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grunie 2:49am on Sunday, October 17th, 2010 
We did a lot of research before selecting this plasma TV, and we are not disappointed. Fantastic picture, both HD and non-HD.
ddozza 7:24pm on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 
good price, good picture quality, easy setup Default setting is not perfect for home viewing. Picture quality is stellar, black levels amazing, great TV jacks are difficult to reach if you hang it on a wall
dlatshaw 9:44am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 
There is a software bug in the LG high def tuners. It was first discovered in Australia were it was big news.
TecM 10:59am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010 
What I expected for the price, good not great, 3. Fantastic plasma My wife and I have had this TV for a few months and we are VERY happy with it. Excellent colors and the sound is terrific!
Ersatz 1:36am on Saturday, June 19th, 2010 
When new everything was great except the soun...  Great price, good picture, simple to use features poor sound quality and not loud enough. I bought this TV in March 2008 from Best Buy ...  The picture is perfect. Watching movies, or my HD Directv in 1080p. a red mist or "snow" can be seen in the pictu...  price is good only 720 hd problem with picture lack of service provided by LG
PredatorVI 2:56am on Monday, May 31st, 2010 
I went thru 2 of these before LG fianally gave me the updated model 42pg20 which so far has not butned a single image or had any trouble at all.
mexster 4:20pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 
Used in game room mostly for kids playstation. Crisp and sharp resultion none so far I have been shopping around for a plasma/LCD TV for the past few weeks. Looks good, quality is good, price is good. Non so far.

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PLASMA TV SERVICE MANUAL

CHASSIS : PP7BA

MODEL : 42PT81

42PT81-ZB

CAUTION

BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.

CONTENTS

CONTENTS.... 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...3 SPECIFICATION...4 ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION...7 TROUBLE SHOOTING...17 BLOCK DIAGRAM...28 EXPLODED VIEW.... 30 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST.. 31 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST... 32 SVC. SHEET.... PRINTED CIRCUIT DIAGRAM...
Copyright2007 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved. Only for training and service purposes

LGE Internal Use Only

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These parts are identified by in the Schematic Diagram and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as recommended in this manual to prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

General Guidance

An isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be inadvertently introduced during the service operation. If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this monitor is blown, replace it with the specified. When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB. Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts. Due to high vacuum and large surface area of picture tube, extreme care should be used in handling the Picture Tube. Do not lift the Picture tube by it's Neck.
Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure) Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check. Connect 1.5K/10watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15uF capacitor between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity. Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to 0.5mA. In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and repaired before it is returned to the customer.
Leakage Current Hot Check circuit

AC Volt-meter

Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check)
With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone jacks, etc. If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the measured resistance should be between 1M and 5.2M. When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the reading must be infinite. An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the receiver is returned to the customer.

7. EDID

For Analog EDID D-sub to DVI-I For Digital EDID DVI-D to DVI-D

5-3. Adjustment Method

(1) Va Adjustment
1) After receiving 100% Full White Pattern, HEAT RUN. 2) Connect + terminal of D.M.M to Va pin of P812, connect - terminal to GND pin of P812. 3) After turning VR501, voltage of D.M.M adjustment as same as Va voltage which on label of panel right/top. (Deviation; 0.5V) For HDMI EDID

(2) Vs Adjustment

1) Connect + terminal of D.M.M to Vs pin of P812, connect terminal to GND pin of P812. 2) After turning VR401, voltage of D.M.M adjustment as same as Va voltage which on label of panel right/top. (Deviation; 0.5V)
DVI-D to HDMI or HDMI to HDMI

7-1. EDID Data

No 3 Item Manufaturer Version Revision Condition GSM Digital : 1 Digital : 3 Hex Data 1E6D 01 03
(Fig.2) Connection diagram of power adjustment for measuring

6. ADC Calibration

ADC RF/AV/S-VIDEO PAL INPUT AV1 - TB Model:217(720P) Model : 60 (1024*768 60Hz) *100% Color Bar *100% Color Bar Pattern : 65 MSPG925FA SELECT AV3 - ZF Pattern : 65 Model : 202 (PAL-BGDHI) Pattern : 65 *100% Color Bar * Press the FRONT-AV Key on R/C for converting input mode. (Change RS-232 Host : pc, BaudRate : 115200bps) - System control RS-232 Host should be PC for adjustment. Component RGB-PC

7-2. Analog(256Byte)

(1) BLOCK1(128Byte)
8. Adjustment of RF/AV/S-VIDEO

8-1. Requirement

(1) This AV color balance adjustment should be performed before white Balance Adjustment. (2) After AV color balance adjustment, Change the mode from AV to RF.

8-2. Required Equipment

(1) Remote controller for adjustment. (2) 802F Pattern Generator, Master(MSPG-925FA), etc. (3) MSPG-925FA Pattern Generator. (Which has Video Signal : 100% Color Bar Pattern shown in Fig.3) -> Model : 202 / Pattern : 65

7-3. HDMI(256Byte)

(Fig. 3)

(2) BLOCK2(128Byte)

8-3. Method of Auto RF/AV/S-VIDEO Color Balance
(1) Press the FRONT-AV KEY on R/C for converting input mode. (2) Input the Video Signal: 100% Color Bar signal into AV. (3) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in the Picture menu. (4) Press INSTART key on R/C for adjustment. (5) Press the G(Vol.+) key to operate the set, then it becomes automatically. (6) Auto-RGB OK means the adjustment is completed.
=> Detail EDID Options are below([1], [2], [3],[4], [5]) 1. [1]-Product ID Model Name 42PB4RT 50PB4RT 42PT81 50PT81 2. [2]-Serial No : Controlled on production line 3. [3]-Month, Year : Controlled on production line ex) Week : '03' => '03' Year : '2005' => '0F' 4. [4]-Model Name(Hex): Model Name LG TV 00 FC 00 4C 0A 20 5. [5]-Checksum : Changeable by total EDID data

Target Value of Brightness, Color Coordinates, Color Temperature
High Light High Light 60 20cd/m2(42XGA) Cool Normal Cool Warm X: 0.2760.002, Y: 0.2830.002 X: 0.3130.002, Y: 0.3290.002 11,000500K 6,500K500K
Desired result (216 Gray)
Brightness Color -Coordinate Color Temperature
Desired result for high altitude(216 Gray)
Brightness Color -Coordinate Color Temperature High Light High Light 50 20cd/m2(80% of non-high altitude) Cool Normal Cool Warm X: 0.2760.002, Y: 0.2830.002 X: 0.3130.002, Y: 0.3290.002 11,000500K 6,500K500K
11-3.Manual white Balance (INNER Pattern)
(For White Balance, Adjust twice, Cool and Warm)

80 7D 80 8C

(Fig.6)
(1) Execute CA-100, CA-210(10CH) or CA-100 Zero Calibration. (2) Use torino inner pattern as below Fig.7, Supply 216Level (85 IRE) full screen pattern (3) Enter the White Balance adjustment mode by pressing the INSTART key twice(White Balance) on R/C. (4) Stick sensor to center of the screen and select each items (Red/Green/Blue Gain and Offset) using D/E (CH+/-) key on R/C. (5) Adjust with R / G / B Gain using F/G (VOL+/-) key on R/C. (6) Adjust it until color coordination becomes as below. - After All adjustment is completed, Please push Instop Key.

11-1. Test Equipment

(1) Color Analyzer (CA-100),CA-210. * Note : When using the Color Analyzer with PDP, recommend the CA-100 more than CA-210. If CA-100 can not available, it is also good th use the CA-210 (2) PC(for communication through RS-232C) -> UART Baud rate : 115200. (3) Pattern Generator(MSPG-925FA etc.)
Color Temperature : Cool, Medium, Warm (1) One of R/G.B Gain should be fixed at 80 and adjust two Gain Value with decreasing the Default values from 80 1) When R Gain is Fixed at Default value(80) - Adjust G gain and B gain with decreasing Default values from 80 2) When B Gain is Fixed at Default value(80) - Adjust R gain and G gain with decreasing Default values from 80 3) When G Gain is Fixed at Default value(80) - Adjust R gain and B gain with decreasing Default values from 80 (2) R/G/B Gain and R/G/B Offset Default Value. - Red Gain : 80 - Green Gain : 80 - Blue Gain : 80

11-2. Color Temperature & Color Coordinates Setting
(1) When adjusting the Color Temperature of PDP, Color Analyzer CA-210(Matrix should be corrected through CH10 of CS-1000) should be used. When CA-210 have used, it dont need to fit the CH10. (2) Adjust the Color Temperature based below adjustment color coordinates. (3) Even if CH9 of CA-210 is corrected with Matrix, there may be many character of Module and Filter. (4) Therefore Refer to the below Color Coordinates Target. But, in case of WCG module, use the CH12 of CA-210.
Target Value CA-210(CH10), CA-100 CSM COOL WARM Temp 11,000K 6,500K x y uv +0.000 +0.003 (Fig.7)
0.2760.002 0.2830.002 0.3130.002 0.3290.002
( R/G/B gain and R/G/B offset Default values are different in according to using module)

