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LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
SERVICE MANUAL
No. S12V452LE640U
LCD COLOR TELEVISION
MODELS
LC-52LE640U
LC-52C6400U
LC-60LE640U
LC-60C6400U
LC-70LE640U
LC-70C6400U
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
[4]
[5]
The location putting on the heat measure
sheet............................................................4-19
Precautions for assembly ............................4-20
CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT
[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ......................5-1
[2] PUBLIC MODE SETTING PROCEDURE
......5-15
CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICATIONS
[1] SPECIFICATIONS ......................................... 1-1
CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
[1] Failure diagnosis by LED in front of cabinet
........6-1
[2] LED flashing specification at the time of an
error (Center icon LED used) ........................6-1
[3] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE ......................6-5
CHAPTER 2. OPERATION MANUAL
[1] OPERATION MANUAL .................................. 2-1
CHAPTER 7. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS
[1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS .........................7-1
CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS
[1] DIMENSIONS (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)........ 3-1
[2] DIMENSIONS (LC-60/70LE640U,C6400U) .......... 3-2
CHAPTER 8. OVERALL WIRING/SYSTEM BLOCK
DIAGRAM
[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ......................8-1
[2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM .........................8-2
OUTLINE
MAJOR SERVICE PARTS ................................iv
CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS (LC52LE640U/C6400U)....................................... 4-1
[2] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS (LC60LE640U/C6400U)....................................... 4-7
[3] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS (LC70LE640U/C6400U)..................................... 4-13
Parts Guide
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.
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
LC52LE640U
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
•
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.
•
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.
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be
attempted.
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing.
C A U T I O N : F O R C O N T I N U E D PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE.
F7001 (250V 5A)
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.
„BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire &
Shock Hazard)
DVM
AC SCALE
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following
safety checks:
1.5k ohm
10W
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.
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.
0.15 µF
TEST PROBE
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.
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.
F7001 (250V 5A)
VERIFICATIONS CONTRE L'INCEN-DIE ET LE
CHOC ELECTRIQUE
Avant de rendre le récepteur à l'utilisateur, effectuer les vérifications suivantes.
DVM
ECHELLE CA
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.
1.5k ohm
10W
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.
0.15 µF
SONDE D'ESSAI
5. S'assurer qu'il n'y ait pas de danger d'électrocution en vérifiant la
fuite de courant, de la facon suivante:
•
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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LC52LE640U
OUTLINE
Service Manual
MAJOR SERVICE PARTS
„PWB Unit
Ref No.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Parts No.
DKEYMF733FM84
DKEYMF733FM83
DKEYMF733FM82
DUNTKG015FM01
DUNTKG014FM01
DUNTKF800FM53
RUNTKA936WJQZ
RUNTKA931WJQZ
RUNTKA932WJQZ
RUNTKA933WJQZ
DUNTKF975FM03
DUNTKF975FM02
DUNTKF975FM01
Description
MAIN Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
MAIN Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
MAIN Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
R/C, OPC Unit
ICON Unit
KEY Unit
Wi-Fi Unit
POWER/DRIVE Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
POWER/DRIVE Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
POWER/DRIVE Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
LCD CONTROL Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
LCD CONTROL Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
LCD CONTROL Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
NOTE: *1 Replace MAIN PWB Units (DKEYMF733FM**) in case of IC8401, IC3303 or IC8455 failure.
*2 Replace LCD CONTROL Units (DUNTKA975FM**) in case of IC5803 failure.
„OTHER Unit
Ref No.
N
N
N
Parts No.
R1LK520D3GV00Z
R1LK600D3GV00Z
R1LK695D3GW80Z
Description
52" LCD Panel Module Unit (LK520D3GV00Z)
60" LCD Panel Module Unit (LK600D3GV00Z)
70" LCD Panel Module Unit (LK695D3GW80Z)
„IC For Exclusive Use Of The Service
Ref No.
IC2001
Parts No.
RH-iXD241WJNSQ
Description
IC R5F21368CNFP (Monitor Microcomputer)
Q'ty
1
„Service Jigs
Ref No.
N
N
N
N
Parts No.
QCNW-C222WJQZ
QCNW-M580WJQZ
QCNW-L795WJQZ
QCNW-L807WJQZ
Connecting Cord
Connecting Cord
Connecting Cord
Connecting Cord
L=1000mm
L=1000mm
L=1000mm
L=1000mm
Description
80pins, LCD Control Unit to LCD Panel Unit
41pins, Main to LCD Control Unit (LW)
24pins, Main to POWER Unit (PD)
4pins, Power to LCD Control Unit (PL)
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Q'ty
2
1
1
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CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICATIONS
LC52LE640U
Service Manual
[1] SPECIFICATIONS
Model:
LC-70LE640U/
LC-70C6400U
Item
LCD
panel
Size
70Class (69 1˴"Diagonal)
/2
Resolution
2,073,600 pixels (1,920 x 1,080)
TV-standard (CCIR)
TV
Function
Model:
LC-60LE640U/
LC-60C6400U
Receiving
Channel
Model:
LC-52LE640U/
LC-52C6400U
60" Class (60 1/ 32" Diagonal) 52" Class (52 1/ 32" Diagonal)
American TV Standard ATSC/NTSC System
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
10 W x 2
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Back panel HDMI 3
vertical
HDMI 4
inputs
AUDIO OUT
USB 1
HDMI in with HDCP, Audio in (Ø 3.5 mm stereo jack), ARC
HDMI in with HDCP
HDMI in with HDCP
HDMI in with HDCP
Audio out (Ø 3.5 mm stereo jack)
Photo/Music/Video mode, Software update
COMPONENT
COMPONENT in
VIDEO 1
AV in
Terminals Back panel VIDEO 2
surface
inputs
PC IN
AV in
ANALOG RGB (PC) in (15-pin mini D-sub female connector),
Audio in (Ø 3.5 mm stereo jack)
RS-232C
9-pin D-sub male connector
ANT/CABLE
75 ǡ Unbalance, F Type x 1 for Analog (VHF/UHF/CATV) and Digital (AIR/CABLE)
AUDIO IN
Audio in (Ø 3.5 mm stereo jack)
Back panel
horizontal DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Optical Digital audio output x 1 (PCM/Dolby Digital)
inputs
ETHERNET
Network connector
USB 2
Photo/Music/Video mode, Software update
OSD language
English/French/Spanish
Power Requirement
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
188 W
150 W
228 W
(0.1 W Standby with AC 120 V) (0.1 W Standby with AC 120V) (0.1 W Standby with AC 120 V)
Weight
Dimension*2
(W x H x D)
(inch)
Operating temperature
TV + stand
86.0 lbs./39.0 kg
61.7 lbs./28.0 kg
56.2 lbs./25.5 kg
TV only
79.4 lbs./36.0 kg
56.2 lbs./25.5 kg
49.6 lbs./22.5 kg
TV + stand
47
19
/ 32 39˴˴x
/ 32 13 1˴
/8
63˴˴x
17
11
/ 32 34˴˴x
/ 32 131˴
/8
54˴˴x
TV only
19
7
1
/ 32 38˴˴x
/ 32 3 ˴
/2
63˴˴x
17
1
59
/ 32 33˴˴x
/ 2 2˴/64
54˴˴x
9
23
/ 16 30˴˴x
/ 64 131˴
/8
47˴˴x
3
9
47˴˴x
/ 16 29˴˴x
/ 32 2 27/32
+32q
㧲 to +104q
㧲 (0͠ to +40͠)
*1
Emergency alert messages via Cable are unreceivable.
The dimensional drawings are shown on the inside back cover.
• As part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and speci
cation changes for
product improvement without prior notice. The performance specication figures indicated are nominal values of production
units. There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.
*2
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CHAPTER 2. OPERATION MANUAL
LC52LE640U
Service Manual
[1] OPERATION MANUAL
Part Names
TV (Front)
OPC sensor*
Remote control sensor
Center Icon illumination
* OPC: Optical Picture Control
TV (Rear/Side)
*2
*1
RS-232C terminal
POWER
button
MENU
button
INPUT
button
PC IN terminal
VIDEO 2
terminals
VIDEO 1
terminals
Channel
buttons
(CH /
)
Volume
buttons
(VOL /
)
COMPONENT
terminals
*1
AUDIO OUT terminal
*1
USB 1 terminal
HDMI 1 terminal
ARC: Audio Return Channel
HDMI 2 terminal
USB 2
terminal
ETHERNET
terminal
Antenna/
Cable in
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT terminal
AUDIO IN terminal
(shared for PC IN
and HDMI 1) *3
*1 External equipment connection.
*2 Button operations.
*3 Details on the Audio Select function.
2–1
HDMI 3 terminal
HDMI 4 terminal
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
Remote Control Unit
1
18
2
19
3
4
5
20
21
1 POWER: Switch the TV power on or enter standby.
2 TV, STB, DVD.VCR, AUDIO: Switches the remote
control for TV, STB, BD, DVD, VCR and AUDIO operation.
* To enter the code registration mode, you need to press
an appropriate button (STB, DVD VCR or AUDIO) and
DISPLAY at the same time.
3 External equipment operational buttons: Operate the
external equipment.
4 OPTION: Display the Link Operation Menu screen. This
button will function only when AQUOS LINK is used.
5 SLEEP: Set the sleep timer.
6 0-9: Set the channel.
(DOT)
7
8 CC: Display captions from a closed-caption source.
9 AV MODE: Select an audio or video setting.
10 MUTE: Mute the sound.
11 VOL+/-: Set the volume.
12 MENU: Display the menu screen.
13 AAL: Display the TV+Web screen.
14 ˴/˴/˴/˴, ENTER: Select a desired item on the screen.
15 EXIT: Turn off the menu screen.
16 FAVORITE CH: Set the favorite channels.
17 A, B, C, D: Select 4 preset favorite channels in 4 different
categories.
While watching, you can toggle the selected channels by
pressing A, B, C and D.
18 DISPLAY: Display the channel information.
19 POWER (SOURCE): Turns the power of the external
equipment on and off.
20 FREEZE: Set the still image. Press again to return to
normal screen.
21 AUDIO: Selects the MTS/SAP or the audio mode during
multichannel audio broadcasts.
22 ENT: Jumps to a channel after selecting with the 0-9
buttons.
23 FLASHBACK: Return to the previous channel or external
input mode.
24 VIEW MODE: Select the screen size.
25 INPUT: Select a TV input source. (TV, HDMI1, HDMI2,
HDMI3, HDMI4, COMPONENT, VIDEO1, VIDEO2, PC IN,
Home Network (DLNA), USB)
26 CH˴/˴: Select the channel.
27 SmartCentral: Display the application window.
28 RETURN: Return to the previous menu screen.
29 NETFLIX: Display the Netfl ix screen.
30 FAV APP 1, 2, 3: You can assign your favorite
applications to these buttons.
٨
٨
6
7
22
8
9
10
11
12
23
24
13
27
25
26
14
15
28
29
16
17
30
• When using the remote control unit, point it at the TV.
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Attaching the Stand
• 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
•
•
•
•
1
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.
After attaching the stand to the TV, do not hold the stand when you put up, set up, move or lay down the TV.
4
Confirm that there are 12 screws (8 long screws
and 4 short screws) supplied with the stand unit.
Insert and tighten the 4 screws into the 4 holes on
the rear of the TV.
2 Ԙ Set the post for the stand unit onto the
polystyrene foam.
ԙ Attach the base to the post.
Ԛ Insert and tighten the 8 screws into the 8 holes
on the bottom of the base.
Short screws
• Hold the stand unit securely with one hand, and then
tighten the screws.
2
Long
screws
2
1
1
• To detach the stand, perform the steps in reverse order.
• In the installation procedure, be careful not to catch your
fingers between the TV set and the floor.
1
FRONT
3
Insert the stand into the openings on the bottom of the TV.
• Make sure that the stand is firmly inserted into the TV.
Improper installation may result in tilting of the TV set.
Soft cushion
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CHAPTER 3. DIMENSIONS
LC52LE640U
Service Manual
[1] DIMENSIONS (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
LC-52LE640U/LC-52C6400U
1 3/ 64 (26.4)*2
47 9/ 16 (1208)
2 27/ 32 (72)
5 41/ 64
(143)
16 1/ 2 (419)
5°
(400)
15
3/
4
43/ 64
8 15/ 32 (215)
4 1/ 2
(114)
6 17/ 64
(159)
AN-52AG4
*1
*2
2 1/ 64 (51)
(400)
(17)
15
13 1/ 8 (333)
15 25/ 64 (391) 13 19/ 32 (345)
21 7/ 64 (536)
11 17/ 64 (286)
25 33/ 64
(648.0)*1
29 3/ 32 (739)
30 23/ 64 (771)
45 23/ 64 (1152.0)*1
3/ 4
Unit: inch (mm)
Active area
Thinnest part
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[2] DIMENSIONS (LC-60/70LE640U,C6400U)
LC-70LE640U/LC-70C6400U
63 19/ 32 (1615)
3 1/ 2 (89)
5 23/ 64
(136)
10 23/ 64 (263)
21 3/ 16 (538)
34 3/ 32 (865.62)*1
38 7/ 16 (976)
60 19/ 32 (1538.88)*1
39 47/ 64 (1009)
Unit: inch (mm)
2 1/ 64 (51)*2
13 1/ 8 (333)
21 7/ 64 (536)
15 3/ 4 (400)
18 5/ 32 (461)
20 11/ 64 (512)
15 3/ 4 (400)
4 34/ 64 (115)
7 31/ 64 (190)
5°
5 25/ 64
(137)
8 15/ 32 (215)
7 59/ 64
(201)
AN-52AG4
LC-60LE640U/LC-60C6400U
1 7/ 64 (27.9)*2
2 59/ 64 (74)
(1385)
5 3/ 4
(146)
21 7/ 64 (536)
13 1/ 8 (333)
15 9/ 16 (395)
9 1/ 16 (230)
5°
15 3/ 4 (400)
2 1/ 16 (52)
15 3/ 4 (400)
8 15/ 32 (215)
4 17/ 32
(115)
6 21/ 32
(169)
AN-52AG4
*1
*2
6 9/ 64 (156)
18 1/ 2 (470)
29 7/ 16
(747.63)*1
34 11/ 32 (872)
33 1/ 2 (839)
52 11/ 32 (1329.12)*1
17 13/ 32 (442)
54
17/ 32
Active area
Thinnest part
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Service
CHAPTER 4. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
LC52LE640U
Manual
[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
1. Removing of Stand Unit and Rear Cabinet.
1. Remove the 4 lock screws
2. Remove the 1 lock screw
and detach the Stand Unit
.
and detach the AC Cord Cover
3. Disconnect AC wire and detach the AC Cord
4. Remove the 4 VESA Hole Covers
.
.
, 11 lock screws
, 3 lock screws
and 17 lock screws
and detach the Rear Cabinet
.
3
AC Cord Cover
4
Stand Unit 2
5 AC Cord
7
[AC]
1
6 VESA Hole Cover
9
[AC]
8
10 Rear Cabinet
[Precaution when removing the rear cabinet]
If the rear cabinet is removed with the set upright, the speakers may fall; it results in connector disconnection. Therefore, never remove the rear cabinet with the set upright.
Be sure to remove the rear cabinet with the screen side down.
Screws for fixing Speaker
and Rear Cabinet
Speaker fall down.
Speaker incline.
[Precaution when mounting the rear cabinet]
Put the speakers in place with the screen side down, and attach the rear cabinet.
