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LED-TV

Chassis : U51A
Model : UE**C9000**
UA**C9000**

SERVICE Manual

TFT-LCD TV Contents

1. Precautions

2. Product specifications

3. Disassembly and Reassembly

4. Troubleshooting

5. Exploded View & Part List

6. Wiring Diagram

UE**C9000**
UA**C9000**

Refer to the service manual in the GSPN (see the rear cover) for the more information.
Contents
1. Precautions............................................................................................................... 1-1
1-1. Safety Precautions.......................................................................................................... 1-1
1-2. Servicing Precautions...................................................................................................... 1-2
1-3. Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) Precautions................................................... 1-2
1-4. Installation Precautions................................................................................................... 1-3
2. Product specifications............................................................................................. 2-1
2-1. Feature & Specifications.................................................................................................. 2-1
2-2. Spec Comparison to the Old Models............................................................................... 2-4
2-3. Detail Factory Option....................................................................................................... 2-5
2-4. Channel Table.................................................................................................................. 2-6
2-5. DVB-T2............................................................................................................................ 2-8
2-6. New Functional Explanation............................................................................................ 2-9
3. Disassembly and Reassembly................................................................................ 3-1
3-1. Disassembly and Reassembly........................................................................................ 3-1
4. Troubleshooting....................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1. Troubleshooting............................................................................................................... 4-1
4-2. Alignments and Adjustments......................................................................................... 4-28
4-3. Factory Mode Adjustments............................................................................................ 4-29
4-4. White Balance - Calibration........................................................................................... 4-45
4-5. Servicing Information..................................................................................................... 4-47
5. Exploded View & Part List....................................................................................... 5-1
5-1. Exploded View................................................................................................................. 5-1
5-2. Parts List.......................................................................................................................... 5-3
6. Wiring Diagram......................................................................................................... 6-1
6-1. Wiring Diagram................................................................................................................ 6-1
6-2. Connector........................................................................................................................ 6-3
6-3. Connector Functions....................................................................................................... 6-5
6-4. Cables............................................................................................................................. 6-5
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P/N:BN82-01051A-00
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

3. Disassembly and Reassembly


This section of the service manual describes the disassembly and reassembly procedures for the UN46/55C9000ZF LED TV.
WARNING: This LED TV contains electrostatically sensitive devices. Use caution when handling these components.

3-1. Disassembly and Reassembly


Cautions: 1. Disconnect the LED TV from the power source before disassembly.
2. Follow these directions carefully; never use metal instruments to pry apart the cabinet.

Description Picture Description Screws


1. Place the face down on cushioned table.
Remove screw from stand bottorm.
Rear cover

Stand box

6003-000133
(M4, L8, MACHINE)

6003-001003
(M4, L12, TAPTYPE)

Stand box

2. Lift up the rear-cover.

3-1
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


3. Remove screw from rear cover.

6003-000133
(M4, L8, MACHINE)

Lift up the Stand.

* Then, You can change the Panel.

in case of wall-mount
1. Remove the TV from Wall.

2. Remove the Screws from Stand Box.

6003-000133
(M4, L8, MACHINE)

3. Remove the Stand box from Panel.


* Then, You can change the Panel.

3-2
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


4. Remove screw from stand box,
lift up the stand box cover.

6003-001003
(M4, L12, TAPTYPE)

5. Remove the Main board.


Lift up the Woofer.

Remove the cable from Main_docking


board.

Remove the screw of the Main_docking


board and lift up LVDS connector locking
of main board.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

3-3
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


Remove the Main_docking board
(BN94-03610B).

Remove the screw of main board.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

Remove the main board.


* when remove the main board,
sliding to the left and lift up

6. Remove the screw of IP board.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

7. Remove T-con board & panel_docking


board.
Remove the screw of panel cover.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

3-4
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


Detach the cable connected to T-con
Board and Remove the screw of T-con.
* If is not perfect connection,
may cause vertical noise. So, be careful.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

Remove the screw of Panel_docking


board.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

Panel

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

8. Remove the IR & 3D Emmiter.


Remove the screws from Panel.

6001-000352
(M3, L6, Machine)

Remove the IR & 3D emmiter board.


(assy board P-IR & 3D Emitter)
when assembing the Panel, be careful of
dust.
Remove any dust with a soft lintfree towel.

IR Board 3D Emmiter Board

3-5
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


9. Remove the Male Docking board from
stand.
Remove the screw from Stand bottom.

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

Remove the male Docking PCB from


Stand bottom (BN96-14758B).
* When assenbling the Female Docking
PCB, tighen screw then back out 1 and
1/2 turns to leave the board loose.
This allows easy mating of the felmale and 6001-002283
male docking PCB. (M3, L5, Machine)

3-6
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


Disconnect the cable from the Male
Docking PCB bottom.

Remove the Female Docking board from


stand.
Remove the screw from Stand back.

6003-001003
(M4, L12, TAPTYPE)

Remove the screws form the Male


Docking PCB(BN96-14759B).

6001-002283
(M3, L5, Machine)

3-7
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Description Picture Description Screws


Remove the cable from Female Docking
PCB bottom.
* When assemble the Docking PCB,
be careful of the direction of cable.

10. Remove the cable between Male Docking


PCB and Female Docking PCB.
* Remove the Screws from Stand.

6003-001003
(M4, L12, TAPTYPE)

Remove the Screws from Stand bottom.

6003-001003
(M4, L12, TAPTYPE)

Cable.

※※Reassembly procedures are in the reverse order of disassembly procedures.

3-8
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Assemble Caution

Description Picture Description


1. When you do assemble. If do not attach
the filament tape on speaker cable, the
cable can be pressed by stand cover.

2. After repair the board.


(Main board or sub docking boards).
you can check the TV working condition
by connecting male and female docking
board without assembling the Stand.
Male docking board connect to
Main_docking board, Female docking
board connect to Panel_docking board.
refer to side the picture.

※※Do not disassemble the Panel except to change IR & 3D Emmiter board.

3-9
3. Disassembly and Reassemble

Assemble Caution

Description Picture Description

Docking PCB Assembly method


Male DOCKING PCB + STAND
1. Get wires connected with Docking PCB bottom.
2. Put wires though neck as side picture.
3. Fasten Screw on the top of Docking
PCB bottom.

GUIDE STAND + STAND + Female DOCKING PCB


1. Put wires along the guide rib and fix its position
by putting tape on them.
2. Fasten Screws on the top of Docking PCB
TOP(4 PCS).

Wall type
* Specification of the connection of the wires in
wallmounting.

3-10
5. Exploded View & Part List

5. Exploded View & Part List


5-1. UE46C9005ZW Exploded View

PANEL

SC02A

SB04A

M0014
T001A
SP01A
SP01A M0015
P003A
FB05A

SP01A

5-1
5. Exploded View & Part List

5-1-1. UE46C9005ZW Parts List


Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

PANEL BN95-00398C ASSY PRODUCT LCD;T460FCE1-F5,SLL8DS1,10b 1 SA

SC02A BN96-14599A ASSY COVER P-GUIDE STAND;UC9000,PC,V0,BK 1 SA

SB04A BN96-14107C ASSY STAND P-BASE;UC9000,EO,AL 1 SNA

T001A BN96-15367B ASSY COVER P-TOP;UC9000,EO,CIS,SO,BRAZIL 1 SNA

M0015 BN94-03610B ASSY PCB MISC-MAIN BOX SECOND;UN55C9000Z 1 SA

P003A BN44-00364B DC VSS-LED TV PD BD;PD55BF2_ZDY,PD55BF2_ 1 SA

SP01A BN96-13901A ASSY SPEAKER P;8ohm,4pin,15,9015 unit (2 1 SA

M0014 BN94-03436A ASSY PCB MAIN;UE46C9000ZWXXC 1 SA

SP01A BN96-12068C ASSY SPEAKER P;8ohm,2pin,0.7W,30mm,Unit 1 SA

FB05A BN96-14587C ASSY BOARD P;UC9Z 46,MGMPDW282EU,SENTRON 1 SA

5-2
5. Exploded View & Part List

5-2. UE46C9005ZW Parts List


Service Bom (SA: SERVICE AVAILABLE, SNA: SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

UE46C9005ZWXXE

0.1 S001A BN90-02799C ASSY STAND;UC9000,EO 1 SNA


..2 SB04A BN96-15833C ASSY STAND P-BASE;UC9000,EO,AL 1 SNA
...3 0203-001319 TAPE-CONDUCTOR;DK-K102-60-130,T0.13,W130 1 SNA
...3 M0081 6003-000115 SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,B,M3,L6,ZPC(BLK),SWRC 8 SNA
...3 M0081 6003-000133 SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,S,M4,L8,ZPC(BLK),SW 4 SA
...3 SCREW 6003-001782 SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,B,M4,L12,ZPC(BLK),SWR 6 SA
...3 EC13 BN39-01341A LEAD CONNECTOR;UN55C9000ZFXZA,Lead Conne 1 SA
...3 CB18 BN61-06380A BRACKET-STAND LINK;UC9000,HGI,T3.0 1 SNA
...3 AC280 BN63-07319A COVER-PCB;UC9000 40,ABS+PC,V0,BK0007 1 SNA
...3 BN63-07346A GASKET;GASKET EMI,Polyurethane Sponge+Po 1 SNA
...3 BN63-07347A GASKET;GASKET EMI,Polyurethane Sponge+Po 1 SNA
...3 BN68-02990A LABEL-STICKER;WW,Art PAPER,T0.05,100,60, 1 SNA
...3 BD02A BN96-14758B ASSY BOARD P-DOCKING;UC9Z,SJ10-01-006C,S 1 SA
...3 BD02A BN96-14759B ASSY BOARD P-DOCKING;UC9Z,SJ10-01-006D,S 1 SA
...3 BS01A BN96-15832C ASSY BRACKET P-STAND TOP;UC9000,EO,AL,T5 1 SA
...3 EC13 BN39-01373A LEAD CONNECTOR;UN55C9000ZF,Lead Connecto 1 SA
...3 BN60-00209A SPACER-DUAL LOCK;UC9000,CLEAR,W20,SJ 457 9 SNA
...3 SG03 BN61-06364A GUIDE-STAND;UC9000,PC+GF20%,BK0007 1 SNA
0.1 BN91-05377A ASSY SHIELD;UE46C9000ZWXXC 1 SNA
..2 6001-000378 SCREW-MACHINE;FH,+,M4,L8,NI PLT,SWRCH18A 3 SNA
..2 T0081 6001-000581 SCREW-MACHINE;PH,+,M4,L12,NI PLT,SWRCH18 2 SNA
..2 T0081 6001-002283 SCREW-MACHINE;BH,+,M3,L5,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH1 19 SNA
..2 M0081 6003-000337 SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,S,M4,L10,ZPC(BLK),SWR 20 SA
..2 M0081 6003-001003 SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,B,M4,L12,ZPC(BLK),SWR 8 SA
..2 BN73-00241A SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UN55B9000XF,SILICO 1 SNA
..2 EC11 BN96-12845B ASSY POWER CORD;250/2.5A,LP-21L,H03VVH2F 1 SA
..2 SP01A BN96-13901A ASSY SPEAKER P;8ohm,4pin,15,9015 unit (2 1 SA
..2 SP01A BN96-13902A ASSY SPEAKER P;4ohm,4pin,25W,160mm,9030 1 SA
..2 BN96-14105F ASSY COVER P-MAIN BOX;UC9000 46/55,EO,PC 1 SNA
...3 6001-002624 SCREW-MACHINE;FH,+,M3,L4,BLK,SWRCH18A 10 SNA
...3 BN60-00162X SPACER-FOAM;FOAM,30000mm,Dark Gray,1T,15 0.72 SNA
...3 BN61-06375C BRACKET-STAND BOT;UC9000,EO,SECC,T1.0 1 SNA
...3 BN63-06884A SHEET-INSULATOR POWER;PC T0.43 1 SNA
...3 BN63-06885B SHEET-INSULATOR PCB;PC T0.43,EO 1 SNA
...3 AC352 BN63-06892F COVER-SIDE;UC9000,EO,PC+ABS,T3.0,V0,BK00 1 SNA
...3 BN64-01366A GRILLE-SPEAKER FRONT;UC9000,PET,T0.35 1 SNA
...3 AG060 BN64-01367A GRILLE-SPEAKER L;UC9000,PET,T0.35 1 SNA
...3 AG070 BN64-01392A GRILLE-SPEAKER R;UC9000,PET,T0.35 1 SNA
...3 BN73-00286A RUBBER-FOOT;UC9000,RUBBER,16*33,BLK,T3 7 SNA
...3 BN73-00286B RUBBER-FOOT;UC9000,RUBBER,8*33,BLK,T3 1 SNA
..2 FL06 BN96-14108C ASSY CABLE P-FPCB LVDS CABLE;C9000,FPCB 1 SA
..2 FB05A BN96-14587C ASSY BOARD P;UC9Z 46,MGMPDW282EU,SENTRON 1 SA
..2 SC02A BN96-14599A ASSY COVER P-GUIDE STAND;UC9000,PC,V0,BK 1 SA
..2 BN73-00295A SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UE55C9000,SILICON+ 1 SNA
..2 BN73-00296A SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UE55C9000,SILICON+ 1 SNA
..2 EC13 BN39-01342B LEAD CONNECTOR;UN55C9000ZF,Flat Connecto 1 SA

5-3
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

..2 EC13 BN39-01344B LEAD CONNECTOR;UN55C9000ZF,Flat Connecto 1 SA


..2 P003A BN44-00364B DC VSS-LED TV PD BD;PD55BF2_ZDY,PD55BF2_ 1 SA
..2 BN73-00291A SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UC9Z,SILICON+POLYM 2 SNA
..2 BN73-00292A SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UC9Z,SILICON+POLYM 1 SNA
..2 BN73-00273B SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UE32C6500,SILICON+ 1 SNA
..2 T001A BN96-15367B ASSY COVER P-TOP;UC9000,EO,CIS,SO,BRAZIL 1 SNA
..2 CB02 BN61-06671B BRACKET-FRAME;UC9000,ALCOT-SA1C,Wall Mou 1 SNA
..2 0203-001319 TAPE-CONDUCTOR;DK-K102-60-130,T0.13,W130 1 SNA
0.1 M0017 BN91-05379A ASSY CHASSIS;UE46C9000ZWXXC 1 SNA
..2 M0014 BN94-03436A ASSY PCB MAIN;UE46C9000ZWXXC 1 SA
...3 0202-001608 SOLDER-WIRE FLUX;LFC7-107,D0.8,99.3Sn/0. 0.25 SNA
...3 BN97-04242A ASSY SMD;UE46C9000ZWXXC,BN94-03436A 1 SNA
....4 0202-001767 SOLDER-CREAM;LST-5710,D20~38,42Sn/57Bi/1 5.567 SNA
....4 DS01A 0401-000116 DIODE-SWITCHING;MMSD914T1,100V,200mA,SOD 5 SA
....4 DS01A 0401-001056 DIODE-SWITCHING;MMBD4148SE,100V,200mA,SO 13 SA
....4 D1 0401-001099 DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148WS,75V,150mA,SOD-3 1 SA
....4 DR01A 0402-001098 DIODE-RECTIFIER;SK34,40V,3A,SMC,TP 1 SA
....4 0403-001164 DIODE-ZENER;MMSZ5232B,5.32-5.88V,500MW,S 1 SA
....4 0403-001783 DIODE-ZENER;BZB84-C6V2,5.8/6.6V,300mW,SO 19 SNA
....4 D0254 0404-001404 DIODE-SCHOTTKY;BAT721C,40V,200mA,SOT-23, 8 SA
....4 T0139 0406-001200 DIODE-TVS;RCLAMP0504F,6/-/-V,150W,SC-70 2 SA
....4 T0139 0406-001271 DIODE-TVS;RCLAMP0524P,6/-/-V,150W,SLP251 8 SNA
....4 Q101 0501-000445 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KTC3875S-Y,NPN,150mW,SOT 9 SA
....4 0501-000669 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KTA1505Y,PNP,150mW,SOT-2 2 SA
....4 CEQ2 0505-000110 FET-SILICON;2N7002,N,60V,115mA,7.5ohm,0. 6 SA
....4 Q409 0505-002386 FET-SILICON;AO3415AL,P,-20V,-4A,0.045ohm 5 SA
....4 IC104 0801-002630 IC-CMOS LOGIC;74AHCT1G08,2-INPUT AND GAT 1 SA
....4 ND51C2 0801-002780 IC-CMOS LOGIC;74LVC1G17,SCHMITT-TRIGGER 1 SA
....4 IC104 0801-003330 IC-CMOS LOGIC;Octal buffer,DQFN,20P,4.5x 7 SA
....4 IC104 0802-001012 IC-CMOS LOGIC;74LCX245,TRANSCEIVER,DQFN, 1 SNA
....4 0903-001663 IC-MICROCOMPUTER;CLM7600,BGA,400P,17x17m 1 SA
....4 0904-002119 IC-I/O SUPPORT CHIP;PCF8574TS,8Bit,SSOP, 1 SA
....4 T0596 0904-002554 IC-USC;AU6256-JBF,QFN,28P,5x5mm,12MHz,TP 1 SA
....4 1001-000164 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX;74HC4052,CMOS,SOP,16 1 SA
....4 IC106 1001-001627 IC-VIDEO SWITCH;SiI9389CTU,TQFP,100P,14x 1 SA
....4 IC112 1103-001310 IC-EEPROM;24LC02B,256X8BIT,SOIC,8P,3.91X 1 SNA
....4 IC112 1103-001385 IC-EEPROM;AT24C256,256Kbit,32Kx8,SOP,8P, 1 SA
....4 1105-002049 IC-DDR2 SDRAM;EM68B16CWPA-25H,DDR2 SDRAM 2 SA
....4 1105-002058 IC-DDR2 SDRAM;K4T1G164QE-HCF8,DDR2,1Gbit 2 SA
....4 1105-002075 IC-DDR2 SDRAM;K4T1G084QE-HCF8,DDR2,1Gbit 4 SA
....4 T0124 1201-002992 IC-POWER AMP;STA369BWS,PSSO,36P,10.3x7.5 2 SA
....4 T0087 1203-002519 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;KIA7809AF,DPAK,3P,240 2 SA
....4 IC012 1203-003544 IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;RT9173BPS,SOP-8,8P,5 1 SA
....4 1203-004363 IC-VOL. DETECTOR;RT9818C-29PV,SOT-23,3P, 1 SA
....4 1203-004364 IC-VOL. DETECTOR;RT9818C-42PV,SOT-23,3P, 1 SA
....4 IC012 1203-004937 IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;MP2000DJ-ADJ-LF-Z,TS 1 SA
....4 1203-005538 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;AOZ1021HAIL,SOP,8P,4. 2 SA
....4 IC012 1203-005756 IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;AP7173-SP,SOP-8L-EP, 2 SA
....4 1203-006012 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;MP8725EL,QFN14,14P,3x 1 SA
....4 1203-006013 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;AOZ1031AI,SO-8,8P,4.9 3 SA
....4 T0087 1203-006109 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;S-1206B33-M3T1G,SOT-2 1 SA

5-4
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 T0087 1203-006130 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;S-1172B25-U5T1G,SOT-8 1 SA


....4 T0087 1203-006135 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;AP1117D-33-GZ-13-89,T 1 SA
....4 T0087 1203-006136 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;AP1117D-18-GZ-13-89,T 1 SA
....4 IC012 1203-006138 IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;AP1117DGZ-13-89,TO-2 3 SA
....4 T0087 1203-006141 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;S-1172B33-U5T1G,SOT-8 2 SA
....4 1203-006167 IC-POSI.FIXED REG.;S-1172B12-U5T1G,SOT-8 1 SA
....4 1204-003056 IC-DEMODULATOR;S5H1432A,TQFN,48P,7x7x0.7 1 SNA
....4 1204-003100 IC-DECODER;SDP92,FCPBGAH,937P,35x35mm,PL 1 SA
....4 IC118 1204-003101 IC-VIDEO PROCESS;SDP94,PBGA,345P,19x19mm 1 SNA
....4 IC118 1204-003128 IC-VIDEO PROCESS;FRC9459S,FBGA,372P,23x2 1 SNA
....4 1205-003479 IC-SWITCH;TPS2051BDBVR,SOT-23,5P,2.9x1.6 1 SA
....4 1205-003733 IC-SWITCH;AP2191MPG-13,MSOP-8L-EP,8P,2.9 2 SA
....4 1205-003735 IC-SWITCH;AP2151WG-7,SOT25,5P,2.9x1.6mm, 1 SA
....4 1205-003834 IC-ETHERNET CONTROLLER;RTL8201E-VC-GR,QF 1 SA
....4 1205-003840 IC-CODEC;WM8595GEFL/RS,QFN,48P,7x7x0.9mm 1 SA
....4 1405-001185 VARISTOR;24Vdc,1.6x0.8x0.36mm,TP 1 SA
....4 1405-001233 VARISTOR;30Vdc,5A,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,TP 16 SA
....4 2007-000039 R-CHIP;0ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
....4 KAR21 2007-000070 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 4 SA
....4 AR30 2007-000074 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 17 SA
....4 AR150 2007-000078 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 FMR4 2007-000080 R-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 3 SNA
....4 MROP1 2007-000090 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 9 SA
....4 MR604 2007-000137 R-CHIP;2Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 10 SNA
....4 R105 2007-000138 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 22 SA
....4 HDR7 2007-000139 R-CHIP;220ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 AR49 2007-000140 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 49 SNA
....4 MR306 2007-000141 R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 R319 2007-000143 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 66 SNA
....4 2007-000146 R-CHIP;6.8Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 R104 2007-000148 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 57 SA
....4 R102 2007-000149 R-CHIP;12Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 AR43 2007-000155 R-CHIP;27Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 MR13 2007-000157 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 11 SNA
....4 DR39 2007-000162 R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 5 SNA
....4 R509 2007-000170 R-CHIP;1Mohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 4 SNA
....4 R111 2007-000171 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 31 SNA
....4 HDR17 2007-000172 R-CHIP;10ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 8 SNA
....4 R338 2007-000173 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 46 SNA
....4 UR23 2007-000174 R-CHIP;47ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SNA
....4 2007-000231 R-CHIP;1.3Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
....4 R1035 2007-000287 R-CHIP;100ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 3 SNA
....4 UR53 2007-000305 R-CHIP;10Mohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
....4 R809 2007-000475 R-CHIP;1Mohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 RT01 2007-000483 R-CHIP;1ohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 2 SNA
....4 HR12 2007-000591 R-CHIP;22ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 3 SNA
....4 2007-000606 R-CHIP;240ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
....4 JR11 2007-000614 R-CHIP;24Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SNA
....4 2007-000633 R-CHIP;270Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 PR2 2007-000651 R-CHIP;27Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 2007-000736 R-CHIP;30Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA

5-5
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 R19 2007-000763 R-CHIP;330ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 3 SNA


