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LCD TELEVISION

LC-U# serial

CONTENTS Safety instructions.. 1 Adjustment instructions ... 3 Trouble shooting .6 Working principle analysis..8 Block diagram.... 9 IC block diagram..10 Main assembly.. 22 Identification criteria for the bright spot and dark spot of the LCD screen... 23 Wiring diagram ..... 24 Troubleshooting charts.. 25 Schematic diagram (CPU and TV board) .. 28 Schematic diagram (LC-23U7 and LC-27U7 power supply board).39 Schematic diagram (LC-32U5 power supply board).... 40

Attention: This service manual is only for service personnel to take reference with. Before
servicing please read the following points carefully.

Safety instructions
1. Instructions
Be sure to switch off the power supply before replacing or welding any components or inserting/plugging in connection wire Anti static measures to be taken (throughout the entire production process!): a) Do not touch here and there by hand at will; b) Be sure to use anti static electric iron; c) Its a must for the welder to wear anti static gloves. Please refer to the detailed list before replacing components that have special safety requirements. Do not change the specs and type at will.

2. Points for attention in servicing of LCD


2.1 Screens are different from one model to another and therefore not interchangeable. Be sure to use the screen of the original model for replacement. 2.2 The operation voltage of LCD screen is 700-825V. Be sure to take proper measures in protecting yourself and the machine when testing the system in the course of normal operation or right after the power is switched off. Please do not touch the circuit or the metal part of the module that is in operation mode. Relevant operation is possible only one minute after the power is switched off. 2.3 Do not use any adapter that is not identical with the TV set. Otherwise it will cause fire or damage to the set. 2.4 Never operate the set or do any installation work in bad environment such as wet bathroom, laundry, kitchen, or nearby fire source, heating equipment and devices or exposure to sunlight etc. Otherwise bad effect will result. 2.5 If any foreign substance such as water, liquid, metal slices or other matters happens to fall into the module, be sure to cut the power off immediately and do not move anything on the module lest it should cause fire or electric shock due to contact with the high voltage or short circuit. 2.6 Should there be smoke, abnormal smell or sound from the module, please shut the power off at once. Likewise, if the screen is not working after the power is on or in the course of operation, the power must be cut off immediately and no more operation is allowed under the same condition. 2.7 Do not pull out or plug in the connection wire when the module is in operation or just after the power is off because in this case relatively high voltage still remains in the capacitor of the driving circuit. Please wait at least one minute before the pulling out or plugging in the connection wire. 2.8 When operating or installing LCD please dont subject the LCD components to bending, twisting or extrusion, collision lest mishap should result. 2.9 As most of the circuitry in LCD TV set is composed of CMOS integrated circuits, its necessary to pay attention to anti statics. Before servicing LCD TV make sure to take anti static measure and ensure full grounding for all the parts that have to be grounded. 2.10 There are lots of connection wires between parts behind the LCD screen. When servicing or moving the set please take care not to touch or scratch them. Once they are damaged the screen 1

would be unable to work and no way to get it repaired. 2.11 Special care must be taken in transporting or handling it. Exquisite shock vibration may lead to breakage of screen glass or damage to driving circuit. Therefore it must be packed in a strong case before the transportation or handling. 2.12 For the storage make sure to put it in a place where the environment can be controlled so as to prevent the temperature and humidity from exceeding the limits as specified in the manual. For prolonged storage, it is necessary to house it in an anti-moisture bag and put them altogether in one place. The ambient conditions are tabulated as follows:

Temperature Humidity

Scope for operation Scope for storage Scope for operation Scope for storage

0 ~ +50 oC -20 ~ +60 oC 20% ~ 85% 10% ~ 90%

2.13 Display of a fixed picture for a long time may result in appearance of picture residue on the screen, as commonly called ghost shadow. The extent of the residual picture varies with the maker of LCD screen. This phenomenon doesnt represent failure. This ghost shadow may remain in the picture for a period of time (several minutes). But when operating it please avoid displaying still picture in high brightness for a long time.

3. Points for attention during installation


3.1 The front panel of LCD screen is of glass. When installing it please make sure to put it in place. 3.2 For service or installation its necessary to use specified screw lest it should damage the screen. 3.3 Be sure to take anti dust measures. Any foreign substance that happens to fall down between the screen and the glass will affect the receiving and viewing effect 3.4 When dismantling or mounting the protective partition plate that is used for anti vibration and insulation please take care to keep it in intactness so as to avoid hidden trouble. 3.5 Be sure to protect the cabinet from damage or scratch during service, dismantling or mounting.

Alignment instruction
1 Alignment equipment PM5518 (video signal generator) K-7253 (VGA signal generator) CA210 (white balancer) 2 Alignment flow-chart The alignment flow-chart is shown as fig-1

Check DDC, HDCP KEY and CPU

Factory initialization setup

IF channel voltage of TV and AGC voltage adjustment

Support format of VGA pre-set

Adjustment for sub-brightness and white balance of VGA/HDMI (color temperature 6500k, 9300k and 12000k)

Adjustment for sub-brightness and white balance of YPbPr/YcbCr channel

Adjustment for sub-brightness and white balance of VIDEO channel

Preset ex-factory

Fig-1 adjustment flow-chart

3 Unit adjustments Connect digital board, CPU board and analog board according to wiring diagram, connect with power and observe the display. Method for entering factory menu: press SLP, DSP, MENU and DSP in turn to enter factory menu; press CH+ and CH- to select adjustment items and press VOL+ and VOL- to adjust value items, press MENU to exit. Note: the white balance adjustment should be done under nature picture mode. 3.1 Initialization Enter factory menu, select Factory settings sub-menu, and adjustment for items of table1.

