Canon LV-7105 Service manual

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SERVICE MANUAL
By Portable Document Format
0 PREFACE
1 General
2 Repair
3 Adjustment
LV-7105U/D78-5132
LV-7105E/D78-5133
4 Troubleshooting
5 Parts Catalog
6 Electrical Diagrams
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DY8-1785-131 500
CANON Multimedia Projector
LV-7105U
D78-5132
LV-7105E
D78-5133
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Copyright © 2001 by Canon Inc.
CANON INC.
30-2 Shimomaruko 3-Chome, Ohta-ku,
Tokyo 146-8501, Japan
First published July, 2001
PREFACE
1. Service Manual Composition
This manual contains information on servicing the product. It has the following sections.
Part 1 General Information
Provides the basic information needed to understand the product.
(Operating instructions are not included. Refer to the product's instruction book if
necessary.)
Part 2 Repair Information
Provides information for disassembly, reassembly, and adjustment of the product, about
the tools required, and their application.
Part 3 Adjustment
Provides information for disassembly, reassembly, and adjustment of the product, about
the tools required, and their application.
Part 4 Troubleshooting
Part 5 Parts Catalog
Part 6 Electrical Diagrams
2. Model Differences
In this series of products, there are models suffixed “J”, “U”, and “E”. The only
differences between the models are cosmetic, mainly the designation and rating plates.
Internally, they are identical.
Main Marketing Area
Model Name
Japan
North America
Europe
POWER PROJECTOR MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
LV-7105J
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
I
3. Tools & Test Equipment
1) General Purpose Tools
Description
Ball Driver, 2.0mm hex
Hex Key Set (w/2.0mm)
Driver, Ceramic Tip (1.8mm)
Driver, Slot (4.0mm)
Driver, Cross-point (#2)
Tool No.
CY9-5002-000
CY9-5007-000
CY9-5003-000
CY9-5004-000
CY9-5005-000
Remarks
Optical Parts Removal & Adjustment
Optical Parts Removal & Adjustment
Electrical Adjustments
Optical Parts Adjustment
Assembly & Disassembly
2) Test Equipment (Local Purchase)
Description
Digital Multi-meter
Video Signal Generator
Computer Signal Generator
Oscilloscope
Specifications
1mV – 500V DC
Color Bars and Gray Scale
Gray Scale
100MHz response or over
Remarks
Electrical Adjustment
Electrical Adjustment
Electrical Adjustment
Waveform checks
3) Other Equipment (Local Purchase)
Description
Screen
Personal Computer
Specifications
Over 40”
Windows 95 OS
Remarks
All Adjustment
All Adjustment
4) Chart/Software (Attached with this manual)
Description
Monitor Tester
Gray Scale Chart
Color Shading Correction Tool
Specifications
XGA and SVGA
Bitmap Data
Ver. 2.0.2
II
Remarks
Electrical Adjustment
Electrical Adjustment
White Uniformity Adjustment
CONTENTS
Page
Part 1: General Information
1. FEATURES.......................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Development objectives............................................................................1-1
1.2 Major Features..........................................................................................1-2
1.3 LV-7105 Features (Details).......................................................................1-3
2. LV-7105 SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................1-5
2.1 Main unit ...................................................................................................1-5
2.2 Connectors ...............................................................................................1-6
2.3 Accessories ..............................................................................................1-6
2.4 Other specifications ..................................................................................1-6
3. NOMENCLATURE............................................................................................1-7
3.1 Main unit ...................................................................................................1-7
3.2 Top controls ..............................................................................................1-8
3.3 Rear panel terminals.................................................................................1-9
3.4 Computer Input terminal ...........................................................................1-10
3.5 Control port connector ..............................................................................1-10
3.6 Remote control .........................................................................................1-11
3.7 Operating range ........................................................................................1-12
4. COMMENTARY ................................................................................................1-13
4.1 External appearance design .....................................................................1-13
4.2 Projection Lens .........................................................................................1-13
4.3 Hybrid gamma correction..........................................................................1-14
4.4 Fan speed control .....................................................................................1-14
5. CONNECTING..................................................................................................1-16
5.1 Connection to the computer......................................................................1-16
5.2 Connecting to the video equipment ..........................................................1-17
6. SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR.....................................................................1-18
6.1 Positioning the projector ...........................................................................1-18
6.2 Installation precautions .............................................................................1-18
7. SUPPORTED COMPUTER SYSTEM MODE ..................................................1-20
Part 2: Repair Information
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................2-1
2. CIRCUIT PROTECTIONS ................................................................................2-2
2.1 Fuse ..........................................................................................................2-2
2.2 Thermal Switch .........................................................................................2-2
2.3 Warning Temperature and Power Failure Protection ...............................2-3
2.4 Air Filter Care and Cleaning .....................................................................2-3
3. MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLIES.....................................................................2-5
3.1 Cabinet Top Removal ...............................................................................2-5
3.2 Cabinet Front and Speaker Removal .......................................................2-5
3.3 Main Board Removal ................................................................................2-6
3.4 Fuse Removal...........................................................................................2-6
3.5 AV and Component Board Removal.........................................................2-7
III
3.6 Line Filter Board Removal ........................................................................2-7
3.7 Lamp Ballast Unit Fan (FN905) Removal .................................................2-8
3.8 Power Board Removal ..............................................................................2-8
3.9 Optical Unit and Fan (FN901) Removal....................................................2-9
3.10 Audio Amp. Board Removal ...................................................................2-9
3.11 Fans (FN902, FN903, FN904) Removal .................................................2-10
3.12 AC Inlet Ass’y Removal ..........................................................................2-10
4. OPTICAL PARTS DISASSEMBLIES................................................................2-11
4.1 Projection Lens Removal ..........................................................................2-11
4.2 Optical Unit Top Removal .........................................................................2-11
4.3 Integrator Lens Ass’y Disassembly...........................................................2-12
4.4 Relay Lens Ass’y Disassembly .................................................................2-12
4.5 Polarized Glass-in Ass’y Disassembly......................................................2-13
4.6 Polarized Glass-out Ass’y Disassembly....................................................2-13
4.7 Locations and Directions ..........................................................................2-14
5. LCD PANEL/PRISM ASS’Y REPLACEMENT ..................................................2-15
5.1 LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y Removal..............................................................2-15
5.2 Note on LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y Mounting ...............................................2-16
6. CLEANING........................................................................................................2-17
7. LAMP REPLACEMENT ....................................................................................2-18
Part 3: Adjustment
1. BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS................................................................................3-1
1.1 Adjustments after Parts Replacement ......................................................3-2
1.2 Service Adjustment Menu Operation ........................................................3-3
1.3 Service Conditions ....................................................................................3-4
1.4 Service Adjustment Date Table ................................................................3-5
2. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ........................................................................3-7
2.1 Output Voltage Adjustment .......................................................................3-7
2.2 Fan Voltage Adjustment ...........................................................................3-7
2.3 PC-Offset Adjustment ...............................................................................3-8
2.4 PC Gain Adjustment .................................................................................3-8
2.5 Component Gain Adjustment....................................................................3-9
2.6 AV Gain Adjustment .................................................................................3-10
2.7 PSIG Adjustment ......................................................................................3-10
2.8 Signal Center Adjustment .........................................................................3-11
2.9 PC/AV Gamma Off Adjustment ................................................................3-11
2.10 PC/AV-Video Adjustment-1 ....................................................................3-12
2.11 PC/AV-Video Adjustment-2 ....................................................................3-13
2.12 S/H Clock Adjustment .............................................................................3-13
2.13 Common Center Adjustment ..................................................................3-14
2.14 White Balance Adjustment......................................................................3-14
2.15 Black Balance Adjustment ......................................................................3-15
2.16 Note on White Uniformity Adjustment .....................................................3-15
3. OPTICAL ADJUSTMENTS ...............................................................................3-16
3.1 Contrast Adujstment .................................................................................3-16
3.2 Integrator Lens Adujstment.......................................................................3-17
3.3 Relay Lens Adjustment .............................................................................3-19
IV
4. TEST POINTS AND LOCATIONS ....................................................................3-20
Part 4: Troubleshooting
1. TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................4-1
1.1 No Power ..................................................................................................4-1
1.2 No Sound ..................................................................................................4-6
1.3 No Picture .................................................................................................4-7
2. CONTROL PORT FUNCTIONS .......................................................................4-9
2.1 System Control & I/O Port Functions ........................................................4-9
3. WAVEFORMS ..................................................................................................4-11
4. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS .....................................................................................4-14
Part 5: Parts Catalog
Part 6: Electrical Diagrams
1. PARTS DESCRIPTION AND READING IN SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM..............6-1
2. PIN DESCRIPTION OF DIODE, TRANSISTOR AND IC..................................6-3
Circuit Block Diagram........................................................................................A1
Power Supply Lines ..........................................................................................A2
Schematic Diagrams .........................................................................................A3
Printed Wiring Board Diagrams.........................................................................A10
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Part 1
General
Information
Part 1: General Information
1. FEATURES
1.1 Development objectives
As multimedia capabilities become increasingly more important, the liquid crystal
projector market is showing continued growth. In the business world, liquid crystal
projectors are becoming an indispensable presentation
tool.
Most liquid crystal projectors that are used in event halls or large conference rooms
are equipped with a 1.3-inch or 0.9-inch liquid crystal panel; these products are
designed with a particular emphasis on brightness and high resolution. The diversity of
presentation machines does not stop there, however: every manufacturer of liquid
crystal projectors offers compact, portable, inexpensive models equipped with a 0.7-inch
liquid crystal panel that are targeted at the SOHO-HOME market.
The LV-7105 is a microportable* model that is equipped with a 0.7-inch XGA panel.
The LV-7105 will be added to the LV-5100 lineup of projectors equipped with SVGA
panels as Canon continues to expand its multimedia projector product offerings.
Canon is responsible for the external design and projection lens.
*Microportable: Defined by Canon to mean an LCD projector that weighs less than 3kg.
Fig. 1-1 LV-7105
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1.2 Major Features
● Compact, lightweight 2.8kg/B5 file size micro-portable type
Real XGA compatible, class-leading 800 ANSI lumen output
● Supports HDTV&DVD component input
Beautiful image reproduction with minimal burring of color
● Equiped with Digital Keystone function
Smoothly corrects for "keystone" effect caused by projector tilt, giving a square image
with up to 15 degrees tilt.
● Plug and Play: Simply plug in computer or AV components and start - no adjustments
required.
1) Multiscan System automatically detects PC vertical and horizontal scan
frequencies
2) Video color system: Automatically detects system (NTSC/PAL; SECAM/NTSC4.43)
PAL-M/PAL-N can be selected from menu bar)
3) Tracking: Auto Imaging function automatically tracks and optimally positions
image
4) Graphic User Interface (GUI): The graphic user interface simplifies image
adjustments in varying environments.
5) Six Language support: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese
are supported
6) Wireless Remote Control: Remote control has mouse control functions
● Temperature-sensing Real Time Fan Control: Unobtrusive sound level for conferences
● Gamma Correction: Gives high quality reproduction of gradation
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1.3 LV-7105 Features (Details)
● Brightest in the SVGA Micro Projector class - 800 ANSI Lumens
1) Large screen presentation even in brightly lit conference rooms
2) 120W UHP short arc lamp for bright images with great color balance
3) Newly developed large apature projection lens (f=28.8-34.5mm/F1.7-1.9)
● Real projection XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) Digital compression SXGA high-definition
projection *
First to use 0.7" XGA LCD panels
● Supports input from HDTV&DVD components
Color defference signal (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) input reproduces the images with minimal
burring of color.
* Composite (Video) input is common to the Brightness (Y) input.
● Digital Keystone distortion compensation
When the projected image surface and the projector are offset, the image has a
trapezoidal shape, but this can be smoothly compensated with offsets up to 15
degrees.
A simple operation gives a square image without adjusting the height of the projector.
● Gamma Correction
To avoid washed-out whites and murky blacks the user can control the middle
brightness.
● Plug and Play: Simply plug in computer or AV equipments and start - no adjustments
required.
● Power Management: improves lamp life
After a predetermined time (5' 30") with no input signal, the lamp is turned off. When
a signal is input, it turns back on.
● Simple wireless remote control
1) Supports all remote functions
2) P-Timer button supplies presentation elapsed time
3) Functions as the mouse control for connected PC
● Manual zoom and focus controls included
● Digital zoom enlarges any selected part of the presentation image
● Cues up the next screen without pausing or projecting an unnecessary operation
screen. (Freeze function)
● The image can be turned off without turning the power off and immediately turned back
on - Image shut-off function.
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● Noise is cut in the absence of a signal - Blue Back function.
● Impressive image size - up to 200 inches.
● Reverse image function allows the unit to be suspended from the ceiling or used as a
rear-screen projector.
● Reduced lamp problems (Replace Lamp Indication)
1) The replace lamp indicator shows when it is time for a change.
2) Lamp replacement by the user is simple.
● The design emphasizes the lens, as you would expect from a Canon product.
* With digital compression projection, some information is lost.
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2. LV-7105 SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Main unit
1. Type:
Micro-portable LCD Projector
2. LCD panel:
0.7" polysilicon active matrix TFT x 3
4:3 aspect ratio
3. Number of pixels:
786,432 pixels (1024 H x 768 V) x 3
4. Resolution of display supported:
SXGA (compression)/XGA/SVGA/VGA
5. Light source:
132W UHP lamp
6. Brightness:
800 ANSI lumens
7. Illuminance ratio at
edges of image field:
90%
8. Contrast ratio:
300:1
9. Horizontal resolution:
550 TV lines
10. Projection lens:
28.8 to 34.5mm, 1:1.7 to 1.9, x1.2
11. Lens shifting (U/D ratio):
12:1
12. Elevation adjustment:
UP by 7.5˚
13. Size of projection image(in.)/
projection distance(m):
41" (1.6m), 70" (2.8m), 100" (4.0m), 150" (6.0m),
200" (8.0m) in WIDE mode
34" (1.6m), 40" (1.9m), 70" (3.4m), 100" (4.8m), 200"
(9.7m) in TELE mode
14. Digital keystone distortion
compensation angle:
±15˚
15. Noise:
39dB (normal temperature)
16. Color system:
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N
17. Computer supported:
IBM PC or compatible, Macintosh, PC98, Workstations
Note: Some workstations are not supported.
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18. Scanning frequency:
15KHz to 100KHz for horizontal sync.
50Hz to 100Hz for vertical sync.
Up to 140MHz for dot clock
19. Audio output:
1W monaural
20. Built-in speaker:
40mm x 30mm (1.57" x 1.18"), x 1
21. Rated supply voltage:
100V AC, 50 / 60Hz (Japan)
100 to 120V AC / 200 to 240V AC, 50 / 60Hz (overseas)
22. Power consumption:
210W
23. Operating temperature:
5 to 35˚C (41 to 91˚F)
24. Storage temperature:
–10 to 60˚C (14 to 140˚F)
25. Dimensions (W x H x D)
189mm x 75.5mm x 310.8mm (7.44" x 2.97" x 12.24")
(Not including adjustable feet and lens)
189mm x 90.5mm x 322.7mm (7.44" x 3.56" x 12.70")
(Including adjustable feet and lens)
26. Net Weight:
2.8Kg (6.17 lbs)
2.2 Connectors
1. Computer input
Signal input:
Audio input:
Control port:
2. Audio/Video input
Video input:
Audio input:
3. Audio output:
HDB 15-pin x 1
Mini stereo jack x 1
Mini DIN 8-pin x 1
Mini DIN 4-pin x 1 (S-Video)
RCA type x 3 (Video/Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)
Mini stereo jack x 1
Mini stereo jack x 1
2.3 Accessories
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Remote Control Transmitter with two AA alkaline batteries
VGA Cable
Control Cable for PS/2 port
Lens Cover
Carry Bag
AC Power Cord
Plug Adapter (Japan model only)
Warranty Card
Owner's Manual
2.4 Other specifications
Service life of lamp:
Approx. 1000 hours
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3. NOMENCLATURE
3.1 Main unit
Zoom ring
Projection Lens
Focus Ring
Air Intake Vent
Speaker
Power Cord Connector
Lens Cover
Infrared Remote Receiver
Foot Lock Latch
Air Intake Vent
Terminals and Connectors
Air Intake Vent
Exhaust Vent
Lamp Cover
Adjustable Foot
Air Filter
Fig. 1-2
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3.2 Top controls
POWER ON-OFF BUTTON
FOCUS RING
WARNING TEMP. INDICATOR
Used to turn on the projector on
or off.
Turn this ring to adjust the
projected picture focus.
This indicator flashes red when internal
projector temperature is too high.
MENU BUTTON
ZOOM RING
READY INDICATOR
Use to open or close
the Menu operation.
Turn this ring to adjust the
projected picture size.
This indicator lights green when
the projector is ready to be turn on.
And it flashes green in Power
Management mode.
WIDE
POWER
MENU
NORMAL
MODE
TELE
LAMP WARNIN
G READY
REPLACE TEM
P.
LAMP
MODE BUTTON
POINT BUTTON
LAMP INDICATOR
Use to select input source
either Computer or Video.
Use to select an item of adjust
the value in the menu.
It is also used to pan the image
in Digital Zoom mode.
This indicator is dim when
the projector is turn on.
And bright when the projector
is stand-by mode.
NORMAL BUTTON
SELECT BUTTON
LAMP REPLACE INDICATOR
Used to rest to normal picture
adjustment preset by factory.
Used to execute the item selected.
It is also used to expand the image
in Digital Zoom mode.
This indicator turns to yellow when
the life of the projection lamp draws
to an end.
Fig. 1-3
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3.3 Rear panel terminals
VIDEO INPUTS
(Y/VIDEO, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)
RCA type jacks
Connect the composite video
output signal to the Y/Video
jack or connect the component
Y output signals to the Y/Video,
Pb/Cb and Pr/Cr jacks.
S-VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO
Y – Pb/Cb – Pr/Cr
Mini DIN 4-pin type
Connect the S-Video output
from the video equipment
to this terminal.
AUDIO INPUT
RESET
AV
AUDIO OUT
COMPUTER
AUDIO
IN
RESET BUTTON
The micro processor may
malfunction and need to rest.
This can be done by pressing
the Reset button with a pen,
which will shut down and
restart the projector.
S – VIDEO
Mini stereo jack
Connect the audio output
from the video equipment
to this terminal.
CONTROL PORT
COMPUTER IN
COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT
Mini stereo jack
Connect the audio output
signal from the computer
to this terminal
AUDUO OUTPUT
COMPUTER INPUT
CONTROL PORT
Mini stereo Jack
Connect the external audio
amplifier to this terminal.
HDB 15-pin type
Connect the computer output
signal to this terminal.
Mini DIN 8-pin type
When controlling the computer
with the Remote Control of this
projector, connect the mouse
port of the computer to this
terminal.
Fig. 1-4
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3.4 Computer Input terminal
Connect the display output terminal of the computer to this terminal with the VGA
Cable (attached).
When connecting the Macintosh computer, the MAC Adapter (optional) is required.
4
5
10
15
14
2
3
9
8
13
1
7
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
11
Red Input
Green Input
Blue Input
Sense 2
Ground (Horiz.sync.)
Ground (Red)
Ground (Green)
Ground (Blue)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
No Connect
Ground (Vert.sync.)
Sense 0
Sense 1
Horiz. sync.
Vert. sync.
Reserved
Fig. 1-5
3.5 Control port connector
When controlling the computer with the remote control of this projector, connect the
mouse port of the personal computer to this terminal.
This terminal does not adapt the PC98 type mouse port.
8
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7 6
4 3
2 1
Fig. 1-6
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PS/2
----CLK
DATA
GND
--------GND
-----
Serial
RXD
--------GND
RTS
TXD
GND
GND
ADB
----ADB
----GND
------------GND
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3.6 Remote control
ALL-OFF SWITCH
When using the Remote Control
Unit, turn this switch to "ON".
And turn it to "ALL OFF" when
it is not used.
POWER BUTTON
D.ZOOM BUTTON
POWER
Used to correct the keystone
distortion.
VOLUME BUTTON
KEYSTONE D.ZOOM VOLUME
MUTE
COMPUTER
MENU
VIDEO
Use to select Computer input
source.
VIDEO BUTTON
Use to select Video source.
POINT BUTTON
Used to move a pointer
on the menu, to adjust the
item, or to pan the image
in Digital Zoom mode.
RIGHT CLICK BUTTON
Use to compress the image in
Digital Zoom mode.
It is also used as a PC mouse
in Wireless Mouse operation.
P-TIMER
SELECT BUTTON
Used to execute the item
selected or to expand the image
in Digital Zoom mode.
NO SHOW
FREEZE
P-TIMER BUTTON
Used to operate P-timer function.
AUTO IMAGE
NORMAL
NO SHOW BUTTON
FREEZE BUTTON
Used to turn the picture into
black image.
AUTO IMAGE BUTTON
NORMAL BUTTON
Used to operate Auto Image function.
Used to reset to normal picture
position preset by factory.
Fig. 1-7
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F
ALL OF
COMPUTER BUTTON
MUTE BUTTON
MENU BUTTON
ON
KEYSTONE BUTTON
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3.7 Operating range
Point the remote control toward the projector (receiver's window) when pressing the
buttons.
Maximum operating range for the remote control is approximately 5m (16.4') and 60˚ in
front of the projector.
Precautions
• Prevent the direct sunlight or strong light from lighting apparatus from striking the
infrared remote receiver on the projector.
• Do not look into the laser pointer exit or point it at others.
• Do not dismantle the remote control.
30˚
5m
30˚
Fig. 1-8
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4. COMMENTARY
4.1 External appearance design
This product follows the same design concept and coloring as the earlier models, LV7325/LV-7320 to establish a unified image for Canon Multimedia Projectors. Some of
the major design points, which are basically the same as the other Canon Multimedia
Projectors, are outlined below.
● External Styling
The body is designed with subtle curves and the coloring and semi-transparent body
panels follow the lead of the LV-7300 series. Indications of the excellent lens
performance are printed around the lens to convey an impression of high picture
quality.
● Operating Keys
The operation and cursor key layout is a simple, intuitive layout with grouping to
insure ease of use.
● Coloring
The body of the projector is colored glacial blue. The front of the unit, with an
appearance fittimg a product from an optical equipment manufacturer, has an
aluminum lens ring and is colored arctic silver. The overall effect is to emphasize the
lens and evoke a sophisticated image.
The operating keys are a special "mercury silver" color that is easy to see in dim light
and also serves as a design accent point.
4.2 Projection lens
The newly developed zoom optics system, which has XGA-compatible/F1.7 specs.
The major features are follows.
● Lens construction: f=28.8 - 34.5mm/F1.7-1.9 (11 groups 12 elements)
The projection lenses are grouped into six sets, and each set plays an important role
in improving the optical performance, while also helping to keep the system compact
and yet sophisticated.
Specifically, there is a large aperture lens group that contributes to the brightness of
the system; a lens group that improves the efficiency of the illumination so that the
brightness of the image is maintained all of the way to the edges of the projection
screen; a lens group that contributes to color difference compensation by using lowdiffusion glass; and others. With a multi-lens optical configuration that consists of 12
lenses in 11 groups, the optical system functions as a large aperture projection lens
that offers excellent resolution and low distortion.
● All lens surfaces are multi-coated
All lens surfaces are multi-coated to suppress surface reflections and to provide
excellent resolution.
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● All lenses are made from lead-free glass
All lenses are made from environmentally friendly lead-free glass.
4.3 Hybrid gamma correction
Hybrid gamma correction is a new feature. It combines digital gamma correction and
analog gamma correction, and takes advantage of the characteristics* of both. Using the
on-screen menu, the user can take advantage of this new feature to control image
gradation.
* Analog gamma correction: analogue correction is applied to the non-linear analog
circuit. In analog correction transitions between gradations
are smooth.
* Digital gamma correction: Correction is applied through digital processing of the X/Y
gamma curve. Using a digital signal, varying the
characteristics curve, for example, is simple. Because
digital processing is involved, however, transitions between
gradations can be abrupt.
4.4 Fan speed control
A new feature of this projector is Real Time Fan Control. Temperature sensors control
the fan to reduce the fan noise level to an unobtrusive level (39dB) during normal
operation.
There are two temperature sensors, sensor 1 measuring ambient room temperature
and sensor 2 measuring the temperature in the area of the LCD panels. The outputs of
the sensors are sent to the CPU, which then controls the voltage applied to the fan as
outlined below.
1. If the internal temperature rises, the fan voltage is changed as shown in the figure
below.
But, if the internal temperature falls, the fan voltage remains unchanged for five
minutes, then is changed
The fan voltage is determined by the higher of the two sensor temperatures.
2. If the temperature sensed by sensor 1 exceeds 51˚C, or the temperature sensed by
sensor 2 exceeds 57˚C, the lamp is extinguished. In this case, the main power switch
must be turned off and then back on to resume operation.
3. The fan will continue to run for a maximum of 90 seconds after the power switch is
turned off.
4. If the CPU receives no response from a sensor, it determines that the sensor is
missing or broken and immediately shuts down the projector.
5. In Service Mode (when operating at high altitude) the fan operates at maximum
voltage regardless of room temperature.
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Fan Drive Voltage
Fan Noise: 39dB
Fan Noise: 43dB
13V
12V
11V
10V
9V
Exhaust Fan
Unit shutdown Temperature
Intake Fan
Room Temperature:
Sensor 1:
Sensor 2:
35ûC 37ûC
49ûC 51ûC
55ûC 57ûC
27ûC
41ûC
47ûC
Fig. 1-9
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5. CONNECTING
5.1 Connection to the computer
IBM-compatible computers or Macintosh computers (VGA/SVGA/XGA/SXGA)
Desktop type
Laptop type
Monitor Output
Serial Port
PS/2 Port
ADB Port
Control Cable
for Serial Port
(Optional)
Control Cable
for PS/2 Port
(Attached)
Control Cable
for ADB Port
(Optional)
Audio Output
MAC Adapter
(Optional)
Set the slide
switches following
the chart bellow.
Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
Audio Cable
Mini Stereo type
(Not supplied)
VGA Cable
(Attached)
Use one of these Control
Cables corresponding
with the terminal of your
computer.
VIDEO
Y – Pb/Cb – Pr/Cr
RESET
AUDIO OUT
S – VIDEO
AV
COMPUTER
COMPUTER AUDIO IN
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO OUT
CONTROL PORT
COMPUTER IN
CONTROL PORT
COMPUTER IN
Audio Cable
Mini Stereo type
(Not supplied)
MAC Adapter
Audio Input
Audio Amplifier
Set the switches as shown in the table below depending on the Display
Resolution that you want to use before you turn-on the projector and computer.
Speaker (Stereo)
1
ON
ON
DIP
1 2 3 4 5 6
OFF
Fig. 1-10
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13" MODE (640 x 480)
ON
16" MODE (832 x 624) OFF
19" MODE (1024 x 768) OFF
21" MODE (1152 x 870) ON
2
ON
ON
ON
ON
3
4
5
6
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF ON OFF OFF
ON OFF OFF OFF
ON ON OFF OFF
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5.2 Connecting to the video equipment
Video Source (example)
Video Cassette Recorder
Component video output equipment
(DVD Player, HDTV, etc.)
Video Disc Player
Composite
Video Output
Component
Video Output
S-VIDEO Output
Audio Output
Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr
When several display signals are input,
the projector assigns priority in this order:
(1) Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr, (2) S-Video, (3) Video.
If the desired input is not selected
automatically, use the video input menu
to select it.
R
L
S-Vdeo Cable
Audio Cable
(Not supplied)
RCA-Mini Stereo Type
(Not supplied)
Video Cable
(Not supplied)
Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr
VIDEO
Y — Pb/Cb —Pr/Cr
S-VIDEO
S —VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO OUT
RESET
AUDIO OUT
AV
COMPUTER
AUDIO
IN
CONTROL PORT
COMPUTER IN
Audio Cable
Mini Stereo type
(Not supplied)
Audio Input
Speaker (Stereo)
Audio Amplifier
Fig. 1-11
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6. SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR
6.1 Positioning the projector
This projector is designed to project on a flat projection surface.
The projector can be focused from 1.6m (5.2') to 8.0m (26.3').
Refer to the figure below to adjust the screen size.
8.0m
200”
6.0m
4.0m
150”
2.4m
WIDE END
167”
100”
1.6m
H1
125”
60”
TELE END
83”
41”
50”
H2
34”
Screen Size
(W x H)mm
34”
60”
100”
150”
200”
690 x 518
1219 x 914
2032 x 1524
3048 x 2286
4064 x 3048
Height(H1)
478mm
844mm
1407mm
2110mm
2814mm
Height(H2)
40mm
70mm
117mm
176mm
234mm
Fig. 1-12
6.2 Installation precautions
1) Temperature of air discharged from exhaust vent
Hot air is discharged from the exhaust vent. Do not put the object in the way of this
hot air.
2) Installation site
Do not install the projector in humid or duty locations, or locations subject to a lot of
oil mist or cigarette smoke. Doing so may cause dirt to adhere to the lenses, mirrors
and other optical parts, resulting in impaired image quality. Also, do not install the
projector in high- or low-temperature locations.
3) Operating temperature range: 5˚C to 35˚C
4) Storage temperature range: –10˚C to 60˚C
5) Condensation
Do not move the projector suddenly from a low-temperature location to a hightemperature location, or suddenly raise the room temperature. Doing so can cause
moisture in the air to condense on the lenses and mirrors of the projector, resulting
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in blurred images.
6) Screen and room brightness
Do not install the projector where sunlight or lighting directly strikes on the screen. If
sunlight or light from lighting strikes on the screen, image will appear whitish and
difficult-to-view.
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7. SUPPORTED COMPUTER SYSTEM MODE
The projector judges the incoming signal from the connected personal computer and
automatically selects the appropriate system mode. Some models cannot be selected
depending on the computer. In this case, the message Go to PC adj. is displayed at the
system box on the menu bar. (Adjust and set the computer system manually.)
Table 1-1
V-Freq.
(Hz)
59.88
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
RESOLUTION
640 x 480
H-Freq.
(kHz)
31.47
1024 x 768
H-Freq.
(kHz)
62.04
V-Freq.
(Hz)
77.07
XGA 10
VGA 2
720 x 400
31.47
70.09
XGA 11
1024 x 768
61.00
75.70
VGA 3
640 x 400
31.47
70.09
XGA 12
1024 x 768
35.522
86.96
(Interlace)
VGA 4
640 x 480
37.86
74.38
XGA 13
1024 x 768
46.90
58.20
VGA 5
VGA 6
640 x 480
37.86
72.81
XGA 14
1024 x 768
47.00
58.30
640 x 480
37.50
75.00
XGA 15
1024 x 768
58.03
72.00
VGA 7
640 x 480
43.269
85.00
MAC 19
1024 x 768
60.24
75.08
MAC LC13
640 x 480
34.97
66.60
MAC 21
1152 x 870
68.68
75.06
MAC 13
640 x 480
35.00
66.67
SXGA 1
1152 x 864
64.20
70.40
RGB
––––––––
15.625
SXGA 2
1280 x 1024
62.50
58.60
RGB
––––––––
15.734
50
(Interlace)
60
(Interlace)
SXGA 3
1280 x 1024
63.90
60.00
SVGA 1
800 x 600
35.156
56.25
SXGA 4
1280 x 1024
63.34
59.98
SVGA 2
800 x 600
37.88
60.32
SXGA 5
1280 x 1024
63.74
60.01
SVGA 3
800 x 600
46.875
75.00
SXGA 6
1280 x 1024
71.69
67.19
SVGA 4
800 x 600
53.674
85.06
SXGA 7
1280 x 1024
81.13
76.107
SVGA 5
800 x 600
48.08
72.19
SXGA 8
1280 x 1024
63.98
60.02
SVGA 6
800 x 600
37.90
61.03
SXGA 9
1280 x 1024
79.976
75.025
SVGA 7
800 x 600
34.50
55.38
SXGA 10
1280 x 960
60.00
60.00
SVGA 8
800 x 600
38.00
60.51
SXGA 11
1152 x 900
61.20
65.20
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
RESOLUTION
VGA 1
SVGA 9
800 x 600
38.60
60.31
SXGA 12
1152 x 900
71.40
75.60
SVGA 10
800 x 600
32.70
51.09
SXGA 13
1280 x 1024
50.00
SVGA 11
800 x 600
38.00
60.51
SXGA 14
1280 x 1024
50.00
86.00
(Interlace)
94.00
(Interlace)
MAC 16
832 x 624
49.72
74.55
SXGA 15
1280 x 1024
63.37
60.01
XGA 1
1024 x 768
48.36
60.00
SXGA 16
1280 x 1024
76.97
72.00
XGA 2
1024 x 768
68.677
84.997
SXGA 17
1152 x 900
61.85
66.00
XGA 3
1024 x 768
60.023
75.03
SXGA 18
1280 x 1024
46.43
86.70
(Interlace)
XGA 4
1024 x 768
56.476
70.07
SXGA 19
1280 x 1024
63.79
60.18
XGA 5
1024 x 768
60.31
74.92
MAC
1280 x 960
75.00
75.08
XGA 6
1024 x 768
48.50
60.02
MAC
1280 x 1024
80.00
75.08
XGA 7
1024 x 768
44.00
54.58
HDTV720p
––––––––
45.00
60.00
XGA 8
1024 x 768
63.48
79.35
HDTV1035i
––––––––
33.75
XGA 9
1024 x 768
36.00
87.17
(Interlace)
HDTV1080i
––––––––
33.75
60.00
(Interlace)
60.00
(Interlace)
NOTE : Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Basically this projector can accept the signal from all computers with the V, H-Frequency
below mentioned and less than 140 MHz of Dot Clock.
