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P42HTS40WS P-TU4240WS

P42HTS40ES P-TU4240ES

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CONTENTS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SETTING SIGNALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
VIDEO MODE ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
RGB MODE ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
TROUBLESHOOTING USING LED AND OSD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
VOLTAGE OF EACH CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
VS AND VA ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
GENERAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
EXPLODED VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING RESTRICTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

Please use a screen saver to prevent burning of an after-image on the screen.

Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to assure your
personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD.
In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this unit, observe the following basic rules governing its installation,
use and service. Please read these "Important Safeguards" carefully before use.

Read all the safety and operating instructions before operating the unit.
Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
Adhere to all warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions.
Follow all operating instructions.
Unplug the unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
Do not use the unit near water. Do not use the unit immediately after moving it from a low temperature to a high
temperature environment, as this causes condensation, which may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
Do not place the unit on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the unit. Mount the unit according to the manufacturer's instructions, using the mount recommended by
the manufacturer.
When the unit is used on a cart, avoid quick stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces which may cause the unit and cart to overturn, damaging the unit or
causing possible injury to the operator.
When transporting by car, place the unit as shown in the figure.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. These ensure reliable operation and protect the unit from
overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. (The openings should never be blocked by placing the unit
on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface. The unit should not be placed in a built - in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided and the manufacturer's instructions are adhered to.) For proper ventilation, separate
the unit from other equipment, which may obstruct ventilation. Keep the unit at least 10cm from other equipment.
Operate only with the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your dealer or local power company.
This unit is equipped with a three-wire plug. This plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you cannot insert the plug
into the outlet, have an electrician install the proper outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounded plug.
Route power cords so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay
particular attention to cords at doors, plugs, receptacles, and where they exit from the unit.
For added protection during a lightning storm, or when the unit is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cabling. This will prevent damage to the unit by lighting and power line
surges.
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience receptacles on other equipment as this can result in fire or
electric shock.
Never push objects of any kind into this unit through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-circuit
parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind onto the unit.

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Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages and
other hazards. Have all service done by qualified service personnel.
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and have it serviced by qualified service personnel in the following cases:

a) If the power supply cord or plug is damaged.


b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen onto the unit.
c) If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the Operation Manual, as improper adjustment of controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to normal operation.
e) If the unit has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f) A distinct change in performance indicates that service is required.
When required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or parts with the
same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
Upon completion of any service of repairs, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the
unit is in proper operating condition.
Place the unit more than one foot away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, and other devices
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
When connecting other devices such as VCR's and personal computers, turn off the power to this unit to protect
against electric shock.
Do not place combustibles such as cloth, paper, matches, aerosol cans or gas lighters that prevent special hazards
when overheated behind the cooling fan.
Use only the accessory cord designed for this unit to prevent shock.

The power supply voltage rating of this unit is AC100-240V, but the attached power cord conforms to the following
power supply voltage. Use only the Power Cord designated by our dealer to ensure Safety and EMC.

When used with other power supply voltages, the power cable must be changed.
Consult your local dealer.

Power Cord

Power supply voltage : AC 100 - 125 V AC 200 - 240 V AC-240V


(SAA TYPE)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Power requirement
PDP UNIT 110-240V, 50/60Hz Analog RGB2/ mD-sub : 15pin(3 row type)
SELECTOR UNIT 110-240V, 50/60Hz RGB3 input Video : 0.7VP-P /75
Current drain SYNC signal : TTL level
PDP UNIT 4.2A-1.8A
SELECTOR UNIT 0.45-0.27A User set mode 8 memories (each RGB1,2,3)
Display panel Display frequency Horizontal : 15.63 to 80.0MHz
Screen size 92.2(W) X 52.2(H) [cm] Vertical : 50.0 to 120Hz
36.3(W) X 20.6(H) [inch] Dot clock : 50MHz Max.
Aspect ratio 16 : 9 XGA 68MHz
Number of pixels 1,024(H) X 1024(V) pixels
Pixel pitch 0.90mm X 0.51mm Digital RGB1 output DVI-D terminal
Contrast ratio 1000 : 1 Differential Input 0.5 + 10%
Luminance 1100 cd/m2 (RXC + , RX0 + , RX1 + , RX2 + )
Viewing angle Max. 160 degrees Analog audio input Two RCA terminals
(one system)
500mVrms/22K
Input/Output Terminals of
PDP unit Digital(optical) audio Optical Input
DVI input DVI-D terminal input -24dB to -14.5dB
Differential Input 0.5 + 10%
(RXC + , RX0 + , RX1 + , RX2 + ) Digital(optical) audio
output Optical Input
Display frequency Horizontal : 33.75MHz for Display -21dB to -15dB
Vertical : 60Hz for audio amp -21dB to -15dB
Dot clock : 40.5MHz
Color system NTSC/PAL/SECAM/N-PAL/M-PAL
Digital(optical) audio input Optical Input /4.43NTSC/PAL60
-27dB to -14.5dB
Effective max. Level terminal Display colors 1.07 billion (1,024 each for R.G.B.)
output 10W+10W (L/R), 6 Outer dimensions
PDP UNIT Width : 103.9cm (40.9 inch)
Input/Output Terminals of Height : 64.0cm (25.2 inch)
SELECTOR unit Depth : 8.7cm (3.4 inch)
SELECTOR UNIT Width : 43.0cm (16.9 inch)
1.0VP-P /75 Height : 9.5cm (3.7 inch)
Depth : 35.0cm (13.8 inch)
S video input S terminal
Y signal : 1.0VP-P /75 Net weight
C signal : 0.286VP-P /75 PDP UNIT 31.5kg (69.0lbs)
SELECTOR UNIT 5.0kg (11.0lbs)
Component video input Three RCA terminals
(one system) Environment (Operating)
Temperature 0 to 40
Y : 1.0VP-P /75
Relative humidity 20 to 80%
Pb/B-Y : 0.7VP-P /75
Pressure 800 to 1,114 hPa
Pr/R-Y : 0.7VP-P /75
Accessories
Video input (E model) SCART terminal PDP UNIT Power cord
Video 1.0VP-P /75 System cable (Video)
S video Y signal : 1.0VP-P /75 System cable (Audio)
C signal : 0.286VP-P /75
RGB G : 0.7VP-P /75
B : 0.7VP-P /75 SELECTOR UNIT 2 User's manual
R : 0.7VP-P /75 Remote controller
Digital RGB1 input DVI-D terminal Batteries (Type AA x 2)
Differential Input 0.5 + 10% Power cord
(RXC + , RX0 + , RX1 + , RX2 + ) Ferrite core

