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DATA PROJECTOR VPL-ES3 REMOTE COMMANDER RM-PJ4 SERVICE MANUAL 1st Edition

DATA PROJECTOR

VPL-ES3

REMOTE COMMANDER

RM-PJ4

SERVICE MANUAL 1st Edition

! WARNING This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk

! WARNING

This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

! WARNUNG

Die Anleitung ist nur für qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt. Alle Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgeführt werden. Um die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von Personen ausgeführt werden, die eine spezielle Befähigung dazu besitzen.

! AVERTISSEMENT

Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres. Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement.

faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement. CAUTION RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY

CAUTION

RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE RULE IN REGION.

VPL-ES3

Table of Contents

1. Service Information

1-1.

Appearance Figure

1-1

1-2.

Board Locations

1-1

1-3.

Disassembly

1-3-1.

1-3-2.

1-3-3.

1-3-4.

1-3-5.

1-3-6.

1-3-7.

1-3-8.

1-1

Upper Case Assembly

1-2

Front Case Assembly and

Sub Rear Case Assembly

1-2

Main Board

1-3

Tunnel Outlet Section

1-4

Main Board Bracket Section

1-4

Power Board and Lamp Power Supply

1-5

Optics Section

1-6

DC Fan

1-7

1-4.

Warning on Power Connection

1-8

2.

Electrical Adjustments

2-1.

Initial Values of Adjustment Items

2-1

2-2.

Memory Structure

2-5

3.

Troubleshooting

3-1.

Electric Troubleshooting

3-1

3-2.

Power Board Troubleshooting

3-3

3-2-1.

3-2-2.

No Power

3-3

Failure of Turn on Lamp

3-4

4. Spare Parts

4-1.

Notes on Repair Parts

4-1

4-2.

Exploded Views

4-2

4-3.

Electrical Parts List

4-4

4-4.

Packing Materials & Supplied Accessories

4-4

5. Block Diagram

 

Overall

5-1

6. Diagram

6-1.

Frame Schematic Diagram

6-1

Section 1 Service Information

1-1.

Appearance Figure

Section 1 Service Information 1-1. Appearance Figure 1-2. Board Locations Main Lamp power supply Thermal sennsor

1-2.

Board Locations

Main Lamp power supply Thermal sennsor IR sensor Power
Main
Lamp power supply
Thermal sennsor
IR sensor
Power

Detection switch

1-3.

Disassembly

1-3-1. Upper Case Assembly 3 Four claws 4 Upper Case assembly Remove the Upper Case
1-3-1.
Upper Case Assembly
3 Four claws
4 Upper Case assembly
Remove the Upper Case from this corner with the
strong force to the extent that the Upper Case will
not be damaged.
1 Filter door
2 Five screws
(M 3 x 6)
1-3-2.
Front Case Assembly and Sub Rear Case Assembly
2 Two screws (M 3 x 6) 7 Two screws (M 3 x 6) 3
2 Two screws
(M 3 x 6)
7 Two screws
(M 3 x 6)
3 Shield
6 Flat head
screw (M 3)
5 Six hexagon
screws
8 Two claws
Main board
0 Front case assembly
1 Lens cap
J11
J6
4 Two screws
(+K 3 x 12)
9 Sub rear case assembly

1-3-3.

Main Board

1 Three screws (M 3 x 6)

4 Main board

2 Joystick key

3 Main shield

Because the harnesses has the shape of flat cross-section, do not insert the harnesses with excessive force. Find out the direction in which the harnesses can be inserted easily, and then insert the harnesses. Harnesses

J19 J12 J13 J17 J24 J16 J18 J22 Main board J21 J14 J20
J19
J12
J13
J17
J24 J16 J18
J22
Main board
J21
J14
J20

Harnesses clamp section

Lamp box assembly

When re-assembling, give an appropriate amount of extra slack of this harnesses.

1-3-4.

Tunnel Outlet Section

Because the harnesses has the shape of flat cross-section, do not insert the harnesses with
Because the harnesses has the shape of flat
cross-section, do not insert the harnesses with
excessive force. Find out the direction in
which the harnesses can be inserted easily,
and then insert the harnesses.
Harnesses
1 Two tapping screws
(PAN 3 x 7)
J16
Main board
Harnesses clamp section
2
Lamp box
assembly
J16
Main board

When re-assembling, give an appropriate amount of extra slack of this harnesses.

Tunnel outlet section

1-3-5.