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11-4.Auto white Balance (INNER Pattern)
No Input Select Command1 x Command2 b Set ID 00 00h 01h 10h 11h 20h 21h 40h 41h 60h 90h Min R-Gain_Normal G-Gain_Normal B-Gain_Normal R-Gain_Warm G-Gain_Warm B-Gain_Warm R-Gain_Cool G-Gain_Cool B-Gain_Cool R-Offset_Normal G-Offset_Normal B-Offset_Normal R-Offset_Warm G-Offset_Warm B-Offset_Warm R-Offset_Cool G-Offset_Cool B-Offset_Cool COLOR TEMP. j j j j j j j j j l l l l l l l l l k a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r u 00 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00 Inner Pattern Signal w b ff Max 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 03h(Cool,Normal,Warm,User) W/B Adjustment Start Using Internal Pattern W/B Adjustment Completion Data Mode DTV-Air Cable RF-Air Cable AV1 AV2 COMP1 COMP1 RGB-PC HDMI INIT 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h

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Input Select Data
: RF(10), AV1~4(20,21,22,23), SAV(30), COMP(40), DVI(50 or 60), HDMI(90)

Command Set

( SET ID : 0 -> ALL, 1~99 -> each SET )

Adjustment contents

POWER ON/OFF MAIN INPUT

KA(ka) XB(xb)

SET ID

0~99 0~99

0~1 10~90 0: OFF,
RF(10), AV1~4(20,21,22,23), SAV(30), COMP(40), RGB(50 or 60), HDMI(90)

KC(kc)

4:3; 16:9; SPECTACLE; ZOOM; ORIGINAL; 14:9; FULL
SCREEN MUTE AUDIO MUTE VOLUME CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOR TINT SHARPNESS OSD ON/OFF CHILD LOCK PIP MODE PIP ARC PIP POSITION TREBLE BASS BALANCE COLOR TEMP. RED LEVEL GREEN LEVEL BLUE LEVEL PIP INPUT

KD(kd) KE(ke) KF(kf) KG(kg) KH(kh) KI(ki) KJ(kj) KK(kk) KL(kl) KM(km) KN(kn) KO(ko) KQ(kq) KR(kr) KS(ks) KT(kt) KU(ku) KV(kv) KW(kw) K$(k$) XY(xy)
0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99
0~1 0~1 0~64 0~64 0~64 0~64 0~64 0~64 0~1 0~1 0~3
1: MUTE, 0: MUTE OFF 1: MUTE, 0: MUTE OFF 0: 0, 0: 0 , 0: 0 , 0: 0 , 64 : 100 (Hexadecimal) 64 : 100 (Hexadecimal) 64 : 100 (Hexadecimal) 64 : 100 (Hexadecimal)
0: R50 , 64 : G50 (Hexadecimal) 0: 0 , 64 : 100 (Hexadecimal) 1: ON

0: OFF,

1: LOCK, 0: OFF PIP_OFF, PIP, DW1, DW2 NOT USED NOT USED
0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99
0~64 0~64 0~64 0~3 0~50 0~50 0~50 10~90

0:0 , 0:0 , 0:L50,

64:100 64:100 64:R50
COOL, NORMAL, WARM, USER 0 : -40, 0 : -40, 0 : -40, 50 : : : 40
RF(10), AV1~4(20,21,22,23), SAV(30), COMP(40), DVI(50 or 60), ,HDMI(90)

CURRENT STATE

KZ(kz)
ACK is 0, there is Signal ACK is 1, there is No Signal ACK is 2, power Off Status

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WHITE BALANCE J(A~F) 32 RED GAIN GREEN GAIN BLUE GAIN RED OFFSET GREEN OFFSET BLUE OFFSET AUTO CONFIG. JA JB JC JD JE JF JU 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~99 0~3F 0~3F 0~3F 0~3F 0~3F 0~3F 01 0:0, 3F:3F , FF: Current State 0:0, 3F:3F , FF: Current State 0:0, 3F:3F , FF: Current State 0:0, 3F:3F , FF: Current State 0:0, 3F:3F , FF: Current State 0:0, 3F:3F , FF: Current State The state is not Auto Adjust Condition Send NACK TUNER CONTROL FACTORY IR 35 ADC Calriblation 36 Red,Blue,Green Gain Ja,Jb,Jc 00<E0 Min:00 Max:fe Initial Value : red blue -0x79 -0x6f IR CODE MC 0~99 Over F0 IR CODE 0, BITMASK = 0X01 SELECT PR. SELECT SUB PR. MA MB 0~99 0~99 0~C7 0~C7 0: Pr. 0, 0: Pr. 0, C7: Pr.199 C7: Pr.199
green -0xRed,Blue,Green offset Jd,Je,Jf 00<90 Min:00 Max:fe Initial Value : red blue -0x80 -0x82

green -0x80

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12. Detail list of SVC Option data

Option

Maker Inch Tool Tuner Num. Tool Option1 EYE INDEX VFD HDMI Type(A) Rear AV BOOST Full Tool Option2 Soft Touch Reserved Area Option Option1 Option2 Option3 Option4 System Control1 System Control2 System Control2 Power-off History Panel Control Fan Control

Detail List

CMO 42

Remark

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13. Shipped condition

(1) 1) Push the IN-START key in a Adjust Remocon. (2) Input the Option Number that was specified in the BOM, into the Shipping area. (3) The work is finished, Push V Key.

1 STATION

Auto Tuning Manual Tuning Promgrame Edit Favourite Prog.

Condition

System/Storage From/Start Storage/System/Band/Channel/Fine/S earch/Name To Set -- -- -Dynamic/Standard/Mild/User1/User2 Cool Auto Cinema : Off Black Level : Disable Spectacle/Full/Original/4:3/ 16:9/14:9/Zoom1/Zoom2 To Set Disable Disable SRS TSXT/ Standard/ Music/ Movie/ Sports/ User Off 0 On Year -- : -Date -- : -Time -- : --

PICTURE

Picture Mode Color Temperature XD Advanced Aspect Ratio Picture Reset Screen XD Demo
Sound Mode Auto Volume Balance TV Speaker

Off Time On Time

Off 00 : 00 Off 00 : 00 Volume 30 Programme 0
Sleep Time Auto Sleep 5 STATION SPECIAL Country Input Label SIMPLINK Key Lock Set ID 6 DVR Time Control Recorded TV Manual Recording Scheduled List Video Quality HDD Format Language
Off Off To Set To Set To Set Off Off Off On To Set To Set To Set High To Set

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TROUBLESHOOTING

1. No power

(1) Symptom
1) Minute discharge does not occur at module. 2) Front LED does not activate.

(2) Press check

Start Check
Is the power cord plugged in?

Plug in the power cord

Are the line filter and PSU connected?
Connect the cable. ) Plasma(
Yes Is the correct fuse for the PSU in place? Plasma(F101) Yes

Replace the fuse.

Is the PSU and 13pin cable connected to the VSC board? Yes

Connect the 13pin cable.

After remove all cables connected PSU(except the CN101), authorizes the AC voltage marking manual. If the ST-by 5V does not operate, replace the PSU.

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2. Protect mode
1) After lighting once it does not discharge minutely from the module. 2) The relay falls.(there is an audible Click.) 3) The color of the front LED turns from green to red.

(2) Follow check

No Is the PSU normal ?
Is the output the normal Low/High voltage except for the Stand-by 5V?

No Replace Power Board.

Are all the connectors normal?
After checking each connector does is operate correctly?
No Replace the connector.
Yes Is the output voltage normal after removing the P1 connector of the Y-B/D?

Is the Y-Board normal?

Is the appropriate fuse (FS2,FS3) on the Y-B/D? Yes

Replace the Y-Board.

Is the Z-Board normal?
Is appropriate fuse (FS1,FS2) on the Z-B/D?
Is the output voltage normal after removing the P1 connector of the Z-B/D?

Replace the Z-Board.

Yes Yes Replace the fuse.

Is the X- Board normal?

Is the output voltage normal after removing the P100, 110, 200, 210 connector of the X-B/D?
After removing the P100, 110 and the output voltage is normal : Replace the Right X-B/D After removing the P200, 210 and the output voltage is normal : Replace the Left X-B/D

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3. No Raster
1) No OSD or image are displayed on the screen. 2) It maintains the condition where the front LED is green.
Does minute discharge at Module?
Is the inverter /VaVs on?
Is output the normal Low/High voltage except for the Stand-by 5V?

