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PLASMA TV website:http://biz.LGservice.com e-mail:http://www.LGEservice.com/techsup.html SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS : DF-057B

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website:http://biz.LGservice.com

e-mail:http://www.LGEservice.com/techsup.html

SERVICE MANUAL

CHASSIS : DF-057B

MODEL : 60PY2D

60PY2D-AB

CAUTION

BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.

: DF-057B MODEL : 60PY2D 60PY2D-AB CAUTION BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN
: DF-057B MODEL : 60PY2D 60PY2D-AB CAUTION BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN

CONTENTS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

3

DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS

4

SPECIFICATIONS

7

ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS

9

TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

12

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

20

BLOCK DIAGRAM

26

EXPLODED VIEW

28

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

29

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

30

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These parts are identified by in the Schematic Diagram and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as recommended in this manual to prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of

General Guidance

An isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks.

It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be inadvertently introduced during the service operation.

If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this monitor is blown, replace it with the specified.

When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB.

Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts.

Due to high vacuum and large surface area of picture tube, extreme care should be used in handling the Picture Tube. Do not lift the Picture tube by it's Neck.

Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check)

With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone jacks, etc. If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the measured resistance should be between 1MΩ and 5.2MΩ. When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the reading must be infinite. An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the receiver is returned to the customer.

Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure)

Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check. Connect 1.5K/10watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15uF capacitor between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity. Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to 0.5mA. In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and repaired before it is returned to the customer.

Leakage Current Hot Check circuit

AC Volt-meter

Good Earth Ground such as WATER PIPE, CONDUIT etc. To Instrument’s 0.15uF exposed METALLIC PARTS
Good Earth Ground
such as WATER PIPE,
CONDUIT etc.
To Instrument’s
0.15uF
exposed
METALLIC PARTS
1.5 Kohm/10W

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DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS

D/A TV selects analogue or digital mode.

MODE Selects another device.

GUIDE shows a programme schedule. (In Digital mode only)

VCR BUTTONS Controls a video cassette recorder. These buttons are used for X-Studio. For further details, see the ‘X-Studio’ section.

INFO displays information on top of the screen whilst watching the TV. (In Digital mode only)

MENU Displays on screen menus one by one. Exits the current menu. Memorizes menu changes.

TEXT These buttons are used for teletext. For further details, see the ‘Teletext’ section.

COLOURED BUTTONS : These buttons are used for teletext (only TELETEXT models) or programme edit.

VOL DD / EE (Volume Up/Down) Increases/decreases sound level. PR DD / EE (Programme Up/Down) Selects a programme.

MUTE Switches the sound on or off.

LIST Displays the programme table.

PIP Switches the sub picture on or off. Selects PIP or DW modes. PIP PR + /- Selects a programme for the sub picture. SWAP Alternates between main and sub picture. PIP INPUT Selects the input mode for the sub picture.

M/C EJECT Remove the Memory Card.

VCR D/A TV INPUT POWER DVD EXIT MODE AR C MARK TV T EXT INFO
VCR
D/A TV
INPUT
POWER
DVD
EXIT
MODE
AR
C
MARK
TV
T
EXT
INFO
i
GUIDE
OK
MENU
VOL
M UTE
FAV
PR
LIST
Q.VIEW
SIZE
UPDATE
INDEX
STILL
TIME
REVEAL
MIX
I/II
?
PIP PR-
PIP PR+
SWAP
PIPINPUT
PIP
M/CEJECT
SLEEP
APM

POWER switches the set on from standby or off to standby.

INPUT Selects the TV, AV, Component, RGB or HDMI modes. switches the set on from standby.

RGB or HDMI modes. switches the set on from standby. Brings up the menu to select

Brings up the menu to select the Photo or Music mode of Xstudio for memory cards.

ARC

Changes the picture format.

MARK

Selects the wanted functions.

EXIT Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing from any menu.

OK accepts your selection or displays the current mode.

DD / EE or FF / GG

Adjusts menu settings. Selects menu item.

FAV selects a favourite programme.

NUMBER buttons

Q.VIEW Returns to the previously viewed programme.

MAIN STILL

freezes motion of the picture.

I/II

selects the sound output or the audio

mode.

SLEEP Sets the sleep timer.

APM(Adaptive Picture Mode) Concurrently, compare with the Dynamic, Standard, Mild and User on the screen.

the Dynamic , Standard , Mild and User on the screen. LIGHT Illuminates the remote control

LIGHT Illuminates the remote control buttons of selected mode.

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<Front Panel Controls>

OK I NPUT
OK
I NPUT
<Front Panel Controls> OK I NPUT 1 7 8 6 5 4 3 2 9 1.

1

7

8

6

5

4

3

2

9

1. Remote Control Sensor

2. Power Button Switches the set on from standby or off to standby.

3. INPUT Button Selects the TV, AV, Component, RGB or HDMI modes. Switches the set on from standby.

4. MENU Displays on screen menus one by one. Exits the current menu. Memorizes menu changes.

5. OK Accepts your selection or displays the current mode.

6. DD / EE (Programme Up/Down) Selects a programme or a menu item. Switches the set on from standby. FF / GG (Volume Up/Down) Adjusts the volume. Adjusts menu settings.

7. INDEX Switches LED Display on or off.

8. Power Indicator Illuminates red in standby mode, illuminates green when the set is turned on.

9. Memory Card Slots 1, 2

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<Back Panel>

AA//VVIINNPPUUTT22 9 AC INPUT VIDEOR AUDIO L/MONO S-VIDEO
AA//VVIINNPPUUTT22
9
AC INPUT
VIDEOR
AUDIO
L/MONO
S-VIDEO

1

2

3

4

1. RS-232C INPUT (CONTROL/SERVICE) PORT Connect to the RS-232C port on a PC.

2. CONTROL LOCK / REMOTE CONTROL

3. DVI INPUT/COMPONENT 1 INPUT/OUTPUT (DIGITAL AUDIO (OPTICAL))

Connect digital audio from various types of equipment.

Note: In standby mode, these ports will not work.

4. HDMI/DVI INPUT / AUDIO INPUT / RGB INPUT (PC/DTV)

Connect the monitor output socket of the PERSONAL COM- PUTER to this socket.

Note: If you want to use RGB/DVI audio, we strongly rec- ommend that you use the cable that has a core, or the EMI Filter core along with separate cable.

5. COMPONENT INPUT Connect DVD video outputs to Y, PB, PR of COMPONENT INPUT and audio outputs to Audio sockets of AUDIO INPUT.

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5

6

7

8

6. AUDIO/VIDEO IN SOCKETS (A/V INPUT1) Connect the audio/video out sockets of external equipment to these sockets. S-VIDEO/AUDIO IN SOCKETS Connect the S-VIDEO out socket of the VCR to the S-VIDEO socket. Connect the audio out sockets of the VCR to the audio sock- ets as in A/V INPUT1. AUDIO/VIDEO OUT SOCKETS (MONITOR OUTPUT)

7. ANTENNA INPUT

8. POWER CORD SOCKET This Monitor operates on AC power. The voltage is indicated on the Specifications page. Never attempt to operate the Monitor on DC power.