Antenna input TV 75

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Options
Stand P-TT4202
Wall mounting unit P-WB4201
0 to 15 mounting angle
Hanging unit P-CT4200
0 to 15 mounting angle
Speaker P-SP4200
P-SP1000
Speaker stand P-ST4200

Standards

P42HTS40WS P-TU4240WS
P42HTS40ES P-TU4240ES

UL,CSA
Safety:UL6500 UL6500
C-UL C-UL
EMC: FCC Part15 Class B FCC Part15 Class B
ICES-003 Class B ICES-003 Class B

CE
Safety: EN60065 EN60065
EMC : EN55022 1998 EN55013 2001
EN61000-3-2 1995 EN55020 1994
EN61000-3-3, 1995
EN55024 1998
EN61000-4-2, 1995
EN61000-4-3, 1996
EN61000-4-4, 1995
EN61000-4-5, 1995
EN61000-4-6, 1996
EN61000-4-8, 1993
EN61000-4-11,1994

AS
Safety : IEC60065 IEC60065
EMC : AS/NZS 3548 AS/NZS 1053

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SETTING SIGNALS

This display can store parameter settings for eight additional signals for RGB.
To do this, select the desired signal and follow "RGB MODE ADJUSTMENT" in the manual to adjust the parameters.
When you finish, the settings will be automatically stored.

FACTORY SET SIGNALS (RGB MODE)


Main corresponding signals (RGB mode)
Display (dots x lines) Horizontal frequency (kHz) Vertical frequency (Hz) Signal DVD-I
640 x 480 31.47 59.94 VGA
640 x 480 37.50 75.00 VGA 75 Hz
640 x 480 43.27 85.01 VGA 85 Hz
720 x 400 31.47 70.09 400 lines
800 x 600 37.88 60.32 SVGA 60 Hz
800 x 600 46.88 75.00 SVGA 75 Hz
800 x 600 53.67 85.06 SVGA 85 Hz
1024 x 768 48.36 60.00 XGA 60 Hz
1024 x 768 60.02 75.03 XGA 75 Hz
1024 x 768 68.68 84.99 XGA 85 Hz
1280 x 1024 63.98 60.02 SXGA 60 Hz
1280 x 1024 79.98 75.03 SXGA 75 Hz
848 x 480 31.02 60.00
852 x 480 31.72 59.97
1360 x 768 47.71 60.01
720 x 485 15.73 59.94 60 fields
720 x 575 15.63 50.00 50 fields

*With some input signals, "Out of range" may appear even when the horizontal and vertical frequencies are within their permissible ranges.
In this event, match the input signals to another frequency rather than those listed above.
* In the DVI-D mode, the input signal can be restricted partly.

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FACTORY SET SIGNALS (Component video mode) FACTORY SET SIGNALS (Video, S-video mode)
Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical
Signal Signal
frequency (kHz) frequency (Hz) frequency (kHz) frequency (Hz)

15.73 59.94 SDTV 480i 15.73 59.94 NTSC


15.63 50.00 SDTV 576i 15.63 50.00 PAL
31.47 59.94 SDTV 480p 15.63 50.00 SECAM
31.25 50.00 SDTV 576p 15.63 59.52 PAL 60
45.00 60.00 HDTV 720p 15.63 50.00 N-PAL
37.50 50.00 HDTV 720p 15.73 59.95 M-PAL
33.75 60.00 HDTV 1,080i 15.73 59.94 4.43 NTSC
28.13 50.00 HDTV 1,080i
The dedicated graphics card is optional.
In the 800 x 600 and 1,024 x 768 modes, images of reduced size are displayed on the screen, using size reduction and
interpolation. Also note that on-screen information is also displayed in reduced size.
" Out of range" appears if the display receives a signal whose characteristic does not fall within the display's
permissible range.
You can check the input signals with "Information" on the OTHERS Menu screen.

RGB INPUT TERMINAL


Pin No. Input signal Pin No. Input signal

1 Red 9
2 Green 10 Ground
3 Blue 11
4 12
* The sync switch (TTL/ANALOG switch) is on 5 Ground 13 Horiz. sync
the rear of the 13-pin horizontal sync and
14-pin vertical sync terminals. 6 Ground 14 Vert. sync
7 Ground 15
8 Ground Outer side Ground

DVI-D INPUT TERMINAL

SCART TERMINAL Pin No. Input Signal Pin No. Input Signal Pin No. Input Signal
1 8 15 Red/chrominance
20 1816 1412 10 8 6 4 2
2 Right audio 9 Green ground 16
3 10 17
4 Audio ground 11 Green 18 Composite video ground
5 Blue ground 12 19
6 Left audio 13 Red ground 20 Composite video/Y
21 17 13 9 5 1
19 15 11 7 3 7 Blue 14 21 Ground

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CONNECTION

EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS

Antenna (commercially available product)

Speaker Display Speaker (optional)


Remote
control

To AC outlet

To AC outlet

AV Selector
VCR or other external components See P.

