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LC-40D68UT
SERVICE MANUAL
No. S40F340D68UT/
LCD COLOR TELEVISION
MODEL
LC-40D68UT
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.
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTION
IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION ............................................................i
PRECAUTIONS A PRENDRE LORS DE
LA REPARATION ...............................................ii
PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE
SOLDER ........................................................... iii
OUTLINE
MAJOR SERVICE PARTS ................................iv
CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICATIONS
[1] SPECIFICATIONS ......................................... 1-1
CHAPTER 2. OPERATION MANUAL
[1] OPERATION MANUAL .................................. 2-1
CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS...................4-1
CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT
[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ......................5-1
[2] PUBLIC MODE SETTING PROCEDURE
......5-25
CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
[1] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE ......................6-1
CHAPTER 7. OVERALL WIRING/BLOCK DIAGRAM
[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ......................7-1
[2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM .........................7-2
Parts Guide
CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS
[1] DIMENSIONS ................................................ 3-1
Parts marked with "
" 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.
This document has been published to be used for
after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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SAFETY PRECAUTION
Service Manual
IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION
Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all safety checks and the
servicing guidelines which follow:
„WARNING
•
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be
attempted.
Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt, or higher, sensitivity or measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.
•
Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a
return to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, knobs
and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage
drop across the resistor.
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing.
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE.
All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug connection
reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized adaptor plug must be used
only for the purpose of completing these checks.)
Any reading of 0.75 Vrms (this corresponds to 0.5 mA rms AC.) or
more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which
must be corrected before returning the monitor to the owner.
F701 (250V 6.3A)
F721 (300V 2A)
F4732 (250V 1A)
DVM
AC SCALE
„BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire &
Shock Hazard)
1.5k ohm
10W
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following
safety checks:
3. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched,
and check that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and
other metal parts in the receiver.
0.15 µF
TEST PROBE
4. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs,
insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment
covers or shields, isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical
insulators, etc.
5. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current in
the following manner.
•
Plug the AC cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet.
•
Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet
parts and a known earth ground, such as electrical conduit or electrical ground connected to an earth ground.
TO EXPOSED
METAL PARTS
CONNECT TO
KNOWN EARTH
GROUND
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SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD color television have
special safety-related characteristics.
For continued protection, replacement parts must be identical to those
used in the original circuit.
These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection, nor
can protection afforded by them be necessarily increased by using
replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not have the same
safety characteristics as the factory recommended replacement parts
shown in this service manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.
Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are
identified in this manual; electrical components having such features
are identified by "
" and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts List
and Schematic Diagrams.
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PRECAUTIONS A PRENDRE LORS DE LA REPARATION
Ne peut effectuer la réparation qu' un technicien spécialisé qui s'est parfaitement accoutumé à toute vérification de sécurité et aux
conseils suivants.
AVERTISSEMENT
• A l'aide de deux fils à pinces, brancher une résistance de 1.5 kΩ
10 watts en parallèle avec un condensateur de 0.15µF en série
avec toutes les pièces métalliques exposées du coffret et une terre
connue comme une conduite électrique ou une prise de terre
branchée à la terre.
1. N'entreprendre aucune modification de tout circuit. C'est dangereux.
2. Débrancher le récepteur avant toute réparation.
• Utiliser un voltmètre CA d'une sensibilité d'au moins 5000Ω/V pour
mesurer la chute de tension en travers de la résistance.
PRECAUTION: POUR LA PROTECTION CONTINUE CONTRE LES RISQUES D'INCENDIE,
REMPLACER LE FUSIBLE
• Toucher avec la sonde d'essai les pièces métalliques exposées qui
présentent une voie de retour au châssis (antenne, coffret métallique, tête des vis, arbres de commande et des boutons, écusson,
etc.) et mesurer la chute de tension CA en-travers de la résistance.
Toutes les vérifications doivent être refaites après avoir inversé la
fiche du cordon d'alimentation. (Si nécessaire, une prise
d'adpatation non polarisée peut être utilisée dans le but de terminer ces vérifications.)
La tension de pointe mesurèe ne doit pas dépasser 0.75V (correspondante au courant CA de pointe de 0.5mA).
Dans le cas contraire, il y a une possibilité de choc électrique qui
doit être supprimée avant de rendre le récepteur au client.
F701 (250V 6.3A)
F721 (300V 2A)
F4732 (250V 1A)
VERIFICATIONS CONTRE L'INCEN-DIE ET LE
CHOC ELECTRIQUE
Avant de rendre le récepteur à l'utilisateur, effectuer les vérifications suivantes.
3. Inspecter tous les faisceaux de câbles pour s'assurer que les fils
ne soient pas pincés ou qu'un outil ne soit pas placé entre le châssis et les autres pièces métalliques du récepteur.
DVM
ECHELLE CA
4. Inspecter tous les dispositifs de protection comme les boutons de
commande non-métalliques, les isolants, le dos du coffret, les couvercles ou blindages de réglage et de compartiment, les réseaux
de résistancecapacité, les isolateurs mécaniques, etc.
1.5k ohm
10W
5. S'assurer qu'il n'y ait pas de danger d'électrocution en vérifiant la
fuite de courant, de la facon suivante:
•
0.15 µF
SONDE D'ESSAI
Brancher le cordon d'alimentation directem-ent à une prise de courant de 120V. (Ne pas utiliser de transformateur d'isolation pour
cet essai).
AUX PIECES
METALLIQUES
EXPOSEES
BRANCHER A UNE
TERRE CONNUE
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AVIS POUR LA SECURITE
Pour assurer la protection, ces pièces doivent être identiques à celles
utilisées dans le circuit d'origine. L'utilisation de pièces qui n'ont pas
les mêmes caractéristiques que les pièces recommandées par l'usine,
indiquées dans ce manuel, peut provoquer des électrocutions, incendies, radiations X ou autres accidents.
De nombreuses pièces, électriques et mécaniques, dans les téléviseur ACL présentent des caractéristiques spéciales relatives à la sécurité, qui ne sont souvent pas évidentes à vue. Le degré de protection ne peut pas être nécessairement augmentée en utilisant des
pièces de remplacement étalonnées pour haute tension, puissance,
etc.
Les pièces de remplacement qui présentent ces caractéristiques sont
identifiées dans ce manuel; les pièces électriques qui présentent ces
particularités sont identifiées par la marque " " et hachurées dans la
liste des pièces de remplacement et les diagrammes schématiques.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER
„Employing lead-free solder
•
“PWBs” of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF symbol indicates lead-free solder, and is attached on the PWBs and service manuals. The
alphabetical character following LF shows the type of lead-free solder.
Example:
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.
„Using lead-free wire solder
•
When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder, apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional lead wire solder may cause damage or accident due to cracks.
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher than the lead wire solder by 40 °C, we recommend you to use a dedicated soldering
bit, if you are not familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or soldering bit, contact our service station or service branch in your area.
„Soldering
•
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is about 220 °C which is higher than the conventional lead solder by 40 °C, and as it has poor
solder wettability, you may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the PWB for extended period of time. However, Since the land may be
peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance temperature of parts may be exceeded, remove the bit from the PWB as soon as you confirm the
steady soldering condition.
Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to turn on and off the power of the bit as
required.
If a different type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after every use of it.
When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper.
•
Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.
Lead-free wire solder for servicing
PARTS CODE
ZHNDAi123250E
ZHNDAi126500E
ZHNDAi12801KE
PRICE
RANK
BL
BK
BM
PART
DELIVERY
J
J
J
DESCRIPTION
φ0.3mm 250g (1roll)
φ0.6mm 500g (1roll)
φ1.0mm 1kg (1roll)
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OUTLINE
Service Manual
MAJOR SERVICE PARTS
„PWB UNIT
Ref No.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Parts Code
DUNTKF463FM02
DUNTKF465FM02
DUNTKE266FM02
DUNTKF096FM01
RDENCA393WJQZ
9JS-5540T04C04
9JS-1940T04001
Description
MAIN Unit
TERMINAL Unit
KEY Unit
R/C, LED Unit
POWER Unit
LCD CONTROL Unit
INVERTER Unit
„OTHER UNIT
Ref No.
N
Parts Code
R1LK400D3LF31Z
Description
40" LCD Panel Module Unit
„IC FOR EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE SERVICE
Ref No.
IC602
IC1610
IC1611
IC1612
IC2002
IC8451
Parts Code
VHiS24CS02JHES
VHiR24002AS3YS
VHiR24002AS2YS
VHiR24002AS4YS
RH-iXC165WJN5Q
RH-iXC895WJN1S
Description
Q’ty
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
L=1000mm 4-5pins, Main to Key (KM)
L=1000mm 4pins, Main to Speaker (SP)
L=1000mm 10pins, Main to R/C LED (RA)
L=1000mm 51pins, Main to T-CON (LW)
L=1000mm 12-14pins, Main to Power (PD)
L=1000mm 14pins, Power to Inverter (LB2)
Q’ty
1
1
1
1
1
1
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
R1EX24002ASAS0A
R1EX24002ASAS0A
R1EX24002ASAS0A
R1EX24002ASAS0A
R5F212A8SNFP
MX25L6405DMI-12G
„SERVICE JIGS
Ref No.
N
N
N
N
N
N
Parts Code
QCNW-G401WJQZ
QCNW-H649WJPZ
QCNW-H762WJQZ
QCNW-K865WJQZ
QCNW-K866WJQZ
QCNW-K867WJQZ
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CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICATIONS
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Service Manual
[1] SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Model: LC-40D68UT
Size
LCD
panel
TV
Function
40" Class (40" Diagonal)
1,080)
Resolution
2,073,600 pixels (1,920
TV-standard (CCIR)
American TV Standard ATSC/NTSC System
Receiving
Channel
VHF/UHF
VHF 2-13ch, UHF 14-69ch
CATV
1-135ch (non-scrambled channel only)
Digital Terrestrial
2-69ch
Broadcast (8VSB)
Digital cable*1
(64/256 QAM)
Audio multiplex
Audio out
1-135ch (non-scrambled channel only)
BTSC System
8W
Rear
Terminals
Side
2
INPUT 1
AV in, COMPONENT in
INPUT 2
COMPONENT in
INPUT 4
ANALOG RGB (PC) in (15-pin mini D-sub female connector),
Audio in (ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack)
INPUT 6
HDMI in with HDCP, Audio in (ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack)
INPUT 7
HDMI in with HDCP
ANT/CABLE
75
AUDIO
Audio in (ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
Optical Digital audio output
OUTPUT
Audio out
INPUT 3
AV in
INPUT 5
HDMI in with HDCP
SERVICE
Software update
Unbalance, F Type
1 for Analog (VHF/UHF/CATV) and Digital (AIR/CABLE)
1 (PCM/Dolby Digital)
OSD language
English/French/Spanish
Power Requirement
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
170 W (0.4 W Standby with AC 120 V)
Weight
*2
Dimension
(W H
D)
TV + stand
33.1 lbs./15.0 kg
TV only
28.7 lbs./13.0 kg
TV + stand
38 7/ 8
TV only
Operating temperature
7
38 / 8
26 9/ 64
19
24 / 64
32°F to
12 3/ 8 inch
4 1/ 4 inch
104°F (0°C to
40°C)
*1
Emergency alert messages via Cable are unreceivable.
The dimensional drawings are shown on the Spanish operation manual.
• As part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product
improvement without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units.
There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.
*2
Optional Accessory
Part name
The listed optional accessory is available for the Liquid
Crystal Television. Please purchase it at your nearest shop.
• Additional optional accessories may be available in the near
future. When purchasing, please read the newest catalogue for
compatibility and check the availability.
1–1
Model number
Wall mount bracket
AN-37AG2
Attachment
AN-37P30
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CHAPTER 2. OPERATION MANUAL
LC-40D68UT
Service Manual
[1] OPERATION MANUAL
TV (Front)
Remote control sensor
OPC sensor*
OPC indicator
POWER indicator
* OPC: Optical Picture Control
TV (Rear/Side)
*1
*1
Antenna/Cable in
OUTPUT terminals
INPUT 3
terminals
INPUT 1 terminals
INPUT 2 terminals
INPUT 5
terminal
(HDMI)
AUDIO terminal
(shared for INPUT 4 and INPUT 6)*4
SERVICE
terminal
INPUT 7 terminal (HDMI)
*2
INPUT 6 terminal (HDMI)
POWER button
INPUT 4 terminal (PC-IN)
MENU button
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT terminal
INPUT button
Channel buttons
(CH / )
AC INPUT
terminal
Volume buttons
(VOL / )
*3
*1 External equipment connection.
*2 Button operations.
*3 Connecting the AC cord.
*4 Details on the PC Audio Select function.
• The illustrations in this operation manual are for explanation purposes and may vary slightly from the actual operations.
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Direct Button Operation
Changing Volume
You can change the volume by pressing VOL /
the TV or on the remote control unit.
on
To increase the volume, press VOL .
To decrease the volume, press VOL .
20
Audio status
Output device
Speaker
Output Select
Fixed
Variable
Variable sound
Mute
When "Output Select" is set to "Variable", the indicator on
the screen changes as shown below.
60
Details on the Output Select function.
MUTE
Mutes the current sound output.
Press MUTE.
"
" will be displayed on the screen for 30 minutes, and
the sound is silenced.
Within 30 minutes of pressing MUTE, mute can be
canceled by pressing VOL / or MUTE.
Mute will be canceled after 30 minutes have passed.
However, the TV will not suddenly output a loud sound as
the volume level is set to 0 automatically.
POWER
You can turn on the TV or put it on standby by
pressing POWER on the TV or on the remote control
unit.
Sleep Timer
Changing Channels
You can change channels by pressing CH
• (DOT).
Examples:
/
or 0–9,
Allows you to set a time when the TV automatically
switches to standby.
Press SLEEP.
The remaining time displays when the sleep timer has been set.