9. AUDIO/VIDEO IN SOCKETS (A/V INPUT2) S-VIDEO/AUDIO IN SOCKETS

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SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE : Specifications and others are subject to change without notice for improvement.

V

Application Range

 

This spec is applied to the 42”/50”/60”PDP TV used DF-057B Chassis.

 

V

Specification

 

Each part is tested as below without special appointment. 1) Temperature : 25±5°C (77±9°F) 2) Relative Humidity: 65±10% 3) Power Voltage: Standard Input voltage (100-240V~, 50/60Hz) * Standard Voltage of each product is marked by models. 4) Specification and performance of each parts are followed each drawing and specification by part number in accordance with BOM. 5) The receiver must be operated for about 20 minutes prior to the adjustment.

V

Test Method

 

1) Performance : LGE TV test method followed. 2) Demanded other specification Safety: CE, IEC specification EMC : CE, IEC

 
 

Model Name

Market

Remark

60PY2D

Australia

Safety : IEC60065, EN60065

EMC : CISPR 13 Class B

V

General Specification

 

No

Item

 

Specification

 

Remark

Min

Typ

Max

Unit

1

Broadcasting system

PAL-B/G, DTV : DVB-T

   

2

Available Channel

VHF : 00~12

   

UHF : 28~69

CATV : 02~44

DTV : 06~12, 27~69

3

Tuner IF

PAL : 38.90 MHz

   

DVB-T : 36.167 MHz

4

Input Voltage

240V~, 50Hz

 

Maker : Sanken

5

PDP Module

PDP60X5

RGB Close Type

6

Aspect ratio

16:9(wide)

 

7

Operating Temperature

0

 

40

deg

 

8

Operating Humidity

   

85

%

 

9

Storage Temperature

-20

 

60

deg

 

10

Storage Humidity

   

85

%

 

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V PDP MODULE(PDP60X5)

1) General Specification

No

 

Item

 

Specification

 

Remark

 

Min

Typ

Max

Unit

1

Display area

1319.6(H) * 741.9(V) ± 0.5

mm

 

2

Outline dimension

1408(H) * 828(V) * 60(D) ± 1

mm

 

3

Number of Pixels

1366(H) * 768(V)

   

1Pixel = 3RGB Cells

4

Cell Pitch

322(H) * 966(V)

 

Um

1Pixel = 3RGB Cells

5

Color arrangement

RGB vertical stripe

     

6

Weight(net)

32

33

34

Kg

 

7

weight(gross)

122

123

124

Kg

3EA 1BOX

8

Operating

Temperature

0 ~ 40

 

deg

 

Environment

Humidity

20

~ 80

 

%

Pressure

800

~ 1100

hPa

Altitude : 0 to 2000M

9

Storage

Temperature

-20 ~ 60

 

deg

 

Environment

Humidity

10

~ 90

 

%

Pressure

700

~ 1100

hPa

10

Image stick

Start time

4.5

5

5.5

min

 

minimization mode

Low Brightness Arrival Time

 

14

15

16

min

 

2) Electro Optical Characteristic Specifications

No

Item

   

Specification

   

Remark

Min

Typ

Max

Unit

 

1

White peak brightness

 

750

1000

 

cd/m 2

1/25 white window

2

White average brightness

 

130

160

 

cd/m 2

Full white

 

3

Brightness uniformity

 

-15

0

15

%

Full white

 

4

Color coordinate

WHITE

X

0.275

0.290

0.305

   

Y

0.310

0.325

0.340

 

5

Color coordinate uniformity

 

-0.010

Ave.

+0.010

 

Full White

6

Contrast ratio at dark room

 

3500:1

5000:1

     

7

Contrast ratio at office room

 

40:1

60:1

     

8

Power Consumption

   

500

570

W

 

No

Item

   

Specification

   

Remark

Min

Typ

Max

Unit

 

1

Non ignition dot + Unstable dot

 

A zone

   

4

Cells/screen

2

cell conjunction point : N < 2

B zone

11

3

cell conjunction point : N = 0

2

Uncontrollable dot

A zone

   

2

Cells/screen

2

cell conjunction point : N = 0

B zone

3

 

3

Non extinguishing dot

A zone

   

0

Cells/screen

2

cell conjunction point : N = 0

B zone

0

 

4

Cell defect distance

 

25

   

mm

 

5

Total cell defects

   

15

sub pixel

Full screen

3) Cell Defects

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ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS

1. Application Object

These instructions are applied to all of the PDP TV, DF-057B.

2. Notes

(1) Because this is not a hot chassis, it is not necessary to use an isolation transformer. However, the use of isolation transformer will help protect test equipment. (2) Adjustments must be done in the correct order. (3) The adjustments must be performed in the circumstance of 25±5°C of temperature and 65±10% of relative humidity if there is no specific designation. (4) The input voltage of the receiver be must kept 220V, 60Hz when adjusting. (5) The receiver must be operational for about 15 minutes prior to the adjustments.

O After receiving 100% white pattern, the receiver must be operate prior to adjustment.(Or white condition in HEAT- RUN mode)

O Enter into HEAT-RUN MODE - Press the POWER ON KEY on R/C for adjustment. OSD display and screen display 100% full WHITE PATTERN.

[ Set is activated HEAT-RUN without signal generator in this mode.

(2) Va Adjustment

1) After receiving 100% Full White Pattern by Video/RGB or selecting White Mode of Heat-Run Mode, Execute HEAT RUN over 10 minutes. 2) Connect + terminal of D.M.M to Va pin of P805, and connect - terminal to GND pin of P805. 3) After turning RV501, voltage of D.M.M adjustment as same as Va voltage which on label of panel right/top. (Deviation; ±0.5V)

(3) Vs Adjustment

1) Connect + terminal of D.M.M to Vs pin of P805, connect – terminal to GND pin of P805. 2) After turning RV401, voltage of D.M.M adjustment as same as Va voltage which on label of panel right/top. (Deviation; ±0.5V)

4. EDID(The extended display Identification data) / DDC(Display Data Channel) Download

This is the function that enables “Plug and Play".

4-1. Required Test Equipment

1) PC, Jig for adjusting DDC (PC serial to D-sub. Connection equipment) 2) DVI to HDMI Connector

If you turn on a still screen more than 20 minutes (Especially Digital pattern, Cross
If you turn on a still screen more than 20 minutes (Especially
Digital pattern, Cross Hatch Pattern), an afterimage may occur
in the black level part of the screen.
4-2. Composition of Device
PDP
SET
Each PCB Assy must be checked by Check JIG Set before
assembly. (Especially, be careful Power PCB Assy which can
cause Damage to the PDP Module.)

