Black Box IC515C Service manual

FILE NO. 330-200711GR
SERVICE MANUAL
3LCD DATA PROJECTOR
TLP-X2000E/B/U/C
TLP-X2500E/B/U/C
TLP-X3000E/B/U/C
The above models are classified as green product (s) (*1), as indicated by the underlined serial number (s).
This Service Manual describes replacement parts for green product (s). When repairing any green product (s), use
the parts described in this manual and lead-free solder (*2).
For (*1) and (*2) , see the next page.
© TOSHIBA CORPORATION
Published in Japan, July 2007 GREEN
I
Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Specifications
Using the Menus
Names of the Terminals on the Rear Panel
Name of each part on document camera
List of Supported Signals
1-1
1-1
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
Replaceable Part Hierarchy
Required Tools
Parts Replacement
Replacement of optical parts
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-15
SINGOWS 2000
3-1
3-1
Firmware Upgrade
4-1
4-1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
5-1
Chapter 5
Wiring Diagram
Block Diagram
5-1
5-2
6-1
Chapter 6
LED Display
Troubleshooting
Operation of Power Supply
6-1
6-2
6-9
Electrical adjustment
7- 1
7-1
Chapter 7
8-1
Chapter 8
Functional Test
8-1
Spare Parts List
9-1
9-1
Chapter 9
II
Chapter 1
Chapter 1
Specifications
1-1a
Chapter 1
Chapter 1
Specifications
1-1b
Chapter 1
Chapter 1
Specifications
1-1c
Chapter 1
1-2
Chapter 1
Using the Menus
1-3
Chapter 1
Names of the Terminals on the Rear Panel
1-4
Chapter 1
List of Supported Signals
1-5
Chapter 1
1-6
Chapter 2
Chapter 2
Replaceable Part Hierarchy
Replaceable Part Hierarchy
The flow chart below shows what parts must be removed to access each replaceable part in the projector.
The parts on the first level (Ex.Lamp cover) are accessible without removing any other parts.
The move levels down that a part is, the more parts you need to remove in order to access it.
Start
Power
Main
Front
panel
Remocon
receiver
Optical
Engine
LCD Fan
Foot ADJ
PCB
Sensor
Intake
Fan
Door SW
PBS Fan
Camera
Main
Exhaust
Fan
Balast &
FAN assy
Balast
Fan
Camera
KEY
Powe
Filter Fan
Lens
Lamp
Driver
Camera
CMOS
Color
wheel
Rear
panel
Camera
LED
Power
Filter
Thermal
SW
Lamp
cover
Lamp
Bracket
Control
panel
LED
board
Lens cover
Speaker
Camera
assy
Top cover
PCB Main
Cover for
Power
LCD
Panel
LCD Filter
2-1
Chapter 2
Required Tools
Item
Photo
Driver bit (䋫) No 2
Box driver M3
Driver bit (䋫) No 0
Torque driver bit (䋫) No 2
Nippers
Cutting pliers
2-2
Chapter 2
Parts Replacement
1.Lamp
No
Figure
Explanation
Remove two lamp cover screws.
1
Remove three lamp screws.
2
Lamp is pulled out.
2.Top Cover
Remove five screws at the bottom.
Remove two screws at the rear.
Remove a screw at the right.
Remove a screw at the left.
Top cover is removed.
3
2-3
Chapter 2
3.Main Board
Step
Figure
Explanation
All the connectors on a main board unit are removed.
1
Remove five screws.
Remove two screws at the rear cover.
2
Main board is removed.
3
2-4
Chapter 2
4.Main Power Unit
Step
Figure
Explanation
Remove four screws.
1
Cover & Power Intake FAN are removed.
2
Remove two screws.
Power Intake FAN are removed.
3
Remove a screw.
4
Main Power Unit is taken out.
5
2-5
Chapter 2
5.PBS & Ballast FANs
Step
Figure
Explanation
Remove six screws.
1
Balast & FAN assy is taken out.
2
Remove two screws.
Remove two screws.
3
Ballast FANs are removed.
4
PBS FANs are removed.
2-6
Chapter 2
6.Exhaust Fan
Remove no screw.
1
Note.
May be very tight.
Exhaust Fan is removed.
2
7.Ballast
Remove two screws.
1
Cover is removed.
2
Pinch a stud with cutting pliers. (4 points)
Then pull up PC Board.
Ballast is removed.
3
2-7
Chapter 2
8.Filter Power
Step
Figure
Explanation
Remove two screws.
1
Cover is removed.
2
Filter Power is taken out.
3
2-8
Chapter 2
9.Thermal Switch
Step
Figure
Explanation
Remove a screws.
1
Remove two screws.
2
Cover is removed.
3
Thermal Switch is removed.
4
2-9
Chapter 2
10.Optical Emgine
Step
Figure
Explanation
Remove three screws.
1
Optical Engine is taken out.
2
11.Relay Board
Step
Figure
Explanation
Remove three screws.
1
Relay Board is removed.
2
2-10
Chapter 2
15.Speaker
Remove a screws.
1
Speaker is removed.
2
2-11
Chapter 2
Replacement of Optical Parts
2-12
Chapter 2
2-13
Chapter 2
2-14
Chapter 2
2-15
Chapter 2
2-16
Chapter 2
2-17
Chapter 2
2-18
Chapter 2
2-19
Chapter 3
Chapter 3
SINGOWS 2000
Install the Software on the Computer
The software you download is bundled into one .MSI file.
Double-click the file to install the signal generating software.
The Install Wizard appears,ready to begin the install process.
Click the next button.
3-1
The Select Installation Folder dialog box appears.
Navigate to the location where you stored the software files.
Click the next button.
The confirm Installation dialog box appears.
Click the next button.
3-2
The Installing software dialog box appears.
The Installation Complete dialog box appears.
Click the close button.
3-3
Startup the Software
Open Windows Exploler, navigate to the location where you stored the files, Then double click the
SINGOWS2000.EXE.
Moreover, even if it chooses the shortcut of the All programs of start, it can startup.
3-4
Chapter 4
Chapter 4
Firmware Upgrade
Upgrade the software
Connect the control cable to the control terminal on the projector.
Then plug the RS232C connector on the other end of the cable into a RS232C port on the computer.
Open Windows Explorer navigate to the location where you stored the upgrade files, and then double click
the Firmware Upgrader.exe.
The Upgrade Wizard appears. Click the Choose button to open the Select File Dialog box.
In the Open File dialog box, select the .inf file, and then click Open button.
4-1
Chapter 4
The upgrade file appears in the Select File box.
Select the COM port.
Click Flash button.
4-2
Chapter 4
Press and hold the projector’ s[Input] and [Keystone] keys, and then plug in the power cord.
The projector starts the Firmware upgrade,
[LAMP], [ON/Standby] and [TEMP] LED’ s are RED blinking.
The computer begins downloading the upgrade files to the projector.
The process may take several minutes.
4-3
Chapter 4
When the upgrade finishes normally, the following dialog box appears.
Click the Close button.
The upgrade is complete.
4-4
Chapter 4
Confirm the software upgrade
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power up the projector.
On the projector keypad, press the MENU key to display the menus.
Press button Right or Left arrow to highlight Setting display.
The Setting display dialog box display the software version.
These should match the upgrade version you downloaded.
4-5
Chapter 5
Chapter 5
Wiring Diagram
5-1
Chapter 5
Block Diagram
BLOCK DIAGRAM 1/2
5-2
Chapter 5
Block Diagram 2/2
5-3
Chapter 6
Chapter 6
LED Display
LED Display (Problems Shown on LED Indicator Combination)
<Notes>
When each error occurs,after approx.one minute of abnormal display,
the projector turns to the standby state waiting for internal cool down.
