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LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD

LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
SAFETY PRECAUTION Service Manual

IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION


Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all safety checks and the
servicing guidelines which follow:

„WARNING All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug connection
reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized adaptor plug must be used
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be only for the purpose of completing these checks.)
attempted.
Any reading of 0.74 Vrms (this corresponds to 0.5 mA rms AC.) or
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing. more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which
must be corrected before returning the monitor to the owner.
„BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire &
Shock Hazard)
Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following
safety checks: DVM
3. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched, AC SCALE
and check that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and
other metal parts in the receiver. 1.5k ohm
10W
4. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs,
insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment
covers or shields, isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical
insulators, etc.
5. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current in 0.15 µF
the following manner. TEST PROBE
• Plug the AC cord directly into a 110-240 volt AC outlet.
• Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paral-
leled by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet
parts and a known earth ground, such as electrical conduit or elec-
trical ground connected to an earth ground. TO EXPOSED CONNECT TO
METAL PARTS KNOWN EARTH
• Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt, or higher, sen- GROUND
sitivity or measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.
• Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a
return to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, knobs
and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage
drop across the resistor.
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SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD colour television have For continued protection, replacement parts must be identical to those
special safety-related characteristics. used in the original circuit.
These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection, nor The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not have the same
can protection afforded by them be necessarily increased by using safety characteristics as the factory recommended replacement parts
replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. shown in this service manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.
Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are
identified in this manual; electrical components having such features
are identified by " " and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts List
and Schematic Diagrams.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER

„Employing lead-free solder


• “PWBs” of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF symbol indicates lead-free solder, and is attached on the PWBs and service manuals. The
alphabetical character following LF shows the type of lead-free solder.
Example:

Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper. Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.

„Using lead-free wire solder


• When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder, apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional lead wire solder may cause dam-
age or accident due to cracks.
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher than the lead wire solder by 40 °C, we recommend you to use a dedicated soldering
bit, if you are not familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or soldering bit, contact our service station or service branch in your area.

„Soldering
• As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is about 220 °C which is higher than the conventional lead solder by 40 °C, and as it has poor
solder wettability, you may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the PWB for extended period of time. However, Since the land may be
peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance temperature of parts may be exceeded, remove the bit from the PWB as soon as you confirm the
steady soldering condition.
Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to turn on and off the power of the bit as
required.
If a different type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after every use of it.
When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper.

• Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.
Lead-free wire solder for servicing

PRICE PART
PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK DELIVERY
ZHNDAi123250E BL J φ0.3mm 250g (1roll)
ZHNDAi126500E BK J φ0.6mm 500g (1roll)
ZHNDAi12801KE BM J φ1.0mm 1kg (1roll)

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LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
SPECIFICATIONS Service Manual

SPECIFICATIONS

Model
LC-32D30M-BK/ LC-32D30M-RD/ LC-32D30M-WH
Item
LCD panel 32" (800 mm) Advanced Super View & BLACK TFT LCD
Resolution 1,049,088 pixels (1366 768)
Video Colour System PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC 4.43/PAL 60
TV TV-Standard PAL: B/G, D/K, I SECAM: B/G, D/K, K/K 1 NTSC: M
Function
Receiving VHF/UHF 44.25 — 863.25 MHz
Channel
CATV S1— S41ch (including Hyperband)
TV-Tuning System Auto Preset 99 ch
STEREO/BILINGUAL NICAM: B/G, I, D/K A2 stereo: B/G
Brightness 450 cd/m 2 (at AV MODE Dynamic Position)
Viewing angles H : 176º V : 176º
Audio amplifier 10W 2
Speakers 10 4 cm 2pcs
Terminals Rear Antenna input UHF/VHF 75 DIN type
INPUT 1 VIDEO in, AUDIO in,
COMPONENT in (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz)
INPUT 2 VIDEO in, AUDIO in,
COMPONENT in (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz)
INPUT 3 S-VIDEO in, VIDEO in, AUDIO in
INPUT 4 HDMI (HDMI input) (480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz), AUDIO in
(Ø 3.5 mm jack)
INPUT 5 HDMI (HDMI input) (480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz)
INPUT 6 (PC input) 15 pin mini D-sub, AUDIO in (Ø 3.5 mm jack)
MONITOR OUT VIDEO out, AUDIO out
RS-232C 9 pin D-sub male connector
OSD language English/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/Arabic
Power Requirement AC 110— 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption 133 W (0.7 W Standby)
without stand 12.5 kg
Weight
with stand 14.5 kg
Operating Temperature 0°C — 40°C

As a part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product
improvement without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There
may be some deviations from these values in individual units.

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CHAPTER 1. OPERATION MANUAL
LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
Service Manual

[1] OPERATION MANUAL

Preparation
Part names

TV (Front)

TV/VIDEO button

Channel up ( )/down ( ) buttons MENU button


Volume up ( )/down ( ) buttons POWER (On/Off) button

Remote control sensor OPC indicator


OPC sensor SLEEP timer indicator

POWER indicator

The illustrations and on-screen displays in this operation manual are for explanation purposes and may vary slightly from the
actual operations.
The illustrations used throughout this manual are based on LC-32D30M.

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Preparation

TV (Rear)

AC INPUT terminal

INPUT 3 terminals

Headphone jack

INPUT 5 (HDMI) terminal


INPUT 4 (HDMI) terminals

RS-232C terminal INPUT 6 (PC) terminals

INPUT 1 terminals

MONITOR OUTPUT
terminals
Antenna input terminal

INPUT 2 terminals

Regarding the headphone jack


Use headphones with a stereo mini plug (Ø 3.5 mm). Volume display when headphones are plugged in
Be sure to unplug headphones from the jack when they are not
in use.
The speakers do not output volume when headphones are
plugged in.
The "Audio" menu cannot be operated when headphones are 20
plugged in.
You can set the volume to different levels for each input source.