....4 R124 2007-000775 R-CHIP;33Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SNA
....4 DR37 2007-000932 R-CHIP;470ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 2007-000946 R-CHIP;47ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 7 SA
....4 S1I0240 2007-001119 R-CHIP;680ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 R509 2007-001179 R-CHIP;8.2Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 R740 2007-001217 R-CHIP;82ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 2007-001285 R-CHIP;5.6ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 4 SA
....4 OTR1 2007-001292 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 26 SNA
....4 DR43 2007-001298 R-CHIP;51ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 MR31 2007-001305 R-CHIP;120ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 CER07 2007-001308 R-CHIP;200ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SNA
....4 2007-001333 R-CHIP;18Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 R1 2007-002425 R-CHIP;1ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SNA
....4 MR316 2007-002796 R-CHIP;510ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 PR24 2007-002970 R-CHIP;56ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 2007-003022 R-CHIP;62ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 17 SNA
....4 2007-007008 R-CHIP;300ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 TR30 2007-007009 R-CHIP;75ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 5 SA
....4 PR8 2007-007015 R-CHIP;13Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 R365 2007-007107 R-CHIP;100Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 6 SNA
....4 2007-007132 R-CHIP;15Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 2007-007134 R-CHIP;39Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SA
....4 2007-007136 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 7 SNA
....4 2007-007137 R-CHIP;1.2Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 2007-007138 R-CHIP;27Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SNA
....4 2007-007139 R-CHIP;47Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 8 SA
....4 DR4 2007-007142 R-CHIP;10Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 10 SNA
....4 2007-007156 R-CHIP;1ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 6 SNA
....4 2007-007197 R-CHIP;3.3ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 2007-007306 R-CHIP;100ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 5 SNA
....4 2007-007316 R-CHIP;3.3Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 2007-007317 R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SA
....4 2007-007318 R-CHIP;1Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 32 SNA
....4 2007-007352 R-CHIP;130Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 2007-007463 R-CHIP;1.1Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 2007-007469 R-CHIP;110ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 HDR44 2007-007470 R-CHIP;7.5Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 WR23 2007-007525 R-CHIP;3.4Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SNA
....4 2007-007617 R-CHIP;2.49Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 2007-007698 R-CHIP;5.1Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 2007-007730 R-CHIP;6.8Mohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 2007-007797 R-CHIP;44.2ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
....4 2007-007947 R-CHIP;36ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 MR11 2007-008015 R-CHIP;75ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 24 SNA
....4 2007-008136 R-CHIP;36Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 2007-008263 R-CHIP;3Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SA
....4 2007-008275 R-CHIP;30Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 2007-008294 R-CHIP;33ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 61 SA
....4 2007-008391 R-CHIP;6.34Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 2007-008811 R-CHIP;1.5ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA

5-6
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 2007-009853 R-CHIP;1.6Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA


....4 MR38 2011-001093 R-NETWORK;100ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,3 1 SA
....4 ZRN10 2011-001261 R-NETWORK;33ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 2 SA
....4 DAR09 2011-001262 R-NETWORK;22ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 34 SA
....4 2011-001264 R-NETWORK;10ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 6 SNA
....4 2011-001345 R-NETWORK;10Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2 2 SA
....4 DRP29 2011-001396 R-NETWORK;4.7Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP, 4 SA
....4 2011-001427 R-NETWORK;0ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2.0 3 SA
....4 2011-001449 R-NETWORK;22ohm,5%,1/16W,L,4P,TP,1010 7 SA
....4 2011-001497 R-NETWORK;470ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,4P,TP,1 1 SNA
....4 2011-001589 R-NETWORK;0ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP-V,4P,TP,1 1 SNA
....4 C24 2203-000041 C-CER,CHIP;.01nF,0.25pF,50V,C0G,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 AC1 2203-000125 C-CER,CHIP;1.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608,- 6 SA
....4 PC43 2203-000233 C-CER,CHIP;0.1nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 12 SA
....4 MC2 2203-000254 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1005 6 SA
....4 C134 2203-000257 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 27 SA
....4 DC54 2203-000278 C-CER,CHIP;.01nF,0.5pF,50V,C0G,TP,1005 6 SA
....4 RC34 2203-000280 C-CER,CHIP;0.01nF,0.5pF,50V,C0G,1608 1 SA
....4 VC4 2203-000357 C-CER,CHIP;0.15nF,5%,50V,C0G,1608 1 SNA
....4 C3 2203-000384 C-CER,CHIP;0.015nF,5%,50V,C0G,1608 2 SNA
....4 DC1 2203-000386 C-CER,CHIP;.015nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 4 SA
....4 MC302 2203-000425 C-CER,CHIP;.018nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 10 SA
....4 C254 2203-000438 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1005 17 SA
....4 C212 2203-000440 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 3 SA
....4 C507 2203-000489 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1005 4 SA
....4 V1233 2203-000575 C-CER,CHIP;220nF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,2012 9 SNA
....4 ZC14 2203-000626 C-CER,CHIP;0.022nF,5%,50V,C0G,1608 2 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-000679 C-CER,CHIP;0.027nF,5%,50V,C0G,1005 3 SA
....4 AD480 2203-000761 C-CER,CHIP;330nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,2012,- 1 SNA
....4 DC25 2203-000812 C-CER,CHIP;.033nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 9 SA
....4 CK40B 2203-000838 C-CER,CHIP;0.39NF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1608 3 SNA
....4 C132 2203-000854 C-CER,CHIP;0.039nF,5%,50V,C0G,1005 4 SA
....4 AAC14 2203-000888 C-CER,CHIP;4.7nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 C263 2203-000972 C-CER,CHIP;47nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 10 SA
....4 AD480 2203-000995 C-CER,CHIP;.047nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 1 SA
....4 AC124 2203-000998 C-CER,CHIP;0.047nF,5%,50V,C0G,1608 4 SNA
....4 HDC5 2203-001072 C-CER,CHIP;0.056nF,5%,50V,NP0,1005 1 SA
....4 KAC5 2203-001126 C-CER,CHIP;0.68nF,10%,50V,X7R,1608 2 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-002285 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,1005 17 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-002525 C-CER,CHIP;0.56nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-002720 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 C711 2203-002982 C-CER,CHIP;6.8nF,10%,50V,X7R,1005 2 SA
....4 DC108 2203-005005 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 27 SC
....4 DC18 2203-005138 C-CER,CHIP;1.8nF,10%,50V,X7R,1005 6 SA
....4 AAC1 2203-005249 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 48 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-005344 C-CER,CHIP;22nF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,1005,- 18 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-005393 C-CER,CHIP;.005nF,0.1pF,50V,NP0,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 PC8 2203-005642 C-CER,CHIP;0.22nF,5%,50V,NP0,1005 1 SNA
....4 C236 2203-005918 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,6.3V,X7R,1608 4 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-005968 C-CER,CHIP;4.7NF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1005 4 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-006039 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,2000V,X7R,3216 2 SA

5-7
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 VC37 2203-006048 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,10V,X7R,TP,1005 15 SA


....4 AD480 2203-006104 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,50V,X7R,3225 3 SA
....4 AD480 2203-006126 C-CER,CHIP;47nF,10%,16V,X7R,1005 1 SNA
....4 PC11 2203-006141 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X5R,1608 6 SNA
....4 C102 2203-006158 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,1005 318 SNA
....4 C510 2203-006170 C-CER,CHIP;220nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 4 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-006307 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,25V,X5R,2012 3 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-006333 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,20%,16V,X5R,TP,3216 4 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-006336 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,25V,X5R,3216 10 SA
....4 C125 2203-006361 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,2012 88 SC
....4 HE4 2203-006474 C-CER,CHIP;22000nF,20%,6.3V,X5R,2012 4 SA
....4 HDC11 2203-006562 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,1005 41 SNA
....4 PC69 2203-006818 C-CER,CHIP;47000nF,20%,6.3V,X5R,3216 1 SA
....4 AD480 2203-006824 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,10V,X5R,1608 6 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-006841 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,1005 1 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-006992 C-CER,CHIP;0.33nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 2 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-007132 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,3216 16 SA
....4 AD480 2203-007176 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,2012 11 SNA
....4 AD480 2203-007233 C-CER,CHIP;22000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,3216 3 SA
....4 AD480 2203-007270 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,1608 19 SNA
....4 2503-001051 C-NETWORK;100nFx4,20%,16V,2012 6 SA
....4 2601-001056 TRANS-SMD,PULSE;350UH,-,1:1,1:1,12.7X6.7 1 SA
....4 T0052 2703-000158 INDUCTOR-SMD;1uH,10%,2012 10 SA
....4 T0052 2703-000222 INDUCTOR-SMD;560nH,10%,2012 3 SA
....4 T0052 2703-000296 INDUCTOR-SMD;680nH,10%,1608 1 SA
....4 VL6 2703-000398 INDUCTOR-SMD;10uH,10%,3225 7 SA
....4 2703-001069 INDUCTOR-SMD;120nH,5%,2012 1 SA
....4 T0052 2703-001239 INDUCTOR-SMD;3.3uH,10%,1608 1 SA
....4 T0052 2703-002238 INDUCTOR-SMD;1UH,5%,2012 2 SNA
....4 T0052 2703-002268 INDUCTOR-SMD;8.2nH,5%,1005 4 SNA
....4 T0052 2703-002332 INDUCTOR-SMD;330nH,5%,1608 1 SA
....4 T0052 2703-002557 INDUCTOR-SMD;270NH,5%,1608 3 SNA
....4 T0052 2703-003150 INDUCTOR-SMD;4.7uH,20%,5050 4 SNA
....4 T0052 2703-003559 INDUCTOR-SMD;4.7uH,20%,8080 2 SNA
....4 T0052 2703-003713 INDUCTOR-SMD;1.5uH,20%,7366 3 SA
....4 T0052 2703-003790 INDUCTOR-SMD;4.7uH,20%,8080 3 SA
....4 X202 2801-003773 CRYSTAL-SMD;12MHz,30ppm,28-AAN,20pF,50oh 1 SA
....4 X202 2801-003954 CRYSTAL-SMD;27MHz,30ppm,28-AAN,16pF,50oh 1 SA
....4 X202 2801-004008 CRYSTAL-SMD;24MHz,20ppm,28-AAN,12pF,30oh 1 SA
....4 X202 2801-004629 CRYSTAL-SMD;27MHz,20ppm,12pF,50ohm,TP 1 SNA
....4 X202 2801-004688 CRYSTAL-SMD;0.032768MHz,20ppm,1.9pF,6500 1 SNA
....4 X202 2801-004734 CRYSTAL-SMD;25.000000MHz,20ppm,28-AAN,12 1 SA
....4 X202 2801-004774 CRYSTAL-SMD;24MHz,30ppm,14pF,30ohm,TP 2 SA
....4 X202 2801-004775 CRYSTAL-SMD;12MHz,30ppm,16pF,30ohm,TP 1 SNA
....4 X202 2801-004868 CRYSTAL-SMD;12MHz,50ppm,8pF,100ohm,TP 1 SA
....4 2804-001878 OSCILLATOR-CLOCK;49.152MHz,50ppm,10TTL/1 1 SA
....4 XU25 2806-001308 OSCILLATOR-VCXO;27MHZ,-,30PF,TP,3.3V,50M 1 SA
....4 F103 2901-001302 FILTER-EMI SMD;20V,0.3A,0pF,2.0x1.2x1.3m 4 SA
....4 DR32 3301-000314 BEAD-SMD;120ohm,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,-,-,- 2 SNA
....4 L2011 3301-001145 BEAD-SMD;60ohm,4516,TP,70ohm/45MHz,82ohm 1 SNA
....4 T0568 3301-001236 BEAD-SMD;60ohm,1608 9 SNA

5-8
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 T0568 3301-001404 BEAD-SMD;30ohm,2012,TP,15.9OHM/30MHz 57 SA


....4 T0568 3301-002039 BEAD-SMD;26ohm,1608,TP 28 SA
....4 T0313 3404-001209 SWITCH-TACT;12VDC,50mA,250gf,4.5x4.5x1.5 2 SA
....4 3701-001293 CONNECTOR-HDMI;19P,2R,FEMALE,SMD-A,AU 4 SA
....4 AC510 3708-002777 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;82P,0.5mm/0.75mm,S 1 SA
....4 3709-001624 CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE;68P,2.1mm,ANGLE,NI+S 1 SA
....4 3710-002276 SOCKET-INTERFACE;24P,1R,0.5mm,SMD-A,AU,B 1 SA
....4 3710-002628 SOCKET-INTERFACE;18P,1R,0.5mm,SMD-A,NI 1 SNA
....4 HB01A 3711-005499 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,8P,1R,1.25mm,S 4 SA
....4 HB01A 3711-005509 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,4P,1R,1.25mm,S 1 SA
....4 HB01A 3711-005543 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,6P,1R,1.25mm,S 1 SA
....4 CN906 3711-007346 CONNECTOR-HEADER;BOX,18P,1R,0.6mm,SMD-A, 1 SA
....4 EH01 3711-007465 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,30P,1R,1.25mm, 1 SNA
....4 JA330 3722-002844 JACK-PHONE;1/7P,NI,LAUREL-GREEN,ANGLE 1 SA
....4 JA330 3722-002845 JACK-PHONE;1/7P,NI,YELLOW,ANGLE 1 SA
....4 JA330 3722-002846 JACK-PHONE;1/6,NI,BLACK,ANGLE 1 SNA
....4 3722-003044 JACK-USB;4P/1C,NI,BLK,SMD-A,A-TYPE 2 SA
....4 ET01 BN40-00191A TUNER;DTOS30CVH081A,DTOS30CVH081A,DVB-T 2 SA
....4 BN59-00956B MODULE;TFQ-9SD12,TFQ-9SD12,1IN/2OUT,50~1 1 SNA
....4 BN97-04240A ASSY MICOM;T-VALCPLD-0010,2010.04.28 1 SNA
.....5 1301-001969 IC-CPLD;EPM240T100C4N,TQFP,100P,16x16mm, 1 SNA
....4 BN97-04657A ASSY MICOM;SEC,U51A,2010-04-12,T-FRCS,11 1 SNA
.....5 IC112 1103-001441 IC-EEPROM;24C1024,1Mbit,128Kx8,SOP,8P,4. 1 SA
....4 BN97-04659A ASSY MICOM;SEC,U51A,2010-04-12,T-VAL9DEU 1 SNA
.....5 1107-001868 IC-NAND FLASH;KFG8GH6U4M-AIB6,1GByte,512 1 SNA
....4 BN97-04660A ASSY MICOM;SEC,U51A,2010-04-12,T-VALDEUS 1 SNA
.....5 IC520 0903-001651 IC-MICROCONTROLLER;61P802-RG480WT,LQFP,4 1 SNA
....4 AD12 0407-000123 DIODE-SWITCHING;DAN202K,80V,100mA,SOT-23 1 SA
....4 BN41-01529B PCB MAIN;UC9Z,FR-4,6,1.2,310*138,U51A 1 SNA
....4 1203-006142 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;BD8924G,5P,2.9x1.6x1. 1 SA
....4 J914 2007-000029 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 1 SC
....4 2703-003891 INDUCTOR-SMD;47uH,20%,6060 1 SA
....4 1209-001978 IC-SYNTHESIZER;ICS451,SOIC,8P,4.9x3.9mm, 1 SA
....4 PR27 2007-000144 R-CHIP;5.1Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 5 SA
...3 EC20 BN39-01222B CBF COAXIAL CABLE;UA55C9000ZR,MINI PHONE 1 SA
...3 EC20 BN39-01222C CBF COAXIAL CABLE;UE46C9000Z,MINI PHONE 1 SNA
...3 T0066 BN62-00071A HEAT SINK-ES;22*22*2.5,Ceramic,T2.6,TAPE 2 SNA
...3 BN62-00094A HEAT SINK-CERAMIC;30*30*2.6,Ceramic,T2.6 3 SNA
..2 M0015 BN94-03610B ASSY PCB MISC-MAIN BOX SECOND;UN55C9000Z 1 SA
...3 0202-001463 SOLDER-WIRE;LFC2-W3.0,-,D3,99.79Sn/0.2Cu 0.64 SNA
...3 0202-001608 SOLDER-WIRE FLUX;LFC7-107,D0.8,99.3Sn/0. 0.003 SNA
...3 0204-002420 SOLVENT;1M-1000,C3H70H,96 1.16 SNA
...3 0204-002607 FLUX;DF-234U,13%,14KG,Gravity 0.82 0.757 SNA
...3 JA330 3722-002846 JACK-PHONE;1/6,NI,BLACK,ANGLE 1 SNA
...3 BN97-04418B ASSY SMD;UN55C9000ZF,BN94-03610B 1 SNA
....4 0202-001477 SOLDER-CREAM;LST309-M,D20~45um,96.5Sn/3A 0.379 SNA
....4 1006-001440 IC-LINE RECEIVER;THC63LVD1027,TSSOP,64P, 1 SNA
....4 CER04 2007-000084 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 R512 2007-000107 R-CHIP;470Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
....4 HDR17 2007-000172 R-CHIP;10ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 24 SNA
....4 R1035 2007-000287 R-CHIP;100ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 12 SNA

5-9
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 AR61 2007-000869 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA


....4 C134 2203-000257 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 4 SA
....4 PPC2 2203-005148 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,TP,1608 7 SNA
....4 AAC1 2203-005249 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 1 SNA
....4 C125 2203-006361 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,2012 4 SC
....4 T0568 3301-001404 BEAD-SMD;30ohm,2012,TP,15.9OHM/30MHz 5 SA
....4 AC510 3708-002777 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;82P,0.5mm/0.75mm,S 1 SA
....4 3710-003267 CONNECTOR-SOCKET;144P,2R,0.5mm,SMD-S,AU/ 1 SA
....4 HB01A 3711-005509 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,4P,1R,1.25mm,S 1 SA
....4 EH01 3711-007477 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;B0X,22P,1R,1.25mm, 1 SA
....4 BN41-01434B PCB MAIN-SECOND;UC9000,FR-4,4,1.2,118*68 1 SNA
0.1 BN92-06044A ASSY LABEL;UE46C9000ZWXXC 1 SNA
..2 BN68-02974A LABEL RATING;WW,PET,T0.05,15,340,LED TV 1 SNA
0.1 BN92-06086B ASSY BOX;UC9000 46,EO 1 SNA
..2 BH68-00662A LABEL BOX-00;ALL MODEL,MOJO 90G,60,110,W 1 SNA
..2 BN69-04949A BOX-SET,IN;46UC9000,CB,C-01,DW1, YEL,W16 1 SNA
..2 BN69-04950C BOX-01,SET OUT;46UC9000,CB,C-03,DW3, YEL 1 SNA
..2 BH68-00672C LABEL SERIAL-00;ALL MODEL,ART PAPER 90G, 1 SNA
0.1 ACCE1 BN92-06599A ASSY ACCESSORY;UE46C9005ZWXXE 1 SNA
..2 BN96-13999Z ASSY ACCESSORY-MANUAL/CABEL;UE46C9005ZWX 1 SNA
...3 AA68-03242V MANUAL FLYER-SAFETY GUIDE;comm,Samsung,1 1 SNA
...3 M0114 BN39-01154C CBF SIGNAL;Chelsea Slim, STEREO Plug to 1 SA
...3 M0114 BN39-01154F CBF SIGNAL;UE40B7000WWXXC,24P/20P,30AWG, 1 SA
...3 M0114 BN39-01154H CBF SIGNAL;UE40B7000WWXXC,RCA 3PIN,30AWG 1 SA
...3 EC03 BN39-01154J CBF SIGNAL;UE40C7700WSXZG,18P,UL20276,11 1 SA
...3 BN39-01154L CBF SIGNAL-LAN GENDER;UE40C7700WSXZG,18P 1 SA
...3 BN39-01154M CBF SIGNAL-OPTICAL GENDER;UE40C7700WSXZG 1 SA
...3 BN39-01154R CBF SIGNAL-USB GENDER;UN46C90000ZFXZA,4P 1 SA
...3 T0074 BN59-00802A REMOCON;TM94,5,KOREA,BLUE,43.7g 1 SA
...3 M9889 BN63-01798B CLOTH-CLEAN;cloth,180,200,sea blue,ToC 1 SNA
...3 T0527 BN68-00513A LABEL-E,PASS;ALL MODEL,YUPO(110G),50X15, 1 SNA
...3 BN68-00514E MANUAL FLYER-05,WARRANTY CARD;comm,Samsu 1 SNA
...3 BN68-02186A MANUAL FLYER-TOC GUIDE;COMM,SAMSUNG,11 L 1 SNA
...3 BN68-02820C MANUAL USERS;C9000,SAMSUNG,5LANGS,XE,W/P 1 SNA
...3 BN69-05208A PAD-01,TYPE;UC9000_ACC,CB,W492,L500,SW,E 1 SNA
...3 BN69-05209A BOX-01,SET;9000_ACC_BOX-SET,CB,NON-STAND 1 SNA
...3 BN69-05305A CUSHION-BLISTER;UC9000 ACCESSORY,PET,CLE 1 SNA
...3 BN96-14632A ASSY HOLDER P-WIRE;UC9000,55 1 SNA
....4 BAG 6902-000031 BAG ZIPPER;LDPE,T0.05,W80,L160,TRP,0,0,4 1 SNA
....4 M0114 BN61-05373A HOLDER-WIRE;LB7000 46,NYRON 4 SNA
...3 BN96-15334A ASSY MISC P-RMC30C1;UC9000,RMC30C1 1 SNA
....4 BN90-02801C ASSY COVER FRONT;UC9000,DUAL TV,EO,SO 1 SNA
.....5 BN59-01060A TOUCH SCREEN;TSP REV 0.2 1 SNA
.....5 BN63-06546A COVER-FRONT BOTTOM;DUAL TV,acryl,1 1 SNA
.....5 F001 BN63-06547A COVER-FRONT;DUAL TV,PC,PC TRIREX 3020FG 1 SNA
......6 T0254 BN60-00113A FASTENER-PEM NUT;PAPYRUS,SUM24L,M1.4,10. 5 SNA
.....5 BN63-07088A SHEET-PANEL;DUAL TV,PORON TAPE,0.3mm 1 SNA
.....5 FK08 BN64-01272A KNOB-POWER;Dual TV,PC,3.5 1 SNA
.....5 BN64-01273A INLAY-SPEAKER;DUAL TV,PC,1,D0.3 , PC She 1 SNA
.....5 BN74-00105A TAPE-CELLULOSE;DUAL TV,0.05t 1 SNA
.....5 BN74-00106A TAPE-ETC;DUAL TV,17 X 3.5 X 0.4t 1 SNA

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5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