VCR P- 9 Video camera P-11

PC P-12

DVD recorder/player P-10 Videogame machine P-11

Audio amplifier P-13

Satellite tuner P-10

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Model : P42HTS40W

VCR

Connect the video signal cable to either the S-video input terminal or the video input terminal.
If the unit to be connected is equipped with S-video output, it is recommended to connect the S-video terminal.

To S-video
output To video output

To audio outputs

To audio inputs To video input

Rear side of AV Selector


To S-video input

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DVD RECORDER / PLAYER
Connect the video signal cable to the component video input terminal, S-video input terminal, or the video input terminal.
If the component to be connected is equipped with component video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to the
component video terminal.

To video output
To S-video
output
To audio outputs

To audio
To component inputs To video input
video output

Rear side of AV Selector

To component video input


To S-video input

SATELLITE TUNER
Connect the video signal cable to the component video input terminal, S-video input terminal, or the video input terminal.
If the component to be connected is equipped with component video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to
the component video terminal.

To S-video
output To video output

To audio outputs

To component To audio
video output inputs To video input

Rear side of AV Selector

To component video input


To S-video input

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VIDEO CAMERA
A Video camera can conveniently be connected to the Video 3 input on the front side.
Connect the video signal cable to either the S-video input terminal or the video input terminal.
If the unit be connected is equipped with S-video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to the S-video terminal.

To video and audio outputs To video and audio inputs

To S-video output

To S-video input

Front side of AV Selector

VIDEOGAME MACHINE
As the connecting cable differs with videogame machines, please consult the instructions for your videogame machine.
Connect the video signal cable to either the S-video input terminal or the video input terminal.
Ensure that the same image (pattern) is not displayed on the screen for an extended period. If the same image is displayed
on the screen for an extended period, the brightness of that part of the screen may change and image burn-in may leave an
after-image on the screen.
If the videogame machine to be connected is equipped with S-video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to the S-video termina

To video and audio tputs To video and audio inputs

To S-video output

To S-video input

Front side of AV Selector

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PC
As the cable for connecting a PC differs with the PC model, please consult your dealer for information on the right cable to purchase.
The PC can be connected to either the front side or the rear side, whichever is most convenient.

To RGB output (mD-sub)

To audio output

To audio input To mD-sub input

When connecting to the front side of the AV Selector

To RGB output (mD-sub)

To audio output To audio


input
To RGB output (DVI-D)

To DVI-D input To mD-sub input

When connecting to the rear side of the AV Selector

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WHEN OUTPUTTING AUDIO SIGNALS TO AN AUDIO AMPLIFIER
Connect the audio signal cables to the digital output and the analog audio output terminals.
* The signal input as digital input is not output as analog audio.
* The digital audio input terminal on the display complies with a sampling frequency of 48 kHz.
In the case of outputs with another frequency, connect to an audio system (amplifier).

To digital audio input

To analog audio input

To analog audio output To digital audio output

Rear side of AV Selector

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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS

DISPLAY SECTION – FRONT

Power indicator lamp


This lamp shows the state of the power supply.
(Right section)
Lit (red): Stand-by state
Lit (green): Power ON state
Lit (orange): Power saving (DPMS: Power saving
function) mode ON
Flashing (red): Malfunction (Flashes differently depending
on the type of malfunction.)
Remote control signal receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
Input mode selector button [MODE]
Input mode selector button [MODE]
Switches between picture input modes.
VOL + button
VOL - button
Adjusts the sound volume.
Wide screen selector button [WIDE]
Switches the screen over to a desired wide screen.
ON/OFF button
Turns the power "ON" and "OFF (standby state)".
Ambient Sensor
Detects the brightness of external light.
Do not obstruct it.

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Model : P42HTS40W/E

DISPLAY SECTION – LOWER PART

/I power switch
If this button is pressed when the power indicator lamp is off, the indicator lamp will light.
The power can be turned on and the standby mode selected by using the remote control or the control panel of the display.
If this button is pressed when the power indicator lamp is lit, the indicator lamp will go out.
* Power is still supplied to parts of the display even if the indicator lamp is off.
Display input (Picture) terminal
Connect this terminal to the display output (picture) terminal on the AV Selector using the special cable provided.
Display input (audio) terminal
Connect this terminal to the display output (audio) terminal on the AV Selector using the special cable provided.
External speaker output terminal (EXP SP)
Connect this terminal to the optionally available speaker.
When connecting a cable, attach a ferrite core to the cable.
Power input terminal
Connect this terminal to the power cable supplied with the display.
When connecting a cable, attach a ferrite core to the cable.

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AV SELECTOR SECTION - FRONT

Power indicator lamp


This lamp shows the state of the power supply.
Lit (red): Stand-by state
Lit (green): Power ON state
Flashing (red or green): Malfunction (Flashes differently depending
on the type of malfunction.)
Remote control signal receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.

/I power switch
If this button is pressed when the power indicator lamp is off, the indicator lamp will light.
The power can be turned on and the standby mode selected by using the remote control or the control panel of the display.
If this button is pressed when the power indicator lamp is lit, the indicator lamp will go out.
* Power is still supplied to parts of the display even if the indicator lamp is off.

Video3, S-video input terminal


Connect this terminal to the S-video output terminal of your video camera etc.

Video3, video input terminal


Connect this terminal to the video output terminal of your video camera etc.

Audio input terminal (L/R)


These are the audio input terminals for the Video3 and RGB3 terminals.
Input the audio for the video to be seen here.

RGB3 input terminal


Connect this terminal to your PC's mD-sub output terminal.

