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1080P Direct View LCD Training 42LE550042LE5500 LED Backlights LCD-DV Troubleshooting 42" Class Full HD 1080P

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Direct View LCD Training

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Direct View LCD Training 42LE550042LE5500 LED Backlights LCD-DV Troubleshooting 42" Class Full HD 1080P LCD TV
Direct View LCD Training 42LE550042LE5500 LED Backlights LCD-DV Troubleshooting 42" Class Full HD 1080P LCD TV
Direct View LCD Training 42LE550042LE5500 LED Backlights LCD-DV Troubleshooting 42" Class Full HD 1080P LCD TV

LCD-DV Troubleshooting 42" Class Full HD 1080P LCD TV (42" diagonally)

Published October 8 th , 2010 Updated March 09 th , 2011

OUTLINEOUTLINE

Preliminary Section:

Contact Information, Preliminary Matters, Specifications, LCD Overview, General Troubleshooting Steps,

Signal Distribution Disassembly Instructions and Voltages

,

Disassembly Section: Removal of Circuit Boards

Troubleshooting Section: Board Operation Troubleshooting of :

Switch Mode Power Supply with LED Backlight Driver Board

Main Board

Ft Control Board

Soft Touch Keys

Speakers

Driver Board • Main Board • Ft Control Board • Soft Touch Keys • Speakers 2

2 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

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This Section will cover Contact Information and remind the Technician of Important Safety Precautions for the Customers Safety as well as the Technician and the Equipment.

Basic Troubleshooting Techniques which can save time and money sometimes can be overlooked. These techniques will also be presented.

This Section will get the Technician familiar with the Disassembly, Identification and Layout of the LCD Display Panel.

At the end of this Section the Technician should be able to Identify the Circuit Boards and have the ability and knowledge necessary to safely remove and replace any Circuit Board or Assembly.

and knowledge necessary to safely remove and replace any Circuit Board or Assembly. 3 October 2010

3 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

PreliminaryPreliminary MattersMatters (The(The FineFine Print)Print)

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POPO TTANTANT SAFETYSAFETY NOTICENOTICE

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The information in this training manual is intended for use by persons possessing an adequate background in electrical equipment, electronic devices, and mechanical systems. In any attempt to repair a major Product, personal injury and property damage can result. The manufacturer or seller maintains no liability for the interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in conjunction with its use. When servicing this product, under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without permission from LG Electronics. Unauthorized modifications will not only void the warranty, but may lead to property damage or user injury. If wires, screws, clips, straps, nuts, or washers used to complete a ground path are removed for service, they must be returned to their original positions and properly fastened.

CAUTIONCAUTION

To avoid personal injury, disconnect the power before servicing this product. If electrical power is required for diagnosis or test purposes, disconnect the power immediately after performing the necessary checks. Also be aware that many household products present a weight hazard. At least two people should be involved in the installation or servicing of such devices. Failure to consider the weight of an product could result in physical injury.

devices. Failure to consider the weight of an product could result in physical injury. 4 October

4 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

ESDESD NoticeNotice

(Electrostatic(Electrostatic StaticStatic Discharge)Discharge)

Today’s sophisticated electronics are electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive. ESD can weaken or damage the electronics in a manner that renders them inoperative or reduces the time until their next failure. Connect an ESD wrist strap to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. Alternatively, you can touch your finger repeatedly to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. Before removing a replacement part from its package, touch the anti-static bag to a ground connection point or unpainted metal in the product. Handle the electronic control assembly by its edges only. When repackaging a failed electronic control assembly in an anti-static bag, observe these same precautions.

ReguRegullatoryatory InInfformationormation

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than that to which the receiver is connected; or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

is connected; or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. 5 October 2010

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LG Contact Information

Customer Service (and Part Sales) (800) 243-0000 Technical Support (and Part Sales) (800) 847-7597 USA Website (GSFS) http://gsfs-america.lge.com

Customer Service Website http://www.us.lgservice.com

Knowledgebase Website http://lgtechassist.com LG Web Training https://lge.webex.com

New: 2010/11 Wireless Ready

Models Software DownloadsTraining https://lge.webex.com New: 2010/11 Wireless Ready Presentations with Audio/Video and Screen Notations LG CS

Presentations with Audio/Video and Screen NotationsNew: 2010/11 Wireless Ready Models Software Downloads LG CS Learning Academy http://ln.lge.com/ilearn

LG CS Learning Academy

http://ln.lge.com/ilearn

http://136.166.4.200
http://136.166.4.200

Training Manuals, Schematics with Navigational Bookmarks, Start-Up Sequence, Owner’s Guides, Interconnect Diagrams, Dimensions, Connector IDs, Product Pictures and Features.

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Published October 2010 by LG Technical Support and Training LG Electronics Alabama, Inc. 201 James Record Road, Huntsville, AL, 35813.

and Training LG Electronics Alabama, Inc. 201 James Record Road , Huntsville, AL, 35813. 6 October

6 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

LCDLCD DirectDirect ViewView OverviewOverview

Safety and Handling Regulations

1. Approximately 20 minute pre-run time is required before making any picture performance adjustments from the Menu.

2. Refer to the Voltage/Current silk screening on the Switch Mode Power Supply.

3. C-MOS circuits are sensitive to static electricity. Use caution when dealing with these IC and circuits.

4. Exercise care when making voltage and waveform checks to prevent costly short circuits from damaging the unit.

5. Be cautious of lost screws and other metal objects to prevent a possible short in the circuitry.

Checking Points to be Considered

1. Check the appearance of the Replacement Panel and Circuit Boards for both physical damage and part number accuracy.

2. Check the model label. Verify model names and board model matches.

3. Check details of defective condition and history. Example: Oscillator failure dead set, etc…

details of defective condition and hist ory. Example: Oscillator failure dead set, etc… 7 October 2010

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BasicBasic TroubleshootingTroubleshooting StepsSteps

Define, Localize, Isolate and Correct

Define

the failure. Use your senses Sight, Smell, Touch and Hearing. Look for burned parts and check for possible overheated components. Capacitors will sometimes leak dielectric material and give off a distinct odor. Frequency of power supplies will change with the load, or listen for relay closing etc. Observation of the front Power LED may give some clues.

Look at the symptom carefully and determine what circuits could be causing

Localize

checked and after giving a thorough examination using your senses the first check should always be the DC Supply Voltages to those circuits under test. Always confirm the supplies are not only the proper level but be sure they are noise free. If the supplies are missing check the resistance for possible short circuits.

After carefully checking the symptom and determining the circuits to be

Isolate

Oscilloscope to make a final determination of the failure. Look for correct Amplitude Phasing and Timing of the signals also check for the proper Duty Cycle of the signals. Sometimes

“glitches” or “road bumps” will be an indication of an imminent failure.

To further isolate the failure, che ck for the proper waveforms with the

Correct

check the DC Supplies for proper levels. Make all necessary adjustments and lastly always

The final step is to correct the problem. Be careful of ESD and make sure to

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8 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

42LE550042LE5500 PRODUCTPRODUCT INFORMATIONINFORMATION SECTIONSECTION

PRODUCTPRODUCT INFORMATIONINFORMATION SECTIONSECTION This section of the manual will discuss the specifications

This section of the manual will discuss the specifications of the

42LE5500

LCD Direct View Display

of the manual will discuss the specifications of the 42LE5500 LCD Direct View Display 9 October

9 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

WirelessWireless MediaMedia BoxBox

Wireless Media Box (Sold Separately)

MediaMedia BoxBox Wireless Media Box (Sold Separately) The Wireless Media box communicates to the tel evision

The Wireless Media box communicates to the television via a wireless receiver called a “Dongle”. The Dongle attaches to the Television via two connections:

1. HDMI Cable from the Dongle to the TV to transfer Audio and Video Signals.

2. Wired Remote cable between the TV and Dongle for Control Functions.

Media Box Wired Remote to control the Media Box TV A/V Inputs Wireless Receiver/Transmitter “Dongle”
Media Box
Wired Remote to control the Media Box
TV A/V Inputs
Wireless Receiver/Transmitter
“Dongle”
Attaches via Velcro to
the back of the set
HDMI
Receiver/Transmitter “Dongle” Attaches via Velcro to the back of the set HDMI 10 October 2010 LCD

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WirelessWireless NetworkNetwork AdaptorAdaptor (AN-(AN-WF100)WF100)