Each time you press SLEEP, the remaining time switches
as shown below.
Off
30
60
90
120
To select a 1 or 2-digit channel number (e.g., Channel 5):
Press 5
ENT.
To select a 3-digit channel number (e.g., Channel 115):
Press 1
1
5
ENT.
To select a 4-digit channel number (e.g., Channel 22.1):
Press 2
2
• (DOT)
1
ENT.
When selecting a 1-digit channel number, it is not
necessary to press 0 before the number.
When you enter 0–9 only, channel selection will be made if
there is no operation within a few seconds.
If you push "0" by itself, nothing will happen.
Complete the above steps within a few seconds.
When you enter 0–9 and • (DOT), channel selection will be
made if there is no operation within a few seconds.
FAVORITE CH
When set, the time automatically starts counting down.
If you want to adjust the sleep timer, you can press SLEEP
twice then change the time setting.
When it is 5 minutes before the time expires, the remaining
time will start to keep appearing every minute.
Select "Off" by pressing SLEEP to cancel the sleep timer.
The TV will enter standby when the remaining time reaches 0.
FLASHBACK
Press FLASHBACK to switch to the previously tuned
channel.
You can select 4 preset favorite channels in 4 different
categories.
Press A, B, C or D.
While watching the TV, you can toggle the selected
channels by pressing A, B, C and D.
Details of favorite channel settings.
2–2
Press FLASHBACK again to switch back to the currently
tuned channel.
FLASHBACK will not work if no channel has been changed
after the TV is turned on.
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AV MODE
AUDIO
AV MODE gives you several viewing options to choose
from to best match the surrounding environment of the
TV, which can vary due to factors like room brightness,
type of program watched or the type of image input
from external equipment.
Press AV MODE. Current AV MODE displays.
Press AV MODE again before the mode displayed on the
screen disappears. The mode changes as shown below:
Example:
When the input source is TV, INPUT 1, 2 or 3 terminals
STANDARD
MOVIE
DYNAMIC
GAME
USER [TV]
DYNAMIC (Fixed)
Example:
When the input source is INPUT 4, 5, 6 or 7 terminals
STANDARD
MOVIE
GAME
DYNAMIC
DYNAMIC (Fixed)
PC
USER[
]
STANDARD: For a highly defined image in a normal
lighting.
MOVIE: For a movie.
GAME: Lowers image brightness for easier viewing.
PC: For PC.
USER: Allows the user to customize settings as desired.
You can set the mode for each input source.
DYNAMIC (Fixed): Changes the image and sound
settings to the factory preset values. No adjustments
are allowed.
DYNAMIC: For a clear-cut image emphasizing high
contrast, useful for sports viewing.
You can select a different AV MODE item for each input
mode. (For example, select STANDARD for TV input and
DYNAMIC for INPUT 1.)
When you play games, "GAME" is recommended for AV
MODE.
PC
Allows you to gain quick access to PC mode.
Press PC.
Operating On-Screen Display Menu
You can operate the on-screen display menu by using
the following buttons.
MENU: Displays the menu screen.
/ / / , ENTER: Select a desired item on the
screen.
RETURN: Returns to the previous menu screen.
EXIT: Turns off the menu screen.
For operating the on-screen display menu, see “Menu
Operation Buttons”.
MTS/SAP stereo mode
The TV has a feature that allows reception of sound
other than the main audio for the program. This feature
is called Multi-channel Television Sound (MTS). The TV
with MTS can receive mono sound, stereo sound
and Secondary Audio Programs (SAP). The SAP
feature allows a TV station to broadcast other
information, which could be audio in another language
or something completely different like weather
information.
You can enjoy Hi-Fi stereo sound or SAP broadcasts
where available.
Stereo broadcasts: View programs like live sporting
events, shows and concerts in dynamic stereo sound.
SAP broadcasts: Receive TV broadcasts in either MAIN or
SAP sound. MAIN sound: The normal program soundtrack
(either in mono or stereo). SAP sound: Listen to a second
language, supplementary commentary or other information.
(SAP is mono sound.)
If stereo sound is difficult to hear.
Obtain a clearer sound by manually switching to fixed
mono-sound mode.
You can change MTS as shown below to match the television
broadcast signal.
Press AUDIO to toggle between audio modes.
Examples: when receiving MTS and SAP
MONO
STEREO mode: STEREO
STEREO + SAP mode: ST (SAP)
SAP (ST)
MAIN + SAP mode: MAIN
MONO mode: MONO
MONO
SAP
Digital broadcasting audio mode
The types of audio transmitted in a digital broadcast include
SURROUND as well as MONO and STEREO. In addition, it
is possible for multiple audio tracks to accompany a single
video track.
Press AUDIO to toggle between audio modes.
Example: when receiving Digital broadcasting
Audio 1: STEREO
Audio 2: STEREO
Audio 3: SURROUND
MTS only operates while in TV mode.
FREEZE
Allows you to capture and freeze a moving image that
you are watching.
Press FREEZE.
A moving image is captured.
Press FREEZE again to cancel the function.
When this function is not available, "No displaying still
image available." will display.
The still image automatically goes out after 30 minutes.
If you are using the freeze function and a broadcast
activates the V-CHIP BLOCK, the freeze function will be
canceled and a V-CHIP BLOCK message will appear.
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1 Press CC.
INPUT
To view external source images, select the input source by
pressing INPUT on the remote control unit or on the TV.
This will present the Closed Caption information display.
2 Press CC while the Closed Caption information is
still on the screen.
Press repeatedly until you select the desired closed
caption service.
Air
DIGITAL
22.1
Audio1
Video
CC
Ratings
1 Press INPUT.
A list of selectable sources appears.
2 Press INPUT again or press / to select the
Each time INPUT is pressed, the input source toggles.
TV
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
An image from the selected source automatically displays.
If the corresponding input is not plugged in, you cannot change
the input. Be sure to connect the equipment beforehand.
If a program has three services (DTVCC, CC1 and T1
(TEXT1)), the closed caption display will toggle in this
sequence:
DISPLAY
1/5 DTVCC1
Displays channel information being viewed.
Press DISPLAY.
Your TV is equipped with an internal Closed Caption
decoder. It allows you to view conversations, narration
and sound effects as subtitles on your TV. Closed
Captions are available on some TV programs and on
some VHS home video tapes at the discretion of the
program provider.
In the Closed Caption system, there can be more than
one caption service provided. Each is identified by its
own number. The “CC1” and “CC2” services display
subtitles of TV programs superimposed over the
program's picture.
2/5 CC1
3/5 CC2
4/5 T1
5/5 T2
OFF
The CC button keeps a record of the last service
selected in its memory.
If the last closed caption mode (e.g. 1/5 DTVCC) you
selected is not available for the next program, or on
another channel, the closed caption service that is
available is automatically selected.
Closed Captions and Digital Closed Captions
Not all programs and VHS videotapes offer closed
captions. Please look for the “ ” symbol to ensure
that captions will be shown.
Closed Caption
information
Example:
External equipment connection.
Press PC to switch to an image from the PC.
Digital Closed Caption service is a new caption service
available only on digital TV programs (also at the
discretion of the service provider). It is a more flexible
system than the original Closed Caption system,
because it allows for a variety of caption sizes and font
styles. When the Digital Closed Caption service is in
use, it will be indicated by the appearance of DTVCC.
MONO
1080i (16:9)
2/5 CC1
NONE
Regardless of whether or not an analog broadcast
provides Closed Caption service, the closed caption
display will toggle in the sequence: CC1, CC2, T1, and
T2.
When a digital broadcast provides Closed Caption
service, the closed caption display will toggle in the
sequence: DTVCC (actual service), CC1, CC2, T1, and
T2. CC1, CC2, T1, and T2 are always displayed.
input source.
INPUT 1
:
:
:
:
Examples:
In a case where there are two closed caption services
provided (for instance, DTVCC and CC1), and DTVCC
is displayed as your current selection, if DTVCC is not
broadcast for the next program, the other closed caption
service, CC1, will be displayed.
When “Power Saving” is set to “Standard” or “Advanced”,
the Power Saving leaf icon appears on the channel
information window. Details of Power Saving settings.
Detailed closed caption settings.
When the program contains no closed caption, “--” displays
in the closed caption information. (Only when receiving a
digital broadcast.)
Four kinds of closed caption service (CC1, CC2, T1 (TEXT1),
T2 (TEXT2)) are potentially available, but a broadcast
may contain none or only some of these services at the
discretion of the program provider.
In the Closed Caption system, the “T1 (TEXT1)” or “T2
(TEXT2)” services display text that is unrelated to the
program being viewed (e.g., weather or news). These
services are also superimposed over the program
currently being viewed.
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VIEW MODE
You can select the screen size.
1 Press VIEW MODE.
The View Mode menu displays.
The menu lists the View Mode options selectable for the type of video signal currently being received.
2 Press VIEW MODE or / while the View Mode menu is displayed to select a desired item on the menu.
You can sequentially select a View Mode that has its own aspect ratio.
For 4:3 programs
Example: Screen size images
Side Bar
S.Stretch (Smart stretch)
Suitable for stretching 4:3
Suitable for viewing
conventional 4:3 programs in programs to fill the screen.
their normal format.
Zoom
Stretch
Suitable for viewing widescreen 2.35:1 anamorphic
DVDs in full screen.
This mode is useful for 1.78:1
DVDs. When viewing 1.85:1
DVDs, stretch mode will still show
very thin black bands at the top
and bottom of the screen.
For HD programs
Stretch: Suitable for viewing wide-screen 1.78:1 aspect ratio program, stretch mode will still show very thin black bands at
the top and bottom of the screen.
Dot by Dot (1080i/p only): Detects the resolution of the signal and displays an image with the same number of pixels on
the screen.
Full Screen (720p only): You can select "Full Screen" only when receiving a 720p signal.
S.Stretch (Smart stretch): Suitable for stretching 4:3 programs to fill the screen.
Zoom: Suitable for viewing wide-screen 2.35:1 aspect-ratio programs in full screen.
When using Dot by Dot or Full Screen, it is possible to see noise or bars around different outer portions of the screen. Please
change view mode to correct this.
For PC input mode
Connect the PC before making adjustments.
Selectable screen size may vary with input signal type.
Example: Screen size images
Input signal
Normal
Zoom
4:3
Keeps the original
aspect ratio in a full
screen display.
Input signal
Stretch
Dot by Dot
16:9
An image fully fills the
screen.
Detects the resolution
of the signal and
displays an image with
the same number of
pixels on the screen.
For viewing
widescreen
programs. The top
and bottom of the
image is cropped.
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Stretch
Dot by Dot
An image fully fills the
screen.
Detects the resolution
of the signal and
displays an image with
the same number of
pixels on the screen.
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QUICK REFERENCE
Attaching/Detaching the Stand
Setting the TV on the Wall
Before attaching (or detaching) the stand, unplug the AC
cord.
Before performing work spread cushioning over the base
area to lay the TV on. This will prevent it from being
damaged.
CAUTION
This TV should be mounted on the wall with both
the AN-37AG2 (SHARP) wall mount bracket and the
AN-37P30 (SHARP) attachment of the wall mount
bracket. The TV cannot be mounted when with
only the AN-37AG2 wall mount bracket. The use of
other wall mount brackets may result in an unstable
installation and may cause serious injuries.
Installing the TV requires special skill that should
only be performed by qualified service personnel.
Customers should not attempt to do the work
themselves. SHARP bears no responsibility for
improper mounting or mounting that results in
accident or injury.
CAUTION
Attach the stand in the correct direction.
Do not remove the stand from the TV unless using an
optional wall mount bracket to mount it.
Be sure to follow the instructions. Incorrect installation
of the stand may result in the TV falling over.
1 Confirm that there are 12 screws (all the same size)
supplied with the stand unit.
2
Using an optional bracket to mount the TV
You can ask a qualified service professional about
using an optional AN-37AG2 + AN-37P30 bracket to
mount the TV to the wall.
Carefully read the instructions that come with the
bracket before beginning work.
1 Set the post for the stand unit onto the box.
2 Attach the base to the post.
3 Insert and tighten the 8 screws into the 8 holes
on the bottom of the base.
Hold the stand unit securely with one hand, and then tighten
the screws.
Screws
3
Hanging on the wall
AN-37AG2 + AN-37P30 wall mount bracket.
(See the bracket instructions for details.)
3
2
Vertical mounting
1
Angular mounting
1
About setting the TV angle
FRONT
3
0/5/10/15/20°
1 Insert the stand into the openings on the bottom
of the TV.
2 Insert and tighten the 4 screws into the 4 holes
on the rear of the TV.
2
Screws
• The center of the display:
5
/ 16 inch (7.9 mm) under the
“A” position.
• Refer to the operation
manual of 37AG2/AN-37P30
for details.
2
Soft cushion
Detach the cable clamp on the rear of the TV when using
the optional mount bracket.
Due to the terminal configuration on this TV, when you
wall-mount this model, make sure there is enough space
between the wall and the TV for the cables.
To use this TV mounted on a wall, remove the covers at
the 4 locations on the rear of the TV, and then use the
screws supplied with the wall mount bracket to secure the
bracket to the rear of the TV.
1
1
To detach the stand, perform the steps in reverse order.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Solution
• No power
• Check if you pressed POWER on the remote control unit.
If the indicator on the TV does not light up, press POWER on the TV.
• Is the AC cord disconnected?
• Has the power been turned on?
• Unit cannot be operated.
• External in-fluences such as lightning, static electricity, may cause improper
operation. In this case, operate the unit after first turning off the power of the TV or
unplugging the AC cord and replugging it in after 1 or 2 minutes.
• Remote control unit does not
operate.
•
•
•
•
•
• Picture is cut off/with sidebar
screen.
• Is the image position correct?
• Are screen mode adjustments such as picture size made correctly?
• Strange color, light color, or
color misalignment
• Adjust the picture tone.