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Preparation

Remote control unit


7 VOL /VOL
Set the volume.
8 (Mute)
Mute the sound.
1 15 9 P&P
Set the split-screen picture mode. Press P&P again to
return to normal view.
10 FREEZE
Freeze a motion picture on the screen.
2 11 EXIT
Return to the default screen.
12 WIDE
Change the wide image mode.
3 16 13 PC
Directly select the INPUT 6 terminal.
14 AQUOS LINK buttons
4 17 If external equipment such as a AQUOS BD Player
is connected via HDMI cables and is AQUOS LINK
5 18 compatible, you can use these AQUOS LINK buttons.
6 19 15 (TELETEXT)
Select the TELETEXT mode. (all TV image, all TEXT
7 20 image, TV/TEXT image)
8 21 (Reveal hidden for TELETEXT)
TELETEXT mode: Display hidden characters.
9 22
(SUBTITLE for TELETEXT)
10 23 To turn the subtitles on and off.
(Hold)
24 TELETEXT mode: Stop updating Teletext pages
automatically. Press again to release the hold mode.
11 25 (Subpage)
Display the Teletext subpage directly.
26 (Top/Bottom/Full)
TELETEXT mode: Set the area of magnification.

12 16 TV/VIDEO (INPUT SOURCE)


13 Select an input source. (TV, INPUT 1, INPUT 2, INPUT 3,
INPUT 4, INPUT 5, INPUT 6 (PC))

17 OPC
14 To switch the Optical Picture Control on and off.

18 AV MODE
Select an audio and video setting: AV MODE (STANDARD,
MOVIE, GAME, PC, USER, DYNAMIC (FIXED), DYNAMIC),
PC MODE (STANDARD, PC, USER).
19 DISPLAY
Display the channel or input information.
20 CH /CH
TV input mode: Select the channel.
TELETEXT mode: Select the page.
21 SLEEP
Set the Sleep timer.
1 POWER (STANDBY/ON) 22 SELECT
To switch the power on and off. To select either screen to be active in split-screen mode.
2 0 _9
Set the channel. 23 MENU
TELETEXT mode: Set the page. Display the menu screen.
3 (Flashback)
24 / / / (Cursor)
Press to return to the previous selected channel or
Select a desired item on the setting screen.
external input mode.
ENTER
4 IN 4 (HDMI) Execute a command.
Directly select the INPUT 4 terminal.
25 RETURN
5 IN 5 (HDMI) MENU mode: Return to the previous menu screen.
Directly select the INPUT 5 terminal.
6 MPX 26 Colour (Red/Green/Yellow/Blue)
Select the sound multiplex mode. TELETEXT mode: Select a page.

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Preparation

Remote control unit


7 VOL /VOL
Set the volume.
8 (Mute)
Mute the sound.
1 15 9 P&P
Set the split-screen picture mode. Press P&P again to
return to normal view.
10 FREEZE
Freeze a motion picture on the screen.
2 11 EXIT
Return to the default screen.
12 WIDE
Change the wide image mode.
3 16 13 PC
Directly select the INPUT 6 terminal.
14 AQUOS LINK buttons
4 17 If external equipment such as a AQUOS BD Player
is connected via HDMI cables and is AQUOS LINK
5 18 compatible, you can use these AQUOS LINK buttons.
6 19 15 (TELETEXT)
Select the TELETEXT mode. (all TV image, all TEXT
7 20 image, TV/TEXT image)
8 21 (Reveal hidden for TELETEXT)
TELETEXT mode: Display hidden characters.
9 22
(SUBTITLE for TELETEXT)
10 23 To turn the subtitles on and off.
(Hold)
24 TELETEXT mode: Stop updating Teletext pages
automatically. Press again to release the hold mode.
11 25 (Subpage)
Display the Teletext subpage directly.
26 (Top/Bottom/Full)
TELETEXT mode: Set the area of magnification.

12 16 TV/VIDEO (INPUT SOURCE)


13 Select an input source. (TV, INPUT 1, INPUT 2, INPUT 3,
INPUT 4, INPUT 5, INPUT 6 (PC))

17 OPC
14 To switch the Optical Picture Control on and off.

18 AV MODE
Select an audio and video setting: AV MODE (STANDARD,
MOVIE, GAME, PC, USER, DYNAMIC (FIXED), DYNAMIC),
PC MODE (STANDARD, PC, USER).
19 DISPLAY
Display the channel or input information.
20 CH /CH
TV input mode: Select the channel.
TELETEXT mode: Select the page.
21 SLEEP
Set the Sleep timer.
1 POWER (STANDBY/ON) 22 SELECT
To switch the power on and off. To select either screen to be active in split-screen mode.
2 0 _9
Set the channel. 23 MENU
TELETEXT mode: Set the page. Display the menu screen.
3 (Flashback)
24 / / / (Cursor)
Press to return to the previous selected channel or
Select a desired item on the setting screen.
external input mode.
ENTER
4 IN 4 (HDMI) Execute a command.
Directly select the INPUT 4 terminal.
25 RETURN
5 IN 5 (HDMI) MENU mode: Return to the previous menu screen.
Directly select the INPUT 5 terminal.
6 MPX 26 Colour (Red/Green/Yellow/Blue)
Select the sound multiplex mode. TELETEXT mode: Select a page.

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CHAPTER 2. DIMENSIONS
LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
Service Manual

[1] DIMENSIONS

306.7 Unit: mm

410

785.4 74.8 108.6


95.1

699.3
543.6

393.85
607

363
240.9

200
110
200

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CHAPTER 3. REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS
LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
Service Manual

[1] REMOVING OF MAJOR PARTS


1. Remove the 3 Boss Caps [1].
2. Remove the Stand Hinge Cover [2].
3. Remove the 4 lock screws [3] and detach the Stand.
4. Remove the 2 lock screws [4], 2 lock screws [5], 9 lock screws [6] and detach the Rear Cabinet.

Rear Cabinet

6 Front Cabinet
Boss Cap

2
Stand Hinge Cover 3

Stand

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5. Remove the 3 lock screws [7], 8 lock screws [8] and detach the Stand Angle.