Wireless Network Adaptor Sold Separately

Wireless Network Adaptor Sold Separately Using the LG Wireless LAN for Broadband Adaptor, which is

Using the LG Wireless LAN for Broadband Adaptor, which is sold separately, allows the TV to connect to a wireless LAN network. The Wireless Network adaptor attaches to the Television via either of the two USB connections:

Side A/V

Inputs

Allows access to DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance AP (Wireless Router) Wireless Adaptor “Dongle” Cat
Allows access to DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance
AP (Wireless Router)
Wireless Adaptor
“Dongle”
Cat 5 Cable with
RJ 45 Connectors
on each side
Modem
Wireless Adaptor “Dongle” Cat 5 Cable with RJ 45 Connectors on each side Modem 11 October

11 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

BasicBasic SpecificationsSpecifications

Key TV Features

• LED Plus w/Local Dimming

• NetCast™ Entertainment Access* (Wi-Fi® Ready)

• Wireless 1080p Ready*

• DLNA Certified®

TruMotion 120Hz

• Full HD 1080p Resolution

• 5M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio

• Picture Wizard II (Easy Picture Calibration)

• Smart Energy Saving

ENERGY STAR® Qualified

• Smart Energy Saving • ENERGY STAR® Qualified • Intelligent Sensor • AV Mode II (Cinema

• Intelligent Sensor

• AV Mode II (Cinema, Sports, Game)

• Clear Voice II

• ISFccc® Ready

24P Real Cinema

• USB 2.0 (JPEG, MP3, DivX HD)

• DivX® HD

• 4 HDMIV 1 3 w/Dee

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• SIMPLINK™ Connectivity

• Dolby® Digital 5.1 Decoder

• Infinite Sound

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LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 11 ofof 44

LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 11 ofof 44 LED Plus Prepare to be dazzled. Tired of dark scenes

LED Plus

Prepare to be dazzled. Tired of dark scenes or dull colors? LG’s LED Plus technology provides even greater control of brightness through local dimming to deliver amazing clarity and color detail, as well as a more energy efficient TV compared to conventional TVs.

TruMotion 120Hz See sports, video games and high-speed action with virtually no motion blur and in crystal clarity with LG’s TruMotion 120Hz technology. Now your TV can keep up with the fastest moving scenes.

NetCast

Entertainment on tap. NetCast Entertainment Access brings the best Internet services direct to your TV—no computer required. Instantly access movies and TV shows, news and weather and the world’s largest library of HD movies in 1080p.

and TV shows, news and weather and the world’s largest library of HD movies in 1080p.

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LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 22 ofof 44

LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 22 ofof 44 FULL HD RESOLUTION 1080P HD Resolution Pixel s: 1920 (H)

FULL HD RESOLUTION 1080P HD Resolution Pixels: 1920 (H) × 1080 (V) Enjoy twice the picture quality of standard HDTV with almost double the pixel resolution. See sharper details like never before. Just imagine a Blu-ray disc or video game seen on your new LG Full HD 1080p TV.

HDMI (1.3 Deep Color) Digital multi-connectivity HDMI (1.3 Deep color) provides a wider bandwidth (340MHz, 10.2Gbps) than that of HDMI 1.2, delivering a broader range of colors, and also drastically improves the data-transmission speed.

Invisible Speaker Personally tuned by Mr. Mark Levinson for LG TAKE IT TO THE EDGE newly introduces Invisible Speaker

system, guaranteeing first class audio quality personally tuned by Mr. Mark Levinson, world renowned as an audio authority. It provides Full Sweet Spot and realistic sound equal to that of theaters with its Invisible Speaker.

to that of theaters with its Invisible Speaker. ‘ ’ AV Mode "One click" Cinema, T
to that of theaters with its Invisible Speaker. ‘ ’ AV Mode "One click" Cinema, T

AV Mode "One click" Cinema, THX Cinema, Sport, Game mode. TAKE IT TO THE EDGE is a true multimedia TV with an AV Mode which allows you to choose from 4 different modes of Cinema, Sports and Game by a single click of a remote control.

from 4 different modes of Cinema, Sports and Game by a single click of a remote

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LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 33 ofof 44

LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 33 ofof 44 Clear Voice Clearer dialo g ue sound Automatically enhances

Clear Voice Clearer dialogue sound Automatically enhances and amplifies the sound of the human voice frequency range to provide high-quality dialogue when background noise swells.

Save Energy, Save Money It reduces the plasma display’s power consumption. The default factory setting complies with the Energy Star requirements and is adjusted to the comfortable level to be viewed at home. (Turns on Intelligent Sensor).

Save Energy, Save Money Home electronic products use energy when they're off to power features like clock displays and remote controls. Those that have earned the ENERGY STAR use as much as 60% less energy to perform these functions, while providing the same performance at the same price as less-efficient models. Less energy means you pay less on your energy bill. Draws less than 1 Watt in stand by.

Less energy means you pay less on your energy bill. Draws less than 1 Watt in

15 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 44 ofof 44

LogoLogo FamiliarizationFamiliarization PagePage 44 ofof 44 Wireless Ready Wireless 1080p Connectivity lets you cut

Wireless Ready Wireless 1080p Connectivity lets you cut loose from messy wires and still get a stunning Full HD picture. Disclaimer: Wireless media kit required and sold separately.

Picture Wizard Get easy self-calibration with on-screen reference points for key picture quality elements such as black level, color, tint, sharpness and backlight levels. Take the guesswork out of picture adjustments with this simple-to-use feature. It's not actually magic, but it will sure seem that way.

5M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio Worrying about dark scenes is a thing of the past. The mega contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 delivers vivid colors and deep blacks.

Intelligent Sensor The Intelligent sensor will monitor the room lighting environment. When the room lights go out, the TV will automatically adjust the picture for the best viewing enjoyment.

go out, the TV will automatically adjust the picture for the best viewing enjoyment. 16 October

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42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl

p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION

42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION BOTTOM PORTION 17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500
42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION BOTTOM PORTION 17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500
42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION BOTTOM PORTION 17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500
42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION BOTTOM PORTION 17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500
42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION BOTTOM PORTION 17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

BOTTOM PORTION

42LE550042LE5500 RemoteRemote ControlControl p/n AKB72914003 TOP PORTION BOTTOM PORTION 17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

17 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

TVTV RearRear InputInput // OutputOutput JacksJacks

USB1 or USB2 for Software Upgrades, Music, Videos and Photos. Also for the Wireless Network adaptor.

Side In/Out

Rear In/Out Jacks

adap tor. S i d e I n / O u t Rear In/Out Jacks LAN
LAN Wireless Media Box Remote Jack
LAN
Wireless Media Box
Remote Jack
MAIN BOARD Rear and Side Input/Output locations
MAIN BOARD
Rear and Side
Input/Output locations
Jack MAIN BOARD Rear and Side Input/Output locations USB 2 USB 1 Component or Composite Video/Audio
USB 2
USB 2

USB 1

Component or Composite Video/Audio 3
Component or
Composite
Video/Audio 3
Head Phones
Head
Phones

HDMI 4

18 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

SoftwareSoftware UpdatesUpdates (New(New andand ChangedChanged Functions)Functions)

A wireless Internet Connection will work for Automatic Software Downloads, however if there are problems completing download, a Wired Internet Connection is preferred.

download, a Wired Internet Connection is preferred. For network setup assistance, press the green button for

For network setup assistance, press the green button for the Simple Manual.

assistance, press the green button for the Simple Manual. Scroll down to item 9 Network Connections
assistance, press the green button for the Simple Manual. Scroll down to item 9 Network Connections

Scroll down to item 9 Network Connections

the Simple Manual. Scroll down to item 9 Network Connections Bring up the Customer’s Menu then
the Simple Manual. Scroll down to item 9 Network Connections Bring up the Customer’s Menu then
the Simple Manual. Scroll down to item 9 Network Connections Bring up the Customer’s Menu then

Bring up the Customer’s Menu then Press the Red button on Remote.

With Software Update Highlighted, Press Select on Remote.

