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TRAININGTRAINING MANUALMANUAL

TRAINING TRAINING MANUAL MANUAL Direct Direct View View LCD LCD With With built built in in

DirectDirect ViewView LCDLCD WithWith builtbuilt inin DVDDVD PlayerPlayer

LCD With With built built in in DVD DVD Player Player 32LG40 32LG40 Model : 32LG40

32LG4032LG40

Model : 32LG40 32” CLASS LCD HDTV w/ BUILT-IN DVD PLAYER (31.5" diagonal)
Model : 32LG40 32” CLASS LCD HDTV
w/ BUILT-IN DVD PLAYER
(31.5" diagonal)

Original 08/12/2008 Updated 02/23/2010

OUTLINEOUTLINE

Section 1

Contact Information, Preliminary Matters, Specifications, LCD Overview, General Troubleshooting Steps, Signal Distribution, Disassembly Instructions and Voltages

Section 2

Circuit Board Operation, Troubleshooting of :

• Switch mode Power Supply

• Main (Digital) Board

• T-CON Board

• Ballast Board

of : • Switch mode Power Supply • Main (Digital) Board • T-CON Board • Ballast

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OverviewOverview ofof TopicsTopics toto bebe DiscussedDiscussed

32LG40 LCD Direct View Display

Section 1

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 remove and replace safely any Circuit Board or Assembly.

and knowledge necessary to re move and replace sa fely any Circuit Bo ard or Assembly.

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PreliminaryPreliminary MattersMatters (The(The FineFine Print)Print)

ImportantImportant SafetySafety NoticeNotice

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.

such devices. Failure to co nsider the weight of an product could result in physical injury.

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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.

RegulatoryRegulatory InformationInformation

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 LCD

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LGLG ContactContact InformationInformation

ContactContact InformationInformation

Customer Service (and Part Sales) (800) 243-0000 Technical Support (and Part Sales) (800) 847-7597 USA
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
us.lgservice.com
Presentations
with Audio/Video
and Screen Marks
LG Web Training
lge.webex.com
LG CS Academy
lgcsacademy.com
http://136.166.4.200
LCD-DV:
PLASMA:
32LG40, 32LH30, 37LH55, 42LG60, 42LG70, 42LH20, 42LH40, 42LH50, 42LH90, 42SL80,
47LG90, 47LH85
42PG20, 42PQ20, 42PQ30, 50PG20, 50PS80, 50PS60, 60PS11
AlsoAlso availableavailable onon thethe
PlasmaPlasma pagepage
Plasma Panel
Alignment Handbook
NewNew TrainingTraining MaterialsMaterials onon
thethe LearningLearning AcademyAcademy sitesite
Published August 2008 by LG Technical Support and Training
LG Electronics Alabama, Inc. 201
James Record Road, Huntsville,
AL, 35813.
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PagePage 66

OVERVIEWOVERVIEW SECTIONSECTION

Safety and Handling Regulations

1. Approximately 20 minute pre-run time is required before any adjustments are performed.

2. Refer to the Voltage Sticker on the Switch Mode Power Supply silk screening. (+/- ½ volt).

3. Be cautious of electric shock from the Backlight section, it uses high voltage AC. Check that the Power Supply and Drive Circuits are completely discharged because of residual current stored before Circuit Board removal.

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

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

6. 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…

Check details of defective condition and history. Example: Oscillator failure dead set, etc… 7 LCD DV

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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, check for the proper waveforms with the

Correct

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

perform a Safety AC Leakage Test before returning the product back to the Customer.

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

the Customer. The final step is to corre ct the problem. Be carefu l of ESD

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32LG4032LG40 ProductProduct InformationInformation

Side View
Side View

This section of the manual will discuss the specifications of the 32LG40 “Thin” LCD Direct View Display Panel.

will discus s the specificatio ns of the 32LG40 “Thin” LCD Direct View Display Panel. 9

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BasicBasic SpecificationsSpecifications

720p HD Resolution

• 12,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio

• Side-loading Progressive Scan DVD Player

• Super Multi-Format

• 3x HDMI™ 1.3

• AV Mode (Cinema, Sports, Game)

• Clear Voice

• SimpLink™ Connectivity

• Invisible Speaker System

• Expert Mode

• PC Input

• Swivel Stand (Manual)

• Invisible Speaker System • Expert Mode • PC Input • Swivel Stand (Manual) 10 LCD

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PixelPixel CountCount toto ResolutionResolution ComparisonsComparisons

720P Logo
720P Logo
720P Panel
720P Panel
768
768

HD RESOLUTION 720p HD Resolution Pixels: 1365 (H) × 768 (V) High definition television is the highest performance segment of the DTV system used in the US. It’s a wide screen, high-resolution video image, coupled with multi-channel, compact-disc quality sound.