8
Stand Angle

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6. Disconnect all connectors from all the PWBs [9].
7. Remove the Speaker-L/R [10].
8. Remove the 2 lock screws [11] and detach the R/C, LED Unit.
9. Remove the Top Cover Ass'y [12]. Remove the 1 lock screw [13] and detach the KEY Unit from the Top Cover.
10.Remove the 2 lock screws [14] and detach the Mini AV Unit Ass'y.
11.Remove the 2 lock screws [15] and detach the Mini AV Cover, Mini AV Unit from the Mini AV Angle.

12
Top Cover
Power Button
Operation Button
9 KM

KEY Unit 13
15
9
14
VD
LB

FFC FFC PD

9
Mini AV Unit KM LB
VD
9
SP
Mini AV Cover PD

RA
Mini AV Angle

9 RA

R/C, LED Unit

11
10
10
Speaker-R Speaker-L

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12.Remove the 4 lock screws [16], 2 lock screws [17] and detach the MAIN Unit.
13.Remove the 4 lock screws [18] and detach the INVERTER/POWER Unit.

17 16
MAIN Unit
18
INVERTER/POWER Unit

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14.Remove the 2 lock screws [19], 2 lock screws [20], 8 lock screws [21] and detach the Center Angle-L/R.
15.Remove the 4 lock screws [22] and detach the LCD Angle-A/B.
16.Detach the LCD Panel Module.

20 20
21 21
Center Angle-R Center Angle-L
19
19

22 22

LCD Angle-A LCD Angle-B

LCD Angle-B LCD Angle-A

22 22

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CHAPTER 4. ADJUSTMENT
LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
Service Manual

[1] ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE


The adjustment values are set to their optimum at the factory before shipping. If by any chance a value should become improper or a readjustment is
required due to part replacement, make an adjustment according to the following procedure.
Before adjustment, perform aging for approx. 60 minutes to stabilize the unit.

1. Entering the adjustment process mode


There are 3 ways as follows:
• After power-on, press “ADJUSTMENT PROCESS” key of the remote control.
• With the KEY 4 (pin E1 of IC801) set to “L”, turn the power ON.
• During servicing

While holding down the TV/VIDEO and Volume DOWN keys at the same time, set the Power switch to ON. (“K” standing for inspection process
mode is displayed in the upper left portion of the screen.) → Press the Channel DOWN and Volume DOWN keys at the same time. (The adjust-
ment process mode screen appears.)
To cancel it, turn off the power using the Power switch or remote control.

2. Key operation in the adjustment process mode


1. Basic operations
• Tune in to a station using the Channel UP/DOWN keys.
• Switch the input using the TV/VIDEO key.

• Select an item to adjust using the Cursor / keys. (Pressing the Cursor key while at the bottom item moves to the top item on the next
page, and pressing the Cursor key while at the top item moves to the bottom item on the previous page.)

• Adjust the item selected using the Volume +/– or Cursor / keys.
• Press the Menu key to move to the next item. (Pressing the Menu key while at the bottom item moves to the top item on the next page.)
2. Layer movement
• Pressing the ENTER key while at an item other than I2C DATA and HOTEL POWERFIX on page 2 moves to the setting page of that item
name.
• Press the Flashback key to exit each setting page.
3. Adjustment procedure for RGTAR, GGTAR and BGTAR items on pages 3, 4, and 5 of the DVP layer

• At RGTAR, GGTAR, and BGTAR on pages 3, 4, and 5; pressing the Volume UP/DOWN or the Cursor / keys moves left or right.
Select an item to adjust, and press the ENTER key.

As the Cursor moves to the corresponding right field, make adjustments using the Volume UP/DOWN or the Cursor / keys. Pressing the
ENTER key at the right field moves back. Pressing the Cursor / keys, the Menu key, etc. moves to a different item.

3. Initialization
3.1. Pull down the pin E1 & F3 of IC2001 to GND, then turn on the power.

3.2. Check MODEL (A654MA).

3.3. Inch Size Setting


1. Enter Adjustment process Mode

2. Press volume down and channel up simultaneously. This will bring cursor ' ' to 'INCH SIZE'.
3. To set inch size '32', press '1' on remote control. This will change 'INCH SIZE' to purple colour for 25sec.

4. Cursor ' ' then will go up to 'MODEL'. If yellow highlight is still remain at 'INCH SIZE', process inch size setting is NG. Check the hardware inch
size selection.

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(Screen of adjustment process menu page 1)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
0 1
1 M O D E L A 6 5 4 M A
2 B 8 8 6 A H 0 0 4 - 0
3 I N C H S
I Z E 3 2
4 E R R O R N O R E S E T 0
5 P U B L I C M O D E O F F
6 E X T C O N T R O L O F F
7 P O W E R O N E R R O R C A U S E 0
8 N O R M A L S T A N D B Y C A U S E 1
9 E R R O R S T A N D B Y C A U S E
10 1) 0 2) 0 3) 0
11 0 H 0 M 0 H 0 M 0 H 0 M
12 4) 0 5) 0
13 0 H 0 M 0 H 0 M

4. Adjusting the LCD panel


When replacing the LCD control PCB, follow these steps to adjust VCOM.
1. Enter the adjustment process mode.

2. Select the item [VCOM ADJ] using the Cursor ( / / / ) or CH ( / ) keys on the remote controller.
3. Press the ENTER key to check that the adjustment pattern is displayed.

4. Adjust the flicker in the middle of the screen to minimum using the Cursor ( / ) or CH ( / ) or VOL (+)/(-) keys on the remote controller.
5. Press the ENTER key to turn off the pattern.
6. To exit the adjustment process mode after the adjustment is done, unplug the AC cord from the outlet to make a forced shutdown. (When the
power was turned off with the remote controller, once unplug the AC cord and plug it again. In this case, wait 10 seconds or so before plugging.)
CAUTION: Use due care in handling the information described here lest your users should know how to enter the adjustment process mode.If the set-
tings are tampered in this mode, unrecoverable system damage may result.