Continue on next page

Remote. With Software Update Highlighted, Press Select on Remote. Continue on next page 19 October 2010

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SoftwareSoftware UpdatesUpdates (New(New andand ChangedChanged Functions)Functions) ContinuedContinued

Automatic Internet Software Update Off : Automatic Software update does not work - - On
Automatic Internet Software Update
Off : Automatic Software update does not work
-
- On : if new Software released, Software
download notice appears at turn on with two
choices, Yes and Remind Me Later.
Check Update version
- comparison current software version and
Released software version
Additional TV Checks can be made by
Scrolling down.
Picture, Sound and Network Test
After completion of the test, a Pop up menu is
displayed with preloaded back ground picture.
Select NO if everything is OK.
If you select Yes;
Service call number, Model name,
SW version and serial No. is displayed.
Note: Confirm the “Suffix” of the model
number.
If the Main board is replaced, the Model
and Serial number must be reinserted
into memory. See Model Number D/L.
the Model and Serial number must be reinserted into memory. See Model Number D/L. 20 October

20 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

USBUSB AutomaticAutomatic SoftwareSoftware DownloadDownload InstructionsInstructions

1) Create an LG_DTV folder on the USB Flash Drive

1) Create an LG_DTV folder on the USB Flash Drive 2) Copy new software (xxx.epk) to

2) Copy new software (xxx.epk) to "LG_DTV" folder. Make sure to have correct software file. 3) With TV turned on, insert USB flash drive. 4) You can see the message “TV Software Upgrade” (See figure to right) 5) Cursor left and highlight "START" Button and push “Enter” button using the remote control. 6) You can see the download progress Bar. 7) Do not unplug until unit has automatically restarted. 8) When download is completed, you will see “COMPLETE” . 9) Your TV will be restarted automatically.

COMPLETE ” . 9) Your TV will be restarted automatically. Currently Installed Version Software Version found
COMPLETE ” . 9) Your TV will be restarted automatically. Currently Installed Version Software Version found

Currently

Installed

Version

Software Version found on the USB Flash Drive

File found on the USB Flash Drive

* CAUTION:

Do not remove AC power or the USB Flash Drive. Do not turn off Power, during the upgrade process.

Software Files are now available from LGTechassist.com

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ManualManual SoftwareSoftware Download:Download:

Prepare the Jump Drive as described in the “USB Automatic Download” section and insert it into either of the USB ports. Bring up the Customer’s Menu and scroll to “OPTIONS”. Press the “FAV” key 7 times to bring up the Manual Download Screen.

Highlight the Software update file and press “SELECT” to begin the download process.

Example of files found On the Jump Drive

download process. Example of files found On the Jump Drive WARNING: Use extreme Caution when using

WARNING:

Use extreme Caution when using the Manual “Forced” Download Menu. Any file can be downloaded when selected and may cause the Main board to become inoperative if the incorrect file was selected.

and may cause the Main board to become inoperative if the incorrect file was selected. 22

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AccessingAccessing thethe ServiceService MenuMenu

AccessingAccessing thethe ServiceService MenuMenu 105-201M To access the Service Menu. 1) You must have either Service

105-201M

To access the Service Menu.

1)

You must have either Service Remote.

2)

p/n 105-201M or p/n MKJ39170828 Press “In-Start”

3)

A Password screen appears.

4)

Enter the Password.

Note: A Password is required to enter the Service Menu. Enter; 0000 Note: If 0000
Note: A Password is required to enter the
Service Menu. Enter; 0000
Note: If 0000 does not work use 0413.
enter the Service Menu. Enter; 0000 Note: If 0000 does not work use 0413. MKJ39170828 23

MKJ39170828

enter the Service Menu. Enter; 0000 Note: If 0000 does not work use 0413. MKJ39170828 23

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42LE550042LE5500 ServiceService MenuMenu FirstFirst PagePage

Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote And pressing “In-Start” enter password 0413. (May also be 0000).

Country Group IN SART Model Name: 42LE5500-UA Adjust Check 1. Adjust Check 1. Country Group
Country
Group
IN SART
Model Name: 42LE5500-UA
Adjust Check
1. Adjust Check
1.
Country Group (Press OK to Save)
SW Version
Serial Number: 912KCLH1P752
ADC Data
02
S/W Version:
: 08.00.11.01
Power Off Status
US
MICOM Version
BOOT Version
FRC Version
IR LED Version
EDID Version (RGB)
: 3.06.6
4. System 1
US
: 1.02.20
5. System 2
: f0.f0
6. Model Number D/L
24832
: c8
7. Test Option
30291
: 0.01
8. External ADC
Country Group Code
Country Group
Country
2. Tool Option
Tool Option 1
Tool Option 2
Tool Option 3
56364
EDID Version (HDMI)
Chip Type
Wireless Host Ver.
Wireless B/B/ Ver.
: 0.02
9. Spread Spectrum
4525
: BCM 3549
10. Sync Level
Tool Option 4
Tool Option 5
1802
: 0.00.0
11. Wireless Ready
3. Adjust White Balance:
OK(8)
: 0.00.0
12. Stable Count
4. Adjust ADC:
OK
Vi-Fi Version
:1.0
13. ODC Test
OK
Vi-Fi Channel
:
1
14. Local Dimming
Wi-Fi MAC
4809 Component
1080p Component
RGB
OK
OK
MAC Address
: 00:E0:91:D1:0B:E1
: 00:E0:91:C6:A0:1B
Audio Mode
5.
EDID(AC3):
OK
ESN Num. : LGE-LE4200XXXX000A0C9037
RGB
OK (0x1D)
Local Dimming Ver.
Debug Status
:0x0703
HDMI1
OK (0x4,0x5A)
:RELEASE
HDMI2
OK (0x4,0x4A)
HDMI3
OK (0x4,0x3A)
UTT : 37
Unit Total Time
HDMI4
OK (0x4,0x2A)
APP History Ver.:49324
PQL DB:LGD_EF_LGT10_ALLxN42
Unit Total Time HDMI4 OK (0x4,0x2A) APP History Ver.:49324 PQL DB:LGD_EF_LGT10_ALLxN42 24 October 2010 42LE5500 LCD-DV

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42LE550042LE5500 ModelModel NumberNumber DownloadDownload ScreenScreen

Bring up the Service Menu using the Service Remote. Scroll down to item 6. Model Number D/L to highlight. Press “Select” or “Cursor Right”.

Change the Model and Serial Number to match. To Change the Model Number Use the cursor right or left to select the area to change. Use the cursor up or down to change. Cursor right until there is no text cursor blinking. Scroll down to highlight “Serial Number” and change.

1. Adjust Check

2. ADC Data

3. Power Off Status

4. System 1

5. System 2

6. Model Number D/L

7. Test Option

8. External ADC

9. Spread Spectrum

10. Sync Level

11. Wireless Ready

12. Stable Count

13. ODC Test

14. Local Dimming

Model Number D/L

0. Model Name 1. Serial Num.

42LE5500-UA

912KCLH1P752

Press OK to Save

D/L 0. Model Name 1. Serial Num. 42LE5500-UA 912KCLH1P752 Press OK to Save 25 October 2010

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42LE550042LE5500 UTTUTT ResetReset (IN(IN START)START) ScreenScreen

IN SART Model Name: 42LE5500-UA

Serial Number: 912KCLH1P752

S/W Version:

: 08.00.11.01

MICOM Version

: 3.06.6

BOOT Version

: 1.02.20

FRC Version

: f0.f0

IR LED Version

: c8

EDID Version (RGB)

: 0.01

EDID Version (HDMI)

: 0.02

Chip Type

: BCM 3549

Wireless Host Ver.

: 0.00.0

Wireless B/B/ Ver.

: 0.00.0

Vi-Fi Version

:1.0

Vi-Fi Channel

:

1

Wi-Fi MAC

: 00:E0:91:D1:0B:E1

MAC Address

: 00:E0:91:C6:A0:1B

ESN Num. : LGE-LE4200XXXX000A0C9037

Local Dimming Ver.