When these marked in yellow signals are projected there will be some difference in lines
and characters because the signals are digitally compressed.
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Information
Part 2: Repair Information
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
The chassis of this projector is isolated (COLD) from AC line by using the converter transformer. Primary
side of the converter and lamp power supply unit circuit is connected to the AC line and it is hot, which hot
circuit is identified with the line (
) in the schematic diagram. For continued product safety and
protection of personnel injury, servicing should be made with qualified personnel.
The following precautions must be observed.
1: An isolation transformer should be connected in the power line between the projector and the AC line
before any service is performed on the projector.
2: Comply with all caution and safety-related notes provided on the cabinet back, cabinet bottom, inside
the cabinet or on the chassis.
3: When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain that all the protective devices are installed
properly, such as, control knobs, adjustment covers or shields, barriers, etc.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS PROJECTOR WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE SHIELD IN POSITION AND
PROPERLY SECURED.
4: Before replacing the cabinet cover, thoroughly inspect the inside of the cabinet to see that no stray
parts or tools have been left inside.
Before returning any projector to the customer, the service personnel must be sure it is completely safe to
operate without danger of electric shock.
Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of the
projector. Components indicated by mark
in the parts list and the schematic diagram designate
components in which safety can be of special significance. It is, therefore, particularly recommended that
the replacement of there parts must be made by exactly the same parts.
Eye damage may result from directly viewing the light produced by the Lamp used in this equipment.
Always turn off Lamp before opening cover. The Ultraviolet radiation eye protection required during this
servicing.
Never turn the power on without the lamp to avoid electric-shock or damage of the devices since the
stabilizer generates high voltages (15kV - 25kV) at its starts.
Since the lamp is very high temperature during units operation replacement of the lamp should be done
at least 45 minutes after the power has been turned off, to allow the lamp cool-off.
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2. CIRCUIT PROTECTIONS
This projector is equipped with the following circuit protections to operate in safety. If
the abnormality occurs inside the projector, it will automatically turn off by operating
one of the following protection circuits.
Screw
2.1 Fuse
The fuse is located inside of the projector. When
either the LAMP indicator or the READY
indicator is not illuminated, fuse may be
opened. Check the fuse as following steps.
It should be used the specified fuse as follows;
Line Filter Cover
Fuse
Line Filter Board
Fuse Part No.: CY2-8376-000
TYPE T4.0AH 250V FUSE
LITTEL FUSE INC. TYPE 215004
[How to replace the fuse]
1. Remove the cabinet top and main board
following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Remove a screw and the line filter cover
upward.
3. Remove the fuse from fuse holder.
To install the fuse, take reversed step in the above.
Fig. 2-1
2.2 Thermal Switch
There is the thermal switch (SW902) inside of
the projector to prevent the internal temperature
from rising abnormally. When the internal
temperature reaches near 100˚C, turn off the AC
main power supply automatically.
The thermal switch is not reset to normal
automatically even if the internal temperature
becomes normal. Reset the thermal switch
following procedure.
Check the resistance between terminals of
thermal switch by using the tester. If it has high
impedance, thermal switch may be in operative.
Reset Button
[How to reset the thermal switch]
1. Remove the cabinet top following to
“Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Press the reset button on the thermal switch.
CAUTION
Thermal switch (SW902)
Fig. 2-2
Before press the reset button, disconnect the AC cord from the projector.
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2.3 Warning Temperature and Power Failure Protection
The TEMP WARNING indicator flashes red and the projector will automatically turn off
when the internal temperature of the projector exceeds the normal temperature or when
stopping cooling fans or when the internal power supply lines are failed.
Check the following possible causes and wait until stopping the TEMP WARNING
indicator flashing.
Possible causes
• Air filter is clogged with dust particles. Remove dust from the air filter by following
instructions in the “Air filter care and cleaning” below.
• Ventilation slots of the projector are blocked. In such an event, reposition the
projector so that ventilation slots are not obstructed.
• Check if projector is used at higher temperature place (Normal operating temperature
is 5 to 35 ˚C or 41 to 95 ˚F)
If the TEMP WARNING indicator still continues to flash, there may be defects on
cooling fans or power supply circuits. Please check fan operation and power supply lines
referring to the “Power Supply Lines Chart”.
2.4 Air Filter Care and Cleaning
The removable air filters prevents dust from
accumulation on the surface of the projection
lens and projection mirror. Should the air
filter become clogged with dust particles, it will
reduce the cooling fan’s effectiveness and may
result in internal heat build up and reduce the
life of the projector.
To clean up the air filters, follow the cleaning
procedure below:
1. Turn the power off, and disconnect the AC
power cord from the AC outlet.
2. Turn the projector up side down and
remove 2 air filters (Large and Small) by
pulling the latches of them upward.
3. Clean the air filters with brush or wash out
the dust and particles.
4. Replace each air filter properly. Make sure
that the air filters are fully inserted.
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Air filters
Air filters
(Small)
(Large)
Fig. 2-3
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CAUTION
Do not operate the projector with the air filter removed. The dust is
stuck on the LCD panel and the mirror, and it may spoil the fine
picture image.
Do not put the small parts into the air filter intake vents. It result in
the malfunction of the projector. The air filter is small parts. Take care
that children don’t eat or swallow it.
We recommend to avoid dusty, smoky place for operating the projector.
Using in dusty place may cause the picture of poor quality.
When using under the dusty or smoky conditions, dust may
accumulate on the LCD panel and lens inside it, and may resultantly
be projected on the screen together with the picture.
When the above symptoms are noticed, please clean up the LCD panel
and lens following to the “Cleaning Method”.
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3. MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLIES
Mechanical disassemble should be made following procedures in numerical order.
Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may be
ignored.
CAUTION
The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as
the original otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product
safety.
3.1 Cabinet Top Removal
(1) Remove 5 screws.
(2) Remove 2 screws A of the
Cabinet Front (bottom
part). See Fig. 2-5
(3) Pull the lower part of the
Cabinet Front off forward.
(4) Pull the Cabinet Top upward
while opening the
arrow indicated part of it
toward outside.
Fig. 2-4
3.2 Cabinet Front and Speaker Removal
1. Remove 4 screws (2 top and 2 bottom) A and take the cabinet front off forward.
2. Remove 2 screws B and then remove RC board and temp board.
3. Remove 4 screws C and the speaker.
RC Board
Temp Board
A
B
B
A
A
C
Fig. 2-5
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3.3 Main Board Removal
1. Remove 9 screws and remove the main board upward.
Main Board
Fig. 2-6
3.4 Fuse Removal
1. Remove a screw and pull the line filter cover upward and then replace the fuse if
required.
Line Filter Cover
Fuse
Fig. 2-7
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3.5 AV and Component Board Removal
1. Remove 3 screws A and FPC cables, and then take the component board off upward.
2. Remove a screw B and a grounding lead, and then take the AV board ass’y off
upward.
A
Component Board
A
A
AV Board Ass’y
B
Grounding Lead
Fig. 2-8
3.6 Line Filter Board Removal
1. Remove a screw A and remove a grounding lead.
2. Remove 2 screws B and take the line filter ass’y off upward.
3. Remove the line filter board from line filter holder.
B
Line Filter Ass’y
A
B
Grounding Lead
Line Filter Board
Line Filter Holder
Fig. 2-9
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3.7 Lamp Ballast Unit Fan (FN905) Removal
1. Disconnect the thermal switch sockets.
2. Remove a screw A and disconnect the lamp socket.
3. Remove 2 screws B (bottom side) and a
screw C, and the remove the lamp
ballast unit upward.
4. Take the cover off from the lamp ballast
unit and remove 4 screws D and take
the lamp ballast board off from the
holder.
5. Remove the fan FN905 from the holder.
C
Blue
Lamp Ballast Unit
Thermal Switch Sockets
Brown
A
D
Lamp Ballast Board
D
D
D
B
Lamp Socket
Fan (FN905)
B
Fig. 2-10
3.8 Power Board Removal
A
1. Remove 2 screws A and take the
power unit cover off upward.
2. Remove 3 screws B and pull the
power board upward.
A
B
B
B
Fig. 2-11
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3.9 Optical Unit and Fan (FN901) Removal
1. Remove 2 screws A and the thermal switch.
2. Remove a screw B and
C
disconnect the lamp socket.
C
3. Remove 7 screws C and pull
A
A
Thermal Switch
the optical unit upward.
4. Remove 2 screws D and fan
(FN901).
B
Lamp Socket
C
C
C
Optical Unit
C
C
Fan (FN901)
AV Board Ass’y
D
Fig. 2-12
3.10 Audio Amp. Board Removal
1. Remove a screw A (bottom
side) and 2 screws B, and
then pull the power unit
holder upward.
2. Remove 2 screws C and take
the audio amp. board off from
the power unit holder
Audio Amp. Board
C
C
B
Power Unit Holder
A
Fig. 2-13
2-9
B
D
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3.11 Fans (FN902, FN903, FN904) Removal
1. Remove 4 screws A and
3 screws B and remove
the duct cover and fans
(FN902 and FN903).
2. Remove 2 screws C and
fan (FN904), and
remove 2 screws D and
fan holder.
A
B
A
B
B
Duct Cover
A
A
FN902
FN903
C
D
Fig. 2-14
D
3.12 AC Inlet Ass’y Removal
1. Remove a screw A and
a grounding lead.
2. Remove 2 screws B and
pull the AC inlet ass’y
upward.
B
B
A
AC Inlet
Grounding Lead
Fig. 2-15
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C
FN904
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4. OPTICAL PARTS DISASSEMBLIES
4.1 Projection Lens Removal
1. Remove the Cabinet top and cabinet front following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Remove 4 screws and remove the Projection Lens.
Fig. 2-16
4.2 Optical Unit Top Removal
1. Remove the Cabinet top, front, main board, component boards and power unit cover
following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Remove 6 screws and take the optical unit top off upward.
Optical Unit Top
Fig. 2-17
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4.3 Integrator Lens Ass’y Disassembly
1. Remove the cabinet top, front and main board following to “Mechanical
Disassemblies”.
2. Remove 2 screws A and take the integrator lens ass’y off upward.
3. Release 4 hooks B on the holder and remove the integrator lens.
A
A
Hooks B
* Should be place the
rugged surface of lens
comes to holder side.
Holder
Integrator Lens
Hooks B
Fig. 2-18
4.4 Relay Lens Ass’y Disassembly
1. Remove the cabinet top, front, main and component boards following to “Mechanical
Disassemblies”.
2. Remove 2 screws A and take the relay lens ass’y off upward.
3. Remove 2 screws B on the holder and take the relay lens off.
A
A
Holder
B
Relay Lens
B
Fig. 2-19
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4.5 Polarized Glass-in Ass’y Disassembly
1. Remove the cabinet top, front, main and component boards following to “Mechanical
Disassemblies”.
2. Remove each screw and take the each polarized glass-in ass’y off upward.
3. Release 2 hooks and remove the polarized glass-in.
Note:
Each polarized glasses
are defferent parts.
Phase Sheet
Polarized Glass-In
Hook
* Mount the polarized glass as the
surface attached the phase sheet
comes to the prism side.
Fig. 2-20
4.6 Polarized Glass-out Ass’y Disassembly
1. Remove the cabinet top, front and main boards following to “Mechanical
Disassemblies”.
2. Remove 4 screws by using the 2.0 mm hex driver and take the LCD Panel/Prism
ass’y off upward from the optical unit.
3. Remove each screw and take the each polarized glass-out off upward.
Note:
Do not replace the LCD
panel separately
otherwise it can not
obtain proper picture.
LCD Panel/Prism
Ass’y
Polarized Glass-Out
LCD Panel/Prism
Ass’y
LCD Panel
* Mount the polarized glass as the
surface attached the phase sheet
comes to the LCD panel side.
Fig. 2-21
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4.7 Locations and Directions
When the optical parts mounting or assembling, the parts must be mounted in the
specified location and direction. Please follow to the figure below.
No.
Part name
No.
Part name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Prism ass’y
Integrator lens (IN)
Integrator lens (OUT)
Prism Ass’y (PBS)
Condenser lens (OUT)
Dichroic mirror (R)
Mirror (R)
Condenser lens (R)
Condenser lens (B)
Mirror (B)
Optical Filter (UV cut)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Relay lens (OUT)
Relay lens (IN)
Dichroic mirror (G)
Condenser lens
Polarized glass (OUT/R)
Polarized glass (OUT/G)
Polarized glass (OUT/B)
Polarized glass (IN/R)
Polarized glass (IN/G)
Polarized glass (IN/B)
10
9
8
1
11
7
18 16
21
19
17
20
6
12
15
A cutting corner
comes this side up.
14
10
5
13
A cutting corner
comes this side up.
4
Dot marker
3
2
Light Source
Fig. 2-22
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5. LCD PANEL/PRISM ASS’Y REPLACEMENT
WARNING
LCD panels used for this model can not be replaced separately. Do not
disassemble the LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y. These LCD panels are
installed with precision at the factory. When replacing the LCD panel,
should be replaced whole of the LCD panels and prism ass’y at once.
After replacing LCD Panel/Prism ass’y, please check the following
adjustments.
• Check the “Integrator Lens Adjustment” and “Relay Lens
Adjustment” following to chapter “Optical Adjustment”.
• Check the “White Balance Adjustment” and “Black Balance
Adjustment” following to chapter “Electrical Adjustment”.
• Check the white uniformity on the screen.
• If you find the color shading, please adjust the white uniformity by
using the proper computer and “Color Shading Correction” software
attached with this manual.
COLOR SHADING CORRECTION (Ver. 2.0.2)
5.1 LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y Removal
1. Remove the cabinet top, front and
main board following to
“Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Remove 4 screws by using the 2.0
mm hex driver and take the LCD
Panel/Prism ass’y off upward from
the optical unit.
Note:
Do not replace the LCD
panel separately
otherwise it can not
obtain proper picture.
LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y
Fig. 2-23
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5.2 Note on LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y Mounting
After replacing or installing the LCD Panel/Prism ass'y, please make sure to obtain the
best focus in both TELE and WIDE zoom. If the focus adjustment is required, please
adjust the positioning of LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y by following the below procedure.
Mounting Procedure
1. Loosen 4 screws A on the LCD
Panel/Prism ass'y with 2.0 mm hex
driver.
2. Turn the projector on and project
the image with WIDE zoom, and
adjust the FOCUS control to obtain
the best focus.
3. Turn the ZOOM control to the TELE
position.
4. Move the LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y
backward or forward (about 0mm 0.8mm) to obtain the proper focus.
Confirm the focus at TELE and
WIDE zoom.
5. Tighten 4 screws A to fix the LCD
Panel/Prism ass'y.
Top View
A
A
A
A
LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y
Fig. 2-24
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Part 2: Repair Information
6. CLEANING
WARNING
After long periods of use, dust and other particles will accumulate on
the LCD panel, prism, mirror, polarized glass, lens, etc., causing the
picture to darken or color to blur. If this occurs, clean the inside of
optical unit.
Remove dust and other particles using air spray. If dirt cannot be
removed by air spray, disassemble and clean the optical unit.
Cleaning with air spray
1. Remove the cabinet top following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Clean up the LCD panel and polarizing plate by using the air spray from the cabinet
top opening.
CAUTION
Use a commercial (inert gas) air spray designed for cleaning camera
and computer equipment. Use a resin-based nozzle only. Be vary
careful not to damage optical parts with the nozzle tip. Never use any
kind of cleanser on the unit. Also, never use abrasive materials on the
unit as this may cause irreparable damage.
Disassembly cleaning
Disassembly cleaning method should only be performed when the unit is considerable
dirty and cannot be sufficiently cleaned by air spraying alone.
Be sure to readjust the optical system after performing disassembly cleaning.
1. Remove the cabinet top and main units following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
2. Remove the optical base top following to “Optical Unit Disassemblies”. If the LCD
panel needs cleaning, remove the LCD panel unit following to “LCD panel
replacement”.
3. Clean the optical parts with a soft cloth. Clean extremely dirty areas using a cloth
moistened with alcohol.
CAUTION
The surface of the optical components consists of multiple dielectric
layers with varying degrees of refraction. Never use organic solvents
(thinner, etc.) or any kind of cleanser on these components.
Since the LCD panel is equipped with an electronic circuit, never use
any liquids (water, etc.) to clean the unit. Use of liquid may cause the
unit to malfunction.
2-17
Part 2: Repair Information
7. LAMP REPLACEMENT
WARNING
• For continued safety, replace with a lamp assembly of the same type.
• Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before you open
the lamp cover. The inside of the projector can become very hot.
• Do not drop the lamp module or touch the glass bulb! The glass can
shatter and cause injury.
Procedure
1. Turn off the projector and disconnect the AC
cord. Allow the projector to cool for at lease 45
minutes.
2. Remove a screw with a screwdriver and remove
the lamp cover.
3. Remove 2 screws and pull out the lamp
assembly by grasping the handle.
4. Replace the lamp assembly securely and
tighten 2 screws.
5. Place the lamp cover and tighten a screw.
6. Connect the AC cord to the projector and turn
on.
7. Reset the lamp replacement monitor timer, see
below explanation.
Service Parts No.: DY4-6108-000
Description: Lamp A’ssy LV-LP10
Lamp cover
Handle
Lamp Assembly
Fig. 2-25
CAUTION
• Do not reset the Lamp Replacement Monitor Timer, except after the
lamp is replaced.
• The projector can not be turned-on with the lamp cover removed,
because when the lamp cover is removed, the interlock switch is also
released to switch off the mains power for safety.
How to reset the lamp replacement monitor timer
1. Turn the projector on, and press the MENU button and the ON-SCREEN MENU will
appear. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select SETTING and press the
SELECT button. Another dialog box SETTING MENU will appear.
2. Press the POINT DOWN button and a red arrow icon will appear. Move the arrow to
“Lamp age”, and then press the SELECT button. The message “Lamp replace monitor
Reset?” is displayed.
3. Select [Yes] to reset the Timer.
Please refer to the owners manual for further information.
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Part 2: Repair Information
Recommendation
Should the air filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce the cooling fan’s
effectiveness and may result in internal heat build up and short lamp life. We
recommend cleaning the air filter after the projection lamp is replaced.
Refer to “Air Filter Cleaning”.
How to check the accumulated illumination time
The LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator will illuminate when the accumulated
illumination time of the lamp reaches 1000 hours. This is to indicate that lamp
replacement is required.
You can check the accumulated illumination time of the lamp by following procedure.
1. Press and hold the pointer
on the projector for more than 20 seconds.
2. The accumulated illumination time is displayed on the right bottom corner of the
screen. For example, when “Lamp Age 123 hours” is displayed, the accumulated
illumination time of the lamp is 123 hours. This will disappear in 5 seconds.
Lamp Age
0123 Hours
Accumulated Illumination Time
2-19
Part 3
Adjustment
Part 3: Adjustment
1. BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS
IC302 on the main board stores the data for the service adjustments,
and should not be replaced except for the case of defective device.
If replaced, it should be performed the re-adjustments following to the
“Electrical Adjustments”.
The data of lamp replacement monitor timer is stored in the IC302.
Please note that the lamp replacement monitor timer is reset when the
memory IC (IC302) is replaced.
(Lamp replacement monitor time can not be set to the previous value.)
Caution to memory IC replacement
CAUTION
When IC302 is replaced with new one, the CPU writes down the default
data of the service adjustments to the replaced IC, refer to the service
adjustment table. As these data are not the same data as factory
shipped data, it should be required to perform the re-adjustments
following to the “Electrical Adjustments”.
Please note that the lamp replacement monitor timer is reset.
Caution of Main Board replacement (in the case IC302 is not
defective)
When the main board is replaced, IC302 should be replaced with the
one on previous main board. After replacement, it should be required
to perform the re-adjustments following to the “Electrical
Adjustments”.
In this case, the lamp replacement monitor timer can be kept the value
as before.
3-1
Part 3: Adjustment
1.1 Adjustments after Parts Replacement
● : Adjustment necessary ❍ : Check necessary
Optical
Adjustments
Disassembly / Replaced Parts
LCD/
Prism
Ass’y
Integrator
lens
Integrator Lens Adjustment
❍
●
Relay Lens Adjustment
❍
Relay
Lens
R
G
B
Power
Board
Component
Main Board
Board
●
Contrast Adjustment
●
R-Contrast adjustment
●
G-Contrast adjustment
●
B-Contrast adjustment
●
Output voltage adjustment
●
FAN voltage adjustment
Electrical Adjustments
Polarized glass
●
PC offset adjustment
●
PC gain adjustment
●
Component gain adjustment
●
AV gain adjustment
●
PSIG Adjustment
●
Signal center adjustment
●
PC Gamma off video adjustment
●
PC/AV signal adjustment-1
●
PC/AV signal adjustment-2
●
●
S/H clock adjustment
Common center adjustment
●
●
White balance adjustment
❍
❍
Black balance adjustment
❍
❍
3-2
Part 3: Adjustment
1.2 Service Adjustment Menu Operation
To enter the service mode
To enter to the “Service Mode”, press and hold the MENU and NORMAL button on
the projector at the same time for more than 3 seconds. The service mode display
appears on the screen as follows.
To adjust service data
Select the adjustment item no. by pressing the pointer
or
button, and change
the data value by pressing the pointer
or
button. Refer to the “Service Adjustment
Data Table” for further description of adjustment item no. and data value.
To return to the normal mode
To exit the service mode, press the POWER button on the projector or remote control
unit.
Normal mode
Service mode
Service Mode
WIDE
Video
Item
Data
10
15
POWER
MENU
NORMAL
MODE
Version : 1.0
Item
10
Adjustment
Item No.
Data
15
Adjustment
Data Value
Fig. 3-1
3-3
TELE
LAMP WARNING
READY
REPLACE TEMP.
LAMP
Part 3: Adjustment
1.3 Service Conditions
When you carry out the electrical, optical service adjustment or repairing with cabinet
top removal, it should be done under the service conditions listed below. If you can not
keep the one of following conditions, the projector turns off automatically by operating
the protection circuit.
Service Conditions:
Operating Temperature
: 41°F ~ 81°F (5°C ~ 30°C)
Fans Control : Maximum
AC Power Supply
: 100 ~ 120V or 200V ~ 240V
To set the Fan Control to maximum, follow the Fan Control Setting Procedure below;
Fan Control Setting Procedure
1. Enter to the service mode.
2. Select adjustment item no.<29> and change data value to <0> to <1>. Now the cooling
fans operate in maximum.
3. Exit from the service mode.
After finishing the works, restore the service data to <0> following to the steps 1 to 3.
*Please refer to the “Service Adjustment Menu Operation” described on page 23 for how
to entering the service mode and changing the service data.
3-4
Part 3: Adjustment
1.4 Service Adjustment Data Table
No. Adjustment Item
0
1
RGB AMP (Gamma OFF)
RGB AMP (Gamma ON)
2
S&H Test pattern display position
Initial Value
✻
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
GAMMA DLY CNT
GAMMA G BIAS
Not used
GAMMA R BIAS
Not used
GAMMA B BIAS
GAMMA R-B1P
GAMMA B-B1P
GAMMA G-B1P
DAC CLAMP LEVEL(SUB BRIGHT)
GAMMA R GAIN
GAMMA B GAIN
DAC RGB BIAS
DAC R BIAS
DAC B BIAS
DAC RGB GAIN(SUB CONTRAST)
S&H B-CK
S&H G-CK
S&H R-CK
Setting for Shoot out mode
Serial baud rate setting
Lamp life time display
S&H HCK PHASE adjust
GAMMA R_WHP
GAMMA G_WHP
GAMMA B_WHP
Fan Control
✻
30
D/A gain
✻
36
37
42
43
64
VD Analog Cont3(CV)
VD Analog Cont4
VD Bright
VD Contrast
VD Analog Cont3(S-Video)
✻
✻
✻
✻
✻
✻
✻
✻
PC
45
45
CV or S
REDGAIN
GRNGAIN
BLUGAIN
REDOFST
GRNOFST
BLUOFST
CLDUR
CLPLACE
37
12
0 - 63
0 - 63
12
0 - 63
23
23
23
50
45
45
70
70
70
70
70
20
17
18
23
0
1
0
3
54
54
54
0
✻
128
54
54
54
128
128
148
68
130
68
72
PC
96
96
96
Y/Cb/Cr
96
96
96
32
32
32
---
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 125
0 - 125
0 - 125
0 - 63
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0-2
0-2
0 - 15
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 or 1
0 - 255
PAL
72
0
✻
✻
✻
✻
✻
0 - 63
0 - 12
12
23
23
23
54
54
54
Description
Y/Cb/Cr
2
NTSC
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
Range
45
45
24
24
24
50
45
45
70
70
70
20
These initial values are the reference data written from the
CPU ROM to the memory IC when the new memory IC
replaced. The adjustment items indicated with “✻” are
required to readjust following to the “Electrical adjustments”.
Other items should be used with the initial data value.
---
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 63
0 - 255
0 - 255
3-5
Same as No.1of RGB AMP(Gamma ON)
To up/down R/G/B of Gamma at same time system stop up/down, when R, G or B
value reached Max or Min value.
Test pattern display depend on setting value,test pattern move to right, 1 dot each by
increasing data value.
Display Green test pattern where Service No2 setting position.
White balance adjustment of Black portion in AV mode for Red
White balance adjustment of Black portion in AV mode for Blue
White balance adjustment of Black portion in AV mode for Green
Sub-Bright(refer to DAC IC Control and User control spec)
G-Bias adjust value(refer to DAC IC Control and User control spec)
R-Bias adjust value(refer to DAC IC Control and User control spec)
B-Bias adjust value(refer to DAC IC Control and User control spec)
Sub-CONT(refer to DAC IC Control and User control spec)
Display Blue test pattern where Service No2 setting position.
Display Green test pattern where Service No2 setting position.
Display Red test pattern where Service No2 setting position.
0;Normal/ 1;Shoot out1/ 2;Shoot out2
0;9600/ 1;19200/ 2;38400
Read Only
Display Green test pattern where Service No2 setting position.
Fans control for high land, control FAN_CONT1/FAN_CONT2.
0 : automatic, 1 : Forced High speed
Part 3: Adjustment
No. Adjustment Item
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
For Fan Control
Ter
t
TaH
TaL
TbH
TbL
Th
Not used
Sub Sharpness (YCbCr)
Sub Tint (Video)
Sub Color (Video)
Sub Sharpness ( Video)
Sub Color (YCbCr)
Not used
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 60Hz
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 60Hz
Position (Horizontal) 60Hz
Position (Vertical) 60Hz
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 50Hz
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 50Hz
Position (Horizontal) 50Hz
Position (Vertical) 50Hz
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 480i
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 480i
Position (Horizontal) 480i
Position (Vertical) 480i
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 575i
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 575i
Position (Horizontal) 575i
Position (Vertical) 575i
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 480p
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 480p
Position (Horizontal) 480p
Position (Vertical) 480p
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 575p
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 575p
Position (Horizontal) 575p
Position (Vertical) 575p
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 720p
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 720p
Position (Horizontal) 720p
Position (Vertical) 720p
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 1035i
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 1035i
Position (Horizontal) 1035i
Position (Vertical) 1035i
Expand Ratio (Vertical) 1080i
Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 1080i
Position (Horizontal) 1080i
Position (Vertical) 1080i
Initial Value
Range
3
2
50
43
43
36
12
0 - 31
2-5
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
8
0
26
0
8
0 - 15
0 - 191
0 - 63
0-4
0 - 15
3
11
514
384
6
12
514
384
13
17
520
393
21
25
519
397
9
10
521
384
22
26
518
392
12
20
516
380
31
13
512
387
9
12
512
393
-------------------------------------
3-6
Description
Temperature checking period, 0.5/1.0/1.5/2.0/2.5/3.0 sec.
Refer to User control spec
Refer to User control spec
Select the PW Filter
Refer to Use control spec.
Video and S-Video mode only.
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode and RGB NTSC
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode and RGB PAL
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode and RGB HDTV 1035i
↓
↓
↓
For Component mode and RGB HDTV 1080i
↓
↓
↓
Part 3: Adjustment
2. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
CAUTION
The each circuit has been made by the fine adjustment at factory. Do
not attempt to adjust the following adjustments except requiring the
readjustments in servicing otherwise it may cause loss of performance
and product safety.
[Adjustment condition]
• Input signal
Video signal:
1.0Vp-p/75Ω terminated, 16 steps gray scale (Composite
video signal)
Component Video signal: 0.7Vp-p/75Ω terminated, 16 steps gray scale (Component
video signal with 480i, 480p, 575p, 720p, 1035i or 1080i
format)
Computer signal:
0.7Vp-p/75Ω terminated, 16 steps gray scale pattern (XGA)
• Picture control mode
“NORMAL” mode unless otherwise noted.
Note:
* Please refer to “Service Adjustment Menu Operation” for entering to the service mode
and adjusting the service data.
2.1 Output Voltage Adjustment
After replacing the Power Board, PF.C. Board, readjust the Output voltage adjustment
as follows.
1. Connect a digital voltmeter to pins 1 (+) and 3 (-) of K6C.
2. Adjust the voltage by using VR01 as following.
AC Input
230V
120V
CAUTION
Reading
380V ±2V
372V ±2V
Be sure to connect the lamp when taking this adjustment.
2.2 Fan Voltage Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect a digital voltmeter to test point “TP6602” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “29” and set data value to “1”.
Adjust the voltage to be 12.1 ±0.1Vdc by using VR6601.
Check that the voltages at test points “ TP6601” (+), “TP6603” (+) and chassis ground
(-) are 13.0 to 13.5Vdc.
5. Select item no. “29” and set data value to “0”.
3-7
Part 3: Adjustment
2.3 PC-Offset Adjustment
1. Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
2. Set to COMPUTER mode.
[R-Offset adjustment]
3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2211R” (+) and chassis ground (-).
4. Enter to the service mode, select item no. “275” and change data value to adjust the
pedestal level and black level to be same level.
[G-Offset adjustment]
5. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2221G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
6. Select item no. “276” and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black
level to be same level.
[B-Offset adjustment]
7. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2231B” (+) and chassis ground (-).
8. Select item no. “277” and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black
level to be same level.
Pedestal level = Black level
Fig. 3-2
2.4 PC Gain Adjustment
1. Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
2. Set to COMPUTER mode.
[PC-R gain adjustment]
3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2211R” (+) and chassis ground (-).
4. Enter to the service mode, select item no. “30” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
[PC-G gain adjustment]
5. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2221G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
6. Select item no. “273” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
[PC-B gain adjustment]
7. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2231B ” (+) and chassis ground (-).
8. Select item no. “274” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
3-8
Part 3: Adjustment
(a)
Pedestal level = Black level
Fig. 3-3
2.5 Component Gain Adjustment
1. Receive the 16-step gray scale component video signal.
2. Set to VIDEO (Component) mode.
[Component-R gain adjustment]
3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2211R” (+) and chassis ground (-).
4. Enter to the service mode, select item no. “30” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
[Component-G gain adjustment]
5. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2221G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
6. Select item no. “273” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
[Component-B gain adjustment]
7. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2231B ” (+) and chassis ground (-).
8. Select item no. “274” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
(a)
Pedestal level = Black level
Fig. 3-4
3-9
Part 3: Adjustment
2.6 AV Gain Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
Receive the 16-step gray scale video signal.
Set to VIDEO mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP2221G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “30” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be 1.05 ±0.01Vp-p.
(a)
Pedestal level = Black level
Fig. 3-5
2.7 PSIG Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
Set to COMPUTER mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP1451” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Adjust “a” to be 2.0 ±0.1V by using VR401.
Adjust “b” to be 10.0 ±0.1V by using VR402.
(a)
Fig. 3-6
3-10
(b)
Part 3: Adjustment
2.8 Signal Center Adjustment
1. Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
2. Set to COMPUTER mode.
[R-signal cneter adjustment]
3. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point “TP501R” (+) and chassis ground (-).
4. Adjust voltage to be 7.30 ±0.05V by using VR503.
[G-signal cneter adjustment]
5. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
6. Adjust voltage to be 7.30 ±0.05V by using VR533.
[B-signal cneter adjustment]
7. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point “TP505B” (+) and chassis ground (-).
8. Adjust voltage to be 7.30 ±0.05V by using VR563.
2.9 PC/AV Gamma Off Adjustment
[PC-gamma off adjustment]
1.
2.
3.
4.
Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
Set to COMPUTER mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “0” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be 1.40 ±0.01Vp-p.
[AV-gamma off adjustment]
5.