[ L ] : LAMP, [ O ] : ON, [ T ] : TEMP
6-1
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
You use this section to diagnose problems with the projector. Choose the problem you
are trying to diagnose from the list below. The Power, Image and Audio sections
provide a variety of symptoms, while the other includes only one page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
For Power problems
For Image problems
For Audio problems
For Remote Control
For Keypad problems
For Menu problems
Troubleshooting Power Problems
The projector will not power up, only partially power up,
or will not remain powered up.
What is the problem?
No stand by LED
No lamp
At least some fans are running.
Lamp or projector shuts off after
running a short period of time.
No stand by LED
Check the Power cord and AC power outlet.
Check the Main power switch.
Check the Keypad cable has broken or not.
Check the connect cables inside the Unit.
Yes
Problem resolved.
Does the projector power up?
No
Check the voltage of CN106 (Power IN) at Main board
And also check the voltage of CN201 (Power Out) at Power Supply
when it removes the cable from Main board.
No
Replace the power supply
Is the power supply outputting?
Yes
Replace the Main board
6-2
Chapter 6
No lamp
Check the error code log at service mode
When there is the error code, refer to the LED error List.
When the error code is Lamp error (No.1), remove the lamp to see if it looks good.
There should be no ruptures, no bulges, and no cracks in the reflector.
Substitute a known good lamp if you want to be absolutely certain that the lamp is not the problem.
Replace the lamp.
Check the color wheel motor cable and color wheel sensor cable are connected to the Main board.
Yes
Does lamp enable measure low?
370V (DC): CN102 1PIN (RED)
(POWER SUPPLY SIDE)
(CN111 3PIN)
No
Is 370V (DC) input
of Ballast OK?
Yes
Replace the ballast
Are DC power voltage levels
No
Replace the power supply
OK on the Main board
Yes
Replace the Main board
Lamp or projector shuts off after running a Short period of time.
Note:
This is usually a thermal issue caused by excessively high internal temperature.
The high temperature could cause a component on the Main board or the power supply to fail when it gets hot.
Check the error code log at service mode
When there is the error code, refer to the LED error List.
Yes
Are all fans running?
Replace the Main Board
No
Replace the broken fan.
Yes
Problem resolved
Does the projector run property?
No
Replace the power supply
6-3
No
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting Image Problems
The image is not correct.
The projector starts and runs normally.
The menus are accessible.
The lamp is lit.
Upgrade the software to the latest version or reinstall the projector software.
Confirm that all image adjustments are set to factory defaults
Confirm that the cable and source signal Are good.
What is the problem?
No image at all.
Vertical or horizontal lines.
Sparkle picture.
Clusters of dark pixels.
Dim image
Bad or missing tint or color.
Missing logo,VGA,composite Video, or S-video.
Distorted image, noisy, rolling,torn,frozen,
” Plaid” repeated, or shifted image.
No image at all.
Vertical or horizontal lines.
Sparkly picture.
Clusters of dark pixels.
Replace the Main Board.
Yes
What is the problem?
No
Replace the optical engine
6-4
Problem resolved
Chapter 6
Dim image
Substitute known good lamp.
Yes
Replace the lamp.
Image brighter?
No
Substitute known good Main board.
Yes
Image brighter?
Replace the Main Board
No
Replace the optical engine
Bad or missing tint or color.
Distorted image, excess noise, rolling, torn, frozen,” Plaid” image, repeated single image or shifted image.
Make sure cables are good.
Check the color wheel delay index value in the service mode.
Yes
Image good?
Problem resolved
No
Replace the Main Board
6-5
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting Audio Problems
No audio or distored audio from the speaker.
Make sure cables are good.
Yes
Problem resolved
Is audio OK?
No
What is the problem?
No audio from the speaker
Audio is distoyed
No audio from the speaker.
Check the speaker resistance.
Yes
Connect a known good 16 ohms speaker
in place of the existing speaker.
Does it measure around 16 ohms?
No
No
Replace the speaker
Is audio OK?
Yes
Replace the Main board.
Problem resolved
Audio sounds scratchy or distored.
Verify that audio signal source and cables are good.
Sound good?
Yes
Problem resolved
No
Connect a known good 16 ohms speaker in the place of the existing speaker.
Yes
Sound good?
No
Replace the Main board.
Problem resolved
6-6
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting Remote Controller Problems
Infrared Remote Problem
Install known good batteries in the remote controller.
Yes
Does the remote work?
Problem resolved
No
Use a known good remote with the projector
Problem resolved
Does the remote work?
No
Replace the Main board.
Troubleshooting Keypad Problems
Keypad does not
respond to key presses.
Is a known good Key B.
available for substitution?
No
Substitute a known
good Main board.
Yes
Substitute the good key board.
Does the projector
respond the key presses?
Does the projector
Respond the key presses?
Yes
No
No
Replace the Main board.
Yes
Replace the Main board.
Replace the key board.
Replace the key board.
6-7
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting Menu Problems
Menu does not appear on screen.
Startup screen and other images appear normal.
Try pressing the Menu button on both the remote and keypad.
Yes
Yes
Does the menu appear?
No
If the keypad works and
the remote doesn’ t, go to Troubleshooting
remote control problems
If the remote works and
the keypad doesn’ t, go to
Troubleshooting Keypad problems
Flash or re-flash the latest software into the projector.
Yes
Does the menu appear?
No
Replace the Main.board.
6-8
Problem resolved
Chapter 6
Operation of Power Supply (APS-M602)
OUTLINE This power circuit APS-T60 is composed of 2 units as shown as below. (Fig.1)
APS-T602 is composed of AC inlet and input line filters mainly.
APS-T603 is composed of rectifier circuits, PFC circuit and DC/DC converter circuit mainly.
The power circuit APS-T60 is supplied 100~240Vac and it supplies 5 power sources to load
circuits.
In case of the typical operation, it supplies 370V (260W max.) and 16V as Non-isolated output and
supplies 3 outputs as isolated output. 3 isolated outputs are 6V, 14V and 17V.
In case of the standby mode, 16V line is turned off. And the voltage of 370V line is varied to
voltagethat
rectified the AC source. 3 isolated outputs are not turned off.
+370V (non-isolated)
+16V (non-isolated)
to Ballast
0V (non-isolated)
+17V
Bridge
Rectifier
Circuit
Power
Factor
Correction
(PFC)
Circuit
DC/DC
Switching
Converter
Secondary
Rectifier
Circuit
+14V
+6V
GND
Primary
+16V line
Rectifier
Circuit
Feedback
Control
ST/OP
(ON/OFF
Control)
6–9
Chapter 6
OPERATION OF POWER SUPPLY 1. Transition from AC ON to Standby mode
When the AC source is supplied to this power circuit, the voltage rectified by D101 and smoothed by
C105 is supplied to VH pin of IC102 through R125.
VCC pin voltage of IC102 rises by current supplied to VCC pin through VH pin.
And then, IC102 starts up and the DC/DC converter begins to operate. (6V, 14V and 17V start up.)
* This DC/DC converter is a PWM switching circuit, which is composed of IC102, T201 and Q103 mainly.
2. Transition from Standby mode to Typical Operation mode
When the level of ST/OP pin in the connector CN201 is Low or open, only the DC/DC converter is in the
switching operation. Each output does not have the on/off control which works solo, except primary 16V
line. The voltage level of primary 370V line becomes voltage after smoothing through bridge rectifier
circuit. (e.g. Input: 100Vac, Output: approx. 140Vdc)
This status is standby mode.
When the level of ST/OP pin in the connector CN201 is High, Q105 is turned on through a photo-coupler
PC103, and then the primary 16V source is supplied to the Ballast and IC101 of PFC circuit.
Because VCC voltage of IC101 reaches threshold level of starting voltage, IC101 starts up activity and the
PFC circuit begins to operate. The voltage level of primary 370V line becomes approximately 370V which is
stable against variation of AC input voltage.
