indicator
To set functionf on different
Pos 1 to 7 positions of Key press
indicaator, as per model
Key
Indication Key 1/2 Gap
Setting
Key 2/3 Gap
Key 3/4 Gap To maintain gap between
Key 4/5 Gap different keys.

Key 5/6 Gap


Key 6/7 Gap

Note: -
1.) The design parameters may vary depending on model. So, kindly follow the
design data provided with each model.
2.) Clear EEPROM option is at first position in setting design data, so care should
be taken that OK key should not be pressed here, unless and until required, other
wise, Clear EEPROM will execute and all design data (Audio & Video factory
settings) will be erased.
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4. CHASSIS SPECIFICATIONS
PARAMETERS SPECS REMARKS
NUMBER OF PROGRAMS 200
TUNING SYSTEM FS
COLOUR SYSTEM PAL
NTSC PLAYBACK YES Only in AV
SOUND SYSTEM BG
CHANNEL NAME YES IN PROGRAM EDIT
MANUAL SEARCH YES
ANALOG
TUNNING FINE TUNE YES
SKIP YES
EXCHANGE CHANNEL (SWAP) YES IN PROGRAM EDIT
INSERT CHANNEL YES IN PROGRAM EDIT
COPY CHANNEL YES IN PROGRAM EDIT
DELETE CHANNEL YES IN PROGRAM EDIT
AUTO DETECTION COLOR AND
YES
SOUND
VIVID/HI-BRIGHT/CINEMA/
SELECTABLE PICTURE MODES 5 MODES
SPORTS/USER
Color Transient Improvement YES
DNR YES 3D
ADAPTIVE LUMA CONTROL YES
ZOOM MODE AUTO/4:3/16:9
COLOR IMPROVEMENT YES
3:2 2:2 PULL DOWN YES Inbuilt
DIGITAL COMB FILTER YES 3D
PICTURE
FREEZE YES
BACKLIGHT ADJUST YES
COLOUR TEMP YES NORMAL/COOL/WARM
AUTO ADJUST (IN PC) YES
H POSITION (IN PC) YES
V POSITION (IN PC) YES For VGA Source
PHASE (In PC) YES
CLOCK (In PC) YES
3D NOISE REDUCTION YES 14
SELECTABLE SOUND
4 MODES USER/SPEECH/STANDERED/MUSIC
MODES
AUTO VOLUME LEVELLER YES
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER
(RMS)
8W x 2 (+/-2w)
AUDIO
MUSIC MODE YES Eco Vision =Audio Only
BASS / TREBLE / BALANCE YES/YES/YES
EQUALIZER 5 BAND 120Hz/500Hz/1.5KHz/5KHz/10KHz
NO.OF SPEAKERS 2
CLOCK YES
ON CHANNEL YES
OFF TIME YES Timer Features are Optional
TIMER ON TIME YES
SLEEP TIMER YES
CLOCK DISPALY YES
AUTO SWITCH OFF YES
PROGRAM DIRECTORY YES
OFF/ LOW/ MID /HIGH/AUDIO
ECO VISION YES
ONLY
QUICK VIEW YES
HOTEL MODE YES
VOLUME LOCK YES In Hotel Mode
TUNING LOCK YES In Hotel Mode
FEATURES CHANNEL LOCK -CHILD
YES (RF SOURCE)
LOCK
FRONT PANEL KEY LOCK NO
Start on predefined
YES In Hotel Mode
Source
Start on predefined
YES In Hotel Mode
Channel NO.
ENERGY METER YES
BOOT UP SOUND YES
SPECIAL SMART CONNECT HDMI CEC
YES
FEATURES
FAMILY FAVOURITE YES

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RF IN YES
AV1 IN YES
AV2 IN NO
CONNECTIVITY

AV OUT YES
YPbPr/YCbCr YES Conectivities present
USB INPUT (2.0 aat rear side of TV.
YES
SUPPORT)
HDMI INPUT YES
PC AUDIO IN YES
PC(VGA IN) YES
PANEL MODEL NO SAMSUNG (LTA230AN01)
SCREEN SIZE & TYPE 23" (VA TYPE) TV GRADE PANEL
ASPECT RATIO 16:9
PANEL SPECIFICATIONS

RESOLUTION 1366(H) X 768 (V)


DISPLAY AREA(H x V) 508.152 (H) X 285.696 (V)MM
PIXEL PITCH 0.372 (H) X 0.372 (V) SPECIFICATION ARE
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DISPLAY COLOURS 16.7 Million Color WITH PANEL TYPE NO
CONTRAST RATIO 4000:01:00
BRIGHTNESS 250cd / m2
VIEWING ANGLE 175°(H) / 170°(V)
RESPONSE TIME 8 ms(G to G) Response Time
LAMP LIFE 30,000 Hours Min.
TV Operating voltage
OPERATING VOLTAGE 110V-240V~ at 50/60Hz
range.
RATING

Average power
consumption by TV in
POWER CONSUMPTION 35 W (Avg.)
Standard operating
condition.
REMOTE HANDSET V-MT 22 (V-2BD)
ACCESSORI

BATTERY CELL 2 "AAA" Batteries Accessories provided with


ES

TV. Dependants on model


RCA CABLE 1 YPbPr CABLE BOM.
USER'S GUIDE BOOK YES

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5. OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS
CHASSIS/PANEL SPECIFICATIONS: -

NOTE:- The specifications above are subject to change.

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MULTIMEDIA SUPPORT SPECIFICATIONS

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SOURCE WISE RESOLUTION SUPPORT

VGA (RGB) Resolutions:-

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6. SW & E2P INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
The ATV SW installation in Combo chassis can be done with USB in two ways.
1.) SW & E2P Installation through USB.
2.) SW Installation through MST Tool.
SW installation through USB: -
Download the SW file in USB to root directory.
Confirm the file name should be “VIDEOCON.bin”
1
for Videocon brand LEDTV and “SANSUI.bin for
SANSUI brand LEDTV.
Turn the TV set ON and insert the USB in USB port
2
of TV set.

Press Menu key of remote, go to setting menu and


3
press OK on Software Update Menu.

It will give pop up window asking upgrade SW or


not? Press left arrow key here. The SW update will
4
start and LED will start blinking, indicating SW
upgrade is in process.

Also, indicator screen will appear o screen


showing SW loading progress.
5
Once SW update is started, do not switch OFF the
TV set.

After SW update is complete, the TV set will


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automatically go to stand by mode and will restart.
Turn ON the TV set from stand by and follow
7
below steps.
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STEPS TO FOLLOW AFTER SW INSTALLATION: -

After SW update, go to Design Menu by


1
Pressing MENU => AUDIO MENU => 8 5 3 2

Go to Setup design menu and Select Clear


2
EEPROM option and press OK key of remote.

After Clear EEPROM, the set will go to stand


3 by and will again restart automatically in RF
source.