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5. Adjustment
5.1. AD converter level adjustment
1. 1080i input

Adjustment Conditions Adjustment Procedure


1) 1080i 75% colour bar signal input 1) Set AUTO GAIN-OFFSET on page 3 (M2-HD) of the adjustment pro-
Used device name: LEADER LT448 cess DVP hierarchy to ON.
Signal name: COLOUR BAR
* Use the LT-446-compatible third one of three colour bars.
Setting value: 02: 1080i/59.94 (30 sF)
H: 33.72 kHz, V: 29.97 Hz

2. 480i input

Adjustment Conditions Adjustment Procedure


1) 480i 75% colour bar signal input 1) Set AUTO GAIN-OFFSET on page 4 (M2-SD) of the adjustment pro-
Used device name: LEADER LT448 cess DVP hierarchy to ON.
Signal name: COLOUR BAR
* Use the LT-446-compatible third one of three colour bars.
Setting value: 15: 480i/60
H: 15.73 kHz, V: 29.97 Hz

3. PC XGA input

Adjustment Conditions Adjustment Procedure


1) XGA 75% colour bar signal input (RGB) 1) Set AUTO GAIN-OFFSET on page 5 (M2-PC) of the adjustment pro-
Used device name: LEADER LT448 cess DVP hierarchy to ON.
Signal name: COLOUR BAR “SATURATION 75%”
* Use one of two colour bars where SATURATION can be changed.
Setting value: 28: XGA
H: 48.36 kHz, V: 60.00 Hz
Be sure to set the SYNC setting to OFF.

* If all the items are set to ON, “RUN” is displayed during adjustment.

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5.2. TAMP adjustment

Adjustment Conditions Adjustment Procedure


1) Receive the PAL standard colour bar signal. 1) If the maximum value of “PAL TAMP1” on page 1 of adjustment pro-
cess DVP hierarchy is not in the range of values in the list below,
adjust “PAL TAMP1” on the same page so that the maximum value of
“Y” is in the range of values in the list below.
* Note that the setting value may vary by model.
2) When pressing the TAMP1 direct keys, adjustment of “PAL TAMP1”
is complete.
Then, The values of “NTSC TAMP1” and “SECAM TAMP1” are auto-
matically set.
(NTSC: Value of PAL –7, SECAM: The same value as PAL)

MODEL LC-32D30M
Setting value 101 ~ 105

Reference
(Screen of page 1 of adjustment process menu DVP)

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㪈㪉㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷
㪈㪊㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷
㪈㪋㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷
㪈㪌㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷 㩷

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5.3. White balance adjustment
1. Place the luminance meter at the centre of the LCD screen
2. Set the LCD TV as below.

AV MODE : [STANDARD]
Backlight : +16(MAX)
Aging Time : Minimum 60 minutes

3. Adjustment Test Signal

[ Input Signal ] Display the WB built in test signal of RGB1 & RGB2 on the screen by using the remote control
code.(Key1 for RGB1, Key2 for RGB2)
[ Adjust Value ] Page 2-2 of adjustment process menu DVP : RGB 1 , RGB 2

✩Teaching set send by engineering dept is set as reference


4. Reference values for adjustment reference
( Equipment : Luminance meter [Minolta CA-210] )

Adjustment spec Inspection spec


RGB1 x = 0.261 ±0.004 ±0.01 radius from the center point
y = 0.277 ±0.004 ±0.01 radius from the center point

RGB2 x = 0.261 ±0.004 ±0.01 radius from the center point


y = 0.277 ±0.004 ±0.01 radius from the center point

*Initial value at RGB1 point : 800 ( G1 is fixed to 800 )


*Initial value at RGB2 point : 160 ( G2 is fixed to 160 )

Ref. : For inspection, set the LCD TV as below.

AV MODE : [DYNAMIC]
Backlight : +16(MAX)
Aging Time : Minimum 60 minutes

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5.4. STANDBY CAUSE FUNCTIONS
This model is equipped with a STANDBY CAUSE FUNCTIONS which stores the cause of why the unit is turned off and displays it on adjustment pro-
cess mode.
1. NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE
ERROR CODE here indicates cause of standby in normal operation or Function of the Unit.
No display when the unit is turned off with R/C.
Only the latest cause is indicated.
2. ERROR STANDBY CAUSE
ERROR CODE here indicates cause of Error in the unit.
It also indicates accumulated operating times of the unit.
The last five histories are displayed.
1)-5) five histories 5) is the latest.
When there is no error, error code is ‘0’ and no characters appear.
3. POWER ON ERROR CAUSE
ERROR CODE here indicates cause of Error when power on the unit.
When there is no error, error code is ‘0’.
• NORMAL STANDBY CAUSE
Display Code Description
1 in the cause of “Main Power switch off”
3 in the cause of “no signal off”
4 in the cause of “no operation off”
5 in the cause of “Power management (Mode 1) off”
6 in the cause of “Power management (Mode 2) off”
7 in the cause of “SLEEP timer”
8 in the cause of “off by CEC”

• ERROR STANDBY CAUSE


Display Code Description
3 in the cause of abnormal temperature

• POWER ON ERROR CAUSE


Display Code Description
12 DVP15 IN Terminal Error
13 Power IN Terminal Error
30 TASS Error
31 Audio Multiplex Decoder Error
32 TAS-FIRM-DONE Terminal Error
40 Tuner Error
41 AV SW IC Error
42 HDMI IC Error

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6. MCL setting procedure
1. “MCL” is displayed in the upper left portion of the screen as shown in the figure below by sending the MCL key of the remote control for adjust-
ment.

㪤㪚㪣㩷

2. When the screen disappears after a few seconds and appears again, MCL setting is completed.

7. Factory setting
7.1. Performing the factory setting using the remote control for adjustment
1. Perform the factory setting using the remote control for adjustment. (This setting must be done after the MCL data setting.)
2. “M” stands for factory setting 2, “X” stands for factory setting 4 is displayed in the upper left portion of the screen by continuing to press the ‘Fac-
tory Setting’ key on the remote control for adjustment. (The figure below is the screen for factory setting 4.)

