Blu-ray Disc Player

Blu-ray Disc Player
Blu-ray Disc Player
BDP5500/12/05/51/55/93/98/X78
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Location of PCB Boards & version variation & repair scenario matrix..................... 1-1
Production Specifications ...............................................................................................1-2
Remote control ...............................................................................................................1- 4
Brife guide ......................................................................................................................1- 5
Safety Instruction, Warning & Notes...............................................................................1-10
Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions .......................................................................2-1
Software Version & Upgrades.........................................................................................3-1
Trouble Shooting Chart .....................................................................................................-1
4
Set Block & Wiring Diagrams ............................................................................5-1
Electrical Diagrams and PCB layouts ................................................................6-1
Set Mechanical Exploded view .......................................................................................7 -1
Revision List ................................................................................................................... 8 -1
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1-1
LOCATION OF PCB BOARDS:
MAIN BOARD
LOADER
POWER BOARD
FRONT CABINET
Version Variation
Ty pe/Versions
BDP5500
/12
Features
Power supply rating:220-240V ,60Hz
/05
/51
X
Power supply rating:230-240V ,60Hz
/55
/93
/98
X/78
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Power supply rating:110-240V ,50Hz,60Hz
Power consumption:20W
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Repair Scenario Matrix
Ty pe/Versions
BDP5500
/12
/05
/51
/55
/93
/98
X/78
Main Board
Bd
Bd
Bd
Bd
Bd
Bd
Bd
Power Board
Bd
Bd
Bd
C
C
C
C
Front Board
Bd
Bd
Bd
C
C
C
C
Loader
Bd
Bd
Bd
C
C
C
C
Board in used
*Bd:Board Level Replacement
*C:Component Level Repair
1-2
Specifications
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Region code
This player can play discs with the following
region codes.
DVD
Blu-ray
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Countries
Europe, United
Kingdom
Playable media
‡ BD-Video, BD 3D
‡ DVD-Video, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW,
DVD+R/-R DL (Dual Layer)
‡ VCD/SVCD
‡ Audio CD, CD-R/CD-RW, MP3 media,
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‡ DivX (Ultra)/DivX Plus HD media, MKV
media
‡ USB storage device
File format
‡ Video: .avi, .divx, .mp4, .mkv, .wmv
‡ Audio: .mp3, .wma, .wav
‡ Picture: .jpg, .gif, .png
Video
‡ Signal system: PAL / NTSC
‡ Composite video output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohm)
‡ HDMI output: 480i/576i, 480p/576p, 720p,
1080i, 1080p, 1080p/24Hz
Audio
‡ 2 Channel analog output
‡ Audio Front L&R : 2 Vrms (> 1 kohm)
‡ Digital output: 0.5 Vp-p (75 ohm)
‡ Coaxial
‡ HDMI output
‡ Sampling frequency:
‡ MP3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
‡ WMA: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
‡
Constant bit rate:
‡ MP3: 112 kbps - 320 kpbs
‡ WMA: 48 kpbs - 192 kpbs
USB
‡ Compatibility: Hi-Speed USB (2.0)
‡ Class support: USB Mass Storage Class
‡ File system: FAT16, FAT32
‡ USB port: 5V , 500mA (for each port)
‡ Support HDD (a portable hard disc drive):
an external power source may be needed.
Main unit
‡ BDP5500/05:
Power supply rating: AC 230-240V~, 50 Hz
‡ BDP5500/12/51:
Power supply rating: AC 220-240V~, 50 Hz
‡ BDP5500/55/93/98/X78:
Power supply rating: AC 110-240V~, 50 Hz,60 Hz
‡ Power consumption: 20 W
‡ Power consumption in standby mode (fast
wakeup disabled): < 0.3 W
‡ Dimensions (w x h x d): 435 x 38 x 212.7
(mm)
‡ Net Weight: 1.53 kg
Accessories supplied
‡ Remote control and 2 AAA batteries
‡ User manual
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‡ Laser Type (Diode): AlGaInN (BD), AlGaInP
(DVD/CD)
‡ Wave length: 398 ~ 412nm (BD), 650 ~
664nm (DVD), 784 ~ 796nm (CD)
‡ Output power (Max ratings): 20mW (BD),
7mW (DVD), 7mW (CD)
1-3
Remote Control
During play, press the following buttons to
control.
