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LC-90LE740X

SERVICE MANUAL
No. SY2A4LC90LE74

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

MODEL LC-90LE740X
In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations in some countries) the set should be restored to its orig-
inal condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTION CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT
IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRE- [1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ......................5-1
CAUTION ............................................................i [2] PUBLIC MODE SETTING PROCEDURE ......5-14
PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE [3] USB Clone Specifications............................5-21
SOLDER ............................................................ii
CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
OUTLINE [1] Failure diagnosis by LED in front of cabinet ........6-1
MAJOR SERVICE PARTS ................................ iii [2] LED flashing specification at the time of an
error (Center icon LED used) ........................6-1
CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICATIONS [3] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE ......................6-5
[1] SPECIFICATIONS ......................................... 1-1
CHAPTER 7. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS
CHAPTER 2. OPERATION MANUAL [1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS .........................7-1
[1] OPERATION MANUAL .................................. 2-1
CHAPTER 8. OVERALL WIRING/SYSTEM BLOCK
CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS DIAGRAM
[1] DIMENSIONS ................................................ 3-1 [1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ......................8-1
[2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM .........................8-2
CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS ................... 4-1 Parts Guide
[2] The location putting on the heat measure
sheet .............................................................. 4-6
[3] Precautions for assembly............................... 4-7

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the
safety and performance of the set.

This document has been published to be used for


after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
LC-90LE740X
LC-90LE740X
SAFETY PRECAUTION Service Manual

IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION


Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all safety checks and the
servicing guidelines which follow:

WARNING Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paral-
leled by a 0.15F capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be parts and a known earth ground, such as electrical conduit or elec-
attempted.
trical ground connected to an earth ground.
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing. Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt, or higher, sen-
sitivity or measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.
C A U T I O N : F O R C O N T I N U E D PROTECTION Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH return to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, knobs
and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage
SAME TYPE FUSE. drop across the resistor.
F7001 (250V 6.3A) All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug connection
reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized adaptor plug must be used
only for the purpose of completing these checks.)
Any reading of 0.75 Vrms (this corresponds to 0.5 mA rms AC.) or
more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which
must be corrected before returning the monitor to the owner.

BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire &


DVM
Shock Hazard)
AC SCALE
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following
safety checks: 1.5k ohm
3. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched, 10W
and check that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and
other metal parts in the receiver.
4. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs,
insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment
0.15 F
covers or shields, isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical
TEST PROBE
insulators, etc.
5. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current
in the following manner.
Plug the AC cord directly into a 110-240 volt AC outlet.
TO EXPOSED CONNECT TO
METAL PARTS KNOWN EARTH
GROUND

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SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD color television have For continued protection, replacement parts must be identical to those
special safety-related characteristics. used in the original circuit.
These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection, nor The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not have the same
can protection afforded by them be necessarily increased by using safety characteristics as the factory recommended replacement parts
replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. shown in this service manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.
Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are
identified in this manual; electrical components having such features
are identified by " " and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts List
and Schematic Diagrams.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER

Employing lead-free solder


PWBs of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF symbol indicates lead-free solder, and is attached on the PWBs and service manuals. The
alphabetical character following LF shows the type of lead-free solder.
Example:

Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper. Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.

Using lead-free wire solder


When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder, apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional lead wire solder may cause dam-
age or accident due to cracks.
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher than the lead wire solder by 40 C, we recommend you to use a dedicated soldering
bit, if you are not familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or soldering bit, contact our service station or service branch in your area.

Soldering
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is about 220 C which is higher than the conventional lead solder by 40 C, and as it has poor
solder wettability, you may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the PWB for extended period of time. However, Since the land may be
peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance temperature of parts may be exceeded, remove the bit from the PWB as soon as you confirm the
steady soldering condition.
Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to turn on and off the power of the bit as
required.
If a different type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after every use of it.
When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper.

Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.
Lead-free wire solder for servicing

PRICE PART
PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK DELIVERY
ZHNDAi123250E BL J 0.3mm 250g (1roll)
ZHNDAi126500E BK J 0.6mm 500g (1roll)
ZHNDAi12801KE BM J 1.0mm 1kg (1roll)

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LC-90LE740X
OUTLINE Service Manual

MAJOR SERVICE PARTS

PWB Unit

No. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION


N DKEYMF953FMJ6 MAIN Unit
N DUNTKF800FMF8 KEY Unit
N DUNTKF975FM18 LCD CONTROL Unit
N DUNTKG014FMF7 EMBLEM Unit
N DUNTKG015FMF7 R/C LED Unit
N DUNTKG017FMF7 3D IR Unit
N RUNTKB096WJQZ POWER/DRIVE UNIT

NOTE: *1 Replace MAIN PWB Units (DKEYMF953FMJ6) in case of IC3104 failure.

OTHER Unit

No. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION


N B3KUV740X 90" LCD PANEL MODULE Unit (R1LK900D3GW10V)

IC For Exclusive Use Of The Service

No. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION Qty


IC2004 RH-iXD241WJNQQ IC (Monitor Microprocessor) 1

Service Jigs

No. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION Qty


N QCNW-C222WJQZ Connecting Cord L=1000mm 80pins, LCD Control to LCD Panel 2
N QCNW-M539WJQZ Connecting Cord L=1200mm 24-24-4pins, POWER to LCD Control/POWER to Main (PD) 1

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CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICATIONS
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[1] SPECIFICATIONS

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CHAPTER 2. OPERATION MANUAL
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[1] OPERATION MANUAL

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CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS
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[1] DIMENSIONS

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CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
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Service Manual

[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS


1. Removing of Stand Unit and Rear Cabinet Assy.
1. Remove the 4 lock screws (1) and detach the Stand Unit (2).
2. Remove the 3 lock screws (3), 20 lock screws (4), 10 lock screws (5) and detach the Rear Cabinet (L) Assy (6), Rear Cabinet (R) Assy (7).
3. Remove the 5 lock screws (8), 8 lock screws (9), 2 lock screws (10), 2 angles (11) and detach the Rear Cabinet (C) Assy (12).

4 9
1
7 Rear Cabinet (R)
8 Ass'y
12 Rear Cabinet (C)
Stand 2 Ass'y
Unit 5
3 10 11

4 6 Rear Cabinet (L)


Ass'y

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2. Removing of Speaker (L/R), Speaker (Woofer) and KEY Unit.
1. Disconnect the SP wire.
2. Remove the 2 lock screws (1) and detach the Speaker (L) (2), Speaker (R) (3).
3. Disconnect the RC wire.
4. Detach the KEY Unit Assy (4).
5. Disconnect the KM wire.
6. Remove the 2 lock screws (5) and detach the Key Button (6) from Key Cover (8).
7. Detach the KEY Unit (7) from Key Button (6).
8. Disconnect the SB wire.
9. Detach the Speaker (Woofer) (9).

MAIN Unit

[SB] 4 KEY Unit Ass'y


[SP] 7 KEY Unit
5
[RC]

[KM] 8 Key Cover

9 [SP] 6 Key Button


Speaker
(Woofer) [SB]

3 Speaker (L) 2
1 Speaker (R) 1

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3. Removing of Connectors, 90 LCD Panel Module Unit Assy.
1. Disconnect the following connectors from the MAIN Unit. (LV, PD)
2. Disconnect the following connectors from the POWER/DRIVE Unit. (L1, L2, PD)
3. Disconnect the following connectors from the LCD Control Unit. (PL, LV)
4. Remove the 16 lock screws (1) and detach the 16 Module Fix Angles (2)
5. Remove the 7 Hooks and detach the 90 LCD Panel Module Unit Assy (3).
6. Detach the 2 Bottom cover (4).

Hook

Hook

Module Fix Angle 2

2
[L1] [L2] 2
Module
Fix [PD]
Angle [PL] Module
Fix
1 [LV] Angle
1

POWER/DRIVE LCD MAIN Unit


Unit Control
Unit 3 90" LCD Panel
Module
Bottom cover 4 Unit Ass'y

MAIN Unit
[PD]

[LV]

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4. Removing of LCD CONTROL Unit, MAIN Unit, POWER/DRIVE Unit.
1. Remove the 5 lock screws (1) and detach the Shield (MAIN) (2).
2. Remove the 3 lock screws (3) and detach the MAIN Unit (4) and Terminal Angle (Bottom) (5).
3. Remove the 6 lock screws (6) and detach the POWER/DRIVE Unit (7).
4. Remove the 4 lock screws (8) and detach the 2 Speaker Holders (9).

90" LCD Panel


Module Unit
Speaker
Holder 9 Speaker
Holder
9
8
4 MAIN Unit
8
3

5 Terminal
Angle
(Bottom)
7
6 2 Shield
POWER/DRIVE
1 (MAIN)
Unit

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5. Removing of R/C LED Unit, EMBLEM Unit, 3D IR Unit.
1. Detach the R/C LED Unit (1).
2. Disconnect the RA wire.
3. Detach the EMBLEM Unit (2).
4. Disconnect the CI wire.
5. Detach 3D IR Unit (3).
6. Disconnect the IR wire.

Decoration Frame Ass'y

[IR] [CI] [RA]


2 EMBLEM 1 R/C LED Unit
3 3D IR Unit Unit

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[2] The location putting on the heat measure sheet
1. MAIN PWB Unit

PSPAZC871WJKZ

2. LCD Control Unit

PSPAZC854WJKZ

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[3] Precautions for assembly
1. Points to be checked and precautions when servicing the unit
Mount the main PWB Assy on the backlight chassis and check that the EMI-prevention parts are not peeled and twisted from the access holes. (The
EMI-prevention parts, conductive nonwoven fabric gaskets, must be seen from the access holes.)
[Countermeasure]
Attach the conductive nonwoven fabric gaskets on the shielded case on the main PWB.

687

State where the main PWB and shielded case are assembled

Access hole

Access hole

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The following is a drawing mounting the main PWB Assy on the backlight chassis. (The parts indicated by -> are the access holes for confirmation.)
(Main PWB Assy => State where the shielded case and RF terminal angle are mounted on the main PWB)

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CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT
LC-90LE740X
Service Manual

[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE


Main unit supplied as service unit was adjusted on some item.
However, W/B adj is not finished because it needs to be done by final set condition. So the main unit is in the adjustment condition when it is supplied
and K mark is shown up in display when you use it. After finishing Factory setting, K -mark disappear so please do it as following ADJUSTMENT
PROCUDURE.

The adjustment values are set to the optimum conditions at the factory before shipping. If a value should become improper or an adjustment is
required due to part replacement, make an adjustment according to the following procedure.

1. After replacement of any PWB unit and/or IC for repair, please note the following.
When replacing the following units, make sure to prepare the new units loaded with updated software.

MAIN Unit: DKEYMF953FMJ6

When replacing the LCD control PWB, perform the VCOM adjustment.

2. Upgrading of each microprocessor software


CAUTION: Never POWER OFF the unit when software upgrade is ongoing.
Otherwise the system may be damaged beyond recovery.

2.1. Software version upgrade


The model employs the following software.
Main software (please use a software version after LEON_LE740X_xxx.USB).
Monitor microprocessor software (please use a software version after LEONSUBxxx.SMB.)
The main software, monitor microprocessor software can be upgraded by using a general-purpose USB Memory.
The followings are the procedures for upgrading, explained separately for the main software, monitor microprocessor software.

2.2. Main software version upgrade

2.2.1 Get ready before you start


USB Memory of 128MB or higher capacity.
PC running on Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP operating system.
USB Memory reader/writer or PC with a USB port.
The file system of a USB memory is FAT. (FAT32 supports)
Use the USB memory without other functions. (lock and memory reader...etc)

2.2.2 Preparations
To upgrade the main software, it is necessary to get ready the USB Memory for version upgrade before you start.
Follow the steps below and create the USB Memory for version upgrade.
1. Copy the file LEON_LE740X_xxx.USB for version upgrade to the root directory (folder) of the USB Memory.
NOTE: In the USB Memory drive, do not store other folders or unrelated files, or more than one file for version upgrade.
Now the USB Memory for version upgrade is ready.

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2.2.3 How to upgrade the software
1. Unplug the AC cord.
2. Insert the USB Memory for version upgrade into USB1.
3. Plug in the AC cord with power button pressed down.
4. After 5 seconds, unpress the power button.
5. After the unit startup, the system upgrade screen as shown below within 20-40 seconds.