• Is the room too bright? The picture may look dark in a room that is too bright.
• Power is suddenly turned off.
• Is the sleep timer set?
• Check the power control settings.
• The unit's internal temperature has increased. Remove any objects blocking vent or
clean.
• No sound
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Are batteries inserted with polarity (+, -) aligned?
Are batteries worn out? (Replace with new batteries.)
Are you using it under strong or fluorescent lighting?
Is a fluorescent light illuminated near the remote control sensor?
Is "RC Control Lock" selected in "Operation Lock Out"?
Is connection to other components correct?
Is the volume too low?
Is “Variable” selected in “Output Select”?
Have you pressed MUTE on the remote control unit?
Check the audio output of the connected external equipment. Is the volume too low
or muted?
When external equipment is connected via an HDMI cable, you may need to
configure the audio to be output through the HDMI cable.
When audio is not output from external equipment connected to the INPUT 4 or
INPUT 6 terminal, check the "PC Audio Select" setting.
Even when external equipment is connected using an HDMI-certified cable, an audio
cable connection may be required depending on the type of equipment and the
media being played back. In this case, in addition to connecting an HDMI-certified
cable to the INPUT 6 (HDMI) terminal, connect a ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable to
the AUDIO terminal and set "PC Audio Select" to "INPUT6 (HDMI)".
When connecting a PC via an HDMI-certified cable, check the following:
- Is the audio output of the PC configured correctly? Check the audio output
settings and output audio format in Sound Properties on the PC.
Only PCM format audio can be output. Compressed audio (with a sampling rate of
32kHz, 44.1kHz, or 48kHz) and DTS format audio cannot be output.
- Depending on the board, only video signals may be output. In this case, in addition
to connecting an HDMI-certified cable to the INPUT 6 (HDMI) terminal, connect a
ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable to the AUDIO terminal and set "PC Audio Select"
to "INPUT6 (HDMI)".
If you are using a DVI-HDMI conversion cable to connect external equipment to the
TV, check the following:
- Is an audio cable connected? The DVI-HDMI conversion cable is for video only.
Connect a ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable to listen to the audio.
- Is INPUT 6 being used? When the TV is connected to another HDMI terminal, the
audio and video are not output together even if a ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable
is connected to the shared AUDIO terminal for INPUT 4 and INPUT 6.
- Is "INPUT4 (PC)" selected in "PC Audio Select"?
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Problem
• No picture
Possible Solution
•
•
•
•
•
Is connection to other components correct?
Is correct input signal source selected after connection?
Is the correct input selected?
Is “On” selected in “Audio Only”?
If the PC image is not displayed, check the following:
- When connecting a laptop PC to the TV, check that display output mode of the
PC is set to external monitor.
- Check the resolution setting on the PC. Is a non-compatible signal being input?
• Picture quality of HD programs is • To enjoy HD images from external equipment, you are required to set up HDMI
poor.
connection or component connection.
• If the program content is not of HD quality, HD images cannot be displayed. Check
that the program you are viewing provides HD images.
• The HD cable/satellite set-top box may need to be configured to output HD images
via cable/satellite.
• The cable/satellite broadcast may not support a signal resolution of 1080p.
• The TV sometimes makes a
cracking sound.
• This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and
contracts according to change in temperature. This does not affect the TV's
performance.
Troubleshooting - Error Message
The example of an error message
displayed on a screen
Possible Solution
• Failed to receive broadcast.
• Check the antenna cable. Check that the antenna is correctly setup.
• No broadcast now.
• Check the broadcast time in the program guide.
Cautions regarding use in high and low temperature environments
• When the unit is used in a low temperature space (e.g. room, office), the picture may leave trails or appear slightly delayed.
This is not a malfunction, and the unit will recover when the temperature returns to normal.
• Do not leave the unit in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the unit in a location exposed to direct sunlight or near a
heater, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the Liquid Crystal panel to malfunction.
Storage temperature: -4°F to +140°F (-20°C to +60°C)
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CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS
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[1] DIMENSIONS
Unit: inch (mm)
18 1/ 2 (470)
38
4 1/ 4
(108)
7/ 8 (987)
3 35/ 64
(90)
14 37/ 64 (370)
24 19/ 64 (617)
19 45/ 64
(500.35)
12 3/ 8
(314)
11 13/ 16 (300)
11 13/ 16 (300)
4 13/ 16
(122)
1 55/ 64
(47)
26 9/ 64 (664)
34 61/ 64 (887.8)
4 1/ 4
(108)
3
(76)
7 1/ 4
(184)
AN-37AG2
+
AN-37P30
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CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
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Manual
[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
1. Removing of Stand Unit and Rear Cabinet.
1. Remove the 4 lock screws
and detach the Stand Unit
2. Detach the 4 pieces VESA Hole Cover
3. Remove the 3 lock screws
.
.
, 9 lock screws
and detach the Rear Cabinet
.
4
5
3
6 Rear Cabinet
1
2 Stand Unit
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2. Removing of Speaker-L/R, KEY Unit Ass’y, Bottom Cover and R/C, LED Unit.
1. Disconnect SP wire and detach the Speaker-L
/Speaker-R
.
2. Detach the KEY Button Cover Ass’y.
3. Detach the KEY Unit
from KEY Button Cover
4. Detach the Bottom Cover
5. Detach the R/C, LED Unit
and disconnect KM wire.
.
and disconnect RA wire.
KEY Button
Cover Ass'y
KEY Button
Cover
3
SP
RA
KM
KM
4 KEY Unit
RA
SP
SP
Speaker-R 2
6 R/C, LED Unit
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5 Bottom Cover
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3. Removing of Connectors.
1. Disconnect the following connectors from MAIN Unit. (PD, LW)
2. Disconnect the following connectors from POWER Unit. (PD, LB2)
3. Disconnect the following connectors from LCD CONTROL Unit. (LW)
4. Disconnect the following connectors from INVERTER Unit. (LB2)
INVERTER Unit
LCD CONTROL Unit
TERMINAL Unit
LW
LB2
LB2
PD
PD LW
POWER Unit
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4. Removing of 40” LCD Panel Module Unit, TERMINAL Unit, MAIN Unit and POWER Unit.
1. Remove the 2 lock screws
, 6 hooks
and detach the 40” LCD Panel Module Unit
2. Remove the 8 lock screws
and detach the TERMINAL Unit
3. Remove the 6 lock screws
and detach the POWER Unit
/MAIN Unit
.
.
.
7
4
POWER Unit 8
5 TERMINAL Unit
1
2
2
2
40" LCD Panel 3
Module Unit
2
2
2
4–4
6 MAIN Unit
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5. Removing of MAIN PWB Angle-L/W, POWER PWB Angle, VESA Angle, Center Angle and Panel Angle-L/R.
1. Remove the 2 lock screws
, 3 lock screws
and detach the MAIN PWB Angle-L
2. Remove the 2 lock screws
and detach the MAIN PWB Angle-W
3. Remove the 4 lock screws
and detach the 2 pieces POWER PWB Angle
4. Remove the 4 lock screws
and detach the 4 pieces VESA Angle
5. Remove the 6 lock screws
and detach the 2 pieces Center Angle
6. Remove the 1 lock screw
and detach the Panel Angle-L
.
7. Remove the 1 lock screw
and detach the Panel Angle-R
.
Center Angle
10
.
.
.
.
Center Angle
11
11
6
VESA Angle 9
.
10
6
9 VESA Angle
8
8
2
1
7 POWER PWB Angle
6
VESA
Angle
6
9
VESA Angle 9
8
3 MAIN PWB
Angle-L
8
7 POWER PWB Angle
4
5 MAIN PWB
Angle-W
Panel Angle-L 13
15 Panel Angle-R
12
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CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT
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[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
The adjustment values are set to the optimum conditions at the factory before shipping. If a value should become improper or an adjustment is
required due to part replacement, make an adjustment according to the following procedure.
1. After replacement of any PWB unit and/or IC for repair, please note the following.
•
When replacing the following units, make sure to prepare the new units loaded with updated software.
MAIN Unit: DUNTKF463FM02
2. Upgrading of each microprocessor software
CAUTION: Never “POWER OFF” the unit when software upgrade is ongoing.
Otherwise the system may be damaged beyond recovery.
2.1. Software version upgrade
The model employs the following software.
•
Main software
•
Monitor microprocessor software
The main software can be upgraded by using a general-purpose USB Memory.
The monitor microprocessor software can be upgraded with E8 Emulator Debugger.
The followings are the procedures for upgrading, explained separately for the main software, monitor microprocessor software.
2.2. Main software version upgrade
2.2.1 Get ready before you start
•
USB Memory of 128MB or higher capacity.
•
PC running on Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP operating system.
•
USB Memory reader/writer or PC with a USB port.
•
The file system of a USB memory is FAT. (FAT32 is not applied)
•
Use the USB memory without other functions. (Lock and memory reader...etc)
2.2.2 Preparations
To upgrade the main software, it is necessary to get ready the USB Memory for version upgrade before you start.
Follow the steps below and create the USB Memory for version upgrade.
1. Copy the file BFN_M_xxxAx.bin for version upgrade to the root directory (folder) of the USB Memory.
NOTE: In the USB Memory drive, do not store other folders or unrelated files, or more than one file for version upgrade.
Now the USB Memory for version upgrade is ready.
2.2.3 How to upgrade the software
1. Unplug the AC cord.
2. Insert the USB Memory for version upgrade (prepared as above) into the service socket located Right side of Main Board terminals, under INPUT3
terminal.
3. Plug in the AC cord with power button pressed down after 5 seconds, releases the power button.
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4. After the unit startup, the system upgrade screen as shown below appears within 10-40 seconds.
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5. Even a single failure in the process will trigger the upgrade failure screen.
Software Update
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Failed to complete update.
Retry Software Update.
If system update fails again,
contact the customer service center.
NOTE: In the event of a failure, repeat the upgrade process. If the process repeatedly fails, it is likely that the hardware need fixing.
6. Upon completion of the whole process, the upgrade success screen as shown below appears. You can check the new software version on this
screen. The version information appears after the upgrade is complete.
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7. Unplug the AC cord and remove the USB Memory for version upgrade.
8. Now the software version upgrade is complete.
NOTE: When you are done with the software version upgrade, start the set, go to the top page of the adjustment process screen and check the main
software version information.
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2.3. Monitor microprocessor software version upgrade
1) Download “E8 Emulator” from Renesas Web site and install it.
http://america.renesas.com/sensitivity.do? downloadId=C2003512
Product Name: E8 Emulator Software V.2.11 Release 01 for M16C, H8 Upgrade (Debugger package version) Oct.24.08
2) Connect E8 Emulator Debugger to PC from USB port. (Driver of “E8 Emulator Debugger” found in CD-ROM.)
3) Connect E8 writer to LCD’s 20PIN port.
4) Run “High Performance Embedded Workshop” in start menu.
5) Confirm the screen below comes up and click “OK”.
If second time, you can select “open a recent project work”.
Choose “OK”.
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6) In the next page input information as specified below and click “OK”.
Select “Debugger only - R8C E8 SYSTEM”
Specify workspace name; any
name is OK.
Select “M16C” (initial value)
7) Select entry as below and click “
*“
(N)”
(N)” means “NEXT”
Select “R8C E8 SYSTEM”
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8) click
*
.
means “COMPLETE”.
9) Click “OK”.
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10)Select entries as specified below and click “OK”.
Select “R8C/2A Group”
Select “R5F212A8”
11)Click “
*“
(N)”.
” means “NEXT”.
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12)Click
*
.
means “COMPLETE”.
13)In the screen below, click “Debug Settings”.
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14)Select “S-Record” and click “Add”.
Select “S-Record”
15)Click “Browse” and specify the location of mot-file.
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16)Confirm the file name of mot-file appears in the dialog entry and click “OK”.
17)From main menu, continuously click “Debug”, “Download Modules” and the mot-file location, then writing process starts.
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18)Confirm the dialog-box below appears. It means the writing process completed successfully
Then shut down “High Performance Embedded Workshop”, unplug 20PIN connector, and E8 firmware updating finish.
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3. Entering and exiting the adjustment process mode
1) Before entering the adjustment process mode, the AV position RESET in the video adjustment menu.
2) While holding down the “VOL (–)” and “INPUT” keys at a time, plug in the AC cord of the main unit to turn on the power.
The letter “<K>” appears on the screen.
3) Next, hold down the “VOL (–)” and “CH (
(The “VOL (–)” and “CH (
)” keys at a time.
)” keys should be pressed and held until the display appears.)
Multiple lines of white characters appearing on the display indicate that the unit is now in the adjustment process mode.
When you fail to enter the adjustment process mode (the display is the same as normal startup), retry the procedure.
4) To exit the adjustment process mode after the adjustment is done, unplug the AC cord from the outlet to make a forced shutdown. (When the
power was turned off with the remote controller, once unplug the AC cord and plug it again. In this case, wait 10 seconds or so before plugging.)
CAUTION: Use due care in handling the information described here lest your users should know how to enter the adjustment process mode. If the
settings are tampered in this mode, unrecoverable system damage may result.
4. Remote controller key operation in adjustment process mode
Basic operation
Selecting the receiving channels
*
Using the CH (
)/(
) keys, turn up and down an actual receiving channel.
Snap press: The channels are turned up and down one by one.
Continuous press: The next receivable channel is searched.
*
Various adjustments: The items are adjusted one by one by selecting on the menu screen and using the cursor key and VOL (+) (–) keys.
*
With the CURSOR UP/DOWN keys, select an adjustment item.
*
Using the MENU key, the adjustment items are selected one after another. When the bottom item on a page is already selected and the MENU key
is pressed, the top item on the next page is selected.
*
If any item on a page is selected and the preset key is pressed, the top item on the next page is selected.
Page1 - Page2 - Page3 - Page7 - Page9 - Page10 ...