.....5 SP01A BN96-12068C ASSY SPEAKER P;8ohm,2pin,0.7W,30mm,Unit 1 SA


.....5 DM02A BN96-13699A ASSY MISC P-MOTOR;UN55C90002FX2A,VIBRATI 1 SA
.....5 FB05A BN96-14064A ASSY BOARD P;UN55C90002FX2A,SJ10-01-002A 1 SA
.....5 FC01A BN96-14839C ASSY COVER P-KEY PAD;Dual TV,EO,PC, Rubb 1 SNA
......6 BN64-01274C INLAY-COVER;DUAL TV,EO,PC,1,PC Sheet 1 SNA
......6 BN64-01296A KNOB-MASTER;DUAL TV,ABS,1.6T,D6.5,NATURE 1 SNA
......6 FK02 BN64-01466A KNOB-CONTROL;DUAL TV,PC 1 SNA
......6 BN73-00256A RUBBER-KEY PAD;dual tv,RUBBER 1 SNA
....4 BN90-02802B ASSY COVER FRONT-MIDDLE;UC9000,DUAL TV,L 1 SNA
.....5 FC05 BN63-06548A COVER-JACK;DUAL TV,PC,1,PC+Rubber 1 SNA
.....5 R002A BN63-06550A COVER-MIDDLE;DUAL TV,PC,1 1 SNA
.....5 FW04 BN64-01275A WINDOW-RMC;dual tv,PC 1 SNA
.....5 AW129 BN64-01276A WINDOW-REAR;dual tv,PC 1 SNA
.....5 BN68-03028C LABEL-STICKER;WW,T0.05,35,25 1 SNA
.....5 BN63-07266A SHIELD-MAIN;DUAL TV,PCM,0.5T 1 SNA
....4 BN91-05551A ASSY SHIELD;RMC30C1/ZA 1 SNA
.....5 0203-005485 TAPE-CONDUCTIVE;ID-C01,COPPER,T0.07,W51, 1 SNA
.....5 6001-001645 SCREW-MACHINE;PH,+,M1.4,L5,ZPC(BLK),SWRC 5 SNA
.....5 R001 BN63-06549A COVER-REAR;DUAL TV,PC,1 1 SA
.....5 BN63-07286A GASKET;RMC30C1,conductive fabric,2mm,7mm 1 SNA
.....5 BN63-07287A GASKET;RMC30C1,conductive fabric,0.13mm, 1 SNA
.....5 BN73-00277A SILICON/RUBBER;UN55C90002FX2A,HIGH ROAD 1 SNA
.....5 BN73-00278A SILICON/RUBBER;UN55C90002FX2A,GAPPAD1500 1 SNA
.....5 AT050 BN74-00104A TAPE GASK;RMC30C1,IDA-N-0.25-40-70-A1-S, 1 SNA
.....5 EU02A BN96-13488A ASSY USB P-WIRELESS;WLU6180-D99,4,USB 2. 1 SA
....4 M0017 BN91-05553A ASSY CHASSIS;RMC30C1/XC 1 SNA
.....5 M0014 BN94-03671B ASSY PCB MISC-MAIN;RMC30C1/XC 1 SNA
......6 0202-001608 SOLDER-WIRE FLUX;LFC7-107,D0.8,99.3Sn/0. 0.5 SNA
......6 LD1 0601-000519 LED-IR;ROUND,5mm,170mW,4V,950nm,TP 1 SNA
......6 6902-000012 BAG AIR CAP;LDPE,T0.03,W130,L130,TRP,1.1 1 SNA
......6 BN97-04332B ASSY SMD;RMC30C1/XC,BN94-03671B 1 SNA
.......7 0202-001477 SOLDER-CREAM;LST309-M,D20~45um,96.5Sn/3A 1.5 SNA
.......7 D0254 0402-001207 DIODE-SCHOTTKY;UPS5819,40V,1000mA,DO-216 2 SA
.......7 0403-001164 DIODE-ZENER;MMSZ5232B,5.32-5.88V,500MW,S 1 SA
.......7 Q613 0501-000465 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;MMBT3904,NPN,350mW,SOT-2 3 SA
.......7 0501-000470 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KST4403L,PNP,350MW,SOT-2 2 SA
.......7 Q409 0505-002386 FET-SILICON;AO3415AL,P,-20V,-4A,0.045ohm 4 SA
.......7 0505-002605 FET-SILICON;AO3420L,N,20V,6A,0.024ohm,1. 1 SA
.......7 0903-001633 IC-MICROCONTROLLER;ATMXT224-CU,VFBGA,49P 1 SA
.......7 0903-001663 IC-MICROCOMPUTER;CLM7600,BGA,400P,17x17m 1 SA
.......7 IC112 1103-001385 IC-EEPROM;AT24C256,256Kbit,32Kx8,SOP,8P, 1 SA
.......7 1105-001859 IC-DDR2 SDRAM;K4T1G164QD-ZCE7,DDR2,1Gbit 1 SA
.......7 1201-002400 IC-AUDIO AMP;WM8956GEFL/RV,QFN,32P,5x5mm 1 SA
.......7 1203-003615 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;MP1541DJ,TSOT-23,5P,2 1 SNA
.......7 T0086 1203-004131 IC-PWM CONTROLLER;MP2109DQ,QFN,10P,3x3mm 1 SA
.......7 1203-005267 IC-VOL. DETECTOR;KIA7027,TSM,3P,PLASTIC, 1 SA
.......7 1203-005342 IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;MP8904DD,QFN,8P,2x3m 1 SA
.......7 1203-005923 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;TPS63031DSKR,QFN,10P, 2 SA
.......7 1203-006245 IC-VOL. DETECTOR;KIA7033AT,TSM,3P,2.9x1. 1 SA
.......7 1203-006256 IC-MULTI REG.;MP20041,TQFN8,8P,2.0x2.0mm 1 SA
.......7 1203-006257 IC-BACKLIGHT DRIVER;MP3304CDD-LF-Z,QFN,8 1 SA

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5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

.......7 1205-003735 IC-SWITCH;AP2151WG-7,SOT25,5P,2.9x1.6mm, 1 SA


.......7 IS01 1209-001961 IC-SENSOR;KXTE9-2058,LGA,10P,3x3x0.9 mm, 1 SA
.......7 1405-001233 VARISTOR;30Vdc,5A,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,TP 10 SA
.......7 2007-000039 R-CHIP;0ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 3 SA
.......7 PR4 2007-000052 R-CHIP;10Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 R104 2007-000063 R-CHIP;150Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 KAR21 2007-000070 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 AR150 2007-000078 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 MROP1 2007-000090 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 ARR2 2007-000102 R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 R105 2007-000138 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 4 SA
.......7 MR306 2007-000141 R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 R104 2007-000148 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 52 SA
.......7 MR13 2007-000157 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 DR39 2007-000162 R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 6 SNA
.......7 MR16 2007-000168 R-CHIP;470Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SNA
.......7 R111 2007-000171 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 5 SNA
.......7 HDR17 2007-000172 R-CHIP;10ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 R338 2007-000173 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 97 SNA
.......7 UR53 2007-000305 R-CHIP;10Mohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 R809 2007-000475 R-CHIP;1Mohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 2007-000816 R-CHIP;390Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SNA
.......7 AR61 2007-000869 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 OTR1 2007-001292 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 6 SNA
.......7 2007-007008 R-CHIP;300ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 R365 2007-007107 R-CHIP;100Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007136 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007139 R-CHIP;47Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 4 SA
.......7 DR4 2007-007142 R-CHIP;10Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
.......7 2007-007156 R-CHIP;1ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007306 R-CHIP;100ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007318 R-CHIP;1Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007352 R-CHIP;130Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 WR23 2007-007525 R-CHIP;3.4Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SNA
.......7 2007-007720 R-CHIP;300Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 2007-008136 R-CHIP;36Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
.......7 2007-008294 R-CHIP;33ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SA
.......7 2007-008332 R-CHIP;11.5Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
.......7 2007-009117 R-CHIP;49.9Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
.......7 ZRN10 2011-001261 R-NETWORK;33ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 2 SA
.......7 DAR09 2011-001262 R-NETWORK;22ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 4 SA
.......7 2011-001506 R-NETWORK;10Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,4P,TP,1 1 SNA
.......7 2011-001527 R-NETWORK;4.7Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,4P,TP, 4 SNA
.......7 2011-001586 R-NETWORK;1Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP-V,4P,TP, 1 SNA
.......7 RC34 2203-000280 C-CER,CHIP;0.01nF,0.5pF,50V,C0G,1608 1 SA
.......7 DC1 2203-000386 C-CER,CHIP;.015nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 2 SA
.......7 MC302 2203-000425 C-CER,CHIP;.018nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 2 SA
.......7 C212 2203-000440 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 AD480 2203-001412 C-CER,CHIP;0.03nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,1005 2 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-002285 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,1005 1 SNA
.......7 DC108 2203-005005 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 7 SC

5-12
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

.......7 VC37 2203-006048 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,10V,X7R,TP,1005 2 SA


.......7 PC11 2203-006141 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X5R,1608 4 SNA
.......7 C102 2203-006158 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,1005 69 SNA
.......7 C510 2203-006170 C-CER,CHIP;220nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 1 SNA
.......7 JC10 2203-006324 C-CER,CHIP;2200nF,10%,10V,X5R,1608 2 SA
.......7 C125 2203-006361 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,2012 2 SC
.......7 AD480 2203-006377 C-CER,CHIP;4700NF,10%,25V,X5R,-,2012 2 SNA
.......7 C234 2203-006378 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,6.3V,X5R,TP,1608 5 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-006427 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,2012 2 SA
.......7 AD480 2203-006460 C-CER,CHIP;2200nF,10%,16V,X5R,1608 3 SA
.......7 HE4 2203-006474 C-CER,CHIP;22000nF,20%,6.3V,X5R,2012 4 SA
.......7 AD480 2203-006698 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,25V,X7R,1608 1 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-006824 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,10V,X5R,1608 6 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-006841 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,1005 3 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-007176 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,2012 1 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-007270 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,1608 28 SNA
.......7 2409-001123 C-POLYMER ,LEAD;10uF,20%,6.3V,WT,TP,2012 1 SA
.......7 T0052 2703-003297 INDUCTOR-SMD;4.7uH,20%,2520 1 SA
.......7 2703-003343 INDUCTOR-SMD;2.2uH,20%,2520 5 SNA
.......7 X202 2801-004688 CRYSTAL-SMD;0.032768MHz,20ppm,1.9pF,6500 1 SNA
.......7 X202 2801-004868 CRYSTAL-SMD;12MHz,50ppm,8pF,100ohm,TP 1 SA
.......7 2801-004922 CRYSTAL-SMD;8MHz,30ppm,4P SMD,18pF,100oh 1 SA
.......7 T0568 3301-001404 BEAD-SMD;30ohm,2012,TP,15.9OHM/30MHz 41 SA
.......7 T0568 3301-001594 BEAD-SMD;90ohm,2.0*1.2*1.3mm,TP,-,- 1 SNA
.......7 T0568 3301-002039 BEAD-SMD;26ohm,1608,TP 2 SA
.......7 T0313 3404-001209 SWITCH-TACT;12VDC,50mA,250gf,4.5x4.5x1.5 1 SA
.......7 CN1 3708-002193 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;50P,0.5mm,SMD-A,AU 1 SA
.......7 3708-002821 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;41P,0.3mm,SMD-A,AU 1 SA
.......7 3708-002830 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;5P,0.5mm,SMD-A,AU, 1 SA
.......7 3708-002831 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;29P,0.3mm,SMD-A,AU 1 SA
.......7 3710-002801 CONNECTOR-SOCKET;20P,1R,0.3mm,SMD-A,Au,B 1 SNA
.......7 3710-003262 SOCKET-BOARD TO BOARD;30P,2R,0.5mm,SMD-S 1 SA
.......7 3711-006710 HEADER-BATTERY;BOX,3P,3R,2.5mm,SMD-S,AU, 1 SNA
.......7 BN13-00038A PLD;S3F80JB,44 1 SNA
.......7 BN41-01442A PCB MAIN;UN55C90002FX2A,FR-4,6,52mm x 92 1 SNA
.......7 BN97-04367B ASSY MICOM;KFG1G16U2C-DIB6,N99A,2010.03. 1 SNA
........8 1107-001818 IC-NAND FLASH;KFG1G16U2C-DIB6,1024Mbit,6 1 SNA
.......7 ER19 2007-002899 R-CHIP;10ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 C507 2203-000489 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1005 1 SA
......6 BN97-04364A ASSY MICOM;KFG1G16U2C-DIB6,N99A,2010.1.2 1 SNA
.......7 BN46-00024A KEY CODE;UN55B9000XF,DCP,LICENSE HDCP 2. 1 SNA
....4 BN91-05592A ASSY LCD;BN07-00879A 1 SNA
.....5 PANEL BN07-00879A LCD-PANEL;A030DN01,6bit,2.95,262K,4:1,62 1 SNA
....4 ACCE1 BN92-06172F ASSY ACCESSORY;RMC30C1/XE 1 SNA
.....5 4302-001243 BATTERY-LI(2ND);3.8V,1300mAH,H,4.2V,650m 1 SA
.....5 P001A BN44-00382D DC VSS(A);ATADU19EBE,UC9000,110/230V,50/ 1 SA
.....5 FL06 BN96-14044A ASSY CABLE P;UN55C90002FX2A,CB20U65A,500 1 SA
.....5 ACCE4 BN96-14786L ASSY ACCESSORY-MANUAL;RMC30C1/XE 1 SNA
......6 6902-001221 BAG PE;LDPE,T0.05,W120,L200,TRP,RECYCLE 1 SNA
......6 BN68-03071C MANUAL USERS-3" TOUCH REMOTE;C9000,SAMSU 1 SNA
....4 BN92-06174A ASSY LABEL;RMC30C1/ZA 1 SNA

5-13
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

.....5 BN68-01316D LABEL RATING;WW,PET,T0.05,58,25 1 SNA


....4 BN92-06210A ASSY P/MATERIAL;UC9000,REMOCON 1 SNA
.....5 T0524 6902-000022 BAG PE;LDPE,T0.08,W90,L250,TRP,2.100g 1 SNA
.....5 BN69-04825A CUSHION-BLISTER;Dual TV 3",PET 1 SNA
.....5 BN74-00008D TAPE-OPP MASKING;OPP,T0.05,W75,L800M,CLR 1.07 SNA
....4 BN92-06211A ASSY BOX;UC9000,REMOCON 1 SNA
.....5 T0527 BN68-00134L LABEL-BOX,01;ALL MODEL,MOJO 90G,120X90,W 1 SNA
.....5 BN69-04853A BOX-MASTER;DUAL TV 3",CB,A-01,SW2, YEL,W 1 SNA
....4 BN96-14970C ASSY MISC P-MEDIA PLAYER-SVC;UC9000,MEDI 1 SNA
.....5 FB05A BN96-14064A ASSY BOARD P;UN55C90002FX2A,SJ10-01-002A 1 SA
.....5 BN96-14971C ASSY COVER P-FRONT-SVC;UC9000,DUAL TV,EO 1 SA
......6 0203-005485 TAPE-CONDUCTIVE;ID-C01,COPPER,T0.07,W51, 1 SNA
......6 PANEL BN07-00879A LCD-PANEL;A030DN01,6bit,2.95,262K,4:1,62 1 SNA
......6 BN59-01060A TOUCH SCREEN;TSP REV 0.2 1 SNA
......6 BN63-06546A COVER-FRONT BOTTOM;DUAL TV,acryl,1 1 SNA
......6 F001 BN63-06547A COVER-FRONT;DUAL TV,PC,PC TRIREX 3020FG 1 SNA
.......7 T0254 BN60-00113A FASTENER-PEM NUT;PAPYRUS,SUM24L,M1.4,10. 5 SNA
......6 BN63-07088A SHEET-PANEL;DUAL TV,PORON TAPE,0.3mm 1 SNA
......6 FK08 BN64-01272A KNOB-POWER;Dual TV,PC,3.5 1 SNA
......6 BN64-01273A INLAY-SPEAKER;DUAL TV,PC,1,D0.3 , PC She 1 SNA
......6 BN74-00105A TAPE-CELLULOSE;DUAL TV,0.05t 1 SNA
......6 BN74-00106A TAPE-ETC;DUAL TV,17 X 3.5 X 0.4t 1 SNA
......6 SP01A BN96-12068C ASSY SPEAKER P;8ohm,2pin,0.7W,30mm,Unit 1 SA
......6 DM02A BN96-13699A ASSY MISC P-MOTOR;UN55C90002FX2A,VIBRATI 1 SA
......6 FC01A BN96-14839C ASSY COVER P-KEY PAD;Dual TV,EO,PC, Rubb 1 SNA
.......7 BN64-01274C INLAY-COVER;DUAL TV,EO,PC,1,PC Sheet 1 SNA
.......7 BN64-01296A KNOB-MASTER;DUAL TV,ABS,1.6T,D6.5,NATURE 1 SNA
.......7 FK02 BN64-01466A KNOB-CONTROL;DUAL TV,PC 1 SNA
.......7 BN73-00256A RUBBER-KEY PAD;dual tv,RUBBER 1 SNA
.....5 R002A BN96-14972B ASSY COVER P-MIDDLE;UC9000,DUAL TV,LABEL 1 SA
......6 FC05 BN63-06548A COVER-JACK;DUAL TV,PC,1,PC+Rubber 1 SNA
......6 R001 BN63-06549A COVER-REAR;DUAL TV,PC,1 1 SA
......6 R002A BN63-06550A COVER-MIDDLE;DUAL TV,PC,1 1 SNA
......6 FW04 BN64-01275A WINDOW-RMC;dual tv,PC 1 SNA
......6 AW129 BN64-01276A WINDOW-REAR;dual tv,PC 1 SNA
......6 BN68-03028C LABEL-STICKER;WW,T0.05,35,25 1 SNA
......6 BN63-07266A SHIELD-MAIN;DUAL TV,PCM,0.5T 1 SNA
....4 BN96-15277B ASSY MISC P-MAIN-SVC;RMC30C1-Main,EO 1 SA
.....5 M0014 BN94-03671B ASSY PCB MISC-MAIN;RMC30C1/XC 1 SNA
......6 0202-001608 SOLDER-WIRE FLUX;LFC7-107,D0.8,99.3Sn/0. 0.5 SNA
......6 LD1 0601-000519 LED-IR;ROUND,5mm,170mW,4V,950nm,TP 1 SNA
......6 6902-000012 BAG AIR CAP;LDPE,T0.03,W130,L130,TRP,1.1 1 SNA
......6 BN97-04332B ASSY SMD;RMC30C1/XC,BN94-03671B 1 SNA
.......7 0202-001477 SOLDER-CREAM;LST309-M,D20~45um,96.5Sn/3A 1.5 SNA
.......7 D0254 0402-001207 DIODE-SCHOTTKY;UPS5819,40V,1000mA,DO-216 2 SA
.......7 0403-001164 DIODE-ZENER;MMSZ5232B,5.32-5.88V,500MW,S 1 SA
.......7 Q613 0501-000465 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;MMBT3904,NPN,350mW,SOT-2 3 SA
.......7 0501-000470 TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KST4403L,PNP,350MW,SOT-2 2 SA
.......7 Q409 0505-002386 FET-SILICON;AO3415AL,P,-20V,-4A,0.045ohm 4 SA
.......7 0505-002605 FET-SILICON;AO3420L,N,20V,6A,0.024ohm,1. 1 SA
.......7 0903-001633 IC-MICROCONTROLLER;ATMXT224-CU,VFBGA,49P 1 SA

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5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

.......7 0903-001663 IC-MICROCOMPUTER;CLM7600,BGA,400P,17x17m 1 SA


.......7 IC112 1103-001385 IC-EEPROM;AT24C256,256Kbit,32Kx8,SOP,8P, 1 SA
.......7 1105-001859 IC-DDR2 SDRAM;K4T1G164QD-ZCE7,DDR2,1Gbit 1 SA
.......7 1201-002400 IC-AUDIO AMP;WM8956GEFL/RV,QFN,32P,5x5mm 1 SA
.......7 1203-003615 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;MP1541DJ,TSOT-23,5P,2 1 SNA
.......7 T0086 1203-004131 IC-PWM CONTROLLER;MP2109DQ,QFN,10P,3x3mm 1 SA
.......7 1203-005267 IC-VOL. DETECTOR;KIA7027,TSM,3P,PLASTIC, 1 SA
.......7 1203-005342 IC-POSI.ADJUST REG.;MP8904DD,QFN,8P,2x3m 1 SA
.......7 1203-005923 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER;TPS63031DSKR,QFN,10P, 2 SA
.......7 1203-006245 IC-VOL. DETECTOR;KIA7033AT,TSM,3P,2.9x1. 1 SA
.......7 1203-006256 IC-MULTI REG.;MP20041,TQFN8,8P,2.0x2.0mm 1 SA
.......7 1203-006257 IC-BACKLIGHT DRIVER;MP3304CDD-LF-Z,QFN,8 1 SA
.......7 1205-003735 IC-SWITCH;AP2151WG-7,SOT25,5P,2.9x1.6mm, 1 SA
.......7 IS01 1209-001961 IC-SENSOR;KXTE9-2058,LGA,10P,3x3x0.9 mm, 1 SA
.......7 1405-001233 VARISTOR;30Vdc,5A,1.6x0.8x0.8mm,TP 10 SA
.......7 2007-000039 R-CHIP;0ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 3 SA
.......7 PR4 2007-000052 R-CHIP;10Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 R104 2007-000063 R-CHIP;150Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 KAR21 2007-000070 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 AR150 2007-000078 R-CHIP;1Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 MROP1 2007-000090 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 ARR2 2007-000102 R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 R105 2007-000138 R-CHIP;100ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 4 SA
.......7 MR306 2007-000141 R-CHIP;2.2Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 R104 2007-000148 R-CHIP;10Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 52 SA
.......7 MR13 2007-000157 R-CHIP;47Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 DR39 2007-000162 R-CHIP;100Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 6 SNA
.......7 MR16 2007-000168 R-CHIP;470Kohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SNA
.......7 R111 2007-000171 R-CHIP;0ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 5 SNA
.......7 HDR17 2007-000172 R-CHIP;10ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 R338 2007-000173 R-CHIP;22ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 97 SNA
.......7 UR53 2007-000305 R-CHIP;10Mohm,5%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 R809 2007-000475 R-CHIP;1Mohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 2007-000816 R-CHIP;390Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SNA
.......7 AR61 2007-000869 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 OTR1 2007-001292 R-CHIP;33ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 6 SNA
.......7 2007-007008 R-CHIP;300ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 R365 2007-007107 R-CHIP;100Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007136 R-CHIP;4.7Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007139 R-CHIP;47Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 4 SA
.......7 DR4 2007-007142 R-CHIP;10Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 2 SNA
.......7 2007-007156 R-CHIP;1ohm,5%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007306 R-CHIP;100ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007318 R-CHIP;1Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SNA
.......7 2007-007352 R-CHIP;130Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 WR23 2007-007525 R-CHIP;3.4Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SNA
.......7 2007-007720 R-CHIP;300Kohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 1 SA
.......7 2007-008136 R-CHIP;36Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
.......7 2007-008294 R-CHIP;33ohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 3 SA
.......7 2007-008332 R-CHIP;11.5Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA
.......7 2007-009117 R-CHIP;49.9Kohm,1%,1/16W,TP,1005 1 SA

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5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

.......7 ZRN10 2011-001261 R-NETWORK;33ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 2 SA


.......7 DAR09 2011-001262 R-NETWORK;22ohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,8P,TP,2. 4 SA
.......7 2011-001506 R-NETWORK;10Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,4P,TP,1 1 SNA
.......7 2011-001527 R-NETWORK;4.7Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP,4P,TP, 4 SNA
.......7 2011-001586 R-NETWORK;1Kohm,5%,1/16W,L,CHIP-V,4P,TP, 1 SNA
.......7 RC34 2203-000280 C-CER,CHIP;0.01nF,0.5pF,50V,C0G,1608 1 SA
.......7 DC1 2203-000386 C-CER,CHIP;.015nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 2 SA
.......7 MC302 2203-000425 C-CER,CHIP;.018nF,5%,50V,C0G,TP,1005 2 SA
.......7 C212 2203-000440 C-CER,CHIP;1nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 AD480 2203-001412 C-CER,CHIP;0.03nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,1005 2 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-002285 C-CER,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,1005 1 SNA
.......7 DC108 2203-005005 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 7 SC
.......7 VC37 2203-006048 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,10V,X7R,TP,1005 2 SA
.......7 PC11 2203-006141 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X5R,1608 4 SNA
.......7 C102 2203-006158 C-CER,CHIP;100nF,10%,16V,X7R,1005 69 SNA
.......7 C510 2203-006170 C-CER,CHIP;220nF,10%,16V,X7R,1608 1 SNA
.......7 JC10 2203-006324 C-CER,CHIP;2200nF,10%,10V,X5R,1608 2 SA
.......7 C125 2203-006361 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,2012 2 SC
.......7 AD480 2203-006377 C-CER,CHIP;4700NF,10%,25V,X5R,-,2012 2 SNA
.......7 C234 2203-006378 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,6.3V,X5R,TP,1608 5 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-006427 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,2012 2 SA
.......7 AD480 2203-006460 C-CER,CHIP;2200nF,10%,16V,X5R,1608 3 SA
.......7 HE4 2203-006474 C-CER,CHIP;22000nF,20%,6.3V,X5R,2012 4 SA
.......7 AD480 2203-006698 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,25V,X7R,1608 1 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-006824 C-CER,CHIP;4700nF,10%,10V,X5R,1608 6 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-006841 C-CER,CHIP;1000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,1005 3 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-007176 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,16V,X5R,TP,2012 1 SNA
.......7 AD480 2203-007270 C-CER,CHIP;10000nF,10%,10V,X5R,TP,1608 28 SNA
.......7 2409-001123 C-POLYMER ,LEAD;10uF,20%,6.3V,WT,TP,2012 1 SA
.......7 T0052 2703-003297 INDUCTOR-SMD;4.7uH,20%,2520 1 SA
.......7 2703-003343 INDUCTOR-SMD;2.2uH,20%,2520 5 SNA
.......7 X202 2801-004688 CRYSTAL-SMD;0.032768MHz,20ppm,1.9pF,6500 1 SNA
.......7 X202 2801-004868 CRYSTAL-SMD;12MHz,50ppm,8pF,100ohm,TP 1 SA
.......7 2801-004922 CRYSTAL-SMD;8MHz,30ppm,4P SMD,18pF,100oh 1 SA
.......7 T0568 3301-001404 BEAD-SMD;30ohm,2012,TP,15.9OHM/30MHz 41 SA
.......7 T0568 3301-001594 BEAD-SMD;90ohm,2.0*1.2*1.3mm,TP,-,- 1 SNA
.......7 T0568 3301-002039 BEAD-SMD;26ohm,1608,TP 2 SA
.......7 T0313 3404-001209 SWITCH-TACT;12VDC,50mA,250gf,4.5x4.5x1.5 1 SA
.......7 CN1 3708-002193 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;50P,0.5mm,SMD-A,AU 1 SA
.......7 3708-002821 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;41P,0.3mm,SMD-A,AU 1 SA
.......7 3708-002830 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;5P,0.5mm,SMD-A,AU, 1 SA
.......7 3708-002831 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC;29P,0.3mm,SMD-A,AU 1 SA
.......7 3710-002801 CONNECTOR-SOCKET;20P,1R,0.3mm,SMD-A,Au,B 1 SNA
.......7 3710-003262 SOCKET-BOARD TO BOARD;30P,2R,0.5mm,SMD-S 1 SA
.......7 3711-006710 HEADER-BATTERY;BOX,3P,3R,2.5mm,SMD-S,AU, 1 SNA
.......7 BN13-00038A PLD;S3F80JB,44 1 SNA
.......7 BN41-01442A PCB MAIN;UN55C90002FX2A,FR-4,6,52mm x 92 1 SNA
.......7 BN97-04367B ASSY MICOM;KFG1G16U2C-DIB6,N99A,2010.03. 1 SNA
........8 1107-001818 IC-NAND FLASH;KFG1G16U2C-DIB6,1024Mbit,6 1 SNA
.......7 ER19 2007-002899 R-CHIP;10ohm,1%,1/10W,TP,1608 2 SA
.......7 C507 2203-000489 C-CER,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,1005 1 SA