Software Update
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MAIN 50%
SUB MICOM NO DATA
PANEL EEPROM NO DATA
3D IR MICOM

MAIN Version 101X1207302


SUB MICOM Version
PANEL EEPROM
3D IR MICOM Version

6. Even a single failure in the process will trigger the upgrade failure screen.

Software Update
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UPGRADE FAILURE

MAIN Project ID
SUB MICOM NO DATA
PANEL EEPROM NO DATA
3D IR MICOM

MAIN Version
SUB MICOM Version
PANEL EEPROM
3D IR MICOM Version

NOTE: In the event of a failure, repeat the upgrade process. If the process repeatedly fails, it is likely that the hardware need fixing.
7. Upon completion of the whole process, the upgrade success screen as shown below appears. You can check the new software version on this
screen. The version information appears after the upgrade is complete.

Software Update
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UPGRADE SUCCESS

MAIN 100%
SUB MICOM NO DATA
PANEL EEPROM NO DATA
3D IR MICOM

MAIN Version 101X1207302


SUB MICOM Version
PANEL EEPROM
3D IR MICOM Version

8. Unplug the AC cord and remove the USB Memory for version upgrade.
9. Now the software version upgrade is complete.
NOTE: When you are done with the software version upgrade, start the set, go to the top page of the adjustment process screen and check the main
software version information.

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2.3. Monitor microprocessor software version upgrade
Create the USB memory for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade in the same manner as explained in the Main software version
upgrade.
Copy the file LEON_LE740X_xxx.USB and LEONSUBxxx.SMB. (named temporarily) for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade to the
USB memory.

2.3.1 How to upgrade the software


1. Unplug the AC cord.
2. Insert the USB Memory for version upgrade into USB1.
3. Plug in the AC cord with power button pressed down.
4. After 5 seconds, unpress the power button.
CAUTION: The moment this operation is done, the upgrading of the monitor microprocessor software starts. While the upgrade is ongoing, never
power off the unit. Otherwise the upgrade will fail and the system may be serious damaged beyond recovery (inability to start).
After the monitor microprocessor software is upgraded, also perform the 'Industry Init'.
5. After the unit startup, the upgrade starts. The power led will blink continuously. Also, an upgrade screen will be shown during a minor upgrade.

Software Update
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MAIN NO DATA
SUB MICOM 50%
PANEL EEPROM NO DATA
3D IR MICOM

MAIN Version
SUB MICOM Version 0.820
PANEL EEPROM
3D IR MICOM Version

6. If the upgrade fails, power led will stop blinking. Also, the upgrade failure screen will be shown if upgrade screen was shown at 5.

Software Update
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UPGRADE FAILURE

MAIN NO DATA
SUB MICOM SAME VERSION
PANEL EEPROM NO DATA
3D IR MICOM

MAIN Version
SUB MICOM Version
PANEL EEPROM
3D IR MICOM Version

NOTE: In the event of a transient failure, upgrade will be automatically retried up to three times. If the process repeatedly fails, hardware may be the
cause.
7. The upgrade success screen will be shown if upgrade screen was shown at 5.

Software Update
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UPGRADE SUCCESS

MAIN NO DATA
SUB MICOM 100%
PANEL EEPROM NO DATA
3D IR MICOM

MAIN Version
SUB MICOM Version 0.820
PANEL EEPROM
3D IR MICOM Version

8. Unplug the AC cord and remove the USB Memory for version upgrade.
9. Now the software version upgrade is complete.
NOTE: When you are done with the software version upgrade, start the set, go to the top page of the adjustment process screen and check the mon-
itor microprocessor software version information and panel size information.

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3. Entering and exiting the adjustment process mode
1) Before entering the adjustment process mode, the AV position RESET in the video adjustment menu.
2) While holding down the VOL(-) and INPUT keys at a time, plug in the AC cord of the main unit to turn on the power.
The letter <K> appears on the screen.
3) Next, hold down the VOL(-) and CH( ) keys at a time.
(The VOL () and CH ( ) keys should be pressed and held until the display appears.)
Multiple lines of blue characters appearing on the display indicate that the unit is now in the adjustment process mode.
When you fail to enter the adjustment process mode (the display is the same as normal startup), retry the procedure.
4) To exit the adjustment process mode after the adjustment is done, unplug the AC cord from the outlet to make a forced shutdown. (When the
power was turned off with the remote controller, once unplug the AC cord and plug it again. In this case, wait 10 seconds or so before plugging.)
CAUTION: Use due care in handling the information described here lest your users should know how to enter the adjustment process mode. If the
settings are tampered in this mode, unrecoverable system damage may result.

4. Remote controller key operation and description of display in adjustment process mode
1) Key operation

Remote controller key Main unit key Function


CH ( / ) CH ( / ) Moving an item (line) by one (UP/DOWN)
VOL (+/) VOL (+/) Changing a selected item setting (+1/ 1)
Cursor (UP/DOWN) Turing a page (PREVIOUS/NEXT)
Cursor (LEFT/RIGHT) Changing a selected line setting (+10/ 10)
INPUT Input switching (toggle switching)
ENTER Executing a function

*Input mode is switched automatically when relevant adjustment is started so far as the necessary input signal is available.
2) Description of display
(2) Current selected input
(1) Current page/ (3) Current color system
(5) LCD Panel size/Speaker type
Total pages (4) Inducing display

1/20 DTV AUTO USA 90E_LE740X

MAIN Version 1.00 (X 2012/XX/XX)


BOOT Version PRAHA 100
MonitorVersion 1.00
T-CON Version / LED CON Version XXXXXXX / XX
NET TV KEY / MAC - - - - / XX - XX - XX - XX - XX - XX
CI+INFO/SECURE BOOT - - - - / No
(7) Parameters
MARLIN

FRC Version
IR Micom Version

LAMP ERROR 0

MONITOR ERR CAUSE 1) XXXXX 2) XXXXX

3) XXXXX 4) XXXXX

NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE 0

ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 0 0 0 0 0

(6) Item name

No. Description Display specification


(1) Present page/number of total pages 2char/2char Decimal Number mark.
(2) Input that has been selected now DTV/TUNER/INPUT1/INPUT2/INPUT3/INPUT4/INPUT5/INPUT6/INPUT7
(3) Present colour system AUTO/N358/N443/PAL/SECAM/480i/580i/1080i/50 etc.
(4) Inducing display AUSTRALIA/NEWZEALAND/GENERAL
(5) Inch setting and Model name display Inch setting and Model name display
(6) Item name Max. 30 char
(7) Parameter Max. 60 char

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5. List of adjustment process mode menu
The character string in brackets [ ] will appear as a page title in the adjustment process menu header.

Page Line Item Description Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)


1/20
1 MAIN Version 1xxx(xxxxx) Main software version
2 BOOT Version xxxxxxx BOOT Version
3 Monitor Version xxxxxxx Monitor software version
4 T-CON Version / LED CON Version xxxxxxxx/xxxx T-CON/H.264 Version
5 NET TV KEY / MAC xxx/xxxx MAC Address
6 CI + INFO / SECURE BOOT xxxxx/NO CI + Key Information / SECURE BOOT
7 MARLIN
8 FRC Version
9 IR Micom Version
10 LAMP ERROR 0 Number of termination due to lamp error.
11 MONITOR ERR CAUSE 1) xxxxxx 2) xxxxxx Last error standby cause.
3) xxxxxx 4) xxxxxx
12 NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE 0 Situsation that became standby at the end.
(Excluding the error) Refer to 7. STANDBY CAUSE FUNC-
TIONS.
13 ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 0000 Error standby cause. Refer to 7. STANDBY CAUSE FUNC-
TIONS.
2/20
1 INDUSTRY INIT Enter Initialization to factory settings execution.
2 INDUSTRY INIT (-Public) OFF Initialization to factory settings execution.
(Public mode is excluded)
3 PUBLIC MODE OFF Public mode ON/OFF setting
4 Center Acutime Main operating hours.
5 RESET OFF Main operating hours reset.
6 Backlight Acutime Backlight operating hours.
7 RESET OFF Backlight operating hours reset.
8 LAMP ERROR RESET OFF Lamp error reset.
9 ADJ PARAM SET Enter ADJ PARAM SET
10 VIC XPOS 0 X-coordinate setting for VIC READ
11 VIC YPOS 0 Y-coordinate setting for VIC READ
12 VIC SIGNAL TYPE MAIN Signal type setting for VIC READ
13 VIC READ OFF Picture level acquisition function
(Level appears in green on the upper right)
3/20
1 TUNER ADJ Enter TUNER auto adjustment execution
2 PAL+TUNER ADJ Enter PAL TUNER auto adjustment execution
3 TUNER ADJ (CA-8CH) Enter TUNER auto adjustment execution (CA-8CH)
4 PAL+TUNER ADJ (CA-8CH) Enter PAL TUNER auto adjustment execution (CA-8CH)
5 TUNER ADJ (SMPTE) Enter TUNER auto adjustment execution (SMPTE)
6 PAL+TUNER ADJ (SMPTE) Enter PAL TUNER auto adjustment execution (SMPTE)
7 TUNER ADJ (SMPTE CH57) Enter TUNER auto adjustment execution (SMPTE CH57)
8 PAL+TUNER ADJ (SMPTE CH57) Enter PAL TUNER auto adjustment execution (SMPTE CH57)
9 TUNER CONTRAST A_GAIN 14 TUNER signal level adjustment
10 TUNER CONTRAST D_GAIN 2048 TUNER signal level adjustment
11 TUNER CONTRAST OFFSET 256 TUNER signal level adjustment
4/20
1 PAL ADJ Enter PAL adjustment
2 SECAM ADJ Enter SECAM adjustment
3 N358 ADJ Enter N358 adjustment
4 PAL CONTRAST A_GAIN 14 PAL contrast adjustment
5 PAL CONTRAST D_GAIN 2048 PAL contrast adjustment
6 PAL CONTRAST OFFSET 256 PAL contrast adjustment
7 SECAM CONTRAST A_GAIN 14 SECAM contrast adjustment
8 SECAM CONTRAST D_GAIN 2048 SECAM contrast adjustment
9 SECAM CONTRAST OFFSET 256 SECAM contrast adjustment
10 N358 CONTRAST A_GAIN 14 N358 contrast adjustment
11 N358 CONTRAST D_GAIN 2048 N358 contrast adjustment
12 N358 CONTRAST OFFSET 256 N358 contrast adjustment

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Page Line Item Description Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
5/20
1 HDMI CEC TEST Enter HDMI CEC test
2 HDMI EDID WRITE Enter HDMI EDID WRITING
3 INSPECT USB TERM PORT ALL : - - - - - - Reading inspection of USB memory terminal
4 MONIDATA READ [TEMP/OPC] OFF MONITOR Temperature/OPC Acquisition tool.
5 CAUSE RESET Enter Reset of standby cause
6/20
1 COMP15K ALL ADJ Enter Component 15K picture level adjustment
2 COMP15K MAIN Y GAIN 140 Y GAIN adjustment value
3 COMP15K MAIN CB GAIN 150 Cb GAIN adjustment value
4 COMP15K MAIN CR GAIN 150 Cr GAIN adjustment value
5 COMP15K Y OFFSET 64 Y OFFSET adjustment value
6 COMP15K CB OFFSET 128 CB OFFSET adjustment value
7 COMP15K CR OFFSET 128 CR OFFSET adjustment value
8 COMP15K A_CLAMP 0
7/20
1 HDTV ADJ Enter HDTV video level adjustment
2 HDTV Y GAIN 140 HDTV Y GAIN adjustment value
3 HDTV CB GAIN 150 HDTV Cb GAIN adjustment value
4 HDTV CR GAIN 150 HDTV Cr GAIN adjustment value
5 HDTV Y OFFSET 64 HDTV Y OFFSET adjustment value
6 HDTV CB OFFSET 128 HDTV CB OFFSET adjustment value
7 HDTV CR OFFSET 128 HDTV CR OFFSET adjustment value
8 HDTV A_CLAMP 0
8/20
1 ANALOG PC ADJ Enter DVI ANALOG video level adjustment
2 R OFFSET 64 R CUTOFF adjustment value
3 G OFFSET 64 G CUTOFF adjustment value
4 B OFFSET 64 B CUTOFF adjustment value
5 R GAIN 44 R DRIVE adjustment value
6 G GAIN 44 G DRIVE adjustment value
7 B GAIN 44 B DRIVE adjustment value
8 RGB A_CLAMP 0
9/20
1 VCOM ADJ 64 Common bias adjustment
10/20
1 DDR2 CHECK Enter Execute DDR check
2 BA[1:0] 0x00
3 ADDR[13:0] 0x0000
4 DQ[15:0] 0x0000
5 FRC ON/OFF Enter Execute FRC ON/OFF
11/20
1 R GAIN (LO) 0 R DRIVE adjustment value
2 G GAIN (LO) 0 G DRIVE adjustment value
3 B GAIN (LO) 0 B DRIVE adjustment value
4 R GAIN (HI) 0 R DRIVE adjustment value
5 G GAIN (HI) 0 G DRIVE adjustment value
6 B GAIN (HI) 0 B DRIVE adjustment value
12/20
1 MONITOR TIME OUT ON Monitor and the main communication time-out setting
2 MONITOR MAX TEMP 59 MONITOR MAX temperature setting
3 MONITOR EEP READ/WRITE WRITE MONITOR EEPROM READ/WRITE Setting/execution
4 MONITOR EEP ADR 0x 0 MONITOR EEPROM arbitrary addressing
5 MONITOR EEP DATA 0x 0 MONITOR EEPROM arbitrary data specification
13/20
1 LCD TEST PATTERN
2 LCD TEST PATTERN 1 NOT SUPPORT Pattern with built-in LCD controler display
3 LCD TEST PATTERN 2 OFF
4 LCD TEST PATTERN 3 NOT SUPPORT
5 LCD TEST PATTERN 4 NOT SUPPORT