Button
/
/
/
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC
MENU /
POP-UP
MENU
TOP
MENU
Color
buttons
OK
Action
Turn on the player, or switch to
standby.
Access the home menu.
Stop play.
Press and hold (more than 4
seconds) to open or close the
disc compartment.
Pause play.
Press repeatedly to slow forward
frame by frame.
Start or resume play.
Skip to the previous or next track,
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Fast backward or forward.
Press repeatedly to change the
search speed.
Press once, and then press
to slow forward.
Select an audio language or
channel.
Select a subtitle language.
Access or exit the disc menu.
Access the main menu of a video
disc.
Select tasks or options for Blu-ray
discs.
Navigate the menus.
Press
to rotate a picture
clockwise or counter-clockwise
during slideshow.
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Return to a previous display menu.
Access more options during play.
1-4
Brife Guide
Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
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2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, Notes, and Abbreviation List
•
Index of this chapter:
2.1 Safety Instructions
2.2 Warnings
2.3 Notes
2.4 Abbreviation List
2.1
Safety Instructions
2.3.2
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
the following points:
• Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
mounted cable clamps.
• Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
external damage.
• Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
proper function.
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply):
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the “on” position
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 M: and 12 M:.
4. Switch “off” the set, and remove the wire between the
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any
inner parts by the customer.
2.2
Warnings
•
•
•
•
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD ). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched “on”.
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
circuit becoming unstable.
2.3
Notes
2.3.1
General
•
Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
chassis (= tuner) ground ( ), or hot ground ( ), depending
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a colour bar
signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated
otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or
61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).
Schematic Notes
•
Safety regulations require the following during a repair:
• Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation
transformer (> 800 VA).
,
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
other component substitution (other than original type) may
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
•
•
•
•
•
2.3.3
Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with ( ) and without ( ) aerial signal. Measure the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation ( ) and in stand-by ( ). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
indicates 2.2 k:).
Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
either an “E” or an “R” (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 :).
All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (P u10-6),
nano-farads (n u10-9), or pico-farads (p u10-12).
Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
An “asterisk” (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
The correct component values are listed in the Spare Parts
List. Therefore, always check this list when there is any
doubt.
BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
Introduction
For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
URL: www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs subscription,
not available for all regions). After login, select “Magazine”,
then go to “Repair downloads”. Here you will find Information
on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
BGA Temperature Profiles
For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile,
which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these profiles,
visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs
subscription, but is not available for all regions)
You will find this and more technical information within the
“Magazine”, chapter “Repair downloads”.
For additional questions please contact your local repair help
desk.
2.3.4
Lead-free Soldering
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
by the workshop during a repair:
• Use only lead-free soldering tin Philips SAC305 with order
code 0622 149 00106. If lead-free solder paste is required,
please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
store and to handle.
• Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
– To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C.
– To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
– To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
• Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
360°C - 380°C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400°C, otherwise wear-out of
tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch “off” unused equipment or
reduce heat.
• Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
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Safety Instructions, Warnings, Notes, and Abbreviation List
2.3.5
Alternative BOM identification
It should be noted that on the European Service website,
“Alternative BOM” is referred to as “Design variant”.
The third digit in the serial number (example:
KX 2B0835000001) indicates the number of the alternative
B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the
specific AV set. In general, it is possible that the same AV
model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types
of display, coming from two different suppliers. This
will then result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial
Type Number; e.g. MCM394/12) but which have a different
B.O.M. number.
Also, it is possible that same model on the market is produced
with two production centers, however their partslist is the same.
In such case, no alternative B.O.M. will be created.
By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can
identify which B.O.M. is used for the set he is working with.
If the third digit of the serial number contains the number “1”
(example: KX 1B033500001), then the set has been
manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is
a “2” (example: KX 2B0335000001), then the set has been
produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for
ordering the correct spare parts!
For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z
can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be
indicated by the third digit of the serial number.
Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit
serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production centre (e.g.
LM is Arts), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. code, digit 4 refers
to the Service version change code, digits 5 and 6 refer to the
production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in
example below it is 2008 week 50). The 6 last digits contain the
serial number.