FORMATS

240 Lines BASIC PIXEL COUNTS 480 Lines 540 Lines 720 Lines 1080 Lines 720P Panel
240
Lines
BASIC
PIXEL COUNTS
480
Lines
540
Lines
720
Lines
1080 Lines
720P Panel
1365 (H) × 768 (V)
1080P Panel
1920 (H) x
1080 (V)
1365 (H) × 768 (V) 1080P Panel 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) NTSC 480I SD 480P

NTSC

480I

SD

480P

HD

1080I

HD

720P

HD

1080P

Interlaced

Progressive

Interlaced

Progressive

Progressive

Interlaced Progressive Interlaced Progressive Progressive Possible Frame Rates: 24FPS 30FPS 60FPS Interlaced 2

Possible Frame Rates:

24FPS

30FPS

60FPS

Interlaced 2 Fields to make a Frame

Progressive Each Field is a Frame

2 Fields to make a Frame Progressive Each Field is a Frame Think of sync as

Think of sync as the Panels “Refresh Rate”

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BasicBasic SpecificationsSpecifications

Basic Basic Specifications Specifications LG SIMPLINK™ MULTI-DEVICE CONTROL Allows for convenient control of ot her LG
Basic Basic Specifications Specifications LG SIMPLINK™ MULTI-DEVICE CONTROL Allows for convenient control of ot her LG
Basic Basic Specifications Specifications LG SIMPLINK™ MULTI-DEVICE CONTROL Allows for convenient control of ot her LG
Basic Basic Specifications Specifications LG SIMPLINK™ MULTI-DEVICE CONTROL Allows for convenient control of ot her LG

LG SIMPLINK™ MULTI-DEVICE CONTROL Allows for convenient control of other LG SimpLink products using the existing HDMI connection.

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.

BUILT-IN SIDE LOADING PROGRESSIVE SCAN DVD PLAYER Save space with the built-in progressive scan DVD player. Side loading player upconverts DVDs to near 720p resolution and features LG “Super-Multi” technology which plays back almost any recordable disc based media.

which plays back almost any recordable disc based media. INVISIBLE SPEAKER SYSTEM LG’s 2008 line of

INVISIBLE SPEAKER SYSTEM LG’s 2008 line of TVs include a unique invisible speaker system, tuned by renowned audio expert, Mr. Mark Levinson. Speakers are embedded in strategic spots behind the front cabinet and use minute vibrations to turn the entire front bezel into the speaker system. The result is a clean, polished look, and enhanced audio by increasing the “sweet spot” giving a wider sound field.

look, and enhanced aud io by increasing the “sweet spot” giving a wider sound field. 12

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BasicBasic SpecificationsSpecifications

Basic Basic Specifications Specifications AV Mode "One click" - Cin ema, Sports, Game mode. TAKE IT

AV Mode "One click" - Cinema, Sports, Game mode. TAKE IT TO THE EDGE is a true multimedia TV with an AV Mode which allows you to choose from 3 different modes of Movies, Video Games and Sports by a single click of a remote control.

Games and Sports by a single click of a remote control. Clear Voice Clearer dialogue sound

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.

high- quality dialogue when background noise swells. Save Energy, Save Money Home electronic produc ts use
high- quality dialogue when background noise swells. Save Energy, Save Money Home electronic produc ts use
high- quality dialogue when background noise swells. Save Energy, Save Money Home electronic produc ts use

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 en ergy means you pay less on your energy bill. Draws le ss than 1

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RemoteRemote ControlControl

TOP PORTION

Remote Remote Control Control TOP PORTION 14 BOTTOM PORTION FAV VOL MUTE P A CH G
Remote Remote Control Control TOP PORTION 14 BOTTOM PORTION FAV VOL MUTE P A CH G
Remote Remote Control Control TOP PORTION 14 BOTTOM PORTION FAV VOL MUTE P A CH G

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Remote Remote Control Control TOP PORTION 14 BOTTOM PORTION FAV VOL MUTE P A CH G

BOTTOM PORTION

FAV VOL MUTE
FAV
VOL
MUTE
P A CH G E
P
A
CH
G
E
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0