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Page Line Item Description Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
14/20
1 T-CON VERSION EXT.1
2 T-CON VERSION EXT.2
3 T-CON VERSION EXT.3
4 T-CON VERSION EXT.4
15/20
1 3D HDMI FPGA Version
2 2D3D FPGA Version
3 3D LED BRIGHTNESS 90
4 3D IR EMITTER CONTROL ON
16/20
1 CROSS TALK ADJ MODE OFF
2 CROSS TALK TH1
3 CROSS TALK TH2
4 CROSS TALK TH3
5 CROSS TALK TH4
6 CROSS TALK GAIN1
7 CROSS TALK GAIN2
8 CROSS TALK GAIN3
17/20
1 WIFI SSID 2.4GHz AF00
2 WIFI SSID 5GHz AF50
3 WIFI RSSI 2.4GHz -50
4 WIFI RSSI 5GHz -50
5 WIFI TIME 2.4GHz 10
6 WIFI TIME 5GHz 10
7 WIFI RSSI TEST 2.4GHz and 5GHz
RSSI(Passive)
8 WIFI RSSI RESULT 2.4GHz ERR - 1,
5GHz ERR - 1
18/20
1 READ/WRITE READ Read/Write
2 SLAVE/ADDRESS SLAVE0 Slave address
3 REGISTER ADDRESS 0x 0 Register address
0x 0
4 WRITE DATA 0x 0 Writing data
0x 0
5 READ DATA 0x 0 Reading data
0x 0
19/20
1 ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 1 NO RECORD ERROR STANDBY CAUSE
2 ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 2 NO RECORD
3 ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 3 NO RECORD
4 ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 4 NO RECORD
5 ERROR STANDBY CAUSE 5 NO RECORD
6 STANDBY CAUSE RESET OFF Reset stand by cause.
20/20
1 EEP SAVE OFF Writing setting values to EEPROM.
2 EEP RECOVER OFF Reading setting values from EEPROM.
3 MONITOR ERROR CAUSE RESET OFF Reset of monitor error cause
4 MODEL NAME LE840X MODEL NAME
5 PANEL SIZE 60 Panel size setting.
6 VER UP FLAG ENABLE Enter
7 PANEL LIMIT ON
8 PANEL RANGE LIMIT 230
9 SHORT CHECK MODE Enter Check LED Back Light
10 SHORT CHECK CURRENT 60
11 PRODUCT EEP ADR 0x 0 Don't touch when serving (for producer of factory)
12 PRODUCT EEP DATA 0x 0 Don't touch when serving (for producer of factory)
13 PRODUCT FACTORY 0x 0 Don't touch when serving (for producer of factory)
14 TEST NETWORK UPDATE NO Don't touch when serving (for producer of factory)

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6. Special features
* STANDBY CAUSE (Page 1/20)
Display of a cause (code) of the last standby
The cause of the last standby is recorded in EEPROM whenever possible.
Checking this code will be useful in finding a problem when you repair the troubled set.
* EEP SAVE (Page 20/20)
Storage of EEP adjustment value
* EEP RECOVER (Page 20/20)
Retrieval of EEP adjustment value from storage area

7. STANDBY CAUSE FUNCTIONS


This model is equipped with a STANDBY CAUSE FUNCTIONS which stores the cause of why the unit is turned off and displays it on adjustment pro-
cess mode.
1. NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE
ERROR CODE here indicates cause of standby in normal operation or Function of the Unit.
No display when the unit is turned off with R/C.
Only the latest cause is indicated.
2. ERROR STANDBY CAUSE
ERROR CODE here indicates cause of Error in the unit.
It also indicates accumulated operating times of the unit.
The last five histories are displayed.
1)-5) five histories 1) is the latest.
When there is no error, error code is 0 and no characters appear.
3. MONITOR ERROR CAUSE
When the monitor micom detects an error, ERROR CODE is displayed.
The number of flashing Power LED and OPC LED indicates location of error detected.
This number stores the latest four contents of the error. 0 is displayed when no error.
NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE
Display Code Indication Description
2 NO_OPERT in the cause of no operation off
3 NO_SIGNA in the cause of no signal off
6 SLEEP_TM in the cause of SLEEP timer
8 OFF_232C in the cause of command by RS-232C

ERROR STANDBY CAUSE


Display Code Indication Description
1A E_MONITR in the cause of monitor trouble detected
1C E_CVICBT in the cause of driver boot error
22 E_TCNERR in the cause of software abmormality of LCD controller
48 E_MRESET in the cause of failure of resetting menu settings (Initial Setup - Reset)
50 E_TCNF_S in the cause of TCON FPGAStatus error
54 E_TCON_E in the cause of fatal error by TCON hanging up

MONITOR ERROR CAUSE


Display Error Reason
02 Initial Communication Error 2 Cannot receive initial communication from main CPU
03 Initial Communication Error 3 Receive initial communication only
04 Initial Communication Error 4 To the communication setting reception
05 Initial Communication Error 5 To the initialization completion reception
06 Initial Communication Error 6 To the notice of version reception
07 Initial Communication Error 7 To the notice of start information reception
08 Initial Communication Error 8 To the start information answer reception
09 Initial Communication Error 9 To the time-out setting reception
0A Communication Error A Request Time-out
0B Communication Error B Restart Time-out
0C Communication Error C End sequence Time-out
0D Communication Error D Reserve start Time-out when End seqence
0E Communication Error E Download Start Time-out
0F Communication Error F Get Time Start Time-out

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Display Error Reason
11 Communication Error H Regular communication Time-out
16 LCD Module Error Lamp Error
1A Other Error 2 Monitor Temperature Error
1D Power supply Error1 PS_ON(AC_DET) Error
1E Power supply Error 2 D_POW(DET_13V) Error
1F Power supply Error 3 D_POW(DET_D3V3) Error
21 Power supply Error 5 Panel Power Error
23 Other Error 3 Error Standby request from Main CPU

8. Panel size and model setting

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Panel size setting Page 20/20 of the pro- 1) Use the cursor keys ( / ) and CH keys ( / ) of R/C to select the item
cess adjustment mode. [PANEL SIZE] on the page 20/20.
To cancel it, turn off the 2) Verify that the panel size is displayed.
power by pull out the AC 3) If the size doesnt match, select the values of the panel size with the VOL keys
cord. (+/-).
4) After selection in Step 3), press the OK key, and it is completed with OK dis-
played.
2 Model setting 1) Use the cursor keys ( / ) and CH keys ( / ) of R/C to select the item
[MODEL NAME] on the page 20/20.
2) Verify that the Model name is displayed.
3) If the Model name doesnt match, select the values of the Model name with the
VOL keys (+/-).
4) After selection in Step 3), press the OK key, and it is completed with OK dis-
played.

9. LCD Panel Adjustment

Adjustment item Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Opposite bias adjustment Adjustment in the center 1. Enter the process mode using the process adjustment remote control.
(LCD module adjustment position of the panel 2. Select [VCOM ADJ ] using the Channel / keys on the remote control.
item) 3. Press the Enter key to check that the pattern for adjustment is displayed.
4. Make adjustment so that the flicker located in the center of the screen is mini-
mized using the Volume +/- keys on the remote control.
5. If the optimum condition is obtained in step 4, press the Enter key to turn off the
pattern.
CAUTION: * Make adjustment with no ANT signal (since the brightness is
changed by the active backlight).
[Adjustment position]

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10. Video signal adjustment procedure
The adjustment process mode menu is listed in Section 5.
Signal generator level adjustment check (Adjustment to the specified level)
Composite signal PAL/SECAM : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)
RGB signal : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p
15K component signal (50 Hz) : Y level : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)
: PB, PR level : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p
33K component signal (50 Hz) : Y level : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)
: PB, PR level : 0.7Vp-p 0.02Vp-p
Composite signal NTSC : 0.714Vp-p 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white level)

10.1. Entering the adjustment process mode


Enter the adjustment process mode according to Section 3.

10.2. PAL signal adjustment

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the PAL full field colour bar signal (75% colour saturation) to INPUT6
PAL video input.
Full field colour bar composite [VIDEO input signal]
signal

[Terminal]
INPUT6 video input
100% white Black

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [PAL ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance [PAL ADJ] [PAL ADJ OK] appears when finished.
page 4/20

* ATTENTION: Please execute [3. TUNER adjustment] afterwards if you adjust [2. PAL signal adjustment] after all adjustments are completed.

10.3. TUNER adjustment

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the PAL Split Field colour bar signal to TUNER.
PAL split field colour Bar Make sure the PAL colour bar pattern has the sync level of 7:3 with the
RF signal UV picture level.
[E-12CH]
[Terminal]
TUNER

100% white

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [TUNER ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance [TUNER ADJ] [TUNER ADJ OK] appears when finished.
page 3/20

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10.4. NTSC signal adjustment

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the NTSC full field colour bar signal (75% colour saturation) to
N358 INPUT6 video input.
Full field colour Bar Signal [VIDEO input signal]

[Terminal]
INPUT6 video input

100% white Black

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [N358 ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance [N358 ADJ] [N358 ADJ OK] appears when finished.
page 4/20

10.5. SECAM adjustment

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the SECAM full field colour bar signal (75% colour saturation) to
SECAM INPUT6 video input.
Full field colour Bar Signal [VIDEO input signal]

[Terminal]
INPUT6 video input

100% white Black

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [SECAM ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance [SECAM ADJ] [SECAM ADJ OK] appears when finished.
page 4/20

10.6. ADC adjustment (Component 15K)

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the COMPONENT 15K 100% full field colour bar signal (100%
COMP15K, 50Hz (576i) colour saturation) to INPUT5 COMPONENT IN.
100% Full field colour bar Signal

[Terminal]
INPUT5 COMPONENT IN
100% white Black

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [COMP15k ALL ADJ] and press [ENTER] [COMP15k ALL
performance [COMP15k ALL ADJ] ADJ] [OK] appears when finished.
page 6/20

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10.7. ADC adjustment (Component 33K)

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the COMPONENT 33K 100% full field colour bar signal (100%
COMP33K, 50Hz (1080i/50Hz) colour saturation) to INPUT5 COMPONENT IN.
100% Full field colour bar Signal

[Terminal]
INPUT5 COMPONENT IN
100% white Black

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [HDTV ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance [HDTV ADJ] [HDTV ADJ OK] appears when finished.
page 7/20

10.8. PC signal adjustment (ANALOG RGB)

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Setting [Signal] Feed the XGA 60Hz 100% full field colour bar signal (100% colour satura-
XGA, 60Hz tion) to INPUT7 PC IN.
100% Full Field Colour Bar Signal

[Terminal]
INPUT7 PC IN
100% white Black

2 Auto adjustment Adjustment process Bring the cursor on [ANALOG PC ADJ] and press [ENTER].
performance [ANALOG PC ADJ] menu [ANALOG PC ADJ OK] appears when finished.
page 8/20

11. White Balance Adjustment


For white balance adjustment, adjust the offset values on pages 11/20.