Model FWM572/12
220-230 50Hz 60W
FWM572/12
LM1A0850005644
2.4
Abbreviation List
0/6/12
2DNR
3DNR
AARA
ACI
ADC
AFC
AGC
AM
ANR
AP
AR
ASF
ATSC
ATV
Auto TV
AV
AVC
AVIP
B/G
BLR
BTSC
Figure 2-1 Serial number (example)
2.3.6
Module Level Repair (MLR) or Component Level Repair
(CLR)
If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide
if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on
component level.
If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged
completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it
cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging!
2.3.7
Practical Service Precautions
•
•
It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.
While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
Always respect voltages. While some may not be
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation.
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.
B-TXT
C
CEC
CL
CLR
COLUMBUS
ComPair
CP
CSM
CTI
CVBS
DAC
DBE
DDC
SCART switch control signal on A/V
board. 0 = loop through (AUX to TV),
6 = play 16 : 9 format, 12 = play 4 : 3
format
Spatial (2D) Noise Reduction
Temporal (3D) Noise Reduction
Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation:
algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to
remove horizontal black bars; keeps
the original aspect ratio
Automatic Channel Installation:
algorithm that installs TV channels
directly from a cable network by
means of a predefined TXT page
Analogue to Digital Converter
Automatic Frequency Control: control
signal used to tune to the correct
frequency
Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
controls the video input of the feature
box
Amplitude Modulation
Automatic Noise Reduction: one of the
algorithms of Auto TV
Asia Pacific
Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts
aspect ratio to remove horizontal black
bars without discarding video
information
Advanced Television Systems
Committee, the digital TV standard in
the USA
See Auto TV
A hardware and software control
system that measures picture content,
and adapts image parameters in a
dynamic way
External Audio Video
Audio Video Controller
Audio Video Input Processor
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 5.5 MHz
Board-Level Repair
Broadcast Television Standard
Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound
system, originating from the USA and
used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC
countries
Blue TeleteXT
Centre channel (audio)
Consumer Electronics Control bus:
remote control bus on HDMI
connections
Constant Level: audio output to
connect with an external amplifier
Component Level Repair
COlor LUMinance Baseband
Universal Sub-system
Computer aided rePair
Connected Planet / Copy Protection
Customer Service Mode
Color Transient Improvement:
manipulates steepness of chroma
transients
Composite Video Blanking and
Synchronization
Digital to Analogue Converter
Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra
low frequency amplification
See “E-DDC”
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Safety Instructions, Warnings, Notes, and Abbreviation List
D/K
DFI
DFU
DMR
DMSD
DNM
DNR
DRAM
DRM
DSP
DST
DTCP
DVB-C
DVB-T
DVD
DVI(-d)
E-DDC
EDID
EEPROM
EMI
EPLD
EU
EXT
FBL
FDS
FDW
FLASH
FM
FPGA
FTV
Gb/s
G-TXT
H
HD
HDD
HDCP
HDMI
HP
I
I2C
I 2D
I 2S
IF
Interlaced
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.5 MHz
Dynamic Frame Insertion
Directions For Use: owner's manual
Digital Media Reader: card reader
Digital Multi Standard Decoding
Digital Natural Motion
Digital Noise Reduction: noise
reduction feature of the set
Dynamic RAM
Digital Rights Management
Digital Signal Processing
Dealer Service Tool: special remote
control designed for service
technicians
Digital Transmission Content
Protection; A protocol for protecting
digital audio/video content that is
traversing a high speed serial bus,
such as IEEE-1394
Digital Video Broadcast - Cable
Digital Video Broadcast - Terrestrial
Digital Versatile Disc
Digital Visual Interface (d= digital only)
Enhanced Display Data Channel
(VESA standard for communication
channel and display). Using E-DDC,
the video source can read the EDID
information form the display.
Extended Display Identification Data
(VESA standard)
Electrically Erasable and
Programmable Read Only Memory
Electro Magnetic Interference
Erasable Programmable Logic Device
Europe
EXTernal (source), entering the set by
SCART or by cinches (jacks)
Fast BLanking: DC signal
accompanying RGB signals
Full Dual Screen (same as FDW)
Full Dual Window (same as FDS)
FLASH memory
Field Memory or Frequency
Modulation
Field-Programmable Gate Array
Flat TeleVision
Giga bits per second
Green TeleteXT
H_sync to the module
High Definition
Hard Disk Drive
High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection: A “key” encoded into the
HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video
data piracy. If a source is HDCP coded
and connected via HDMI/DVI without
the proper HDCP decoding, the
picture is put into a “snow vision” mode
or changed to a low resolution. For
normal content distribution the source
and the display device must be
enabled for HDCP “software key”
decoding.