Replace the Power board.

Yes Yes Check the PDP Module
Is there a fault with the link cable?
Reconnect the link cable in P600.
Is the output for the IC700 normal?

Replace the VSC.

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4. In the case an unusual display in RF mode(Main).
Is the video output of the Tuner normal? (Check TU200_Pin14)
Is the Tuner Cable connected? No
Is the input voltage normal?(Check Pin8, Pin6) No Check the power.
Is the I2C communication normal? (Check Pin5, Pin4) No Check the Tuner.

Re-insert the cable.

Is the video output of the CXA2069Q normal? (Check R324, in case of S-Video Check R324, R328) Yes No Is the input voltage normal?(Check L308) Yes Is the I2C communication normal? (Check R309, R310)
No Check the power.(L1004)

No Check the IC.(IC300)

Is the LVDS Cable connected?

No Re-insert the cable.

Change the IC(IC700)
5. In the case of an unusual display in rear AV mode(Main).
Is video input of the A/V jack normal?

Check the input source.

Sam as Block A

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6. In the case of an unusual display in rear S-Video mode(Main).
Is the video input of the A/V jack normal?
7. In the case of an unusual display in Side AV mode(Main).
Is the video input of the A/V jack normal? No
8. In the case of an unusual display in Side S-Video mode(main).
Is the video input of the A/V jack normal? (Check R339, R341,L310)

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9. In the case of an unusual display in SCART 1 mode(main).
Is the video input of the A/V jack normal?(Check R102)
10. In the case of an unusual display in SCART 1_RGB mode(main).

Is the video input of the A/V jack normal?(Check L111, L112, L112) Yes
11. In the case of an unusual display in SCART 2 mode(main).
Is the video input of the A/V jack normal? (Check R115)

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12. In the case of an unusual display in SCART 2_YC mode(main).
Is the video input of the A/V jack normal?(Check R115,R149)
13. In the case an unusual display in RF mode(Sub).
Is the video output of the Tuner normal? (Check TU201_Pin14) No Is the Tuner Cable connected? No Yes Re-insert the cable. No Is the input voltage normal?(Check Pin8, Pin6) No Check the power. Yes Is the I2C communication normal? (Check Pin5, Pin4) No Check the Tuner.
Is the video output of the CXA2069Q normal? (Check R312, in case of S-Video Check R312, R314) Yes No Is the input voltage normal?(Check L308) Yes Is the I2C communication normal? (Check R309, R310)

No Change the IC(IC300).

14. In the case PIP doesnt display in other mode(Sub).
- Same as the case of main except block A should be change to B

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15. In the case of an unusual display in component 1 mode(main/sub).
Is the video input of the JK102 normal? (Check L126, L127,L128)
16. In the case of an unusual display in component 2 mode(main/sub).
Is the video input of the Jk103 normal? (Check L129, L130, L131) Yes
17. In the case of an unusual display in RGB mode(main/sub).
Is the R, G, B input and H, V sync of the JK500 normal?(Check R509, R511, R512, R513, R515) Yes

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18. No Sound
1) LED is green. 2) There is a picture but no sound.
No Is there sound in any mode?

Is the speaker on?

Set speaker on in the menu.
Is there no sound only for HDMI?
No Download the EDID data.
Is the speaker cable normal?

Check the Speaker cable

Is there no sound only AV?
Is the output of IC300(Pin52,53) normal? Yes

Replace the IC300

Yes Check the signal after IC300. refer to circuit diagram.
Is the IC400 operating normal?

No Replace the IC400

Yes No Check the Tuner In/Out. Is the IC401 operating normal? No Replace the IC401
Is there no sound only for RF?
Is the IC402 operating normal?

No Replace the IC402

Replace the VSC B/D

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19. HDMI mode

Is only video normal?

Yes Download EDID data each port.

Is only audio normal?

Check the TMDS line wave. (R1215~R1222 / R1226~R1233)
1. Check TV input mode. (HDMI 1 port support HDMI and DVI. So if you input DVI signal and PC audio from phone jack, You can hear PC audio.) 2. Unplug and plug in the HDMI cable. (sometimes ESD surge occurred at HDMI port.) 3. Check the HDMI Mute register. (0x68, offset 0x37) 4. Check the Audio-out channel mute register (0x68, offset 0x32) is appropriately enabled.

D101 LD1003 LD1104 LD1301 LD1302 0DL200000CA 0DL233309AC 0DL233309AC 0DL233309AC 0DL233309AC SAM5670(DL-2LRG) ROUND 4.8MM Y-GR SAM2333 RED/Y-GREEN 2.7V 2.8V 30m SAM2333 RED/Y-GREEN 2.7V 2.8V 30m SAM2333 RED/Y-GREEN 2.7V 2.8V 30m SAM2333 RED/Y-GREEN 2.7V 2.8V 30m

DIODEs

D1102 D1103 D1104 D1200 D1201 D1300 D500 D501 D502 D503 D505 D506 D507 0DS226009AA 0DS226009AA 0DR340009AA 0DD184009AA 0DD184009AA 0DS226009AA EAH33945901 EAH33945901 EAH33945901 EAH33945901 EAH33946001 EAH33946001 EAH33945901 KDS226 1.2V 85V 300MA 2A 4NSEC 15 KDS226 1.2V 85V 300MA 2A 4NSEC 15 MBRS340 525MV 40V 4A 0SEC 0F 0W D KDS184 KDS184 TP KEC - 85V - - KDS184 KDS184 TP KEC - 85V - - KDS226 1.2V 85V 300MA 2A 4NSEC 15 CDS3C30GTH 30V 50V 120V 1.9A 1W S CDS3C30GTH 30V 50V 120V 1.9A 1W S CDS3C30GTH 30V 50V 120V 1.9A 1W S CDS3C30GTH 30V 50V 120V 1.9A 1W S CDS3C05GTA 5.6V 6.4V 19V 1.9A 1W CDS3C05GTA 5.6V 6.4V 19V 1.9A 1W CDS3C30GTH 30V 50V 120V 1.9A 1W S IC100
0ISTLON037A 0IPMG78341A 0IPMG78341A 0IPMG78341A 0IPRPML001A EAN34140401 0IPMG78391A EAN32662801 0IPMGKE030A 0IPMG00107A 0IPMG00027A 0IPMG78391A 0IPMG00027A NL17SZ17DFT2G 1.65TO5.5V 0.001mA AZ1085S-3.3TR/E1,LF 12V 3.3V 0W T AZ1085S-3.3TR/E1,LF 12V 3.3V 0W T AZ1085S-3.3TR/E1,LF 12V 3.3V 0W T MIC39100 2.3TO26V 0 0W SOT223 R/T AZ1085S-1.8TRE1 1.238V to 12V 1. SC2595STR 2.3TO5V 0 0W SOIC R/TP KA7809ERTM 35V to 40V 9V 1W DPAK KIA78R05F 6TO12V 5V 8W DPAK R/TP AZ1117H-2.5TR/E1 15V 2.5V 0W SOT2 SC156515M-1.8TR 2.2TO5.5V 1.8V 0W SC2595STR 2.3TO5V 0 0W SOIC R/TP SC156515M-1.8TR 2.2TO5.5V 1.8V 0W
IC1000 IC1000 IC1001 IC1003 IC1004 IC1005 IC1101 IC1102 IC1104 IC1105 IC1107 IC1110

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LOC. NO. IC1111 IC1200 IC1201 IC1202 IC1300 IC1301 IC1302 IC1303 IC1305 IC1500 IC1501 IC300 IC400 IC401 IC402 IC500 IC501 IC502 IC505 IC507 IC508 IC600 IC701 IC702 IC901 IC902
PART NO. EAN35520901 0IPRPS5006C 0IMMRAL014D 0IMMRAL014D EAN35947401 EAN31729201 EAN33402201 0IMP242560A 0IKE702900G EAN38294101 EAN38294301 0ISO206900A 0IMCRMN028F 0IMCRMN028F EAN32404601 0IMMRAL014D 0IPH741400E EAN39038801 0IPRPSG023A 0IMCRFA018A 0IMCRFA018A EAN38911401 0IMP242560A 0IKE702900G EAN32205201 EAN32205201

DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION Harness, 1537740-1 1537113-2 1-1123722-Harness, SMH200(700MM) SMH200-14(YEONHO) S Harness, LVDS PDP STANDARD_200mm FI-X30HL( Harness, SMH200 SMH200 800MM 2.00MM 5P UL2 Harness, SMH200 SMH200 500MM 2.00MM 6P UL1 A03-7071-094 D-SUB 15P 2.29MM STR A02-0915-101 D-SUB 9P 2.77MM STRA USB, UAR27-4K2300 A 1P 2.50MM ANGLE DI Wafer, SMW250-13P 13P 2.50MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMAW200-06P 6P 2.00MM 1R ANGLE DI Wafer, SMAW200-06P 6P 2.00MM 1R ANGLE DI Wafer, SMW200-14P 14P 2.00MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMAW200-10P 10P 2.00MM 1R ANGLE D Wafer, SMW200-05P 5P 2.00MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMW250-10P 10P 2.50MM 1R ANGLE DI Wafer, 1-1123723-4 4P 3.96MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, 184-0207100-71 7P 1.27MM 1R STRAI Wafer, SMW200-04P 4P 2.00MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMW200-04P 4P 2.00MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMW250-03P 3P 2.50MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMW250-04P 4P 2.50MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, 12505WS-04A00 4P 1.25MM 1R STRAIG Wafer, FI-X30SSL-HF 30P 1.00MM 1R ANGLE Wafer, SMW200-10P 10P 2.00MM 1R STRAIGHT Wafer, SMAW200-14P 14P 2.00MM 1R ANGLE D Wafer, SMW200-05P 5P 2.00MM 1R STRAIGHT

OTHERs

B2 CA1 CA2 B1 L1101 X1200 X1300 X1301 X1303 X1500 X400 X401 X501 X700 IC101 IC1306 IC900 IC506 TU200 TU201 MAY39537104 68509A0004J EAD35132605 MAY32943847 6140VB0004B 6202TST001H 6212AB2872A 6212AB2883A EAW39040101 6212AB2883A 6202VDT002H 6202VDT002H EAW39040101 6212AB2015J 6712000014A SAA31073305 SAA31073113 EBD38015101 EBL35311213 EBL35311214 Box, BOX DW COLOR 42PB4 Cable, Assembly RCA JACK 0.15M 1P BLACK Cable ,Assembly SATA CABLE 250MM SATA 7P RED Box, BOX DW 352 NO PRINTING 42PB4 Coil, Choke LN-15A1(26UH) 26uH AC500V 5MA 12X9MM Crystal, SX-1 27MHZ 30PPM 27MHZ 30PPM 20pF Crystal, HC49SM 25MHZ 50PPM 20pF HC49SM Crystal, HC-49SM 27.00000MHZ 27MHZ 30PPM Crystal, 9H03200584 32.768KHZ 20PPM 12.5pF Crystal, HC-49SM 27.00000MHZ 27MHZ 30PPM Crystal, SX-1 18.432MHZ 30PPM(16PF) Crystal, SX-1 18.432MHZ 30PPM(16PF) Crystal, 9H03200584 32.768KHZ 20PPM Crystal, HC-49SM 19.66080HZ 19.6608HZ Receiver Module, KSM-2013TH2A 12.4M BK 3P S/W, Firmware 3.10 278C EUROPE FLASH ROM S/W, Firmware 3.07 EFC9 EUROPE FLASH ROM Sensor, Temperature MM3286CFBE 0.3~3.6 SOP 8P Tuner, Tuner/Modulator TAUT-W001D PAL-B/G+I+D/K Tuner, Tuner/Modulator TAFT-W004P PAL-B/G+I+D/K

ACCESSORY

A1 A1 SAC30653121 MFL39050003 MKJ39170809 3550V00590A EAD36223101 4972V00178A 3880TKZ004E 4950TKA320A FAB30021701 4930TKK040B Title, CD MANUAL MP lan(25) Manual, Owners EN/RU/KA/UK(4) CISver. Simple Book Remote Controller, COMPLEX ANALOG PVR R/C For Euro Cover, MOLD ABS 50PC3DD-UE.AUSRSHR ABS Power Cord, LP34A+LS60L LP-34A LS-60L 1.87M BLACK Supporter, COMPLEX METAL ASSY PDP SET Bag, COMPLEX VINYL 180*150 0.58 H&C MODEL Plate, PRESS SBHG T1.2 SUPPORT UPSET Screw, Machine 1SZZVMR001A RING WALL 5MM 25MM Holder, MOLD NYLON CABLE (815-6866)CLIP
J101 JK100 JK101 JK102 JK1200 JK1201 JK400 JK501 6612J10033A 6612M00010A 6612M00010A 6612J10031A 6612B00015B 6612B00015B 6612J10043A 6612F00099A PMJ016-13 13P DIN/RCA 14MM ANGLE PSC003-01 21P 21P/1C 3.81MM STRAI PSC003-01 21P 21P/1C 3.81MM STRAI PPJ209-02 14.0MM 1RX5C STRAIGHT T DC1R019WDH SOCKET 21P STRAIGHT SM DC1R019WDH SOCKET 21P STRAIGHT SM PPJ200-07 15MM 1RX4C ANGLE BK 3P PEJ024-01 1P 4P STRAIGHT TR 3.6MM

A2 A21 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8

SWITCHs
SW101 SW102 SW103 SW104 SW105 SW106 SW107 SW108 SW1300 SW700 SW900 140-313B 140-313B 140-313B 140-313B 140-313B 140-313B 140-313B 140-313B 6600VR1004A 6600VR1004A 6600VR1004A KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ KPT-1115AM 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ SKHMPWE010 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ SKHMPWE010 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ SKHMPWE010 1C1P 12VDC 0.05A HORIZ

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14. HD2SD

J101 PMJ016-13
2A [YL] U-CAN 19A [YL] CONTACT 18A [YL] O-SPRING

READY R103

RR112 0

SIDE A/V(SUB)

P102 SMW200-14

CONTROL B/D(SUB)

P103 SMAW200-10 SW101 140-313B

YIN5 AV_SW VIN5 CIN5

R117 470

KEY2 1

SW102 140-313B

READY ZD101

R101 27K
2B [WH] U-CAN 3B [WH] U-LUG

READY R104

50V 100pF C105

C100 0.1uF

CHSW103 140-313B

R102 7.5K

KEY1 3
2C [RD] U-CAN 19C [RD] CONTACT 18C [RD] 0-SPRING

R109 470

READY ZD100

R103 3K SW104 140-313B

READY R105

50V 100pF C106

9 [DIN] GROUND-TER 17 [DIN] C-LUG-L[DIN] C-LUG-S[DIN] C-LUG-L1

AV__SW VIN5

C101 0.1uF

R111 0

VOL1 IR 2 GND

R104 910

READY R107

YIN5 CIN5

R115 0

READY R106

13 [DIN] C-LUG-S1 11B NC_TER_B 12B COM_TER_B 11D NO_TER_D 11C NO_TER_C 12A COM_TER_A 11A NC_TER_A

5V_ST 5V_ST

GND GND SW105 140-313B

R110 0

LED_R LED_R

SW106 140-313B

R105 27K

LED_G LED_G

SMAW200-06 P102 SW107 140-313B

R106 7.5K

TV/VIDEO

P103 UAR27-4K2300

R107 3K SW108 140-313B R108 910
READ-CHIP +C107 330uF 10V READY C102

USB2_VBUS1

P105 SMW200-05P

USB DOWN STREAM

R1/10W 5% R1/10W 5%

USB_DM USB_DP

READY C103

USB2_VBUS1 USB_DM USB_DP

PRE-AMP(SUB)
C104 100uF 16V 5V_ST 5V_ST

+C102 100uF 16V

TP112 R107 4.7K

R10B 100 OUT

5V_ST RMHO TP108

C103 33pF

SMAW200-06 P101
AMBER 5V_ST RMHD TP109 Y-GRN

D101 SAM5670

R102 0
C TP111 B E Q102 2SC3875S

Q101 2SC3875S

R101 0

TSDP4438501 IC101

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
MAIN(TOP) MAIN(BOTTOM) SIDE A/V(TOP) SIDE A/V(BOTTOM)

PRE-AMP(TOP)

PRE-AMP(BOTTOM)

CONTROL

P/NO : MFL396403502
Sep., 2007 Printed in Korea

doc1

Internal Use Only

website:http://biz.LGservice.com

PLASMA TV SERVICE MANUAL

CHASSIS : PD74A

MODEL : 42PT85

42PT85-ZB

CAUTION

BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.

CONTENTS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...3 SPECIFICATIONS...4 ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS...6 TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE...13 BLOCK DIAGRAM...26 EXPLODED VIEW....28 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST..29 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST...30 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM.... PRINTED CIRCUIT DIAGRAM...
Copyright2007 LG Electronics. Inc. All right reserved. Only for training and service purposes

LGE Internal Use Only

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These parts are identified by in the Schematic Diagram and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as recommended in this manual to prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

General Guidance

An isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be inadvertently introduced during the service operation. If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this monitor is blown, replace it with the specified. When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB. Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts. Due to high vacuum and large surface area of picture tube, extreme care should be used in handling the Picture Tube. Do not lift the Picture tube by it's Neck.
Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure) Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check. Connect 1.5K/10watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15uF capacitor between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity. Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to 0.5mA. In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and repaired before it is returned to the customer.
Leakage Current Hot Check circuit

AC Volt-meter

Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check)
With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone jacks, etc. If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the measured resistance should be between 1M and 5.2M. When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the reading must be infinite. An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the receiver is returned to the customer.