LGControl TOP PORTION 14 BOTTOM PORTION FAV VOL MUTE P A CH G E 1 2

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RearRear andand SideSide InputInput JacksJacks

Current Software Release

32LG40-UA-v03.12_080711_Download.epk

RGB (PC) Audio

Optical Audio

RGB (PC) Audio Optical Audio RGB (PC) HDMI RS232 Service Only Audio Out Component
RGB (PC) Audio Optical Audio RGB (PC) HDMI RS232 Service Only Audio Out Component
RGB (PC) HDMI RS232 Service Only Audio Out
RGB (PC)
HDMI
RS232
Service Only
Audio
Out

Component

Y Pr/Pb

Composite

Side Input Jacks

Audio Out Component Y Pr/Pb Composite Side Input Jacks USB HDMI Remote In Composite A/V Main

USB

HDMI

Remote

In

Composite

A/V

Y Pr/Pb Composite Side Input Jacks USB HDMI Remote In Composite A/V Main Board Orientation 15
Main Board
Main Board
Y Pr/Pb Composite Side Input Jacks USB HDMI Remote In Composite A/V Main Board Orientation 15

Orientation

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AccessingAccessing thethe ServiceService MenuMenu

REMOTE TOP PORTION

the the Service Service Menu Menu REMOTE TOP PORTION To access the Service Menu. 1) Turn
the the Service Service Menu Menu REMOTE TOP PORTION To access the Service Menu. 1) Turn

To access the Service Menu. 1) Turn the Set On 2) Simultaneously, Press and “Hold” the Menu Key on the Side Key pad and Press and “Hold” the Menu Key on the Remote approximately 5 seconds. 3) If Customer’s Menu appears, continue to hold until it disappears. 4) The Service Menu appears

SIDE KEYS

until it disappears. 4) The Service Menu appears SIDE KEYS Note: Dependant upon the Software Version,

Note: Dependant upon the Software Version, a Password may be required to enter the Service Menu. If a password is required, enter

0000

a Password may be required to enter the Service Menu. If a password is required, enter

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SoftwareSoftware UpgradeUpgrade ProcedureProcedure

1) Create an LG_DTV folder on the USB Flash Drive

1) Create an LG_DTV fol der on the USB Flash Drive 2) Copy new software (x

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.

9) Your TV will be re started automatically. Shows the Currently Installed Version Shows the Software
9) Your TV will be re started automatically. Shows the Currently Installed Version Shows the Software

Shows the

Currently

Installed

Version

started automatically. Shows the Currently Installed Version Shows the Software Version found on the USB Flash
started automatically. Shows the Currently Installed Version Shows the Software Version found on the USB Flash

Shows the Software Version found on the USB Flash Drive

Shows the Software 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.

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32LG4032LG40 ProductProduct MeasurementsMeasurements

32LG40 32LG40 Product Product Measurements Measurements 18 LCD DV August 2008 32LG40
32LG40 32LG40 Product Product Measurements Measurements 18 LCD DV August 2008 32LG40

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TROUBLESHOOTINGTROUBLESHOOTING SECTIONSECTION

This section of the manual will discuss troubleshooting.

This section of the manual will discuss troubleshooting. Upon completion of this section the Technician will
This section of the manual will discuss troubleshooting. Upon completion of this section the Technician will

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

the Technician will have a better understanding of how to diagnosis and resolve problems. 19 LCD

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RemovingRemoving thethe BackBack CoverCover

The Stand does not need to be removed. Remove the 18 screws shown by arrows.
The Stand does not need to be removed. Remove the 18 screws shown by arrows.
Pay attention to the size and type of screw as there are many different types.
Putting in the improper screw when reassembling may Cause damage.
are many different types. Putting in the improper screw when reassembling may Cause damage. 20 LCD
are many different types. Putting in the improper screw when reassembling may Cause damage. 20 LCD

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CircuitCircuit BoardBoard LayoutLayout

Panel p/n EAJ41825601

T-CON p/n EAT56801301 LVDS Cables Speakers 1) 2) Speaker rattle. Tighten screws at bottom of
T-CON p/n
EAT56801301
LVDS
Cables
Speakers
1)
2)
Speaker rattle.
Tighten screws at bottom of cabinet
Tighten screws holding woofers

Ballast p/n

EAY56797501

Side Controls
Side
Controls
Side Inputs
Side
Inputs
cabinet Tighten screws holding woofers Ballast p/n EAY56797501 Side Controls Side Inputs 21 LCD DV August