High Definition Multimedia Interface
HeadPhone
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.0 MHz
Inter IC bus
Inter IC Data bus
Inter IC Sound bus
Intermediate Frequency
Scan mode where two fields are used
to form one frame. Each field contains
half the number of the total amount of
IR
IRQ
ITU-656
ITV
JOP
LS
LATAM
LCD
LED
L/L'
LORE
LPL
LS
LVDS
Mbps
M/N
MIPS
MOP
MOSFET
MPEG
MPIF
MUTE
NC
NICAM
NTC
NTSC
NVM
O/C
OSD
OTC
P50
PAL
lines. The fields are written in “pairs”,
causing line flicker.
Infra Red
Interrupt Request
The ITU Radio communication Sector
(ITU-R) is a standards body
subcommittee of the International
Telecommunication Union relating to
radio communication. ITU-656 (a.k.a.
SDI), is a digitized video format used
for broadcast grade video.
Uncompressed digital component or
digital composite signals can be used.
The SDI signal is self-synchronizing,
uses 8 bit or 10 bit data words, and has
a maximum data rate of 270 Mbit/s,
with a minimum bandwidth of 135
MHz.
Institutional TeleVision; TV sets for
hotels, hospitals etc.
Jaguar Output Processor
Last Status; The settings last chosen
by the customer and read and stored
in RAM or in the NVM. They are called
at start-up of the set to configure it
according to the customer's
preferences
Latin America
Liquid Crystal Display
Light Emitting Diode
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band
I, L is all bands except for Band I
LOcal REgression approximation
noise reduction
LG.Philips LCD (supplier)
Loudspeaker
Low Voltage Differential Signalling
Mega bits per second
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 4.5 MHz
Microprocessor without Interlocked
Pipeline-Stages; A RISC-based
microprocessor
Matrix Output Processor
Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect
Transistor, switching device
Motion Pictures Experts Group
Multi Platform InterFace
MUTE Line
Not Connected
Near Instantaneous Compounded
Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital
sound system, mainly used in Europe.
Negative Temperature Coefficient,
non-linear resistor
National Television Standard
Committee. Color system mainly used
in North America and Japan. Color
carrier NTSC M/N= 3.579545 MHz,
NTSC 4.43= 4.433619 MHz (this is a
VCR norm, it is not transmitted off-air)
Non-Volatile Memory: IC containing
TV related data such as alignments
Open Circuit
On Screen Display
On screen display Teletext and
Control; also called Artistic (SAA5800)
Project 50: communication protocol
between TV and peripherals
Phase Alternating Line. Color system
mainly used in West Europe (color
carrier= 4.433619 MHz) and South
America (color carrier PAL M=
1 - 12
Safety Instructions, Warnings, Notes, and Abbreviation List
PCB
PCM
PDP
PFC
PIP
PLL
POR
Progressive Scan
PTC
PWB
PWM
QRC
QTNR
QVCP
RAM
RGB
RC
RC5 / RC6
RESET
ROM
R-TXT
SAM
S/C
SCART
SCL
SCL-F
SD
SDA
SDA-F
SDI
SDRAM
SECAM
SIF
SMPS
SoC
SOG
SOPS
S/PDIF
SRAM
SRP
SSB
STBY
SVGA
SVHS
SW
SWAN
SXGA
TFT
THD
TMDS
TXT
TXT-DW
UI
uP
UXGA
3.575612 MHz and PAL N= 3.582056
MHz)
Printed Circuit Board (same as “PWB”)
Pulse Code Modulation
Plasma Display Panel
Power Factor Corrector (or Preconditioner)
Picture In Picture
Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g.
FST tuning systems. The customer
can give directly the desired frequency
Power On Reset, signal to reset the uP
Scan mode where all scan lines are
displayed in one frame at the same
time, creating a double vertical
resolution.
Positive Temperature Coefficient,
non-linear resistor
Printed Wiring Board (same as “PCB”)
Pulse Width Modulation
Quasi Resonant Converter
Quality Temporal Noise Reduction
Quality Video Composition Processor
Random Access Memory
Red, Green, and Blue. The primary
color signals for TV. By mixing levels
of R, G, and B, all colors (Y/C) are
reproduced.
