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LCD TV
SERVICE MANUAL
CHASSIS : LJ81A

MODEL : 42LB7DF 42LB7DF-SB

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

CONTENTS .............................................................................................. 2

PRODUCT SAFETY ..................................................................................3

SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................6

ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION ...............................................................12

TROUBLE SHOOTING ............................................................................20

BLOCK DIAGRAM...................................................................................48

EXPLODED VIEW .................................................................................. 54

SVC. SHEET ...............................................................................................

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE


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

General Guidance Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure)


Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet.
An isolation Transformer should always be used during the
servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check.
power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this Connect 1.5K/10watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15uF capacitor
protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.)
from electrical shocks. and the exposed metallic parts.
Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter
It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity.
damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage
inadvertently introduced during the service operation. measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage
measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to
If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this TV receiver is blown, 0.5mA.
replace it with the specified. In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is
possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and
When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, repaired before it is returned to the customer.
over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB.
Leakage Current Hot Check circuit
Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts.
AC Volt-meter
Before returning the receiver to the customer,

always perform an AC leakage current check on the exposed


metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, etc., to
be sure the set is safe to operate without damage of electrical Good Earth Ground
shock. such as WATER PIPE,
To Instrument's CONDUIT etc.
0.15uF
Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check) exposed
METALLIC PARTS
With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an
electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC
switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC 1.5 Kohm/10W
plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to
each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone
jacks, etc.
If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the
measured resistance should be between 1MΩ and 5.2MΩ.
When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the
reading must be infinite.
An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the
receiver is returned to the customer.

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

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IC Remove/Replacement
Some chassis circuit boards have slotted holes (oblong) through Circuit Board Foil Repair
which the IC leads are inserted and then bent flat against the Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed circuit
circuit foil. When holes are the slotted type, the following technique board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to the circuit
should be used to remove and replace the IC. When working with board causing the foil to separate from or "lift-off" the board. The
boards using the familiar round hole, use the standard technique following guidelines and procedures should be followed whenever
as outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above. this condition is encountered.

Removal At IC Connections
1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by gently To repair a defective copper pattern at IC connections use the
prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as the solder following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper pattern
melts. side of the circuit board. (Use this technique only on IC
2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-type connections).
solder removal device (or with solder braid) before removing the
IC. 1. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a sharp
Replacement knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely necessary).
1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board. 2. carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic coating (if
2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad and used) from the end of the remaining copper pattern.
solder it. 3. Bend a small "U" in one end of a small gauge jumper wire and
3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush. carefully crimp it around the IC pin. Solder the IC connection.
(It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to the areas). 4. Route the jumper wire along the path of the out-away copper
pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped end of the good
"Small-Signal" Discrete Transistor copper pattern. Solder the overlapped area and clip off any
Removal/Replacement excess jumper wire.
1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as close as
possible to the component body. At Other Connections
2. Bend into a "U" shape the end of each of three leads remaining Use the following technique to repair the defective copper pattern
on the circuit board. at connections other than IC Pins. This technique involves the
3. Bend into a "U" shape the replacement transistor leads. installation of a jumper wire on the component side of the circuit
4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the corresponding board.
leads extending from the circuit board and crimp the "U" with
long nose pliers to insure metal to metal contact then solder 1. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife.
each connection. Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to ensure that a hazardous
condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens.
Power Output, Transistor Device 2. Trace along the copper pattern from both sides of the pattern
Removal/Replacement break and locate the nearest component that is directly
1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor leads. connected to the affected copper pattern.
2. Remove the heat sink mounting screw (if so equipped). 3. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the lead of the
3. Carefully remove the transistor from the heat sink of the circuit nearest component on one side of the pattern break to the lead
board. of the nearest component on the other side.
4. Insert new transistor in the circuit board. Carefully crimp and solder the connections.
5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead. CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is dressed so the
6. Replace heat sink. it does not touch components or sharp edges.

Diode Removal/Replacement
1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as
possible to diode body.
2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicular y to the circuit
board.
3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new diode
around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.
4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it.
5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints of
the two "original" leads. If they are not shiny, reheat them and if
necessary, apply additional solder.
Fuse and Conventional Resistor
Removal/Replacement
1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of the circuit board hollow
stake.
2. Securely crimp the leads of replacement component around
notch at stake top.
3. Solder the connections.
CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced
component and adjacent components and the circuit board to
prevent excessive component temperatures.

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SPECIFICATION
NOTE : Specifications and others are subject to change without notice for improvement.

1. Application range 3. Test method


This specification is applied to LJ81A chassis.
3.1 Performance : LGE TV test method followed
Chassis Model Name Market Brand Remark
3.2 Demanded other specification
LJ81A 42LB7DF-SB Central and LG Safety : UL, CSA, IEC Specification
EMC : FCC, ICES, IEC
South AMEROCA
Model Name Market Appliance
2. Requirement for Test 42LB7DF-SB Central and Safety : IEC/EN60065
Testing for standard of each part must be followed in below
South AMEROCA EMC : CISPR13
condition.

(1) Temperature : 20 ± 5°C, CST : 40± 5°C


(2) Humidity : 65% ± 10%
(3) Power : Standard input voltage (100-240V~, 50/60Hz)
*Standard Voltage of each products is marked by models.
(4) Specification and performance of each parts are followed
each drawing and specification by part number in
accordance with SBOM.
(5) The receiver must be operated for about 20 minutes prior
to the adjustment.

4. General Specification(TV)

No Model Specification Option Remark

1 Receiving System 1) SBTVD / NTSC / PAL-M / PAL-N


2 Available Channel 1) VHF : 02~13
2) UHF : 14~69
3) DTV : 02-69
4) CATV : 01~135
3 Input Voltage 1) AC 100 ~ 240V 50/60Hz
Market Central and South AMERICA
4 Screen Size 42 inch Wide (1366 x 768) HD
42 inch Wide (1920 x 1080) FULL HD
5 Aspect Ratio 16:9
6 Tuning System FS
7 Module LC420WU6-SLA1 FULL HD 42LB7DF-SB
8 Operating Environment 1) Temp : 0 ~ 40 deg
2) Humidity : ~ 80 %
9 Storage Environment 1) Temp : -20 ~ 60 deg
2) Humidity : ~ 85 %

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5. Chroma & Brightness
No Item Min Typ Max Unit Remark
1 White brightness 400 500 cd/m 2
42LB7DF-SB
(Center 1-point/Full white Pattern)
2 Brightness uniformity 80 % Full white
3 Color coordinate RED X Typ-0.03 0.638 Typ+0.03 Typ.
Y 0.340 +0.03
GREEN X 0.279
Y 0.611
BLUE X 0.146
Y 0.062
WHITE X 0.272
Y 0.278
4 Color coordinate uniformity N/A
5 Contrast ratio 700:1 1000:1 NORMAL
7000:1 10000:1 DCR
Color Temperature Cool Typ. 11000 Typ. <Test Condition>
Standard -1000 9300 +1000 HDMI Input,
Warm 6500 85% Full white pattern
Color Distortion, DG 10.0 %
Color Distortion, DP 43.0 10.0 deg
Color S/N, AM/FM -80 dB
Color Killer Sensitivity dBm

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

No Resolution H-freq(kHz) V-freq(kHz) Pixel clock Proposed


1 720*480 15.73 60 13.5135 SDTV ,DVD 480I
2 720*480 15.73 59.94 13.5 SDTV ,DVD 480I
3 720*480 31.47 60 27.027 SDTV 480P
4 720*480 31.47 59.94 27.0 SDTV 480P
5 1280*720 45.00 60.00 74.25 HDTV 720P
6 1280*720 44.96 59.94 74.176 HDTV 720P
7 1920*1080 33.75 60.00 74.25 HDTV 1080I
8 1920*1080 33.72 59.94 74.176 HDTV 1080I
9 1920*1080 67.500 60 148.50 HDTV 1080P
10 1920*1080 67.432 59.939 148.352 HDTV 1080P
11 1920*1080 27.000 24.000 74.25 HDTV 1080P
12 1920*1080 26.97 23.94 74.176 HDTV 1080P
13 1920*1080 33.75 30.000 74.25 HDTV 1080P
14 1920*1080 33.71 29.97 74.176 HDTV 1080P
15 1920*1080 56.25 50.000 148.5 HDTV 1080P
16 1920*1080 28.125 25.000 74.25 HDTV 1080P