* ST/OP pin is a pin to control for switching mode between standby and typical operation.
3. Protection against abnormal condition
If Overvoltage or overheat or overload happens, the DC/DC converter stops the switching operation by
putting IC102 into the latch mode. Every output (They are primary 16V, secondary 6V, 14V and 17V.) of
the DC/DC converter is turned off, and this is maintained. PFC circuit stops the switching operation
because +16V line which is power source for the control IC of PFC is turned off. The voltage of 370V line
varies to voltage that rectified the AC source. (i.e. The boost stops.)
About the latch mode of IC102
In normal operation, CS pin voltage of IC102 is clamped by an inside 4V zener diode.
Externally forcing CS pin voltage to increase to the threshold voltage, 8.2V, for the latch mode allows the
IC102 to stop its operation for protection.
When CS pin voltage reaches to 8.2V, the inside source in IC102 is turned off, and OUT pin (for gate
drive of FET in the DC/DC converter) is set to the Low level.
Then, the start-up circuit is activated again, and VCC voltage is held at approximately 22V. This status is
the latch mode of IC102. The latch mode is maintained as long as supply to VCC pin continues.
It takes time for the latch mode to be rest because charged C105 voltage is applied to the VH pin even if
IC102 have changed to the latch mode.
Cutting off the input voltage decreases VH pin voltage, supplying no current to the VCC pin.
Thereafter, the latch mode is reset when VCC drops below the OFF threshold level, 8V min.
6–10
Chapter 6
OPERATION OF EACH SECTION 1. Input Line Filter
The Input line filter circuit is made up of capacitors (e.g. C1, C2, C101) and inductor chokes (e.g. L1, L2,
L101) on APS-T602 unit and a part of APS-T603 unit,
This section protects the noise generated by the power supply circuit from leaking out to AC line
and from entering of the external noise inside the power supply circuit.
This circuit is effective for both normal and common noise.
The fuse F1 becomes open in order to protect other parts, when excessive current flows in abnormal
conditions.
The connector CN2 is connected to thermal sensing element (e.g. thermal protector). Power Supply is
operated by CN2 shorted condition. In other words, when 2 terminals of CN2 become open by thermal
protector, power supply to subsequent circuit is shut off.
2. Power Factor Correction Circuit (PFC circuit)
The main parts of this switching converter are choke coil T101, switching MOSFET Q101, Q102, control
IC IC101 and diode D104. This circuit has mainly 4 functions as following.
a. Generate stable voltage
This PFC circuit operates so that the output always is set to 370Vdc(typ.). Actually, the switching
operation of Q101 and Q102 is controlled by IC101. Initial voltage setting of 370V output is set at
370Vdc(typ.) by VR101. (Input voltage: 100Vac, maximum load)
* Please don’ t turn although there are 2 variable resisters for this output voltage setup and for
the overvoltage protection setup. The case which needs to turn the volume means that the failure
mode cannot be repaired easily.
b. Reduce input harmonic current
Main purpose of Power Factor Correction Circuit is reducing input harmonic current by bringing the
input current waveform closer to a sine wave.
This circuit is CCM (Continuous Conduction Mode) PFC circuit which used resettable integrator.
The gate pulse width is adjusted per one cycle by detecting DC output voltage at the VF pin of IC101
and peak current at the ISNS pin of IC101. The amplitude and shape of the input current is controlled
so as to be proportional to and in phase with the input voltage.
c. Over current protection
The current sense pin ISNS of IC101 is the input to the current sense amplifier and the overcurrent
protection comparator.
There are essentially two levels of current limitation provided by the IC101. There is a “ soft” current
limit, which is essentially a duty cycle limiting fold back type: the converter duty cycle is limited to the
point where output power is limited and the output voltage begins to decrease. There is also a “ peak”
current limit feature which immediately terminates the present drive pulse once the peak limit
threshold, = -1.0V, is exceeded.
d. Over voltage protection
The voltage in proportion to output voltage by resistors R112, R113, R114, R115 and VR102 is added to
the OVP pin of IC101. When the OVP threshold(7.49V(typ.)) is triggered, the IC101 will disable the gate
drive signal.
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Chapter 6
3. DC/DC converter
The main parts of this switching converter are transformer T201, switching MOSFET Q103, control IC
IC102 and output diodes D201, D202 and D203. This converter is Fly Back type.
This means that energy is transferred from the primary to secondary when MOSFET Q103 is off.
The main output is 6V line and auxiliary output is 14V and 17V line.
a. Start up
When AC input is supplied to this power supply unit, power source of IC102 is supplied through R125.
And then IC102 begins switching operation and the converter starts up.
Once the converter starts up, power source of IC102 is supplied from auxiliary winding of T201.
b. Output Voltage Control
Output voltage is controlled by Pulse Width Modulation (PWM).
The voltage divided by R208, R209, R210 and R223 in the 6V line is detected, and this voltage is
compared with the reference voltage of shunt regulator IC201. Photo coupler PC101 feeds back the
comparison from secondary to primary. And output voltage is adjusted by the level of current drawn
from the FB pin of IC102.
When 6V output voltage is above the control level, IC102 to shorten the on-time (duty cycle) of
MOSFET Q103. This cause the average output to decrease. When the output is below the control
level, on-time (duty cycle) is increase, thereby increasing the average output voltage.
c. Overcurrent Protection
If the power supply output becomes overload, the current of MOSFET Q103 is limited by the maximum
threshold voltage of the IS pin in IC102 and output voltage drops. If the state continues as it is, an
overload protection function of IC102 operates to stop the IC in the latch mode.
d. Overvoltage Protection
Overvoltage state is detected when output voltage exceeds the zener voltage of zener diode (ZD201,
ZD202, ZD203). When zener diode is in conduction state, through the photo coupler PC102, the CS
pin voltage of IC102 is increased forcibly to the threshold level for the latch mode. And power supply is
shut down.
e. Overheat Protection
The abnormality of heat sink temperature of Q101, Q102 and Q103 is detected by PTC thermistor
PR101. Through the diode D113, the CS pin voltage of IC102 is increased forcibly to the threshold level
for the latch mode and power supply is shut down. It operates at the time of abnormal state such as
overload or FAN-Locked.
6–12
Chapter 6
6-13
Chapter 6
6-14
Chapter 6
APS-M602 (ETXTS602MDA/MDE) Troubleshooting Faults
6-15
Chapter 7
Chapter 7
Electrical Adjustment
Preparation
< Test equipment >
1) Personal computer
(Windows PC, OS: Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP)
2) Signal generating software
SINGOWS2000.MSI (Installer)
3) Adjustment software
DPJAdjustmentTool_2500.exe
4) Cables
RGB Cable and Control (RS232C) Cable
5) A protractor for Vertical Auto Keystone Calibration
<For connection and setting of Personal computer>
1) Connection of personal computer
Connect the PC to computer 1 input and RS232C terminal as shown in following Fig.1
2) Set the screen resolution and refresh rate to XGA (1024x768) 60Hertz.
Set RGB output of the PC to CRT.
Control cable
Fig.1
And, to Control PC (the same PC)
7-1
Chapter 7
Adjustment Points vs Part Replaced
The table below shows you the items to be adjusted according to the type of part you replaced.
Adjustment
Parts
Keystone
Sub
Contrast
Altitude
Special Key Operations
Pixel
(Convergence)
SINGOWS
2000
VCOM
Gamma
Shading
DPJAdjustmentTool_2500.exe
Main Board
×
Optical Engine
×
×
×
×
LCD Panel
×
×
×
:Adjustment is needed
× :Not necessary
<SAVE DATA to EEPROM > (Common on all adjustment)
Press the buttons,
[Up], [Down], [Left] and [Right] simultaneously.
When these buttons are accepted, all LED’s light orange or red blinking in order.
7-2
Chapter 7
Projector Setup
Plug in the power cord; turn on main power switch and the power of the projector.
