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SERVICE MANUAL

LED TV

Model No. 32D3000

MSD3393 Chassis

WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public.
It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to
service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.
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Chapter 1: General Information


1-1. Table of Contents
1. General Information...........................................................................1
1-1. Table of Contents 1
1-2. General Guidelines 3
1-3. Important Notice 3
1-4. How to Read this Service Manual 6

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3. Location of Controls and Components........................................... 8
3-1. Board Location 8
3-2. Main Board & AV Board 8
3-3. LCD Panel 10

4. Disassemble and Assemble.......................................................... 12


4-1 Remove the Pedestal 12
4-2 Remove the Back Cover 12
4-3 Remove the Adhesive Tape 12
4-4 Remove the Main Board 13
4-5 Remove the Speaker 13
4-6 Remove the Remote Control Board 14

5. Installation Instructions..…....………………...........…………......... 15
5-1 External Equipment Connections 15
5-2 HDMI Connections 19
6. Operation Instructions....…....………………...........…………......... 22
6-1 Front Panel Controls 22
6-2 Back Panel Controls 22
6-3 Universal Remote Control 23
7. Electrical Parts…....………………...........…………......................... 24
7-1. Block Diagram 24
7-2. Circuit Diagram 25
7-3. Wiring Connection Diagram 31

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8. Measurements and Adjustments........…………............................ 32


8-1. How to enter into the factory model 35
8-2. How to update software 36
8-3. How to enter into the Hotel Model 37

9. Trouble-shooting………….............................................................. 38
9-1. Simple Check 38
9-2. Main Board Failure Check 39
9-3. Panel Failure 48

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1-2. General Guidelines


When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts
which have been overheated or damaged by the short circuit.

After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation
papers shields are properly installed.

After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from
being exposed to shock hazards.
1) Leakage Current Cold Check
2) Leakage Current Hot Check
3) Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive

1-3. Important Notice


1-3-1. Follow the regulations and warnings
Most important thing is to list up the potential hazard or risk for the service personnel to
open the units and disassemble the units. For example, we need to describe properly
how to avoid the possibility to get electrical shock from the live power supply or charged
electrical parts (even the power is off).
This symbol indicates that high voltage is present inside.It is dangerous to
make any king of contact with any inside part of this product.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literture accompanying the appliance.

1-3-2. Be careful to the electrical shock


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to rain or excessive moisture. This TV must not be exposed to dripping or splashing water,
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1-3-3. Electro static discharge (ESD)


Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such
components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. The following
techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by
electros static discharge (ESD).
1-3-4. About lead free solder (PbF)
This product is manufactured using lead-free solder as a part of a movement within the
consumer products industry at large to be environmentally responsible. Lead-free solder
must be used in the servicing and repairing of this product.
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Special parts which have purposes of fire retardant (resistors), high-quality sound
(capacitors), low noise (resistors), etc. are used.
When replacing any of components, be sure to use only manufacture's specified parts
shown in the parts list.

Safety Component
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1-3-6 Safety Check after Repairment


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in the original positions, or whether there are the positions which are deteriorated around
the serviced places serviced or not. Check the insulation between the antenna terminal or
external metal and the AC cord plug blades. And be sure the safety of that.

General Servicing Precautions


1. Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC power source before;
a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board module or any other receiver
assembly.
b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical plug or other electrical
connection.
c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the receiver.
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic
capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.
2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate high voltage meter or other
voltage measuring device (DVM, FETVOM, etc) equipped with a suitable high voltage
probe.
Do not test high voltage by "drawing an arc".

3. Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any of its assemblies.

4. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, clean electrical contacts only by
applying the following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or
comparable non-abrasive applicator; 10% (by volume) Acetone and 90% (by volume)
isopropyl alcohol (90%-99% strength).
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Capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.

5. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which receivers covered by this
service manual might be equipped.
6. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless
all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed.
7. Always connect the test receiver ground lead to the receiver chassis ground before
connecting the test receiver positive lead.
Always remove the test receiver ground lead last. Capacitors may result in an explosion
hazard.
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9. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn on the TV.

10. Insulation resistance between the cord plug terminals and the eternal exposure metal
should be more than Mohm by using the 500V insulation resistance meter.

11. If the insulation resistance is less than M ohm, the inspection repair should be required.
If you have not the 500V insulation resistance meter, use a Tester. External exposure
metal: Antenna terminal Headphone jack

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Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices

Some semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity.


Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.
Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors
and semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques should be used to help
reduce the ncidence of component damage caused by static by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-
equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known
earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist
strap device, which should be removed to prevent potential shock reasons prior to applying
power to the unit under test.

2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly
on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.

3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.

4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not
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to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately
before you are ready to install it.
(Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by
conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).

7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement
ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the
device will be installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other
safety precautions.

8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices.


(Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the
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an ES device.)

1-3-7. Ordering Spare Parts


Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the Version
letter)
1. Model number, Serial number and Software Version
The model number and Serial number can be found on the back of each product and the
Software Version can be found at the Spare Parts List.
2. Spare Part No. and Description
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1-3-8. Photo used in this manual


The illustration and photos used in this Manual may not base on the final design of
products, which may differ from your products in some way.

1-4. How to Read this Service Manual

Using Icons:
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each icon is described in the table below:

Note:
A “note” provides information that is not indispensable, but may nevertheless be valuable
to the reader, such as tips and tricks.

Caution:
A “caution” is used when there is danger that the reader, through incorrect manipulation,
may damage equipment, loose data, get an unexpected result or has to restart(part of) a
procedure.

Warning:
A “warning” is used when there is danger of personal injury.