Since the speakers are fixed by the rear cabinet, they cannot be fixed without the rear cabinet.
4–1
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[Precautions when fixing the Rear Cabinet]
When fixing the Rear Cabinet, be careful not to catch the backlight LED harness, speaker harness and other harnesses in it.
•
The hooks on the external wall of the Rear Cabinet are fitted in the Front Cabinet Ass’y. After putting the Rear Cabinet in place, fit the hooks
securely; then tighten the screws.
(Work method of Rear Cabinet fixation)
Rear Cabinet
(Mat parts)
Front Cabinet Ass'y
(Luster parts)
There is a gap without the fingernail fitting in completely only when covering
with Rear Cabinet.
It becomes the factor of a gap increase of Front Cabinet Ass'y/Rear Cabinet
and the Rear Cabinet misregistration.
Please tighten the screw after Rear Cabinet is firmly pushed, and the
fingernail is confirmed.
(Front Cabinet Ass’y/Rear Cabinet fingernail fixation place)
17 places
4–2
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2. Removing of Speaker (L/R), KEY Unit and Fixing Metal Angle.
1. Detach the Bottom Cover
2. Disconnect the SP wire.
3. Detach the Speaker (L)
, Speaker (R)
.
4. Disconnect the RC wire.
5. Detach the KEY Unit Ass’y
.
6. Disconnect the KM wire.
7. Remove the 2 lock screws
8. Detach the KEY Unit
and detach the Key Button
from Key Button
9. Remove the 19 lock screws
from Key Button Cover
.
.
and detach the Fixing Metal Angle
.
MAIN Unit
KEY Unit Ass'y 4
KEY Unit 7
Key Button 8
Cover
[SP]
5
[RC]
[KM]
Key Button 6
Fixing 10
Metal
Angle
9
Bottom 1
Cover
Speaker (R) 3
[SP]
Speaker (L) 2
4–3
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3. Removing of Connectors
1. Disconnect the following connectors from the MAIN Unit. (PD, LV, PL, Cl, UB)
2. Disconnect the following connectors from the POWER/DRIVE Unit. (PD, LA)
3. Disconnect the following connectors from the LCD CONTROL Unit. (LW, PL)
POWER/DRIVE Unit
[LA]
[LA]
[PD]
[PL]
[LW]
LCD CONTROL Unit
MAIN Unit
[PD]
[LV]
[PL]
[CI]
[UB]
4–4
MAIN Unit
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4. Removing of 60” LCD Panel Module Unit, LCD CONTROL Unit, MAIN Unit, POWER/DRIVE Unit.
1. Remove the 8 lock screws
.
2. Detach the 14 Fixing Metal Angles
.
3. Remove the 8 Hooks and detach the 60” LCD Panel Module Unit
4. Remove the 2 Connecting Cords
, 2 Ferrite Cores
.
and 6 lock screws
5. Remove the 5 lock screws
and detach the Shield (MAIN Unit)
6. Remove the 3 lock screws
and detach the MAIN Unit
7. Remove the 6 lock screws
and detach the POWER/DRIVE Unit
8. Remove the 8 lock screws
and detach the 2 Center Angles
and detach the LCD CONTROL Unit
.
.
and Terminal Angle (Bottom)
.
and AC Cord Barrier
.
.
Shield
(MAIN Unit) 9
Terminal Angle 10
(Bottom)
POWER/DRIVE Unit
14
8
11
13
MAIN Unit 12
AC Cord Barrier 15
2 Fixing Metal
Angle
Fixing Metal 2
Angle
2 Fixing Metal
Angle
Fixing Metal 2
Angle
3 60" LCD Panel
Module Unit
Hook
1
1
16
16
Hook
6
Ferrite Core
5
7 LCD CONTROL Unit
4 Connecting
Cord
Center
Angle
17
1
2 Fixing Metal
Angle
1
17 Center
Angle
4–5
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5. Removing of R/C OPC Unit, ICON Unit, WiFi Unit.
1. Detach the R/C OPC Unit
.
2. Disconnect the RA wire.
3. Remove the 1 lock screw
and detach the ICON Unit
.
4. Disconnect the CI wire.
5. Detach the WiFi Unit
.
6. Disconnect the UB wire.
Front Cabinet Ass'y
[CI]
[RA]
R/C OPC Unit 1
ICON Unit 3
4–6
[UB]
2
4 WiFi
Unit
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[2] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
1. Removing of Stand Unit and Rear Cabinet.
1. Remove the 4 lock screws
2. Remove the 1 lock screw
and detach the Stand Unit
.
and detach the AC Cord Cover
3. Disconnect AC wire and detach the AC Cord
4. Remove the 4 VESA Hole Covers
.
.
, 11 lock screws
, 20 lock screws
and detach the Rear Cabinet
.
䎖
䎗 䎤䎦䎃䎦䏒䏕䏇䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕
䎤䎦䎃䎦䏒䏕䏇
䎶䏗䏄䏑䏇䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗 䎕
䎘
䎙 䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎫䏒䏏䏈
䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕
䎾䎤䎦䏀
䎔
䎛
䎚
䎾䎤䎦䏀
䎜 䎵䏈䏄䏕䎃䎦䏄䏅䏌䏑䏈䏗
[Precaution when removing the rear cabinet]
If the rear cabinet is removed with the set upright, the speakers may fall; it results in connector disconnection. Therefore, never remove the rear cabinet with the set upright.
Be sure to remove the rear cabinet with the screen side down.
Screws for fixing Speaker
and Rear Cabinet
Speaker fall down.
Speaker incline.
[Precaution when mounting the rear cabinet]
Put the speakers in place with the screen side down, and attach the rear cabinet.
Since the speakers are fixed by the rear cabinet, they cannot be fixed without the rear cabinet.
4–7
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[Precautions when fixing the Rear Cabinet]
When fixing the Rear Cabinet, be careful not to catch the backlight LED harness, speaker harness and other harnesses in it.
•
The hooks on the external wall of the Rear Cabinet are fitted in the Front Cabinet Ass’y. After putting the Rear Cabinet in place, fit the hooks
securely; then tighten the screws.
(Work method of Rear Cabinet fixation)
Rear Cabinet
(Mat parts)
Front Cabinet Ass'y
(Luster parts)
There is a gap without the fingernail fitting in completely only when covering
with Rear Cabinet.
It becomes the factor of a gap increase of Front Cabinet Ass'y/Rear Cabinet
and the Rear Cabinet misregistration.
Please tighten the screw after Rear Cabinet is firmly pushed, and the
fingernail is confirmed.
(Front Cabinet Ass’y/Rear Cabinet fingernail fixation place)
17 places
4–8
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
2. Removing of Speaker (L/R), KEY Unit and Fixing Metal Angle.
1. Detach the Speaker (L)
, Speaker (R)
.
2. Disconnect the SP wire.
3. Disconnect the RC wire.
4. Detach the KEY Unit Ass’y
.
5. Disconnect the KM wire.
6. Remove the 2 lock screws
7. Detach the KEY Unit
and detach the Key Button
from Key Button
from Key Button Cover
.
.
8. Remove the 4 Hooks and detach the 2 Bottom Cover
.
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎮䎨䎼䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎮䏈䏜䎃䎥䏘䏗䏗䏒䏑䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕 䎙
䎗
䎚
䎾䎶䎳䏀
䎾䎵䎦䏀
䎾䎮䎰䏀
䎘 䎮䏈䏜䎃䎥䏘䏗䏗䏒䏑
䎖
䎮䎨䎼䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎫䏒䏒䏎 䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎾䎶䎳䏀
䎛 䎥䏒䏗䏗䏒䏐䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕
䎔 䎶䏓䏈䏄䏎䏈䏕䎃䎋䎯䎌
䎶䏓䏈䏄䏎䏈䏕䎃䎋䎵䎌 䎕
4–9
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3. Removing of Connectors
1. Disconnect the following connectors from the MAIN Unit. (PD, LV, PL, Cl, UB)
2. Disconnect the following connectors from the POWER/DRIVE Unit. (PD, LA)
3. Disconnect the following connectors from the LCD CONTROL Unit. (LV, PL)
䎳䎲䎺䎨䎵䎒䎧䎵䎬䎹䎨䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗 䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎾䎯䎤䏀
䎾䎯䎤䏀
䎾䎳䎧䏀
䎾䎳䎯䏀
䎾䎯䎹䏀
䎯䎦䎧䎃䎦䎲䎱䎷䎵䎲䎯䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎾䎳䎧䏀
䎾䎯䎹䏀
䎾䎳䎯䏀
䎾䎦䎬䏀
䎾䎸䎥䏀
4 – 10
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4. Removing of 60” LCD Panel Module Unit, LCD CONTROL Unit, MAIN Unit, POWER/DRIVE Unit.
1. Remove the 21 Hooks and detach the 60” LCD Panel Module Unit
2. Remove the 2 Connecting Cords
, 2 Ferrite Cores
.
and 6 lock screws
3. Remove the 5 lock screws
and detach the MAIN PWB Shield
4. Remove the 3 lock screws
and detach the MAIN Unit
5. Remove the 6 lock screws
and detach the POWER/DRIVE Unit
6. Remove the 12 lock screws
and detach the 2 Support Ass’y
7. Remove the 16 lock screws
and detach the 4 VESA Angle Ass’
and detach the LCD CONTROL Unit
.
.
and Terminal Angle (Bottom)
.
and AC Cord Barrier
.
.
.
䎙
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎳䎺䎥䎃䎶䏋䏌䏈䏏䏇 䎚
䎔䎔
䎔䎙
䎔䎙
䎳䎲䎺䎨䎵䎒䎧䎵䎬䎹䎨
䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗 䎔䎕
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃
䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎔䎚
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜 䎔䎚
䎔䎙
䎔䎙
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜 䎔䎚
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃
䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈
䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎜 䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎔䎚
䎔䎖
䎛
䎔䎓
䎷䏈䏕䏐䏌䏑䏄䏏䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈
䎋䎥䏒䏗䏗䏒䏐䎌
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎤䎦䎃䎦䏒䏇䏈䎃
䎥䏄䏕䏕䏌䏈䏕
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎔
䎙䎓䎅䎯䎦䎧䎃䎳䏄䏑䏈䏏䎃䎰䏒䏇䏘䏏䏈䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎘 䎯䎦䎧䎃䎦䎲䎱䎷䎵䎲䎯
䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎶䏘䏓䏓䏒䏕䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䎊䏜 䎔䎘
䎔䎗
䎖 䎩䏈䏕䏕䏌䏗䏈䎃䎦䏒䏕䏈
䎗
䎕 䎦䏒䏑䏑䏈䏗䏌䏑䏊䎃䎦䏒䏕䏇
4 – 11
䎔䎘 䎶䏘䏓䏓䏒䏕䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䎊䏜
䎔䎗
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5. Removing of R/C OPC Unit, ICON Unit, WiFi Unit.
1. Detach the R/C OPC Unit
.
2. Disconnect the RA wire.
3. Detach the ICON Unit
.
4. Disconnect the CI wire.
5. Detach the Wi-Fi Unit
.
6. Disconnect the UB wire.
䎩䏕䏒䏑䏗䎃䎦䏄䏅䏌䏑䏈䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎾䎦䎬䏀
䎾䎸䎥䏀 䎾䎵䎤䏀
䎔
䎕
䎺䏌䎐䎩䏌 䎸䏑䏌䏗 䎵䎒䎦䎃䎲䎳䎦䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎬䎦䎲䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗 䎖
4 – 12
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[3] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
1. Removing of Stand Unit and Rear Cabinet Ass’y.
1. Remove the 4 lock screws
2. Remove the 1 lock screw
and detach the Stand Unit
.
and detach the AC Cord Cover
3. Disconnect AC wire and detach the AC Cord
4. Remove the 4 VESA Hole Covers
.
.
, 9 lock screws
and 21 lock screws
and detach the Rear Cabinet Ass’y
.
䎖
䎗 䎤䎦䎃䎦䏒䏕䏇䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕
䎤䎦䎃䎦䏒䏕䏇
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎫䏒䏏䏈䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕 䎘
䎶䏗䏄䏑䏇䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗 䎕
䎙
䎔
䎾䎤䎦䏀
䎛
䎚
䎾䎤䎦䏀
䎜 䎵䏈䏄䏕䎃䎦䏄䏅䏌䏑䏈䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
[Precautions when mounting and removing the rear cabinet]
Basically, there is no problem as in LC-60LE632U. However, the screws on both sides are not tightened together with the Rear Cabinet Ass’y.
The inside is fixed by the module and Speaker.
Therefore, it does not come away completely, but only one side can come off.
Tighten together with the
Rear Cabinet Ass'y.
Fix with the 70" LCD Panel Module Unit.
4 – 13
Only one side (outer) can come off.
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
[Precautions for assembly]
Push
Push
Push
CAUTION
Set it so that there may not be a clearance between Front Cabinet Ass'y and Rear Cabinet Ass'y.
Push
Push
The fingernail is surely fixed when Rear cabinet Ass'y is
firmly pushed, and the gap disappears.
There is a gap without the fingernail fitting
in completely only when covering with Rear Cabinet Ass'y.
Push
Push
(Front Cabinet Ass’y/Rear Cabinet Ass’y fingernail fixation place)
19 places
4 – 14
Push
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
2. Removing of Speaker (L/R) and KEY Unit.
1. Disconnect the SP wire.
2. Remove the 2 lock screws
and detach the Speaker (L)
, Speaker (R)
.
3. Disconnect the RC wire.
4. Detach the KEY Unit Ass’y
.
5. Disconnect the KM wire.
6. Remove the 2 lock screws
7. Detach the KEY Unit
and detach the Key Button
from Key Button
from Key Button Cover
.
.
8. Remove the 4 Hooks and detach the 2 Bottom Cover
.
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎾䎶䎳䏀
䎮䎨䎼䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎮䏈䏜䎃䎥䏘䏗䏗䏒䏑䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕 䎚
䎘
䎛
䎾䎵䎦䏀
䎾䎮䎰䏀
䎙 䎮䏈䏜䎃䎥䏘䏗䏗䏒䏑
䎗
䎮䎨䎼䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎫䏒䏒䏎 䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎜
䎥䏒䏗䏗䏒䏐䎃䎦䏒䏙䏈䏕
䎾䎶䎳䏀
䎜
䎕 䎶䏓䏈䏄䏎䏈䏕䎃䎋䎯䎌
䎶䏓䏈䏄䏎䏈䏕䎃䎋䎵䎌 䎖
䎔
䎔
4 – 15
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3. Removing of Connectors
1. Disconnect the following connectors from the MAIN Unit. (PD, LV, PL, Cl, UB)
2. Disconnect the following connectors from the POWER/DRIVE Unit. (PD, LA)
3. Disconnect the following connectors from the LCD CONTROL Unit. (LV, PL)
䎳䎲䎺䎨䎵䎒䎧䎵䎬䎹䎨䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎾䎯䎤䏀
䎾䎯䎤䏀
䎾䎳䎧䏀
䎾䎳䎯䏀
䎾䎯䎹䏀
䎯䎦䎧䎃䎦䎲䎱䎷䎵䎲䎯䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎾䎳䎧䏀
䎾䎯䎹䏀
䎾䎳䎯䏀
䎾䎦䎬䏀
䎾䎸䎥䏀
4 – 16
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
4. Removing of 70” LCD Panel Module Unit, LCD CONTROL Unit, MAIN Unit, POWER Unit.
1. Remove the 24 Hooks and detach the 70” LCD Panel Module Unit
2. Remove the 2 Connecting Cords
, 2 Ferrite Cores
.
