Sharp PG-M10S Service manual

PG-M10SU/SE
PG-M10XU/XE
SERVICE MANUAL
SERVICE-ANLEITUNG
S90i7PG-M10SU
DLP PROJECTOR
DLP PROJEKTOR
PG-M10SU/SE
PG-M10XU/XE
MODELS
MODELLE
In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations in some countries) the set should be restored
to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.
Im lnteresse der Benutzersicherheit (erforderliche Sicherheitsregeln in einigen Ländern) muß das Gerät in seinen
Originalzustand gebracht werden. Außerdem dürfen für die spezifizierten Bauteile nur identische Teile verwendet
werden.
CONTENTS / INHALT
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SPECIFICATIONS .............................................. 2
NOTE TO SERVICE PERSONNEL .................... 3
OPERATION MANUAL ...................................... 4
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY ............... 10
REPLACING THE LAMP .................................. 15
BLOCK DIAGRAM OF OPTICAL SYSTEM
PRINCIPLE ...................................................... 16
OPTICAL ADJUSTMENT AND MEASURING .. 17
SAFETY DEVICE ............................................. 20
TROUBLE SHOOTING TABLE ........................ 21
BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................................... 43
PARTS LIST ..................................................... 44
PACKING OF THE SET ................................... 51
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• TECHNISCHE DATEN ..................................... 22
• HINWEISE FÜR DAS
WARTUNGSPERSONAL ................................. 23
• BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG ............................. 24
• ZERLEGUNG UND ZUSAMMENBAU ............. 30
• AUSWECHSELN DER LAMPE ........................ 35
• BLOCKDIAGRAMM FÜR OPTISHES
SYSTEMPRINZIP ............................................ 36
• OPTISCHE EINSTELLUNGEN UND
MESSUNG ....................................................... 37
• SICHERHEITSEINRICHTUNG ........................ 40
• FEHLERSUCHTABELLE ................................. 41
• BLOCKSCHALTBILD ....................................... 43
• ERSATZTEILLISTE .......................................... 44
• VERPACKEN DES GERÄTS ........................... 51
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Lamp Replacement
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Note:
Since the lamp reaches a very high temperature
during units operation replacement of the lamp
should be done at least one hour after the power
has been turned off. (to allow the lamp to cool off.)
Installing the new lamp, make sure not to touch the
lamp (bulb) replace the lamp by holding its reflector
2.
[Use original replacement only.]
The light source, metal halide lamp, in the DLP
projector emits small amounts of UV-Radiation.
AVOID DIRECT EYE AND SKIN EXPOSURE.
To ensure safety please adhere to the following:
1. Be sure to wear sun-glasses when servicing the
projector with the lamp
turned “on” and the top
enclosure removed.
1 Lamp
2 Reflector
DANGER ! –– Never turn the power on without the
lamp to avoid electric-shock or damage of the
devices since the stabilizer generates high voltages
at its start.
2. Do not operate the lamp outside of the lamp housing.
Since small amounts of UV-Radiation are emitted
from an opening between the duct cover and the
lamp housing, it is recommended to place the LENS
CAP on the opening during servicing to avoid eye
and skin exposure (Fig. 1).
Notes:
3. Do not operate for more than 2 hours with the
enclosure removed.
» Please obtain a lens cap before servicing a model
PG-M10SU/SE, PG-M10XU/XE that is received
without one.
» The color wheel is running at high speed. Do not
touch it nor bring anything nearby.
COLOR WHEEL
LENS CAP
UV-Radiation and Medium Pressure
Lamp Precautions
1. Be sure to disconnect the AC plug when replacing
the lamp.
2. Allow one hour for the unit to cool down before
servicing.
3. Replace only with same type lamp. Type BQCPGM10X//-1 rated 85V/130W.
4. The lamp emits small amounts of UV-Radiation, avoid
direct-eye contact.
5. The medium pressure lamp involves a risk of
explosion. Be sure to follow installation instructions
described below and handle the lamp with care.
Figure 1.
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Location of Controls
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Reomte Control
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Connections
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Pin Assignments
Dimensions
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DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
1. Preparations and precautions
● Tools required
1. Phillips screwdriver, Nos. 1 and 2
2. Phillips and bladed precision screwdrivers
3. Anti-static wrist band
4. Hexagonal wrench (opposite side: ___ mm)
● Precautions for disassembly and reassembly
1. Before starting the procedure, unplug the power cable.
2. Some parts are still hot immediately after operation. Wait until they have cooled down.
3. Restore the components, screws and wires in their original positions.
4. Follow the important notes in handling the components and carrying out the job.
5. Be careful not to confuse the specific component parts for different models.
6. Do not tamper with the unit to ensure safety.
2.Disassembly and reassembly
1) Front panel (See Fig. 1 and Fig. 1-A.)