[Condition of the unit for inspection] : Modulated light (+16), Colour temperature (High)
AV MODE: DYNAMIC
Active Backlight: OFF
OPC: OFF
Asing Time: Min, 60 minute
[Input signal condition] : HDMI 1080i 15IRE (LO), 78IRE (HI)
[Adjustment reference device] : Minolta CA-210
[Adjustment procedure]
1) Display the current adjustment status at R/G/B_GAIN (HI). (Page 11/20 of process adjustment)
The signal of 78IRE is input.
2) Read the value of the luminance meter. x = 0.272, y = 0.277
3) Change R_GAIN (HI)/B_GAIN (HI) (Adjustment offset value) on page 11/20 of process adjustment so that the values of the luminance meter
approach x = 0.272 and y = 0.277.
(Basically, G is not changed. If adjustment fails with R and B, change G. When G is lowered, the weaker of R or B must be fixed.)
4) Display the adjustment status of the current R/G/B_GAIN (LO).
The signal of 15IRE is input.
Change R_GAIN (LO)/B_GAIN (LO) (adjustment offset value) on page 11/20 of process adjustment so that the values of the luminance meter
approach x = 0.272 and y = 0.277.
5) Both HI and LO are repeating the step from 1 to 4 until becoming an aim value.
[Adjustment reference standard value]
Adjustment spec 0.002 Inspection spec 0.004 (point LO)
Adjustment spec 0.001 Inspection spec 0.002 (point HI)
6) After completing adjustments, set EEP SAVE (20/20) to ON in the process menu to save the white balance adjustment value.

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12. Key writing
12.1. EDID writing (Main PWB: QPWBXF953WJ**)

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 HDMI EDID writing Process mode 1) Enter the process mode.
ANALOG RGB EDID writing Model discrimination check 2) Point the cursor to [HDMI EDID WRITE] and press the [ENT]
(Main PWB) key.
The writing is complete when [OK] is displayed.
(If not written, HDMI does not function.)
CAUTION: Perform the data writing after setting the model discrimi-
nation. The data based on the model discrimination
information is recorded in EEPROM.

12.2. MAC key writing (MAIN PWB: QPWBXF953WJ**)


1. Write the MAC key data on XXXX mounted on the main PWB.
2. Carry out thorough data management to avoid redundant writing of data.
If the IC where data is written is damaged, replace the PWB since only the IC cannot be changed.

13. Factory setting


After completing the factory setting, pull out the AC cord to complete the setting.
CAUTION: Do not turn on the power after completing the factory setting. lf the power is turned on, configure the factory setting again.

Adjustment point Adjustment conditions Adjustment procedure


1 Factory setting Complete the setting by Point the cursor to [INDUSTRY INIT], set to ON using [+]/[-] of the [VOL] key, and press
pulling out the AC cord. the [ENT] key.
* Please confirm the country following to the below list.

Setting Suffix Country


AUSTRALIA X Australia
NEWZEALAND D New Zealand
B Thailand
GENERAL Z Other country

The version confirmation screen appears on the green screen. It is completed when [SUC-
CESS] is displayed at the top.
(If error occurs, [ERROR] is displayed on the red screen.)
Turn off the AC power.
The following items are initialized when configuring the factory setting.
1) User set value
2) Channel data (broadcasting frequency, etc.)
3) Password setting value
4) Operating time
5) StandbyCause
6) Auto installation flag
7) V-CHIP block setting value

14. Software version


1. Main microprocessor
LEON_LE740X_xxx.USB
2. Monitor microprocessor
LEONSUBxxx.SMB

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[2] PUBLIC MODE SETTING PROCEDURE
1. How to start Public Mode
Starting the Public Mode
There is one following ways to display the PUBLIC Mode setting screen.

1) Method of needing password


a) Press the "INPUT" and "VOL (+)" keys on the set at once and turn on the power.
b) Display the Pass Word input screen.

Enter password Enter password Enter password

Operation procedure
The initial input position is the digit at the left end.
For the numeric keys 0 to 9 of R/C, key input is accepted.
Input of the other keys is prohibited.
Change to * by inputting the numeric key at the input position, and shift the input position rightward one digit.
When three digits are completely input, the Pass Word is judged.
c) Check the Pass Word by inputting three digits.
If the Pass Word 0 2 7, it shifts to the PUBLIC Mode setting screen.
In another case, the screen is erased, and it operates in the ordinary mode.
2) In the adjustment process mode, turn on PUBLIC MODE. Also press the CH ( ) or CH ( ) and VOL(+) keys on the set at once and turn
on the power.

2. How to exit Public Mode


There are the following ways to quit the public mode setup screen.
Turn off PUBLIC MODE in the adjustment process mode. ( ) This way alone is not for quitting the setup screen, but for quitting the mode itself.
Turn off the power with the POWER key. ( )
Select EXECUTE. ( )
... PUBLIC MODE stays on in the adjustment process mode.
... The settings will be back to the factory ones.

3. Public Mode Setting Values


With the factory settings made, the public mode settings get initialized. (The adjustment process remains intact.)

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4. Public Mode Menu
The guidance is not displayed on screen.
Setup procedure
To move the cursor up and down, use the cursor UP/DOWN key (remote controller) and CH ( )/( ) key (remote controller and set).
To change the settings, use the cursor RIGHT/LEFT key (remote controller) and VOL (+)/() key (remote controller and set).
To save new settings, keep the cursor at EXECUTE and use ENTER key (remote controller and set).

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5. On Setting Items
1) Power ON fixed [POWER ON FIXED]

Option VARIABLE, FIXED_ALL, FIXED_BODYKEY or RCRESPOND (loop enabled)


Default VARIABLE
Function VARIABLE : POWER/RECEPTION key on TV unit or remote control is enabled.
FIXED_ALL : POWER/RECEPTION key on TV unit or remote control is disabled.
FIXED_BODYKEY : Only the MAIN POWER key on TV unit is disabled (The remote control is enabled).
RC RESPOND : The main units POWER switch toggles between ON and Standby (the same operation by the
remote control).
Key disabled when set OFF TIMER (SLEEP) (*Only when setting to FIXED_ALL)
other than default
Remarks When selecting to FIXED_ALL, function related standby factors (see below) doesnt work. and not selecting.
OFF TIMER (Sleep)
No operation OFF
No signal OFF (including the power management)
* These items does not exist according to the model.

If the power button is pressed in the ordinary mode in setting to FIXED_ALL and FIXED_BODYKEY, the caution is displayed for 5 seconds.

When power button on the main unit is pressed When power button on R/C is pressed

No Power off by power button. No Power off by remote control.

* The OSD display is an example.


If another ODS is previously displayed, the status is reset (MENU or similar).

2) Instantaneous current shutdown setting in turning off the power [SHUT DOWN MODE]

Option NORMAL or QUICK


Default NORMAL
Function This function decides whether scanning digital tuner is enabled or disabled when the power is standby.
NORMAL : Scanning digital tuner is enabled when the power is standby.
QUICK : Scanning digital tuner is disable.
It is possible to put into the standby state instantaneously due to power off input, when the
power is standby.
Immediately, state is a complete standby.
Remarks In selecting QUICK, the function does not work for the following items. (selection impossible.)
ON TIMER, QUICK START, DIGITAL FIXED, etc.
* These items does not exist according to the model.

3) Volume maximum level [MAXIMUM VOLUME]

Option 0~100 (loop disabled)


Default 100
Function The volume cannot be increased more than the adjusted value (the main units speaker only).
Remarks When setting to 59 or less, only the figure is displayed in the normal mode; the volume bar is not displayed.
The volume of the headphones is limited.
The setting is impossible when VOLUME FIXED is set to FIXED.

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4) Volume fixed [VOLUME FIXED]

Option VARIABLE, FIXED, ACCTRL or AC/RCCTRL (loop enabled)


Default VARIABLE
Function VARIABLE : The volume is not fixed.
FIXED : The volume is fixed to the value adjusted in the volume fixed level.
AC CTRL : The unit starts at the volume specified in the volume fixed level, when power is turned on in the
case of the AC-ON only.
AC/RC CTRL : The unit starts at the volume specified in the volume fixed level, when power is turned on in
any case.
(ACON, remote controlON, main utit's keyON)
Exception In the adjustment process, the volume can be set to any level regardless of this setting.
Disabled key when VOLUME UP/DOWN [both remote control and main unit]
setting to FIXED MUTE
* Main units's key is enabled for operating menu.
Remarks [MAXIMUM VOLUME] has priority to [VOLUME FIXED]
* When setting to FIXED, Maximum volume is fixed.
The volume of the headphones is fixed.
When setting to FIXED, the volume is not displayed in operating Disabled key.
In menu operation, the main units keys (Vol (+/-)) are enabled.

5) Volume fixed level [VOLUME FIXED LEVEL]

Option 0~100 (loop disabled)


Default 30
Function The volume is fixed to the adjusted value (the main units speaker only).
Exception In the adjustment process, the volume can be set to any level regardless of this setting.
Remarks When [VOLUME FIXED] is set to VARIABLE, the setting cannot be changed.

6) Remote control operation [RC BUTTON]

Option RESPOND, NORESPOND or LIMITED (loop enabled)


Default RESPOND
Function The operation of the remote controls keys is set.
RESPOND : The remote controls keys in the normal state are enabled.
NO RESPOND : The remote controls keys in the normal state are disabled.
The POWER key (RECEPTION/STANDBY key) is also disabled.
LIMITED : Only a part of keys (CHANNEL, etc.) is enabled and other keys are disabled.
Exception All the keys are enabled regardless of this setting while entering the adjustment process mode, inspection mode or
Public Mode setting screen.
Remarks The enable keys when setting to LIMITED are depended on Model.

7) Main Unit Operation [PANEL BUTTON]

Option RESPOND or NO RESPOND (loop enabled)


Default RESPOND
Function RESPOND : The main units keys are enabled.
NO RESPOND : The main units keys are disabled excluding the POWER key (RECEPTION/STANDBY key).
Exception The start operation in the adjustment process mode, inspection mode are enabled regardless of this setting.
All the keys are enabled regardless of this setting while entering the adjustment process mode, inspection mode or
Public Mode setting screen.
For the models with the MENU key on the main unit, menu operation is possible regardless of the setting during the
initial setting when the power is turned on for the first time.

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8) Menu operation [MENU BUTTON]

Option RESPOND or NO RESPOND (loop enabled)


Default RESPOND
Function The MENU key on the main unit and remote control is decided whether it is enabled or disabled.
Exception RESPOND : The manu key is enabled.
NO RESPOND : The manu key is disabled.
: All the keys are enabled regardless of this setting while entering the process mode, inspection
mode or Public Mode setting screen.
Disabled key excluding All the direct transition keys to menu display. (AUTO PRESET, MANUAL MEMORY and others)
Menu key when setting * These keys does not exist according to the model.
to not default
Remarks When setting to NO RESPOND
For the models with the MENU key on the main unit, menu operation is possible regardless of the setting while the
initial setting when the power is turned on for the first time.

9) AV position fixed [AV POSITION FIXED]

Option VARIABLE or FIXED (loop enabled)


Default VARIABLE
Function VARIABLE : AV position is not fixed.
FIXED : AV position is fixed.
: The image/sound adjustment items in the menu are fixed in the selected state.
: When receiving AV POSITION of the remote control, only the actual state is displayed, and
setting is not changed.
Remarks When receiving the sound select direct keys (AV POSITION key, OPC, DOLBY key, etc.), only the actual state is
displayed; no setting is changed.
* These keys does not exist according to the model.
The settings for the Public mode are retained after the personal data is initialized, each item for the AV position and
image/sound adjustment are not initialized.