:0x0703

Debug Status

:RELEASE

UTT : 37

Unit Total Time
Unit Total Time

APP History Ver.:49324 PQL DB:LGD_EF_LGT10_ALLxN42

SYSTEM 1

1. Adjust Check

0. Baudrate

9600

2. ADC Data

1. 2 Hours Off (On Timer)

On

3. Power Off Status

2. 2 Hours Off (Screen Mute)

Off

4. System 1

4. System 1 3. 15Min Force Off On

3. 15Min Force Off

On

5. System 2

4. Audio EQ

On

6. Model Number D/L

5. Audio Bass EQ

On

7. Test Option

6. A2 Threshold

11

8. External ADC

7. HDMI Sound(Port1)

HDMI Port1

9. Spread Spectrum

8. Lip Sync Adjust(ATV)

0

10. Sync Level

9. Dimming

On

11. Wireless Ready

10. Tuner Option

Enhanced Ghost

12. Stable Count

11. Atten RF Signal

Off

13. ODC Test

12. UTT Reset

Reset

14. Local Dimming

13. Channel Mute

Changes

On

14. Debug Status

to Doing

RELEASE

15. NVRAM Type

EEPROM

16. HDEV

Off

17. Blue back

On

18. China Cable SO

On

19. Booster On (VHF)

0

20. Booster Off (VHF)

0

21. Booster On (UHF)

0

22. Booster Off (UHF)

0

21. Booster On (UHF) 0 22. Booster Off (UHF) 0 Scroll to (System 1) then Right

Scroll to

(System 1)

then

Right Cursor

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Scroll to (UTT Reset) Press (Select) Reset changes to Doing then back to Reset

October 2010

After Reset (Doing) has completed, Reset returns. After Exit the UTT Timer is

“0”

42LE5500 LCD-DV

ServiceService Menu:Menu: DownloadingDownloading EDIDEDID DataData PgPg 11 ofof 22

1) Press “ADJ” key.

EDIDEDID DataData PgPg 11 ofof 22 1) Press “ADJ” key. 2) Select menu, Either “PCM EDID
EDIDEDID DataData PgPg 11 ofof 22 1) Press “ADJ” key. 2) Select menu, Either “PCM EDID

2) Select menu, Either “PCM EDID D/L” or AC3 EDID D/L

22 1) Press “ADJ” key. 2) Select menu, Either “PCM EDID D/L” or AC3 EDID D/L
22 1) Press “ADJ” key. 2) Select menu, Either “PCM EDID D/L” or AC3 EDID D/L

27 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

ServiceService Menu:Menu: DownloadingDownloading EDIDEDID DataData PgPg 22 ofof 22

3) Highlight “Start” then Press “Select” ke y.

When PCM EDID D/L was selected

4) When Writing appears

Downloadin

in

ro ress

p

g

g

5) Downloading Complete

appears Downloadin in ro ress p g g 5) Downloading Complete When AC3 EDID D/L was

When AC3 EDID D/L was selected

p g g 5) Downloading Complete When AC3 EDID D/L was selected Note: When PCM is

Note: When PCM is downloaded, AC3 will be N/G and when AC3 is downloaded PCM will be N/G. This means that when PCM is OK, PCM audio is priority and when AC3 is OK, AC3 audio is priority.

wh en PCM is OK, PCM audio i s pr iority and wh en AC3 is

28 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

AccessingAccessing thethe HostHost DiagnosticDiagnostic ScreenScreen (Page(Page 11 ofof 2)2)

Use the Host Diagnostic screen to investigate the signal quality of a problem channel.

1) Place Television on the digital channel that may be showing problems.

2) Bring up the Customer’s Menu and highlight “Options”.

Bring up the Customer’s Menu and highlight “Options”. 3) The Option Menu appears. 4) Cursor Left

3) The Option Menu appears.

and highlight “Options”. 3) The Option Menu appears. 4) Cursor Left to only highlight the briefcase
and highlight “Options”. 3) The Option Menu appears. 4) Cursor Left to only highlight the briefcase

4) Cursor Left to only highlight the briefcase on the left.

4) Cursor Left to only highlight the briefcase on the left. 5) Press the (1) Key

5) Press the (1) Key 5 to 8 times.

briefcase on the left. 5) Press the (1) Key 5 to 8 times. See next page

See next page for more details.

29 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

UnderstandingUnderstanding thethe HostHost DiagnosticDiagnostic ScreenScreen (Page(Page 22 ofof 2)2)

Host Diagnostics Channel Selected Host Information Channel Info : Digital 19-2 Blocked or not Blocked
Host Diagnostics
Channel Selected
Host Information
Channel Info : Digital 19-2
Blocked or not Blocked
Model Name : 42LE5500-UA (Liquid Crystal Display)
Parental Control : Channel is not blocked
Memory
DVI/HDMI Status
FLASH : 524288 KB
Can’t display this information now
DRAM : 524288 KB
NVM : 128 KB
Wireless Host Ver:0.00.0
Wireless B/B Ver:0.00.0
RF Region Config : Not Configured
Host Release Version
Firmware Version(MP) : 8.00.11.01(51822)
Software Version
Micom Version : 3.06.5
Compile Date & Time : 20101112 & 15:17:49
Compile User : kyuhae.lee
Channel Frequency
FAT Status (Main)
Center Frequency : 663.00 MHz
PCR lock : Locked
Program Clock Reference (Locked or No)
Media Box Type : Not Configured
RF Frequency (Value):Auto (N.A.)
Uplink RF Power gain (Value):Auto
(Min 0)
Downlink RF Power gain (Value):Auto
Link Mode : Unicast
RX MAC Address : ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
TX MAC Address : ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
Wireless connection
status:Disconnected
Modulation mode : QAM 256
Channel Type (8VSB, QAM 64, Average 256) SNR [db]:0.0(0)
Carrier lock status : Locked
Channel (Locked or No)
SNR : 40 dB
Channel Signal to Noise Ratio
8VSB (Above 20 is good)
QAM 64 (Above 24 is good)
QAM 256 (Above 30 is good)
Signal level : 100%
Channel Signal Level (Above 80% good)
Current Channel (Main)
Half Page
CH
Move Page
Exit
Signal Level (Above 80% good) Current Channel (Main) Half Page CH Move Page Exit 30 October

30

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42LE5500 LCD-DV

42LE550042LE5500 ProductProduct DimensionsDimensions

Wattage Local Dimming TBD Full White TBD Stand By 0.1W There must be at least
Wattage
Local Dimming TBD
Full White TBD
Stand By 0.1W
There must be at least 4 inches of Clearance on all sides
40"
1016mm
17.5/16"
5.9/16"
440mm
7.7/8"
142mm
200mm
Model No.
7.7/8"
24.13/16"
Serial No.
200mm
629.92mm
Label
Center
27.3/16"
690.88mm
12.3/8"
11.5/16"
314.96mm
288mm
Remove 4 screws to
remove stand for
wall mount
2.3/8" (60.96mm)
20.7/16"
Weight w/o Stand 36.8 lbs
Weight with Stand 43 lbs
510mm
Weight w/o Stand 36.8 lbs Weight with Stand 43 lbs 510mm 31 October 2010 1.3/16" 30.48mm

31

October 2010

1.3/16"

30.48mm

10.5/8" 269.24mm 42LE5500 LCD-DV
10.5/8"
269.24mm
42LE5500
LCD-DV

DISASSEMBLYDISASSEMBLY SECTIONSECTION

Disassembly:

This section of the manual will discuss Disassembly, Layout (Circuit Board Identification) of the 42LE5500 LCD Direct View Television.

Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of the disassembly procedures, the layout of the printed circuit boards and be able to identify each board.

procedures, the layout of the printed circuit boards and be able to identify each board. 32

32 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

RemovingRemoving thethe BackBack CoverCover

Remove the 28 screws indicated. Pay attention to the size and type of screw as
Remove the 28 screws indicated.
Pay attention to the size and type of screw
as there are many different types.
Putting in an improper screw when
reassembling may Cause damage.
The AC Cord
Does Not unplug
Remove plastic
cover.
The Stand Bracket has a
plastic cover “Not Shown”
that must be removed to
expose the screws.
The Stand has to be removed before removing the back.
The Stand has to be removed before removing the back.

33 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

be removed to expose the screws. The Stand has to be removed before removing the back.

CircuitCircuit BoardBoard LayoutLayout

Clips hold the front glass in place, use caution. Add screws while servicing.
Clips hold the front glass in place, use caution. Add screws while servicing.
W arn ng: i Th e F rame h as To LEDs very sharp edges
W
arn ng:
i
Th
e
F
rame
h
as
To LEDs
very sharp edges
Power Supply
(SMPS)
Main Board
LVDS Cables
Panel Connection
Points
IR/LED
S
o
ft T
ouc
h
Invisible
Speaker Right
Keyboard
LG L ogo
Board
Invisible
Speaker Left
Board
h Invisible Speaker Right Keyboard LG L ogo Board Invisible Speaker Left Board 34 October 2010

34 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

42LE550042LE5500 ConnectorConnector IdentificationIdentification DiagramDiagram

TFT PANEL p/n: EAJ60871201 If the Panel is replaced, reset the UTTTime. Service Menu, System
TFT PANEL
p/n: EAJ60871201
If the Panel is replaced, reset the UTTTime.
Service Menu, System 1 Item 12
To LEDs
White Plug
P204
Black Plug
P205
P201
POWER
SUPPLY
P7501
P7500
P8000
p/n: EAY60803101
p/n: EAY60803201
n/c
MAIN
BOARD
n/c
p/n: EBU60904603
p/n: EBR66101301
p/n: EBU60904602
P8800
P8200
SK101
AC In
To
TFT
J2
Panel
J1
J3
IR
Speaker (Front Right)
LED
Soft Touch Keys
Speaker (Front Left)
p/n: EAB60961501
p/n: EAV60793302
p/n: EAB60961501
p/n: EBR64966201
p/n: EBR64966801
35 October 2010
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LCD-DV

PowerPower SupplySupply BoardBoard RemovalRemoval

Board is

careful not to flex.