3. POWER PCB Assy Voltage

Adjustment (Va, Vs Voltage Adjustment)

3-1. Test Equipment : D.M.M 1EA 3-2. Adjustment Method (6709V00008A)

(1) Connection Diagram for Measuring : fig. 1 Va ADJ RV401 Va GND VS P805
(1) Connection Diagram for Measuring : fig. 1
Va ADJ
RV401
Va
GND
VS
P805
DMM
5V
GND
+
-
P804
Vs ADJ
RV501
PN5B
PN8B
PN2B

<Fig.1> Connection diagram of power adjustment for measuring

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4-3. EDID DATA

- Download only EDID for HDMI.

 

00

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

0A

0B

0C 0D

0E

0F

00

|

00

FF

FF

FF

FF

FF

FF

00

1E

6D

01

01

01

01

01

01

10

|

23

0E

01

03

80

6E

3E

78

0A

31

30

A5

58

3B

B8

26

20

|

0F

4B

52

2F CE

00

31

CA 01

01

01

01

01

01

01

01

30

|

01

01

01

01

01

01

64

19

00

40

41

00

26

30

18

60

40

|

36

00

3C 6C

32

00

00

18

D6

09

80

A0

20

E0

2D

1E

50

|

10

60

A2

00

3C 6C

32

08

08

18

00

00

00

FD

00

4C

60

|

4E

19

3E

08

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

01

70

|

00

4C

47

20

54

56

0A

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

01

D7

80

|

02

03

1A

72

23

15

07

50

47

01

03

05

04

12

13

94

90

|

83

0F

00

00

65

03

0C

00

10

00

01

1D

00

72

51

D0

A0 |

1E

20

6E

28

55

00

4C 6C

42

00

00

1E

01

1D

80

18

B0 |

71

1C

16

20

58

2C

25

00

4C 6C

42

00

00

9E

8C

0A

C0 |

01

90

20

40

31

20

0C

00

55

00

4C 6C

42

00

00

18

D0 |

8C

1D

00

BC

52

D0

1E

20

B8

28

55

40

4C 6C

42

00

E0 |

00

1E

01

1D

80

D0

72

1C

16

20

10

2C

25

80

4C 6C

F0 |

42

00

00

9E

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

45

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4-4. EDID S/W Execution and Setting

1) Connect the Set, EDID Download Jig, PC & Cable. And Execute the S/W : EDID TESTER Ver,2.5 2) Set up S/W option Repeat Number : 3 Device Address : A0 PageByte : 8

option Repeat Number : 3 Device Address : A0 PageByte : 8 4-5. Sequence of Adjustment

4-5. Sequence of Adjustment

1) Init the data

A0 PageByte : 8 4-5. Sequence of Adjustment 1) Init the data 2) Load the EDID

2) Load the EDID data.(Open File) [Digital(HDMI) : Checksum(5750)] 3) Set the S/W as below.

[Digital(HDMI) : Checksum(5750)] 3) Set the S/W as below. 4) Push the “Write Data & Verify”button.

4) Push the “Write Data & Verify”button. And input the data. 5) If the writing is finished, you will see the “OK” message.

5. AD9883A-Set Adjustment

5-1. Synopsis

AD9883A-Set adjustment to set the black level and the Gain of optimum with an automatic movement from the analog => digital converter.

5-2. Test Equipment

Service R/C, MSPG925 Series Pattern Generator (720P 60Hz Color Bar Pattern output will be possible and the output level will accurately have to be revised with 0.7±0.1Vp-p)

level will accurately have to be revised with 0.7±0.1Vp-p) <Fig. 2> Adjustment Pattern : 720P 60Hz

<Fig. 2> Adjustment Pattern : 720P 60Hz Color Bar Pattern

5-3. Adjustment

(1) Input the color Bar Pattern of the 720P 60Hz Mode what is supportable to Component2 or RGB-DTV INPUT and the select the Input Mode as Component2. (2) After receiving signal for at least 1 second, press the ADJ Key on the Service R/C to enter the ‘Ez - Adjust’ and then select the ‘1. AD9883A-Set’. Pressing the Vol + Key to adjust with automatic movement. (3) If Component adjustment is completed normality, 'Component Adjustment OK' is displayed and if RGB adjustment is completed normality, 'RGB Adjustment OK' is displayed. If the adjustment has errors, 'AD9883A-Failed! Try Again' is displayed. (4) Readjust after confirming the case Pattern or adjustment condition where the adjustment errors. (5) After adjustment is complete, exit the adjustment mode by pressing the ADJ KEY.

6. Adjustment of White Balance

6-1. Required Equipment

(1) Color analyzer (CA-100 or similar product) (2) Automatic adjustor (with automatic adjustment hour necessity and the RS-232C communication being possible) (3) AV Pattern Generator

6-2. Connection Diagram of Equipment

for Measuring (Automatic Adjustment)

216 FULL WHITE

for Measuring (Automatic Adjustment) 216 FULL WHITE COLOR ANALYZER TYPE; CA-100 HDMI signal input PDP MONITOR

COLOR

ANALYZER

TYPE; CA-100

HDMI signal input

PDP MONITOR MSPG-925 Series
PDP MONITOR
MSPG-925 Series

<Fig. 3> Connection Diagram of Automatic Adjustment

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[[. RS-232C Command (Automatic Adjustment)

 

RS-232C Command [CMD ID DATA]

 

CENTER

 

MIN

(DEFAULT)(Hex)

MAX

Cool

Mid

Warm

Cool

Mid

Warm

R

Gain

Jg

Ja

Jg

00

C0

C0

C0

ff

G

Gain

Jh

Jb

Jh

00

C0

C0

C0

ff

B

Gain

Ji

Jc

Ji

00

C0

C0

C0

ff

R

Offset

     

00

39

39

39

7f

G

Offset

     

00

36

36

36

7f

B

Offset

     

00

36

36

36

7f

6-3. Adjustment of White Balance(manual)

O Operate the Zero-calibration of the CA-100, then attach sensor to PDP module surface when you adjust. O Manual adjustment is also possible by the following sequence.

(1) Enter ‘3.White-Pattern’ by pressing ADJ KEY on the Service Remote Control. (2) Select "Test Pattern White" using Vol +/- Key and Execute HEAT RUN at least 15 minutes. (3) Receive the HDMI/DVI 720p 60Hz, Full size, 216 Gray window pattern signal from AV Pattern Generator. Input mode : HDMI/DVI Baud rate = 115200bps (4) Select the condition of screen Adjustment as ‘Dynamic’. (5) After attaching sensor to center of screen, select ‘2. White- Balance’ in ‘Ez - Adjust’ by pressing the ADJ KEY on the Service R/C. Then enter adjustment mode by pressing the Right KEY (G) .

a. case color temperature is Cool.