Table1 sub-menu adjustment


Items PW on LOGO NO Sig LOGO Black Screen MLK PIP Size init EEprom Range ON/OFF ON/OFF BLUE/BLACK 120-159 Middle/Large Start? Introduce Display 5s LOGO of turn on the TV If display LOGO in no signal If display blue screen and white noise wave in no signal, setting BLUE Adjustment for clock frequency (MHz) of memorizer, setting 145. Select two component of PIP: SMALL AND MIDDLE and SMALL AND BIG, setting MIDDLE. Eeprom Initialization (adjustment for EEprom data)

3.2 Adjustment for AFT voltage and AGC voltage of IF channel in TV Input frequency for 45.75MHz and IF signal for 80dBV of TP1, adjust L107 to value 2.4v of TP2; when increase 0.10MHz of TP1 input signal, the TP2 value 1.0v at least; but decrease 0.10MHz of TP1 input signal, the TP2 value 4.0v at least. 3.3 VGA/DVI channel adjustment 3.3.1 Preset VGA channel mode Input VGA signal (PATTERN: CROSS) of VG-849 or VG-848, select PROG850(640*400/85Hz), auto adjustment until the screen is filled with picture. Use the same method to do auto adjustment for the following items: PROG851(640*480/72 Hz) PROG852(640*480/75 Hz) PROG853(800*600/56 Hz) PROG854(800*600/60 Hz) PROG855(800*600/72 Hz) PROG856(1024*768/60 Hz) PROG857(1024*768/70 Hz) PROG858(1280*768/75 Hz) PROG888(800*600/75 Hz) PROG915(1152*870/75 Hz) PROG915 (1280*1024/60Hz) 3.3.2 Sub-brightness and White balance adjustment VGA/HDMI channel a. Input VG-849 or VG-848 signal of VGA: PROG852(640* 480/75Hz) and eighth level gray-scale signal of PATTERN. Use color analyzer CA210 to adjust sub-brightness and white balance. b. Enter submenu of COLOR TEMP., Select 9300k of color temperature, set auto value of R, G and B to 50. Enter submenu of white balance, preset value of offset_R, offset_G and offset_B to 125, and preset value of gain-R, gain-G and gain-B to 100. Adjustment for brightness let the second level brightness be 3nit at least. c. Fixed value of offset_B, adjust offset_R and offset_G, let the color coordinate of the second level be 285 and 293 and its brightness be 4-5nit more or less (it can not 3.5nit at least). Fixed value of gain_B, adjust gain_R, gain_G and gain_B, let the color coordinate of seventh level be 285 and 293. Adjustment offset_R, offset_G, offset_B, gain_R, gain_G and gain_B repeatedly until the value of the two levels gray-scale be 285 and 293. d. Select 6500k of color temperature, set auto value of R, G and B to 50. Fixed value of B to 50, adjust R and G, let the color coordinate of the sixth level be 313 and 329. Adjust R and G repeatedly until the color coordinate value to 313 and 329. e. Select 12000k of color temperature, set auto value of R, G and B to 50. Fixed value of B to 50, adjust R and G, let the color coordinate of the sixth level be 270 and 283. Adjust R and G repeatedly until the color coordinate value to 270 and 283. 4

f. Input PROG852(640*480/75Hz) and the eighth level gray-scale of PATTERN signal of VG-849 to HDMI, repeatedly the b-e course. In the HDMI channel, preset value of offset_R, offset_G and offset_B to 15, preset value of gain_R, gain_G and gain_B to 25. 3.4 Adjustment for sub-brightness and white balance of YPbPr channel a. Connect YPbPr signal of VG-849 and VG-848 to YPbPr terminal, input color signal of PROG973(1080i)PATTERN964. Select AUTOTUNE item, wait for it displays OK. NOTE: Dont select AUTOTUNE item in other state. b. Switch YPbPR signal of VG-849 and VG-848 output to the eighth gray-scale signal of PROG973(1080i)PATTERN964. prset value of offset_R, offset_G and offset_B to 15 and gain-R, gain-G and gain-B to 25. adjust brightness, let second bright to 3nit at least. c. Fixed value of offset_B, adjust offset_R and offset_G, let the color coordinate of the second level be 285 and 293 and its brightness be 4-5nit more or less (it can not 3.5nit at least). Fixed value of gain_B to 25, adjust gain_R, gain_G and gain_B, let the color coordinate of seventh level be 285 and 293. Adjustment offset_R, offset_G, gain_R and gain_G repeatedly until the value of the two levels gray-scale be fixed. d. Input PROG977(720p), PROG978(480p) and PROG968(480i) mode for eighth level gray-scale signal, let the color coordinate of the second level and the seventh level 285 and 293. 3.5 VIDEO channel adjustment (TV/VIDEO/S-VIDEO) a. Connect color bar signal of AV (PM5518, NTSC , eight level gray-scale signal) to VIDEO1 terminal, enter factory menu, preset value of offset_R, offset_G and offset_B to 15 and gain-R, gain-G and gain-B to 25, adjust brightness, let second bright to 3nit at least. b. Fixed value of offset-B to 15, adjust offset_R and offset_G, let the color coordinate of the second level be 285 and 293 and its brightness be 4-5nit more or less (it can not 3.5nit at least). Fixed value of gain_B to 25, adjust gain_R, gain_G and gain_B, let the color coordinate of seventh level be 285 and 293. Adjustment offset_R, offset_G, gain_R and gain_G repeatedly until the value of the two levels gray-scale be fixed.