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7. RGB Input (PC)

No Resolution H-freq(kHz) V-freq.(Hz) Pixel clock(MHz) Proposed


PC DDC
1 640*350 31.468 70.09 25.17 EGA X
2 720*400 31.469 70.08 28.32 DOS O
3 640*480 31.469 59.94 25.17 VESA(VGA) O
4 640*480 37.861 72.80 31.50 VESA(VGA) O
5 640*480 37.500 75.00 31.50 VESA(VGA) O
6 800*600 35.156 56.25 36.00 VESA(SVGA) O
7 800*600 37.879 60.31 40.00 VESA(SVGA) O
8 800*600 48.077 72.18 50.00 VESA(SVGA) O
9 800*600 46.875 75.00 49.50 VESA(SVGA) O
10 1024*768 48.363 60.00 65.00 VESA(XGA) O
11 1024*768 56.476 70.06 75.00 VESA(XGA) O
12 1024*768 60.023 75.02 78.75 VESA(XGA) O
13 1280*768 47.776 59.870 79.5 CVT(WXGA) O
14 1280*768 60.289 74.893 102.25 CVT(WXGA) O
15 1360*768 47.712 60.015 85.50 VESA (WXGA) O
16 1280*1024 63.981 60.020 108.00 VESA (SXGA) O
17 1280*1024 79.976 75.025 135 VESA (SXGA) O
18 1600*1200 75.00 60.00 162 VESA (UXGA) O
19 1920*1080 67.5 60 148.5 HDTV 1080P O

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8. HDMI Input (PC/DTV)
No Resolution H-freq(kHz) V-freq.(Hz) Pixel clock(MHz) Proposed
PC DDC
1 640*350 31.468 70.09 25.17 EGA X
2 720*400 31.469 70.08 28.32 DOS O
3 640*480 31.469 59.94 25.17 VESA(VGA) O
4 640*480 37.861 72.80 31.50 VESA(VGA) O
5 640*480 37.500 75.00 31.50 VESA(VGA) O
6 800*600 35.156 56.25 36.00 VESA(SVGA) O
7 800*600 37.879 60.31 40.00 VESA(SVGA) O
8 800*600 48.077 72.18 50.00 VESA(SVGA) O
9 800*600 46.875 75.00 49.50 VESA(SVGA) O
10 1024*768 48.363 60.00 65.00 VESA(XGA) O
11 1024*768 56.476 70.06 75.00 VESA(XGA) O
12 1024*768 60.023 75.02 78.75 VESA(XGA) O
13 1280*768 47.776 59.870 79.5 CVT(WXGA) O
14 1360*768 47.712 60.015 85.50 VESA (WXGA) O
15 1280*1024 63.981 60.020 108.00 VESA (SXGA) O
16 1280*1024 79.976 75.025 135 VESA (SXGA) O
17 1600*1200 75.00 60.00 162 VESA (UXGA) O
18 1920*1080 67.5 60 148.5 HDTV 1080P O
DTV
1 720*480 31.47 60 27.027 SDTV 480P
2 720*480 31.47 59.94 27.00 SDTV 480P
3 1280*720 45.00 60.00 74.25 HDTV 720P
4 1280*720 44.96 59.94 74.176 HDTV 720P
5 1920*1080 33.75 60.00 74.25 HDTV 1080I
6 1920*1080 33.72 59.94 74.176 HDTV 1080I
7 1920*1080 67.500 60 148.50 HDTV 1080P
8 1920*1080 67.432 59.939 148.352 HDTV 1080P
9 1920*1080 27.000 24.000 74.25 HDTV 1080P
10 1920*1080 26.97 23.94 74.176 HDTV 1080P
11 1920*1080 33.75 30.000 74.25 HDTV 1080P
12 1920*1080 33.71 29.97 74.176 HDTV 1080P
13 1920*1080 56.25 50.000 148.5 HDTV 1080P
14 1920*1080 28.125 25.000 74.25 HDTV 1080P

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9. General specifications (module)
No Item Value Unit Remark
1 Active Screen Size 1067.31 (diagonal) mm 42.02 inches
2 Outline Dimension 983(H)x576(V)x47.3(D) mm
3 Pixel Pitch 0.4845 x 0.4845 um
4 Pixel Format 1920(H)x1080(V) RGB stripe arrangement
5 Color Depth 8bit 16.7 Mbit
6 Luminance ,White 500 (center 1 point typ) cd/m2
7 Viewing Angle (CR>10) R/L 178(Typ),U/D 178(Typ) degree
8 Power Consumption 168.36 Watt
9 Weight 11(Typ), 12(Max) kg
10 Display Operating Mode Transmissive mode ,normally black
11 Surface Treatment Hard coating (3H)

10. Electro Optical Characteristic Specifications (module standard)


No Item Min Typ Max Unit Remark
1 Contrast Ratio CR 800 1000
CR with DCR
2 Surface Luminance, White 400 500 Cd/m2 Full white
3 Luminance Variation 1.3 (•‰ white/5P)
4 Response Time Gray to Gray 5 8 msec
Rise+decay 10 14
5 Color coordinate RED X Typ TBD Typ Full Pattern
Y -0.03 TBD +0.03
GREEN X TBD
Y TBD
BLUE X TBD
Y TBD
WHITE X TBD
Y TBD
6 Viewing Angle (CR>10) X axis right(ø=0) 89 degree
X axis left(ø=180) 89
Yaxis up (ø=90) 89
Z axis down(ø=270) 89
7 Gray Scale Without DCR 2.2
With DCR

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12. Customer Menu Setup (Shipment Condition)

No Item Condition Remark


1 Input Mode TV02CH
2 Volume Level 20
3 Mute Off
4 Aspect Ratio 16:9
5 Video EZ Picture Daylight
Color temperature (Disable) Can be access only EZ picture is setting user mode
XD Auto
Advanced Cinema: Off
Reset
6 Audio Audio Language Off
EZ SoundRite Off
EZ Sound Normal
Balance 0
Treble 50
Bass 50
Front Surround Off
TV Speaker On
7 Timer Auto clock Off
Manual Clock Off
Off Timer Off
On Timer Off
Auto Off Off
8 Option Aspect Ratio 16:9
Caption/Text Off
Caption Option Off
Language English
ISM Method Normal
SET ID 1
9 Lock Lock System Off
Set password On ( Default : 0000 )
Block channel None
Movie Rating Off
TV Rating-Children Off
TV Rating-General Off
Audio Block Off
10 Channel Memory none

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ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION
1. Application Range 4.PCB Assembly Adjustment
This spec sheet is applied all of the 'LJ81A' Chassis.
4-1. CPLD DOWNLOAD
- JTAG MODE
2. Specification
(1) Because this is not a hot chassis, it is not necessary to use
an isolation transformer. However, the use of isolation
transformer will help protect test instrument.
(2) Adjustment must be done in the correct order.
(3) The adjustment must be performed in the circumstance of
25±5°C of temperature and 65±10% of relative humidity if
there is no specific designation.
(4) The input voltage of the receiver must keep 100-220V~,
50/60Hz.
(5) The receiver must be operated for about 5 minutes prior to
the adjustment.
O After RGB 100% Full White pattern(06CH) then process
Heat-run(or “8.Test patter” condition of EZ-Adjust
status).
O Enter into HEAT-RUN MODE (1) <<PRINT PORT>> PIN MAP
1) Press the POWER ON KEY on R/C for adjustment.
Component JTAG Mode Signal Name
2) Press ADJ button of Service remocon. Select
“10.Test pattern” and, after select “White” using 2 TCK
navigation button, and then you can see 100% Full 3 TMS
White pattern.
8 TDI
3) In this status you can maintain Heat-Run useless any
pattern generator. 11 TDO
* Notice! 13 -
If you maintain one picture over 20minute(Especially sharp
15 VCC
distinction black with white pattern-13Ch, or Cross hatch pattern-
09Ch) then it can appear image stick near black level. 18 to 25 GND

3. Adjustment items
3-1. PCB Assembly adjustment
O CPLD DOWNLOAD
O Adjust 480i Comp1
O Adjust 1080p Comp1 / RGB
- If it necessary, it can adjustment at Manufacture Line.
- You can see set adjustment status at “9.ADJUST
CHECK” of the “In-start menu”.