Main Board Bracket Section

Remove the Main board before starting the removal work

2 Three tapping screws (PAN 3 x 7) 1 Two screws (M 3 x 6)
2 Three tapping screws
(PAN 3 x 7)
1 Two screws
(M 3 x 6)
Power board
3 Screw
(M 4 x 6)

4 Main board bracket section

1-3-6.

Power Board and Lamp Power Supply

Remove the Tunnel Outlet unit before starting the removal work.

n

In older to remove the connector that is connected to the lamp power supply block, remove the lamp power supply first. Then, remove the connector after the lamp power supply block is raise up. Do not give an excessive force to the harness.

To the main board J12

3 Screw (+PWH 3 x 8) 0 Lamp power supply 1 Two stands assembly 9
3
Screw
(+PWH 3 x 8)
0 Lamp power supply
1 Two stands assembly
9 Cushion
CN603
8 Lamp power
supply
connector
From the Main board CN602
(Red and Black wires)
2 Power board
6 Loosen two screws.
7 Lamp
4 loosen screw.
5 Lamp door

1-3-7.

Optics Section

3 Two tapping screws (PAN 3 x 7)

4 Focus/Zoom adjust assembly

1 Two tapping screws (PAN 3 x 7)

2 Lamp box assembly

5 Four screws (+P 2.5 x 8)

6 Optics section

Assembling Method of Optics section and Focus/Zoom Adjust Assembly

Phase matching

1 Rotate the Zoom dial clockwise as shown until it is stopped.

2 Rotate the Focus dial counter-clockwise as shown until it is stopped.

During the assembling process, never change the gear position that is set by step 3.

Focus dial

6 Install the Focus/Zoom Adjust Assembly as shown.

5 Install the Optics section in the Lower Case.

Lower case

3 Rotate the Focus dial counter-clockwise as shown until it is stopped.

4 Rotate the Focus/Zoom Adjust Assembly counter-clockwise until it is stopped.

7 After installation is completed, verify that the Optics section can rotate from the position A to the position B smoothly.

A

B

1-3-8.

DC Fan

1 Two tapping screws (PAN 3 x 7) 7 Two tapping screws (PAN 3 x
1 Two tapping screws
(PAN 3 x 7)
7
Two tapping screws
(PAN 3 x 7)
2 Duct LCD assembly
8 Duct lamp
5
Two tapping screws
(M 3 x 25)
3 Two tapping screws
(+PWH 3 x 10)
6 DC fan
4 DC fan

1-4.

Warning on Power Connection

Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.

 

The United States, Canada

Continental

UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand

Japan

Europe

Plug type

VM0233

290B

YP-12A

COX-07

_

1)

YP332

Connector type

VM0089

386A

YC-13B

COX-02

VM0310B

YC-13

Cord type

SJT

SJT

H05VV-F

H05VV-F

N13237/CO-228

VCTF

Rated Voltage/Current

10A/125V

10A/125V

10A/250V

10A/250V

10A/250V

7A/125V

Safety approval

UL/CSA

UL/CSA

VDE

VDE

VDE

DENAN

Cord length (max.)

4.5m (14 feet 9 inches)

 

_

(1) Use an appropriate rating plug which is applied to local regulations.

No.).H/V

MEMORYH

(PRESETPhase

signal“Dot

and Picture Mode” items in the “INPUT SETTING” menu have their respective initial values f or each input*

n There are some adjustment items that cannot be adjusted, depending on the input signal.

* PICTURE SETTING" The "Picture Mode" item that exists in the menu is also similar.

Initial Values of Adjustment Items

Size, Shift

E,

2-1.

The

Section 2 Electrical Adjustments

 

Re-

marks

 

Cinema Presentation

85

55

55

40

-

High

 

Off

-

 

Input-A (Component,VideoGBR)

 

75

50

50

30

-

Low

On

-

Living

90

50

60

40

-

Low

Off

-

Game

90

60

65

40

-

High

 

Off

-

Standard

80

50

50

30

-

Low

Off

-

 

Dynamic

90

60

50

60

-

High

 

Off

-

PresentationCinema

85

55

-

-

GraphicsGraphicsGraphics

High

 

-

On

 

60

50

-

-

Low

-

On

 

Input-A (Computer)

Living

90

50

-

-

Low

-

On

Game

90

60

-

-

High

 

-

On

 

Standard

80

50

-

-

GraphicsGraphics

Graphics-

High

 

-

On

 

Picture Memory

 

Dynamic

90

60

-

-

High

 

-

On

MemoryName

   

PresentationCinema

75

55

50

50

40

High

 

Off

 

75

50

55

50

30

-

Low

On

 