5-16
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

......6 BN97-04364A ASSY MICOM;KFG1G16U2C-DIB6,N99A,2010.1.2 1 SNA


.......7 BN46-00024A KEY CODE;UN55B9000XF,DCP,LICENSE HDCP 2. 1 SNA
...3 BN39-01154T CBF SIGNAL-USB GENDER;UN55C90000ZFXZA,4P 1 SA
...3 EU02A AK96-01195A ASSY USB P-WIRELESS LAN DONGLE;WIS09ABGN 1 SA
...3 BN68-02977A MANUAL FLYER-3D GLASSES GUIDE;All,SAMSUN 1 SNA
...3 BN39-01380A CBF SIGNAL-RF PAL;UE55C9000,RF-PAL,1 1 SA
...3 BN60-00236A SPACER-DUAL LOCK;UC9000,25MM 35MM,CLEAR, 1 SNA
..2 BN96-14741A ASSY ACCESSORY-WALL MOUNT;UC9000,Wall Mo 1 SA
..2 BN96-15292A ASSY ACCESSORY 3D GLASSES;SSG-2100 1 SNA
...3 3DGLA BN81-04627A A/S-GLASSES;SSG-2100AB/ZA,LC LENS,DC,60H 1 SA
...3 BN81-04817A BAG-ENVELOPE;CLOTH 1 SNA
...3 BN81-05816A A/S-ASSY COVER P-SIDE R;SSG2100,Leg, Hol 1 SA
...3 BN81-05817A A/S-ASSY COVER P-SIDE L;SSG2100,Leg, Hol 1 SA
...3 BN81-05818A A/S-COVER-BATTERY;3D GLASS,ABS,BLK 1 SA
0.1 BN91-05649B ASSY LCD-AMLCD-VD;BN95-00398C 1 SNA
..2 PANEL BN95-00398C ASSY PRODUCT LCD;T460FCE1-F5,SLL8DS1,10b 1 SA
...3 T0081 6001-002283 SCREW-MACHINE;BH,+,M3,L5,ZPC(WHT),SWRCH1 6 SNA
...3 6001-002623 SCREW-MACHINE;FH,+,M1.6,L5,Cr+3 PLT,SWCH 36 SNA
...3 6001-002624 SCREW-MACHINE;FH,+,M3,L4,BLK,SWRCH18A 4 SNA
...3 W392 6003-000282 SCREW-TAPTYPE;BH,+,-,B,M3,L8,ZPC(BLK),SW 4 SA
...3 EC13 BN39-01371A LEAD CONNECTOR;46" C9000, wire-harness,F 2 SA
...3 BN63-07171A SHEET-DBEF D2-400;UC9000 46inch,DBEF D2- 1 SNA
...3 BN63-07172A SHEET-PRISM;UC9000 46inch,PTX538,0.3,103 1 SNA
...3 BN63-07173A SHEET-DIFFUSER;UC9000 46inch,PTR873,0.3, 1 SNA
...3 BN63-07174A SHEET-REFLECTOR;UC9000 46inch,SLP7-7C(40 1 SNA
...3 BN63-07418A SHEET-PANEL;UC9000,PET Film,0.3,Heating 1 SNA
...3 CCMM1 BN73-00218A SILICON/RUBBER;UE32B6000VWXXC,SILICON+PO 5 SNA
...3 BN73-00282A SILICON/RUBBER-GAPPAD;UC9Z,SILICON+POLYM 4 SNA
...3 BN74-00055A TAPE-WIRE;DW-0.1T,30*12*0.05T 12 SNA
...3 BN74-00079A TAPE-REFLECTOR;UC9000 46",UX150,WHITE,T0 4 SNA
...3 BN74-00080A TAPE-REFLECTOR;UC9000 46",UX150,WHITE,T0 2 SNA
...3 BN74-00099A TAPE-CELL;UC9000 46",W11, L1040,BLACK & 1 SNA
...3 TCON BN81-04720A A/S-T CON LTQ460HQ01;LTQ460HQ01 1 SA
...3 BN96-13548A ASSY MISC P-LED BAR;UC9000 46inch (B),SE 2 SNA
...3 BN96-14004A ASSY MISC P-LED BAR;UC9000 46inch (A1),S 2 SNA
...3 BN96-14005A ASSY MISC P-LED BAR;UC9000 46inch (A2),S 2 SNA
...3 F001A BN96-14102A ASSY COVER P-FRONT;46,UC9000,UO,SUS416 T 1 SNA
....4 6001-002624 SCREW-MACHINE;FH,+,M3,L4,BLK,SWRCH18A 16 SNA
....4 BN60-00123M SPACER-FELT;UC9000,FELT,L1036,BLK,T0.35, 2 SNA
....4 BN60-00123N SPACER-FELT;UC9000,FELT,L577,BLK,T0.35,W 2 SNA
....4 BN61-04248C BOSS-TAPE;#4920,acryl,0.45mm,12mm,3M,whi 3.35 SNA
....4 BN61-06372A BRACKET-CORNER;UC9000,SK5,T1.0 4 SNA
....4 BN61-06382A BRACKET-PCB L;UC9000 46",AL 1 SNA
....4 BN61-06387A BRACKET-PCB R;UC9000 46,AL 1 SNA
....4 BN61-06605A BOSS-TAPE;UC9000,acryl,T0.15,W17,Transpa 1 SNA
....4 BN61-06609A GUIDE-CELL;UC9000,SILICON,T2.0,WHITE 8 SNA
....4 BN61-06610A GUIDE-CELL;UC9000,SILICON,T3.0,WHITE 2 SNA
....4 BN61-06611A GUIDE-CELL;UC9000,SILICON,T4.0,WHITE 2 SNA
....4 F001 BN63-06870A COVER-FRONT;UC9000 46",SUS416,0.6,HAIR L 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06881A COVER-MIDDLE BOTTOM;UC9000 46",AL,extrut 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06910A COVER-MIDDLE TOP;UC9000 46,AL,extrution 1 SNA

5-17
5. Exploded View & Part List

Level Location No. Code No. Description & Specification Q’ty SA/SNA Remark

....4 BN63-06911A COVER-MIDDLE L;UC9000 46,AL 1 SNA


....4 BN63-06912A COVER-MIDDLE R;UC9000 46,AL 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06970A SHEET-INSULATOR COF R;UC9000 46" PET,T0. 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06971A SHEET-INSULATOR COF L;UC9000 46" PET,T0. 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06972A SHEET-INSULATOR S-BOARD R;UC9000 46" PET 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06973A SHEET-INSULATOR S-BOARD L;UC9000 46" PET 1 SNA
....4 BN63-07229A COVER-SHEET;rose70",urethane,T0.052,W50m 2.53 SNA
....4 BN63-07229C COVER-SHEET;rose70",urethane,T0.052,W70m 1.13 SNA
....4 BN64-01444A BADGE-BRAND;UC9000,AL,W 65,ELETRO FORMIN 1 SNA
...3 R001A BN96-14103A ASSY COVER P-REAR;UC9000 46,AL T2.2,HAIR 1 SNA
....4 BN60-00162H SPACER-FOAM;FOAM,50000mm,Dark Gray,0.5T, 2.4 SNA
....4 BN60-00218A SPACER-RING;UC9000 55",INNER 5.6,OUTER 1 2 SNA
....4 BN61-06499A HOLDER-CAP;UC9000,AL,ANODIZING 4 SNA
....4 R001 BN63-06878A COVER-REAR;UC9000 46",AL,T2.2,HAIR LINE 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06958A SHEET-INSULATOR T-CON;PET,T0.2 1 SNA
....4 BN63-07195A SHEET-INSULATOR REAR;UC9000,PET,T0.075,W 2 SNA
...3 CS03A BN96-14106A ASSY SHIELD P-PCB;UC9000 46/55,AL,T1.0 1 SNA
....4 RS01 BN63-06900A SHIELD-PCB;UC9000,AL,T0.8,conversion tre 1 SNA
....4 BN63-06959A SHEET-INSULATOR SHIELD;PET,T0.2 1 SNA
....4 BN63-07349A GASKET;GASKET EMI,Polyurethane Sponge+ P 1 SNA
....4 BN63-07350A GASKET;GASKET EMI,Polyurethane Sponge+ P 1 SNA
...3 FL06 BN96-14108D ASSY CABLE P-FPCB LVDS CABLE;C9000,FPCB 1 SA
...3 BN96-14145A ASSY OPEN CELL;LTQ460HQ01,8bit,46inch,16 1 SNA
...3 BN96-14204A ASSY MISC P-LGP-LED;C9K 46inch LGP-LED 1 SNA
....4 BN61-06592A LGP-LED;C9K 46inch,PMMA,2.0,1049.88*602. 1 SNA
...3 BN68-02471A LABEL-STICKER;WW,Art Paper,80,40,AV 1 SNA
...3 6001-002638 SCREW-MACHINE;FH,+,M3,L6,Ni-plate,SWRCH1 19 SA
...3 BD01A BN94-03564C ASSY PCB MISC-N240 DOCKING;UN55C9000ZF 1 SA
...3 FB30A BN96-15640A ASSY BOARD P-IR & 3D EMITTER;UC9Z 46,CT5 1 SA
0.1 BN92-06088D ASSY P/MATERIAL;UC9000,46,3D-GLASS TAPE 1 SNA
..2 T0214 0203-001269 TAPE-OPP MASKING;#301,T0.06,W75,L50000,N 1.16 SNA
..2 6902-000379 BAG AIR;LDPE,T0.2,W1000,L1800,TRP,1260.0 1 SNA
..2 T0524 6902-000958 BAG PE;NITRON,T0.015/T0.5,W1300,L800,TRP 1 SNA
..2 M040 6922-000003 BAND PP;PP,T0.8,W18,L1650M,TRP,DA69-9014 1.67 SNA
..2 T0214 AA61-20285C HOLDER-BOX;CORAL,PP,BLACK,HB,17.5g 4 SNA
..2 BN68-02422B LABEL-WARNING SHIPPING;ALL MODEL,A/P 100 1 SNA
..2 BN69-00257B PACKING-PAD;PAPER,CB-SW4,1130,820,YEL,28 1 SNA
..2 BN69-00257E PACKING-BAG SHEET;-,CB,-,1400,500,-,-,WH 1 SNA
..2 BN69-03982C PAD PACKING-EDGE;LB6T,PAPER,8,120,1690,Y 1 SNA
..2 BN69-04431T PALLET;-,WOOD,930,1550,135,14500,-,SESK- 1 SNA
..2 BN69-04836A CUSHION-01,SET;UC9000 46",EPS,HQ & EXPOR 1 SNA
..2 BN69-04951A PAD-01,TYPE;46UC9000,CB,DW-3,YEL,W2948,D 1 SNA
..2 BN69-05418A PACKING-BAG WRAPPING;-,LDPE,-,0,019,500, 8 SNA
..2 BN74-00008D TAPE-OPP MASKING;OPP,T0.05,W75,L800M,CLR 1.38 SNA

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1. Precautions

1. Precautions
1-1. Safety Precautions
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards such as
electrical shock.

1-1-1. Warnings
1. For continued safety, do not attempt to modify the circuit board.
2. Disconnect the AC power and DC power jack before servicing.

1-1-2. Servicing the LED TV


1. When servicing the LED TV, Disconnect the AC line cord from the AC outlet.
2. It is essential that service technicians have an accurate voltage meter available at all times.
Check the calibration of this meter periodically.

1-1-3. Fire and Shock Hazard


Before returning the LED TV to the user, perform the following safety checks:
1. Inspect each lead dress to make certain that the leads are not pinched or that hardware is not lodged between the
chassis and other metal parts in the LED TV.
2. Inspect all protective devices such as nonmetallic control knobs, insulating materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and
compartment covers or shields, isolation resistorcapacitor networks, mechanical insulators, etc.
3. Leakage Current Hot Check (Figure 1-1):
WARNING : Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.
Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards Institute (ANSI
C101.1, Leakage Current for Appliances), and Underwriters Laboratories (UL Publication UL1410, 59.7).
(READING SHOULD)
NOT BE ABOVE 0.5mA

LEAKAGE
DEVICE
CURRENT
UNDER
TESTER
TEST

TEST ALL
EXPOSED METAL
SURFACES

2-WIRE CORD

*ALSO TEST WITH


PLUG REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUG AS REQUIRED)
EARTH
GROUND
Figure 1-1. Leakage Current Test Circuit
4. With the unit completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. With the unit’s AC switch
first in the ON position and then OFF, measure the current between a known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit,
etc.) and all exposed metal parts, including: metal cabinets, screwheads and control shafts.
The current measured should not exceed 0.5 milliamp.
Reverse the power-plug prongs in the AC outlet and repeat the test.

1-1-4. Product Safety Notices


Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safetyrelated characteristics which are often not evident from visual
inspection. The protection they give may not be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage,
wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by on schematics and parts lists. A substitute
replacement that does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create
shock, fire and/or other hazards. Product safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever
appropriate.

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1. Precautions

1-2. Servicing Precautions


WARNING: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode.
Caution: Before servicing units covered by this service manual, read and follow the Safety Precautions section of
this manual.
Note: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the
safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.

1-2-1 General Servicing Precautions


1. Always unplug the unit’s AC power cord from the AC power source and disconnect the DC Power Jack before
attempting to:
(a) remove or reinstall any component or assembly, (b) disconnect PCB plugs or connectors, (c) connect a test
component in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor.
2. Some components are raised above the printed circuit board for safety. An insulation tube or tape is sometimes
used. The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact with thermally hot components. Reinstall all such
elements to their original position.
3. After servicing, always check that the screws, components and wiring have been correctly reinstalled. Make sure that
the area around the serviced part has not been damaged.
4. Check the insulation between the blades of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (examples: metal panels,
input terminals and earphone jacks).
5. Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the power cord from the AC source and turn the power switch ON.
Connect an insulation resistance meter (500 V) to theblades of the AC plug.
The insulation resistance between each blade of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see above) should be
greater than 1 megohm.
6. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the positive lead;
always remove the instrument’s ground lead last.

1-3. Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) Precautions


Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly
called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD are integrated circuits and some field-effect
transistors. The following techniques will reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic charge from your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wrist-strap device. To avoid a shock hazard,
be sure to remove the wrist strap before applying power to the LED TV.
2. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly, place it on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to prevent
accumulation of an electrostatic charge.
3. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
4. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or desolder ESDs.
5. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate
electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective package until you are ready to install it. Most replacement ESDs
are packaged with leads that are electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or other conductive
materials.
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ESD, 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 body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESDs. Motions such as brushing clothes together,
or lifting your foot from a carpeted floor can generate enough static electricity to damage an ESD.

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1. Precautions

1-4. Installation Precautions


1. For safety reasons, more than a people are required for carrying the product.
2. Keep the power cord away from any heat emitting devices, as a melted covering may cause fire or electric shock.
3. Do not place the product in areas with poor ventilation such as a bookshelf or closet. The increased internal
temperature may cause fire.
4. Bend the external antenna cable when connecting it to the product. This is a measure to protect it from being exposed
to moisture. Otherwise, it may cause a fire or electric shock.
5. Make sure to turn the power off and unplug the power cord from the outlet before repositioning the product. Also check
the antenna cable or the external connectors if they are fully unplugged. Damage to the cord may cause fire or electric
shock.
6. Keep the antenna far away from any high-voltage cables and install it firmly. Contact with the highvoltage cable or the
antenna falling over may cause fire or electric shock.
7. When installing the product, leave enough space (0.4m) between the product and the wall for ventilation purposes.
A rise in temperature within the product may cause fire.

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2. Product specifications

2. Product specifications
2-1. Feature & Specifications
Model UE40C9000**

Feature

ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 1-AV, 2-USB, D-sub, Optical Out, Ethernet, RS232C, PC Audio In
ሪሪ Brightness : 450cd/m2
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega CR
ሪሪ Response time :3ms
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast, Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1,2,3,4, component,PC Mode and Sub picture is available in TV analog and digital mode)

Specifications

Item Description
LCD Panel TFT-LCD panel, RGB vertical stripe, SPVA mode, normaly black,
46-Inch viewable, 0.53025(H)x0.53025(W) mm pixel pitch
Scanning Frequency Horizontal : 67.5KHz (TYP)
Vertical : 60Hz (TYP)
Display Colors 1.07 billion colors
Maximum resolution Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate 148.5MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical 40.08189 x 22.546063 inches (1018.08(H) x 572.67(V)mm)

AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz


Power Consumption < 210W (< 0.05W, stand by)
Dimensions
Set (W x D x H) 969.4 X 306.1 X 687.3 mm_with stand
969.4 X 33.9 X 598.4 mm_without stand
Weight (Set) 20.7 kg_with Stand
14.5 kg_Without Stand
TV System Tuning Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System DVB T(T2)/C (T2: U.K. only), PAL, SECAM, NT4.43
Sound BG, DK, NICAM, MPEG1
Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec. - MAX Internal speaker Out : Right => 15W, Left => 15W
- BASS Control Range : -10dB ~ + 10dB
- TREBLE Control Range : -10dB ~ +10dB
- Output Frequency : RF : ~ 15 kHz
A/V : ~ 20 kHz
Note: 3D, MOIP(Widget), Anynet+, Media Play, Internet@TV, 3D, 2 TUNER PVR

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2. Product specifications

Model UE46C9000**

Feature

ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 1-AV, 2-USB, D-sub, Optical Out, Ethernet, RS232C, PC Audio In
ሪሪ Brightness : 450cd/m2
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega CR
ሪሪ Response time :3ms
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast, Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1,2,3,4, component,PC Mode and Sub picture is available in TV analog and digital mode)

Specifications

Item Description
LCD Panel TFT-LCD panel, RGB vertical stripe, SPVA mode, normaly black,
46-Inch viewable, 0.53025(H)x0.53025(W) mm pixel pitch
Scanning Frequency Horizontal : 67.5KHz (TYP)
Vertical : 60Hz (TYP)
Display Colors 1.07 billion colors
Maximum resolution Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate 148.5MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical 40.08189 x 22.546063 inches (1018.08(H) x 572.67(V)mm)

AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz


Power Consumption < 210W (< 0.05W, stand by)
Dimensions
Set (W x D x H) 43.47 x 12.05 x 32.36 inches (1104.2 x 306.1 x 819.5 mm)_with stand
43.47 x 0.31 x 32.36 inches (1104.2 x 33.9 x 674.8mm)_without stand
Weight (Set) 47.96 lbs (21.8kg)_set with Stand
22.66 lbs (10.3kg)_only stand
66.66 lbs (30.3kg)_package with set
TV System Tuning Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System DVB T(T2)/C (T2: U.K. only), PAL, SECAM, NT4.43
Sound BG, DK, NICAM, MPEG1
Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec. - MAX Internal speaker Out : Right => 15W, Left => 15W
- BASS Control Range : -10dB ~ + 10dB
- TREBLE Control Range : -10dB ~ +10dB
- Output Frequency : RF : ~ 15 kHz
A/V : ~ 20 kHz
Note: 3D, MOIP(Widget), Anynet+, Media Play, Internet@TV, 3D, 2 TUNER PVR

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2. Product specifications

Model UE55C9000** / UA55C9000**

Feature

ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 1-AV (2-AV for Austrailia Model), 2-USB, D-sub, Optical Out, Ethernet,
RS232C, PC Audio In
ሪሪ Brightness : 450cd/m2
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega CR
ሪሪ Response time : 3ms
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast, Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1,2,3,4, component,PC Mode and Sub picture is available in TV analog and digital mode)

Specifications

Item Description
LCD Panel TFT-LCD panel, RGB vertical stripe, SPVA mode, normaly black,
55-Inch viewable, 0.63(H) x 0.63(H) mm pixel pitch
Scanning Frequency Horizontal : 67.5KHz (typ)
Vertical : 60Hz (typ)
Display Colors 1.07 billion colors
Maximum resolution Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate 148.5MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical 47.622047 x 26.787402 inches (1209.6(H) x 680.4(V) mm)
AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption < 230W(< 0.05W, stand by)
Dimensions
Set (W x D x H) 51 x 12.05 x 34.38 inches (1295.6 x 306.1 x 873.3 mm)_with stand
51 x 0.31 x 30.88 inches (1295.6 x 7.98 x 784.4mm)_without stand
Weight (Set) 55.66 lbs (21.8kg)_set with Stand
22.66 lbs (10.3kg)_only stand
80.08 lbs (36.4kg)_package with set
TV System Tuning Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System DVB T(T2)/C (T2: U.K. only), PAL, SECAM, NT4.43
Sound BG, DK, NICAM, MPEG1
Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec. - MAX Internal speaker Out : Right => 15W, Left => 15W
- BASS Control Range : -10dB ~ + 10dB
- TREBLE Control Range : -10dB ~ +10dB
- Output Frequency : RF : ~ 15 kHz
A/V : ~ 20 kHz
Note: 3D, MOIP(Widget), Anynet+, Media Play, Internet@TV, 3D, 2 TUNER PVR

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2. Product specifications

2-2. Spec Comparison to the Old Models


UC9Z UB8X
Model
(UE40C9000** / UE46C9000** / UE55C9000**/ UA55C9000**) (UE40B8000X/UE46B8000/UE55B8000)

Design

Display Type LED TV LED TV

Resolution 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080

LCD Panel TFT LCD PANEL 240Hz TFT LCD Panel 120Hz

Screen Size 40" / 46" / 55" 40" / 46" / 55"

Picture ratio 16 : 9 16 : 9

969.4 X 306.1 X 687.3 mm_with stand 39.214 × 10.039 × 27.245 inches _with stand
40 40
969.4 X 33.9 X 598.4 mm_without stand 39.214 × 1.177 × 24.804 inches_without stand
Dimensions 43.0 x 11.99 x 28.60 inches_with stand 44.45 × 10.827 × 30.198 inches_with stand
46 46
(W x H x D) 43.0 x 1.04 x 25.71 inches_without stand 44.45 × 1.177 × 27.757 inches_without stand
50.52x11.99x32.90 inches_with stand 52 × 12 × 34.529 inches _with stand
55 55
50.52x1.04x30.00 inches_without stand 52 × 1.177 × 32.088 inches_without stand

20.7 kg_With Stand 40.7 lbs(18.5kg)_with stand


40 40
14.5 kg_Without Stand 32.56 lbs(14.8kg)_without stand
42.10 lbs(19.1kg)_With stand 49.5lbs (22.5kg)_with stand
Weight 46 46
37.03 lbs(16.8)_Without stand 38.94 lbs(17.7kg)_without stand
54.01lbs(24.5kg)_With stand 60.28lbs (27.4kg)_with stand
55 55
48.94lbs(22.2kg)_Without stand 48.84 lbs(22.2kg)_without stand

Brightness 450 cd/m2 500 cd/m2

Contrast Ratio MEGA CR 3,000,000:1

Picture Enhacer Crystal Engine DNIe+(FBE3)

Equalizer 5 Band 5 Band

Auto Motion Plus


YES NO
240Hz

Surround Sound Dolby Digital Plus TruSurround HD

10W + 10W (40", 46")


Speaker Output 15W + 15W (40" / 46" / 55")
15W + 15W (55")

Antenna 1 (Cable/Air) 1 (Cable/Air)

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2. Product specifications

2-3. Detail Factory Option

※※ If you replace the main board with new one, please change the factory option as well.
The options you must change are “Type".