3-2. Set Assembly Adjustment


O EDID(The Extended Display Identification Data)
/ DDC(Display Data Channel) download
O Color Temperature(White Balance) Adjustment
O Make sure RS-232C control
O Selection Factory output option

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(2) <<10P WAFER>> PIN MAP (3) Circuit Board Header Connection
Dimenstions are shown in inches. The spacing between pin centers is 0.1 inch. - The ByteBlasterMV 10-pin female plug connects to a 10-
pin male header on the circuit board. The 10-pin male
header has two rows of five pins, which are connected to
0.425 Typ.
the device’s programming or configuration pins.
- The ByteBlasterMV cable receives power and downloads
data via the male header. Fig.1 shows the dimensions of
Color Strip
a typical 10-pin male header.

0.250 Typ. Dimensions are shown in incles.


Top View\\\\ Side View
0.100\\ 0.100\ 0.025 Sq.

0.100 Sq. 0.025 Sq.

0.700 Typ. 0.235

1) Table 2. Identifies the 10-pin female plug’s pin names


for the corresponding download mode.
Table2. ByteBlasterMV Female Plug;s Pin Names & Download Models
PS Mode JTAG Mode
(Fig.1) 10-Pin Male Header Dimensions
Pin
Singal Name Description Singal Name Description 1) Table 3. Through 5 summarize the absolute maximum
ratings, recommended operating conditions, and DC
1 DCLK Clock singnal TCK Clock singnal
operating conditions for the ByteBlasterMV cable.
2 GND Signal ground GND Signal ground
Table 3. ByteBlasterMV Cable Absolute Maximum Ratings
3 CONF_DONE Configuration TDO Data to device
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min Max Unit
control
Vcc Supply voltage With respect ot ground -0.5 7.0 V
4 VCC Power supply VCC Power supply
VI DC input voltage With respect ot ground -0.5 7.0 V
5 nCONFIG Configuration TMS JTAG state
control machine control
Table 4. ByteBlasterMV Calbe Recommended Operating Conditions
6 - No connect - No connect
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min Max Unit
7 nSTATUS Configuration - No connect
Vcc Supply voltage 5.0-V Operation 4.5 5.5 V
status
Supply voltage 3.3-V Operation 3.0 3.6 V
8 - No connect - No connect
9 DATA0 Data to device TDI Data to device
10 GND Signal ground GND Signal ground

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(4) Real-Time ISP with the Quartus II Software. (5) MAX II Device Handbook, Volume1.
1) The programming file formats generated by the Quartus - To configure or program one or more devices with the
II software that support these two features are the ByteBlasterMV cable and the Quartus II programmer.
Programmer Object File(.pof) that is used with the 1) Compile a project. The Quartus II compiler generates a
Quartus II programmer, and the Jam File(.jam) and Jam .sof file to configure APEX II, APEX 20K, Mercury, and
Byte-Code File(.jbc) that are used with either the Excalibur devices. To program an EPC configuration
Quartus II programmer or other programming tools. device, a .pof or JAM STAPL format file should be
2) Ensure that you enable this feature before programming used.
a MAX II device through the Quartus II programmer. 2) Attach the ByteBlasterMV cable to a parallel port on a
You can enable the real-time ISP feature by selecting PC and insert the 10-pin female plug into the prototype
the Enable real-time ISP to allow background system containing the target device. The board must
programming(for MAX II devices) option from the supply power to the ByteBlasterMV cable.
Quartus II programmer window. Refer Fig.2. - For the Windows Nt operating system, a driver must
be installed before using the ByteBlasterMV cable,
go to the “ByteBlasterMV and MasterBlaster
Installation” section in the Quartus II.
3) Open the Quartus II programmer by selecting Open
Programmer from the (Processing Menu). Choose
Setup... in the Programming Hardware section. Specify
the ByteBlasterMV cable and the appropriate LPT port.
Please see “Changing Setup” under the ByteBlasterMV
cable in the Quartus II software Help menu for more
information.
4) Select either passive serial or JTAG programming mode
and then add the files and/or devices you want to
program or configure using the add file.. or add
device... buttons to create a chain description file(.cdf).
- The programmer has two programming modes “
(Fig.2) Real-Time ISP Option in the Quartus II Programmer Window passive serial and JTAG, In passive mode, you
3) You can also enable the real-time ISP feature in the select which SOFs to include in the device chain. In
Quartus II software through the following steps: JTAG mode, you add specific devices and
1. Choose Options(Tool menu). configuration devices to the device chain, in addition
2. Choose Programmer under the Category section. to POFs and SOFs, and you have several
programming options for each configuration device in
the chain. In JTAG mode, you can verify an EPC
configuration device’s contents against its
programming file data, check that a device is blank,
examine a programmed device and save its data to
file, or use its data to program or verify another
configuration device.
5) Choose the start button in the Quartus II software to
program or configure the device(s). The ByteBlasterMV
cable downloads the data from the SOF and/or POF
file(s) into the device(s).

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4-2. Using RS-232C
Orher Command Set response
Inter the Adjustment ad 00 00 d 00 OK00x
Mode
Change the Source kb 00 04 b 00 00 OK04x(Adjust 480i comp1)
Start Adjustment kb 00 06 b 00 OK06x(Adjust 1080p comp1/RGB)
Return the ad 00 10 <Fig.3> Adjustment pattern : 480i/1080p 60Hz Pattern

Response OKx(Success condition)


5-4. Adjustment method 480i Comp1,
NGx(Failed condition) Adjust 1080p Comp1/RGB
Read Adjustment (main) (main) (1) ADC 480i Component1 adjustment.
- Check connection of Component1
data ad 00 20 000000000000000000000000007c007b006dx
- MSPG-925FA -> Model : 209, Pattern : 65
(sub) (Sub) 1) Set Component 480i mode and 100% Horizontal Color
ad 00 21 000000070000000000000000007c00830077x Bar Pattern(HozTV31Bar), then set TV set to
Component1 mode and its screen to “NORMAL”
Confirm Adjustment ad 00 99 NG 03 00x (Failed condition)
2) After get the signal, wait more a second and enter the
NG 03 01x (Failed condition) “Ez-Adjust” with press ADJ key of Service remocon.
NG 03 02x (Failed condition) After then select “3.ADC 480i Comp1” with navigator
button and press “Enter”. It is automatically adjustment.
OK 03 03x (Success condition)
3) You can see “ADC Component1 Success” message
End of Adjustment ad 00 90 d 00 OK90x after Adjustment success.
4) Error Messages: When its adjustment is not correct,
* See ADC Adjstment RS-232C Protocol_Ver1.0
“ADC Component1 480i Fail” message displayed. If
O Necessary items before Adjustmment items
component is not connection “Component1 Not
- Pattern Generator : MSPG-925FA
Connected”, its format is not 480i then “Not Valid
- Adjust 480i Comp1
Format”, its signal don’t out then “Check Signal Status”
(MSPG-925A : model-209, pattern-65)
message displayed. These messages will be displayed
- Adjust 1080p Comp1/RGB
just a second.
(MSPG-925FA : Model-225, pattern-65)
* If you want more information then see the below Adjsutment
(2) ADC 1080p Component1 / RGB adjustment
method(Factory Adjustment)
- Check connection both of Component1 and RGB
- MSPG-925FA -> Model: 225, Pattern:65
O Adjustment sequence
1) Set Component 1080p mode and 100% Horizontal Color
- ad 00 00 : Enter the ADC Adjustment mode.
Bar Pattern(HozTV31Bar), then set TV set to
- kb 00 04 : Change the mode to Component(No actions)
Component1 mode and its screen to “NORMAL”
- ad 00 10 : Adjust 480i Comp1.
2) If adjustment is correctly finished, “ADC Component1
(Change the mode and adjustment action)
Success” message will be displayed. But adjustment is
- kb 00 06 : Change to RGB-DTV mode(No action)
not correctly finished, “ADC Component1 1080p Fail”
- ad 00 10 : Adjust 1080p Comp1/RGB.
message will be displayed.
(Change the mode and adjustment action)
3) After adjustment Component1 mode, move to RGB-DTV
- ad 00 90 : End of the adjustment.
mode automatically and RGB adjustment start. After
RGB Adjustment successfully finished, “ADC RGB
1080P Success” message will be displayed.
* Factory Adjustment 4) If Adjustment doesn’t success, check conditions all of
the adjustment condition and adjustment again. See
5. Auto Adjust Component 480i/1080p “Error Messages” sentence.
RGB 1080p 5) After adjustment finished, press “ADJ” key and exit from
Adjustment mode.
5-2. Summary
- Adjustment component 480i/1080i and RGB 1080p is Gain
and Black level setting at Analog to Digital converter, and
compensate the RGB deviation

5-3. Using in strument


- Adjustment remocon, 801GF(802B, 802F, 802R) or
MSPG925FA pattern generator.(It can output 480i/1080i
horizontal 100% color bar pattern signal, and its output level
must setting 0.7V±0.1V p-p correctly)
* You must make it sure its resolution and pattern cause every
instrument can have different setting.