Remove the two screws (S-8) shown in Fig. 1.
Remove the front panel as shown in Fig. 1-A.
Note: Take care not to damage the IR cable.
2) Top cover (See Fig. 2.)
Remove the two louver screws (S-8) shown in Fig.
2.
Remove the top cover as shown in Fig. 2.
Note: Take care not to damage the speaker cable.
Top Cover
S-8
S-8
Fig. 1
Louver
Screw
Louver
Screw
2
Fig. 2
1
Front Panel
Fig. 1-A
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3) Speaker, buttons, etc. (See Fig. 3.)
As shown in Fig. 3, remove the nuts, speaker button
OP, and LED lens. Undo the hooks and remove
front buttons.
5) Disassembling the front panel (See Fig. 5.)
Remove the screw (S-12) shown in Fig. 5, and
detach the front door.
Remove the screw (S-4) and take out the IR PWB.
Remove the two screws (S-1) and detach the plates.
Remove the screw (S-4) each off the right and left
front hooks, and detach the hooks.
S-25
S-25
LED
Lens
Button
OP
Speaker Ass’y
S-4
S-18
S-12
S-1
S-4
S-4
Front Foot
Top Cover
Front Door
Fig. 3
Fig. 5
4) Insulation barrier, urethane foam shield, etc. (See
Fig. 4.)
As shown in Fig. 4, the front cabinet is lined with
the barrier sheet.
6) F/E PWB (See Fig. 6.)
Remove the screw (S-13) and two screws (S-5)
shown in Fig. 6, and disconnect the connectors.
Remove the screw (S-13) and two RGB spacers,
and detach the connector panel.
Top Cover
S-13
S-5
S-23
S-13
RGB Spacer
S-23
Connector
Panel
S-5
S-23
F/E PWB
Fig. 4
Fig. 6
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7) Lamp driver (See Fig. 7.)
Remove the two screws (S-16 and S-17 each)
shown in Fig. 7, and dismount the lamp driver.
9) Heat sink (See Fig. 9.)
Remove the two screws (S-11) shown in Fig. 9, and
detach the heat sink.
Note: Be careful to fit the heat sink in the correct
direction.
S-16
S-19
Heat Sink A
S-11
Heat Sink B
Lamp Driver
S-17
Fig. 9
Fig. 7
10)DMD and F/M PWB (See Fig. 10.)
Remove the four screws (S-9) shown in Fig. 10,
and detach the DMD and F/M PWB from the lens
base.
Note: Take care not to touch the elastomer, DMD
surface or terminals, and F/M PWB terminals
by finger. When reassembling, be careful not to
allow dust or dirt on the parts. Special care
should be taken in handling the DMD, elastomer
and F/M PWB, which will directly affect the image
quality.
8) Lens base (See Fig. 8.)
Remove the four screws (S-7) shown in Fig. 8, and
detach the lens base.
Note: When disassembling or reassembling, be careful
not to get the wires caught. Do not dismount
the spherical mirror and the cylinder mirror out
of the lens base. Otherwise the adjustment will
be lost to produce shadows at the corners of
the screen.
S-7
S-7
F/M PWB
F/M Angle
Lens Base
Elastomer
S-7
DMD
Elastomer
Holder
Fig. 10
Fig. 8
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11)Projection lens (See Fig. 11.)
Remove the three screws (S-7) shown in Fig. 11,
and detach the projection lens.
Note: When reassembling, be careful not to damage
the spherical mirror inside of the lens base.
Wheel Cover
Wheel Sensor
S-4
S-7
Fig. 13
Projection lens
S-7
Fig. 11
12)Color wheel (See Figs. 12 and 13.)
Remove the two screws (S-9) shown in Fig. 12, and
detach the color wheel from the lens base.
Remove the two screws (S-4) shown in Fig. 13, and
detach the wheel cover from the color wheel.
Remove the wheel screw shown in Fig. 13, and
detach the wheel sensor.
Note: When reassembling, be careful not to tighten
the screws too much. Otherwise the color wheel
mat come in contact with other components
nearby and fail to rotate. Readjustment will be
needed if the color wheel and the wheel sensor
have been replaced. (Refer to page __.)
13)Light tunnel and aperture (See Fig. 14.)
Remove the three screws (S-7) shown in Fig. 14,
and detach the light tunnel from the lens base.
