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PROJECTOR
D5500 Serial
SERVICE MANUAL (Rev.00)
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DLP DIGITAL PROJECTOR Rev.00
Model Name: D5500 Serial
Revision
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Preliminary
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Description
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CONTENTS
1. COMPLIANCE OF SAFE REPAIR .........................................................………………………………..…….……5
1-1. Caution during disassembling and assembling ..................……………………………………..…….……5
1-2. Lamp .......... ..............................................................……………………………………………….……….….5
1-3. Lens ............................................................…………………………………………………….…………….….5
2. SPECIFICATIONS .........................................................…………………………………………………………..…6
2-1. Optical Specifications ……………………………………………………………………………………..………6
2-2. Electrical Specifications ……………………………………………………………………………..……………7
2-3. Mechanical Specifications …………………………………………………………………………………...….8
2-4.Environmental considerations…………………………………………………………….………….……...….8
2-5. Views of projector parts……………………………………………………………………………………………9
2-6. Top features…………………………………………………………………………………………………….…..11
2-7. Terminal panel features.………………………………………………………………………………….………14
2-8. Remote control parts…………………………………………………………………………………………..…16
2-9. Inserting the remote control batteries……………………………………………………………………..….18
2-10. Block Diagram ……………………………………………………………..……………………………..…..…19
2-11. Explanation of the block diagrams …………………………………………...………..……………………20
2-12. Wire Location ……………………………………………………………..….……………………………...…..22
3. TROUBLE SHOOTING ……………………………………………………………………………….……………..…23
3-1. Operation check ………………………………………………………..…………………………………………23
3-2. Main Board check ……………………………………………………………………………………………..….24
3-3. LED State Indications ………………………………………………………….………………………………...26
4. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ………………………………………….…………………………………..…….27
5. ADJUSTMENT………………………………………………………………………………………………………..….57
5-1. Step of Into Service mode………………………………………….…………………………..………………..57
5-2. Calibrate VGA (1024 x 768 @ 60Hz)………….....................................................................……………....58
5-3. Calibrate YUV…………………………………………………………………………………….…………..…….59
5-4. Calibrate Video……………………………………………………………………………………………………..60
5-5. Color Wheel Index Adjustment……………………………………………………………….………….……..63
5-6. Focus Adjustment…………………………………………………………………………………………………65
6. SECURITY NOTICE………………………………………………………………………………………………..…...72
6-1. Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector……………………………..………………………..….72
6-2. Unlocking the Projector…………………………………………………………………………………..……...74
6-3. Security function notice………………………………………………………………………………………….74
7. Circuit Protections ………………………………………………………………………………………………….....75
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7-1. Fuse ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..75
7-2 Thermostat ………………………………………………………………………………………………………...76
7-3 Bimetal ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..77
7-4 Lamp Interlock Switch …………………………………………………………………………………………..78
8. Maintenance …………………………………………………………………………………………………………...79
8-1 Cleaning the projector …………………………………………………………………………………………..79
8-2 Replacing Consumable Parts ………………………………………………………………………………….83
9. Factory Preset Display Modes ……………………………………………………………………………………..87
10. Spare part list ………….…………….…..……………………………………………………….……………….…91
11. Required adjustments when the parts replaced ………………………………..……….….…………………96
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1. COMPLIANCE OF SAFE REPAIR
Be sure to read this Service Manual before providing services. In the projector, full consideration is taken
to ensure the safety for a fire, electric shock, injury, harmful radiation, and substance. Therefore, observe the notice described
in this Service Manual so that the safety is kept when providing services. Moreover, be sure to observe the notice described
in the Instruction Manual. Pay attention to the following during service inspection.
1-1. Cautions during disassembling and assembling
1.This equipment contains parts under high voltage. When making repairs, etc. Be sure to pull out the power
plug beforehand to insure safety.
2. Parts may be very hot immediately after use. Make sure the equipment has cooled off sufficiently before
carrying out repairs.
3. Make sure that parts and screws and wiring, etc. are returned to their original positions. Tube, tape and
other insulation materials have been used for safety reasons. The internal wiring has been designed to
avoid direct contact with hot parts or parts under high voltage when using clamps or other tools.
4. The parts used in this device have special safety features such as flame-resistance and anti-voltage
properties. When replacing parts, always use parts supplied from the factory.
5. After finishing operations make sure that all parts and wires have been returned to their original position
and that there has been no deterioration of the area around the location that was worked on.
6. Be sure to use an earth band (wrist band) during repair and inspection.
1-2. Lamp
During current conduction, the lamp is in the high-temperature state. In this case, pay careful attention
because a high voltage is used. When replacing a lamp, replace it after confirming that the lamp has gotten
cold sufficiently.
1-3. Lens
Do not look through a lens during projection. This damages your eyes.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
This section provides technical information about the projector's performance.
2-1. Optical Specifications
Item
Description
Projection system
Single DLP® chip, 5 segment color wheel
Resolution
1024 x 768 pixels* (up to UXGA @ 60 Hz, up to SXGA+ @ 60 Hz on DVI-D)
Lamp
260 W AC (230 W in Eco mode), Dual lamp system
Image size (diagonal)
50" - 200" / 1.27m - 5.08m (GC805G)
40" - 500" / 1.02m – 12.7m (GB942G, GB940G, GB949G, GB957G)
Lens options
GC805G: Power focus, throw ratio 0.77:1, F2.0, f=11.4 mm
GB942G: Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 1.33-1.79:1, F1.8-2.3, f=19.3-25.8 mm
GB940G: Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 1.78-2.35:1, F1.7-1.9, f=26-34 mm
GB949G: Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 2.22-4.43:1, F2.1-2.9, f=32-63 mm
GB957G: Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 4.43-8.3:1, F2.2-3.1, f=63.5-117.4 mm
Lens shift
Vertical + 0.5V, Horizontal +/- 0.1H (GB942G, GB940G, GB949G, GC805G)
*Effective pixels are more than 99.99%
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2-2. Electrical Specifications
Item
Description
Inputs
1 Analog RGB (Mini D-Sub 15P), 1 Analog RGB R/Cr, G/Y, B/Cb, H, V
(BNC x 5), 1 Digital RGB (DVI-D 24P), 1 Component Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr
(RCA x 3), 1 Component (Mini D-Sub 15P) shared with COMPUTER 1
IN, 1 S-Video (Mini DIN 4P), 1 Video, 3 Stereo Mini Audio, 2
(L/R) RCA Audio.