Then verify the modelwise Audio/ Video


settings as per Design data (in PLM). Verify
4
the SW date and version in Version info in
Design data

Then press Shipping in Setup design menu by


pressing OK key of remote, after shipping set
displays “SHIPPING FINISH” message, then
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Switch OFF the set from main power and
again Switch ON. The SW loading process Is
complete.

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Note: -
1. Kindly DO NOT SWITCH OFF THE TV SET, While SW/E2P upgrade
is in process.
2. The SW and E2P update through USB is possible with mains
OFF-ON also, but only if M-Mode is ON.
3. In M-Mode, if press stand by key of remote, then M-Mode
becomes OFF.
4. Can not update SW through USB if set is permanently in Stand
by. In this case, use MST jig to load SW.
5. If required to load Videocon SW in SANSUI brand chassis with
SANSUI SW, then rename the SW file as “SANSUI.bin”.
6. If required to load SANSUI SW in Videocon brand chassis with
Videocon SW, then rename the SW as “VIDEOCON.bin”.
7. If use chassis of any other segment on 19.5” D-LED model, then
there will not be any display on this panel. This is not a
problem, but this is because, the panel resolution of 19.5” D-
LED model is different i.e. 1600X900. So, for this model, after
SW loading it is required to update the E2P of this model to
view display.

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E2P UPLOAD THROUGH USB : -
After SW update, go to Design Menu by
1
Pressing MENU => AUDIO MENU => 8 5 3 2
Go to Setup design menu and Select Clear
2
EEPROM option and press OK key of remote.
After Clear EEPROM, the set will go to stand
3
by and will restart automatically in RF mode.
Then, take E2P in USB. File name for E2P will
4 be for VIDEOCON=> VDC_182VG_EEP
For SANSUI=> SAN_182VG_EEP.

Insert the USB in USB port of TV. Then go to


5
Design data=>setting Menu=> Clone option.

In Clone Option go to second option “Clone


data Into” and press right navigation key to
load the E2P file.
6
Note: - If E2P file is not detected, then it will
show “Fail”. Then verify the file name is
correct and the E2P file is in root directory.
If File name is OK, then the E2P will be
7 loading and LED blinking will be there. After
E2P loading successful, then set will restart.
After E2P loading, do the shipping, as
8
explained in SW loading procedure.

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E2P DOWNLOAD FROM TV SET IN USB: -
If required to make E2P file from any set in the field, then follow below
steps.

Set up required design data and user data in


the TV Set from which E2P is to be prepared
1 and inset USB in the TV set. Before inserting
USB in TV, be sure that there is no SW or E2P
present in USB drive.

Go to design data => Setting Menu=> Clone


2
Option.

Then select first Option “Clone Out Data”, to


3
make E2P.

Then Press Right navigation key on this option.


If USB is detected, then E2P will be copied in
the USB connected and “SUCCESS” message will
4 be displayed on screen and Checksum of the
E2P will be displayed. Checksum will change if
any changes are made in TV and again E2P is
downloaded.
Thus E2P will be ready to use for other
5
model/TV set.

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SW INSTALLATION THROUGH JIG: -

Step1: - First Connect MST SW loading Jig to USB port of PC and 04 Pin Header
XS352 on chassis (near AV socket). SW loading jig is common with MST719 Jig.
MST Tool is also same as MST719.
Step2: - Kindly confirm pin configuration of Jig conn. should be +5V,
RXD, TXD, GND, which is same as MST719 Jig.

Step3: - Open ” ISP_Tool_4502.exe” on your PC .(Tool version may be


different).

Step4: - After opening tool, Press connect. If Jig is properly connected, then it
will select the chip automatically. If chip is not selected automatically, then go to
Device option in Jig and select the Chip from SPI list WIN25X32 or WIN25Q32.
Then open the MSTV tool and select Baud rate 11500 (as shown below) and
select the COM Port (confirm COM port from your Computer properties, may
be different for different PC).

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COM Port and Baud Rate selection from MSTV Tool

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Step4: - Then go to option of ISP tool and select the SW file (.bin file).

Step5: - Then select option of ISP tool and after setting, press RUN in

Auto window, then SW loading will start as shown below.

Note: - 1.) Before running SW, uncheck options Reconnect, lank, Restore data,
Multi flashes, Verify, as these actions are not required.
2.) Kindly DO NOT SWITCH OFF TV Set or PC while SW loading or do not
disconnect the Jig from PC while SW loading.

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Step6: - After Successful SW loading it will show PASS, as shown in below
window.

Step7: - After Successful SW loading follow below steps for Shipping.

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After SW loading is complete i.e. 100%,
1 the set will go to stand by automatically
and will restart again.

The set is in M-Node now. Then go to


2 Design Menu by Pressing MENU =>
AUDIO MENU => 8 5 3 2

Go to Setup design menu and Select Clear


3 EEPROM option and press OK key of
remote.

After Clear EEPROM, the set will go to


4 stand by and will again restart
automatically in RF source.

Then verify the modelwise Audio/ Video


settings as per Design data. Verify the SW
5 date and version in Version info menu of
Design data

Then press Shipping in Setup design menu


by pressing OK key of remote, then Switch
6 OFF and again Switch ON the SET. The SW
loading process Is complete.

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7. COMBO LED BLOCK DIA. AND WIRING DIAGRAM
MAJOR COMPONENTS IN COMBO LED CHASSIS
SR. MAJOR IC WITH FUNCTIONS
1 N401 TSUMV59XU-Z1 EPLQFP 100 pins is the main micon.
Power management of LDO output voltage is as follows:
a.N505 output voltage :1.8V +-0.1V
2
b.N411 output voltage :3.3V +-0.1V
c.N503 output voltage :3.3VSB +-0.1V
Tuning circuit of tuner type is NXP silicon tuner,
3 The color system NTSC/PAL/SECAM and sound system
BG/DK/I.
N800 TPA3110LD2 is the digital audio amplifier, Output
4
power option 2x10W stereo.
N403 MX25L1606E12G is the FLASH IC for software
5
storage and operation

BLOCK DIAGRAM COMBO-LED CHASSIS

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MAIN CHASSIS (ACTUAL PHOTO): -
IR/KEY
SPEAKER CONN
O/P

RF IN
AUDIO IC
3110LD2

OUT
AV
LVDS
SOCKET

AV1 IN
MICON
V59

FLASH IC

YPbPr
IN
24V TO 5V
REGULATOR

VGA
IN
IN AUDIO
24V TO 12V HDMI VGA
REGULATOR
USB
IN

PWM
CONTROL IC

31
8. Connectors and Electrical Parameters

IR & KEYBOARD CONENCTOR (XS605)

AUDIO CONNECTOR CONFIGURATION

AUDIO OUTPUT CONN (XS901)