To Instrument's exposed METALLIC PARTS

0.15uF

Good Earth Ground such as WATER PIPE, CONDUIT etc.

1.5 Kohm/10W

SPECIFICATIONS
NOTE : Specifications and others are subject to change without notice for improvement.

Application Range

This spec is applied to the 42 PLASMA TV used PP7BA Chassis. Chassis PD74A Model Name 42PT85 Market UK,France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Italy Brand LG Remark

Specification

Each part is tested as below without special appointment. 1) Temperature : 255C (779F), CST : 405 2) Relative Humidity: 6510% 3) Power Voltage: Standard Input voltage (100-240V~, 50/60Hz) * Standard Voltage of each product is marked by models. 4) Specification and performance of each parts are followed each drawing and specification by part number in accordance with SBOM. 5) The receiver must be operated for about 20 minutes prior to the adjustment.

Test Method

1) Performance : LGE TV test method followed. 2) Demanded other specification Safety : CE, IEC specification EMC : CE, IEC Model 42PT85 Market UK,France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Italy Appliance Safety : IEC/EN60065 EMI : EN55013, EMS : EN55020 Remark Not yet TEST
General Specification ( 42 XGA Module)
No 3 Item Display Screen Device Aspect Ratio PDP Module Specification 42 Wide Color Display Module 16:9 PDP42X4A, RGB Closed Type 4 Operating Environment 1)Temp. : 0~40deg LGE SPEC. Film Filter Remark

Plasma Display Panel

2)Humidity : 20~80% 5 Storage Environment 3)Temp. : -20~60deg
4)Humidity : 10~90% 6 Input Voltage 100-240V~, 50/60Hz Maker : LG

Module Specification

No 1 Market Item Specification UK,France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Italy 2 Broadcasting system 1) PAL-BG 2) PAL - DK 3) PAL - I, I 4) DVB - T(ID TV) 3 Receiving system Analog : Upper Heterodyne Digital : COFDM 4 SCART Jack(2EA) PAL, SECAM Scart 1 Jack is Full scart and support RF-OUT (analog) Scart 2 Jack is Half scart and support MNT-OUT Video Input (2EA) S-Video Input (1EA) Component Input (1EA) RGB Input PAL, SECAM, NTSC PAL, SECAM, NTSC Y/Cb/Cr, Y/Pb/Pr RGB-PC RGB-DTV 9 HDMI Input(2EA) HDMI-PC HDMI-DTV & SOUND 10 Audio Input(4EA) PC Audio, Component, AV(2EA) L/R Input 4 System : PAL, SECAM, NTSC, PALSystem : PAL, SECAM, NTSC, PAL60 UK,France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Italy Remark

6. EDID (The Extended Display Identification Data)/ DDC (Display Data Channel) download
* Caution (1) Use the proper signal cable for EDID Download. - Analog EDID : Pin3 exists. - Digital EDID : Pin3 exists. (2) Never connect HDMI & DVI-D & DVI-A Cable at the same time. (3) Use the proper cables below for EDID Writing. For RGB EDID D-sub to D-sub For HDMI EDID DVI-D to HDMI or HDMI to HDMI
6-4. Sequence of Adjustment

- EDID Download

1) Init the data.
2) Load the EDID data.(Open File).

[Analog file] (for RGB)

Open File
[Digital file] (for HDMI)

6-1. EDID Date

Item Manufacturer ID Version Revision Condition GSM Digital : 1 Digital : 3 Hex Data 1E6D 01 03
3) Set the S/W as below. 4) Push the Write Data & Verifybutton. And confirm Yes. 5) If the writing is finished, you will see the OK message. 6) If TV has two HDMI, you must download two times for each HDMI.

6-2. Setting of device

(Fig. 2) Connection Diagram of DDC download
6-3. Preparation for Adjustment
1) As above Fig. 2, Connect the Set, EDID Download Jig, PC & Cable. 2) Turn on the PC & EDID Download Jig. And Execute the S/W : EDID TESTER Ver,2.5. 3) Set up S/W option. Repeat Number : 5 Device Address : A0 PageByte : 8

4) Power on the Set.

- EDID DATA

1) Analog RGB(128Byte).

-> Product ID Model Name Product ID Product ID Dec Hex 9CB6 9CB6 EDID table B69C B69C

42PT85 50PT85 2. 3.

2) HDMI1 RGB(256Byte).
-> Serial No : Controlled on production line -> Month, Year : Controlled on production line ex) Week : '03' => '03' Year : '2006' => '10' -> Model Name(Hex): Hex Data 000000FC003432505438350A202020202020 000000FC003530505438350A202020202020 -1, -2 -> Checksum : Changeable by total -8A -2 C2 C3 -1 CC CC -2 F2 BC
Model Name 42PT85-ZB 50PT85-ZB 5. -1, -2, EDID data Model Name 42PT85-ZB 50PT85-ZB

7. ADC Calibration

ADC RF/AV/S-VIDEO Component RGB-PC
=> Detail EDID Options are below( , , , , -1, -2, -1, -2) 3) HDMI1 RGB(256Byte).
MSPG925FS PAL INPUT SELECT AV3
Model:215 (720P) Model: 60 Pattern:65 (1024*768 60Hz) Pattern: 65
Model: 202 (PAL-BGDHI) 720P/50Hz Pattern: 65 PAL 7 Color Bar 7 Color Bar

- System control RS-232 Host should be PC for adjustment. - Before AV ADC Calibration, execute the Panel size selection
=> Detail EDID Options are below( , , , , -1, -2, -1, -2)
8. Auto RF/AV/S-VIDEO Color Balance

8-1. Requirement

4) Press the G(Vol. +) key to operate the set, then it becomes automatically.
This AV color balance adjustment should be performed before white Balance Adjustment.

8-2. Required Equipment

1) Remote controller for adjustment. 2) MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator (Which has Video Signal: 7 Color Bar Pattern shown in Fig.3). (1) Model: 202 / Pattern: 65 - Models use PAL-BGDHI. (composite signal) (Fig.6) Color Bar signal 5) Auto-RGB OK means the adjustment is completed.

10. Adjustment of RGB

10-1. Requirement
8-3. Method of Auto RF/AV/S-VIDEO Color Balance(PAL_BGDHI)
1) Input the PAL Video signal 7 color Bar (MSPG-925FS Model : 202, pattern : 65) signal into AV3. 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in the Picture menu. 3) Press INSTART key on R/C for adjustment.

10-2. Required Equipment

1) Remote controller for adjustment. 2) MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator (Which has Video Signal: 7 Color Bar Pattern shown in Fig.7). (1) Model: 3 / Pattern: 65 - Models use RGB
10-3. Method of Auto RGB Color Balance
(Fig.3) Color Bar signal 4) Press the G(Vol. +) key operate to set, then it becomes automatically. 1) Input the PC 1024x768 @ 60Hz 7 color bar (MSPG-925FS, Model : 3, Pattern : 65) signal into RGB.(using D-sub to Dsub cable) 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in Picture menu. 3) Press the IN-START key on R/C for adjustment.
(Fig.4) Color Bar signal 5) Auto-RGB OK means completed adjustment.
(Fig.7) Color Bar signal 4) Press the G(Vol. +) key operate to set , then it becomes automatically.
9. Adjustment of Component

9-1. Requirement

This AV color balance adjustment should be performed before white Balance Adjustment. (Fig.8) Color Bar signal 5) Auto-RGB OK means adjustment is completed.

9-2. Required Equipment

1) Remote controller for adjustment. 2) MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator (Which has Video Signal: 7 Color Bar Pattern shown in Fig.5). (1) Model: 215 / Pattern: 65 - Models use component.
9-3. Method of Auto Component Color Balance
1) Input the Component 720p/50Hz 7 Color Bar (MSPG925FS Model : 215, pattern : 65) signal into Component. 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in the Picture menu. 3) Press IN-START key on R/C for adjustment.