㪯㩷

3. When “SETTING COMPLETE” is displayed in the middle of the screen after a few seconds, setting is completed.

㪯㩷

㪪㪜㪫㪫㪠㪥㪞㩷㪚㪦㪤㪧㪣㪜㪫㪜㩷

Model name Key name Remote control code Setting S-SYSTEM Set OSD language
LC-32D30M Factory setting 2 100000001010110 B/G ENGLISH

4. Turn off the power.


NOTE: Set the Power switch to “OFF” immediately after completing the factory setting.
CAUTION: Do not plug on again after shipment setting is done. If do, please re-do the shipment setting. Do not power off with remote control.

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[2] PUBLIC MODE SETTING PROCEDURE
1. How to start Public Mode
• There are the following two ways to get the public mode setup screen displayed.

1) Press the “INPUT” and “VOL (+)” keys on the set at once and turn on the power.
2) Get the password input screen displayed.
Procedure
• The input starts with the leftmost digit.
• Use the numeric keys [1] thru [9] and [10/0] keys on the remote controller.
The other keys are not acceptable.
• With a numeric-key input, “–” will change to “ ”. The input position will move one digit to the right.
• With all the 3 digits entered, the password will be verified.

3) The 3-digit password is now verified.


The password [0] [2] [7] provides for the public mode screen. (This screen comes on with whatever adjustment process settings.)
With any other passwords, the screen changes to the normal mode.

In the adjustment process mode, turn on “PUBLIC MODE”. Also press the “CH ( )” and “VOL (+)” keys on the set at once and turn on the power.

2. How to exit Public Mode


There are the following ways to quit the public mode setup screen.
• Turn off “PUBLIC MODE” in the adjustment process mode. ( ) ← This way alone is not for quitting the setup screen, but for quitting the mode
itself.
• Turn off the power with the “POWER” key. ( )
• Select “ENTER”. ( )
• Move the cursor to “RESET” and press the “FLASHBACK” key. (Back to the normal mode screen) ( )

••• “PUBLIC MODE” stays on in the adjustment process mode.


••• The settings will be back to the factory ones.

3. Public Mode Setting Values


• With the factory settings made, the public mode settings get initialized. (The adjustment process remains intact.)

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4. Public Mode Menu
The guidance is not displayed onscreen.
Setup procedure
• To move the cursor up and down, use the “cursor UP/DOWN” key (remote controller) and “CH ( )/( )” key (remote controller and set).
• To change the settings, use the “cursor RIGHT/LEFT” key (remote controller) and “VOL (+)/(–)” key (remote controller and set).
• To save new settings, keep the cursor at “Enter” and use the “cursor RIGHT/LEFT” key (remote controller) and “VOL (+)/(–)” key (remote controller
and set).

Public mode
Power on fixed [Variable ]
Maximum volume [ 60]
Volume fixed [Variable ]
Volume fixed level [ 20]
RC button [Respond ]
Panel button [Respond ]
Menu button [Respond ]
On screen display [Yes ]
Input mode start [Normal ]
Input mode fixed [Variable ]
232C Powon [Disable ]
RC path through [Off ]
Reset
Enter

5. On Setting Items
1. POWER ON FIXED

Selection Variable/Fixed
Default Variable
Explanation When set to “Fixed”, the power cannot be turned off with the power key on the remote control or main unit, and the image
reception state is kept (it does not enter the standby state).
The power can be turned off by shutting off power supply from AC.
Limit in setting • Power key on the main unit/remote control power supply key
• OFF timer/ON timer
Exception None
Remarks • Selection of “FIXED” assumes use of STB, etc.
• When set to “Variable”, if the main power switch is set to off, the power is turned off after a wait of 1 second.
(Push-push switch only)
• Display ON/OFF in the hotel menu is controlled by the adjustment process “HOTEL POWERFIX”.
• When the power button is operated, a caution is displayed (it times out in 5 seconds).
(For the caution, refer to the power on fixed message sheet.)
* The caution is not displayed when in the adjustment process, hotel menu, default setting, MCL operation and auto preset
(Ch search operation).
The OSD display including the menu and this caution have priority over all others.
When “OSD display” (described below) is set to “Variable”, this caution is displayed as a special case.

2. MAXIMUM VOLUME

Selection Adjustment from 1 to 60 (no loop)


Default 60
Explanation Sound volume can not be adjusted higher than the preset value.
Limit in setting • When the sound volume is set lower than 59, only figures are displayed and the sound volume bar is not displayed.
• The maximum sound volume for ON-timer (Wake up timer) is limited also to the preset value.
Exception • In the item “VOLUME” of adjustment process, the sound volume can be set freely irrespective of this setting.
Remarks • Setting is valid only for the speakers of the unit. (As for the headphone, the sound volume can be set up to 60 irrespective
of the limit.)
• In line output (sound volume variable), the sound volume can be adjusted from -60 to 0 irrespective of pre-adjusted value.
• When the sound volume is set higher than the MAX setting by the adjusting process or headphone, the sound volume con-
trol operation is prohibited for turn-up and the sound volume should be turned down to MAX in this state.

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3. VOLUME FIXED

Selection Selection between “Variable” and “Fixed” (loop provided)


Default Variable
Explanation Sound volume is fixed and made invariable.
Limit in setting • The sound volume for the ON-timer (Wake up timer) is fixed also without display of menu. Besides, the setting is made
impossible. (Basically, the menu is not displayed.)
• The following keys become invalid:
1) Sound volume Up/Down (VOL +/-) [for both remote control and the unit]
2) Mute (MUTE)
Exception • In the item “VOLUME” of adjustment process, the sound volume can be set freely irrespective of this setting.
Remarks • In “Variable” setting, the sound volume had been conventionally set at 1 but this operation has been abolished (and follows
the last memory).
• The sound volume for the ON-time is not set at 1 either and the sound volume set value of the ON-timer before executing
the hotel mode is held.
• Setting is valid only for the speakers of the unit. (As for the headphone, the sound volume can be set up to 60 irrespective
of the limit.)
• In line output (sound volume variable), the sound volume can be adjusted from -60 to 0 irrespective of pre-adjusted value.
• As for sound volume fixing and sound volume MAX level, the sound volume fixing has priority.
• Once the sound volume has been changed by adjustment process or headphone, it should be set back to the sound volume
preset by sound volume fixing level when the adjustment process ends or when the headphone is removed.