S Video

Living

90

50

60

50

40

-

Low

Off

Game

90

60

65

50

40

-

High

 

Off

 

Standard

80

50

50

50

30

-

Low

Off

Dynamic

90

60

50

50

60

-

High

 

Off

Presentation

85

55

50

50

50

-

High

 

Off

Cinema

75

50

58

50

30

-

Low

On

 

Video

Living

90

50

60

50

50

-

Low

Off

 

Game

90

60

65

50

50

-

High

 

Off

Dynamic Standard

80

50

50

50

30

-

Low

Off

 

90

60

50

50

60

-

High

 

Off

 

Status

Memory

*

15 (*)

*

*

Set

Memory

30

On

Off

Auto

Component

Off

Front & Rear

Off

On

English

Center

0

Off

Blue

Standard

Off

Off

Enter x 4

Display only

Display only

Display only

Display only

Display only

ItemName

Picture Mode

Adjust

Picture

Contrast

Brightness

Color

Hue

Sharpness

Gamma

Mode

Color

Temp.

Volume

Adjust

Signal

Dot Phase

H Size

Shift

Wide Mode

Scan Conv

Smart APA

Auto Input

Search

Color System

Input-A Sel.

Signal

Power Saving

Receiver

IR

Panel Key Lock

Status

Languege

Menu Position

Keystone

V

Image Flip

Background

Lamp Mode

Mode Altitude

High

Security Lock

Key

fH

fV

(Memory No.)

(Resolution)

Lamp Timer

Menu

Title

 

PICTURE

SETTING

INPUT

SETTING

SET

SETTING

MENU

SETTING

INSTALL

SETTING

INFOR-

MATION

Page

ItemName

 

MemoryName

   

Set

Color

   

CH

Re-

         

Component

marks

R

G

B

Video

Computer

VideoGBR

Page1

 

TGHST Phase Hi

0

             

TGHST Phase Lo

109

             

SHSH1

38

             

TGHST Position

12

             

DEHPF On

       

Off

On

Off

 

DEHPF AAC

       

Off

Off

Off

 

DEHPF TAP

       

1

1

1

 

DEUSC On

       

On

On

On

 

3D GAMMASubCont

0

             

3D GAMMASubBrt

150

             

Page2

PC COLOR

USC_GAIN_R

128

             

TEMP Hi

USC_GAIN_G

128

             

USC_GAIN_B

128

             

USC_BIAS_R

0

             

USC_BIAS_G

0

             

USC_BIAS_B

0

             

PC COLOR

USC_GAIN_R

128

             

TEMP Lo

USC_GAIN_G

70

             

USC_GAIN_B

100

             

USC_BIAS_R

0

             

USC_BIAS_G

0

             

USC_BIAS_B

0

             

VIDEO COLOR

USC_GAIN_R

128

             

TEMP Hi

USC_GAIN_G

80

             

USC_GAIN_B

120

             

USC_BIAS_R

0

             

USC_BIAS_G

0

             

USC_BIAS_B

0

             

VIDEO COLOR

USC_GAIN_R

128

             

TEMP Lo

USC_GAIN_G

70

             

USC_GAIN_B

100

             

USC_BIAS_R

0

             

USC_BIAS_G

0

             

USC_BIAS_B

0

             
 

DELUT SW

ON

             

DEUF SW

Off

             

ROM Version

Display only

             

LAMP TIMER

Display only

             

OPERATION TIMER

Display only

             

PREV.LAMp TIMER

Display only

             

Page

ItemName

 

MemoryName

   

Set

Color

   

CH

Re-

         

Component

marks

R

G

B

Video

Computer

VideoGBR

Page3

 

GainR

163

             

GainG

163

             

GainB

163

             

BiasR_NORMAL

102

             

BiasG_NORMAL

102

             

BiasB_NORMAL

102

             

BiasR_FLIP

128

             

BiasG_FLIP

128

             

BiasB_FLIP

128

             

Page4

 

SigCenR

33

             

SigCenG

33

             

SigCenB

33

             

SidA_R

21

             

SidA_G

20

             

SidA_B

20

             

SidB_R

83

             

SidB_G

85

             

SidB_B

84

             

Page5

 

VcomR_NORMAL

88

             

VcomG_NORMAL

88

             

VcomB_NORMAL

88

             

VcomR_FLIP

88

             

VcomG_FLIP

88

             

VcomB_FLIP

88

             

Page6

 

ADC Offset RGB

 

70

70

70

       

ADC Gain RGB

 

130

130

130

       

PbPr R Offset

123

             

PbPr R Offset

63

             