Thin , be

Board is “ careful not to flex. ” Thin , be Disconnect P201, P204, P205 and

Disconnect P201, P204, P205 and AC In SK101.

Thin , be Disconnect P201, P204, P205 and AC In SK101. Remove the 6 screws indicated

Remove the 6 screws indicated by the arrows.

AC In SK101
AC In
SK101
p/n EAY60803101
p/n EAY60803101

P201

by the arrows. AC In SK101 p/n EAY60803101 P 2 0 1 SK101 fits very snug
by the arrows. AC In SK101 p/n EAY60803101 P 2 0 1 SK101 fits very snug
by the arrows. AC In SK101 p/n EAY60803101 P 2 0 1 SK101 fits very snug
by the arrows. AC In SK101 p/n EAY60803101 P 2 0 1 SK101 fits very snug
by the arrows. AC In SK101 p/n EAY60803101 P 2 0 1 SK101 fits very snug

SK101 fits very snug into it’s connector.

Press in

gently on

the two

tabs

to release

lock

connector. Press in gently on the two tabs to release lock Press in on the two
connector. Press in gently on the two tabs to release lock Press in on the two

Press in on the two tabs to release lock

Press in gently on the two tabs to release lock Press in on the two tabs
Press in gently on the two tabs to release lock Press in on the two tabs
Press in gently on the two tabs to release lock Press in on the two tabs
Press in gently on the two tabs to release lock Press in on the two tabs

36 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

RemovingRemoving thethe MainMain BoardBoard

Flip the locking tab upward, pull the LVDS ribbon out.

p/n EBU60904603 Disconnect P7500, P7501, P8000, P8200 and P8800 P7501 P7500 P8000 Remove any tape
p/n EBU60904603
Disconnect P7500, P7501,
P8000, P8200 and P8800
P7501
P7500
P8000
Remove any tape holding
down any cables.
Remove the 7 screws
indicated by the arrows.
Press in on the
side release
tabs to remove.
N/C
Decorative
N/C
Metal Plate
Remove decorative
plastic and remove the
board.
After removing the Main, there
are tabs sticking through the
Main board holding the Metal
plate in place.
NOTE: Always check on
top and behind the Large
ICs. And look for a piece
of Chocolate
(Heat Transfer Material).
Be sure to transfer to
new Board if present.
P8800 P8200
(Heat Transfer Material). Be sure to transfer to new Board if present. P8800 P8200 37 October

37 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

RemovingRemoving FrontFront IRIR BoardBoard

Disconnect J1, J2 and J3 connectors.
Disconnect J1, J2 and J3 connectors.
Press upward on the two tabs at the top. Tilt the board downward. Lift straight
Press upward on the two tabs at the top. Tilt the board downward.
Lift straight up To Clear the Tabs at the bottom.
Tab
Tab
J3
IR board / Intelligent Sensor
J1
Tab
Tab
bottom. Tab Tab J3 IR board / Intelligent Sensor J1 Tab Tab / EBR64966201 p n
bottom. Tab Tab J3 IR board / Intelligent Sensor J1 Tab Tab / EBR64966201 p n

/

EBR64966201

p n

38 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

TROUBLESHOOTINGTROUBLESHOOTING SECTIONSECTION

Troubleshooting:

This section of the manual will discuss troubleshooting.

Upon completion of this section the Technician will have a better understanding of how to diagnosis and resolve problems.

i c i an w ill h ave a better understanding of how to diagnosis and

39 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

POWERPOWER SUPPLYSUPPLY SECTIONSECTION

This switch mode power supply develops Stand By 3.5V at all times when AC is applied. At power on, it develops 12V and 20V for the Main board. It develops 120V for the LED Backlights.

the Main board. It develops 120V for the LED Backlights. This power supply draws less than

This power supply draws less than 1 watt during stand by mode. The fuse F101 and F103 reads 7.6V (from hot ground) during this time.

When the controller chip receives the PWR-ON command 3.36V via P201 Pin 1, the primary section increases its current supplying ability. Both Primary fuses F101 and F103 now read a little more than 395V. T102 delivers AC to D206 which develops the 120V for the LED backlights.

P201 Connector: (To Main Board) 12V (11.43V) is routed out P201 pins 17, 19 and 21 and 20V (21.27V) is routed out P201 pins 2, 3 and 4.

P204 Connector: (To Panel LEDs) 120V is routed out P204 pins 1 and 12.

P205 Connector: (To Panel LEDs) 120V is routed out P205 pins 1 and 12.

1 and 12. P205 Connector: (To Panel LEDs) 120V is routed out P205 pins 1 and

40 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

PowerPower SupplySupply (SMPS)(SMPS) BoardBoard LayoutLayout

p/n EAY60803101
p/n EAY60803101
(SMPS)(SMPS) BoardBoard LayoutLayout p/n EAY60803101 F101 3.15A/250V F103 1A/250V STBY 7.6V Run 396V From
F101 3.15A/250V F103 1A/250V STBY 7.6V Run 396V From Hot Gnd F100 5A/250V F102 1A/250V
F101
3.15A/250V
F103
1A/250V
STBY 7.6V
Run 396V
From Hot Gnd
F100
5A/250V
F102
1A/250V
AC Protect
Hot Ground
Shock
Hazard
396V From Hot Gnd F100 5A/250V F102 1A/250V AC Protect Hot Ground Shock Hazard 41 October