Outputs
1 RGB (Mini D-Sub 15P), 1 Stereo Mini Audio, 1 Screen Trigger
Control
1 PC Control Port (D-Sub 9P)
USB Port
1 B Type (for Service)
LAN Port
RJ-45
Video Compatibility
NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-60/N/M/B/G/H/I), SECAM, HDTV: 1080i, 720p, SDTV:
576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Scan Rate
Horizontal: 15 kHz, 31 to 90 kHz (RGB: 31 kHz or over) Vertical: 50 Hz to 85 Hz
Video Bandwidth
RGB: 100 MHz (-3dB)
Color Reproduction
16.7 million colors simultaneously, Full color
Horizontal Resolution
NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL / PAL-M / PAL-N / PAL60: 540 TV lines
SECAM: 300 TV lines
RGB: 1024 dots (H) x 768 dots (V)
External Control
RS232, IR, LAN
Sync Compatibility
Separate Sync / Composite Sync / Sync on G
Built-in Speakers
3W x 2
Power Requirement
100 - 240V AC, 50/60Hz
Input Current
7.7A
Power Consumption
655W in Dual Lamp Normal mode / 580W in Dual Lamp Eco mode
350W in Single Lamp Normal mode / 315W in Single Lamp Eco mode
< 30W in Standby mode Normal
< 5W in Standby mode Power saving
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2-3. Mechanical Specifications
Item
Description
19.9" (W) x 7.6" (H) x 15.2" (D)
505 mm (W) x 192 mm (H) x 385 mm (D)
(not including protrusions)
45.1 lbs/20.5 kg
Dimensions
Weight
2-4. Environmental Considerations
Item
Description
Operational Temperatures
41° to 104°F / 5° to 40°C, 10% to 90% humidity (non-condensing)
Storage Temperatures
14° to 140°F (-10° to 60°C), 5% to 90% humidity (non-condensing)
Optional Parts
The parts listed below are optionally available. When ordering those parts, specify the item name and
Model No. to the sales dealer
Standard Zoom Lens : GB940G
Long Zoom Lens
: GB949G
Ultra Long Zoom Lens
: GB957G
Short Zoom Lens
: GB942G
Fixed Short Zoom Lens
: GC805G
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2-5. Views of projector parts
1. Top view
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
1.
Lens control panel
See Lens Controls
2.
Right-hand speaker
Right-hand speaker
3.
Lamp cover
Remove cover to replace lamp or color wheel
4.
Exhaust vent
Exhaust vent – do not obstruct
5.
Rear intake vent
Rear cooling intake – do not obstruct
6.
OSD control panel
See OSD Controls and Status LEDs
7.
Left intake vent
Left-hand cooling intake – do not obstruct
8.
Left-hand speaker
Left-hand speaker
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2. Bottom view
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
SEE PAGE:
1.
Height adjusters
Adjust projection height
2.
Ceiling support holes
Contact your dealer for information on mounting the projector on a
ceiling
Note:
When installing, ensure that you use only UL Listed ceiling mounts.
Caution:
With ceiling installation, use approved mounting hardware & M4 screws; maximum depth of screw:
12 mm; distance from ceiling/ wall: 20 cm (0.7 feet) for proper ventilation; distance from fluorescent
lamps: at least 1 m (3 feet) front and back of the projector. For permanent installations, follow local
codes.
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2-6. Top Features
1. Lens Controls
ITEM
LABEL
1.
ZOOM
2.
UP CURSOR
3.
RIGHT CURSOR
4.
DOWN CURSOR
5.
LEFT CURSOR
6.
FOCUS
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DESCRIPTION
Increase/decrease projected image size
Move image left, right, up, or down
Focus the projected image
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2. OSD Controls and Status LEDs
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
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1.
MENU
Open / Close the OSD
2.
UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/
RIGHT BUTTONS
Navigate and change settings in the OSD
3.
RIGHT CURSOR/
VOLUME INCREASE
Increase volume
4.
CANCEL
Exit the On-Screen Display (OSD)
5.
SOURCE
Detects the input device
6.
POWER
Turn the projector on or off (main power switch must be turned on
first).
Press to place the projector in standby mode.
7.
LAMP 2 (LED)
8.
LAMP 1 (LED)
Green
Flashing
Green
Flashing
See Indicator Messages
See Indicator Messages
Green
9.
WARNING (LED)
Red
Orange
See Indicator Messages
Flashing
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Green
10.
POWER (LED)
Orange
See Indicator Messages
Flashing
11.
AUTO
Select or change settings in the OSD
12.
13.
Optimize image size, position, and resolution
LEFT
CURSOR/VOLUME
DECREASE
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Decrease volume
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2-7. Terminal Panel Features
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1.
2.
3.
4.
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COMPUTER 3 IN
AUDIO IN
COMPUTER 3
AUDIO OUT
7.
MONITOR OUT
AUDIO IN
COMPUTER 2
AUDIO IN [L
(MONO)/R]
(COMPONENT)
SERIAL PORT IN
8.
SCREEN TRIGGER
9.
S-VIDEO
5.
6.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
POWER SWITCH
AC IN
AUDIO IN
[L(MONO)/R]
VIDEO IN
COMPONENT
IN (Y,Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr)
COMPUTER 2 IN
(R/Cr, G/Y, B/Cb, H, V)
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DESCRIPTION
Connect the DVI-D cable (not supplied) from a computer
Connect the audio cable (not supplied) from the input device
Audio loop-thru
Connect to a monitor
Connect the audio cable (not supplied) from the input device
Connect an RCA audio cables (not supplied) from the input
device right and left channels
Installation control
When connected to the screen through a comercially available
cable, the screen deploys automatically on start up of the
projector. The screen retracts when the projector is powered
off
(see notes below)
Connect a commercially available S-video cable from a video
device
Turn on/off the projector
Connect the supplied power cable
Connect RCA audio cables (not supplied) from the input device
right and left channels. This audio jack is shared with S-Video
input.
Connect a composite video cable (not supplied) from a video
device to the yellow RCA jack
Connect a component video enabled device
Connect RGBHV or Component signal from com- puter or
component video enabled device
Connect a VGA cable (supplied) from a computer
AUDIO IN(COMPUTER 1)
Connect the audio cable (not supplied) from the input device
LAN
Connect a LAN cable (not supplied) from a computer
Connect the USB cable (not supplied) from a computer. For
service personnel only.
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2-8. Remote Control Parts
Important:
1. Avoid using the projector with bright fluorescent lighting turned on. Certain high-frequency fluorescent lights can disrupt remote control operation.
2. Be sure nothing obstructs the path between the remote control and the projector. If the path between the remote control and the projector is obstructed, you can bounce the signal off certain
reflective surfaces such as projector screens.
3. The buttons and keys on the projector have the same functions as the corresponding buttons on
the remote control. This user’s manual describes the functions based on the remote control.
ITEM
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
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1.
Status LED
Lights when the remote control is used
2.