Remove the two screws (S-4) shown in Fig. 14, and
detach the aperture from the lens base.
Note: Do not disassemble the light tunnel.
S-7
Light Tunnel
Color wheel
S-7
Aperture
S-4
S-9
Fig. 14
S-9
Fig. 12
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14)Lamp housing (See Fig. 15.)
Remove the three screws (S-7) shown in Fig. 15,
and detach the lamp housing from the bottom cover.
Remove the screws (S-15) shown in Fig. 15, and
detach the thermistor and thermistor plate.
Remove the screw (S-7) shown in Fig. 15, and
detach the ballast lock base.
With the lamp housing taken out, the 40 fan
assembly (DC) can be detached.
Note: Take note of the wiring for the 40 fan assembly,
which goes below the lamp housing.
40FAN(DC)
16)Front and rear feet (See Fig. 17.)
As shown in Fig. 17, press the hook (1) first and
then the hook (2). Remove the front feet.
Turn the rear feet away out of place.
Remove the screw (S-7) shown in Fig. 17, and
detach the lamp limit switch.
S-7
Lamp Limit
Switch
Rear Foot
S-7
Lamp housing
S-15
Thermistor
Ass’y
S-7
Thermistor
Plate
S-15
Front Foot
Fig. 17
Fig. 15
15)Power unit (See Fig. 16.)
Remove the two screws (S-7) shown in Fig. 16, and
detach the fan base from the cover.
Remove the screws (S-5 and S-10 one each) and
the two D/M spacers shown in Fig. 16, and detach
the power unit.
S-5
S-10
D/M Spacer
40FAN(L)
S-7
Power Unit
S-7
Fan Base
Fig. 16
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REPLACING THE LAMP
● Tools required
1. A soft sheet on which the projector is placed upside down. It is to protect the unit against scratches.
2. Phillips screwdriver No. 1
● Precautions in replacing and handling the lamp
1. Be sure to unplug the power cable before starting the procedure. (For prevention of electric shock)
2. Make sure that the lamp has cooled down before replacement. (For prevention of burns)
3. Do not give intense shock or vibration to the lamp. (For prevention of breakage and injury)
4. Do not disassemble the lamp.
● Replacement procedure
1) Remove the screw off the lamp cover.
5) Install a new lamp unit into position.
2) Detach the lamp cover.
6) Tighten up the three screws in the lamp unit.
3) Remove the three screws off the lamp unit.
7) Mount the lamp cover and fix it with the screw.
4) Take out the lamp unit by holding its grip.
8) Reset the total lamp timer.
●Select the lamp time menu, and keep pressing the
POWER ON button of the remote controller for 10
seconds or longer.
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BLOCK DIAGRAM OF OPTICAL SYSTEM PRINCIPLE
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G B R W
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●Names of parts and operating specifications
1 Lamp
The AC light source lamp flickers 300 times per second.
2 RGBW color filter
This color filter splits the light into RGB and W components.
The W (White) component contributes to the reproduction
of bright white color. The rotation-detecting sensor should
get in sync with the timing to turn off the lamp at the seam
of color filter. The maximum rotating speed is 7200 rpm.
3 Condenser lens and light tunnel
This lens condenses the light that is split in RGB and W
components by the color filter, and projects it to the
effective area of the reflection mirror 1. Adoption of the
light tunnel has enhanced the illuminance ratio in
peripheral area of image, reducing the difference in
brightness between screen center and peripheries. The
image can be reproduced clearly at every corner of the
screen.
4 Reflection mirror 1 & 2
This mirror reflects the light projected to the effective area
of the DMD.
5 DMD chip
This chip turns on and off in proportion to each color
component per dot depending on the input source.
6 Projection lens
This lens enlarges and projects the incident light coming
from the DMD.
7 Screen
Projected light (RGB and W components) is interpreted
by the viewer's eye as composite color image due to afterimage phenomenon.
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OPTICAL ADJUSTMENT AND MEASURING
1.Adjustment of color wheel sensor
● Adjustment needed
1. When the color wheel unit has been replaced
2. When the color wheel sensor has been replaced
3. When the optical drive unit has been replaced (if a deviation from normal setting is found)
4. When the F/E PWB has been replaced (if a deviation from normal setting is found)
● Tools required
1. Personal computer (run on Windows 95/98)
2. RGB cable
3. Dedicated application program (white.exe program commonly used for both models UP and U2)
4. Wrench (5 mm)
5. Projection screen (normally white)
Note: During the adjustment, be careful not to touch the lamp and other hot components.