, 6 lock screws
3. Remove the 2 look screws
and detach the 2 Spacers
4. Remove the 6 lock screws
and detach the POWER Unit
and detach the LCD CONTROL Unit
.
.
.
5. Remove the 5 lock screws
and detach the MAIN PWB Shield
6. Remove the 3 lock screws
and detach the MAIN Unit
.
and Terminal Angle (Bottom)
7. Remove the 12 lock screws
and detach the 2 Support Ass’y
8. Remove the 16 lock screws
and detach the 4 VESA Angle Ass’ys
.
.
.
䎔䎓
䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎳䎺䎥䎃䎶䏋䏌䏈䏏䏇 䎔䎔
䎛
䎔䎚
䎔䎚
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜 䎔䎛
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈
䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎔䎕
䎔䎛
䎳䎲䎺䎨䎵䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃
䎔䎚 䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈
䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎜
䎔䎚
䎔䎖 䎰䎤䎬䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎔䎛
䎹䎨䎶䎤䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜 䎔䎛
䎔䎗 䎷䏈䏕䏐䏌䏑䏄䏏䎃䎤䏑䏊䏏䏈
䎋䎥䏒䏗䏗䏒䏐䎌
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎔
䎚䎓䎅䎯䎦䎧䎃䎳䏄䏑䏈䏏䎃䎰䏒䏇䏘䏏䏈䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎯䎦䎧䎃䎦䎲䎱䎷䎵䎲䎯䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎘
䎫䏒䏒䏎
䎶䏓䏄䏆䏈䏕 䎚
䎚 䎶䏓䏄䏆䏈䏕
䎙
䎙
䎔䎙 䎶䏘䏓䏓䏒䏕䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䎊䏜
䎶䏘䏓䏓䏒䏕䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䎊䏜 䎔䎙
䎖
䎗
䎔䎘
䎩䏈䏕䏕䏌䏗䏈䎃䎦䏒䏕䏈
䎕 䎦䏒䏑䏑䏈䏗䏌䏑䏊䎃䎦䏒䏕䏇
4 – 17
䎔䎘
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
5. Removing of R/C OPC Unit, ICON Unit, WiFi Unit.
1. Detach the R/C OPC Unit
.
2. Disconnect the RA wire.
3. Detach the ICON Unit
.
4. Disconnect the CI wire.
5. Detach the Wi-Fi Unit
.
6. Disconnect the UB wire.
䎩䏕䏒䏑䏗䎃䎦䏄䏅䏌䏑䏈䏗䎃䎤䏖䏖䏃䏜
䎕
䎾䎦䎬䏀
䎬䎦䎲䎱䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
4 – 18
䎾䎸䎥䏀
䎾䎵䎤䏀
䎖
䎺䏌䎐䎩䏌䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
䎔
䎵䎒䎦䎃䎲䎳䎦䎃䎸䏑䏌䏗
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
[4] The location putting on the heat measure sheet
1. MAIN PWB Unit
•
LC-60LE640U/C6400U
Put 䇼PSPAZC805WJKZ䇽 along these
ruled lines.
•
LC-70LE640U/6400U
PSPAZC741WJKZ
835
2. LCD Control Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
PSPAZC854WJKZ
TCON CPU COOLER
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[5] Precautions for assembly
1. Points to be checked and precautions when servicing the unit
Mount the main PWB Ass’y on the backlight chassis and check that the EMI-prevention parts are not peeled and twisted from the access holes. (The
EMI-prevention parts, conductive nonwoven fabric gaskets, must be seen from the access holes.)
[Countermeasure]
Attach the conductive nonwoven fabric gaskets on the shielded case on the main PWB.
•
LC-52/60LE640U,C6400U
PSPAZC690WJZZ
PSPAZC691WJZZ x2
PSPAZC691WJZZ
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PMLT-A691WJQZ
PMLT-A690WJQZ
PMLT-A690WJQZ
PMLT-A691WJQZ
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State where the main PWB and shielded case are assembled
Access hole
Access hole
The following is a drawing mounting the main PWB Ass’y on the backlight chassis. (The parts indicated by -> are the access holes for confirmation.)
(Main PWB Ass’y => State where the shielded case and RF terminal angle are mounted on the main PWB)
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CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENT
LC52LE640U
Service Manual
[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:
MAIN Unit:
MAIN Unit:
DKEYMF733FM84
DKEYMF733FM83
DKEYMF733FM82
(LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
(LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
(LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
• When replacing the LCD control PWB, perform the VCOM adjustment.
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 (please use a software version after BSMK_LE640_xxx.USB).
•
Monitor microprocessor software (please use a software version after BM2SDMxxx.SMB.)
The main software, monitor microprocessor software can be upgraded by using a general-purpose USB Memory.
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
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USB Memory of 128MB or higher capacity.
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PC running on Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP operating system.
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USB Memory reader/writer or PC with a USB port.
•
The file system of a USB memory is FAT. (FAT32 supports)
•
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 BSMK_LE640_xxx.USB 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.
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2.2.3 How to upgrade the software
1. Unplug the AC cord.
2. Insert the USB Memory for version upgrade into the service socket.
3. Plug in the AC cord with power button pressed down.
4. After 5 seconds, unpress the power button.
5. After the unit startup, the system upgrade screen as shown below within 20-40 seconds.
Software Update
52LE640U
MAIN
26%
SUB MICOM
SAME VERSION
PANEL EEPROM
NO DATA
090U1112051
MAIN Version
SUB MICOM Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
PANEL EEPROM
㧙㧙㧙㧙
6. Even a single failure in the process will trigger the upgrade failure screen.
Software Update
52LE640U
UPGRADE FAILURE
MAIN
Project ID
SUB MICOM
NO DATA
PANEL EEPROM
NO DATA
MAIN Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
SUB MICOM Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
PANEL EEPROM
㧙㧙㧙㧙
NOTE: In the event of a failure, repeat the upgrade process. If the process repeatedly fails, it is likely that the hardware need fixing.
7. 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.
Software Update
52LE640U
UPGRADE SUCCESS
MAIN
100%
SUB MICOM
SAME VERSION
PANEL EEPROM
NO DATA
090U1112051
MAIN Version
SUB MICOM Version
PANEL EEPROM
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
㧙㧙㧙㧙
8. Unplug the AC cord and remove the USB Memory for version upgrade.
9. 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
Create the USB memory for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade in the same manner as explained in the “Main software version
upgrade”.
Copy the file BSMK_LE640_xxx.USB and BM2SMxxx.SMB. (named temporarily) for monitor microprocessor software version upgrade to the USB
memory.
2.3.1 How to upgrade the software
1. Unplug the AC cord.
2. Insert the USB Memory for version upgrade into the service socket.
3. Plug in the AC cord with power button pressed down.
4. After 5 seconds, unpress the power button.
CAUTION: •
•
The moment this operation is done, the upgrading of the monitor microprocessor software starts. While the upgrade is ongoing, never
power off the unit. Otherwise the upgrade will fail and the system may be serious damaged beyond recovery (inability to start).
After the monitor microprocessor software is upgraded, also perform the ‘Industry Init’.
5. After the unit startup, the upgrade starts. The power led will blink continuously. Also, an upgrade screen will be shown during a minor upgrade.
Software Update
52LE640U
MAIN
NO DATA
SUB MICOM
50%
PANEL EEPROM
NO DATA
MAIN Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
SUB MICOM Version
0.820
PANEL EEPROM
㧙㧙㧙㧙
6. If the upgrade fails, power led will stop blinking. Also, the upgrade failure screen will be shown if upgrade screen was shown at 5.
Software Update
52LE640U
UPGRADE FAILURE
MAIN
NO DATA
SUB MICOM
SAME VERSION
PANEL EEPROM
NO DATA
MAIN Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
SUB MICOM Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
PANEL EEPROM
㧙㧙㧙㧙
NOTE: In the event of a transient failure, upgrade will be automatically retried up to three times. If the process repeatedly fails, hardware may be the
cause.
7. The upgrade success screen will be shown if upgrade screen was shown at 5.
Software Update
52LE640U
UPGRADE SUCCESS
MAIN
NO DATA
SUB MICOM
100%
PANEL EEPROM
NO DATA
MAIN Version
㧙㧙㧙㧙㧙
SUB MICOM Version
0.820
PANEL EEPROM
㧙㧙㧙㧙
8. Unplug the AC cord and remove the USB Memory for version upgrade.
9. 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 monitor microprocessor software version information and panel size information.
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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 blue 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 and description of display in adjustment process mode
1) Key operation
Remote controller key
CH (
/
)
VOL (+/–)
Cursor (UP/DOWN)
Cursor (LEFT/RIGHT)
INPUT
ENTER
Main unit key
CH (
/
)
VOL (+/–)
—————
—————
—————
—————
Function
Moving an item (line) by one (UP/DOWN)
Changing a selected item setting (+1/ –1)
Turing a page (PREVIOUS/NEXT)
Changing a selected line setting (+10/ –10)
Input switching (toggle switching)
Executing a function
*Input mode is switched automatically when relevant adjustment is started so far as the necessary input signal is available.
2) Description of display
(1) Current page/
Total pages
1/28
(2) Current selected input
(3) Current color system
(5) LCD Panel size/Speaker type
(4) Destination
TUNER
AUTO
USA
MAIN Version
0.90 (U 2011/12/05 1 A)
BOOT Version
BSMKxxx
Monitor / Monitor BOOTVersion
0.90 / 0.90
T-CON Version / LED CON Version
201112052d523c41/478936600000
NETFLIX ESN
ERR-1
WIDEVINE DEVICE ID
ERR-1
FRC Version
201112052d523c41
TOUCH SENSOR/IR Micom Version
0000/---
TEMPERATURE
6E
60_UNDER
(7) Parameters
LAMP ERROR
0
MONITOR ERR CAUSE
1) 11 B00000040:30
2) 11 B00000040:11
3) 11 B00000039:11
4) 11 B00000025:52
NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE
1 RC_STNBY
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE
0
0
0
0
0
5–4
(6) Adjustment
process menu
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5. List of adjustment process mode menu
The character string in brackets [ ] will appear as a page title in the adjustment process menu header.
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Item
MAIN Version
BOOT Version
Monitor / Monitor BOOT Version
T-CON Version / LED CON Version
NETFLIX ESN
WIDEVINE DEVICE ID
FRC Version
TOUCH SENSOR/IR Micom Version
TEMPERATURE
LAMP ERROR
MONITOR ERR CAUSE
NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE
INDUSTRY INIT
INDUSTRY INIT(-Public)
PUBLIC MODE
Center Acutime
RESET
Backlight Acutime
RESET
LAMP ERROR RESET
VIC XPOS
VIC YPOS
VIC COLOR
VIC SIGNAL TYPE
VIC READ
N358 ALL ADJ(INPUT2)
N358 MAIN ADJ(INPUT2)
TUNER DAC ADJ
N358 CONTRAST A_GAIN
N358 CONTRAST D_GAIN
N358 CONTRAST OFFSET
TUNER CONTRAST A_GAIN
TUNER CONTRAST D_GAIN
TUNER CONTRAST OFFSET
TUNER VCHIP TEST(69ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST(7ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST(10ch)
TUNER VCHIP TEST(15ch)
INSPECT USB TERM
HDMI EDID WRITE
HDMI CEC TEST
COMP15K ADJ(INPUT1)
COMP15K Y A_GAIN
COMP15K Cb A_GAIN
COMP15K Cr A_GAIN
COMP15K Y OFFSET
COMP15K Cb OFFSET
COMP15K Cr OFFSET
COMP15K A_CLAMP
COMP33K ADJ(INPUT1)
COMP33K Y A_GAIN
COMP33K Cb A_GAIN
COMP33K Cr A_GAIN
COMP33K Y OFFSET
COMP33K Cb OFFSET
COMP33K Cr OFFSET
COMP33K A_CLAMP
Description
Main software version
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Monitor and monitor boot software version
LCD controller software version
Panel temperature
Number of termination due to lamp error
Refer to *1 under the list for details
Refer to *2 under the list for details
Initialization to factory settings
Public mode
Accumulated main operation time
Reset
Accumulated monitor operation time
Reset
Reset LAMP ERROR
X-coordinate setting for VIC READ
Y-coordinate setting for VIC READ
Collected color data setting for VIC READ
Signal type setting for VIC READ
Picture level acquisition function
CVBS and TUNER signal level adjustment
CVBS signal level adjustment
TUNER signal level adjustment
Tuning test and VCHIP test (69ch)
Tuning test and VCHIP test (7ch)
Tuning test and VCHIP test (10ch)
Tuning test and VCHIP test (15ch)
Component 15K picture level adjustment (main)
Component 33K picture level adjustment (main)
5–5
Level appears in green on the upper right
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Item
ANALOG RGB ADJ
R A_GAIN
G A_GAIN
B A_GAIN
R OFFSET
G OFFSET
B OFFSET
RGB_A_CLAMP
VCOM ADJ
LEV1
LEV2
LEV3
LEV4
LEV5
LEV6
MG1R
MG1G
MG1B
MG2R
MG2G
MG2B
MG3R
MG3G
MG3B
MG4R
MG4G
MG4B
MG5R
MG5G
MG5B
MG6R
MG6G
MG6B
LO R 1
LO G 1
LO B 1
LO Y 1
LO R 2
LO G 2
LO B 2
LO Y 2
LO R 3
LO G 3
LO B 3
LO Y 3
LO R 4
LO G 4
LO B 4
LO Y 4
LO R 5
LO G 5
LO B 5
LO Y 5
LO R 6
LO G 6
LO B 6
LO Y 6
CTEMP SELECT
Description
Analog RGB picture level adjustment
VCOM adjustment value
Standard value 1
Standard value 2
Standard value 3
Standard value 4
Standard value 5
Standard value 6
WB adjustment Point 1, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 1, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 1, 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 3, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 3, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 3, 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 5, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 5, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 5, B adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 6, R adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 6, G adjustment value
WB adjustment Point 6, B adjustment value
5–6
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
Adjustment gradation setting.