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6. EDID (The Extended Display (2) HDMI-2 EDID table

Identification Data)/ DDC (Display


Data Channel) Download.
6-1. Summary
(1) It is established in VESA, for communication between PC
and Monitor without order from user for building user
condition. It helps to make easily use realize “Plug and
Play” function.
(2) For EDID data write, we use DDC2B protocol.

6-2. Write HDMI EDID data


(1) Using instruments
1) Jig.(PC Serial to D-Sub connection) for PC, DDC
adjustment.
2) S/W for DDC recording (EDID data write and read)
3) D-sub jack
4) Additional HDMI cable connection Jig.
(2) Preparing and setting.
1) Set instruments and Jig. Like pic.5), then turn on PC (3) HDMI-3 EDID table
and Jig.
2) Operate DDC write S/W (EDID write & read)
3) It will operate in the DOS mode.

LCD TV SET
(or Digital Board)

<Fig.4> For write EDID data, setting Jig and another instruments

6-3. EDID data (Model name = LG TV)


(1) HDMI-1 EDID table

(4) Analog(RGB) EDID table

* See Working Guide if you want more information about


EDID communication.

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7. Adjustment Color Temperature A RS-232C Command(Commonly apply)

(White Balance) RS-232C Command


Meaning
[CMD ID DATA]
7-1. Using Instrucments wb 00 00 Start white balance adjustment
(1) Color Analyzer: CA-210 (CH 9) wb 00 10 Start Gain adjustment(Internal white pattern)
- Using LCD color temperature, Color Analyzer (CA-210) wb 00 1f End Gain adjustment
must use CH 9, which Matrix compensated (White, Red, wb 00 20 Start Offset adjustment (Internal white pattern)
Green, Blue compensation) with CS-2100. See the
wb 00 2f End Offset adjustment
Coordination bellowed one.
wb 00 ff End white Balance adjustment (Internal pattern disappear)
(2) Auto-adjustment Equipment (It needs when Auto-
adjustment - It is availed communicate with RS-232C : - Wb 00 00 Start Auto-adjustment of white balance
Baud rate: 115200) - Wb 00 10 Start Gain adjustment (Inner pattern)
(3) Video Signal Generator MSPG-925F 720p, 216Gray - Jb 00 c0
(Model: 217, Pattern 78) -…
- Wb 00 1f End of Adjustment
7-2. Connection Diagram(Auto Adjusment) * If it needs, offset adjustment(wb 00 20-Start, wb 00 2f-End)
(1) Using Inner Pattern - Wb 00 ff End of white balance adjustment
(Inner pattern disappear)

Full White Pattern Color Analyer * Notice!


(Inner pattern) Adjustment Mapping information.
RS-232C COMMAND CENTER
[CMD ID DATA] Min (DEFAULT) Max
RS-232C
Cool Mid Warm Cool Mid Warm
(2) Using HDMI input R Gain jg ja jd 00 184 192 192 192

G Gain jh jb je 00 187 183 159 192


Color Analyer
216Gray White Pattern B Gain ji jc jf 00 192 161 95 192
(HDMI Pattern) MSPG-925FS
Video
ideo Signal Generator R Cut 64 64 64 127
Model : 217
Pattern : 78
G Cut 64 64 64 127

B Cut 64 64 64 127
RS-232C
Baud Rate : 1115200
15200
- When Color temperature (White balance) Adjustment.
<Fig. 5> Connection diagram for Adjusment White balance (Automatically)
1) Press “Power only key” of service remocon and operatie
automatically adjustment.
7-2. White Balance Adjusment 2) Set BaudRate to 115200.
(1) If you can’t adjust with inner pattern, then you can adjust it - You must start “wb 00 00” and finish it “wb 00 ff”.
using HDMI pattern. You can select option at “Ez-Adjust - If it needs, then adjustment “Offset”.
Menu - 7. White Balance” there items “NONE, INNER,
HDMI”. It is normally setting at inner basically. If you can’t
adjust using inner pattern you can select HDMI item, and
you can adjust.
(2) In manual Adjust case, if you press ADJ button of service
remocon, and enter “Ez-Adjust Menu - 7. White Balance”,
then automatically inner pattern operates. (In case of
“Inner” originally “Inner” will be selected.
1) Connect all cables and equipments like Pic.5)
2) Set Baud Rate of RS-232C to 115200. It may set
115200 orignally.
3) Connect RS-232C cable to set
4) Connect HDMI cable to set
5) Select LA75A Chassis at Adjustment equipment, and
adjust.

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7-3. White Balance Adjusment 8. GND and ESD Testing
(Manual adjustment)
(1) Test Equipment: CA-210
1) Using LCD color temperature, Color Analyzer (CA-210)
8-1. Prepare GND and ESD Testing
- Check the connection between set and power cord.
must use CH 9, which Matrix compensated (White, Red,
Green, Blue compensation) with CS-2100. See the
Coordination bellowed one.
8-2. Operate GND and ESD auto-test
(1) Fully connectd(Between set and power cord) set enter the
(2) Manual adjustment sequence is like bellowed one.
Auto-test sequence.
1) Turn to “Ez-Adjust” mode with press ADJ button of
(2) Connect D-Jack AV jack test equipment.
service remocon.
(3) Turn on Auto-controller(GWS103-4)
2) Select “10.Test Pattern” with CH+/- button and press
(4) Start Auto GND test.
enter. Then set will go on Heat-run mode. Over 30
(5) If its result is NG, then notice with buzzer.
minutes set let on Heat-run mode.
(6) If its result is OK, then automatically it turns to ESD Test.
3) Let CA-210 to zero calibration and must has gap more
(7) Operate ESD test
10cm from center of LCD module when adjustment.
(8) If its result is NG, then notice with buzzer.
4) Press “ADJ” button of service remocon and select
(9) If its result is OK, then process next steps. Notice it with
“7.White-Balance” in “Ez-Adjust” then press “ G” button
Good lamp and STOPER Down.
of navigation key.
(When press “ G” button then set will go to full white
mode)
8-3. Check Items
(1) TEst Voltage
5) Adjust at three mode (Cool, Medium, Warm)
1) GND : 1.5KV/min at 100mA
6) If “Medium” and “Warm” mode.
2) Signal : 3KV/min at 100mA
- Let R-Gain to 192 and R, G, B-Cut to 64 and then
(2) Test time : just 1 second.
control G, B gain adjustment High Light adjustment.
(3) Test point
7) With volume button (+/-) you can adjust.
1) GND test: Test between Power cord GND and Signal
8) After all adjustment finished, with Enter ( A key) turn to
cable metal GND.
Ez-Adjust mode. Then with ADJ button, exit from
2) ESD test: Test between Power cord GND and Live and
adjustment mode.
neutral.
(4) Leakage current: Set to 0.5mA(rms)
(3) Using CS-1000 Equipment.
Color Temperature Remark
COOL T=11000K, ∆uv=0.000, X=0.276, Y=0.283
MEDIUM T= 9300K, ∆uv=0.000, X=0.285, Y=0.293
WARM T= 6500K, ∆uv=0.000, X=0.313, Y=0.329

(4) Using CS-210 Equipment.(9CH)


- Contrast value : 216Gray
Color temperature Color analyzer Color coordinate
X Y
COOL CA-210 0.276±0.002 0.283±0.002
MEDIUM CA-210 0.285±0.002 0.293±0.002
WARM CA-210 0.313±0.002 0.329±0.002

7-4. Test of RS-232C control


- Press In-Start button of Service Remocon then set the
“4.Baud Rate” to 115200. Then check RS-232C control.

7-5. Selection of Country option


- Selection of country option is allowed only North American
model (Not allowed Korean model). It is selection of Country
about Rating and Time Zone.

(1) Models: All models which use LA75A Chassis (See the
first page.)
(2) Press “In-Start” button of Service Remocon, then enter the
“Option” Menu with “PIP CH-” Button.
(3) Select one of these three (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)
defends on its market using “Vol. +/-” button.