*
If any item on a page is selected and the manual memory key is pressed, the top item on the same page is selected.
*
Using the CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT keys and VOL (+) (–) keys, turn up and down the setting of a selected item.
*
When the ENTER key is pressed on any item other than I2C DATA on page 2, the setting page of the item shows up.
*
To quit the setting page, press the front screen key.
Hierarchical shift
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5. List of adjustment process mode menu
Top hierarchical menu item
Page
1
2
Item
MODEL
INCH SIZE
INDUSTRY INIT
ERROR NO RESET
PUBLIC MODE
V-CHIP
CANADIAN VCHIP
EXT CONTROL
TEMPERATURE
SYSCON VER ROM
C5 VER ROM
BOOT VER ROM
I2C DATA
I2C DATA
SOUND
TUNER
DVP
DVP-M2
OTHERS
HOTEL POWERFIX
Description
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Number of termination due to lamp error and Reset
Public mode
Monitor software version
Main software version
Refer to SOUND
Refer to TUNER
Refer to DVP
Refer to DVP-M2
Refer to OTHERS
The second hierarchical menu item
SOUND
Page
SOUND1
SOUND2
SOUND3
Item
Audio Switch
Output Trim
Flat Mode
Sound Delay Lipsync
PRESCALE FM/AM-M
PRESCALE DTV
PRESCALE HDMI
PRESCALE PC
PRESCALE AV
PRESCALE BD
PEQ1 GAIN
PEQ2 GAIN
PEQ3 GAIN
PEQ4 GAIN
PEQ5 GAIN
PEQ6 GAIN
PEQ7 GAIN
PEQ1 Fc
PEQ2 Fc
PEQ3 Fc
PEQ4 Fc
PEQ5 Fc
PEQ6 Fc
PEQ7 Fc
PEQ1 Q
PEQ2 Q
PEQ3 Q
PEQ4 Q
PEQ5 Q
PEQ6 Q
PEQ7 Q
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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Page
SOUND4
SOUND5
TUNER
Page
TUNER1
TUNER2
Item
Sub Sonic Filter
Sub Sonic Filter Fc
Virtual Surround
Band LPF Fc
Band HPF Fc
AGC Switch
AGC Mode
AGC Gain Max
AGC Gain Min
AGC Threshold
AGC Attack Time
AGC Release Time
Harmonic Switch
Harmonic Mode
Harmonic Gain
Harmonic LPF
Harmonic HPF
DRC Switch
DRC Threshold LPF
DRC Threshold HPF
DRC Ratio
DRC Attack Time
DRC Release Time
DRC LPF Fc
DRC HPF Fc
Description
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Item
TUNER SWITCH
AFT UP
AFT DOWN
LSYNC
HSYNC
LSYNC2
HSYNC2
SYNCSEP_HC
SYNCSEP_HLC
SYNCSEP_HMC
SEP_SLV
AFT 1STEPTIME
Description
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Item
TAMP1 L
YDATA
TAMP1 H
TAMP ALL
NTSC TAMP1
PAL-M TAMP
PAL-N TAMP
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
IN 5
IN 6
Description
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
DVP
Page
DVP1
DVP2-1
TUNER signal level adjustment
Standard value 1
Standard value 2
Standard value 3
Standard value 4
Standard value 5
Standard value 6
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Adjustment gradation setting.
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DVP
Page
DVP2-2
DVP3 (M2-HD)
DVP4 (M2-SD)
DVP5 (M2-PC)
DVP-M2
Page
DVP-M2 1
DVP-M2 2
Item
R6
G6
B6
R5
G5
B5
R4
G4
B4
R3
G3
B3
R2
G2
B2
R1
G1
B1
ADJ SETTING OK
AUTO GAIN-OFFSET ALL
AUTO GAIN-OFFSET
AD R GAIN
AD G GAIN
AD B GAIN
RGTAR GGTAR BGTAR
RGCAL GGCAL BGCAL
RHPOS GHPOS BHPOS
RVPOS GVPOS BVPOS
AUTO GAIN-OFFSET
AD R GAIN
AD G GAIN
AD B GAIN
RGTAR GGTAR BGTAR
RGCAL GGCAL BGCAL
RHPOS GHPOS BHPOS
RVPOS GVPOS BVPOS
AUTO GAIN-OFFSET
AD R GAIN
AD G GAIN
AD B GAIN
RGTAR GGTAR BGTAR
RGCAL GGCAL BGCAL
RHPOS GHPOS BHPOS
RVPOS GVPOS BVPOS
Item
DVP TEST PATTERN
ENDPOINT
STARTPOINT
PQ SWITCH
STD COLOR OFFSET
STD TINT OFFSET
ETC COLOR OFFSET
ETC TINT OFFSET
N358 TV CONT
N358 TV BRIGHT
N358 TV COLOR
N358 TV TINT
N358 TV SHARP V1 OVER
N358 TV SHARP V1 UNDER
N358 TV SHARP V2 OVER
N358 TV SHARP V2 UNDER
N358 TV SHARP H1 OVER
N358 TV SHARP H1 UNDER
N358 TV SHARP H2 OVER
N358 TV SHARP H2 UNDER
N358 TV SHARP H3 OVER
N358 TV SHARP H3 UNDER
Description
WB adjustment Point 6, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 6, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 6, B adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 5, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 5, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 5, B adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 4, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 4, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 4, B adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 3, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 3, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 3, B adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 2, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 2, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 2, B adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 1, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 1, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 1, B adjustment value
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Parameter for six-point adjustment
1: OK
Component 33K picture level adjustment
Component 15K picture level adjustment
Analog RGB picture level adjustment
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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Item
N358 AV CONT
N358 AV BRIGHT
N358 AV COLOR
N358 AV TINT
N358 AV SHARP V1 OVER
N358 AV SHARP V1 UNDER
N358 AV SHARP V2 OVER
N358 AV SHARP V2 UNDER
N358 AV SHARP H1 OVER
N358 AV SHARP H1 UNDER
N358 AV SHARP H2 OVER
N358 AV SHARP H2 UNDER
N358 AV SHARP H3 OVER
N358 AV SHARP H3 UNDER
525I CONT
525I BRIGHT
525I COLOR
525I TINT
525I SHARP V1 OVER
525I SHARP V1 UNDER
525I SHARP V2 OVER
525I SHARP V2 UNDER
525I SHARP H1 OVER
525I SHARP H1 UNDER
525I SHARP H2 OVER
525I SHARP H2 UNDER
525I SHARP H3 OVER
525I SHARP H3 UNDER
525P CONT
525P BRIGHT
525P COLOR
525P TINT
525P SHARP V1 OVER
525P SHARP V1 UNDER
525P SHARP V2 OVER
525P SHARP V2 UNDER
525P SHARP H1 OVER
525P SHARP H1 UNDER
525P SHARP H2 OVER
525P SHARP H2 UNDER
525P SHARP H3 OVER
525P SHARP H3 UNDER
1125I CONT
1125I BRIGHT
1125I COLOR
1125I TINT
1125I SHARP V1 OVER
1125I SHARP V1 UNDER
1125I SHARP V2 OVER
1125I SHARP V2 UNDER
1125I SHARP H1 OVER
1125I SHARP H1 UNDER
1125I SHARP H2 OVER
1125I SHARP H2 UNDER
1125I SHARP H3 OVER
1125I SHARP H3 UNDER
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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Item
750P CONT
750P BRIGHT
750P COLOR
750P TINT
750P SHARP V1 OVER
750P SHARP V1 UNDER
750P SHARP V2 OVER
750P SHARP V2 UNDER
750P SHARP H1 OVER
750P SHARP H1 UNDER
750P SHARP H2 OVER
750P SHARP H2 UNDER
750P SHARP H3 OVER
750P SHARP H3 UNDER
1125P CONT
1125P BRIGHT
1125P COLOR
1125P TINT
1125P SHARP V1 OVER
1125P SHARP V1 UNDER
1125P SHARP V2 OVER
1125P SHARP V2 UNDER
1125P SHARP H1 OVER
1125P SHARP H1 UNDER
1125P SHARP H2 OVER
1125P SHARP H2 UNDER
1125P SHARP H3 OVER
1125P SHARP H3 UNDER
DTV 525I CONT
DTV 525I BRIGHT
DTV 525I COLOR
DTV 525I TINT
DTV 525I SHARP V1 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP V1 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP V2 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP V2 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP H1 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP H1 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP H2 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP H2 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP H3 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP H3 UNDER
DTV 525P CONT
DTV 525P BRIGHT
DTV 525P COLOR
DTV 525P TINT
DTV 525P SHARP V1 OVER
DTV 525P SHARP V1 UNDER
DTV 525P SHARP V2 OVER
DTV 525P SHARP V2 UNDER
DTV 525P SHARP H1 OVER
DTV 525P SHARP H1 UNDER
DTV 525P SHARP H2 OVER
DTV 525P SHARP H2 UNDER
DTV 525P SHARP H3 OVER
DTV 525P SHARP H3 UNDER
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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Item
DTV 1125I CONT
DTV 1125I BRIGHT
DTV 1125I COLOR
DTV 1125I TINT
DTV 1125I SHARP V1 OVER
DTV 1125I SHARP V1 UNDER
DTV 1125I SHARP V2 OVER
DTV 1125I SHARP V2 UNDER
DTV 1125I SHARP H1 OVER
DTV 1125I SHARP H1 UNDER
DTV 1125I SHARP H2 OVER
DTV 1125I SHARP H2 UNDER
DTV 1125I SHARP H3 OVER
DTV 1125I SHARP H3 UNDER
DTV 750P CONT
DTV 750P BRIGHT
DTV 750P COLOR
DTV 750P TINT
DTV 750P SHARP V1 OVER
DTV 750P SHARP V1 UNDER
DTV 750P SHARP V2 OVER
DTV 750P SHARP V2 UNDER
DTV 750P SHARP H1 OVER
DTV 750P SHARP H1 UNDER
DTV 750P SHARP H2 OVER
DTV 750P SHARP H2 UNDER
DTV 750P SHARP H3 OVER
DTV 750P SHARP H3 UNDER
DTV 525I CONT
DTV 525I BRIGHT
DTV 525I COLOR
DTV 525I TINT
DTV 525I SHARP V1 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP V1 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP V2 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP V2 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP H1 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP H1 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP H2 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP H2 UNDER
DTV 525I SHARP H3 OVER
DTV 525I SHARP H3 UNDER
HDMI 525P CONT
HDMI 525P BRIGHT
HDMI 525P COLOR
HDMI 525P TINT
HDMI 525P SHARP V1 OVER
HDMI 525P SHARP V1 UNDER
HDMI 525P SHARP V2 OVER
HDMI 525P SHARP V2 UNDER
HDMI 525P SHARP H1 OVER
HDMI 525P SHARP H1 UNDER
HDMI 525P SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI 525P SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI 525P SHARP H3 OVER
HDMI 525P SHARP H3 OVER
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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Item
HDMI 1125I CONT
HDMI 1125I BRIGHT
HDMI 1125I COLOR
HDMI 1125I TINT
HDMI 1125I SHARP V1 OVER
HDMI 1125I SHARP V1 UNDER
HDMI 1125I SHARP V2 OVER
HDMI 1125I SHARP V2 UNDER
HDMI 1125I SHARP H1 OVER
HDMI 1125I SHARP H1 UNDER
HDMI 1125I SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI 1125I SHARP H2 UNDER
HDMI 1125I SHARP H3 OVER
HDMI 1125I SHARP H3 UNDER
HDMI 750P CONT
HDMI 750P BRIGHT
HDMI 750P COLOR
HDMI 750P TINT
HDMI 750P SHARP V1 OVER
HDMI 750P SHARP V1 UNDER
HDMI 750P SHARP V2 OVER
HDMI 750P SHARP V2 UNDER
HDMI 750P SHARP H1 OVER
HDMI 750P SHARP H1 UNDER
HDMI 750P SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI 750P SHARP H2 UNDER
HDMI 750P SHARP H3 OVER
HDMI 750P SHARP H3 UNDER
HDMI 1125P CONT
HDMI 1125P BRIGHT
HDMI 1125P COLOR
HDMI 1125P TINT
HDMI 1125P SHARP V1 OVER
HDMI 1125P SHARP V1 UNDER
HDMI 1125P SHARP V2 OVER
HDMI 1125P SHARP V2 UNDER
HDMI 1125P SHARP H1 OVER
HDMI 1125P SHARP H1 UNDER
HDMI 1125P SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI 1125P SHARP H2 UNDER
HDMI 1125P SHARP H3 OVER
HDMI 1125P SHARP H3 UNDER
HDMI PC CONT
HDMI PC BRIGHT
HDMI PC COLOR
HDMI PC TINT
HDMI PC SHARP V1 OVER
HDMI PC SHARP V1 UNDER
HDMI PC SHARP V2 OVER
HDMI PC SHARP V2 UNDER
HDMI PC SHARP H1 OVER
HDMI PC SHARP H1 UNDER
HDMI PC SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI PC SHARP H2 UNDER
HDMI PC SHARP H3 OVER
HDMI PC SHARP H3 UNDER
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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Item
HDMI PC (Dot) CONT
HDMI PC (Dot) BRIGHT
HDMI PC (Dot) COLOR
HDMI PC (Dot) TINT
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP V1 OVER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP V1
UNDER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP V2 OVER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP V2
UNDER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP H1 OVER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP H1
UNDER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP H2 OVER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP H2
UNDER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP H3 OVER
HDMI PC (Dot) SHARP H3
UNDER
PC CONT
PC BRIGHT
PC COLOR
PC TINT
PC SHARP V1 OVER
PC SHARP V1 UNDER
PC SHARP V2 OVER
PC SHARP V2 UNDER
PC SHARP H1 OVER
PC SHARP H1 UNDER
PC SHARP H2 OVER
PC SHARP H2 UNDER
PC SHARP H3 OVER
PC SHARP H3 UNDER
PC (Dot) CONT
PC (Dot) BRIGHT
PC (Dot) COLOR
PC (Dot) TINT
PC (Dot) SHARP V1 OVER
PC (Dot) SHARP V1 UNDER
PC (Dot) SHARP V2 OVER
PC (Dot) SHARP V2 UNDER
PC (Dot) SHARP H1 OVER
PC (Dot) SHARP H1 UNDER
PC (Dot) SHARP H2 OVER
PC (Dot) SHARP H2 UNDER
PC (Dot) SHARP H3 OVER
PC (Dot) SHARP H3 UNDER
HUE R
HUE Y
HUE G
HUE C
HUE B
HUE M
HUE R-Y
HUE Y-G
HUE G-C
HUE C-B
HUE B-M
HUE M-R
Description
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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OTHERS
Page
OTHERS1
OTHERS2
OTHERS3
Item
SAT R
SAT Y
SAT G
SAT C
SAT B
SAT M
SAT R-Y
SAT Y-G
SAT G-C
SAT C-B
SAT B-M
SAT M-R
BRI R
BRI Y
BRI G
BRI C
BRI B
BRI M
BRI R-Y
BRI Y-G
BRI G-C
BRI C-B
BRI B-M
BRI M-R
AV BLACK STRETCH
PC BLACK STRETCH
COLOR TEMP High R
COLOR TEMP High G
COLOR TEMP High B
COLOR TEMP Mid-High R
COLOR TEMP Mid-High G
COLOR TEMP Mid-High B
COLOR TEMP Middle R
COLOR TEMP Middle G
COLOR TEMP Middle B
COLOR TEMP Mid-Low R
COLOR TEMP Mid-Low G
COLOR TEMP Mid-Low B
COLOR TEMP Low R
COLOR TEMP Low G
COLOR TEMP Low B
Item
L ERROR WAIT
L ERROR H TIME
PWM FREQ
PWM DUTY
OPC THRESHOLD
VCOM ADJ
RS232C SWITCH
LCD TEST PATTERN
INSPECT USB TERM
TUNER VCHIP TEST (69ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST (7ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST (10ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST (15ch)
MONITOR MAX TEMP
DDR CHECK
BA [1:0]
ADDR [13:0]
DQ [15:0]
FRC ON/OFF
CENTER CROSS
Description
Description
VCOM adjustment value
Tuning test and VCHIP test (69ch)
Tuning test and VCHIP test (7ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST (10ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST (15ch)
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Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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6. Video signal adjustment procedure