How to enter to the Factory Mode (TLP-X2500/XC2500/X3000/XC3000)
1) While the Volume adjustment bar is displayed on the screen, set value to [2],
and press the buttons,
[Input], [On/Standby] and [Keystone] simultaneously.
2) While the Volume adjustment bar is displayed on the screen, set value to [0],
and press the buttons,
[Input], [On/Standby] and [Keystone] simultaneously.
3) While the Volume adjustment bar is displayed on the screen, set value to [0],
and press the buttons,
[Input], [On/Standby] and [Keystone] simultaneously.
4) While the Volume adjustment bar is displayed on the screen, set value to [0],
and press the buttons,
[Input], [On/Standby] and [Keystone] simultaneously.
When the projector enters to the Service Mode, the buzzer beeps for 3 seconds.
If doesn’t beep, repeat from the beginning.
This mode maintains until you turn off the main power switch.
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Chapter 7
How to display the Service status
After the projector has entered to the factory mode, press the buttons,
[Return] and [Up] simultaneously. Then, the following display appears.
If it doesn’t appear, repeat from the beginning.
This mode maintains until you turn off the Main power switch.
FAN-1 is Z103 (Service part location No.). FAN-2 is Z102.
FAN-3 is Z104. FAN-4 is Z105. FAN-5 is Z101. FAN-6 is Z100.
Temp-1 is Intake temperature. Temp-2 is Exhaust temperature.
A number of Error log means an error ID.
7-4
Chapter 7
<Keystone Calibration>
Press [Input] and [Up] buttons simultaneously.
For it initialize the value, Press [Keystone] button.
Set the projector on a level surface.
Press [Enter] button of the projector.
When the adjustment is successfully completed, values changes from default [0].
(Example: The following menu)
If it fails, values don’t change from default [0].
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Chapter 7
Select the KC1 item by pressing [Down] button.
Keep projector on 30 degree.
Press [Enter] button of the projector.
When the adjustment is successfully completed, values changes from default [0].
(Example: The following menu)
If it fails, values don’t change from default [0].
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Chapter 7
Select the KC2 item by pressing [Down] button.
Keep projector on -30 degree
Press [Enter] button of the projector.
When the adjustment is successfully completed, values changes from default [0].
(Example: The following menu)
If it fails, values don’t change from default [0].
<Note> When the projector is not tilted accurately +/- 30degree,
the adjustment values ([KC1] and [KC2]) do not change.
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Chapter 7
Select the KC3 item by pressing [Down] button.
Set the projector on a level surface and perform heat-run for 30 minutes or more.
Press [Enter] button of the projector.
When the adjustment is successfully completed, values changes from default [0].
(Example: The following menu)
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Chapter 7
<Sub Contrast>
Right - click to display the following color pallets. Click [White] button.
Note: Move the mouse cursor out of a screen to avoid the error.
Select the Sub contrast item by pressing [Down] button.
Press [Enter] button of the projector.
When the adjustment is successfully completed, values changes from default [85].
(Example: The following menu)
If it fails, values don’t change from default [85].
Adjust Computer-1 input and Computer-2 input both.
7-9
<Altitude>
Press [On/Standby] and [Up] buttons simultaneously.
For it initialize the value, Press [Keystone] button.
Select proper value by pressing the [Left] or [Right] button.
Factory setting is 0.
The value 1 is more than 500m (1,640ft) and under 1,000m (3,281ft).
The value 2 is more than 1,000m (3,281ft) and under 1,500m (4,921ft).
The value 3 is more than 1,500m (4,921ft) and under 2,000m (6,562ft).
The value 4 is more than 2,000m (6,562ft) and under 2,500m (8,202ft).
The value 5 is more than 2,500m (8,202ft) and under 3,000m (9,843ft).
The value 6 is more than 3,000m (9,843ft).
For example, in case of 2,700m altitude set the value to 5.
Press [Return] button.
7-10
<VCOM>
Connect the control cable to the control terminal on the projector.
Then plug the RS232C connector on the other end of the cable into a RS232C port on the computer.
Open Windows Explorer navigate to the location where you stored the Adjustment file,
and then double click the DPJAdjustmentTool_2500.exe.
The startup window appears.
Select the COM port. and click the [VCOM] button.
The following window appears.
Select the “R”.
7-11
The current data is displayed in DATA column.
Push (+1) or (-1) button.
Adjust the data to reduce the flicker to its minimum point.
By pushing the (+4) or (-4), the data is adjusted in greater steps.
After the adjustment, click the [Save] to save the data.
Select the “G”.
The current data is displayed in DATA column.
Push (+1) or (-1) button.
Adjust the data to reduce the flicker to its minimum point.
By pushing the (+4) or (-4), the data is adjusted in greater steps.
After the adjustment, click the [Save] to save the data.
7-12
Select the “B”.
The current data is displayed in DATA column.
Push (+1) or (-1) button.
Adjust the data to reduce the flicker to its minimum point.
By pushing the (+4) or (-4), the data is adjusted in greater steps.
After the adjustment, click the [Save] to save the data.
When adjustment of R, G and B finishes, click the [Close] button.
7-13
<Gamma>
Click the [GAMMA] button.
The following window appears.
Click the [Send] button.
Select the Gamma data file and click the [Open] button. (There are two files for R-type LCD and L-type LCD.)
7-14
After the transfer is completed, the following message appears.
Click [OK] button.
The transferred gamma data will be automatically saved.
7-15
<Shading>
Click the [SHADING] button.
The following window appears.
Click the [Send] button.
Select the Shading data file and click the [Open] button. (There are two files for R-type LCD and L-type LCD.)
7-16
After the transfer is completed, the following message appears.
Click [OK] button.
The transferred shading data will be automatically saved.
7-17
Chapter 8
Chapter 8
Functional Test
You perform the functional tests after you’ ve repaired the projector to make sure
All components of the projector operate properly.
You can also perform the functional tests if you’ re havingtrouble determining what is wrong with the projector.
Required Equipment
Equipment
Video player
Notes
Make sure the video player has an S-video Out port and cables.
The player should also have a Composite video port (RCA).
Toshiba strongly suggests you use a DVD player to test the Video quality. DVD players
reproduce colors better and project Sharper images. The least preferable is a VCR.If
you must use a VCR, make sure you use a commercially produces recoding
not one recorded from a broadcast source.
The VCR must include an S-Video connector in addition to a composite connector.
Commercially produced
video
Cables
You’ ll need the video in DVD, etc. format.
1.
RCA Pin jack cable for Composite video & audio.
2.
S-video cable.
3.
RGB cable that come with the projector.
4.
3.5mm mini-jack cable for PC audio.
Remote control
Ensure that the remote has fresh AAA batteries.
Projector screen
Use a flat screen, not a curved one.
The stereo audio card should have either a 3.5mm stereo audio Jack or RCA left and
Personal computer (PC)
right output ports. The PC must have a CD-ROM and must have outputs for RGBHV,
VESA, D-sub15pin.
Before beginning
Make sure the work surface where you perform the functional tests is level and clean.
Place the projector on a soft surface (such as an anti-static mat) when running the tests.
Connect the following the I/O panel on the projector.
1.
Video player through Composite Video and S-video ports.
2.
Audio sources through Audio ports (RCA) or 3.5mm mini-jack.
3.
Personal computer through RGB cable
.
8-1
Chapter 8
Perform the following tests
Test
Verification
Power Up
Verify that the proper splash (logo) screen Appears.
Connect AC power, and turn the unit on.
Verify image quality.
Cosmetics and mechanicals
Verify that the elevator and leveling foot Are functional.
Adjust the projector so that the image is Square.
Verify that the focus and zoom rings operate properly.
Make sure the lens is at a 90 degree angle to the wall.
Verify cosmetics.
Composite video from video source
Verify that the video automatically synchronizes.