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9. Default Service option 10. Default Service option
No Item Condition

1 Input Mode TV02CH


2 Volume Level 10
3 Mute Off
4 Aspect Ratio 16:9
5 Picture Picture Mode Vivid
User1 Back Light 100
Contrast 100
Bright 50
Sharpness 70
9-1. ADC-Set Color 70
(1) R-Gain adjustment Value (default 128)
(2) G-Gain adjustment Value (default 128) Tint 0
(3) B-Gain adjustment Value (default 128) Color Temperature Medium
(4) R-Offset adjustment Value (default 64 )
(5) G-Offset adjustment Value (default 64 ) Picture Reset
(6) B-Offset adjustment Value (default 64 ) 6 Audio Sound Mode Standard

9-2. White balance. Value Auto Volume Off

CENTER(DEFAULT) Clear Voice Off


Max
Cool Mid Warm Front Surrround Off
Balance 0
R Gain 184 192 192 192
TV Speaker On
G Gain 189 184 150 192
7 Time Clock Auto
B Gain 192 161 84 192
Off Timer / On Timer Off
R Cut 64 64 64 127
Sleep Timer / Auto Off
G Cut 64 64 64 127
8 Option Language(Menu/Audio) Portugues
B Cut 64 64 64 127
SimpLink On
9-3. Temperature Threshold Key Lock Off
(1) Threshold Down Low 20
Caption Off
(2) Threshold Up Low 23
(3) Threshold Down High 70 Set ID 1
(4) Threshold Down High 75
9 Channel Memory RF : 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,
12,13,14,30,51,63
CATV : 15,16,17

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NVRAM
I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch Reset
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
1. Power-Up Boot Fail

Tuner
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Video
1-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF Parse2
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1

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Video RSBUF
CVBS/Y/C Full HD(1080P)
AV2 Front
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


Check P800, P801 All N Check Power connector Y Replace Power board
OK ?
1-2. Troubleshooting
Voltage Level (19V, 12V, 6V, 3.3V)
1. Power-Up Boot Fail

Only for training and service purposes


Check IC804 #2 Pin / L805 N Replace IC804 / L805 & N
Voltage Level 3.3V Recheck

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Check IC803 #5 Pin / L807 N Replace IC803 or L807 & N Check Micom IC407
Voltage Level 2.6V Recheck Redownload or replace

Check C830, C853, C856 N Replace IC802 or IC805 & N


Voltage Level 1.2V Recheck

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Y

Check X200 Clock N Replace X200


54MHz
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check R154 Clock N Maybe BCM3553 has troubles.


33MHz

Replace IC101 Flash Memory

LGE Internal Use Only


I2C

2. No OSD
NVRAM 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
2-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


2-2. Troubleshooting
2. Power-Up Boot Fail

Check D901 Pin #1 N Check Y Replace Power board


Voltage Level 12V Power connector

Only for training and service purposes


Y

Check L901 N Replace L901


Voltage Level 12V

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Y

Check P903
#33(TXAC-) , #32(TXAC+) , N
Maybe BCM3553 has problems
#17(TXBC-) , #16(TXBC+)

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Y

N
Check LVDS Cable Replace Cable
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check PDP/LCD Module


Control board

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM
I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB) 3. Digital TV Video
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch Reset
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
Tuner
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Video
3-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF Parse2
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1

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Video RSBUF
CVBS/Y/C Full HD(1080P)
AV2 Front
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


Check RF Cable

Y
3. Digital TV Video
3-2. Troubleshooting
Check BCM7412 Input Clock N Replace it
N R107 (27MHz)
Check Tuner 5V Power Replace IC810
IC810 #3 Pin

Only for training and service purposes


Y
Y

red Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems


Check D805 color Bad Tuner. Replace Tuner.

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None

Check TP Clock, Data, Sync N


Maybe Tuner(TU800) has problems
R925 (38.1MHz), R804, R803

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Check BCM3553 Output TP Clock,
N Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems
Data, Sync
R153, R155, R152

Y
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check BCM7412 Clock,Hsync, Vsync N Maybe BCM7412(IC1000) has problems


R1088 (Typ. 74.25MHz), R1087, R1086

Check PLD Clock, Hsync, Vsync N


Redownload PLD file or replace
R1102 (Typ. 74.25MHz), R1100, R1101

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM
I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
4. Analog TV Video
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch Reset
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
Tuner
64Bit I/F (Micom )

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
4-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

Parse2 Video
SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C

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AV1 Video
CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04

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RGB-PC
DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


4. Analog TV Video
4-2. Troubleshooting

Check RF Cable

Only for training and service purposes


Check Tuner 5V Power N Replace it
IC810 #3 Pin

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Check CVBS signal N Maybe Tuner(TU800) has problems
TU800 #17 Pin

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Check CVBS signal N Replace IC808 or check L800 5V power
IC808 #8 Pin

Y
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check CVBS signal N Replace it


C658

Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
5. Component Video

Switch Tuner Reset


64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
5-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


5-2. Troubleshooting
5. Component Video

Check signal format


Is it supported?

Only for training and service purposes


Y

Check Component Cable

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N
Check J700 / J702 Replace connector

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Check signal N Replace it.
L700, L701. L702 / L704, L705, L706

Y
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check signal N Replace it


C638, C639, C640 / C628, C629, C630

Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM
I2C 24C16

6. RGB Video
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
6.1 Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

Parse2 Video
SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1

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Video RSBUF
CVBS/Y/C Full HD(1080P)
AV2 Front
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


Check signal format
Is it supported?

Y 6. RGB Video
6.2 Troubleshooting

Check RGB Cable

Only for training and service purposes


Y

N Replace connector
Check P701

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Check signal,Hsync, Vsync N Replace it.
C745, C746, C747, R839, R843

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Check signal N Replace it
R727, R714, R729

Y
TROUBLESHOOTING

N
Check L708 Voltage Level 9V Replace L708 / Q701 / Q702 / Q703

Check Signal N Replace it


C635, C636, C637

Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM I2C 24C16

7. AV Video
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Video
7-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF Parse2
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


7. AV Video
7-2. Troubleshooting
Check signal format
Is it supported?

Only for training and service purposes


Check AV Cable / S-Video Cable

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Check J701 (Rear) N Replace connector
Check P700 & Cable (Side)

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Check signal
N
R755 (Composite), R814 / R815 (S-Video) (Rear) Replace it.
R855 (Composite), R856 / R857 (S-Video) (Side)

Check signal
N
TROUBLESHOOTING

C651 (Composite), C648 / C649 (S-Video) (Rear) Replace it


C652 (Composite), C659 / C660 (S-Video) (Rear)

Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB) 8. HDMI Video
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
8-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


Check signal format
Is it supported?

8. HDMI Video
Y

8-2. Troubleshooting
Check HDMI Cable

Only for training and service purposes


N Replace connector
Check J600 / J601 / J602

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Check IC809 #2 Pin Voltage Level N Replace it
3.3V

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N
Check L607 Voltage Level 3.3V Replace it

Check EDID NVRAM (IC602, 603, 604) N Replace it orredownload


Power & I2C Signal (#5, #6)
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check HDCP Key NVRAM (IC102) N Replace it


Power & I2C Signal (#5, #6)

Check IC601 Clock Signal N Replace it Maybe BCM3553(IC100) has problems


#26, #27

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW
9. All Source Audio
(16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Video
9-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF Parse2
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


Make sure you can’t hear any audio

Y 9. All Source Video


9-2. Troubleshooting
Check BCM3553 I2S Output N
Replace it.
R627, R628, R629

Only for training and service purposes


Check IC501 Power 19V, 3.3V, 1.8V N Replace L
L500, L501, L502, L503

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Check Signal N
Replace it.
L504, L505

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Check Signal N
Replace it
L508, L509, L510, L511

Y
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check Connector N Replace connector


P500

N Replace speaker
Check speaker

Maybe NTP3000 has problems. Replace it

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW
10. Digital TV Audio
(16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
10-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


TROUBLESHOOTING
10. Digital TV Audio
10-2. Troubleshooting

Maybe BCM3553 internal audio DSP has


Follow procedure digital TV video

problems. Replace it
trouble shooting
N

N
Follow procedure All source audio trouble
Check video output

shooting
Y

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Only for training and service purposes
NVRAM I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW
11. Analog TV Audio
(16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Video
11-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

SIF Parse2
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C

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AV1 Video
CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04

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RGB-PC
DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