Laser
Use as on screen pointer. DO NOT POINT IN EYES.
3.
Up
Up arrow when connected through USB to a PC
4.
Right
Right arrow when connected through USB to a PC
5.
Down
Down arrow when connected through USB to a PC
6.
Page Down
Page down when connected through USB to a PC
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7.
Up cursor
Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
8.
Right cursor
Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
9.
Down cursor
10.
Volume +/-
Adjusts volume
11.
Mute
Mutes the built-in speaker
12.
Zoom+
Zoom in
13.
Zoom-
Zoom out
14.
Freeze
Freeze/unfreezes the on-screen picture
15.
Blank
Makes the screen blank
16.
Source
Detects the input device
17.
Auto
Auto adjustment for phase, tracking, size, position
18.
Menu
Opens the OSD
19.
Status
20.
Keystone top/bottom
Corrects image-trapezoid (wider top/bottom) effect
21.
Left cursor
Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
22.
Enter
Changes settings in the OSD
23.
Page Up
Page up when connected through USB to a PC
24.
Left
Left arrow when connected through USB to a PC
25.
Enter
Enter key when connected through USB to a PC
26.
Power
Turns the projector on or off
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Opens the OSD Status menu (the menu only opens when an input
Note:
The remote control can only interface with a computer when connected to the computer through a
USB cable connection. The computer cable connects a computer to the projector for display purposes only.
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2.9. Inserting the Remote Control Batteries
1.
Remove the battery compartment
cover by sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow.
2.
Insert the supplied batteries taking
note of the polarity (+/-) as shown
here.
3.
Replace the cover.
Caution:
1. Only use AAA batteries. (Alkaline is better).
2. Dispose of used batteries according to local ordinance regulations.
3. Remove the battery when not using the projector for prolonged periods.
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2-10. Block Diagram
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2-11. Explanation of the block diagrams
1. Input signal processing
1-1.RGB & Component & DVI input system
The RGB(5BNC) and COMPONENT input signals are led through the multiplexer
circuit. After these signals and DVI signal have been converted into 10-bit digital signals
of RGB each at the A/D converter (U201) incorporated in the VIDEO amplifier, the
resultant signals are output to the scaler (U400).
1-2.Video input system
The VIDEO input and S-VIDEO input signals are decoded into the Y/CbCr (brightness
and chroma) signals at the video decoder (U702). The decoded signals are further
converted into 10-bit digital signals of Y/ CbCr, and then output to the scaler (U400).
2. Digital video signal processing
2-1.Scaler (U400)
• The Y/CbCr signals are processed for picture quality improvement and matrix
processing at the Scaler circuit, and then converted into the RGB signals.
• The RGB and VIDEO input signals are switched over at the selector. After passing
through the signal adjusting circuit of color space processing, auto-adjustment, etc.,
these signals are written in the RLDRAM.
• The video signals called up from the RLDRAM, pass through the definition converter
circuit, ON-screen display, error diffusion circuit for DLP, V-T compensator circuit, and
such signal processing circuits, and are then output to the optical engine unit (DLP
formatter board).
• In the frame memory consisting of the RLDRAM and the FIFO located in the scaler,
frequency conversion is conducted for the WRITE system and the READ system.
Therefore, the video signals can be output to the optical engine unit (DLP formatter
board) always at the constant timing.
• According to the conditions of projector installation, the trapezoidal distortion
compensation of the video signals are also effected through the frame memory.
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3. Audio signal processing
• The audio output is generated from the speakers via the amplifier (U900) provided with a
volume control.
• The volume control is conducted by the DC output from the D/A converter (U900).
4. System control
The scaler (U400) controls all of this system.
5. Power circuit
1. Main power supply
• In the state of standby, the power is supplied 5V to the scaler, scaler peripheral ICs,
and FLASHROM.
• After the power is ON, the power at 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.7Vand 13V is fed to the analog circuit,
fan, formatter board, etc.
2. Lamp power supply
• The lamp is lit with POWER ON.
• Unlighting detection is performed.
6. Safety design
• Fan circuit detection
• Lamp cover detection
• Lamp house temperature detection
• Thermal protector for the lamp power supply
• Lamp replacing time
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2-12. Wire Location
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3. TROUBLE SHOOTING
3-1. Operation check
By making operation checks under normally operating conditions, a certain degree of judgment is possible on
errors. Prior to the removal of the top cover, check the POWER indicator and the STATUS indicator.
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3-2. Main Board check
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CN109
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3-3. LED State Indications
Power LED
Projector Status
LED Condition
LED Sequence
Projector Condition
AC Off
OFF
OFF
OFF
Cooling
ORANGE BLINK
0.5sON > 0.5sOFF
After Power OFF
Power up sequence
GREEN BLINK
0.5sON > 0.5sOFF
Start up
Standby / Idle
ORANGE ON
ON
Standby
Power ON
GREEN ON
ON
ON
Projector Status
LED Condition
LED Sequence
Projector Condition
Normal Condition
OFF
OFF
Power ON
Cover ERROR
RED 1 time BLINK (repeatedly)
0.5sON > 2.5sOFF
ERROR
Temperature ERROR
RED 2 times BLINK (repeatedly)
(0.5sON > 0.5sOFF) * 2 > 2.0sOFF ERROR
Power ERROR
RED 3 times BLINK
(0.5sON > 0.5sOFF) * 3 > 2.0sOFF ERROR
FAN ERROR
RED 4 times BLINK (repeatedly)
(0.5sON > 0.5sOFF) * 4 > 2.0sOFF ERROR
Keylocked (when push key)
ORANGE light up
ON
Keylock function enable
Standby (Power-saving)
OFF
OFF
Standby (Power-saving)
Standby (Normal)
GREEN LIGNT
ON
Standby (Normal)
Projector Status
LED Condition
LED Sequence
Projector Condition
Lamp Off
OFF
OFF
Lamp Off
End of the Lamp life
RED BLINK
0.5sON > 0.5sOFF
Replace Lamp
NO LAMP
RED 1 time BLINK (repeatedly)
0.5sON > 2.5sOFF
ERROR
Lamp ERROR
RED 6 times BLINK (repeatedly)
(0.5sON > 0.5sOFF) * 6 > 2.0sOFF ERROR
Cooling Lamp
ORANGE BLINK
0.5sON > 0.5sOFF
Switching Lamp 1 & 2
Re-Light up sequence
GREEN BLINK
0.5sON > 0.5sOFF
Start up
Lamp life Over
RED ON
ON
Replace Lamp
Eco mode
ORANGE ON
ON
Power ON
Normal mode
GREEN ON
ON
Power ON
WARNING LED
Lamp LED
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4. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
Removing the Lamp Cover and Lamp Module
D
I
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Look the full set projector.