NO. Symbol Function
1 L_OUT+ L_OUT+
2 GND GND
3 GND GND
4 R_OUT+ R_OUT+

32
9. CRITICAL COMPONENTS
CRITICAL COMPONENT LIST
SR. IC DESCRIPTION QTY. LOCATION FUNCTION
1 IC,CHIP,EPLQFP,100Pin,NTSUMV59XU,EZ 1 N401 Main Micon IC
IC,CHIP,SOIC8,QM3001S/CEM9435A/AM9435P/
2 2 N504 N502 Panel Power switch IC
WPM9435
3 IC,CHIP,SOT223,G1117-3.3V 2 N503 N411 5VSTB TO 3.3VSTB Regulator
4 IC,CHIP,TO223,AZ1117ADJ 1 N505 2.5V Regulator for Micon.
5 IC,CHIP,SOT-23,CS810S 1 N402 Hardware Reset IC
6 IC,CHIP,SOT23-5-1,SY8008B 1 N551 5VSTB to 1.26V Core Power for Micon
7 IC,CHIP,TSSOP28,TPA3110L 1 N800 Audio IC
8 IC,CHIP,SOP8,BIT3260 1 NS3 PWM control IC for LED driver
9 IC,OPTO-COUPLER,KP10101B/KPC817B,DIP-4 1 N704 Optocoupler
10 IC,PWM,28V,300 MA,OB2263MP,SOT23-6 1 N700 PWM control IC for Power Supply
IC,SMD
11 1 N403 Flash IC
FLASH,SOP8,MX25L1606E12G,WINDBOND
12 IC,CHIP TDA18273 for Silicon Tuner 2 N410 Tuner Driver IC
13 VARISTOR,560V,25AMP,TVR10681KSY 1 RV01 Varistor
TRANS,N-MOSFET,650V/7A FQPF7N65C,TO-
14 1 V700 Main MOSFET
220F
15 TRANSISTOR,MOSFET,ME08N20,MOS252 1 VS1 LED Driver MOSFET
N500 - 24V to 12 V Regulator
16 IC,CHIP,MP1584,SOIC8E,DC TO DC,3A,28V 2 N500 N501
N501 - 24V to 5V Regulator

33
Panel/Model Matrix.: -

FUNCTION 19.5” HD+ 22”/24” FHD 23” HD LED 32” HD LED


LED LED
RESOLUTION 1600 x 900 1366 x 768 1366 x 768 1366 x 768

PANEL VCC 5V, DC 5V, DC 12V, DC 12V, DC

PANEL VCC Add Jumper Add Jumper Add Jumper Add Jumper
SELECTION 1100087738 1100087738 1100087737 1100087737
JP003
FFC LVDS XS408 XS408 XS405 XS405
LOCATION
LED DRIVER CNS3 CNS3 CNS2 CNS3
CONN.
LED BAR Add Jumper NA NA NA
Selection 1100087738
JP002

Chassis Matrix Videocon: -


Brand Part Code Description
19.5" D-LED 1200059559 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,5V,19.5”, VID,HD

22" D-LED 1200061001 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,VID,5V,FHD,22DLED

24" D-LED 1200060355 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,LED,5V,24”,VID,FHD

32" D-LED 1200061266 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,VID,12V,PWM,D-LED

23" S.LED 1200059743 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,12V,23”LED,VID,HD

34
10. COMBO-LED TROUBLE SHOOTING

A.) Set Dead or Stand By

First confirm the AC power supply


switch is OK. And then check RED
LED is ON

Normal
Abnormal
Check if 24VSTB supply at N501 is
OK or not.

Normal
Abnormal
Check if +5VSTB supply is OK or
not.

Normal

Abnormal
Check Regulator Voltage N503 –
3.3V STB is OK or not.

Normal
Check al working voltages are Abnormal
coming at micon V59, Flash IC
N403. Check if SW loading is
possible

Normal
If all the working conditions are
normal, but still the chassis can not
power ON, the please try to replace
the main chassis..
35
B.) No Picture Condition

Check FFC Conn and LED driver


Abnormal
Connect properly
Conn. remove and re-connect.

Normal
Check the Panel VCC voltage Abnormal
Check the Power
5V/12V at JP003 is coming OK or supply area
not

Normal

Check 12 V supply is coming at Abnormal


LVDS conn. pin no. 1,2,3,4 of
XS408 / XS405.

Normal

Check backlight signals at BL


ON/OFF & BL_ADJ pins

Normal
Press ECO key of remote 2-3 times If change If display come then go
to change backlight value to design data & adjust
(backlight curve in chassis may be Backlight curve as per
reverse). model design data.

No Effect
Upload SW/E2P in the TV set if TV
is in M-Mode.

No Effect

Panel Problem Panel Problem


36
C.) BACKLIGHT ON & NO VIDEO

First check if FFC LVDS is


connected OK. Remove and Abnormal 1.Change the FFC
check if all pins of FFC conn. are conn.
normal.
Normal

1.Check conn. at JP003


Check if FFC supply voltage Abnormal is OK or not?
12V/5V is connected and normal. 2. Check supply at N502,
N504 is OK
Normal
If other TV OSD are coming, Check if input cables are
then check weather input source Abnormal connected properly.
Video is connected properly to Change the cable and re-
TV. check again.

Normal
Upload SW/E2P of that model in
the TV set if TV is in M-Mode.

No Effect
If all the conditions are normal, but
still problem is present, then try to
change the chassis.

37
D.) No Sound Condition

First check the audio source Abnormal Re-connect the input cables to
Input is proper. Also check all
TV and source properly.
audio inputs given to TV are OK.

Normal
1. Re-connect the speaker
Check Speaker conn. is Abnormal conn. in header XS901.
connected properly to TV or not
2. If damaged change the SPK.
damaged
Conn., SPK. Box assy.

Normal
If 12V not coming then check if
Check the power supply 12V is Abnormal 12V is coming at N500 pin
coming at C809/C817 i.e. VCC
no.7. Also check if Mute Pin no.
pin of audio IC.
1/2 of IC N800.
Normal
Normal
Check if O/P coils of Audio IC
L805/806/807/808 are OK or not.

No Effect
If all the conditions are normal, but
still problem is present, then try to
replace the Audio IC TPA3110LD2
or replace the main chassis.