(Fig.5) Color Bar signal

11. Scart RGB(DVR) Adjustment Mode

11-1. Required Equipment

1) Remote controller for adjustment 2) MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator (Which has Video Signal: 7 Color Bar Pattern shown in Fig.9) (1) Model: 232 / Pattern: 08

12. Adjustment of White Balance

12-1. Required Equipment

(1) Color Analyzer(CA-100+/CH.10) 1) Remote controller of adjustment -> Color Analyzer(CA100+ of same product) : CH 10 2) Auto W/B adjustment instrument.(only for Auto Adjustment) -> AV Pattern Generator.
11-2. Method of Auto Scart RGB(DVB) Balance
1) Input the Video Signal : Color Bar signal into AV1(using Full Scart Cable). 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in Picture menu. 3) Press the IN-START key on R/C for adjustment. Color temperature standards according to CSM and Module. CSM Cool Normal Warm
PLASMA 11000K 9300K 6500K

Remark

White balance adjustment coordinate and color temperature. * PC(for communication through RS-232C) Cool CS-100 0.276 0.283 0.000 CS-100 0.285 0.293 0.000 CS-100 0.313 0.329 0.004 CA-210(CH 10) 0.2760.002 0.2830.002 0.000 CA-210(CH 10) 0.2850.002 0.2930.002 0.000 CA-210(CH 10) 0.3130.002 0.3290.002 0.004

(Fig.9) Color Bar signal

x y uv Medium x y uv Warm x y uv
-> UART Baud rate : 115200 bps * Luminance Y AV : upper 150cd/m2 (Typ : 350cd/m2) -> Applying to Cool, Medium, Warm mode. (Fig.10) Color bar Signal 4) Press the TURBO-PICTURE Key on R/C for adjustment. 5) Press the G(Vol. +) key operate To set , then it becomes automatically.(Fig.7) 6) Scart RGB(DVR) OK means Scart RGB adjustment is completed.
12-2. Connection Picture of the Measuring Instrument(On Automatic control)
(1) Inside PATTERN is used when W/B is controlled. Connect to auto controller or push control R/C IN-START -> Enter the mode of White-Balance, the pattern will come out. power supply) and heat-run over 15 minutes.

Full White Pattern

CA-210
Color ANALYZER TYPE : CA-210

RS-232C Communication

(Fig.11) Auto AV(CVBS) Color Balance Test Pattern

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Auto adjustment Map(RS-232C)
Type PD74A Data bit 8 Index R-Gain_Normal G-Gain_Normal B-Gain_Normal R-Gain_Warm G-Gain_Warm B-Gain_Warm R-Gain_Cool G-Gain_Cool B-Gain_Cool R-Offset_Normal G-Offset_Normal B-Offset_Normal R-Offset_Warm G-Offset_Warm B-Offset_Warm R-Offset_Cool G-Offset_Cool B-Offset_Cool Internal Pattern Signal Internal Pattern Signal Internal Pattern Signal Stop bit 1 Parity None Max Value 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80) 128(80)
Baud Rate 115200 Protocol Setting
Cmd 1 Cmd 2 Data Min Value j j j j j j j j j l l l l l l l l l w w w a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r b b b ff 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00) 00(00)
* Color Temperature: Cool, Medium, Warm (1) When R GAIN is set to 80 - Control G GAIN and B GAIN by lowering from 80. (2) When B GAIN is set to 80 - Control R GAIN and G GAIN by lowering from 80. (3) When G GAIN is set to 80 - Control R GAIN and B GAIN by lowering from 80. One of R Gain / G Gain / B Gain should be kept on 80, and adjust other two lower than 80. (When R/G/B GAIN are all 80, it is the FULL DYNAMIC Range of Module).

14. Default Value in Adjustment mode

14-1. Auto Color Balance

<Component> <RGB>
W/B adjustment Start Internal Pattern use W/B adjustment end
12-3. Auto-control interface and directions
(1) Adjust in the place where the influx of light like floodlight around is blocked.(illumination is less than 10ux) (2) Measure and adjust after sticking the Color Analyzer(CA100+, CA-210) to the side of the module. (3) Aging time - After aging start, keep the power on(no suspension of power supply) and heat-run over 15minutes. - Keep white pattern using inside pattern.
(Fig.12) Default Value on OSD

14-2. Write Balance

13. Adjustment of White Balance
(Manual white Balance) One of R Gain/ G Gain/ B Gain should be kept on 80, and others are controlled lowering from 80 (1) press power on of the control R/C, set heat run to white by pressing G and heat run over 15 minutes. (Set: RS-232 Host: PC, Baud Rate: 115200bps, Download: Cortez) 2) Zero Calibrate CA-100+, and when controlling, stick the sensor to the center of PDP module surface. 3) Double click In-start key on Controlling R/C and get in white balance. 4) Set test-pattern on and display inside pattern. Control is carried out on three color temperature, COOL, MEDIUM, WARM. (Control is carried out three times,) 5) When the R/G/B GAIN is 80 on OSD, it is the FULL DYNAMIC Range of the Module. In order to control white balance without the saturation of FULL DYNAMIC Range and DATA, one of R Gain / G Gain / B Gain should be kept on 80, and other two is controlled lowering from 80.
(Fig.13) Default Value on OSD

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15. Set information(Serial No & Model name)
(1) Setting up like bottom figure (After setting white balance, this is set) 1) Press ADJ Key in the Adjust remocon. 2) Select System Control 2 by using D/E(CH+/-) key, and press A(ENTER). 3) Using Adjust remocon, RS-232 Host & Baud Rate & Download value change (RS-232 Host:Gprobe, Baud Rate:115200bps, Download:Cortez)
16. Select method of Tool option
(1) Press ADJ Key in the Adjust remote control. (2) Select Tool option 1 and Tool option2 by using D/E (CH+/-) key, and press A(ENTER).
(2) Bar-code scanning 1) Push the menu button in DTV mode. Select the STATION -> Diagnostics -> To set
(3) TOOL OPTION1 1) Select Maker by using D/E (CH+/-) key, and change the module maker and. applied module classification by using F/G (VOL+/-). 2) Select Inch by using D/E (CH+/-) key, and change the module according to the inch of model. (4) TOOL OPTION2 1) Select TOOL NUM by using D /E (CH+/-) key, and change the module maker and. applied module classification by using F/G (VOL+/-). 2) Select FAN by using D /E (CH+/-) key, change the module according to the inch of model. 3) Select DIGITAL by using D/E (CH+/-) key, and change the tool name according to the model.

2) Check the Serial Number.
( Inch of model : 42,50 Applied module under the calassificatoin : ) Tool option2052 Maker LGX4 LGX4 Inch Tool PT85 PT85

Tool option1921 1665

Suffix KE*L(Y)LMP KE*L(Y)LMP KE*FLMP

DIGITAL AMP 1

6) After changing the Tool option1,2, push the EXIT Key.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

1. Power Board

1-1. The full flowchart for the voltage output

Start check

Does the whole screen appear?
Is it identical to when the power is off? Yes
Is the Interface signal operating?
Yes 2. Check the Interface signal status.
1. Check the Power Off status.
Does the low pressure output appear?
Does the St-by 5V signal appear? No
Does the 5V Monitor signal appear? No 4. Check the 5V Monitor signal circuit.
Does the VSC signal RL-ON appear? No 5. Check the VSC RL-ON signal. Yes
3. Check the St-by 5V signal circuit.
Does the high tension output appear?
Does the VSC signal Vs-ON appear? No
Does the Vs, Va voltage output appear? No 8. Check the Vs, Va voltage output circuit.
Does the VSC low pressure output appear? No 6. Check the VSC low pressure output
7. Check the VSC Vs-ON signal
Does the high tension output voltage occur? Yes
When the Y, Z B/D Module input connector, does Power Board high tension output voltage drop?
When removing the Y B/D Module input connector, does output voltage drop? Yes 10. Check the Z B/D Module output circuit
When removing the Z B/D Module input connector, does output voltage drop?
Yes 9. Check the Power Board Output high tension circuit
Yes 11. Check the Y B/D Module output circuit
Manufactures model passage

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1-2. 42 Power Board Structure(670990001A)

(1) Pin Layout

(2) Pin Spec
AC INLET NO 13 Wafer P/N YH396-03V CN1 AC NC AC P1 AC Det RL-ON STBY 5V GND Vs-ON 5V Det M5V-ON STBY 5V GND NC 6V GND 3.4V-ON SMW250-13P SMW250-10P SMW250-12P YH396-08V YH396-09V ANALOG & DIGITAL BOARD P2 19V 19V GND GND 6V GND 3.4V GND 12V GND P3 3.4V 3.4V GND GND 6V 6V GND GND 12V 12V GND GND P11 Vs Vs NC GND GND Va GND 5V PDP MODULE P12 5V GND Va GND GND GND NC Vs Vs

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1-3. 42 Power Board Structure(EAY32927901)
AC INLET NO 13 Description YH396-03V CN1 AC NC AC P1 AC Det RL-ON STBY 5V GND Vs-ON 5V Det M5V-ON STBY 5V GND NC 6V GND 3.4V-ON SMW250-13P SMW250-10P SMW250-12P YH396-08V YH396-09V ANALOG & DIGITAL BOARD P2 19V 19V GND GND 6V GND 3.4V GND 12V GND P3 3.4V 3.4V GND GND 6V 6V GND GND 12V 12V GND GND P11 Vs Vs NC GND GND Va GND 5V PDP MODULE P12 5V GND Va GND GND GND NC Vs Vs

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2. No Power

(1) Symptom

1) Does not minute discharge at module. 2) Non does not come into the front LED.