● Procedure
1. Adjustment should be done with the top cover and
the front panel removed.
2. Connect the projector to the PC (RGB mode).
3. Start up the dedicated application program
(white.exe) on the PC.
4. Press the "6" key on the keyboard. After the pattern
shown in Fig. 1 at right has appeared, press the
"R" key to get the red image displayed for checking.
Check the other colors as well (*1).
5. When part of the image does not appear in red,
loosen the wheel screw shown in Fig. 2 below and
slide the wheel sensor up or down. Fix the wheel
sensor again at the position where the color
deviation disappears.
6. Finally press the "Q" key on the keyboard to finish
the program.
Fig.1
Wheel Sensor
Wheel Screw
Fig.2
●1:The basic black and white patterns are registered in the numeric keys 0 thru 9 on the keyboard. The colors can be
changed to any of White(W), Black(K), Red(R), Green(G), Blue(B), Magenta(M) and Cyanic(C).
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2.Measuring illuminance
● Tools required
1. Personal computer (run on Windows 95/98)
2. Projection screen (normally white)
3. Light distribution point display program (Lumens.exe program commonly used for both models UP and U2)
4. Illumination meter
● Measuring lumen value
Connect the projector to the PC, and starts lighting.
Start up the light distribution point display program
(Lumens.exe) on the PC. Make the room dark. (A
darkroom is recommended.) Measure the illuminance
at the nine points shown at right. Put the measured
illuminance into the following equation to obtain the
lumen value.
B
A
Lumen value (L)
= (Average illuminance of 9 points) x (Projected area in m2)
={(P1+P2+ • • • +P9) / 9} x (A xB)
● Evenness of illuminance
Put the measured illuminance into the following equation to obtain the evenness of illuminance.
Evenness of illuminance (%) = (The lowest illuminance measured out of 9 points) / (Average illuminance of 9 points)
= [MIN.(P1~P9) / {(P1+P2+ • • • +P9) / 9}] x 100
● Peripheral illuminance ratio
Put the measured illuminance into the following equation to obtain the peripheral illuminance ratio.
Peripheral illuminance ratio (%) = (Average illuminance at P1, P3, P7 and P9) / (Illuminance at P5)
= {(P1+P3+P7+P9) / 4} / P5] x 100
The factory settings are as follows.
Model PG-M10X
Lumen value: Min. 500 Lm Evenness of illuminance: Min. 50%
Model PG-M10S
Lumen value: Min. 500 Lm Evenness of illuminance: Min. 50%
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Peripheral illuminance ratio: Min. 80%
Peripheral illuminance ratio: Min. 80%
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3.Precautions in disassembling the optical mechanism
DMD assembly
This assembly can be disassembled. But be careful not to allow dust and fingerprint on it. Otherwise
the images may be adversely affected.
Color wheel
Once disassembled, this part may
need readjustment.
Condenser lens ass'y
Spherical
mirror
Cylinder mirror
Do not separate the spherical
mirror and cylinder mirror from
the lens base (46).
If the condenser lens or mirror has not
been correctly adjusted, there will be
shades on the projection screen.
(Usually shades appear on the righthand edge or at the bottom right corner of the screen.)
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SAFETY DEVICE
1.Internal temperature detection
The lamp housing has a built-in thermostat which puts out the lamp when the temperature becomes 110°C.
Similarly, the power supply unit and lamp driver have thermostats which terminate power supply and driver operation
when the temperature reaches 120°C and 115°C, respectively.
2.Lamp unit interlocking switch
The lamp will not light up unless the lamp cover is mounted.
3.Fault-finding status LED indicator
When the lamp fails to light up, the status LED indicator starts flickering. Different flickering intervals help identify
the cause. (Refer to the figure at right and the table below.)
LED condition
Meaning
Correction
OFF (kept off)
Normal condition
ON (kept on)
Total lamp timer has exceeded
1000 hours.
Replace the lamp with new one, and reset the
total lamp timer.
Flickers with a cycle of one
second (0.5 sec. ON and
0.5 sec. OFF)
Lamp cover is not mounted correctly.
Mount the lamp cover correctly.
Temperature protector is activated.
If room temperature is too high, relocate the projector to cooler area. If the projector's internal
temperature rises abnormally, check the cooling fan vent hole and the unit's bottom vent hole.
Clean them if they are clogged.
Temperature protector still activated. Power may fail to come
on if the main power switch is
turned on just after it has turned
off.
Wait for one minute, and try again to turn on the
power switch.
Lamp light-up voltage error detector is activated.
Wait for one minute, and try again to turn on the
power switch.