In

B

Gain = 192(lock)

R-Offset/ G-Offset/ B-Offset : 57/ 54/ 54 (lock) Adjust the High Light by using R Gain/ G Gain.

b. case color temperature is Medium

In

R

Gain = 192 (lock)

R-Offset/ G-Offset/ B-Offset : 57/ 54/ 54 (lock) Adjust the High Light by using G Gain/ B Gain.

c. In case color temperature is Warm

R Gain = 192 (lock)

R-Offset/ G-Offset/ B-Offset : 57/ 54/ 54 (lock)

Adjust the High Light by using G Gain/ B Gain. (7) Adjust using Volume +/- KEY. luminosity value : High Level : 216gray

a. Cool : X=0.278±0.002, Y=0.279±0.002 Color temperature : 11000°K±1000°K, dUV=-3dUV

b. Medium : X=0.287±0.002, Y=0.289±0.002 Color temperature : 9300°K±1000°K, dUV=-3dUV

c. Warm : X=0.315±0.002, Y=0.316±0.002 Color temperature : 6500°K±1000°K, dUV=-3dUV

(8) After adjustment is complete, move to Ez - Adjust screen by pressing the ENTER(A) KEY. Then exit the adjustment mode by press ADJ KEY.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

1. Sanken Power Board Structure

P806
P806
1 2 3
1
2
3

T221: Vs Trans T271: Va Trans T121: St-by Trans T201: Low Voltage Trans

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2. Protect Mode

(1) Symptom

Ø After once shining, it does not discharged minutely from the module

Ø The Rely falls(The sound is audible “click”)

Ø It is converted with the color where the front LED is red from green.

with the color where the front LED is red from green. (2) Check following Is the
with the color where the front LED is red from green. (2) Check following Is the

(2) Check following

Is the Power Board normal?

No

Is the Power Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

Is the Power Board normal? No     Yes Is the each connector normal? No  

Is the each connector normal?

No

Is the each connector normal? No
 
 

Yes

Yes Is the each connector normal? No     Yes Is the Y- Board normal? No

Is the Y- Board normal?

No

Is the Y- Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the Y- Board normal? No     Yes Is the Z- Board normal?

Is the Z- Board normal?

No

Is the Z- Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the Z- Board normal? No     Yes Is the X- Board normal?

Is the X- Board normal?

No

Is the X- Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the X- Board normal? No     Yes Is the Ctrl Board normal?

Is the Ctrl Board normal?

No

Is the Ctrl Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the Ctrl Board normal? No     Yes Is the VSC Board normal?

Is the VSC Board normal?

No

Is the VSC Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

No     Yes Is the VSC Board normal? No     Yes Is the COF

Is the COF of X, Y, Z normal?

No

Is the COF of X, Y, Z normal? No
 

Is output the normality Low/High voltage except Stand-by 5V?

No

 

After connecting well each connector, the normality it operates?

No

 

Is the Fuse(FS2) on Y-B/D normal? (In case of open is replace)

Yes

 

Is the Fuse(FS1, FS2) on Z-B/D normal? (In case of open is replace)

Yes

 

Is the output voltage normal after

Yes

remove P1, 2, 3, 4, 5 connector of X-B/D?

 

Is the output voltage normal after

Yes

remove P1, 2, 4, 9, 10 connector of Ctrl-B/D?

 

Is the output voltage normal after remove P1001, P1100?

Yes

 

Board.

Replace Power Board. connector.

connector.

Replace the Yes   Board. Replace Power connector. Is the output voltage normal after remove P5, P6 connector

Is the output voltage normal after remove P5, P6 connector of Y-B/D?  Board. Replace Power connector. Replace the Yes Yes Replace Replace Y-Board. Is the output voltage

Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes

Yes

Yes Yes
Yes Yes

Yes

Yes Yes

Replace

Replace

Y-Board.P5, P6 connector of Y-B/D? Yes Yes Replace Replace Is the output voltage normal after remove

Is the output voltage normal after remove P1 connector of Z-B/D?P6 connector of Y-B/D? Yes Yes Replace Replace Y-Board. Z-Board. After remove P1, P2, P3 output

Z-Board.output voltage normal after remove P1 connector of Z-B/D? After remove P1, P2, P3 output voltage

After remove P1, P2, P3 output voltage

Replace

normality: Replace Right X-B/D After remove P4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/DZ-Board. After remove P1, P2, P3 output voltage Replace X-Board. After remove P1001, 1100 normal operation:

X-Board.remove P4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/D After remove P1001, 1100 normal operation: Replace

P4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/D X-Board. After remove P1001, 1100 normal operation: Replace

After remove P1001, 1100 normal operation: Replace VSC BoardP4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/D X-Board. After crisis COF of each board, check

After crisis COF of each board, check the normality operates.

If in case normality operates, correspondence COF Fail is replace the module.

- 13 -

3. No Raster

(1) Symptom

Ø It does not discharged from the module.

Ø It maintains the condition where the front LED is green.

Ø It maintains the condition where the front LED is green. (2) Check following Is the

(2) Check following

Is the Power Board normal?

No

Is the Power Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

Is the Power Board normal? No     Yes Is the each connector normal? No  

Is the each connector normal?

No

Is the each connector normal? No
 
 

Yes

Yes Is the each connector normal? No     Yes Is the Y- Board normal? No

Is the Y- Board normal?

No

Is the Y- Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the Y- Board normal? No     Yes Is the Z- Board normal?

Is the Z- Board normal?

No

Is the Z- Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the Z- Board normal? No     Yes Is the X- Board normal?

Is the X- Board normal?

No

Is the X- Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the X- Board normal? No     Yes Is the Ctrl Board normal?

Is the Ctrl Board normal?

No

Is the Ctrl Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

  Yes Is the Ctrl Board normal? No     Yes Is the VSC Board normal?

Is the VSC Board normal?

No

Is the VSC Board normal? No
 
 

Yes

No     Yes Is the VSC Board normal? No     Yes Is the COF

Is the COF of X, Y, Z normal?

No

Is the COF of X, Y, Z normal? No
 

Is output the normality Low/High voltage except Stand-by 5V?

No

 

After connecting well each connector, the normality it operates?

No

 

Is the Fuse(FS2) on Y-B/D normal? (In case of open is replace)

Yes

 

Is the Fuse(FS1, FS2) on Z-B/D normal? (In case of open is replace)

Yes

 

Is the output voltage after remove

Yes

P1, 2, 3, 4, 5 connector of X-B/D normal?

 

Is the output voltage after remove

Yes

P1, 2, 4, 9, 10 connector of Ctrl- B/D normal?

 

Is the output voltage normal after remove P1001, P1100?

Yes

 

Board.

Replace Power Board. connector.

connector.