PbPr R Offset

120

             

PbPr R Gain

23

             

PbPr G Gain

63

             

PbPr B Gain

30

             

Page7

 

Test-Pattern 2

Off

             

PW filter

       

RGB_320T_1.PWF

RGB_320T_3.PWF

RGB_320T_1.PWF

 

Color Space

       

REC601_YCBCR

RGB

REC601_YCBCR

 

Interpolation

       

1-Field

1-Field

1-Field

 

Gray Value

128

             

Blue Value

128

             
Page ItemName MemoryName Set Color CH Re- marks Component R G B Video Computer VideoGBR
Page
ItemName
MemoryName
Set
Color
CH
Re-
marks
Component
R
G
B
Video
Computer
VideoGBR
Display only
Page8
TemperatureSensor1
Display only
TemperatureSensor2
Display only
TemperatureSensor3
Display only
FanSpeed1
Display only
FanSpeed2
Display only
FanSpeed3
Display only
FanSpeed4
Display only
FanSpeed5
ManualFanSpeed
Off
System Protect
On
Page9
RS232 Debug Info 1
RS232 Debug Info 2
RS232 Debug Info 3
RS232 Debug
Test String
SogThreshold
25
Page10
Uniformity R
123
Uniformity G
63
Uniformity B
120
Burn-In Cycle
0
Burn-In Cycle
210
On Time
Burn-In Cycle
30
Off Time
Burn-In Hour
50
Burn-In Lamp Mode
Low
Burn-In
Off

2-2.

Memory Structure

Set Memory

   

Set Memory

   

Status

No.01

Status

No.01

Memory

Memory

 

No.02

 

No.02

   

No.03

No.03

 

Preset

Componet

Input-A /

 

No.04

 

No.05

No.04

 

No.05

   

No.50

 

No.50

   

Dynamic

 

Dynamic

Standard

Standard

Video

Game

 

Video

 

Game

Living

Living

 

Cinema

 

Cinema

Presentation

Presentation

 

Dynamic

Dynamic

Standard

Standard

Picture

S Video

Game

Picture

S Video

 

Game

Memory

Living

Memory

Living

 

Cinema

 

Cinema

 

Presentation

 

Presentation

 

Dynamic

Dynamic

Standard

Standard

Input-A

Game

 

Input-A

 

Game

Living

Living

 

Cinema

 

Cinema

Presentation

Presentation

 

NT358/443/BW60

     

NT358/443/BW60

 

PAL/PAL-M/N/

PAL/PAL-M/N/

 

SECAM/BW50

 

SECAM /BW50

Chroma

15k RGB

Chroma

 

15k RGB

Component(15k )

 

Memory

Memory

Component(15k )

Double speed Component

Double speed Component

 

HDTV(YP bPr)

   

HDTV(YP bPr)

HDTV(GBR)includ.double-speed

HDTV(GBR)includ.double-speed

Set Memory

Status Memory

Picture Memory

Chroma Memory

High

W/B

Memory

Computer

Low

Others

High

Low

High

W/B

Memory

Computer

Low

Others

High

Low

W/B

High

Memory

Low

Video

Channel

Memory

S Video

Input- A

RGB

Input-A

Component

Image Flip

Up/Down inversionis impossible

Memory

Up/Down inversionis possible

Video

Channel

Memory

S Video

Input-A

RGB

Input-A

Component

Image Flip

Up/Down inversionis impossible

Memory

Up/Down inversionis possible

Channel Memory

Image Flip Memory

External NVM

possible Channel Memory Image Flip Memory External NVM CPU RA M CPU ROM Memory Active memory

CPU RA M

CPU ROM

Channel Memory Image Flip Memory External NVM CPU RA M CPU ROM Memory Active memory copy
Channel Memory Image Flip Memory External NVM CPU RA M CPU ROM Memory Active memory copy

Memory

Active memory copy

Initialize

Memory structure of this model consists of the followings.

1 Set memory

2 Status memory

3 Picture memory

4 Chroma memory

5 W/B memory

6 Channel memory

7 Image Flip memory

* The gamma memory is realized by giving offset to the Contrast and Brightness output values to the devices in the gamma mode function.

When the power plug is connected to the wall outlet for the first time (Standby state), all data that are stored in the internal ROM are written in the NVM (non-volatile memory). When the POWER is turned ON, all the status memory data and other memory data that are required for the present picture are selected from each memory block and expanded in the internal RAM. When any adjustment is performed at this moment, the adjustment data (user mode items) are written in the NVM (Service/Special Service) automatically triggered by the memory operation.