4 Performance check
4.1 TV function Enter searching menu auto search, connect RF-TV terminal with central signal source and check if there are channels be skipped 4.2 AV/S, YpbPr terminals Input AV/S, HD signal, check if it is normal. 4.3 VGA terminal Insert VGA terminal, input VGA format signal of 640 X 480@60 Hz, check if the display is normal. If interference exists, press the auto adjusts button on remote control again and check if it is normal. 4.4 HDMI terminal Insert HDMI terminal, input signal of 640 X 480@60 Hz signal and check if the display is normal. 4.5 check sound channel Check the speaker and headphone of each channel. 4.6 presetting before ex-factory

Item Picture mode Sound mode N/R SCREEN

Setting NATURE NORMAL WEAK FULL

Item OSD language HALFTONE DURATION MAG.C

Setting English 50 30 ON

Item CCD STEREO VGA/HDMI ANTENNA

Setting OFF ON NORMAL CATV

Trouble shooting
Before servicing please check to find the possible causes of the troubles according to the table below.

1.Antenna(signal):
Picture is out of focus or jumping Bad status in signal receiving Poor signal Check if there are failures with the electrical connector or the antenna. Check if the antenna is properly connected. Check if the antenna is correctly oriented. Maybe there is electric wave reflected from hilltop or building. Possibly due to interference from automobile, train, high voltage transmission line, neon lamp etc. Maybe there is interference between antenna and power supply line. Please try to separate them in a longer distance. Maybe the shielded-layer of signal wire is not connected properly to the connector. Check if interfered by other equipment and if interfered possibly by the equipment like transmitting antenna, non-professional radio station and cellular phone.

Fringe in picture

Picture is interfered by stripe shaped bright spots

There appear streaks or light color on the screen

2.TV set:
Symptoms Unable to switch the power on No picture and sound Possible cause Check to see if the power plug has been inserted properly into the socket. Check to see if the power supply of liquid crystal TV has been switched on. (As can be indicated by the red LED at the front of the TV set) See if its receiving the signal that is transmitted from other source than the station Check if its connected to the wrong terminal or if the input mode is correct. Check if the signal cable connection between video source and the liquid crystal TV set is correct. 6

Deterioration of color phase or color tone Screen position or size is not proper Picture is twisted and deformed Picture color changed or colorless

Check if all the picture setups have been corrected. Check is the screen position and size is correctly set up. Check to see if the picture-frame ratio is properly set up. Check the Component or RGB settings of the liquid crystal TV set and make proper adjustment according to the signal types. Check if the contrast setting is too high. Possibly the output quality of DVD broadcaster is set too high. It maybe also due to improper terminal connection of the video signal in a certain position of the system. Check if the setting for the brightness is too high Possibly the brightness grade of DVD player (broadcaster) is set too high. Check if the cable is disconnected. Check if its connected to the proper terminal or if the input mode is correct. Check if the TV set can receive input signal. The signal is not correctly identified and VGA format is beyond the specified scope. Check if the batteries are installed in the reverse order. Check if the battery is effective. Check the distance or angle from the monitor. Check if there is any obstruct between the remote control and the TV set. Check if the remote control signal- receiving window is exposed to strong fluorescence. Check if the antenna cable is correctly connected, or if it has received the video signal correctly. Check if the antenna cable is correctly connected. Of if it has received the right video signal. Check if the mute audio frequency setting is selected. Check if the sound volume is set to minimum. Make sure the earphone is not connected. Check if the cable connection is loose. When being played or in pause VHS picture search tape sometimes cant provide stable picture, which may lead to incorrect display of the liquid crystal TV, In this case please press auto key on the remote 7

Picture too bright and there is distortion in the brightest area

Picture is whitish or too bright in the darkest area of the picture No picture or signal produced from the displayer if XXX in search appears. There appears an indication - outside the receivable scope) Remote control cannot work properly

No picture and sound, but only hash. Blur picture No sound

When playing VHS picture search tape, there are lines at the top or bottom of the picture.

control so as to enable the liquid crystal TV set to recheck the signal and then to display correct picture signal

Working principle analysis


RF signal from the antenna to tuner, via high frequency amplifier and mix frequency to obtain IF signal, and then via pre-IF amplifier in V104, then it send to processed IF filter of SAW (Z103), obtain more idea IF speciality, it processed to IF amplifier, phase locked logic VCO and sync detection of N101 (M52760E) in the TV board to obtain VIDEO; IF via pre IF amplifier to send to processed filter of SAW (Z102), again send to processed IF amplifier of N101, decode second SIF. From M52760E output VIDEO, AV1 and AV2/S signal all send to video decoder N601 (TVP5147PFP), via video select, clamping, A/D transfer, comb filter and color decode, one way output AV OUT, another way output 8bit for CIR656 format signal and CLK signal, send to N101(MST6151) of CPU board, Also YPbPr, VGA and HDMI send to N101. N101(MST6151) is many function big dimension integrate circuit, it processed HDMI, A/D to DA switch, interlaced and non-interlaced processing, model switch and low voltage difference output functions and so on, it send to four ways difference signal and one way clock signal to LCD display. From HDMI input to MST6151contain sound signal, via processed MST6151, send to processed D/A switch for NA01(CS4340), output L/R of HDMI. Output SIF from M52760F and send to processed stereo demodulation for N201(LA72700), output L/R of TV. L/R of HDMI and Ypbpr from CS4340 output, L/R of VGA/DVI signal via sound switch NA02(HEF4052) to select, then send to sound processing N301(R2S15900SP); demodulate L/R signal of LA72700 send to N301, and L/R signal for AV1A and V2/S input send to N301. Via selected switch and processing sound, one way sound output for AV OUT, other way send to N401(TPA3008D2) of sound amplifier, via amplify for sound signal to speaker and earphone. The unit working is controlled N801(MTV412) of CPU, connect tuner, TVP5147, LA72700 and R2S15900SP to IIC bus; connect MST6151 to parallel BUS.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