6.1. AD TRANSFORM LEVEL Adjustment
6.1.1 Input 1080i signal
1. Input 1080i color bar signal.
Signal generation: LEADER LT448
Signal: color BAR.
Setting: 02: 1080i/59.94 (30sf)
H: 33.72 KHz
V: 29.97Hz
NOTE: Please use the third color Bar of LT448 generator.
2. Adjusting AUTO GAIN-OFFSET in page 4 of DVP3 (M2-HD) to RUN.
When “AUTO GAIN-OFFSET OK” appears, this adjustment is complete.
6.1.2 Input 480i signal
1. Input 480i color bar signal.
Signal: color BAR.
Setting: 15: 480i/60
H: 15.73 KHz
V: 29.97Hz
NOTE: Please use the third color Bar of LT448 generator.
2. Adjusting AUTO GAIN-OFFSET in page 5 of DVP4 (M2-SD) to RUN.
When “AUTO GAIN-OFFSET OK” appears, this adjustment is complete
6.1.3 Input PC XGA signal.
1. Input XGA color bar signal (RGB)
Signal generation: LEADER LT448
Signal: color BAR (SATURATION 75%)
Setting: 28: XGA
H: 48.36KHz
V: 60Hz
SYNC: OFF
NOTE: Please use the color Bar of SATURATION.
2. Adjusting AUTO GAIN-OFFSET in page 6 of DVP5 (M2-PC) to RUN.
When “AUTO GAIN-OFFSET OK” appears, this adjustment is complete.
NOTE: If want to set all item to ON, please set to RUN in ADJUST PROCESS.
6.2. TEMP Adjustment
6.2.1 Receive US-10ch(JPN-8ch) the standard color bar signal
6.2.2 See if the “YDATA” reading (maximum) on Adjustment Process Page 1 is within the range in the follow table. If not,
adjust the “TEMP ALL” setting on the same page to have the “YDATA” reading (maximum) within this range.
MODEL
SETTING VALUE (NTSC)
163-170
Refines
(Adjustment Process Menu Page 1)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
D
1
V
2
P
T
Y
T
T
N
P
P
3
1
A
D
A
A
T
A
A
4
5
6
M
A
M
M
S
L
L
P
T
P
P
C
–
–
1
A
1
7
9
10
11
12
13
L
A
T
M
N
8
H
L
A
T
T
L
M
A
A
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
6
9
7
F
7
6
6
3
8
0
F
7
4
4
1
O
P
M
M
1
P
P
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24
25
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6.3. Tuner/V-Chip test
1
2
Adjustment item
Adjustment
Adjustment conditions
NTSC RF signal
US-7 (AIR) ch
Auto adjustment
performance
Adjustment procedure
Feed the NTSC signal to RF ANTENNA input.
Bring the cursor on [OTHERS]→[OTERRS2]→[.TUNER VCHIP TEST (*07ch)]
and press [LEFT]. (*Select the channel according to the RF signal.)
[.A-OK (***.**)/VM-OK] appears in blue when finished. (If [A-NG/VM-NG] appears
in yellow or red, the test is incomplete.)
Make sure a displacement of ±0.0625 MHz from the center frequency is acceptable.
7. Adjustment of white balance
1
2
Adjustment item
Setting
Adjustment
procedure
Adjustment conditions
Backlight: +16 (MAX)
Active contrast: OFF
Monochrome: ON
Adjustment procedure
For detailed adjustment procedure refer to “Kameyama Model Integral WB Adjustment
Specifications”.
1) Insert AC code in TV while pushing [INPUT] button and [VOL -] button (The buttons
are located at right side of TV) and “K” mark is displayed.
2) Make the following setting for the TV.
AV MODE: Dynamic
Backlight: +16
Aging time: Min. 60 minutes
3) Push [CH
] button and [VOL -] button to enter the Adjustment Mode. (The buttons
are located at right side of TV.)
4) Select [OTHERS] by R/C and push [ENTER] button of R/C.
5) Select [CENTER CROSS] and push [ENTER].
And the Cross is displayed. (It's center of the display.)
6) Set the CA210 probe at the center of display.
7) Push [Enter] button and the Cross is cleared.
1) On the Adjustment Mode, select the [DVP] and push [Enter] button of R/C.
2) Move to [DVP 2] and push [6] button of R/C.
3) With the strongest color being fixed, turn down the R, G and B settings to their reference levels.
*
Initial R, G and B settings at the point 1: Gradation level set at 512.
[Adjustment value]
AS per the “standard set” submitted by Engineering Department.
[Adjustment reference] Instrument: [Minolta CA-210] Engineering instrument.
Level
Point 1
512
Note
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Reference
Adj. spec
X=0.272
±0.0015
y=0.277
Set conditions for inspection
AV MODE: [DYNAMIC] (Reset)
Aging Time: Min. 60 minutes
Ins. spec
±0.003
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8. Initialization of factory settings
8.1. Making factory settings
Use the adjustment remote controller for the factory settings.
8.1.1 Press the ENTER key at the INDUSTRY INT on Adjustment Process Page1 which is selected “YES”.
8.1.2 Sever seconds later, “SETTING COMPLETE” “TV VER *.**” appears at the center of the screen.
If background of screen is green, the settings are complete.
SETTING COMPLETE
TV VER *.**
8.1.3 Power off the set.
NOTE: Do not turn on the power once the factory settings have been made. Otherwise the factory setting must be made again.
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[2] PUBLIC MODE SETTING PROCEDURE
1. How to start Public Mode
•
There are the following two ways to get the public mode setup screen displayed.
In the adjustment process mode, turn on “PUBLIC MODE”. Also press the “CH (
)” and “VOL (+)” keys on the set at once and turn on the power.
1) Press the “INPUT” and “VOL (+)” keys on the set at once and turn on the power.
2) Get the password input screen displayed.
Procedure
˴The input starts with the leftmost digit.
˴Use the numeric keys [1] thru [9] and [0] keys on the remote controller.
˴The other keys are not acceptable.
˴With a numeric-key input, "_" will change to "˴".
˴The input position will move one digit to the right.
˴With all the 3 digits entered, the password will be verified.
3) The 3-digit password is now verified.
The password [0] [2] [7] provides for the public mode screen. (This screen comes on with whatever adjustment process settings.)
With any other passwords, the screen changes to the normal mode.
2. How to exit Public Mode
There are the following ways to quit the public mode setup screen.
•
Turn off “PUBLIC MODE” in the adjustment process mode. (
itself.
•
Turn off the power with the “POWER” key. ( )
•
Select “ENTER”. ( )
) ← This way alone is not for quitting the setup screen, but for quitting the mode
... “PUBLIC MODE” stays on in the adjustment process mode.
... The settings will be back to the factory ones.
3. Public Mode Setting Values
•
With the factory settings made, the public mode settings get initialized. (The adjustment process remains intact.)
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4. Public Mode Menu
The guidance is not displayed on screen.
Setup procedure
•
To move the cursor up and down, use the “cursor UP/DOWN” key (remote controller) and “CH (
•
To change the settings, use the “cursor RIGHT/LEFT” key (remote controller) and “VOL (+)/(–)” key (remote controller and set).
•
To save new settings, keep the cursor at “ENTER” and use “ENTER” key (remote controller and set).
PUBLIC MODE
POWER ON FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
MAXIMUM VOLUME
[
VOLUME FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
VOLUME FIXED LEVEL
[
60 ]
20 ]
RC BUTTON
[RESPOND ]
PANEL BUTTON
[RESPOND ]
MENU BUTTON
[RESPOND ]
ON SCREEN DISPLAY
[YES
]
BLUE SCREEN
[NO
]
INPUT MODE START
[NORMAL
]
INPUT MODE FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
RESET
ENTER
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)/(
)” key (remote controller and set).
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5. On Setting Items
* “EZ-SETUP” discussed below indicates “EZ-SETUP after the first power-on”.
1) POWER ON FIXED
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Variable” and “Fixed” (loop provided)
– (Variable)
In “Fixed” setting, the power-off by the power key of the unit is invalidated and the image is kept being received.
The power can be turned off by stopping the power supply from AC.
Refer to the “Power-On Fixed” sheet.
None
2) MAXIMUM VOLUME
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Adjustment from 0 to 60 (no loop)
60
Sound volume can not be adjusted higher than the preset value.
• When the sound volume is set lower than 59, only figures are displayed and the sound volume bar is not displayed.
• The maximum sound volume for ON-timer (Wake up timer) is limited also to the preset value.
None
• When the sound volume is set higher than the MAX setting by the adjusting process, the sound volume control operation is
prohibited for turn-up and the sound volume should be turned down to MAX in this state.
3) VOLUME FIXED
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Variable”, “Fixed”. (loop provided)
Variable
Sound volume is fixed and made in variable.
• The sound volume for the ON-timer (Wake up timer) is fixed also without display of menu. Besides, the setting is made
impossible. (Basically, the menu is not displayed.)
• The following keys become invalid:
• Sound volume Up/Down (VOL +/–) [for both remote control and the unit]
• Mute (MUTE)
• In the item “VOLUME” of adjustment process, the sound volume can be set freely irrespective of this setting.
• As for sound volume fixing and sound volume MAX level, the sound volume fixing has priority.
• Once the sound volume has been changed by adjustment process, it should be set back to the sound volume preset by
sound volume fixing level when the adjustment process ends.
4) VOLUME FIXED LEVEL
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Adjustment from 1 to 60 (no loop)
20
The sound volume to be fixed by “Volume fixed” is determined.
None
None
Setting is valid only when “Volume fixed” is selected for “fixed”.
5) R/C BUTTON
Selection
Default
Explanation
Selection between “Respond”, “No Respond” and “Limited” (loop provided)
Respond
Making the remote controller settings.
• At the “No Respond” setting, the remote controller keys are disabled. Its power key (reception/standby key) is disabled too.
• At the “Limited” setting, some channel-related keys alone are operative. All the other remote controller keys (power, volume
+/-, channel
/
, light control (brightness sensor), broadcast select) are inoperative.
Limit in Setting
Exception
•
•
In “No respond” setting, all the keys (including the power key) are not accepted.
Adjustment process, inspection process and hotel only keys are valid irrespective of setting.
All the keys can be used in adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu irrespective of setting.
Remarks
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6) PANEL BUTTON
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Selection between “Respond” and “No respond” (loop provided)
Respond
All the operations by keys (except the power key) of the unit can be invalidated.
•
•
Adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu mode can be started irrespective of setting.
All the keys can be used in adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu irrespective of setting.
Remarks
7) MENU BUTTON
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Selection between “Respond” and “No respond” (loop provided)
Respond
In “No respond” setting, the menu operation by the menu key of the remote control and the menu key of the unit are invalidated.
•
•
Adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu mode can be started irrespective of setting.
All the keys can be used in adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu irrespective of setting.
Remarks
8) ON SCREEN DISPLAY
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Selection between “Yes”, “No” (loop provided)
Yes
• At the “No” setting, the following items are not displayed on screen: register, setting, adjustment menu, channel call and volume bar.
On the wide-screen models, an input selection is immediately made because the menu is not displayed.
• Keys falling under any of the following items become invalid.
Appearance of screen changes and the sound changes.
Others
Exception
Remarks
Personal functions which are hard to restore.