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InvisibleInvisible SpeakerSpeaker SystemSystem LayoutLayout

Woofers

Tweeters Tweeters
Tweeters
Tweeters

1)

Speaker rattle. Tighten screws at bottom of cabinet

2)

Tighten screws holding woofers

Bottom View of Woofer Ports
Bottom View of Woofer Ports

Stand Removed

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of cabinet 2) Tighten screws holding woofers Bottom View of Woofer Ports Stand Removed 22 LCD

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POWERPOWER SUPPLYSUPPLY SECTIONSECTION

n/c 1 1
n/c
1
1

23

SMPSSMPS BoardBoard LayoutLayout

To Main

P203

P201

To Ballast

Board Board Layout Layout To Main P203 P201 To Ballast 2 Error 14 WM-D1 13 INV
2
2

Error

14

WM-D1

13

INV On/Off

12

BR1

11

Gnd

10

Gnd

9

Gnd

8

Gnd

7

Gnd

6

24V

5

24V

4

24V

3

24V

2

24V

1

23

Fixed Volts

24

n/c

21

BR1

22

PWR-DIM

19

POWER-ON

20

INVOn/Off

17

ERROR

18

ACD

15

Gnd

16

Gnd

13

Gnd

14

Gnd

11

5.2V

12

5.2V

9

5.2V

10

5.2V

7

Gnd

8

Gnd

5

12V

6

12V

3

Gnd

4

Gnd

1

16.5V

2

16.5V

F101

3.15A/250V

334V Actual

F100 5A/250V AC IN
F100
5A/250V
AC IN
1 16.5V 2 16.5V F101 3.15A/250V 334V Actual F100 5A/250V AC IN Hot Ground AC IN

Hot Ground

AC IN

1 16.5V 2 16.5V F101 3.15A/250V 334V Actual F100 5A/250V AC IN Hot Ground AC IN

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PowerPower SupplySupply (SMPS)(SMPS) BoardBoard DrawingDrawing

To Ballast

P203

 
 

Error

14

 

WM-D1

13

INV On/Off

12

BR1

11

Gnd

10

Gnd

9

Gnd

8

Gnd

7

Gnd

6

24V

5

24V

4

24V

3

24V

2

24V

1

P201 To Main 16.5V 2 1 16.5V Gnd 4 3 Gnd 12V 6 5 12V
P201
To Main
16.5V
2
1
16.5V
Gnd
4
3
Gnd
12V
6
5
12V
Gnd
8
7
Gnd
5.2V
10
9
5.2V
5.2V
12
11
5.2V
Gnd
14
13
Gnd
Gnd
16
15
Gnd
ACD
18
17
ERROR
INVOn/Off
20
19
POWER-ON
PWR-DIM
22
21
BR1
n/c
24
23
fixedV
F101
3.15A/250V
334V Actual

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F100 5A/250V AC IN
F100
5A/250V
AC IN
AC IN
AC IN

PowerPower SupplySupply P201P201 ControlControl SiSignalsgnals fromfrom MainMain BoardBoard P800P800

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PowerPower SupplySupply BoardBoard TestTest (1)(1) AllAll BoardBoard DisconnectedDisconnected

+5V
+5V

P201 Connector disconnected from the Main Board AC: Not applied when adding jumper. Applied when making test.

The Power Supply “MUST” be producing STAND-BY +5V before proceeding.

With Power Supply disconnected from other Boards and AC applied, confirm that the Power Supply is producing 5V from either Pins 9, 10, 11 or 12. If not, check fuse. If fuse OK and no 5V, replace Power Supply. If 5V OK then continue.

1st short either pin 9, 10, 11 or 12 (5V) to Pin 19 (PWR) using a 10K resistor. This turns on the power supply. Confirm that the other low voltage power supplies are activated. Pins 1 and 2 (16V) Pins 5 and 6 (12V) Pin 18 (AC Detect) goes high Fuse F101 Check for 350V (Ballast Voltage) If any voltage missing, replace Power Supply.

Fuse F101 Check for 350V (Ballast Voltage) If any voltage missing, replace Power Supply. 26 LCD

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PowerPower SupplySupply BoardBoard TestTest (2)(2) CheckingChecking thethe BacklightsBacklights

+5V
+5V

P2 Connector disconnected from the Main Board AC: Not applied when adding jumper. Applied when make test.