Reference:
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Model 32D3000
Screen Size 31.5 inch
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Resolution 1366*768
5.0 (GRAY TO
Response Time (ms)
GRAY)
Angel of View 176o
Color Display 16.7M
Cable :1-135/
No. of Preset Channels Air: 2-69 (ATV&DTV)
OSD Language English
Color System NTSC
Audio System DK, BG, I, M, L, L'
Audio Output Power
8W×2
(Built-in) (W)
Audio Output Power
No
(outer) (W)
Total Power Input (W) 50W
Voltage Range (V) AC 100-240V
Power Frequency (Hz) 50~60Hz
Net Weight (KG) 7.44
Gross Weight (KG) 9.4
Net Dimension (MM) 745*454*50mm
Packaged Dimension
745*497*200mm
(MM)

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3. Location of Controls and Components


3-1 Board Location

A Board

No. Description
A Board Integration Mainboard

3-2 Main Board

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3-2-1 Function Description:


Main Board
Process signal which incept from exterior equipment then translate into signal that panel
can display.
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Main board connector

Keypad andremote connector (J2)

Pin number Signal name Description


1 LED_R LAMP RED
2 LED_G LAMP GREEN
3 STANDBY
4 IR REMOTE CONTROL
5 GND GND
6 5V POWER FOR REMOTE
7 NC
8 KEY0
9 KEY1
10 GND

Speaker connector (J17)

Pin number Signal name Description


1 RSPK+ RSPK+
2 RSPK- RSPK-
3 LSPK- LSPK-
4 LSPK+ LSPK+

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3-3. LED Panel

LSC320AN02

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3-4-1.Connector de finition

Connector : 187053-30091(P-TWO)
Pin Symbol Description Pin Symbol Description

1 12V DC power supply 16 R1B_P LVDS Signal +

2 12V DC power supply 17 GND Ground

3 12V DC power supply 18 R1C_N LVDS Signal -

4 12V DC power supply 19 R1C_P LVDS Signal +

5 GND Ground 20 GND Ground

6 GND Ground 21 R1CLK_N LVDS Clock -

7 GND Ground 22 R1CLK_P LVDS Clock +

8 GND Ground 23 GND Ground

9 LVDS SEL LVDS Option 24 R1D_N LVDS Signal -

10 NC NOTE1 25 R1D_P LVDS Signal +

11 GND Ground 26 GND Ground

12 R1A_N LVDS Signal - 27 TCON_WP I2C

13 R1A]P LVDS Signal + 28 SCL_I I2C

14 GND Ground 29 SDA_I I2C

15 R1B_N LVDS Signal - 30 GND Ground

Note (1) No connection: These PINS are used only for the product of SAMSUNG.
(DO NOT CONNECT the input device to these pins.)

Note2) LVDS OPTION : If this P,1LV+,*+ 9   ମ Normal LVDS format


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4. Disassemble and assemble


4-1 Remove the Pedestal

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4-3. Remove the adhesive tape

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4-4 Remove the Main board

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4-5 Remove the speaker

Take out the speaker

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4-6 Remove the remote control

take out the remote control board

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5. Installation Instructions
5-1 External Equipment Connections

Accessories

Remote Control User GUIDE Battery

Antenna Connection
Connect one end of a coaxial cable (not included) to the ANT IN jack on the back of
your TV/DVD combo, then connect the other end of the cable into the antenna or cable
TV wall outlet.

To improve picture quality from an antenna in a poor signal area, install a signal
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If you need to split the antenna signal to connect two TVs, install a two-way splitter.

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5-2 HDMI Connections


When the source device(DVD player or Set Top Box) supports HDM
How To Connect

1. Connect the source device to HDMI port of this TV with an HDMI cable(not supplied
with this product).
2. No separated audio connection is necessary.

How To Use
If the source device supports Auto HDMI function, the output resolution of the source
device will be automatically
set to 1280x720p.
If the source device does not support Auto HDMI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the source device to
1280x720p.
Select HDMI input source in input source option of Select Main source menu.

When the source device(DVD player or Set Top Box) supports DVI
How To Connect
1. Connect the source device to HDMI port of this TV with a HDMI-to-DVI cable(not
supplied with this product).
2. A separated audio connection is necessary.
3. If the source device has an analog audio output connector, connect the source device
audio output to DVI Audio In port located on the PC port.

How To Use
If the source device supports Auto DVI function, the output resolution of the source device
will be automatically
set to 1280x720p.
If the source device does not support Auto DVI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the source device to
1280x720p.
Press the INPUT button to select HDMI input source in input source option of Select Main
source menu.
Installation

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Cable sample

HDMI Cable
(not supplied with the product)

HDMI to DVI Cable


( not supplied with the product)

Analog Audio Cable


(Stereo to RCA type)
(not supplied with the product)

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Power source

TO USE AC POWER SOURCE


Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on AC.
Insert the AC cord plug into a standard polarized AC outlet.
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Use the attached power cord only.
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electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
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simply unplug the unit from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The unit should return to
normal operation.

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6. Operation Instructions
Basal information

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6-3 Setting Up Your Remote Control

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SPI FLASH
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7-2. Circuit Diagtam