6.
7.
8.
Receive the 16-step gray scale video signal.
Set to VIDEO mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “0” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be 1.40 ±0.01Vp-p.
(a)
Fig. 3-7
Note:
* This adjustment should be carried out before adjusting PC/AV-Video Adjustment-1
and 2.
3-11
Part 3: Adjustment
2.10 PC/AV-Video Adjustment-1
Presetting
1. Input the 16-step gray scale video signal and computer signal.
[PC/AV-video adjustment]
2. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
3. Enter to the service mode, select item no. “15” and change data value to adjust “b” to
be 1.5 ±0.01Vp-p at each VIDEO and COMPUTER mode.
4. Select COMPUTER mode, select item no. “12” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be 4.00 ±0.01Vp-p.
5. Select VIDEO mode, select item no. “12” and change data value to adjust “a” to be
4.00 ±0.01Vp-p.
[R-video adjustment]
6.
7.
8.
9.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP501R” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode and select COMPUTER mode.
Select item no. “13” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 4.00 ±0.01Vp-p.
Select VIDEO mode and item no. “13” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 4.00
±0.01Vp-p.
[B-video adjustment]
10. Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP505B” (+) and chassis ground (-).
11. Enter to the service mode and select COMPUTER mode.
12. Select item no. “14” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 4.00 ±0.01Vp-p.
13. Select VIDEO mode and item no. “14” and change data value to adjust “a” to be 4.00
±0.01Vp-p.
white level
(b)
white level
(a)
black level
Fig. 3-8
3-12
Part 3: Adjustment
2.11 PC/AV-Video Adjustment-2
[PC-video adjustment-2]
1.
2.
3.
4.
Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
Set to COMPUTER mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “15” and change data value to adjust “b” to
be 1.70 ±0.01Vp-p.
[AV-video adjustment-2]
5.
6.
7.
8.
Receive the 16-step gray scale video signal.
Set to VIDEO mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “15” and change data value to adjust “b” to
be 1.85 ±0.01Vp-p.
white level
(b)
white level
(a)
black level
Fig. 3-9
2.12 S/H Clock Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
Set to COMPUTER mode.
Connect an oscilloscope to test point “TP503G” (+) and chassis ground (-).
Enter to the service mode, select item no. “3” and change data value to adjust “a” to
be maximum.
(a)
Fig. 3-10
3-13
Part 3: Adjustment
2.13 Common Center Adjustment
1. Receive the 1 dot line computer signal.
2. Set to COMPUTER mode.
[R-common center adjustment]
3. Project the red light component on the screen.
4. Adjust VR502 to obtain the minimum flicker on the picture.
[G-common center adjustment]
5. Project the green light component on the screen.
6. Adjust VR532 to obtain the minimum flicker on the picture.
[B-common center adjustment]
7. Project the blue light component on the screen.
8. Adjust VR562 to obtain the minimum flicker on the picture.
2.14 White Balance Adjustment
[PC white balance adjustment]
1. Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
2. Set to COMPUTER mode.
3. Enter to the service mode, select item no. “16” (Red) or “17” (Blue), and change data
values respectively to make a proper white balance.
[AV white balance adjustment]
4. Receive the 16-step gray scale video signal.
5. Set to VIDEO mode.
6. Select item no. “16” (Red) or “17” (Blue), and change data values respectively to make
a proper white balance.
[Component white balance adjustment]
7. Receive the 16-step gray scale component video signal.
8. Set to VIDEO (Component) mode.
9. Select item no. “16” (Red) or “17” (Blue), and change data values respectively to make
a proper white balance.
Confirm that the same white balance is obtained in video, computer and component
input.
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Part 3: Adjustment
2.15 Black Balance Adjustment
[PC black balance adjustment]
1. Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal.
2. Set to COMPUTER mode.
3. Enter to the service mode, select item no. “9” (Red) or “10” (Blue), and change data
values respectively to make a proper white balance at darker portion of the screen.
[AV black balance adjustment]
4. Receive the 16-step gray scale video signal.
5. Set to VIDEO mode.
6. Select item no. “9” (Red) or “10” (Blue), and change data values respectively to make
a proper white balance at darker portion of the screen.
[AV black balance adjustment]
7. Receive the 16-step gray scale component video signal.
8. Set to VIDEO (Component) mode.
9. Select item no. “9” (Red) or “10” (Blue), and change data values respectively to make
a proper white balance at darker portion of the screen.
Confirm that the same white balance is obtained at darker portion of the screen in
video, computer and component input.
2.16 Note on White Uniformity Adjustment
If you find the color shading, please adjust the white uniformity by using the proper
computer and “Color Shading Correction” software.
COLOR SHADING CORRECTION (Ver. 2.0.2)
Attached with this manual
3-15
Part 3: Adjustment
3. OPTICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3.1 Contrast Adujstment
[Before adjustment]
• Adjustment requires a 2.0mm hex wrench and a
slot screwdriver.
• Remove cabinet top following to “Mechanical
Disassemblies”.
• Input a 100% of black raster signal.
CAUTION
A
Do not disconnect the
connectors on main and
component boards
otherwise the projector can
not be turned on.
Slot B
Polarized glass
mounting base
Fig. 3-11
[R/G/B-contrast adujstment]
1. Project desired light component on the screen as follows.
When adjusting the R-Contrast, project red light only.
When adjusting the G-Contrast, project green light only.
When adjusting the B-Contrast, project blue light only.
2. Loosen a screw A (Fig.3-11/3-12) on the polarized glass mounting base which you
intend to adjust.
3. Adjust a slots B as shown in Fig.3-11 to obtain the darkest brightness on the screen
by turning a slot screwdriver.
4. Tighten the screw A to fix the polarized glass mounting base.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 for remaining polarized glasses.
R-Polarized Glass
Mounting Base
A
A
B-Polarized Glass
Mounting Base
Main Board
A
G-Polarized Glass
Mounting Base
Fig. 3-12
3-16
Part 3: Adjustment
3.2 Integrator Lens Adujstment
[Before adjustment]
• Adjustment requires a 2.0mm hex driver and a slot screwdriver.
• Remove cabinet top following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
CAUTION
Do not disconnect the connectors on main and component boards
otherwise the projector can not be turned on.
[Adjustment]]
1. Turn on lamp by a state of without FPC cable of LCD panels.
2. Project only green light component. Shield the red and blue lights by inserting thick
papers etc. in front of Red and Blue LCD panels to project only green light and make
a fine focus.
3. Remove the shield in front of Red LCD panel to project green and blue light.
4. Adjust the adjustment base of integrator lens ass’y to make color uniformity in
yellow.
1) If the color shade appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in Fig.3-13,
loosen 1 screw A with the 2.0mm hex driver and adjust a slot B to make color
uniformity in yellow by turning a slot screwdriver.
2) If the color shade appears on the top or bottom of the screen as shown in Fig.314, loosen 2 screws C with the 2.0mm hex driver and adjust a slots D to make
color uniformity in yellow by turning a slot screwdriver.
5. Tighten 1 screw A and 2 screws C to fix the integrator lens unit.
6. Remove the shield in front of Blue LCD panel and project red, green and blue light.
Check that there is no color shade on the left or right of the screen. If you recognise
the color shade, the “Relay Lens Adjustment” should be carried out to obtain the
proper color uniformity.
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Part 3: Adjustment
x
Yellow
y
a
Yellow
b
C
C
b
a
x
Slot D
y
A
Slot D
Slot B
Moving of Slots D
Moving of slot B
Fig. 3-13
Fig. 3-14
3-18
Part 3: Adjustment
3.3 Relay Lens Adjustment
[Before adjustment]
• Adjustment requires a 2.0mm hex driver and a slot screwdriver.
• Remove cabinet top following to “Mechanical Disassemblies”.
CAUTION
Do not disconnect the connectors on main and component boards
otherwise the projector can not be turned on.
[Adjustment]
1. Turn on lamp by a state of without FPC
cable of LCD panels.
2. Adjust the adjustment base of relay lens
ass’y to make color uniformity in white.
If the color shade appears on the left or right
of the screen as shown in Fig.3-15, loosen a
screw A with the 2.0mm hex driver and
adjust the slot B to make color uniformity in
white by using a slot screwdriver.
3. Tighten the 1 screw A to fix the relay lens
unit.
Fig. 3-15
3-19
Part 3: Adjustment
4. TEST POINTS AND LOCATIONS
● Main Board
TP505B
TP506B
VR562
IC3301
TP1571
VR531
TP1401
VR563
TP561
VR533
VR501
IC561
TP6602
TP1451
TP571
VR532
TP1531
TP511
TP501
VR503
TP3322
VR561
IC501
IC531
TP3321
TP502R
VR502
TP1501
TP541
TP501R
TP531
IC811
TP504G
TP6601
TP6603
TP503G
TPDHS
TPDVS
IC301
VR401
VR402
TP2211R
TP5111
TP5112
TP5103
TP2221G
TP5101 IC2200
TP5113
TP2231B
VR2201
VR6601
IC6101
● Power Board
IC202
K5C
K6C
TP207
TP7223
TP7224
TP221B
D652
IC6901
T651
TP221G
D651
TP221R
TP218
IC631
K1
TP208
TP212
TP219
K6J
TP217
K6K
TP211
TP213
K6M
K6D
Fig. 3-16
3-20
Part 4
Troubleshooting
Part 4: Troubleshooting
1. TROUBLESHOOTING
1.1 No Power
1) Periphery of chassis
1. Is fuse (F601) blown?
Fuse may be opened when either the LAMP indicator or the READY indicator isn't
Illuminated. Check the fuse.
• For continued safety, replace with a fuse of the same type.
TYPE T4.0AH 250V FUSE. (LITTLE FUSE INC. TYPE 215004)
2. Is projection of lamp cover inside broken or not fitting?
Check the INTER LOCK switch(SW904) and lamp cover.
SW904 ...............................................OPEN : abnormal
3. Is thermal switch(SW902) operating?
If temperatures periphery of lamp house reaches 100˚C, the thermal switch will be
turned off automatically.
SW902 ...............................................OPEN : abnormal
4. Is the WARNING TEMP. indicator flashing ? The thermal sensor IC (IC2832) on the
Temp. board or IC2831 on the main board may detect the abnormal temperature
inside of the projector. If one of these ICs detects the abnormal temperature, this
projector will be turned off automatically.
2) Power board
1. Are the LAMP indicator(red) and READY indicator(green) light?
If the LAMP and READY indicators do not illuminated, check the primary circuit and
S6V of standby power supply circuit.
2. Check that the LAMP BST-SW signal is correct.
Pin 12 of K6K .....................................H : ON
3. Check that the 5V_SW signal is correct.
Pin 11 of K6K .....................................H : ON
4. Check that the POWER FAIL signal is correct.
Pin 13 of K6K .....................................L : abnormal
5. Is thermal switch(TSW611) operating?
If temperatures periphery of P.F.C. circuit reaches 95˚C, the thermal switch will be
turned on automatically.
TSW611 .............................................SHORT : abnormal
6. Check the signal at pin 5 of T651. (Switching power IC output signal)
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Part 4: Troubleshooting
3) Main board
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Check that the 15.5V is observed at pins 1-3 of K3C.
Check that the 6V is observed at pins 6-8 of K3C.
Check that the -5V is observed at pin 9 of K3C.
Check that the 5V is observed at pins 10-11 of K3C.
Check that the 6V is observed at pins 2-4 of K3D.
Check that the 15.5V is observed at pins 7-8 of K3D.
Check that the 5V_SW signal is correct.
Pin 11 of K3D.....................................H : ON
8. Check that the LAMP BST_SW signal is correct.
Pin 12 of K3D.....................................H : ON
9. Check that the POWER FAIL signal is correct.
Pin 13 of K3D.....................................L : abnormal
10. Check that the 12V is observed at test points TP6601. TP6602 and TP6603.
11. Check that the LAMP_SW signal is correct.
Pin 4 of K8CC.....................................H : On
12. Check that the LAMP_ERR signal is correct.
Pin 1 of K8CC.....................................L : On
13. Check that the POWER FAIL signal is correct.
Pin 2 of IC1851 ..................................L : abnormal
14. Check that the Sensor IC(IC2831) detects abnormal temperature inside the projector.
4) Component board
1. Check Power Supply and switching circuit
Check ICs IC2641 to IC2691
2. Check that the POWER FAIL signal is correct.
Pin 11-12 of K3A ................................L : abnormal
3. Check that the FAN_DRIVE signal is correct.
Pin 7-8 of K3A ....................................H : On
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Part 4: Troubleshooting
<Memo>
4-3
Part 4: Troubleshooting
IIC BUS
PSDA
PSDA
KEY SWITCHES
ON/OFF BUTTON
17-18 KEY SW
16
POWER LED
14
READY LED
15
TEMP LED
13
LAMP REP. LED
19
FAN_DRIVE
18
FAN CONT1
6
POWER_FAIL
INDICATOR
IC301
SYSTEM
CONTROL
206
146
(Power-On: H) LAMP BST_SW.
5V_SW.
IC1806
READY
TEMP
WARNING
LAMP
REPLACE
(Power-On: H)
IC1851
IC1808
(Abnormal: L)
POWER_FAIL
LAMP_ERR
8
(Abnormal: H)
Check that the
POWER FAIL signal
at pin 6 of IC1808 is
correct.
L : abnormal
5V_SW.
2-5 KEY SW.
(Power-On: H)
(Power-On: H)
LAMP POWER
2
IC1804
Check that the LAMP
indicator and READY
indicator are lighting.
If both of indicators
are not lighting,check
the primary side of
the power supply
circuit or S6V of
standby power supply
circuit.
LAMP
IC1803
POWER_FAIL
Check that the 5V_SW signal
at pin 11 of K3D is correct.
H : Power ON
FAN
Is fuse (F601) blown?
Check that the LAMP_BST_SW
signal at pin 12 of K3D is correct.
H : Power ON
AC INPUT
F601
FUSE
LAMP_BST_SW
IC2882
2
IC2883
4
LAMP_ERR
LAMP_SW
Check that the LAMP_POW
signal at pin 2 of IC2882 is
correct.
Fig. 4-1
4-4
SW904
SW902
INTER LOCK THERMAL SW.
SW.
Part 4: Troubleshooting
IIC BUS
PSDA
PSDA
TEMP. BOARD
TEMP.
SENSOR
TEMP.
SENSOR
IC2831
IC2832
Abnormal temperature detection on
the Main board.
Abnormal temperature detection inside
of the projector.
Is projection of lamp cover inside
broken or not fitting correctry ?
Check the interlock switch (SW904)
and lamp cover.
SW904 -- OPEN : abnormal
Check that the FAN DRIVE
signal at pin 19 of IC1804 is
correct.
H : Power ON
SW904
Interlock switch
SW902
S6V
15V
5V
5V_SW.
FAN_DRIVE
FAN CONT1
Q671, Q681
Is thermal switch (SW902) operating ?
If peripheral temperatures at the lamp
house reaches 100˚C, the thermal
switch turns off.
SW902 -- OPEN: abnormal
Check signal at pin 5
of T651
Abnormal temperature
detection at the
periphery of P.F.C.
circuit
Switching power
supply
IC2641 ~ IC2681
7
TSW611
P.F.C.
control
CB1
P.F.C.
LAMP BALLAST UNIT
LAMP.DET
LAMP_BST_SW
CB2
LAMP
SW.
(Error: H)
LAMP_ERR
CB2
K8CC-1
LAMP_SW
K8CC-4
(Power-On: H)
When an abnormal
temperature is detected at
the periphery of lamp
driver circuit, the voltage of
this line comes HIGH.
Check that the thermal switch (TSW611)
is operating.
If temperature at peraiphery of P.F.C.
circuit reaches 95˚C, TSW611 turns on.
TSW611 -- OPEN: Normal
4-5
LAMP
Part 4: Troubleshooting
1.2 No Sound
1) Main board
1. Check that the PC/AV switching signal is correct.
Pins 10 and 11 of IC5001 ...................AV : L, PC : H
2. Check that audio signal is observed at following points.
Pins 11-12(PC)/13-14(AV) of K10B/K50B
3. Check that the MUTE signal is correct.
Pin 5 of K5A .......................................Mute-On: H
4. Check that the MUTE signal is correct.
Pin 12 of IC1803 ................................Mute-On: L
5. Check that the PC/AV switching signal is correct.
Pin 16 of IC1804 ................................AV : L, PC : H
2) Audio board
1. Check that sound volume control signal is correct.
Pin 4 of IC001
2. Check that audio signal is observed at pin 2 of IC001.
3. Check the MUTE signal at pin 3 of IC001.
Pin 3 of IC001 ....................................Mute-On: H
4. Check that Vcc-voltage(+12V) is applied at pins 1 and 9 of IC001.
Q5041 Q5042
PC/AV-SW
10,11
PC L
1
PC R
13
2
AV L
12
AV R
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO IN
AV BOARD
PC/AV 15
AUDIO
SW
Q5007
L
MAIN BOARD
IC5001 14
R
Q5008
Q5001
R
Q5003
Q5004
L
Q5002
16
I/O
EXPAND.
IC1804
2 AUDIO
8
AUDIO
OUTPUT 3 MUTE
SP901
SPEAKER
IC001
MUTE
12
IC1803
Q1801
4 VOL
I/O
EXPAND.
BUS
SYSTEM
CONTROL
&
SCAN CONV.
IC301
1
4
AUDIO BOARD
DAC
IC431
DAC
16
3 SDATA 14
2 SCLK
Fig. 4-2
4-6
12
4
DAC 16
I/O
BUFFER 6 SDATA 13 EXPAND.
IC851
8 SCLK 12 IC1806
Part 4: Troubleshooting
1.3 No Picture
1) AV board
1. Check that the Vcc-voltages(+5V, -5V) are applied to AV circuits.
Pins 47-50 of K10A, Pins 47-54 of K10B ..............5V
Pins 39-42 of K10B ..............................................-5V
Check IC1001, IC1002 and IC1021.
2. Check that the following input signals are observed correctly.
SIGNAL
V-Sync
H-Sync
B
G
R
Video
S-C
S-Y
K10A-pin No. K50A-pin No.
17-18
17-18
15-16
15-16
11-12
11-12
9-10
9-10
7-8
7-8
33-34
33-34
29-30
29-30
25-26
25-26
2) Main board
1. Check the signals at following test points.
• Video signal at TP208, TP218
• V-sync signal at TP7224
• H-sync signal at TP7223
2. Check that the PC/AV switching signal is correct.
Pin 16 of IC5201 .................................................AV: H, PC: L
Pin 5 of IC5282 ....................................................AV: H, PC: L
3. Check that the RGB signals are observed at following test points.
TP211, TP221R, TP2211R ....................................R-signal
TP212, TP221G, TP2221G....................................G-signal
TP213, TP221B, TP2231B ....................................B-signal
4. Check that the signals are observed at following test points.
TPDHS, TP3322 ...................................................V-Sync,
TPDVS, TP3321 ...................................................H-Sync
5. Check that the RGB drive signals are observed at fllowing test point.
TP501 ..................................................................R-signal
TP531 ..................................................................G-signal
TP561 ..................................................................B-signal
6. Check that the S/H signals are observed at following test points.
TP1501, TP501R, TP502R ....................................R-signal
TP1531, TP503G, TP504G....................................G-signal
TP1561, TP505B, TP506B ....................................B-signal
7. Check that the PSIG signals are observed at test points TP1401 and TP1451.
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Part 4: Troubleshooting
PC/AV
Q5112
3
R
G
B
PC_R
TP211
PC_G
TP212
PC_B
TP213
16
4
6
5
12
11
1
PC/AV
SW
8
IC5201
9
R/Cr/Pr
G/Y
B/Cb/Pb
IC1001
18
H-SYNC
4
G-SYNC
SEP. 21
1
IC1021
V-SYNC
IC1002
H-SYNC
TP7223
V-SYNC
TP7224
IC5251
TP221R
7
IC5252
TP221G
15
IC5253
TP221B
22
5
IC5282
128
SYNC
SEP.
IC6901
A/D
DIGITAL
RGB
MATRIX
IC6101
IC202
71
7
TP218
VIDEO
8
TP5112
VIDEO
18
S/VIDEO
-SW 1
3
IC5281
TP5113
S-Y
20
9
TP5111
S-C
16
5
VIDEO/S-VIDEO
S-Y
12
S-C
TP219
16
R
G
AV BOARD
B
TP502
RLCD
PANEL
TP502R
TP1501
R-S/H
-2
IC1501
IC301
S/VIDEO
TP217
TP501R
TPDHS
Q5211
Cb/Pb
COMPONENT
BOARD
TPDVS
R-S/H
-1
IC501 47
22
TP501
18
R
24
TP2211R
IC2211 46
TP2221G
IC2221 43
TP2231B
IC2231 40
D/A
IC2200
26
16
LCD
DRIVER
14
IC401
TP532
TP503G
GLCD
PANEL
TP504G
IC1401
TP1401
G-S/H
-2
IC1531
G-S/H
-1
IC531 47
TP531
G
DCLK/DHS/DVS
TP562
PSIG
TP505B
BLCD
PANEL
MAIN BOARD
TP1531
TP506B
IC1451
TP1561
B-S/H
-2
IC1561
B-S/H
-1
IC561 47
TP561
B
HCLK/STV/HST/ENB
TP1451
PSIG
FRP
Fig. 4-3
4-8
TIMING
CONTROL
IC3301
5
6
TP3321
TP3332
BUFFER
IC3321
DCLK/DHS/DVS
Cr/Pr
SYSTEM
CONTROL
&
SCAN CONV.
DIGITAL
VIDEO
DECODER
IC5101
Part 4: Troubleshooting
2. CONTROL PORT FUNCTIONS
2.1 System Control & I/O Port Functions
IC Ref. No Pin/Name I/O
IC301
PortA0
I/O
PortA1
I/O
PortA2
I/O
PortA3
I/O
PortA4
I/O
PortA5
I/O
PortA6
I/O
PortA7
I/O
PortB0
I/O
PortB1
I/O
PortB2
I/O
PortB3
I/O
PortB4
I/O
PortB5
I/O
PortB6
I/O
PortB7
I/O
IC1803
12
O
13
O
14
O
15
O
16
O
17
O
18
O
19
O
IC1804
12
O
13
O
14
O
15
O
16
O
17
O
Signal Name
ROMWEL
ROMWEH
BOOTWE
Not used
5V_SW
LAMP_BST_SW
IO_Reset
LAMP_POW
3L_EN
PortB1
Mouse1
Not used
SCL_IN
Not used
M_SCL
M_SDA
Mute
LAMP_REP_LED
READY_LED
TEMP_LED
POW_LED
KO3
KO2
KO1
CG_Filter
VHDREN
VFIELD_SW
Y/G_SW
PC/AV _SW
C/V_SW
18
O
PeriPow_SW
19
O
FanDrive_SW
Function
For ICE
For ICE
For ICE
Fixed High
Power ON/OFF
Lamp Ballast ON/OFF
Initialize I/O
Lamp-ON
3-Line Serial ON/OFF
MatrixSDA
Mouse Control
Fixed High
Fixed High
Fixed High
IIC CLK
IIC DATA
Mute
Lamp Replace LED Drive
Ready LED Drive
Temp Warning LED Drive
Power LED Drive
Main Key Switch
Main Key Switch
Main Key Switch
CG Filter ON/OFF
Philips chip Enable
VField PC/AV Selection
Sync Sep. Y/G Selection
PC/AV Selection
Video/Component
Selection
Power consumption
SW in ST
Fan Drive ON/OFF
4-9
Note
MainPower-ON: High
Lamp Ballast-ON: High
I/O Active: Low
Lamp-ON: High
Serial Line-ON: Low
Air Mouse-ON: High
Mute-OFF: High
ON: High
ON: High
ON: High
ON: High
ON: High
ON: High
Video V Field: High
Y: High G: Low
PC: High AV: Low
Video: Low
Component: High
Normal: High
Standby: Low
Fan Drive ON: High
OFF: Low
Part 4: Troubleshooting
IC Ref. No
IC1806
IC1807
IC1808
IC1809
Pin/Name I/O
12
O
13
O
14
O
15
O
16
O
17
O
18
O
19
O
12
O
13
O
14
O
15
O
16
O
17
O
18
O
19
O
2
I
3
I
4
I
5
I
6
I
Signal Name
SCLK
SDATA
DAC_STLOBE
S&H_STLOBE
IRM_STLOBE
FAN_CONT2
FAN_CONT1
Not used
Not used
DVS2
LAMP_ON
LIM-OFF
Not used
Not used
CTS33
480I_SW
KI1
KI2
KI3
KI4
Power_fail
7
8
I
I
Not used
Lamp_ERR
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Not used
S_IN
CB_SW
CR_SW
CTS/V
Function
3-Line Serial Clock
3-Line Serial Data
DAC
S&H
White Uniformity
Fan Speed Control 2
Fan Speed Control 1
Vsync x 2Hz Output
Output Clock ON/OFF
Note
Data Effective: Low
Data Effective: High
Data Effective: Low
Fan Control ON: High
Fan Control ON: High
Output Clock ON: High
RS232C Relation
1080i/1035i/720p:Low,others to High
Main Key Switch
Main Key Switch
Main Key Switch
Main Key Switch
Power Fail Detection
Abnormal: Low
Normal: High
Lamp Fail
Abnormal: High
Normal: Low
S-Input Detection
Component-Input Detection
Component-Input Detection
S-Input: Low, others to High
C-Input: Low, others to High
C-Input: Low, others to High
OEM
OEM
OEM
OEM
4-10
Option
Option
Option
Option
Part 4: Troubleshooting
3. WAVEFORMS
TP218
TP208
AV VIDEO
TP207
TP7223
AV
H-SYNC
TP7224
AV
V-SYNC
TP221R
TP221G
TP221B
VIDEO
TPDHS
DHS
TPDVS
DVS
TP1401
TP1451
PSIG
for R/B
and G
TP2211R
D/A
R-OUTPUT
4-11
Part 4: Troubleshooting
TP2221G
D/A
G-OUTPUT
TP2231B
D/A
B-OUTPUT
TP501
S&H
R-INPUT
TP531
S&H
G-INPUT
TP511
TP1501
S&H
R-OUTPUT
TP541
TP1531
S&H
G-OUTPUT
TP501R
TP502R
S&H
R-OUTPUT
TP503G
TP504G
S&H
G-OUTPUT
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Part 4: Troubleshooting
TP561
S&H
B-INTPUT
TP571
TP1571
S&H
B-OUTPUT
TP505B
TP506B
S&H
B-OUTPUT
4-13
Part 4: Troubleshooting
4. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS
● AN5265 <AUDIO OUTPUT, IC001>
● FA5332M <Power Factor Control, IC01>
4-14
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● PW164-10RK <System Control/Scan Converter, IC301>
● CXA2111R <LCD Driver, IC401>
4-15
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● M62358FP <DAC, IC431>
● CXD3503R <White Uniformity Compensation, IC471>
4-16
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● CXA2112R <Sample & Hold, IC501, IC531, IC561, IC1501, IC1531, IC1561>
● STR-Z2156 <Power Switching Control, IC631>
4-17
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● IDT71V016S <RAM, IC811>
● CXA2016S <Sync Separator, IC1021>
4-18
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● MC10H351ML <IC1501>
● LM76CHMX <Thermal Sensor, IC1831, IC1832>
4-19
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● AV9155C <PLL, IC1961>
SCLK20-22
11
19
20
17
3
CPU
CLOCK
OUTPUT
BUFFERS
18
CPU
2
14.318MHz
crystal
14.318MHz
14.318MHz
10
3
13
2XCPU
REFERENCE
CLOCK
8
14
PERIPHERAL
CLOCK
OUTPUT
BUFFERS
6
7
1
16
15
VDD
GND
12
POWER-DOWN
● MB40988PFQ<D/A COnverter, IC2200>
4-20
9
AGND
OE
KBCLK
BUSCLK
FDCLK
COMMCLK
Part 4: Troubleshooting
● TC4053BF <Switching, IC5001>
● SAA7114H <Digital Video Processor, IC5101>
4-21
Part 4: Troubleshooting
4-22
Part 5
Parts
Catalog
Multimedia Projector
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
Power Projector
LV-7105J
REF.NO.D71-5132
D71-5133
PARTS
CATALOG
D71-5131
Page 1
CANON
LV-7105J
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
REF. No. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
42
42
1
12
42
d
46
46
25
42
42
46
46
46
46
c
6
47
b
a
47
36
35
e
47
46
46
46
46
29
47
47
49
49
8
31
4
47
30
41
41
24
28
14
47
41
26
52
11
47
13
52
47
5
42
41
42
34
27
41
7
37
32
23
43
51
2
43
53
33
43
10
3
9
g
3
f
PA R T S L I S T
Page 1
REF.NO. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
NEW
*
*
*
*
*
*
SYMBOL
1
2
3
4
5
PARTS NO.
DY4-6096-000
DY4-6098-000
DY4-6017-000
DY4-6099-000
DY4-6019-000
CLASS
C
C
C
C
C
QTY
1
1
2
1
1
DESCRIPTION
COVER, TOP
COVER, BOTTOM
LEG, ASS'Y
RING, NAME
COVER, FRONT
6
7
8
9
10
DY4-6100-000
DY4-6021-000
DY4-6022-000
DY4-6023-000
DY4-6024-000
B
C
C
E
E
1
1
1
1
1
CAP, LENS
PLATE, AV
WINDOW, R/C SENSOR
FILTER, DUST, L
FILTER, DUST, R
11
12
13
14
23
DY4-6025-000
DY4-6026-000
DY4-6027-000
DY4-6028-000
DY4-6031-000
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
1
PANEL, AV
PANEL, TOP COVER
PLATE, LIGHT SHIELD
HOLDER, SENSOR
HOLDER, LAMP BALLAST
24
25
26
27
28
DY4-6032-000
DY4-6033-000
DY4-6034-000
DY4-6035-000
DY4-6036-000
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
1
HOLDER, POWER CBA, BOTTOM
HOLDER, POWER CBA, TOP
HOLDER, AC INLET
HOLDER, LINE FILTER, BOTTOM
HOLDER, LINE FILTER, TOP
29
30
31
32
33
DY4-6037-000
DY4-6038-000
DY4-6039-000
DY4-6101-000
DY4-6041-000
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
1
DUCT, L, TOP
DUCT, L, BOTTOM
DUCT, R
SPACER, LAMPBALLAST, R
SPACER, LAMPBALLAST, L
34
35
36
37
41
DY4-6042-000
DY4-6043-000
DY4-6044-000
DY4-6102-000
CY2-8329-000
C
C
C
C
F
1
1
1
1
6
SPACER, LINE FILTER
BASE, OPTICAL BLOCK, BOTTOM
BASE, OPTICAL BLOCK, TOP
DUCT, FN904
SCREW
42
43
46
47
49
DY4-6045-000
DY4-6046-000
DY4-5802-000
DY4-5803-000
DY4-5801-000
F
F
F
F
F
7
3
11
11
2
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
51
52
53
a
b
CY2-8332-000
DY4-5988-000
CY2-8231-000
DY4-5988-000
DY4-6010-000
F
F
F
F
C
1
2
2
9
1
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
BUTTON ASS'Y, POWER
c
e
f
g
DY4-6097-000
DY4-6013-000
DY4-6045-000
DY4-6016-000
C
C
F
C
1
1
1
1
BUTTON ASS'Y, CURSOR
WINDOW, LED INDICATOR
SCREW
COVER, LAMP
REMARKS
Page 2
CANON
LV-7105J
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
REF. No. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
45
77
75
76
45
45
48
44
44
44
80
44
48
45
22
45
48
79
78
50
62
50
69
50
48
48
50
70
45
45
21
63
PA R T S L I S T
Page 2
REF.NO. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
NEW
*
*
SYMBOL
21
22
44
45
48
PARTS NO.
DY4-6029-000
DY4-6030-000
DY4-6047-000
DY4-6048-000
DY4-6049-000
CLASS
C
C
F
F
F
QTY
1
1
4
7
5
DESCRIPTION
HOLDER, INTEGRATOR IN
HOLDER, RELAY OUT
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
50
62
63
69
70
CY2-8232-000
DY4-6103-000
DY4-6052-000
DY4-6058-000
DY4-6104-000
F
C
C
C
C
4
1
1
1
1
SCREW
PRISM/LCD ASS'Y
LENS, INTEGRATOR IN
LENS, RELAY OUT
LENS, PROJECTION
75
76
77
78
79
DY4-6064-000
DY4-6065-000
DY4-6066-000
DY4-6067-000
DY4-6068-000
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
1
GLASS, PL IN, R
GLASS, PL IN, G
GLASS, PL IN, B
GLASS, PL OUT, R
GLASS, PL OUT, G
80
DY4-6069-000
C
1
GLASS, PL OUT, B
REMARKS
Page 3
CANON
LV-7105J
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
REF. No. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
73
72
(78)
(80)
(75)
(77)
67
71
74
(76)
(79)
(69)
66
73
68
81
82
65
61
64
(63)
PA R T S L I S T
Page 3
REF.NO. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
NEW
SYMBOL
61
(63)
64
65
66
PARTS NO.