Remote Control
Signal protocol from the remote
control receiver
RESET signal
Read Only Memory
Red TeleteXT
Service Alignment Mode
Short Circuit
Syndicat des Constructeurs
d'Appareils Radiorécepteurs et
Téléviseurs
Serial Clock I2C
CLock Signal on Fast I2C bus
Standard Definition
Serial Data I2C
DAta Signal on Fast I2C bus
Serial Digital Interface, see “ITU-656”
Synchronous DRAM
SEequence Couleur Avec Mémoire.
Color system mainly used in France
and East Europe. Color carriers=
4.406250 MHz and 4.250000 MHz
Sound Intermediate Frequency
Switched Mode Power Supply
System on Chip
Sync On Green
Self Oscillating Power Supply
Sony Philips Digital InterFace
Static RAM
Service Reference Protocol
Small Signal Board
STand-BY
800x600 (4:3)
Super Video Home System
Software
Spatial temporal Weighted Averaging
Noise reduction
1280x1024
Thin Film Transistor
Total Harmonic Distortion
Transmission Minimized Differential
Signalling
TeleteXT
Dual Window with TeleteXT
User Interface
Microprocessor
1600x1200 (4:3)
V
VCR
VESA
VGA
VL
VSB
WYSIWYR
WXGA
XTAL
XGA
Y
Y/C
YPbPr
YUV
V-sync to the module
Video Cassette Recorder
Video Electronics Standards
Association
640x480 (4:3)
Variable Level out: processed audio
output toward external amplifier
Vestigial Side Band; modulation
method
What You See Is What You Record:
record selection that follows main
picture and sound
1280x768 (15:9)
Quartz crystal
1024x768 (4:3)
Luminance signal
Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C)
signal
Component video. Luminance and
scaled color difference signals (B-Y
and R-Y)
Component video
2-1
Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions
Dismantling Instruction
Detailed information please refer to the model set.
The following guidelines show how to dismantle the player.
Step1: Remove 4 screws around the Top Cover, and then remove the Top Cover (Figure 1).
Figure 1
Step2: If it is necessary to dismantle Loader or Front Panel, the Front door should be removed first. (Figure 2)
Note: Make sure to operate gently otherwise the guider would be damaged.
Please kindly note that dismantle
the front door
assembly carefully to avoid damage tray and the front door.
Figure 2
2-2
Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions
Detailed information please refer to the model set.
Dismantling Instruction
Step3: Dismantling Front Panel, disconnect the connectors (XP5, XP2,XP4)(Figure 3)
Then Remove1 PCS Screw away(Figure 3)
XP15
XP4
XP13
XP6
XP5
XP2
XP1
Remove1 PCS Screw right here
CN503
Figure 3
Step4: Dismantling Front Panel, need release 2 snaps of Front Panel and 2 snaps of bottom cabinet , then gently pull the Panel
out from the set. (Figure 4 )
Figure 4
2-3
Mechanical and Dismantling Instructions
Dismantling Instruction
Detailed information please refer to the model set.
Step5: Dismantling Loader, disconnect the 3 connectors (XP15 ,XP13,XP6 )(Figure 3)aiming in the below figure, and remove 2 screws
. (Figure 5)
Step6 :Dismantling WIFI Board, need release 1 snap of WIFI Board , then gently pull the Panel out from the set. (Figure 5 )
Figure 5
Step7: Dismantling Main Board , first disconnect the connector (XP4), and then remove 4 screws. (Figure 6)
Step8:Dismantling Power Board , first disconnect the connector (XP1),and then remove 3 screws. (Figure 6)
Figure 6
3-1
Software check and upgrade
Preparation to upgrade software
1)Start the CD burning software & create a folder named "UPG_ALL",
B. Read out the software versions to confirm upgrading
2)Then copy the Bin file (BDP5500.bin ) into it,
3)Burn the data onto the blank CD or USB.
1) Power on the set.
A. Procedure for software upgrade
2) Press <Home> button on the reomote control.
A) Upgrade software via Disc
1) Power on the set and insert the prepared Upgrade CD.
3) Select <Setup>, then press <OK>.