Screen display, menu, OFF-timer, ON-timer, AV MODE, screen size switching, clock setting, treble emphasis, AUDIO ONLY,
sound changeover, LANGUAGE, CLOSED CAPTION
• Simple input switching is generated. Those which are restored soon after leaving as they are and may be requested for
change by customer are not prohibited.
Brightness sensor (BACKLIGHT) and PIC. FLIP
• Such a caution which is displayed independently is displayed as it is.
Non-responding signal caution
• When CC has already been ON, CLOSED CAPTION is displayed.
9) BLUE SCREEN
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Yes”, “NO” (loop provide)
No
In “Yes” setting, when don’t receive any signal or on signal input, the screen is blue.
None
None
10)INPUT MODE START
Selection
Default
Explanation
About options
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Normal”, “TV (CH )”, “INPUT 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8”.
Normal
In power-ON, the input source to be started or channel can be set.
(In standard mode, the operation follows the last memory.)
• All the input sources in the model are made selectable.
• In TV mode, the channel to be set follows the last memory and the content of the last memory is included in the notation by
options. Ex.) TV (CH2), TV (CH4) etc.
• The display of channel setting menu and the channel setting operation are prohibited.
•
In setting at “Normal”, the setting of “Input mode fixed” is changed to “Variable” and selection should be prohibited.
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11)INPUT MODE FIXED
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Variable”, “Fixed”. (loop provided)
– (Variable)
The input mode is fixed at the input source or the channel set at the “Input mode start” in 10 and other input sources and channels can be made non-selectable.
• With the execution of hotel mode, the input source is forced to change to that set by “Input mode start” and the channel
switching and input switching are prohibited thereafter.
• ON-timer's (Wake-up timer) channel items are not displayed or the operation is prohibited. (Basically, they are not displayed.)
• The following keys are invalidated.
CH
/
, direct tuning button, FLASHBACK, input
However, the keys (input switching and CH
/
keys) of the unit for menu operation remain valid.
None
• In the following case, setting is cancelled and mode is changed to “Variable”.
When the setting of “Input mode start” is set to “Normal”.
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CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
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Manual
[1] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
No video (1)
COMPOSITE: No external input video [INPUT-1]
COMPOSITE: No external input video [INPUT-3]
Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-1 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.
NO
Select INPUT-3 on the input select menu screen for the right
input signal.
NO
Does the INPUT-1 V1_PLUG detection function?
Check the line between pin (2) of input terminal (J509)
and pin (L1) of IC8001 (CPU).
1) J509: pin (2)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (20)
3) IC8001: pin (L1)
NO
Does the INPUT-3 V3_PLUG detection function?
Check the line between pin (7) of input terminal (J501) and pin
(M1) of IC8001(CPU).
1) J501: pin (7)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (19)
3) IC8001: pin (M1)
YES
YES
Is there the COMPOSITE signal input at pin (A12) of IC8001
(CPU)?
Is there the COMPOSITE signal input at pin (A11) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check the line between pin (3) of J509 and pin (A12) of
IC8001.
1) J509: pin (3)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (12)
3) IC8001: pin (A12)
NO
Check the line between pin (6) of J501 and pin (A11) of
IC8001.
1) J501: pin (6)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (10)
3) IC8001: pin (A11)
YES
YES
Are the LVDS signal outputs at the LVDS 1st channel and 2nd channel of
IC8001?
LV0OUT0P/M (N19/N20), LV0OUT1P/M (N21/N22), LV0OUT2P/M (P19/P20),
LV0OUT3P/M (R19/R20), LV0OUT4P/M (R21/R22), LV0CK0P/M (P21/P22),
LV1OUT0P/M (J21/J22), LV1OUT1P/M (K19/K20), LV1OUT2P/M (K21/K22),
LV1OUT3P/M (L21/L22), LV1OUT4P/M (M21/M22), LV1CK0P/M (L19/L20)
YES
Check the panel module.
6–1
NO
Check IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC8251, etc.)
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COMPONENT: No external input video [INPUT-1]
COMPONENT: No external input video [INPUT-2]
Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is the INPUT-SELECT for the input signal?
Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is the INPUT-SELECT for the input signal?
NO
Select INPUT-1 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.
NO
Select INPUT-2 on the input select menu screen for the right
input signal.
Does the INPUT-1 C1_PLUG detection function?
Check the line between pin (2) of input terminal (J503)
and pin (J2) of IC8001 (CPU).
1) J503: pin (2)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (18)
3) IC8001: pin (J2)
Does the INPUT-2 C2_PLUG detection function?
Check the line between pin (2) of input terminal (J504) and pin
(K2) of IC8001 (CPU).
1) J504: pin (2)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (17)
3) IC8001: pin (K2)
YES
YES
Are there the COMPONENT video signal inputs at pins (B13/B15)
(Y)/(A10) (Pb) and (A7) (Pr) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Are there the COMPONENT video signal inputs at pins (A13/A15) (Y)/
(B10) (Pb) and (B7) (Pr) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of J508 and
IC8001.
1) J503 pin (3) (Y) pin (5) (Pb) pin (7) (Pr)
2) SC501/SC601 pin (6) (Y) pin (7) (Pb) pin (8) (Pr)
3) IC8001 pin (B13/B15) pin (A10) pin (A7)
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of J504 and
IC8001.
1) J504 pin (3) (Y) pin (5) (Pb) pin (7) (Pr)
2) SC501/SC601 pin (2) (Y) pin (3) (Pb) pin (4) (Pr)
3) IC8001 pin (A13/A15) pin (A10) pin (A7)
YES
YES
Are the LVDS signal outputs at the LVDS 1st channel and 2nd channel of
IC8001?
LV0OUT0P/M (N19/N20), LV0OUT1P/M (N21/N22), LV0OUT2P/M (P19/P20),
LV0OUT3P/M (R19/R20), LV0OUT4P/M (R21/R22), LV0CK0P/M (P21/P22),
LV1OUT0P/M (J21/J22), LV1OUT1P/M (K19/K20), LV1OUT2P/M (K21/K22),
LV1OUT3P/M (L21/L22), LV1OUT4P/M (M21/M22), LV1CK0P/M (L19/L20)
YES
Check the panel module.
6–2
NO
Check IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC8251, etc.)
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No video (3)
PC: No external input video [INPUT-4]
Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-4 on the input select menu screen for the right
input signal.
Is IC602 (EEPROM) accessed by I2C, with PC connected, to
read the DDC_I2C DSUB_SCL/DSUB_SDA data?
Check the DDC line and its peripheral circuits. (IC602 and its
peripherals).
YES
Are there the video signal inputs at pins (B12) (G), (A9) (B) and
(A6) (R) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Are there the VSYNC/HSYNC signal inputs at pins (B16) and
(B17) of IC8001?
YES
Are the LVDS signal outputs at the LVDS 1st channel and 2nd
channel of IC8001?
LV0OUT0P/M (N19/N20), LV0OUT1P/M (N21/N22),
LV0OUT2P/M (P19/P20), LV0OUT3P/M (R19/R20),
LV0OUT4P/M (R21/R22), LV0CK0P/M (P21/P22),
LV1OUT0P/M (J21/J22), LV1OUT1P/M (K19/K20),
LV1OUT2P/M (K21/K22), LV1OUT3P/M (L21/L22),
LV1OUT4P/M (M21/M22), LV1CK0P/M (L19/L20)
NO
Check the line between SC601 and IC8001 (IC601, etc.).
NO
Check IC8001 and its peripheral circuits. (IC8251, etc.)
YES
Check the panel module.
6–3
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<HDMI input> No video (4)-1
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-5]
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-6]
Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-5 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.
NO
Select INPUT-6 on the input select menu screen for the right
input signal.
YES
Does the INPUT-1 C1_PLUG detection function?
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1602 to pin (B18)
of IC8001 (CPU)?
Does the HPD signal come from pin (W16) of IC8001 to pin (19) of
SC1602?
YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function?
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1601 to pin (A17) of
IC8001 (CPU)?
Does the HPD signal come from pin (W17) of IC8001 to pin (19) of
SC1601?
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1602
and IC8001 and their peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1601 and
IC8001 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Do the DDC_I2C signals come from pins (15/16) (DDC_SCL/
DDC_SDA) of SC1602 to pins (A18/A19) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (H21/H20) (CLK-/+),
(G21/G22) (D0-/+), (F21/F22) (D1-/+), (G20/G19) (D2-/+), all of
IC8001?
YES
Do the DDC_I2C signals come from pins (15/16) (DDC_SCL/DDC_SDA)
of SC1601 to pins (D16/D17) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (D20/D19) (CLK-/+), (E21/E20)
(D0-/+), (D22/D21) (D1-/+), (C22/C21) (D2-/+), all of IC8001?
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1602
and IC8001 and their peripheral circuits.
Check IC1611 (EEPROM of EDID) and its peripheral
circuits.
(DDC_SCL: pin5, DDC_SDA: pin6, all of IC1611)
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1602 and
IC8001 and their peripheral circuits.
Check IC1610(EEPROM of EDID) and its peripheral circuits.
(DDC_SCL: pin5, DDC_SDA: pin6, all of IC1610)
YES
YES
Are the LVDS signal outputs at the LVDS 1st channel and 2nd channel of
IC8001?
LV0OUT0P/M (N19/N20), LV0OUT1P/M (N21/N22), LV0OUT2P/M (P19/P20),
LV0OUT3P/M (R19/R20), LV0OUT4P/M (R21/R22), LV0CK0P/M (P21/P22),
LV1OUT0P/M (J21/J22), LV1OUT1P/M (K19/K20), LV1OUT2P/M (K21/K22),
LV1OUT3P/M (L21/L22), LV1OUT4P/M (M21/M22), LV1CK0P/M (L19/L20)
YES
Check the panel module.
6–4
NO
Check IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC8251, etc.)
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<HDMI input> No video (4)-2
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-7]
Is INPUT-7 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function?
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1603 to pin
(C17) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Does the HPD signal come from pin (W19) of IC8001 to pin (19)
of SC1603?
NO
YES
Do the DDC_I2C signals come from pins (15/16) (DDC_SCL/
DDC_SDA) of SC1602 to pins (C18/B19) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (D20/D19) (CLK-/+),
(C20/C19) (D0-/+), (B22/B21) (D1-/+), (A22/S21) (D2-/+), all of
IC8001?
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1603 and
IC8001 and their peripheral circuits.
Check IC1612 (EEPROM of EDID) and its peripheral circuits.
(DDC_SCL: pin5, DDC_SDA: pin6, all of IC1611)
NO
Check IC8001 and its peripheral circuits. (IC8251, etc.)
YES
Are the LVDS signal outputs at the LVDS 1st channel and 2nd
channel of IC8001?
LV0OUT0P/M (N19/N20), LV0OUT1P/M (N21/N22),
LV0OUT2P/M (P19/P20), LV0OUT3P/M (R19/R20),
LV0OUT4P/M (R21/R22), LV0CK0P/M (P21/P22),
LV1OUT0P/M (J21/J22), LV1OUT1P/M (K19/K20),
LV1OUT2P/M (K21/K22), LV1OUT3P/M (L21/L22),
LV1OUT4P/M (M21/M22), LV1CK0P/M (L19/L20)
YES
Check the panel module.
6–5
Select INPUT-7 on the input select menu screen for the right
input signal.
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1603 and
IC8001 and their peripheral circuits.
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No video (5)
No video at UHF/VHF broadcast signal reception
No video at digital broadcast signal reception
Is the specified TV signal selected on the input select menu screen?
Is there the analog video signal output (VIDEO) at pin (19) of tuner
(TU1101)?
NO
Check the Tuner I2C lines.
1) TU1101: pin (8) (TUN_SDA_C5), pin (9)
(TUN_SCL_C5)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (16), pin (15)
3) IC8001: pin (F2), pin (E1)
Check TU1101 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is there the analog video signal input at pin (B11) of IC8001
(CPU)?
Are there the video signal outputs (IF_P/N) at the pins (12) and (13) of
tuner (TU1101)?
NO
Check the Tuner I2C lines.
1) TU1101:pin (8) (TUN_SDA_C5), pin (9) (TUN_SCL_C5)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (16), pin (15)
3) IC8001: pin (F2), pin (E1)
Check TU1101 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Are there the video signal inputs at pin (A4)/(B4) (IF_P/N) of IC8001
(CPU)?
Are there IF-AGC signal inputs at pin (F1) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and TU1101, and their
peripheral circuits.
1) TU1101: pin (19)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (3)
3) IC8001: pin (B11)
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and TU1101, and their peripheral circuits.
1) TU1101: pin (12) (IF_P), pin (13) (IF_N), pin (14) (IF_AGC)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (5), pin (6), pin (10)
3) IC8001:pin (A4), pin (B4), pin (F1)
YES
YES
Are the LVDS signal outputs at the LVDS 1st channel and 2nd channel of
IC8001?
LV0OUT0P/M (N19/N20), LV0OUT1P/M (N21/N22), LV0OUT2P/M (P19/P20),
LV0OUT3P/M (R19/R20), LV0OUT4P/M (R21/R22), LV0CK0P/M (P21/P22),
LV1OUT0P/M (J21/J22), LV1OUT1P/M (K19/K20), LV1OUT2P/M (K21/K22),
LV1OUT3P/M (L21/L22), LV1OUT4P/M (M21/M22), LV1CK0P/M (L19/L20)
YES
Check the panel module.
6–6
NO
Check IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC8251, etc.)
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INPUT-1 No audio.
INPUT-2 No audio.
Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Refer to “:No external input video [INPUT-1]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Refer to “:No external input video [INPUT-2]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (5) (L) and (7) (R) of input
terminal (J509) to pins (12) (L) and (1) (R) of IC503 (AUDIO
SWITCH)?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (2) (L) and (4) (R) of input terminal
(J505) to pins (15) (L) and (2) (R) of IC503 (AUDIO SWITCH)?