Replace the Yes   Board. Replace Power connector. Is the output voltage normal after remove P5, P6 connector

Is the output voltage normal after remove P5, P6 connector of Y-B/D?  Board. Replace Power connector. Replace the Yes Yes Replace Replace Y-Board. Is the output voltage

Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes

Yes

Yes Yes
Yes Yes

Yes

Yes Yes

Replace

Replace

Y-Board.P5, P6 connector of Y-B/D? Yes Yes Replace Replace Is the output voltage normal after remove

Is the output voltage normal after remove P1 connector of Z-B/D?P6 connector of Y-B/D? Yes Yes Replace Replace Y-Board. Z-Board. After remove P1, P2, P3 output

Z-Board.output voltage normal after remove P1 connector of Z-B/D? After remove P1, P2, P3 output voltage

After remove P1, P2, P3 output voltage

Replace

normality: Replace Right X-B/D After remove P4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/DZ-Board. After remove P1, P2, P3 output voltage Replace X-Board. After remove P1001, P1100 normal operation:

X-Board.remove P4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/D After remove P1001, P1100 normal operation: Replace

P4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/D X-Board. After remove P1001, P1100 normal operation: Replace

After remove P1001, P1100 normal operation: Replace VSC BoardP4, P5 output voltage normality: Replace Left X-B/D X-Board. After crisis COF of each board, check

After crisis COF of each board, check the normality operates.

If in case normality operates, correspondence COF Fail is replace the module.

- 14 -

4. No Power

(1) Symptom

Ø It is not discharged minutely from the module.

Ø Light does not come in into the front LED.

the module. Ø Light does not come in into the front LED. (2) Check following Is

(2) Check following

Is the power cord plug in?

front LED. (2) Check following Is the power cord plug in? Yes Is the Line Filter

Yes

Is the Line Filter and Power Board Cable connected?

in? Yes Is the Line Filter and Power Board Cable connected? Yes No Plug in the

Yes

No

Is the Line Filter and Power Board Cable connected? Yes No Plug in the power cord.

Plug in the power cord.Is the Line Filter and Power Board Cable connected? Yes No No Connect the Cable. Is

No

Board Cable connected? Yes No Plug in the power cord. No Connect the Cable. Is the

Connect the Cable.Board Cable connected? Yes No Plug in the power cord. No Is the Fuse(F101) on Power

Is the Fuse(F101) on Power Board normal?

Connect the Cable. Is the Fuse(F101) on Power Board normal? Yes No Replace the Fuse. Is

Yes

No

the Cable. Is the Fuse(F101) on Power Board normal? Yes No Replace the Fuse. Is the

Replace the Fuse.the Cable. Is the Fuse(F101) on Power Board normal? Yes No Is the Power Board and

Is the Power Board and VSC Board Cable connected?

No

Fuse. Is the Power Board and VSC Board Cable connected? No Connect the Cable. Yes Is

Connect the Cable.Fuse. Is the Power Board and VSC Board Cable connected? No Yes Is the Power cables

Board and VSC Board Cable connected? No Connect the Cable. Yes Is the Power cables of

Yes

Is the Power cables of the VSC Board Cable connected?

Is the Power cables of the VSC Board Cable connected?
Is the Power cables of the VSC Board Cable connected?
Is the Power cables of the VSC Board Cable connected? Yes No

Yes

No

Is the Power cables of the VSC Board Cable connected? Yes No
Is the Power cables of the VSC Board Cable connected? Yes No
cables of the VSC Board Cable connected? Yes No Replace the cables. After the cable connect
cables of the VSC Board Cable connected? Yes No Replace the cables. After the cable connect

Replace the cables.cables of the VSC Board Cable connected? Yes No After the cable connect is removed to

After the cable connect is removed to Power Board(except the CN101 connection cable), the AC voltage marking is authorized on manual. When ST-BY 5V is not operated, replace Power Board

- 15 -

5. In case of occurring strange screen into specific mode

5-1. In case the OSD does not displayed

(1) Symptom

Ø LED is green

Ø The minute discharge continuously becomes accomplished from module

(2) Check following

Is the LVDS cable normal?

No

from module (2) Check following Is the LVDS cable normal? No Yes Replace the cable. Is
Yes Replace the cable.
Yes
Replace the cable.

Is the LVDS cable connected correctly?

Replace the cable. Is the LVDS cable connected correctly? Yes No Connect the cable correctly. No

Yes

the cable. Is the LVDS cable connected correctly? Yes No Connect the cable correctly. No Yes

No

Connect the cable correctly.

No Yes Yes Yes Is the VSC Digital Board normal? Does the Thine IC (IC1401)operates
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Is the VSC Digital
Board normal?
Does the Thine IC
(IC1401)operates ?
Does the IEP
(IC1301) operates?
Does the scaler
(IC701) Operates?
No
No
No
Replace Thine
Replace
Replace
IC(IC1401).
IEP(IC1301).
Scaler(IC701).
Yes
No
Is the Ctrl Board of
Module normal?
Replace Ctrl B/D.

- 16 -

Replace the VSC Digital B/D

5-2. In case of does’t display the screen into specific mode

(1) Symptom Ø The screen does not become the display from specific input mode (2)
(1) Symptom
Ø The screen does not become the display from specific input mode
(2) Check following
Ø Check the all input mode should become normality display.
Ø Check the Video(Main)/Data(Sub), Video(Main)/Video(Sub) should become
normality display from the PIP mode or DW mode. (Re-Check it Swap)
Check the VPC3230(IC201) if the main picture is abnormal, and
Check the VPX3226(IC301) if the sub picture is abnormal.

(3) In case of becomes unusual display from RF mode

Is the Tuner normal?

of becomes unusual display from RF mode Is the Tuner normal? Yes No Is the Tuner

Yes

No

unusual display from RF mode Is the Tuner normal? Yes No Is the Tuner Cable| connected

Is the Tuner Cable| connected correctly?

normal? Yes No Is the Tuner Cable| connected correctly? No Yes Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Yes

Is the Input voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output normal?

Is the Input voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output normal?

Is the Input voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output normal? No

No

voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output normal? No Connect the Cable correctly. Replace the Tuner Is
voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output normal? No Connect the Cable correctly. Replace the Tuner Is

Connect the Cable correctly.

Replace the Tuner

Is the CXA2069Q (IC301) normal?

No

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 
IIC No Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Yes Is
IIC No Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Yes Is

Replace the ICIIC No Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Yes Is the VPC3230 or

Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Yes Is the VPC3230

Replace the ICCommunication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal?

Yes and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226

Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal?

Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal?

No

Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? No
Replace the IC Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? No (4) In the case of

(4) In the case of becomes unusual display from AV mode

Is the CXA2069Q normal?

No

unusual display from AV mode Is the CXA2069Q normal? No Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226
unusual display from AV mode Is the CXA2069Q normal? No Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226

Yes

Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal?

CXA2069Q normal? No Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal?

Yes

No
No

Is the Scaler normal?

Is the Scaler normal? No

No

Is the Scaler normal? No
Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the IC
Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the IC
Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the IC
Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the IC

Replace the ICnormal? No Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No

Replace the ICnormal? No Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No

Replace the ICnormal? No Yes Is the VPC3230 or VPX3226 normal? Yes No Is the Scaler normal? No

- 17 -

(5) in case of becomes unusual display from Component, RGB-DTV/PC mode

Is the CXA2181Q (IC401) normal?

No

Is the CXA2181Q (IC401) normal? No
 
 

Yes

Is the CXA2181Q (IC401) normal? No     Yes Is the AD9883 (IC501) normal? No  

Is the AD9883 (IC501) normal?