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HDMI Interface VDDC 1.2V


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HDMI0-RX2N

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HDMI0-CLKN

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HDMI0-RX1N

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HDMI0-CLKP

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HDMI2-CLKP

HDMI0-RX2P

HDMI0-RX1P

HDMI0-RX0P

HDMI0-CLKP
HDMI0-SCL

HDMI2-SDA

HDMI1-SDA

HDMI0-SDA
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HDMI0-SCL

AMP-MUTE
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HDMI0-SDA
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HDMI1-CLKN HDMI1-CLKP +1.8V_DDR2
HDMI1-CLKP +3.3V_Normal +3.3V_Normal
HDMI1-SCL +3.3V_AU +3.3V_PLL
HDMI1-SCL HDMI1-SDA
HDMI1-SDA L105 FB L106 FB
HDMI1-HPDIN
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HDMI2-RX0P HDMI2-RX0N HDMI2-RX2N RX1P_B SAR0
3 100 +3.3V_Normal 2.2uF 0.1uF 0.1uF C155 C151
HDMI2-RX0N HDMI2-RX1P HDMI2-RX2P RX2N_B AVDD_MOD USB1_D+
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HDMI2-RX2P HDMI1-CLKN AVDD_MOD DM_P1 USB2_D+
HDMI2-RX2P 6 97
HDMI2-RX2N HDMI1-CLKP 7 RXCN_A DP_P0 96 USB2_D-
HDMI2-RX2N RXCP_A DM_P0
HDMI2-CLKN HDMI1-RX0N 8 95 System-RST
HDMI2-CLKN HDMI2-CLKP HDMI1-RX0P RX0N_A RESET VBL_CTRL
9 94
HDMI2-CLKP HDMI2-SCL HDMI1-RX1N RX0P_A INT/GPIO64 IR-in
HDMI2-SCL 10 93
HDMI2-SDA HDMI1-RX1P RX1N_A IRIN HDMI-CEC
11 92
HDMI2-SDA
HDMI2-HPDIN HDMI1-RX2N 12 RX1P_A CEC 91 3.3V
HDMI2-HPDIN MHL_CABLE-DET HDMI1-RX2P RX2N_A TEST UART-RX +3.3V_ADC
13 90
MHL_CABLE-DET VGA_HSYNC RX2P_A DDCA_CK UART-TX +3.3V_Normal
14 89 FB
HDMI-ARC RGB0_B+ HSYNC0 DDCA_DA HDMI-ARC L104
HDMI-ARC 15 88
HDMI-CEC RGB0_G+ BIN0P ARC SPI_Flash-SCK
HDMI-CEC 16 87
RGB0_G- 17 GIN0P SPI_CK 86 SPI_Flash-CSN C153 C159
GIN0M SPI_CZ
RGB0_R+ 18 85 SPI_Flash-SDI 2.2uF C161 C154 C146 C152 C147 2.2uF C142

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AVDD3P3_ADC PWM0
R102 33R C100 47nF RGB0_R+ RGB1_B+ 21 82 PWM1
VGA-Rin R103 68R C104 47nF RGB0_G- RGB1_SOG 22 BIN1P PWM1 81 HDMI1-HPDIN
R134 33R C103 47nF RGB0_G+ RGB1_G+ SOGIN1 HOTPLUG_A HDMI0-HPDIN
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VGA-Bin RGB1_R+ GIN1M LDE/LVB0M R6_RXO0+
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Audio Line Out
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YPbPr_PR R129 68R C106 47nF RGB1_G- VCOM LVB2P
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R130 33R C108 47nF RGB1_G+ CVBS_OUT1 AVDD_MOD G7_RXO3-
VDDC 31 72
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VDDC/DVDD_DDR_CMD

R131 33R C164 +3.3V_AU 32 71


YPbPr_PB R111 0R C162 1nF RGB1_SOG LINEIN_R0 AVDD_AU33 LVB3P G3_RXE0-
33 70
LINEIN_L0 AUR0 LVA0M G2_RXE0+
34 69
AUL0 LVA0P
AVDD3P3_DMPLL

LINEIN_R1 35 68 G1_RXE1-
AVDD3P3_DADC

CVBS IN & OUT LINEIN_L1 36 AUR1 LVA1M 67 G0_RXE1+


GPIO0/GPIO44
GPIO1/GPIO45
GPIO2/GPIO46
GPIO3/GPIO47
GPIO4/GPIO48
GPIO5/GPIO49

AU_VAG AUL1 LVA1P B7_RXE2-


37 66
VDDIO_CMD

VAG LVA2M
AVDD_MOD

R138 33R C174 47nF CVBS1+ AU_VRM 38 65 B6_RXE2+


AUOUTR3

AUOUTR0

VRM LVA2P
AUOUTL3

AUOUTL0

SIDE_AV
LVACKM
LVACKP
LVA3M

R115 33R C110 47nF CVBS0+


LVA3P
IFAGC
AUR4

DVD_AV
AUL4

VIFM
VIFP

Xout
XIN

C R117 CVBS_VCOM
68R C111 47nF C

MSD3393LU
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64

AUDIO IN LINE3OUT_L
LINEOUT_APML
DVD_IN_L C176 2.2uF LINEIN_L0 C172 R155
DVD_IN_L
+3.3V_ADC
+3.3V_PLL

+1.8V_DDR2
+3.3V_Normal

VDDC

1nF 220K
DVD_ON/OFF

PWR-ON/OFF
LINE3OUT_R

DVD_IN_R C175 2.2uF LINEIN_R0


TUNER_SDA
LINE3OUT_L

TUNER_SCL

SPDIF_OUT

DVD_IN_R
LINEIN_R4

B4_RXEC+
LINEIN_L4

B2_RXE3+

B5_RXEC-
ARC_DET

B3_RXE3-

SIDE_AV_L C124 2.2uF LINEIN_L1


SIDE_AV_L
XTALO
IFAGC

SIDE_AV_R C123 2.2uF LINEIN_R1


XTALI
VIFM
VIFP

SIDE_AV_R LINE3OUT_R
LINEOUT_APMR
VGA-Lin_AU C127 2.2uF LINEIN_L4
VGA-Lin_AU VGA-Rin_AU C128 2.2uF LINEIN_R4 C178 R153
VGA-Rin_AU 1nF 220K

DIF IN
DPin57J"# MHL_VBUS-EN EKDVD_ON/OFF Close to Mstar IC
DIF_P C165 VIFP
0.1uF