Look at the IO side.
Look at the keypad of top side.
Look at the keypad of top side.
Loose these four screws.
Remove and take out the lamp cover.
A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y
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Removing the Lamp Cover and Lamp Module
D
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S
Look at the top side.
Loose these four screws and take out.
A
S
S
E
M
Remove the lamp modules (upward view).
Look the Lamp.
B
L
Y
Look the Lamp.
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Removing the Lamp Module and Front cover
D
I
Look the Lamp.
Look the Lamp.
Remove the ten screws.
Look the screws.
Remove the front cover.
Front side views.
S
A
S
S
E
M
B
L
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Removing the Back & Top cover
D
I
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Back cover view.
Remove the ten screws.
Remove the back cover.
Back side view.
A
S
S
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M
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Removing the Top cover & Keypad board
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Remove the FCC Cable from the keypad side.
Look the top cover & keypad BD.
Remove the 7 screws.
Then remove the keypad BD.
Remove the 7 screws.
Remove the shield.
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Removing the Top cover Shield
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Remove the twelve screws, and careful and
check this place when you assembled.
Check this hook-buckle when you
assemble that.
Disconnect.
Careful this area and check this place
when you assemble this plate.
Then remove the top cover shield.
Top cover shield & screws.
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Replace the color wheel
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Remove the four screws and take away.
Review the color wheel.
Review the color wheel.
Remove the three screws.
Remove the three screws and take this
case away.
Color wheel module off.
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Replace the color wheel and Removing the Lens
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Review the color wheel.
Review the color wheel.
Color wheel module off.
Look at the Lens release button.
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Push the Lens release button, Turn antiClockwise and pulled the lens away.
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Removing the Lens cap & lens ring
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Remove the screw.
Remove the Lens cap & front IR assy.
Disassemble the Lens cap & IR assy.
Front IR BD views.
Remove this screw.
Take off the lens ring.
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Removing the Main Board
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Remove the five screws.
Then take off the shield.
Remove the screw & disconnect the wire.
Disassemble the back IR assy.
Remove these two screws.
Remove the two hexagonal bolts then
take off the main BD.
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Review the Main Board
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Review the Main Board Top side.
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Review the Main Board Bottom side.
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Removing the Lamp cover
D
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Unplug these two hook-buckles, then
disconnect.
Remove these four screws.
Review the screws.
Arrange the wires as picture when you
assemble it.
Unplug these four hook-buckles and
careful the assembly.
Careful and check this place when you
assembled.
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Removing the Lamp cover & Lamp module
D
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this place when you Careful and check this place when you
S Careful and check
assembled.
assembled.
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Unplug and check this hook-buckle.
Review the Lamp cover.
The Lamp cover off.
View the Fan module area.
B
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Removing the FAN module
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Take these two sets away.
Take these two fans away.
Care the fan wire assembly.
See the connector location.
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Be careful the two side of arrow mark
direction.
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Be careful the two side of arrow mark
direction.
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Removing the Fan module & Optical module
D
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Take these two sets away.
Be careful the hook-buckles.
Remove these six screws.
Remove the screw.
Then Remove the Optical engine
module.
Review the screws.
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Removing the Optical module & Lens Shift / motor module
D
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Careful and check this place when you assembled.
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
The Optical module off.
Remove these six screws.
Review the screws.
Remove the Lens Shift / motor module.
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Remove the Lens Shift / motor module and Power shield
D
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The Lens Shift / motor module off.
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
Careful and check this place when you
Careful and check this place when you
assembled.
assembled.
Remove these 8 screws
Review the screws.
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Removing the Power shield & Lamp holder
D
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Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
Review the Power Shield.
Remove these five screws.
Review the screws.
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Removing the Lamp holder and Take care the assembly
D
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assemble it.
Arrange the wires as picture when you
assemble it.
Disassemble this connector.
Disconnect the connectors.
Then remove the Lamp holder module.
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
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Removing the blown Fan & Power Fan
D
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Remove the two screws.
Review the screws.
Review the Fan.
See the connector location.
Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
Remove the Power Fan.
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Removing the power fan & ballast shield
D
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View the Fan off.
Remove the five screws,then take off the
shield.
Review the screws.
Remove the two screws.
Remove the two screws.
Review the screws.
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Removing the power Assy & ballast Assy
D
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Disconnect the connectors.
Then take off the power Assy.
Remove the screw.
Remove the screw
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
Careful and check this place when you assembled.
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Remove Audio Board and Module
D
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Review the Audio module.
Careful and check this wire when you assembled.
Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
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Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
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Remove Audio Board and Module
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Careful and check this place when you assembled.
Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
Remove the all hook-buckle.
Disconnect the connector.
Arrange the wires as picture when you assemble it.
Remove these two screws.
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Remove Audio Board / Module and IO Board
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Remove these two screws.
Review the screws.
Disconnect the connector.
Remove the Audio module.
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Remove th two screws & hexagonal bolts.
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Remove IO Board
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Remove these three screws.
Review the screws.
Then remove the IO BD Assy.
Remove the seven screws.
Remove the eight hexagonal bolts.
Remove the IO BD.
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Remove the protection BD & the speaker
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Remove these 8 screws and the Transformer &
Power saving Board take away.
Remove the Fan.
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Remove the two screws and take away Remove the three screws and take away
the L speaker.
the shield.
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Remove the two screws and take away
the R speaker.
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Remove BD ADJ FOOT & Bottom shield
D
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A
Remove the two screws and take away
the ADJ foot.
Review the ADJ FOOT and screw.
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Remove these 14 screws and take away the Remove these screws and take away the
three parts.
Bottom shield.
L
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Review these parts and screws.
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Review the Bottom case
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Review the Bottom case.
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Appendix. Screw torque for D5500
Page Screw Type
29
M3*L8
32
M3*L8
35
M4*L10
38
M3*L8
41
M3*L10
41
M4*L16
42
M4*L12
46
M3*L8
47
M3*L8
51
M3*L8
52
M3*L8
54
M3*L8
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P/N
Screw Driver Torque (kg-cm)
3100330800
3.5~4.0
3.5~4.0
5.5~6.0
3.5~4.0
3.5~4.0
5.5~6.0
5.5~6.0
3.5~4.0
3.5~4.0
3.5~4.0
3.5~4.0
3.5~4.0
3100300800
3109020700
3100300800
3100301000
3105120300
3102301200
3100300800
3100300800
3100300800
3100300800
3100300800
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5. Adjustment
5-1 .Step of Into Service mode
Using the remote controller and press key as below method to enter the service mode.
Step1
Open Main menu and select “Expert ” item to enter
Step2
the expert menu as right side picture.