No

Is the AD9883 (IC501) normal? No
 
 

Yes

normal? No     Yes Is the AD9883 (IC501) normal? No     Yes Is the

Is the Scaler normal?

No

Is the Scaler normal? No
 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 
IIC No Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Replace the

Replace the ICIIC No Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC (6) in

Communication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Replace the IC (6)

Replace the ICCommunication and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC (6) in case of

and HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC Replace the IC (6) in

Replace the ICand HV sync normal?   Replace the IC Replace the IC (6) in case of becomes

(6) in case of becomes unusual display from HDMI-DVI mode

Is the EDID correct?

No

unusual display from HDMI-DVI mode Is the EDID correct? No Input the correct EDID in the

Input the correct EDID in the EEPROM(IC102)

EDID correct? No Input the correct EDID in the EEPROM(IC102) Yes Is the Sil9011 (IC601) normal?

Yes

Is the Sil9011 (IC601) normal?

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 
 

Is the Input voltage, IIC

No

Communication and HV sync normal?

 

No

No Communication and HV sync normal?   No Replace the IC Yes Is the Scaler normal?

Replace the ICNo Communication and HV sync normal?   No Yes Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the

and HV sync normal?   No Replace the IC Yes Is the Scaler normal? No Replace
and HV sync normal?   No Replace the IC Yes Is the Scaler normal? No Replace

Yes

Is the Scaler normal?

No

  No Replace the IC Yes Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the IC (7) in
  No Replace the IC Yes Is the Scaler normal? No Replace the IC (7) in

Replace the IC  No Replace the IC Yes Is the Scaler normal? No (7) in case of becomes

(7) in case of becomes unusual display from HDMI-DV mode (at the PC input)

No Is the EDID correct? Yes
No
Is the EDID correct?
Yes

Input the correct EDID in the

EEPROM(IC102)

No Is the Graphic card driver of the PC the latest version? Update the Graphic
No
Is the Graphic card driver of the
PC the latest version?
Update the Graphic card driver
with the latest version
Yes
No
Is the Input voltage, IIC
No
Is the Scaler normal?
Communication and HV sync
normal?
Replace IC

- 18 -

6. In case of no sound

(1) Symptom

Ø LED is green

Ø Screen display but sound is not output

Ø LED is green Ø Screen display but sound is not output (2) Check following (If

(2) Check following (If HDMI sound is not output, Check the EDID at first)

Is the SPK cable normal?

output, Check the EDID at first) Is the SPK cable normal? Yes No Is the SPK

Yes

No

Check the EDID at first) Is the SPK cable normal? Yes No Is the SPK cable

Is the SPK cable

connected correctly?

cable normal? Yes No Is the SPK cable connected correctly? No Yes Connect the Cable correctly.

No

Yes

normal? Yes No Is the SPK cable connected correctly? No Yes Connect the Cable correctly. Replace

Connect the Cable correctly.

Replace SPK cable

No Is the Flat cable connected correctly? Connect the Cable correctly. Yes Is the No
No
Is the Flat cable
connected correctly?
Connect the Cable
correctly.
Yes
Is the
No
Is the
Is the
Yes
Yes
Yes
Is the RF
(Digital) sound
normal?
Yes
Is the Scaler
MSP4410K
NSP6241
TAS5122
(IC701)
(IC501)
(IC502)
(IC503)
normal?
normal?
normal?
normal?
No
No
No
No
Replace IC501
Replace IC502
Replace IC503
Replace IC701
Yes
Is the CS5530A
No
No
Is the RF(Analog)/ AV/
Component L-R sound
normal?
(IC1205), MC33078
(IC1206), Scaler
(IC701) normal?
Replace the IC
Yes
No
Is the SPDIF
sound normal
Is the 74LCX157
(IC1203), CS8415A
(IC1202), 74LCS244
(IC1201), Scaler
(IC701) normal?
No
Replace the IC

- 19 -

Replace

VSC Digital

B/D

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

MAIN(TOP)

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MAIN(TOP) - 20 -

- 20 -

MAIN(BOTTOM)

MAIN(BOTTOM) - 21 -

- 21 -

TUNER(TOP)

- 22 -

TUNER(BOTTOM)

TUNER(BOTTOM) - 23 -

- 23 -

EPF(TOP)

EPF(TOP) EPF(BOTTOM) CONTROL - 24 -

EPF(BOTTOM)

EPF(TOP) EPF(BOTTOM) CONTROL - 24 -

CONTROL

EPF(TOP) EPF(BOTTOM) CONTROL - 24 -

- 24 -

SIDE A/V(TOP)

SIDE A/V(TOP) SIDE A/V(BOTTOM) LED FAN EXT RIGHT FAN EXT LEFT AUDIO - 25 -

SIDE A/V(BOTTOM)

SIDE A/V(TOP) SIDE A/V(BOTTOM) LED FAN EXT RIGHT FAN EXT LEFT AUDIO - 25 -
LED FAN EXT RIGHT FAN EXT LEFT AUDIO
LED
FAN EXT RIGHT
FAN EXT LEFT
AUDIO
SIDE A/V(TOP) SIDE A/V(BOTTOM) LED FAN EXT RIGHT FAN EXT LEFT AUDIO - 25 -

- 25 -

BLOCK DIAGRAM

BLOCK DIAGRAM - 26 -

- 26 -

- 27 -

- 27 -

120

560

561

610

611

302

EXPLODED VIEW

122

300

301

121

600

601

123

303 305 306 309 570 307 308 261 107 210 260 201 262 590 202
303
305
306
309
570
307
308
261
107
210
260
201
262
590
202

501

520

530

502

250

630

206

244

- 28 -

106

108

211

620

208

203

582

581

260

212

204

205

401

430
430

200

209

580

103

400

104

105

240 241 242 243
240
241
242
243

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

The components identified by mark is critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

The components identified by mark is critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

No.

Part No.

Descriptions

103

5900V08004A

FAN, F8025L12B2-RG DONG YANG 80MM 12V 120MA 2300RPM 79G L 300MM

104

4980V00A48B

SUPPORTER, FAN EGI PRESS DU-60PY10

105

4980V00C98B

SUPPORTER, FAN AL FOR 60PY20 .