10) OSD display [ON SCREEN DISPLAY]

Option YES, NO or LIMITED (loop enabled)


LIMITED is looped only in case of need (destination).
Default YES
Function YES : OSD is displayed.
NO : The following OSD is not displayed.
Registration, setting, adjustment menu, channel call, volume bar, and input select.
LIMITED : Only a part of OSD (CH call: New Information etc...) is not displayed.
Key which may be It is OK in the case that simple input select occur or the original state returns soon automatically.
enabled
(Example of the confus-
ing key)
Disabled key when When setting to NO, the keys which is related to visibility of the screen and sound cannot be used.
setting to not default STILL IMAGE, SCREEN DISPLAY, OFF TIMER, AV POSITION, BRIGHTNESS SENSOR, SCREEN SIZE SELECT,
AUTO PRESET, MANUAL MEMORY, IMAGE SELECT, SOUND SELECT, LANGUAGE, Closed caution
* Disabled keys dependeds on the models.
Remarks When setting to NO,
ON TIMER (Watching reservation) is cleared.
OFF TIMER SLEEP is cleared.
* These items does not exist according to the model.
When setting to NO,
These Displays (Version-up, Public mode setting screen, Pass Word input screen of Public
Mode, the adjustment process mode, K mark of inspection mode) are enabled regardless of
this setting.

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11) Start mode [INPUT MODE START]

Option NORMAL or Input source 1 (input selection or channel) ... (loop enabled)
Default NORMAL
Function Which kinds of input source or channel is decided when the power turning on.
NORMAL : The content of the last memory is followed.
Remarks When setting to not Normal, ON TIMER (Watching reservation) has priority.
When setting to NORMAL, [INPUT MODE FIXED] is set to VARIABLE and [INPUT MODE FIXED] is prohibited to
select. (selection impossible.)

Example of option: NORMAL, TVD (002TV), INPUT1, INPUT2, INPUT3, HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3, HDMI4.

12) Input fixed [INPUT MODE FIXED]

Option VARIABLE, FIXED, ACCTRL or AC/RCCTRL (loop enabled)


Default VARIABLE
Function VARIABLE : If [INPUT MODE START] is set to Normal, input mode is not fixed.
FIXED : When INPUT MODESTART is active, it is impossible to switch to another channel or input
source.
AC CTRL : When INPUT MODESTART is active the unit starts at the input mode which is selected when
power is turned on in the case of the AC-ON only.
AC/RC CTRL : When INPUT MODESTART is active the unit starts at the input mode which is selected
when power is turned on in any case.
(ACON, remote controlON, main utit's keyON)
Disabled key when CHANNEL (+/-), DIRECT CHANNEL buttons, FLASHBACK, INPUT SELECT, TV/VIDEO, AUTO PRESET,
setting to FIXED MANUAL MEMORY, i.LINK, DIRECTINPUTSELECT, ATV, DTV, EPG, RADIO etc...
Remarks If [INPUT MODE START] is Normal, this function cannot be set.
Set to VARIABLE automatically.
When setting to FIXED,
The item related to the channel setting and input selection in Menu are not displayed.
ON TIMER (Watching reservation) is not active.
* These items does not exist according to the model.

13) Speaker ON/OFF selection [LOUD SPEAKER]

Option ON or OFF (loop enabled)


Default ON
Function ON : The sound from the speakers is output.
OFF : The sound from the speakers is not output even if the headphones are not used.
Remarks When the VOL (+/-) key is pressed, the mute icon is displayed for 4 seconds.
For the MUTE key and sound-related keys, caution is displayed.
For the headphones, normal operation is possible.

14) Remote control path through [RC PATH THROUGH]

Option OFF, ON: TVRCE or ON: TVRCD (loop enabled)


Default OFF
Function The item decide whether the signal received by the remote controls light-receiving section is output to the blankpin (9pin)
of RS232C.
OFF : This function is not active.
ON: TVRCE : This function is active, and remote control is active, too.
ON: TVRCD : This function is active, but remote control is not active.
Exception In the case of ON: TV RCD, the start operation in the adjustment process mode, inspection mod are enabled
regardless of this setting.
In the case of ON: TV RCD, all the keys are enabled regardless of this setting while entering the adjustment process
mode, inspection mode or Public mode setting screen.
Remarks * Remote control path through does not exist according to the model.

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15) 232C power ON control [232C POWON]

Option ENABLE or DISABLE (loop enabled)


Default DISABLE
Function The item decide whether Power ON by the 232C command is enabled/disabled in the standby state.
The same function as 232C command RSPW.
ENABLE : POWR0001 is always enabled.
DISABLE : Start-up may be impossible at POWR0001.
(If the 232C command reception module is set to OFF, the command is invalid.)

16) Public mode setting [PUBLIC MODE]

Option OFF or ON (loop enabled)


Default OFF
Function The item decide whether Public mode setting menu are enabled or disabled.
The same item as [PUBLIC MODE] in the adjustment process menu.
OFF : Public mode is not active.
ON : Public mode is active.
Remarks Each operation of the Public mode is impossible unless this item is set to ON.

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[3] USB Clone Specifications
Input 369 as password on the copy mode screen using the same input method as Public Mode on the previous page.

1. Screen Specifications (copy mode <TVUSB>)


TVUSB (sucking from TV)

<FIG 1>
* Do not focus on button before recognition
of USB device and use is possible. <FIG 2>
Wait display blinks for 1 second
Copy mode Copy mode during implementation. Change
Press [ENTER] button to Select color during this
TV USB [ Start ] TV USB [ Wait ] time to disable key reception.

USB TV [ Start ] USB TV [ Start ]

Press Processing successful. Processing failed or multiple insertion.


[UP] or [DOWN]
<FIG 5> <FIG 3> <FIG 4>

Copy mode Copy mode Copy mode

TV USB [ Start ] TV USB [ Done ] TV USB [ Failed ]

USB TV [ Start
St ] USB TV [ Start ] USB TV [ Start ]

Refer to (USB TV <writing to TV>).

After finishing processes in FIG 2, return the button to Focus color.


On USB clone display screen in FIG 1 and FIG 5, key reception is disabled except for Up/Down key and Enter key.
Key reception is disabled in USB clone display screen in FIG 2 to FIG 4.
After proceeding to FIG 3, 4, turn off the power with AC OFF.

2. Screen Specifications (copy mode <USBTV>)


USBTV (writing to TV)

<FIG 1>
* Do not focus on button before recognition
of USB device and use is possible. <FIG 2>
Wait display blinks for 1 second
Copy mode Copy mode during implementation. Change
Press [ENTER] button to Select color during this
TV USB [ St
Start ] TV USB [ Start ] time to disable key reception.

USB TV [ Start ] USB TV [ Wait ]

Press Processing successful. Processing failed or multiple insertion.


[UP] or [DOWN]
<FIG 5> <FIG 3> <FIG 4>

Copy mode Cop mode


Copy Copy mode
TV USB [ Start ] TV USB [ Start ] TV USB [ Start ]
USB TV [ St
Start ] USB TV [ Done ] USB
US TV [ Failed ]
Refer to (TV USB <sucking from TV>).

After finishing processes in FIG 2, return the button to Focus color.


On USB clone display screen in FIG 1 and FIG 5, key reception is disabled except for Up/Down key and Enter key.
Key reception is disabled in USB clone display screen in FIG 2 to FIG 4.
After proceeding to FIG 3, 4, turn off the power with AC OFF.

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3. USB Clone Restrictions
Be sure to set the network setting (Setup/View setting/Network setup) after writing the data by USB Clone (USBTV).
Use USB memory with a memory capacity of 1M byte or greater.
The USB memory file system is FAT (FAT32).
No connection of multiple USB memories to the USB port.
If the USB memory connection is one connection, carry out clone operations regardless of what USB port it is connected to.
Up until recognition of the USB device and usage enable, do not focus on the button shown in FIG 1 of the 1. Screen Specifications (copy mode
<TVUSB>) and 2. Screen Specifications (copy mode <USBTV>) (maximum 45 seconds).
The following must agree during sucking from TV (TVUSB) and writing to TV (USBTV).
Vender name (fixed)
Key information (fixed)
USB Clone Ver.
Inch size
Shipping destination settings
Model name
Software version

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CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
LC-90LE740X
Service Manual

[1] Failure diagnosis by LED in front of cabinet

START

Yes
Is the Center Icon flashing? Check "[2] LED flashing specification at the time of an error (Center icon LED used)".

No

Is the Center Icon lighting No


Check Power-Unit and AC-cable.
When AC plug on?

Yes

No
Is the Backlight lighting? Check "LED Backlight does not turn on.".

Yes
Check "Picture does not display.".

[2] LED flashing specification at the time of an error (Center icon LED used)
1. Display method
Since only the center icon LED can be used, slow flashing and fast flashing are combined.
After recovering from an error, if the same error cannot be generated again, refer to MONITOR ERR CAUSE on the adjustment process mode.

2. LED flashing method


Error flashing

Center icon ON

OFF

1600ms 1600ms

400ms
400ms 300ms
100ms

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Table 1. Concrete flashing pattern

Detail display
Item Cause
Slow flashing Fast flashing
Inverter/Lamp system failure Flashes once Flashes once Lamp error
Power PWB Flashes twice Flash once Power supply error 2 (*2) AC_DET error
failure Flash twice Power supply error 2 (*2) UR+13V error
(Power failure, etc.) Flash 3 times Power supply error 2 (*2) D+3.3V error
Flash 5 times Panel power supply error
Main PWB Flashes 3 times Flashes once Initial communication error
failure Flashes twice Start-up confirmation communication error
(Communication Flashes 3 times Regular communication error
failure, etc.) Flashes 5 times Other communication error
Others Flashes 4 times Flashes once Temperature error
Flashes 3 times Notification from the main microprocessor (*3)

*2: They depend on the system. Power supply error is defined from product to product.
*3: For details, refer to ERROR STANDBY CAUSE on the adjustment process mode.

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3. New method
LED flashing timing chart at the time of an error

100ms 400ms 1.6sec

1) Inverter/Lamp failure details (Flashes slowly once and flashes fast) Note

Pins are monitor microprocessor pins unless other-


Error type Center icon LED operation
wise specified.
Lamp failure H: On ERR_PNL: failure (H). Inverter / Lamp error is detected.
Flashes fast once Note that after five detection counts, the lamp cannot be
activated except in the adjustment process mode.
Accumulated counts are cleared to 0 by the setting in the
L: Off
LAMP ERROR RESET on the adjustment process mode.

2) Power failure details (Flashes slowly twice and flashes fast) Note

Pins are monitor microprocessor pins unless other-


Error type Center icon LED operation
wise specified.
PS_ON H: On AC_DET failure (L).
AC_DET failure
Flashes fast once
L: Off
SM_POW H: On DET_13V failure (L). Main 13V is not applied.
Main 13V failure
Flashes fast twice
L: Off
D_POW H: On DET_D3V3 failure (L). Digital 3.3V is not applied.
Digital 3.3V failure
Flashes fast 3 times
L: Off
PANEL_POW H: On DET_PNL12V failure (L). Panel power is not applied.
Panel 12V failure
Flashes fast 5 times
L: Off

3) Communication failure details (Flashes slowly 3 times and flashes fast) Note

Basically, debug print logs are analyzed or commu-


Error type Center icon LED operation
nication logs are analyzed by a bus monitor.
Initial communica- H: On Initial communication from the main CPU is not
tion reception failure received. (Request for the monitor model No. is not
Flashes fast once received.)
Communication line failure or main CPU start-up fail-
L: Off
ure
Start-up confirma- H: On Start-up reason confirmation from the main CPU cannot
tion reception failure be received. (Start-up communication until start-up rea-
Flashes fast twice son notification command is not received.)
Main CPU start-up failure or monitor microprocessor
L: Off
reception failure
Regular communica- H: On Regular communication that is performed at 1 second
tion failure intervals in the normal operation is interrupted.
Flashes fast 3 times Main CPU operation failure or monitor microproces-
sor reception failure
L: Off
Other communica- H: On When a request (PM_REQ=H) is sent from the main
tion failure microprocessor, the request command is not output
Flashes fast 5 times from the main CPU, etc.
L: Off Main CPU operation failure or monitor microproces-
sor reception failure

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4) Other failure details (Flashes slowly 4 times and flashes fast) Note

Pins are monitor microprocessor pins unless other-


Error type Center icon LED operation
wise specified.
Monitor temperature H: On If the panel temperature is 60C or more for 15 seconds
failure or more in a row, CAUTION appears on the OSD
Flashes fast once (flashes in red in the lower right screen).
L: Off If the panel temperature is 60C or more for 25 seconds
or more in a row, error standby is activated.
Main failure H: On Main microprocessor detection error (CPU temperature
Flashes fast 3 times error, etc.)
The details are displayed on page 1 of the adjustment
process mode.
L: Off

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[3] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
LED Backlight does not turn on.