Parameter for six-point adjustment
Parameter for six-point adjustment
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Item
MODE SELECT
POS SELECT
POS MIN
POS MID1
POS MID2
POS MID3
POS MID4
POS MID5
POS MID6
POS MAX
CD MIN
CD MID1
CD MID2
CD MID3
CD MID4
CD MID5
CD MID6
CD MAX
CALC
RESET
VAL1
VAL2
VAL3
VAL4
VAL5
VAL6
GAMMA ADJ TEMP
MONITOR TIME OUT
MONITOR MAX TEMP
MONITOR ERROR CAUSE RESET
LCD TEST PATTERN
LCD TEST PATTERN1
LCD TEST PATTERN2
LCD TEST PATTERN3
LCD TEST PATTERN4
TV TEST PATTERN 1
TV TEST PATTERN 2
T-CON VERSION EXT.1
T-CON VERSION EXT.2
T-CON VERSION EXT.3
T-CON VERSION EXT.4
READ/WRITE
SLAVE ADDRESS
RESISTER ADDRESS UPPER
RESISTER ADDRESS LOWER
WRITE DATA UPPER
WRITE DATA LOWER
READ DATA UPPER
READ DATA LOWER
POWER LED BRIGHTNESS
MENU LED BRIGHTNESS
INPUT LED BRIGHTNESS
CH UP LED BRIGHTNESS
CH DOWN LED BRIGHTNESS
VOL UP LED BRIGHTNESS
VOL DOWN LED BRIGHTNESS
LOGO LED BRIGHTNESS
ICON LED BRIGHTNESS
ICON LED BRIGHTNESS
(STANDBY)
3D LED BRIGHTNESS
Description
PRIMROSE 2D Version
PRIMROSE 3D Version
Blank (Not Use)
Blank (Not Use)
5–7
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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POWER KEY SENSITIVITY
MENU KEY SENSITIVITY
INPUT KEY SENSITIVITY
CH UP KEY SENSITIVITY
CH DOWN KEY SENSITIVITY
VOL UP KEY SENSITIVITY
VOL DOWN KEY SENSITIVITY
KEY STRENGTH GET MODE
POWER KEY STRENGTH
MENU KEY STRENGTH
INPUT KEY STRENGTH
CH UP KEY STRENGTH
CH DOWN KEY STRENGTH
VOL UP KEY STRENGTH
VOL DOWN KEY STRENGTH
CROSSTALK ADJ MODE
CROSSTALK TH1
CROSSTALK TH2
CROSSTALK TH3
CROSSTALK TH4
CROSSTALK GAIN1
CROSSTALK GAIN2
CROSSTALK GAIN3
WIFI SSID 2.4GHz
WIFI SSID 5GHz
WIFI RSSI 2.4GHz
WIFI RSSI 5GHz
WIFI TIME 2.4GHz
WIFI TIME 5GHz
WIFI RSSI TEST
WIFI RSSI RESULT
KEY LOCK (1217)
KOUTEI AREA ALL CLEAR
A MODE AREA CLEAR
BACKUP AREA CLEAR
B MODE AREA CLEAR
EXECUTION
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE1
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE2
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE3
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE4
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE5
ERROR STANDBY CAUSE RESET
EEP SAVE
EEP RECOVER
MODEL NAME
PANEL SIZE
SETTING FOR ADJ
VERUP FLAG ENABLE
SHARP RC ENABLE
PANEL LIMIT
PANEL RANGE LIMIT
SHORT CHECK MODE
SHORT CHECK CURRENT
CURRENT SW
TEST NETWORK UPDATE
Description
Set AP SSID
Set AP SSID
Set RSSI threshold
Set RSSI threshold
Set Time Out
Set Time Out
Execute test
Display test result
Writing setting values to EEPROM
Reading setting values from EEPROM
5–8
Remarks (adjustment detail, etc.)
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*1 Details of P1.12 (NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE)
When TV set is powered off due to normal use or product specification, the last cause will be recorded.
The code, character string and description for the standby cause are below.
If you power off by remote, the cause will not be recorded.
Code
2
3
6
8
Character string
NO_OPERT
NO_SIGNA
SLEEP_TM
OFF_232C
Description
No operation off
No signal off
Off timer
Command from RS232C
*2 Details of P1.13 (ERROR STANDBY CAUSE)
When TV set is powered off due to any anomaly detection, the past 5 causes will be recorded.
You can confirm the time those causes occurred and character string in the adjustment process mode menu. (Page 27/28)
The time is accumulated total after TV set is powered on, and the value corresponds to “Center Acutime” in the adjustment process mode menu.
The code, character string and description for the standby cause are below.
If no error has occurred, the code is 0 and the character string is “NO RECORD”.
Code
1A
1B
22
48
50
54
Character string
E_MONITR
E_CVICBT
E_TCNERR
E_MRESET
E_TCNF_S
E_TCON_E
Description
Monitor trouble detected
Driver boot error
Software abnormality of LCD controller
Failure of resetting menu settings (Initial Setup - Reset)
T-CON FPGA status error
T-CON hung-up
Monitor ERR STBY table
Outline: Communication/Power failure detected by the monitor microcomputer is stored in EEPROM, and last 4 abnormal can
be confirmed in the Process mode A.
Location: Page 1 of the process mode A: MONITOR ERR CAUSE. “0” if there is no error. It is cleared to 0 on the last page of
the process mode A.
Display
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
11
16
1A
1E
1F
20
21
23
Error description
Initial communication from the main CPU is not received.
Check UART bus between main CPU and sub CPU.
Only the initial communication is received.
Until panel information request reception
Until initialization completion reception
Until version notification transmission
Until start-up information notification transmission
Until start-up information response reception
Until time-out setting reception
Request time-out
Restart time-out during the beginning of time acquisition start-up
Ending sequence time-out
Preset start-up time-out during completion
Download, start-up time-out
Time acquisition time-out
Regular communication time-out
Backlight error
See p.6-5
Monitor temperature failure
- Check TV setting environment
- Check the other monitor (ref No.)
DET_13V failure
Check 13V power line.
DET_D3V3 failure
Check D3V3 power line.
ERROR_3D (3D-PWB) failure
Check 3D-PWB
DET_PNLxxV failure
Check T-CON power line
Error standby request from the main CPU
Check ERROR STANDBY CAUSE (p.5-8)
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6. Special features
*
STANDBY CAUSE (Page 1/28)
Display of a cause (code) of the last standby
The cause of the last standby is recorded in EEPROM whenever possible.
Checking this code will be useful in finding a problem when you repair the troubled set.
*
EEP SAVE (Page 28/28)
*
EEP RECOVER (Page 28/28)
Storage of EEP adjustment value
Retrieval of EEP adjustment value from storage area
7. Writing the microprocessor software
7.1. Writing the main microprocessor software and monitor microprocessor software
(Main PWB: QPWBXF733WJN2)
1
Adjustment item
Writing the main microprocessor software and monitor microprocessor software
<Main PWB>
Adjustment conditions
Checker process
Checking the file version
Checking the USB memory
Adjustment procedure
1) Using the checker, connect the specified writing tool to the SC8452 (TL8461 TL8475).
2) Using the checker, connect the USB memory to the J9502 (TL9503, TL9506 9508).
3) Apply the specified voltage to the PWB and boot it up with the tool connected.
4) Send the software writing start command via RS232C.
5) Send the writing status check command and confirm the response of OK. Then
turn off the power.
CAUTION: When the USB memory is not inserted or reading error occurs, nothing
is written.
8. Signal adjustment
8.1. LCD section adjustment [LCD module adjustment]
1
Adjustment item
Opposite bias adjustment
(LCD module adjustment
item)
Adjustment conditions
Adjustment in the center
position of the panel
Adjustment procedure
Enter the process mode using the process adjustment remote control.
Select [VCOM ADJ] using the Channel
/
keys on the remote control.
Press the Enter key to check that the pattern for adjustment is displayed.
Make adjustment so that the flicker located in the center of the screen is minimized using the Volume +/- keys on the remote control.
5) If the optimum condition is obtained in step 4, press the Enter key to turn off the
pattern.
1)
2)
3)
4)
CAUTION: *
Make adjustment with no ANT signal (since the brightness is changed
by the active backlight).
[Adjustment position]
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8.2. Image adjustment
8.2.1 Device check
Before adjustment, check that the adjustment jig and signal source are set for Sharp LCD US.
Signal generator level adjustment check (Adjust to the standard value level.)
• Composite signal:
• 15K component signal:
• 33K component signal:
• Analog RGB:
Y level:
PB/PR level:
Y level:
PB/PR level:
RGB level:
0.714Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white)
0.714Vp-p± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white)
0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p
0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white)
0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p
0.7Vp-p ± 0.02Vp-p (Pedestal to white)
8.2.2 Process mode
Adjustment point
Process mode
Adjustment conditions
Adjustment procedure
Enter the process adjustment mode using the process adjustment remote control.
8.2.3 Composite N358 signal/tuner adjustment
1
Adjustment point
Setting
Adjustment conditions
N358 signal
US-10ch
•
•
Adjustment procedure
Send the N358 color bar (color saturation: 75%) signal to the composite input.
Send the in-house signal (use US-10ch) to TUNER.
[Video input signal]
[In-house US-10ch]
Color saturation: 75%
100% white
2
Automatic adjustment execution
0% black
100% white
Point the cursor to [ N358 ALL ADJ(INPUT2)] and press the [Enter] key.
The adjustment is complete when [ N358 ALL ADJ(INPUT2) OK] is displayed.
8.2.4 Component 15K signal adjustment
1
Adjustment point
Setting
Adjustment conditions
480i signal
•
Adjustment procedure
Send the 100% color bar signal to the component input.
Color saturation: 100%
100% white
2
Automatic adjustment execution
480i
100% color bar
0% black
Point the cursor to [ COMP15K ADJ(INPUT1)] and press the [Enter] key.
The adjustment is complete when [ COMP15K ADJ(INPUT1) OK] is displayed.
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8.2.5 Component 33K signal adjustment
1
Adjustment point
Setting
Adjustment conditions
1080i signal
Adjustment procedure
• Send the 100% color bar signal to the component input.
Color saturation: 100%
100% white
2
Automatic adjustment execution
1080i
100% color bar
0% black
Point the cursor to [ COMP33K ADJ(INPUT1)] and press the [Enter] key.
The adjustment is complete when [ COMP33K ADJ(INPUT1) OK] is displayed.
8.2.6 Analog RGB signal adjustment
1
Adjustment point
Setting
Adjustment conditions
Signal: XGA
(1024x768) 60Hz
SYNC: HV separate
•
Adjustment procedure
Send the 100% color bar signal to the PC input.
XGA (1024x768)
100% color bar
100% white
2
Automatic adjustment execution
0% black
Point the cursor to [ ANALOG RGB ADJ] and press the [Enter] key.
The adjustment is complete when [ ANALOG RGB ADJ OK] is displayed.
8.2.7 Tuner/V-CHIP adjustment
1
2
Adjustment point
Setting
Automatic adjustment execution
Adjustment conditions
NTSC RF signal
US-7(AIR)ch
•
Adjustment procedure
Send the NTSC signal to the RF antenna input.
Point the cursor to [ VCHIP TEST(*07ch)] and press the [Enter] key.
(* Adjust the selected channel to the in-house signal.)
The adjustment is OK when [ VM-OK] is displayed in green.
(NG when VM-NG is displayed in red.)
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9. White balance adjustment
9.1. White balance adjustment (For details about the adjustment procedure, refer to “Kameyama Model Integrated Monitor
WB Adjustment Specification V1.92”.)
1
2
Adjustment
point
Setting
Automatic
adjustment execution
Adjustment conditions
[Command]
Process mode
KRSW0001
KKT10037
Setting
KY0F0000
0SDS0001
SBSL0016
Multi-point adjustment mode
MSET0001
Point 6
LEV60232
MG6G****
MG6B****
MG6R****
Point 5
LEV50202
MG5G****
MG5B****
MG5R****
Point 4
LEV40174
MG4G****
MG4B****
MG4R****
Point 3
LEV30120
MG3G****
MG3B****
MG3R****
Point 2
LEV20059
MG2G****
MG2B****
MG2R****
Point 1
LEV10046
MG1G****
MG1B****
MG1R****
Writing
MSET0003
Adjustment procedure
1) Set the unit to the following conditions.
AV MODE: [DYNAMIC]
Backlight: +16
Active Backlight: OFF
Aging Time: Min. 60 minutes
2) Connect the unit with the white balance adjustment jig.
[Adjustment procedure]
1) Send the “adjustment process” code using the remote control.
2) Set the point 6 to the specified gradation, specify the strongest color as the fixed
color, and adjust the RGB so that it becomes the standard value through negative
adjustment.
3) Set the point 5 to the specified gradation, set the G correction value (808 x G value of
point 6/928) (fractions rounded off) and adjust the RB so that it becomes the standard
value.
4) Set the point 4 to the specified gradation, set the G correction value (696 x G value of
point 6/928) (fractions rounded off) and adjust the RB so that it becomes the standard
value.
5) Set the point 3 to the specified gradation, set the G correction value (480 x G value of
point 6/928) (fractions rounded off) and adjust the RB so that it becomes the standard
value.
6) Set the point 2 to the specified gradation, set the G correction value (236 x G value of
point 6/928) (fractions rounded off) and adjust the RB so that it becomes the standard
value.
7) Set the point 1 to the specified gradation, set the G correction value (184 x G value of
point 6/928) (fractions rounded off) and adjust the RB so that it becomes the standard
value.
8) Write the adjustment value by the MSET0003 command and turn off the AC power.
* RGB initial value of point 6: Set gradation 928
* RGB initial value of points 1 to 5: G correction value of each point
(At each point, make adjustment so that the remainder of the RGB adjustment value/
4 is equal.)
[Adjustment value]
* According to the “Standard settings” submitted by the Technical Department
[LC60LE632U] teaching set
[Adjustment standard value]
Measuring instrument: [Minolta CA-210] Technical measuring instrument
Level
Reference value
Adjustment spec
Inspection spec
X=0.272
Point 6
928
±0.0010
±0.0020
y=0.277
X=0.272
Point 5
808
±0.0010
±0.0020
y=0.277
X=0.272
Point 4
696
±0.0015
±0.0030
y=0.277
X=0.272
Point 3
480
±0.0020
±0.0040
y=0.277
X=0.272
Point 2
236
±0.0030
±0.0060
y=0.277
X=0.272
Point 1
184
±0.004
±0.0080
y=0.277
Remarks
Setting conditions for inspection
AV MODE: [DYNAMIC] (Reset)
Monochro: ON
Active Backlight: OFF
Aging Time: Min. 60 minutes
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10. Key writing
10.1. EDID writing (Main PWB: QPWBXF733WJN2)
1. Write the MAC key data on IC8455 mounted on the main PWB.
2. Carry out thorough data management to avoid redundant writing of data.
If the IC where data is written is damaged, replace the PWB since only the IC cannot be changed.
10.2. MAC key writing (MAIN PWB: QPWBXF733WJN2)
1. Write the NETFLIX/WMDRM key data on IC8401 mounted on the main PWB.
2. Carry out thorough data management to avoid redundant writing of data.
If the IC where data is written is damaged, replace the PWB since only the IC cannot be changed.
10.3. NETFLIX/WMDRM key writing (MAIN PWB: QPWBXF733WJN2)
1. Write the wide vine key data on IC8401 mounted on the main PWB.
2. Carry out thorough data management to avoid redundant writing of data.
If the IC where data is written is damaged, replace the PWB since only the IC cannot be changed.
NOTE: For EDID of the analog RGB (DSUB 15pin), write the data on the process menu just like HDMI.
11. Factory setting
After completing the factory setting, pull out the AC cord to complete the setting.
CAUTION: Do not turn on the power after completing the factory setting. If the power is turned on, configure the factory setting again.
1
Adjustment point
Factory setting
Adjustment conditions
Complete the setting by
pulling out the AC cord.
Adjustment procedure
Point the cursor to [INDUSTRY INIT (+Cause)], set to “ON” using [+]/[-] of the [VOL]
key, and press the [ENT] key.
The version confirmation screen appears on the green screen. It is completed when
[SUCCESS] is displayed at the top.
(If error occurs, [ERROR] is displayed on the red screen.)
• Turn off the AC power.
The following items are initialized when configuring the factory setting.
1) User set value
2) Channel data (broadcasting frequency, etc.)