DIF_N C166 VIFM


LVDS CONNECTOR
0.1uF
J1
USB & SPDIF_OUT AU_VRM PWR-ON/OFF 2
2*20Pin-2.0mm
1
AU_VAG PWR-ON/OFF GND GND
USB2_D- PWM0 R6_RXO0+ 4 3 R7_RXO0-
3.3V-TUNER BRI_ADJ RO0+RO0-
USB2_D- USB2_D+ ON_PANEL PWM1 R4_RXO1+ 6 5 R5_RXO1-
USB2_D+ VBL_CTRL R2_RXO2+ RO1+RO1- R3_RXO2-
VBL_CTRL 8 7
C167 C169 C168 Close to Mstar IC DVD_ON/OFF B4_RXEC+ RO2+RO2- B5_RXEC-
USB1_D- DVD_ON/OFF 10 9
USB1_D- ARC_DET G6_RXO3+ ROC+ROC- G7_RXO3-
USB1_D+ ARC_DET 12 11
USB1_D+ 2.2uF 2.2uF 0.1uF R128 RO3+RO3-
14 13
10K AMP-MUTE RO4+RO4-
SPDIF_OUT SPDIF_OUT AMP-MUTE 16 15
L100 TUNER_SCL G2_RXE0+ GND GND G3_RXE0-
0R TUNER_SCL 18 17 +3.3V_Normal
FB

IFAGC R133 TUNER_SDA RE0+ RE0-


RESET C163
IFAGC-T TUNER_SDA
ARC_DET? AMP-MUTE @ A / 0 B C  D AMP-MUTE/ 0 E  F G PMH I   / 0 
G0_RXE1+
B6_RXE2+
B4_RXEC+
20
22
24
RE1+ RE1-
RE2+ RE2-
19
21
23
G1_RXE1-
B7_RXE2-
B5_RXEC-
5Vstb B2_RXE3+ REC+REC- B3_RXE3- RD41
26 25
22nF 28
RE3+ RE3-
27
30 RE4+ RE4- 29 1K
3

GND GND
32 31 LCD_OP#
VCC-Panel 34 GND
LCDOP 33
R227 D201 VCC VCC VCC-Panel
1M BAV99 XTAL CHIP_CONFIG +3.3V_Normal
R279

R280
NC/4.7KDVD_ON/OFF

4.7K AMP-MUTE
36
38
PANEL_ON/OFF 40
VCC VCC
VCC VCC
OP2 OP1
35
37
39 OVERDRIVER
RD46
NC/0R
1

C275 {IPAD_PWM1, PAD_PWM0}


2.2uF XTALO R127 0R C126 C1
B51_NO_EJ
2

B R230 15pF R281 B


10K 1 Q201 4'h00 +3.3V_Normal
3906 C1=C2=2*CL-5 R132 10K
Y1
R231 1M PWM1 R165 4.7K
3

C276
2.2uF 1K System-RST 24.000MHz H1
PWM0 R166 4.7K
&'()*+ R232 C277 XTALI C125 C2 4
R282 R283
4.7K 4.7K RD50 RD51
$*,-. 100K 1nF
NOTE: 30PPM 15pF 3
NC/4.7K NC/4.7K
2
1 TUNER_SCL RD54 NC/33R PANEL_ON/OFF
4p,GND TUNER_SDA RD55 NC/33R OVERDRIVER

DEBUG LED 5Vstb


RD57
NC/0R
RD58
NC/0R

5Vstb

MUST pull high to 5VSTB


R236 R240
ISP AND VGA EDID R201 R202

OFF
ON R239
4.7K 4.7K
LED_G
KEY&IR BOARD
NC/4.7K LED_R
3

4.7K 4.7K R242 R248 4.7K +3.3Vstb


3

UART-TXR136 100R 100R 1 Q203 5Vstb


UART-RXR137 100R UART_TX R278 3904
UART_RX PWR-ON/OFF LED 1K 1 Q202
3904
KEY PAD
2

RD42
RD43

C278
2

RD44
RD45

100pF
10K
10K

LED
 
PWR-ON/OFF    
10R
4.7K

IR

FLASH LED_R
LED_G
RD47
RD48 10R
10
9
10
9
10R 8
IR-in RD49 1KIRDAT 8
7
FOR TEST 6 7
6
5
RP33X4 RP11 5
4 5 SPI_SDI 4
4
2 4 6 8

SPI_SCK SPI_Flash-SCK
1 3 5 7

TF4 TF1 TF5 KEY0 RD52 1KKEY0-in 3


FLASH_WP0N
3 6 SPI_SCK SPI_CSN SPI_Flash-CSN 3
SPI_SDO 2 TF3 TF6 VCC-FLASH KEY1 RD53 1KKEY1-in 2
7 SPI_SDI SPI_Flash-SDI 2
CD47

CD48

CD49

CD50
CD51

SPI_CSN 1 TF2NC/TPTF7
1
8 +3.3Vstb SPI_SDO SPI_Flash-SDO 1
TF1 TF8
J2
1nF

1nF
33pF

100pF
100pF

+3.3Vstb

A 5Vstb A
+3.3Vstb
R157 R152
59:;<=> C41
IRDAT
U18 10uF IRIN
10K 4.7K
SPI_CSN 1 8 R146 27R
CE# VDD
SPI_SDO 2 7 VCC-FLASH
SO HOLD#
C158
FLASH_WP0N 3 6 SPI_SCK 0.1uF
WP# SCK
4 5 SPI_SDI
VSS SI