4. VOLUME FIXED LEVEL

Selection Adjustment from 1 to 60 (no loop)


Default 20
Explanation The sound volume to be fixed by “Volume fixed” is determined.
Limit in setting None
Exception None
Remarks Setting is valid only when “Volume fixed” is selected for “fixed”.
This must be confirmed actually by changing also the sound volume in accordance with setting.

5. R/C BUTTON

Selection Selection between “Respond”, “Limited” and “No respond” (loop provide)
Default Respond
Explanation Keys acceptable by remote control are limited or reception of keys can be prohibited.
Limit in setting 1) In “limited” setting, only power ON/OFF, sound volume , tuning and BACKLIGHT (brightness sensor) are
accepted.
2) In “No respond” setting, all the keys (including the power key) are not accepted.
Exception • Adjustment process, factory setting, inspection process and hotel only keys are valid irrespective of setting.
• All the keys can be used in adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu irrespective of setting.
Remarks

6. PANEL BUTTON

Selection Selection between “Respond” and “No respond” (loop provide)


Default Respond
Explanation All the operations by keys (except the power key) of the unit can be invalidated.
Limit in setting
Exception • Inspection mode and hotel menu mode can be started irrespective of setting.
• All the keys can be used in adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu irrespective of setting.
Remarks

7. MENU BUTTON

Selection Selection between “Respond” and “No respond” (loop provide)


Default Respond
Explanation In “No respond” setting, the menu operation by the menu key of the remote control and the menu key of the unit are invali-
dated.
Limit in setting • ON-timer (Wakeup Timer) is turned OFF.
• The following keys become invalid.
Wake-up timer and clock setting keys and all of the direct change keys to menu display
Exception • Inspection mode and hotel menu mode can be started irrespective of setting.
• All the keys can be used in adjustment process, inspection mode and hotel menu irrespective of setting.
Remarks

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8. ON SCREEN DISPLAY

Selection Selection between “Yes”, “Limited” (loop provide)


Default Yes
Explanation The following OSD displays are made ineffective.
Displays of menu group, channel call, sound volume bar and direct key call
Limit in setting • Set time of the OFF-timer (SLEEP TIMER) is cleared.
• Setting of the no-signal power-OFF (AUTO POWER OFF) is cleared to “OFF”.
• Setting of the no-operation power-OFF is cleared to “OFF”.
• Keys falling under any of the following items become invalid.
1) Appearance of screen changes and the sound changes.
2) Personal functions which are hard to restore.
Ex.) Screen display, menu, OFF-timer, ON-timer, AV MODE, screen size switching, clock setting, treble emphasis, AUDIO
ONLY, sound changeover, LANGUAGE, CLOSED CAPTION
Others • Simple input switching is generated. Those which are restored soon after leaving as they are and may be requested for
change by customer are not prohibited.
Ex.) Brightness sensor (BACKLIGHT) and PIC. FLIP
Exception • Such a caution which is displayed independently is displayed as it is.
Non-responding signal caution, TELETEXT caution and power-ON fixing caution

9. INPUT MODE START

Selection Selection between “Normal”, “TV (CH~)” “INPUT1~5”, “PC” (loop provide)
Default Normal
Explanation In power-ON, the input source to be started or channel can be set.
(In standard mode, the operation follows the last memory.)
About options • All the input sources in the model are made selectable.
• When the input/output switchable input source is selected and the input source is set to output, the setting of input/output
switching is changed to input at the execution of hotel menu. In addition, the input/output switching by menu is prohibited.
• In TV mode, the display of all channels is stopped and it is treated as an input source. At this time, the channel to be set fol-
lows the last memory and the content of the last memory is included in the notation by options. Ex.) TV (CH2), TV (CH4)
etc.
• The order of appearance of options in the hotel menu should agree with the order of toggles by input switching key.
Limit in setting • The display of channel setting menu and the channel setting operation are prohibited (except for MCL).
Exception None
Remarks • In setting at “Normal”, the setting of “Input mode fixed” is changed to “Variable” and selection should be prohibited.

10.INPUT MODE FIXED

Selection Selection between “Variable” and “Fixed” (loop provide)


Default – (Variable)
Explanation The input mode is fixed at the input source or the channel set at the “Input mode start” in 9 and other input sources and chan-
nels can be made non-selectable.
Limit in setting • With the execution of hotel mode, the input source is forced to change to that set by “Input mode start” and the channel
switching and input switching are prohibited thereafter.
• The following keys are invalidated.
CH , direct tuning button, FLASHBACK, input
*However, the keys (input switching and CH keys) of the unit for menu operation remain valid.
Exception None
Remarks • In the following case, setting is cancelled and mode is changed to “Variable”.
When the setting of “Input mode start” is set to “Standard (Normal)”

11.232C POWON

Selection “Enable” and “Disable”


Default Disable
Explanation When in the standby state, power ON by the RS-232C command is enabled or disabled.
Limit in setting None
Exception None
Remarks It is irrelevant to power OFF by the RS-232C command.

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12.RC PATH THROUGH

Selection “Off”, “On: TV RCE”, “On: TV RCD”


Default Off
Explanation Remote control signal output from the pin 9 of the RS-232C terminal and signal reception by is enabled or disabled.
When set to “ON: TV RCE”, TV also receives signals. With “ON: TV RCD”, the remote control signal is output from the pin 9,
but TV does not respond to the remote control.
Limit in setting When set to “ON: TV RCD”, TV does not accept the remote control.
Exception None
Remarks RS-232C power ON command “POWR1_ _ _ ”

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CHAPTER 5. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
LC-32D30M-BK/WH/RD
Service Manual

[1] TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE


No power (front LED failure to light up) or no startup (front LED failure to turn from red to green)

Is the AC cord connector tightly connected to the set? NO Reconnect the AC cord tightly and turn on the power again.

YES
Is the output voltage at pin (5) of P2801 (BU+5V line) as speci- NO Replace the power unit
fied? 32 inch (RUNTKA419WJQZ)

YES
Are the wire harnesses and other cables properly connected in NO Reconnect the wire harnesses and other cables properly in the
the set? set.