DY4-6050-000
DY4-6052-000
DY4-6053-000
DY4-6054-000
DY4-6055-000
CLASS
C
C
C
C
C
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
PRISM, PBS
LENS, INTEGRATOR IN
LENS, INTEGRATOR OUT
LENS, CONDENSER OUT
LENS, CONDENSER, G
67
68
(69)
71
72
DY4-6056-000
DY4-6057-000
DY4-6058-000
DY4-6060-000
DY4-6061-000
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
1
LENS, CONDENSER, B
LENS, RELAY IN
LENS, RELAY OUT
LENS, CONDENSER, R
MIRROR, R
73
74
(75)
(76)
(77)
DY4-6062-000
DY4-6063-000
DY4-6064-000
DY4-6065-000
DY4-6066-000
C
C
C
C
C
2
1
1
1
1
MIRROR, B
FILTER, UV
GLASS, PL IN, R
GLASS, PL IN, G
GLASS, PL IN, B
(78)
(79)
(80)
81
82
DY4-6067-000
DY4-6068-000
DY4-6069-000
DY4-6070-000
DY4-6071-000
C
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
1
GLASS, PL OUT, R
GLASS, PL OUT, G
GLASS, PL OUT, B
MIRROR, DICHROIC, R
MIRROR, DICHROIC, G
REMARKS
Page 4
CANON
LV-7105J
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
REF. No. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
A100
A200
POWER
P.C.B.
A001
FN905
A901
SW902
L903
SW904
A1000
A2800
IL901
A1800
F601
A600
L901
L902
FN901
FN902
SP901
FN903
FN904
LP900
Page 4
PA R T S L I S T
REF.NO. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
NEW
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
SYMBOL
A001
A100
A200
A600
A901
PARTS NO.
DY4-6114-000
DY4-6109-000
DY4-6112-000
DY4-6115-000
DY4-6106-000
CLASS
C
C
C
D
D
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
PCB ASS'Y, AUDIO
PCB ASS'Y, MAIN
PCB ASS'Y, COMPONENT
PCB ASS'Y, LINE FILTER
LAMP BALLAST ASS'Y
A1000
A1800
A2800
POWER
F601
DY4-6111-000
DY4-6110-000
DY4-6113-000
DY4-6116-000
CY2-8376-000
C
C
C
D
D
1
1
1
1
1
PCB ASS'Y, AV
PCB ASS'Y, TEMP
PCB ASS'Y, R/C
PCB ASS'Y, POWER
FUSE
FN901
FN902
FN903
FN904
FN905
DY4-6075-000
DY4-6076-000
DY4-6076-000
DY4-6107-000
DY4-6078-000
D
D
D
D
D
1
1
1
1
1
FAN, FN901
FAN, FN902/FN903
FAN, FN902/FN903
FAN, FN904
FAN, FN905
IL901
L901
L902
L903
LP900
DY4-6079-000
DY4-6081-000
DY4-6081-000
DY4-8378-000
DY4-6108-000
D
C
C
C
E
1
1
1
1
1
SOCKET, AC INLET
FERRITE CORE
FERRITE CORE
FERRITE CORE
LAMP ASS'Y, LV-LP10
SP901
SW902
SW904
CY2-8274-000
CY2-8382-000
CY2-8277-000
C
D
D
1
1
1
SPEAKER
SWITCH, THERMAL
SWITCH, PUSH
REMARKS
250V 4A
Page 5
CANON
LV-7105J
LV-7105U
LV-7105E
REF. No. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
U-1
V-1
V-2
U-2
W-1
Z
X-1
PA R T S L I S T
Page 5
REF.NO. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
NEW
*
SYMBOL
U-1
U-2
V-1
V-1
V-1
PARTS NO.
DY4-6072-000
DY4-5859-000
CY2-8293-000
CY2-8295-000
CY2-8299-000
CLASS
C
B
D
D
D
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
V-2
W-1
X-1
Z
CY2-8288-000
CY2-8298-000
DY4-5909-000
DY4-6105-000
C
C
C
C
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
REMOTE CONTROLLER, LV-5100
COVER, REMO-CON BATTERY
POWER CORD, AC120V
POWER CORD, AC240V
POWER CORD, AC100V
ADAPTER, POWER PLUG
INTERFACE CABLE, VGA
CABLE, MOUSE CONTROL PS/2
BAG, CARRYING
REMARKS
FOR LV-7105U
FOR LV-7105E
FOR LV-7105J
FOR LV-7105J
Page 6
PA R T S L I S T
REF.NO. D78-5131
D78-5132
D78-5133
PAGE
1
2
4
4
5
NEW
SYMBOL
53
50
SP901
SW904
V-2
PARTS NO.
CY2-8231-000
CY2-8232-000
CY2-8274-000
CY2-8277-000
CY2-8288-000
QTY
2
4
1
1
1
PAGE
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
5
1
V-1
V-1
W-1
V-1
41
CY2-8293-000
CY2-8295-000
CY2-8298-000
CY2-8299-000
CY2-8329-000
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
51
F601
L903
SW902
49
CY2-8332-000
CY2-8376-000
CY2-8378-000
CY2-8382-000
DY4-5801-000
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
5
5
1
46
47
U-2
X-1
52, a
DY4-5802-000
DY4-5803-000
DY4-5859-000
DY4-5909-000
DY4-5988-000
1
1
1
1
1
b
e
g
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
NEW
SYMBOL
28
29
30
31
33
PARTS NO.
DY4-6036-000
DY4-6037-000
DY4-6038-000
DY4-6039-000
DY4-6041-000
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
34
35
36
42, f
43
DY4-6042-000
DY4-6043-000
DY4-6044-000
DY4-6045-000
DY4-6046-000
1
1
1
8
3
2
2
2
3
2, (3)
44
45
48
61
63
DY4-6047-000
DY4-6048-000
DY4-6049-000
DY4-6050-000
DY4-6052-000
4
7
5
1
1
11
11
1
1
11
3
3
3
3
3
64
65
66
67
68
DY4-6053-000
DY4-6054-000
DY4-6055-000
DY4-6056-000
DY4-6057-000
1
1
1
1
1
DY4-6010-000
DY4-6013-000
DY4-6016-000
DY4-6017-000
DY4-6019-000
1
1
1
2
1
2, (3)
3
3
3
3
69
71
72
73
74
DY4-6058-000
DY4-6060-000
DY4-6061-000
DY4-6062-000
DY4-6063-000
1
1
1
2
1
7
8
9
10
11
DY4-6021-000
DY4-6022-000
DY4-6023-000
DY4-6024-000
DY4-6025-000
1
1
1
1
1
2, (3)
2, (3)
2, (3)
2, (3)
2, (3)
75
76
77
78
79
DY4-6064-000
DY4-6065-000
DY4-6066-000
DY4-6067-000
DY4-6068-000
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
12
13
14
21
22
DY4-6026-000
DY4-6027-000
DY4-6028-000
DY4-6029-000
DY4-6030-000
1
1
1
1
1
2, (3)
3
3
5
4
80
81
82
U-1
FN901
DY4-6069-000
DY4-6070-000
DY4-6071-000
DY4-6072-000
DY4-6075-000
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
23
24
25
26
27
DY4-6031-000
DY4-6032-000
DY4-6033-000
DY4-6034-000
DY4-6035-000
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
FN902, FN903
FN905
IL901
L901, L902
1
DY4-6076-000
DY4-6078-000
DY4-6079-000
DY4-6081-000
DY4-6096-000
1
1
1
1
1
*
PA R T S L I S T
REF.NO. D78-5121
D78-5122
D78-5123
PAGE
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
4
NEW
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
SYMBOL
c
2
4
6
32
PARTS NO.
DY4-6097-000
DY4-6098-000
DY4-6099-000
DY4-6100-000
DY4-6101-000
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
37
62
70
Z
A901
DY4-6102-000
DY4-6103-000
DY4-6104-000
DY4-6105-000
DY4-6106-000
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
*
*
*
*
*
FN904
LP900
A100
A1800
A1000
DY4-6107-000
DY4-6108-000
DY4-6109-000
DY4-6110-000
DY4-6111-000
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
*
*
*
*
*
A200
A2800
A001
A600
POWER
DY4-6112-000
DY4-6113-000
DY4-6114-000
DY4-6115-000
DY4-6116-000
1
1
1
1
1
Page 7
Part 6
Electrical
Diagrams
Part 6: Electrical Diagrams
1. PARTS DESCRIPTION AND READING IN SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
1. The parts specification of resistors, capacitors and coils are expressed in designated
code. Please check the parts description by the following code table.
2. Some of transistors and diodes are indicated in mark for the substitution of parts
name. Please check the parts name by the following code table.
3. Voltages and waveforms were taken with a video color bar signal (1Vp-p at 75 ohms
terminated) and controls to normal.
4. Voltages were taken with a high-impedance digital voltmeter.
Capacitor Reading
Example 2000 K K 1000 BG
Characteristic
Example
160
E M 10
Capacitance value
Excepting electric capacitors,
all capacitance values of less
than 1 are expressed in µF
and more than 1 are in pF.
Tolerance
Type
Rated voltage
● Material table
● Tolerance table
Mark
E
P
C
K
F
N
M
H
B
G
Y
S
T
U
D
Mark
A
B
C
D
F
G
E
H
J
K
M
N
P
Q
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Material
Electrolytic
Electrolytic (non-polarized)
Ceramic (temperature compensation)
Ceramic
Polyester
Polypropylene
Metalized polypropylene
Metalized polypromylar
Ceramic (semiconductor)
Metalized polyestel
Composite film
Styrol
Tantalum oxide solid electrolytic
Organic semiconductive electrolyte
Electric double layer electrolytic
Coil Reading
Example
L2
C1 4R7 K
N
Tolerance
Inductance value
Manufacture code
Unique code
Mark
C
D
S
A
Tolerance (nH)
±0.25
±0.5
±0.3
±0.2
Mark
G
J
K
L
M
Tolerance (%)
±2
±5
±10
±15
±20
6-1
Tolerance
not specified
±0.1
±0.25
±0.5
±1
±2
±2.5
±3
±5
±0
±20
±30
+100
-0
+30
-10
+50
-10
+75
-10
+20
-10
+100
-10
+40
-20
+150
-10
+80
-20
Part 6: Electrical Diagrams
Resistor Reading
Example 1/2 D J
10K B
Characteristic
Example
6
W K 8.2
Z (Carbon fuse)
B (Non-burnable)
Example 1/2 C K 1M
K indicates in KΩ
M indicate in MΩ
Resistance value
Tolerance (see below table)
Material (see below table)
Rated wattage (W)
● Material table
● Tolerance table
Mark
D
N
S
C
G
W
H
F
Mark
A
B
C
D
F
G
J
K
M
P
Z
Material
Carbon
Metal film
Oxide metal film
Solid
Metal glaze
Wire wounding or cement
Ceramic
Fusible
Note: Resistor which is indicated with resistance value only are
1/6W carbon resistor. Resistor which is indicated with
material, tolerance and value are 1/4W rated wattage.
Diode/Transistor Type Reading
● Diode
Mark Type number
R
1S2076A,1S2473,1N4148
AA 1S2076A,1S2473,1SS133,1N4148
● Transistor
(1) NPN type
Mark
-AD
AE
2SC536
NF, NG
NF, NG
Type number
2SC945A
2SC1815
PA, QA, RA
Y, GR
PA, QA
O, Y, GR
2SC1740S
Q, R, S
Q, R, S
(2) PNP type
Mark
-AB
AC
2SA608
NF
NF
2SA564A
R
Q, R
Type number
2SA1015
Y, GR
O, Y, GR
2SA933S
R
Q, R
(3) Chip type
Mark
-AJ
AH
2SA1179
M6, M7
Type number
2SA1037K 2SA1037AK
R, S
R, S
2SC2812
2SC2412K
L6, L7
R, S
6-2
Tolerance
±0.05
±0.1
±0.25
±0.5
±1
±2
±5
±10
±20
+5
-15
used in 0 ohm
Part 6: Electrical Diagrams
2. PIN DESCRIPTION OF DIODE, TRANSISTOR AND IC
● Diode
● Diode
K
K
K
A
A
K
K
A
K: Cathode
A: Anode
A
A
K
K
A
A
● Transistor/FET
● Transistor/FET
C
C1 C2
C
C2 B1 E1
C: Collector
B: Base
E: Emitter
Index
E
E
C
C
B
E
B
B1 E B2
E2 B2 C1
FET
E
E1
B2 B1
B1
B
B
E
E
C1 C2
E
C
B
B C E
C
B
D: Drain
G: Gate
S: Source
E
C
B2
C1 C2
S
B1
G
C1
C2
B2
D
S
E2
D
G
● IC● IC
2
(GND)
2
Vdd
3
3
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
Index
3
RESET
2
1
GND
Index
12
3
(OUT)
1
(IN)
4
3
5
2
6
1
12
N
Index
N
N
Index
N
1
N
1
1
Index
Index
Index
1 N
N
N
1
1
Index
Index
6-3
1
2
4
5
■ Circuit Block Diagram (LV-7105U/LV-7105E)
IC5201
PC/AV-SW
RGB
RGB
H-SYNC
V-SYNC
H-SYNC
IC1001
IC1002
D-SUB 15PIN
Cr/Pr
G-SYNC
SEP. 21
V-SYNC
IC5282
G-SYNC.
SW.
COMPUTER IN
Y
IC102118
4
1
7
4
5
11
1
6
8
12
6
IC6101
Cr/Pr
CB-SW
Cb/Pb
S-Y
1
5
CR-SW
25
9
IC5101 72|
AV-AUDIO-L/R
10
2
12
15
14
IC1911
31 32
5
SYNC
SEPARATOR
PSCL
PSDA
IC1832
TEMP.
SENSOR.
MUTE
A1-A18
D0-D15
M_SCL
6
LAMP REP LED
MUTE
IC531
34
13
16
18
7
A1-A18
D0-D15
IC805
RAM
14
7
8
14
1
2
4
5
18
19
UDOUT
LROUT
16
15
I
24
AIR MOUSE
CONTROL
PORT
14
I
7
5
I
12
GMCKI/GMCK
18
4
IC3871
RS232C
DRIVER
10
BMCKI/BMCK
4
TXD
SEL0
34
31
I
17
35
φ6
11
9
15
5
17
3
φ6
IC1561 31
I
17
35
ENB
46
B-LCD
PANEL
VR563
47
3
DWN
7
PSIG
IC1451
PSIG
RGT
6
IROMURA
48
43
38
IC1803
5
IC471
3
4
12
WHITE
UNIFOMITY
CORR.
PRG
19
3
17
D7-D15
41
16
DCLK
IC861
BUFFER
18
17
DVS
DHS
D0-D7
14-12
I/O EXPAND
IC3391
BUFFER
71 70
11
9
15
5
17
3
SDAT, S.H, SCLK
23
5
6
2
|
4
IC3301
TIMING
CONTROLLER
47
55
9
27
11 17
5
29
15
13
46
54
62
6
4
2
7
14
16
18
4
16
8
12
13
7
FRP
STV
VCK
HST
63
14
KEY SW
TEMP WARR
LAMP ERR
BHCLK
GHCLK
RHCLK
I/O EXPAND
RC SIGNAL IN
IC561
13
IC1806
BHCLK
GHCLK
RHCLK
1-5
7
D0-D7
8
IC1808
IC3861
SUB CPU
SEL1
12
25
RC INPUT
37
47
RMCKI/RMCK
14
FAN CONTROL1
FAN CONTROL2
MOUSE
7
PSIG
D0-D7
IC1807
19
3
15
D7-D15
IC3801
AIR MOUSE CONT.1
IC1401
PSIG
φ6
B-SAMPLE & HOLD
IC3331
BUFFER
HPBC
G-LCD
PANEL
VR533
VR562
A1-A18
D0-D15
17-19
LAMP ON
IC3841
AIR MOUSE CONT.2
φ6
I
17
35
46
IC1501
TTL/PECL
AIN_CLK
I/O EXPAND
KEY CONTROL
P-UP
P-DOWN
P-LEFT
P-RIGHT
ENTER
31
I
17
35
VR532
IC1804
POWER
NORMAL
VOLUME (+/-)
AUTO IMAGE
MENU
MODE
13
2
M_SDA
LAMP REP LED I/O EXPAND
FAN DRIVE-SW
S/VIDEO-SW
PC/AV-SW
MUTE
37
47
IC1531 31
LAMP
REPLACE
2
φ6
35
G-SAMPLE & HOLD
DAC_ST
SCLK
SDATA
VOL
VIDEO_DAC
4
R-LCD
PANEL
VR503
31
I
17
47
READY
4
46
1-6
IC3321 BUFFER
5
φ6
VR502
47
16-21
I/O EXPAND
VOLUME
RXD
26
51
52 27-32
IC431
DAC
DVS
KEY SW
POWER LED
TEMP LED
READY LED
POWER
IC401
31
I
17
35
IC1501
IC301
IC806
FLASH ROM
IC302
MEMORY
IC501
46
34
PSCL
PSDA
GHS
IC6901
IC001
AUDIO AMP.
7
IC2231
47
DCLK
DIGITAL
VIDEO
DECODER
PC/AV-SW
Q5007
Q5008
BUFFER
52
71
128
WARNING
TXD
B
DHS
BUFFER
Q5001
Q5003
3
IC2200
22
24
R-SAMPLE & HOLD
18
16
14
VHS
VVS
53
11
8
IC2221
25
IC1831
TEMP.
SENSOR.
Q5002
Q5004
G
SYSTEM CONTROL
&
SCAN
CONVERSION
VUVO-7
VY0-7
54
S-C
H-SYNC
1
13
43
40
VHS
CG-AUDIO-L/R
SPEAKER
GVS
SCL/SDA
IC2211
1
25
IC5001
AUDIO-SW
AUDIO-L/R
GRO0-7/GRE0-7
GGO0-7/GGE0-7
GBO0-7/GBE0-7
R
46
4
I
31
DRE0-7
DGE0-7
DBE0-7
LCD
DRIVER
VIDEO
8
3
12
VIDEO
AUDIO OUT
26
|
99
36 37 102
29 30
V-SYNC
AV-AUDIO
22
PC/AV-SW
S/VIDEO-SW
CG-AUDIO
IC202
16
IC5281
S/VIDEO-SW
S-VIDEO
Cb/Pb
IC5253
1
Y/C
Cr/Pr
15
122
55 DRA0-7/B0-7 |
160
|
DGA0-7/B0-7 1
112
DBA0-7/B0-7 |
19
7
S-SW
VIDEO
7
IC5252
9
3
Cb/Pb
IC5251
D/A
CONVERTER
DIGITAL
RGB
MATRIX
A/D
CONVERTER
I/O EXPAND
12
13
11
RXD
S-SW
2
CB-SW
CR-SW
3
D7-D15
4
IC1809
TXD
RC
PREAMP.
A1
■ Power Supply Lines (LV-7105U/LV-7105E)
ASSY PWB, LINE FILTER
F601
FUSE
AC CORD
VA601
L601
IC631
SWITCHING
POWER SUPPLY
SW902
SW904
INTER LOCK THERMAL
SW.
SW.
L602
DB611
L611
D651
D632
3
K6C
Q611
R612/
R613
12 14
C636
TSW611
15.5V
5
8
4
10
D652
10-11
L687
S-5V
R1973, R1974
5V
L683
5V
Q681
IC01
P.F.CONTROL
FEED BACK
K6K
L685
PC641
7-8
D660
OVER VOLT._DET.
5VD
IC656
1
OVER VOLT._DET.
D1971
K3D
2-4
5VD
VR01
Q661/
Q662
PC642
S-5V
15.5V
11
5V_SW
D634
13
PC643
LAMP BALLAST
UNIT
S6V
S6V
Q641
3
15.5V1
D653
D634
K6F
9
D665
7
7
6-8
11
5
C618
Q671
9
2
1 8
K6A
K3C
1-3
15.5V1
6
D635
D612
K6J
T651
CONVERTER
TRANSFORMER
LAMP BALLAST SW.
12
PC644
P-FAIL
LAMP_BST_SW
Q663
ASSY PWB, POWER
Q3501
K10A
15VL
K50A
47-50
5V
K10B
S5V
15.5V
39-42
S-5V
6VD
9V
IC2631
3
Q371
6
IC301
SYSTEM
CONTROL
D2631
IC1804
I/O EXPANDER
D471
3.3V REG.
3.3V
9V REG.
5VD
IC2643
FAN DRIVE
D3301
5V_SW
148
IC472
IC3302
ASSY PWB, AV
2
P-FAIL
9V REG.
5V REG.
S-5V
IC1808
IC1851 I/O EXPANDER
COMP.
5V
K50B
47-54
S5V
D3501
LAMP_BST_SW
208
19
D2643
5V REG.
S6V
S5VD
IC2642
K3A
IC451
5V
1
K28Q K8Q
5V_DV
5V
K8A
D451
15.5V
D2501
35-38
ASSY PWB, R/C
R1971,R1972,T1975
S5V
15.5V1
3.3V REG.
IC2601
15-20
15.5V1
IC2651
12V1
1-2
D003
S2.5V
3
IC2621
12V2
S3.3V2
D2691
K3N
FN904
A2
S5V
REG.&SW
IC2681
12V
G-LCD
PANEL
K8G
D6612
K3M
12V
K5GG
ASSY PWB, TEMP
K3L
REG.&SW
IC2691
R-LCD
PANEL
5
53-56
D2661
FN902
ASSY PWB, AUDIO
1
K3K
FN905
K5RR
K8H
29-32
D2671
REG.&SW
IC2661
P-FAIL
12V3
S5V
K3J
D6613
REG.&SW
IC2671
3.3V REG.
12V
23-26
D2651
FN903
12V
12V
D2641
FN901
IC2612
K5A
47-50
12V
REG.&SW
2.5V REG.
K6P
P-FAIL
IC2641
7-8
S3.3V1
11-12
15.5V
Q2701
5V_SW
K8A
K3A
D2681
REG.&SW
D6611
K5BB
D1831
ASSY PWB, MAIN
B-LCD
PANEL
Q6611
ASSY PWB, COMPONENT
Q6612
■ Schematic Diagrams LV-7105U/E
LINE FILTER MP6A
ASSY,PWB,
1AA0B10C3110B
A
(SET TO OPEN
AT 100+/-5˚C)
SW904
1
C901
400KK
470X
VA601
VEV
0043
F601
4A250V
TCSL
(LIVE)
C902
400KK
470X
F601A
J20B
00100
C602
275GM
0.22
UVCA
C601
275GM
0.22
UVCA
R601
1/2DJ
220K
L601
F35B
0880N
C603
275GM
0.22
UVCA
C606
400KK
1000XH
K6A
J10EM
020N
(NEUT)
1
1
J11EA321G
S10B3590N
;S10B5070N
R
LCD
PANEL
3
K6B
K902S
J11B
2450N
J10EM
020N
K600G
J30B1260N
K904S
J11B
2450N
F.G.
IL901
A
K5R
SW902
K903S
J11B
2450N
S10B3370N
K901S
J11B
2450N
F601B
J20B
00100
(NEUT)
3
(LIVE)
C604
275GM
0.22
UVCA
L602
F35B
0880N
COLD SIDE
HOT SIDE
TERMOSTAT
SW
INTER LOCK
SW
AV BOARD
J11B4160N
32
TO F.G.
1
COMPONENT BOARD
B
B
K5G
J11EA321G
ASSY,PWB,AV MP6A
1AA0B10C3020A
AC CORD
1AV4W11B
00800
AC100-120V
AC200-240V
RUSH CURRENT SUPPRESSION
C
G
LCD
PANEL
ASSY,PWB,COMPONENT MP6AA
1AA0B10C302AB
POWER FACTOR CORRECTION
(PTH611)
32
1
D612
FML-G16S
L611
L26B3410N
(1800UH)
R614~R617
1GJ47K
C
K5B
(L611,Q611,D612,HB---)
C616
400GJ
1.5P
C611
1000KK
1000AHH
FB611
Z20051---
J11EA321G
C619
450GK
0.047DK
CB1
1
1
X
B
LCD
PANEL
400V 132W
DB611
D10XB60
R614
R616
R615
R617
R618
1/10GJ
4.7
1GJ47K
1GJ47K
D
S
3
1
FB612
Z20051---
2
1
G
1GJ47K
C617
25EM
470T
3
K6D
C618
450EM
120XB
Q611
SPP20N
60S5
3
J10EM
020N
D611
AK06
LAMP BALLAST
A901
1AV4U20B35800
3
K6C
J10EM
020N
C612
1000KK
1000AHH
R612
2XJ
0.1VB
PTH611
DHXAVB
004
D
K10A
J11MD540G
C620
450GK
0.047DK
TSW611
S40B0060N
;S10B3560N
LP901
LENS
1AV4Z10B18300
(SET TO SHORT
AT 95˚C)
1
R620
1/2GJ
240K
6
C02
KZ
0.068
FA
C08
KZ
0.022
FA
C01
KK680
BA
R05
1/10
GZ
0.0
1
53
2
54
2
54
1
53
1
53
54
2
15
IDET
14
12
11
CS
ON
OFF
IC01
FA5332M
2
IFB
IIN-
1
2
OVP
VFB
3
4
5
C06
KK470
BA
VIN-
R11
1/10GJ
470K
OUT
7
8
R09
1/10GJ
1.5K
1
R13
1/10GF
1.1K
R625
1/2GF
150K
R623
1/2GF
150K
R14
1/10GF
1.2K
1
R627
1GJ
100K
R629
1GJ
100K
R632
1GJ
100K
C10
KZ0.1FA
D647
R647
X
X
7
R634
1/3GJ
47
D631
DZD12Y
:02CZ12Y
:RD12MB2
9
11
3
5
7
9
11
14
GND
CONT
CD
DRI
OC
OUT
14
1
6
2
9
4
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
OS
VB
10
12
15
10
12
15
C636
630NJ
6800EAQ
C641
16KK
0.22BA
PC642
DCXAAEL
0205-(TLP721F
-GB)
PC643
DCXAAEL
0205-(TLP721F
-GB)
R637
1/10GJ
10K
D642
RD5.1MB2T1
;RD5.1MB3G
59
1
59
60
2
60
2
60
2
E
K33R
J10DT600G
60
K33G
J10DT600G
K33B
J10DT600G
K3J
J10EG
030G
1
FN901
M10B15800
1
FN905
M10B12102
INTAKE FAN
15.5V
( . A)
K3L
J10EG
030G
1
F
FN903
M10B17200
C651
25EM
1000
2F
11
D652
FMB-24L
C654
500KK
330A
8
C652
10EM
3900
2F
10
4
6.0V
( . A)
S-5V
( . A)
6.0V
K8B
1
X
C655
500KK
330A
C653
10EM
220T
S-5V
G
4
CURRENT
RESONANSE TYPE
POWER SUPPLY
D641
1SS355
R644
1/10GJ
220K
C643
25TM
0.47DA
C642
KZ0.1
FA
R643
1/10GJ
15K
1
2
D656
DZD
6.8Z
R658
1/10
GJ10
R659
1/10
GJ1K
O/V DET
1
A10B14200
1
R654
1/10
GJ270
C656
HJ
0.47G
R655
1/10
GJ1K
1 REF
R660
1/10
GJ
820
MAIN BOARD
2 ANODE
3 CATHODE
R657
1/10
GJ
6.8K
R663
1/10
GJ
6.8K
ASSY,PWB,R/C MP6A
1AA0B10C3020C
2
R667
1/10GJ
2.2K
K28D
J10EG
030G
R2801
1/16GJ220C
3
K8D
1 J10EG
030G
1
K28D1
VCC
K28D2
R662
1/10GJ
5.6K
VOUT
ASSY,PWB,MAIN MP6PA
1AA0B10C301DA
R665
1/10GJ
2.2K
1
RC
PRE AMP
K28D3
R2802
1/16GJ100C
GND
R661
1/10GJ
10K
P-FAIL
1
H
R2803
1/16GJ220C
RC2801
U20B24400
D660
02CZ
4.7Y
Q661
2SC
2412
KR
Q662
2SC
2412
KR
4
3
K5S
J10EG
030G
IC656
UPC1093T-E1
D661
1SS355
Q663
2SC
2412
KR
R642
1/10GJ
100K
R656
1/10
GJ
10K
R664
1/10
GJ
1.5K
4
3
Q641
2SA
1037
KR
PC644
DCXAAEL
0205-(TLP721F
-GB)
2
O/V DET
4
2
R645
1/10GJ
68K
SP901
1
3
1
3
R646
1/10
GJ
6.8K
I
1
F/B DET
3
C640
KZ0.1
FA
59
K5P
J10EP
030G
PC641
DCXAAEL
0205-(TLP721F
-GB)
C637
KK680
BA
C639
35EM
220T
1
R635
1/10GJ
470
H
C638
EM1T
59
3
D653
SFPL-52V
3
2
1
C635
2000KK
100CTB
R636
1/3
GJ
200
IC631
STR-Z2156
VCC
60
3
7
R641
1/10
GJ1K
1
CSS
59
2
3
C633
2000KK330
AHH
VIN
CT
1
60
K3K
J10EP
030G
R633
1/4FJ
22VRH
C632
KK1000
BA
5
59
2
C649
400KK
1000XH
D635
SFPL-52V
C634
KZ0.1FA
3
1
60
D651
FMB-26L
C631
HJ0.22G
1
59
2
T651
L51B3560N
C647
X
R638
1/10GJ
100
D633
AG01A
1
60
EXHAUST FAN
C648
400KK
1000XH
5
G
59
X
4
D632
SFPL-52V
C630
EM2.2T
K3B
J11LP600G
2 K6M
3
D634
02CZ27G
:RD27MBP
K3G
J11LP600G
2
K8A
J10DT600G
15.5V
R631
1GJ
100K
K3R
J11LP600G
1
2
5
VR01
R628
1GJ
100K
FN904
M10B15900
3
L615
L3004
R626
1GJ
100K
X
R624
1/2GF
150K
R622
1/2GF
150K
R08
1/10
GJ
100
VR01
R3L7
102MN
<B-1K>
F
5
5
Q02
2SA
1037
KR
R12
1/10GJ
47K
C07
KZ0.1FA
1
INTAKE FAN
7
R06
1/10GZ
0.0
VC
GND
6
K3N
J10EG
030G
K8C
P.F.CONTROL
VDET
C04
CJ68
GA
R02
1/10GJ
10K
INTAKE FAN
3
R07
1/10GJ
330
VCC
D
FN902
M10B12102
3
K3A
J11LP600G
9
10
1
54
K50B
J10ML540G
Q01
2SC
2412
KR
C11
KZ0.1FA
REF
1
X
R20
X
13
SYNC
CT
K1
X
CB2
K50A
J10ML540G
K3M
J10EP
030G
R04
1/10GJ22
C03
KZ0.1FA
C05
KK
0.01
BA
R01
1/10GJ22K
16
K8CC
J10EZ
050G
1
ASSY,PWB,HIC MP6A
10
8
R03
1/10GJ
1.8M
R621
1/2GJ
240K
E
3
32
53
2
D01 / D02
DCC010P
K10B
J11MD540G
1
3
3
C2803
10EM
100WM
C2801
10KZ1U
GQFY
C2802
KK470
GQBY
I
LAMP_BST-SW
R666
1/10
GJ
18K
15.5V
ASSY,PWB,POWER MP6A SERVICE
1AASB10C3110A
6.0V
ASSY,PWB,AUDIO AMP MP6A
1AA0B10C3110C
S-5V
12V
AUDIO
J
CAUTION
P-FAIL
15.5V
6.0V
S-5V
Fuse of the specified parts number must be used.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire or accident.
1
Q671
2SB1565E
;2SB1565F
R671
1/3GJ
2700
K
R672
1/3GJ
1500
Q681
2SK
2312
R682
1/10
GJ
100K
R681
1/10
GJ
22K
1
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
MP6PA-01
2
3
4
R008
1/10GJ
180
K6P
J10AS
080N
12V
AUDIO
C671
25EM
1000CD
R674
1/10GJ
100K
3
4
C002
EM1
C687
6.3EM
2200CD
L683
L2E6101KN
(100UH)
C683
6.3EM
2200CD
L685
L2E6101KN
(100UH)
R011
1/10
GZ
0.0
R001
1/10GZ
0.0
J
R003
1/10GJ
1.5K
C008
25EM
100
VCC2
OUT
C006
25EM
100
R006
1/10GJ
1K
R005
1/10GJ
1
D002
UDZ5.1BG
P-FAIL
D003
1SS355
1
SP-OUT
R002
1/10GJ
18K
R012
1/10GZ
0.0
C005
16EM
10
C007
KZ0.1
FA
K6T
J10AS
030N
3
S-5V( . A)
K
5V( . A)
5V
C685
6.3EM
2200CD
K6K
J10AS
130N
12
12
K3D
J10EG
130G
1
1
ASSY,PWB,TEMP MP6A
1AA0B10C3010B
K8G
J10EG
050G
1
R1871
1/16GJ
10C
K8H1
K8H2
S5V
IC1832
LM76CHMX-5
S5V
1
1
SDA
2
SCL
3
O.S.