If it is not an error of power supply/LED driver,


It is start-up in the lamp error disregard mode.

Do you start?

YES
When main unit is replaced, does it start normally?

YES NO
Replace main unit. When LCD control unit is replaced, does it start normally?

YES
Replace LCD control unit.
NO
When the parts in the panel can be replaced. Replace all LED-bars in the panel module.
When the parts in the panel cannot be replaced. Replace panel module.

If it is not an error of power supply/LED driver,


It is start-up in the lamp error disregard mode.

Do you start?

NO
When power supply unit is replaced, does it start normally?

YES
Replace power supply unit.
NO
When main unit is replaced, does it start normally?

YES
Replace main unit.
NO
When LCD control unit is replaced, does it start normally?

YES
Replace LCD control unit.
NO
When the parts in the panel can be replaced. Replace all LED-bars in the panel module.
When the parts in the panel cannot be replaced. Replace panel module.

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Trouble Shooting Panel Module

When C-S FPC is replaced, does screen display normally?

YES
Replace C-S FPC.
NO
When C-PWB is replaced, does screen display normally?

YES
Replace C-PWB.
(Adjust VCOM ADJ after replace C-PWB)
NO
Replace Panel HIRAKI.
(Adjust VCOM ADJ after replace Panel HIRAKI)

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Picture does not display.

Trouble Shooting LCD controller board(C-PWB)

A screen isn't displayed. It is checked whether PL/LW is connected correctly.


(The LED Backlight has shone at start-up) Replace another C-PWB.
YES

NO
Please enter the adjustment process mode and display "LCD TEST It isn't the fault of a C-PWB.
PATTERN 2" of 13 page. YES Please check operation with reference to other items.
Please press volume (-)/(+) keys and a test pattern is displayed.
Is it all usually displayed?

NO
Is only the half of the right screen or the left screen displayed normally? It is checked whether FFC (to Panel) is connected correctly.
YES Replace another C-PWB.

NO
Please check the C-PWB.
Replace another board.

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<HDMI input> No video (1)-1

HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-1]

Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT-1 on the input select menu screen
for the right input signal.

YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function? NO Check the line between the pin(18) of SC1501 and
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1501 to pin (60) of IC2601 the pin(60) of IC2601.
(HDMI_SW)?

YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (59) of IC2601 to pin (19) of SC1501? NO Check the line between the pin (19) of SC1501
and the pin (59) of IC2601.

YES
Is IC2601(HDMI-SW) accessed by I2C, with HDMI connected, to read the DDC-I2C Check the DDC-I2C line and its peripheral circuits.
NO
SCL/SDA data? SC1501 pin(15)(SCL), pin(16)(SDA)
IC2601 pin(58), pin(57)

YES
Are there the TMDS signal at input pins of IC3301(CPU)? Check the TMDS line (between SC1501 and
NO IC2601) and its peripheral circuits.
[IC2601 TMDS input pins]
pin(26/27)(CLK-/+), pin(28/29)(D0-/+), pin(30/
31)(D1-/+), pin(31/33)(D2-/+).
Check the TMDS line (between IC2601 and
IC3301) and its peripheral circuits.
[IC3301 TMDS input pins]
pin(AH35/AH34)(CLK-/+),
pin(AG35/AG34)(D0-/+),
pin(AG37/AG36)(D1-/+),
pin(AF35/AF34)(D2-/+).
Check the I2C line (between IC2601 and IC3301).
IC2601:pin(71)(SCL), pin(70)(SDA)
IC3301:pin(AN12), pin(AP12)
Check IC2601 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN pin (40) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connec- Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their peripheral
tion. circuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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<HDMI input> No video (1)-2

HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-2]

Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT-2 on the input select menu screen
for the right input signal.

YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function? NO Check the line between the pin(18) of SC1502
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1502 to pin (75) of IC2601 and the pin(75) of IC2601.
(HDMI_SW)?

YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (74) of IC2601 to pin (19) of SC1502? NO Check the line between the pin (74) of IC2601
and the pin (19) of SC1502.

YES
Is IC2601(HDMI-SW) accessed by I2C, with HDMI connected, to read the DDC-I2C Check the DDC-I2C line and its peripheral cir-
SCL/SDA data? NO cuits.
SC1501 pin(15)(SCL), pin(16)(SDA)
IC2601 pin(73), pin(72)

YES
Are there the TMDS signals at input pin of IC3301(CPU)? Check the TMDS line (between SC1502 and
NO IC2601) and its peripheral circuits.
[IC2601 TMDS input pins]
pin(17/18)(CLK-/+), pin(19/20)(D0-/+), pin(21/
22)(D1-/+), pin(23/24)(D2-/+).
Check the TMDS line (between IC2601 and
IC3301) and its peripheral circuits.
[IC3301 TMDS input pins]
pin(AH35/AH34)(CLK-/+),
pin(AG35/AG34)(D0-/+),
pin(AG37/AG36)(D1-/+),
pin(AF35/AF34)(D2-/+).
Check the I2C line (between IC2601 and
IC3301).
IC2601:pin(71)(SCL), pin(70)(SDA)
IC3301:pin(AN12), pin(AP12)
Check IC2601 and its peripheral circuits.
YES

Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN (40pin) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connec- Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their peripheral
tion. circuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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<HDMI input> No video (1)-3

HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-3]

Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT-3 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.

YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function? NO Check the line between the pin(18) of SC1503 and
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1503 to pin (56) of IC2601 the pin(56) of IC2601.
(HDMI_SW)?

YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (55) of IC2601 to pin (19) of SC1503? NO Check the line between the pin (55) of IC2601 and
the pin (19) of SC1503.

YES
Is IC2601(HDMI-SW) accessed by I2C, with HDMI connected, to read the DDC-I2C Check the DDC-I2C line and its peripheral circuits.
NO
SCL/SDA data? SC1501 pin(15)(SCL), pin(16)(SDA)
IC2601 pin(54), pin(53)

YES
Are there the TMDS signal at input pins of IC3301(CPU)? Check the TMDS line (between SC1503 and
NO IC2601) and its peripheral circuits.
[IC2601 TMDS input pins]
pin(8/9)(CLK-/+), pin(10/11)(D0-/+), pin(12/13)(D1-/
+), pin(14/15)(D2-/+).
Check the TMDS line (between IC2601 and IC3301)
and its peripheral circuits.
[IC3301 TMDS input pins]
pin(AH35/AH34)(CLK-/+), pin(AG35/AG34)(D0-/+),
pin(AG37/AG36)(D1-/+), pin(AF35/AF34)(D2-/+).
Check the I2C line (between IC2601 and IC3301).
IC2601:pin(71)(SCL), pin(70)(SDA)
IC3301:pin(AN12), pin(AP12)
Check IC2601 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN pin(40) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connec- Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their peripheral cir-
tion. cuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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<HDMI input> No video (1)-4

HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-4]

Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT-4 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.

YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function? NO Check the line between the pin(18) of SC1504 and the
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1504 to pin (51) of IC2601 pin(51) of IC2601.
(HDMI_SW)?

YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (50) of IC2601 to pin (19) of SC1504? NO Check the line between the pin (50) of IC2601 and the
pin (19) of SC1504.

YES
Is IC2601(HDMI-SW) accessed by I2C, with HDMI connected, to read the DDC- Check the DDC-I2C line and its peripheral circuits.
NO
I2C SCL/SDA data? SC1501 pin(15)(SCL), pin(16)(SDA)
IC2601 pin(49), pin(48)

YES
Are there the TMDS signal at input pins of IC3301(CPU)? Check the TMDS line (between SC1504 and IC2601)
NO and its peripheral circuits.
[IC2601 TMDS input pins]
pin(99/100)(CLK-/+), pin(1/2)(D0-/+), pin(3/4)(D1-/+),
pin(5/6)(D2-/+).
Check the TMDS line (between IC2601 and IC3301)
and its peripheral circuits.
[IC3301 TMDS input pins]
pin(AH35/AH34)(CLK-/+), pin(AG35/AG34)(D0-/+),
pin(AG37/AG36)(D1-/+), pin(AF35/AF34)(D2-/+).
Check the I2C line (between IC2601 and IC3301).
IC2601:pin(71)(SCL), pin(70)(SDA)
IC3301:pin(AN12), pin(AP12)
Check IC2601 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN (40pin) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the con- Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their peripheral cir-
nection. cuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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No video (2)

COMPONENT: No external input video [INPUT-5]

Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select menu screen?


Is the INPUT-SELECT for the input signal?

NO
Select INPUT-5 on the input select menu screen for the right
input signal.

Is "COMPONENT" selected on the input select menu screen? Select "COMPONENT" on the input menu screen for the
right input signal.
NO

YES YES
Are there the COMPONENT video signal inputs at pins(AU26/AP25)(Y)/(AR26)(Pb) and (AP26)(Pr) of IC3301(CPU)?

NO
Check the line between the input terminals of J513 and IC3301.
J513 pin(1)(Y) pin(2)(Pb) pin(3)(Pr)
IC3301 pin(AU26/AP25) pin(AR26) pin(AP26)
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_HTPDN pin (40) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connection. Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their periph-
eral circuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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No video (3)

COMPSITE: No external input video [INPUT-5] COMPSITE: No external input video [INPUT-6]

Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select menu screen? Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select menu screen?

NO NO
Select INPUT-5 on the input select menu screen for Select INPUT-6 on the input select menu
the right input signal. screen for the right input signal.

NO
Is "VIDEO" selected on the input select menu
screen?

YES
Select "VIDEO" on the input menu
screen for the right input signal.

YES NO YES
Is there the COMPOSITE signal input at pin (AT30) of IC3301 Is there the COMPOSITE signal input at pin (AR31) of IC3301
(CPU)? (CPU)?

NO NO
Check the line between pin (2) of J509 Check the line between pin (2) of J514 and
and pin (AT30) of IC3301 (CPU). pin (AR31) of 3301 (CPU)?
J509:pin(2) J514:pin(2)
IC3301:pin(AT30) IC3301:pin(AR31)
YES YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN pin(40) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connection. Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their
peripheral circuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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No video (4)

PC: No external input video [INPUT7]

Is the INPUT-7 selected on the input select menu screen?

NO
Select INPUT-7 on the input select menu screen for the right input signal.

Is IC2601 (HDMI-SW) accessed by I2C, with PC connected, to read the VGA_SCL/SDA data?
Check the DDC-12C line and its peripheral circuits. (IC2601 and its peripherals).
YES
Are there the video signal inputs at pins (AR24/AT24) (G), (AU24) (B) and (AR25) (R) of IC3301 (CPU)?
Are there the VSYNC/HSYNC signal inputs at pins (AM25) and (AN25) of IC3301?

NO
Check the line between SC504 and IC3301, and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN pin (40) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connection. Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their
peripheral circuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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No video (5)

No video at UHF/VHF broadcast signal reception No video at digital broadcast signal reception

Is the specified TV signal selected on the input select menu screen?

Are there the IF signal at input pins(AT32/AU32)(TUN_IFN/P) Are there the IF signal at input pins(AT32/AU32)(TUN_IFN/P) of
of IC3301(CPU)? IC3301(CPU)?
Is there IF-AGC signal at input pin(12) of TU1104?

NO NO
Check the IF signal line between IC3301 and Check the IF signal line between IC3301 and
TU1104, and their peripheral circuits. TU1104, and their peripheral circuits.
Check the Tuner I2C lines. Check the IF-AGC line between pin(U35) of IC3301
TU1104:pin(5)(TU_SCLK, pin(4)(TU_SDATA) and pin(12) of TU1104.
IC3301:pin(V35), pin(V34)
Check the Tuner I2C lines.
TU1104:pin(5)(TU_SCLK, pin(4)(TU_SDATA)
YES YES IC3301:pin(V35), pin(V34)

Is the T-CON PWB connected? NO Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN (40pin) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in the connec- Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their peripheral cir-
tion. cuits in Main PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? NO Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin), (IC3501/IC3502/IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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No video (6)

MHL:No external input video [INPUT-4] (using MHL Cable with Mobile Phone)

Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen? Select INPUT-4 on the input select menu screen for the right
NO input signal.