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5-2 . Calibrate VGA (1024 x 768 @ 60Hz)
Select ADC Calibration Item and press
Step1
“Select” key , and then you will see the
picture as follow。
Select “Calibration”. In this menu input
pattern with White(240,240,240) and
Black(16,16,16) for calibrate VGA Source .
Step2
After input ready press “Select” key to
calibration, or if you won’t do calibration
just press “Menu” key to leave。
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5-3. Calibrate YUV
In Service Mode Select ADC Calibration
Step1
Item and press “Select” key , and then you
will see the picture as follow。
Select “Calibration”. In this menu input
pattern with 75﹪SMPTE pattern for
calibrate YUV Source and notice that the
Step2
input source must be 480p format 。
After input ready press “Select” key to
proceed, or if you won’t do calibration just
press “Menu” key to leave。
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5-4. Calibrate Video
In Service Mode Select DEC Calibration
Step1
Item and press “Select” key , and then you
will see the picture as follow。
Select “Calibration”. In this menu input
pattern with 75﹪SMPTE pattern for
calibrate video source and notice that the
Step2
input source must be NTSC format 。
After input ready press “Select” key to
Input Pattern
proceed, or if you won’t do calibration just
press “Menu” key to leave。
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YUV Calibration:
Test Equipment: VG-828
Input Timing: 480P (Timing 953)
Input Pattern: SMPTE Color Bar(Pattern 984)
Red Level
Blue Level
White Level
Black Level
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Video Calibration:
Test Equipment: VG-828
Input Timing: NTSC (Timing 946)
Input Pattern: SMPTE Color Bar(Pattern 984)
White Level
Black Level
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5-5. Color Wheel Index Adjustment
Using the remote controller and press key as below method to enter the service mode.
Step1
Open Main menu and select “Expert ” item to enter
Step2
the expert menu as right side picture.
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Select “Color Wheel Index” (The default value is
29. The range is 0~360.) In this menu input pattern
with “16 Gray Scale”. Fine-tune until the gray
scale still distinct. Decrease the color to the
minimum. Then switch “256 Gray Scale”, tune off
G, B channel, check the smooth in brighter level of
the R 256 ramp. If not, fine tune until R 256 ramp
smooth.
Step3
[Notice]
This Color Wheel Index value will be setting to
the
projector’s
control
board.
If
change
projector’s control board, the Color Wheel
Index value must be re-adjusted by service
engineer.
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5-6. Focus Adjustment
1. Remove the cosmetic lens cover (A)
B
A
2. Remove the cosmetic lens cover (B)
B
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3. Remove the cosmetic lens cover (B) by screw
Screw
4. Without Cosmetic Cover Figure
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5. The adjustment structure of lens mount
Image
adjustment
screw
Fixed
Screw
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6. The function of lens mount adjustment
Projector
Screw for
adjustment
Image
curvature
Screen
7. Adjustment Procedure
a. Move projection lens to be at center position of DMD
b. Rotate fixed screw counterclockwise around 15 to 30 degree (loosen it)
c. Adjust the image adjustment screw to make image on screen from corner position
to center position to be clear
d. Tighten the fixed screw
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(A) Move PJ Lens at center position of DMD
Input projector with cross pattern, then zoom-in and zoom out projection lens that center cross
image overlap by adjusting lens shift.
(B) Rotate fixed screw counterclockwise around 15 to 30 degree (loosen it)
Fixed
Screw
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(C1)Adjust image adjustment screw to make image on screen from corner position to center
position to be clear
Image Criteria
Pixel Shape is clear
Coma flare is less then
2.5 pixel
(C2)Adjustment Hint
If upper area image
on screen is ahead of
screen then rotate
image adjustment
screw clockwise of
upper screw
4
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(D) Tighten fixed screw then glue it
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6. Security Notice
6-1. Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector
The projector has an inbuilt security feature to lock the OSD control panels and deny remote control
operation. The security feature has no default keyword; in the first instance of enabling the security
feature, the user must define a keyword.
Locking the Projector
To setup the security keyword, refer to the following guide.
1.
Press Menu on the OSD control
panel on the projector or remote
control to display the Main
Menu. Scroll to the Setting
menu using ▲or▼ and press
Select.
2.
The Setting menu is displayed.
Select the Installation tab using
◄or► and select PIN code lock
using ▲or▼. Press Select.
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You are prompted to enable the
PIN code lock Function. Select
OK and press Select.
Select On using the ▼ button.
4.
The PIN code lock window is
displayed. Enter a keyword
between 4 and 10 characters
using ▲▼◄►. Press Select.
5.
Once a successful keyword is
entered, a confirmation screen is
displayed. Enter the same
password as the previous step
and write it down for later
reference. Press Select. A
security activation message is
displayed. Select Cancel to
return to the Setting menu or
select OK to enable PIN code
lock.
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6-2. Unlocking the Projector
To unlock the projector, refer to the following guide.
1.
When the projector is locked,
either by request during
operation or at start up, the
locked message is displayed.
2.
To unlock the projector, press
Menu on the control panel or
remote control. The keyword
window is displayed. Enter the
previously defined keyword to
activate the projector.
6-3. Security Function Notice
if you are not know the PIN code lock or key lock code and required to repair the projector, or a customer forgot
the security code, you can use the special key to release these function. See as follows description:
Function
Security Reset
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PIN code lock / Key lock
PJ Key or RC
PJ Key
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7. Circuit Protections
This projector provides 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.
7-1. Fuse
Two fuse are located inside of the projector.
a. Protection Board.
b. Power Board.
When the POWER indicator is not lightning, the fuse may be opened.
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7-2. Thermostat
There are two thermostat inside of the projector to detect the internal temperature rising
abnormally.
When the internal temperature reaches near 120˚C, the thermostat opens to stop the
operation of the main board circuit.
The thermostats will automatically return to normal condition when the internal temperature
becomes normal (about 75˚C).
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7-3. Bimetal
There are two bimetal inside of the projector to detect the lamp temperature rising abnormally.
When the lamp1 temperature reaches near 110˚C or lamp2 temperature reaches near 130˚C,
the bimetal opens to stop the operation of the power supply circuit.
The bimetal will automatically return to normal condition, when the lamp temperature becomes
normal (about lamp1=85˚C, lamp2=105˚C).
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7-4. Lamp Interlock Switch
The lamp interlock switch cuts off the drive signal to the lamp circuit when the lamp cover is
removed or not closed completely.
After opening the lamp cover for replacing the lamp ass’y, place the lamp cover correctly
otherwise the projector can not turn on.
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8. Maintenance
8-1. Cleaning the projector
1. Cleaning the Cabinet
Refer to the following guide to clean the projector cabinet.