N Follow procedure analog TV video
Check video output
trouble shooting

Y
11. Analog TV Video

N
11-2. Troubleshooting
Check L801 voltage level 5V Replace it

Only for training and service purposes


Check SIF signal N Replace it
C801 / C806 / Q800

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Check SIF signal N Replace it
R726 / C665

Follow procedure All source audio trouble

- 41 -
N Maybe BCM3553 audio block has
shooting problems. Replace it
TROUBLESHOOTING

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM
I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch Reset
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
Tuner
64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
12. Component / RGB / AV Audio

CVBS Digital out


Parse2 Video
SIF
12-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


N Follow procedure external
Check video output
input video trouble shooting
12-2. Troubleshooting

Check signal N
Y Replace it or IC503
C554 / R569 / R581 / C562

Only for training and service purposes


Check Connector Y
J700 / J702 (Component) N
Replace connector
12. Component / RGB / AV Audio

J703 (RGB)
Check IC502 power L514 voltage level N
J701 / P700 & cable (AV Rear, AV Side) Replace it
3.3V & L515 voltage level 5V
Y
Y

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Check signal
C734 / R746 / C735 / R752 (Component1) Check IC502 power L514 voltage level N
C736 / R829 / C737 / R833 (Component2) N Replace it
3.3V & L515 voltage level 5V
Replace it
C733 / R837 / C732 / R838 (RGB)
C701 / R816 / C700 / R817 (AV Rear) Y
C729 / R858 / C728 / R859 (AV Side)

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Y Check I2S signal N Replace it or IC502
R548 / R549 / R550

N Y
Check IC500 power L512 voltage level 9V Replace it

Y Check Audio clock N Replace it


R134
TROUBLESHOOTING

Check signal N Y
Replace it or IC500
R532 / R533 / C555 / R568 / C563 / R582

Y Maybe BCM3553 has problems

N
Check IC503 power L513 voltage level 9V Replace it

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB) 13. HDMI Audiol
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4)
(16Mx16x4) MTV416 Local KEY
Switch Tuner Reset
64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
SIF
13-1 Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video RSBUF

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CVBS/Y/C Full HD(1080P)
AV2 Front
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
20bits (Coaxial)
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
I2S EBI
TROUBLESHOOTING

Flash
L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


N Follow procedure HDMI video trouble
Check video output
shooting

Y 13. HDMI Audio


13-2. Troubleshooting
Check EDID NVRAM (IC602, 603, 604) N Replace it orredownload
Power & I2C Signal (#5, #6)

Only for training and service purposes


Follow procedure All source audio trouble N Maybe BCM3553 audio block has
shooting problems. Replace it

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TROUBLESHOOTING

LGE Internal Use Only


14. USB
NVRAM
I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch Reset
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
Tuner
64Bit I/F (Micom)

PKT

Only for training and service purposes


Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
SIF
14-1. Block Diagram of Troubleshooting

Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
1/2/3 Rx PCI/
TROUBLESHOOTING

I2S EBI Flash


L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) RS232 EPM240F
4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


14. USB
Check USB 2.0 Cable

Check USB Device


14-2. Troubleshooting
If device is 2.5 inch HDD, check power adaptor

Only for training and service purposes


N
Check P201 Replace it

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Check L205 voltage level 5V N Replace it or IC202

- 47 -
Maybe BCM3553 has problems

• Exception
TROUBLESHOOTING

- USB power could be disabled by inrushing current


- In this case, remove the device and try to reboot the TV (AC power off/on)

LGE Internal Use Only


NVRAM
I2C 24C16
NIM TUNER KIA7029

RF Analog DDR1(128MB)
DDR1(128MB)
/Digital TC90512 74LVC14APW (16Mx16x4) MTV416
Switch Reset
(16Mx16x4) Local KEY
Tuner
64Bit I/F (Micom)

Only for training and service purposes


PKT
Serial TP IB0 WXGA(768P)
HD/SD
CVBS Digital out
Parse2 Video
SIF
Encoder
CVBS/Y/C
AV1 Video

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CVBS/Y/C RSBUF
Front Full HD(1080P)
AV2
End
COMP1 XCBUF MNT out (Audio Only)
Y/Cb/Cr
COMP2
RMX0
R/G/B Audio 74HC04
RGB-PC

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DVI HD-DVI BCM3553 DSP SPDIF Out
(Coaxial)
20bits
Dual
TMDS341A TMDS_RX+- SPDIF Out
HDMI HDMI
(3x1,S/W)
BLOCK DIAGRAM

1/2/3 Rx PCI/
I2S EBI Flash
L/R CS5340
(32MB)
COMP 1 MC33078 MCLK
COMP 2 I2S BCM7412
L/R (AMP)
TEA6420 HSX Serial
AV1 (MPEG4
DDR1

USB2.0
(64MB)

AV2 Audio NTP3000 TP Decoder)


RGB-PC SW (Digital AMP) DM1/DP1
RX/TX 12bit YC 4:2:2

DVI
X-tal(54M) EPM240F
RS232 4:2:2 20bit YC

LGE Internal Use Only


Reset Design I2C Design
Active Low Active High 3.3V
Power-on CH 0
BCM7412
Reset
NIM TUNER
(0xC2, 0x30)
Not Gate Active Low 5V
BCM3553 CH 1
Audio

Only for training and service purposes


Switch
Flash (0x9A)
BCM3553
3.3V
CH 2
HDCP Key Audio
Tuner NVRAM

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EEPROM AMP
(0xA6)
(0xA8) (0x54)
3.3V
CH 3
PLD
Micom
(0x50)

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Clock Design
Main Clock

54M
BLOCK DIAGRAM

BCM3553
Crystal

33MHz

BCM7412

27MHz Clock is Recovered From The STC Values

BCM3553 BCM7412
VCXO 27M

LGE Internal Use Only


Power-Up Sequence

BCM3553
- A Controlled power-up sequence is necessary to establish the two core voltages before the pad voltage is applied

Only for training and service purposes


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D3.3V, D1.2V.jpg
BLOCK DIAGRAM

BCM7412
- Recommends the following power-up sequence: 1.2V -> 2.5V -> 3.3V
- Recommends no more than 5ms between different supplies
All Voltages should regulate at their nominal output voltages no later than 10ms

So, Power-up is Controlled by Micom


- These 3 voltages should ramp up within 20ms total in any order, no sequence required, supplying
- 1.2V/2.6V/3.3V simultaneously is meet our requirement too.

LGE Internal Use Only


Power-Up Sequence

1) Power Sequence measurement waveform

Only for training and service purposes


D1.2_BCM
D2.6_BCM
D3.3_BCM
BCM_Reset

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

2) Result

- Initially 1.2V, 2.6V, 3.3V ramp up in 10ms.(Spec. : within 20ms)e

- Actually Reset time is approximately 100ms(considering the variation of R, C)


after power on.(Spec. : after 75ms)

LGE Internal Use Only


GPIO Structure
GPIO Signal Name Direction Description

5 S-VIDEO1_SW Input S-Video 1 Auto Detect

6 HDMI_POWER_0 Input HDMI 0 Power Detect

7 HDMI_POWER_1 Input HDMI 1 Power Detect

8 HDMI_POWER_2 Input HDMI 2 Power Detect

Only for training and service purposes


9 HDMI_HPD_0 Output HDMI 0 Hot Plug Detect

10 HDMI_HPD_1 Output HDMI 1 Hot Plug Detect

11 HDMI_HPD_2 Output HDMI 2 Hot Plug Detect

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14 COMP1_SW Input Component 1 Auto Detect

15 COMP2_SW Input Component 2 Auto Detect

16 REV_SEL0 Input Board Revision 0

17 REV_SEL1 Input Board Revision 1

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23 Reserved

24 COMPOSITE2_SW Input Composite 2 Auto Detect

26 COMPOSITE1_SW Input Composite 1 Auto Detect


BLOCK DIAGRAM

29 HDMI_SEL_0 Output HDMI Source 0 Select

30 HDMI_SEL_1 Output HDMI Source 1 Select

31 RF_SWITCH_CTRL Output RF Switch Control

38 Reserved

39 Reserved

40 Reserved

41 Reserved

55 S-VIDEO2_SW Input S-Video 2 Auto Detect


56 RGB_SW Input RGB Auto Detect

62 REV_SEL2 Input Board Revision 2

LGE Internal Use Only


MEMO

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BCM PO, USB
+19.0V IC100
BCM3553
A1.2V
+19.0V D3.3V
R541 A2.6V W18
3 .3 A10 GND_1 GND_108
PWM_MOD/AMP C513 C517 P202
A13 GND_2 GND_109
W19
W20
A16