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Model : P42HTS40W

REMOTE CONTROL

button
STILL button
Switches between power ON and standby. Displays the screen being watched as the still
TV input mode selector button picture.To return to normal, press this button
Press this button to watch terrestrial once again.
broadcastings. MUTE button
Video input mode selector button Temporarily mutes the audio.
Press this button to switch through To return the audio to normal, press this
Video1 to Video6. button once again, or press the VOL+
does the VOL- work also.
Number buttons
RGB input mode selector button
Use these buttons for the Program No. Press this button to switch through
selection directly. RGB1 to RGB3.
Menu button [MENU] WIDE button
Press this button to display the menu Switches the screen size.
screen for adjusting the picture and/
or the audio. Channel Up/Down buttons
Enter button [ENTER] Press these buttons to select the preset programs.
Press this button to fix the entry in the Channel Return button
ADJUSTMENT MENU. Return to the previous Program No. and
input mode immediately.
DISPLAY button
Press this button to display the Program Adjustment buttons [ / / / ]
No. input mode, and screen size status. Use these buttons to select the item or adjust
The status is displayed for about five the value in the menu screen.
seconds.
PICTURE MEMORY button
PICTURE MODE button
Press this button to recall a Picture Memory.
Use this button to switch the Picture Mode.
Volume adjustment buttons
OFF-TIMER button
[VOL +/ - ]
Use this button to specify the length of
Press this buttons to adjust the volume.
time until the power turns off (stand-by
state) DUAL/STEREO button
AUDIO IN button Press this button to select the audio mode for
Press this button to select audio input. stereo/dual-channel audio broadcastings.

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Model : P42HTS40E

REMOTE CONTROL
button STILL button
Switches between power ON and standby. Displays the screen being watched as the still
picture.To return to normal, press this button
TV input mode selector button once again.
Press this button to watch terrestrial
WIDE button
broadcastings.
Switches the screen size.
Video input mode selector button
RGB input mode selector button
Press this button to switch through
Press this button to switch through
Video1 to Video6.
RGB1 to RGB3.
Number buttons TELETEXT input mode selector button
Use these buttons for the Program No. Press this button to switch to the teletext
selection directly. broadcasting. (selectable only when watching
the TV.)
AUDIO IN button
Channel Up/Down buttons
Press this button to select audio input.
Press these buttons to select the preset programs.
Menu button Use these buttons to scroll through a page in the
Press this button to display the menu teletext broadcasting.
screen for adjusting the picture and/
or the audio. Volume adjustment buttons
Press these buttons to adjust the volume.
Enter button
Press this button to fix the entry in the Channel Return button
Return to the previous Program No. and
ADJUSTMENT MENU.
input mode immediately.
COLOR button MUTE button
In the teletext broadcasting, press these Temporarily mutes the audio.
buttons to switch through the pages stored To return the audio to normal, press this
to each of the four colors in the LIST mode. button once again, or press the VOL+
Other than the LIST mode, these buttons can does the VOL- work also.
also be used for the colored option selected
Adjustment buttons [ / / / ]
from the four teletext new options displayed
at the button of the screen. Use these buttons to select the item or adjust
the value in the menu screen.
SUBPAGE button
Press this button to display the SUBPAGE. DUAL/STEREO button
REVEAL button Press this button to select the audio mode for
Press this button to display hidden text stereo/dual-channel audio broadcasting.
(such as the answers to quizzes, etc.). HOLD button
INDEX button Press this button to hold the transmission of
Press this button to the INDEX page. the teletext program you are corrently watching.
MODE button SIZE button
Switches to the LIST mode. Press this button Press this button to change the size of the
once again to return to the current mode. current watching page.
DISPLAY button STORE button
Press this button to display the Program In LIST mode, saves the current display to
No. input mode, and screen size status. the Favorites page.
The status is displayed for about five CANCEL button
seconds. Press this button to watch the terrestrial
broadcasting you are watching before you pressed
PICTURE MODE button
TELETEXT.
Use this button to switch the Picture Mode. Press it once again to return to the teletext
broadcasting.
OFF-TIMER button
Use this button to specify the length of
time until the power turns off (stand-by
state)
PICTURE MEMORY button
Press this button to recall a Picture Memory.
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VIDEO MODE ADJUSTMENT

REMOTE CONTROLLER

MENU PICTURE Signal Contrast {-30 to +30}

TV ENTER Drive Contrast {+40 to +100} Default 65

VOL. + Brightness {-60 to +60}

VOL. - Color {-60 to +60}

MUTE Tint {-60 to +60}

CH Sharpness {-4 to +4 (Comp. video -16 to +16)}

CH Ambient Sensor On
Off
CH. Return
Picture Mode Natural
TELETEXT Fine
Effective
RED Conventional
GREEN Still

YELLOW Default Yes


No
BLUE
POSITION/SIZE Position Horizontal {-30 to +30 (Comp. video -16 to +16)}
STORE Vertical {-7 to +7 (Zoom -15 to +15) (Comp. video -16 to +16)}
VIDEO 1 Size Width {-7 to +12 (Comp. video -4 to +16)}
Height {-3 to +12 (Comp. video -4 to +16)}
VIDEO 2
Default Yes
VIDEO 3 No
VIDEO 4 AUDIO Treble {-6 to +6}
VIDEO 5 Bass {-6 to +6}
VIDEO 6
Balance {-10 to +10}
RGB 1
Loudness On
RGB 2 Off

RGB 3 FEATURES Adjustment* Clamp Position* {-8 to +8} *Only Comp. Video

STILL On Screen Menu OSD On(OSD : bright)


DISPLAY On(OSD : dark)
Off
PICTURE MODE Natural
Language
Fine
English
Effective
Deutsch
Conventional ~
Espanol
Still Francais

~
PICTURE MEMORY Load Memory 1 Italiano
Portugues

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Memory 2
Save Memory 3 Pycc K NN * *Russian can only be set with the R -model.
Memory 4 Name Select Video 1 Video 1
Memory 5 DVD 1
Memory 6 Video 2 DVD 2
Memory 7
VCR 1
Memory 8 Video 3 VCR 2
Video 4 GAME
AUDIO IN Analog Audio
Camcorder
Digital Audio 1
Video 5 STB
Digital Audio 2
Satellite
DUAL CH SW Dual-l Cable TV
Dual-ll RGB 1 RGB 1
Stereo PC 1
Mono RGB 2 PC 2
DVD 1
OFF-TIMER Off RGB 3
DVD 2
30 min STB
60 min Satellite
90 min Cable TV
120 min

WIDE Normal Input Terminal Video 1 Auto


Wide 1 Video
Wide 2 Video 2 S-video
Zoom 1 Comp video
Zoom 2 Video 3

Video 4
Video Format Auto 1
Normal
Auto 2
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
PAL60
N-PAL
M-PAL
Wide 1 4.43NTSC

Wide 2

Zoom 1

A continuation is the next page.