AV1-A AV2/S-A YPbPr-A VGA/DVI-A HDMI-A AUDIO SW NA02 HEF4052 L/R SIF DEC N201 LA72700 L/R AUDIO PROCESSOR N301 R2S15900SP AUDIO AMP N401 TPA3008D2 L/R SIF RF TUNER IF SAW Z103 V VIDEO1 Y/VIDEO2 C YPbPr VGA HDMI/DVI HDMI-A L/R DAC NA01 CS4340 BUS EEPROM N802 EEPROM N803 MCU N801 MTV412 VIDEO DECORDER N601 TVP5147PFP SAW Z102 IF AMP N101(TV) M52760E V IIC SCALER A/D D/A DEINTERLACER LVDS HDMI N101(CPU) MST6151DA SPEAKER

A AV OUT

HEADPHONE

CCIR656 8bit

PANEL

SDRAM N201

SDRAM N202

IC block diagram
TVP5147

Copy Protection Detector Analog Front End CVBS/ C/Pb VI_1_A VI_1_B VI_1_C VI_2_A CVBS/ Y VI_2_B VI_2_C 2 VI_3_A CVBS/ C/Pr VI_3_B VI_3_C 11-Bit ADC Clamping AGC M U X

CVBS/Y

VBI Data Processor

Composite and S-Video Processor Y/C CVBS/Y C/CbCr Separation 5-line Adaptive Comb Y C Luma Processing Chroma Processing Y[9:0] YCbCr Output Formatter C[9:0]

CVBS/Y VI_4_A GPIO Sampling Clock Timing Processor With Sync Detector

Host Interface

RESETB

VS/VBLK

HS/CS

PWDN

GLCO

AVID

FID

SCL

XTAL1

XTAL2

80: AV OUT 2: TV-V input 7: AV1-V input 9: AV2-V/S-Y input 18: S-C input 29: SDA 28: SCL 40: CLK output 43-47, 50-52: CCIR656 format signal output 4, 5, 20, and 21: 3.3V-A power supply 38, 48, 61: 3.3V-D power supply 11, 25, 76: 1.8V-A power supply 31, 41, 55, and 67: 1.8V-B power supply

DATACLK

10

SDA

M52760

2: AFT 3: AGC 4, 5: picture If input 7: sound IF input 13: SIF output 10: mono sound output 18: TV- VIDEO output 14, 17: +5V-1 power supply

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LA72700

5: SIF input 25: TV sound -R output 26: TV sound- L output 11: SDA 12: SCL 31: +9Vpower supply

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MST6151 207, 208: HDMI-R input 2, 3: HDMI-G input 5, 6: HDMI-B input 8, 9: HDMI-CLK input 14: HDMI-SDA 15: HDMI-SCL 20, 21: VGA-B input 22: VGA-G input 23, 24: VGA-G input 25, 26: VGA-R input 18: VGA H-sync input 19: VGA V-sync input 27, 28: PB input 29, 30: Y input 31: HDMI-G input 32, 33: PR input 54-61: CCIR656 format signal input 53: CLK input 164-171, 174: 4 difference signal output 160, 161: 1 clock signal output 188-191: HDMI sound output 200: PWW (brightness control switch) output 72-75: BUS (parallel communication signal) 49, 131, 195: 1.8V power supply 4,17,12,109,204,66,102: 3.3V power supply

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PIN DIAGRAM (MST5151A)


DVI_RDVI_R+ GND GND AVDD_MPLL XIN XOUT PWM1 PWM0 AIWS AISCK AISD AIMCK VDDC GND SPDIFO AUMUTE AUWS AUSCK AUSD AUMCK LVB0M LVB0P VDDC GND GND VDDP LVB1M LVB1P LVB2M LVB2P LVBCKM LVBCKP LVB3M LVB3P VDDC GND LVA0M LVA0P LVA1M LVA1P LVA2M LVA2P LVACKM LVACKP GND VDDP LVA3M LVA3P GND BYPASS GND
208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157

GND DVI_G+ DVI_GAVDD_DVI DVI_B+ DVI_BGND DVI_CK+ DVI_CKAVDD_DVI REXT AVDD_PLL GND DDCD_DA DDCD_CK GND AVDD_ADC HSYNC1 VYSNC1 BIN1P BIN1M SOGIN1 GIN1P GIN1M RIN1P RIN1M BIN0M BIN0P GIN0M GIN0P SOGIN0 RIN0M RIN0P AVDD_ADC GND HSYNC0 VSYNC0 RMID REFP REFM VI_DATA[8] VI_DATA[9] VI_DATA[10] VI_DATA[11] VI_DATA[12] VI_DATA[13] VI_DATA[14] VI_DATA[15] AVDD_APLL GND GPO[5] GPO[4]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 100 101 102 103 104

156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105

Pin 1

VDDC GND VDDM DQS[0] MDATA[0] MDATA[1] MDATA[2] MDATA[3] MDATA[4] MDATA[5] MDATA[6] MDATA[7] MDATA[8] MDATA[9] MDATA[10] MDATA[11] GND VDDM MDATA[12] MDATA[13] MDATA[14] MDATA[15] DQS[1] DQM[0] GND VDDC MADR[11] MADR[10] MADR[9] MADR[8] GND VDDM MADR[7] MADR[6] MADR[5] MADR[4] MADR[3] MADR[2] MADR[1] MADR[0] WEZ CASZ GND VDDM RASZ BADR[0] BADR[1] AVDD_PLL2 GND MCLK MCLKZ MCLKE