EN25F32

Title
FLASH_WP
    
        !"#$% MSD3393
Size Document Number Rev
Custom MAIN CHIP 1.0

Date: Friday, January 04, 2013 Sheet 2 of 9

- 25 -
5 4 3 2 1
TUNER4 -.231Irms=186.5mA Imax=200mA
1.15V DC-DC Vout=0.6X(1+R up/R down) 1.8V DC-DC 139MA 332mA MAX:360MA
silicon tuner 
D D
+3.3V_Normal 78231 3.3V-TUNER
1.7V~1.9V -./011.834V 218mA
FB2
3.3V_TUNER
1.12V~1.18V -./011.158V 526MA Q2
-.231Irms=167.3mA Imax=206mA C46 600Ω-1.5A-0805
-.231Irms=464.3mA Imax=575mA
C139
LD21 1.8VA +1.8V_DDR2 R224
1.15V LD23 4.7uH_2A AO3407 C2 C130
4.7K 0.1uF
1.164VVDDC 4.7uH_2A 1.812V 1uF
5VA UD7 0.1uF
5Vstb UD9 10uF
SY8008D RD135 CD96 CD85 CD86
SY8008D RD137 CD89 CD94 CD95 R215
EC113 120K
+ LD25 600Ω-1.5A-0805 10uF 0.1uF
47K 10uF 0.1uF 10uF 100K 2012.11.29
LD24 600Ω-1.5A-0805 10uF 220uF/16V 4 3  !"#3.3V-TUNER
4 3 VIN LX
VIN LX $%&'(AGC)*+,
CD90 CD101 CD91 RD138 SY8008D RD139

3
CD99 CD100 RD142 SY8008D RD143 100K 82K R30 10K
100K 0.1uF 10uF 10uF 1 Q4
47K 2 PWR-ON/OFF 3904
CD98 10uF 10uF 1 5

GND
C 0.1uF 1 5 EN OUT/FB C
GND

2
EN OUT/FB CD103 H:ON
RD144
CD105 RD146 L:OFF
100K

2
100pF
2

100K
100pF


<1A 5V Input--->Output 1.8V
<1A 5V Input--->Output 1.15V

- 26 -
PANEL POWER
12VA RD56 0R
Vpp=100mV
3.3V DC-DC 3.14V~3.46V -./013.33V 150MA H2 H3
&'(4 -.231Irms=123.1mA Imax=288mA

1
1
B 5 9 5 9 B
VCCLCDFN VCC-Panel LD22 +3.3Vstb +3.3V_Normal
QD6 AO3407 4.7uH_2A 4 8
5VA
4 8
RD59 NC/0R VCCLCDFN
5Vstb UD8 3 7 3 7
CD52
RD60 RD61
2.2K
56231 SY8008D RD136 CD97 CD87 CD88
10K 120K 10uF 2 6 2 6
+12V1251.3mA LD26 600Ω-1.5A-0805 10uF 0.1uF
NC NC
10uF CD53 0.1uF 4 3
+5V1583mA VIN LX
CD102 CD93 RD140 SY8008D RD141
RD62 270K 100K 330K
78231 CD92 10uF 10uF

3
QD7 0.1uF 1 5

GND
RD63 1 +12V12.06A EN OUT/FB
2 ON_PANEL 3904 CD104

1
4.7K RD145 H4

1
H5

1
H6 H7
+5V11.41A NC NC NC

2
NC

2
RD64 100K
100pF
A 4.7K A
Title
<1A 5V Input--->Output 3.3V MSD3393
Size Document Number Rev
Custom DC-DC 1.0
Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 Sheet 1 of 9
5 4 3 2 1
5 4 3 2 1
HDMI1/ARC
AV INPUT
LD13
FB_11_OHM_500MA
VGA INPUT J10 RX1B2P HDMI0-RX2P 2
16

SIDE AV SIDE_CVBS AV SIDE_AV 2


J19
J8
15 GSCL
21
21 DAT A2+
DAT A2 SHIELD
1
2
RX1B2P
RX1B2N

RX1B2N
RX1B1P
RX1B1N
HDMI0-RX2N
HDMI0-RX1P
2
2 2()*+,2
J6 1 1 5 3 HDMI0-RX1N 2
1 1 DAT A2- RX1B1P RX1B0P
CD65 RD109 10 4 HDMI0-RX0P 2
DAT A1+ 5 RX1B0N
75R 14 IVS RD71 100R VSYNC VGA_VSYNC 2 DAT A1 SHIELD HDMI0-RX0N 2
SIDE_CVBS 10pF SIDE_CVBS RD72 100R HSYNC 6 RX1B1N RX1BCLKP HDMI0-CLKP 2
2 2 4 VGA_HSYNC 2 DAT 1A- RX1B0P RX1BCLKN
2 2 9 7 HDMI0-CLKN 2
DAT A0+ DDC1BSCL RD90 220R
3 3 13 IHS 23 8 HDMI0-SCL 2 HDMI_CEC
3 3 DAT A0 SHIELD
23 9 RX1B0N DDC1BSDA HDMI-CEC 2
3 GBLU RD74 100R VGAB VGA-Bin 2 DAT A0- HDMI0-SDA 2
10 RX1BCLKP
8 CLK+
4 SIDE-AU-L SIDE-AU-L RD100 10K SIDE-AU-L 4 12 GSDA 11 HDMI1/5V
4 SIDE_AV_L 2 4 CLK SHIELD RX1BCLKN
2 GGRN RD77 100R VGAG 12
VGA-Gin 2 22 CLK- 13 HDMI_CEC
5 CD63 RD103 5 7 22 CEC
5 5 14 HDMI_ARC
10K 11 NC DDC1BSCL
1nF 1 GRED RD78 100R VGAR 15
VGA-Rin 2 SCL DDC1BSDA 5V_HDM1 HDMI_ARC CD57 HDMI-ARC
6 SIDE-AU-R SIDE-AU-R 6 6 16 2.2uF HDMI-ARC 2
6 6 SDA 17 RD101
DDC/CEC GND HDMI1/5V R726 4.7K
PC_DB15HD_MIDDLE 18 1K
8