If the 1 st test was successful, continue. Leave original 10K in place.

2nd: To test the Backlights, leave the 10K jumper in place. Plug up the Back light plug P203. Apply AC Power.

Observe the Backlights. If normal, LED1 on the Ballast Board should turn on first, then backlights should turn on and LED1 should go off

If no backlight activity, confirm the Fuse F101 has approx. 350V on both sides. If on one side, check fuse for open. If no 350V, replace Power Supply.

If 300V present, check P203 for 24V on Pins 1~5. Check P203 Pin 12 for at least 3V (Inverter On/Off).

If yes, confirm Connectors to backlight OK, if OK, then panel defective.

Ballast will not run if either of the Backlight plugs are removed.

then panel defective. Ballast will not run if either of the Backli ght plugs are removed.

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PowerPower SupplySupply BoardBoard RemovalRemoval

Disconnect P203, P201 and AC In Remove the 4 screws indicated in the red circles.

Removal Disconnect P203, P201 and AC In Remove the 4 screws indicated in the red circles.
Removal Disconnect P203, P201 and AC In Remove the 4 screws indicated in the red circles.

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PowerPower SupplySupply ConnectorConnector P201P201 OddOdd PinsPins VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

P201 "SMPS" to P800 "Main Board"

Check Check P201 "SMPS" to P800 "Main Board"         Diode Pin Label STBY
       

Diode

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Check

23

N/C

0V

3.2V

OL

21

BR1

0V

1.68V

OL

19

PWR

0V

2.86V

OL

17

ERR

Gnd

Gnd

1.26V

15

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

13

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

11

5.2V

5.15V

5.15V

0.34V

9

5.2V

5.15V

5.15V

0.34V

7

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

5

12V

0V

11.8V

1.69V

3

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

1

16.5V

0V

16V

0.31V

Resistance taken in Diode Mode with Connectors Removed

0.31V Resistance taken in Diode Mode with Connectors Removed 29         Diode Pin

29

       

Diode

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Check

24

N/C

0V

0V

OL

22

PWM-DIM

0V

3.38V

OL

20

INV On/Off

0V

3.29V

OL

18

ACD

5.05V

4.57V

OL

16

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

14

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

12

5.2V

5.15V

5.15V

0.34V

10

5.2V

5.15V

5.15V

0.34V

8

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

0V

6

12V

0V

11.8V

1.69V

4

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

2

16.5V

0V

16V

0.31V

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PowerPower SupplySupply ConnectorConnector P203P203 VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

P203 "SMPS" to MCN1 "Ballast Board"

       

Diode

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Check

1

24V

0V

24.52V

0.33V

2

24V

0V

24.52V

0.33V

3

24V

0V

24.52V

0.33V

4

24V

0V

24.52V

0.33V

5

24V

0V

24.52V

0.33V

6

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

7

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

8

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

9

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

10

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

11

BR1

0V

1.67V

OL

12

INV On-Off

0V

3.45V

OL

13

PWM-DIM

0V

3.40V

OL

14

ERROR

0V

0V

OL

Resistance taken in Diode Mode with Connectors Removed

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MAINMAIN BOARDBOARD SECTIONSECTION

P902

LVDS To T-CON

P200
P200

No Connection Software Download

To Power IC809 A2.6V BCM Reg IC304 P800 DDR VTT Reset BCM IC301 Dual Data
To
Power
IC809 A2.6V BCM Reg
IC304
P800
DDR VTT
Reset
BCM
IC301
Dual Data
To DVD
Registers
IC807 5V Reg
IC400 BCM Reset
IC101
Q800 SIF
Flash
P901
IC303
IC407 Micro
Memory
BCM
IC803 9V Reg
To DVD
X400
IC800
If odd Video
problems are
found, use some
freeze spray
about IC100 and
its circuits,
If video returns to
normal, Board
needs to be
replaced.
24Mhz
IC100
CVBS
IC300
Q400 Micro Reset
P900
Amp
BCM
IC201
USB
IC405 Micro Reset
3.3V
IC302
Q802 5V Sub Switch Control
X200
To DVD
54Mhz
IC802 3.3V Reg
Q801 5V
TUNER
USB
Sub Switch
P904
LD800
IC502
Audio Selector
HDMI
IC806
IC600
To
A3.3V
HDMI Selector
BCM
Ft Keys
IC602 HDMI EDID
IC402
Serial Port
P401
Interface
IC601 HDMI EDID
Side
To SPK
Inputs
P500
IC501 Audio Processor
and Output
16V Pins 49~52
HDMI EDID Side To SPK Inputs P500 IC501 Audio Processor and Output 16V Pins 49~52 31