4
GND
C1833
16TM
2.2FD
+VS
8
A0
7
A1
6
C1834
25KZ0.1
GQFY
K8H3
K8H4
15.5V( . A)
D665
1SS355
5
5
K8H
J10EG
050G
5V_SW
R1870
1/16GZ
0C
R1872
1/16GJ
10C
R1875
X
LAMP_BST-SW
P-FAIL
7
IC001
AN5265
9
SP-RET.
C003
EM1
8
8
S6V( . A)
5VD
6
7
R004
1/10GJ
27K
VOL_CONT
5VD( . A)
5
GND
6
D001
UDZ9.1BG
GND
L687
L2E6101KN
(100UH)
5
C004
16EM
10
15.5V1( . A)
8
F.B.
VOL
FILTER
IN
2
C001
16EM
470T
P-FAIL
AUDIO_IN
6V
R673
1/10GJ
56K
1
AUDIO
OUTPUT
MUTE
This projector is isolated from AC line by using the internal converter
transformer.
Please pay attention to the following notes in servicing.
1 Do not touch the part on hot side (primary circuit) or both parts on
hot and cold sides (secondary circuit) at the same time.
2 Do not shorten the circuit between hot and cold sides.
3 The grounding lead must be connected to the ground of the same
circuit when measuring of voltages and waveforms.
L
1
L671
L2E6470KN
(47UH)
Q672
2SC2412
KR
Components indicated by a mark
in this schematic diagram designate
components in which safety can be of special significance. It is, therefore,
particularly recommended that the replacement of these parts must be
made by exactly the same parts.
K5A
J10EG 1
080G
K3C
J10EG
120G
1
K6J
J10AS
120N
CAUTION
MUTE
VCC1
LAMP_BST-SW
R007
2SJ3.9
:2SJ3.9C
R007A
X
AUDIO AMP
DC VOLUME
CONTROL
C1872
CJ33
CGQY
13
13
8
9
10
11
12
13
TEMP.
SENSOR
INT OUT
5
R1873
X
R1874
1/16GZ
0C
C1871
CJ120
CGQY
14
15
16
A3
Y/G-SYNC
SWITCH
RESET_M
R303
1/16GJ
100C
RESET SW
A
1,2
SW10_1
SW1001
R1011
1/16GJ100C
Q303
AH
R7281
1/16GJ
22C
Q7281
AH
C303
KZ0.01
GQFY
SW10_3
S10B5110N
3,4
R
L1001
F34DA200G
R7283
1/16GZ
0C
R7288
1/16GZ
0C
R304
1/16GJ
2.2KC
0.8V
TP208
J30A
00102
K1001_1
6
11
D1001
UDZ6.2B
K1001_2
12
0V 4
CG
K1001_13
3
H-SYNC
13
9
K1001_14
4
V-SYNC
14
D1002
UDZ6.2B
10
B
5
K1001_5
D1006
UDZ12B
B
L1003
F34DA200G
L1007
F34DA
191G
15
K1001
J11B0990N
G-SYNC/Y
D1007
UDZ12B
H-SYNC
D1003
UDZ6.2B
COMPUTER IN
S5V
C1016
16KK0.1
GQBY
D1014
1SS355
R1036
1/16GZ
0C
C1038
16KK0.1
GQBY
G-SYNC
SEP.
C1039
6.3EM
22D
C1011
1/16GZ
0C
C
1
V-SYNC
Q1002
DTC114EKAP
C1029
10KK
0.22KGQBY
C1031
10KK
0.22KGQBY
C1032
C1017
6.3EM
22D
D1012
1SS355
D1013
1SS355
R1037
1/16GJ100C
2
V+
H-SYNC
+
C1009
CD10
CGQY
4
IN
D1010
1SS355
I-IN
R1026
1/16
GF2.7KC
IC1001
AD8057ART
D1009
1SS355
D1008
1SS355
Q1001
DTC114EKAP
C1033
16KK
0.1GQBY
5
V-
2
3
C1006
CJ100
CGQY
V-SYNC
R1043
1/16GZ0C
C1034
10KK
0.22KGQBY
R1027
1/16
GF3.9KC
VD
21
VSS
IN
20
HS IN
(CS IN)
VSS
OUT
19
5
6
R1051
1/16GJ220C
R1054
1/16GF12KC
PVC
EVC
R1049
1/16GJ33KC
C1036
R1053
16TM
1/16GZ0C
1DA
S5V
8
9
IC1021 HD
CXA2016S
PHC
EHC
G-SYNC IN
(VIDEO IN)
HD SEL
ISC
17
16
D2001
UDZ12B
C2001
16KK0.1
GQBY
1
1
G-SYNC/Y
C1044
16KK
0.1GQBY
K2001_6
K2001_3
K2001_4
R2087
1/16GJ
75C
R2007
1/16GJ
75C
R2008
1/16GJ
75C
R2088
1/16GJ
75C
R2089
1/16GJ
75C
S-V
K2001_5
1
K10A_2
12
C2008
10KZ
22MNF
S-C
6
11
0V 7
+
+
10
8
(IC1804 17P)
C5283
25KZ0.1
GQFY
9
-5.6V
0V
R5287
1/16GJ
1KC
C5284
25KZ0.1
GQFY
0V
0V
D5283
1SS355
D5282
1SS355
R5289
1/16GZ
0C
B
S-Y
R5291
1/16GJ75C
S-C
0V
K10A_8
G-IN
K10A_10
B-IN
K10A_12
H-SY
K10A_16
R6203
1/16GJ
75C
R6202
1/16GJ
75C
R6204
1/16GJ
75C
TP211
S-Y
(IC5101 20P)
S-C
(IC5101 16P)
G-SYNC/Y
R6206
1/16GJ
75C
R6208
1/16GJ
75C
K50A8
PC R-IN
R6207
1/16GJ
75C
R6209
1/16GJ
75C
V-SY
K10A_18
R1068
1/16GJ220C
V-TH
K10A_22
K50A10
PC G-IN
V-SY
19
S-SW
L2006
F34A5506G
S-C
K10A_26
K10A_28
V-TH
(IC7221 11P)
V-SYNC
K50A26
S-Y
K50A28
S-SW
K50A30
S-C
S-SW
K10A_30
30
3
R7265
1/16GF
220C
Y/VIDEO
D2006
UDZ6.2B
Cb/Pb
K10A_38
Cr/Pr
K10A_40
40
K2001
J11B0850N
R6211
1/16GJ
75C
R6213
1/16GJ
75C
R6212
1/16GJ
75C
R6214
1/16GJ
75C
R5231
1/16GF
62C
R5206
1/16GJ
1KC
R5207
1/16GJ
10C
0V
Cb/Pb
K50A38
Cr/Pr
K50A44
Cr_SW
K10A_46
K50A46
R5214
1/16GJ
1KC
OUT
TP213
R6228
1/16GJ75C
R6229
X
TP219
R7256
1/16GF
1.2KC
TP217
R7257
1/16GF
10C
OUT
AH
C5218
6.3EM
22D
R5219
1/16GJ
10KC
C5231
CD10
CG
G_IN
Cb
12
0VCGQY
11
0.6V
B-SW
CG
B_IN
Y
+
+
PC/AV
SWITCH
R5233
1/16GJ
1KC
R5235
1/16GZ
0C
R/Cr/Pr
CRIN
(IC5251 3P)
CBIN
(IC5253 3P)
YIN
(IC5252 3P)
10
0.4V
8
9
B/Cb/Pb
0V
0.1V
+
B-OUT
D5221
1SS355
R7241
1/16GF
1KC
-
D5231
1SS355
G-Y
C7241
CD10
CGQY
4
IN
I-IN
R7242
1/16GF
560C
IC7241
R7243
AD8057ART 1/16GZ
R7247
1/16GF
1.2KC
E
0C
J30A
00102
R7248
1/16GJ
6.8KC
R7258
1/16GJ
8.2KC
R5296
1/16GZ0C
D
5
V-
2
3
R7246
1/16GJ
180C
(IC1804 16P)
V+
1
R7244
1/16GF
2.2KC
TE215
-5.6V
13
-5V
CG
R_IN
G-OUT
R7252
1/16GF
C5217
10KZ1U
GQFY
:10KZ1U
MAFY
14
R-SW
G-SW
6
PC/AV_SW
R5218
1/16GJ
22KC
0C
J30A
00102
R6223
1/16GJ75C
R6224
X
I-IN
5
PC=HIGH
AV=LOW
C5214
10KZ1U
GQFY
Q5211
Cr
0V 7
R5225
1/16GZ
0C
C7251
CD10
CGQY
IC7251 470C
R7253
AD8057ART 1/16GZ
J30A
00102
R6221
1/16GJ75C
R6222
X
R7251
1/16GF
1KC
4
IN
TP219
R6226
1/16GJ75C
R6227
X
V+
-
3
C
C5212
10KZ1U
GQFY
:10KZ1U
MAFY
15
+5V
5.0V
CD10
CGQY
5
+
CG=LOW
AV=HIGH
+
L5201
L2A7
3R3MG
R5217
1/16GJ
2.2KC
GQFY
16
2
R5213
1/16GZ
0C
5.1VC5216
KZ0.01
SW
1
0.6V 4
C5211
R5223
1/16GJ
1KC
V-
2
3
Y/VIDEO
K50A40
K10A_44
0V
R7260
1/16GZ
0C
R7269
1/16GF
2.2KC
1
R7254
1/16GF
2.2KC
Q5203
AJ
(IC1809 2P)
0.1V
0V
0.6V
R5232
1/16GJ
100C
39
Cb_SW
R5215
1/16GZ
0C
R7262
1/16GF
3.3KC
R7267
1/16GF
470C
R7268
1/16GF
5.6KC
TP217
K50A34
I-IN
R-OUT
C5221
CD10
CGQY
0V
29
K10A_34
R7266
1/16GF
2.7KC
R5222
1/16GJ
100C
R5221
1/16GF
62C
R5204
1/16GJ
1KC
R5203
1/16GJ
10C
TP213
J30A
00102
(IC7221 1P)
R6210
1/16GZ0C
S-Y
4
IN
R7263
1/16GF
1.8KC
C7261
CD10
CGQY
Q5202
H-SYNC
V-TH
R1069
X
R7261
1/16GF
1.5KC
L5203
L2A9
R47MG
IC5201
EL4332CS
D5211
1SS
355
V+
-
5V
S-5V
AJ
H-SY
K50A18
K50A22
L7272
L2PD
3R3MG
5
+
3
R5227
1/16GF
62C
PC B-IN
K50A16
20
C7274
25KZ0.1
GQFY
V-
2
AJ
TP212
K10A_14
R1067
1/16GZ0C
0V
9
K50A12
OUT
R7264
1/16GF
2.2KC
AJ
R5209
1/16GJ
1KC
R5208
1/16GJ
10C
(IC5101 18P)
VIDEO
5V
1
K50A2
K50A4
6.3EM
220WM
IC7261 AD8057ART
R5211
1/16GF
62C
Q5201
R5181
1/16GJ75C
6.3EM
220WM
Q5204
K10A_6
D2004
UDZ6.2B
D2003
UDZ6.2B
13
12
C7273
C7271
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R5212
1/16GJ
100C
2
D2002
UDZ6.2B
14
-5V
5
C7272
L7271
L2PD
3R3MG
C5202
6.3EM
220WM
TP212
H-SY
2
R5201
1/16GJ
1KC
R5202
1/16GJ
10C
0V
J30A
00102
K10A_4
R-IN
R6201
1/16GJ
75C
2
3
1
S-VIDEO
13
VSS REF
L2004
F34A5506G
1
R2086
1/16GJ
75C
2
V-SY
C2005
10KZ
22MNF
S-Y
R2004
1/16GJ
75C
CLP OUT
GND
S/CV_SW
C5288
6.3EM22D
0.2V
S-5V
C5201
25KZ0.1
GQFY
L5202
L2A9R47MG
K50A
J10ML540G
K10A
J11MD
540G
2
R2002
1/16
GJ100C
R2003
1/16GJ
75C
ISJ
R6239
X
TP211
10
11
R6237
1/16GJ
10KC
J30A
00102
14
10
R6238
1/16GJ
75C
KK3300GQBY
C1046
16KK0.1GQBY
3
R6236
1/16GJ
75C
5V
RESET
L2003
F34A5106G
S-SW
4
R5286
1/16GZ
0C
S-VIDEO SWITCH
15
+5V
+
VIDEO
C1043
15
R5282
1/16GZ
0C
0V KZ0.01
GQFY
5.1V
3
0.4V
V-SYNC
18
PH
CLP OUT
R5295
2
0V
R5283V
1/16GJ
1KC
0V
R5228
1/16GZ
0C
16
VIDEO
R1071
1/16GJ2.2KC
H-SYNC
PV
CLP SEL
R5293
X
0V
R5283Y
1/16GJ
1KC
0V
TP218
SW
X
R1056
1/16GF12KC
R2001
1/16GJ
33KC
E
22
4
7
AV=HIGH
PC=LOW
D
VCC
3
16TM1DA
H-SYNC
OUT
1
R1024
1/16GJ
1KC
VS IN
R5294
1/16GJ
75C
R1075
1/16GJ1KC
V-SYNC
R1031
1/16GJ
10KC
C1007
10KK0.47U
GQBY
5V
R5292
1/16GJ
75C
Y
1
A
R5281
1/16GJ
75C
C5282
0V
R5284
1/16GZ
0C
J30A
00102
16TM2.2FD
C1028
R1035
1/16GZ
0C
R6234
X
L5281
L2A7
3R3MG
IC5281
EL4332CS
C5289
6.3EM
220WM
Q5297
DTC143
TKAP
TP218
CXA2016S
C1018
16KK0.1
GQBY
C1014
6.3EM
22D
R1032
1/16GJ
680C
Q5296
AJ
R5299
1/16GF
62C
R6233
1/16GJ
75C
R6232
1/16GJ
10KC
IC1021
S-5V
R1028
1/16GJ
100C
R1021
1/16GJ
100C
R6231
1/16GJ
75C
D5281
1SS355
C5287
CJ220
5.1V CGQY
C5281
KZ0.01
GQFY
S-5V
R5285
1/16GJ
120C
5
VSS
R5288
1/16GJ
330C
Y
6
H
L1006
F34DA191G
K1001_3
8
0.8V
VEE
5V
L5282
L2A9
R47MG
GONSYNC
7
-5.6V
3
G
L1002
F34DA200G
7
2
R5280
1/16GJ
10C
L 0.6V
INM
(IC1807 19P)
S-5V
R5298
1/16GJ
1KC
8
VDD
2
R7286
1/16GJ
1KC
G-SYNC/Y
1
1
0V
TP208
480I_SW
5V
5.1V
0.8V
R305
1/16GJ
10KC
C5213
KZ0.01
GQFY
IC5282
TC7W53FU-(TE12L)
S5V
S5V
CB_SW (IC1809 3P)
C2009
16EM
470CD
K2002_1
Y/VIDEO
K2002_2
Y/VIDEO
K2002_3
K2002_4
Cb/Pb
Cb/Pb
K2002_6
Cr/Pr
F
K2002_7
Cr/Pr
K2002_8
R2012
1/16GJ
75C
R2061
1/16GJ
75C
R2062
1/16GJ
75C
R2013
1/16GJ
75C
R2014
1/16GJ
75C
R2063
1/16GJ
75C
R2064
1/16GJ
75C
R2016
1/16GJ
75C
R2017
1/16GJ
75C
R2066
1/16GJ
75C
R2067
1/16GJ
75C
CR_SW (IC1809 4P)
L2007
F34A5506G
1
R2011
1/16GJ
75C
K50A48
K10A_48
D2008
UDZ6.2B
C2014
10KZ
22MNF
K50A50
K10A_50
50
L2008
F34A5506G
1
R5270
1/16GZ0C
5V
3
2
D2007
UDZ6.2B
R5001
1/16GJ
100KC
5V
K10A_54
53
54
54
D2009
UDZ6.2B
D2011
UDZ6.2B
C2016
10KZ
22MNF
L2009
F34A5506G
1
C5001
16TM2.2FD
R5022
1/16GZ0C
C5002
16TM2.2FD
D2013
UDZ6.2B
R5023
1/16GZ0C
C5003
16TM2.2FD
R5024
1/16GZ0C
C5004
16TM2.2FD
2
K2005_3
1
K2005_1
D2091
UDZ12B
C2092
CJ100
CGQY
D2093
UDZ12B
C2091
CJ100
CGQY
D2016
UDZ12B
AV L
3
D2017
UDZ12B
AV L
RXD
AV R
3
RTS
C2011
CJ100
CGQY
R2021
1/16GJ
470KC
D2018
UDZ12B
D2019
UDZ12B
DTR
CTS/V
R2024
1/16GJ
100C
L2021
F34A5106G
1
TXD
PC L
3
CLK
2
K2004_2
R2023
1/16GJ
470KC
K2004_1
D2021
UDZ12B
D2022
UDZ12B
R2027
1/16GJ
100C
K2004
J12A
00400
DATA/ADB
L2022
F34A5106G
1
PC R
3
2
C2022
CJ100
CGQY
C2021
CJ100
CGQY
R2026
1/16GJ
470KC
D2023
UDZ12B
5
L
L
6
7
8
K50B8
PC/AV
K10B_12
K50B12
AV-R
K10B_14
K50B14
AV-L
K10B_18
K50B18
R5011
1/16GJ
1.5KC
5.6V
Q5008
12
A
11
B
10
GND
C
9
0V
K1002_2
1
D1021
UDZ20BG
UDZ20BG
K1002_3
D1024
UDZ20BG
K1002_5
I
PC-R
K50B36
PC-L
1
D1029
UDZ20BG
D1031
UDZ20BG
K50B42
C5014
6.3EM
220WM
9
S5V
TXD2-DRV
K50B50
50
3
1
3
1
K10B_16
53
54
53
K50BGND
54
C5010
6.3EM
220WM
T2
OUT
3
RXD2
F34A
5106G
K100G
L1024
1
3
F34A
5106G
J30B1260N
2
K5001A
SHIELD PLATE
7
0V
12
13
0V 15
C3871
10KZ1U
GQFY
C2-
5
C2+
4
C1-
3
V+
2
C1+
1
5.3V
16
VCC
2
GND
3
16
2.2V
15
C3861
10KZ
5.3V 1UGQFY
H
R3861
1/16
GZ0C
5.3V
R3863
1/16
GJ10KC
M2/PIN7
SCPU/RESET
0V
3
M1/RESET
0V
5.3V
R3867
1/16
GZ0C
4
14
SUB
CPU
R3862
1/16GJ
10KC
0V
M2/RESET
13
0.1V
12
0V
6
11
0V
7
10
8
9
5
M1/PIN8
0V
I
M1/PIN7
RB3861
5.3V
R1EA
1034G
;R1A4
1034G
10V
7.6V
1
M2/PIN8
C3883
EM1D
C3881
EM
1D
T1
OUT
GND
1
VDD
2.5V
2
R3866
1/16
GZ0C
C3867
10KZ
1UGQFY
-5.1V
4.8V
14
R3883
1/16GJ
10KC
6
R1
IN
OUT
C3884
EM1D
V-
R1
OUT
0V
F34A
5106G
T1
IN
11
R3891
1/16
GJ100C
F34A
5106G
2
IC3862
MN1382-Q-TX
8
-9.5V
K50B52
2
L1023
DATA/ADB
R2
IN
T2
IN
10
4.3V
49
K50B54
L1022
UDZ20BG
R2
OUT
X3861
V11B
0930G;
V11B
1250G
K50B48
K10B_48
S5V
2
D1028
UDZ20BG
S-5V
39
IC3861
TMP47C101M-JV45
IC3871
HIN232CB
SP232ACT
RS232C
DRIVER
K50B40
40
K10B_50
L1021
CLK
K1002_8
K50B34
3
(IC1803)
K50B30
K10B_36
F34A
5106G
UDZ20BG
D1027
MUTE
29
2
TXD
G
R5047
1/16GJ
10KC
K50B28
30
F34A
5106G
1
D1026
K1002_7
K50B26
K10B_30
3
L1019
CTS/V
K1002_6
K50B24
K10B_26
K10B_28
2
DTR
8
K50B22
PC L
2
1
4
2
R5010
1/16GJ
2.2KC
R5031
1/16GJ
470C
Q5004
PC=HIGH
AV=LOW
R5048
1/16GJ
22KC
AH
19
K10B_42
3
L1018
RTS
1
Q5042
R5015
1/16GZ
0C
D5002
1SS355
K10B_34
L1017
F34A5106G
1
D1023
Q5006
AH
R5029
1/16GJ
2.2KC
C5013
16EM
10D
R5043
1/16GJ
10KC
K50B20
20
K10B_40
RXD
K1002
J11A00300
K10B_20
K10B_22
K10B_24
S-5V
AUDIO-IN
SERIAL PORT
AH
R5020
1/16
GZ0C
0V
R5037
1/16GZ
0C
Q5003
R5028
1/16GJ
2.2KC
R5014
1/16GJ
2.2KC
0V
AH
R5017
1/16GJ
1.8KC
R5016
1/16GJ
1.5KC
R5044
1/16GJ
10KC
Q5041
D5001
1SS355
R5013
1/16GZ
0C
4.2V
R5018
1/16GZ
0C
AH
R-OUT
R5046
1/16GJ
4.7KC
R5041
1/16GJ
10KC
R5027
1/16GJ
2.2KC
C5012
16EM
10D
Q5002
IC5001
TC4053BF(EL)
9
PC R
D2024
UDZ12B
D1022
UDZ20BG
K1002_1
5
K10B_8
13
AH
R5026
1/16GJ
2.2KC
AH
L2017
F34A5106G
2
K2004_3
8
PC/AV
10
1
C2012
CJ100
CGQY
7
L OUT
R5009
1/16GJ
2.2KC
14
H
F
R5036
1/16GZ
0C
Q5001
AH
2
R2022
1/16
GJ100C
K2003
J12A
00400
3
R OUT
K50B4
AV R
L2016
F34A5106G
1
6
K50B2
C
0V
2
K10B_4
A
Y
0V
K10B_10
R2019
1/16
GJ100C
K2003_1
CG
L/R-IN
1
K10B_2
L OUT
4.2V
Q5007
AH
0V
K10B_6
K2003_2
CG
L/R-IN
2
R OUT
L-OUT
15
0V
D2094
UDZ12B
R2096
1/16GJ
100KC
R2018
1/16GJ
470KC
K2003_3
AV
L/R-IN
AV
L/R-IN
1
R OUT
3
2
AUDIO
SWITCH
K50B
J10ML540G
K10B
J11MD
540G
AUDIO-OUT
L2092
F34A5106G
1
G
H
D2092
UDZ12B
R2097
1/16GJ
100C
K2005
J12A
00400
CG/AV
L/R-OUT
L OUT
3
2
K2005_2
R5008
1/16GZ
0C
B
L
TO CHASSI EARTH
CG/AV
L/R-OUT
C5008
16KZ
0.47MZFY
16
AUDIO SW
4
L2091
F34A5106G
VCC
H
0V
3
R2094
1/16GJ
100C
C5007
16KZ
0.47MZFY
9.1V
4.2V
R2093
1/16GJ
100KC
HSYNC
C5011
16KZ
0.47MZFY
1
K2002
J12B2761N
C5009
16EM
10D
R5007
1/16GJ
12KC
3
2
D2012
UDZ6.2B
R5021
1/16GZ0C
C5006
16TM
2.2FD
R5004
1/16GJ
100KC
K50AGND
53
3
9V
R5006
1/16GJ
6.8KC
R5003
1/16GJ
100KC
R5002
1/16GJ
100KC
49
2
AV1-VIDEO
C7242
10KZ1U
GQFY
0V
C3882
EM1D
X
R3884
1/16GJ
100C
K5A
J10EG080G
2
K5A2
J
AUDIO AMP.