3) Password setting value
4) Operating time
5) Standby Cause
6) Auto installation flag
7) V-CHIP block setting value
•
12. Software version
1. Main microcomputer
BSMK_LE640_xxx.USB
BSMK_LE640_xxx.DAT
2. Monitor microcomputer
BM2SMxxx.SMB
13. Writing the inch and model name onto EEPROM
LE640U/C6400U
1. Enter the adjustment process mode.
2. Point the cursor to [MODEL NAME] (Page 28/28).
3. Select "LE640U" or "C6400U", and press [Enter] key.
4. "OK" is displayed.
5. Point the cursor to [PANEL SIZE] (Page 28/28).
6. Select "52" or "60" or "70", and press [Enter] key.
7. Moments later image is displayed.
8. Turn off power
9. Turn on power
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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 (
power.
)” and “VOL (+)” keys on the set at once and turn on the
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. (
• Turn off the power with the “POWER” key. (
• Select “EXECUTE”. (
) ← This way alone is not for quitting the setup screen, but for quitting the mode itself.
)
)
... “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 (
)/(
)” key (remote controller and set).
• 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 “EXECUTE” and use “ENTER” key (remote controller and set).
PUBLIC MODE
POWER ON FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
MAXIMUM VOLUME
[
VOLUME FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
VOLUME FIXED LEVEL
[
RC BUTTON
[RESPOND ]
PANEL BUTTON
[RESPOND ]
MENU BUTTON
[RESPOND ]
AV POSITION FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
ON SCREEN DISPLAY
[YES
]
INPUT MODE START
[NORMAL
]
INPUT MODE FIXED
[VARIABLE ]
LOUD SPEAKER
[ON
]
RC_PATH_THROUGH
[OFF
]
232C POWON
[DISABLE
]
PUBLIC MODE
[OFF
]
60 ]
20 ]
RESET
EXECUTE
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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
• In “Variable” setting, the power operation is in wait for 1 sec. and then turned off when the main power switch is off.
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.
• 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”, “ACON (AC CTRL)” and “AC/RCON (AC/RC CTRL)” (loop provided)
Variable
• FIXED: Fixed at the level adjusted for a fixed volume.
• AC CTRL: Start-up at the level specified for a fixed volume at ACON.
• AC/RC CTRL: Start-up at the level specified for a fixed volume at start.
• 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) RC 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
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.
Exception
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
Others
Exception
Remarks
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.
• At the “Limited” setting, some items cannot be displayed on screen.
On the Japan-destined models, the channel call “Message” alone cannot be displayed. (This is because the channel call
message may be confused with a message being sent from the hotel.)
On the North America-destined models, the OSD works the same as at the “No” setting.
• Keys falling under any of the following items become invalid.
Appearance of screen changes and the sound changes.
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) INPUT MODE START
Selection
Default
Explanation
About options
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Normal”, “Air ( )”, “INPUT 1/2/3”, “PC”, “HDMI 1/2/3/4/5”, “DVI” (loop provided)
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.) Air (2), Cable (98.1) 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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10)INPUT MODE FIXED
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Variable”, “Fixed”, “ACON (AC CTRL)” and “AC/RCON (AC/RC CTRL)” (loop provided)
– (Variable)
• At the “Fixed” setting, the TV set gets started with the settings of “Input mode start”, and then any other channels and inputs
are not accepted.
• At the “ACON (AC CTRL)” setting, the TV set gets started with the settings of “Input mode start” under AC control.
• At the “AC/RCON (AC/RC CTRL)” setting, the TV set gets started with the settings of “Input mode start” under either control.
• 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”.
11)RC_PATH_THROUGH
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “OFF”, “ON: TV RCE” and “ON: TV RCD” (loop provided)
OFF
Function to feed the remote controller-received signal to Pin 9 (open) on the RS232C.
None
None
None
12)AV POSITION FIXED
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Variable” and “Fixed” (loop provided)
Variable
In case of “Fixed” setting,
– Menu “Picture” and “Audio” setting can't be changed like “Dynamic (Fixed)”.
– When “AV Mode” key is pressed, TV just displays current AV Mode (cannot be changed.).
None
None
• When receiving with AV Position key, OPC, Dolby key and other direct audio select keys, the current display stays on and no
setting can be changed.
• Even by initializing personal information, the hotel-mode settings are kept intact. In this way, the AV positions, video and
audio adjustment settings are not initialized.
13)LOUD SPEAKER (ON/OFF)
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “ON” and “OFF” (loop provided)
ON
If “OFF” is selected, TV stops Speaker output even without Headphone connected.
None
None
• Press the volume UP/DOWN key, and the mute icon appears for 4 seconds.
• The mute key and audio-related keys are displayed with caution.
• Usually, the headphones and monitor audio outputs can be adjustable.
14)232C POWON
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “Disable” and “Enable” (loop provided)
Disable
In the standby mode, the power-on by the 232C command is enabled or disabled.
None
None
None
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15)PUBLIC MODE (ON/OFF)
Selection
Default
Explanation
Limit in Setting
Exception
Remarks
Selection between “ON” and “OFF” (loop provided)
OFF
In case of “ON”, public mode settings are effected.
None
None
The public-mode settings are operable only when this item is set at ON.
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Service
CHAPTER 6. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
LC52LE640U
Manual
[1] Failure diagnosis by LED in front of cabinet
START
Is the Center Icon flashing?
Yes
Check "[2] LED flashing specification at the time of an error (Center icon LED used)".
No
No
Is the Center Icon lighting
When AC plug on?
Check Power-Unit and AC-cable.
Yes
No
Is the Backlight lighting?
Check "࡮LED Backlight does not turn on.".
Yes
Check "࡮Picture does not display.".
[2] LED flashing specification at the time of an error (Center icon LED used)
1. Display method
•
Since only the center icon LED can be used, slow flashing and fast flashing are combined.
•
Refer to Table 1.
•
The Start from the detail display. (No outline display)
•
After recovering from an error, if the same error cannot be generated again, refer to MONITOR ERR CAUSE on the process screen.
•
During version upgrade, the brightness of the flashing LED changes smoothly.
•
When completing version upgrade, the brightness of the LED changes in a staircase pattern.
2. LED flashing method
Error flashing
<Detail display example>
Center icon
ON
OFF
1600ms
400ms
400ms
•
1600ms
300ms
100ms
Flashing during Verup
ON
Center icon
OFF
500ms
•
500ms
Flashing when completing Verup
ON
Center icon
OFF
1000ms
1000ms
1000ms
1000ms
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Table 1. Concrete flashing pattern
Detail display
Item
Inverter/Lamp system failure
Power PWB
failure
(Power failure, etc.)
Slow flashing
Flashes once
Flashes twice
Main PWB
failure
(Communication
failure, etc.)
Flashes 3 times
Others
Flashes 4 times
VerUP executing
VerUP succeeded
VerUP failed
ROM data failure
Flashes smoothly
Flashes in a staircase pattern
None
None
Fast flashing
Flashes once
Flash once
Flash twice
Flash 3 times
Flash 5 times
Flashes once
Flashes twice
Flashes 3 times
Flashes 5 times
Flashes once
Flashes twice
Flashes 3 times
None
None
Flashes continuously
Flashes continuously
*2: They depend on the system. Power supply error is defined from product to product.
*3: For details, refer to ERROR STANDBY CAUSE on the adjustment process screen.
*4: If the boot section is abnormal, there is no flashing (flashing impossible).
3. New method
Center icon
1600ms
400ms
400ms
1600ms
300ms
100ms
Flashing during Verup
Center icon
500ms
500ms
Flashing when completing Verup
Center icon
1000ms
1000ms
1000ms
1000ms
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Cause
Lamp error
Power supply error 2 (*2) AC_DET error
Power supply error 2 (*2) UR+13V error
Power supply error 2 (*2) D+3.3V error
Panel power supply error
Initial communication error
Start-up confirmation communication error
Regular communication error
Other communication error
Temperature error
Sync error
Notification from the main microcomputer (*3)
Version upgrading
Version upgrade succeeded
Version upgrade failed
Start-up after failing version upgrade (*4)
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LED flashing timing chart at the time of an error
100ms
400ms
1.6sec
1) Inverter/Lamp failure details (Flashes slowly once and flashes fast)
Error type
Lamp failure
Flashes fast once
Center icon LED operation
H: On
L: Off
2) Power failure details (Flashes slowly twice and flashes fast)
Error type
PS_ON
AC_DET failure
Flashes fast once
SM_POW
Main 13V failure
Flashes fast twice
D_POW
Digital 3.3V failure
Flashes fast 3 times
PANEL_POW
Panel 12V failure
Flashes fast 5 times
H: On
L: Off
H: On
If error is detected during start-up or operation, the power
is turned on again by polling.
L: Off
H: On
DET_D3V3 (33pin) failure (L). Digital 3.3V is not applied.
If error is detected during start-up or operation, the power
is turned on again by polling.
L: Off
H: On
DET_PNL12V (34pin) failure (L). Panel power is not
applied.
Detection is started after turning on the panel power and
receiving command; the power is turned off by polling.
3) Communication failure details (Flashes slowly 3 times and flashes fast)
Center icon LED operation
H: On
L: Off
Start-up confirmation reception failure
Flashes fast twice
H: On
L: Off
Regular communication failure
Flashes fast 3 times
Other communication failure
Flashes fast 5 times
Pins are monitor microcomputer pins unless otherwise specified.
AC_DET (28pin) failure (L).
If error is detected during start-up or operation by interrupt, the power is turned on again.
DET_13V (32pin) failure (L). Main 13V is not applied.
L: Off
Initial communication reception failure
Flashes fast once
Pins are monitor microcomputer pins unless otherwise specified.
ERR_PNL (19pin): Hi failure. Confirmed after 8 consecutive detections at 64msec intervals (detected only when
the backlight is on).
Note that after five detection counts, the lamp cannot be
activated except in the monitor process.
Accumulated counts are cleared to 0 by the setting in the
process A.
Note
Center icon LED operation
Error type
Note
H: On
L: Off
H: On
Note
Basically, debug print logs are analyzed or communication logs are analyzed by a bus monitor.
Initial communication from the main CPU is not
received. (Request for the monitor model No. is not
received.)
→ Communication line failure or main CPU start-up failure
Start-up reason confirmation from the main CPU cannot
be received. (Start-up communication until start-up reason notification command is not received.)
→ Main CPU start-up failure or monitor microcomputer
reception failure
Regular communication that is performed at 1 second
intervals in the normal operation is interrupted.
→ Main CPU operation failure or monitor microcomputer reception failure
When a request (PM_REQ=H) is sent from the main
microcomputer, the request command is not output
from the main CPU, etc.
→ Main CPU operation failure or monitor microcomputer reception failure
L: Off
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4) Other failure details (Flashes slowly 4 times and flashes fast)
Error type
Monitor temperature
failure
Flashes fast once
Note
Center icon LED operation
H: On
L: Off
Main failure
Flashes fast 3 times
H: On
L: Off
6–4
Pins are monitor microcomputer pins unless otherwise specified.
If the panel temperature is 60°C or more for 15 seconds
or more in a row, CAUTION appears on the OSD
(flashes in red in the lower right screen).
If the panel temperature is 60°C or more for 25 seconds
or more in a row, error standby is activated.
(MONITOR MAX TEMP on page 15 of the process A:
Change of temperature failure AD value): Thermistor
Main microcomputer detection error (CPU temperature
error, etc.)
The details are displayed on page 1 of the process A of
the main microcomputer.
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[3] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
• LED Backlight does not turn on.
If it is not an error of power supply/LED driver,
It is start-up in the lamp error disregard mode.
Do you start?
YES
When main unit is replaced, does it start normally?
YES
Replace main unit.
NO
en LCD control unit is replaced, does it start normally?
YES
Replace LCD control unit.
NO
When the parts in the panel can be replaced. →Replace all LED-bars in the panel module.
When the parts in the panel cannot be replaced. →Replace panel module.
If it is not an error of power supply/LED driver,
It is start-up in the lamp error disregard mode.
Do you start?
NO
When power supply unit is replaced, does it start normally?
YES
Replace power supply unit.
NO
When main unit is replaced, does it start normally?
YES
Replace main unit.
NO
When LCD control unit is replaced, does it start normally?
YES
Replace LCD control unit.
NO
When the parts in the panel can be replaced. →Replace all LED-bars in the panel module.
When the parts in the panel cannot be replaced. →Replace panel module.
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Trouble Shooting Panel Module
When C-S FPC is replaced, does screen display normally?
YES
Replace C-S FPC.
NO
When C-PWB is replaced, does screen display normally?
YES
Replace C-PWB.
(Adjust “VCOM ADJ” after replace C-PWB)
NO
Replace Panel HIRAKI.
(Adjust “VCOM ADJ” after replace Panel HIRAKI)
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• Picture does not display.
No video (1)
COMPOSITE: No external input video [INPUT-6]
COMPOSITE: No external input video [INPUT-7]
Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is INPUT-7 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-6 on the input select menu
screen for the right input signal.
NO
Select INPUT-7 on the input select menu
screen for the right input signal.
Is there the COMPOSITE signal input at pin (AJ23) of
IC3303 (CPU)?
Is there the COMPOSITE signal input at pin (AK22) of IC3303
(CPU)?
YES
YES
NO
Check the line between pin (10) of J510
and pin (AJ23) of IC3303.
NO
Check the line between pin (5) of J510 and
pin (AK22) of IC3303.
YES
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no problem in
the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6–7
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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No video (2)
COMPONENT: No external input video [INPUT-5]
Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select menu screen?
Is the INPUT-SELECT for the input signal?
NO
Select INPUT-5 on the input select menu screen for the
right input signal.
Does the COMP1_PLUG detection function?
Check the line between pin (17) of input terminal (J510)
and pin (L32) of IC3303 (CPU).
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no problem in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6–8
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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No video (3)
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 (CVBS) at pin (9) of
tuner (TU1105)?
Are there the IF signal outputs (D_IF+/-) at the pins (11) and (10) of tuner
(TU1105)?
NO
Check TU1105 and its peripheral circuits
(TU_SDATA: Pin4 of TU1105
TU_SCLK: Pin5 of TU1105, etc.).
YES
Is there the analog video signal input at pin (AK24) of IC3303
(CPU)?
YES
NO
Check the line between TU1105 and IC4405, and
their peripheral circuits (C4463/C4464/R1158, etc.).
YES
Are there the TS signal outputs (ATSC_TS_D0/SYNC/CLK/VAL) at the
pins (33), (34), (37) and (38) of Demodulator (IC4405)?
NO
Check the line between IC3303 and TU1105, and
their peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the line between IC4405 and IC3303, and
their peripheral circuits (R4450/R3365/R3432, etc.).
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no
problem in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6–9
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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No video (4)
PC: No external input video [INPUT-8]
Is INPUT-8 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-8 on the input select menu screen for the right input signal.
YES
Is IC1504 (HDMI switch) accessed by I2C, with PC connected, to read the VGA_SCL/SDA data?
Check the DDC line and its peripheral circuits. (IC1504 and its peripherals).
Are there the video signal inputs at pins (AK15) (G), (AK13) (B) and (AM15) (R) of IC3303 (CPU)?
Are there the VSYNC/HSYNC signal inputs at pins (AM13) and (AL13) of IC3303?
NO
Check the line between SC501 and IC3303.
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no problem
in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6 – 10
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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<HDMI input> No video (5)-1
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-1]
Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-1 on the input select menu screen
for the right input signal.
YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function?
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1503 to pin (60) of IC1504
(HDMI_SW)?
YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (59) of IC1504 to pin (19) of SC1503?
NO
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of
SC1503 and IC1504.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
(SDA1_400K: pin70 of IC1504/SCL1_400K: pin71
of IC1504, etc.).
Check the line between the pin (59) of IC1504 and
the pin (19) of SC1503.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
(SDA1_400K: pin70 of IC1504/SCL1_400K: pin71
of IC1504, etc.).
YES
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (26/27) (CLK-/+), (28/29) (D0-/+), (30/31)
(D1-/+), (32/33) (D2-/+), all of IC1504?
NO
Is IC1504 (pin57/pin58) accessed by I2C, with
HDMI connected, to read the DDC_I2C SDA/SCL
data?
NO
Check the DDC line and its peripheral circuits.
(IC1504 and its peripherals).
YES
Are there the all of TMDS inputs at pins (AM9/AL9) (CLK-/+), (AM10/AL10) (D0-/+),
(AM11/AL11) (D1-/+), (AM12/AL12) (D2-/+) of IC3303 (CPU)?
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no
problem in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6 – 11
NO
Check the line between IC1504 and IC3303, and
their peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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<HDMI input> No video (5)-2
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-2]
Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-2 on the input select menu screen
for the right input signal.
YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function?
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1502 to pin (75) of IC1504
(HDMI_SW)?
YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (74) of IC1504 to pin (19) of SC1502?
NO
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of
SC1502 and IC1504.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
(SDA1_400K: pin70 of IC1504/SCL1_400K:
pin71 of IC1504, etc.).
Check the line between the pin (74) of IC1504
and the pin (19) of SC1502.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
(SDA1_400K: pin70 of IC1504/SCL1_400K:
pin71 of IC1504, etc.).
YES
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (17/18) (CLK-/+), (19/20) (D0-/+), (21/22)
(D1-/+), (23/24) (D2-/+), all of IC1504?
NO
Is IC1504 (pin72/pin73) accessed by I2C, with
HDMI connected, to read the DDC_I2C SDA/SCL
data?
NO
Check the DDC line and its peripheral circuits.
(IC1504 and its peripherals).
YES
Are there the all of TMDS inputs at pins (AM9/AL9) (CLK-/+), (AM10/AL10) (D0-/+),
(AM11/AL11) (D1-/+), (AM12/AL12) (D2-/+) of IC3303 (CPU)?
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no
problem in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6 – 12
NO
Check the line between IC1504 and IC3303, and
their peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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<HDMI input> No video (5)-3
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-3]
Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
Select INPUT-3 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.
YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function?
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1501 to pin (56) of IC1504
(HDMI_SW)?
YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (55) of IC1504 to pin (19) of SC1501?
NO
NO
Check the line between the input terminals of
SC1501 and IC1504.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits.
(SDA1_400K: pin70 of IC1504/SCL1_400K: pin71
of IC1504, etc.).
Check the line between the pin (55) of IC1504 and
the pin (19) of SC1501.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
(SDA1_400K: pin70 of IC1504/SCL1_400K: pin71
of IC1504, etc.).
YES
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (8/9) (CLK-/+), (10/11) (D0-/+), (12/13)
(D1-/+), (14/15) (D2-/+), all of IC1504?
NO
Is IC1504 (pin53/pin54) accessed by I2C, with
HDMI connected, to read the DDC_I2C SDA/SCL
data?
NO
Check the DDC line and its peripheral circuits.
(IC1504 and its peripherals).
YES
Are there the all of TMDS inputs at pins (AM9/AL9) (CLK-/+), (AM10/AL10) (D0-/+),
(AM11/AL11) (D1-/+), (AM12/AL12) (D2-/+) of IC3303 (CPU)?
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no
problem in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6 – 13
NO
Check the line between IC1504 and IC3303, and
their peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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<HDMI input> No video (5)-4
HDMI: No external input video [INPUT-4]
Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen?
NO
YES
Does the HOT PLUG detection function?
NO
Does the DDC5V signal come from pin (18) of SC1505 to pin (51) of IC1504
(HDMI_SW)?
YES
Does the HPD signal come from pin (50) of IC1504 to pin (19) of SC1505?
NO
Select INPUT-4 on the input select menu screen for
the right input signal.
Check the line between the input terminals of SC1505
and IC1504.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
(pin70 of IC1504/SCL1: pin71 of IC1504, etc.).
Check the line between the pin (50) of IC1504 and the
pin (19) of SC1505.
Check IC1504 and its peripheral circuits
pin70 of IC1504/SCL1: pin71 of IC1504, etc.).
YES
Are there the TMDS signal inputs at pins (99/100) (CLK-/+), (1/2) (D0-/+), (3/4)
(D1-/+), (5/6) (D2-/+), all of IC1504?
NO
Is IC1504 (pin48/pin49) accessed by I2C, with HDMI
connected, to read the DDC_I2C SDA/SCL data?
NO
Check the DDC line and its peripheral circuits.
(IC1504 and its peripherals)
YES
Are there the all of TMDS inputs at pins (AM9/AL9) (CLK-/+), (AM10/AL10) (D0-/
+), (AM11/AL11) (D1-/+), (AM12/AL12) (D2-/+) of IC3303 (CPU)?
YES
Is the T-CON PWB connected?
VBO_HTPDN (40pin), VBO_LOCKN (39pin) of P2604 become Low if there is no
problem in the connection.
YES
Are the V-By-One signal input to the pin of P2604?
VBO_CN_TXA+/- (36/37pin), VBO_CN_TXB+/- (32/33pin),
VBO_CN_TXC+/- (28/29pin), VBO_CN_TXD+/- (24/25pin).
YES
Check the panel module and harness.
6 – 14
NO
Check the line between IC1504 and IC3303, and their
peripheral circuits.
NO
Check the panel module and harness.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
(IC3501/IC3502/IC3503, etc.)
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• Does not sound.
No audio (1)
INPUT-6 No audio.
INPUT-7 No audio.
INPUT-5 No audio.
Is INPUT-6 selected on the input select
menu screen?
Is INPUT-7 selected on the input select
menu screen?
Is INPUT-5 selected on the input select
menu screen?
NO
Refer to “: No external input
video [INPUT-6]”.
NO
Refer to “: No external input
video [INPUT-7]”.
NO
Refer to “: No external input
video [INPUT-5]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to
“FIXED”.
YES
YES
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
Does the audio signal come from pins (8)
(L) and (7) (R) of input terminal (J510) to
pins (AL30) (L) and (AL32) (R) of IC3303
(CPU)?
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (3)
(L) and (2) (R) of input terminal (J510) to
pins (AL27) (L) and (AK28) (R) of IC3303
(CPU)?
Does the audio signal come from pins (13)
(L) and (12) (R) of input terminal (J510) to
pins (AK27) (L) and (AK29) (R) of IC3303
(CPU)?
NO
Check the line between J510
and IC3303.
NO
Check the line between J510
and IC3303.
NO
Check the line between J510
and IC3303.
YES
YES
YES
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (Y32/Y31/Y30/V27) (CPU_AOMCLK/AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3303 (CPU) to pins (5/7/8/6)
(AMP_MCLK/BCLK/LRCLK/DATA_LR) of IC2703 (AMP for L/R)?
NO
Check the line between IC3303 and IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the audio output from IC2703 as specified?
NO
Check IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Check the connector (P2701) L/R speakers and their
peripheral circuits.
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No audio (2)
[PC analog audio input] INPUT-8 No audio.
[HDMI analog audio input] INPUT-2 No audio.
Is INPUT-8 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-8]”.
NO
Refer to “: No external input video [INPUT-2]”.
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
YES
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 the “PC input” - “Audio select” selected for “HDMI + Analog” on
the menu screen?
YES
Is the “PC input” - “Audio select” selected for “Video + Audio” on the
menu screen?
NO
Set the “PC input” - “Audio select” to “Video +
Audio”.
YES
YES
NO
Set the “PC input” - “Analog select” to “HDMI +
Analog.
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (Y32/Y31/Y30/V27) (CPU_AOMCLK/AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3303 (CPU) to pins (5/7/8/6)
(AMP_MCLK/BCLK/LRCLK/DATA_LR) of IC2703 (AMP for L/R)?
NO
Check the line between IC3303 and IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the audio output from IC2703 as specified?
NO
YES
Check the connector (P2701) L/R speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6 – 16
Check IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
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No audio (3)
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”.
NO
Refer to “No video at digital broadcast signal
reception”.
YES
YES
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
If no video appears, refer to “No video at digital broadcast signal
reception”.
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Is there the SIF signal output at pin (8) of tuner (TU1105)?
NO
Check the tuner (TU1105) and its peripheral circuits.
(I2C line: TUNER_SCL/TUNER_SDA, etc.)
YES
Does the SIF signal come from pin (8) of TU1105 (tuner) to pin
(AM24) of IC3303 (CPU)?
NO
Check the line between TU1105 and IC3303, and
their peripheral circuits.
YES
YES
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (Y32/Y31/Y30/V27) (CPU_AOMCLK/AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3303 (CPU) to pins (5/7/8/6)
(AMP_MCLK/BCLK/LRCLK/DATA_LR) of IC2703 (AMP for L/R)?
NO
Check the line between IC3303 and IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the audio output from IC2703 as specified?
NO
YES
Check the connector (P2701) L/R speakers and their peripheral circuits.
6 – 17
Check IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
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No audio (4)
INPUT-1 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-2 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-3 No audio (HDMI connected)
INPUT-4 No audio (HDMI connected)
[INPUT-1 input]
Is INPUT-1 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-2 input]
Is INPUT-2 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-3 input]
Is INPUT-3 selected on the input select menu screen?
[INPUT-4 input]
Is INPUT-4 selected on the input select menu screen?
YES
NO
Refer to “: No external input video [INPUT-1/2/3/4]”.
[INPUT-1 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-1]”.
[INPUT-2 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-2]”.
[INPUT-3 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-3]”.
[INPUT-4 input]
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI) [INPUT-4]”.
Is the audio output selected for “VARIABLE” on the menu screen?
NO
Set the audio output to “FIXED”.
YES
Does the digital audio signal come from pins (Y32/Y31/Y30/V27) (CPU_AOMCLK/AOBCK/AOLRCK/AOSDATA0) of IC3303 (CPU) to pins (5/7/8/6)
(AMP_MCLK/BCLK/LRCLK/DATA_LR) of IC2703 (AMP for L/R)?
NO
Check the line between IC3303 and IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Is the audio output from IC2703 as specified?
NO
YES
Check the connector (P2701) L/R speakers and their peripheral
circuits.
6 – 18
Check IC2703 and their peripheral circuits.
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No audio signal at Digital Audio Output terminal (Analog sound heard)
No INPUT-1/2/3/4 (HDMI) audio.
No audio at digital broadcast signal reception.
If no video appears, refer to “No external input video (HDMI)
[INPUT-1/2/3/4]”.
If no video appears, refer to “No video at digital broadcast signal
reception”.
Is there the SPDIF signal output (CPU_ASPDIF) at pin (AA31) of IC3303 (CPU)?
NO
Check the IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Is there the SPDIF signal (OPT_OUT) input at pin (2) of IC503 (SPDIF BUFFER & SPDIF-MUTE)?
NO
Check the line between IC3303 and IC503.
YES
Is there the MUTE signal input at pin (1) of IC503? (usual: High, Mute: Low)
NO
Check the AUDIO_MUTE and their peripheral circuits (Q505, etc.).
YES
Is there the SPDIF signal input at pin (1) of D527 (OPTICAL OUTPUT)?
YES
Check the speakers and the optical cable.
NO
Check D527 and its peripheral circuits.
No optical output under the following conditions as per HDMI requirements.
* Audio contents protected.
* Audio frequency beyond 48kHz.
* Audio bit length beyond 16bits.
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No monitor audio output
Is the audio output from the monitor set at “VARIABLE” or “FIXED” on the menu screen?
NO
Check IC3303 (CPU) and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Are there the audio signal outputs at pins (AJ31) (HP_MON_L) and (AJ32) (HP_MON_R) of IC3303 (CPU)?
NO
Check IC3303 (CPU) and its peripheral circuits.
YES
Does the audio signal come from pins (2) (MONI_HP_L) and (11) (MONI_HP_R) of IC2704 (Line-out Amplifier) to pins (3) (L) and (2) (R) of J504?
NO
Check the line between IC2704 and J504 and their peripheral circuits.
Check the AUDIO_MUTE and HP_MUTE lines and its peripheral circuits (Q506,
Q510, D2711, etc.).
YES
Check the connector (J504) and their peripheral circuits, and speakers and the Cable.
No connect network
Does the signal come to 1pin of LAN-jack J9501?
(see fig-1, fig-2)
NO
Does the signal come to AD32 pin of IC3303?
(see fig-2)
YES
Check the interface device and peripheral circuits.
(power-LED of hub, LINK-LED of hub)
YES
Check the line between J9501 and IC3303.
Check the LAN-jack J9501.
NO
Check IC3303 and its peripheral circuits.
fig-1 LAN-jack J9501
fig-2
1pin
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CHAPTER 7. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS Service
LC52LE640U
Manual
[1] MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS
1. MAJOR IC INFORMATIONS
1.1. IC1504 (VHiSii9387+-1Q)
This IC is 5 input and 1 output HDMI port processor.
The TMDS cores run at 2.25Gbps. (Supports video resolutions up to 1080p, 60Hz, 12bit.)
The adaptive equalizer provides long cable support.
This IC has been pre-programmed with HDCP keys.
EDID and DDC support for 5 HDMI/DVI ports and 1 VGA port. (This IC includes 512-byte NVRAM and 256-byte SRAM for 5 HDMI ports and 128-byte
SRAM for VGA port.)
This IC supports the mandatory and several optional 3D formats described in the HDMI 1.4 Specification.
“Audio Return Channel” and “HDMI Ethernet Channel” support for one receiver port.
When changing this IC, please write EDID (how to write EDID is shown in Chapter 5 and section 10.1).
1.2. IC2001 (RH-iXD241WJN1Q: LC-60LE632U, RH-iXD241WJNBQ: LC-70LE732U)
The monitor microprocessor is intended to communicate with the main microprocessor and to operate the system.
It also controls power of the entire system.
1.3. IC2703 (VHiYDA164BZ-1Y)
The Class-D type digital audio power amplifier YDA164BZ gives maximum continuous output of 10 W/ch.
1.4. IC3303 (RH-iXD220WJQZQ)
This LSI is FULL HIGH-DEFINITION 1080P DIGITAL TV SYSTEM-ON-A-CHIP.
It combines a transport de-multiplexer, a high definition video decoder, an AC3 audio decoder, a four-link LVDS transmitter, a V-by-One transmitter,
and an NTSC/PAL/SECAM TV decoder with a 3D comb filter (NTSC/PAL).
It supports Full-HD MPEG1/2/4/DiviX/VC1/RM/H.264/AVS video decoder standards, and JPEG.
Audio support includes a BTSC and a Dolby AC3/MPEG-2 Layer 1, 2, audio decoder.
A SPDIF output and a pair of analog outputs (L-R) are provided.
The LSI incorporates a complete ARM11-based microprocessor subsystem including caches with bridging to memory and a local bus, where external
peripherals can be attached.
Integrated peripherals include two USB 2.0, three UARTs, counter/timers and GPIO controllers.
1.5. IC3501, IC3502, IC3503 (RH-iXD226WJQZQ)
These are 1G-bit (64M x 16bit) DDR3-1333 synchronous DRAM.