Zoom 2

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Position Horizontal "-"

FEATURES

Channel Setting Auto Store

Manual Store Setting Freq.


Horizontal "+"
System West Euro
East Euro
France
UK

Adjust

Vertical "-" Skip On


Off

Name

Sort

Others Auto off-No SIG On


Off
Vertical "+"

Audio Input RGB 1 No Audio


Audio 1
RGB 2 Audio 2
Audio 3
Video 1 Audio 4
Video 2
Width "-"
Video 3

Video 4
Size
Video 5

White Screen On
Off
Width "+"
Exhibition Mode On
Off

Information Mode
Freq. Scan Mode
Input Signal
Freq.
Position Horizontal "-"
Height "-"
FACTORY DEFAULT Execute Yes
No

Horizontal "+"
Height "+"

Vertical "-"

Vertical "+"

Width "-"

Size

Width "+"

Height "-"

Height "+"

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RGB MODE ADJUSTMENT

REMOTE CONTROLLER

MENU PICTURE Signal Contrast {-30 to +30}

TV ENTER Drive Contrast {+40 to +100} Default 65

VOL. + Brightness {-60 to +60}

VOL. - Color {-60 to +60}

MUTE Tint {-60 to +60}

CH Sharpness {-4 to +4 (Comp. video -16 to +16)}

CH Ambient Sensor On
Off
CH. Return
Picture Mode Natural
TELETEXT Fine
Effective
RED Conventional
GREEN Still

YELLOW Default Yes


No
BLUE
POSITION/SIZE Position Horizontal {-30 to +30 (Comp. video -16 to +16)}
STORE Vertical {-7 to +7 (Zoom -15 to +15) (Comp. video -16 to +16)}

VIDEO 1 Size Width {-7 to +12 (Comp. video -4 to +16)}


Height {-3 to +12 (Comp. video -4 to +16)}
VIDEO 2
Default Yes
VIDEO 3 No
VIDEO 4 AUDIO Treble {-6 to +6}
VIDEO 5 Bass {-6 to +6}
VIDEO 6 Balance {-10 to +10}
RGB 1
Loudness On
RGB 2 Off

RGB 3 FEATURES Adjustment Dot Clock {-30 to 30}


STILL Clock Phase Auto
DISPLAY Manual {1 to 32}

Clamp Position {-8 to +8}


PICTURE MODE Natural
Fine Auto Calibration Execute Yes
Effective No
Conventional
Still
On Screen Menu OSD On(OSD : bright)
PICTURE MEMORY Load Memory 1 On(OSD : dark)
Memory 2 Off
Save Memory 3
Memory 4 Language
Memory 5 English
Memory 6 Deutsch
~
Memory 7 Espanol
Memory 8 Francais
~

Italiano
Portugues
<

AUDIO IN Analog Audio


Digital Audio 1 Pycc K NN * *Russian can only be set with the R -model.
Digital Audio 2
Name Select Video 1 Video 1
DUAL CH SW Dual-l DVD 1
Video 2 DVD 2
Dual-ll
Stereo VCR 1
Video 3 VCR 2
Mono
Video 4 GAME
OFF-TIMER Off Camcorder
30 min Video 5 STB
60 min Satellite
90 min Cable TV
120 min RGB 1 RGB 1
PC 1
WIDE Normal RGB 2 PC 2
Wide 1
DVD 1
Wide 2 RGB 3
DVD 2
Zoom 1
STB
Zoom 2
Satellite
Cable TV

Input Terminal Video 1 Auto


Video
Video 2 S-video
Normal Position Horizontal "-" Comp video
Video 3

Video 4
Video Format Auto 1
Auto 2
NTSC
PAL
Wide
Horizontal "+" SECAM
PAL60
N-PAL
M-PAL
4.43NTSC

Zoom
Vertical "-"

Vertical "+"
A continuation is the next page.

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FEATURES Channel Setting Auto Store

Manual Store Setting Freq.

System West Euro


East Euro
France
Size Width "-" UK

Adjust

Skip On
Off

Name
Width "+" Sort

Others Auto Off-NO SIG, Off


On

Audio Input RGB 1 No Audio


Audio 1
RGB 2 Audio 2
Height "-"
Audio 3
Video 1 Audio 4
Video 2

Video 3
Video 4
Height "+" Video 5

Screen Orbiter Mode / Time Off


Time
Mode

Moving Area Min.


Std.
Max.

Direct Setting Auto


VGA
WVGA
480P
XGA
Moving Area Std. (10 dot)
WXGA
SXGA
SXGA+

Code Setting Auto


Manual {00 to 27} *Hexadecimal

Moving Area Max. (15 dot) White Screen On


Off

Exhibition Mode On
Off

Information Mode
Freq. Scan Mode
Moving Area Min. (5 dot) Input Sync
Freq.
Preset No.