YES
Does the MHL Cable detection function? Check the MHL Cable.
Does the CD_SENSE signal (High level) come from pin(2) of SC1504 to NO Check the line between the pin(2) of SC1504 and the pin(69) of
pin(69) of IC2601(HDMI-SW)? IC2601.

YES
Does the CBUS signal come from pin(50) of IC2601 to pin(19) of Check the CBUS line between the pin(19) of SC1504 and the
SC1504? NO pin(50) of IC2601, and their peripheral circuits.(Q1507, etc.)

YES
Does the VBUS signal (5V valtage power signal) output from pin(6) of Check the VBUS line between the pin(19) of SC1504 and the
IC1507 to pin(18) of SC1504? NO pin(6) of IC1507, and their peripheral circuits.(IC1508, IC1509,
etc)

YES
Are there the TMDS signal at input pin(1/2)(D0-/+) of IC2601(HDMI- Check the TMDS line (between SC1504 and IC2601) and its
SW)? NO peripheral circuits.(IC1504, etc.)

YES
Are there the TMDS signal at input pins of IC3301(CPU)? Check the TMDS line (between IC2601 and IC3301) and its
NO peripheral circuits.
[IC3301 TMDS input pins]
pin(AH35/AH34)(CLK-/+),
pin(AG35/AG34)(D0-/+),
pin(AG37/AG36)(D1-/+),
pin(AF35/AF34)(D2-/+).
Check the I2C line (between IC2601 and IC3301).
IC2601:pin(71)(SCL), pin(70)(SDA)
IC3301:pin(AN12), pin(AP12)
Check IC2601 and its peripheral circuits.

YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected? Check the T-CON PWB and harness.
VBO_LOCKN pin(40) of SC3801 become Low if there is no problem in NO Check IC3301 and SC3801 and their peripheral circuits in Main
the connection. PWB.

YES
Are the V-By-One HS signal input to the pin of SC3801? Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.(IC3501/IC3502/
VBO_CN_TXA+/-(36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/-(32/33pin), NO IC3503/IC3504, etc.)
VBO_CN_TXC+/-(28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/-(24/25pin).

YES
Check the panel module and harness.

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Does not sound.

No audio (1)

INPUT-6 No audio. INPUT-5 No audio.

Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select
menu screen? menu screen?

NO NO
Refer to : No external input Refer to : No external input
video [INPUT-6]. video [INPUT-5].
YES YES
Dose the audio signal come from pins (3) Dose the audio signal come from pins (3)
(L) and (4) (R) of input terminal (J514) to (L) and (4) (R) of input terminal (J509) to
pins (AP34) (L) and (AU36) (R) of IC 3301 pins (AP37) (L) and (AR36) (R) of IC 3301
(CPU) ? (CPU) ?

NO NO
Check the line between J514 Check the line between J509
and IC3301. and IC3301.
YES YES
Does the digital audio signal come from pins(AR11/AP11/AN9)(CPU_AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3301(CPU) to pins(6/7/5)(SP_BCLK/
SP_LRCLK/SP_DATA) of IC1703(Audio DSP)?

NO
Check the line between IC3301 and IC1703, and their paripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/27) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1902 (AMP for L/R)?
About the Subwoofer speaker.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/28) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1901 (AMP for SW)?

NO
Check IC1703 and its paripheral circuits.(X1701, etc.)
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Is the audio output from IC1902 as specified?
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Is the audio output from IC1901 as specified?

NO
About the L/R Speakers.
Check IC1902 and its peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check IC1901 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Check the connector (P1903) L/R speakers and their peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check the connector (P1904), subwoofer speaker and their peripheral circuits.

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No audio (2)

[PC analog audio input] INPUT-7 No audio. [HDMI analog audio input] INPUT-2 No audio.

Is INPUT-7 selected on the input select menu screen ? Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen?

NO NO
Refer to ": No external input video [INPUT-7]". Refer to : No external input video [INPUT-2].
YES YES
Is the Terminal Setting - Audio select selected for Video + Is the Terminal Setting - Audio select selected for Video + Ana-
Audio on the menu screen? log on the menu screen?

NO NO
Set the HDMI audio output to "Video+Audio". Set the HDMI audio output to "HDMI+Analog".

YES YES
Does the digital audio signal come from pins(AR11/AP11/AN9)(CPU_AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3301(CPU) to pins(6/7/5)(SP_BCLK/
SP_LRCLK/SP_DATA) of IC1703(Audio DSP)?

NO
Check the line between IC3301 and IC1703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/27) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1902 (AMP for L/R)?
About the Subwoofer speaker.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/28) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1901 (AMP for SW)?

NO
Check IC1703 and its paripheral circuits.(X1701, etc.)
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Is the audio output from IC1902 as specified?
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Is the audio output from IC1901 as specified?

NO
About the L/R Speakers.
Check IC1902 and its peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check IC1901 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Check the connector (P1903) L/R speakers and their peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check the connector (P1904), subwoofer speaker and their peripheral circuits.

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No audio (3)

No audio at UHF/VHF broadcast signal reception. No audio at digital broadcast signal reception.

Is TV selected on the input select menu screen? Is TV selected on the input select menu screen?

NO NO
Refer to No video at UHF/VHF broadcast signal Refer to No video at digital broadcast signal
reception. reception.
YES YES
Does the digital audio signal come from pins(AR11/AP11/AN9)(CPU_AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3301(CPU) to pins(6/7/5)(SP_BCLK/
SP_LRCLK/SP_DATA) of IC1703(Audio DSP)?

NO
Check the line between IC3301 and IC1703, and their paripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/27) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1902 (AMP for L/R)?
About the Subwoofer speaker.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/28) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1901 (AMP for SW)?

NO
Check IC1703 and its paripheral circuits.(X1701, etc.)
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Is the audio output from IC1902 as specified?
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Is the audio output from IC1901 as specified?

NO
About the L/R Speakers.
Check IC1902 and its peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check IC1901 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Check the connector (P1903) L/R speakers and their peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check the connector (P1904), subwoofer speaker and their peripheral circuits.

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No audio (4)

INPUT-1 No audio (HDMI connected)


INPUT-2 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-3 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-4 No audio (HDMI connected or MHL connected)

[INPUT-1 input]
Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-2 input]
Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-3 input]
Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-4 input]
Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen?

NO
Refer to : No external input video [INPUT-1/2/3/4].
YES
[INPUT-1 input]
If no video appears, refer to No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-1].
[INPUT-2 input]
If no video appears, refer to No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-2].
[INPUT-3 input]
If no video appears, refer to No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-3].
[INPUT-4 input]
If no video appears, refer to No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-4].

Does the digital audio signal come from pins(AR11/AP11/AN9)(CPU_AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3301(CPU) to pins(6/7/5)(SP_BCLK/
SP_LRCLK/SP_DATA) of IC1703(Audio DSP)?

NO
Check the line between IC3301 and IC1703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/27) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1902 (AMP for L/R)?
About the Subwoofer speaker.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (30/21/26/28) of IC1703 (Audio DSP) to pin (5/7/8/6) of IC1901 (AMP for SW)?

NO
Check IC1703 and its paripheral circuits.(X1701, etc.)
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Is the audio output from IC1902 as specified?
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Is the audio output from IC1901 as specified?

NO
About the L/R Speakers.
Check IC1902 and its peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check IC1901 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
About the L/R Speakers.
Check the connector (P1903) L/R speakers and their peripheral circuits.
About the Subwoofer Speaker.
Check the connector (P1904), subwoofer speaker and their peripheral circuits.

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No audio signal at Digital Audio Output terminal (Analog sound heard)

No INPUT-1/2/3/4 (HDMI) audio. No audio at digital broadcast signal reception.

If no video appears, refer to No external input video (HDMI) If no video appears, refer to No video at digital broadcast signal
[INPUT-1/2/3/4]. reception.

Is there the SPDIF signal output (CPU_ASPDIF) at pin (AR16) of IC3301 (CPU)?

NO
Check the IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is there the SPDIF signal (OPT_OUT) input at pin (2) of IC503 (SPDIF BUFFER & SPDIF-MUTE)?

NO
Check the line between IC3301 and IC503.
YES
Is there the MUTE signal input at pin (1) of IC503? (usual: High, Mute: Low)

NO
Check the AUDIO_MUTE and their peripheral circuits (Q505, etc.).

YES
Is there the SPDIF signal input at pin (1) of D527 (OPTICAL OUTPUT)?

YES NO
Check the speakers and the optical cable. Check D527 and its peripheral circuits.
No optical output under the following conditions as per HDMI requirements.
* Audio contents protected.
* Audio frequency beyond 48kHz.
* Audio bit length beyond 16bits.

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No monitor audio output

Are there the audio signal outputs at pins (AN34) (HP_MONITOR_L) and (AN3532) (HP_MONITOR_R) of IC3301 (CPU)?

NO
Check IC3301 (CPU) and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (2) (MONI_HP_L) and (11) (MONI_HP_R) of IC1702 (Line-out Amplifier) to pins (3) (L) and (2) (R) of J504?

NO
Check the line between IC1702 and J504 and their peripheral circuits.
Check the LINE_MUTE line and its peripheral circuits(Q506/Q510, etc).
YES

Check the connector (J504) and their peripheral circuits, and speakers and the Cable.

No connect network

Does the signal come to 1pin of LAN-JACK J9401? NO Check the interface device and peripheral circuits.
(see fig-1, fig-2) (power-LED of hub, LINK-LED of hub)

YES
Does the signal come to AT18 pin of IC3301? NO Check the line between J9401 and IC3301.
(see fig-2) Check the LAN-JACK J9401.

YES
Check IC3301 and its peripheral circuits.

fig-1 LAN-jack J9501 fig-2

1pin

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CHAPTER 7. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS Service
LC-90LE740X
Manual

[1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS


1. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS
1.1. IC2601 (VHiSii9387A-1Q)
This IC is 5 input and 1 output HDMI port processor.
The TMDS cores run at 2.25Gbps. (Supports video resolutions up to 1080p, 60Hz, 12bit.)
The adaptive equalizer provides long cable support.
This IC has been pre-programmed with HDCP keys.
EDID and DDC support for 5 HDMI/DVI ports and 1 VGA port. (This IC includes 512-byte NVRAM and 256-byte SRAM for 5 HDMI ports and 128-
byteSRAM for VGA port.)
This IC supports the mandatory and several optional 3D formats described in the HDMI 1.4 Specification.
"Audio Return Channel" and "HDMI Ethernet Channel" support for one receiver port.
"MHL" support for resolutions up to 1080i@60Hz can be assigned to any one input port.
When changing this IC, please write EDID (how to write EDID is shown in Chapter 5 and section 10.1).

1.2. IC2004 (RH-iXD241WJNQQ)


The monitor microprocessor is intended to communicate with the main microprocessor and to operate the system.
It also controls power of the entire system.

1.3. IC1901, IC1902 (VHiYDA164EZ-1Y)


The Class-D type digital audio power amplifier YDA164EZ gives maximum continuous output of 10 W/ch or woofer output 15W.

1.4. IC3301 (RH-iXD414WJN3Q)


This LSI is FULL HIGH-DEFINITION 1080P DIGITAL TV SYSTEM-ON-A-CHIP.
It combines a transport de-multiplexer, a high definition video decoder, an AC3 audio decoder, a four-link LVDS transmitter, a V-by-One transmit-
ter,and an NTSC/PAL/SECAM TV decoder with a 3D comb filter (NTSC/PAL).
It supports Full-HD MPEG1/2/4/H.264/DiviX/VC1/RM/AVS/VP6/VP8 video decoder standards, and JPEG.
Audio support includes a BTSC and a Dolby AC3/MPEG-2 Layer 1, 2, audio decoder.
Two SPDIF output and a pair of analog outputs (L-R) are provided.
The LSI incorporates a complete ARM Cortex-A9 dual core based microprocessor subsystem including caches with bridging to memory and a local
bus, where external peripherals can be attached.
Integrated peripherals include four USB 2.0, three UARTs, counter/timers and GPIO controllers.
It supports ATSC/DVB-T/DVB-C demodulators.

1.5. IC3501, IC3502 (RH-iXD555WJQZQ)


These are 2G-bit (128M x 16bit) DDR3-1600 synchronous DRAM.

1.6. IC3503, IC3504 (RH-iXD406WJQZQ)


These are 1G-bit (64M x 16bit) DDR3-1600 synchronous DRAM.