BOARD "K6P"
K5A3
POWER_FAIL
(IC1808 6P)
4
S5V
R5005
1/16
GZ0C
AV BOARD
5
MUTE
(IC1803)
VOL_CONT
(IC431 4P)
K5A5
6
K5A6
RC BOARD
"K28D"
C3846
25KZ0.1
GQFY
7
8
RB3841
R1EA1034G
;R1A41034G
4
RD14 14
YA
RD15 13
5.3V
XB
RD16 12
17
18
5
6
7
(QI301 204P)
(QI301 75P)
5.3V
SA
5.3V
0.1V
0.9V
0.9V
RD17 11
0V 19
0V 20
SEL1
SEL0
0.9V
RD10 10
RD11
9
RD12
8
RD13
0.9V
0V
3
0.7V
DATA IN
23
AIR MOUSE
CONTROLLER-2
5
SRD04
20
6
SRD05
19
RC10
0.5V
SDATA INT
15
RC00
6
0.9V 11
SRD02
RC01
5
0.9V 12
SRD03
3
K8D2
0.7V
0V
MOUSE
/CPU-SW
MOUSE1 (QI301 207P)
RC
(IC351,K5C)
SRC01
R3813
1/16
GJ10KC
K
R3814
1/16
GJ10KC
14
5.3V
SRC00
13
IC3801
TWM7000-162020
R3841
1/16
GZ0C
R3806
1/16GJ
100C
5.2V
SRD01
Ready
26
SRD06
0.9V 10
5.1V
0V
18
7
K8D1
S5V
7
16
TXD 4
25
R3812
1/16
GJ10KC
R/C
17
C3842
10KZ
1UGQFY
J
R3811
1/16
GJ10KC
5.3V
21
4
SRD00
5.3V
24
SRC10
22
SRD07
5.3V
K5P
J10EP030G
23
9
0.9V
5.3V
22
SRC11
8
5.3V
R3801
1/16
GZ0C
24
2
K5S
J10EG030G
R3816
1/16
GJ10KC
K8D3
RC11
27
X3841
V11B0770P;
V11B1240G 0V 28
CTS/V
R3852
1/16GJ
33KC
3
YB
16
CLK/SDATA
(IC1809 5P)
2
0V 1
X3801
V11B0770P
;V11B1240G
R3851
1/16GJ
10KC
MP6AA-02
15
DATA
L
1
C3802
10KZ
1UGQFY
C3864
EM1D
C3841
10KZ
1UGQFY
K5A4
K8D
J10EG030G
A4
M2/SEL0
AUDIO_IN
21
ASSY,PWB AV COMP MP6A
1AA0B10C3020A
R3864
1/16
GZ0C
M2/SEL1
R3842
1/16
GZ0C
K
RXD
MOUSE-TXD
R3882
1/16
GJ100C
K5A1
3
TXD
RXD
D3882
1SS355
12V
1
R3871
1/16
GZ0C
8
9
10
D3851
UDZ5.1BG
11
2
C3844
10KZ
1UGQFY
IC3841
QXXAVB043B
1
0V
IC3841
TWM7000-151020
12
AIR MOUSE
CONTROLLER-1
13
MAIN BOARD
14
15
16
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
R6973
R6972
R6968
R6966
R6963
R6961
R6959
R6957
R6954
C1902
R6976
A
1/16GZ0C
S3.3V2
1/16GJ
56C
S3.3V1
R6979
ADCDE1
R6987
R6949
1/16GZ0C
C6912
25KZ0.1
GQFY
6.3EM
22D
C6901
16EM
100D
R1905
1/16GZ
0C
IC6901_121
IC1901
TC7WH125FU
R6906
1/16GJ
1KC
R1911
1/16GZ
0C
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
1/16GZ0C
R6909
1/16GZ0C
R6907
1/16GZ
0C
IC1911
TC7WH125FU
VHS
R6904
TDI
R6913
1/16GZ
0C
R1912
1/16GZ
0C
IC6901_111
R6911
R6914
1/16GZ
0C
(IC6101 111P)
CMP_SET
VSYNC_SET
GND
VCCIO
GND
CLK
VCCINT
XRST
480I_SW
VSYNC
GND
VCCINT
DOUKI_MAX3
GND
DOUKI_MAX0
TDI
DOUKI_MAX1
GND
4
DOUKI_MAX2
CONT_TH9
3
K5C
J11EA120G
1
K5C2
S3.3V2
SYNCLK
108
V_RST
107
106
5
HSYNC
6
CONT_TH8
TDO
7
CONT_TH7
8
GREF
9
CONT_TH6
10
IC6901
EPM3256ATC144-10
XTAL
11
101
100
13
99
12
VSYNCO
15
GND
R1922
1/16GZ
0C
R6919
(IC6101 44P)
1/16GZ0C
R6921
1/16GJ1KC
TMS
17
GND
18
CR7
19
CR6
20
TMS
21
22
ADCDE
9
7
D
8
R1948
IC1941_6
R1945
1/16GZ
0C
7
CB6
81
IC6901_79
30
COASTIN
1/16GZ0C
31
Y7
1/16GZ0C
32
Y6
33
GND
34
CONT_TH5
75
35
CONT_TH4
74
R6932
1/16GZ0C
(IC301 100P)
CLK
(IC6101 118P)
COASTOUT
80
R6929
R1950
1/16GZ0C
GCLK
82
R6928
PDEN
C1942
CC5CGQY
R6933
1/16GZ
0C
36
R1935
1/16GJ
47C
COASTOUT
1/16GZ0C
1/16GZ0C
8
28
(IC1804 16P)
PC/AV_SW
83
29
R6927
IC1941_10
R1933
1/16GZ
0C
1/16GZ0C
IC6901_84
84
TB
79
(IC1807 19P)
78
GND
VCCIO
CONT_TH3
R6936
1/16GZ
0C
VCCIO
GHS
10
6
R6926
R6983
1/16GZ
0C
85
C6907
25KZ0.1
GQFY
77
GREF
(IC301 165P)
GPENSOG (IC301 26P)
76
(IC301 100P)
73
GHS
(IC301 99P)
GVS
(IC301 223P)
R6944
1/16GZ
0C
TP7223
C6903
25KZ0.1
GQFY
PCCLK
HS
R7228
1/16GZ0C
GRE6
R6943
1/16GZ
0C
GRE5
GRE4
GRE3
C6904
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6163
GRE2
1/16GZ0C
GRE0
HSYNC
CLK
TP7224
0V
MHSI
HS
GRO7
GRO6
0.6V 1
H-SY
VCC
14
CLPR
C7222
KZ0.01
GQFY
GRO5
CLPG
GRO4
3.3V
CLPB
GRO3
3.1V
VY4
69
8
V XDD
V DDI
68
9
V SSA2
HPD4
67
10
AI24
HPD5
66
11
V DDA2
HPD6
65
12
AI23
HPD7
64
13
AI2D
V SSI
63
14
AI22
15
V SSA1
25
V DDE
54
V DDA0
IGPH
53
V SSA0
IGPV
52
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
R5113
1/16GJ
10KC
TP5103
X
TE5101
J30A
00102
R5110
1/16GJ
10C
L
R5115
1/16GJ
10C
GND
ODRZ3
GND
GND
VCC
60
142
VCC(Y0)
148
Y6
149
Y7
84
20
GND
GND 83
21
GND
22
BA-IN
23
VD
24
GND
25
VD
26
GND
27
CKINV
DIGITAL
RGB
MATRIX
/1NIT
59
ODGZ7
58
GND
152
53
52
GND
51
YZ0
ODB3
49
(SW480I)
81
153
YZ1
/LDC
48
DGB2
80
154
YZ2
ODB4
47
DGB3
79
155
YZ3
ODB5
46
DGB4
78
156
YZ4
ODB6
45
DGB5
77
DGB6
76
A0
DBA0
32
A1
DBA1
71
66
DBA7
65
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
C6105
16EM
100D
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
C6104
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6139
1/16
GZ0C
R6137
1/16
GZ0C
22
23
24
25
R6143
1/16GZ
0C
R6142
1/16
GZ0C
SCL
13
SDA
12
ODBZ0
11
ODBZ1
10
ODBZ2
9
ODBZ3
CBZ7(GND)
8
ODBZ4
VCC
7
ODBZ5
GND(CBZ7)
6
GND
CBZ6
5
(VCC)
CBZ5
4
ODBZ6
CBZ4
3
ODB7
ODBZ7
CBZ3
2
CBZ2
1
TMS(CBZ1)
160
72
CBZ0
74
GND 73
CBZ1(VCC)
VDD
SCL
GND
SDA
31
CB7
159
GBE2
GBE3
R6157
1/16
GZ0C
RB6128
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
GBE6
RB6116
39
40
41
R6152
1/16GZ
0C
RB6119
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
(IC301)
C6112
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6149
1/16GZ
0C
R6158
1/16
GZ0C
RB6121
RB6118
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
RB6129
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
42
R6150
1/16
GZ0C
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
RB6117
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
GBE7
1/16GZ0C
43
R6146
1/16
GZ0C
C6117
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
38
TE6101
X
C6113
25KZ0.1
GQFY
J
RB6122
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
GBO0
GBO1
C254
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R248
1/16GJ
10KC
I
GBE4
GBE5
R6135
44
YZ5
CB6
75
ODEV (IC321 7P)
GBE1
ODB1
ODB2
DGB1
DGB7
ADCDE (IC301 222P)
R6136
1/16
GZ0C
GBE0
82
YZ6
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
54
50
YZ7
25KZ0.1
GQFY
55
(VCC)
158
H
GGO7
C6114
ODB0
DGB0
157
GGO6
RB6127
56
150 (VCC)
151
GGO2
57
GBO2
GBO3
GBO4
C253
CJ121
CGQY
VY7
RB5103
R1EA4704G
;R1A44704G
VY2
C251
25KZ0.1
GQFY
GBO5
C241
KK
0.01
GQBY
R249
1/16GJ
1.5KC
GBO6
GBO7
C243
16KK0.1
(GQBY:MABY)
C242
16KK0.1
(GQBY:MABY)
R218
1/16GJ
100C
K
VY0
RB5101
R1EA4704G
;R1A44704G
VY1
VY5
VY6
C5119
25KZ0.1
GQFY
ODRZ2
O
RO DR
G Z1
R
A
(V VCC M
C
(
C
)D GN
G ON D)
N
D E
ODR0
ODRZ4
)/P
Z0
R
ODR1
ODRZ5
(O
D
ODR2
ODRZ6
ODR3
ODRZ7
ODR4
(VCC)ODRZ0
ODR5
CR6
CR7
Y7
Y6
ODR6
VCC
GND
ODR7
VSYNCO
HSYNCO
CLPG
CLPR
CLKO
CLPB
CTRL2
61
141
85
44
(VCC)
62
GND
86
43
(IGPH)
ODGZ6
Y0(VCC)
VDD
42
GND
CRZ7
140
DGA7
41
HSYNC
139
DGA6
40
VSYNC
GGO5
VD
39
(GATEHS)
63
VD
R246
1/16GZ
0.3V 0C
CLAMPI
ODGZ5
GND
TP207
J30A
00102
RST
CRZ6
19
30
DIN
GGO4
18
29
CLK
GGO3
64
CB5
VDD
DRA7
DRA6
DRA5
DRA4
DRA3
DRA2
DRA1
GND
VDD
DRA0
DATACK
DATACK/
65
ODGZ4
17
(IC301)
V DDE 51
41
ODGZ3
GGO0
GGO1
ADCDE1
24
55
138
66
IC6101
LC24193AT-TH5
M_SCL1
23
56
CRZ5
ODGZ2
Y5
NC
VUV4
CRZ4
137
67
Y4
38
58
136
ODGZ1
147
67
VY3
CRZ3
68
146
DBA6
59
135
RB6126
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
69
87
DBA5
IPD3
CRZ2
R6156
1/16
GZ0C
GGE7
(VCC)
88
NC
TP207
134
(GREF)
G
GGE6
RB6124
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
ODGZ0
DGA5
NC
R256
1/16GJ
100C
70
CRZ1
DGA4
37
R255
1/16GJ
100C
GND
CRZ0
133
VD
36
VUV7
GND
132
GA-IN
68
VUV6
131
Y3
69
VUV5
71
Y2
70
C239
4EM
470D
72
ODG7
Y1
DBA4
C238
25KZ0.1
GQFY
ODG6
CR0(VCC)
145
DBA3
SCAN
CONVERTER
IC301
CR7
144
RB6109
GGE1
130
143
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
GGE0
ODG1 77
129
RB6106
CLAMP
78
GGE5
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
RB6123
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
79
ODG0
73
89
28
80
ODG5
90
A/D
CONVERTER
R6131
1/16
GZ0C
81
CR6
91
RB6108
82
128
DGA3
R6167
1/16
GZ0C
83
GGE2
DGA2
RB6107
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
84
GGE4
DGA1
DBA2
IPD2
IPD7
16
85
74
92
GND
60
IPD6
15
86
ODG4
DGA0
PVD
61
IPD5
SOG-IN
87
PORTB1
AOUT
GND
14
88
R5136
VHS
1/16GJ47C
VHS (IC301 89P)
R5137
1/16GJ47C
R5138
1/16GJ47C
R5139
1/16GJ47C
R5141
1/16GJ47C
VVS (IC301 14P)
VFIELD
(IC321 6P)
VVS
VPEN (IC301 155P)
VCLK (IC301 213P)
R5143
X
SW480I
R5144
1/16GJ47C
RTS0(VHS)
(IC301 147P)
AGND
22
GND
13
GND 93
89
CB7
AI11
21
12
R6113
1/16
GZ0C
90
CR5
CB6
20
94
PVD
IPD1
57
95
VDD
IC202
AD9884AKS-140
35
62
IPD4
DRB7
GND
91
GGE3
CB5
AI1D
VD
9
R6111
1/16
GZ0C
92
75
CB4
19
8
34
IPD0
V DDI
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
127
93
ODG3
CB3
AI12
96
CR4
CB2
18
DRB6
126
94
ODG2 76
CB1
V DDA1
RA-IN
CR3
CB0
AI21
17
DIGITAL
VIDEO
DECORDER
7
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
16
RB6104
33
VUV2
RB5102
R1EA4704G
;R1A44704G
97
VUV1
M_SCL
TEST3
70
HPD3
IC5101
SAA7114H
98
DRB5
VUV0
M_SDA
TEST4
HPD2
XTALI
C257
4EM
470D
DRB4
GND
VUV3
(IC301 5P)
XTRI
TEST5
V DDI
XPD7
XPD5
XPD6
XPD4
VSSI
XPD1
XPD3
XPD0
XPD2
XRV
V DDI
XRH
XDQ
VSSE
TMS
XTAL
7
RB5104
R1EA4704G
;R1A44704G
(IC301 80P)
C5117
25KZ0.1
GQFY
6
IGP1
TP5113
71
V SSE
R5108
1/16GJ
56C
72
IGP0
X
73
ITRI
TP5101
74
L211
L2A7
3R3MG
C5118
25KZ0.1
GQFY
HPD1
IDQ
R5109
1/16GJ
56C
R245
1/16
GZ0C
75
HPD0
TEST0
R5107
1/16GJ
56C
C5109
16KK
0.047
GQBY
76
ICLK
TP5112
C5108
16KK0.047
GQBY
77
TEST1
AMXCLK
VIDEO
S-Y
R5106
1/16GJ
18C
78
V XSS
ITRDY
J30A
00102
X
79
XTOUT
V DDI
C5192
80
TDI
ALRCLK
X
C5107
16KK0.047GQBY
81
5
ASCLK
C5191
R5104
1/16GJ
18C
82
4
AMCLK
TP5113
83
3
RTC0
J30A
00102
84
V SSI
L5191
X
85
TEST2
RTS1
C5106
16KK0.047GQBY
TP5112
86
TDO
RTS0
R5103
1/16GJ
18C
87
V DDE
V DDI
R5191
1/16GZ0C
C5104
16KK
0.047
GQBY
88
V DDE
SDA
K
S-Y
(K5DA)
J30A
00102
C5112
25KZ0.1
GQFY
89
SCL
TP5111
S-C
(K5DA)
VIDEO
(IC5281 8P)
C5111
16EM
100D
90
RESON
L5102
L2A7
3R3MG
91
LLC2
C5122
25KZ0.1
GQFY
92
LLC
C5102
CJ10
CGQY
93
CE
C5101
CJ33
CGQY
94
GND
6
R6165
1/16
GZ0C
CR2
125
95
)
2
M ND
)
C
VC
0(
D
M GN
1
M
X5101
V10B
4400G
95
5
VD
124
96
(G
2
96
99
11
CR1
97
C
1
97
R244
1/16
GZ0C
DRB3
VD
123
98
VC
C5116
25KZ0.1
GQFY
98
XCLK
1/16GJ10KC
100 99
J
L212
L2A7
3R3MG
R5114
C5114
25KZ0.1
GQFY
16EM
100D
TP5111
C235
25KZ
0.1GQFY
V SSE
C5113
2
C5121
25KZ0.1
GQFY
S-C
C258
4EM
470D
S3.3V2
XRDY
3
TRSTN
1
V SSE
S6V
C234
4EM
470D
L5106
L2A7
3R3MG
TCK
IC5102
BA033FP-E2
VD
10
120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99
121
CB4
B/Cb/Pb
I
R6104
1/16GZ
0C
CB3
G/Y
4
(IC301)
CB2
R5277
1/16GJ
3.9KC
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
C6106
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6126
1/16
GZ0C
R6128
CB1
0.5V
F
1/16
GZ0C
VC
G C
N
D
C
B0
I-IN
NC
DRB2 100
VDD
IN
IC5253
AD8057ART
R5279
1/16GJ
33C
3
GND
R5275
1/16GJ0.5V
390C
C5275
1/16GZ
0C
R5273
1/16GJ
120C
T221B
RB6103
DBB0
R5272
1/16GJ
200C
4
C5273
CD10
CGQY
J30A
00102
C5279
25KK0.022
GQBY
DRB1 101
DBB1
3
0V
0V
R5249
1/16GJ
680C
DRB0 102
NC
DBB2
-
TP221B
0.7V
R5279B
1/16GZ
0C
R/Cr/Pr
TP221B
Q5253
AH
R5276
1/16
GJ1KC
V-
+
5.0V
C6101
10KZ1U
GQFY
R6109
1/16
GZ0C
NC
DBB3
5
5.0V
C256
25KZ0.1
GQFY
2
DBB4
V+
C6102
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6106
1/16GZ
0C
1
DBB5
OUT
R5269
1/16GJ
33C
C5269
25KK0.022
GQBY
R5250
X
R5267
1/16GJ
3.9KC
128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103
T221G
DBB6
0.6V
1
-5.6V 2
R5271
L26B
2480G
0.5V
R5247
1/16GJ
680C
C5263
CD10
CGQY
J30A
00102
DBB7
4
I-IN
TP221G
0V
VDD
-
IC5252
AD8057ART
B/Cb/Pb
CBIN
(B_IN)
R5266
1/16
GJ1KC
3
RB6102
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
GND
3
R52650.5V IN
1/16GJ
390C
C5265
1/16GZ
0C
R5263
1/16GJ
120C
Q5252
AH
C236
16KK0.1
(GQBY
:MABY)
R241
1/16GJ
100C
GND
R5262
1/16GJ
200C
+
5.0V
TP221G
5.0V
0.8V
0.2V
R5269G
1/16GZ
0C
R242
1/16GJ
100C
GND
5
R5248
X
R5257
1/16GJ
3.9KC
2
VSS
R6123
1/16GZ
0C
R6120
1/16
GZ0C
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
HSOUT
V+
V-
C252
25KZ0.1
GQFY
PVD
OUT
1
R5261
L26B
2480G
0.5V
R258
1/16GZ
0C
SOGOUT
I-IN
IC5251
AD8057ART
0.6V
2
-5.6V
YIN
(G_IN)
GRO0
S3.3V2
C6116
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6118
1/16
GZ0C
R6101
1/16
GZ0C
122
GND
R5253
1/16GJ
120C
4
IN
R5255
1/16GJ
390C
VDD
C6103
25KZ0.1
GQFY
RB6101
R5259
1/16GJ
33C
GND
C5255
1/16GZ
0C
T221R
GND
R5252
1/16GJ
200C
C5253
CD10
CGQY
R5256
1/16
GJ1KC
-
J30A
00102
C5259
25KK0.022
GQBY
R5245
1/16GJ
680C
1
C233
25KZ0.1
GQFY
PVD
+
0.2V
0.6V
0V
R5259R
1/16GZ
0C
C232
16EM
22D
GND
5
5.0V
V-
3
R5251
L26B
2480G
G/Y
H
V+
3
2
NC
CRIN
(R_IN)
OUT
1
S6V
TP221R
VD
0.6V
1
-5.6V
2
0.5V
IC231
BA033FP-E2
OUT
LK
C
) 0)
C
D
N CR
C
VC O(G D(
N
TD G
R/Cr/Pr
TP221R
5.0V
Q5251
AH
C231
25KZ
0.1GQFY
CB7
R5246
X
1/16GJ
470C
VDD
0V
C5258
25KZ0.1
GQFY
CB6
C5252
6.3EM
220WM
V-SY
G
GRO1
RB6113
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
1/16
GZ0C
GND
3.3V
R7224
1/16GZ0C
8
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
R6122
IC6102 S5V
MN1382-Q-TX R6103
GND
V-SYNC
9
GND
GREF
5V
FILT
7
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
RB6114
R1EA1014G
;R1A41014G
L5252
L2A9R47MG
S-5V
PWRDN/
6
0V
C5257
6.3EM
220WM
L5251
L2A9R47MG
CKEXT
0V
C5251
25KZ0.1
GQFY
REF-OUT
3.3V
GND
C7225
CJ121
CGQY
3.3V
PVD
10
VD
5
REF-IN
4
0.3V
COAST
R7222
1/16GJ
10KC
V-TH
RB6112
RTS0(VHS)
GND
F
3.3V
0.4V
11
HSYNC
R7221
1/16GJ
100C
SCAN
CONVERTER
IC301
GRO2
12
RB6111
COASTOUT
3
0V
CLPG
3.1V
(K50A)
13
CLPR
H-SYNC
2
CLPB
C7221
CJ121
CGQY
E
GPENDOG
0.3V
TP7224
J30A
00102
S3.3V2
IC6901_68
GRE1
TP7223
J30A
00102
IC7221
TC74LCX14FT
HD74LVC14T
HSYNC
R6942
1/16GZ
0C
IC6901_62
GRE7
MVSI
H-SYNC
E
IC6901_55
GHS
GVS
37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72
IC6901_41
D
(IC301 98P)
C6906
25KZ0.1
GQFY
SYNC
5
R1947
1/16GZ0C
CB7
86
GATEHS
11
27
C
TCK
87
GND
HG
12
4
IC1941_12
R1943
1/16GJ
18C
GND
89
88
ODEVFF
9
13
3
1/16GZ0C
CLAMPIN
26
TCK
GND
10
6
2
R6924
25
R6946
1/16GJ
1KC
90
GND
5
R1936
1/16GZ
0C
C1931
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1946
1/16GZ0C
VCCIO
CR7O
11
14
R6923
1/16GZ0C
24
CB7O
12
4
1
C6902
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C1941
25KZ0.1
GQFY
COAST5
13
3
IC1941
TC74VCX04FT
R1949
1/16GZ0C
R1932
1/16GZ
0C
14
2
94
91
SYNC
SEPARATOR
COMPOSITE
INPUT
23
IC1931
TC74VCX125FT
VCLK
95
92
VCCINT
ADCDE1
ADCDE2
1
C6908
25KZ0.1
GQFY
IC6901_93
R6918
1/16GZ
0C
R1923
1/16GZ
0C
R1931
1/16GZ
0C
K5C12
R6981
1/16GZ
0C
93
16
GND
5
VCCIO
GND
4
98
96
GND
VCCINT
6
TCK
R6984
1/16GZ
0C
IC6901_15
VCCIO
7
3
K5C9
97
Y7O
8
2
K5C8
102
12
IC1921
TC7WH125FU
1
B
K5C7
103
TDO
14
C
K5C6
TDO
104
TMS
DEC1
HS
R1913
1/16GZ
0C
R1921
1/16GZ
0C
R6947
1/16GJ
1KC
GND 105
TDI
1/16GZ0C
DCLK
MHSI
2
DOUKI_MIN3
VS
R1903
1/16GZ
0C
B
HS_SW
DOUKI_MIN2
1
(IC6101 112P)
DOUKI_MIN1
5
R6902
1/16GZ0C
MVSI
CONT_TH1
4
R1902
1/16GZ
0C
CONT_TH0
6
VHS
7
3
VCCIO
8
2
CONT_TH2
1
IC6901_117
144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109
R1908
1/16GZ
0C
DOUKI_MIN0
R1901
1/16GZ
0C
A
C6909
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6951
1/16GJ
10KC
C6913
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C1901
25KZ0.1
GQFY
VVS
C6911
25KZ0.1
GQFY
MAIN BOARD
LLC(CLK)
1
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
MP6AA-03
2
3
(IC301 5P)
M_SDA
M_SCL
(IC301 80P)
VHDREN (IC1804 13P)
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
A5
K03
(IC1803)
K02
On-Off
D0
D9
D8
D1
D2
D10
D3
D4
D12
D5
D13
D6
D14
D7
A17
D15
S3.3V1
R809
1/16GZ
0C
D11
TP801
J30A
00102
(IC301 133P)
A2
3
A4
5
A6
A1
S3.3V1
A5
C807
25KZ0.1
GQFY
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
48
47
A0
CE
VSS
OE
D0
D8
D1
D9
D2
D3
D10
D11
VCC
D4
D5
D12
D13
D6
D7
D14
D15
VSS
A16
BYTE
18
4
17
5
16
6
15
7
14
8
13
9
12
10
11
R865
1/16GJ100C
IC861_3
SDATA
S_CLK
IC861_5
S&H_STLOBE
1/16GZ0C
IC861_7
(IC1806 15P)
FLASH
ROM
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A7
18
A6
A17
17
15
R824
A12
1/16GZ0C
R859
1/16GZ0C
TE821
J30A
00102
S3.3V1
R866
1/16GJ100C
R862
1/16GZ
0C
R867
1/16GJ100C
S_DATA
IC861_12
R864
1/16GZ
0C
A13
(IC301)
B
RB852
R1EA1034G
;R1A41034G
A15
24
23
22
21
20
(IC3301)
S&H_STL
R863
1/16GZ
0C
IC861_9
A14
17
R861
1/16GZ
0C
19
19
NC
16
NC
RY/BY
15
NC
13
11
14
RESET
12
WE
NC
NC
9
10
A8
8
A9
SW6871
7
SW6809
Mode
A10
Menu
A11
SW6808
A12
Right
6
SW6807
19
3
SCLK
(IC1806 12P)
A11
A10
IC801
MBM29LV800TA90NB787B
5
SW6807
S10B
3530G
Down
2
C861
25KZ0.1
GQFY
A9
9
R823
4
SW6802
S10B
3530G
SW6806
20
13
A13
K11
Select
C806
6.3EM
220WM
A14
SW6871
S10B
3530G
SW6804
A15
SW6806
S10B
3530G
SW6803
Up
1
3L_EN
(IC1806 13P)
3
SW6801
S10B
3530G
Left
(IC301 3P)
A8
2
D6803
1SS355
R820
1/16GZ
0C
A7
R802
1/16GJ
10KC
1
D6802
1SS355
D6801
1SS355
(IC301)
7
11
SW6802
IC861
TC74LCX244FT
S3.3V1
SW6801
Normal
A
A3
TP802
J30A
00102
K01
B
1
A1
R801
X
A
ROMOE (IC301 66P)
(IC301)
K8Y
J11B2940G
A17
21
K12
1
5
3.4V
3.4V
3
4
2.0V
3.4V
0V
R1836
1/16GZ
0C
7
3
6
5
GND
1.4V
8
R1962
1/16GZ
0C
1.4V
R1839
1/16GZ
0C
LAMP_ON
10
11
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A18
A19
ROMWE
(IC301 136P)
(IC301)
S3.3V1
A12
A9
A11
A10
D10
A10
A11
A12
A9
D13
DAC_STLOBE
D6
SDATA
(IC1806 13P)
D13
35
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
C811
16EM
47D
C812
25KZ0.1
GQFY
D12
SCLK
FAN_CONT2_5
(K8A)
R869
1/16GJ
100C
(IC301)
1
SRAM
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
D10
D0
MCKEXT
20
(IC5201)
CG_FILT
CS0_A
S5VD
S3.3V1
RB303
R1EA1004G
;R1A41004G
Q1881
2SK536P
IC1806
TC74LCX574FT
D3
5
16
D4
6
15
D5
7
14
D6
8
13
9
12
10
11
(IC301)
1
20
D8
2
19
D9
3
18
D10
4
17
D11
5
16
D12
6
15
D13
7
14
D14
8
13
(IC301)
11
R1858
1/16GZ
0C
POWER_FAIL
C1851
10KZ1U
GQFY
S5V
VREF
NC
8
2
VIN
NC
7
3
OUT
VCC
NC
6
GND
5
4
(IC851 13P)
FAN_CONT2
(IC851 11P)
IRM_STLOBE
(IC851 2P)
S&H_STLOBE
(IC861 6P)
DAC_STLOBE
(IC851 4P)
SDATA
(IC851 6P IC861 4P)
SCLK
(IC851 8P IC861 2P)
(IC6101)
D/A
CONVERTER
CTS33
(IC851 17P)
PC_ON
(IC1901 ,IC1902 ,IC1903)
7114ON
(IC202 ,IC1901 ,IC1902 ,IC1903)
LIM_OFF
(IC401 12PIN)
LAMP_ON
(IC2882 ,IC2883)
IC1807_12
RB301
DRE1
R1EA1004G
;R1A41004G
(IC6101)
K13
1/16GZ
0C
(IC7221 4P)
K14
LAMP_ERR
R1849
X
S3.3V1
(IC201 141P)
19
D0
D1
16
D2
15
D3
14
D4
13
D5
R1811
1/16GZ
0C
L
R1813
X
R1816
X
12
D6
11
D7
2
A13
A14
A15
A16
(IC301)
A18
A19
PTSTEN
58
38
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
59
37
110
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
129
60
109
174
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
130
191
108
107
173
230
172
245
229
106
105
171
246
228
170
31
104
169
226
30
103
168
225
C312
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
29
102
167
C311
6.3EM
220WM
224
A17
A10
A9
A16
A12
A7
A6
A11
A8
A5
A4
U
T
R
64
134
195
196
135
66
250
197
136
67
N
16
D10
15
D11
14
D12
13
D13
D14
11
D15
R337
1/16GJ
10C
3
K8G2
4
K8G3
E
5
K8G4
D1831
1SS355
K8G5
S5V
POWER_FAIL
R1868
1/16GJ
4.7KC
TPPSDA
J30A
00102
G
Q1821
2SK536P
D
R1862
1/16GJ
10KC
R1823
1/16GJ
4.7KC
R1826
1/16GJ
4.7KC
M_SCL
IC1831
LM76CHMX-5
R1856
1/16GJ
10C
TPPSCL
J30A
00102
G
D
R1857
1/16GJ
10C
1
SDA
2
SCL
3
O.S.
4
GND
8
+VS
A0
7
A1
6
28
101
166
SCAN
CONVERTER
&
SYSTEM CONTROL
C313
6.3EM
220WM
223
GFBK
GCLK
GGE4
27
26
137
198
100
165
222
99
164
252
C314
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
68
253
221
138
199
5
INT OUT
TEMP
SENSOR
R1864
1/16GZ
0C
R2875
1/16
GZ0C
254
140
201
J
70
H
71
GCOAST
25
98
163
220
255
141
202
1
F
24
97
162
219
256
142
203
1
0V
2
23
0V
VDD
L
3
VEE
4
VSS
8
7
96
22
95
21
94
19
6
H
0V
5
R1814
X
4
5
161
218
160
159
93
92
18
17
217
216
215
214
158
157
156
155
213
212
154
91
90
89
88
153
87
16
15
14
13
86
12
1.7V
0V
211
210
209
208
207
206
152
151
150
149
148
147
85
84
83
82
81
205
143
204
12
TP311
X
4
11
5
10
6
9
146
145
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
DTCLK
VUV1
VUV0
VY6
VY5
VY7
VY4
VY1
VY0
VY3
VY2
VUV4
VUV3
VUV2
VUV6
VCLK
VUV5
S2.5V
4
R339
1/16GJ
10C
R338
1/16GJ
10C
77
3
8
GND
(IC1803 14P)
D2851
UDZ12B
D2864
SML-210PTKG
READY
READY_LED
Q2851
AH
(GREEN)
R2874
1/16GZ0C
R350
1/16GJ
10C
R2859
1/16GJ
1KC
D2854
UDZ12B
R2862
1/16GJ
4.7KC
(IC1803 16P)
D2865
SML-210LTMG
POWER
LAMP
R2861
1/16GJ
3.9KC
POW_LED
1
R318
1/16GJ
47KC
IC312
TC7W126FU
-(TE12L)
GND
0V
0V
3
LAMP_ERR
(IC1808 8P)
S5V
VCC
3.4V
2
TPRESET
R317
1/16GZ
0C
C308
KZ0.01
GQFY
1
VCC
7
3
6
4
5
RESET_M
(AV)
IC2881
PIC12C508A R2883
1/16GJ
-04/SM 10KC
S3.3V1
8
2
R308
1/16GJ
560C
R309
1/16GJ
1.3KC
RESET
C306
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C309
25KZ0.1
GQFY
GND
X2881
V10B3030G
C2881
CJ33
CGQY
C307
KZ0.01
GQFY
C2882
CJ33
CGQY
G
C
D851
1SS355
Q851
2SK536P
ROMWEH
TXD
S
D
B
R2881
1/16GJ
10KC
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
R2896
1/16GZ
0C
R873
1/16GJ
680C
PORTA3
S3.3V1
R2884
1/16GJ
100C
R2876
1/16GZ
0C
R2878
1/16GJ
100C
LAMP_SW
K8CC
J10EZ050G
R2877
1/16GZ0C
C2891
25KK
0.047
GQBY
J
LAMP_BALLAST
R2880
1/16GZ
0C
5VD
R2891
1/16GJ
1KC
3
5
R2894
1/16GZ
0C
LAMP_POW
1
2
R2879
1/16GZ0C
4
R2888
1/16GJ
10KC
(IC3871 10P)
(IC3841 4P)
R874
1/16GJ
330C
R334
1/16GJ
10KC
R2870
1/16GJ
22KC
R2897
1/16GZ
0C
RXD (IC3871 12P)
LAMP
BALLAST
1
VCC
C2892
25KZ0.1
GQFY
5
2
K8F
TPNMI
4
X
X
RESET
K8F1
NMI
K8F2
SCHMITT
3
1
R321
1/16GJ
1KC
ROMWEH
K8F3
ROMWEL
K8F4
3
4
R326
X
R2887
1/16GJ
1KC
GND
IC2882
SN74AHCT1G14DBVR
2
R327
1/16GJ
10KC
I
IC311
PST573IM
S3.3V1
X
C2852
25KZ0.1
GQFY
(RED)
Q2854
AJ
C315
25KZ0.1
GQFY
H
R2871
1/16GZ0C
R2852
1/16GJ
390C
R2853
1/16GJ
4.7KC
M_SCL1
NMI
A
WARNING
TEMP.