Connect the yellow composite (RCA) video Connector to
the projector. (Ensure that no other video source is
connected to the projector)
Verify there is no distortion, noise or other abnormalities.
S-Video from video source
Verify that the video automatically synchronizes.
Connect the S-Video cable to the projector.
Verify there is no distortion, noise or other abnormalities.
Disconnect the yellow composite (RCA) Video connector.
Image keystone adjustment
Verify that image responds properly when
Connect a video source to the projector.
You adjust the keystone setting.
Audio from audio source
Verify that audio source plays through the projector’ s speaker.
Connect the audio cable to the projector.
Verify that the volume controls function correctly.
Manual source selection
Verify that the projector switches to the manually-selected
Manually select a connected source.
source.
Verify that the video automatically synchronizes.
Verify there is no distortion, noise or other abnormalities.
Software Version / Lamp time Used
Verify software version
Navigate through the Basic menu to the Setup menu.
Verify the keys are not sticky.
Navigate to the Service menu.
Verify that the software version is current and that the lamp
Select info from the Service menu.
is within its service life.
8-2
Chapter 8
Test
Focus
Verification
Verify that the image synchronizes properly through the computer 1 input.
SINGOWS2000
Cross Hatch image.
Verify that image focuses through the full zoom range.
Verify there are no problems.
Color Wheel Index Delay
Verify that the image synchronizes properly through the computer 1 input.
SINGOWS2000
Color bar image.
Verify that the color is located in a line.
Verify there are no problems
8-3
Test
DMD Images
Verification
Verify that each image synchronizes properly through the computer
1 input.
SINGOWS2000
White image (Level 100%)
SINGOWS2000
Black image (Level 0%)
SINGOWS2000
SMPTE image
Verify there are no problems
System Reset
Verify that the image synchronizes after system reset.
On the keypad, press the Menu key.
Navigate through the basic menu to the default
setting menu.
Select Reset all.
Power Down
Verify unit is powered off before disconnecting cables.
After all tests are complete turn the power off
and disconnect all cables.
Attach the lens cap.
8-4
Chapter 9
Chapter 9
Spare Parts List
Exploded View
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&21752/83
A100:Assy Cover Top
U006:KEY Board
$&$6($66<
&217/2:(5
B110:Panel Rear
U001:PCB FXMA2
B131:Cover Ballast
P800:Filter Power
Z105:Exhaust FAN
Z200:Optical Engine
Z101:Panel FAN A
P801:Main Power
Z100:Panel FAN B
B111:Panel Front
B100:Cover BTM
A220:Lens Cap
Lamp (Not Service parts)
A210:Cover Lamp
9-1
Chapter㧥
Exploded View(Optics Block)
㪱㪈㪇㪇㪑㪦㪧㪫㪠㪚㪪㩷㪙㪣㪦㪚㪢
㪞㪇㪇㪈㪆㪞㪇㪇㪉
㪣㪚㪛㩷㪧㪘㪥㪜㪣
㪱㪉㪇㪉㪞㪑㪧㪦㪣㪘㪩㪰㪱㪜㪩㩷㪦㪬㪫㪄
㪙㪇㪇㪈㪆㪙㪇㪇㪉
㪣㪚㪛㩷㪧㪘㪥㪜㪣
㪱㪉㪇㪉㪩㪑㪧㪦㪣㪘㪩㪰㪱㪜㪩㩷㪦㪬㪫㪄
㪱㪉㪇㪉㪙㪑㪧㪦㪣㪘㪩㪰㪱㪜㪩
㪩㪇㪇㪈㪆㪩㪇㪇㪈
㪣㪚㪛㩷㪧㪘㪥㪜㪣
㪱㪉㪇㪇㪑㪧㪩㪠㪪㪤
㪱㪉㪇㪈㪙㪑㪧㪦㪣㪘㪩㪰㪱㪜㪩㩷㪠㪥㪄
㪞
㪱㪉㪇㪈㪙㪑㪧㪦㪣㪘㪩㪰㪱㪜㪩㩷㪠㪥㪄
㪙
㪱㪉㪇㪈㪩㪑㪧㪦㪣㪘㪩㪰㪱㪜㪩㩷㪠㪥㪄
㪩
㪱㪉㪇㪊㪑㪌㪐㪈㪧㪙㪪
㪱㪉㪇㪌㪑㪌㪐㪈㪣㪜㪥㪪
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Chapter㧥
Other Parts
9-3
Chapter㧥
Spare parts list (TLP-X2000)
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2
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45
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47
A100
A101
A102A
A110
A110A
A111
A111A
A210
A220
A230
A304
A305
A306
A307
A308
A310
A401
A401B
A405
B001
B002
B100
B101
B111
B112
B113
B120
B131
B141
B170
CN105
CN108
CN503
E255
E270
G001
G002
IC100
IC101
IC104
IC105
IC108
IC1100
IC111
IC112
IC119
IC1200
48
49 IC122
50 IC123
GREEN
Description
E
COVER ASSY, TOP
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
SCREW
CASE ASSY, CONTROL UP
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
CASE ASSY, CONT LOWER
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
COVER ASSY, LAMP
CAP, LENS
COVER ASSY, FILTER BOTTOM
LABEL, CAUTION
LABEL, CAUTION HOT BLACK
LABEL, LABEL CAUTION, LENS BLACK
LABEL, CARTON,TLP-X2000
LABEL, TOP TAG
LABEL, CASE LOWER, X2000
CARTON BOX, X2000
SHEET, PROTECTIVE 700X300
SOFT CASE, X2000
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-56G20B
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-55G20B
COVER ASSY, BOTTOM
SCREW
PANEL, FRONT
PANEL, SIDE
PANEL ASSY, LENS
PLATE, AC-IN
COVER, LAMP
AIR DUCT, POWER FAN
AIR DUCT
CONNECTOR, 1.25MM PITCH W TO B
CONNECTOR, 1.25MM PITCH W TO B
CONNECTOR, D-SUB, DZ11A92-ND201-7F
LENS, ANLC03T
HOLDER ASSY, LAMP
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-55G20G
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-56G20G
IC, PW190-10L, IMAGE PROCESSOR
IC, BD87A29FVM-TR, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
IC, PQ1MX55M2SPQ, LOW VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, TK11150CSCL-G, POSITIVE LDO
REGULATOR
IC, 24LC128T-I/SNG
IC, PNA4612M01TH, PD WITH REMOTE CONT
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, L3232ECV-16Z-T
IC, LTC3701EGN#TRPBF, DC/DC
CONTROLLER
IC, G751-2RDF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
THERMAL WATCHDOG
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
9-4
Part No
B
U
75004216
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75004234
75004233
75004158
75004155
75004219
23738144
75004225
75004226
75004227
75004230
75004220
75004229
75004228
75002110
75002110
75004141
75004215
75004231
75004154
75004157
75004414
75004425
75004417
75004418
75004412
75001241
75001245
75004413
75004148
75004147
75001245
75001245
CH
Chapter㧥
No Location
51
52
53
54
55
IC124
IC125
IC126
IC127
IC129
IC1300
56
57 IC350
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
IC351
IC352
IC353
IC354
IC355
IC356
IC357
IC358
IC359
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
IC505
71
72 IC506
73 IC507
74 IC508
75
76
77
78
79
80
IC509
IC510
IC511
IC512
IC513
IC514
IC515
81
82 IC6001
83 IC6002
84
85
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87
88
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90
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94
95
96
97
98
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100
IC6003
IC6004
IC6005
IC6010
IC6011
IC6012
IC6021
IC701
IC702
IC703
IC704
IC801
IC831
IC861
J6001
MJ02
P800
Description
E
IC, SN74AHCT1G08DCKR, 2 INPUT AND GATE
IC, SN74AHCT1G08DCKR, 2 INPUT AND GATE
IC, BD4843G-TR, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, G751-2RDF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
THERMAL WATCHDOG
IC, TC7WBD126AFK(T5L,F, DUAL BUS SWITCH
IC, G768BF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
FAN CONTROLLER