1. Wipe off dust with a clean dampened cloth.
2. Moisten the cloth with warm water and mild detergent and wipe the cabinet.
3. Rinse all detergent from the cloth and wipe the projector again.
CAUTION
To prevent discoloration or fading of the case, do not use abrasive
alcohol-based cleaners.
2. Cleaning the Lens
Refer to the following guide to clean the projector lens.
1. Apply a little optic lens cleaner to a clean, lint free cloth (do not apply the cleaner directly to the lens).
2. Lightly wipe the lens in a circular motion.
CAUTION
Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
To prevent discoloration or fading, avoid getting cleaner on the projector
case.
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3. Cleaning the Filters
The projector uses three filters to keep the fans free of dust and other particles, and should be cleaned every
500 hours of operation. In dustier environments, it is recommended to clean the filters more frequently. If the
filter is dirty or clogged, your projector may overheat. When the message below is displayed the filters must
be cleaned.
Note:
When the Please clean filter message is displayed, please clean or replace all three filters at the
same time to synchronize the hours used display.
The Filter Message item should be enabled in the Options menu.
Refer to the following guide to clean the filters.
1.
The left-side and rear
filters can be cleaned as
demonstrated in the
following image
Note: Only clean the
outside of the exhaust
vents with a vacuum
cleaner.
The left-hand filter can be
accessed as shown.
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The rear filter can be
accessed as shown.
Once the filters are cleaned, please reset the filter hours via the Clear Filter Hours option in the Reset Menu
Descriptions and Functions.
Note:
Using the projector without the air filter fitted inside, dirt and dust are sucked into the projector,
causing failure.
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4. Cleaning the optical parts
Carry out cleaning of the main unit and interior when replacing
the lamp or making inspections.
The glass cleaner used with the following parts is as follows.
Product name : Kei-Dry Wiper 132-S (Kureshia Co., Ltd.)
1)Cleaning the Projection Lens
*When dust and fingerprints, etc. are on the lens surface, use
the designated glass cleaner to remove as shown in the figure
at the right. For fingerprints and other soiling that are difficult
to remove with a dry cloth, use a designated glass cleaner
which has been moistened in water and then use a dry cloth
to dry it off.
*The projection lens surface has a special coating. Do not use
detergents or solvents on the surface.
2) Cleaning the Color Wheel Assy
*The color filter is made of thin glass. Be very careful when
handing the filter.
*In case of fingerprints, etc. on the surface, clean in the same
way as the projection lens unit as described in item 1). Do not
use detergents as this could cause peeling of the color filter.
3) Cleaning the DMD
*The DMD surface is glass and can be cleaned. However, avoid
scratches as these can have a direct influence on the image.
*In case of dust on the DMD surface use an air cleaner ( with a
device to prevent static, if possible) to clean off the surface.
*In case of fingerprints, etc., add a small amount of water to the
designated glass cleaner and wipe off in one direction. Then
use the designated dry glass cleaner to wipe off in the same
direction.
*Do not use absolute alcohol or other substances that could
leave streaks after drying.
4) Cleaning the Reflecting Mirror
*Be careful not to touch the reflecting mirror. The surface is
composed of vapor deposition silver and touching it directly
with the hands can lead to burnishing.
*Do not clean other than with air.
5) Cleaning the Main Unit
*Clean with a soft fuzz-free cloth. In case of severe soiling, use
a well-wrung cloth dipped in a neutral agent to remove soiling
and then finish with a dry cloth.
*Do not clean with thinner, benzene or similar agents as this
could lead to deterioration or peeling of paint.
*In case of dust in suction or exhaust holes or the interior,
disassemble the main unit and use air to remove the dust from
the inside.
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8-2. Replacing Consumable Parts
During the course of normal usage, consumable parts become worn out resulting in reduced
performance. The following guides detail how to replace the various consumable parts within the
projector quickly and safely.
Before replacing any of the parts, please take note of the following:
a. Ensure that the projector is turned off and disconnected from the power supply.
b. Ensure that the projector is in a clean, stable position before replacing parts.
c. Allow at least one hour after shutdown for the projector to cool before attempting to replace any
consumable parts.
d. Do not interchange Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 after the projector has been used once.
e. Doing so will not allow the projector to display the correct lamp usage hours.
1. Replacing the Lamp
When a lamp reaches the end of it’s usable life, the following message is displayed. Replace the lamp.
The projection lamps should be replaced when they burn out. They should only be replaced with a certified
replacement part, contact your local dealer if unsure.
Note:
1. Lamps are positioned differently. Take care not to force the lamps when replacing.
2. Installation of both lamp modules (Lamp 1 and Lamp 2) is required to operate the projector in dual
or single lamp mode. If only a single lamp module is installed, the projector's lamp will not turn on and
will appear as a lamp failure
3. Lamps last approximately 2000-2100 hours (2500-2600 hours in Eco mode) and the End of lamp
life message is displayed during the lamps' final 100 hours of operational life. Please replace during
2000-2100 hour.
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Important:
1. The lamp contains a certain amount of mercury and should be disposed of according to local
ordinance regulations.
2. Avoid touching the glass surface of the new lamp: doing so may shorten its operation life.
3. The lamp’s useful life ends and projector could not turn on over 2100 hours. Please have the
projector serviced.
To replace the lamp, refer to the following guide.
1.
Remove the four screws on
the lamp cover (A), and lift
the lamp cover as shown
(B).
2.
Loosen the two captive
screws on the lamp module
(A). Lift the module handle
up as shown (B).
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Pull firmly on the module
handle in the direction shown
to remove the lamp.
4.
Reverse steps 1 to 3 to install
the new lamp module and
replace the lamp cover.
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2. Resetting the Lamp Hours Counter
After replacing the lamp(s), the lamp hour counter(s) should be reset to zero. Refer to the following guide:
1.
Press the Menu button on the
OSD control panel or
Remote Control to open the
Main menu.
2.
Press the ▲or▼ button to
move to the Reset menu and
press Select.
3.
The Reset menu is displayed.
Select Clear Lamp 1 or
Clear Lamp 2 as required
using ▲or▼ and press
Select.
4.
A confirmation box is
displayed. Select OK using
◄ or ► and press Select to
reset the selected Lamp hours
to zero.
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9. Factory Preset Display Mod
1.The following table shows compatible signal types, their resolution and frequency refresh rates.