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MST5151A

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54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

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66

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70

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98

VI_CK VI_DATA[0] VI_DATA[1] VI_DATA[2] VI_DATA[3] VI_DATA[4] VI_DATA[5] VI_DATA[6] VI_DATA[7] VCTRL VDDC GND GND VDDP HWRESET INT ALE RDZ WRZ DBUS[0] DBUS[1] DBUS[2] DBUS[3] GPO[3] GPO[2] GPO[1] VDDC GND DQS[3] MDATA[31] MDATA[30] MDATA[29] MDATA[28] VDDM GND MDATA[27] MDATA[26] MDATA[25] MDATA[24] MDATA[23] MDATA[22] MDATA[21] MDATA[20] MDATA[19] MDATA[18] MDATA[17] MDATA[16] DQS[2] DQM[1] VDDM GND MVREF

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PIN DESCRIPTION
MCU Interface
Pin Name HWRESET DBUS[3:0] ALE RDZ WRZ INT Pin Type Function Pin 67 75-72 69 70 71 68 Schmitt Trigger Input Hardware Reset, active high w/ 5V-tolerant I/O w/ 5V-tolerant I w/ 5V-tolerant I w/ 5V-tolerant I w/ 5V-tolerant Output MCU 4-bit DDR Direct bus; 4mA driving strength MCU Bus ALE, active high MCU Bus RDZ, active high MCU Bus WDZ, active high MCU Bus Interrupt; 4mA driving strength

Analog Interface
Pin Name RMID REFP REFM REXT HSYNC0 VSYNC0 BIN0M BIN0P GIN0M GIN0P SOGIN0 RIN0M RIN0P HSYNC1 VSYNC1 BIN1P BIN1M SOGIN1 GIN1P GIN1M RIN1P RIN1M Pin Type Function Mid-Scale Voltage Bypass Internal ADC Top De-coupling Pin Internal ADC Bottom De-coupling Pin Analog Input External Resister 390 ohm to AVDD_DVI Schmitt Trigger Input w/ Analog HSYNC Input from Channel 0 5V-tolerant Schmitt Trigger Input w/ Analog VSYNC Input from Channel 0 5V-tolerant Analog Input Reference Ground for Analog Blue Input from Channel 0 Analog Input Analog Blue Input from Channel 0 Analog Input Reference Ground for Analog Green Input from Channel 0 Analog Input Analog Green Input from Channel 0 Analog Input Sync On Green Input from Channel 0 Analog Input Reference Ground for Analog Red Input from Channel 0 Analog Input Analog Red Input from Channel 0 Schmitt Trigger Input w/ Analog HSYNC Input from Channel 1 5V-tolerant Schmitt Trigger Input w/ Analog VSYNC Input from Channel 1 5V-tolerant Analog Input Analog Blue Input from Channel 1 Analog Input Reference Ground for Analog Blue Input from Channel 1 Analog Input Sync On Green Input from Channel 1 Analog Input Analog Green Input from Channel 1 Analog Input Reference Ground for Analog Green Input from Channel 1 Analog Input Analog Red Input from Channel 1 Analog Input Reference Ground for Analog Red Input from Channel 1 Pin 38 39 40 11 36 37 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

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DVI Interface
Pin Name DVI_R+ DVI_RDVI_G+ DVI_GDVI_B+ DVI_BDVI_CK+ DVI_CKPin Type Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Function DVI Input Channel Red + DVI Input Channel Red DVI Input Channel Green + DVI Input Channel Green DVI Input Channel Blue + DVI Input Channel Blue DVI Input Clock + DVI Input Clock Pin 207 208 2 3 5 60 8 9

Video Interface
Pin Name VI_CK Pin Type Input w/ 5V-tolerant Function Digital Video Input Clock Digital Video Input Data[15:0] Pin 66 48-41, 61-54

VI_DATA[15:0] Input w/ 5V-tolerant

Digital Audio Interface


Pin Name AUMCK AUSD AUSCK AUWS AUMUTE SPDIFO AIMCK AISD AISCK AIWS Pin Type Output Output Output Output Output Output Input Input Input Input Function Audio Master Clock Output Audio Serial Data Output; 4mA driving strength Audio Serial Clock Output; 4mA driving strength Word Select Output; 4mA driving strength Audio Output Mute Control S/PDIF Audio Output; 4mA driving strength Audio Master Clock Input Audio Serial Data Input Audio Serial Clock Input Word Select Input Pin 188 189 190 191 192 193 196 197 198 199

LVDS Interface
Pin Name LVA0M LVA0P LVA1M LVA1P Pin Type Output Output Output Output Function A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output Pin 171 170 169 168

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Pin Name LVA2M LVA2P LVA3M LVA3P LVACKM LVACKP LVB0M LVB0P LVB1M LVB1P LVB2M LVB2P LVB3M LVB3P LVBCKM LVBCKP

Pin Type Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output

Function A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output

Pin 167 166 161 160 165 164 187 186 181 180 179 178 175 174 177 176

GPO Interface
Pin Name PWM0 PWM1 GPO[1] GPO[2] GPO[3] GPO[4] GPO[5] Pin Type Output Output I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Function GPO with PWM Function; 4mA driving strength GPO with PWM Function; 4mA driving strength GPO / FIELD input; 4mA driving strength GPO / Digital VSYNC Input; 4mA driving strength GPO / DE Input; 4mA driving strength Pin 200 201 78 77 76

GPO / Secondary Video Clock Input; 4mA driving 52 strength GPO / Digital HSYNC Input; 4mA driving strength 51