38
11. REMOTE CONTROL

REMOTE CONTROL PHOTO & KEY CODES

39
REMOTE CONTROL KEY DESCRIPTION

40
41
42
12. Common Abbreviations

COMMON ABBREVIATIONS USED IN AUDIO/VIDEO


TFT Thin Film Transistor
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LED Light Emitting Diode
PSU Power Supply Unit
Conn Connector
SCL Serial Clock
SDA Serial Data
PAL Phase Alteration by Line (Color System)
NTSC National Television System Committee
SECAM Sequential Color And Memory
DNR Dynamic Noise Reduction
AVL Auto Volume Leveller
PWM Pulse Width Modulation
VGA Video Graphics Array
SVGA Super Video Graphics Array
X-VGA Extended Video Graphics Array
W-XGA Wide Extended Graphics Array
DAC Digital to Analog Converter
ADC Analog to Digital Converter
USB Universal Serial Bus
HDMI High Defination Multimedia Interface
CVBS Composite Video Baseband Signal
LVDS Low Voltage Differantial Signal
EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
DDR Dual Data Rate Memory
LDO Low Drop Output Regulator
Tx Transmission
RX Receiption
UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver & Transmitter
SW Software
CEC Consumer Electronic Control 43
N504 WPM9435
1 8
S D
2 7
S D
3 6
S D
4 5 5V
5VSTB G D

D
S

C506
V502

G
3.3VSTB C502
WPM3401

1uF/16V
R511
100K

0.1uF/16V
R521 R541
NC/4.7k 47K

Panel Power Source


R542
N502 WPM9435
10K V505 JP003 COT03-2.54 1 8
PWR-ON/OFF S D
BC847 2 7
S D
3 6
S D
4 5

2
1
3
G D
12V

D
V506

S
5VSTB NC/WPM3401
VCC-PANEL

Q_MOS_P
J506 nc
Back Light circuit

G
J507 nc
5V R516 C529
C508 C509

back light control 100K 1uF/16V


100uF/16V 0.1uF/16V
R501
1K

DIMMING R502 100k


PANEL-ON/OFF
1uF/16V
R503 BC847
BRI_ADJ-PWM0 "0" Panel on R514
47K

C503 NC V503
"1" Panel off
PANEL_ON/OFF R518 4.7K

BL_ON/OFF 3.3VSTB V504


C550 BC847

R519 4.7K R506


back light on/off
NC/0.1uF/16V
5V 4.7K

R520 4.7K
BC847 BL_ON_MUTE
V511

DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
5VSTB
1.26V for TSU29 CORE POWER about 600mA VDDC
Normal Power 1.2V
VDDC
Close to IC

5
C507
C511 22pF/50V

C501

R551

IN

FB
N551 R553 56K 1%

0.1uF/16V
0.1uF/16V
0.1uF/16V
SY8008B

GND
10uF/10V
XS4

C0603C
EN
LX
10K
0.1uF/16V
6

R0603E
R0603E
3
2
1

C520

C521

C522
24VSTB 5
C513 C514 C505
L501 R552 4

LD05_3
4.7uH 47K 1% 0.1uF/16V 10uF/10V
C510 220uF/16V
GND 3

R0603E
0.1uF/16V
2
1
0.6 X ( 1 + 56k/47k) = 1.31V CON06-2.0

24VSTB

C552 10nF/50V

0.1uF/50V
12V
C551 R526

8
100K
N503
AVDD_MOD
Close to IC 2
IN BS
1
L510 22uH
BM1117-3.3 3.3VSTB EN SW
R527 R530 R531
5VSTB Normal Power 3.3V

NC/47k
3 1 27K 6 FREQ FB 4
work state current 120mA 91k
4
2

standby state current 120mA L504


R528 GND COMP

B360A
D500
FB 200K C553 C554
N500

3
0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V
C517 C518 R532

2.2uF/10V

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V
0.1uF/16V

MP1584 3A 0.1uF
C559 10k 470uF/16V
0.1uF/16V 10uF/10V/0805 PWR-ON/OFF
C515

C528

C530

C533

C534
C524

C531

C504
220pF
R529 51K

VOUT=0.8(1+(47//100)/10)=5.16V
24VSTB

C556 10nF/50V

0.1uF/50V
5VSTB
C555 R533

8
100K
IN BS L511 22uH
2.5V/1.8V V39-2.5 2 1
EN SW

0.1uF/16V 29NC 39Mounted/4.7uF


1.25 X ( 1 + 100/100 ) = 2.5 R534 R538
0.1uF/16V 29NC 39Mounted
R537
6 FREQ FB 4
ICÑ¡ÓÃTSUMV29LU, 27K
47k 100k
work state current 250mA

2
TSUMV29LEʱL101¡¢ R535 GND COMP

B360A
D501
L101 C557 C558
10uF/10V

200K
N505 N501
C104ºÍC105½¨ÒéNC

3
BM1117ADJ 2.5V/1.8V MP1584 3A R539

1
5V R524 470uF 0.1uF
µô,ÓÃTSUMV39LU£¬ C560 10k
C535

C104

C105

3 1 100
TSUMV39LEÒªÉϼþ 220pF
4
2

R536 51K
0.1uF/16V

C526
0.1uF/16V

C546 C523
VOUT=0.8(1+(47//100)/10)=5.16V
C525
10uF/10V

100uF/16V

R525 2.5V/1.8V ADC2P5 2.5V/1.8V AVDD25_DEMOD


100 AVDD_MOD
AVDD_MOD
L502 0 L503
L505 0/NC 0
0.1uF/16V

L506
0.1uF/16V

0/NC
TSUMV59M VD2=RL207
C537
C536

TSUMV29,39 VD2=175MMJP
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

Close to IC 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan


TSUMV29,39LU N505Êä³öΪ2.5V,R525=100 TSUMV29,39LU L502=FB,L503=FB;L506=NC,L505=NC ISSUED
TSUMV59M N505Êä³öΪ1.8V,R525=51 TSUMV59M L502=NC,L503=NC;L506=FB,L505=FB

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
CHIP_CONFIG

BRI_ADJ-PWM1
HDMI1-RX2N

HDMI1-RX0N

HDMI1-CLKN
HDMI1-RX2P

HDMI1-RX0P

HDMI1-CLKP
HDMI1-RX1N
R072 4.7K

HDMI1-RX1P

PANEL_ON/OFF
3.3VSTB

HDMI1-SDA
HDMI1-SCL

SYSTEM-RST
BRI_ADJ-PWM1 BRI_ADJ-PWM0

HDMI_HP1
{IPAD_PWM1, PAD_PWM0}

USB1_D+
USB1_D-
3

UART-TX
UART-RX
AD1-KEYB

V39-2.5
AD0-KEYA
IR_IN
PANEL_ON/OFF

VCC

CEC
C401

RST/RST
CS810S

N402
0.1uF/16V

GND
R405 R404
4.7K 4.7K

1
R406 SYSTEM-RST
1K C417
R407

100
100
47K 1000pF/50V

TSUMV29LU NO USB

R401
R403
HARDWARE RESET PART

N17215350
N17215348
104
103
102
101
100
FLASH

99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
3.3VSTB
N401

NC
NC
TEST
E-PAD
RX2P
RX2N
DDCD_CK
RX1P
RX1N
DDCD_DA
RX0P
RX0N
RXCKP
RXCKN
HOTPLUGD
GND_EFUSE
HWRESET
CEC
IRIN
SAR1
SAR0
AVDD_DDR
DDCA_DA
DDCA_CK
PWM1/GPIO25
PWM0/GPIO26
TESTPIN
USB0_DP
USB0_DM
3.3VSTB