Horizontal: 15kHz, 31kHz to 90 kHz
Vertical: 50 Hz to 85 Hz
SIGNAL
RESOLUTION
FREQUENCY REFRESH
FREQUENCY REFRESH
(DPI)
RATE (KHZ)
RATE (HZ)
NTSC
–
–
15.73
60.00
PAL
–
–
15.63
50.00
PAL60
–
–
15.73
60.00
SECAM
–
–
15.63
50.00
VESA
D
640 x 480
31.47
59.94
MAC
D
640 x 480
35.00
66.67
VESA
D
640 x 480
37.86
72.81
VESA
D
640 x 480
37.50
75.00
VESA
D
640 x 480
43.27
85.01
VESA
D
800 x 600
35.16
56.25
VESA
D
800 x 600
37.88
60.32
VESA
D
800 x 600
48.08
72.19
VESA
D
800 x 600
46.88
75.00
VESA
D
800 x 600
53.67
85.06
MAC
D
832 x 624
49.72
74.55
VESA
D
1024 x 768
48.36
60.00
VESA
D
1024 x 768
56.48
70.07
MAC
D
1024 x 768
60.24
74.93
VESA
D
1024 x 768
60.02
75.03
VESA
D
1024 x 768
68.68
85.00
VESA
D
1152 x 864
67.50
75.00
VESA
D
1280 x 960
60.00
60.00
VESA
D
1280 x 1024
63.98
60.02
VESA
D
1400 x 1050
65.30
60.00
HDTV (1080i)
–
1920 x 1080
33.75
HDTV (1080i)
–
1920 x 1080
28.13
50.00
HDTV (720p)
–
1280 x 720
45.00
60.00
HDTV (720p)
–
1280 x 720
37.50
50.00
SDTV (576p)
–
–
31.25
50.00
SDTV (480p)
–
–
31.47
59.94
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Note:
Images above flagged with "D" are supported by digital signal.
An image with higher or lower resolution than the projector’s native resolution (1024 x 768) will be
compressed.
Some Composite and Sync on Green signals may not be displayed correctly.
Signals other than those specified in the table above may not be displayed correctly. If this should
happen, change the refresh rate or resolution on your PC. Refer to Display Properties help section of
your PC for procedures.
2. Throw Distance and Screen Size
Example of GB940G:
The further your projector is from the screen or wall, the larger the image. The minimum size the im- age can
be is approximately 40 inches (1 m) measured diagonally when the projector is roughly 65
inches (1.7 m) from the wall or screen. The largest the image can be is 500 inches (12.7 m) when the
projector is about 843 inches (21.4 m) from the wall or screen
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Diagonal
Width
Height
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GC805G
GB942G
GB940G
0.77
1.33 - 1.79
1.78 - 2.35
Distance
[inches]
[m]
[inches]
[m]
[inches]
[m]
[inches]
40
1.02
32
0.81
24
0.61
50
1.27
40
1.02
30
0.76
30.7
60
1.52
48
1.22
36
0.91
37.1
67
1.70
54
1.36
40
1.02
72
1.83
58
1.46
43
80
2.03
64
1.63
48
84
2.13
67
1.71
[m]
[inches]
[m]
[inches]
[m]
41.7 -
1.06
-
55.8
-
1.42 -
0.78
52.6 -
1.34
-
70.4
-
1.79 -
0.94
63.5 -
1.61
-
85.0
-
2.16 -
41.6
1.06
71.1 -
1.81
-
95.2
-
2.42 -
1.10
44.9
1.14
76.6 -
1.94
-
102.5
-
2.60 -
1.22
50.0
1.27
85.3 -
2.17
-
114.1
-
2.90 -
50
1.28
52.6
1.34
89.6 -
2.28
-
120.0
-
3.05 -
90
2.29
72
1.83
54
1.37
56.5
1.44
96.2 -
2.44
-
128.7
-
3.27 -
100
2.54
80
2.03
60
1.52
63.0
1.60
107.0 -
2.72
-
143.3
-
3.64 -
120
3.05
96
2.44
72
1.83
75.9
1.93
128.8 -
3.27
-
172.5
-
4.38 -
150
3.81
120
3.05
90
2.29
95.3
2.42
161.5 -
4.10
-
216.2
-
5.49 -
180
4.57
144
3.66
108
2.74
114.6
2.91
194.1 -
4.93
-
260.0
-
6.60 -
200
5.08
160
4.06
120
3.05
127.6
3.24
215.9 -
5.48
-
289.1
-
7.34 -
210
5.33
168
4.27
126
3.20
226.8 -
5.76
-
303.7
-
7.71 -
240
6.10
192
4.88
144
3.66
259.5 -
6.59
-
347.5
-
8.83 -
261
6.63
209
5.30
157
3.98
282.3 -
7.17
-
378.1
-
9.60 -
270
6.86
216
5.49
162
4.11
292.1 -
7.42
-
391.2
-
9.94 -
300
7.62
240
6.10
180
4.57
324.8 -
8.25
-
435.0
-
11.05 -
350
8.89
280
7.11
210
5.33
379.2 -
9.63
-
507.9
-
12.90 -
400
10.16
320
8.13
240
6.10
433.7 -
11.02
-
580.8
-
14.75 -
450
11.43
360
9.14
270
6.86
488.1 -
12.40
-
653.7
-
16.60 -
500
12.70
400
10.16
300
7.62
542.6 -
13.78
-
726.6
-
18.46 -
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Diagonal
Width
Height
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GB949G
GB957G
2.22 - 4.43
4.43 - 8.3
Distanc
[inches]
[m]
[inches]
40
[m]
1.02
[inches]
32
[m]
0.81
[inches]
24
0.61
69.4 -
50
1.27
40
1.02
30
0.76
60
1.52
48
1.22
36
0.91
67
1.70
54
1.36
40
1.02
72
1.83
58
1.46
43
1.10
80
2.03
64
1.63
48
1.22
142.9 -
84
2.13
67
1.71
50
1.28
150.3 -
90
2.29
72
1.83
54
1.37
161.3 -
100
2.54
80
2.03
60
1.52
120
3.05
96
2.44
72
1.83
150
3.81
120
3.05
90
2.29
180
4.57
144
3.66
108
2.74
200
5.08
160
4.06
120
210
5.33
168
4.27
126
240
6.10
192
4.88
261
6.63
209
270
6.86
300
7.62
350
[m]
[inches]
[m]
1.76 -
139.2 -
3.54 -
87.8 -
2.23 -
175.3 -
4.45 -
106.2 -
2.70 -
211.5 -
5.37 -
119.0 -
3.02 -
236.8 -
6.01 -
128.2 -
3.26 -
254.8 -
6.47 -
3.63 -
283.7 -
7.21 -
3.82 -
298.2 -
7.57 -
4.10 -
319.9 -
8.12 -
179.7 -
4.56 -
356.0 -
9.04 -
216.4 -
5.50 -
428.3 -
10.88 -
271.6 -
6.90 -
536.6 -
13.63 -
326.7 -
8.30 -
645.0 -
16.38 -
3.05
363.5 -
9.23 -
717.3 -
18.22 -
3.20
381.9 -
9.70 -
753.4 -
19.14 -
144
3.66
437.0 -
11.10 -
861.8 -
21.89 -
5.30
157
3.98
475.6 -
12.08 -
937.7 -
23.82 -
216
5.49
162
4.11
492.2 -
12.50 -
970.2 -
24.64 -
240
6.10
180
4.57
547.3 -
13.90 -
1078.6 -
27.40 -
8.89
280
7.11
210
5.33
639.2 -
16.24 -
1259.2 -
31.98 -
400 10.16
320
8.13
240
6.10
731.1 -
18.57 -
1439.9 -
36.57 -
450 11.43
360
9.14
270
6.86
823.0 -
20.90 -
1620.5 -
41.16 -
500 12.70
400 10.16
300
7.62
914.9 -
23.24 -
1801.2 -
45.75 -
Caution:
Ceiling installation must be done by a qualified professional.