YES
Is there the PS ON and signal input at pin (10) of P2801 (PS ON NO Check the PS ON signal line.
line)?

YES
Is the output voltage of each pin on P2801 as prescribed? NO Replace the power unit
Pin 1, 2, 3 and 4 13V 32 inch (RUNTKA419WJQZ)
Pins 11 5V

YES
Are the DC/DC converter outputs and the output voltages along NO Check the DC/DC converters and the control lines. Replace
the control lines as specified? defective parts as required.

1) 5V (IC2803 etc.)
2) 4V (IC2804 etc.)
3) 3.3V (IC2804 etc.)
4) 9V (IC2801 etc.)

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With <Video> signal input No video on screen (1)

No external input video on screen <INPUT 1>

Is INPUT 1 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT 1 on the input select menu screen to pick up the
right input signal.

YES
Is there the video signal input at pin (6) of IC3409 (AV SWITCH)? NO Check the line between pin (12) of J3404 and pin (6) of IC3409.

YES
<Video signal> Is there the video signal output at pin (16) of NO Check IC3409 and its peripheral circuits.
IC3409?

YES
<Video signal> Is there the video signal input at U2 pin of IC801? NO <Video signal> Check its peripheral circuits.

YES
Are signals output from the pins P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
U22, U23, V22, V23, W22 and W23 of IC801 normally?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their periph-
eral circuits.

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With <Video> signal input No video on screen (2)

No external input video on screen <INPUT 2>

Is INPUT 2 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT 2 on the input select menu screen to pick up the
right input signal.

YES
Is there the video signal input at pin (56) of IC3409 NO Check the line between pin (12) of J3403 and pin (56) of IC3409.
(AV SWITCH)?

YES
<Video signal> Is there the video signal output at pin (16) of NO Check IC3409 and its peripheral circuits.
IC3409?

YES
<Video signal> Is there the video signal input at U2 pin of IC801? NO <Video signal> Check its peripheral circuits.

YES
Are signals output from the pins P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
U22, U23, V22, V23, W22 and W23 of IC801 normally?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their periph-
eral circuits.

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With <Component> signal input No video on screen (3)

No external input video on screen <INPUT 1>

Is INPUT 2 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT 1 on the input select menu screen to pick up the
right input signal.

YES
Are there the Y, Pb and Pr signal inputs at pins (34), (32) and NO Check the line between pins (7)/(8)/(9) of J3404 and pins (34)/
(30) of IC3409, respectively? (32)/(30) of IC3409.

YES
Is input waveform of IC801 normal? NO Check IC3409 and its peripheral circuits.
Y=U1pin, Sync=J2pin
Pb=L1pin, Pr=R1pin

YES
Are there the signal outputs at pins U22, U23, V22, V23, W22, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
W23, P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23 of IC801, respectively?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their periph-
eral circuits.

With <Component> signal input No video on screen (4)

No external input video on screen <INPUT 2>

Is INPUT 1 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT 2 on the input select menu screen to pick up the
right input signal.

YES
Are there the Y, Pb and Pr signal inputs at pins (40), (38) and NO Check the line between pins (7)/(8)/(9) of J3403 and pins (40)/
(36) of IC3409, respectively? (38)/(36) of IC3409.

YES
Is input waveform of IC801 normal? NO Check IC3409 and its peripheral circuits.
Y=U1pin, Sync=J2pin
Pb=L1pin, Pr=R1pin

YES
Are there the signal outputs at pins U22, U23, V22, V23, W22, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
W23, P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23 of IC801, respectively?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their periph-
eral circuits.

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With <Video, S-video> signal input No video on screen (5)

No external input video on screen <INPUT 3>

Is INPUT 3 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT 3 on the input select menu screen to pick up the
right input signal.

YES
Is there the video signal input at pin (6) of IC3409 (AV SWITCH)? NO Check the line between pin (6) of J9901 and pin (12) of IC3409.

YES
<Video signal> Is there the video signal output at pin (16) of NO Check IC3409 and its peripheral circuits.
IC3409?

<S-video signal> Are there the Y and C signal outputs at pins


(24) and (26) of IC3409, respectively?

YES
<Video signal> Is there the video signal input at U2 pin of IC801? NO <Video signal> Check its peripheral circuits.
<S-video signal> Are there the Y and C signal inputs at P1 pin <S-video signal> Check its peripheral circuits for the C signal,
and K1 pin of IC801, respectively? and its peripheral circuits for the Y signal.

YES
Are signals output from the pins P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
U22, U23, V22, V23, W22 and W23 of IC801 normally?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their periph-
eral circuits.

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With <HDMI> signal input No video on screen (6)

No external input video on screen <INPUT 4>, <INPUT 5>

Is INPUT 4, INPUT 5 selected on the input select menu screen? NO Select INPUT 4 or INPUT 5 on the input select menu screen to
pick up the right input signal.

YES
Are there the signal inputs from the HDMI (SC404, SC403) NO With an HDMI device connected, is IC406, IC404 (EEPROM)
connector to the following input terminals of IC8702 (pin (16), accessed by I2C and is the DDC I2C CLOCK/DATA data read?
(17), (19), (20), (22), (23), (25), (26), (31), (32)).

NO
Check IC406, IC404 and their peripheral circuits.
YES
Are there the clock, H, V, Data signal outputs at pins (71) - (80), NO Check IC8702 and their peripheral circuits.
(83) - (92), (96), (98), (99), (104) - (113) of IC8702, respectively?

YES
Are waveforms of the clock, H, V, and Data terminals of NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
IC801 normal?

YES
Are there the signal outputs at pins U22, U23, V22, V23, W22, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
W23, P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23 of IC801, respectively?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their periph-
eral circuits.

No video on screen (7)

No video in the UHF/VHF reception

Is the IF output from the tuner (TU3402) as specified? NO Check TU3402 and its peripheral circuits.

YES
Is there the video signal input at pin (14) of IC3409 (AV NO Check the line between TU3402 and IC3409.
SWITCH)?

YES
Is there the video signal output at pin (16) of IC3409? NO Check IC3409 and its peripheral circuits.