Flickers with a cycle of 8
seconds (4 sec. ON and 4
sec. OFF)
Fan is nor running.
Check the fan.
Flickers with a cycle of 12
seconds (6 sec. ON and
6sec. OFF)
Lamp fails to light up.
Wait for one minute or longer, and try again to
turn on the power switch. Make internal check
if the condition is not improved.
Flickers with a cycle of 4
seconds (2 sec. ON and 2
sec. OFF)
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TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
1.Troubleshooting in general
Symptom
Possible causes
Correction
Power is not supplied.
The unit does not go into
stand-by mode.
1. Power cable not connected to power
outlet.
2. Power cable damaged.
3. No power supplied to power outlet.
1. Connect the power cable correctly.
2. Replace the power cable.
3. Check the circuit breaker.
Image does not appear.
Lamp does not light up.
(Status LED indicator
flickers.)
1. Lamp blown out.
2. Total lamp time exceeding 1100
hours.
3. Lamp cover not mounted correctly.
4. Protector circuit activated due to high
internal temperature.
1. Replace the lamp.
2. Replace the lamp, and reset the total lamp timer.
3. Mount the lamp cover correctly.
4. Check the operating environment. Check to see if
the vent holes are not blocked.
Image does not appear.
Lamp is on.
1. Incorrect input selection.
2. Incorrect cable connection.
3. Cable disconnected or connector pin
broken.
4. Brightness or contrast set to
minimum.
5. Closed shutter.
6. Turning on PC power switch before
connecting to the projector when
notebook PC is used.
1. Select the correct input.
2. Check the cable connection.
3. Replace the cable.
4. Make adjustment with the program menu.
5. Open the shutter.
6. First hook up the PC to the projector and then turn
on the PC power.
Image is distorted.
1. Incorrect placement of the projector.
1. Check the placement condition.
Image is blurred.
1. Lens out of focus.
2. Incorrect angle between the
projection screen and the projector.
3. Projection distance out of the range
for correct focusing.
4. Dew condensation on the lens.
5. Stained lens or optical unit.
1. Adjust focus with the focus ring.
2. Set the screen and the projector lens at right angles.
3. Make the projection distance within the range for
correct focusing.
4. Wait until dew condensation disappears.
5. Clean the lens or optical unit.
Image is dislocated either horizontally or
vertically.
1. Screen's horizontal or vertical position
maladjusted.
2. Clock frequency maladjusted.
3. Resolution and frequency not
corresponding to input signal.
1. Make adjustment with the program menu.
2. Manually adjust the clock frequency and phase.
3. Check the PC's resolution setting.
Remote controller is
not working.
1. Does signal transmission indicator
(LED) flicker? If no flickering,
batteries are dead. Even when the
indicator flickers, signal transmission
may be ineffective due to low battery
voltage.
2. Obstruction between the remote
controller and receiver on the
projector.
3. Operation out of effective range of
remote controller.
4. Intense light or fluorescent lamp
existing near the receiver.
1. Replace the batteries with new ones.
2. Remove obstruction or change the operation
position.
3. Use the remote controller within its effective range.
4. Relocate the projector to a place not affected by
intense light, or turn off the light.
Wireless mouse does
not work.
1. Wrong connection between the PC
and the projector's mouse terminal.
2. PC started up before connecting to
the projector's mouse terminal.
1. Check the connection.
2. Start up the PC after connection.
Status indicator LED
flickers.
1. Refer to the description for the status
LED (on page 20).
1. Check the flickering intervals and take proper
measures.
Characters flitter or
colors deviate with
RGB input.
1. Poor adjustment in AUTO mode.
2. Adjustment made in MANU mode.
1. Manually adjust the clock frequency and phase.
2. Press the AUTO button.
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Part No.
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Description
Code
Ref. No.
Part No.
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
/ BLOCKSCHALTBILD
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Ref. No.
Description
Code
SPEAKER
F
IR-SENSOR
PORM
E
POPA
CN20
CN2
POSP
D
DC
POWER
SUPPLY
UNIT
F/E PWB
CN1
COLOR
WHEEL
WHEEL-SENSOR
LAMP
DRIVER
PODC
PODB
C
POLB
POLA
PODA
POFA
LAMP-SW
LAMP
POFB
TEMPERTURE
-SENSOR
B
J2
RAMP
-FAN
F/M PWB
DV-PSU
-FAN
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
43
7
8
9
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Description
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PARTS REPLACEMENT
AUSTAUSCH VON TEILEN
Parts marked with "å" are important for maintaining the safety of
the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
Ersatzteile, die besondere Sicherheitseigenschften haben, sind in
dieser Anleitung markiert. Elektrische Komponenten mit solchen
Eigenshaften sind in den Ersatzteil durch "å" gekenn-zeichnet.