2) The set will starts reading disc & response with the
4) Select <Advanced Setup>, press right cursor to choose
following display TV screen:
<Version Info.>, then press <OK>, the software version
Now searching for upgrade software!
and other information will display on the TV screen as below:
Please wait!
3) Wait for a few seconds, then screen will display:
Model:BDP5500
Versions:
System SW: XXX
Software upgrade for this player have been found. Do you want to
Ethernet MAC:XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX
upgrade? (choosing "Cancle" or"Start" shows on TV set)
Wireless MAC:XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX
4) Press Right cursor button to choose "Start", then press <OK>;
www.philips.com/support
For Information,frequently asked questions and software updates,visit
5) The software will upgrade and screen will display as below:
Upgrade is ongoing, Please wait.
Please do not unplug or switch off the device.
6) The screen will display as below when upgrading complete:
Upgrade has completed successfully!
Power off after 5s.
Software BE:Passed
Software FE:Passed
5) Restart the set. (choosing "Restart" shows on TV set)
B) Upgrade softwar via network:
1) Setup the network connection (See "Getting started">"Set up
network").
2) In the Home menu, select <Setting>-<Advanced Setup><Software Download>-<Network>.
* You are prompted to start upgrading processes if upgrade
media is detected.
3) Follow the instructions on the TV screen to confirm update
operation.
* Once software updated is complete, this player automatically
truns to reboot.
C) Update software via USB Flash Drive:
1) Go to www.philips.com/support to check if the latest software
version is available for this player.
2) Download the software onto a USB flash drive.
3) Insert the USB flash drive to the USB jack of the rear panel.
4) In the Home menu, select <Setup>-<Advanced Setup>-<Software Updade
>-<USB>.
5) Follow the instructions on the TV screen to confrim update operation.
* Once software update is complete, this player automatically turns to
reboot.
Caution: The set must not be power off during
upgrading, otherwise the Main board will be
damaged entirely.
4-1
Trouble shooting chart
No display on LED, and buttons do not work
No display on LED, and
buttons do not work
Yes
Check every supply
voltage on main board is
normal(Pin 6 and pin9 is
5v in xs1 on front board)
Check whether the
No
connction of line is
ok.
Yes
NO
Fix it
Check the front board
signals VSTB, VCLK,VD,
(XS1:pin1,2,3)
No
Check the connect line is OK
Yes
Check
whether
the
circuit
connected to SW1, SW2, are
broken. And test the signal of
SW3 ,SW4 connected to PIN7 and
PIN8 is OK.
Yes
Replace
SW1
SW2, SW3, SW4
No
1.Correct connection or whether test the
voltage of PIN7 and pin21 of U301 is 5v.
2.change the U301(ET6202).
4-2
Trouble shooting chart
No audio output
No audio output
Yes
Check whether the audio
NO
signal is right from the
U16:’3pin
and12pin
Check the U16 power supply
(U16:9pin=3.3V)
and
R1116 is ok
Replace the U16
Yes
NO
Check If the R1034,R88
is on
Add these two components
4-3
Trouble shooting chart
Remote control does not work
Remote
control
does not work
Yes
Check whether the remote
controller’s
exhausted
battery
Yes
Replace the battery for remote
is
controller
or not.
NO
Check the ET3045 power
supply
is
OK,
Yes
ET3045
(PIN20 )is about 5V
Yes
Replace ET3045
No
Check the VCC net on front board
4-4
Trouble shooting chart
Can’t read disc or can’t open the disk door
Can’t read disc or can’t
open the disk door
Yes
Check
whether
the
NO
Check the connection 4pin cable from the
DVD loader running is
main board
normal
Yes
Check 45pin and 9pin
cable from main board
connection to the loader is
normal
NO
Fix the connection the 45pin cable or
9pin cable.