FACTORY DEFAULT Execute Yes


No

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TROUBLESHOOTING USING LED AND OSD

1. Display
(1) OSD
Three kinds of error messages are displayed on the screen, and the power is turned off 10 sec later.

(2) LED
LED error is displayed continuously after the power is turned off.
2. Error types and check points
(1) OSD

On screen display Cause Check point


ERROR MESSAGE CONDITION 2 Temperature protector
Ambient temperature of unit
operated
Main/Digital PCB

(2) LED
LED lamp display status Cause Check point
Steady light (Red) Stand-by status
1 time (Red) / 1 time (Green) No power Main power PCB
Flashes once Red LED and flashes Power supply protector
once Green LED every 3 sec. operated
1 time (Red) / 2 times (Green) No power PDP panel
Flashes once Red LED and flashes Power supply protector
twice Green LED every 4 sec. operated
1 time (Red) / 3 times (Green) No power Main/Digital PCB
Flashes once Red LED and flashes Power supply protector
three Green LED every 5 sec. operated
2 times (Red) / 1 time (Green) Temperature protector Ambient temperature of unit
Flashes twice Red LED and flashes operated
once Green LED every 4 sec.

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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART

Note : 1. Since a voltage is applied to the Main Power


LED lamp blinking PCB heat sinks while the set is operating, do
not touch the heat sinks.
2. If the Main Power PCB insulation sheet is not
Turn power on and check
installed when assembling, the Main Power
state of lamp.
PCB fuse will blow.

LAMP STATE POWER SUPPLY STATE REMEDY


Not lighted. Power supply * Replace Main
circuit faulty. Power PCB.
* Vs and Va must be adjusted.
Blink LED Blinks
1 time (Red) Power turned off Check 1
continuously.
1 time (Green) immediately.

Blink LED 1 time (Red) Power turned off Check PDP Panel.
2 times (Green) immediately.

Blink LED 1 time (Red) Power turned off Check Main/Digital


3 times (Green) immediately. PCB

Blink LED 2 times (Red) Power turned off


1 time (Green) Check 2
after 10 sec.

GREEN
Lights steadily for
more than 10 sec.

NO
Is on-screen display Check 3
normal?

YES
All input image Signal processing Replace Main/Digital
faulty. PCB faulty. PCB Assy.

Video input image Check 4


faulty.

S-video input image


Check 4
faulty.

Component video
Check 5
input image faulty.

RGB input image Check 6


faulty.

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Check 1 Power supply protector operated
Power lamp : Flashing 1 time in Red.
Start Flashing 1 time in Green.

(1) Pull out Power Cord Plug and disconnect connectors CN6 and CN23 on Main Power PCB.
(2) Connect pin 1 and pin 13 of CN352 through a 1/4W, 1KW resistor.
Connect pin 1 of CN352 through a 1/4W, 1KW resistor.
CN502 shorted.
(3) Plug in Power Cord Plug and turn on power switch.

Does Yes
lamp change to PDP faulty. * Replace PDP.
green?
* Vs and Va must be adjusted.
No
(1) Pull out Power Cord Plug and disconnect connectors CN351 and CN352 on Main Power
PCB.
(2) Connect pin 1 and pin 13 of CN352 through a 1/4W, 1KW resistor.
Connect pin 1 of CN352 through a 1/4W, 1KW resistor.
CN502 shorted.
(3) Disconnect connectors on Main Power PCB. (CN6, CN23)
(4) Plug in Power Cord Plug and turn on power switch.

Is voltage
at each connector on No
Power Supply * Replace Main
Main Power PCB normal? circuit faulty. Power PCB.
See page 31
* Vs and Va must be adjusted.

Yes
(1) Pull out Power Cord Plug and connect connector CN351 and CN352 to Power Supply Unit.
(2) Remove Video PCB Assy.
(3) Plug in Power Cord Plug and turn on power switch.
(4) Check state of green lamp.

Is green No
lamp lit Main/Digital Replace Main
continuously? circuit faulty. /Digital PCB Assy.

Yes
Video circuit Replace Video PCB
faulty. Assy.

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Check 2 Temperature protector operated

Power lamp : Flashes intermittently twice in red.


(For 0.5 sec. at an interval of 5 sec.)
Start

Is ambient temperature No Adjust PDP unit installation so that


of IC6950 on Sensor peripheral temperature is 40.0 or
PCB less than 68 ? less.

Yes

Does unit
operate normally No Microcomputer Replace
when temperature sensor peripheral circuit Main/Digital
PCB changed ? faulty. PCB Assy.

Yes
Replace
Temperature
temperature sensor
sensor PCB faulty.
PCB.

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Check 3 Power supply protector operated
Power lamp : Flashing continuously in red.
Start (at an interval of 1 sec.)

(1) Pull out Power Cord Plug and disconnect connectors CN202, CN203, CN204 on Main
Power PCB.
(2) Plug in Power Cord Plug and turn on power switch.

Is voltage
at each connector on No Power Supply * Replace Main
Main Power PCB normal? circuit faulty. Power PCB.
See page 31
* Vs and Va must be adjusted.

Yes
(1) Pull out Power Cord Plug and connect connectors CN202, CN203, CN204 to Main Power
PCB.
(2) Pull out Power Cord Plug and disconnect connectors CN4101, CN4155 on Audio-selector
PCB
(3) Plug in Power Cord Plug and turn on power switch.
(4) Check state of green lamp.

Does No
lamp change to Replace Main PCB
Main circuit faulty.
green? Assy.

Yes
Audio-selector Replace Audio-
circuit faulty. selector PCB Assy.

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Check 4 OSD is not displayed

Power lamp : Lighted green.


(10 sec or more)
Start

Is picture Yes
Signal processing Replace Main PCB
displayed on-screen
circuit faulty Assy
when signal input?