106

5900V06008B

FAN, G6015S12B2-RG DONGYANG 60*60*15 7V 1900RPM 6/12V L=500MM

107

4980V00E64A

SUPPORTER, FAN EGI FOR 60PY2DR

108

4980V00E66A

SUPPORTER, FAN SECC(EGI) 60PY2DR

120

6401VD0026A

SPEAKER ASSEMBLY, FULL RANGE(R) NON TN-50PY20

121

6401VD0026B

SPEAKER ASSEMBLY, FULL RANGE(L) NON TN-50PY20

122

6401VD0030A

SPEAKER ASSEMBLY, WOOFER(R) NON 60PY20

123

6401VD0030B

SPEAKER ASSEMBLY, WOOFER(L) NON 60PY20

2006348Q-B038F PDP, 60” 1365*768 16:9 PDP60X50554.AKLGG

6348Q-B038F

PDP, 60” 1365*768 16:9 PDP60X50554.AKLGG

201

6871QDH035C

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY YDRV ASSY HAND INSERT TOP(60X5) SN755866PZP

202

6871QDH036C

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY YDRV ASSY HAND INSERT BOTTOM(60X5) SN755866PZP

203

6871QLH046A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY XRLT ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A X LEFT BOTTOM

204

6871QXH029A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY XRCT ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A X CENTER BOTTOM

205

6871QRH053A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY XRRT ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A X RIGHT BOTTOM

206

6871QYH035B

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY YSUS ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A 4LAYER(EMI)

208

6871QCH055B

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY CTRL ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A 4023 LVDS

209

6871QZH040B

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY ZSUS ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A 4LAYER(EMI)

210

6871QLH045A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY XRLT ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A LEFT TOP

211

6871QXH028A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY XRCT ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A X CENTER TOP

212

6871QRH052A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY XRRT ASSY HAND INSERT 60X5A X RIGHT TOP

240

4980V00C96B

SUPPORTER, MODULE AL LEFT 60PY20

241

4980V00E22B

SUPPORTER, MODULE EGI FOR 60PY20(RIGHT)

242

4980V00A40D

SUPPORTER, MODULE EGI VERTICAL PRESS DU-60PY10 NEW

243

4980V00A45A

SUPPORTER, MODULE AL STAND DU-60PY10

244

4980V00E22A

SUPPORTER, MODULE EGI FOR 60PY20

250

4980V00C96A

SUPPORTER, MODULE AL RIGHT 60PY20

260

4980V00D91A

SUPPORTER, SIDE EGI MODULE/R

261

4980V00E25A

SUPPORTER, MODULE EGI SUPP. SIDE CONNECTION

262

4980V00E25B

SUPPORTER, MODULE EGI SUPP. SIDE CONNECTION BOTT

3003091V00753F CABINET ASSEMBLY, 60PY2D-AB STEREO E_PHONE DIGITAL

3091V00753F

CABINET ASSEMBLY, 60PY2D-AB STEREO E_PHONE DIGITAL

301

4811V00181B

BRACKET ASSEMBLY, SPEAKER 60PY20. AF04HA LEFT

302

4811V00181A

BRACKET ASSEMBLY, SPEAKER 60PY20 AF04HA RIGHT

303

4811V00183A

BRACKET ASSEMBLY, WOOFER 60PY20 AF04HA FRONT

305

3790V00267D

FILTER(MECH), MN60PZ90V 1160G03EK2 NBK 60” ECTHING MESH GLASS FILTER

306

4980V01164B

SUPPORTER, FILTER AL TOP FOR 60PY20 PRESS

307

4980V01165B

SUPPORTER, FILTER AL BOTT. FOR 60PY20 PRESS

308

4980V01166B

SUPPORTER, FILTER AL FOR 60PY20 RIGHT

309

4980V01167B

SUPPORTER, FILTER AL FOR 60PY20 LEFT

4003809V00526F BACK COVER ASSEMBLY, 60PY2D-AB 2PHONE NON.

3809V00526F

BACK COVER ASSEMBLY, 60PY2D-AB 2PHONE NON.

401

3300V00570A

PLATE, B/COVER AL VSC BOTTOM DT-60PY21

430

3501V00223A

BOARD ASSEMBLY, STAND 60PY20 AF05GA WITHOUT PACKING

501

3301V00101A

PLATE ASSEMBLY, ASSY VSC TUNER BOTTOM 569 60PY2D-AB

502

3301V00100A

PLATE ASSEMBLY, ASSY REAR AV 568 60PY2D-AB

520

6871VMMC60A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN DF-057B AUS 60PY2D-AB DIGITAL MANUAL

530

6871VSMF60A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,SUB TUNER DF057B AUS 60PY2D-AB ANALOG MANUAL

550

3141VSN260A

CHASSIS ASSEMBLY, SUB DF057B 60PY2D-AB EPF MAIN CHASSIS

560

6871VSMM95A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,SUB CONT AF05FA TU-50PY22 LOCAL KEY/M 7P

561

5020V01021A

BUTTON, CONTROL TN-50PY20 ABS, AF-303S 7KEY

570

68719SM150A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,SUB M.I DF057B 60PY2D-AB

LG LOGO ASSY

5806709V00007A POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY, PDP 60INCH AF05GA 780W 1H258WI SANKEN 60 INCH PFC PSU

6709V00007A

POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY, PDP 60INCH AF05GA 780W 1H258WI SANKEN 60 INCH PFC PSU

5816709V00008A POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY, PDP 60INCH AF05GA 780W 1H258WI SANKEN 60INCH MAIN PSU

6709V00008A

POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY, PDP 60INCH AF05GA 780W 1H258WI SANKEN 60INCH MAIN PSU

5826709V00009B POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY, PDP 60INCH AF05GA 780W 1H258WI SANKEN 60INCH ACIN PSU(WAFER)

6709V00009B

POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY, PDP 60INCH AF05GA 780W 1H258WI SANKEN 60INCH ACIN PSU(WAFER)

590

3141VSN939D

CHASSIS ASSEMBLY, SUB RF043A ACINLET ASSY SANKEN MODEL

600

6871VSMS67A

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,SUB A/V DF057B AUS 60PY2D-AV SIDE A/V MANUAL

601

4811V00177F

BRACKET ASSEMBLY, COVER SIDE AV,RT-50PY21 MF056B

611

4811V00176F

BRACKET ASSEMBLY, COVER EPF&BUTTON,50PY21 MF056B 50PY2R-ZB

620

6871VSMAPKC

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,SUB EXTRA M.I DF057B 60PY2D-AB

FAN EXT RIGHT

630

6871VSMAPKD

PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,SUB EXTRA M.I DF057B 60PY2D-AB

FAN EXT LEFT

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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

LOCA. NO

PART NO

DESCRIPTION

 