1.6. IC8401 (RH-iXD287WJQZQ)
The 2G-bit NAND flash memory device stores the main CPU program.
1.7. IC8455 (VHiR24064AS-1Y)
This is 64k-bit EEPROM device including the user setting.
1.8. IC506 (VHiM3221EiP-1Y)
This IC is a high speed, single-channel RS-232 transceiver interface device that operates from a single 3.3V power supply.
The device provides the electrical interface between an asynchronous communication controller and the serial-port connector.
This device operate at data signaling rates up to 460kbit/s.
All RS-232 (Tout and Rin) and CMOS (Tin and Rout) inputs and outputs are protected against electrostatic discharge (up to +/- 15kV ESD protection).
1.9. IC2704 (VHiAK4201EU-1Y)
This IC is audio amplifier for line-out/head-phone.
1.10. IC4405 (VHiMT5112EE-1Q)
This IC is a demodulator for digital terrestrial HDTV(8VSB) and digital CATV(64/256QAM).
It is compliant with ATSC A/53, SCTE DVS-031, and ITU J.83 Annex B standards.
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1.11. IC9505 (VHiPD720114-1Q)
This IC is a USB hub controller.
It has one upstream port and four downstream ports,
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LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
CHAPTER 8. OVERALL WIRING/SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
LC52LE640U
Service Manual
[1] OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
J
in module
1 ˴˴
15
I
24
‫ޣ‬PD‫ޤ‬
POWER/LED drive Unit
52" 㧦RUNTKA931WJQZ
60" 㧦RUNTKA932WJQZ
70" 㧦RUNTKA933WJQZ
1
H
Full-HD Panel㧔1920×1080㧕
52"R1LK520D3GV00Z
60"R1LK600D3GV00Z
70"R1LK695D3GW80D
1 ˴˴
24
‫ޣ‬PD‫ޤ‬
‫ޣ‬SP‫ޤ‬
1
5
‫ޣ‬LV ‫ޤ‬
1
G
41
USB
‫ޣ‬AC‫ޤ‬
HDMI
13
F
MAIN Unit
DKEYMF733FM**
HDMI
1 ‫ޤ ޣ‬
PL
4
1
E
15
D
14
‫ޣ‬PL‫ޤ‬
LCD_CTL Unit
1 ‫ޣ‬CI‫ޤ‬
3
1 ‫ޣ‬UB
6
1
‫ޣ‬LV ‫ޤ‬
41
DUNTKF975FM**
‫ޣ‬KM‫ޤ‬
USB
1 4
C
1
80
1
80
1
HDMI
KEY Unit
DUNTKF800FM53
HDMI
‫ޣ‬RC‫ޤ‬
TUNER
ETHER
NET
5
B
1
R/C Unit
5 ‫ޣ‬RA‫ ޤ‬DUNTKG015FM01
‫ޣ‬RA‫ޤ‬
Rch
RSP-ZA539WJQZ
A
1
2
3
‫ޣ‬CI ‫ޤ‬1 3
ICON Unit
DUNTKG014FM01
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
8–1
Lch
RSP-ZA538WJQZ
‫ޣ‬UB‫ ޤ‬1
6
Wi-Fi Unit
RUNTKA936WJQZ
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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[2] SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
J
CVBS2_IN
CVBS
INPUT
7
MAIN
CVBS2_IN_L/R
LR
T-CON
VBO_LOCKN
CVBS1_IN
CVBS
LR
L
VBO_HTPDN
PWM1
I2C_READY
INPUT
5
PNL_EN
LR
COMP1_IN_L/R
Component
COMP1_Y/Pb/Pr
N_PNL_EN
PNL_WP
I2C_0(400KHz)
IC2601
Spliter
HC2G66DP
PNL_I2C_EN
IIC2001
Reset
UCOM_RST
BU+3.3V
RESET
N_PER_RST
N_AMP_PROTECT
SP_MUTE
UCOM_MODE
20MHz
FL2001
Xtal
PM RE
I/O
AUDIO_MUTE
I/O
CPU_TXD1_UCOM,CPU_RXD1_U
UART
N_SRESET
I/O
HDMI_CEC_IN
I/O
HDMI_CEC_OUT
I/O
SMPOWHOLD
DEMOD_RST
(400KHz 3.3V)
(400KHz 3.3V)
IC2704 +5V
HP-AMP
AK4201EU
HP/MONI_L/R
PWM_1
+1.5V
IC506
I
RS232C TxRx
M3221EIP
1
ONDD8㨪15
ONDA6㨪13
USB_1
USB_0
zz
1
+3.3V IC8451
Buffer
0
0
IC3503
I
DDR3(1333M)
1Gbit
1
BU+3.3V
N_SRESET
DDC_0
HDMI_0
SMPOWHOLD
+3.3V
IC1504
DDC_2 HDMI-SW
HDMI_2 SII9387
INPUT
2
HDMI 2
H
DDC_3
HDMI_3
INPUT
1
HDMI 1
(ARC)
BU+5V
BU+3.3V
IC2003
Buffer
B
LCX125FT
HDMI_CEC
HDMI_CEC
A
2
3
‫ޣ‬RA‫ޤ‬P103(5p)
‫ ޣ‬CI‫ޤ‬P202(3p)
R/C
C
EMBLEM
X9502 30MHz
Xtal
WOWLAN
4
5
6
R/C
OPC
(6p)
IC9503
PowerSW
AP2181
WiFi
W
N_PER_RST
+5V
1
‫ޣ‬CI‫ޤ‬P2007(3p)
TACT KEY
+3.3V
IC9505
USB2.0 Hub
Controller
PD720114
4
2
‫ޣ‬US‫ޤ‬WiFi
P9501(6p)
+5V
1.5A
‫ޣ‬RC‫ޤ‬P2001(15p)
U5V
3
J9504
USB
+5V
+3.3V
BU+3.3V
‫ޣ‬KM‫ޤ‬P151(4p)
IC9502
I
PowerSW
AP2151
S13V
BU5V
Trr
T
DDC_4
HDMI_4
+5V
0.5A
UR13V
POW SW,KEY1,K
RC,OPC
HDMI 3
J9502
USB
12
10
I2C_1 (100KHz)
INPUT
3
B
LED_Drive
11
MAIN
˴D5.6V
D5V
U5V
˴D3.3V
˴M1.8V
D1.5V
D1.1V
BackUp
BU+3.3V
POWER CIRCUIT
IC8401
NAND FLASH
2Gbit
DDC_1
HDMI_1
INPUT HDMI 4
4
C
A/D
IC3501
I
DDR3(1333M)
IC3502
1
1Gbit
Gbit
G
bi t
DDR3(1333M)
1Gbit
No.9 pin RC Passthrough
+5V
+3.3V
+1.2V
POWER Unit
2
OFL
3
DIMMER 5
IC9610
Spliter
HC2G66DP
IC8452-2
Select
BU+3.3V
UART-2
RESET
RESET
+3.3V
VON
+3.3V
+1.5V
UART-TXD1
DTV/SPDIF
UART-RXD0
UART-TXD0
UART-RXD1
OPT_OUT
RS-232C
7
1
SIF
PC/HDMI_LR
UART_CPUTO232C,UART_232CTOCPU
1
AC_DET
Audio in
PC_VSYNC/HSYNC
PC_R/G/B
PS_ON
OR
27.000MHz
X3301
X'tall
SPI_FLASH
/NAND Flash
INPUT
8
D
D-SUB
RGB
SMPOW
OFL2
CVBS1_IN_L/R
COMP_IN_L/R
PC/HDMI_LR
12
4
2
5
STB
AC_DET
OFL1
CVBS2_IN_L/R
AUDIO_MUTE
OPT_OUT
EEPROM_SCL/SDA BU+3.3V
IC2004
I
WP
EEPROM
2kbit
LAMP_ERR
STB_CPU
I/O
PWM_0
Audio out
IC8452-1
Select
RGB/HDMI
INPUT
Audio
2/8
(Mini Plug)
IC503 +5V
Thermister
PNL_POW
SIF
E
OPTICAL
OUT
I2C_2
RGB HV(AK14,AJ14)
RGB in(AK17)
Digital AV decode & Main CPU
DDC_I2C_1
HDMI_1
HP/MONI_L/R(PWM)
POWER
㧔Driver)
4
MT5395(FHD)
H.264 / VC-1
I2S(SDATA/LRCK/SCLK/MCL
AUDIO_MUTE
THERMO
RC
HDMI CEC
Audio Out
(Mini Plug)
PC_VSYNC/HSYNC
PC_R/G/B
IC3303
TUNER_I2C
I2C_0
I2C_1
HDMI CEC
Disclete
Mute
(100KHz 3.3V)
GND
RC
VSYNC
PNL_POW
PS_ON
N_PER_RST
+3.3V
+1.8V
AUDIO_MUTE
I2C_0
I2C_1
0
I/O
OFL
1
9
8
L/R_REF
ILL_LED1_STBY_USE,ILL_LED3
TU_DEMOD_SCL/SDA
TU1105
T
Analog/
Digital
D
i
Si Tuner
RC_CPU
N_TUN_RST
I/O
I/O
I/O
DET_PNL12V
IR_PASS
CVBS
ATSC_IF_AG
N_TUN_RST
SIF
F
A/D
I2C
I/O
RC,OPC
+3.3V
+1.5V
+1.2V
+1.1V
POW SW,KEY1,KEY2
BU+3.3V
V-By-One
DEMOD_TSCLK/SYNC/VAL/DATA0
CVBS
t
IC4405
+3.3V
4
ATSC Demod +1.2V
MT5112EE
Component
CVBS_Ou
25MHz
X4402
Xtal
TU_SCL/SDA
RF IN
I/O
SUB MCU
D_IF-/+
G
IC2001
R8C/36C
IXD241WJ
MODE
AUDIO_MUTE
I/O
I/O
PWM1
DIMMER
T-CON
ILL LED1 STBY
N_PER_RST
N_AMP_PROTECT
IC8452-3
Select
AMP_MUTE
H
+3.3V
PNL 12
IC8455 +3.3V
EEPROM
64kbit
3
6
MAIN
˴P9602(24p)
˴
‫ޣ‬PD‫ޤ‬POWER
IC2703
SP AMP(2CH)
YDA164
I2C_0 (400KHz)
PWM
+13V
GSP PW
‫ޣ‬SP‫ޤ‬
P2701
EXT-SP
AC_DET
I
7
‫ޣ‬LV‫ޤ‬P 2604 ( 41p))
OFL1_FRCRST
SPEAKER
I2C0_SCL/SDA
OFL
CVBS1_IN_L/R
˴ P2605(4p)
‫ޣ‬PL
PL ‫ޤ‬
PNL12V˴
INPUT
6
UNIT
J9501
Ethernet
7
8
9
10
11
8–2
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
PartsGuide
PARTS GUIDE
No. S12V452LE640U
LCD COLOR TELEVISION
MODELS
LC-52LE640U
LC-52C6400U
LC-60LE640U
LC-60C6400U
LC-70LE640U
LC-70C6400U
CONTENTS
[1]
PRINTED WIRING BOARD
ASSEMBLIES
[2]
LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT
[3]
CABINET PARTS (LC-52LE640U/
C6400U)
[4]
CABINET PARTS (LC-60LE640U/
C6400U)
[5]
CABINET PARTS (LC-70LE640U/
C6400U)
[6]
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/
PACKING PARTS (LC-52LE640U/
C6400U)
[7]
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/
PACKING PARTS (LC-60LE640U/
C6400U)
[8]
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/
PACKING PARTS (LC-70LE640U/
C6400U)
[9]
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.
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[1] PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES
!
!
!
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
DKEYMF733FM84
DKEYMF733FM83
DKEYMF733FM82
DUNTKF800FM53
DUNTKF975FM03
DUNTKF975FM02
DUNTKF975FM01
DUNTKG014FM01
DUNTKG015FM01
RUNTKA936WJQZ
RUNTKA931WJQZ
RUNTKA932WJQZ
RUNTKA933WJQZ
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
MAIN Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
MAIN Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
MAIN Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
KEY Unit
LCD CONTROL Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
LCD CONTROL Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
LCD CONTROL Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
ICON Unit
R/C OPC Unit
Wi-Fi Unit
PWER/DRIVE Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
PWER/DRIVE Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
PWER/DRIVE Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
N
N
N
X
X
X
52" LCD Panel Module Unit (LC-52LE640U/C6400U) (LK520D3GV00Z)
60" LCD Panel Module Unit (LC-60LE640U/C6400U) (LK600D3GV00Z)
70" LCD Panel Module Unit (LC-70LE640U/C6400U) (LK695D3GW80Z)
N
[2] LCD PANEL MODULE UNIT
N
N
N
R1LK520D3GV00Z
R1LK600D3GV00Z
R1LK695D3GW80Z
[3] CABINET PARTS (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
!
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
2
2-1
2-2
3
3-1
3-2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
CCABAC861WJ31
Not Available
GCOVAE327WJ3A
HDECQB692WJ3A
LHLDWA124WJKZ
LHLDWA175WJUZ
PSHEPB181WJKZ
TLABZD048WJZZ
CANGKD485WJ31
LANGKD485WJ3W
PSPAHC502WJZZ
CANGKD506WJ31
LANGKD506WJ3W
NSFTZA460WJFN
GCOVAE320WJ3A
GCOVAE060WJ3A
JBTN-A912WJ3A
XEBS830P08000
GCABBC063WJ3A
GCOVAC576WJKZ
GCOVAE163WJ3A
HiNDPE544WJSA
HiNDPE550WJSA
HiNDPE547WJZZ
LANGKD146WJFW
LANGKD488WJ3W
LHLDWA138WJKZ
LHLDWA318WJKZ
LX-BZA207WJF7
LX-EZA069WJF7
NSFTZA459WJF7
PSLDMB748WJFW
PSPANA044WJKZ
PSPAZC690WJZZ
PSPAZC691WJZZ
PSPAZC805WJKZ
PSPAZC840WJZZ
QACCDA084WJPZ
QCNW-L590WJQZ
QCNW-L596WJQZ
QCNW-M509WJQZ
QCNW-M510WJQZ
QCNW-M511WJQZ
QCNW-M512WJQZ
QCNW-M513WJQZ
QCNWN2733TPZZ
RCORFA061WJZZ
RSP-ZA538WJQZ
RSP-ZA539WJQZ
TLABNB037WJZZ
TLABNE225WJZZ
TLABZD102WJZZ
XBPS830P06WS0
XBPS830P06WS0
XEBS830P12000
N
AC
AC
N
N
N
BC
AA
N
AC
N
N
N
N
AC
AA
AB
AC
AB
AE
N
N
AM
AE
N
N
N
N
N
AF
AG
AU
AU
N
AA
AA
AA
X
X
X
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
X
X
X
J
X
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
X
J
J
J
X
J
X
J
X
X
X
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
J
X
X
X
J
J
J
Front Cabinet Ass'y
Front Cabinet
ICON Cover
R/C,LED Decoration
Wire Holder
Wire Holder, x9
Sheet
License Label
Support Ass'y, x2
Support Angle
Miror Mat
VESA Angle, x4
VESA Angle
VESA Shaft
Bottom COVER, x2
KEY Botton Cover
KEY Botton
screw, x2
Rear Cabinet
VESA Cover, x4
AC Cord
Model Label (for LC-52LE640U)
Model Label (for LC-52C6400U)
Energy guide Lable
Term Angle Bottom
Center Angle, x2
Wire Holder, x3
Holder
Screw, x9
Screw, x2
Tray Shaft, x6
MAIN PWB SHIELD
Spacer, x5 (POWER)
Spacer
Spacer, x3
Spacer
Spacer, x2
AC Cord
Connecting Cord (PD)
Connecting Cord (PL)
Connecting Cord (LV)
Connecting Cord (UB)
Connecting Cord (SP)
Connecting Cord (RC)
Connecting Cord (CI)
Connecting Cord (FFC), x2
Ferrite Core, x2
Speaker (L)
Speaker (R)
Serial Label (Back)
Serial Label (Side)
POP Lable
Screw, x39
Screw, x16
Screw, x8
2
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[4] CABINET PARTS (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
24
19
16
16
60"LCD Panel Module Unit
25
D
E
13
q
s
R/C OPC Unit
j
A
1-3
m
32
37
Wi-Fi Unit
ICON Unit
1-2
B
30
p
KEY Unit
1-7
5
38
B
k
6
7
43
00 00
B
00
C
41
F
h
34
00
11
00
00
A
00
27
00
1
43
n
00
B
1-1
9
39
10
00
1-8
17
43
20
23
22
r
8
D
3
43
3-1
3
15
3-1
3
43
3-1
43
s
m
j
2
43
l
n
43
28
4
3
3-1
43
18
31
F
26
3-2
POWER/LED Drive Unit
21
i
2
3-2
E
21
k
33
44
q
r
i
l
14
23
3-2
43
29
23
h
MAIN Unit
40
C
18
LCD CONTROL Unit
36
4
36
35
p
3-2
3
35
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[4] CABINET PARTS (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
!