10K R206

1K R213

1K R216

1K R217
T

READY
HB-1M1608-102J
T
330uF 0 . 1 uF YFDW254-14S

HB-1M1608-102J
C535 +5.0V GND_3 GND_110
C534 470pF LEFT D3.3V A19
GND_4 GND_111
W21
470pF W26
R545 R551 P200 A22
C520 L504 RIGHT GND_5 GND_112
W34

L207
10 10 HB-1M1608-102J
T

L204
0 . 0 1 uF SMW250-04 A25 GND_6
L508 B4 BCM3553_JTAG_TRSTb 1 2 GND_113
DA-8580 Y8
A28
IC504 C575 3 4 GND_7 GND_114
C539 C547 JP203 IC100 B4 BCM3553_JTAG_TDI IC100 Y9

R560
0 . 1 uF A31

4.7K
TC74VHC04FT C200 5 6 GND_8 GND_115
D3.3V C514 0 . 1 uF
1S 1F 0 . 1 uF C543 0 . 0 1 uF
4 . 7 uF BCM3553 B4 BCM3553_J
TAG_TDO D1.2V BCM3553 A32 Y14
0 . 1 uF 0 . 4 7 uF 1 7 8 GND_9 GND_116
C518

R201

R202
R564 B4 BCM3553_JTAG_TMS

1.5K

1.5K
JP505 B30 Y15
3 .3 L509 JP200 B4 BCM3553_JTAG_TC
K 9 10 GND_10 GND_117
2S 2F B31 Y16
L502 1A 1 14 VCC J 5 01 M32 T3 11 12 M12 GND_11 GND_118
HB-1M1608-102J
T HB-1M1608-102J
T
H2;6:AJ15 2
BSC_S_SC
L DDR1_ADDR00
4:A7 JTAG_RESETb
VDDC_1 C4 Y17
C540 C545 PPJ204-0
6 GND_12 GND_119

R558
13 14

4.7K
R543 4 BCM3553_SPDIF_OU
T M31 U4 M13

R207
R552 0 . 1 uF JP506 JP501 JP201 BSC_S_SD
A DDR1_ADDR01 VDDC_2 C8 Y18
C515 10 1Y 2 13 6A GND_13 GND_120
10 AH32 U2 M14 Y19
C507 22000pF 0 . 0 1 uF C576 C201 0 . 1 uF CLK54_AVDD1P2 DDR1_ADDR02 VDDC_3 C29
C512 +19.0V R522 R523 3 AG30 V2 M15 GND_14 GND_121
470pF 470pF R562 3 0 . 1 uF 120 75 O_SPRING 1 C202 0 . 1 uF CLK54_AVDD2P5 DDR1_ADDR03 VDDC_4 D3 Y20
0 . 1 uF 22000pF 2A 3 12 6Y JP202

1K
C531 C536 JP507 AH31 V4 M16 GND_15 GND_122
3 .3
CLK54_AVSS DDR1_ADDR04 VDDC_5 D10 Y21
C522 AH33 V3 M17 GND_16 GND_123
M CLK : 12.288MHz 1uF
JP508
2 2Y 4 11 5A C577
100pF
R524
110
C578
100pF ZD501
CONTACT 2
4
E3 54MHz_XTAL_N
AH34
CLK54_XTAL_N DDR1_ADDR05
U3 TOP View M18
VDDC_6 D34
E9
GND_17 GND_124
Y26
AA8
5.6B E3 54MHz_XTAL_P CLK54_XTAL_P DDR1_ADDR06 VDDC_7 GND_18 GND_125
A1.2V AG32 U5 M19 AA9
MICOM_RESET C532 C537 3A 5 10 5Y L201 CLK54_MONITOR DDR1_ADDR07 D2.6V VDDC_8 E27
470pF 470pF AF30 U6 M20 GND_19 GND_126
4:H3;G1 R544 1 U_CAN 3 HB-1M1608-102J
T VCXO_AGND1 DDR1_ADDR08 VDDC_9 F7 AA14
R553 JP500 AF29 V5 M21 GND_20 GND_127
10 HB-1M1608-102J
T AA15
10 3Y 6 9 4A VCXO_AVDD1P2 DDR1_ADDR09 VDDC_10 F8 GND_21
C509 L506 AH29 T2 M22 GND_128
L510 C204 F24 AA16
1:H3;D2 BCM3553_AUD_MCLK BYP_XTAL_EN DDR1_ADDR10 VDDC_11 GND_22 GND_129
DA-8580 0 . 1 uF N29 V6 M23 AA17
1uF SMAW250-04 GND 7 8 4Y 4 . 7 uF BYP_CPU_CLK DDR1_ADDR11 VDDC_12 F27
C548 C203 N28 V7 C268 N12 GND_23 GND_130

R561
C269 C270 C279 AA18

4.7K
C541 C544 P500 BYP_SYS175_CLK DDR1_ADDR12 C272 VDDC_13 H8
+1.8V 1S 1F 0 . 0 1 uF P27 R2 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 10uF 33uF N13 GND_24 GND_131

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55
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51
AA19

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49
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47
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43
C525 0 . 1 uF 0 . 4 7 uF A1.2V BYP_SYS216_CLK DDR1_BA0 VDDC_14 H10
A3.3V AF28 R3 N14 GND_25 GND_132
1uF R565 H11 AA20
1 42 A2.6V BYP_DS_CLK DDR1_BA1 VDDC_15 GND_26 GND_133
C500 HB-1M1608-102J
T 3 .3 L511 AG28 AB2 N15 AA21
41 2S 2F BYP_SYS9_C
LK DDR1_DATA00 VDDC_16 H12
100pF L500 2 AM13 AA7 N16 GND_27 GND_134
C546 USB_AVSS1 DDR1_DATA01 VDDC_17 H13 AB1
3 40 C524 R546 HB-1M1608-102J
T
C o a x i a l Out AL12 AB3 N17 GND_28 GND_135

R559
+19.0V

4.7K
10 R554 C542 USB_AVDD1P2 DDR1_DATA02 VDDC_18 H14 AB6
4 39 22000pF GND_29 GND_136
10 0 . 1 uF 0 . 0 1 uF AL13 AA6 N18 AB8
5 38 R563 USB_AVDD1P2PLL DDR1_DATA03 VDDC_19 H15 GND_30
L200 GND_137

0. 1uF
470pF AJ15 AA3 N19

0. 1uF

4 . 7 uF
3 .3 HB-1M1608-102J
T USB_AVDD2P5 DDR1_DATA04 VDDC_20 H16 AB14
3.3K 6 37 C533 GND_31 GND_138
1000pF AK13 AA2 D3.3V N20 AB15
R531 C505 7 IC501 36 USB_AVDD3P3 DDR1_DATA05 VDDC_21 H17
C501 AK15 AA5 N21 GND_32 GND_139
10uF NTP3000A C538 USB_RREF DDR1_DATA06 VDDC_22 H18 AB16
8 35 GND_33 GND_140
470pF AK14 AA4 N22

C278
C277
R211 AB17

C205

C206
0 . 1 uF 34 R203 USB_AVDD2P5REF DDR1_DATA07 VDDC_23 H19
9 C207 22 GND_34 GND_141

C231
C503 AP14 W5 N23
10 IIC CH4 33 100pF 3.9K E6 USB_DM1 USB_DM1 DDR1_DATA08 VDDC_24 H20
GND_35 GND_142
AB18
AN14 W2 P12 AB19

12pF
11 0x54 32 C528 E6 USB_DP1 USB_DP1 DDR1_DATA09 VDDC_25 H21 GND_36 GND_143

0. 1uF

0. 1uF
0 . 1 uF AL14 W4 C261 C262 C263 C264 C265 C266 C267 P13

C229
R214 H22 AB20
12 31 USB_DM2 DDR1_DATA10 C273 VDDC_26

R208
120 AM14 W3 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 4 . 7 uF 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF P22 GND_37 GND_144

604
+1.8V C526 +9V OPT H23 AB21
13 30 C228 USB_DP2 DDR1_DATA11 VDDC_27 GND_38 GND_145
0 . 1 uF AJ14 Y3 READY P23 AB34
14 29 0 . 1 uF USB_MONCDR DDR1_DATA12 VDDC_28 H24
AH14 W6 R12 GND_39 GND_146
L501 D3.3V USB_MONPLLCDR DDR1_DATA13 54MHz_XTAL_P B2 VDDC_29 H25 GND_40 GND_147
AC3
AP13 Y2 R13