Yes
Check
if
U15(pin24)
voltage is normal (about
9.5V)
NO
U14(pin3)
voltage is OK(about 12V)
Fix
FB19
or
check
Yes
Check R724/R726 are normal
(the voltage between two
resistance is 1.5V
Yes
Replace the loade
r
NO
Fix or Replace R724/R726
4-5
Trouble shooting chart
No video display
No Video display
Yes
No
Check if L3 is on main board
Add L3
Yes
No
Check If R617 is on main board
Yes
Replace the main board
Add R617 is 0 ohm
4-6
Trouble shooting chart
Can not connect to network
Can not connect to
network
Yes
Check if LFE8634(U12)
No
Fix
is on In mainboard
U12 in
mainboard
Yes
No
Check if
Fix all the resistors
R580,R581,R582,R583,R
584 is on in main board
Yes
Check if the P4 is ok
Or not
No
Change P4
4-7
Trouble shooting chart
Can not connect to WIFI
Can not connect to
WIFI
Yes
Check XP5 (pin1)
voltage is 3.3v
No
Check the FB18 is fixed on
the mainboard
Yes
Check the connection
from wifi board to
mainboard
Yes
Change the wifi module
No
Check the order of wifi
wire:yellow\white\red
to yellow \white\red
No
Change the wifi wire
5-1
5-1
A
B
C
D
E
BDP5500/12/05/51/55/98/93/X78 Block Diagram:
1
1
coaxial
L
CVBS
R
HDMI
NET PORT
USB port
AC~
USB2
SMSC8701
CVBS
SPDIF
PWM
45pin
LOADER :L9828B
HDMI OUT
DRV632
FLASH
OPU:SANYO 415
1Gb DDR3
1333M
MT8580
2
PSU
2
+8V
1.1V
G5693
1.5V
G5693
3.3V
G966A
AS117
4PIN usb
wifi board
VCC_D(STANDBY :0V,NORMAL:+5V)
OPEN_K(NOMAL:+5V )
POWER_K(NOMAL:+5V )
VCC(+5V)
GND
IR
VDATA
VCLK
VSTB
+12V
1 2 3 4 5 6
VCC_D
+12V
ASM4953
VCC
+5V
+5V
GND
+12V
GND
1 2 3 4 5 6
+12V_D
+5V
+5V
GND
+12V
GND
-24V
3
GND
USBP1
USBM1
USB1(+3.3V)
1 2 3 4 USB
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112
2Gb DDR3
1333M
USB2
USB1
G556B
POWER
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
1Gb DDR3
1333M
TPIC2050
TPIC_LOADERTPIC_LOADER+
MGND
TRAYIN
43 2 1
8pin
3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
4 3 2 1
USB
LED
FV BOARD
4
A
B
C
POWER
4
D
E
6-1
6-1
A
B
C
D
E
Front Board Circuit Diagram:
IRM_12mm
GND
GND
VCC
GND
IR
1
IR CIRCUIT
5
4
3
2
1
IR
R31
100
R32
2.2K
VCC_D
1
VCC
IR1
C13
C11
R309
4.7K
C14
1uF/16V/Y5V
47pF/50V/NP0 0.1uF/50V/X7R
VSDA
VSCK
VSTB
R312
R313
R314
R310
4.7K
R315
51K
R311
4.7K
100
100
100
R307
R327
R308
R326
10K
10K
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
CE300
+
C303
0.1uF/50V/Y5V
1K
1K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
47uF/16V
U301
ET6202
OSC
DI/O
CLK
STB
KEY1
KEY2
VDD
SEG1/KS1
SEG2/KS2
SEG3/KS3
SEG4/KS4
SEG5/KS5
SEG6/KS6
SEG7/KS7
DP1
GRID[1:7]
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
GND
GRID1
GRID2
GND
GRID3
GRID4
GND
VDD
SEG14/GRID5
SEG13/GRID6
SEG12/GRID7
SEG10/KS10
SEG9/KS9
SEG8/KS8
GRID1
GRID2
GRID3
GRID4
GRID5
GRID6
GRID7
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
GRID1
GRID2
GRID3
GRID4
VCC_D
GRID7
GRID6
GRID5
C304
0.1uF/50V/Y5V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