R2851
1/16GJ
390C
76
1
D2863
SML-210LTMG
Q2853
DTC114
EKAP
TEMP_LED
(RED)
7
75
2
D2853
UDZ12B
IC351_6
ROMWEL
144
RXD
78
(IC1803 15P)
M_SCL
PORTA1
79
R2857
1/16GJ
1KC
R356
1/16GZ
0C
TP312
X
(YELLOW)
R2873
1/16GZ0C
74
D
80
PORTB5
ODEV
SCANMODE
VUV7
VPEN
GBO5
GBO7
GBE2
GBE1
GBE3
GBE4
GBE5
3.4V
0V
3
C351
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R307
1/16GJ
10C
PORTA0
GGO1
GGO3
INM
13
TXD
(IC1821 1P)
0V
2
LAMP
REPLACE
Q2852
DTC114
EKAP
14
VCC
G
C2851
25KZ0.1
GQFY
D2861
SML-210YTLG
LAMP_REP_LED
R354
1/16GZ
0C
INTR
D2
73
D2852
UDZ12B
R353
1/16GZ
0C
D0
D1
D3
D4
EXTINT
GBE7
GGO6
GGO7
(IC6101)
R2855
1/16GJ
1KC
(IC3801 17,18P)
D5
D6
G
72
R2872
1/16GZ0C
S3.3V1
(IC1803 13P)
RC
(IC811 17P)
RAMWE
D15
D13
D14
D12
D11
D8
D9
D10
D7
K
69
139
200
GGO0
GGO4
GGE1
PDEN
R361
1/16GJ
100C
ROMWE(IC801 11P K8Y 28P)
RAMOE
(IC811 41P)
L
GBLKSPL
SCAN
CONVERTER
IC321
IC301 TC7W53FU-(TE12L)
PW_VFIELD
(IC301 15P)
F
C1831
25KZ0.1
GQFY
TEMP.SENS
R1828
1/16GJ
68KC
WR
RD
S3.3V1
20
(IC301)
12
D
M_SDA
IC351
TC74LCX14FT
HD74LVC14T
CS0 (IC1802 1P 6P)
ROMOE (IC801 28P K8Y 29P)
M
GGO5
GGE0
(IC6101)
RC
A1
(IC1801 1802 801 811,K8Y)
A0
(IC811 39P)
A3
A2
BHEN (IC811 40P)
CS1 (IC1808,IC1809 1P)
P
65
249
251
(IC5101)
D9
2
K8G1
SCL_IN
(IC301 4P)
A15
A13
V
63
133
194
248
IC301
PW164-10RK
(IC5101 65P)
(IC5101 45P)
D8
17
RB851
R1EA1034G
;R1A41034G
R871
1/16GJ
10C
A14
W
62
132
193
247
227
S3.3V1
18
(IC1806 18P)
(IC1806 17P)
Y
61
131
192
PORTB3
R1809
1/16GZ0C
FAN_CONT2
S5V
<TOP_VIEW>
GGO2
19
3
IC301_57
57
(IC5101 64P)
(IC5101 46P)
20
5
DBO7
56
32
GPENSOG
R1812
X
MP6PA-04
RAMWE
55
ICE
PF_LAMPDOWN
(IC1808 6P)
K8F5
5
K8F6
6
K
R2893
1/16GJ
10KC
D2891
1SS355
R332
1/16GJ
10KC
3L_EN
(IC851 861)
(IC6101 56P)
VFIELD
(IC5101 49P)
VFIELD_SW
(IC1804 14P)
DIGITAL
RGB
MATRIX
(IC1601)
6
7
VHS
CTS/V
IC301_56
54
VVS
(K50B)
RTS5
DBO5
53
GBO1
GBO4
GBO6
GBE0
(IC321 1P)
PW_VFIELD
GBO0
(IC6101)
GBO2
GBO3
(IC5101 52P)
VVS
(IC5101 53P)
VHS
CB_SW
CR_SW
D7
52
(IC6101)
(K50A)
IC301_189
51
(IC301)
IC1809
TC74LCX541FT
S-SW
DBO6
50
GHS
DIGITAL
RGB
MATRIX
R1808
1/16GZ0C
17
6
SDA
R359
1/16GJ
10KC
E
PF_LAMPDOWN
(IC2881 6P)
3.4V 1
5.3V 2
0V 3
0V 4
0V
5
3.4V
6
3.4V 7
3.4V 8
3.4V 9
0V 10
D6
49
33
GGE2
RB1802
R1EA1034G
;R1A41034G
R1841
1/16GJ
10KC
D5
48
GBE6
R1842
1/16GJ
10KC
D4
47
R1848
1/16GZ
0C
K
D3
D2
D1
D0
A1
A2
A3
A4
46
ADCDE
R314
1/16GZ0C
(IC201 28P)
(IC6101 113P)
18
SCL
4 VSS
IC351_4
GGE3
GGE5
GGE6
R316
1/16GZ0C
K12
45
34
GGE7
GRO0
(IC201 55P)
(IC6101 48P)
R1844
1/16GZ
0C
R1846
X
(KEW SW)
DRE0
GRO7
GRE0
GRO1
GRO2
GRO3
GRO4
(IC6101)
K11
44
GVS
(IC6101 103P)
20
43
35
GRE7
GRE6
GRE5
GRE3
GRE2
GRE1
GRE4
GRO6
GRO5
TPDVS2
J30A
00102
GVS
R1807
1/16GJ
10KC
CS1
42
S2.5V
IC1808
TC74LCX541FT
(K8C)
DRE2
R311
3.4V 1
3.4V 2
3.4V 3
3.4V 4
3.4V 5
3.4V 6
3.4V 7
0.1V 8
0.1V 9
0V 10
41
36
DRE3
(IC2200)
(IC6101 108P)
J
40
RB302
R1EA1004G
;R1A41004G
S3.3V1
IC1807_16
R1847
X
(IC301 65P)
DRE4
IC1807_17
GHS
R1843
1/16GJ
10KC
39
DRE5
DIGITAL
RGB
MATRIX
480I_SW
C1853
10KZ1U
GQFY
RB1801
R1EA1034G
;R1A41034G
11
(IC431 2P IC471 58P)
INTR
(IC301 142PIN)
DRE6
FAN_CONT1
(IC431 3P IC471 59P)
FAN_CONT1
SCLK5
1
IC1806_19
IC1851
M51206FP
1
2
PORTB0
C1852
10KZ1U
GQFY
R1854
1/16GJ
20KC
3
DGE0
D1851
X
R1853
1/16GJ
100C
4
S3.3V1
DIGITAL
VIDEO
DECODER
(IC5101)
8
R367
1/16GJ
10KC
PORTB3
I
5
DGE1
(IC5282 5P)
DRE7
CS0_B
R1852
1/16GJ
12KC
6
7
PORTB4
10
12
8
PORTB1
(K3D)
LAMP_BST-SW
(Q1822)
SCL_IN
9
9
PORTB7
PORTB6
D15
S3.3V1
3.4V
0V
0V
0V
3.4V
0V
3.4V
3.3V
0V
3.4V
10
(IC2200)
IC1807
TC74LCX574FT
IO_RESET
SDATA5
D
CS0_B
H
11
M_SDA
M_SCL
D7
12
PORTA2
17
1/16GJ100C
K8G
J10EG050G
Q1822
2SK536P
R351
1/16GJ
10KC
BOOTWE
(K8Y)
18
4
13
PORTA6
19
3
D2
DGE2
Y/G_SW
S
14
PORTA7
2
D1
10
1
R349
1/16GJ
10KC
SCANMODE
(IC301 13PIN)
LAMP_POW
D0
3.4V
0V
0V
3.4V
3.4V
0V
3.4V
0V
0V
3.4V
15
IO_RESET
(IC1803)
20
16
MOUSE1
1
17
PORTA4
IO_RESET
18
R329
1/16GJ
10KC
S5V
R371
1/16GJ
10C
PORTB1
S3.3V1
MAIN BOARD
(IC301 147PIN)
Q371
AH
5V_SW
(K3D)(IC451)
(IC3801 19P)
G
1/16GJ100C
DGE3
R1884
1/16GJ
10KC
G
19
IC301_55
11
(IC5101 27P)
IC301_125
12
(IC321 ,IC5201)
IC301_188
9
10
D15
VFIELD_SW
VHDREN
RB304
R1EA1004G
;R1A41004G
PORTA5
13
RB306
R1EA1004G
;R1A41004G
PORTB1
14
8
12
R302
1/16GJ
10KC
S
PORTB2
7
D14
IC301_47
D13
(IC5201)
R856
R857
TEMP.SENS IC
DTMB
(IC301 81PIN)
TPDHS
DTMB
IIC_SW
SCAN
CONVERTER
(IC301)
PC/AV_SW
3 A2
IC302
24LC16BT/SN-T
R346
1/16GJ
10KC
DRO0
15
7
R336
1/16GJ
10C
DTCLK
(IC301 6PIN)
R335
1/16GJ
10C
VCLKEN
16
6
9
S5VD
S3.3V1
S
J30A
00102
DEN
5
D12
(IC5281 16P)
DBE7
D11
(IC301)
S/CV_SW
DBE5
17
13
R301
1/16GJ
10KC
VDD 8
TEST
(IC301 5P)
TPDHS
J30A
00102
2 A1
(IC301 80P)
DBE6
4
TPDVS
(IC2200)
DBE4
D10
R1EA1004G
;R1A41004G
DBE3
18
R1957
1/16GZ
0C
(K8A)
DBE2
3
FANDRIVE_SW
DBE1
D9
3.4V
3.4V
3.4V
0V
0V
0V
0V
3.4V
0V
3.4V
DGE7
19
DBE0
20
2
DGE6
1
(IC2200)
DGE5
D8
R1803
1/16GZ
0C
R1802
1/16GJ
2.2KC
1 A0
IIC_SW
(IC301 148P)
TPDVS
RB307
DGE4
IO_RESET
F
Q1801
AH
R1801
1/16GJ
2.2KC
IC1804
TC74LCX574FT
(K5A K50B)
R340
1/16GJ
10KC
S3.3V1
C302
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
R343
1/16GJ
10KC
DBO3
MUTE
C301
16EM
10D
PTSTEN
(IC301 127PIN)
IC301_242
R1955
1/16GJ
100C
R1810
1/16GJ
820C
(IC301 137P)
D/A
CONVERTER
IC2200
R1953
1/16GJ
10KC
IC301_54
R1815
1/16GJ
820C
3.4V
CLK 5
IC301_187
4 REF
S5V
DBO0
DBO1
DGO7
DBO2
DBO4
LAMP_REP_LED
CS0_A
(IC301)
6
IC301_123
SD
GND
IC301_52
11
3
IC301_240
12
7
IC301_122
13
9
8
S1
IC301_51
8
10
X2
2 VDD
IC301_185
D7
1 X1
READY_LED
DGO4
DGO1
DGO2
DGO3
DGO5
DGO6
D6
TEMP_LED
A5
14
IC301_121
15
7
R1952
1/16GJ
10KC
IC301_50
6
D5
C1951
KZ0.01
GQFY
POW_LED
S3.3V1
IC1951
ER-ICS502MT
S3.3V1
IC301_120
D4
(IC301)
(KEW SW)
K03
IC301_49
16
K02
IC301_183
5
K01
IC301_238
D3
MEMORY
S3.3V1
DRO6
DRO5
DRO4
DRO3
DGO0
DRO7
17
14
8
(IC431 1P)
DAC_ST5
TEMP BOARD
"K8H"
D1
49
V10B4470G
DHS
18
4
15
7
(IC1807 18P)
CTS33
D2
X1951
3.4V
3.3V
3.3V
0.1V
3.4V
0V
3.4V
0V
0V
IC301_48
3
D2
6
1/16GJ100C
C
(IC471 57P)
IRM_ST5
1/16GZ0C
R854
45
50
IC301_119
D1
16
1/16GJ100C
R851
1/16GJ
10KC
D8
R1965
1/16GJ
10KC
DRO2
DRO1
19
5
R853
R872
D9
DVS
2
17
R852
1/16GJ
10KC
D11
41
43
IC811
IDT71V016S15PHTR
(IC6101 ,IC2200)
D0
18
4
1/16GJ100C
R868
FAN_CONT1_5
(IC1806 12P)
R825
1/16GZ
0C
D3
DCLK
E
20
19
3
IC851_5
39
R1995
1/16GJ
47C
DCKEXT
1
A6
(IC1806 14P)
4
DVS (IC3321 2P)
DHS (IC3321 4P)
IO_RESET
20
2
D14
33
D4
C1966
25KZ0.1
GQFY
1
R1963
1/16GZ
0C
IC1803
TC74LCX574FT
1
IRM_STLOBE
IO_RESET
(IC301 78P)
R1851
1/16GJ
10KC
(IC301 66P)
(IC1806 16P)
47
12
ROMOE
C851
25KZ0.1
GQFY
D7
13
9
(IC301 77P)
(IC301 136P)
(K8A)
14
PLL
BOOTWE
ROMWE
S5VD
D15
31
2
15
IC851
MC74HCT244ADT
HD74HCT244TV
SN74HCT244PWR
D5
3.4V CS0_B
2
29
37
16
6
4
C1991
25KZ0.1
GQFY
27
5
3
5
7
D
1
17
8
VCC
2
CS0_A
R1833
1/16GZ
0C
1
C1965
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C1801
16EM
10D
3.4V
R1992
1/16GJ10C
IC1991
TC7SZ125FU
1/16GZ0C
(IC401 ,K8A)
1.4V
0V
A1
(IC301 133P)
IC1802
TC7W32FU(TE12L)
IC1801
TC7SH04FU-(TE85L)
SN74AHC1G04HDCKR
CS0
IC1961
AV9155C
4
R1996
1/16GZ
0C
R827
25
(IC401 ,K8A)
(IC301 135P)
C1802
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1966
1/16GJ
10KC
D14
18
R1960
1/16GJ
6.8KC
R826
A18
1/16GZ0C
PSCL
C1967
X
D15
3
S3.3V1
RAMOE
(IC301 67P)
BHEN
(IC301 134P)
A0
19
A8
2
R1994
1/16GZ
0C
A7
C1964
CJ15
CGQY
20
A6
1
X1961
V10B4140G
(IC301)
R1969
1/16GJ
10KC
A13
A14
A15
A16
K14
C
ICE
D8
SW6809
S10B
3530G
D11
SW6804
S10B
3530G
D9
S3.3V1
(IC301)
S3.3V1
C1963
25KZ0.1
GQFY
D12
K13
C1962
4EM
470D
PSDA
C1961
25KZ0.1
GQFY
A19
23
R808
1/16GZ
0C
SW6808
S10B
3530G
L1961
L2A7
3R3MG
R803
1/16GJ
10KC
R806
1/16GZ
0C
R807
1/16GJ
10KC
SW6803
S10B
3530G
(IC1808)
A16
R804
X
R373
1/16GJ
2.2KC
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
TP511
VR503
5V
R528
7.3V
1/16
GZ0C
R1510
1/16GJ
560C
C509
16EM
220D
15.5V
R_IROMURA
STB
10
12
DIN
TTL
VCC
GND
R500
1/16GZ
0C
DCLK (IC301 118P)
0V 2
C2207
25KZ0.1
GQFY
DRE1
DRE0
G4
IC301
N.C.
R2
R3
R4
N.C.
D. C
G LK
N
D
44
VCCA
B1 N
(M .C.
SB
)
B3
B2
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
R2222
1/16GJ
1KC
43
GOUT
42
VCCA
41
BOUT
40
V+
1
0V 2
+
35
4.2V
4
IN
4.2V
I-IN
4.2V
OUT
V+
0V 2
39
38
R2232
1/16GJ
1KC
R2203
1/16GJ
3.3KC
37
R2223
1/16GJ
390C
4.2V
+
I-IN
4.2V
36
C2201
25KZ0.1
GQFY
DBE4
5
6
R509
1/16
GZ0C
7
8
9
20
21
TP501R
19
R513
1/16GJ
1KC
17
C1507
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1501
1/16GZ
0C
C1501
25KZ0.1
GQFY
VCK
K33R46
ENB
K33R44
R1504
1/16
GJ120C
RMCLKI
R1522
1/16
GJ
10KC
R2238
1/16GJ
75C
57
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
62
C2231
CC10
CGQY
63
64
R1507
1/16
GZ0C
R-SAMPLE
& HOLD-2
2
3
4
5
6
R1509
1/16
GZ0C
PRG
K33R36
RGT
K33R34
RVSIG12
K33R30
RVSIG11
K33R28
K33R24
RVSIG8
K33R22
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
RVSIG7
K33R20
RVSIG6
K33R18
43
28
PVCC
26
GND
25
GND
24
PGND
23
22
20
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
R1511
1/16
GZ0C
R1529
1/16GZ
0C
N.C
SHOUT4
R1512
R1516
1/16
GZ0C
1/16
GZ0C
37
36
35
34
K33R16
RVSIG4
K33R14
RVSIG3
K33R12
RVSIG2
K33R10
RVSIG1
K33R8
COMPONENT
BOARD
"K3R"
33
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
C
11
10
9
8
6
PSIG
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
K33R4
K33R2
5
4
3
2
1
K33R
J10DT600G
C1503
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C1504
16EM
10D
TE33R
J30A
00102
21
19
18
17
D
R1517
1/16GZ
0C
C1404
16EM
100D
C1403
25KZ
0.1GQFY
R1409
1/8GZ000
15.5V
L1401
L2A7
3R3MG
IC1401
LT1206CS8
R1514
1/16GJ
10KC
ENB
39
38
L1502
L2A9R47MG
5V
DBE1
RVSIG5
RB503
29
27
41
40
7
30
N.C.
K33R26
RVSIG9
RB502
B
45
44
32
31
SHOUT3
CXA3512RM
60 CLKOUTX
61 N.C.
C1502
KK0.01
GQBY
RHST
RGT
32
SHOUT2
N.C.
58 DLYCTR
59 CLKOUT
K33R38
RVSIG10
R1519
1/16GJ
10KC
IC1501
IC1501
CXA3512R
56 GND
57 GND
R1505
1/16GJ
120C
R1506
1/16GZ
0C
RHCLK1
RHST
1/16
GZ0C
52 VDD
53 DGND
K33R40
RHCLK1
7.3V
J30A
00102
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
54 MCLK
55 MCLKX
R1527
1/16GZ
0C
RMCLK
R1523
1/16GJ
10KC
51 CAL_I
L1501
L2A7
3R3MG
TP502R
TP501R
RHCLK2
RHCLK2
15.5V
R1521
1/16
GZ0C
49 CAL_R
50 CAL_O
R1503
1/16
GJ82C
R1502
1/16
GJ82C
C2202
25TM
1FD
DBE2
K33R48
R1518
R1525
1/16
GJ10KC
R516
1/16
GZ0C
TP502R
J30A
00102
RB501
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
L1505
L2A9R47MG
C1509
16EM
220D
R1526
1/16
GJ10KC
C1508
6.3EM
330D
C1500
6.3EM
330D
TE2201
J30A
00102
R2202
1/16GJ
10KC
TP1501
J30A
00102
R1524
1/16
GZ0C
1
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C1511
25KZ0.1
GQFY
7.3V
TP2221G
TP2231B
7.3V
TP1501
18
R517
1/16GZ
0C
R512
1/16
GZ0C
K33R50
VST
ENB
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
R1591
1/16GZ
0C
C506
16EM
10D
5V
R511
1/16
GZ0C
DWN
VCK
R2201
1/16GF
8.2KC
C2203
DBE3
4
K33R52
59
58
42
C2221
CC10
CGQY
TP2231B
J30A
00102
R2233
1/16GJ
390C
4
IN
3
N.C
SHOUT4
22
R2237
1/16GJ
75C
C2232
25KZ0.1
GQFY
9.1V
V-
2
23
3.9V
5
3
4.2V
1
PGND
C505
25KZ0.1
GQFY
3.9V
IC2231
AD8057ART
C2204
25KZ0.1
GQFY
DBE6
DBE5
TP2221G
J30A
00102
9.1V 25KZ0.1
GQFY
-
3
62
C2211
CC10
CGQY
5
1
A.GND
VROUT2
R2213
1/16GJ
390C
V-
CLKOUTX
N.C.
R2236
1/16GJ
75C
C2222
OUT
45
IN UT1
VR O
VR
25
4.2V
46
ROUT
I-IN
60
TP2211R
5
4
IN
4.2V
9.1V
-
3
CLKOUT
R507
1/16
GZ0C
C2212
25KZ0.1
GQFY
IC2221
AD8057ART
47
A.GND
D/A
CONVERTER
N.C.
DBE7
48
COMP
G8(LSB)
C2206
6.3EM
220WM
VCCA
VCCD
21
R2212
1/16GJ
1KC
59
61
5VZ
VST
.
.C T5 . T6
U C U
O N. O
SH
DGE0
D
1
24
R-SAMPLE
& HOLD-1
K33R54
DWN
SH
G7
24
2
GND
58
GND
DLYCTR
3.9V
V-
+
25
26
N
20
23
3
A.GND
DGE1
22
4
N.C.
G6
N.C.
G5
19
5
B8(LSB)
18
DGE2
B7
DGE3
B6
17
DGE4
6
IC2200
MB40988PFQ-G
-MSBND
B5
G3
B4
G2
16
)
SB
15
DGE5
7
R1(MSB)
M
1(
DGE6
8
R5
R8(LSB)
G
14
9
R6
10
.
.C
N .C.
N
13
DGE7
11
R7
12
V+
GND
PVCC
.
.C T5 . T6
U C U
O N. O
SH
1
OUT
GND
27
SH
DRE2
SCAN
CONVERTER
(IC301)
4.2V
1/16GJ
47C
MCLKX
56
N.C.
N
R2207
55
64
TP2211R
J30A
00102
IC2211
AD8057ART
DRE4
MCLK
63
9V
L2204
L2A7
3R3MG
54
57
C504
KK0.01
GQBY
DRE7
DRE3
R506
1/16
GZ0C
TTL/ECL
LEVEL
SHIFT
5V_DV
DRE5
C503
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
11
B
DRE6
C510
6.3EM
330D
SISID_O
G FRP
VCCN
T
VCOM
SH OMOF
N OU OUF
.C T T
1
9
R3516
1/16GZ
0C
2
R
IO
D CIR
IR
D .
.C W
N BS
F
C
D
13
N.C.
N.C.
PCG
PCG
L502
L2A9R47MG
GND
AIN
(IC3321)
SID_R
8
AIN_CLK
K33R58
56
28
SHOUT3
ENB
14
IC501
CXA3512R
GND
CIN
DGND
RCOM
29
SID_IN
BIN
53
60
30
SHOUT2
N.C.
GND
7
VDD
STATUS
15
VCC2
52
SH_IN
N.C.
VCC
VCC
51
31
GND
6
L501
L2A7
3R3MG
C1411
6.3EM
220WM
32
N.C.
R3518
1/16GZ
0C
C515
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
POSCTR1
DOUT 16
CAL_O
CAL_I
C514
16EM
22D
L1411
L2A7
3R3MG
POSCTR2
DOUT 17
AOUT
CAL_R
50
SISID_O
G FRP
VCCN
T
VCOM
SH OMOF
N OU OUF
.C T T
1
AOUT
5
49
5V
.
.C
N
VIDEO_I
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_O
1/16GZ
0C
R3509
R504
1/16GJ
1KC
R518
1/16
GJ10C
2
R
IO
D CIR
IR
D .
C
. W
N BS
F
C
D
4
(IC501 ,IC1501)
RMCLKI
R503
1/16GJ
2.2KC
A
VR502
R521
1/16GJ
1KC
N.C.
RMCLK
(IC561 ,IC1561)
GND
BMCLK
SID_R
COUT 18
C502
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
ENB
N.C.
X
GND
3
1/16GZ
0C
1/16GZ
0C
R3508
VR501
SID_IN
BMCLKI
R3507
20
GND
COUT 19
STATUS
BOUT
SH_IN
N.C.
VCC
BOUT
2
VR502
R3L5
103SG
R524
1/16GJ
10KC
R526
1/16
GZ0C
N.C.
1
GMCLK
R519
1/16GJ
1KC
C507
KZ0.01
GQFY
VR503
R3L5
103SG
R1594
1/16GJ
10KC
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
R505
1/16GZ
0C
POSCTR1
GMCLKI
(IC531 ,IC1531)
R510
1/16GZ
0C
POSCTR2
R502
1/16GJ
1.8KC
.
.C
N
VIDEO_I
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_O
ECL
VCC
5V
R3517
1/16GZ
0C
C511
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C501
CJ33
CGQY
R501
1/16GZ0C
R523
1/16GJ
12KC
C508
KZ
0.01
GQFY
R520
1/16
GJ10KC
F/ CL CL
H
PP _C KIN KIN
N X
T
PR GP
G OL
N.C.
N.C.
IC3501
MC10H351ML1
R3506
1/16GZ
0C
TP511
J30A
00102
R1593
1/16GJ
8.2KC
2.6V
C3501
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C522
KK1000
GQBY
GND
TP501
J30A
00102
C3504
6.3EM
220WM
C3502
6.3EM
220WM
5VD
C
C523
CJ390
CGQY
TP501
A
FRP
L506
L2A9R47MG
F/ CL CL
H
PP _C KIN KIN
N X
T
PR GP
G OL
N.C.
N.C.
R1500
1/16GJ
100C
DBE0
L2202
L2A7
3R3MG
R1530
1/16GJ
100C
TP541
R559
1/16
GZ0C
5VD
R1540
1/16GJ
560C
FRPI
SI SID_O
G FRP
VCCN
T
VCOM
SH OMOF
N OU OUF
.C T T
1
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
25KZ0.1
GQFY
PRG
C401
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
IC411
TC7SH04FU-(TE85L)
SN74AHC1G04HDCKR
I
R406
1/16GJ
1KC
C402
KZ
0.01
GQFY
1
B
VR402
R3L5
103SG
R407
1/16GJ
1KC
R1560
1/16GJ
100C
R404
1/16GF
24KC
TP571
R589
1/16
GZ0C
R1570
1/16GJ
560C
VR563
C583
KK1000
GQBY
C584
CJ390
CGQY
C404
KZ
0.01
GQFY
TP561
V33
R592
TP561
TP571
J30A
00102
R561
1/16GZ
0C
VR563
R3L5
103SG
R587
1/16
GZ0C
R580
1/16GJ
10KC
C567
KZ0.01
GQFY
5.0V
10KZ1UGQFY
:10KZ1UMAFY
C478
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C476
6.3VM
100E
C564
KK0.01
GQBY
C474
25KZ
0.1GQFY
C471
6.3EM
220WM
R474
1/16
GJ
10KC
R471
1/16
GJ1KC
C472
25KZ0.1
GQFY
62
64
R568
1/16GZ
0C
C473
16EM10D
SISID_O
G FRP
VCCN
T
VCOM
SH OMOF
N OU OUF
.C T T
1
SID_R
GND
B-SAMPLE
& HOLD-1
60 CLKOUTX
61 N.C.
63
0V C475
C470
6.3EM
220WM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
DVDD2
SCTR
SCLK
SDAT
HSYNC
XCLR
CKI1
DVSS3
SCLK
NC
D
AO VS
U S2
T0
AVDD
45
VRH
44
RGT
AOUT1
43
7
CTRL
DACI1
42
8
TEST0
DACO1 41
9
TEST1
VRL
WHITE
UNIFORMITY
CORRECTION
12
DOUT00
DOUT01
DOUT02
DOUT03
15
1/16GZ
0C
R477
1/16
GJ390C
C574
16EM
22D
SID_R
SID_IN
GND
GND
SI SID_O
G FRP
VCCN
T
VCOM
SH OMOF
N OU OUF
.C T T
1
24
23
N.C
SHOUT4
22
20
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
N.C.
2
R
IO
D CIR
IR
D .
.C SW
N B
F
C
D
7
ENB
6
39
37
36
35
34
K33G22
K33G20
GVSIG6
K33G18
GVSIG5
K33G16
GVSIG4
K33G14
GVSIG3
K33G12
GVSIG2
K33G10
GVSIG1
K33G8
COMPONENT
BOARD
"K3G"
33
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
ZPSIG
K33G4
K33G2
G
5
4
3
2
1
C1533
25KZ0.1
GQFY
J10DT600G
C1534
16EM
10D
TE33G
J30A
00102
21
19
18
17
H
R573
1/16GJ
1KC
DVDD1
34
33
25
GND
24
PGND
23
N.C
SHOUT4
22
C565
25KZ0.1
GQFY
TP1451
J30A
00102
3
+
6
4
5
C1452
KK0.01
GQBY
7.3V
PSIG
DRIVE
I
TP505B
20
19
TP505B
BCOM
K33B58
PCG
K33B54
5VZ
K33B52
DWN
K33B50
VST
K33B48
VCK
K33B46
ENB
K33B44
17
7.3V
R1584
1/16GZ
0C
5V
RB561
C1569
25KZ0.1
GQFY
TP1571
J30A
00102
C1568
16EM
100D
58
R1586
1/16GJ
10KC
R577
1/16GZ
0C
C1566
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C1561
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1563
1/16GJ
82C
R1562
1/16GJ
82C
R1585
1/16GJ
10KC
R1582
1/16GJ
10KC
IC1561
CXA3512R
55 MCLKX
56 GND
57 GND
58 DLYCTR
M
64
R1590
1/16GZ
0C
2
3
4
R1569
1/16GZ
0C
BHST
K33B36
RGT
K33B34
26
25
GND
24
PGND
23
N.C
SHOUT4
22
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
R1576
1/16GZ
0C
ENB
11
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
K33B30
BVSIG11
K33B28
BVSIG10
K33B26
BVSIG9
K33B24
BVSIG8
K33B22
BVSIG7
K33B20
BVSIG6
K33B18
BVSIG5
K33B16
BVSIG4
K33B14
BVSIG3
K33B12
BVSIG2
K33B10
BVSIG1
K33B8
PSIG
K33B4
K33B2
L1562
L2A9R47MG
46
44
40
38
36
34
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
57
55
53
51
49
47
45
43
41
39
37
COMPONENT
BOARD
"K3B"
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
J
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
8
C1563
25KZ0.1
GQFY
4
2
K
5
3
1
K33B
J10DT600G
C1564
16EM
10D
TE33B
21
J30A
00102
20
19
18
17
MAIN BOARD
R1577
1/16GZ
0C
R1572
1/16
GZ0C
48
59
7
29
GND
50
6
RB563
N.C.
7
BVSIG12
30
PVCC
6
R1571
1/16GZ
0C
31
27
52
32
32
28
5
R1574
10
K33B38
RGT
7.3V
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
SHOUT3
.
6
.C 5
N UT .C. UT
O N O
SH SH
B-SAMPLE
& HOLD-2
60 CLKOUTX
61 N.C.
62
7.3V
J30A
00102
RB562
R1579
1/16GJ
10KC
SHOUT2
N.C.
51 CAL_I
59 CLKOUT
K33B40
BHCLK1
BHCLK1
TP506B
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
53 DGND
54 MCLK
R1567
1/16GZ
0C
R1583
1/16GJ
10KC
49 CAL_R
50 CAL_O
BHCLK2
BHCLK2
R1578
1/16GZ
0C
R1581
1/16GZ
0C
52 VDD
R1565
1/16GJ
120C
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
L1565
L2A9R47MG
J30A
00102
54
42
15.5V
C1567
6.3EM
330D
R578
1/16GZ
0C
ENB
BHST
TP1571
18
R1564
1/16GJ
120C
9
7
21
R1587
1/16GZ
0C
8
-
TP506B
C1562
KK0.01
GQBY
7
2
VCK
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
R575
1/16GZ
0C
TP1451
8
C566
16EM
10D
R1566
1/16GZ
0C
6
1
VST
C483
25KZ
0.1GQFY
5
L1451
L2A7
3R3MG
PCG
L1561
L2A7
3R3MG
BMCLKI
R1452
1/16GJ
560C
1/16
GJ1KC
DWN
C1560
6.3EM
330D
BMCLK
5V
C1454
16EM
100D
L562
L2A9R47MG
G_IROMURA
37
35
C1453
25KZ0.1
GQFY
56
R1561
1/16GZ
0C
B_IROMURA
R1548
1/16GZ
0C
60
R479
1/16
GJ1KC
R481
1/16GJ
1.5KC
R1543
1/16
GZ0C
R1542
1/16GZ
0C
C575
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
PRG
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
K33G24
F
41
38
IC1451
LT1206CS8
R478
1/16GJ
1KC
L
4
25
GND
VR562
1
3
GND
PGND
5
43
K33G
C1451
CJ100
CGQY
63
2
K33G26
GVSIG9
L1532
L2A9R47MG
R1451
1/16GJ1KC
VR562
R3L5
103SG
C484
25KZ
0.1GQFY
MP6AA-05
26
R581
1/16GJ
1KC
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
1
27
R1547
1/16GZ
0C
R_IROMURA
DACO2 36
DVSS1
LI
16
DACI2
38
O
13
14
AOUT2
DACKO
KI
C
DA
11
GVAIG10
GVSIG8
GVSIG7
R1453
1/16GJ2.2C
40
AVSS 39
DOUT25
10 TEST2
DOUT23
R491
1/16GZ
0C
47
6
DOUT24
K
K33G28
45
40
32
28
GND
R572
1/16GZ
0C
R590
DWN
DOUT20
RGT
48
5
DOUT21
1/16GZ0C
R571
1/16GZ
0C
DACO0 46
IC471
CXD3503R
DOUT22
R482
DWN
HST
DVDD0
1/16GZ0C
VST
4
DOUT13
R483
3
DOUT14
GHST
DACI0
DOUT15
1/16GZ0C
VST
NC
DOUT11
(IC3331 3P)
R484
2
DOUT12
(IC3331 5P)
1/16GZ0C
D D
O O
DV U U
SS T05 T04
0
DOUT10
(IC3391 5P)
(IC3391 16P)
R486
NC
K33G30
GVSIG11
29
26
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
1
GVSIG12
ZRGT
30
27
2
R
IO
D CIR
IR
D .
C
. W
N BS
F
C
D
POWER_FAIL
(IC1808 6P)
5
R492
1/16
GZ0C
R476
1/16GZ
0C
J30A
00102
31
N.C.
N.C.
IRM_CLK
59 CLKOUT
ENB
57 GND
58 DLYCTR
R473
1/16GZ
0C
J30A
00102
7.3V
47
44
32
PVCC
.
.C T5 . T6
U C U
O N. O
SH
4
55 MCLKX
56 GND
SH
3
R567
1/16GZ
0C
SHOUT3
N
2
1.1V
6VD
5.7V
1
C560
6.3EM
330D
IRM_HSYNC
D471
1SS355
R470
1/16GZ
0C
C563
25KZ0.1
GQFY
F/ CL CL
H
PP _C KIN KIN
N X
T
PR GP
G OL
N.C.
N.C.
(IC3321)
J
R493
1/16GZ
0C
R494
1/16GZ
0C
(IC3391 4P)
53 DGND
54 MCLK
GND
SDATA5
K33G34
49
46
7
R582
1/16GJ
1KC
R579
1/16GJ
10C
SHOUT2
N.C.
IC561
CXA3512R
52 VDD
STATUS
(IC851 14P)
(IC3301 34P 54P)
R560
1/16GZ
0C
GND
51 CAL_I
IRM_ST5
SCLK5
49 CAL_R
50 CAL_O
SID_IN
C562
25KZ0.1
GQFY
GND
R564
1/16GJ
1KC
N.C.
X
POSCTR1
VR561
VR402
L561
L2A7
3R3MG
IC472
L88MS05TL-TL
K33G36
ZRGT
GHST
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
15.5V
R585
1/16GJ
10KC
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
R566
1/16GZ
0C
POSCTR2
DIRC1
R565
1/16GZ
0C
.
.C
N
VIDEO_I
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_O
R562
1/16GJ
1.8KC
R563
1/16GJ
2.2KC
(IC851 18P)
GHST
51
48
5V
R584
1/16GJ
12KC
C568
KZ0.01
GQFY
7.3V
SH_IN
N.C.
VCC
5V
POS1
4
(IC851 12P)
TP504G
RB533
L566
L2A9R47MG
C569
16EM
220D
1/16GJ
8.2KC
R593
1/16GJ
1KC
J30A
00102
2.6V
POS2
C417
25KZ0.1
GQFY
VR401
GHCLK2
K33G38
53
50
6
FRP
C571
25KZ0.1
GQFY
B_IROMURA
SID
GND
4
ENB
1
3
3
R1541
1/16GZ
0C
R1545
DLY_CNT
5
2
R1558
1/16GZ
0C
DIRC
VCC
64
PRG
5V_DV
2
62
R1538
1/16GZ
0C
R403
1/16GF
51KC
R402
1/16GJ
1KC
R457
X
C403
KZ
0.01
GQFY
60 CLKOUTX
61 N.C.
C1532
KK0.01
GQBY
R421
1/16GZ0C
R422
1/16GZ
0C
VR401
R3L5
103SG
G-SAMPLE
& HOLD-2
59 CLKOUT
G
R405
1/16GJ
1KC
R401
1/16GJ
1KC
K33G40
55
52
C406
9 10 11 12 13
R456
X
GHCLK1
RB532
29
28
SID_R
8
ENB
K33G44
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
30
N.C.
SISID_O
G FRP
VCCN
T
VCOM
SH OMOF
N OU OUF
.C T T
1
7
PGND 15
BOUT 14
K33G46
31
PVCC
2
R
IO
D CIR
IR
D .
.C SW
N B
F
C
D
6
57 GND
58 DLYCTR
R1537
1/16GZ
0C
ENB
V33
5
C405
6.3EM
220WM
GOUT 16
57
54
32
SHOUT3
N.C.
DATEST
4
R1536
1/16GJ
120C
R1534
1/16GJ
120C
SID_IN
SIDOUT
3
55 MCLKX
56 GND
R
R419
1/16GZ
0C
SHOUT2
N.C.
IC1531
CXA3512R
53 DGND
54 MCLK
63
ROUT 18
PVCC 17
PRGLEV
BLKLIM
GAMOFF
INV_CNT
2
PRGPLS
DIR_CNT
1
SIDLEV
DLY_CNT
52 SDA
POS_CNT2
51 SCL
R424
1/16GJ
10C
POS_CNT1
50 GAMB_B2G
51 CAL_I
R1559
1/16GZ
0C
GMCLKI
C407
6.3EM
220WM
49 CAL_R
50 CAL_O
52 VDD
R461
1/16GZ0C
C435
16KK0.1GQBY
:16KK0.1MABY
K33G48
VCK
GHCLK2
R1551
1/16GJ
10KC
.
.C T5 . T6
U C U
O N. O
SH
GND 19
R1533
1/16GJ
82C
R1532
1/16
GJ82C
L1531
L2A7
3R3MG
R463
1/16GZ0C
TP401_A
R1553
1/16GJ
10KC
STATUS
22
C1531
25KZ0.1
GQFY
GND
RIN
VCC 21
CLPPLS 20
LCD
DRIVE
R1531
1/16
GZ0C
GMCLK
C408
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1554
1/16GJ
10KC
R1556
1/16
GJ10KC
GND
23
VST
15.5V
1/16
GZ0C
GND
24
ATT
DWN
K33G50
GHCLK1
R1549
R1552
1/16
GZ0C
GND
AMPB
AMPG
BBIAS
GBIAS
RBIAS
AMPR
GIN
59
58
42
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
C436
16KK0.1GQBY
:16KK0.1MABY
47 GAMB_B1G
49 GAMG_B2G
R547
1/16
GZ0C
R411
1/16GJ
39KC
TP402_A
K33G52
ENB
L1535
L2A9R47MG
C1538
16EM
220D
1/16
GZ0C
C1536
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R1557
1/16
GJ10KC
C1530
6.3EM
330D
R420
1/16GJ
1KC
J30A
00102
R1555
C1537
6.3EM
330D
26
BIN
46 GAMG_B1G
48 GAMR_B2G
R423
1/16GJ
10C
5V
C437
16KK0.1GQBY
:16KK0.1MABY
CLPLEV 25
IC401
CXA2111R
R544
1/16GJ
1KC
1/16GZ
0C
17
STATUS
C416
C415
C409
25KZ0.1
GQFY
TP403_A
R543
1/16
GZ0C
C1539
25KZ0.1
GQFY
TP1531
R548
1/16GZ
0C
R542
1/16GZ
0C
R553
R466
1/16GZ0C
7.3V
18
GND
SID_R
GND
SID_IN
7
RB531
R1HA0R04G
;R1EA0R04G
19
SH
45 GAMR_B1G
(IC3391 3P)
6
TP1531
20
N
GAMR_WHG
GAMG_WHG
44 GAMB_WHG
43
PSDA
5
TP503G
21
N.C.