IC

IC1001

0IMCRXL004A

XC95288XL-10TQG144C,LF XILINX 144P LGDT1901A LG IC 24P SSOP CY2309SXC-1HT CYPRESS SOIC 16P AT76C120H-MU1-ZJ208,PB FREE ATMEL 24LC02BT-I/SNG(PB FREE) MICRO CHIP SN74HCT08D 16P R/TP QUADRUPLE PA9516APW PHILIPS 16P TSSOP R/TP ST3232CDR SGS-THOMSON SOP16 KIA7029AF SOT-89 TP 2.9V 74HC14D 14SOP TP SHITTER TRIGGER 74LCX244MTC FAIRCHILD 20P TSSOP CS8415A-CZR 28P TSSOP R/TP 96KHZ TC74LCX157FT 16P,TSSOP TP QUAD CS5331A-KSR 8SOIC TP ADC MC33078DR2G,LF ON SEMI 8P,SOIC LGDP4411 IEP2 LG IC 208P LQFP THC63LVD103 THINE ELECTRONICS 64P LM75CIMX-3 8P/SOP R/TP KIA78R09F KEC 5PIN DPAK R/TP 1A,9V KIA78R09F KEC 5PIN DPAK R/TP 1A,9V KIA78R05F KEC 5PIN DPAK R/TP 1A,5V BA033FP-E2 ROHM 3P-SOP,TO252-3 SC1565IST-1.8 SEMTECH 3P SOT223 TP KA7809R, FAIRCHILD 2P D-PAK, R/TP MIC39100-2.5WS MICREL 3P SOT223 BA033FP-E2 ROHM 3P-SOP,TO252-3 KIA78R05F KEC 5PIN DPAK R/TP 1A,5V BA033FP-E2 ROHM 3P-SOP,TO252-3 SC1565IST-1.8 SEMTECH 3P SOT223 TP THC63LVD104A,PB FREE(F) VPC3230D C5 MICRONAS 80P PQFP HY57V561620CTP-H,LF HYNIX 54PIN VPX3226F MICRONAS 44PIN PMQFP CXA2069Q QFP64 BK I2C BUS AV S/W SN74CBTLV3257DGVR 16P,TVSOP R/TP SN74CBTLV3257DGVR 16P,TVSOP R/TP SN74CBTLV3257DGVR 16P,TVSOP R/TP EPM3128ATC100-10 ALTERA 100P SDA6001 QH B12 MICRONAS 128P CXA2181Q SONY 48P QFP HY57V641620ETP-H,LF HYNIX 54P TSOPII AT24C16AN-10SU-2.7,LF ATMEL 8P KIA7027AF 3, SOT-89 TP RESET IC 2.7V MSP4410K MICRONAS 80P/PQFP THC63LVD103 64P TQFP AD9883AKST(Z)-110,LF ANALOG DEVICE 80P NSP-6241B,PB FREE 64P TQFP UDA1334BTS PHILIPS SSOP 16P R/TP LOW TAS5122DCARG4,LF 56P/TSSOP TAS5122DCARG4,LF 56P/TSSOP SC1565IST-1.8 SEMTECH 3P SOT223 TP

IC1003

0ICTMLG013A

IC1004

0IMCRCY002A

IC101

0IPRPAL005A

IC102

0IMMR00018A

IC103

0IMCRTI003A

IC1101

0IMCRPH026B

IC1102

0IMCRSG010A

IC1103

0IKE702900G

IC1104

0IPH741400E

IC1201

0IMCRFA013A

IC1202

0ICB841500B

IC1203

0ITO741570C

IC1205

0ICB533100A

IC1206

0ISTL00029A

IC1301

0ICTMLG018B

IC1401

0IMCRTH002A

IC1501

0IPRPNS054A

IC1502

0IPMGKE032A

IC1503

0IPMGKE032A

IC1601

0IPMGKE030A

IC1602

0IMCRRH001A

IC1603

0IMCRSJ001A

IC1604

0IMCRFA010A

IC1605

0IPRPML001A

IC1606

0IMCRRH001A

IC1607

0IPMGKE030A

IC1608

0IMCRRH001A

IC1609

0IMCRSJ001A

IC1901

0IMCRTH003B

IC201

0IIT323000E

IC202

0IMMRHY038E

IC301

0ILNRMN005B

IC301

0ISO206900A

IC301

0ISTL00002A

IC302

0ISTL00002A

IC303

0ISTL00002A

IC401

0IMCRAT005A

IC401

0IMCRMN023A

IC401

0IMCRSO025A

IC402

0IMMRHY001L

IC404

0IMCRAL006A

IC405

0IKE702700D

IC501

0IMCRMN028B

IC501

0IMCRTH002A

IC501

0IPRPAD008B

IC502

0IMCRNL001C

IC502

0IPRPPH041A

IC503

0IMCRTI028C

IC504

0IMCRTI028C

IC505

0IMCRSJ001A

LOCA. NO

PART NO

DESCRIPTION

IC506

0IPMGS1012A

SC1592ISTRT,PB FREE SEMTECH SOIC-8P SII9011CLU(PB FREE) SILICON IMAGE 128P TK11840L 8P SOT23L DC-DC CONVERTER KIA78R05F KEC 5PIN DPAK R/TP 1A,5V KA7809R, FAIRCHILD 2P D-PAK, R/TP MIC39100-2.5WS MICREL 3P SOT223 KIA78R05F KEC 5PIN DPAK R/TP 1A,5V SC1565IST-1.8 SEMTECH 3P SOT223 TP LGDT1102C HD2.3 LG IC SBGA-432P K4S641632H-UC75,LF 54P,TSOP K4S641632H-UC75,LF 54P,TSOP K4S641632H-UC75,LF 54P,TSOP K4S641632H-UC75,LF 54P,TSOP KIA7042AF SOT-89 TP 4.2V VOLTAGE 24LC16BT-I/SNG(PB FREE) MICRO CHIP S3C44BOX01-EDRO LQFP-160 K4S641632H-UC75,LF 54P,TSOP K4S641632H-UC75,LF 54P,TSOP 24LC256-I/SM 8P,SOP TP 256K IIC

IC601

0IPRPS5005A

IC601

0ITK118100B

IC602

0IPMGKE030A

IC603

0IMCRFA010A

IC604

0IPRPML001A

IC605

0IPMGKE030A

IC606

0IMCRSJ001A

IC701

0ICTMLG009C

IC702

0IMMRSS041G

IC703

0IMMRSS041G

IC704

0IMMRSS041G

IC705

0IMMRSS041G

IC802

0IKE704200J

IC803

0IMMR00022A

IC901

0IMCRSS016A

IC904

0IMMRSS041G

IC905

0IMMRSS041G

IC906

0IMP242560A

 

TRANSISTOR

IC503

0TRON80020A

NUS2401SNT1G,PNP/NPN DIGITAL TR CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC NTS2101PT1G,P-CHANNEL,PB FREE ON SEMI CHIP KRC102S KEC TP SOT-23 NA NA CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC NTR4501NT1G,N-CHANNEL,PB FREE ON SEMI CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC NTS2101PT1G,P-CHANNEL,PB FREE ON SEMI CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SA1504S(ASY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC CHIP 2SC3875S(ALY) BK KEC

Q100

0TR387500AA

Q101

0TR387500AA

Q102

0TR150400BA

Q103

0TR387500AA

Q104

0TR387500AA

Q105

0TR150400BA

Q106

0TR150400BA

Q107

0TR387500AA

Q201

0TR387500AA

Q202

0TR387500AA

Q203

0TR387500AA

Q301

0TR387500AA

Q302

0TR387500AA

Q303

0TR387500AA

Q304

0TR387500AA

Q305

0TR387500AA

Q306

0TR387500AA

Q401

0TR150400BA

Q401

0TR387500AA

Q402

0TR387500AA

Q501

0TFON80009A

Q501

0TR102009AG