IC, G794D5U, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
4FAN CONTROLLER
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, M62334FP DF5J, D/A CONVERTER
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, XC95144XL-10TQG100C-X2000
IC, MXD2020EL-T/R, ACCELEROMETER
IC, MAX4885ETJ+TG40, ANALOG SWITCH
IC, EL4340IUZ-T7, MULTIPLEXING AMPLIFIER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITT-TRIGGER
BUFFER
IC, EL4332CSZ-T7, VIDEO MULTIPLEXING
IC, EL5106IWZ-T7, GAIN AMPLIFIER
IC, EL5106IWZ-T7, GAIN AMPLIFIER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITT-TRIGGER
BUFFER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL
SCHMITT-TRIGGER BUFFER
IC, ISL59885ISZ-T7, VIDEO SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, ISL59885ISZ-T7, VIDEO SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, BU9882FV-WE2, 2KBIT EEPROM
IC, MM1565AFBE, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, LM2660MM, SWITCHED CAPACITOR
VOLTAGE CON
IC, NJM2370U1-09-TE1, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, NJM2370U1-09-TE1, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, NJM2886DL3-05(TE1), LOW DROPOUT
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, TPA2005D1DGNRG4, AUDIO POWER
AMPLIFIER
IC, NJW1142AV(TE1), AUDIO PROCESSOR
IC, EL1883ISZ-T7, SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, EL1883ISZ-T7, SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, PQ20VZ1UJ00H, LOW VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, BA10324AFV-E2,QUAD OPERATIONAL
AMPLIFIER
IC, L3E07072K0A, TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E06100D0B, TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E06100D0B, TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E06100D0B, TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
CONNECTOR, LAP5300-0110F
WIRE HARNESS, THERMAL SWITCH
PC BOARD ASSY, LINE-FILTER, APS-T602
9-5
Part No
B
U
75004410
75004410
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75001245
75001245
75004147
75001220
75004146
75004421
75004422
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75004422
75004422
75004422
75001226
75004422
75004143
75004419
75004151
75004429
75004411
75001323
75004430
75004430
75004411
75004411
75004424
75004424
75004415
75004420
75001237
75001239
75001239
75004427
75004428
75004426
75004423
75004423
75001245
75001245
75004416
75001245
75004149
75004145
75004144
75004144
75004144
75004140
75005121
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No Location
101 P801
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122
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124
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127
128
129
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133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
P850
Q101
R001
R002
S1605
S501
SP200
U001
U002
U003
U004
U005
U006
U007
Y100
Y200
Y200
Y201
Y260
Y260
Y260
Y260
Y700
Y702
Z100
Z100
Z101
Z102
Z103
Z104
Z105
Z200
Z201B
Z201G
Z201R
Z202B
Z202G
Z202R
Z203
Z205
Description
E
PC BOARD ASSY, MAIN POWER, APS-T603
PC BOARD ASSY, LAMP POWER,
PS-240A-MS-120-22H
TRANSISTOR, UM6K1NTN, N-CH MOS FET
MODULE
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-56G20R
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-55G20R
SWITCH, TACT, TSW-6A-1-16-T50
SWITCH, SLIDE, SLD-12-500
SPEAKER, RFF-0401C-02
PC BOARD ASSY, MAIN, FX2MA2
PC BOARD ASSY, REMOCON RECEIVER,
FX2RE2
PC BOARD ASSY, EXHAUST SENSOR,
FX2EX2
PC BOARD ASSY, SENSOR, FX2SE2
PC BOARD ASSY, DOOR SWITCH, FX2DR2
PC BOARD ASSY, KEY, FX2KY2
PC BOARD ASSY, RELAY BOARD, FX2RL2
CABLE, RGB, BLUE
OWNERS MANUAL ASSY, X2000, MULTI
LANGUAGE
OWNER'S MANUAL, TLP-X2000C
CD-ROM, OWNERS MANUAL, X2000 SIRIES
POWER CORD, CEE 250V 6A, 3M
POWER CORD, UL 125V 10A, 3M
POWER CORD, GB250V10A
POWER CORD, UK250V6A
REMOCON HAND UNIT, CT-90264
REMOCON RECIVER, IR, MOUS, CR-916
FAN, TYF450FJ06
OPTICS BLOCK, CJ591TA
FAN, TYF400FJ10
FAN, D05F-12BS2 02A
FAN, TYF310FJ11
FAN, D05F-12PS7 01A(EX)
FAN, D07R-12TH 03A(EX)
OPTICS BLOCK, 591SUB
OPTICS BLOCK, 591IN-B
OPTICS BLOCK, 591IN-G
OPTICS BLOCK, 591IN-R
OPTICS BLOCK, 591OUT-B
OPTICS BLOCK, 591OUT-G
OPTICS BLOCK, 591OUT-R
LENS, 591PBS
LENS, 591LENS
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Part No
B
U
CH
23122520
75004203
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75004153
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75004136
75004137
75004131
23368955
75004235
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75004190
75004205
75004160
23125960
75004159
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75004209
75004208
75004213
75004212
75004211
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Chapter㧥
Spare parts list (TLP-X2500)
No Location
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
A100
A101
A102A
A110
A110A
A111
A111A
A210
A220
A230
A401
A405
B001
B002
B100
B111
B112
B113
B120
B131
B141
B170
CN105
CN108
CN503
E255
E270
G001
G002
IC100
IC101
32 IC104
33 IC105
34
35
36
37
38
IC107
IC1100
IC111
IC112
IC119
39 IC1200
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
IC122
IC123
IC124
IC125
IC126
IC127
IC129
47 IC1300
48 IC350
49 IC351
50 IC352
GREEN
Description
E
COVER ASSY, TOP
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
SCREW
CASE ASSY, CONTROL UP
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
CASE ASSY, CONT LOWER
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
COVER ASSY, LAMP
CAP, LENS
COVER ASSY, FILTER BOTTOM
CARTON BOX, X2000
SOFT CASE, X2000
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-66G00B
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-65G00B
COVER ASSY, BOTTOM
PANEL, FRONT
PANEL, SIDE
PANEL ASSY, LENS
PLATE, AC-IN
COVER, LAMP
AIR DUCT, POWER FAN
AIR DUCT
CONNECTOR, 1.25MM PITCH W TO B
CONNECTOR, 1.25MM PITCH W TO B
CONNECTOR, D-SUB, DZ11A92-ND201-7F
LENS, ANLC03T
HOLDER ASSY, LAMP
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-65G00G
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-66G00G
IC, PW190-10L, IMAGE PROCESSOR
IC, BD87A29FVM-TR, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
IC, PQ1MX55M2SPQ, LOW VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, TK11150CSCL-G, POSITIVE LDO
REGULATOR
IC, ES29LV160ET-70TGI
IC, PNA4612M01TH, PD WITH REMOTE CONT
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, L3232ECV-16Z-T
IC, LTC3701EGN#TRPBF, DC/DC CONTROLLER
IC, G751-2RDF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
THERMAL WATCHDOG
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, SN74AHCT1G08DCKR, 2 INPUT AND GATE