GRID1
GRID2
GRID3
GRID4
GRID5
GRID6
GRID7
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
LED_GYXS-2511CG
SEG[1:6]
100
C73
C74
C75
C76
C77
100pF/50V/NP0
100pF/50V/NP0
100pF/50V/NP0
100pF/50V/NP0
R51
R303
1K
key2
VSTB
VSCK
VSDA
IR
GND
VCC
POWER_K
OPEN_K
VCC_D
100pF/50V/NP0
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
key1
XS1
9PIN/2.0mm/120mm
S1
S2
STOP
PLAY
TAC020
TAC020
C312
C313
100pF
100pF
R3
R4
0
POWER_K R7
VCC
VCC
VCC_D R1
0
VCC_D
VCC_D R6
0
VCC_D
STOP
S2
PLAY/PAUSE
S3
POWER
S4
OPEN/CLOSE
2
0 POWER_K
0
JMP RESISTANCE
3
R52
functional
S1
0
R5
VCC
KEY
3
R54
10K
R49
NC/3.9K
10K
POWER_K
S3
POWER
TAC020
OPEN_K
R33
3.9K
S4
C23
C24
47pF/50V/NP0
TAC020
47pF/50V/NP0
OPEN/CLOSE
LED1
VCC_D
R36
10K
Q7
NPN_3DG3904M
LED_RED
R40
4.7K
VCC_USB
+
USBP1
USBM1
CE2
220uF/16V
C157
0
R2
4
3
2
1
JP4
4PIN/2.0mm/240mm
4
3
2
1
0.1uF/50V/X7R
4
VCC_USB
USBM1
USBP1
1
1
2
3
4
1
VCC
DD+
GND
ESD1
ESD2
5
Shell A Shell B
6
4
A
2
PESD5V0S1BA/30K/35pF
PESD5V0S1BA/30K/35pF
2
P600
USB-A/BK
B
C
D
E
6-2
6-2
A
B
C
Power Board circuit diagram:
L501
D
E
PAS
680uH
CY503
470PF/250Vac
C501
PAS
D501
D503
R505A
R505B
R505C
R505D
103/1KV
NU
CY504
PAS
RL207
1
RL207
CE501
+
CE502
+
CE503
+
150K
D504
15uF/400V
15uF/400V
15uF/400V
150K
150K
470PF/250Vac
R506
22
150K
R514
47R C503 102/100V
D511
L503
HER203
1
100/A05
D502
CE506
+
RL207
RL207
PAS
TR501
CE507
+
1000uF/25V
D505
T501
EF25
PAS
9
470uF/35V
R521
10D205
5
FR107
150
7
LF501
30mH
1
8
U501
TNY179P
5
6
PAS
PAS
NU
2
NU
1M R502
R501
7
1M
S
Drain
NC
4
3
3
R507
CX501
0.1UF/250V
PAS
PAS
6
5
4
3
2
1
FR107
NU
S
BP/M
2
S
EN/UV
6
ZD502
20V 1/2W
S
D506
8
PAS
D508
10
680
1
R508
10k
R515
C504
FR107
2
D509
D510
+
PAS
222/50V
CE508
NU
-24V
GND
+12V
GND
+5V
+5V
NU
R517
47uF/50V/85°
CN503
6PIN/2.5MM
390
R513
SR360
2
SR360
NC
Q501
D507
22
S8550
NU
CE505
+
CE504
+
10UF/16V
47UF/35V
4
8
R504
PAS
ZD501
C502
1M
F501
PAS
3
9.1V /0.5W
U502
2200uF/16V
1000uF/16V
470R
2.2k
PC123X
C505
0.1uF R516
1.2k
3
3
T2AL/250Vac
U503
1
2
N L
CE510
+
R512
PAS
1
CE509
+
100K
1
1M
R511
2
R503
10K471
R518
12.1k 1%
0
4
RV501
L502
6.8uH
R522
R523
3
PAS
0.47uF/63V
CY502
470PF/250Vac
R509
2.2M 1206
1N4148
Q502
S8550
CY501
470PF/250Vac
R519
R520
2
CN502
AC INPUT PAS
TL431
NU
1
+
2
+
11.3k 1%
CN501 NU
NU:NO USE THE PLACE
* CAUTION :
4
PAS
THE PARTS MARKED WITH
ARE IMPORTANT PARTS ON THE SAFETY.
4
PLEASE USE THE PARTS HAVING THE DESIGNATED PARTS NUMBER WITHOUT FAIL.
A
B
C
D
E
6-12
6-12
Front Board Print-layout (Bottom side):
6-13
6-13
Power Board Print-layout (Bottom side):
6-14
6-14
Main Board Print-layout (Top side):
6-15
6-15
Main Board Print-layout (Bottom side):
7-1
Exploded view for BDP5500/12/05/51/55/93/98/X78:
8-1
REVISION LIST
Version 1.0
* Initial release for BDP5500/12/05/51/55/93/98
Version 1.1
* Initial release for BDP5500X/78
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