42
PSCL
22
GND
R409
1/16GJ
68KC
39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27
41
(Q1821)
C414
AH
40
(Q1822)
N.C
SHOUT4
TP504G
TP503G
7.3V
C534
16EM
10D
N.C.
R412
1/16GJ
56KC
R410
1/16GZ
0C
R454
1/16GJ
4.7KC
H
C413
Q451
C412
C411
R453
1/16GJ
10KC
GAMR_WHP
5V_SW
4
23
C535
25KZ0.1
GQFY
SH_IN
N.C.
VCC
C454
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C452
6.3EM220WM
P P
B2 B2 P
B_ G_ B2
_ P
AM M
G GA MR B1
A _
G B
AM
G
GAMG_B1P
GAMR_B1P
GAMB_WHP
GAMG_WHP
(IC301 146P)
3
R541
1/16GZ
0C
R452
1/16GJ
10KC
G
2
24
5V_DV
KZ0.01GQFY
C451
16EM
100D
GND
X
X
X
R418
R417
R416
1
C453
10KZ1UGQFY
:10KZ1UMAFY
C456
25KZ0.1
GQFY
SH_IN
N.C.
VCC
1/16GJ10KC
1/16GJ10KC
1/16GJ10KC
5.0V
R538
1/16
GZ0C
CLP2A
POWER_FAIL
(IC1808 6P)
5
GND
K33G54
5VZ
VCK
POSCTR2
S6V
4
25
PCG
VST
POSCTR1
3
64
(IC3331 12P)
L532
L2A9R47MG
SH_IN
N.C.
VCC
2
63
GND
.
.C T5 . T6
U C U
O N. O
SH
0V
1
5.6V
62
K33G58
DWN
26
PGND
SH
C450
16EM
100D
60 CLKOUTX
61 N.C.
C533
KK0.01
GQBY
D451
1SS355
1.1V
R451
1/16GZ
0C
G-SAMPLE
& HOLD-1
59 CLKOUT
29
27
N
IC451
L88MS05TL-TL
C431
16EM
100D
13
VCC
57 GND
58 DLYCTR
9V
14
VCC
R537
1/16GZ
0C
R1412
1/16GZ
0C
PCG
POSCTR1
VSS
1/16GJ12KC
E
56
POSCTR2
12
R442
KZ0.01GQFY
VSS
R434
1/16GZ
0C
KZ0.01GQFY
11
C432
KZ0.01
GQFY
C1402
25KZ0.1
GQFY
60
.
.C
N
VIDEO_I
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_O
15
R1404
1/16GZ
0C
5
30
N.C.
PVCC
6
+
4
RCOM
.
.C
N
VIDEO_I
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_O
16
NC
55 MCLKX
56 GND
3
PSIG
DRIVE
C544
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
C543
16EM
22D
F/ CL CL
H
PP _C KIN KIN
N X
T
PR GP
G OL
N.C.
N.C.
A01
NC
1/16GJ12KC
C540
6.3EM
330D
R1406
1/16GJ
4.7C
C1401
CJ100
CGQY
R552
1/16GJ
1KC
7
-
31
28
2
R
IO
D CIR
IR
D .
C
. W
N BS
F
C
D
A12
R443
C532
25KZ
0.1
GQFY
ENB
9
10
R530
1/16GZ
0C
1/16GJ12KC
R444
17
A02
1/16GJ10KC
KZ0.01GQFY
A11
R445
VR532
J30A
00102
7.3V
2
R1403
1/16GJ
1KC
VR532
R3L5
103SG
TP1401
8
32
SHOUT3
GND
18
STATUS
19
A03
IC531
CXA3512R
53 DGND
54 MCLK
GND
A04
A10
1/16GJ10KC
52 VDD
SHOUT2
N.C.
N.C.
A09
7
R446
51 CAL_I
POSCTR2
6
8
F
20
A05
KZ0.01GQFY
A08
49 CAL_R
50 CAL_O
L531
L2A7
3R3MG
KZ0.01GQFY
5
1/16GJ10KC
R447
R536
1/16GZ
0C
C530
25KZ
0.1GQFY
R551
1/16GJ
1KC
C536
KZ0.01
GQFY
R549
1/16
GJ10C
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
POSCTR1
21
C531
CJ27
CGQY
.
.C
N
VIDEO_I
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_O
22
A06
VR533
R3L5
103SG
R557
1/16
GZ0C
F/ CL CL
H
PP _C KIN KIN
N X
T
PR GP
G OL
N.C.
N.C.
NC
A07
1/16GJ6.8KC
DAC3
1/16GJ6.8KC
4
1/16GJ6.8KC
3
R534
1/16GJ
1KC
R533
1/16GJ
2.2KC
R441
23
C434
6.3EM
47D
R439
VDD
R535
1/16GZ
0C
VR531
X
5V_DV
24
VDD
R438
1/16GJ2.7KC
DAC2
L431
L2PD
3R3MG
R532
1/16GJ
1.8KC
VR533
R555
1/16GJ
10KC
1/16GJ1KC
R531
1/16GZ0C
5V
C537
KZ
0.01
GQFY
7.3V
1/16GJ
8.2KC
2.5V
R415
R433
2
C433
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R414
1/16GJ100C
DAC1
R413
R432
1
1/16GJ8.2KC
VOL_CONT
1/16GJ100C
1/16GJ8.2KC
(K5A)
1/16GJ100C
R431
1/16GJ8.2KC
SDATA5
(IC851 14P)
R430
R437
(IC851 12P)
SCLK5
R436
DAC_ST5
R435
(IC851 16P)
R595
C538
16EM
220D
F/ CL CL
H
PP _C KIN KIN
N X
T
PR GP
G OL
N.C.
N.C.
R594
TP531
J30A
00102
TP541
J30A
00102
R554
1/16GJ
12KC
N.C.
E
C552
KK1000
GQBY
C553
CJ390
CGQY
TP531
IC431
M62358FP
R1402
1/16GJ
2.2KC
15.5V
G_IROMURA
1/16GZ
0C
1
L536
L2A9R47MG
TP1401
R1408
R1401
1/16GZ
0C
5V
C539
25KZ0.1
GQFY
5V
1/16GJ
1KC
12
13
14
15
16
A7
A
A
5V
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
3
5
7
K8A3
C
9
11
K8A7
13
15
17
19
K8A11
21
23
25
27
29
31
K8A23
K8A19
K8A5
K8A17
33
35
37
39
41
43
K8A35
K8A31
K8A29
K8A25
45
47
49
51
53
55
K8A47
K8A43
K8A41
K8A37
57
K8A53
TP6602
J30A
00102
1
TP6602
K3C
J10EG
120G
9.0V
K3K1
12V2
FAN
PSCL
TP6603
K3L
J10EG
030G
C6612
16EM
100D
K3L1
J30A
00102
15.5V
12V
TP6603
FAN
FN905
12V3
6
7
K3C6
8
9
10 11 12
K3C10
K3C7
K3C9
1
K3D
J10EG130G
K3C12
K3C11
2
K3D1
3
4
K3D3
5
6
7
K3D5
8
9
K3D7
10 11 12 13
K3D9
K3D2
K3D11
K3D8
K3D13
K3D12
L1971
L2A7
3R3MG
6VD
R1975
1/4FJ
1VRH
K3L3
R1972
1/4FJ
1VRH
R1971
1/4FJ
1VRH
C6613
16EM
100D
C1971
16EM
100D
S-5V
D
C
R1974
1/4FJ
1.8VRH
R1973
1/4FJ
1.8VRH
S6V
S5V
Q6612
AH
R6621
1/16GJ
5.6KC
15.5V
C1973
6.3EM
220WM
D6613
DCB015P
D6612
DCB015P
POWER_FAIL
(IC1804 19P)
5
15.5V1
R6615
1/16GZ
0C
POWER_FAIL
S5V
4
K3C4
10.2V
K3L2
(IC1808 6P)
FCNT2
FANDRIVE_SW
(Q1822)
FCNT1
12V2
12V1
3
K3K3
59
K8A57
12V3
15.5V1
2
K3C2
K3C1
K3K2
K8A59
K8A55
K8A49
C6611
16EM
100D
K3K
J10EP
030G
FAN
FN903
60
J10DT600G
K8A1
12V1
K3J3
K8A
1
10.2V
K3J2
B
POWER
BOARD
"K6K"
POWER
POWER
BOARD
POWER"K6J"
TP6601
POWER_FAIL
10
J30A
00102
(IC1808 6P)
8
TP6601
R6617
1/16GJ
10KC
5V_SW
6
K3J1
R6612
1/16GJ
10KC
LAMP_BST-SW
4
R6611
1/16GJ
10KC
(IC301 146P)
2
FAN
FN901
COMPONENT
BOARD "K3A"
K8A6
K3J
J10EG
030G
(IC301 206P)
PSDA
(Q1821)
B
C1972
16EM
220D
POWER_FAIL
(IC1808 6P)
D1971
1SS355
D
R6622
1/16GZ
0C
R3373
1/16GJ
10C
C3381
25KZ0.1
GQFY
19
18
17
(IC471 60P)
GHCLK1
GHCLK2
R3372
1/16GJ
10C
16
15
14
R3386
1/16GJ
10C
13
12
E
11
IC3381
MC74ACT244DT
R2608
1GJ27
GND
(IC1808 6P)
POWER_FAIL
VCC
20
R3384
1/16GJ
10C
R3383
1/16GJ
10C
IRM_HSYNC
R3382
1/16GJ
10C
5VD
E
BHCLK1
BHCLK2
5V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R3381
1/16GJ
10C
6VD
1
RHCLK2
R3400
1/16GZ
0C
R2604
1GJ27
R2606
1GJ27
RHCLK1
IC3302
BA033FP-E2
R2603
1GJ27
10
R3371
1/16GJ
10C
D3301
1SS355
F
9
R2609
1GJ27
R3399
1/16GJ
10C
3.3V
3
2
C3301
6.3EM
220WM
C3306
6.3EM
220WM
VCC
1
R3392
1/16GJ
10C
PRG
(IC401 10P)
(IC501 531 561,2P)
G
VDD
VSS
C
KO
H 4
PB
H H C
PB PB
A
B
CKI4
RSTH
RHC1
RHC2
RENA
RENB
CKO5
VSS
VDD
GSTH
GHC1
GHC2
GENA
GENB
H
5
KI ST
B
63
C
62
S
VS
D
VD
60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41
61
BHC1
CKI3
40
R3393
1/16GJ
10C
39
VST
38
C2601
25KZ
0.1GQFY
19
67
VDD
68
BENA
IC3301
LC24049A-TA7
69
BENB
70
LROUT
71
UDOUT
72
VSS
73
VDD
74
PFHD
75
PFHDO
76
VRSTO
77
PRSTO
78
TCLK
TIMING
CONTROLLER
IC3301_76
36
35
HPAC
34
HPAB
33
HPAA
32
VDD
31
VSS
30
VCKA
29
FRPA
28
VST
27
THL0
26
3
18
4
17
THL1
25
THL2
24
DCKC
23
22
R3348
1/16GJ10C
VCK
R3396
1/16GJ
10C
(IC501 531 561,36P)
FRP
R3308
1/16GJ10C
1GJ33
R2616
1GJ33
R2617
1GJ33
R2618
1GJ33
R2619
1GJ33
C2612
25KZ
0.1GQFY
C2611
25KZ
0.1GQFY
1
2
3
4
5
1
C2618
16EM100D
S6V
S2.5V
C2613
25KZ0.1
GQFY
PCG
11
C2614
6.3EM
220WM
2
0V
3
C2635
16EM
100D
C2615
25KZ
0.1GQFY
4
5
5.0V
S5VD
C2637
10KZ1UGQFY
:10KZ1UMAFY
C2636
16EM
100D
C2638
6.3EM220WM
C2639
25KZ0.1
GQFY
H
R2623
1GJ4.7
R3319
1/16GJ10C
5VD
VCC
FRP
POWER_FAIL
IC2621
BA033FP-E2
R2626
1GJ4.7
S5V
1
R2627
1GJ4.7
C3305
25KZ0.1
GQFY
1
R3314
1/16GJ
10C
R2624
1GJ4.7
R3310
1/16GZ
0C
IC3392
TC7SH04FU
-(TE85L)
R3316
1/16GJ
10C
R3315
1/16GJ
10KC
C2656
25KZ0.1
GQFY
G
5.7V
R2611
1/16GJ
100C
R3390
1/16GJ
10C
21
R3317
1/16GJ
10C
R3343
1/16GJ10C
C2654
6.3EM220WM
IC2642
L88MS05TL-TL
IC2612
PQ2TZ15
C2616
16EM100D
S5V
12
GND
C2658
16EM
100D
R2621
1GJ47
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
R3346
1/16GJ
10C
R3307
1/16GJ
10C
RHST
R3389
1/16GJ
10C
R3349
1/16GJ10KC
10
GHST
1/16GJ10C
R3391
1/16GJ
10C
13
9
C2657
16EM
100D
IC3301_25
S_CLK
S_DATA
14
8
F
5VD
1GJ33
R2613
15
7
R3309
1/16GJ
10C
S&H_STL
R2612
16
6
5
BHST
R3387
1/16GJ
10C
R3388
R3394
1/16GJ
10C
R3376
1/16GZ
0C
C2603
25KZ
0.1GQFY
C2602
6.3EM
220WM
4
C2659
10KZ1U
GQFY
IC3301_26
TOUT
O
LK
PC K
L
PC
9
PCLK2
8
PCLK2O
7
CLB
OOO
6
PCLK1O
DDD
5
VSS
SSS
4
VDD
PRST
3
PCLK1
VRST
2
SCK
1
STB
80
1/16GJ
10KC
SD
T
79
R3306
VS
S
H
37
VSS
C2606
16EM100D
IC3301_24
T
VD ES
D T
R3304
1/16GJ10KC
VDD
CLP2
S
VS VDD
1/16GJ10C
VSS
PFH
R3342
CKO6
66
3
1.1V
R3341
1/16GJ10KC
BHC2
65
2
6VD
S3.3V1
C3391
25KZ0.1
GQFY
(IC471 3P)
64
1
3
D2643
1SS355
20
2
5
POWER_FAIL
2
R2607
1GJ27
5VD
C3303
25KZ
0.1GQFY
C3302
6.3EM
220WM
(IC861)
1
S5V
IC3391
MC74ACT244DT
IC2643
L88MS05TL-TL
IC2601
BA033FP-E2
5
25KZ0.1
GQFY
4
15.5V
2
C2621
2
D2631
1SS355
S3.3V2
3
C2626
16EM100D
C2622
6.3EM
220WM
1
C2631
25KZ
0.1GQFY
C2641
16EM
220D
GND
9V
C2632
16EM
IC2631 100D
L78M09T-TR
FRPI
R3360
3
3
2
R2633
1GJ47
C2623
25KZ
0.1GQFY
C2633
25KZ
0.1GQFY
1/16GJ
47C
I
DCLK
I
5VD
VR6601
R3339
1/16GJ
10C
C3331
25KZ
0.1GQFY
CLP2A
(IC401 20P)
R3364
1/16GJ
10C
R3351
1/16GZ0C
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
1
VCC
1/16GZ0C
1/16GJ10C
R3326
1/16GZ0C
1/16GJ10C
19
IC3393
TC7SH04FU
-(TE85L)
VCC
RGT
5
VR6601
R3L5
102SG
R3305
1/16GZ
0C
R6656
1/16
GZ0C
C3371
25KZ0.1
GQFY
2
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
B1
R6603
2
GND
1/16GJ
10C
3
CS
4
SDI
CLK
5
R6613
1/16GJ
10C
2
3
4
R3333
1/16GZ
0C
5
6
7
8
9
10
SCLK5
IC3331
MC74ACT244DT
R3334
1/16GZ
0C
A1
8
W1
7
VDD
6
IC6601
AD8400AR1
R6602
1/16GJ
1KC
R3337
1/16GJ
10C
C6601
25KZ0.1
GQFY
R6658
1/16
GZ0C
R6605
1/16GJ
1KC
J
Q6602
AH
FAN_CONT1_5
R6655
1/16GJ
10KC
FCNT1
R6607
1/16GZ
0C
FAN_CONT2_5
R3361
1/16GJ
10C
Q6601
AH
R6604
1/16GJ
1KC
R6606
1/16GJ
10KC
R3336
1/16GZ
0C
R3331
1/16GJ
10C
R3328
1/16GJ
10C
R6600
1/16GJ
620C
ZRGT
GND
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
1
S5V
R6650
1/16GJ
1.2KC
SDATA5
4
3
IC3321
TC74LCX244FT
J
20
R3327
R3354
1/16GJ47C
R3332
IRM_CLK
R3323
(IC471 63P)
R3321
1/16GJ
10C
C3307
25KZ0.1
GQFY
1/16GJ10C
AIN_CLK
R3322
(IC1501)
R3363
1/16GJ
10C
R3362
1/16GJ
10C
R3329
1/16GJ
10C
K
1
MP6AA-06
2
3
4
ENB
DWN
(IC471 5P)
(IC3561 5P)
RGT
(IC471 6P)
(IC3531 18P)
DHS
(IC301 235P)
DCLK
MAIN BOARD
DHS
DVS
DVS
L
A8
(IC301 180P)
K
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
A
A
R2501
1/8GZ
000
AFTER SW
R2504
1/10
GJ560
R2505
1/10
GJ150
L2501
1/8GJ5.6
D2502
1SS355
15.5V
POWER_FAIL
C2501
16EM100D
;16EM100F1
R2502
1/8GZ
000
B
C2502
25KZ0.1
GQFY
D2503
1SS355
B
L2502
1/8GJ5.6
C2504
25KZ0.1
GQFY
FANDRIVE_SW
C2503
16EM100D
;16EM100F1
R-PANEL
C2505
25EM
22WR
K5R
J11EA321G
C
C2506
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C2507
32 TEST
C
K5R31
31 COM
25KZ0.1GQFY
K5R30
30 VVDD
59
60
53
54
51
52
12V
Q2701
48
45
15.5V1
R2641
1/16
GJ
1.5KC
D
R2701
1/16GJ
2.7KC
IC2641
5PQ20WZ11 1
R2642
1/16
GJ
5.6KC
5
4
3
2
C2641
16EM
100D
D2641
1SS355
Q2702
AH
R2649
1GJ22
R2655
1/16GJ
5.6KC
D2651
1SS355
R6653
1/16GZ
0C
Q2651
AH
29
30
27
28
MAIN
BOARD
"K33R"
R2703
1/16GJ
2.4KC
25
26
23
24
21
22
19
20
17
18
15
16
13
11
12
9
10
5
4
3
2
1
7
8
R2663
1GJ470
R2507
1/16GJ10C
PCG
R2508
1/16GJ10C
K5R26
K3R51
5VZ
R2509
1/16GJ10C
K5R25
K3R49
DWN
R2510
1/16GJ10C
K5R24
K3R47
VST
R2511
1/16GJ10C
K5R23
K3R45
VCK
K3R43
ENB
28 VB
27 HB
26 DWN
25 VST
24 VCK
23 ENB
K5R22
22 BLK
3
4
1
2
21 VSSGL
C2508
25KZ0.1
GQFY
20 VSS
K3R39
RHCLK2
R2512
1/16GJ10C
K3R37
RHCLK1
R2513
1/16GJ10C
K5R18
K3R35
RHST
R2514
1/16GJ10C
K5R17
K3R33
RGT
R2515
K3R29
RVSIG12
K3R27
RVSIG11
K3R25
RVSIG10
K3R23
RVSIG9
K5R19
19 HCK1
18 HCK2
1/16GJ10C
13 VSIG11
12 VSIG10
11 VSIG9
K3R21
RVSIG8
RVSIG7
K3R17
RVSIG6
K3R15
RVSIG5
D
16 RGT
14 VSIG12
K3R19
R
17 HST
K5R16
C2509
25KZ0.1GQFY
15 HVDD
R-LCD
PANEL
10 VSIG8
K3R13
K3R11
RVSIG3
K3R9
RVSIG2
K3R7
9
VSIG7
8
VSIG6
7
VSIG5
6
VSIG4
5
VSIG3
4
VSIG2
3
VSIG1
2
VSSGR
1
PSIG
RVSIG4
RVSIG1
E
K5R2
5
6
R2664
1GJ15
RCOM
31
32
R2662
1GJ470
IC2651
5PQ20WZ11 1
R6651
1/16GJ
1KC
33
14
R2654
1/16GZ
0C
R2653
1/16GJ
3.6KC
FCNT1
35
36
R2661
1GJ470
POWER_FAIL
37
34
R2648
1GJ22
C2643
KZ0.01
GQFY
39
38
R2704
1/16GJ
1KC
29 PCG
41
42
R2702
1GJ680
1
R2647
1GJ22
C2642
KZ0.01
GQFY
43
44
40
R2643
1/16GJ
2KC
POWER_FAIL
E
47
46
12V
R2651
1/16GJ
1KC
49
50
BEFORE SW
2SB1204SP
;2SB1204TP
K5R29
55
56
15.5V
1/16GJ10C
K3R53
57
58
R2506
K3R3
R2516
1/16GJ2.2C
PSIG
K5R1
K3R1
R2517
1/16GJ2.2C
K3R
J11LP600G
R2665
1GJ15
R2659
1/16GJ
2KC
C2653
KZ0.01
GQFY
R2666
1GJ15
C2651
16EM
100D
G-PANEL
C2520
25EM
22WR
12V1
C2652
KZ0.01
GQFY
K5G
J11EA321G
R2677
1GJ330
12V2
F
R2672
1/16GJ
4.7KC
POWER_FAIL
D2671
1SS355
R2667
1/16GJ
1KC
Q2671
AH
R2671
1/16GZ
0C
5
60
R2679
4
3
2
1
1GJ330
58
56
54
R2681
1GJ22
52
50
R2676
1/16GJ
2KC
R2682
1GJ22
48
46
C2673
KZ0.01
GQFY
44
R2683
1GJ22
42
40
C2671
16EM
100D
G
C2672
KZ0.01
GQFY
38
36
R6644
1GJ750
12V3
FAN
34
32
R6641
1/16GJ
5.6KC
POWER_FAIL
D2661
1SS355
R6631
1/16GJ
1KC
R6635
1/16GJ
4.7KC
Q2661
R6634
1/16GJ
3.6KC
5
R6633
1/16GJ
1KC
30
R6645
1GJ750
R6642
1/16GZ
0C
AH
IC2661
PQ20WZ111
5
4
3
2
1
MAIN
BOARD
"K33G"
R6646
1GJ750
R6647
1GJ47
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
R6643
1/16GJ
2KC
FAN
FN902
H
R6648
1GJ47
C2663
KZ0.01
GQFY
12
10
R6649
1GJ47
8
6
C2661
16EM
100D
K3M
J10EP
030G
C2662
KZ0.01
GQFY
4
2
R6614
1/16GJ
10KC
1
R2688
1/16GJ
4.7KC
K3M2
POWER_FAIL
K3M3
3
K3N
J10EG
030G
C6614
16EM
100D
D2691
1SS355
R6616
1/16GJ
10KC
R6697
1/16GZ
0C
1
R2684
1/16GJ
1KC
R6693
1/16GZ
0C
Q2691
AH
IC2691
5 PQ20WZ111
K3N2
I
R6691
1/16GJ
1KC
C6616
K3N3
3
16EM
100D
5
4
3
2
1
C2693
KZ0.01
GQFY
58
R2699
1GJ22
56
52
50
46
R6684
1GJ330
PSDA
J
4
R6661
1/16GJ
1KC
MAIN BOARD
"K8A"
K3A6
2
R6681
1/16GJ
5.6KC
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
Q2681
AH
R6665
1/16GZ
0C
R6685
1GJ330
4
K3A
3
5
7
K3A3
K3A1
9
K3A7
K3A5
11
13
15
K3A11
K3A9
17
K3A15
K3A13
19
21
23
K3A25
K3A19
K3A17
25
27
29
31
33
35
K3A29
K3A23
37
K3A37
K3A31
39
41
43
45
47
K3A41
K3A35
49
K3A49
K3A43
51
53
55
57
1
C2683
KZ0.01
GQFY
59
K3A53
K3A47
2
C2681
16EM
100D
K3A55
34
32
30
R6687
1GJ47
28
MAIN
BOARD
"K33B"
R6688
1GJ47
J11LP600G
1
3
36
R6686
1GJ330
R6683
1/16GJ
2KC
60
40
38
IC2681
5 PQ20WZ11
1
5
44
42
R6682
1/16GZ
0C
R6664
1/16GJ
3.6KC
R6663
1/16GJ
1KC
R6689
1GJ47
C2682
KZ0.01
GQFY
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
K
8
15.5V1
12V1
12V2
6
15.5V
S5V
12V
12V3
4
K5G26
K3G51
5VZ
R2523
1/16GJ10C
K5G25
K3G49
DWN
R2524
1/16GJ10C
K5G24
K3G47
VST
R2525
1/16GJ10C
K5G23
K3G45
VCK
K3G43
ENB
K3G39
GHCLK1
R2526
1/16GJ10C
K5G19
K3G37
GHCLK2
R2527
1/16GJ10C
K5G18
K3G35
GHST
R2528
1/16GJ10C
K5G17
K3G33
ZRGT
R2529
1/16GJ10C
28 VB
51
49
47
45
43
27 HB
26 DWN
25 VST
24 VCK
23 ENB
K5G22
22 BLK
C2523
25KZ0.1
GQFY
41
39
37
35
33
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
18 HCK2
17 HST
1
G
G
K5G16
16 RGT
15 HVDD
K3G29
GVSIG12
K3G27
GVSIG11
K3G25
GVSIG10
K3G23
GVSIG9
14 VSIG12
13 VSIG11
12 VSIG10
11 VSIG9
K3G21
GVSIG8
K3G19
GVSIG7
K3G17
GVSIG6
K3G15
GVSIG5
10 VSIG8
K3G13
K3G11
GVSIG3
K3G9
GVSIG2
K3G7
9
VSIG7
8
VSIG6
7
VSIG5
6
VSIG4
5
VSIG3
4
VSIG2
3
VSIG1
2
VSSGR
1
PSIG
G-LCD
PANEL
GVSIG4
H
GVSIG1
K5G2
5
3
20 VSS
C2524
25KZ0.1GQFY
31
29
21 VSSGL
19 HCK1
K3G3
R2530
1/16GJ2.2C
ZPSIG
K5G1
K3G1
R2531
1/16GJ2.2C
59
BCOM
57
R2540
1/16GJ10C
B-PANEL
C2541
25KZ0.1
GQFY
32 TEST
I
K5B31
31 COM
K5B30
R2541
1/16GJ10C
K5B29
29 PCG
28 VB
55
53
51
49
47
45
43
27 HB
K3B53
PCG
R2542
1/16GJ10C
K5B26
K3B51
5VZ
R2543
1/16GJ10C
K5B25
K3B49
DWN
R2544
1/16GJ10C
K5B24
K3B47
VST
R2545
1/16GJ10C
K5B23
K3B45
VCK
K3B43
ENB
K3B39
BHCLK2
R2546
1/16GJ10C
K5B19
K3B37
BHCLK1
R2547
1/16GJ10C
K5B18
K3B35
BHST
R2548
1/16GJ10C
K5B17
K3B33
RGT
R2549
1/16GJ10C
26 DWN
25 VST
24 VCK
23 ENB
K5B22
22 BLK
C2543
25KZ0.1
GQFY
41
39
37
35
33
29
27
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
18 HCK2
1
B
J
17 HST
16 RGT
15 HVDD
K3B29
BVSIG12
K3B27
BVSIG11
K3B25
BVSIG10
14 VSIG12
13 VSIG11
12 VSIG10
K3B23
BVSIG9
K3B21
BVSIG8
K3B19
BVSIG7
K3B17
BVSIG6
K3B15
BVSIG5
11 VSIG9
10 VSIG8
K3B13
K3B11
9
VSIG7
8
VSIG6
7
VSIG5
6
VSIG4
5
VSIG3
4
VSIG2
3
VSIG1
2
VSSGR
1
PSIG
B-LCD
PANEL
BVSIG4
BVSIG3
K3B9
BVSIG2
K3B7
BVSIG1
K
K5B2
5
3
20 VSS
K5B16
C2544
25KZ0.1GQFY
31
25
21 VSSGL
19 HCK1
K3B3
R2550
1/16GJ2.2C
PSIG
K5B1
K3B1
R2551
1/16GJ2.2C
C2546
16EM100D
;16EM100F1
POWER_FAIL
PSCL
1/16GJ10C
K3B
J11LP600G
FANDRIVE_SW
FCNT2
2
FCNT1
R2522
30 VVDD
60
48
D2681
1SS355
PCG
C2542
25KZ0.1GQFY
C2692
KZ0.01
GQFY
POWER_FAIL
53
R2697
1GJ22
54
R6619
1/16GZ
0C
K3G53
29 PCG
C2540
25EM
22WR
R2698
1GJ22
Q6611
AH
C2691
16EM
100D
1/16GJ10C
55
K5B
J11EA321G
R2693
1/16GJ
2KC
POWER_FAIL
R2521
57
R2696
1GJ330
D6611
DCB015P
R6618
1/16GJ
5.6KC
R2520
GCOM
59
K5G29
R2695
1GJ330
R2687
1/16GZ
0C
R2686
1/16GJ
1KC
K3N1
31 COM
K5G30
1/16GJ10C
K3G
J11LP600G
R2694
1GJ330
K3M1
FAN
FN904
F
32 TEST
K5G31
30 VVDD
IC2671
5 PQ20WZ111
R2669
1/16GJ
1KC
R6671
1/16GJ
1KC
C2521
25KZ0.1
GQFY
C2522
25KZ0.1GQFY
R2678
1GJ330
R6673
1/16GZ
0C
C2545
16EM100D
;16EM100F1
COMPONENT BOARD
L
1
(SCH_MP6PA/PP6PA)
MP6AA-07
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
A9
■ Printed Wiring Board Diagrams
(LV-7105U/E)
CAUTION
This projector is isolated from AC line by using the internal converter transformer.
Please pay attention to the following notes in servicing
1. Do not touch the part on hot side (primary circuit) or both parts on hot and cold sides (secondary
circuit) at the same time.
2. Do not shorten the circuit between hot and cold sides.
3. The grounding lead must be connected to the ground of the same circuit when measuring of voltages and waveforms.
Power Board (SIDE:A)
Power Board (SIDE:B)
SW902
(Thernal SW)
HIC Board “K1A”
Main Board
“K3C”
Main Board
“K3D”
Lamp
Ballast
Unit
Line Filter Board (SIDE:A)
Audio Amp Board (SIDE:A)
Line Filter Board (SIDE:B)
Audio Amp Board (SIDE:B)
HIC Board (SIDE:B)
Temp Board (SIDE:B)
Interlock
Switch
SW904
Main Board
“K5S”
AC Cord
Main Board
“K5A”
HIC Board (SIDE:A)
Temp Board (SIDE:A)
Main Board
“K8G”
Main Board “K1”
A10
(PCB_MP6PA/PP6PA)
AV Board (SIDE:A)
R/C Board (SIDE:A)
AV Board (SIDE:B)
R/C Board (SIDE:B)
“K50B”
“K50A”
Main Board
Main Board
“K8D”
Component Board (SIDE:A)
Component Board (SIDE:B)
Main Board
“K33B”
R-LCD
B-LCD
G-LCD
Panel
Main Board
“K33R”
FN902
FN904
“K33G”
“K8A”
Main Board
(PCB_MP6PA/PP6PA)
A11
Main Board (SIDE:A)
Main Board (SIDE:B)
Speaker
Audio Amp
Board “K6T”
Component
Board
“K3B”
FN905
R/C
Board
“K28D”
Component
Board
“K3R”
Temp
Board
“K8H”
FN903
Lamp
Ballast
Unit
Audio Amp
Board
“K6P”
Component
Board
“K3G”
Component
Board
“K3A”
Power
Board
“K6J”
FN901
Power
Board
“K6K”
“K10B”
“K10A”
AV Board
A12
(PCB_MP6PA/PP6PA)