NO
Check the line between J509 and IC503.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (13) (L) and (3) (R) of IC503
to pins (B2) (L) and (A1) (R) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check the line between J505 and IC503.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (13) (L) and (3) (R) of IC503 to pins
(B2) (L) and (A1) (R) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check IC503/IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC502, Q509, Q510, etc.)
Check the audio signal lines between IC503 and
IC8001.
1) IC503: pin (13) (A_INL), pin (3) (A_INR)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (15), pin (14)
3) IC8001: pin (B12), pin (A1)
Check the audio switching signals (AUDIO_CTL0/1)
between IC503 and IC8001.
1) IC8001: pin (L1) (AUDIO_CTL0), pin (K1)
(AUDIO_CTL1)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (17), pin (18)
3) Q510: pin (2), Q509: pin (2)
4) IC503: pin (10), pin (9)
NO
Check IC503/IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC502, Q509, Q510, etc.)
Check the audio signal lines between IC503 and IC8001.
1) IC503: pin (13) (A_INL), pin (3) (A_INR)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (15), pin (14)
3) IC8001: pin (B12), pin (A1)
Check the audio switching signals (AUDIO_CTL0/1) between
IC503 and IC8001.
1) IC8001: pin (L1) (AUDIO_CTL0), pin(K1) (AUDIO_CTL1)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (17), pin (18)
3) Q510: pin (2), Q509: pin (2)
4) IC503: pin (10), pin (9)
YES
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (C4/A3) (SPOUT_L/R) of IC8001 (CPU) to
pins (3) (INLP), and (7) (INRP) of IC2701 (AMP)?
YES
Is the audio output from IC2701 as specified?
YES
Check the connector (P2701), speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6–7
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and IC2701, and
their peripheral circuits (Q1306/Q1307,
AMP_MUTE line, etc.).
NO
Check IC2701 and its peripheral circuits.
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INPUT-3 No audio.
Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Refer to “:No external input video [INPUT-3]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu
screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
NO
Check the line between J501 and IC503.
NO
Check IC503/IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC502, Q509, Q510, etc.)
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (5) (L) and (4) (R) of input
terminal (J501) to pins (14) (L) and (5) (R) of IC503 (AUDIO
SWITCH)?
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (13) (L) and (3) (R) of
IC503 to pins (B2) (L) and (A1) (R) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Check the audio signal lines between IC503 and IC8001.
1) IC503: pin (13) (A_INL), pin (3) (A_INR)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (15), pin (14)
3) IC8001: pin (B12), pin (A1)
Check the audio switching signals (AUDIO_CTL0/1) between
IC503 and IC8001.
1) IC8001: pin (L1) (AUDIO_CTL0), pin (K1) (AUDIO_CTL1)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (17), pin (18)
3) Q510: pin (2), Q509: pin (2)
4) IC503: pin (10), pin (9)
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (C4/A3) (SPOUT_L/R) of
IC8001 (CPU) to pins (3) (INLP), and (7) (INRP) of IC2701
(AMP)?
YES
Is the audio output from IC2701 as specified?
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and IC2701, and their peripheral
circuits (Q1306/Q1307, AMP_MUTE line, etc.).
NO
Check IC2701 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Check the connector (P2701), speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6–8
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[PC analog audio input] INPUT-4 No audio.
[HDMI analog audio input] INPUT-6 No audio.
Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Refer to “:No external input video [INPUT-4]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Refer to “:No external input video [INPUT-6]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Is the “PC Audio Select” selected for “Input4 (PC)” on the menu
screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Is the “PC Audio Select” selected for “Input6 (HDMI)” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the HDMI audio output to “Input4 (PC)”.
NO
Set the HDMI audio output to “Input6 (HDMI)”.
YES
Is the HDMI audio output selected for “Digital” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the HDMI audio output to “Analog”.
YES
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (2) (L) and (3) (R) of input terminal (J506)
to pins (11) (L) and (4) (R) of IC503 (AUDIO SWITCH)?
NO
Check the line between J601 and IC8001.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (13) (L) and (3) (R) of IC503 to pins (B2)
(L) and (A1) (R) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check IC503/IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC502, Q509, Q510, etc.)
Check the audio signal lines between IC503 and
IC8001.
1) IC503: pin (13) (A_INL), pin (3) (A_INR)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (15), pin (14)
3) IC8001: pin (B12), pin(A1)
Check the audio switch control signal lines
(AUDIO_CTL0/1) between IC503 and IC8001.
1) IC8001: pin (L1) (AUDIO_CTL0), pin (K1)
(AUDIO_CTL1)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (17), pin (18)
3) Q510: pin (2), Q509: pin (2)
4) IC503: pin (10), pin (9)
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (C4/A3) (SPOUT_L/R) of IC8001 (CPU) to
pins (3) (INLP), and (7) (INRP) of IC2701 (AMP)?
YES
Is the audio output from IC2701 as specified?
YES
Check the connector (P2701), speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6–9
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and IC2701, and
their peripheral circuits (Q1306/Q1307,
AMP_MUTE line, etc.).
NO
Check IC2701 and its peripheral circuits.
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INPUT-5 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-6 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-7 No audio (HDMI connected)
[INPUT-5 input]
Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-6 input]
Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-7 input]
Is INPUT-7 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Refer to “:No external input video [INPUT-5/6/7]”.
YES
[INPUT-5 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-5]”.
[INPUT-6 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-6]”.
[INPUT-7 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-7]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (C4/A3) (SPOUT_L/R) of IC8001 (CPU) to pins (3) (INLP), and (7)
(INRP) of IC2701 (AMP)?
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and IC2701, and their peripheral circuits (Q1306/
Q1307, AMP_MUTE line, etc.).
YES
Is the audio output from IC2701 as specified?
NO
Check IC2701 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Check the connector (P2701), speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6 – 10
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No audio at UHF/VHF broadcast signal reception.
No audio at digital broadcast signal reception.
Is TV selected on the input select menu screen?
Is TV selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Refer to “No video at UHF/VHF broadcast signal
reception”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Refer to “No video at digital broadcast signal reception”.
YES
If no video appears, refer to “No video at digital broadcast signal reception”.
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Is there the SIF signal output at pin (16) of tuner (TU1101)?
Is there the AFT signal output at pin (17) of tuner (TU1101)?
NO
Check the Tuner I2C lines.
1) TU1101: pin (8) (TUN_SDA_C5), pin (9)
(TUN_SCL_C5)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (16), pin (15)
3) IC8001: pin (F2), pin (E1)
Check TU1101 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Does the SIF signal come from pin (16) of tuner (TU1101) to pin
(D5) of IC8001 (CPU)?
Does the AFT signal come from pin (17) of tuner (TU1101) to pin
(W22) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check the line between TU1101 and IC8001, and their
peripheral circuits (Q1101, Q1102, etc.).
1) TU1101: pin (16) (SIF), pin (17) (AFT_OUT)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (8), pin (12)
3) IC8001: pin (D5), pin (W22)
YES
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (C4/A3) (SPOUT_L/R) of IC8001 (CPU) to
pins (3) (INLP), and (7) (INRP) of IC2701 (AMP)?
YES
Is the audio output from IC2701 as specified?
YES
Check the connector (P2701), speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6 – 11
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and IC2701, and
their peripheral circuits (Q1306/Q1307,
AMP_MUTE line, etc.).
NO
Check IC2701 and its peripheral circuits.
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No monitor audio output
Is the audio output from the monitor set at “VARIABLE” or
“FIXED” on the menu screen?
YES
Are there the audio signal outputs (I2S Line) at pins (H4)
(LINE_LRCLK), (J4) (LINE_MCLK), (K3) (LINE_BCLK) and (K4)
(LINE_DATA) of IC8001 (CPU)?
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (H4/J4/K3/K4)
(LINE_LRCLK/LINE_MCLK/LINE_BCLK/LINE_DATA) of IC8001
to pins (4) (LRCLK), (1) (MCLK), (2) (BCLK) and (3) (DATA) of
IC1301 (Audio DAC)?
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (11)/(10) (LINE_OUT_L/R)
of IC1301 to pins (4) (L) and (2) (R) of J507?
NO
Check IC8001 (CPU) and its peripheral circuits.
NO
Check IC8001 (CPU) and its peripheral circuits.
NO
Check IC8001 (CPU) and each signal lines/its peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the line between IC1301 and J507 and their peripheral
circuits.
1) TU1301: pin (11) (LINE_OUT_L), pin (10) (LINE_OUT_R)
2) SC501/SC601: pin (22), pin (21)
3) J507: pin (4) (L), pin (2) (R)
Check the LINE_MUTE line and its peripheral circuits (Q1310/
Q1311, etc.).
YES
Check the connector (J507) and their peripheral circuits, and
speakers and the Cable.
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No audio signal at Digital Audio Output terminal (Analog sound heard)
No INPUT-5/6/7 (HDMI) audio.
No audio at digital broadcast signal reception.
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI)
[INPUT-5/6/7]”.
If no video appears, refer to “No video at digital broadcast signal reception”.
Is there the SPDIF signal output (OPT_OUT) at pin (J3) of IC8001 (CPU)?
NO
Check the IC8001 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is there the SPDIF signal (OPT_OUT) input at pin (2) of IC1304 (SPDIF
BUFFER)?
NO
Check the line between IC8001 and IC1304.
YES
Is there the MUTE signal input at pin (1) of IC1304? (usual: High, Mute: Low)
NO
Check the MUTE_A_ALL, AC_DET,
OPU_MUTE, HDMI_MUTE signals, and their
peripheral circuits. (Q1304, Q1312, D1310,
D1314, etc.)
YES
Is there the SPDIF signal input at pin (1) of D507 (OPTICAL OUTPUT)?
NO
Check the line between IC1304 and D507.
1) IC1304: pin (4) (OPT_OUT_TO_TERM)
2) SC1101/SC1201: pin (1)
3) D507: pin (1)
No optical output under the following conditions
as per HDMI requirements.
* Audio contents protected.
* Audio frequency beyond 48kHz.
* Audio bit length beyond 16bits.
YES
Check the speakers and the optical cable.
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LED flashing timing chart for error notification.
250ms
1sec
Unused
1) Power LED (Large classification)
Error type
Lamp error
Flashes once: Fast
Power error
Flashes twice
Communication error
with the main CPU
Flashes 3 times
Power green LED operation (1 cycle)
L: Off
Pins are monitor microprocessor (IC2002) pins.
Judged by the ERR_PNL port. Confirmed after 10 consecutive
detections at 500 ms intervals (detected only when the backlight is
on).
[Released]
• Set “LAMP ERROR” of the adjustment process to 0.
• Execute AC_ON with [CH_DOWN] and [VOL_UP] on the unit
down.
• Continuous illumination for 3 minutes.
H: On
NOTE: After five detection counts, the lamp cannot be activated
except in the monitoring process. (For the first time, only
the inverter is reset, and error OFF is not activated.)
Refer to “Power error details”.
Detection is performed at 16 ms intervals, and each terminal for
monitoring the power is polled. If the error logic is detected twice
in a row, error is confirmed so as to shift to the error standby.
H: On
L: Off
H: On
Judged by the communication line error or main CPU communication error.
Refer to “Communication error details”.
Communication line with the main CPU: TxD, RxD
Check debug statements for the main CPU.
VSYNC error (L or H fixed).
Image processing IC operation error
L: Off
Vsync error
Flashes 4 times
Monitor temperature
error
Flashes 5 times
H: On
L: Off
H: On
Judged by monitoring temperature with the temperature sensor.
When the panel temperature is 60°C or more for 15 seconds or
more in a row, caution is displayed. If the panel temperature is
60°C or more for 25 seconds or more in a row, error standby is
activated.
[Released]
Reduce the value of MONITOR MAX TEMP of OTHERS (temperature protection threshold).
Flash ROM data error in the microprocessor.
[Released]
Write the microprocessor software.
L: Off
Program area data
destruction
Flashes 8 times
H: On
L: Off
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2) Power error details (Power LED flashes twice and OPC LED flashes)
Error type
DET_POW1 error
Flashes once
DET_POW2 error
Flashes twice
DET_6V error
Flashes 3 times
PNL_POW0 error
Flashes 5 times
Main error
Flashes 7 times
Pins are monitor microprocessor pins unless otherwise
specified.
DET_POW1 error (L).
Detected by the above polling.
UR13V is not applied.
OPC LED operation (1 cycle)
H: On
L: Off
H: On
DET_POW2 error (L).
Detected by the above polling.
Detection starts in 400 ms after SMPOW becomes High.
D3.3V is not applied.
L: Off
H: On
DET_6V error (L).
D5V or A5V is not applied.
L: Off
H: On
DET_POW0 error (L).
Detected by the above polling.
Detection starts in 400 ms after PNL_ON becomes High.
Panel power is not applied.
L: Off
H: On
Main microprocessor detection error.
(FAN error, 1bitAMP error, etc.)
L: Off
3) Communication error details (Power LED flashes 3 times and OPC LED flashes)
Error type
Initial communication reception
error
Flashes once
OPC LED operation (1 cycle)
H: On
L: Off
Time-out setting reception error
Start-up confirmation reception
error
Flashes twice
Regular communication error
Flashes 3 times
H: On
L: Off
H: On
Basically, log analysis of debug print statements or communication log analysis by a bus monitor is performed.
Initial communication from the main CPU is not received. If initial
communication from the main microprocessor is not received
within 15 seconds during start-up, it is judged to be an error.
The unit is reset and restarted until the third error, and error
standby is activated at the fourth error.
Communication line error or main CPU start-up failure.
Time-out setting and start-up mode change from the main CPU is
not received.
Main CPU start-up failure or front microprocessor reception failure.
In the operation state, regular communication is performed every 1
second. If communication from the min CPU is not received five
times in a raw, it is judged to be a regular communication error.
The regular communication errors are counted. The unit is reset
and restarted until the third error, and error standby is activated at
the fourth error.