YES
<Video signal> is there the video signal input at U2 pin of IC801? NO <Video signal> Check its peripheral circuits.

YES
Are signals output from the pins P22, P23, R22, R23, T22, T23, NO Check IC801 and its peripheral circuits.
U22, U23, V22, V23, W22 and W23 of IC801 normally?

YES
Check LVDS cable, LCD controller (incl. panel) and their peripheral circuits.

5–6
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No audio heard (1)

No sound in the UHF/VHF reception.

Is the IF output from the tuner pin (14) of TU3402 as specified? NO Check TU3402 and its peripheral circuits.

YES
Is the SIF signal input at A21 pin of IC801 as specified? NO Check Q3414, Q3415 and their peripheral circuits.

YES
Are audio signals from the pins B23 and D23 of IC801 as NO Check IC801 and their peripheral circuits.
prescribed?

YES
Is there the L-ch audio signal output at pins (51) of IC3602? NO Check IC3602 and its peripheral circuits.
Is there the R-ch audio signal output at pins (52) of IC3602?

YES
Is there the L-ch audio signal output at pins (39), (44) of IC1301 NO Check IC1301 and its peripheral circuits.
(AMP)?
Is there the R-ch audio signal output at pins (17), (20) of IC1301
(AMP)?

YES
Are audio signals of L-ch and R-ch output from the pins (1)/(2)
and (3)/(4) of P1301 normally?

YES
Check the speakers and their peripheral circuits.

5–7
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No audio heard (2)

No external audio heard


<INPUT 2>
Is there the L-ch audio signal input from pin (11) of input terminal
J3403 to pin (43) of IC3602?
Is there the R-ch audio signal input from pin (10) of input terminal
J3403 to pin (44) of IC3602?
<INPUT 1>
Is there the L-ch audio signal input from pin (11) of input terminal NO Check IC3602 and its peripheral circuits.
J3404 to pin (46) of IC3602?
Is there the R-ch audio signal input from pin (10) of input terminal
J3404 to pin (47) of IC3602?
<INPUT 3>
Is there the L-ch audio signal input from pin (5) of input terminal
J9901 to pin (63) of IC3602?
Is there the R-ch audio signal input from pin (4) of input terminal
J9901 to pin (64) of IC3602?

YES
Is there the L-ch audio signal output at pins (39), (44) of IC1301 NO Check IC1301 and its peripheral circuits.
(AMP)?
Is there the R-ch audio signal output at pins (17), (20) of IC1301
(AMP)?

YES
Are audio signals of L-ch and R-ch output from the pins (1)/(2)
and (3)/(4) of P1301 normally?

YES
Check the speakers and their peripheral circuits.

5–8
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No audio heard (3)

No audio signal at the monitor audio output terminal.

Is there the L-ch audio signal output at pin (86) of IC3602? NO Check IC3602 and its peripheral circuits.
Is there the R-ch audio signal output at pin (87) of IC3602?

YES
Does the audio mute circuit function? NO Check Q3401, Q3402, Q3403 and their peripheral circuits.
(Q3401, Q3402 and Q3417)

YES
Check the monitor audio output terminal (J3402) and its
peripheral circuits.

No audio heard (4)

No sound heard from the headphone.

Is there the audio signal output at pins (91) (L-ch) and (93) (R-ch)
of IC3602?

Is there the L-ch audio signal output at pin (1) of IC3604 NO Is the mute signal input at pin (2) of IC3604 as specified?
(H/P AMP)?
Is there the R-ch audio signal output at pin (7) of IC3604
(H/P AMP)?

YES
Check J9802 and it peripheral circuits, as well as the headphone
jack line.

5–9
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No audio heard (5)

No HDMI sound heard.


(INPUT 4, INPUT 5 *INPUT 5 is digital audio.)

Does the HDMI image appear on screen? NO Refer to “<INPUT 4, INPUT 5> in No external image on screen
(HDMI)”.

YES
No audio output from INPUT 4 and INPUT 5. NO Check if the EDID data of IC406 (INPUT 5) or IC404 (INPUT 4) is
normal.

YES
Check peripheral circuits of IC406 and IC404.

YES
Are waveforms of the pins (120) - (124) of IC8702 output NO Check peripheral circuits of IC8702.
normally?

YES
Are output waveforms of the audio output pins B23 and D23 of NO Check peripheral circuits of IC801.
IC801 normal?

YES
Are audio signals of L-ch and R-ch input in to the pins (46) and NO Check peripheral circuits of IC3602.
(47) for volume, equalizer and sound of IC3602 normally and
output from the pins (84) and (85) normally?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal outputs at pins (39), NO Check IC1301 and its peripheral circuits.
(44) and (17), (20) of IC1301 (AMP), respectively?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal inputs at pins (1), (2)
and (3), (4) of P1301, respectively?

5 – 10
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No audio heard (6)

No sound from the HDMI sound input terminal.


(INPUT 4 analog audio)

YES
Is there the L-ch audio signal input from pin (2) of external input
terminal J404 (HDMI AUDIO IN) to pin (57) of IC3602?
Is there the R-ch audio signal input from pin (3) of external input
terminal J404 (HDMI AUDIO IN) to pin (58) of IC3602?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal outputs at pins (84) and NO Check IC3602 and its peripheral circuits.
(85) of IC3602, respectively?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal outputs at pins (39), NO Check IC1301 and its peripheral circuits.
(44) and (17), (20) of IC1301 (AMP), respectively?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal inputs at pins (1), (2)
and (3), (4) of P1301, respectively?

No audio heard (7)

No PC audio output

YES
Pin (2) of J405: Is L-ch input into the pin (60) of IC3602?
Pin (3) of J405: Is R-ch input into the pin (61) of IC3602?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal outputs at pins (84) and NO Check IC3602 and its peripheral circuits.
(85) of IC3602, respectively?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal outputs at pins (39), NO Check IC1301 and its peripheral circuits.
(44) and (17), (20) of IC1301 (AMP), respectively?

YES
Are there the L-ch and R-ch audio signal inputs at pins (1), (2)
and (3), (4) of P1301, respectively?

5 – 11