DRAM Interface
Pin Name MVREF MCLKE MCLKZ Pin Type Input Output Output Function Reference Interface Voltage for DDR Pin SDRAM 104 105

DRAM Memory Clock Enable

DRAM Memory clock Complementary /Input 106

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Pin Name MCLK RASZ CASZ WEZ DQM[1:0] DQS[3:0] BADR[1:0] MADR[11:0] MDATA[31:0]

Pin Type Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output I/O

Function (for differential clocks) DRAM Memory Clock Row Address Strobe, active low Column Address Strobe, active low Write Enable, active low Data Mask Byte Enable Data Strobe Memory Bank Address Memory Address Memory Data

Pin 107 112 115 116 101, 133 81, 100, 134, 153 110, 111 130-127, 124-117 82-85, 88-99, 135-138, 141-152

Misc. Interface
Pin Name XIN XOUT DDCD_DA DDCD_CK BYPASS VCTRL Output Pin Type Crystal Output Function Oscillator Crystal Oscillator Output Pin 203 202 Crystal Oscillator Input Crystal Oscillator Input

I/O w/ 5V-tolerant Input w/ 5V-Tolerant

HDCP Serial Bus Data / DDC data of DVI port; 4mA 14 driving strength HDCP Serial Bus Clock / DDC Clock of DVI Port For External Bypass Capacitor Regulator Control 15 158 62

Power Pins
Pin Name AVDD_DVI AVDD_ADC AVDD_PLL AVDD_PLL2 AVDD_APLL AVDD_MPLL VDDM VDDP VDDC Pin Type 3.3V Power 3.3V Power 3.3V Power 3.3V Power 1.8V Power 3.3V Power Function DVI Power ADC Power PLL Power PLL Power Audio PLL Power PLL Power Pin 4, 10 17, 34 12 109 49 204 86, 102, 113, 125, 139, 154 66, 162, 182 63, 79, 131, 156, 173, 185, 195

3.3V Power (SDR SDRAM) / DRAM Interface Power 2.5V Power (DDR SDRAM) 3.3V Power 1.8V Power Digital Output Power Digital Core Power

18

Pin Name GND

Pin Type Ground

Function Ground

Pin 1, 7, 13, 16, 65, 80, 87, 114, 126, 155, 157, 172, 183, 205, 206 35, 50, 64, 103, 108, 132, 140, 159, 163, 184, 194,

19

R2S15900

2: input L of AV1 27: input R of AV1 3: input L of AV2/S 26: input R of AV2/S 4: input L of YPBPR/VGA/HDMI 25: input R of YPBPR/VGA/HDMI 20

5: input L of TV 24: input R of TV 6: output L of AVOUT 23: output R of AVOUT 11: L output 19: R output 18: SCL 17: SDA 28: +9Vpower supply TPA3008

1: MUTE 3: R input 5: L input 20, 17: L input 41, 44: R input 15, 23, 33, 39, and 47: +18V power supply 21

Main assembly
NAME TV board 667-L27U6-40 NO. N101 N201 N301 N401 MAIN COMPONENT AND itS NO. M52760 (352-52760-10) LA72700 (353-72700-10) R2S15900 (353-15900-10) TPA3008D2 (353-30080-10)

CPU board

667-L27U6-56

N101 N601 NA01 N801

MST6151DA (353-61510-10) TVP5147 (353-51470-10) CS4340 (353-43400-30) MTV412 (353-04120-10)

Keypad board Remote control MODEL Power board IR board Panel supply

667-L27U6-05 301-RL27U6-27M (RC-R27M) LC-23U7 (203-L27U70-01) 667-L27U6-20 667-L27U6-09 335-23002-00 LC-23U7 (203-L27U70-02) 667-L23U6-20 667-L27U6-09 335-23004-00 LC-27U6/27U7 667-L27U6-20 667-L27U6-09 335-27001-00 LC-32U5 667-L32K5-20 667-L32U5-09 335-32002-00

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Identification criteria for the bright spot and dark spot of the LCD screen
Category criteria One single spot
2 neighboring spots

Qty allowed 15" 5 2 5 6 20" 2 1 2 7 22" 5 2 5 5 30" 2 1 2 4 40" 3 1 3 10

Distance between two spots 15" 20" 22" 30" 40"

Bright spot

15mm

Total No. One single spot Dark spots Two neighboring spots Total No. Total defected point

15mm

2 6 8

2 7 7

2 5 5

1 4 4 /

5 10

10mm

5mm

Notes: 1. Definition of defected point (bright spot, dark spot): It is identified as a defected point if its area exceeds 1/2 of a single picture element (R,G,B). 2. Definition of bright spot: It is identified as a bright spot if it is bright in the state of dark field and its bright size remains unchanged 3. Definition of dark spot: It is identified as a dark spot if it is dark in the state of white field and its dark size remains unchanged 4. Definition of two neighboring points: Defects of a group of picture elements(RB,RG,GB).

23

Wiring diagram

24

Troubleshooting guide
1. No raster
Turn-on power supply, check if the red indicator is light in the STANDBY? no yes

Check if PIN8(5V) of CPU board is normal?