Model Name UE40C9000** UE46C9000** UE55C9000**

Vendor AML AML AML


Panel CODE BN95-00408A BN95-00398A BN95-00399A
SPEC T400FCE1-FS T460FCE1-FS T550FCE1-FS
SMPS IP Board (SEC) BN44-00364A BN44-00364A BN44-00364A
CHASSIS ASS'Y BN91-05379C BN91-05557A BN91-05557B

PBA(e-Catch) - - -
Option
Byte Item
Table
Final (Adjustment_spec) - - -

PBA ASSY CODE BN94-03436C BN94-03519A BN94-03519B


0 Factory Reset -
1 Type 40A2UF7E 46A2UF7E 55A2UF7E
2 Local set -
3 Model Name UC9000
4 Tuner SEMCO
5 DDR -
6 Light Effect OFF
7 Ch table -
8 Country EU
9 Front Color W-Milky

2-5
2. Product specifications

2-4. Channel Table


„„ PAL On-Air Channel Frequence Table
Europe INDONESIA IRELAND South Africa ANGOLA NEWZEALAND ITALY EUROPE FRANCE UK CIS(OIRT) AUSTRALIA CHINA
channel
PAL-BG PAL-BG PAL-I PAL-I PAL-I PAL-BG PAL-BG SECAM-BG SECAM-L PALll PAL-I SECAM -DK PAL-BG PAL-D
A x x x x x x 53.75 x 47.75 x x x x x
B x x x x x x 62.25 x 55.75 x x x x x
C1 x x x x x x x x 60.50 x x x x x
C x x x x x x 82.25 x 63.75 x x x x x
D x x x x x x 175.25 x x x x x x x
E x x x x x x 183.75 x x x x x x x
F x x x x x x 192.25 x x x x x x x
G x x x x x x 201.25 x x x x x x x
H x x x x x x 210.25 x x x x x x x
H1 x x x x x x 217.25 x x x x x x x
H2 x x x x x x 224.25 x x x x x x x
0 x x x x x x x x x x x x 46.25 x
1 x 44.25 45.75 x 43.25 45.25 x 41.25 176.00 45.00 x 49.75 57.25 49.75
2 48.25 55.25 53.75 x 52.25 55.25 x 48.25 184.00 51.75 x 59.25 64.25 57.75
3 55.25 62.25 61.75 x 60.25 62.25 x 55.25 192.00 56.75 x 77.25 86.25 65.75
4 62.25 175.25 175.25 175.25 175.25 175.25 x 62.25 200.00 61.75 x 85.25 95.25 77.25
5 175.25 182.25 183.25 183.25 183.25 182.25 x 175.25 208.00 66.75 x 93.25 102.25 85.25
5A x x x x x x x x x x x x 138.25 x
6 182.25 189.25 191.25 191.25 191.25 189.25 x 182.25 216.00 179.75 x 175.25 175.25 168.25
7 189.25 196.25 199.25 199.25 199.25 196.25 x 189.25 x 184.75 x 183.25 182.25 176.25
8 196.25 203.25 207.25 207.25 207.25 203.25 x 196.25 x 189.75 x 191.25 189.25 184.25
9 203.25 210.25 215.25 215.25 215.25 210.25 x 203.25 x 194.75 x 199.25 196.25 192.25
9A x x x x x x x x x x x x 203.25 x
10 210.25 217.25 223.25 223.25 223.25 217.25 x 210.25 x 199.75 x 207.25 209.25 200.25
11 217.25 224.25 231.25 231.25 x 224.25 x 217.25 x 204.75 x 215.25 216.25 208.25
12 224.25 x x 239.25 x x x 224.25 x 209.75 x 223.25 x 216.25
13 x x x 247.25 x x x x x 214.75 x x x 471.25
14 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 479.25
15 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 487.25
16 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 495.25
17 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 503.25
18 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 511.25
19 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 519.25
20 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 527.25
21 471.25 x 535.25
22 479.25 x 543.25
23 487.25 x 551.25
24 495.25 x 559.25
25 503.25 x 607.25
26 511.25 x 615.25
27 519.25 x 623.25
28 527.25 527.25 631.25
29 535.25 534.25 639.25
30 543.25 541.25 647.25
31 551.25 548.25 655.25
32 559.25 555.25 663.25
33 567.25 562.25 671.25
34 575.25 569.25 679.25
35 583.25 576.25 687.25
36 591.25 583.25 695.25
37 599.25 590.25 703.25
38 607.25 597.25 711.25
39 615.25 604.25 719.25
40 623.25 611.25 727.25
41 631.25 618.25 735.25
42 639.25 625.25 743.25
43 647.25 632.25 751.25
44 655.25 639.25 759.25
45 663.25 646.25 767.25
46 671.25 653.25 775.25
47 679.25 660.25 783.25
48 687.25 667.25 791.25
49 695.25 674.25 799.25
50 703.25 681.25 807.25
51 711.25 688.25 815.25
52 719.25 695.25 823.25
53 727.25 702.25 831.25
54 735.25 709.25 839.25
55 743.25 716.25 847.25
56 751.25 723.25 855.25
57 759.25 730.25 863.25
58 767.25 737.25 x
59 775.25 x x 775.25 744.25 x
60 783.25 x x 783.25 751.25 x
61 791.25 x x 791.25 758.25 x
62 799.25 x x 799.25 765.25 x
63 807.25 x x 807.25 772.25 x
64 815.25 x x 815.25 779.25 x
65 823.25 x x 823.25 786.25 567. 25
66 831.25 x x 831.25 793.25 575. 25
67 839.25 x x 839.25 800.25 583. 25
68 847.25 x x 847.25 807.25 591. 25
69 855.25 x x 855.25 814.25 599. 25

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2. Product specifications

„„ PAL CATV Channel Frequence Table


Europe INDONESIA IRELAND South Africa ANGOLA NEWZEALAND ITALY CCIR FRANCE AUSTRALIA CHINA
channel
PAL-BG PAL-BG PAL-BG SEAAM SEAAM PAL-BG PAL-BG SEAAM SEAAM-L PALll PALI UK SECAM OIRT PAL-BG PAL-D
S1' 69.25 x
S2' 76.25 x
S3' 83.25 x
S4' 90.25 x
S5' 97.25 x
S1 105.25 116.75 103.25 105.25 112.25
S2 112.25 128.75 111.25 112.25 120.25
S3 119.25 140.75 119.25 119.25 128.25
S4 126.25 152.75 127.25 126.25 136.25
S5 133.25 164.75 135.25 133.25 144.25
S6 140.25 176.75 143.25 140.25 152.25
S7 147.25 188.75 151.25 147.25 160.25
S8 154.25 200.75 159.25 154.25 224.25
S9 161.25 212.75 167.25 161.25 232.25
S10 168.25 224.75 231.25 168.25 240.25
S11 231.25 236.75 239.25 231.25 248.25
S12 238.25 248.75 247.25 238.25 256.25
S13 245.25 260.75 253.00 245.25 264.25
S14 252.25 272.75 263.25 252.25 272.25
S15 259.25 284.75 271.25 259.25 280.25
S16 266.25 296.75 279.25 266.25 288.25
S17 273.25 0 287.25 273.25 296.25
S18 280.25 0 295.25 280.25 304.25
S19 287.25 0 303.25 287.25 312.25
S20 294.25 0 0.00 294.25 320.25
S21 303.25 303.25 0.00 303.25 328.25
S22 311.25 311.25 311.25 336.25
S23 319.25 319.25 319.25 344.25
S24 327.25 327.25 327.25 352.25
S25 335.25 335.25 335.25 360.25
S26 343.25 343.25 343.25 368.25
S27 351.25 351.25 351.25 376.25
S28 359.25 359.25 359.25 384.25
S29 367.25 367.25 367.25 392.25
S30 375.25 375.25 375.25 400.25
S31 383.25 383.25 383.25 408.25
S32 391.25 391.25 391.25 416.25
S33 399.25 399.25 399.25 424.25
S34 407.25 407.25 407.25 432.25
S35 415.25 415.25 415.25 440.25
S36 423.25 423.25 423.25 448.25
S37 431.25 431.25 431.25 456.25
S38 439.25 439.25 439.25 x
S39 447.25 447.25 447.25 x
S40 455.25 455.25 455.25 x
S41 463.25 463.25 463.25 x

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2. Product specifications

2-5. DVB-T2
„„ DVB-T vs T2

„„ DVB-T2 Capacity

DVB-T2 Channel capacity incresed 47% than DVB-T.

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2. Product specifications

2-6. New Functional Explanation


2-6-1. Contents View
„„ Internet@TV 2010 vs Internet@TV 2009

Internet@TV 2009
 Launcher – Internet widget
 Gallery – Free Widge Download/Installation
 Support Horizontal/Vertical View Mode

Internet@TV 2010
 Contents Unity Launcher : Internet widget, Flash,
Game, Yahoo, MoIP, Gallery etc.
Samsung Apps : Support Download/Installation of

Free/Non-Free Contents Unity Launcher.
PIA: Movement to the Image, advertisement(flash type),

detailed advertisement.
Support Channel Bound Widge Service.

Icon chastity function and prefered contents setting

function.

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2. Product specifications

„„ Internet@TV 2010 Concept

Contents Unity launcher Based on Downloadable Widget


Unity launcher can execute Internet widget/flash/game/MoIP/Yahoo

Automatic Contents version update

Contents erase

connection of TV device and Hub Site
List Syncronization function

Contents list management based on Model ID/Firmware/Country

A-Store
Showing Free/Non-Free Unity Contents

Free/Non-Free Unity Contents download and Installation

Combined Log in [Single-Sign-On]


Create and activate lots of CP WEB User/Password information by combined ID/Password

Connecting web users and TV device
A Function to purchase charged contents

To control purchase lists person by person

To control person's cash information that holding

To realize Samsung place
Rolling advertisement (type - image/movie/flash)

Realize detailed page view of advertisement

Contents lock setting
Protect children by different lock according to the Widgets.

Channel Bound service


Widget services activated on certain channels

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2. Product specifications

2-6-2. What is AllShare™ ?


„„ Function

Showing condition of DLNA Server connection


Showing DLNA servers [DNS:Digital Media Server, RUIS:
Remote UI Server] connected to Home Network at a
glance and also connects to Media Play or ScreenShare
Application.

Menu - Application - Content View - AllShare™ (Valencia)


Menu - Application - AllShare™ (Trident)

A function of DLNA Server connection inform


(icon mode)
After the TV's on, if the Samsung DLNA server starts to
activate, AllShare™ will sense it and display the server info
[icon,name].
If the certain application [Content View etc.] is already
performing, AllShare™ will show it in a simple icon.

A function of DLNA Server connection inform


(window mode)
After the TV's on, if the Samsung DLNA server starts to
activate, AllShare™ will sense it and display the server info
[icon, name].
IF user is watching TV, AllShare™ will allow the user to
play Media Play or ScreenShare by Window node.

ScreenShare
TV could support a function that Samsung mobile phones
do services form of a web server.
At present, Samsung mobile phones provide a function of
file viewer, calendar, phone book.

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2. Product specifications

Message
Message : one of the function of AllShare™, checking
the call from the cell phone, SMS information, schedule
booked on mobile phone

Media
One of the function of AllShare™, showing videos,
pictures, MP3 files of cell phone on TV by controlling the
cell phone.

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2. Product specifications

„„ AllShare™ setup

Function
Message :
On/off the Message function on TV.
Media :
On/off the media function on TV.
TV name :
Change the name of the TV showing on the mobile phone.

AllShare™ Setup :
Menu - Application - Content View - AllShare™ - A

Change the TV name


Change the name among already supplied lists.

OSK(On Screen Keyboard): Able to type name of the TV.

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2. Product specifications

Message: approach control


1 TV allows the cell phone(201-123-4567) access to
send message.
2 TV blocks the cell phone(201-123-4567) access to
send message to this TV set. after blocking like this,
the cell phone cannot find TV set on the network, at all. 1
3 IF the cell phone(201-123-4567) is not used at all, 2
you can delete that entry from the access control list. 3
If the same cell phone turns on, it can appear the list .

Media: approach control


Same as Message approach control.

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2. Product specifications

„„ Message Play

Sending Message while watching TV A call from someone while watching TV

Delivered schedule note while watching TV while playing Media Play , if a message is
delivered TV will show it in a small icon form
(Exit Media Play in order to check detail information)

Showing 20 seconds , 3 chances, 5 minutes term

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2. Product specifications

„„ Media Play

3 SECONDS
AFTER

Sending Media while watching TV Media PLAY ON


Press Exit or Return button on remote controller in order to
cancel Media Play.

Media play
After Media Play
finish, return to
original mode

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2. Product specifications

„„ AllShare™ setup and checklists

Problem Possible Solution

Deleted mobile phone list showing up • [Menu > Application > Content View > AllShare™ > Message]
again. Where need to block the added mobile phone or device again. Because deleted
device would be added again if that device turns on or attempt to approach.

Want to turn off the function of receiving • One of the setup lists of AllShare™, you need to turn 'Message' list to 'Off'.
message from the mobile phone.

Want to turn off the function of receiving • One of the setup lists of AllShare™, you need to turn 'Media' list to 'Off'.
Media from mobile phone or home
network devices on TV.

Want to add deleted mobile phone or • Power on the deleted mobile phone or home network devices.
home network devices again. Set up the network and activate the home network function, check the connection
at AllShare™.

Several same names of TV shows up on • At AllShare™ set up menu, change the name of the TV.
mobile phone.

Messages/schedules/notifications from • [Menu > Application > Content View > AllShare™ > Message]
unknown mobile phone show up on TV. Where You can block the unknown mobile phone.

SMS message notification shows up in • Besides watching TV, If some other function is activating, SMS message will show
small window. up in small icon.
• You need to finish the function and exit to Watching TV mode in order to display
SMS message in large window.

Received SMS message is not showing • Check if TV’s network setup is all right according to setup guide.
up on TV. • Check if mobile phone’s network (Wi-Fi) is activated.
• Among the AllShare™ setup lists , check if the Message is ‘on’.
• Check if the mobile phone number is showing up on AllShare™ message list.
• Check if the TV’s showing up on mobile phone’s setup lists.

Contents that play on mobile phone • Contents formats play on TV is exactly same as Media Play format.
doesn’t play on TV. That means some contents may not play according to its resolution and format

Suddenly TV display is changed, • Before the device play, Block the device at AllShare™ media list.
unwanted movie/picture/music is playing Or press ‘return’ or ‘exit’ button of remote controller so that the device may not play.

The name of the TV is not appearing • Check the network of TV.


while try to play media on mobile phone. • Activate the network (Wi-Fi) of mobile phone and connect to home network .
• Check if the setup list of media on AllShare™ is ‘on’.
• Check if mobile phone is blocked on media list . If blocked, change it to permition.

Movie is not playing or disconnected. • High resolution of Movie may not play when Wi-Fi network is not in good condition.

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2. Product specifications

2-6-3. Mediaplay
„„ Function intro

Home
• UI and function Unity of TV and BD products
• Adding Recorded TV function to 2009 MediaPlay
• Supply device mode
• Able to change the skin

Mediaplay Home ◄

Player
• Supply differentiated Player according to the Contents
Adding 3 steps of Fast Forward and Fast rewind when playing Movie
Adding Skip function when playing Music

Picture Player ◄

Music Player ◄

Movie Player ◄

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2. Product specifications

„„ Movie Auto Chaptering function

• Extract Chaptering automatically in movie file


• Able to display primary sights of the movies that playing
• Able to jump and play to the user’s favorite chapter

Auto Chaptering function while playing movie ◄

„„ Additional Contents classify method

• Classify picture files according to the person


Extend category of pictures of people not only color or composition

Classify pictures of people ◄

„„ PlayList function

• User makes the playlist of the music files

Adding Playlist ◄

Playing Playlist ◄

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2. Product specifications

„„ Contents Movement among devices

• USB -> internal flash memory / internal HDD


(BD products) copy
• DLNA server -> internal flash / internal HDD Download
• Local Device -> DLAN server Upload

„„ Appliance of Single Live UI

• Apply motion effect on Premium Products


- When move icons of home display
- Shuffle effect of the picture
- Showing simple menu and sliding effect of arranged popup windows at Brower display
- Motion effect by enlargement of message box at Browser display
- Effect of enlargement of contents choice window at Photostory
- Fade-in/Fade-out effect when playing Contents
- Sliding effect of info window when playing Contents
- Screen Saver Motion of pictures and music at Screen Saver

„„ Additional Contents Format

• Movie File
- H.263, RMVB, AVS, FLV format added

• Music File
- WMA format added

„„ Possible Movie Format

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2. Product specifications

2-6-4. Internet@TV
„„ Overlay Mode
It offers contents to maximize the benefits of the large screen size.

A. In overlay mode, the video plays in its native size, covering up to the full screen.
Graphical elements in the graphical plane are overlaid on top of the video plane.
B. In overlay mode while displaying the sidebar, at least 2/3 of the video is free of graphical overlays.
C. In overlay mode while displaying the dock, at least 3/4 of the video is free of graphical overlays.
D. YahooTV is executed to overlay mode at first time.

„„ Viewport Mode

A. In viewport mode, the video plays in a scaled-down size, covering only a portion of the screen. This smaller viewing
area for video is called the viewport.
B. The viewport should cover at least half of the screen area. Graphics are displayed in areas outside of the viewport.
C. The purpose of the viewport mode is to display the entire video without obstruction.
D. The viewport mode preserves the 16:9 aspect ratio of the video.

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2. Product specifications

2-6-5. 3D Display
„„ What is 3D Display?

• A system that display 3D images artificially


• How ?  Using binocular time delay
 1 Left eye recognizes left image, right eye recognizes
right image.
 2 Human eyes be far away each other 65mm
horizontally.
So each eye feels a little bit of time delay of left and
right information.
Human brain merges those images and can feel
three-dimensional.
Side by side ◄

„„ 3D OSD terms
3D Format : There are several 3D formats existing on how to merge Left and Right images.

Format Input images explanation Input source notes


Frame Packing • Inserting Blink Active Space between Left and Right HDMI 1.4 1. HDMI 1.4 standard format
images. 2. Automatically activating
* Full resolution : 1920 x 1080 x 2 (Not in the menu or UI)
(Left and Right each) + Blink = 1920 x 2205 3. BD format

Top & Bottom • In 1 frame, Left image on the upper half, Right image HDMI, USB, 3D Broadcasting Format
on the bottom half. DTV(VOD),
* Vertically half resolution PC
Side by Side • In 1 frame, Left image on the left half, Right image on HDMI, USB, 3D Broadcasting Format
the right half. DTV(VOD),
* Horizontally half resolution PC
Line by Line • In 1 frame, every horizontal line, Left and Right PC 1. MPEG encoding impossible
image in turn. 2. Only in PC
* Vertically half resolution
Vertical Stripe • In 1 frame, every vertical line, Left and Right image PC 1. MPEG encoding impossible
in turn. 2. Only in PC
* Horizontally half resolution
Checker Board • In 1 frame, every pixel, Left and Right image in turn. PC 1. MPEG encoding impossible
* Half resolution both vertically and horizontally 2. Only in PC

Frame • Left And Right image in turn in every frame. PC


Sequential • Full resolution spatially but Half resolution timely.

2D → 3D Extract Left and Right images artificially from normal 2D contents input and show it in 3D. (a function of TV)
3D → 2D When watching 3D TV (input is 3D source) , if a viewer feels tired of watching 3D TV, a viewer can change the TV into 2D.
(In this case , TV only displays one of Left and Right images)
Depth Only activating in ‘2D → 3D Mode’
Control the depth of 3D. 1~10 steps, Tiredness goes higher as depth goes higher.
L/R correction Switch the position of Left and Right images so that correspond with 3D glasses.
3D Disable ‘3D off’ has below meanings according to present modes .
(3D off) (1) In 2D → 3D Mode : coming back to 2D

(2) In 3D mode

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2. Product specifications

„„ 3D Supporting Formats

DTV
ATV AV Comp. PC HDMI USB
(VOD)
Top-Bottom A A(PC) A
Side by Side A A(PC) A
Line by line PC only
Vertical Stripe PC only
PC only
Frame Seq.
* 60Hz only
Checker BD PC only
2D  3D O O O O O O O
N A : Support in 720P, 1080I, 1080P resolution I PC : Support in PC resolution, 1:1 original Size I O : Always support regardless of resolutio

„„ 3D Format Test
3D Format : There are several 3D formats existing on how to merge Left and Right images.

Format Input images Test Method


Frame Packing • Able to test only by HDMI 1.4 BD Player or MSPG-4600MT(Master Device)
(HDMI 1.4)

Top & Bottom • Using Format_test.bmp


- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Side by Side • Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Line by Line • Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Vertical Stripe • Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Checker Board • Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Frame • Using Frame Seq.avi
Sequential - Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, you only see one of the numbers(1 or 2) when closing one of the eye.
2D → 3D • Check in the normal 2D source. Check not in the test pattern but in the actual video.
* Left/Right black region will grow more and more as the depth goes higher.

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2. Product specifications

„„ Other 3D patterns

Checker Board Frame Sequential

Line by Line Side by Side


(Horizontal Stripe)

Top & Bottom Vertical Stripe

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Blue (Sorting): Selects the sort list.
T Tools: Displays the option menu.
✎ Using the � (REW) or µ (FF) button, file list can move to next or previous page.

2. Product specifications

2-6-6. Recorded TV
Recorded TV
To use the recording or Timeshift Mode function, the connected USB device must be available for recording. Device format is
recommended to use USB HDD.
✎ During the Device formatting, do not disconnect the device while formatting is in progress. If you format the device, all
files will be deleted.