No

Is voltage at No
each connector on Power Supply Replace Power
Power PCB Normal? circuit faulty PCB Assy

Yes
Signal processing Replace Main
circuit faulty PCB Assy

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Check 5 Video/S-video input signal are abnormal.
Power lamp : Lighted green
Start (10 sec or more)

Does mode
selection operate? No Microcomputer
Replace Main
(VIDEO1-6/RGB1-3) peripheral circuit
PCB Assy
faulty

Yes
(1) Make sure connectors CN3402-CN1101 are properly inserted.
(2) Make sure PCBs M02CZ and M02GL(M02GM) are correctly connected.
(3) Is signal at connector CN3402 -Video, -Y/ -pin C(CN1101 -Video, -Y/ -C) correct?

Is signal
of connector No
Selector circuit Replace Terminal
CN3402(CN1101) faulty PCB
correct?

Yes
Video circuit Replace Main(Video)
faulty PCB Assy

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Check 6 Component input signal are abnormal.
Power lamp : Lighted green
Start (10 sec or more)

Does mode selection No Microcomputer Replace


operate?(VIDEO1-6/RGB1-3) peripheral circuit Main(Digital) PCB
faulty Assy

Yes
(1) Make sure PCBs M02CZ and M02GL(M02GM) are correctly connected.

Only
VIDEO 1/2/4 Yes Selector circuit Replace Terminal
abnormal? faulty PCB

No

Only
Yes Selector circuit Replace Video
VIDEO 5/6(RGB2/3)
abnormal? faulty selector PCB

No

Is 525i/625i Yes Signal processing Replace Main(Video)


signal correctly
displayed? circuit faulty PCB Assy

No

Is signal Yes Signal processing Replace Main(Video)


input level
normally? circuit faulty PCB Assy

No

Check input signal

*SYNC signals are added to the Y signal.

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VOLTAGE OF EACH CONNECTOR

1. How to measure the voltages on the Main Power Supply PCB in protect mode.

Since a voltage is applied to the Main Power PCB heat sinks while the set is operating,
do not touch the heat sinks.
1) Disconnect CN6 and CN23.
2) Connect pin 1 and pin 13 of CN352 through a 1/4W, 1k resistor.
Connect pin 1 of CN352 through a 1/4W, 1k resistor.
CN502 shorted.
3) Press the power button.

2. On the Main Power Supply PCB. (M04BK)

CN352 CN351

No. NAME SPEC. Ground No. NAME SPEC. Ground

1 P5V 5.0V +/- 0.25V 5 3 +2.5V 2.5V +/- 0.13V 2

3 +14V 14.0V +/- 0.7V 5 7 +3.3V 3.3V +/- 0.17V 6

12 +6.5V 6.5V +/- 0.33V 11

CN6 CN23

No. NAME SPEC. Ground No. NAME SPEC. Ground

3 Vpri2 3.3V +/- 0.15V 4 1 Va Va label +/- 0.2V 5

3 Vcc 1 5.1V +/- 0.25V 5

9 Vs Vs label +/- 0.2V 5

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V S AND V A ADJUSTMENT

When the Main Power Supply PCB and PDP panel are replaced, Vs and VA must be
adjusted.

Preparation : Within 3 minutes after power on.

Adjustment : Adjust the VS and VA in the no-signal state.

Check points : Refer to the drawing shown below.

Adjustment points : Refer to the drawing shown below.

Adjustment value : Within +/- 0.2V of voltage indicated on the label of the PDP panel.

- MAIN POWER SUPPLY PCB (M04BK-PCB) -

VA ADJ VS ADJ.
VR801 VR901

CN23

VS & V A
check point
CN23
1 pin VA
5 pin GND
9 pin VS

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GENERAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM

P42HTS40WS
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OPTICAL
P-TU4240WS
- 34 -

OPTICAL AUDIO

PANEL
P42HTS40ES
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OPTICAL
P-TU4240ES
- 36 -

OPTICAL

PANEL
DISASSEMBLY
1. Removing the Rear Case and layout of Main PCB

1. Remove the 11 screws and Cover Terminal.

2. Remove the 14 screws and Rear Case.

* Layout of Main PCB.

A
B C
A: Main Power PCB

B: Audio PCB C: Main PCB


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2. Removing the Main Power PCB

1. Remove the Rear Case.


2. Disconnect the 7 circled connector.

3. Remove the 10 circled screws and Main


Power PCB.

* View after Main Power PCB removed.

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3. Removing the Audio PCB

1. Remove the Cover Terminal.


2. Remove the 5 circled screws.
3. Slide the module in the direction of the arrow.

4. Remove the 7 circled screws and shield option TOP

5. Remove the 4 circled screws and Audio PCB

* View after Audio PCB removed.

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4. Removing the Main PCB

1. Remove the Audio Unit.


(Refer to Page 39)
2. Remove the 11 circled screws and shield
main TOP.

3. Disconnect the 8 circled connectors.

4. Remove the 4 circled screws and Main


PCB.

* View after Main PCB removed.

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5. Removing the PDP Unit (1 of 2 )

1. Remove the Cover Terminal and Rear Case.


2. Disconnect the 2 circled connectors.

3. Remove the 8 circled screws and the Base Frame


from the Front Case together with the panel
and PCBs.

* View after the Panel Unit and PCBs were


removed from Front Case.

4. Disconnect the 5 circled connectors and turn


over the shield main bottom.

5. Disconnect the 2 circled connectors and shield


main bottom.

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5. Removing the PDP Unit (2 of 2)

6. Remove the 9 circled screws and Base Frame


together with Fans.

7. Remove the Main Power PCB.


8. Remove the 1 circled screw and sensor unit.

* View after only the PDP Unit was removed.

* Replace the removed parts back in the correct


places when the PDP Unit is replaced.

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6. Removing the Bezel Front and Optical Filter (1 of 2)

1. Remove the PDP Unit.


(To remove the PDP Unit, refer to Page 41)

2. Remove 18 circled screws and Holder Filter.

3. Remove the Optical Filter.

4. Remove the 4 circled screws.

5. Peel off the decoration and pull the Bezel Front in


the direction of arrow.