10K R D 79

10K R D 8 0

75R R D 8 1

75R R D 82

75R R D 8 3

5V_HDM1 ARC_DET
+5V POWER 5V_HDM1
17

20 19 HOTPLUG_1
20 HOT PLUG
8

SIDE-AU-R RD107 10K HOTPLUG_1


SIDE_AV_R 2 HDMI1 RD105 DD3 R727
AV-JACK-3/WO/-./ CD64
1nF

RD108
10K
NC/AV-JACK-3/AV
2 HDMI0-HPDIN

10K
RD106 4.7K
QD11
3904

5VA
1

2
3
RD102
RD104

22K
22K
ARC 10K
GSDA RD94 100R UART_TX BAT54C
UART_TX 2
GSCL RD95 100R UART_RX
UART_RX 2
D D
YPbPr INPUT HDMI2/MHL
YPbPr J20
VGA Audio IN J14
/MHLIC +,2<5V STB,R709<47K
J7 1 1
1 1 1 HDMI2_RX2P HDMI2_RX2P HDMI2-RX2P AVDD5V_CD
DAT A2+ HDMI2-RX2P
8

J5 1 2 MHL_CD_SENSE HDMI2_RX2N HDMI2-RX2N


FB_11_OHM_500MA DAT A2 SHIELD HDMI2-RX2N
LD15 3 HDMI2_RX2N HDMI2_RX1P HDMI2-RX1P
2 YIN YIN YPbPr_Y 2 YIN 2 4 DAT A2- HDMI2-RX1P
2 2 5 RD96 10K VGA_ARI 4 HDMI2_RX1P HDMI2_RX1N HDMI2-RX1N
VGA-Rin_AU 2 DAT A1+ HDMI2-RX1N
PBIN
LD16 FB_11_OHM_500MA
2 5
3 YPbPr_PB 2 3 DAT A1 SHIELD HDMI2_RX1N RD169 RD167
3 3 3 6
LD17 FB_11_OHM_500MA DAT 1A- 7 HDMI2_RX0P HDMI2_RX0P HDMI2-RX0P
PRIN 6 RD97 10K VGA_ALI HDMI2-RX0P
YPbPr_PR 2 VGA-Lin_AU 2 DAT A0+
PBIN PBIN CD60 8 HDMI2_RX0N HDMI2-RX0N HDMI2-RX0N
4 4 RD98 DAT A0 SHIELD 9 HDMI2_RX0N 47K 10K RD168 33R
4 4 CD62
10pF C D 68

10pF C D 69

10pF C D 70

RD99 DAT A0- HDMI2_CLKP HDMI2-HPD HDMI2-HPDIN


100pF 10 HDMI2_CLKP HDMI2-CLKP HDMI2-HPDIN
RD113

RD114

RD115

5 5 CLK+ HDMI2-CLKP HDMI2-DDC-SCL RD165 33R


5 5 100pF 10K 11 HDMI2_CLKN HDMI2-CLKN
HDMI2-CLKN HDMI2-SCL
10K CLK SHIELD HDMI2_CLKN HDMI2-DDC-SDA RD166 33R
12 HDMI2-SDA
20 CLK- 13 HDMI_CEC
6 PRIN PRIN 6 GND1 CEC ICMHL R709/R710+,HDMI2/5V,2 10K
6 75R 75R 75R 6 21 14
22 GND2 NC 15 HDMI2-DDC-SCL HDMI port IChotplug 2
8

GND3 SCL HDMI2-DDC-SDA


23 16
YPbPr
DVD INPUT GND3 SDA 17
8

DDC/CEC GND
18 HDMI2/5V
+5V POWER 19 HDMI2-HPD ICMHL layout
HDMI port ,spacing /S/ spacing /S/ spacing = 10/10/5/10/10,^2E5.1R
NC/AV-JACK-3/AV HOT PLUG
CN402
DVD_AR R425 100R DVD-Rin DVD_IN_R HDM2
1 DVD_IN_R 2
SPDIF Output 2
3
DVD_AL
DVD_CVBS

R426
R427

100R
0R

DVD-Lin DVD_IN_L DVD_IN_L 2


4 DVD_AV 2 R429 R430
J3
LD12 FB_11_OHM_500MA 3 5
SPDIF_OUT RD69 2 S
2 SPDIF_OUT S 6 RD170 100R
120R 1 7 MHL_CD_SENSE
G R428 12K 12K HDMI2/5V 5Vstb AVDD5V_CD HDMI2/5V AVDD5V_MHL MHL_CABLE-DET
RCA 7pin 2.0mm 75R 5VA HDMI2/5V
C558 CD54 CN403 5Vstb
RD70
NC/33pF 33pF RD172
75R 4 R768 NC/0R CD160 UD15 MC2110 +*,
Closed to IC C28 C29
3 RD171 4.7R 330K 5 1
2 47nF IN OUT
10uF 10uF 2
1 CD161 RD173 3 CD162

GND
R433 10K FLG
100R DD7 3 4
EN
Head Phone DVD_ON/OFF 2 4pin 2.0mm
DVD POWER 1 BAT54C

10uF 0.1uF

2
IRIN 2
R435 MHL_CD_SENSE
1K

5
PH_R 2 2012.11.22VEST22
1 J18 AMP_LIN
EC74 R140 22R
PH_L UICMHL 2=
PH_DET
PH_L
4
3
220uF/16V
RD127
MUTE Control
Head Phone
1K
VCC_AMP
HDMI3
+3.3V_Normal
J9 234567
= [\!"#$%MUTE@A RD4 RD5 4.7K 1 HDMI3_RX2P HDMI3-DDC-SCL HDMI1-SCL
&[\]^?'$ RD118 10K DAT A2+ 2 HDMI3_RX2P HDMI3-RX2P HDMI3-DDC-SDA
RD123 100K EC75 22R DAT A2 SHIELD HDMI1-RX2P HDMI1-SDA
R141 3 HDMI3_RX2N
100K AMP_RIN PH_R MUTE DAT A2-
RD124 QD3 4 HDMI3_RX1P HDMI3_RX2N HDMI3-RX2N HDMI3/5V

3
HP_DET PH_DET RD1 47K DAT A1+ HDMI1-RX2N
220uF/16V RD128 3906 5 HDMI3_RX1P HDMI3-RX1P HDMI1-RX1P
100R CD7
+ QD1 1RD7 4.7K RD8 270K DAT A1 SHIELD HDMI3_RX1N
6
3