Playing Recorded TV Programme

1. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Recorded TV, then press Recorded TV / .../ American Chopper 1/8 Page

the ENTERE button in the Media Play menu. 05/2010

2. Press the ◄/►/▲/▼ button to select the desired file in the file
list.
3. Press the ENTERE button or � (Play) button.
– The selected file is displayed on the top with its playing
time.
– During playing the recorded TV programme, you can search
Advanced Features
using the ◄ and ► button.
Select Sorting T Tools

Using the Timeshift Mode function t


If you missed a live broadcast, you can see from the recorded broadcast using this feature.
When the Timeshift Mode is set to Auto, the TV stores the channel you watch currently to record automatically.
When the Timeshift Mode is set to Manual, if you press the � (Play) button, the TV stores the channel from the point of
view you want to record.
✎ NOTE
x Recorded videos are DRM (digital rights management) protected and cannot be played on a PC or other TVs, nor can
they be played when the main board of the TV is changed.
x Data broadcasts cannot be recorded.
x The availability of both recording and the Timeshift Mode function may differ depending on picture quality and the

x
free space on the hard disk drive.
English
If you press the ▲ or ▼ button, you can see the current channel being on air, or can see the start point the recorded
37
broadcast.
x The Timeshift Mode operates for a maximum of 90 minutes.
x After the Timeshift Mode function has run for the maximum time, the time information will be fixed to “00:00:00.”
Note that if you have paused the recording the TV will automatically resume playback.
x If the 5% free memory
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x When recording is performed by both the PVR (Personal Video Recorder) function and a device that supports the
HDMI-CEC feature, recording by the PVR function takes precedence.
x During a playback or the Timeshift Mode, the picture will be displayed according to the display settings of the TV.
x If you change the input source during recording, the screen will go blank until the change is completed.
x An application which supports neither the recording nor the Timeshift Mode function will close automatically if you
try to use it during either function.
x A message may appear in front of the application window indicating that the recording or the Timeshift Mode
function is closed.
x Timeshift Mode function is not supported for radio channels.
x The recording and the Timeshift Mode functions are disabled for channels locked with Child Lock.
x If the USB device has failed the Device Performance Test, the USB device must go through the Device Format and
Device Performance Test again before you record with the Guide or Channel Manager.
x The recording and Timeshift Mode functions can only be used with a USB storage device that completed the
Device Performance Test.
x If you attempt the recording or Timeshift Mode function with a device that did not have the Device Performance
Test, the function will not start.
x If you press (REC) on the remote control while the Channel Manager screen is being displayed or record with Timer
Recording, the TV may start or stop recording 1 or 2 seconds later than you intended due to the time needed to
process the command.
x If a USB device dedicated to recording is connected, existing Timeshift Mode or recording files that were saved
abnormally will automatically be deleted.
x If you switch to external input mode during recording, the recording will continue but the (REC) button will be
disabled. 2-25
x If any function that turns off the TV (Sleep Timer, Off timer, etc.) is set for a time that conflicts with recording, the TV
will be turned off once the recording is complete.
x Sound or video may not work if the contents have a standard bitrate/frame rate above the compatible Frame/sec
Device Performance Test.
listed in the table above.
x If you
x Ifattempt
the IndextheTable
recording or Timeshift Mode
is in error, the Seek (Jump)function
functionwith a device
is not that did not have the Device Performance
supported.
Test, the function will not start.
2. Product
x If youspecifications
press (REC) onVideo Decoder
the remote control while the Channel Manager screen is being displayed or record with Timer
Audio Decoder
Recording, the TV may start
• Supports up to H.264, Level 4.1 or stop recording 1 or 2 seconds later than you intended due to the time needed to
• Supports up to WMA 7, 8, 9, STD
•process the command.
H.264 FMO / ASO / RS, VC1 SP / MP / AP L4 and AVCHD are not • WMA 9 PRO does not support 2 channel excess multi channel or
supported. lossless audio.
x •If aXVID,
USB device dedicated to recording is connected, existing Timeshift Mode
MPEG4 SP, ASP:
or recording files that were saved
• WMA sampling rate 22050Hz mono is not supported.
abnormally will automatically be deleted.
– Below 1280 x 720: 60 frame max
x If you switch
– Above to external
1280 x 720: 30input
framemode
max during recording, the recording will continue but the (REC) button will be
•disabled.
GMC 2 over is not supported.
x ••If any
H.263 is not supported.
function that turns off the TV (Sleep Timer, Off timer, etc.) is set for a time that conflicts with recording, the TV
Only Samsung Techwin MJEPG is supported.
will be turned off once the recording is complete.

Playing recorded TV or movie file continuously (Resume Play)


If you exit the playing Recorded TV or Videos function, it can be played later from the point where it was stopped.
✎ If you press the ENTERE button (Chaptering) during playing the file, you can explore scene divided into 5 chapters
you want.
1. Select the movie file you want to play continuously by pressing 00:04:03 / 00:07:38 1/1
the ◄ or ► button to select it from the file list section. Movie 01.avi

2. Press the � (Play) / ENTERE button.


3. Select Play Continuously (Resume Play) by pressing the Blue
button. The Movie will begin to play from where it was stopped.
✎ The Blue button is available when resuming play.
38✎English
If the Cont. movie play help function is set to On in the Play continuously
Resumes playing from the last viewed
Settings menu, a pop-up message will appear when you scene.

resume play a movie file.


SUM Play continuously E Chaptering L Jump T Tools R Return

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Getting Started
2-6-7. 3" Premium Remote
2. Product specifications

¦ Remote Control Screen Display


„„ Remote Control Screen Display

1 Initial Screen

Keyboard

TV Control Services

Press to directly access channels.

Returns to the previous channel.

Navigation
Alternately select Teletext ON, Double, Mix or OFF.

2 Drag to the Left direction

Keyboard CONTENT: Displays the


CONTENT:Displays the Content View,
Content View,which
whichincludes Guide, Internet@TV, Media Play, AllShare
includes Guide, Internet@TV, Media Play,
TV Control Services
and 3D.and 3D.
AllShare
MENU:
MENU:Brings
Bringsup
up the
the OSD.
OSD.
CONTENT MENU GUIDE GUIDE:
GUIDE:Displays
Displays the EPG
EPG(Electronic
(Electronic Programme
Programme Guide).
Guide).

Returns to
RETURNR:Returns
RETURNR: to the previous
previousmenu.
menu.
TOOLST:
TOOLST:Quickly
Quickly select frequentlyused
select frequently used functions.
functions.
INFO : Displays
INFO : Displaysinformation
information on the
the TV
TVscreen.
screen.
EXITe:
EXITe:Exits
Exitsthe
the menu.
menu.
Usethese
Use thesebuttons
buttons in
in Media Play
Media Playand Anynet+
andAnynet+ modes (p. 39, 48).
modes.
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that have
have the the Anynet+
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feature)

Buttonsused
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the Channel
Channel List, Internet@TV, Media Play
List, Internet@TV, Media Playmenu, etc. etc.
menu,
Navigation

3 Tap the Navigation or Menu button.


4 Tap Services.

Keyboard
INTERNET@TV: Link to various internet
INTERNET@TV: Link to various internet
TV Control Services TV Control Services services (p. 52).
services.
Displays Media Play
MEDIA.P: Displays
MEDIA.P: Media Play.(p. 39).
Sets the
3D:Sets
3D: the 3D
3D mode.
mode.(p. 22).
Turns the
AD:Turns
AD: the audio
audiodescription
description ononandand
off This
off. (p. 26).
is This is not available
not available in somein some
locations.
locations.
Displays channel
CHLIST: Displays
CHLIST: channellists onon
lists thethe
screen
(p. 16).
screen.
SRS:
SRS:Selects SRSTruSurround
Selects SRS TruSurround HDHD mode
mode.
(p. 25).
P.SIZE:
P.SIZE: Selects thepicture
Selects the picturesize
size.
(p. 21).
SUBT.:
SUBT.: Displays digitalsubtitles
Displays digital subtitles. (p. 28).
DUAL:
DUAL: Sound effectselection
Sound effect selection.(p. 27).

Selects the on-screen menu


items and changes the values
seen on the menu.

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2. Product specifications

„¦„ Setting
Setting Up Your Remote
Up Your Remotey

01 01Getting Started
¦ Setting Up Your Remote
You can set up your 3” LCD Touch Control to control your TV in three ways:
You can set up your 3” LCD Touch Control to control your TV in three ways:

Getting Started
As a standard, IR (Infra Red) remote
As a standard, IR (Infra Red) remote
As an IR remote, your LCD Touch Control works the same way as a standard push button remote, except you touch icons and
symbols
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remote, yourscreen to control
LCD Touch yourworks
Control TV instead of pushing
the same way as buttons.
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no more set up than a standard remote and gives you access to most of the remote’s functions and features.
As an extended distance, Wi-Fi remote
As an extended distance, Wi-Fi remote
As an extended distance, Wi-Fi remote, your Touch Control offers all the functions and features of the IR mode and, because
it uses
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As a networked, Wi-Fi remote
As a networked, Wi-Fi remote, your Touch Control gives you all the functions and features of the IR and the extended distance
modes
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install Samsung’s PC Share Manager on your PC. You can download PC Share Manager from http://www.samsung.com.
¦ Setting up the Network
„¦„ Setting
Setting up the Network
up the Network
You can set up a wireless network for the 3-inch remote control.
You can set up a wireless network for the 3-inch remote control.
How to connect using PBC (WPS)
How to connect using PBC (WPS)
If your router has a PBC (WPS) button, follow these steps: Press the PBC button on the
Connect
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router has to your
PBC (WPS)LAN.
button, follow these steps: access
Press point button
the PBC within 120
on the
2. Connect
1. your TV screen,
On the Services to your LAN.
touch Settings → Remote Settings. access seconds.
point within 120
Remaining Time : 112
seconds.
3. On
2. the Services screen, touch Settings → Remote Settings.
Touch Network. Remaining Time : 112
Stop
4. Touch Network.
3. Touch the PBC(WPS).
Stop
5. Touch
4. the PBC(WPS).
If the Press PBC button on the access point within 120 seconds. message appears,
5. Ifpress the PBC button on the device to connect.
the Press PBC button on the access point within 120 seconds. message appears,

pressForthemore
PBC information,
button on therefer
device to connect.
to the wireless network setup manual of the device to be connected.
6. ✎
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box will be disappeared
6. automatically.
If the device is connected properly to the TV after starting count on message box then message box will be disappeared

automatically.
If the connection fails, please retry after 2 minutes.
✎ If the connection fails, please retry after 2 minutes.
Connecting to network
Connecting to network
To setup the wireless connection automatically, follow these steps:
Network
Follow
1. setup
To theSteps 1 through
wireless 3 in the
connection “How to connect
automatically, follow using
these PBC (WPS)” procedure.
steps:
Select a network.
Network

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Steps 1 through
intended 3 in the
network “Howbe
cannot to found
connect using
in the list,PBC (WPS)”toprocedure.
select open the list of
Select a network.
✎ Ifnetworks again.network cannot be found in the list, select
the intended to open the list of
Auto Configuration
Auto Configuration
2. Selectnetworks
a networkagain.
and connect to the network using the encryption method (PIN, security Unsecured
key, ad-hoc,
2. Select etc.)and
a network set for the network.
connect to the network using the encryption method (PIN, security Unsecured
Secured
key, ad-hoc, etc.) set for the network.
3. When the network connection is complete, select Test to perform a network test.

3. WhenFor
thethe
network connection
automatic is complete,
IP, the AP select Test
will automatically to perform
define a network test.
the IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Secured
Unsecured

✎ Gateway and DNS server.


For the automatic IP, the AP will automatically define the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Unsecured
Secured

✎ Gateway and DNS server.


For the manual IP, you can select Edit and directly enter the IP Address, Subnet PBC(WPS)
Secured

✎ For the manual IP,and


Mask, Gateway youDNS server.
can select Edit and directly enter the IP Address, Subnet PBC(WPS)

✎ Mask, Gateway and DNS server.


For Full Touch Control instructions, please read the Touch Control's user manual.
✎ For Full Touch Control instructions, please read the Touch Control's user manual.
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2. Product specifications

„„ Setting Up Your Remotey Plug & Play (Initial Setup)

01 Getting Started
When the TV is initially powered on, a sequence of on-screen prompts will assist in configuring basic settings. Press the
POWERP button. Plug & Play is available only when the Input source is set to TV.
✎ To return to the previous step, press the Red button.
1 Turn on the TV and
Touch Control.
y Turn on the Touch Control and then tap OK on your
remote.
✎ It may take about one minute to establish a wireless
connection between the TV and Touch Control
using the Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter.

2 Connect the
Samsung Wireless
y Connect the Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter to the TV. You can connect the Samsung
Wireless LAN Adapter using one of the methods shown on page 35.
LAN Adapter y If the connection fails, reconnect the Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter and then try again.

3 Selecting a
language
Press the ▲ or ▼ button, then press the ENTERE button.
Select the desired OSD (On Screen Display) language.

4 Selecting Store
Demo or
Press the ◄ or ► button, then press the ENTERE button.
y Select the Home Use mode. Store Demo Mode is for retail environments.
Home Use y To return the unit’s settings from Store Demo to Home Use (standard): Press the volume
button on the TV. When the OSD volume is displayed, press and hold MENU for 5 sec.

5 Selecting a country Press the ▲ or ▼ button, then press the ENTERE button.
Select the appropriate country.
✎ After selecting the country in the Country menu, some models may proceed with an
additional option to setup the pin number.
✎ When you input the PIN number, 0-0-0-0 is not available.

6 Selecting an
antenna
Press the ▲ or ▼ button, then press the ENTERE button.
Select Air or Cable.

7 Selecting a channel Press the ▲ or ▼ button, then press the ENTERE button.
Select the channel source to memorise. When setting the antenna source to Cable, a step
appears allowing you to assign numerical values (channel frequencies) to the channels. For
more information, refer to Channel → Auto Store (p. 18).
✎ Press the ENTERE button at any time to interrupt the memorisation process.
8 Setting the Clock
Mode
Set the Clock Mode automatically or manually.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Auto, then press the ENTERE button.

9 Time Zone Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the your time zone, then press the ENTERE button.
(depending on the country)

10 Viewing the HD
Connection Guide.
The connection method for the best HD screen quality is displayed.

11 Enjoy your TV. Press the ENTERE button.

If You Want to Reset This Feature...


Select Setup - Plug & Play (Initial Setup). Enter your 4 digit PIN number. The default PIN number is “0-0-0-0.” If you want to
change the PIN number, use the Change PIN function.

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4. Troubleshooting

4. Troubleshooting
4-1. Troubleshooting
1. Check the various cable connections first.
• Check to see if there is a burnt or damaged cable.
• Check to see if there is a disconnected or loose cable connection.
• Check to see if the cables are connected according to the connection diagram.
2. Check the power input to the Main Board.
3. How to distinguish if the problem is caused by Main Board or T-Con Board.
a. In case of No Video : If the problem is No Video but BLU is on and Indication LED is blinking repeatedly,
check the LVDS cable first. If the problem exits change the T-con Board and then Main Board.
b. Distorted Picture : Check the internal patterns from the SVC option.
FBE : Factory mode (ASIA: MUTE  1  8  2  POWER ON / EU: INFO  MENU 
MUTE  POWER ON when TV is “standby on")  SVC  Test Pattern  FBE Pattern Sel
“FBE pattern is created by Main IC(Valencia)
Case1: FBE pattern is ok , then change the T-con Board.
Case2: FBE pattern is NG , change the main Board.

Panel

Sub Board

T-CON

SMPS Main Board

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4. Troubleshooting

„„ Simple flow chart of malfunction

Yes
Does the TV turn on?

No
Can you see anything Yes
on the screen?

No
Can you see Yes
OSD menu running on
the screen?

No
Can you see Digital
Channel broadcast ?
Check LVDS cable connected
Check the Power Cord to Main Board.
If necessary,
replace the Main Board
No
Yes

Replace the Main Board

Check LVDS
is any sound of TV Yes No
cable connected. Change the main board.
when RF signal If necessary replace the
connected? T-con board.

No

No Check 30p cable.


A5V appear at
If necessary, replace the
the pin 7?
SMPS board.

Yes

B13V appear at the No


Change the main board.
Pin 23~28 of CN201?

Yes

Please, contact Tech support.

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4. Troubleshooting

4-3
4. Troubleshooting

„„ Troubleshooting about new functions


• AllShare
Problem Possible Solution

• General

I see no device connected to AllShare. • To use a device connected to AllShare, the device must be connected to PC
Share Manager which is the DLNA server for MediaPlay and to a cell phone that
has the Connected Home or Screen Share function which are found on Samsung
Smartphones.
• Check that the PC Share Manager is enabled, the Samsung TV is set to allow
connections and the ScreenShare function on the connected cell phone is enabled.
• To use the cell phone’s Connected Home function, check that the shared folder is
set and the Share mode is ‘On.’

I tried to play a video from my cell phone • When a video is transmitted from Connected Home to a TV for the first time, the
using the Connected Home function on the settings screen that allows transfer to a TV is displayed.
Samsung TV but the video would not display • Check that the transfer was not set to be rejected on this settings screen. If you
on the TV. have set the cell phone to ‘Blocked’ in the ‘Media’ options of the AllShare settings,
please change the setting to ‘Unblocked’ and retry.

A video that can be played on my cell phone • Please check the resolution and display format provided by MediaPlay of the TV.
cannot be played on my TV.

I cannot resume playback of a video using • The resuming function is not supported for a video played on a cell phone.
Connected Home.

When I play a video through Connected • An 801.11b/g bandwidth network is used between a cell phone and a sharing
Home, I get intermittent picture loss. device. There may be frequent buffering for HD quality videos, this also depends
on the condition of the wireless connection.
• Please optimize your wireless Internet environment settings (avoid using wireless
Internet or bluetooth altogether if possible) or lower the picture quality of the video.

• Notification

Can all devices with the DLNA function be • Only Samsung software and devices with the DLNA server function can be
recognized through Notification? recognized through Notification.

Can I use all the services related to DLNA? • Presently, you can only use the services related to ScreenShare and MediaPlay.
We will launch a new DLNA service in the future.

The notification screen that appears after • The DLNA Notification is only displayed when a device is first connected to a TV.
a device connects disappears within a few To access the device again, please use the AllShare menu.
seconds.
How can I access this connected device
again?

• ScreenShare Client

I cannot find the RUIS on my cell phone. 1. Check that the cell phone is connected to the wireless sharing device correctly.
2. Check that the DTV is connected either using a network cable or wirelessly to the
wireless sharing device correctly.
3. Confirm the IP address and subnet mask to ensure that the cell phone and DTV
are connected to the same network.
4. Check that the RUIS on the cell phone is enabled.
5. If the RUIS on the cell phone is enabled, please disable it and then enable it again.

4-4
4. Troubleshooting

Problem Possible Solution

• ScreenShare Server

I cannot find the remote control service 1. Check that the ScreenShare Client device is correctly connected to the network of
provided by the ScreenShare Server from the the sharing device that the DTV is connected to.
ScreenShare Client. 2. Run network test in the network setup menu and confirm that MAC Address, IP
Address, Subnet, Gateway, DNS Server and Gateway Ping each shows a success
message.
3. In the network setup menu, check that the ScreenShare Client and ScreenShare
Server are on the same subnet.
- You can confirm they are on the same subnet by checking the IP address,
subnet mask and gateway address of the TV and ScreenShare Client as follows:
- If the IP address of the DTV is 10.88.83.4 and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0,
the first six digits of the ScreenShare Client’s IP address must be the same
(10.88.83) as that of the DTV, and the subnet mask and gateway address must
be the same as the DTV.
- If the IP address of the DTV is 10.88.83.4 and the subnet mask is 255.255.0.0,
the first four digits of the ScreenShare Client’s IP address must be the same
(10.88) as that of the DTV, and the subnet mask and gateway address must be
the same as the DTV.
4. Move from the Allshare screen to the Setup screen, and open the Setup menu to
check if the ScreenShare Client is connected to the same ScreenShare Server as
the TV name shown in the Setup options.
5. Move from the Allshare screen to the Setup screen, and open ScreenShare to
check that the device, ScreenShare Client, is found on the list at the right side and
is set to “Allowed."

The DTV did not update after pressing • Check that the TV is turned on.
buttons on the remote control that uses the You cannot turn on the TV using the remote control service (on the ScreenShare)
remote control service on the ScreenShare when the TV is turned off.
Client.

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4. Troubleshooting

• Network Setup
Problem Possible Solution

How do I setup the network? • Click the [Menu] button and open [Setup] to select [Network].
Configure wired or wireless network settings.
For details, please refer to the IB.

How do I check the network status? • Select [Menu]  [Setup]  [Network] and run [Network Test] to see test results and
check the network status.

In a network test over a wired connection, • If the IP address, subnet mask and gateway address were typed in manually,
the second items which include the IP check that valid values were entered.
address, subnet, gateway and DNS server (For example, 0.0.0.0 is not valid for an IP address, subnet mask or gateway
fail. address.)
If the IP address the user entered in is invalid, change it to a valid IP address.

In a network test over a wired connection, 1. Check that the network cable is connected to the TV correctly.
the third item, gateway ping fails. 2. If the TV is connected correctly, check whether the IP address is automatic or
manual.
3. If the IP is automatic and connected to a sharing device, check the settings of the
sharing device (AP) that is using a cable connection, or consult the corresponding
Internet service provider.
4. If the IP is manual, check if the IP address is entered correctly.
(Here, the user should confirm if the manual IP address entered in is valid.)

cannot connect to a wireless network. 1. If an encryption key must be entered in to connect to a sharing device, please
check that the correct password set for the sharing device is entered.
2. Search surrounding sharing devices to see if there is a sharing device with the
same SSID by selecting [Wireless Network Setup] and [Select Network].
If there is a sharing device with the same SSID, try to connect to this device.
3. If the IP address is set to automatic and you cannot connect to the sharing
device using option 1 or 2, check the settings of the sharing device to see if the
DHCP server function on the sharing device is enabled. If disabled, activate the
function. (For details on how to set up the sharing device, see the manual for the
corresponding sharing device.)
4. If you still cannot connect to the sharing device after confirming options 1, 2 and 3,
reset the sharing device and try again.

When using a wireless network, the user’s 1. Check if the sharing device of the user supports WPS.
wireless sharing device cannot connect to (Refer to the manual of the sharing device.)
the PBC (WPS). 2. Check if the user pressed the PBC button on the sharing device.
3. If there is another sharing device with WPS running nearby, a connection cannot
be made. Please retry after 2 minutes.
4. Reset the sharing device and retry.
5. If the sharing device of the user is not Wi-Fi certified, it may not be able to connect
using WPS.

The auto-configuring sharing device cannot 1. Check if the sharing device of the user supports auto configuration.
be connected to automatically through a (For a list of sharing devices, refer to the IB or website.)
wireless dongle. 2. If the sharing device of the user supports auto configuration, place the sharing
(Here, the user’s sharing device must device as close as possible to the wireless dongle on the TV and try to re-establish
support auto-configuration.) the connection. (Must be placed close to the TV to establish a connection.)

Cannot connect to a wireless network (2) or • There could be several causes of the connection failure. Check the AP settings to
AP. see if the following condition is found.
• The Pure high-Throughput 802.11n mode (or Greenfield 802.11n mode) is selected
and the Encryption type is set to WEP, TKIP or TKIP-AES.
• Under the conditions stated above, Samsung TVs will not support a connection in
compliance with new Wi-Fi certification specifications. This is intended to maximize
the performance of the AP, TV and TV network.
To connect to the AP, set the Encryption type to AES. If Pure High-Throughput
802.11n mode (or Greenfield 802.11n mode) is selected and the Encryption type
is set to AES, your Samsung TV will connect to the AP providing you with optimum
performance.

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4. Troubleshooting

Problem Possible Solution

Although the TV is placed close to the AP • Select [Menu]  [Setup]  [Network] and check if SWL is Off.
and the dongle is inserted into the TV, the If the AP is turned off, the TV will try to re-establish a connection for 2 minutes.
sharing device cannot be connected to using
auto-configuration.

Although the TV is placed close to the AP • Check if the AP is not turned off during connection.
and the dongle is inserted into the TV, the If the AP is turned off, the TV will try to re-establish a connection for 2 minutes.
sharing device cannot be connected to using
auto-configuration and a message that it is
connecting is displayed only.

In order to use the Samsung Auto • The Samsung Auto Configuration feature is designed to establish an auto
Configuration function, I did as the user connection between the TV and the gateway of the AP. It performs a connection
manual instructed. I get a message that test if the AP is connected to an external network.
connecting to an external network has failed. If the AP is not connected to an external network, a message that establishing a
connection to an external network has failed is displayed. In this case, connect the
AP to an external network. After a connection to the external network is established
through a network test, you can use the network without any problem.
Check if the AP is connected to an external network.
If you perform a test when a connection to an external network is established
through a LAN cable, you will obtain successful test results.

When SWL is On, I cannot connect to the • SWL is connected to a Wi-Fi mobile device which uses 2.4GHz bandwidth and
5GHz Wi-Fi mobile device. supports PBC (Push Button Configuration) mode.
A mobile device which uses 5GHz or 2.4GHz bandwidth but does not support PBC
cannot be connected to the TV.
* WPS: WPS is the acronym for Wi-Fi Protected Setup, and includes two types:
PBC (Push Button Configuration) type which performs cross certification with the
press of a button and PIN type which performs cross certification when a PIN
(Personal Identification Number) code is entered.

Although the TV is placed close to the AP • If Samsung Wireless Link is On, a 5G-bandwidth wireless sharing device may not
and the dongle is inserted into the TV, the be found in a search (restriction).
sharing device cannot be connected to using • If Samsung Wireless Link is Off or the product does not have the Samsung
auto-configuration and a message that it is Wireless Link function, please retry searching to find the sharing device. (May not
connecting is displayed only. be found in a search depending on the settings of the wireless connection.)