1 75 C409
AVDD_MOD AVDD_33 SCZ FLASH_CS0N
VDDC 2 74 SPI_FLASH-SDO R409 R408
VDDC SDO
3 73 SPI_FLASH-SDI 10K 4.7K
VGA_HS HSYNC0 SDI N403 0.1uF/16V
BIN0 4 BIN0P SCK 72 SPI_FLASH-SCK
5 71 FLASH_CS0N 1 8 R058 47 SPI_FLASH-SCK
SOGIN0 GPIO0 LED_MUTE S VCC
GIN0P 6 70 SPI_FLASH-SDO 2 7
GIN0P INT/GPIO65 PWR-ON/OFF Q HOLD
GIN0M 7 69 3 6
GIN0M VDD VDDC W C
RIN0 8 68 RXO0- 4 5 SPI_FLASH-SDI
RIN0P LVBOM VSS D
VGA_VS 9 VSYNC0 LVB0P 67 RXO0+
ADC2P5 10 AVDD_25 LVB1M 66 RXO1- GD 25Q32
BIN1 11
TSUMV39LU 65 RXO1+

0.1uF/16V
BIN1P LVB1P

C403
SOGIN1 12 SOGIN1 AVDD_MOD 64
AVDD_MOD
GIN1P 13 GIN1P LVB2M 63 RXO2-
GIN1M 14 GIN1M LVB2P 62 RXO2+

AVDD_MOD
R410
RIN1

0/NC
15
16
17
RIN1P
AVDD_33 TSUMV39LE LVBCKM
LVBCKP
61
60
59
RXOC-
RXOC+
RXO3-
CVBS2 LVB3M
AV_CVBS1
AV_CVBS0
18
19
CVBS1
CVBS0 TSUMV29LU LVB3P
LVA0M
58
57
RXO3+
RXE0-

CVBS_OUT
VCOM0 20 VCOM LVA0P 56 RXE0+
Ö÷ICÑ¡ÓÃTSUMV39LUʱ£¬¾ßÓÐMM¹¦ÄÜ£¬Ä¬ÈÏʹ
AVDD_MOD C680 1uF/16V
21
22
23
CVBSOUT
AVDD_AU33 TSUMV29LE LVA1M
LVA1P
55
54
53
RXE1-
RXE1+
RXE2-
1MByteµÄFlash£¬Èç¹ûÓÐÐèÒª£¬¿ÉÒÔʹÓÃ2MByte;
AUL0 LVA2M
AV-AULIN0 24 52 RXE2+
Èç¹û²»Ê¹ÓÃMM¹¦ÄÜ£¬ÔòFlashĬÈÏΪ512K¡£

AVDD_DMPLL
AUR0 LVA2P

VDDIO_CMD
25 AUVAG AVDD_MOD 51
1uF/16V

AVDD_REF

AVDD_PLL
C681 AVDD_MOD

AUOUTR0

AUOUTR1
AUOUTL0

AUOUTL1
Ö÷ICÑ¡ÓÃTSUMV29LUʱ£¬²»¾ßÓÐMM¹¦ÄÜ£¬Ä¬ÈÏ

LVACKM
LVACKP
AV-AURIN0

GPIO55
GPIO56
GPIO57

LVA3M
RFAGC

LVA3P
XOUT
AUR4

AUR5
AUL4

AUL5

VIFM
VIFP
ʹÓÃ512KByte¡£

VDD
XIN
MST7820LM_9
TSUMV39LU/TSUMV29LU
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
4.7uF/10V
C402

1uF/16V

1uF/16V

1uF/16V

1uF/16V

Close to IC
L401
FB

with width trace


C604

C605

C608

C609

TUNER_SDA
TUNER_SCL
AMP-AUOUTR0
AMP-AUOUTL0

TV_AGC
XTALO

RXEC+
RXEC-
RXE3+
RXE3-
XTALI

AVDD_MOD
AUOUTR3
AUOUTL3

XYAL PART VDDC


C407
Close to IC

AVDD25_DEMOD
AVDD_MOD

BL_ON_MUTE

22pF/50V XTALO
AV-AULIN4

AV-AURIN4

PC-AURIN0
PC-AULIN0

VIFM
VIFP
2

R402
24MHZ
Y401

1M
V39-2.5
1

XTALI
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE
C408

22pF/50V

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
3.3VSTB 0.1uF/16V C201

D029 ICVL0518

D031 ICVL0518
R205 100
AD1-KEYB 1 1
CON08-2.0 R420 4.7K
4.7k R419

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
1 0.1uF/16V C404

2 KEYB R421 100

3 AD0-KEYA

4 5VSTB
KEYA
R427 R428
5 LED_R 10K
2K
6 LED_G 1K R426
5VSTB
7 C406 LED_R
LED_G
8 0.1uF/16V
R429 10K
XS605 V402
BC847 LED_MUTE

R422 4.7K
5VSTB
R423 100 IR_IN

D030 ICVL0518
C405
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
220pF/50V

VCC-PANEL 1
VCC-PANEL VCC-PANEL 2
VCC-PANEL 3
4
1 5
2 6
3 GND 7
4 RXE3+ 8
VCC-PANEL RXE3- 9
1 5
6 RXEC+ 10
2 RXEC- 11
3 7
8 RXE2+ 12
4 RXE2- 13
5 9
10 GND 14
6 RXE1+ 15
7 11
RXO0+ 12 RXE1- 16
8 GND 17
RXO0- 13
9 RXO3+ RXE0+ 18
RXO1+ 14
10 1 RXO3- RXE0- 19
11 RXO1- 15
2

Panel30_2.0*2
16 RXO3+ 20
12 RXO2+ 3 RXOC+
17 RXO3- 21
13 RXO2- 4 RXOC-
18 RXOC+ 22
14 5 RXOC- 23
15 19
RXOC+ 6 RXO2+ GND 24

Panel30_2.0*2
16 RXO3+ 20
7 RXO2- RXO2+ 25
17 RXOC- RXO3- 21
RXO3+ 8 RXO2- 26
18 22
RXOC+ 9 RXO1+ RXO1+ 27
RXO3- 23

XS408
19 10 RXO1- RXO1- 28
20 RXOC- 24
11 RXO0+ 29
25
CON30_2.0*2

21 12 RXO0+ RXO0- 30
22 RXE0+ RXO2+ RXO0- 26
13
23 RXE0- RXO2- 27
XS404
RXE1+ 14
24 28
15
25 RXE1- RXO1+ 29
16
26 RXO1- 30
17
27 18
RXE2+ RXO0+
XS401

28 19
NC/Panel30_2.0*2

RXE2- RXO0-
29 20
30 RXEC+ 3.3VSTB 21
RXEC-
NC/10K

31 22
32 23
33 RXE3+ 24
34 25
RXE3-
35 26
NC/10K R203

36 VCC-PANEL 27
XS405

37 28
38
39
SEL 29
30
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE
40
ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan
R204