CD73 3904 DAT 1A-


1K CD8 7 HDMI3_RX0P HDMI3_RX1N HDMI3-RX1N HDMI1-RX1N
1uF 1 QD2 NC/220uF/16V DAT A0+ HDMI3_RX0P HDMI3-RX0P 5V_HDM3 5V_HDM3
2 AMP-MUTE 8

2
RD9 10K DAT A0 SHIELD HDMI1-RX0P
3904 9 HDMI3_RX0N
RD11 DAT A0- HDMI3_CLKP HDMI3_RX0N HDMI3-RX0N RD84 DD2 RD91 22K
10
2

OFF 10K CLK+ HDMI1-RX0N 1K


220uF/16V 11 HDMI3_CLKP HDMI3-CLKP 2
PRE-AMP:PT2308 RD12
0R
VCC_AMP
DD1
RD13 220R
20
CLK SHIELD
GND1
CLK-
CEC
12
13
HDMI3_CLKN
HDMI_CEC HDMI3_CLKN HDMI3-CLKN

HDMI1-CLKP
HDMI1-CLKN
RD89
10K HDMI3-HPD
5VA
1
3
RD93
22K
ON 21 14
GND2 NC HDMI3-DDC-SCL BAT54C
22 15
IN4148 23 GND3 SCL 16 HDMI3-DDC-SDA RD92 4.7K QD10
GND3 SDA HDMI1-HPDIN
C 17 3904 C
R741 R702 R744 R906 0R MUTE DDC/CEC GND 18 HDMI3/5V
0R 10K 15K +5V POWER HDMI3-HPD
19
C 744 NC/200pF

C745 10uF AMP_LIN HOT PLUG


2 LINEOUT_APML
R 705 NC/100K

Q853 HP_DET HDMI3


5V_EAR 3904

- 27 -
R706
5VA
5V_EAR 10R Head Phone-MUTE
CLOSE TO IC R905
9108/3113(3110)/2113
5

C737 + EC702
100uF/10V 0R
IN2-
IN2+

VDD
OUT2

R707 0.1uF
10K
U702
PT2308P UD3 VCC_AMP VCC_AMP LD3 12VA
C709 9108/TPA3113D2 U30*2/0pin28
R708 MUTE RD14 MUTE# 1 28
OUT1

CD10
R777 0R 56Ω-4A-1206
GND

IN1+

AMP_LIN AL+ SD PVCCL


IN1-

10uF
1517 0R

0.1uF
10K + CD11
2 27 100uF/16V
FAULT PVCCL

N C /22K
R 769
C738
4

AL+ 1uF AMP1_L+ 3 26


LINP BSPL CD16 0.22uF LD5 33uH LOUT+
AMP_RIN LOUT#
VCC_AMP JD2 CD15 1uF CD20
4 25 SPEAKER
LINN OUT PL 1uF
1
1 GAIN0 5 24
2 GAIN0 PGND CD21 ROUT+
R713 R743 CD106 2 VCC_AMP CD22 1
AMP_RIN R776 0R AR+ NC/0.22uF ROUT-
R719 10K 15K NC/FOR 1517 GAIN1 6 23 1uF LOUT- 2
1uF RD18 GAIN1 OUT NL LOUT- 3
0R C710 10uF N54562955 LOUT+
2 LINEOUT_APMR
C 740 NC/200pF

R 742 NC/100K

CD23 1uF 0R 7 22 LD7 33uH 4


AVCC BSNL CD24 0.22uF

N C /22K
J17

R 778
UD10
CD107 NC/2.2uF 8 21
AL+ AGND BSNR CD26 0.22uF 33uH
FOR 2X3W LD8 ROUT-
20 1 CD27 1uF 9 20 CD28
GND/HS IN1
CLOSE TO IC Near MST.IC 19 2 CD108 NC/100uF/16V GVDD OUT NR

+
GND/HS SGND RD20 CD30 1uF
18 3 SVR ROUT+ RD21 10K 10K 10 19

+
17 GND/HS SVRR 4 CD1091 NC/470uF/10V
2 LOUT+ ROUT- PLIMIT PGND NC/0.22uF
GND/HS OUT 1 CD29 1uF CD32
Ground in the middle of the L/R 16 5 LOUT- CD31 1uF 11 18

+
15 GND/HS PGND 6 CD1101 NC/470uF/10V
2 ROUT+ LOUT+ RINN OUT PR 1uF
GND/HS OUT 2 ROUT+
14 7 C739 1uF ROUT#
AR+ AMP1_R+
12 17
USB Interface 13
12
GND/HS
GND/HS
GND/HS

VCC
M/SB
IN2
8
9
MUTE
CD111 NC/2.2uF AR+
RD147 RD148
13
RINP
NC

BSPR
PVCCR
16
CD33 0.22uF
LD9 33uH
RD22 RD23

+3.3Vstb
11 10 VCC_AMP
GND/HS GND/HS NC/10K GAIN0 10K

GND
5VUSB1
J13 NC/0R 14 15
NC/0R PBT L PVCCR
NC/TPA1517 GAIN1
CD35 + CD36 RD24 RD25

29
9 5V 1 5VUSB1 10K NC/10K
5VA 100uF/16V
YZ[\]^_1 1 0.1uF
D- 2 OTG_DM
USB1_D- 2 DD4 `aUD3Z TDA3113 ? TDA2113  RD21=10K U30*2/0pin15
`aUD3Z 9108  RD21NC JD1
D+ 3 OTG_DP 1.5A_FUSH
USB1_D+ 2 FOR 3113
LD14 5VUSB2
10 GND 4
5VUSB2
NC/1.5A_FUSH
11 5V 5 CD66 CD67
D- 6 OTG_DM1 NC/10uF 10uF
USB2_D- 2
D+ 7 OTG_DP1
USB2_D+ 2
12 GND 8
USB-2A-03
Title
M SD3393
Size Document Number Rev
1.0
Custom
YPBPR VGA IN & AV IN
Date: Tuesday, February 05, 2013 Sheet 4 of 9
B B
A A
5 4 3 2 1
5 4 3 2 1
Silicon Tuner 18273 01Silicon Tuner
3.3V_TUNER Irms=186.5mAImax=200mA
13
332mA MAX:360MA silicon tuner  GND
12
GND
100nH_150mA
LD28
LD27