In a network test over a wireless connection, • If the IP address, subnet mask and gateway were typed in manually, check that
the second items which include the IP valid values were entered. (For example, 0.0.0.0 is not valid for an IP address,
address, subnet, gateway and DNS server subnet mask or gateway address.)
fail. • If the IP address the user entered in is invalid, change it to a valid IP address.

In a network test over a wireless connection, 1. If the IP address is automatic and connected to a sharing device, check the
the third item, gateway ping fails. settings of the sharing device (AP) that is using a cable connection, or consult the
corresponding Internet service provider.
2. If the IP address is manual, check that the IP address is entered in correctly.
(Here, the user should confirm if the manual IP entered in is valid.)

In a network test over a wireless connection, • Please consult the corresponding Internet service provider (an Internet network
the fourth item, Internet service test fails. service provider the user has subscribed to such as KT).

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4. Troubleshooting

• InfoLink
Problem Possible Solution

I want to select another song in the • Only the default song provided in the widget is available.
slideshow.

The "Recent Photos" change continuously. • The corresponding information is received from the CP and is irrelevant to your TV.
The "Recent Photos" are updated in real time.

The same news articles are always shown. • The corresponding information is received from the CP and is irrelevant to your TV.
(The list of articles is not updated.) New data can only be received if the data provided by the CP is updated.

After I have created my account and logged • This occurs because you are not connected to your partner account for Samsung
into the system, when I enter My Apps or My Apps. Connect to your partner account on the Settings page using your actual PC-
Cyber Cash on My Page, the message "Your website account and then try again.
login account has a problem." is displayed.

The Goods List icons disappear temporarily. • Since the goods information including the icons is downloaded via the Internet to
be displayed on the screen, they may be shown with a delay depending on your
network status.

When I select this operation and press • To use the Internet@TV normally, you must connect to the Internet and agree to
"Enter" on my remote control, I am not the User License Agreement.
moved to the proper page and a detailed
advert page is displayed.

I cannot find the city for which I want to view • You can add up to 20 cities.
weather.

How many cities can I add to My Interest • Select [Menu]  [Setup]  [Network] and check if SWL is Off.
Cities?

How frequently is weather information • Weather information is real-time information but there may be a slight time
updated? difference. If the Widget is run continually, the weather information is updated every
30 minutes.

No traffic information is shown. • Traffic information for countries and areas is limited. As of December 2009, traffic
information is only provided for the USA, England, France, and China (some big
cities).

What are the differences between the map • MAP: Normal street map. Satellite: Satellite photo.
types? Hybrid: Satellite photo + street map

No map is displayed. 1. Check whether the map is magnified too much.


Try to change to a middle zoom ratio.
2. There may be no map data for a location in an ocean.
Try to use the Search function to search the map using a location name.
3. Connect to the Google Maps website (http://maps.google.com) and check whether
the Google Maps server is operating normally.

What is the difference between when I use • When you enter the widget after logging in, you can save the video you are
the widget after logging in and when I use the watching in the storage space assigned to your login account. You can also view
widget without logging in? the videos added as your favorites from the Favorites category or from the favorites
of your YouTube site account (http://youtube.com/).

What is the difference between when I use • When you enter the widget after logging in, you can zzim (select) the video you
the widget after logging in and when I use the are watching and save it in the storage assigned to your login account. From the
widget without logging in? My Zzim category, you can also view the videos you zzimed (selected) on the KBS
zzim website (http://www.kbs.co.kr/zzim/section/) or your TV.

How many videos can I save on the TV Box? • You can save up to 40 videos.

Where can I create my login ID and charge • You can create your ID and charge your SBS cyber money account on the
my cyber money? SBS website (http://www.sbs.co.kr).

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4. Troubleshooting

Problem Possible Solution

I cannot log into Twitter. • To use Twitter, you must log in to it first.
Create your account on the Settings page, register your created account on the
Twitter website (www.twitter.com), and then log in to Twitter using your registered
ID. If you cannot access Twitter after you have logged in, it may be a temporary
service error. Try again after a while.

I logged into the system with a different user • It is not supported to have different interests for each login user.
account. But the interests do not change. You can set up to 20 interests.

The current time does not change. • The current time is designed to be updated every hour.

How can I view the weather after a week? • The weather information is only provided for a week from today.

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4. Troubleshooting

4-1-1. No Power

-- The PD board relay does not work when connecting the power cord.
Symptom
-- The units appears to be dead.

The PD relay does not work when connecting the power cord if the cables are improperly connected or the
Main Board or PD is not functioning. In this case, check the following:
Major -- Check the internal cable connection status inside the unit.
checkpoints -- Check the fuses of each part.
-- Check the output voltage of PD.
-- Replace the Main Board.

SMPS Main Board

When power on, check the sound of No


check a connection power cable.
relay on?
Yes

Does proper Stand-By DC A5V


No Change the Main Power assembly.
appear at the PIN 7 of CN2?
Yes

Does proper Main


DC B12VS : Pin1, No
Diagnostics B5V :Pin11 B13V : Pin 23 ?
Yes

Does proper DC A3.3V appear at No Change the IC1002 or the Main Assy.
the pin3 of IC1002?

Yes

Does proper DC B3.3V appear at No Change the IC1007, IC1003 or


the pin8 of IC1007, B9V appear at the Main Assy.
3pin of IC1003?
Yes

No Change the IC3, IC1005 or


Does proper Valencia core the Main Assy.
3.3V,1.1V appear at C7001, C7022?

Yes

A power is supplied to No Check a other function(No picture part).


panel appear at TP62? Replace a LCD Panel.

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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4. Troubleshooting

4-1-2. No Video (Analog PC signal)

Symptom -- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.

-- Check the PC source


Major -- Check the IC7001(Valencia)
checkpoints
-- Check if the LVDS cable is loose or not.

SMPS Main Board

No video

Yes

Check the PC source and check the Input an analog PC signal.


No Check the connected cable.
connection of DSUB?
Yes

Does the signal appear at No Change the PC cable.


1
Pin 1,2,3,13,14(R,G,B,H,V) ? Change the main PCB assembly.

Yes
Diagnostics
Does the digital appear at output of IC6001?
No Change the IC6001 or the main PCB
2 check R3245, R3246, R3247, BD3013,
assembly.
BD3014(R, G, B, H, V)
Yes

Check the LVDS cable? No Please, contact Tech support


Replace the LCD panel?

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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4. Troubleshooting

„„ WAVEFORMS

1 2 PC Input (V-Sync, H-Sync)

3 LVDS Out (CLK + / -)

4-12
4. Troubleshooting

4-1-3. No Video (HDMI - Digital Signal)

Symptom -- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.

-- Check the HDMI source


Major
-- Check the IC7001(Valencia)
checkpoints
-- Check if the LVDS cable is loose or not.

SMPS Main Board

No video

Yes

Check the HDMI source and Input an HDMI signal.


No Check the connected cable.
check the connection of HDMI cable?
Yes
First of all check the setting of the
Does the signal appear at external device.
IC3013 pin1~6, 99, 100(HDMI1), No
4 And then check the HDMI cable.
pin8~15(HDMI2), pin17~24(HDMI3), If the problem still occurs,
pin26~33(HDMI4)? replace the Main Board.
Diagnostics
Yes

Does the digital data appear at output of No Change the IC3013 or


5
IC3013 pin80~87(HDMI output)? the main PCB assembly.

Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Change the IC7001 or


7
Pin 11~81 of CN1701 ? the main PCB assembly.

Yes

Check the LVDS cable?


Check the T-con board? No Please, contact Tech support.
Replace the LCD panel?

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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4. Troubleshooting

„„ WAVEFORMS

4 5 HDMI Input (CLK + / -)

6 Tuner CVBS Out (Pattern: Grey Bar)

7 TS DATA Out (Clk, Data [0])

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4. Troubleshooting

4-1-4. No Video (Tuner_CVBS)

Symptom -- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.

-- Check the Tuner CVBS source


Major
-- Check the Valencia
checkpoints
-- Check if the LVDS cable is loose or not.

SMPS Main Board

No video

Yes

Check the RF source and No Input the RF signal.


check the connection of RF cable? Check the connected cable.
Yes

Does the signal appear at No Change the TU2 or


6
pin11, 12 of TU2? the main PCB assembly.
Yes
Diagnostics
Does the digital data appear at No Change the IC7001 or
5
Pin 11~81 of CN1701 ? the main PCB assembly.

Yes

Check the LVDS cable? No


Replace the LCD panel? Please, contact Tech support.

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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4. Troubleshooting

„„ WAVEFORMS

5 Tuner CVBS Out (Pattern: Grey Bar)

6 Eagle+ Out (Clk, H-Sync)

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4. Troubleshooting

4-1-5. No Video (Tuner DTV)

Symptom -- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.

-- Check the DTV source


Major
-- Check the Valencia
checkpoints
-- Check if the LVDS cable is loose or not.

SMPS Main Board

No video

Yes

Check the RF source and No Input the RF signal.


check the connection of RF cable? Check the connected cable.
Yes

7 Does the signal appear at No Change the TU2 or


pin11,12 of TU2? the main PCB assembly.

Yes
Diagnostics

Does the digital data appear at No Change the IC7001 or


5
Pin 11~81 of CN1701 ? the main PCB assembly.

Yes

Check the LVDS cable? No


Replace the LCD panel? Please, contact Tech support.

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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4. Troubleshooting

„„ WAVEFORMS

5 Tuner CVBS Out (Pattern: Grey Bar)

7 TS DATA Out (Clk, Data [0])

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4. Troubleshooting

4-1-6. No Video (Video CVBS)

Symptom -- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.

-- Check the Video CVBS source


Major
-- Check the Valencia
checkpoints
-- Check if the LVDS cable is loose or not.

SMPS Main Board

No video

Yes

Check the video source and No Input a video signal.


check the connection of video cable? Check the connected cable.

Yes

5 No Change the CN3005 or


Does the signal appear at R3070?
the main PCB assy.
Diagnostics
Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Change the IC7001 or


5
Pin 11~81 of CN1701 ? the main PCB assembly.

Yes

Check the LVDS cable? No


Replace the LCD panel? Please, contact Tech support.

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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„„ WAVEFORMS

5 Tuner CVBS Out (Pattern: Grey Bar)

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4-1-7. No Video (Component)

Symptom -- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.

-- Check the Component source


Major
-- Check the Valencia
checkpoints
-- Check if the LVDS cable is loose or not.

SMPS Main Board

No video

Yes

Check component source and


check the connection of No Input a component signal.
component cable ? Check the connected cable.

Yes

Does the signal appear at No Change the CN3004 or


9
R3065, R3066, R3064(Y,Pb,Pr)? the main PCB assy.
Diagnostics
Yes

Does the digital data appear at No Change the IC7001 or


5
Pin 11~81 of CN1701 the main PCB assembly.

Yes

Check the LVDS cable? No


Replace the LCD panel? Please, contact Tech support.

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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„„ WAVEFORMS

5 Tuner CVBS Out (Pattern: Grey Bar)

9 Component Input (Y/Pb)

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4-1-8. No Sound

Symptom -- Video is normal but there is no sound..

-- When the speaker connectors are disconnected or damaged.


Major
-- When the sound processing part of the Main Board is not functioning.
checkpoints
-- Speaker defect..

SMPS Main Board

No sound

Yes

Check the sound source and


check the connection of No Input a sound signal.
sound cable? Check the connected cable.

Yes

Does the signal appear at main board?


No Change the CN3005 (COMP, AV),
COMP/AV : R3069, R3071
0 CN3011(PC), CN3002(Audio out) or
PC : R109, R113
Diagnostics Monir out : R3034, R3036 the Main PCB assy.

Yes

Does the digital data appear at


Main board? No
!
R189 : VAL_MCLK Change IC7001, IC2001 or
R190 : VAL_BCLK the main PCB assy.
R191 : VAL_LRCLK
R192 : VAL_DATA
Yes

Does the signal appear at No Change IC303, IC2004_WF or


@
Pin1~4 on CN9, Pin1~4 on CN10? the main PCB assy.
Yes

Replace the speaker. No


Please, contact Tech support.

Caution Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the PD board.

Notice Refer to the next page for detailed locations.

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„„ WAVEFORMS

0 Audio Input (Sign Wave)

! I2S Input (Clk, Data)

@ Audio Amp Out (Sign Wave)

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UC9000 PD BOARD DIAGNOSIS

1. General PD board Diagnosis


Disconnect the wire between PD board and Main board.
Short Circuit 22Pin and 24pin of CNM801 ▶ If the BLU on , we can consider PD board is acting correctly.
2. LED Driver output diagnosis
Measure voltage at CD477 or CD437 which are criteria for judgement
Measure voltage at CD403 or CD418 which are criteria for judgement

46" LED Driver output criteria for judgemen

Voltage at the CD477 or CD437 110~130V 148~215V 330~370V


PD board is in out of order or bottom PD board is acting Bottom LED bar wire is
Judgement
LED bars of the panel are short circuit. normally. down.

Voltage at the CD403 or CD418 110~130V 148~215V 330~370V


Judgement PD board is in out of order or top LED PD board is acting Top LED bar wire is
bars of the panel are short circuit. normally. down.

55" LED Driver output criteria for judgement

Voltage at the CD477 or CD437 110~130V 148~215V 330~370V


PD board is in out of order or bottom PD board is acting Bottom LED bar wire is
Judgement
LED bars of the panel are short circuit. normally. down.

Voltage at the CD403 or CD418 110~130V 148~215V 330~370V


Judgement PD board is in out of order or top LED PD board is acting Top LED bar wire is
bars of the panel are short circuit. normally. down.

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3. SMPS output diagnosis
Measure voltage at below locations for SMPS output diagnosis
1 B12VS_PW 16 GND
2 B12VS_PW 17 GND
3 GND 18 GND
4 GND 19 GND
5 GND 20 GND
6 GND 21 GND
7 A5V 22 GND
8 NC 23 B13V
9 SW_POWER_OUT 24 B13V
10 SW_INERTER 25 B13V
11 B5V 26 B13V
12 B5V 27 B13V
13 B5V 28 B13V
14 B5V 29 ANA_DIM_OUT
15 GND 30 PWM_DIM_OUT

When 3D glass seems to have a trouble

Use your mobile phone's camera function for


IF the 3D emitter does not blink TV has a problem.
illuminating in front of 3D emitter
(3D emitter or Main Board is bad)

Where 3D emitter locates

IF the 3D emitter blinks

IF the 3D glass operates only right


in front of the 3D emitter 3D emitter is bad

IF the 3D glass does not


Power on the 3D glass right in front of the 3D emitter operates at all 3D glass is bad

IF the 3D glass operates well


No problem both 3D emitter and
regardless of the distance
3D glass

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Maximum distance from TV that 3D glass operates according to the angle


3~13 feet at 55°


19 feet at 45°


29 feet at 30°

32 feet at 15°

36 feet at 0°

* Every model has a different angle and distance because front cover is different.

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4-2. Alignments and Adjustments


4-2-1. General Alignment instruction
1. Usually, a color LED-TV needs only slight touch-up adjustment upon installation.
Check the basic characteristics such as height, horizontal and vertical sync.
2. Use the specified test equipment or its equivalent.
3. Correct impedance matching is essential.

4. Avoid overload. Excessive signal from a sweep generator might overload the front-end
of the TV. When inserting signal markers, do not allow the marker generator to distort test result.

5. Connect the TV only to an AC power source with voltage and frequency as specified on
the backcover nameplate.

6. Do not attempt to connect or disconnect any wire while the TV is turned on. Make sure
that the power cord is disconnected before replacing any parts.

7. To protect against shock hazard, use an isolation transformer.

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4-3. Factory Mode Adjustments


4-3-1 Entering Factory Mode
To enter ‘Service Mode’ Press the remote -control keys in this sequence :
- If you do not have Factory remote - control

Power OFF MUTE 1 8 2 Power On

- EU & ASIA(Austrailia) MODEL:


Power OFF INFO MENU MUTE Power On

4-3-2 How to Access Service Mode


Using the Customer Remote
1. Turn the power off and set to stand-by mode
2. Press the remote buttons in this order; MUTE-1-8-2-POWER ON to turn the set on.
3. The set turns on and enters service mode. This may take approximately 20 seconds.
4. Press the Power button to exit and store data in memory.
- If you fail to enter service mode, repeat steps 1 and 2 above.
Using the Factory Remote
1. Press the 'info'+'factory' key of your Factory Remote.
2. The set enters service mode right away.
Initial SERVICE MODE DISPLAY State
(If you entered Service Mode by Customer Remote , 'Expert' and 'Advanced' menu would be hidder for security)
Mode : CATV , RES : NOSIGNAL
Option T-VAL9DEUC-00xx
Control T-VAL9DEUC-00xx
SVC EDID SUCCESS
Expert CALIB : AV X COMP X PC O HDMI O
ADC/WB Option : 0000 1100 10
Advanced
T-VALDEU-XXXX
DTP-SP-VAL-1048
RFS:XX-XX-XX
2010-XX-XX
FRCS FW : 0111, CONFIG : 6D00
N240:0006
READING : 2010 CPLD :xxxxxx
Type : 46A2UF9E
Model : UE46C9000
MAC SUCCESS
CIP FAIL LOCK X
Factory Data Ver : 189
EERC Version : 81
DTP-AP-COMP-340
DTP-HIIG-0335
DTP-BP-0343-01
Date of purchase : --/--/----
"Advanced" is hidden menu.
You can not enter "Advanced" mode even you entered Service Mode using Factory Remote.
Buttons operations withn Service Mode
Menu Full Menu Display/Move to Parent Menu
Direction Keys / Item Selection by Moving the Cursor

Direction Keys / Data Increase / Decrease for the Selected Item


Source Cycles through the active input source that are connected to the unit

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4-3-3. How to Access ‘EDID SUCCESS’ Mode


At initial SERVICE MODE DISPLAY state, you’ll see ‘EDID SUCCESS’.
- If not, go to

Control EDID

And follow the procedure.

1. Set ON at EDID ON/OFF menu.


2. At EDID WRITE ALL menu, press ▶key of the remote control. After few seconds Success will appear.
3. If Failure appears, remove the PC cable and HDMI cable that connected to TV. And try it again.
4. If the problem still exists, go to HDMI EDID Ver menu, and change the HDMI version to HDMI 1.2 or HDMI 1.3.
5. Change the Main Board if same problem occurs.

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4-3-4. Factory Data


Option Factory Name Data Range
Factory Reset
Type 46A2UF9E/55A2UF9E
Local Set ...
Model UC9000
Tuner Auto
DDR
Light Effect OFF
Ch Table ...
Country EU / AD_Au(Austrailia)
Front Color W-Milky

Control Factory Name


EDID
Sub Option
PDP Option
Shop Option
Asia Option
SOUND
Config Option
SSC

EDID Factory Name Data Range


EDID ON/OFF ON/OFF
EDID WRITE ALL Success/Failure
EDID WRITE PC Success/Failure
HDMI EDID Ver HDMI1.2/HDMI1.3
HDMI EDID Port NONE/Not Support/HDMI2/HDMI3/HDMI4

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Sub Option Factory Name Data Range Factory Name Data Range
Region USA Info Link Server Type development
PnP Language ... TTX List ...
RF Mute Time 0ms TTX Group ...
RS-232 Jack Debug ND ADJ Support ON
Watchdog OFF 24Px4 Support ON
WD COUNT 0 Power Indicator ON
Support
Dimm Type EXT BD Wise Support ON
LVDS FORMAT VESA RF Remocon OFF
Support
Language_Arabic ... Data Service OFF
Support
TOOLS Support 31 PVR Support OFF
LNA Support OFF 3D Support ON
CI Support OFF Gemstar Support OFF
MediaPlay Movie with chapteri WSS Support ...
DLNA ON OTA Duration Test OFF
DB On with 10MB Alternate Del OFF
Play List ON
NETWORK Support Wireless
Info Link Country USA

PDP Option

Hotel Factory Name Data Range


Option
Hotel MODE ON
POWER ON CHANNEL 3
CHANNEL TYPE DTV
POWER ON VOLUME 10
MIN VOLUME 0
MAX VOLUME 100
PANEL BUTTON LOCK Unlock
POWER ON SOURCE TV

Shop Factory Name Data Range


Option
Shop Mode OFF
Exhibition Mode OFF

Asia Option Factory Name Data Range


TTX OFF
China HD OFF
NT Conversion OFF

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SOUND Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


High Devi OFF STA Amp Scale 0x5Eh
Carrier Mute ON/OFF STA Woofer Scale 0x6Eh
Volume Curve Type1 STA Speaker EQ ON/OFF
Pilot Level High Thld 0x30h STA Sub Woofer 4
Pilot Level Low Thld 0x10h STA EQ CheckSum TW 0xA86138
Chattering Cnt 5 STA EQ CheckSum WF
FM Prescale 0x14h STA PEQ Test Ready
AM Prescale 0x1Ah STA PEQ Dump
NICAM Prescale 0x14h SPDIF PCM Level -8
STA Amp Volume 0x3Fh

Config Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


Option
Num of ATV 1 DVI/HDMI SOUND Auto
Num of DTV 1 HDMI HOT PLUG Disable
Num of AV 1 HOTPLUG SWITCHING Boot
Num of SVIDEO 0 HOT PLUG OFF HOLD 1200ms
TIME
Num of COMP 1 HDMI FLT CNT SIG 100ms
Num of HDMI 4 HDMI FLT CNT LOS 100ms
Num of PC 1 UNSTABLE BAN CNT 1250ms
Num of SCART 0 HDMI Err Cnt 1
Num of DVI 0 HDMI ROBIN ON
Num of OPTICAL Link 0 HDMI Callback ON
Num of MEDIA 1 HDMI CTS Thld 0
Num of PANEL KEY 6 HDMI CTS Cnt1 0
Num of USB Port 2 HDMI 3D Det 1
MFT Offset 62.5 TMDS_EQ2_Boost 1
Select LCD/PDP LCD TMDS_EQ2_Gain 10
Num of DECODER 1 TMDS_PLL_Loop 3
Num of TUNER 1 TMDS_CPREG_BLEED 1
HDMI/DVI SEL 1 HDMI EQ AUTO
Indicator Led ON/OFF HDMI EDID CTRL Type Combine
Wall Mount OFF DVI SET TIME 300ms
HV Flip ON/OFF Type Of PANEL KEY Horizontal
Num Of Display 2 LD CTRL SELECT LIMIT_CTRL

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SSC Factory Name Data Range


SCC Mode
SSC ON/OFF
SSC Input Data Hx 272
Hy 278
Lx 272
Ly 278
Sscc Const sSCC Hx 548
sSCC Hy 591
sSCC Lx 546
sSCC Ly 585
pSCC Const pSCC Hx 548
pSCC Hy 591
pSCC Lx 546
pSCC Ly 558
SCC Source Data PBA
Swap PBA

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SVC Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


Test Pattern FBE Pattern Sel 0
LOGIC Pattern Sel 0
LOGIC Level Sel 255
READ PRE_PATT_SEL 0
READ POST_PATT_SEL 0
Reading PC Mode OFF
LDAsic Pattern Sel 0
FRCS Patt before DDR 0
FRCS Patt after DDR 0
FRCS PC Mode On/Off OFF
Failure
Panel Auto Setting Press ▶ and the Main Board will automatically read type of the Panel.
When change Main Board or Panel this menu will be helpful.
PANEL DISPLAY TIME -14Hr
LOGIC USB D/L ...
Failure 0
You can upgrade T-con program via USB. Put a upgrading file in USB
T-CON USB Download memory stick and insert it in USB1 or USB2 connector of the TV.
And press ▶ at the T-CON USB Download menu and it will download
the upgrading file from the USB memory stick.
TC905x7 TC90507 FFT Size_0 0
Guard Interval_0 0
Freq. Offset_0 0
SNR_0 0
IF AGC_0 0
TMCC Lock_0 0
TS Packet_0 0
Master Lock_0 0
A_Modulation_0 0
A_Code Rate_0 0
A_Timer InterLeave_0 0
A_Segments Num_0 0
A_BER_0 0
B_Modulation_0 0
B_Code Rate_0 0
B_Timer InterLeave_0 0
B_Segments Num_0 0
B_BER_0 0
C_Modulation_0 0
C_Code Rate_0 0
C_Timer InterLeave_0 0
C_Segments Num_0 0
C_BER_0

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Expert Factory Name Data Range


N/D ADJ OFF
Source ...