The adjustment items (W/B, Device Adjust) that can be adjusted in the Service Mode or in the Special Service Mode, are memorized in the NVM at the time when the user performs adjustment and performs the memory operation. Note that the factory adjustment data will be lost at this moment.

3-1.

Section 3 Troubleshooting

Electric Troubleshooting

Connect the Power No Power LED OK Yes Power ON Lamp ON ? No Yes
Connect the Power
No
Power LED OK
Yes
Power ON
Lamp ON ?
No
Yes
Yes
System shut-down
And cooling
No
Yes
No Picture ?
No
Yes
Picture quality
No good ?

No

1
1

1. Check Power

2. Check lamp cover LED, lamp door, dust filter switch.

3. Check the power board out voltage 5V.

4. Change main board.

1. check the Ballast power and control signal wire

2. Check lamp door switch.

3. Check power board output voltage 15V and 12V.

1. Check the LED message table and find the error.

2. If the error code is lamp cover shine, please check the lamp.

3. If the error code is lamp cover flash, please check the door switch.

4. If the error code is temp/fan, please check the fan status and thermal sensor.

1. The picture is full-white pattern; please check the LCD panel connector.

2. The picture is full-black pattern; please check the LCD driver on the main board.

1. The picture a little green, blue, red, please check the LCD panel connector.

2. The picture has dust, please check the lens.

3. The picture flicker, please alignment again.

1 Yes OSD flicker ? No Yes Color temp wrong ? No Picture has Vertical
1
Yes
OSD flicker ?
No
Yes
Color temp wrong ?
No
Picture has
Vertical bar ?
Yes
No
IR remote control
No good ?
Yes
No
Yes
Audio function is
No good ?

Please alignment V-com again.

1. Please alignment gain again.

2. Only in YPbPr, please alignment offset.

Check the vertical bar color and find the LCD panel connector. Then check the pin of connector.

1. Please check the OSD setting

2. Check the front IR board.

1. P1. Check the OSD setting.

2. Check the speak wire.

3-2.

Power Board Troubleshooting

3-2-1.

No Power

No Power F601 No Open? Yes Replace Q601 and F601 with new ones, and then
No Power
F601
No
Open?
Yes
Replace Q601 and F601
with new ones, and then
put power board into set.
If Q601 damages again,
check if other parts are
shorted.
Yes
Q601(D-S)
Short ?
No
Check if 15.25V or 12V
exist, If any voltage is
wrong, replace IC701 or
T601 with new ones.
Output
Yes
5V DC
exists ?

No

Check if CN701 inserted properly.

Check if CN701 inserted properly.

Check if CN701 inserted properly.
Check if CN701 inserted properly.
Yes 5V DC exists ? No Check if CN701 inserted properly. Check if miss to solder

Check if miss to solder any SMD type of components.

Check if miss to solder any SMD type of components. Voltage outputs shut down and built
Voltage outputs shut down and built repeatly ? Yes
Voltage
outputs shut
down and built
repeatly ?
Yes

No

Voltage outputs shut down and built repeatly ? Yes No Check LED circuit of main board.

Check LED circuit of main board.

Check if D602 or IC602 is broken. if yes,replace it with now one.

Check if D602 or IC602 is broken. if yes,replace it with now one.

Check if D602 or IC602 is broken. if yes,replace it with now one.
Check if D602 or IC602 is broken. if yes,replace it with now one.
D602 or IC602 is broken. if yes,replace it with now one. Check CN701 and find out

Check CN701 and find out if some points are shorted to gound.

3-2-2.

Failure of Turn on Lamp

Failure of turn on ballast. Check if the input voltage of ballast is 380V DC
Failure of turn on ballast.
Check if the input
voltage of ballast is
380V DC
Yes
B
No
Lamp
Yes
A
Broken ?
Replace lamp with new
one.
No
No
Check main board.
Control
Pin (SCI) is
normal ?
Yes
Replace ballast with new
one.
B No Check if there is PFC_On/Off signal. Yes
B
No
Check if there
is PFC_On/Off
signal.
Yes

Check mian board.

Check if 18V exists at c-terminal of Q603. No Check Q701 IC604, Q604, Q603 or
Check if 18V
exists at c-terminal
of Q603.
No
Check Q701 IC604,
Q604, Q603 or ZD603,
and then replace broken
parts.
Yes F602 Open ? No
Yes
F602 Open ?
No

Yes

Replace F602 with new one.

parts. Yes F602 Open ? No Yes Replace F602 with new one. A Yes Q602 works
A Yes Q602 works normally ? No
A Yes
Q602 works
normally ?
No

Check ZD602, R655 and

R656.