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IC201

 

USB Power

IC405

RESET GENERATOR FOR Q400 Micro Reset

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

2

IN

+5V

0V

5V

1

IN

3.3V_MICON

3.41V

3.41V

3

On/Off Control

BCM DDR Power

0V

3.4V

2

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

7

OUT

USB_PWR_Out_1

0V

5V

3

OUT

Reset (Lo-Hi)

0.6V

0.6V

8

OUT

+3.3V

0V

3.1V

IC802

+3.3V Regulator (3.3V TMDS_SW)

 

IC304

 

2.6V BCM

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

1

Gnd

+3.3V

0V

5V

3,8

OUT

DDRO_VTT

0V

1.29V

2

OUT

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

5,6,7

IN

D2.6V_BCM

0V

2.6V

3

IN

+5V_SUB

0V

3.2V

4

On/Off Control

DDRO_VTT

0V

1.29V

IC803

 

+9V Regulator

IC400

RESET GENERATOR TO IC401 3.3BCM (On Back)

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

1

IN

+12V

0V

12V

1

IN

D3.3V_BCM

0V

3.4V

2

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

2

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

3

OUT

+9V

0V

9V

3

OUT

Reset (Lo-Hi)

0V

3.39V

 
Gnd 3 OUT +9V 0V 9V 3 OUT Reset (Lo-Hi) 0V 3.39V   32 LCD DV

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IC806

D3.3V/A3.3V_BCM Regulator turns on LD800

Q801

 

5V SUB SWITCH

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

1

On/Off Control

Power_CTL_3.3V

0V

3.4V

1,3

IN

ST_5V

0V

5V

2

IN

+5V_SUB

0.36V

5V

2,4

On/Off Control

Q802

0V

0.28V

3

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

5,6,7,8

OUT

+5V_SUB

0V

5V

4

OUT

D3.3V_BCM

0.1V

3.4V

Q802

CONTROLLER for 5V SUB SWITCH Q801

 

IC807

D3.3V/A3.3V_BCM Regulator

 

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

B

On/Off Control

RL_ON

0V

3.29V

1

IN

+9V

0V

8.9V

C

Pull Down

ST_5V

0V

5V

2

On/Off Control

Power_CTL_3.3V

0V

3.4V

E

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

3

OUT

+5V

0V

5V

Q400

RESET GENERATOR FOR MICRO IC407

 

4

n/c

n/c

n/c

n/c

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

5

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

B

Reset

Reset

0.6V

0.6V

IC809

D2.6V/A2.6V_BCM Regulator

 

C

Vcc

3.3VVST_MICON

0V

0V

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

E

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

6,7,8,10

IN

+5V_SUB

0.36V

4.98V

 

17

On/Off Control

Power_CTL_2.6V

0V

3.41V

1,2,3,4,5

OUT

D2.6V_BCM

0V

2.66V

14,15

n/c

n/c

n/c

n/c

11,18,19,20

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

0V 2.66V 14,15 n/c n/c n/c n/c 11,18,19,20 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 33 LCD DV August

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MainMain BoardBoard (Back(Back View)View) RegulatorRegulator LayoutLayout

Side Inputs
Side
Inputs
P200 P902 Q901 LVDS 12V Switch P800 Q900 Turns on Q901 IC808 3.3V Micon IC401
P200
P902
Q901 LVDS 12V Switch
P800
Q900
Turns on Q901
IC808
3.3V Micon
IC401 BCM Reset
P901
X200
16
IC406
P900
Micro
IC805 A1.2V BCM Reg
EEPROM
Silk Screen for Pin 1 wrong IC805
TUNER
TU800
IC801 1.8V Reg
P904
IC102
HDCP
1
IC403
KEY
NVRAM
IC408
SIF Select
DVD/BCM
IC702
EEPROM
P401
IC701
Side
HDMI
EDID
P500
KEY NVRAM IC408 SIF Select DVD/BCM IC702 EEPROM P401 IC701 Side HDMI EDID P500 34 LCD

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MainMain BoardBoard (Back(Back Side)Side) RegulatorRegulator ChecksChecks

IC401

BCM RESET

IC808

ST-BY 3.3V DC-DC CONVERTER

 