ADC/WB Factory Name


ADC
ADC Target
ADC Result
White Balance

ADC Factory Name Data Range


AV Calibration Failure
Comp Calibraion Failure
PC Calibration Success
HDMI Calibration Success

ADC Target Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


1st_AV_Low 64 2nd_AV_B_High 940
1st_AV_High 880 2nd_AV_Delta 1
1st_AV_Delta 1 2nd_COMP_R_Low 4
1st_COMP_Y_Low 64 2nd_COMP_G_Low 4
1st_COMP_Cb_Low 512 2nd_COMP_B_Low 4
1st_COMP_Cr_Low 512 2nd_COMP_R_High 940
1st_COMP_Y_High 940 2nd_COMP_G_High 940
1st_COMP_Cb_High 512 2nd_COMP_B_High 940
1st_COMP_Cr_High 512 2nd_COMP_Delta 1
1st_COMP_Delta 1 2nd_PC_R_Low 4
1st_PC_R_Low 16 2nd_PC_G_Low 4
1st_PC_G_Low 16 2nd_PC_B_Low 4
1st_PC_B_Low 16 2nd_PC_R_High 940
1st_PC_R_High 1004 2nd_PC_G_High 940
1st_PC_G_High 1004 2nd_PC_B_High 940
1st_PC_B_High 2nd_PC_Delta 1
1st_PC_B_High 1004 2nd_HDMI_R_Low 4
1st_PC_Delta 1 2nd_HDMI_G_Low 4
2nd_AV_R_Low 4 2nd_HDMI_B_Low 4
2nd_AV_G_Low 4 2nd_HDMI_R_High 940
2nd_AV_B_Low 4 2nd_HDMI_G_High 940
2nd_AV_R_High 940 2nd_HDMI_B_High 940
2nd_AV_G_High 940 2nd_HDMI_Delta 1

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ADC Result Factory Name Data Range


1st_Y_GH 250
1st_Y_GL 245
1st_Cb_BH ...
1st_Cb_BL ...
1st_Cr_RH ...
1st_Cr_RL ...
2nd_R_L 131
2nd_G_L 131
2nd_B_L 131
2nd_R_H 107
2nd_G_H 107
2nd_B_H 107

White Factory Name Data Range


Balance
Sub Brightness 128
R-Offset 512
G-Offset 512
B-Offset 512
Sub Contrast 128
R-Gain 548
G-Gain 512
B-Gain 520
Movie R-Offset ...
Movie B-Offset ...
Movie R-Gain ...
Movie B-Gain ...

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Advanced Factory Name


Picture
FBE3
WB Movie
SubSetting
Color Mapping
EPA 3D
CH_VDEC
AR_ADC
YC_Delay
Sharpness
Sharpness_LNA
LNA_Plus
LD Asic
3D
Reading
LED Driver
FRC
"Advanced" is hidden menu.
You can not enter "Advanced" mode even you entered Service Mode using Factory Remote.

FBE3 Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


BM_slope 44 LFUNC_OUT3 95
BM_start 40 LFUNC_OUT4 132
BM_start_max 110 LFUNC_OUT5 132
Lfunc_gain 128 UFUNC_TH1 17
Hfunc_gain 128 UFUNC_TH2 95
ACR-Offset 10 UFUNC_TH3 178
Skin-UV 136 UFUNC_OUT2 45
FBE Sub color 132 UFUNC_OUT3 75
M-Skin-UV 138 UFUNC_OUT4 255
M-Sub Color 128 UFUNC_OUT5 255
N_Skin_UV 128 PPHC_Red 0
N_Sub_Gamma 0 PPHC_Green 7
Color Gamut 128 PPHC_Blue 0
LFUNC_TH1 28 PPHC_Cyan 10
LFUNC_TH2 70 PPHC_Magenta -5
LFUNC_TH3 130 PPHC_Yellow -8
LFUNC_OUT2 12

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WB Movie Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


W/B MOVIE ON/OFF ON/OFF W2_Rgain ...
MODE Dynamic W2_Bgain ...
Color Tone ... W2_Roffset ...
MSub Brightness ... W2_Boffset ...
MSub Contrast ... Movie Contrast ...
N_Rgain ... Movie Bright ...
N_Bgain ... Movie Color ...
N_Roffset ... Movie Sharpness ...
N_Boffset ... Movie Tint ...
W1_Rgain ... Movie Backlight ...
W1_Bgain ... Movie Gamma ...
W1_Roffset ... M_Sub_Gamma ...
W1_Boffset ... HDMI Black Level ...

SubSetting Factory Name Data Range


Gamma 0.95
PWM Max 100
PWM Mid 10
PWM Min 0
Contrast Dimming OFF
7.5 IRE NTSC OFF
7.5 IRE OFFSET ...
48Hz Enable OFF
Peak Dimming ON
Dynamic CE ON

Color Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


Mapping
Auto_Red_R 50 Auto_Yellow_R 50
Auto_Red_G 0 Auto_Yellow_G 50
Auto_Red_B 0 Auto_Yellow_B 0
Auto_Green_R 0 Auto_Cyan_R 0
Auto_Green_G 50 Auto_Cyan_G 50
Auto_Green_B 0 Auto_Cyan_B 50
Auto_Blue_R 0 Auto_Magenta_R 50
Auto_Blue_G 0 Auto_Magenta_G 0
Auto_Blue_B 50 Auto_Magenta_B 50

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EPA 3D Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


Standard Contrast 95 V_3D PWM Delay_60 179
Standard Brightness 45 V_3D ANA Delay_60 305
Standard Sharpness 50 V_3D PWM Delay_50 161
Standard Color 50 V_3D ANA Delay_50 274
Standard Tint 0 Motion plus Delay 249
Standard Backlight 14 Home Delay 0
3D Contrast 95 Shop Delay 511
3D Brightness 45

CH_VDEC Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


AGC_mode 1 ST_Beg_NTSC 0
Gain_VCR 0 VS_Slice_Level 4
Y_Gain_Man 880 HS_Slice_Level 3
Y_Shape_sel 13 FB_Delay_adj 0
Y_Shape_SCM 29 RGB_Delay_adj 0
C_Shape_sel 4 slice_mod_fine 0
C_Shape_SCM 4 scm_fdet_lvl 150
If_iir 0 bl_range 3
If_filt_sel 6

AR_ADC Factory Name Data Range


PHASE 16
SOG_BW 3
SSC_PC 10
RGB_DLY 0

YC_Delay Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


PAL_BG 0 NTSC_443 0
PAL_DK 0 AV_PAL 0
PAL_I 0 AV_PAL_M 0
PAL_M 0 AV_PAL_N 0
PAL_N 0 AV_SECAM 0
SECAM_BG 0 AV_NT358 0
SECAM_DK 0 AV_NT443 0
SECAM_L 0 AV_PAL60 0
NTSC_358 0

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CH_DP Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


BD_MAX_PERCENT_X 45 BD_TOUCH_SUP_INV 24
BD_MAX_PERCENT_Y 40 DR_SIGMA_FIL_GAIN 20
BD_DETAIL_AMT_MAX 24 DR_GAIN_IN_ETE 8
BD_TOUCH_SUPP 8 SD2HD_Metric 227

Sharpness Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


Pre_GainH1 12 Post_GainPE2 100
Pre_GainH2 15 Post_GainPV1 55
Pre_GainH3 18 Post_GainPV2 80
Pre_GainV1 15 CTI_Gain 15
Pre_GainV2 15 Pre_LTIH 10
Pre_GainV3 8 LTI_H 20
Post_GainH1 24 LTI_V 12
Post_GainH2 36 PRE_CORING_H 6
Post_GainH3 0 PRE_CORING_V 6
Post_GainV1 20 POST_CORING 2
Post_GainV2 32 Pre_TOT 12
Post_GainV3 0 Post_TOT 32
Post_GainPE1 75 SH Sub Color 59

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Sharpness_ Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


LNA
S1_Pre_GainH1 7 S2_Post_GainH3 0
S1_Pre_GainH2 9 S2_Post_GainV1 8
S1_Pre_GainH3 10 S2_Post_GainV2 12
S1_Pre_GainV1 9 S2_Post_GainV3 0
S1_Pre_GainV2 9 S2_Post_GainPE1 30
S1_Pre_GainV3 4 S2_Post_GainPE2 40
S1_Post_GainH1 14 S2_Post_GainPV1 22
S1_Post_GainH2 21 S2_Post_GainPV2 32
S1_Post_GainH3 0 S3_Pre_GainH1 1
S1_Post_GainV1 12 S3_Pre_GainH2 1
S1_Post_GainV2 19 S3_Pre_GainH3 1
S1_Post_GainV3 0 S3_Pre_GainV1 1
S1_Post_GainPE1 45 S3_Pre_GainV2 1
S1_Post_GainPE2 60 S3_Pre_GainV3 0
S1_Post_GainPV1 33 S3_Post_GainH1 2
S1_Post_GainPV2 48 S3_Post_GainH2 3
S2_Pre_GainH1 4 S3_Post_GainH3 0
S2_Pre_GainH2 6 S3_Post_GainV1 2
S2_Pre_GainH3 7 S3_Post_GainV2 3
S2_Pre_GainV1 6 S3_Post_GainV3 0
S2_Pre_GainV2 6 S3_Post_GainPE1 7
S2_Pre_GainV3 3 S3_Post_GainPE2 10
S2_Post_GainH1 9 S3_Post_GainPV1 5
S2_Post_GainH2 14 S3_Post_GainPV2 8

LNA_Plus Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


FRCS SSC On/Off ON FRCS LVDS BitWidth
FRCS SSC Width 96 FRCS LVDS Sequence
FRCS SSC Freq 240 FRCS Hangup Detection ON
FRCS LVDS Format FRCS FMD Demo OFF

LD Asic Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


R_LD4_L3DD_RATIO 4 R_ALL_READ 0
R_LD4_LD_ON ON R_LVDS_TX_FMT 1
R_DELAY 0 R_LVDS_SW 0

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3D Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


EmitOn ON 2D3D Depth4 40
EmitStartPosi60 2 2D3D Depth5 50
EmitStartPosi50 2 2D3D Depth6 60
EmitStartPosi48 2 2D3D Depth7 70
3DSyncVstart60 275 2D3D Depth8 80
3DSyncVend60 840 2D3D Depth9 90
3DSyncVstart50 275 2D3D Depth10 100
3DSyncVend50 840 N240 PWM Delay_60 0
3DSyncVstart48 275 N240 ANA Delay_60 0
3DSyncVend48 840 N240 PWM Delay_50 0
2D3D Focus 128 N240 ANA Delay_50 0
2D3D Depth1 10 N240 PWM Delay_48 0
2D3D Depth2 20 N240 ANA Delay_48 0
2D3D Depth3 30

Reading Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


POST_FDISPLAY 0 HMVSRMargin_2X_H 6
RAMP_SPEED 1 HMVSRMargin_2X_M 6
POST_RAMP_SPEED 1 HMVSRMargin_2X_L 6
LVDS_RX_FMT 1 VMVSRMargin_2X 2
LVDS_TX_FMT 1 HSADPercentT1_2X 10
LVDS_RX_BIT 1 HSADPercentT2_2X 14
LVDS_TX_BIT 1 HMVSRMargin_FILM_H 6
POST_OUT1_ORDER 0 HMVSRMargin_FILM_M 6
POST_OUT2_ORDER 1 HMVSRMargin_FILM_L 6
POST_OUT3_ORDER 2 VMVSRMargin_FILM 2
POST_OUT4_ORDER 3 HSADPercentT1_FILM 10
CROSS_PATTERN OFF HSADPercentT2_FILM 14
EnableFB 1

LED Driver Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


VSYNC_DELAY_3D_50 0 VSYNC_DELAY_3D_60 6

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FRC FRCQ Factory Name Range Factory Name Range


Option
SSC_OnOff ON Film_Low_SD 40
SSC_Width 2 Film_Medium_SD 50
SSC_Freq 2 Film_High_SD 60
FMD_Demo 2 Film_Low_HD 70
CSB Vertical 275 Film_Medium_HD 80
CSB Horizontal 840 Film_High_HD 90
X_VStabStatVid 275 Video_Judder_Low 100
X_VStabStatF 840 Video_Judder_Med 0
X_VStabCorF 275 Video_Judder_High 0
X_VStabSensF 840 Hangup Detection 0
X_HaloSizStatVid 128 Q LVDS Sequence 0
X_HaloSizStatF 10 Q LVDS Format 0
X_HaloSizCorF 20 Q LVDS bit width 0
X_HaloSizSensF 30 PC_Mode_OnOff
FRCQ Factory Name Range Factory Name Range
Fallback
SensD_Film_Low 31 V_Len_Slope_Film 1
SensD_Film_Medium 31 SensD_Video 0
SensD_Film_High 31 Rel_Start_Video 20
Rel_Start_Film 20 Rel_Slope_Video 1
Rel_Slope_Film 3 H_Len_Start_Video 127
H_Len_Start_Film 127 H_Len_Slope_Video 1
H_Len_Slope_Film 1 V_Len_Start_Video 40
V_Len_Start_Film 40 V_Len_Slope_Video 1

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4-4. White Balance - Calibration


4-4-1 White Balance -Calibration

ADC/WB ADC AV Calibration


Comp Calibration
PC Calibration
HDMI Calibration

4-4-2 Service Adjustment


You must perform Calibration in the Lattice Pattern before adjusting the White Balance.

„„ Color Calibration
Adjust spec.
1. Source : HDMI
2. Setting Mode : 1280*720@60Hz
3. Pattern : Pattern #24 (Chess Pattern)

( Chess Pattern )

4. Use Equipment : CA210 & Master MSPG925 Generator

- Use other equipment only after comparing the result with that of the Master equipment.

Input mode Calibration Pattern


CVBS IN (Model_#1) Perform in NTSC B&W Pattern #24 Lattice
Component IN (Model_#6) Perform in 720p B&W Pattern #24 Lattice
Perform in VESA XGA (1024x768)
PC Analog IN (Model_#21) Lattice
B&W Pattern #24
HDMI IN Perform in 720p B&W Pattern #24 Lattice

<Table 1>

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„„ Method of Color Calibration (AV)


1) Apply the NTSC Lattice (N0. 3) pattern signal to the AV IN 1 port
2) Press the Source key to switch to “AV1" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the “ADC/WB" and “ADB" menu
5) Select the “AV Calibration" menu.
6) In “AV Calibration Off" status, press the “ " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the “AV Calibration" status from Failure to Success.

„„ Method of Color Calibration (Component)


1) Apply the 720p Lattice (N0. 6) pattern signal to the Component IN 1 port
2) Press the Source key to switch to “component" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the “ADC/WB" and “ADB" menu
5) Select the “Comp Calibration" menu.
6) In “Comp Calibration Off" status, press the “ " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the “Comp Calibration" status from Failure to Success.

„„ Method of Color Calibration (PC)


1) Apply the VESA XGA Lattice (N0. 21) pattern signal to the PC IN port
2) Press the Source key to switch to “PC" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the “ADC/WB" and “ADB" menu
5) Select the “PC Calibration" menu.
6) In “PC Calibration Off" status, press the “ " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the “PC Calibration" status from Failure to Success.

„„ Method of Color Calibration (HDMI)


1) Apply the 720p Lattice (N0. 6) pattern signal to the HDMI1/DVI IN port
2) Press the Source key to switch to “HDMI1" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the “ADC/WB" and “ADB" menu
5) Select the “HDMI Calibration" menu.
6) In “HDMI Calibration Off" status, press the “ " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the “HDMI Calibration" status from Failure to Success.

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4-4-3 White Balance - Adjustment

(low light) (hight light)

Sub Bright Sub Contrast


ADC/WB White Balance
R offset R gain
G offset G gain
B offset B gain

(W/B adjustment Condition refer next page)

4-5. Servicing Information


4-5-1 Upgrading the Software
Samsung may offer upgrades for TV’s firmware in the future.
Upgrades will be possible by connecting a USB drive to the USB port located on your TV.

1. Insert a USB drive containing the firmware upgrade


into the Wiselink Pro port on the side of the TV.
2. If pop up is showed, press the exit or or press the No
button. (If you press Yes button, display is changed to
Wiselink Pro Menu )
3. Press the MENU button to display the menu.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select “Setup", then press
the ENTER button.
4. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select “SW Upgrade", then
press the ENTER button.
5. Press the ENTER button.
The message “Scanning for USB... It may take up to 30
seconds." is displayed.
6. The message “Upgrade version XXXX to version XXXX?
The system will be reset after upgrade." is displayed.
Press the ◄ or ► to select the “OK", then press the
ENTER button.
Please be careful to not disconnect the power or remove
the USB drive while upgrades are being applied. The TV
will turn off and turn on automatically after completing
the firmware upgrade. Please check the firmware version
after the upgrades are complete. When software is
upgraded, video and audio settings you have made will
return to their default (factory) settings.
We recommend you write down your settings so that you
can easily reset them after the upgrade.

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4-5-2 Self Diagnostic


This is simple test function that judge whether is TV SET’s problem or not.
There are two self-test. Picture and Sound.

1. Press “Menu -> Support -> Self Diagnosis"


The message “Picture Test / Sound Test" is displayed.

2. Picture Test
1) The message “Does the problem still exist with this
test pattern?" is displayed.

2) Press “Yes". This is a TV SET problem.


The massage “Contact Samsung’s call center at
1-800-SAMSUNG for assistance." is displayed.

3) Press “No".
This is not a TV SET problem.
The message “If the self diagnosis picture is OK, picture
distortion may caused by your external device.
Please check connection. If the problem still persists,
refer to the external device’s user manual." is displayed.

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3. Sound Test
1) The message “Does the problem still exist with this
sound test?" is displayed.

2) Press “Yes". This is a TV SET problem.


The message “Contact Samsung’s call center at
1-800-SAMSUNG for assistance."is displayed

3) Press “No".
This is not a TV SET problem.
The message “If the self diagnosis picture is OK, picture
distortion may caused by your external device.
Please check connection. If the problem still persists,
refer to the external device’s user manual." is displayed.

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6. Wiring Diagram

6-2. Connector

CN1701( to Sub board) CN10(to Speaker)


B3.3V 28 ODD_TX[3]+ 55 PANEL_WP 1 R+ 3 L+
1
B3.3V 29 ODD_TX[3]- 56 SCL_FRC 2 R- 4 L-
2
B3.3V 30 GND 57 RDN_NRESET
3
NC 31 ODD_TXCLK+ 58 SDA_FRC CN9(to Woofer)
4
GND 32 ODD_TXCLK- 59 N240_NRESET
5 1 SW+ 5 SW+
GND 33 GND 60 SW_PVCC
6 2 SW- 6 SW-
GND 34 ODD_TX[2]+ 61 GND
7 3 SW+ 7 SW+
GND 35 ODD_TX[2]- 62 A3.3V
8 4 SW- 8 SW-
GND 36 ODD_TX[1]+ 63 REPEAT_CONTROL
9
GND 37 ODD_TX[1]- 64 LED_STB
10 CN8
EVEN_TX[4]+ 38 ODD_TX[0]+ 65 IR
11
EVEN_TX[4]- 39 ODD_TX[0]- 66 MSCL_A5V 1 A5V
12
EVEN_TX[3]+ 40 GND 67 MSDA_A5V 2 A5V
13
EVEN_TX[3]- 41 GND 68 GND 3 KEY_INPUT1
14
GND 42 NC 69 N240_OUTCLK 4 KEY_INPUT2
15
EVEN_TXCLK+ 43 NC 70 N240_VSYNC 5 GND
16
EVEN_TXCLK- 44 NC 71 N240_HSYNC 6 S_FUNCTION_CTRL
17
GND 45 NC 72 3D_N240_LR
18
EVEN_TX[2]+ 46 NC 73 3D_SYNC_ASIC_CPLD
19
EVEN_TX[2]- 47 NC 74 3D_SYNC_ASIC
20
EVEN_TX[1]+ 48 DEBUG2 75 GND
21
EVEN_TX[1]- 49 DEBUG1 76 NC
22
EVEN_TX[0]+ 50 3D_PWM 77 NC
23
EVEN_TX[0]- 51 3D_ANA 78 PANEL_VCC_13V
24
GND 52 GND 79 PANEL_VCC_13V
25
ODD_TX[4]+ 53 STD_CHECK 80 PANEL_VCC_13V
26
ODD_TX[4]- 54 DOC_CHECK 81 PANEL_VCC_13V
27
82 PANEL_VCC_13V

CN6(to HDMI1) CN3011(to PC_IN) CN5(to USB1)


1 HDMI1_RX2+ 11 DGND 1 PC_RED 9 PC_5V 1 USB0_VCC
2 DGND 12 HDMI1_RXCLK- 2 PC_GREEN 10 PC_IDENT 2 USB0_DM
3 HDMI1_RX2- 13 HDMI_CEC 3 PC_BLUE 11 DGND 3 USB0_DP
4 HDMI1_RX1+ 14 DGND 4 DGND 12 SDA_DOWN 4 DGND
5 DGND 15 HDMI1_DDC_SCL 5 DGND 13 PC_H_SYNC
6 HDMI1_RX1- 16 HDMI1_DDC_SDA 6 DGND 14 PC_V_SYNC CN4(to USB2)
7 HDMI1_RX0+ 17 DGND 7 DGND 15 SCL_DOWN
1 USB1_VCC
8 DGND 18 HDMI1_5V 8 DGND
2 USB1_DM
9 HDMI1_RX0- 19 HDMI1_HPD
3 USB1_DP
10 HDMI1_RXCLK+
4 DGND

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CN7(to HDMI2)
1 HDMI2_RX2+ 11 DGND
2 DGND 12 HDMI2_RXCLK-
3 HDMI2_RX2- 13 HDMI_CEC
4 HDMI2_RX1+ 14 DGND
5 DGND 15 HDMI2_DDC_SCL
6 HDMI2_RX1- 16 HDMI2_DDC_SDA
7 HDMI2_RX0+ 17 DGND
8 DGND 18 HDMI2_5V
9 HDMI2_RX0- 19 HDMI2_HPD
10 HDMI2_RXCLK+

CN3016(to HDMI3)
1 HDMI3_RX2+ 11 DGND
2 DGND 12 HDMI3_RXCLK-
3 HDMI3_RX2- 13 HDMI_CEC
4 HDMI3_RX1+ 14 DGND
5 DGND 15 HDMI3_DDC_SCL
6 HDMI3_RX1- 16 HDMI3_DDC_SDA
7 HDMI3_RX0+ 17 DGND
8 DGND 18 HDMI3_5V
9 HDMI3_RX0- 19 HDMI3_HPD
10 HDMI3_RXCLK+

CN3013(to HDMI4)
1 HDMI4_RX2+ 11 DGND
2 DGND 12 HDMI4_RXCLK-
3 HDMI4_RX2- 13 HDMI_CEC
4 HDMI4_RX1+ 14 DGND
5 DGND 15 HDMI4_DDC_SCL
6 HDMI4_RX1- 16 HDMI4_DDC_SDA
7 HDMI4_RX0+ 17 DGND
8 DGND 18 HDMI4_5V
9 HDMI4_RX0- 19 HDMI4_HPD
10 HDMI4_RXCLK+

CN2(to CNM802)
1 NC 16 B5V
2 NC 17 B5V
3 DET_5V 18 B5V
4 NC 19 DGND
5 PWM 20 DGND
6 DGND 21 DGND
7 B5V 22 DGND
8 NC 23 B12VS
9 B13V 24 B12VS
10 B13V 25 DGND
11 B13V 26 DGND
12 DGND 27 A5V
13 DGND 28 DGND
14 DGND 29 A5V
15 B5V 30 FRC_M_HSYNC

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6-3. Connector Functions


Connector Functions

CNM801  CN2 Supply power from SMPS to Main Board.

CN1602  T-CON The LVDS signal transfered from Main Board to Panel.

6-4. Cables

Use Main-SMPS Main-Tcon Function Assy

Code BN44-00364B BN96-14108C BN96-14587C

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