Der Gebrauch von Ersatzteilen, die nicht deselben Sicherheitseigenschaften haben wie die vom Hersteller empfohlenen ud in der
Bedienungsanleitung angegebenen, können zur Ursache von
Blitzeinschlägen, Bränden und anderen Gefahren werden.
Les pieces marquées "å" sont importantes pour maintenir la sécurité
de l'appareil. Ne remplacer ces pieces que par des pieces dont le
numéro est spécifié pour maintenir la sécurité et protéger le bon
fonctinnement de l'appareil.
"WIE MAN ERSATSTEILE BESTELLT"
Damit Ihre Bestellung promt und korrekt ausgeführt wird, geben Sie
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"HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS"
To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the
following informations.
in USA:
1. MODEL NUMBER
2. REF. NO.
3. PART NO.
4. DESCRIPTION
5. CODE
6. QUANTITY
1. MODELL NR.
3. ERSATZTEIL NR.
5. KODE
2. REF. NR.
4. BESCHREIBUNG
6. QUANTITÄT
★ MARKIERUNG : ERSATZTEILE-LIEFERUNG
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For location of SHARP Parts Distributor,
Please call Toll-Free; 1-800-BE-SHARP
in CANADA: Contact SHARP Electronics of Canada Limited
Phone (416) 890-2100.
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PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES
(UNIT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
9FU770503000
9FU770821500
9FU770821600
9FU770508000
9FU770507000
J
J
J
J
J
IR Sensor Unit
F/E Unit (PG-M10X)
F/E Unit (PG-M10S)
Lamp Driver Unit
DC Power Supply Unit
AZ
DU
DU
CW
CV
CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
TOP CABINET SECTION
9FU770821210
J Top Cover Ass’y (PG-M10S)
9FU770820310
J Top Cover Ass’y (PG-M10X)
Not Available
– Top Cover
Not Available
– Button OP
Not Available
– LED Lens
Not Available
– Foot Button
Not Available
– Foot Button Spring
Not Available
– Sensor Cover R
Not Available
– Insulation Board
Not Available
– Heat Conductive Both
Sides Tape S
Not Available
– Heat Conductive Both
Sides Tape B
Not Available
– Insulation Board Friction
Tape
Not Available
– Insulation Board Spacer
Not Available
– Top Cover Urethane Form L
Not Available
– Top Cover Mesh
Not Available
– Insulation Sheet F/E
Not Available
– U3 Gasket
9FU770519000
J Speaker Ass’y
CC
CC
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
BA
44
Part No.
9FU770821300
9FU770820500
9FU177032504
9FU770326000
9FU770328000
9FU770327000
9FU177041806
9FU770503000
9FU770511000
9FU770408000
9FU770409000
9FU770821410
9FU770820610
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
9FU770329000
9FU770413000
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J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
–
–
–
–
J
J
Description
Code
Front Panel (PG-M10S)
BT
Front Panel (PG-M10X)
BT
Slider Plate
AL
Slider Spring (1)
AD
Slider Spring (2)
AD
Slider Holder
AE
Push Slider
AN
IR PWB
AZ
IR Cable Ass’y
AL
Front Hook (1)
AF
Front Hook (2)
AF
Front Door Ass’y (PG-M10S)BG
Front Door Ass’y (PG-M10X) BG
Front Door
—
Front Door Slide Sheet (1) —
Front Door Slide Sheet (2) —
Front Door Reflect Sheet
—
Louver Screw
AD
Spacer D/M
AH
PG-M10SU/SE
PG-M10XU/XE
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7
S-8
2
1
Code
3
6
J
Description
4
S-20
S-8
I
10
H
12
14
16
9
G
17
34
15
11
8
S-20
F
13
S-1
E
33
S-7
27
D
23
18
21
19
S-22
C
S-2
22
28
20
S-7
S-8
S-12
S-8
26
25
B
S-4
24
32
30
29
31
S-8
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
45
7
8
9
10
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PG-M10XU/XE
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50
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61
62
63
CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS
(Continued)
PWB Section
35
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
46
9FU770821600
9FU770821500
9FU770820800
9FU770820900
9FU770415000
9FU770426000
9FU770414000
9FU770505000
9FU770508000