IC, SN74AHCT1G08DCKR, 2 INPUT AND GATE
IC, BD4843G-TR, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, G751-2RDF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
THERMAL WATCHDOG
IC, TC7WBD126AFK(T5L,F, DUAL BUS SWITCH
IC, G768BF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
FAN CONTROLLER
IC, G794D5U, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
4FAN CONTROLLER
9-7
Part No
B
U
75004216
70391261
23738144
75004217
70391261
75004218
70391261
75004221
75004222
75004223
75004232
75004233
75004771
75004767
75004219
75004225
75004226
75004227
75004230
75004220
75004229
75004228
75002110
75002110
75004141
75004215
75004231
75004766
75004769
75004414
75004425
75004417
75004418
75004763
75001241
75001245
75004413
75004148
75004147
75001245
75001245
75004410
75004410
75004150
75001245
75001245
75004147
75001220
75004146
75004421
CH
Chapter㧥
No Location
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
IC353
IC354
IC355
IC356
IC357
IC358
IC359
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
62 IC505
63 IC506
64 IC507
65 IC508
66 IC509
67 IC510
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
IC511
IC512
IC513
IC514
IC515
IC6001
IC6002
75 IC6003
76 IC6004
77
78
79
80
81
IC6005
IC6010
IC6011
IC6012
IC6021
82 IC701
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
IC702
IC703
IC704
IC801
IC802
IC831
IC832
IC861
IC862
J6001
93 MJ02
94 P800
95 P801
96 P850
97 Q101
98 R001
99 R002
100 S1605
Description
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, M62334FP DF5J, D/A CONVERTER
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, XC95144XL-10TQG100C-X2000
IC, MXD2020EL-T/R, ACCELEROMETER
IC, MAX4885ETJ+TG40, ANALOG SWITCH
IC, EL4340IUZ-T7, MULTIPLEXING AMPLIFIER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITT-TRIGGER
BUFFER
IC, EL4332CSZ-T7, VIDEO MULTIPLEXING
IC, EL5106IWZ-T7, GAIN AMPLIFIER
IC, EL5106IWZ-T7, GAIN AMPLIFIER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITT-TRIGGER
BUFFER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITT-TRIGGER
BUFFER
IC, ISL59885ISZ-T7, VIDEO SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, ISL59885ISZ-T7, VIDEO SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, BU9882FV-WE2, 2KBIT EEPROM
IC, MM1565AFBE, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, LM2660MM, SWITCHED CAPACITOR VOLTAGE
IC, NJM2370U1-09-TE1, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, NJM2370U1-09-TE1, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, NJM2886DL3-05(TE1), LOW DROPOUT
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, TPA2005D1DGNRG4, AUDIO POWER
AMPLIFIER
IC, NJW1142AV(TE1), AUDIO PROCESSOR
IC, EL1883ISZ-T7, SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, EL1883ISZ-T7, SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, PQ20VZ1UJ00H, LOW VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, R1172H121D-T1-F, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, L3E07110K0A,TIMING PULSE GENERATOR
IC, L3E06150S2A,TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E01060P0A
IC, L3E06150S2A,TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E01060P0A
IC, L3E06150S2A,TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E01060P0A
CONNECTOR, LAP5300-0110F
SWITCH, THERMAL SWITCH WITH WIRE
HARNESS
PC BOARD ASSY, LINE-FILTER, APS-T602
PC BOARD ASSY, MAIN POWER, APS-T603
PC BOARD ASSY, LAMP POWER,
PS-240A-MS-120-22H
TRANSISTOR, UM6K1NTN, N-CH MOS FET
MODULE
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-66G00R
LCD PANEL, L3P06X-65G00R
SWITCH, TACT, TSW-6A-1-16-T50
9-8
E
Part No
B
U
75004422
75004422
75004422
75004422
75004422
75001226
75004422
75004143
75004419
75004151
75004429
75004411
75001323
75004430
75004430
75004411
75004411
75004424
75004424
75004415
75004420
75001237
75001239
75001239
75004427
75004428
75004426
75004423
75004423
75001245
75001245
75004416
75004762
75001245
75004760
75004761
75004759
75004761
75004759
75004761
75004759
75004140
75005121
23122519
23122520
75004203
75004142
75004768
75004764
75004139
CH
Chapter㧥
No Location
101 S501
102 SP200
103 U001
104 U002
105 U003
106 U004
107 U005
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
U006
U007
Y100
Y200
Y200
Y205
Y260
Y260
Y260
Y260
Y700
Y702
Z100
Z100
Z101
Z102
Z103
Z104
Z105
Z200
Z201B
Z201G
Z201R
Z202B
Z202G
Z202R
Z203
Z205
Description
SWITCH, SLIDE, SLD-12-500
SPEAKER, RFF-0401C-02
PC BOARD ASSY, MAIN, FX5MA2, TLP-X2500
PC BOARD ASSY, REMOCON, FX5RE2,
TLP-X2500
PC BOARD ASSY, EXTERNAL, FX5EX2,
TLP-X2500
PC BOARD ASSY, SENSOR, FX5SE2,
TLP-X2500
PC BOARD ASSY, DOOR SWITCH, FX5DR2,
TLP-X2500
PC BOARD ASSY, KEY, FX5KY2, TLP-X2500
PC BOARD ASSY, FX2RL2
CABLE, RGB, BLUE
OWNERS MANUAL, X2500U/E/B/J
OWNERS MANUAL, X2500C
OWNER'S MANUAL, X2000SERIES ERRATA
POWER CORD, CEE250V6A 3M
POWER CORD, UL125V10A 3M
POWER CORD SET, UK250V6A
POWER CORD, GB250V10A
REMOCON HAND UNIT, CT-90266
REMOCON RECIVER, IR, MOUS, CR-916
FAN, TYF450FJ06
OPTICAL BLOCK, ENGINE, CJ590TA
FAN, TYF400FJ10
FAN, D05F-12BS2 02A
FAN, TYF310FJ11
FAN, D05F-12PS7 01A(EX)
FAN, D07R-12TH 03A(EX)
OPTICAL BLOCK, SUB ASSY, 590SUB
POLARIZER, 591IN-B
POLARIZER, 591IN-G
POLARIZER, 591IN-R
POLARIZER, 591OUT-B
POLARIZER, 591OUT-G
POLARIZER, 591OUT-R
LENS, 591PBS
LENS, 591LENS
9-9
E
Part No
B
U
CH
75004138
23351359
75004673
75004674
75004675
75004676
75004677
----23372167
-------------
75004678
75004131
23368955
75004777
------------75005669
75004435
----------------23372148
----23372337
----------------23372155
75004774
23306621
75004190
75004775
75004160
23125960
75004159
75004191
75004192
75004776
75004210
75004209
75004208
75004213
75004212
75004211
75004214
75004206
Chapter㧥
Spare parts list (TLP-X3000)
No Location
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
A100
A101
A102A
A110
A110A
A111
A111A
A210
A220
A230
A301
A401
A405
A502
B001
B002
B100
B111
B112
B113
B120
B131
B141
B170
CN105
CN108
CN503
E270
G001
G002
IC100
IC101
33 IC104
34 IC105
35
36
37
38
IC107
IC1100
IC111
IC112
39 IC119
40 IC1200
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
IC122
IC123
IC124
IC125
IC126
IC127
IC129
48 IC1300
49 IC350
GREEN
Description
COVER ASSY, TOP
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
SCREW
CASE ASSY, CONTROL UP
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
CASE ASSY, CONT LOWER
SCREW, 2.0 X 4.0 MM
COVER ASSY, LAMP
LENS CAP, 07 MDN
COVER ASSY, FILTER BOTTOM
LABEL, RATING, X3000
CARTON BOX, X2000
SOFT CASE, X2000
LABEL
LCD PANEL, L3P07X-66G00B
LCD PANEL, L3P07X-65G00B