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28

54MHz
AC4

X200
HB-1M1608-102J
T C6 USB_PWRFLT1 1K USB_PWRFLT_1 DDR1_DATA14 VDDC_30 H26
GND_41 GND_148
AM12 Y4 L206 R22 AC5
L513 USB_PWRFLT_2 DDR1_DATA15 54MHz_XTAL_N B2 VDDC_31 J9
GND_42 GND_149
C506 R200 AN13 R4 R23 AC14
A6 USB_PWRON1 USB_PWRON_1 DDR1_DATA16 VDDC_32 J 10
C504 10uF HB-1M1608-102J
T AN12 R7 1008LS-272XJLC T12 GND_43 GND_150
USB_PWRON_2 DDR1_DATA17 VDDC_33 L5 AC15
0 . 1 uF K34 P2 T13 GND_44 GND_151
+19.0V RESET_OUT DDR1_DATA18 D3.3V VDDC_34 L7
GND_45 GND_152
AC16
1 : D 6 ; 4 : B 6 ; 8 : A 3 ; 11 : O 11SYS_RESET AD8 P5 T22 AC17
R501 b RESET DDR1_DATA19 C232 VDDC_35 L26
3 .3 1K K29 N2 READY 33pF T23 GND_46 GND_153
NMI DDR1_DATA20 M8 AC18
R205 VDDC_36 GND_47 GND_154
R209 P4 U12 AC19
C523 C529 DDR1_DATA21 VDDC_37 M26 GND_48 GND_155
C527 AF2 P6 U13 AC20
22000pF 330uF 0 . 1 uF TMODE_0 DDR1_DATA22 VDDC_38 M34
C559 C561 AF1 P3
C252 C253 C254 C255 C256 C257 C258 C259 C280
U22 GND_49 GND_156

12pF
R212 AC21

1K
I C503 0.1uF TMODE_1 DDR1_DATA23 4 . 7 uF 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 4 . 7 uF 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 10uF VDDC_39 N1

R204
1uF 22 GND_50 GND_157

C230
6:AJ17 BCM3553_I2S_DATA_OUT C521 100uF AE6 M6 U23
N8 AC26
C530 TMODE_2 DDR1_DATA24 VDDC_40 GND_51 GND_158
6:AJ17 BCM3553_I2S_LRCLK_OUT 0 . 0 1 uF MC33078DR2
G AE5 M3 V12
N34 AD2
TMODE_3 DDR1_DATA25 VDDC_41 GND_52 GND_159
6:AJ17 BCM3553_I2S_SCLK_OUT R536 BCM3553_JTAG_TC
K
AG3 L2 V13
P8 AD3
22 E1 EJTAG_TCK DDR1_DATA26 VDDC_42 GND_53 GND_160
1 : A 2 ; 1 : H 1 ; 4 : E 6 ; 9 : E4 SDA2_3.3V R537
OUTPUT1
1 8
VCC R581 C562 AF3 M4 V22 AD26
22 E1 BCM3553_JTAG_TDI EJTAG_TDI DDR1_DATA27 VDDC_43 P14
22uF AG2 M2 V23 GND_54 GND_161
1 : A 2 ; 1 : H 1 ; 4 : E 6 ; 9 : E4 SCL2_3.3V 150 MC33078_R_OU
T BCM3553_J
TAG_TDO EJTAG_TDO DDR1_DATA28 VDDC_44 P15 AD27
INPUT1-
2 7
OUTPUT2 E1 AF4 M5 W12 GND_55 GND_162
AD28
C554 R569 E1 BCM3553_JTAG_TMS EJTAG_TMS DDR1_DATA29 VDDC_45 P16 GND_56 GND_163
+1.8V
G2 MC33078_L_OU
T C564 G2 AF6 N4 W13 AE7
R534 INPUT1+
3 6
INPUT2-
C560 R579 EJTAG_CE DDR1_DATA30 VDDC_46 P17
GND_57 GND_164
100 C553 150 6.8K 0.01uF AF5 N3 W22 AE8
4:F1 MUTE1 22uF R570 C556 E1 BCM3553_JTAG_TRSTb EJTAG_TRST DDR1_DATA31
Y6
D1.2V
W23
VDDC_47 P18 GND_58 GND_165
L503 0.01uF 6.8K
VEE
4 5
INPUT2+ 47pF A1.2V DDR1_DM0 VDDC_48 P19 AE27
C508 HB-1M1608-102J
T 47pF R580
L202 N31 Y5 Y12 GND_59 GND_166
AE28
PLL_MIPS_AVDD1P2 DDR1_DM1 VDDC_49 P20
33pF
R518
270 TEA6420_R_OU
T N30 N5 Y13 GND_60 GND_167
AE29
HB-1M1608-102J
T PLL_MIPS_AGND DDR1_DM2 VDDC_50 P21
270 R572 R574 M33 N6 Y22 GND_61 GND_168
C209 R8 AE34
C555 R568 4.7K 4.7K PLL_MAIN_MIPS_RPTR_TESTOU
T DDR1_DM3 VDDC_51 GND_62 GND_169
TEA6420_L_OU
T R582 C563 A1 0 . 1 uF 4 . 7 uF AH28 Y7 Y23 AF7
A2 C208 VCXO_PLL_AUD_TESTOUT DDR1_DQS0 C233 C234 C235 C236 C237 C275 C276 C240 C241 VDDC_52 R14 GND_63 GND_170
C516
C519
10K 10K 22uF AJ28 W7
0 . 1 uF 4 . 7 uF 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 10uF 10uF 33uF 33uF
AA12
R15 AF9
10uF PLL_DS_TESTOU
T DDR1_DQS1 VDDC_53 GND_64 GND_171
0 . 1 uF 22uF AJ29 P7 AA13
R16 AF15
L203 PLL_OB_TESTOU
T DDR1_DQS2 VDDC_54
C557 C558 R575 AH17 N7 AA22 GND_65 GND_172
AF16
PLL_VAFE_AVDD1P2 DDR1_DQS3 VDDC_55 R17
0.1uF 0.1uF 4.7K HB-1M1608-102J
T AH18 T7 AA23 GND_66 GND_173
AF17
R573 0 . 1 uF C211 PLL_VAFE_AVSS DDR1_RAS VDDC_56 R18 GND_67 GND_174
AH19 R5 AB12 AF18
4.7K C210 4 . 7 uF PLL_VAFE_TESTOUT DDR1_CAS VDDC_57 R19
GND_68 GND_175
+9V R6 AB13 AF19
DDR1_WE VDDC_58 R20 GND_69
P1 M7 AB22 GND_176
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
1 EXT_DDR1_CLK VDDC_59 R21 AF20
U1 T5 D1.2V D1.2V AB23 GND_70 GND_177
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
2 DDR1_CLK0 VDDC_60 R26 AF21
L512 HB-1M1608-102J
T Y1 T4 AC12 GND_71 GND_178
D2.6V AF22
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
3 DDR1_CLK0B VDDC_61 T1
AC1 U7 AC13 GND_72 GND_179
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
4 DDR1_CKE VDDC_62 T8 AF23
GND_73 GND_180
AUDIO SWITCH AB7
N9
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
5 DDR1_CSB0
T6
AC2
A1.2V
D3.3V
AC22
AC23
VDDC_63 T14 GND_74 GND_181
AF31
C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 C217 DDR1_VDDO2P5_
6 DDR1_VREF0 VDDC_64 T15 AF32
+5.0V GND_75 GND_182
+3.3V 0 . 1 uF 0 . 0 1 uF 1000pF 0 . 1 uF 0 . 0 1 uF 1000pF P9 L1
C242 C243 C244 C245 C246 C247 C248 C249 C250 C251 AG9
OP AMP R9
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
7
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
8
DDR1_VREF1
DDR1_BVDD1P2_
0
AB5 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 4 . 7 uF 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF 0 . 1 uF 4 . 7 uF 1000pF 0 . 0 1 uF G34
VDDO_1
T16
T17
GND_76 GND_183
AG10
T9 L4 J 26 GND_77 GND_184
DDR1_VDDO2P5_
9 DDR1_BVDD1P2_
1 VDDO_2 T18 AG11
HB-1M1608-102J
T U9 AB4 K9 GND_78 GND_185

C227

C225
C218

C219

C220
AG12