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
ULCE0505

ULCE0505

ULCE0505

ULCE0505
ULCE0505

ULCE0505

ULCE0505

ULCE0505
XS001 HDMI_J
1
DAT2+
2

D023

D024

D026

D028
D021

D022

D025

D027
DAD2_SHIELD
3

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DAT2-
4
DAT1+
5 HDMI1-RX2P1 R601 10 HDMI1-RX2P
DAD1_SHIELD
6 HDMI1-RX2N1 R602 10 HDMI1-RX2N
DAT1-
7 HDMI1-RX1P1 R603 10 HDMI1-RX1P
DAT0+
8 HDMI1-RX1N1 R604 10 HDMI1-RX1N
DAD0_SHIELD
9 HDMI1-RX0P1 R605 10 HDMI1-RX0P
DAT0-
10 HDMI1-RX0N1 R606 10 HDMI1-RX0N
CLK+
11 HDMI1-CLKP1 R607 10 HDMI1-CLKP
CLK_SHIELD
12 HDMI1-CLKN1 R608 10 HDMI1-CLKN
CLK-
13
CEC
14 R038 200 CEC
NC
15

D019 ICVL0518
DDC_SCL
16
DDC_SDA
17 HDMIB/5V
CECDD_GND
18
+5V
19
HPD

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
10K
10K
R611 10K
1K

R612

R613
R610
R615 100
HDMI1-SCL
HDMI1-SDA
D001 ICVL0518

R616 100
C

D003 ICVL0518

D002 ICVL0518
V601 B HDMI_HP1
BC847
R614 4.7K
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
E

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
3.3VSTB
VGA
10
15 5
XS352
4 9 5V
14

3 UART-RX 13
4

3
8
R620 33 C601 0.047uF/50V BIN0
USB PART 0.1uF/16V
C611
F601
7 1
2 UART-TX 12 R621 33 C602 0.047uF/50V +5V
2 GIN0P

USB
FB
6
1 33
11 1 R622 C603 0.047uF/50V RIN0
USB-
2 USB_D- R630 5.1 USB1_D-
D010 ICVL0518

D009 ICVL0518

CON04-2.0 BLACK
5.1 USB1_D+

R618
3 USB_D+

R619
R631

R617
XS351 USB+

D006 ICVL0518

D005 ICVL0518

D004 ICVL0518

D613 ULCE0505
D612 ULCE0505
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
4
GND

75

75

75
C612 0.047uF/50V G_USB XS591

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
R623 68 GIN0M

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
R662 100 VGA_HS

R663 100 VGA_VS


D007 ICVL0518

D008 ICVL0518
R624

10K R625
10K
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
R626 10K
PC-AULIN0
10K
GND 2 R627
1 1
L 3
6 6
VIN 5 10K
R 4
R629
PC-AURIN0
XS104PHONE-2-HX_17E:MTK8223PCBMT8223L-20100426-T2-SCH-B.DSN
R628 10K
D012 ICVL0518

D011 ICVL0518

PC AUDIO IN
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
AV INPUT 0.047uF/50V C613
R632 VCOM0
4
33
7 R633 0.047uF/50V C614
AV_IN AV_CVBS0 2
1 GND
47 1 1
5 AV-R L 3 AV_LOUT
6 6 AV_VOUT
8 AV_IN VIN 5
AV1 2 AV_L R634 10K AV-AULIN4 R 4 AV_ROUT
AV_LOUT C630 1uF R658 100 AUOUTL3

XS331PHONE-2-HX_17E:MTK8223PCBMT8223L-20100426-T2-SCH-B.DSN
AV_L_R_PJ_LANHEADPHONE_LAN
6

D014 ICVL0518

D013 ICVL0518

D015 ICVL0518
AV_ROUT C631 1uF R659 100 AUOUTR3
9
R635 10K AV-AURIN4
3
XS381
C632 C633

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
R660 R661
R636

100K
R637 100p

100K
100p

R638
10K 10K

75
R640 0.047uF/50V C610 AV_CVBS1
47

GND 2
1 1
AV2 L
6
3
6
R646 10K AV-AULIN0
5

D032 ICVL0518

D020 ICVL0518

D033 ICVL0518
VIN
R 4
XS003PHONE-2-HX_17E:MTK8223PCBMT8223L-20100426-T2-SCH-B.DSN
R647 10K
AV_L_R_PJ_LANHEADPHONE_LAN
AV-AURIN0

DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
R648 R649

R639
10K 10K

75
5V
0.047uF/50V
R645 33 C619
R651 75 RIN1
GND
2 PR 1000pF/50V C615
GND

CAP_NPD
CAP_NPD
5V
1 C635 C636
1 R652 75 SOGIN1

RESISTORB
RESISTORB
3 2.2uF R664 R666
L GND 0.1uF
6 100k 220R
AV1 6 R643 33

E
5 Y C617 GIN1P
VIN B V603
R 4 BC857

N20902322
R653 75 0.047uF/50V
GND GND
XS002PHONE-2-HX_17E:MTK8223PCBMT8223L-20100426-T2-SCH-B.DSN
C634 10uF B

C
R642 33 CVBS_OUT V604

N20902233
PB C616 BIN1 BC847

CAP_NPD
RESISTORB
RESISTORB
R668 75R R669 75R AV_VOUT

E
RESISTORB
N20902320
N20902318
0.047uF/50V R665
D017 ICVL0518

D016 ICVL0518

D018 ICVL0518

RESISTORB
100k R667
75R
R644 68 C618 GIN1M
1000pF/50V
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DIODE_BI-DIR_TRIG_3
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
AMP-AUOUTR0 AMP_AUOUTR0
R801 10K

C801 R802
1nF/50V 10K

1nF/50V 10K
R803 12V
C802

AMP-AUOUTL0 AMP_AUOUTL0
R804 10K

C809 2.2uF/16V
N800
Close to V29

C0603/SMD
C810 0.1uF/16V
L805 IND_CHIP_SMD

C0603/SMD
MUTE 1 28
SDZ PVCC

INDUCTOR
SPEAK_R+
2 27
FAULTZ PVCC
220nF/50V 0.47uF/50V/1nF
AMP_AUOUTR0 C838 1uF/16V 3 26 C805
LINP BSPL C818
C839 1uF/16V 4 25
LINN OUTPL XS901
4
R822 10K 5 24
GAIN0 PGND L806 IND_CHIP_SMD C819 SPEAK_R- 3
6 23 0.47uF/50V/1nF
GAIN1 OUTNL
12V R811 10 220nF/50V 2

INDUCTOR
7 22 C806
AVCC BSNL
C800 1uF/16V 220nF/50V 1
8 21 C807
AGND BSNR
CON04-2.0
C811 1uF/16V 9 20 SPEAK_L-
10K GVDD OUTNR
R821
R810 47K 10 19
PLIMIT PGND L807 IND_CHIP_SMD C820

INDUCTOR
C804 1uF/16V 11 18 0.47uF/50V/1nF
RINN OUTPR
220nF/50V
AMP_AUOUTL0 C803 1uF/16V 12
RINP
17 C808
BSPR
L808 IND_CHIP_SMD
13 16 C821
NC PVCC 0.47uF/50V/1nF
SPEAK_L+