Contact your dealer for more information.
It is not recommended you install the projector yourself.
Only use the projector on a solid, level surface.
Serious injury and damage can occur if the projector is dropped.
Do not use the projector in an environment where extreme temperature occurs.
The projector must be used at temperatures between 41 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius)
and 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius).
Screen damage will occur if the projector is exposed to moisture, dust or smoke.
Do not cover the vents on the projector. Proper ventilation is required to dissipate heat. Damage to
the projector will occur if the vents are covered.
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10. Spare part list_ Sanyo ( PDG-DXT10 Series ) v.10
Item
Type
P/N
01
Cover
3455355500
CASE SECC TOP
02
Cover
3455354701
BRACKET AL LAMP COVER
03
Cover
3455354500
BOTTOM SECC
04
Cover
3455354401
FRONT COVER AL
05
Cover
3455355001
BRACKET AL REAR
06
Cover
3455355800
HANDLE SECC
07
Cover
3455354800
BRACKET SECC IO1
08
Cover
3455355200
BRACKET SECC IO2
09
Button
3392093000
BUTTON1 ABS 94V0 BLK
10
Button
3392050701
BUTTON2 ABS 94V0 BLK
11
Button
3392038904
QUICK BUTTON PC 94V0 BLK
12
Fan Outlet
3392080900
FAN OUTLET PC 94V0 BLK
13
Cap
3392038200
CAP LENS PC 94V0 TRASNPARENT
14
Foot
3392055000
ADJ FOOT R PC 94V0 WHITE
15
Fan
3620039511
DC FAN ASSY NFB1212M-F00 L300/240 120 B
16
Fan
3620039611
DC FAN ASSY NFB1212M-F00 L180/120 120 B
17
Fan
3620631111
DC FAN ASSY BFB0612H-R00 L550/490 60 B
18
Fan
3620842611
DC FAN ASSY AFB0812HD-AF00 L60/20 80 B
19
Fan
3620921011
DC FAN ASSY AFB0912H-AF00 L45/25 92 B
20
Fan
3620427011
DC FAN ASSY AFB04512HB-R00 L280/220 45 B
21
Fan
3620710911
DC FAN ASSY BFB0712HD-AF00 L200/140 70 B
22
Fan
3620921111
DC FAN ASSY BFB0712HD-AF00 L110/50 70 B
23
Fan
3620842511
DC FAN ASSY AFB0812MD-AR00 L320/260 80 B
24
DB
5610010401
DB ASSY H6T
25
Board
5600600344
PWB ASSY INLET THERMAL BD DP-3650
26
Board
5600600340
PWB ASSY DMD THERMAL BD DP-3650
27
Board
5600600389
PWB ASSY DISCHARGE BD DP-3650
28
Board
5600600351
PWB ASSY FRONT IR BD DP-3650
29
Board
5600600823
PWB ASSY AUDIO FAN BD DP-3650
30
Board
5600600379
PWB ASSY POWER BD DP-3650
31
Board
5600600383
PWB ASSY PROTECTION BD DP-3650
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Board
5600600824
PWB ASSY MAIN BD DP-3650
33
Board
5600600891
PWB ASSY IO BD DP-3650
34
Board
5600600343
PWB ASSY LAMP1 COVER DP-3650
35
Board
5600600345
PWB ASSY LAMP2 COVER BD DP-3650
36
Board
5600600560
KEYPAD BOARD ASSEMBLY
37
Board
5600600360
PWB ASSY BACK IR BD DP-3650
38
Ballast
0990075400
LAMP DRIVER 260W PULSE 4AC O3
39
Lamp
5811100560
MODULE LAMP HOUSING ASSY VIVITEK DP-3650
40
Lens shift
5811100139-S
41
Optic engine
3797690500
OPTICAL ENGINE ASSY VIVITEK DP-3650
42
CW
5811100565
MODULE CW4 ASSY VIVITEK DP-3650
43
CW
5811100566
MODULE CW6 ASSY VIVITEK DP-3650
44
CW
3250705400
PLATE CW RGBW FPC110 GLASS 65 T0.7
45
CW
3250705300
PLATE CW RGBCMY FPC110mm GLASS 65 T0.7
46
IO label
3205163401
NAME PLATE PC 136.29*136.29 T0.254
47
IR window
3390128800
IR WINDOW PC 94V0 PURPLE
48
Switch
3606004801
SWITCH ASSY DP3650 IO
49
Switch
3606003700
SWITCH ASSY DP-3650 LAMP COVER
50
FFC Cable
3081502700
CABLE FFC L108 WHITE
51
Thermostat
3791026301
THERMOSTAT ASSY DP3650
52
Speaker
3791025100
SPEAKER ASSY R DP3650
53
Speaker
3791025200
SPEAKER ASSY L DP3650
54
Cushion
3501418500
END BLOCK EPE 639*544*198
55
Cushion
3501418600
END BLOCK EPE 639*544*160
56
PE bag
3500957300
BAG PE 450x530x0.06
57
Carton
TBD
Carton Paper
58
CD
TBD
CD SOFTWARE
59
manual
TBD
MANUAL QUICK START
60
Card
5010077201
CARD WARRANTY VIVITEK ENG
61
Remote
5041812501
REMOTE CONTROLLER 27KEYS DP-3618 JA CA
62
Power Code
3090107601
AC POWER CORD 3P #18*3C L1800 BLK
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11. Required adjustments when the parts replaced
● necessary doing in repair center
Take Actions
Replaced
Main Board
Color Wheel Index
Adjustment
Calibrate VGA, YUV
●
●
IO Board
& Video Adjustment
Focus Adjustment
●
Audio Board
Color Wheel
●
Optical Engine
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