4-1.

Notes on Repair Parts

Section 4

Spare Parts

1. Safety Related Components Warning

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Components marked ! are critical to safe operation. Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of replacement.

[WARNHINWEIS][WARNHINWEIS][WARNHINWEIS][WARNHINWEIS][WARNHINWEIS] Les composants identifiés par la marque ! sont critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.

2. Standardization of Parts Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those used for the unit. These are because of parts common- ality and improvement. Parts List has the present standardized repair parts.

3. Stock of Parts Parts marked with “o” at SP (Supply Code) column of the Spare Parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the delivery date will be delayed. Items with no part number and no description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service.

4. Units for Capacitors, Inductors and Resistors The following units are assumed in Schematic Dia- grams, Electrical Parts List and Exploded Views unless otherwise specified.

Capacitors

: µF

Inductors

: µH

Resistors

:

Overall

4-2.

33

+K 3x12

+K 3x12

Exploded Views

2

1

39

14

38

31

9

12

3

13

32

38

27

26

8

21

17

37

38

38 5 10 32 25 +PWH 3x8 +PSW 3x25 20 32 32 +P 2.5x8 32
38
5
10
32
25
+PWH
3x8
+PSW 3x25
20
32
32
+P 2.5x8
32
38
32
29
4
7
+PWH 3x10
30
E-2.5
22
38
38
35
18
15
16
19

34

36

+BVTP 3x6

6

11

28

32

23

24

No.

Part No.

SP Description

1

! 1-576-973-11 s FUSE, CYLINDERICAL (F602)

2

! 1-576-233-51 s FUSE (H.B.C.)(F601)

3

1-576-974-11 s THERMOSTAT

4

1-786-978-11 s SWITCH, DETECTION

5

1-786-988-11 s SWITCH, JOY STICK

6

! 1-787-494-11 s FAN, DC

7

! 1-787-495-11 s FAN, DC

8

!

1-787-496-11 s FAN, DC (DC)

9

!

1-787-496-21 s FAN, DC (DC)

10

1-789-542-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MAIN

11

1-789-543-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, IR SENSOR

12

1-789-544-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, THERMAL SENNSOR

13

1-789-545-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, POWER

14

1-826-473-11 s SPEAKER

15

2-670-065-01 s LAMP DOOR

16

2-670-066-01 s DOOR, FILTER

17

2-670-067-01 s MESH FILTER

18

2-670-071-01 s LBL SPEC

19

2-670-073-01 s LBL LAMP

20

2-675-465-01 s ASSY, LAMP BOX

21

2-675-466-01 s ASSY, FOOT ADJUST RUBBER

22

2-675-467-01 s FOOT, ADJUST

23

2-675-470-01 s TUNNEL OUTLET

24

2-675-472-01 s LENS CAP

25

2-675-475-01 s MYLAR BALLAST

26

2-676-604-01 s LOWER CASE

27

2-676-605-01 s ASSY, SUB REAR CASE

28

2-676-606-01 s ASSY, FRONT CASE

29

2-677-708-01 s ASSY, FOCUS/ZOOM ADJUST

30

2-681-547-02 s SCREW, TAP PH W/FLA M3*25L

31

2-681-549-01 s SCREW, MACH PAN EXT-TOO M4*6L

32

2-681-550-01 s SCREW, TAP PAN M3*7L

33

2-681-552-02 s SCREW, EX-HE 4#-40X4+6L NI

34

2-681-553-01 s SCREW, TAP PAN M2*6L

35

2-683-157-01 s RUBBER PAD ADJUST FOOT

36

2-670-061-01 s ASSY, UPPER CASE (WHITE COLOR)

36

2-683-158-01 s ASSY, UPPER CASE (DARK BROWN)

37

2-675-464-01 s KEY, JOYSTICK (WHITE COLOR)

37

2-683-159-01 s KEY, JOYSTICK (DARK BROWN)

38

3-918-696-11 s SCREW (M3X6 LOCK ACE)

39

4-672-839-11 s HEAD, M3 FLAT

7-682-903-21 s SCREW, +PWH 3X8 7-682-954-01 s SCREW, +PSW 3X25 7-624-118-04 s RING, RETAINING E-2.5 7-685-645-91 s SCREW +BVTP 3X6 7-621-262-40 s SCREW, +P 2.5X8

7-682-250-09 s SCREW, +K 3X12 7-682-903-31 s SCREW, +PWH 3X10

Overall

4-3.