COVER ASSY, BOTTOM
PANEL, FRONT
PANEL, SIDE
PANEL ASSY, LENS
PLATE, AC-IN
COVER, LAMP
AIR DUCT, POWER FAN
AIR DUCT
CONNECTOR, 1.25MM PITCH W TO B
CONNECTOR, 1.25MM PITCH W TO B
CONNECTOR, D-SUB, DZ11A92-ND201-7F
HOLDER ASSY, LAMP
LCD PANEL, L3P07X-65G00G
LCD PANEL, L3P07X-66G00G
IC, PW190-10L, IMAGE PROCESSOR
IC, BD87A29FVM-TR, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
IC, PQ1MX55M2SPQ, LOW VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, TK11150CSCL-G, POSITIVE LDO
REGULATOR
IC, ES29LV160ET-70TGI
IC, PNA4612M01TH, PD WITH REMOTE CONT
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, L3232ECV-16Z-T
IC, LTC3701EGN#TRPBF, DC/DC
CONTROLLER
IC, G751-2RDF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
THERMAL WATCHDOG
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, SN74AHCT1G08DCKR, 2 INPUT AND GATE
IC, SN74AHCT1G08DCKR, 2 INPUT AND GATE
IC, BD4843G-TR, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, G751-2RDF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
THERMAL WATCHDOG
IC, TC7WBD126AFK(T5L,F, DUAL BUS
SWITCH
9-10
E
Part No
B
U
75004216
70391261
23738144
75004217
70391261
75004218
70391261
75004221
75005367
75004223
75005357
75004232
75004233
23564859
75005356
75005353
75004219
75004225
75004226
75004227
75004230
75004220
75004229
75004228
75002110
75002110
75004141
75004231
75005352
75005355
75004414
75004425
75004417
75004418
75004763
75001241
75001245
75004413
75004148
75004147
75001245
75001245
75004410
75004410
75004150
75001245
75001245
75004147
75001220
CH
Chapter㧥
No Location
50 IC351
51 IC352
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
IC353
IC354
IC355
IC356
IC357
IC358
IC359
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
63 IC505
64 IC506
65 IC507
66 IC508
67 IC509
68 IC510
69
70
71
72
IC511
IC512
IC513
IC514
73 IC515
74 IC6001
75 IC6002
76 IC6003
77 IC6004
78
79
80
81
82
IC6005
IC6010
IC6011
IC6012
IC6021
83 IC701
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
IC702
IC703
IC704
IC801
IC802
IC831
IC832
IC861
IC862
J6001
94 MJ02
95 P800
Description
IC, G768BF, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
FAN CONTROLLER
IC, G794D5U, TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND
4FAN CONTROLLER
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, M62334FP DF5J, D/A CONVERTER
IC, PQ200WNA1ZPH, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, XC95144XL-10TQG100C-X2000
IC, MXD2020EL-T/R, ACCELEROMETER
IC, MAX4885ETJ+TG40, ANALOG SWITCH
IC, EL4340IUZ-T7, MULTIPLEXING AMPLIFIER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITTTRIGGER BUFFER
IC, EL4332CSZ-T7, VIDEO MULTIPLEXING
IC, EL5106IWZ-T7, GAIN AMPLIFIER
IC, EL5106IWZ-T7, GAIN AMPLIFIER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITTTRIGGER BUFFER
IC, SN74LVC2G17DCKR, DUAL SCHMITTTRIGGER BUFFER
IC, ISL59885ISZ-T7, VIDEO SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, ISL59885ISZ-T7, VIDEO SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, BU9882FV-WE2, 2KBIT EEPROM
IC, MM1565AFBE, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, LM2660MM, SWITCHED CAPACITOR
VOLTAGE CON
IC, NJM2370U1-09-TE1, VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, NJM2370U1-09-TE1, VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, NJM2886DL3-05(TE1), LOW DROPOUT
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, TPA2005D1DGNRG4, AUDIO POWER
AMPLIFIER
IC, NJW1142AV(TE1), AUDIO PROCESSOR
IC, EL1883ISZ-T7, SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, EL1883ISZ-T7, SYNC SEPARATOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, PQ20VZ1UJ00H, LOW VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
IC, R1172H121D-T1-F, VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC, TC7SH08FU(TE85L,F)
IC, L3E07110K0A,TIMING PULSE GENERATOR
IC, L3E06150S2A,TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E01060P0A
IC, L3E06150S2A,TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E01060P0A
IC, L3E06150S2A,TFT-LCD CONTROLLER
IC, L3E01060P0A
CONNECTOR, LAP5300-0110F
SWITCH, THERMAL SWITCH WITH WIRE
HARNESS
PC BOARD ASSY, LINE-FILTER, APS-T602
9-11
E
Part No
B
U
75004146
75004421
75004422
75004422
75004422
75004422
75004422
75001226
75004422
75004143
75004419
75004151
75004429
75004411
75001323
75004430
75004430
75004411
75004411
75004424
75004424
75004415
75004420
75001237
75001239
75001239
75004427
75004428
75004426
75004423
75004423
75001245
75001245
75004416
75004762
75001245
75004760
75004761
75004759
75004761
75004759
75004761
75004759
75004140
75005121
23122519
CH
Chapter㧥
No Location
96 P801
97 P850
98 Q101
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
R001
R002
S1605
S501
SP200
U001
U002
106 U003
107 U004
108 U005
109 U006
110 U007
111 Y100
112 Y200
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
Y200
Y260
Y260
Y260
Y260
Y700
Y702
Z100
Z100
Z101
Z102
Z103
Z104
Z105
Z200
Z201B
Z201G
Z201R
Z202B
Z202G
Z202R
Z205
Description
PC BOARD ASSY, MAIN POWER, APS-T603
PC BOARD ASSY, LAMP POWER,
PS-240A-MS-120-22H
TRANSISTOR, UM6K1NTN, N-CH MOS FET
MODULE
LCD PANEL, L3P07X-66G00R
LCD PANEL, L3P07X-65G00R
SWITCH, TACT, TSW-6A-1-16-T50
SWITCH, SLIDE, SLD-12-500
SPEAKER, RFF-0401C-02
PC BOARD ASSY, MAIN, FX5MA2, TLP-X3000
PC BOARD ASSY, RELAY, FX5RE2, TLP-X3000
PC BOARD ASSY, EXHAUST SENSOR,
FX5EX2, TLP-X3000
PC BOARD ASSY, SENSOR, FX5SE2,
TLP-X3000
PC BOARD ASSY, DOOR SWITCH, FX5DR2,
TLP-X3000
PC BOARD ASSY, KEY, FX5KY2, TLP-X3000
PC BOARD ASSY, RELAY, FX2RL2
CABLE, RGB, BLUE
OWNERS MANUAL, CD-ROM AND BOOKLET,
X3000UEBJ
OWNERS MANUAL, CHINESE, X3000C
POWER CORD, UL 125V 10A, 3M
POWER CORD, EU
POWER CORD, UK
POWER CORD, CHINA
REMOCON HAND UNIT, CT-90266
REMOCON RECIVER, IR, MOUS, CR-916
FAN, TYF450FJ06
OPTICAL BLOCK, CJ589TA
FAN, TYF400FJ10
FAN, D05F-12BS2 02A
FAN, TYF310FJ11
FAN, D05F-12PS7 01A(EX)
FAN, D07R-12TH 03A(EX)
OPTICAL BLOCK, SUB ASSY, 589SUB
POLARIZER, 591IN-B
POLARIZER, 591IN-G
POLARIZER, 591IN-R
OPTICAL FILTER, 589OUT-B
OPTICAL FILTER, 589OUT-G
OPTICAL FILTER, 589OUT-R
LENS, 589LENS
9-12
E
Part No
B
U
CH
23122520
75004203
75004142
75005354
75005351
75004139
75004138
23351359
75005345
75005346
75005347
75005348
75005349
75005350
75004131
23368955
75005368
----23372167
-----
--------75005668
----23372148
----------------23372337
----------------23372155
75004774
23306621
75004190
75005360
75004160
23125960
75004159
75004191
75004192
75005362
75004210
75004209
75004208
75005365
75005364
75005363
75005361
TOSHIBA
CORPORATION
1-1, SHIBAURA 1-CHOME, MINATO-KU, TOKYO 105-8001, JAPAN