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

14

IN

D3.3V_BCM

0V

3.41V

2

IN

ST_5V

5V

5V

1

On/Off Control

Reset from IC400

0V

3.4V

3

OUT

3.3VST_MICON

3.43V

3.43V

6

OUT

BCM_RESET

0V

3.4V

4

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

IC801

+1.8V_NTP REGULATOR

 

Q900

LVDS 12V SWITCH CONTROLLER Q901

 

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

 

1 Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

B

Control

LVDS_PANEL_CTRL

0V

0.75V

 

2 OUT

'+1.8V_NTP

0V

1.8V

C

Pull Down 12V

LVDS Switch Control

0V

0V

 

3 IN

3.3V_TMDS_SW

0.26V

3.29V

E

Gnd

Gnd

0V

0V

IC805

D1.2V/A1.2V BCM REGULATOR

 

Q901

LVDS 12V SWITCH

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

PIN

FUNCTION

NAME

STBY

RUN

6,7,8,10

IN

+5V_SUB

0.38V

5V

1,3

IN

12V

0V

12.36V

17

On/Off Control

Power_CTL_1.2V

0V

3.41V

2,4

On/Off Control

Q900

0V

6.16V

1,2,3,4,5

OUT

D1.2V_BCM

0V

1.29V

5,6,7,8

OUT

LVDS 12V

0V

12.36V

13, 14,15,16

n/c

n/c

0V

0V

 

11,12,18,

       

19,20

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Screen Print for Pin No is incorrect, use IC

    19,20 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd Screen Print for Pin No is incorrect, use IC

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MainMain BoardBoard X400X400 andand X200X200 CheckCheck

IC407 X400 Micro 2.4Vp/p 24Mhz 1.49V With set on or off TP Use Crystal leg
IC407
X400
Micro
2.4Vp/p
24Mhz
1.49V
With set on or off
TP Use Crystal leg top or bottom
1.49V
With set on or off TP Use Crystal leg top or bottom 1.49V Main Board X400

Main Board X400 Location

Crystal leg top or bottom 1.49V Main Board X400 Location MAIN Board 1.49V 1.49V Main Board

MAIN

Board

top or bottom 1.49V Main Board X400 Location MAIN Board 1.49V 1.49V Main Board X200 Location

1.49V

bottom 1.49V Main Board X400 Location MAIN Board 1.49V 1.49V Main Board X200 Location X200 660mVp/p

1.49V

Main Board X200 Location

X200 660mVp/p 54Mhz Only when set is on TP Use Crystal Side R232 or R233
X200
660mVp/p
54Mhz
Only when set is on
TP Use Crystal Side R232 or R233
X200 Location X200 660mVp/p 54Mhz Only when set is on TP Use Crystal Side R232 or

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MainMain BoardBoard TunerTuner VideoVideo andand SISIFF OutputOutput CheckCheck PinPin LocationLocation

For Easy Access, pop the shield off the tuner

Pin 16 Composite Video Pin 14 Audio SIF Pin 3 Tuner B+ (5V)
Pin 16 Composite Video
Pin 14 Audio SIF
Pin 3 Tuner B+ (5V)
16 Composite Video Pin 14 Audio SIF Pin 3 Tuner B+ (5V) If you leave the

If you leave the shield on you can still access the same pins. Be careful not to accidentally ground out your test lead on the shield.

the same pins. Be careful not to accidentally ground out your test lead on the shield.

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MainMain BoardBoard TunerTuner VideoVideo andand SIFSIF OutputOutput CheckCheck

Video Video and and SIF SIF Output Output Check Check MAIN Board Tuner Location Pin 14
Video Video and and SIF SIF Output Output Check Check MAIN Board Tuner Location Pin 14

MAIN

Board

and and SIF SIF Output Output Check Check MAIN Board Tuner Location Pin 14 “SIF” Signal
and and SIF SIF Output Output Check Check MAIN Board Tuner Location Pin 14 “SIF” Signal

Tuner

Location

Pin 14

“SIF”

Signal

Pin 16

“Video”

Signal

Location Pin 14 “SIF” Signal Pin 16 “Video” Signal Using SMTP Color Bar Input 850mVp/p Using
Using SMTP Color Bar Input 850mVp/p
Using SMTP Color Bar Input
850mVp/p
Using SMTP Color Bar Input 1Vp/p 20uSec rate
Using SMTP Color Bar Input
1Vp/p 20uSec rate

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MainMain BoardBoard LVDSLVDS P902P902 OutputOutput CheckCheck

To confirm that the Main Board is outputting Picture Content signals, check P902 (LVDS) cable for output. Check 11~20. This signals vary from each other, but looking for signals like the ones shown below on any of these pins confirm the output of video content. This signal is using standard SMTE Color Bar output from a generator as the input source.