(2) Procedure check

No Is the power cord plugged in? Yes No Connect the Cable. Plug in the power cord.
Is the Line Filter and Power Board Cable connected? Yes
Is the appropriate Fuse(F101) on the Power Board? Yes

No Replace the Fuse.

Is the Power Board and 13P of VSC Board Cable connected? Yes

No Connect the Cable.

After removing the cables, connect them to the Power Board(except the SC101 connection cable), and change the AC voltage marking to manual. When ST-BY 5V does not operate, replace the Power Board.

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3. Protect Mode
1) After lighting up once, it does not discharge minutely from module. 2) The rely falls.(there is an audible click) 3) The color of the front LED turns from green to red.
Is the Power Board normal ? Yes Is the each connector normal? Yes Is the Y-Board normal? Yes Is the Z-Board normal? Yes Is the X- Board normal? Yes Is the Ctrl Board normal? Yes Is the VSC Board normal? Yes Is the COF of X, Y, Z normal ? No After a COF crisis for each board, check the normal operation. For normal operation, corresponding COF failure means the module should be relaced. No Is the output voltage normal after removing P900, P901 of VSC Board? Yes If it operates normally after removing the P900, P901 : Replace the VSC Board No Is the output voltage normal after removing P1, 2, 4, 9, 10 connectors of the Ctrl-B/D? Yes Replace the X-Board. No Is the output voltage normal after removing P1, 2, 3, 4, 5 connectors of the X-B/D? Yes If the output voltage is normal after removing the P1, P2, P3 : Replace the right X-B/D If the output voltage is normal after removing the P4, P5 : Replace the left X-B/D No Is the appropriate Fuse (FS1, FS2) on Z-B/D? (replace if open) Yes Is the output voltage normal after removing P1 connector of Z-B/D? Yes Replace the Z-Board. No Is the appropriate Fuse(FS101,FS102) on the Y-B/D normal?(Replace if open) Yes Is the output voltage normal after removing P103 connector of Y-B/D? Yes Replace the Y-Board. No After connecting each connector do they operate normally? Yes Replace the connector. No Is the output Low/High voltage normal except for Stand-by 5V? No Replace the Power Board.

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4. No Raster
1) No OSD and image occur at screen. 2) It maintains the condition where the front LED is green.
Does minute discharge At Module? No Is the VAVS on? NO Is the Low/High output voltage normal except for stand-by 5V? NO Replace the Power board

Check the PDP Module

Is the LVDC cable normal?
Reconnect the LVDS cable in P1901
Is the IC700(FLI8548) Output normal?

No Replace the VSC.

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5. In case of strange screen display in specific modes
5-1. In case of no OSD display
1) LED is green. 2) The minute discharge is continuously accomplished from the module.
No Yes Replace the cable.
Is the LVDS cable normal ?
Is the LVDS cable connected? No

Re-insert the Cable.

Is the VSC Board normal?
Does the FIL8548 IC(IC700) operate? No

Yes Replace the VSC B/D

Replace the FIL8548 IC(IC700)
Is the Ctrl Board of Module normal?

No Replace the Ctrl B/D.

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5-2. In case there is no display on the screen in specific modes
1) There is no screen display from a specific input mode (RF, AV, Component, RGB, DVI).
1) Check the all input modes have normal display.
(3) In case of an unusual display in RF mode
Is the Tuner normal? No Is the Tuner Cable connected? No Yes Re-insert the cable No Is the CXA2069Q normal? Block A Yes No Is the FIL8548 normal? Are the input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync normal? No Replace the IC. No Replace the IC. Replace the Tuner. Yes Are the Input voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output normal? No
Are the Input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync normal?
(4) In case of an unusual display in side S-video/ AV mode
Is the Video input of the AV Jack(P1400) normal? Yes No Is the CXA2069Q normal? Yes Same as Block A Are the Input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync normal? No Replace the IC. No Check the input source

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(5) In case of an unusual display in Component, RGB mode
Are the R,G,B input and H,V Sync of the P1100 normal? Yes Same as Block A No Check the input source
(6) In case of an unusual display in HDMI mode
Is the HDMI002(IC1004) normal? Yes Same as Block A No Are Input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync normal? No Replace the IC.
(7) In case of an unusual display in SCART1 mode
Is the Video input of the A/V Jack(J1200) normal? Yes Same as Block A No Check the input source
(8) In case of an unusual display in SCART2 mode
Is the Video input of the A/V Jack(J1201) normal? Yes Same as Block A No Check the input source

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6. In case of no sound

1) LED is Green. 2) Screen display appears but there is no sound.
All input(modes) have no sound? YES No No Is the speaker on? YES No No Set speaker on in the menu.
Is there no sound only for HDMI? YES

Download the EDID data

Is the speaker Cable normal?

Check the Speaker Cable.

Is there no sound only for RF? YES
No Check the Tuner IN/OUT Yes
Is there no sound only for AV/component/PC?
Is the output of CXA2069 normal? YES

No Replace the CXA2069

Check the signal after CAX2069 refer to circuit diagram
Is the IC1300 operating normally? YES
Replace the IC1300 (MSP4450)
Is there no sound only for specific? (except HDMI,DTV,RF)
Check the signal before CAX2069 refer to circuit diagram
Is the IC1301 operating normally? YES
Replace the IC1300 (STA335BW)

Replace the VSC B/D

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7. Time shift Mode ( DVR BOARD )
1) Does not work time shift mode. 2) Can not enter to recorded list. 3) Can not record AV/RF.

(2) Follow check

Yes Is time shift mode on?
Are the cables connected? (12pin, 4pin,40pin) No
Is the Power B/D Is the operating normally? Yes Is the Power & Data Cable normally?(P1500, P1501) Yes
Check the power B/D or Power connector(P901)
Change the power and Data Cable
No Is the HDD normally? Yes Yes Check the BU9580KVT IC(IC1504) normally? Yes Check the STI1500 IC(IC100), NEC61151F(IC1600), NEC64015A(IC1901) normally? Yes Change the time shift mode from off to on. No No Change the HDD normally? No Replace the STI5100, NEC61151F, NEC64015A normally? Connect 31pin cable.

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8. Time shift sound and Recorded video sound ( DVR BOARD )
1) SOUND does not come out.
Yes MUTE key on? No Is the Sound cable normally? Yes Are power cables connected. No No Connect power cables /power B/D. Connect speak cable Sound normally? No Check the speakers normally? Yes No Check the MSP(IC1300), Audio AMP(1301) normally? Change the ICs normally? Yes Is the 31pin cable(P1501) normally? Yes No Change the speakers. No Connect the Data cable. Turn off the mute key.

Yes Change the VSC B/D.

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9. Recorded video ( DVR BOARD )
1) Can not play the recorded video.
Check the 31pin flat cable normally? Yes Yes Connect the data cable(P1501) Yes1 Yes2 Are the cables connected? (P1500, P15101) No Check the BU9580KVT IC(IC1504) normally? No Check the STI5100 IC(IC100), NEC61151F(IC600), NEC64015A(IC1901) normally? No No Change the HDD normally? Replace the VSC B/D Remove the recorded lists and Record one more time and Play again normally?