The regular communication error counter is cleared to 0 when normal operation continues for 10 minutes.
Main CPU start-up failure or front microprocessor reception failure.
L: Off
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CHAPTER 7. OVERALL WIRING/BLOCK DIAGRAM
LC-40D68UT
Service Manual
[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
J
FFC
FFC
LCD Controller
(AUO)
[LW]
1
I
51
H
Inv. Unit
(AUO)
[LB2]
1
G
14
[LB2]
1
[PD]
1
14
14
TERMINAL UNIT
DUNTKF465FM02
Optical
Output
F
E
MAIN UNIT
DUNTKF463FM02
D
POWER Unit
40" : RDENCA393WJQZ
[KM]
1
5
C
KEY Unit
E266
B
[RA] 1
Full-HD Panel (1920 1080) (AUO)
40" R1LK400D3LF31Z
10
R/C_LED Unit
F096
A
Lch: RSP-ZA391WJZZ
Rch: RSP-ZA392WJZZ
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
7–1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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[2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
CVBS
L/R
A9V
INPUT
4/6
RGB/HDMI
Audio
(Mini Plug)
IC503
Audio-SW
TC4052BT
RGB_LR
[RSDS]
(64p FFC)
VCOM_WP
[RSDS] CN1
(64p FFC)
CVBS/LR
YPbPr
[RSDS]
(64p FFC)
INPUT
3
VCOM_SDA,VCOM_SCL
L/R
[LW] CN2
(51p Discrete)
PE
LR
Component
I
[LW] P2601
(51p Discrete)
YPbPr
PANEL
C-PWB
PNL+12V
SC601
(23pin BtoB)
INPUT
2
CVBS/LR
Component
MAIN
SC501
(23pin BtoB)
INPUT
1
CVBS
L/R
[RSDS] CN3
(64p FFC)
TERMINAL
J
SYNC_DET
BU+3.3V
IC2001
Reset
P8001
3pin
From CPU
AC_DET
PS_ON
I/O
PM_REQ, CBOOTS I/O
N_SRESET
I/O
DTV-C5
+1.8V
UART_0
HDMI_MUTE
P8001
Debug
Connector
Serial FLASH
USB in
RESET
N_CPU_RST
IC9301
N_DBG_RST
N_SRESET
UCOM_RS
HDMI 1
IC1611 +5V
EEPROM
INPUT
6
HDMI 2
INPUT
7
HDMI 3
+3.3V
C
IC1612
EEPROM
50MHz
IC8451
Serial FLASH
64Mbit
IC1610 +5V
EEPROM
OPC
INPUT
5
HDMIin
Port0 Port1 Port2
OPC_LED,POW_LED_R,POW_LED_G,LED_YOYAKU,ILL_LED
SPOUT_L/R
H/V
RGB in
Q9002
Bus SW
INT0 A/D I/O
IC8251
DDR2(800)
512Mb*1
Digital AV decode & Main CPU
KEY1,KEY2,STANDBYPOW
DSUB_UART
I/O
BackUp
BU+5V
BU+3.3V
MAIN
A9V
5V
D3.3V
D1.8V
D1.2V
A5V
A3.3V
A1.8V
+5V
POWER
INV
Von
ERR_PNL
AC_DET
PS_ON
UR12V
BU5V
Vbrt
POWER CIRCUIT
PNL_PWM
From CPU
SJ Tech
I2S
IC602 +5V
EEPROM
TH2001
Thermister
25.000MHz
X8001
X'tal
IC8001
PCIN_H/V
PCIN_R/G/B
D
THERMO
+1.8V
UART_1
INPUT D-SUB
RGB
4
A/D
R/C
SP
IC2701
SP AMP
YDA148QZ
I2S
FL2001
16MHz
X'tal
UART_CPU
UART_RS
Von
IC2007
SJ Tech
MUTE
AMP_MUTE
STANDBY
AMP_PROTECT
SP_L/R
Disclete
Mute
Monitor Micom
STB_CPU
DTV/SPDIF
N_LINE_DAC_RST
LINE_MCLK/BCLK/DAT/LRCLK
From CPU
ERR_PNL
D3.3V
IC1301
Audio DAC
AK4341ET
I2C
A/D
STB
[LB2] (14 pin)
A9V
I/O
[LB2] (14 pin)
LINE_OUT_L/R
SPDIF
R8C/2A
+3.3V
+1.2V
D_IF in
SIF
AGC
Disclete
Mute
UR12V
LVDS OUT
I2C
TUN_SDA_C5/TUN_SCL_C5 (100KHz 5V)
F
[SP]
P2701
EXT-SP
AFT
RxD,TxD
R/L,U/D
I/O
IXC165WJ
RxD_RS,TxD_RS
A9V
A5V
A3.3V
TUN_I2C
E
IC2004
Gate
I2C_SDA_UCOM 7WH126FU
I2C_SCL_UCOM
IC9002
SUB-SW
HC2G66DP
CVBS
YPbPr
SC1201
(23pin BtoB)
I2C_SDA/I2S_SCL
(100KHz)
BU+3.3V
O/S_SET
IC2002
RxD,TxD
[PD] (14 pin)
IC1304
AFT
TV_CVBS
SPDIF
IC2602
DAC
M62332FP
BU+3.3V
BU+3.3V
IC8454
EEPROM
256kbit
[PD] P9601 (12PIN)
A5V
I2C
AGC
RF IN
SIF
D_IF
TU1101
Analog/
Digital
Tuner
SC1101
(23pin BtoB)
G
Mute
P9601
+3.3V
WRITE_BUF
DET_13V,DET_5V,DET_PNL12V
+5V_A
IC2601
BUS-SW
HC2G66DP
Vbrt
PNL_EN
VCOM_WP
+3.3V
FRAME
ROMSEL0
VCOM_SDA
VCOM_SCL
P2601
OPT_OUT
AUDIO in
OPTICAL
OUT
LVDS_SEL
L/R
Audio Out
SYNC_DET
DET_PNL12V
H
RESET_UCOM
RST_H8FLS_CPLD
PNL_ON
BU+3.3V
B
Service
J8001
USB
USB+5V
+5V
IC8003
OverCurr.DET
BD6538G
EEPROM
VBUS_ST
M32TRST_N
[KM] P2002 (4p)
[KM] P105 (5p)
[RA] P2003 (10p)
[RA] P102 (10p)
KEY
LED
MENU
POWER
INPUT
CHANNEL
VOLUME
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
7–2
12
13
R/C
OPC
LED
14
15
16
17
18
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PartsGuide
PARTS GUIDE
No. S40F340D68UT/
LCD COLOR TELEVISION
LC-40D68UT
MODEL
CONTENTS
[1]
PRINTED WIRING BOARD
ASSEMBLIES
[2]
LCD PANEL MODULE
[3]
CABINET PARTS
[4]
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
[5]
PACKING PARTS
(NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
[6]
SERVICE JIGS
(USE FOR SERVICING)
Parts marked with " " 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.
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[1] PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
DUNTKF463FM02
DUNTKF465FM02
DUNTKE266FM02
DUNTKF096FM01
RDENCA393WJQZ
9JS-5540T04C04
9JS-1940T04001
N
N
N
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
MAIN Unit
TERMINAL Unit
KEY Unit
R/C, LED Unit
POWER Unit
LCD CONTROL Unit
INVERTER Unit
N
X
40" LCD Panel Module Unit
BN
AZ
AH
AN
BD
N
N
DD
[2] LCD PANEL MODULE
N
R1LK400D3LF31Z
2
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[3] CABINET PARTS
23
P
S
3
A
R
KEY Unit
N
3-2 3-1
26
25
C
B
40" LCD Panel
Module Unit
5
C
27
B
34
B
1-1
36
C
M
A
4
1-3
B
1-2
6
R/C, LED Unit
1
29
2
A
35
32
10
MAIN Unit
TERMINAL Unit
35
E
19
9
19
32
N
S
Q
35
7
24
33
21
18
19
11
E
L
14
14
31
13
M
33
H
35
35
L
J
J
15
17
8
R
16
POWER Unit
35
35
31
13
35
8
I
Stand Support Ass'y
J
35
J
12
15
Stand Unit
X1
X2
15
3
30
31
I
15
A
35 16
Q
22
13
31
15
15
7
35
H
28
35
20
13
18
C
P
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NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[3] CABINET PARTS
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
2
3
3-1
3-2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
CCABAC508WJ31
Not available
HBDGBA061WJSA
Not available
GCABBB678WJ3A
CBTN-A863WJ31
JBTN-A863WJ3A
HiNDPD653WJSA
GCOVAC576WJKZ
GCOVAD656WJ3A
HiNDPD658WJSA
LANGKC597WJZZ
LANGKC598WJZZ
LANGKC599WJZZ
LANGKC600WJZZ
LANGKC603WJZZ
LANGKC604WJZZ
LANGKC624WJM1
LHLDWA133WJKZ
LHLDWA175WJUZ
LHLDWA289WJKZ
LHLDZB650WJKZ
PMLT-A610WJZZ
PMLT-A635WJZZ
QCNW-K760WJQZ
QCNW-K761WJQZ
QCNW-K762WJPZ
QCNW-K763WJQZ
QCNW-K764WJQZ
QCNW-K765WJPZ
RSP-ZA391WJZZ
RSP-ZA392WJZZ
TLABK0023TAZZ
TLABNB037WJZZ
TLABNC391WJZZ
XBBS740P06000
XBPS730P06WS0
XEBS740P10000
XEBS940P16000
XHPS830P06WS0
XHPS830P10WS0
AZ
AH
BA
AF
AF
AC
AC
AG
AB
AG
AC
AC
AE
AE
AE
AE
AC
AC
AC
AA
AA
AB
AG
AU
AG
AD
AH
AH
AP
AP
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AA
AB
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
J
X
X
X
X
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
X
J
J
J
J
J
J
Front Cabinet Ass'y
Front Cabinet
SHARP Badge
LED Cover
Rear Cabinet
KEY Button Cover Ass'y
KEY Button Cover
KEY Button Label
VESA Hole Cover, x4
Bottom Cover
Model Label
Center Angle, x2
POWER PWB Angle, x2
MAIN PWB Angle-W
MAIN PWB Angle-L
Panel Angle-L
Panel Angle-R
VESA Angle, x4
Wire Holder, x2
Wire Holder, x6
Wire Holder, x2
PWB Spacer
Gasket, x3
Gasket, x7
Connecting Cord (PD)
Connecting Cord (LW)
Connecting Cord (LB2)
Connecting Cord (KM)
Connecting Cord (RA)
Connecting Cord (SP)
Speaker-L
Speaker-R
Bar Code Label
Serial No. Label (Back)
Serial No. Label (Side)
Screw (for BL Chassis), x4
Screw (for BL Chassis), x4
Screw (for Front Cabinet), x2
Screw (for Front Cabinet/Rear Cabinet), x9
Screw (for Angle), x29
Screw (for Rear Cabinet), x3
4
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[4] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
X6 Remote control unit
X11 “AA” size battery
X2 Stand unit
X5 AC cord
X1 Stand support ass'y
X4 Cable clamp
X3 Screw ass'y
X7 Enquete Card
X8
X9 Operation manual
X10 Connection guide
NO.
PARTS CODE
Extendwaranty
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[4] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
!
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
X9
X9
X10
X11
CANGFA675WJ01
CDAi-A579WJ01
CSAKHA036WJ01
LHLDWA298WJKA
QACCDA066WJPZ
RRMCGA667WJSA
TCADEA243WJZZ
TGAN-A845WJN1
TiNS-E640WJZZ
TiNS-E641WJZZ
TiNS-E642WJZZ
TMAN-A036WJZZ
Not available
AF
AZ
AD
AD
AK
AH
AB
AB
AC
AC
AC
AB
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
X
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
Stand Support Ass'y, x2
Stand Unit
Screw Ass'y
Cable Clamp
AC Cord
Remote Control
Enquete Card
Extendwaranty
Operation Manual (English)
Operation Manual (French)
Operation Manual (Spanish)
Connection Guide
Battery
5
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[5] PACKING PARTS (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
X7
X8
X9
X10
S9
X3
X6
S5
X1
S7
X4
X11
S8
X5
S6
S6
S6
S1
S4
X2
S3
S6
S10
S6
S10
S2
Not Replacement item
6
LC-40D68UT
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[5] PACKING PARTS (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
SPAKAA520WJZZ
SPAKCF434WJZZ
SPAKPB219WJZZ
SPAKPB422WJZZ
SPAKPB423WJZZ
SPAKXC881WJZZ
SSAKA0101GJZZ
SSAKAA032WJZZ
SSAKHA036WJZZ
TLABKA009WJZZ
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
-
Cover Sheet
Packing Case
Sack
Wrapping Paper
Wrapping Paper
Packing Foam
Polyethylene Bag
Polyethylene Bag
Polyethylene Bag
Case No. Label
J
J
J
J
J
J
L=1000mm 4-5pins, Main to Key (KM)
L=1000mm 4pins, Main to Speaker (SP)
L=1000mm 10pins, Main to R/C LED (RA)
L=1000mm 51pins, Main to T-CON (LW)
L=1000mm 12-14pins, Main to Power (PD)
L=1000mm 14pins, Power to Inverter (LB2)
[6] SERVICE JIGS (USE FOR SERVICING)
N
N
N
N
N
N
QCNW-G401WJQZ
QCNW-H649WJPZ
QCNW-H762WJQZ
QCNW-K865WJQZ
QCNW-K866WJQZ
QCNW-K867WJQZ
AP
AP
AV
N
N
N
7
LC-40D68UT
COPYRIGHT © 2010 BY SHARP CORPORATION
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
No Part of this publication may be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in
any from or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without
prior written permission of the publisher.
Apr. 2010
SH. DS
SHARP CORPORATION
AV Systems Group
CS Promotion Center
Yaita,Tochigi 329-2193, Japan