INDUCTOR
14 15
PBTL PVCC

C816 470uF/16V

C817 0.1uF/16V

C0603/SMD
MUTE circuit 12V
24VSTB

R818 10K

B BC857
VD801
E C
1N4148 V801
C829 12V

10uF/50V
10K
R820
R824
10K
MUTE
R800 1K

R819NC/10K
V806
BL_ON_MUTE BC847

R817 10K
LED_MUTE

DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
C703
NC/56pF

3_3V_TUN
IF1 R701 51 VIFP
R708 33 0.1uF/16V
C710
L701 C707=180P,FOR 38.9MHZ OR 38MHZ(PAL)
C714 C717
NC/100nH C707=100P,FOR 45.75MHZ(NTSC)
180pF
4.7u/10v/0603
IF2 VIFM

C701

22P/50V C702
0.1uF/16V
R709 33 R702 51
C711
C704
CLOSE TO CHIP

22P/50V
NC/56pF

ʹÓÃTDQ-B8/116Hʱ£¬C707¡¢C704¡¢C703ºÍL704
Éϼþ£¬C701=0.1uF£¬C702=0.1uF£¬R708=33R£¬
CLOSE TO TUNER R709=33R£¬R701=51R£¬R702=51R

3_3V_TUN

R716
10K
R714 R715
AGC 100 10K
TV_AGC

C721
TUNER AGC C722
CLOSE TO CHIP
0.1u 0.022uF
CLOSE TO TUNER

DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE

ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan

VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
A
C
D
3CT
!
CN700
3.15A250V
FUSE_1
POWER-2.DSN
FILES60W60W
FILESORCADPOWER
C:PROGRAM
L 2 102/400V CY703
LINE_FILTER_18
C-0805C
F700 3 1

!
VD700

VD703
5CT
N14623234
D D
R744 1M

RV02
RV01
R746 1M
R0805
R0805
2CT
C-0805C
NC/102/400V
RL207

!
RL207

0.33uF
CX700
7CT R0805 R0805
C2139
CAP_NP
L708

R747
22mH

CY702

5
5

TH700

R745 1M
R0805
R0805
!
4.7/5A
1CT
1M
N 1
ONE.DSN
IN
FILESTWO
ONESCH
IN
FILESTWO
POWER
D:EASTKIT
3P-3_3.96
TH_0-3
POWER-2.DSN
FILES60W60W
FILESORCADPOWER
C:PROGRAM
6CT
2 4

!
CY701

VD704
VD701

D D
N14623196
+B
C-0805C
102/400V RL207 RL207

R0805
C740

0R
CAP
100uF/500V

R0805
R748
GND1
C-0805B
R753 510K
N14624445
102
R0805
C742

GND1 GND1
R0805
100K

R754 510K
R749
N14624603 N14624682
3
2

C745
GND1 1

10uF/50V
RI
CAP
GND
FB
+B

GND1

4
4

OUT 6 N14623564
R731

R0805
R0805
N700
N14624438 5

3
VDD

IS
R750 47

SG6848_4
1K

N14623552
4
C741

N14654900 CAP_NP
VD706
BZX-20V OB2263MP/OB2273
1

BAV70
2

1
3
222/1KV

GND1
R0805
2
10
R752

B
VD707 CAP
10K
BC857C V701 E

C-0805B
R751

GND1

N14654849 R0805
R0805 R0805
+B
R735

C746

GND1
470

221
R739

R0805 R0805
47uF/50V
C743
100K 2W

1
RL207

VD705

R721 10
R720 10

LIBRARY.OLB
LIBRARYMY
FILESMY
POWER
MOS_N_5N60D:EASTKIT
D
R0805
2

1.8

L710 150
G

R740
3

GND1
D S
D710

R0805
1.8

GND1
R741
V700

GND1
L711

CAP_NP
D
3
3

FR107

CY706
CY704
R0805
CY705
C-0805C
3
4
2
1

1.8
150

101/1KV
R742

FILESLIPS-60WSCHSG6859+KA7500.DSN
POWER
TRANSFORMER_FLAT_COMPACT_54-AD:EASTKIT
C-0805C C-0805C
C744

5
6
3
1

R0805
R743
1.8

102/400V
102/400V
T700

11
10
9
7

222/400V
SANHE-28-548

4CT
9
8
7
6
5

!
10

R0805 R0805
GND1
R737

VD710
R736 100

10200

4
100

3
1

3
C754

C-0805A
N704
2
102/100V

K1010C

PC
2

N14653945 N14653934
470u/35V¦µ10X20 GF
C751

CAP
2
2

ISSUED
C747

60W OUTPUT

CAP
DESCRIPTION
1K

R0805
R723
470u/35V¦µ10X20 GF

N14653945 N14653934
BOARD.DSN
BOARD60W-SMALL
FILESPS060M02V0160W-SMALL
POWER
D:EASTKIT
L_1-4
U-TL431_2 R0805
20K
R733

N702
C756

TL431

C-0805A
R724

R0805
L702

3.3uH

1K

NC

N14502113
5.1K

VIDEOCON
R727

CAP
C752

R0805 C-0805A
104
C757

Experience change
470u/35V¦µ10X20 GF

R0805
2013-03-04

C-0805A
C753

5.1K
R728
1uF/25v/1206
1

R0805
R755 10K

R0805
24VSTB

471
R738

R734

Rev: V1.0
10K

R0805
Combo D-LED Project
A
B
24VSTB

CHK/DATE

APPD/DATE
Tony /wan
Re=20; Oµµ·Å´ó¹Ü Re=20; Yµµ·Å´ó¹Ü Re=20; Rµµ·Å´ó¹Ü
RS16,RS17 VALUE RS16,RS17 VALUE RS16,RS17 VALUE
60mAX4 2.3K~4.7K 60mAX4 52.8V 3.4K~6.8K 60mAX4 1.35K~2.7K
120mAX4 667~1.5K 120mAX4 29.7V 910~1.8K 120mAX4 400~800
BL_ON/OFF 65mAX8 1K~2K 65mAX8 27.9V 1.6K~3.2K 2X3.3K/OK 65mAX8 620~1.2K