Connect.the cable

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IDTV DVR Block IDTV DVR Block

RS232_Rx/Tx

TC74LCX RS232_Cortez RS232_ST

Rx0/1,Tx0/1

ST3232C

Cortez Plus

DDRRAM (256MB)
RGB_PC/DTVH/V(RGB) 8 DTV 656 /

RGB (PC/DTV)

Flash(4MB) LVDS_31P STHDMI002 HDMI MUX /

Addr /Data Buffer

SCL/SDA 24LC02 For DDC_RGB PC_Audio

Rx0/1/2/C

PC_Audio HDMI 2 (PC/DTV) Comp

For Hot Plugg -in

SCL/SDA

24LC02

FMI BUS 16bit
TC74LCX157 LRCK/MCK I 2S SCK/SDA

S29JL064H70TFI010

ATA To SATA Converter $2

Flash(8MB)

LMI BUS 16bit

DTV 656

DDR SDRAM(64MB)
LGE Internal Use Only L_SPK_out R_SPK_out

DTV_out (CVBS/L/R)

SCK/SDA I 2S

HY5DU121622-D43

DTV I2S

(DVD/DTV)

For DDC_DVI Component In DVR Scart RGB
HY57V161610ET HY57V641620ET HY57V641620ET
- Main CH. Decoding - 3D Comb - 3D De-nt. i - Scaling & FRC - GUI - Audio Delay - CPU
Tx0/1/2/3/C Disp_En SCL/SDA

Logics for CI

Scart1

V_out1 Y_in1

24.576M 74LCX541 I2S 27MHz VCXO
Scart_RGB / FB TV Vout TVL/R out $0.5
74LCX245 74LCX373 74LCX373

74LCX32

74LCX08 74LVC14

Main V or YC

SDRAM(2MB) 16bit

SDRAM(8MB * 2 ) 32bit

AVin1 (CVBS/L/R/Scart_ID) MNT_out (CVBS/L/R) uPD64015 Video 656 Comp Decoder

CI SLOT

BLOCK DIAGRAM
- 26 I 2C Sub V or YC , DVR V or YC DVR LR

Scart2

CS5331

STm5100

uPD61151 MPEG Encoder
PCMCIA Power Switch TPS2011 ?

DTV_out(CVBS/L/R)

CXA2069Q A/V Switch

Mpenc_TS

CI TS MUX
74LCX541 74LCX541 Tuner TS1
TU_Main SIF A/D Universal TV Vout

AV_LR TV_L/Rout

DVR Option
MUX 74LCX541 74LCX541 74LCX157

Tuner TS

74LCX541 74LCX541 74LCX157 Tuner TS0

Digital only Tuner TDFG-G105P
A/D Univesal Tuner TDFC-G106P

SPDIF out

DTV I2S HDMI I2S

I 2C ST SPDIF

TC74LCX157

MSP SPDIF

I2C_0 24C256
TP Dec. Mpeg Decoder Audio Dec.
ST-Connect (20pin) 27MHz 32.768KHz

RS232_ST

74LVC14 SYS RST DTV Reset From CORTEZ
Side-AV B D Comp_LRin PC_Audio AV_LR

TV_L/Rout

MSP4450K I 2C Audio SW & LRCK/MCK Tone Control STA333W

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EXPLODED VIEW

601 602

305 560

202 201

A2 A502

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EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

A2 A21

The components identified by mark critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

Part No.

EAB33775101 EAB33893101 EAJ33726301 6871QCH089A 6871QDH127A 6871QLH072A 6871QRH082A 6871QYH063A 6871QZH067A AJJ31816101 AJJ31816201 ABJ31082301 ADV31041201 MBH32559201 AJJ31041601 AJJ31041701 AJJ31041801 AJJ31041901 MBG32788501 ACQ31041501 AGU30996801 AGU30996907 EBR38198801 EBT38199601 EBR38051401 EBR38052701 EAY32927901 EAM35012703 EBT38155301 EBR38017001 ABA30998703 MGJ32323501 AAN31626701 MCK32604801 MKJ39170801 3550V00590A

Descriptions

Speaker, Full Range EN1562C-6712 ND 10W 8OHM 82DB 100HZ 193.5 X 42 X 39.9 LUG KOREA TOPTONE Speaker, Tweeter EN10D-6714 ND 10W 8OHM 82DB 0HZ 68 X 23 X 22.7 LUG KOREA TOPTONE PDP, Module-XGA PDP42X40201.AKLGG XGA 42INCH 1024X768 16/9 PDP DIVISION PCB Assembly, 6871QCH089A CTRL ASSY 42 X4 PDP DIVISION PCB Assembly, 6871QDH127A YDRV ASSY 42 X4 PDP DIVISION PCB Assembly, 6871QLH072A XRLT ASSY 42 X4 XL PDP DIVISION PCB Assembly, 6871QRH082A XRRT ASSY 42 X4 XR PDP DIVISION PCB Assembly, 6871QYH063A YSUS ASSY 42 X4 2L PDP DIVISION PCB Assembly, 6871QZH067A ZSUS ASSY 42 X4 2L PDP DIVISION Supporter Assembly, 42PB4 SUPP.MODULE VERTICAL ASSY_Right Supporter Assembly, 42PB4 SUPP.MODULE VERTICAL ASSY_Left Cabinet Assembly, 42PB4 Pacific Frame Assembly, 42PB4 PacificFrame Assy Cabinet, MOLD ABS 42PB4 ABS non Supporter Assembly, 42PB4 Filter Supporter Top Assy Supporter Assembly, 42PB4 Filter Supporter Bottom Assy Supporter Assembly, 42PB4 Filter Supporter Right Assy Supporter Assembly, 42PB4 Filter Supporter Left Assy Button, MOLD ABS CONTROL PC5/PB4 ABS 8KEY Cover Assembly, Rear 42PB4 PacificPlate Assembly, AV 60PY30, Plate Tuner Bottom Assy. Plate Assembly, REAR AV Plate Tuner Cover Assy. Digital, 42PB4, Europass3, DVR Hand Insert PCB Assembly, Main MAIN M.I PP79A 42PB4RT-TB - 42PB4RT-TB Hand Insert PCB Assembly Chassis Assembly, SUB PP79A 42PB4RT-TB HDD Chassis Assembly PCB Assembly, Sub CONTROL T.T PP79A 42PB4RT-TB - CONTROL KEY TOTAL PCB Assembly, Sub SUB T.T PP79A 42PB4RT-TB - PREAMP SMPS, 1H371W 100VTO240V 400W 50 TO 60HZ UL/CE/TUV - SANKEN ELECTRIC CO Filter, AC Line IF2-N06CEWL2 5.3mH 250VAC 6A 0.22uF 1000pF VDE/CSA/K/CCC 450/130MM CORE ADDTION Chassis Assembly, SUB PP79A 42PB4RT-TB SIDE AV/USB SUB ASSY Hand Insert PCB Assembly, SUB M.I PP79A 42PB4RT - SATURN SIDE AV/USB Bracket Assembly, AV PY30 AB E3_SIDE AV BRACKET ASSY, USA,With USB Plate, Shield PRESS AL 1.0 SHIELD AL E3 PY30 SHIELD,SIDE AV Base Assembly, ASSY 42PC5 - FIXED STAND Cover, MOLD ABS 42PC5 ABS CABLE MANAGEMENT Remote Controller, COMPLEX PP79A 32/37/42LB5RT-TB ,42/50/60PB4RT-TB H4 ANALOG PVR R/C Cover, MOLD ABS BATTERY TN-50PY20 ABS 6710V00142

FILTERs & INDUCTORs

F1 F2 L100 L101 L102 L103 L104 L105 L106 L108 L1101 L1102 L1104 L1105 L1106 L1107 L1108 L1109 L1205 L1206 L1207 L1208 L1211 L1212 L1215 L1223 L1301 L1302 L1303 L1309 L1310 L1311 L1312 L1313 L1314 L1315 L1401 L1403 L1503 L1506 L1507 L1600 L1601 L1900 L1901 L1902 L1903 L1904 6210VH0004A 6210VH0004A 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001L 6210TCE001L 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001P 6210TCE001P 6210TCE001P 6210TCE001P 6210TCE001P 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001Z 6210TCE001Z 6210TCE001Z 6210TCE001L 6210TCE001L 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001S 6210TCE001S 6210TCE001S 6210TCE001S 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G 6210TCE001G Filter, 6210VH0004A 100OHM 30MM 13MM 34MM Filter, 6210VH0004A 100OHM 30MM 13MM 34MM Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HB-1T2012-102JT 1000OHM 2X1.25X1M Filter, HB-1T2012-102JT 1000OHM 2X1.25X1M Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HB-1S2012-121JT(H:1mm) 120OHM 2X1 Filter, HB-1S2012-121JT(H:1mm) 120OHM 2X1 Filter, HB-1S2012-121JT(H:1mm) 120OHM 2X1 Filter, HB-1S2012-121JT(H:1mm) 120OHM 2X1 Filter, HB-1S2012-121JT(H:1mm) 120OHM 2X1 Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M2012-600JT 60OHM 2X1.25X1MM Filter, HH-1M2012-600JT 60OHM 2X1.25X1MM Filter, HH-1M2012-600JT 60OHM 2X1.25X1MM Filter, HB-1T2012-102JT 1000OHM 2X1.25X1M Filter, HB-1T2012-102JT 1000OHM 2X1.25X1M Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HU-1M2012-121 120OHM 2X1.25X1MM S Filter, HU-1M2012-121 120OHM 2X1.25X1MM S Filter, HU-1M2012-121 120OHM 2X1.25X1MM S Filter, HU-1M2012-121 120OHM 2X1.25X1MM S Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1. Filter, HH-1M3216-501JT 500OHM 3.2X1.6X1.

 

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