41 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

42LE550042LE5500 PowerPower SupplySupply StartStart UpUp SequenceSequence AC In Primary side fuses: POWERPOWER
42LE550042LE5500 PowerPower SupplySupply StartStart UpUp SequenceSequence
AC In
Primary side fuses:
POWERPOWER SUPPLYSUPPLY (SMPS)(SMPS)
P204
120V
Stand-By 7.6V Run 396V (Hot Gnd)
1
6
LCD PANEL
T102
Relays
Bridge
5
D206
8
To Panel Backlights
On Board
Local and
No AC
120Hz
T510 &
Global Dimming
Det in
Inverter On
Starts the Inverters
Inverter
Rectifier
P205
this
Manipulates Backlight
LEDs
8
120V
5
model
12V/20V
6
Stand By
Low = Bright
Regulators
3.5V Reg
8
9
9
9
Local and
P201
Global Dimming
Stand By
12V
20V
Local Dimming (SIN)
3.5V
V-SYNC
3
At point
TV is in
P-DIM1 (PWM-DIM)
Pulse Width Dimming
Global Dimming
Stand-By state.
Energy Star compliant.
0 .1 Watts
Inv
Manipulated by:
RL_ON
On
P-DIM
SIN
Cust Menu for Backlight
and
2
5
6
6
8
9
Globar
9
MOSI, CLK
Dimming
12 Blocks
Picture Content
Manipulate P-DIM
P8000
Note 1:
Right Side
9~12
1
17
2~4
18
22
23
16
7
12V TURNS ON:
Panel
19
IC9301
IC9302
Driver Board
21
3.5V_ST
Dimming
1.8V_L/
MAIN
IC8801
Dimming
IC
Audio Amp
Left Side
BOARD
2
See
Q8004
IC9103
Panel
Note 1:
Driver Board
12V
Panel
DC to
5
VCC
7
IC8000 5V_USB
IC8003 5V_Normal
IC8005 3.3V_Normal
IC8903 +3.3V_MEMC
IC8902 +1.26V_MEMC
MEMC=
Motion Estimated Motion Compensated
For Video Processor
DC
Other Regs
12V
IC9102
VCC 3.3V, VDD 16V,
VGL -5V, VGH 26V,
HVDD 7.8V
7
8
7
3.3V,
5
5
HVDD
16V, -5V,
9
Power
RL_ON
INV_CTL
7.8V
26V,
After Mute Released
On
P7500
LVDS Video
Video
Reset
9
Model 1_Opt1 Panel Control
7
Processor
Generator
And Tru-Motion LVDS Video
IC900
P7501
C8108
Microprocessor IC8101
Key 1 or IR
P8200
R8184
4
4
Ft IRKey
Soft Touch Key
Remote or Power Button Key
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LCD-DV
Power On
RL_On
Inverter On
P-DIM
42LE550042LE5500 TelevisionTelevision TurnTurn OnOn CommandsCommands CircuitCircuit DrawingDrawing R8003 22KΩ +12V 7
42LE550042LE5500 TelevisionTelevision TurnTurn OnOn CommandsCommands CircuitCircuit DrawingDrawing
R8003 22KΩ
+12V
7
4
Q8004
R8010 10KΩ
L8000
To IC9103 DC to DC
Conv T-CON
Panel_Vcc (12V)
D
S
R8001
Q8003
Q8001
11.79V
11.8V
R8011 1.8K
47K
G
1.8V
0V
6
0.68V
R8103
L8015
L8013
11.8V
+3.3V_Normal
7
2
+12V
100Ω
SMPS
MAIN Board
6
IC8005
3.36V
3.36V
Power
P201
P8000
8
6
20
On/Off 2_2
R8060
1 3.36V
R8176
3
PWR
1
PWR-ON
IC8101
10KΩ
22K
2 21.27V
Power_On/Off2_2
2
+20V
Micro
3 21.27V
20V
3
L8005
C8024
21.27V
4 21.27V
4
68uF
IR
16
4
4
5 Gnd
5
Q8002
Q8000
3
2
0.66V
6 Gnd
3.3V
0V
0V
6
RL_ON
36
RL_ON
7 Gnd
7
R8004
R8000
R8187
8 Gnd
7
4.7K
10K
8
22Ω
9 3.5V
1
9
Model_Opt_1
11
1
1
R8178
10 3.5V
10
L8003
3.36V
R8135
SBY3.5V
22Ω
11 3.5V
11
+3.5V_ST
+3.5V_ST
Reset
40
Reset
22Ω
5
12 3.5V
R8184
12
C8000
13 Gnd
47K
C8108
Power Det 14
13
IC8007
100uF
0.1uF
14 Gnd
4
14
R8026
IC8008
C8001 100uF
Gnd
15
15
+12V
1K
9
Key 1
25
0.02V
+3.3V_Normal
VSYNC
16
16
2
L8002
11.9V
3.1V
Key 2
26
8
11.43V
17
17
Q8005
8
3.28V
INV_CTL
18
18
INV_On
11.43V
10
INV_CTL
12V
19
19
R8019
0V
8
0.09V
R8032
R8134
100Ω
SCLK
20
20
4
11.43V
10K
22Ω
21
21
R8027 0Ω
R1041 0Ω
0.38V~3.3V
PWM-DIM
22
22
PWM-DIM
R25
GPIO 09
3.3V
9
P-DIM: Digital
SIN
23
23
R8078
IC900
Gnd (Not Used)
9
Dimming (Variable)
ERR OUT
24
24
0Ω
BCM
R9350
3.64V
VSYNC
VSYNC / R_VS
22Ω
PWM-DIM (PWM Dimming) can vary according to
incoming video IRE level, OSD Backlight setting
and Intelligent Sensor (room light condition).
p/p
9
U5
IC9301
R_VS
R8077 0Ω
R9346 22Ω
3.76V p/p
Dimming
SCLK
M2_SCLK
R6
M2_SCLK
Range 0.37V to 3.3V.
SIN
T6
M2_MOSI
(Data) 3.25V p/p Data
M2_MOSI
9
R9347 22Ω
R8076 0Ω
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LCD-DV

PowerPower SupplySupply BoardBoard LowLow VoltageVoltage TestTest 11

AC Should not be applied at any time while adding jumpers or

While un lu may occur.

in

g

connectors as dama e to the circuit Board

g

p

gg

a) When AC is applied, the SMPS “MUST” be producing STBY 3.5V on pins 9, 10, 11 or 12 of P201.

If 3.5V Standby is not being generated, the SMPS is defective and must be replaced. There is no need to continue with the next test. But, make sure AC is arriving at the connector SK101.

But, make sure AC is arrivi ng at the connector SK101. (b) Unplug P8000 on the

(b) Unplug P8000 on the Main Board to make insertion of the Jumpers easier. Use P700 Side to insert resistors

Pin 1 is the Brown Wire
Pin 1 is the
Brown Wire

TEST 1:

(1) Add a jumper between (3.5V STBY) pin 7, 8, 9 or 10 and Pin 1 (PWR_ON). Apply AC. This will turn on the power supply, relays will click. a) Check that the 20V (21.3V) and 12V (11.43V) power supplies are turned on,

• P201 (12V pins 17, 19 and 21)

• P201 (20V pins 2, 3 and 4)

P204 and P205 (120V pins 1 and 12) to the Panel. (Or check D206 + lead) (2) Remove AC power

No Backlights during this test
No Backlights during this test

q test. (You’ll have to look from the back of the panel to see if the block turns on because the Panel is off.

You can however

round each individual driver and turn on each block one at a time for a

uick backli ht block

g

, g

individual driver and turn on each block one at a time for a uick backli ht

44 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

PowerPower SupplySupply BoardBoard BacklightsBacklights TestTest 22

Continue if the 1 st test was OK. Leave original jumper in place.

(3) Add another jumper between (STBY_3.5V) pin 9, 10, 11 or 12 and Pin 18 (INV_On).

(4) Apply AC Power. Simulating a Power and Backlight On command.

Backlights Normal:

a) If normal, the backlights should turn on. SMPS OK, Inverter OK.

Backlights Abnormal:

ou ld t urn on. SMPS OK, Inverter OK. Backlights Abnormal: Pin 1 is the Brown
Pin 1 is the Brown Wire
Pin 1 is the
Brown Wire

a) Recheck all connections .

b) Confirm the DRV_ON line pulling up to at least 3V.

c) Check the connections to the Panel.

If the DRV_On command is pulling up to 3V and the 120V is being generated from D206 + leg, see the Inverter Section of the Power Supply for additional checks. Note: If either P204 or P205 is disconnected, the backlights will come on, The Error line will go high, then the backlights shut off in 4~6 seconds.

REMOVE AC POWER:

Error line will go high, then the backlights shut off in 4~6 seconds. REMOVE AC POWER:

45 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

42LE550042LE5500 22 SidedSided EdgeEdge LitLit PanelPanel (V5)(V5)

Front Side Panel View

Connector Input from SMPS Inverter Connector Connector TWO SIDED EDGE 2010 LED Block 228 Total
Connector
Input from SMPS
Inverter
Connector
Connector
TWO SIDED EDGE 2010
LED
Block
228 Total LEDs
4 Boards (Strips)
57 LEDs per/board
Control
120V
Signals
(Drive)
Each Connector has
(3) Block driver pins
and (1) 120V Input pin
12 Total Blocks
(6 on Top, 6 on Bottom)
3 Blocks per/board
19 LEDs per/block
Connector
One LED can be tested with a Diode Check using a
DVM. Forward biased, the LED should light.
Connector
Connector 4 pin
ONE STRIP (Board)
should light. Connector Connector 4 pin ONE STRIP (Board) 1 Block 1 Block 1 Block P204

1 Block

1 Block

1 Block

P204 or P205 LED Drive Signal 50 IRE Global 120V And Driver Local On Dimming
P204 or P205
LED Drive Signal 50 IRE
Global
120V
And
Driver
Local
On
Dimming
SMPS
1 Block
Control
6.32V drop per/LED
32V p/p
10mSec
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LCD-DV

42LE550042LE5500 InverterInverter PartPart ofof thethe SMPSSMPS

Gnd

1V (100 IRE) 30V (0 IRE)

B INVERTER Section of the SMPS E C B E C B E C B
B
INVERTER
Section of the
SMPS
E
C
B
E
C
B
E
C
B
E
C
B
E
C
B
E
C
B
E
C
B
E
C
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
Gnd
E
C

Pin 16 P201

B E C B C E B C E B C E B Gnd E C
3.64V p/p V-Sync Signal
3.64V p/p
V-Sync Signal