Press POWER button in the unit button and sensor control, check the indicator. red Check if the PIN12 of X503 in CPU board is high-level? yes Check back light board no

blue

no Check STANDBY circuit of power supply board

Replacing N801

no

Check if the PIN12 of X501 in CPU board is high-level? yes Check power supply board

25

2. Raster, but no picture

Check if the unit button and sensor control operation? no

yes

Does display OSD menu in screen when press submenu?

yes

no

yes

Check if the all channels have signal? no

Replacing CPU board

Enter factory-menu, initialization EEPROM, then turn off the TV, turn on again, display picture? yes Adjust CPU board again yes

Which is no signal of channels TV

HDMI/VGA/YPRP

Replacing CPU board

Check if 1VPP signal and noise wave of X12 (PIN 1) in the TV board?

no

Replacing TUNER1

no

Check if output IF signal of TUNER1 (pin 11) is normal? yes Check N101

26

3.no sound
Check if PIN15, PIN30 and PIN38 voltage of N401 is normal? no Check power supply Check PIN11 and PIN19 output wave of N301

yes

yes

Replacing N401

no Check PIN25 and PIN26 output wave of N201 no yes Check PIN5 wave of N201 no Check PIN11 wave of TUNER1 no Replacing TUNER1 Replacing N201

yes Replacing N301

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3 C901 2200PF/4KV 1 R901 SCK2R55A 1 2 3 0.47UF/275V C903 2 1 F901 T5A/250V M1 HOLE_3.5/9.4 2 1 R902 R903 1M 5% 1206 MYG-10K-561 7 6 3 2 4.7mH,LXET24-3 7 6 3 2 8mH,LXET24-4 R904 L902 1M 5% 1206 1 5 1 5 C902 1000PF/4KV L903 1 D903 1N4007 2 2 D904 1N4007 1 2 1 C905 0.47UF/450V TOP BAS21 D901 1N5406RL 2 7 2 3 L904 5 6 8 1 D902 STTA806 + JCLPQ32-2 E901 150UF/450V 2 R905 R906 R907 1M 5% 1206 1206 1M 5% 1M 5% 1206 PFC TEST 1 1

CN901
D

PFC 3
D

N NC L VH-3AW

AC AC 3 D905 GBU806

4 8

C906 1000PF/4KV

4 8

4 R908 0.22/1W

V-

V+

R909 0.22/1W

L901 2 JP? R911 JUMPER 1 360K 5%

LCM-300 1 2 R912 ? /1W R914 1K 5% 2 1 BCX56-16 Q901 3 VCC1_1 3 R920 10 5% 4 Q903 BT169 1 3 3 R922 6.2K 5% R923 6.2K 5% R929 10K 5% R931 R932 330K 5% 330K 5% R924 68K 5% E905 6.8UF/35V + R933 4.75K 5% C911 1UF/50V 3 2 E903 6.8UF/35V + 1 Q904 BCX56-16 R930 22 5% R928 2.2 5%

R910 200K 5%

J1

R913 680 5% R916 4.75K 5% C907 1000PF/50V 2 R918 R919 360K 5% 360K 5% Q902 BCX53-16 R926 R927 360K 5% 360K 5%
C

0.35mm -
R915 200K 5% E902 22UF/50V + 3

R917 5.1K 5% A A 3 3 B B 2 + TOP R925 360 5% BCX56-16 BCX53-16 3 2 B C 1 E

R921 200K 5% C908 0.1UF/50V 1 3 C910 1000PF/2KV D907 1.5KE200A

D908 BAS21 2

E904 C909 1000UF/16V 1UF/50V

IC901 PC817A R939 R940 330K 5% 330K 5% R938 510 5% R944 R945 330K 5% 330K 5% 16 R934 10 5%

2 1 R937 22 5% 1 3 Q905 SPW20N60S5

R935 R936 360K 5% 360K 5%

T901 CH4162-C 2 6 D910 MURS160T3 D911 MURS160T3 8 1 220UF/25V

15

19

11

P-UVLO

VCC

IPK

VREF

MULT-OUT

LFF

R942 R943 360K 5% 360K 5% GDRV 20 R941 10K 5% OVP 3 R947 56K 5% R946 18K 5% R948 56K 5%

1 2

VCC1

SYNC

7 10

2 E906 + R949 10K 5% 4 7 C914 0.47UF/50V STD-5V L905 LGB-6R9 2 E908 220UF/25V R958 1K 5% C971 1UF/50V R990 470 5% ON_OFF_1 R976 3 Q909 BCX56-16 2 C923 2200PF/50V C913 0.22UF/50V IC902 L4981AD VRMS