Electrical Parts List

Ref. No. or Q’ty Part No.

SP Description

1pc

! 1-576-973-11 s FUSE, CYLINDERICAL (F602)

1pc

! 1-576-233-51 s FUSE (H.B.C) (F601)

4-4.

Packing Materials & Supplied Accessories

--------------------

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

--------------------

Ref. No. or Q’ty Part No.

SP Description

1pc

1-479-775-11 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-PJ4)

1pc

1-832-428-11 s CABLE, VGA

1pc

2-672-631-01 s GUIDE QS MANUAL

1pc

(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) 2-679-319-01 s BAG, CARRY VPLES3

1pc

2-679-320-01 s CD MANUAL VPL-ES3

1pc

! ------------ s CORD POWER (See 1-4. Warning on Power Connection)

Section 5 Block Diagram

Overall

Overall

RGT J10 HST TXDL U11 TXD ENB REMOTE RS-232C RXDL RXD RS232 VCK DRIVER/RECIEVER VST
RGT
J10
HST
TXDL
U11
TXD
ENB
REMOTE
RS-232C
RXDL
RXD
RS232
VCK
DRIVER/RECIEVER
VST
DWN
U42
PCG
RESET
RESET
LCDR[9:0]
RSIG[6:1]
GEN.
CLK_R
RVCOM
U46
IRF
U14,52
RPSIG
IR
IRRCVR0
PRG
(FORNT)
FRONT/REAR
RECIEVER
R
FRP
SDA
U53,54
DCK1_R
IR SELECT
U44
PRG
RGT33
LCD
SCL
DCK1x_R
EEPROM
FRP
U41,43
SDATA
DRIVER
DCK2_R
RGT33
RGT
SCLK
DCK2x_R
RGTx33
RGTx
WP
SEN
LCDENB
ENB
HCK_R
U12
IRR
LCDCLR
CLR
HCKx_R
(REAR)
IR
Q37
LCDHST
HST
PC_OUT_EN
UA27
RECIEVER
SDA
SDA
LCDVST
VST
GPIO
VIDEOEN
SCL
SCL
LCDVCK
VCK
EXTENTION
U21
LCDPCG
PCG
U38
LCDDWN
DWN
GRAPHICS
HCK_R
RGTx
LCD
VIDEO
HCK
HCK_G
HST
TIMING
HCK_B
MISC
ENB
HCKx_R
GEN.
DISPLAY
SDA
VCK
HCKx
HCKx_G
VST
SCL
HCKx_B
CHROMA
Q39
DWN
J5
DGE[7:0]
PCG
LUMA
Q40
U18
INPUT
S VIDEO
DRE[7:0]
LCDG[9:0]
GSIG[6:1]
DECODER
VY[7:0]
Q38
CVBS
CLK_G
GVCOM
DBE[7:0]
U48
J4
VUV[7:0]
GPSIG
PRG
Q10
G
VIDEO
U39
FRP
DCK1_G
VFILD
U55,56
RGTx33
LCD
DCK1_R
DCK1x_G
Q8
VVS
DCK2_R
SDATA
DRIVER
DCK2_G
VHS
DCK1_G
DCK[6:1]
SCLK
Q9
DCK2x_G
VCLK
DCK2_G
U5
SEN
HCK_G
VPEN
DVS
HCK1_B
EEPROM
HCKx_G
HCK2_B
DCLK
DHS
U40
Y1
PC-RIN
DCK1x_R
J2
24.576MHz
DCK2x_R
RGT
PC-GIN
U7-9,
GRE[7:0]
DCK1x_G
HST
INPUT
INPUT A
U59,U60
PC-RIN
DCK2x_G
GGE[7:0]
LCD_SDA
ENB
PC-BIN
HCK1x_B
LCD_SCL
PC-GIN
GBE[7:0]
VCK
HCK2x_B
RGB
VST
INPUT/OUTPUT
VSYNC
PC-BIN
GCLK
DWN
U17
GVS
PCG
HSYNC
HSYNC
GFBK
LCDB[9:0]
BSIG[6:1]
ADC
GHS
VSYNC
CLK_B
BVCOM
GCOAST
RED_OUT
U50
BPSIG
PRG
GBLKSPL
J3
FRP
B
GREEN_OUT
U23
DCK1_B
U57,58
OUTPUT
MONITOR
RGT33
LCD
DCK1x_B
SDA
BLUE_OUT
SDATA
SDATA
SDATA
DRIVER
DCK2_B
SCL
SCLK
SCLK
SCLK
DCK2x_B
VSYNC_O
SEN
SEN
SEN
HCK_B
HCKx_B
HSYNC_O
PC_SW
PC_SW
U34
MCKEXT
Y3
CLOCK
16.257MHz
GEN.
J9
U33
DCKEXT
Y2
INPUT
AUDIO
U10,UA11
Q1,3
AUDIO_VOL
CLOCK
13MHz
AUDIO
GEN.
Q2,4
AUDIO_MUT
IC604
Q603,604
IC601
Q605
INPUT/OUTPUT
Q701
J8
VOLUME
POWERON
POWER
POWER
POWER ON
AUDIO_SW
ISOLATOR
OUTPUT
AUDIO
ON/OFF
CONTROL
MUTE
Q58-61
DUST_SW
DUST SW
F1
DOOR_LOCK
MUTE
DOOR SW
P5V
SPEAKER
LAMP_LITZ
Q11,62
Q53-57
P15V
LAMP_EN
BALLAST
LAMP
POWER
P3P3V
P12V
Q26,27,
SWITCH
FAIL DET
FAN1
P5V
Q1
QF1
Q602
Q12
F602
THERMAL
LAMP
SENSOR
SWITCH
Q13
BD601
Y4
P15V
Q34,35,
32.768kHz
U37
IC701
FAN2
T601
D701
Q31
QF4
U26
HALOGEN
+135V
+15V
P135V
LAMP
THERMAL
REG
REG
SENSOR
D702
UF2
U28
Q601
UF1,U35
P12V
FAN
U31
U25
D703
SWITCHING
SDA
SDA
CONTROL
Q28,29,
LATCH
ROM
P5V
FAN3
SCL
SCL
QF2
U24
+2.5V
P2P5V
REG
I2C_SW
P3P3V
D605
U45
U36
FAN_SW
Q32,33,
Q24,25
U27
+1.8V
+3.3V
QA14,17,19,20,
LED
FAN4
V18V
QF3
RESET
REG
REG
P5V_F
FAN
Q14,17-20
DRIVER
P5V
GEN.
SWITCH
U15
D607
+3.3V
LED1-7
AVCC
REG
TEMP/FAN
SW1-4
U16
IC603
IC602
FAN5
LAMP COVER
Q36
+3.3V
PVDD
ISOLATOR
SWITCHING
THERMAL
POWER SAVING
REG
SENSOR
MENU
I/
U20
Eco_mode
I/
+3.3V
AVDD
PUSH ENTER
REG
INPUT
U19
P3P3A
P3P3D
+3.3V
REG
SDA
SCL
F
R
F+R
D[0:7]
CS0n
D[0:7]
LED[0:4]
CS1n
D[0:15]
D[0:15]
A[19:1]
ROMWEn
ROMOEn
RESET