Pin 20 P201

3.76V p/p SCLK Signal
3.76V p/p
SCLK Signal
3.64V p/p V-Sync Signal Pin 20 P201 3.76V p/p SCLK Signal Inverter Top Left Connector  

Inverter Top Left Connector

20 P201 3.76V p/p SCLK Signal Inverter Top Left Connector   1 VDD-33 3.5V 2 VLED-RANGE
20 P201 3.76V p/p SCLK Signal Inverter Top Left Connector   1 VDD-33 3.5V 2 VLED-RANGE
 

1

VDD-33

3.5V

2

VLED-RANGE

0V

3

Gnd

Gnd

Pin 17-19-21 P201

4

+12VS

12.44V

5

Gnd

Gnd

 

Pin 9-12 P201

6

+3.5VS

3.57V

 

Inverter Center Left Connector

 

Pin 18 P201

1

INV_ON

3.28V

 

2

Gnd

Gnd

3

Gnd

Gnd

 

Pin 20 P201

4

SCLK

0.09V

 

5

FB_STR_VF

1V

 

Pin 22 P201

6

P-DM1

1.9V

 

Inverter Bottom Left Connector

 

Pin 24 P201 Pin 23 P201 Pin 1 P201 Pin 16 P201

1

Error

0V

2

(L-DIM) SIN

3.3V

3

POWER_ON

3.35V

4

VSYNC_IN

0V

 

5

Gnd

Gnd

6

Gnd

Gnd

100uSec 100uSec
100uSec
100uSec

P204

5 Gnd Gnd 6 Gnd Gnd 100uSec 100uSec P204 P205 120V n/c *1V~30V LED Drive n/c

P205

120V

n/c

*1V~30V LED Drive

n/c

*1V~30V LED Drive

n/c

120V

120V n/c *1V~30V LED Drive n/c *1V~30V LED Drive n/c 120V 120V n/c *1V~30V LED Drive

120V

n/c

*1V~30V LED Drive

n/c

*1V~30V LED Drive

n/c

120V

*White 100 IRE to Black 0 IRE

These drivers ground the LED blocks. (12 Total). If the 120V is present on Pins 1 and 12 of P204 and P205 you can ground these test points to turn on a block.

LED Drive Signal 50 IRE

32V p/p 10mSec
32V p/p
10mSec

Pin 23 P201

3.25V p/pa block. LED Drive Signal 50 IRE 32V p/p 10mSec Pin 23 P201 Local Dimming On

Local Dimming On L-DIM (SIN)

Pin 23 P201

3.25V p/p23 P201 3.25V p/p Local Dimming On L-DIM (SIN) Pin 23 P201 Local Dimming Off L-DIM

Local Dimming Off L-DIM (SIN)

p/p Local Dimming On L-DIM (SIN) Pin 23 P201 3.25V p/p Local Dimming Off L-DIM (SIN)

47

October 2010

42LE5500

LCD-DV

PowerPower SupplySupply ConnectorConnector P201P201 VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

P201 Connector “SMPS” to “Main” P8000

       

Diode

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Check

24

ERROR

Gnd

Gnd

*1.45V

23

L-DIM (SIN)

0V

3.3V

Open

22

PDIM1

0V

0.38V~3.3V

Open

21

12V

0V

11.43V

0.178V

20

SCLK

0V

0.09V

Open

19

12V

0V

11.43V

0.178V

18

DRV_ON

0V

3.28V

Open

(INV-ON)

17

12V

0V

11.43V

0.178V

16

V_SYNC

0V

0.02V

Open

13-15

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

9-12

3.5V

3.57V

3.5V

Open

5-8

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

2-4

20V

0V

21.27V

1.10V

1

PWR-ON

0V

3.36V

1.02V

*Pin 24 is grounded on the Main Board

Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed

Board Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed P201 Label P201 Connector Odd pins are
P201 Label
P201 Label
Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed P201 Label P201 Connector Odd pins are on front
P201 Connector
P201 Connector
Odd pins are on front row 1
Odd pins
are on
front row
1

(1) PDIM1 Pin 22 can vary according to incoming video IRE level, OSD Backlight setting and then Intelligent Sensor (room light condition) Output from the Video Processor IC900. Range 0.37V to 3.3V.

.
.

PDIM1

3.66V p/p 50IRE

48 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

PowerPower SupplySupply ConnectorConnector P204P204 // P205P205 VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

P204 "SMPS" to “The Panel"

P205 "SMPS" to “The Panel"

       

Diode

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Check

12

02.A

0V

120V

Open

11

n/c

n/c

n/c

Open

10

02-1C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

9

02-2C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

8

02-3C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

7-6

n/c

n/c

n/c

Open

5

01-3C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

4

01-2C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

3

02-1C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

2

n/c

n/c

0V

Open

1

01.A

0V

120V

Open

       

Diode

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Check

12

04.A

0V

120V

Open

11

n/c

n/c

n/c

Open

10

04-1C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

9

04-2C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

8

04-3C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

7-6

n/c

n/c

n/c

Open

5

03-3C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

4

03-2C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

3

03-1C

0V

(1) 1V~30V

Open

2

n/c

n/c

0V

Open

1

03.A

0V

120V

Open

(1) The drive signal changes due to the brightness level of the backlights. Low indicates “Bright”. High indicates “Dim”.

Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed

indicates “Dim”. Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed P204 1 P205 1 49 October
P204 1 P205 1
P204
1
P205
1
indicates “Dim”. Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed P204 1 P205 1 49 October

49 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

PowerPower SupplySupply ConnectorConnector SK101SK101 andand ACAC FusesFuses VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

F102 1A/250V AC
F102
1A/250V
AC
F102
F102
F100 6.3A/250V AC IN
F100
6.3A/250V
AC IN
F100
F100

SK101 "SMPS" to AC IN

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Diode Check

EL1

L

 

OL

EL3

N

120Vac

OL

L N SK101
L
N
SK101

AC Voltage Readings (From Hot Ground) Pins 1 and 2 for STBY and RUN.

Diode Mode values taken with all Connectors Removed

F100 or F102 (Diode Check) Red or Black Lead on Fuse (Open) Other Lead on
F100 or F102 (Diode Check)
Red or Black Lead on Fuse (Open)
Other Lead on Hot Ground

Bottom Right of SMPS

Check) Red or Black Lead on Fuse (Open) Other Lead on Hot Ground Bottom Right of

50 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

PowerPower SupplySupply F101F101 andand F103F103 VoltageVoltage ChecksChecks

F101F101 andand F103F103 VoltageVoltage ChecksChecks F100 3.15A/250V From Hot Gnd STBY 7.6V Run 396V F103
F100 3.15A/250V From Hot Gnd STBY 7.6V Run 396V
F100
3.15A/250V
From Hot Gnd
STBY 7.6V
Run 396V
F100 3.15A/250V From Hot Gnd STBY 7.6V Run 396V F103 1A/250V From Hot Gnd STBY 7.6V
F103 1A/250V From Hot Gnd STBY 7.6V Run 396V
F103
1A/250V
From Hot Gnd
STBY 7.6V
Run 396V

If the set was on and then turned off into the Stand-By condition, the voltage takes a very long time to bleed down to the reading given here.

condition, the voltage takes a very long time to bleed down to the reading given here.

51 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

MAINMAIN BOARDBOARD SECTIONSECTION

The Main board receives its operational B+ from the Power Supply via P8000. There are two LVDS cable feeds that are output from the on-board T-CON (TFT Driver) section directly to the Panel. These carry the duel 12 bit LVDS Video and TruMotion Video equaling a 120Hz video signal. These signals have already been prepared for the Panel’s Left and Right boards. The Main board also includes the Tuner, Audio and Audio/Video inputs and selection circuits.

Input Voltages from SMPS.

STAND-BY

STBY 3.5V (P8000 pins 9~12)

RUN

12V pins 13 and 14

20V pins 17 and 18.

The Main board also develops several B+ sources on the board.

STAND-BY VOLTAGES

3.3V_ST (Voltage direct from SMPS).

LVDS

g from the 12V arriving from the SMPS). TUNER and VSB CIRCUIT

Panel VCC (12V Not

_

enerated but switched

,

3.3V_TU (Made from 3.3V_Normal).

1.26V_TU (Made from 3.3V_TU).

WIRELESS VOLTAGES to JK8700

20V (Switched from 20V from SMPS)

AUDIO IC8801 1.8V (Made from 3.3V_Normal).