5V
12V
0/0603 RS3

LED1

LED3

LED4
LED2
DS3 DS4
BAV70

2.7K/1206
NC/1k/0805 RS1 BAV70

2.7k/1206
NC/1k/0805

2
RS2

NC/Z5.1V
DZS1

RS16

RS17
1
RS15 33/1206
470P/100V/0805
RS30 33/1206
CS12 VS5 VS6

C
C
B B
RS31 NC/0/1206
RS32 NC/0/1206 BC2230 BC2230
LS1 60uH

E
E
24VSTB LS3 LED+
SR2100

20¡À1%/1206

20¡À1%/1206
0.1uF/50V/0603

150 LS4 150


RS7 33/1206

RS8 33/1206

DS2 DS7

RS11 47k 0603


220F/25V

RS4 10k

0.1uF/100V/1206

0.1uF/100V/1206
+
330F/75V

RS18
330F/75V
CS1

+ +
CS4

RS19
CS7

CS13
CS8

10K/0805
CS6 CS10
220P/100V/0805

RS26
D
12V VS1
NS3 RS9 10 0603 G ME15N10/B0210D
1 8
VDD OUT VS9 VS10

C
2 7 BC847
EA GND S
10k 0402

3 6 B B VS13
CMP FREQ
RS10
CS3 1nF/0402

22k/ 0603

4 5 BC2230 BC2230
INN OCP
RS14
104KP/0603

E
0.1uF/0402

RS12 1k 0402
0.1uF/0402

BIT3260
CS9
CS2

20¡À1%/1206

20¡À1%/1206
CS5

1¡À1%/1206 RS20
1¡À1%/1206 RS21

1¡À1%/1206 RS24
1¡À1%/1206 RS25
1¡À1%/1206 RS33

1K/0805
RS22

RS27
RS23
DIMMING RS5 1M/0402 LED-
DS1 RS6 47k RS13
1N4148
DS8
100k/0603
33-2 DZZMM33V---EEZG

3.3¡À1%/1206

3.3¡À1%/1206
NC/1206
NC/1206
CS11
0.01uF/0402

RS39 RS38 RS28 RS29

CNS3 CNS1
LED+
LED+ 1 LED-

LED1- 2

LED1- 3
CNS2
RS37 0/0603 1
RS40 0/0603 LED2- 4 LED1
LED-
2
LED2- 5 LED2
LED+ 3
DESCRIPTION Combo D-LED Project CHK/DATE
LED3- 6

LED3- 7 LED+
4
ISSUED 2013-03-04 Rev: V1.0 Tony /wan
5
LED- 8 LED3
6
CON08-2.0 LED4

CON06-2.0
VIDEOCON APPD/DATE

Experience change
VGA_Auido

5 4 3 2 1

OPTION

MINI MINI AV1 IN MINI VGA VGA_AI USB


YPbPr HDMI
D
AVOUT AV2IN
D

Digital Tuner

TDA18273

N410

CN1
C
N401 C

PAL/SECAM MSTART
TSUMV39LU

Connect LIPS
BG/I/DK
TSUMV59XU

Power
YFS-C1W-DKA DIF2 OUT1
3D Combfilter
A702
DIF2 OUT2 3D Noise reduction
GD25Q16 Flash
N403

Speaker

B B

Sound AMP
TPA3110LD2

N800
2 X 8W

LED

A
LCD Panel A

KEY Board IR
Title
Combo D-LED Project Block diagram
IR Board Size Document Number Rev
A ?

Date: Friday, April 09, 2010 Sheet 0 of 0


5 4 3 2 1
NEW MODE
PART CODE DESCRIPTION MODEL
LEDTVVJU23HH-2MA/
1200059743 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,12V,23”LED,VID,HD
LEDTVVJU24HH-2MA
24PFL3738/V7A2/
24PFL3938/V7A2/
1200061516 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,12V,24PFL3738/V7
24PFL3738/V7 A2/
24PFL3738/V7 A2
1200060355 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,LED,5V,24”,VID,FHD LEDTVVJW24FH-2FA
1200061478 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,LED,5V,24”,SAN,FHD LEDTVSJX24FB-2FA
1200060355 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,LED,5V,24”,VID,FHD LEDVJW22FA-2FANA
LEDKJX22HB-2FANA
1200061478 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,LED,5V,24”,SAN,FHD LEDSJX22FB-2FANA
1200059559 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,5V,19.5”,VID,HD LEDTVVJW20HH-2FA
1200061000 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,5V,19.5”,SAN,HD LEDTVSJX20HB-2FA
LEDVJW20HH-2FANA
1200059559 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,5V,19.5”,VID,HD
LEDKJX20FB-2FANA
LEDTVVJW32HH-2FA/
1200061266 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,VID,12V,PWM,D-LED
LEDVJW32HH-2FAAF
LEDTVSJX32HB-2FA/
1200061733 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,SAN,12V,PWM,D-LED
LEDSJX32HB-2FANA
32PFL3738/V7 A2/
1200059761 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,PHI,12V,PWM,32PFL3938
32PFL3938/V7 A2
1200061053 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,HYN,12V,32" D-LED LEDTVHY3221HH2-A
1200061053 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO-LED,HYN,12V,32" D-LED LEDAJW32HH-NFAESA
LEDVJW32HH-2FANA
1200061266 CHASSIS,ASSY,COMBO,VID,12V,PWM,D-LED
LEDTVVJW32HH-2FAE
NEW MODELS COMBO-LED CHASSIS IDENTIFICATION
service
SWFTR RENAME AS PANEL IDENTIFICATIONS
mode
MENU +
VIDEOCON.bin FOR VIDEOCON
AUDIO 8 1.) FFC HEADER
& SANSUI.BIN FOR SANSUI
5 3 2
PANEL,LED,23",SAMSU
NG,LTA230AN01,HD 2.) LED DRIVER CONN.
3.) DRIVER SECTION
4.) PANEL VCC
1.) FFC HEADER
2.) LED DRIVER CONN.
MENU + 3.) DRIVER SECTION
VIDEOCON.bin FOR VIDEOCON
AUDIO 8 ASSY,FIM,24DLED
& SANSUI.BIN FOR SANSUI
5 3 2 4.) PANEL VCC
5.) R755
6.) LED LAMP
SELECTION
1.) FFC HEADER
2.) LED DRIVER CONN.
MENU + 3.) DRIVER SECTION
VIDEOCON.bin FOR VIDEOCON
AUDIO 8 ASSY,FIM,20DLED
& SANSUI.BIN FOR SANSUI 4.) PANEL VCC
5 3 2
5.) R755
6.) LED LAMP
SELECTION
1.) FFC HEADER
2.) LED DRIVER CONN.
MENU +
VIDEOCON.bin FOR VIDEOCON 3.) DRIVER SECTION
AUDIO 8 ASSY,FIM,D-LED
& SANSUI.BIN FOR SANSUI
5 3 2 4.) PANEL VCC
5.) R755
6.) LED LAMP
SELECTION
NTIFICATION
LOCATION PHOTO
XS405
CNS2 (06 PIN)
VS5/VS6/VS9/VS10
TRANSISTORS PRESENT
JP003 - 12V
XS408
CNS3 (08 PINS)
TRANSISTORS NOT
PRESENT
JP003 - 5V
22KE
JP002 - NO CONNECTOR
XS408
CNS3 (08 PINS)
TRANSISTORS NOT
PRESENT
JP003 - 5V
15KE
JP002 - 5V CONNECTOR
PRESENT.
XS405
CNS3 (08 PINS)
TRANSISTORS NOT
PRESENT
JP003 - 12V
22KE
JP002 - NO CONNECTOR
PRESENT.