9FU770802600
9FU770407000
9FU770821000
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
F/E PWB (PG-M10S)
F/E PWB (PG-M10X)
Connector Panel
Connector Sheet
Spacer RGB
Lens Base Urethane Form
Lamp Driver Stud
Limit SW Board Ass’y
Lamp Driver-U
Insulate Sheet L/D-N
Lamp Driver Lodk Base
Louver Panel
DU
DU
AY
AG
AH
AC
AM
AZ
CW
BB
AG
AY
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9FU770417100
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
9FU770814700
9FU770821700
9FU770814600
9FU770517000
9FU770412000
9FU770405000
9FU770406000
9FU770402000
9FU770524000
9FU177044200
9FU770522000
J
–
–
–
–
–
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
Description
Code
Lamp House Ass’y-U
Lamp House-U
Lamp House Mesh
Lamp House Guard
Insulation Varrier
Lamp House Mesh Tape
Lamp fan Spacer
Thermistor Ass’y
40 Fan Ass’y L-H
40 Fan Ass’y DC
Fan Cushion
Fan Vibration Proof Rubber
Fan Guard
Fan Base
Core
Fan Fence
Ground Lead
56
62
58
S-7
F
60
57
S-13
35
S-5
S-18
S-13
36
37
38
S-18
S-7
S-3
55
63
E
S-7
50
61
59
S-5
53
48
S-7
D
54
52
39
S-7
S-16
47
51
46
S-7
52
S-7
49
41
C
S-7
45
40
S-7
B
43
44
A
S-17
1
2
3
4
42
5
6
46
7
8
9
10
BC
—
—
—
—
—
AL
AR
BK
BK
AD
AC
AD
AH
AR
AG
AG
PG-M10SU/SE
PG-M10XU/XE
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71
72
73
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75
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77
78
79
80
CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS
(Continued)
BOTTOM COVER SECTION
64
65
66
67
68
69
9FU770820400
9FU177043004
9FU770413000
9FU770826800
9FU770507000
9FU770825000
J
J
J
J
J
J
Bottom Cover
Inlet Spacer
Spacer D/M
Spacer Tube
DC Power Unit
Insulation Sheet DC-1
BW
AL
AH
AD
CV
BB
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9FU770825200
9FU770424000
9FU770314000
9FU770320000
9FU770322000
9FU770820710
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
BQC-PGM10X//1
J
J
J
J
J
J
–
–
–
–
J
Insulation Sheet DC-2
Insulation Sheet DC-3
Rear Foot
Rear Foot Rubber
Front Foot
Lamp Cover Ass’y
Lamp Cover
Lamp Cover Screw
Lamp Cover Screw Spring
Lamp Cover Guard
Lamp Ass'y
BB
AH
AL
AF
BA
BC
—
—
—
—
CS
65
S-10
66 67
F
S-21
S-5
66
70
E
69 71
68
D
72
73
C
73
64
80
B
S-19
79
74
75
78
76
A
1
2
3
77
4
5
73
6
47
7
8
9
10
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CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS
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OPTICAL SECTION
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82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
9FU770800000
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
9FU770801900
9FU770800100
J
–
–
–
–
–
–
J
J
Lens Base Ass’y
Lens Base
Spherical Mirror
Cylinder Mirror
Aparture
Lens Base Cover
Lens Base Sheel
Insulation Sheet LB-U
Projection Lens Unit
CM
—
—
—
—
—
—
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91
92
93
94
95
96
97
9FU770157000
9FU770130000
9FU770139000
9FU770140000
9FU770504000
9FU770416000
9FU770439000
9FU770551000
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
97
9FU770510000
J
98
99
100
9FU177041004
9FU177040303
9FU177040403
J
J
J
Description
Code
Condenser Lens Ass’y
Colour Wheel Ass’y
Wheel Cover
Rubber Sheet
Wheel Sensor Board Ass’y
Wheel Screw
Wire Sticker SD-10
DMD Set, 97-A~D
(PG-M10S)
DMD Set, 97-A~D
(PG-M10X)
Push F/M Board
Heat Sink A
Heat Sink B
CD
CE
AQ
BB
AZ
AD
AD
GE
HL
AL
AG
AG
F
95
S-14
94
92
97
97-D
E
91
98
S-4
93
S-9
97-C
S-7
97-B
96
97-A
D
86
90
S-9
87
S-7
S-11
100
C
85
88
82
S-7
B
S-7
83
89
99
81
84
S-7
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
48
7
8
9
10
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Label Section
101
101
102
9FU770821900
9FU770821800
9FU770822000
J Standard Label (PG-M10S) AQ
J Standard Label (PG-M10X) AQ
J Hot Caution Label
AD
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103
9FU770822100
104
105
106
9FU770822200