Remember there are actually 10 pins with LVDS signals. This only represents two Waveforms as an example.

P902

Location

Pin 11

MAIN

Board

This only represents two Waveforms as an example. P902 Location Pin 11 MAIN Board Pin 16

Pin 16

This only represents two Waveforms as an example. P902 Location Pin 11 MAIN Board Pin 16
This only represents two Waveforms as an example. P902 Location Pin 11 MAIN Board Pin 16

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MainMain BoardBoard RemovalRemoval

Remove the Right side decorative plastic piece by removing top and bottom screws. Remove the remaining 6 screws that remove the “Shield” covering the Main Board. Careful at this point, the Board will Swing free of the supports.

Disconnect P902, P800, P901, P900, P904, P401 and P500 Note: In the top right is a Connector P200. This is an open connection. (Software Upgrades) Remove the 2 screws securing the Side input decorative plastic piece on the right. Remove the 4 screws securing the Main Board indicated below in red.

piece on the right. Remove the 4 screws securing the Main Board indicated below in red.
piece on the right. Remove the 4 screws securing the Main Board indicated below in red.

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MainMain BoardBoard ConnectorConnector P800P800 VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

P800 Connector "Main" to P201 "SMPS Board"

Pin

Label

STBY

Run

Diode Check

1, 2

16V

0V

16V

OL

3, 4

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

5, 6

12V

0V

11.8V

3.03V

7, 8

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

9, 10

ST-5V

5V

5.15V

1.23V

11, 12

ST-5V

5V

5.15V

1.23V

13, 14

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

15, 16

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

17

VBR-B 5V-MNT

0V

3.3V

OL

18

AC-DET

5V

4.57V

OL

19

RL-ON

0V

2.86V

1.25V

20

INV-On/Off

0V

3.29V

2.15V

21

BR1

0V

1.68V

OL

22

VBR-B

0V

3.38V

2.15V

23

n/c

0V

3.2V

OL

24

n/c

0V

0V

OL

Resistance taken in Diode Mode with Connectors Removed

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MainMain BoardBoard ConnectorConnector P902P902 LVDSLVDS LayoutLayout andand 12V12V CircuitCircuit

For Locations See Main Board Back Side View
For Locations
See Main Board
Back Side View

Panel Control from IC407 Pin 33 Q900 turns on Q901 LVDS Switch generating LVDS 12V All voltages are shown on the Interconnect Diagram

LVDS 12V
LVDS 12V
All voltages are shown on the Interconnect Diagram LVDS 12V LVDS Signal Waveforms Shown on back

LVDS Signal Waveforms Shown on back of Interconnect Diagram

Interconnect Diagram LVDS 12V LVDS Signal Waveforms Shown on back of Interconnect Diagram 42 LCD DV

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MainMain BoardBoard ConnectorConnector P902P902 EvenEven PinsPins VoltageVoltage andand DiodeDiode CheckCheck

P902 Connector "Main" to CN1 “T-CON Board"

       

Diode

Pin

Label

SBY

Run

Check

1

LVDS 12V

0V

12.3V

OL

3

LVDS 12V

0V

12.3V

OL

5

Gnd

0V

0V

Gnd

7

Gnd

0V

0V

Gnd

9

Gnd

0V

0V

Gnd

11

LVDS

0V

1.2V

0.98V

13

LVDS

0V

1.2V

1.11V

15

LVDS

0V

1.1V

1.06V

17

LVDS

0V

1.08V

1.11V

19

LVDS

0V

1.14V

1.11V

21

n/c

0V

n/c

OL

23

n/c

0V

n/c

Gnd

25

Size Sel

0.4V

3.07V

3V

       

Diode

Pin

Label

SBY

Run

Check

2

LVDS 12V

0V

12.3V

OL

4

LVDS 12V

0V

12.3V

OL

6

Gnd

0V

0V

Gnd

8

Gnd

0V

0V

Gnd

10

Gnd

0V

0V

Gnd

12

LVDS

0V

1.1V

0.98V

14

LVDS

0V

1.05V

1.06V

16

LVDS

0V

1.09V