1.7. IC3103 (RH-iXD389WJQZQ)


The 2G-bit NAND flash memory device stores the main CPU program.

1.8. IC3104 (VHiRV2464Ai-1Y)


This is 64k-bit EEPROM device including the user setting.

1.9. IC2007 (VHiRV2402Ai-1Y)


This is 2k-bit EEPROM device stores the nomitor microprocessor setting.

1.10. IC506 (VHiM3221EiP-1Y)


This IC is a high speed, single-channel RS-232 transceiver interface device that operates from a single 3.3V power supply.
The device provides the electrical interface between an asynchronous communication controller and the serial-port connector.
This device operate at data signaling rates up to 460kbit/s.
All RS-232 (Tout and Rin) and CMOS (Tin and Rout) inputs and outputs are protected against electrostatic discharge (up to +/- 15kV ESD protection).

1.11. IC1702 (VHiAK4201EU-1Y)


This IC is audio amplifier for line-out/head-phone.

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1.12. IC1703 (VHiYSS952QZ-1Y)
Audio DSP (YSS952QZ) has digital audio adjustment function (for example, PEQ, bass/treble, balance, bass enhancer, etc.) and adjusts TVs audio
quality.

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CHAPTER 8. OVERALL WIRING/SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
LC-90LE740X
Service Manual

[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM

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PartsGuide
LC-90LE740X

PARTS GUIDE
No. SY2A4LC90LE74

LCD COLOR TELEVISION

MODEL LC-90LE740X

CONTENTS

[1] PRINTED WIRING BOARD [4] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/


ASSEMBLIES PACKING PARTS
(NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
[2] LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT
[5] SERVICE JIG
[3] CABINET AND MECHANICAL (USE FOR SERVICING)
PARTS

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

This document has been published to be used


for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
LC-90LE740X
NO. PARTS CODE PRICE NEW PART DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK DELIVERY

[1] PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES


N DKEYMF953FMJ6 CB N V MAIN Unit
N DUNTKF800FMF8 AY V KEY Unit
N DUNTKG017FMF7 BB V 3D IR Unit
N DUNTKG015FMF7 AV N V R/C LED Unit
N DUNTKG014FMF7 AV N V EMBLEM Unit
! N RUNTKB096WJQZ CD N V POWER/DRIVE Unit
N DUNTKF975FM18 BL N X LCD CONTROL Unit
[2] LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT
N B3KUV740X ** N V 90" LCD PANEL MODULE Unit (R1LK900D3GW10V)

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[3] CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS
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55 48

4-5
4 46
45
4-5
8 4-3
4-2 9
11
44 4-6
20 38
39
KEY 4-4 3-3
KM Unit
10
3-3 3
4-5
4-1 17 43
25-3
47 3-4 3-3 2-2
25-2 44 20
25-1
44
SB 19
19 2
MAIN PD 3-3 2-2
Unit 25
12 25-1 3-1
25-4 3-2 2-3
37
28 12-3 SP 2-1
33
21
G 12-2 12-1 30 SP
35 2-2
41
SB
32
44
RC LW
18
41

21
J 36
18

7
13 13

C
7
13
42
14
16 15
15
90" LCD Panel
Module Unit 14
1 PL 16 13
LW
1-14 16 16
1-1
1-14

1-8 1-14

R/C LED 31
1-8 Unit L2
1-8 1-14
PL
L1
1-6 1-1 1-14 1-4 F
1-15 RA PD L2
1-14
1-14
RC L1
1-1
1-2 G
1-9 CI CI
1-5 1-11 POWER/DRIVE
54 1-7 KM RA
EMBLEM Unit
Unit 3D IR 19
1-14
F
Unit

1-3
51
1-1
1-13

52
53
50

49

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NO. PARTS CODE PRICE NEW PART DESCRIPTION


RANK MARK DELIVERY

[3] CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS


1 Not Available - N - Decoration Frame Ass'y
1-1 CANGKD590WJ31 AX N V Corner Angle Ass'y, x4
1-2 CDECEA044WJ31 CH N V Decoration Frame (Low) Ass'y
1-3 CGRL-A013WJ32 CA N V Under R Grill Ass'y
1-4 HDECEA043WJ3A CF N V Decoration Frame (Upper)
1-5 HDECEA045WJ3A BY N V Decoration Frame ( R )
1-6 HDECEA046WJ3A BX N V Decoration Frame ( L )
1-7 LHLDWA289WJKZ AC J Wire Holder, x2
1-8 LHLDZB918WJ3Z AT N V Holder, x3
1-9 LHLDZB919WJ3Z AR N V Holder, x4
1-11 QCNW-N187WJPZ AT N V Connecting Cord (RC)
1-13 XBPS830P06WS0 AA J Screw, x6
1-14 XBPS830P08000 AA J Screw, x23
1-15 PSPAGB040WJKZ AD N V Spacer, x2
2 CCABBC108WJ31 CV N V Rear Cabinet ( R ) Ass'y
2-1 Not Available - N - Rear Cabinet ( R )
2-2 Not Available - - Himeron, x3
2-3 Not Available - - Himeron, x3
3 CCABBC109WJ31 CW N V Rear Cabinet ( C ) Ass'y
3-1 Not Available - N - Rear Cabinet ( C )
3-2 PSPAGB040WJKZ AD N V Himeron, x4
3-3 Not Available - - Himeron, x8
3-4 PSPAHC566WJZZ V Spacer
4 CCABBC110WJ32 CW N V Rear Cabinet (L) Ass'y
4-1 Not Available - N - Rear Cabinet (L)
4-2 Not Available - N - Term Ind Back
4-3 Not Available - N - Term Ind Side
4-4 Not Available - N - Term Ind Bottom
4-5 PSPAHC497WJZZ V Himeron, x3
4-6 PSPAHC566WJZZ V Himeron, x6
7 GCOVAE164WJ3A AX N V Bottom Cover, x2
8 GCOVAE428WJ3A BG N V Key Cover
9 HiNDPD955WJ4A AD N J REG Label (for Asia/Middle East)
10 HiNDPE814WJSA AD N V Model Label (for Australia, New Zealand and Oceania)
10 HiNDPE815WJSA AD N V Model Label (for Asia/Middle East)
10 Not Available - N - Model Label (for Thailand)
11 JBTN-A937WJ3A AZ N V Key Button
12 CANGKD609WJ41 AN J Terminal Angle (Bottom)
12-1 Not Available - - TERM Decoration Bottom
12-2 Not Available - N - TERM Angle Bottom
12-3 PMLT-A687WJQZ AM V Gasket
13 CANGKD591WJ31 AK N V Module Fix Angle Ass'y, x16
14 LHLDWA124WJKZ AC J Wire Holder, x2
15 LHLDWA151WJKZ AB J Wire Holder, x2
16 LHLDWA175WJUZ AC J Wire Holder, x8
17 LHLDWA318WJKZ AD J Cable Clamp
18 LHLDZB922WJ3Z BC N V Speaker Holder, x2
19 LX-BZA207WJF7 AA J Screw, x13
20 LX-BZA474WJF8 AD J Screw, x28
21 LX-EZA069WJF7 AB J Screw, x2
25 CSLDMB807WJ41 AX J Shield (MAIN)
25-1 PMLT-A678WJQZ AL V Gasket (SIDE), x2
25-2 PMLT-A679WJQZ AG V Gasket (TOP)
25-3 Not Available - N - Main Shield
25-4 PSPAZC740WJZZ AF J GASKET 9x146
28 PSPAZC871WJKZ AM J Cooler (MAIN)
30 QCNW-M858WJPZ BB V Connecting Cord (LV)
31 QCNW-N186WJPZ AZ N V Connecting Cord (PD)
32 QCNW-N188WJPZ AQ N V Connecting Cord (SP)
33 QCNW-N189WJPZ AK N V Connecting Cord (SB)
35 RSP-ZA576WJZZ AT J Speaker (L)
36 RSP-ZA577WJZZ AT J Speaker ( R )
37 RSP-ZA575WJZZ BB J Speaker (Woofer)
38 Not Available - N - Back Serial Label
39 Not Available - N - Side Serial Label
41 XBPS830P06WS0 AA J Screw, x4
42 XBPS830P08000 AA J Screw, x16
43 XEBS830P08000 AA J Screw, x10
44 XEBS830P12000 AA J Screw, x10
45 LANGKD877WJ4A AM V PREVENTION ANGLE, x2 (for Australia, New Zealand)
46 XBPS880P16JS0 AE V Screw, x2 (for Australia, New Zealand)
47 NSFTZA284WJFW AC J HEX Nut, x4
48 TCAUHA627WJZZ AC J Caution Label
49 TLABZD272WJZZ AE V Tradmark Label
50 TLABZD537WJZZ AU N V Pop Label SIDE
51 TLABZD538WJZZ AS N V Pop Label TOP
52 TLABZD539WJZZ AW N V Pop Label CORNE
53 TLABZD326WJZZ AC J Freeview Label (for New Zealan)
54 TLABZD540WJZZ AF N V Rating Label
55 HiNDPE737WJZZ AE J Caution Stasnd Label (for Australia, New Zealand)

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[4] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)

X7 Remote control unit X9 AAA size battery X5 AV cable X6 Component cable

Stand unit X4 AC cord Other accessories

X1
X2 X8 Operation manual
Stand Base Ass'y
Support Ass'y
X10 Antenna Adaptor
X12 Skype Information sheet

X3
Screw

X4
X5
X6
S5

S7

X2
X7
X9
X3
X12
S7 X8
X10
S11

S7
X1

S9

S10

S3

S1
S8 S9

S8

S8

S2

S6

S16

S4

5
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NO. PARTS CODE PRICE NEW PART DESCRIPTION


RANK MARK DELIVERY

[4] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)


X1 CDAi-A806WJ34 BN J Stand Base Ass'y
X2 CANGKD276WJ07 AS J Support Ass'y, x2
X3 CSAKHA050WE05 AL J Stand Screw Ass'y
X4 QACCZA208WJPZ N V AC Cord (for Thailand)
X4 QACCBA117WJPZ AU N V AC Cord (for Asia, Singapore/Middle East)
X4 QACCKA066WJPZ AS N V AC Cord (for Asia, Singapore/Middle East)
X4 QACCLA060WJPZ AW N V AC Cord (for Australia, New Zealand and Oceania)
X4 QACCZA209WJPZ2 AP N V AC Cord (for Asia, Singapore/Middle East)
X5 QCNWGA171WJPZ AQ J AV cable
X6 QCNWGA174WJPZ AQ J Component cable
X7 RRMCGB039WJSA AY V Remote control unit
X8 TiNS-F742WJZZ AX N V Operation Manual (for Australia, New Zealand and Oceania)
X8 TiNS-F743WJZZ BH N V Operation Manual (for Asia/Middle East)
X8 TiNS-F744WJZZ BH N V Operation Manual (for Middle East/Thailand)
X9 Not Available - - "AAA" size battery, x2 (for Australia, New Zealand, Asia/Middle East)
X10 QCNCWA969WJZZ AF J Antenna Adaptor (for Philippines)
X12 TiNS-F641WJZZ AB N J Skype Information Sheet (for Australia, New Zealand and Oceania)
S1 SPAKCH088WJZZ BV N V Packing Case (Main) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S2 SPAKCH089WJZZ BE N V Packing Case (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S3 SPAKFC248WJZZ AR N V Packing Add. (Base) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S4 SPAKLA006WJZZ AE N J Joint, x5 (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S5 SPAKPB923WJZZ AY N V Wrapping Paper (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S6 SPAKWA006WJZZ BY N V Pallet (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S7 SPAKXD906WJZZ BG N V Packing Form (Top) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S8 SPAKXD907WJZZ BE N V Packing Form (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S9 SPAKXD908WJZZ BB N V Packing Form (Side) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S10 SPAKXD909WJZZ AR N V Front Pad, x2 (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S11 SSAKA0005PEZZ AA J Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S16 TLABV0182AJZZ AB J Case No Label (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
[5] SERVICE JIG (USE FOR SERVICING)
N QCNW-C222WJQZ AW J Connecting Cord L=1000mm 80pins, LCD Control Unit to LCD Panel Unit, x2
Connecting Cord L=1200mm 24-24-4pins, POWER Unit to LCD Control Unit/Main Unit
N QCNW-M539WJQZ BC J
(PD)

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