9FU770824000
9FU770824100
107
9FU770826700
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J Lens Attention Indication
Plate
J Lamp Caution Sheel A
J Hot Caution Sheel 3
J Thunder Caution Indication
Plate
J Attention Indication Board
(Swedish)
AE
103
105
F
102
E
101
D
104
C
105
B
106
A
107
1
2
3
4
5
6
49
7
8
9
10
AF
AD
AD
AE
PG-M10SU/SE
PG-M10XU/XE
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SCREWS, NUTS AND WASHERS
S-1
S-2
S-3
S-4
S-5
S-6
S-7
S-8
S-9
S-10
S-11
S-12
S-13
S-14
S-15
S-16
S-17
S-18
S-19
S-20
S-21
S-22
9FU957620020
9FU951122551
9FU953930650
9FU951220450
9FU952320430
9FU952320450
9FU951220550
9FU951220430
9FU951220830
9FU952140510
9FU959161220
9FU953120351
9FU953220530
9FU951221010
9FU953226510
9FU953230650
9FU951630550
9FU957220530
9FU958440200
9FU958615000
9FU957240810
9FU957220650
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
Washer, x1
Screw, x4
Screw, x1
Screw, x4
Screw, x3
Screw, x1
Screw, x27
Screw, x5
Screw, x7
Screw, x1
Screw, x2
Screw, x1
Screw, x2
Screw, x1
Screw, x1
Screw, x1
Screw, x1
Washer, x2
Cut Washer, x1
Push Nut, x9
Washer, x1
Washer, x3
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SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
50
108
108
109
110
9FU770822600
9FU770822500
9FU770612000
9FU770824800
J
J
J
J
111
112
9FU770611000
9FU753321500
J
J
113
114
115
9FU770822800
9FU770822900
9FU770825700
J
J
J
115
9FU770826300
J
115
9FU770826400
J
116
116
116
9FU770823000
9FU770825800
9FU770826100
J
J
J
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
9FU770826500
9FU770825500
9FU770826200
9FU770825900
9FU770825600
Not Available
Not Available
9FU770823200
9FU770625000
9FU770823400
9FU770823300
9FU770822400
Not Available
9FU770726000
J
J
J
J
J
–
–
J
J
J
J
J
–
J
124
124
124
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
9FU770727000
9FU770728000
9FU770729000
9FU770826600
9FU770703000
9FU770704000
9FU770709000
9FU770708000
9FU770710000
9FU770706000
9FU770707000
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
Packing Case (PG-M10S)
Packing Case (PG-M10X)
Sleeve
Polyethylene Bag
(for Machine)
Accessory Box
Bag (for Operation Manual
and Accessories)
Operation Manual
Quick Start Guide
User Registration Form
(for USA)
User Registration Form (for
Canadian English area)
User Registration Form (for
Canadian French area)
Warranty Card
Warranty Card (for USA)
Warranty Card (for
Canadian English area)
Bag (for Card)
Envelope (for USA)
USA Label
Sticker (for USA)
User Guide Line (for USA)
No. Card
Carton Label
Carrying Case
Accessory Pad
Inner Case
Remote Controller
Remote Controller Label
Batteries
AC Cord (1.8m) for USA
and Canada
AC Cord (1.8m) for Europe
AC Cord (1.8m) for UK
AC Cord (1.8m) Australia
AC Cord Attention Label
Viideo Cable (1P 1m)
Audio Adapter
S-Video Cable (1m)
RGB Cable (1m)
MINI Jack Cable (1m)
PS/2 Mouse Cable
USB Mouse cable
AQ
AQ
AW
AG
AM
AC
BD
AG
AH
AG
AG
AL
AE
AE
AG
AF
AD
AG
AG
—
—
BQ
AF
BA
BX
AH
—
AW
AX
BA
AX
AF
AN
AS
AR
BB
AP
AS
AS
PG-M10SU/SE
PG-M10XU/XE
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OF THE
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127
129
125
113 114 115 116
117
124
121
126
131
US
PL
122
128
112
123
120
112
119
118
111
110
109
109
108
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PG-M10XU/XE
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COPYRIGHT © 2000 BY SHARP CORPORATION
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
No part of this publication may be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in
any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without
prior written permission of the publisher.
DJapan PJapanTQ0986-S
Sept. 2000 Printed in Japan
In Japan gedruckt
SHARP CORPORATION
AV Systems Group
Quality & Reliability Control Center
Yaita, Tochigi 329-2193, Japan
SY. KY
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