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6. Removing the Bezel Front and Optical Filter (2 of 2)

* View after Bezel Front was divided.


(Repeat the same procedure on the other
3 locations.)

* View after Bezel Front was disassembled.

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7. Removing the LED/Photo/Key PCB

1. Remove the PDP Unit.


2. Remove the 2 screws and LED/Photo/Key
PCB Unit.

3. Remove the 3 screws and LED/Photo/Key


PCB.

* View after LED/Photo/Key Unit was


disassembled.

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P-TU4240W
1. Removing the Top Cover

1. Remove the 8 circled and arrowed screws and


Top Cover.

MAIN POWER PCB TERMINAL PCB

MAIN/DIGITAL PCB AUDIO SELECTOR PCB

VIDEO SELECTOR PCB


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2. Removing the Tuner PCB

1. Remove the Top Cover.


2. Disconnect the 5 circled connectors.

3. Remove the 5 circled, allowed screws and


Tuner Unit.

4. Remove the 4 circled screws and


Tuner PCB.

* View after Tuner PCB was removed.

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3. Removing the Main Power PCB

1. Remove the Top Cover.


2. Disconnect the 6 circled connectors.

3. Remove the 4 circled screws and


Main Power PCB.

* View after Main Power PCB was removed.

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4. Removing the Audio Selector PCB

1. Remove the Top Cover and diconnect the


4 circled connectors.

2. Remove the circled 9 screws and


Audio Selector PCB.

* View after Audio Selector PCB was


removed.

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5. Removing the Terminal PCB

1. Remove the Top Cover and Audio Selector


PCB.
(To remove the Audio Selector PCB, refer
to the Page 49)
2. Remove the 21 circled screws and the
Panel Rear.

3. Remove the 4 circled screws and the


Terminal PCB Shield.

4. Disconnect the 3 circled connectors and


Terminal PCB.

* View after Terminal PCB was removed.

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6. Removing the Video Selector PCB

1. Remove the Top Cover and Audio Selector


PCB.
2. Remove the Terminal PCB and disconnect
the 2 circled connectors.

3. Remove the 4 circled screws and Video


Selector PCB.

* View after Video Selector PCB was


removed.

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7. Removing the Main Digital PCB

1. Remove the Top Cover and Video


Selector PCB.

2. Remove the Tuner Unit.

3. Remove the 3 circled screws and the shield


bracket.

4. Disconnect the 9 circled connectors and the


shield bracket.

5. Remove the 9 circled screws and Main


Digital PCB.

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EXPLODED VIEW

1
11
3

10

18 9

10 4 11

7 19

13

8
2

14
7

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5

12

12

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20

15

16

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21

23 27

22
26

24

25

17

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38
28 29
37
36 39
41
35 30

40
34

32

31
42

33

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PARTS LIST

Ref.no. Description P42HTS40WS P42HTS40ES


1 Bezel Front Top 8118895006
2 Bezel Front Btm 8118896003
3 Bezel Front L 8118897000
4 Bezel Front R 8118898007
5 Rear Case 8118953003
6 Cover Terminal 8118999001
7 Gasket Filter L/R 8118915001
8 Gasket Filter T/B 8118914004
9 Cushion Filter T/B 8118916008
10 Cushion Filter L/R 8118917005
11 Decoration 8118913007
12 Handle Rear 8118988005
13 Button Main SW 8118912000
---- Badge 8112118002 8117708000
14 Optical Filter 8118267018
15 Audio PCB 8120542004
16 Main PCB 8120552003
17 Main Power PCB 8120543001
18 LED/Photo/Key PCB 8119583018
19 Power Switch PCB 8119585012
---- Power Cord VDA 8111726000
20 Sensor PCB 8119587016
21 PDP Unit S141016284
22 Xsus PCB S141016352
23 Ysus PCB S141016369
24 Logic PCB S141016376
25 Address-R PCB S141016383
26 Address-L PCB S141016390
27 Glass Unit S141016406
---- Carton Top 8119316005
---- Carton Bottom 8114547008
---- Packing Joint-D 8108655009
---- Packing Pad-Top 8119322006
---- Packing Pad-Bottom 8119324000
---- Sheet Protect 8111634008
---- Carton Accessory 8111799004
: Same as left

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Ref.no. Description P-TU4240WS P-TU4240ES
28 Panel Front 8118866006
29 Door 8118867003
30 Bottom SW 8118868000
31 Cover Top 8118791001
32 Chassis Btm 8118850005
33 Panel Rear 8118856007 8118855000
34 Main Power PCB 8120561005
35 Main/Digital PCB 8120556001 8120555004
36 Video Selector PCB 8120546002 8120564006
37 Terminal PCB 8120565003 8120549003
38 Audio Selector PCB 8119743009 8119988004
39 LED PCB 8119748004 8119990007
40 SW PCB 8119816000 8119994005
41 Front Terminal PCB 8119810008 8119992001
42 Tuner PCB 8119517013
---- Remote Controller 8119017018 8118839017
---- Power Cord 8111726000
---- Carton 8118873004
---- Pad Set 8118876005
---- Protect Sheet 8119320002
: Same as left

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TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING RESTRICTIONS

Transportation

Bad loading

Don't load the plasmavision on a truck


as shown in the drawing.

Handling

Never topple. Never drop.

Drop
Over 30 cm Floor

Don't hold the


surface of the
optical filter.

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4
Don't stack the
plasmavision over
three units high.

Example of good transportation and handling

Good loading

Load the plasmavision as shown above.

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FUJITSU GENERAL CUSTOMER SERVICE LIMITED
GLOBAL SUPPORT DIVISION
DECEMBER 2004