GENERAL

5V_Normal (Made from 12V In).

3.3V_Normal (Made from 12V In).

5V USB (Made from 12V In).

BCM IC900 Micro/Video Processor 3.3V_ST, 1.2V, D1.5V, D1.8V

IC9301 Tru-Motion and Dimming IC

1 26V

MEMC 1 5V MEMC

_

.

_

, and 3.3V_MEMC

.

,

T-CON IC9001 3.3V_VCC, -5V_VGL, 27V_VGH, 16V_VDD and HVDD (7.8V)

HDMI VOLTAGES (Q200)

27V_VGH, 16V_VDD and HVDD (7.8V) HDMI VOLTAGES (Q200) • 1.8V_HDMI (From D1.8V) 52 October 2010 LCD

1.8V_HDMI (From D1.8V)

52 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

MainMain BoardBoard LayoutLayout

To Panel

P7501 P7500 IC9301 p/n: EBU60904603 IC901 IC900
P7501
P7500
IC9301
p/n:
EBU60904603
IC901
IC900

P8000

To SMPS

VIDEO PROCESSOR IC900, T-CON IC9001 and Tru-Motion IC9301 run Hot. This is normal.

USB 1

See next page for component ti

id

tifi

en

ca on

P9000 n/c P8100 n/c LAN Wireless Remote P8800 To Speakers P8200 To Front IR
P9000
n/c
P8100
n/c
LAN
Wireless Remote
P8800
To Speakers
P8200 To Front IR

USB 2

Component In

These connectors are Mini plug type

Headphone

HDMI

53 October 2010 LCD TV 42LE5500

42LE550042LE5500 MainMain BoardBoard (Front(Front aandnd BackBack Side)Side) ComponentComponent LayoutLayout

P8000 "MAIN Board" Connector To P201 "SMPS Board" P7501 P7500 P8000 Q D Pin Label
P8000 "MAIN Board" Connector To P201 "SMPS Board"
P7501
P7500
P8000
Q
D
Pin
Label
STBY
Run
Diode Check
C
C
VDD_7.8V
3.3V_Normal
1
PWR-ON
0V
3.36V
Open
X9300
IC9100
IC9102
RL_ON
IC8005
2-4
20V
0V
21.27V
Open
B
E
A1
A2
25Mhz
L9100
IC9101
INV_ON
1
3
IC9300
5-8
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
IC9301
Panel _DC-DC
L9102
Q8005
2
IC9303
9-12
3.5V
3.57V
3.5V
1.24V
LG5111
Q8000 Q8002
Q8004
IC9103
A
D
Q8001
13-15
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
A-C
D9101
Panel _CTL
L8015
C
G
SW9300
S
IC8007
16
V-SYNC
0V
0.02V
1.06V
A
Tru-Motion
A-C
D9102
Q8003
2
1
2
1
SW9300
C
Power Det
17
12V
0V
11.43V
Open
3
3
Reset
L9101
IC9302
IC8008
18
INV-ON
0V
3.28V
1.62V
1.8V_L/
1.26V_MEMC
3.3V_MEMC
L9301
Dimming
19
12V
0V
11.43V
Open
IC9000
IC8902
IC8903
5V_Normal
IC9001
20
SCLK
0V
0.09V
1.06V
IC8901
L8905
IC8003
X9000
T-CON
21
12V
0V
11.43V
Open
IC8900
1.5V_MEMC
L8904
IC8001
12Mhz
LGE7378A
IC8002
22
P-DIM
0V
0.38V~3.3V
Open
L8012
D1.2V & A1.2V
23
L-DIM (SIN)
0V
3.3V
1.05V
IC602
L8009
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC606
24
ERROR
0V
0V
Gnd
P9000
L8010
Gamma
IC301
DDR_VTT
IC8000
5V_USB2
5V_USB
IC8100
32.768Khz
Q901
IC302
X8101
SW8100
SW8100
X8100
10
Micro Reset
D8312
IC1000
IC900
MHz
5V_USB1
USB1
Video Processor
IC901
L8004
S
D
SW1000
SW1000
LGE3549XQ
(1) P-DIM Pin 20 can vary according to
incoming video IRE level, OSD Backlight
setting and then Intelligent Sensor (room light
condition) Output from the Video Processor
IC900. Range 0.69V to 3.3V.
B
G
Video Reset
Q8308
Micro
P8200 Connector "MAIN Board" To CON1 "IR Board"
IC8101
A2.5V
MAIN BOARD
54MHz
X1001
Pin
Label
Run
Diode Check
Q8800
IC8004
STBY
p/n:
EBU60904603
1.8V_AMP
USB2
1
SCL
3.56V
3.5V
Open
+1.26V_TU
IC8300
IC8800
2
SDA
3.56V
3.5V
Open
IC700
Q200
3
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
S
HDMI
D
G
4
KEY 1
3.32V
3.3V
1.9V
Component
IC8801
Select
IC300
TU700
Composite
5
KEY 2
3.29V
3.3V
1.9V
Q300
TDVJ-H031F
Q8304
6
3.5V_ST
3.56V
3.47V
1.24V
Q8301
IC8400
18.
IF p
Digital Video
L8804 L8805
7
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
17.
IF n
16.
IF AGC
15.
Reset
8
LED_LOGO
0V
0V
Open
LAN
D8307
Q8303
IC8200
14.
3.3V
Q8300
13.
1.26V
HP
Q?
9
IR
1.63V
1.6V
Open
12.
GND
Q702
11.
CVBS
Analog
10.
NC
10
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
Q701
9.
SIF
Audio
Q8700
D8309
Q8302
11
+3.3V_Normal
0V
3.34V
0.52V
Q8200
IC8401
8.
NC
Q8701
Q8305
Tuner Data
7.
SDA
IC8700
Tuner Clock
6.
SCL
12
LED_R/BUZZ
0V
0V
Open
HDMI
5.
NC
Q8205
4.
NC
Q8201
Tuner B+
3.
5V
A2
A1
D8306
Q8203
2. D8310
C
NC
1. NC
P8200
P8800
R- R+ L- L+
10.62V
Each Pin
54
October 2010
42LE5500
LCD-DV
P9000
n/c

42LE550042LE5500 MainMain BoardBoard (Front)(Front) ComponentComponent LayoutLayout

Q

C

C

B

E A1

D

A2

SW9300

Tru-Motion

Reset

SW8100 Microprocessor Reset SW1000 Videoprocessor Reset
SW8100
Microprocessor
Reset
SW1000
Videoprocessor
Reset
P7501 P7500 P8000 X9300 IC9100 IC9102 IC8005 25Mhz L9100 IC9300 IC9301 L9102 LG5111 Q8005 Q8004
P7501
P7500
P8000
X9300
IC9100
IC9102
IC8005
25Mhz
L9100
IC9300
IC9301
L9102
LG5111
Q8005
Q8004
RX/TX
IC9103
A
D
Q8001
A-C
D9101
L8015
G
C
S
IC8007
A
A-C
D9102
Q8003
2
1
2
1
SW9300
C
3
3
L9101
IC9302
IC8008
L9301
IC8902
L8905 IC8903
IC9001
IC8003
IC8901
X9000
T-CON
IC8900
L8904
IC8001
12Mhz
LG7378A
IC8002
L8012
L8009
IC603
IC605
P9000
L8010
Gamma
IC301
IC8000
P9000
Update
IC302
IC1000
X8100
SW8100
IC900
USB1
Video Processor
IC901
L8004
SW1000
IC8101
LGE3549XQ
Micro
MAIN BOARD
54MHz
X1001
Q8800
IC8004
p/n:
EBU60904603
USB2
IC8800
IC700
HDMI
Component
IC8801
Select
IC300
TU700
Composite
Q300
TDVJ-H031F
IC8300
18.
IF p
Digital Video
L8804 L8805
17.
IF n
16.
IF AGC
15.
Reset
14.
3.3V
HP
Q?
13.
1.26V
12.
GND
Analog Video
11.
CVBS
10.
NC
HDMI
Audio
9.
SIF
Q8700
Q8200
8.
NC
Tuner Data
7.
SDA
Tuner Clock
6.
SCL
Q8201
5.
NC
A2
A1
4.
NC
D8310
Tuner B+
3.
5V
C
P8200
2.
NC
P8800
1.
NC
R- R+ L- L+
NC A2 A1 4. NC D8310 Tuner B+ 3. 5V C P8200 2. NC P8800 1.