2 D912 1N4746A-18V

Isense N.C

SoftS GND

VCC

Drain Drain

9 1 5

R955 150K 5%

D906 MURS160T3 E909

C915 0.1UF/50V R953 22K 5% 10 R954 330K 5% R957 47K 5%

C916 1UF/50V

R956 24K 5%

R951 R952 1K 5% 1206 1206 1K 5% 2 D913 MBRS140T3 1 2 1 1 E907 470UF/16V

R950 82K 5%

IAC

VFEED

14
B

FB

ISENSE

CA-OUT

ROSC

33UF/100V IC903 ICE2A180 R959 2.2/1W 2 R507 110 5% C917 100PF/50V R506 470 5%

12

SS

17

C918 0.22UF/50V 1206 C920 4700PF/50V

4 3 Q908 BCX56-16 1 3 D1 3 IC917 PC817A

1 2

ON_OFF 3

C919 100PF/50V C922 2200PF/50V R962 22K 5%

STD-5V

100K 5% R964 110 5%

18

COSC

S-GND

P-GND

VA-OUT

13

R960 22 5% 4 3 IC904 PC817A 1 2

R963 1K 5% C924 0.01UF/50V C926 0.1UF/50V 3 IC905 TL431A 1 R967 4.75K 5%

C921 R961 1UF/50V 18.2K 5%

1 TOP ISL9R1560G2 TOP MUR860

R965 5.1K 5%

C925 1UF/50V

R966 4.75K 5%

J1

1 2 1 2
A

TOP TL431

1 2 3

R968 100K 5% R969 5.1K 5%

LC-32U5 POWER SUPPLY BOARD


Title

PFC INPUT AND STNADBY


Size A3 Date:
5 4 3 2

Document Number

KAS200-5S242212
Tuesday, March 15, 2005 Sheet
1

Rev A0 2 of 3

5
TOP

F902 T3.15A/250V MRT1

BCX56-16 BCX53-16 3 B 2 C 1 E

3 1

T902 KH32XH-T902 2

L? ? 2 3

2 PFC

C930 0.1UF/630V

HS901 LHS-80

HS902 LHS-80

HS903 LHS-35

SPP11N60C2 Q906 1

HS9001
R982 4.7 5%

R551 220 5% 1206

R552 220 5% 1206

R987 220 5% 1206

CN902 24V 24V 1 24V 2 3 RTN RTN 4 TJC3-4 L907 KH32XH-L907 2 4 D935 1N4749A-24V R553 10 5% 1206 R988 11K 5% D925 1N4733A-5.1V IC908A LM2904 1 C939 0.1UF/50V R989 3.6K 5% D1 2 R994 3.6K 5% 12V_1 24V_1 1 3 5 12V_2

D917 1N4746A-18V 1 2 R984 10K 5% 10K 5%

1 2 3 D919 MBR20100CT 1 6 D922 MBR20100CT 1 12 D924 MURS160T3 1 2 2 C937 100PF/50V 1206 3 3

R986 1

C936 0.22UF/50V 1206

2 D921 LL4148 1 4 7

6 24V_2

C938 1UF/50V

R992 10K 5%

R993 360 5%

3 2 C940 1UF/50V R995 10K 5% R996 1K 5%

+ -

CN903 12V RTN TJC3-2

T903 JCBD19-23 1 1 HS502 LHS-80 HS503 LHS-80


C

C941 1UF/50V 4

2 12V 1

IC909 PC817A 2 3 4 B A

R997 220 5% 1206

R998 220 5% 1206 2 R999 220 5% 1206 3 D926 MBR20150CT 1 3 D927 MBR20150CT 1 7 5

9 10

R501 0.1/1W 2 E914 680UF/25V R503 0.1/1W + L908 LBG-1R7 + 1 E915 680UF/25V E916 680UF/25V

5 R502 220/1W

1 2 D928 MURS160T3

R504 510 5% 1206 CN904 12V 12V RTN RTN STD-5V RTN ON_OFF TJC3-7 C947 0.1UF/50V A 1 TP C952 1UF/50V R514 R513 10K 5% 1K 5% 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 C944 1UF/50V 1206 C945 1UF/50V 1206 C970 2.2UF/63V R505

8 4

11

1 2 D929 MURS160T3

R508 220/1W

510 5% 1206 R510 3.6K 5% D1 2 R511 3.6K 5%

STD-5V ON_OFF 2

C943 100PF/50V 1206

R509 10K 5% 3 2

D931 1N4743A-13V

C948 1UF/50V

C946 100PF/2KV 1UF/50V 22UF/50V A B C968 1 HS501 LHS-80

+ 4

IC910A LM2904 1 R515 10K 5%

1 2 IC911 PC817A

4 3

C950 1UF/50V

R512 360 5%

C949 0.22UF/50V 1206 E918 +

R991 510/5W

CN905 24V 24V 24V 24V RTN RTN RTN RTN TJC3-8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

R517 R519 C969 2.2UF/63V R520 5.6K 5% 1206 R521 5.6K 5% 1206 R522 5.6K 5% 1206 R524

0.1/1W 2 E919 680UF/35V 0.1/1W + 0.1/1W L909 LBG-1R7 + 1 E920 680UF/35V E921 680UF/35V R518 2.2K 5% 1 2

2 VCC1_1

VCC1_1

R516 10 5%

C942 4700PF/250V

COMP

R525 1K 5%

3 IC912 PC817A

C954 0.1UF/50V 2 5 8 VFB GROUND

VI

24V

IC913 UC3845 R523 4.7 5% 2 D932 1N4746A-18V

Q907 SPP11N60C2 2 1 3 6

OUTPUT

HS9001

ISENSE

RT/CT

C955 0.01UF/50V

R529 8.2K 5%

C956 0.1UF/50V

C962 0.22UF/50V

C960 1UF/50V

R532 6.2K 5% C961 0.1UF/50V R534 27K 5% R535 1.3K 5%

C957 1UF/50V

C958 1UF/50V R533 D933 LL4148 IC914 PC817A D 2 1 2K 5% 1

STD-5V R531 1K 5% 1206 IC915A LM2904

C965 1000PF/50V

C959 100PF/50V C963 1000PF/50V C964 1000PF/50V R536 1K 5%

+ 4

3 2 STD-5V

R537 20K 5%

R538 1K 5%

R539 2.2K 5%

R541 360 5% 2 R546

D934 LL4148 1 R547

IC915B LM2904 8 7 + 4 5 6 C967 0.1UF/50V R548 1.2K 5% C966 0.1UF/50V R544 27K 5% R545

R540 13K 5% R542 33K 5%

1 2

IC916 TL431ACLP

R528 0.5/1W

R530 1K 5%

R526 10K 5%

C951 C953 1UF/50V 1206 1UF/50V 1206

R527

2.2/1W

VREF

R543 2.4K 5%

1.2K 5%

LC-32U5 POWER SUPPLY BOARD


Title

10K 5%

2K 5%

MAIN 24V
Size A3 Date: Document Number

KAS200-5S242212
Friday, March 25, 2005 Sheet
1

Rev A0 3 of 3

LCD-S.M.-U#_Ver.1.0