R

LCD

R LCD G LCD B LCD

G

LCD

R LCD G LCD B LCD

B

LCD

L601,612,611

F601

6-1.

VPL-ES3

A

Frame Schematic Diagram

Section 6

Diagram

Frame Frame J11 J1 IR SENSOR BOARD MAIN CN1 BOARD DETECTION SWITCH (RIGHT) J13 CN1
Frame
Frame
J11
J1
IR
SENSOR
BOARD
MAIN
CN1
BOARD
DETECTION
SWITCH
(RIGHT)
J13
CN1
DETECTION
SWITCH
J2
(LEFT)
INPUT
INPUT A
J14
J1
THERMAL
SENSOR
J3
BOARD
OUTPUT
MONITOR
J20
LCD R
J4
VIDEO
J21
LCD G
J5
J22
INPUT
S VIDEO
LCD B
J6
SPEAKER
J16
FAN1
(FRONT RIGHT)
FAN2
J8
(FRONT LEFT)
J24
OUTPUT
AUDIO
FAN3
(REAR BOTOM)
J17
FAN4
J9
(REAR TOP)
INPUT
AUDIO
J18
FAN5
J10
(FRONT BOTOM)
REMOTE
RS-232C
J12
HALOGEN
BALLAST UNIT
LAMP
CN602
CN603
CN601
J19
CN701
POWER BOARD

6-1

6-1

BCDEFGH

1

2

3

4

5

VPL-ES3

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer :

Check the metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below.

LEAKAGE TEST

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 3.5 mA. Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.

1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these instruments.

2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.

3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 5.25 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low- voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 20 V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)

0.15 µF

To Exposed Metal Parts on Set 1.5 kZ Earth Ground
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
1.5 kZ
Earth Ground

AC

voltmeter

(5.25V)

Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

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