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
2
2-1
2-2
3
3-1
3-2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
41
43
44
CCABAC860WJ31
Not Available
GCOVAE327WJ3A
HDECQB692WJ3A
LHLDWA133WJKZ
LHLDWA175WJUZ
LHLDWA289WJKZ
PSHEPB181WJKZ
TLABZD048WJZZ
CANGKD485WJ31
LANGKD485WJ3W
PSPAHC502WJZZ
CANGKD484WJ31
LANGKD484WJ3W
NSFTZA471WJFN
GCOVAE320WJ3A
GCOVAE060WJ3A
JBTN-A912WJ3A
XEBS830P08000
GCABBB958WJ3A
GCOVAC576WJKZ
GCOVAD981WJ3A
HiNDPE543WJSA
HiNDPE549WJSA
HiNDPE546WJZZ
LANGKD146WJFW
LHLDWA074WJKZ
LHLDWA124WJKZ
LHLDWA318WJKZ
LX-BZA207WJF7
NSFTZA459WJF7
PSLDMB748WJFW
PSPANA044WJKZ
PSPAZC690WJZZ
PSPAZC691WJZZ
PSPAZC805WJKZ
PSPAZC854WJKZ
PZETKA595WJKZ
QACCDA084WJPZ
QCNW-L587WJQZ
QCNW-L608WJQZ
QCNW-L613WJQZ
QCNW-M504WJQZ
QCNW-M505WJQZ
QCNW-M507WJQZ
QCNW-M508WJQZ
QCNWN2731TPZZ
RCORFA061WJZZ
RSP-ZA538WJQZ
RSP-ZA539WJQZ
TLABNB037WJZZ
TLABNE225WJZZ
TLABZD102WJZZ
TLABZD132WJZZ
XBPS830P06WS0
XEBS830P12000
N
AC
AC
AC
N
N
N
N
AA
AC
N
N
N
AD
AC
AA
AC
AB
AE
N
N
AE
AM
AH
N
N
N
N
AF
AG
AU
AU
N
AA
AA
X
X
X
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
X
J
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
X
J
J
X
J
X
J
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
J
J
Front Cabinet Ass'y
Front Cabinet
ICON Cover
R/C LED Decoration
Wire Holder
Wire Holder, x4
Wire Holder
License Label
Wi-Fi Label
Support Ass'y, x2
Support Angle
Miror Mat
VESA Angle, x4
VESA Angle
VESA Shaft
Bottom Cover
KEY Botton Cover
KEY Botton
screw, x2
Rear Cabinet
VESA Cover, x4
AC Cord Cover
Model Label (for LC-60LE640U)
Model Label (for LC-60C6400U)
Energy guide Lable
Terminal Angle (Bottom)
Wire Holder, x3
Wire Holder
Holder
Screw, x9
Tray Shaft, x6
MAIN PWB Shield
Spacer, x5 (POWER)
Spacer
Spacer, x3
Spacer
Spacer
AC Code Barrier
AC Cord
Connecting Cord (PL)
Connecting Cord (PD)
Connecting Cord (SP)
Connecting Cord (LV)
Connecting Cord (UB)
Connecting Cord (RC)
Connecting Cord (CI)
Connecting Cord (FFC), x2
Ferrite Core, x2
Speaker (L)
Speaker (R)
Serial Label (Back)
Serial Label (Side)
POP Lable (for LC-60LE640U)
POP Lable (for LC-60C6400U)
Screw, x60
Screw, x11
4
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
[5] CABINET PARTS (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
14
24
70"LCD Panel Module Unit
12
s
R/C OPC Unit
j
A
1-3
41
D
E
m
q
33
31
F
h
Wi-Fi Unit
36
18
ICON Unit
1-2
B
1-7
28
p
37
KEY Unit
6
18
B
7 k
8
41
1-4
B
2-3
1-5
C
1-6
2-2
A
1-5
2-4
40
11
9
B
1-1
38
42
n
26
10
1
16
1-8
41
21
20
19
r
25
17
D
MAIN Unit
41
4-1
m
20
4
4-1
41
4-1
15
4
4-2
s
41
j
3
4-2
3
i
l
POWER/LED Drive Unit
17
30
41
4-1
42
29
5
4
E
41
41
n
F
4-2
5
LCD CONTROL Unit
35
35
34
4
p
5
39
2
q
r
k
32
2-1
41
27
i
l
13
4-2
C
19
h 23
34
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[5] CABINET PARTS (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
!
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
2
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
3
3-1
3-2
4
4-1
4-2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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
37
38
39
40
40
41
42
CCABAC859WJ31
Not Available
GCOVAE327WJ3A
HDECQB692WJ3A
LHLDWA124WJKZ
LHLDWA175WJUZ
LHLDWA289WJKZ
PSHEPB181WJKZ
TLABZD048WJZZ
ZSFiMB55TA04E
ZSFiMB55TA68E
ZSFiMBA0TA68E
CCABBB968WJ31
Not Available
HiNDPE034WJSA
HiNDPE435WJSA
HiNDPE468WJSA
CANGKD485WJ31
LANGKD485WJ3W
PSPAHC502WJZZ
CANGKD483WJ31
LANGKD483WJ3W
NSFTZA460WJFN
GCOVAE335WJ3A
GCOVAE162WJ3A
JBTN-A912WJ3A
XEBS830P08000
GCOVAC576WJKZ
GCOVAE163WJ3A
HiNDPE542WJSA
HiNDPE548WJSA
HiNDPE545WJZZ
LANGKD521WJ3W
LHLDWA124WJKZ
LHLDWA176WJUZ
LHLDWA318WJKZ
LX-BZA207WJF7
LX-EZA069WJF7
PMLT-A690WJQZ
PMLT-A691WJQZ
PSLDMB793WJ3W
PSPAKA510WJKZ
PSPAZC740WJZZ
PSPAZC823WJ3Z
PSPAZC835WJKZ
QACCDA084WJPZ
QCNW-M029WJQZ
QCNW-M030WJQZ
QCNW-M031WJQZ
QCNW-M499WJQZ
QCNW-M500WJQZ
QCNW-M502WJQZ
QCNW-M503WJQZ
QCNWN2731TPZZ
RCORFA061WJZZ
RSP-ZA538WJQZ
RSP-ZA539WJQZ
TLABNB037WJZZ
TLABNE225WJZZ
TLABZD102WJZZ
TLABZD132WJZZ
XBPS830P06WS0
XEBS830P12000
N
N
N
AC
AC
AC
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
BC
N
AA
AC
N
N
N
N
AC
AC
N
AA
AB
N
N
N
N
N
N
AR
AL
AG
N
N
N
N
AF
AG
AU
AU
N
N
N
AA
AA
X
X
X
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
X
X
X
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
X
J
J
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
J
J
J
J
X
X
X
X
J
J
Front Cabinet Ass'y
Front Cabinet
ICON Cover
R/C LED Decoration
Wire Holder, x2
Wire Holder, x4
Wire Holder
Sheet
License Label
Protect Sheet A, x2
Protect Sheet B
Protect Sheet C
Rear Cabinet Ass'y
Rear Cabinet
Terminal Indicator (BACK)
Terminal Indicator (SIDE)
Terminal Indicator (BOTTOM)
Support Ass'y, x2
Support Angle
Miror Mat
VESA Angle, x4
VESA Angle
VESA Shaft
Bottom Cover, x2
KEY Bottom Cover
KEY Bottom
Screw, x2
VESA Cover, x4
AC Cord Cover
Model Label (for LC-70LE640U)
Model Label (for LC-70C6400U)
Energy guide Lable
Terminal Angle (Bottom)
Wire Holder
Wire Holder
Cable Tie
Screw, x9
Screw, x2
Gasket, x2
Gasket, x2
MAIN PWB Shield
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer, x2
MAIN CPU Cooler
AC Cord
Connecting Cord (PD)
Connecting Cord (SP)
Connecting Cord (PL)
Connecting Cord (LV)
Connecting Cord (UB)
Connecting Cord (RC)
Connecting Cord (CI)
Connecting Cord (FFC), x2
Ferrite Core, x2
Speaker (L)
Speaker (R)
Serial Label (Back)
Serial Label (Side)
POP Lable (for LC-70LE640U)
POP Lable (for LC-70C6400U)
Screw, x62
Screw, x10
6
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
[6] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
X1
X2
Stand Base Ass'y Stand Support Ass'y
X8
Remote control unit
X9
“AAA” size battery
X6
Operation manual
X3
Stand Screw Ass'y
X7
Connection guide
X4
Ennquete Card
X5
Guarantee Card
S3
X2
S5
X8
X9
S9
X3
S6
X4
X5
X6
X7
S8
S6
S6
S1
X1
S4
S7
S7
S7
S10
S2
7
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[6] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (LC-52LE640U/C6400U)
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
S1
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
CDAi-A778WJ31
CANGKD276WJ01
CSAKKA011WJ01
TCADEA290WJZZ
TGAN-B610WJZZ
TiNS-F419WJZZ
TMAN-A043WJZZ
RRMCGB004WJSA
Not Available
SPAKCG633WJZZ
SPAKCG634WJZZ
SPAKCG639WJZZ
SPAKPA992WJZZ
SPAKPB722WJZZ
SPAKPB723WJZZ
SPAKXD564WJZZ
SPAKXD565WJZZ
SSAKA0101GJZZ
SSAKKA011WJZZ
TLABKA009WJZZ
N
N
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
Stand Base Ass'y
Support Ass'y, x2
Stand Screw Ass'y
Ennquete Card
Guarantee Card
Operation Guide
Conection Guide
Remote Control
AAA size battery, x2
Packing Case (for LC-52LE640U) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Case (for LC-52C6400U) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Case (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Base) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Support) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Top) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Case No Label
8
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
[7] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
X1
X2
Stand Base Ass'y Stand Support Ass'y
X8
Remote control unit
X9
“AAA” size battery
X6
Operation manual
X3
Stand Screw Ass'y
X7
Connection guide
X4
Ennquete Card
X5
Guarantee Card
S3
X2
S5
X8
X9
S9
X3
S6
X4
X5
X6
X7
S8
S6
S6
S1
X1
S4
S7
S7
S7
S10
S2
9
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[7] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (LC-60LE640U/C6400U)
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
S1
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
CDAi-A778WJ31
CANGKD276WJ01
CSAKKA011WJ01
TCADEA290WJZZ
TGAN-B610WJZZ
TiNS-F419WJZZ
TMAN-A043WJZZ
RRMCGB004WJSA
Not Available
SPAKCG635WJZZ
SPAKCG636WJZZ
SPAKCG640WJZZ
SPAKPB427WJZZ
SPAKPB722WJZZ
SPAKPB723WJZZ
SPAKXD566WJZZ
SPAKXD567WJZZ
SSAKA0101GJZZ
SSAKKA011WJZZ
TLABKA009WJZZ
N
N
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
Stand Base Ass'y
Stand Support Ass'y, x2
Stand Screw Ass'y
Ennquete Card
Guarantee Card
Operation Guide
Conection Guide
Remote Control
AAA size battery, x2
Packing Case (for LC-60LE640U) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Case (for LC-60C6400U) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Case (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Base) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Support) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Top) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Case No Label
10
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
[8] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
X
S
X8
Remote control unit
pport Ass'y
X9
“AA
AAA” size battery
X6
Operation manual
X7
Connection guide
X4
Ennquete Card
X5
Guarantee Card
'y
X2
S5
X8
S3
X9
S9
X3
S6
X4
X5
X6
X7
S8
S6
S6
S11
S12
S1
X1
S4
S7
S7
S7
S10
S2
11
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK DELIVERY
DESCRIPTION
[8] SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS (LC-70LE640U/C6400U)
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
S1
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
CDAi-A778WJ31
CANGKD276WJ01
CSAKKA011WJ01
TCADEA290WJZZ
TGAN-B610WJZZ
TiNS-F419WJZZ
TMAN-A043WJZZ
RRMCGB004WJSA
Not Available
SPAKCG637WJZZ
SPAKCG638WJZZ
SPAKCG641WJZZ
SPAKPB722WJZZ
SPAKPB723WJZZ
SPAKPB733WJZZ
SPAKXD568WJZZ
SPAKXD569WJZZ
SSAKA0101GJZZ
SSAKKA011WJZZ
TLABKA009WJZZ
SPAKFC182WJZZ
SPAKXD573WJZZ
N
N
N
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
Stand Base Ass'y
Stand Support Ass'y, x2
Stand Screw Ass'y
Ennquete Card
Guarantee Card
Operation Guide
Conection Guide
Remote Control
AAA size battery, x2
Packing Case (for LC-70LE640U) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Case (for LC-70C6400U) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Case (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Base) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Support) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Add. (Top) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Packing Form (Bottom) (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Polyethylene Bag (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
Case No Label
Pad Base
Front Pad, x3
J
J
J
J
Connecting Cord L=1000mm 80pins, LCD Control to LCD Panel, x2
Connecting Cord L=1000mm 41pins, Main to LCD Control (LW)
Connecting Cord L=1000mm 24pins, Main to Power (PD)
Connecting Cord L=1000mm 4pins, Main to LCD Control(PL)
[9] SERVICE JIGS (USE FOR SERVICING)
N
N
N
N
QCNW-C222WJQZ
QCNW-M580WJQZ
QCNW-L795WJQZ
QCNW-L807WJQZ
AW
N
BC
AP
12
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
LC-52/60/70LE640U,C6400U (1st Edition)
COPYRIGHT © 2012 BY SHARP CORPORATION
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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prior written permission of the publisher.
Jan. 2012
SH. DS
SHARP CORPORATION
AV Systems Group
CS Promotion Center
Yaita,Tochigi 329-2193, Japan