LD29
2.4nH_220mA

IF_AGC
3.3V_TUNER
8.2nH_110mA

LD30
2.2nH 1000mA

11
CD133

GPIO1
GND
220nF

10

GND

IF_N
IF_P
3.3V

SDA
ANT

SCL
GND
100nF

D D
CD132

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C138 C144 EC12 UD12 +3.3V_Normal
+
NC/ST18WM-4A-E(23)-MXL601
41

40

39

38

37

36

35

34

33

32

31

TU_SDA
TU_SCL
0.1uF 10uF
220uF/16V

IF-IN+
IF-IN-
3.3V_TUNER
VCCRF Filter
CapRFAGC

UHFH

VHFH
UHFSupply

VHFSens

VHFSupply
test11

RFAGC_Sense

UHFL

VHFL

UD11 R167 C253


3.3V_TUNER
NC
1uF
1 30 R147 R154
1 VCCRF IRQ
CD135 CD134 CD136 NC/1.5K IF_AGC0 1K
82pF RD158 IFAGC-T
RFIN 120pF 120pF 0R 2 29
5 RFin V_Sync C148 C160
4
3
2

RFIN RD159
330nH 140mA

1k IF_AGC0 NC/6.8nF 0.1uF


DD6 3 28
CD137 NC V_IF_AGC
3.3V_TUNER
NC/BAV99W CD138
150pF
4 27
LD32

NC VCCIF
220nH 120mA

6.8nF 3.3V_TUNER
UD13
C C
5 26
GNDDIG0 GNDIF
LD31

CD163
6 TDA18273 25 IF-IN+
Tuner I2C R148 R149
1nF AS_XTSel IFP
NC/4.7K NC/4.7K
C137

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7 24 IF-IN- R144 0R
IF-IN+ DIF_P_F0 DIF_P
GNDDIG1 IFn
TU_SDA R150 NC/68R
TUNER_SDA
0.1uF TU_SCL R151 NC/68R
C143 TUNER_SCL
8 23
Test1 GNDDIG3
NC/100pF
9 22 C140 C149 C150

CAPREGVCO
General Vcc decoupling Test2 XTOUT2 R145 0R
IF-IN- DIF_N_F0
DIF_N

GNDSYNT
3.3V_TUNER 3.3V_TUNER NC/33pF NC/33pF

VCCSYN
10 21 0.1uF

Xtalnot
GNDDIG2 XTOUT1

VTUN
Test1
C145

SDA
SCL

Xtal

CP
NC/100pF
10PF
1uF
CD139

CD140

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20
B RD160 B
430R
CD143 CD146
3.3V_TUNER CD142 CD144 CD145
20pF 20pF 220nF
Each of these Vcc pins of TDA18273 is decoupled by a CD141 6.8nF 2.7nF
single capacitor (pin 1, 16, 27, 35) YD1 100nF
3.3V_TUNER 3.3V_TUNER
CD147 CD148 CD149 16MHz
0.047uF 0.1uF
0.047uF RD161 22R TUNER_SDA
RD162 22R TUNER_SCL
CD152 CD153
33pF 33pF
A A
Title
MSD3393
Size Document Number Rev
Custom TUNER 1.0
Date: Thursday, January 17, 2013 Sheet 7 of 9
5 4 3 2 1
5 4 3 2 1
D808 TO-220B 20100CTR
1 2012-06-01 DQ806 ?Q809 ET-252 M9
1 2
D806 3 2 D808 ?D812 
3
T102 NC/EFD25 TO-220B Q806
T103 EFD25 20100CTR QM3005D 12VA
D803 D804 1 L806 2 3 +12V
RL207 2A/60A/1KV/1.0V RL207 2A/60A/1KV/1.0V 1 +12VB
10
3 2
3
10 1 3 2 3uH-5A
D807 D805 NC 3 C1040 C1041 EC806 C1042
C1035 +

1
NP1 C1038
RL207 2A/60A/1KV/1.0V RL207 2A/60A/1KV/1.0V + EC805 8
6 C1022 C1039 + 220uF/16V 0.1μF/25V
47uF/100uF/450V 12V C1081 0.1uF/50V R858 0.1uF/50V
+ + 22nF/25V
C1034 11
2 7 2200PF-50V 470uF/16V +3.3Vstb 10K
R865 2
NC 12V 1000uF/25V 1000uF/25V
4700PF-400V R867 47R/1206
68KΩ-2W

1N4148
WX1D809 26 :FR107; /3X/4X RS ---- TUV

D812
10k
R319
R870
D811 JK2 C:1N4007;
NP2 C1037
R881 R882 33K
YX1Z7Q[, NB2 R869 47R/1206 2200PF-50V
26 :\GFR107 B1N4007 12
1
NC/1M NC/1M 1
12
3 4
NC/FR107 C1056 R875
R877 Q808 R874
R878 0.1uF/50V 2 PWR-ON/OFF
LF801 470k 470k 10k 100K
R876 3904
10R R880 6
8 10
4 H:ON
D
2 1 D809 6
8 GND 9
5 C1051 D
470K D801 GND L:OFF
+ 1N4007 1nF
22V-1/2W C1053
60mH ^`0.45mm U807 10uF-50V NP2
5

CX1 NB1
FR107

JR1 0R-1206
5
9
D810
VDD

5
9
3 12
2
RI 6 5V JR2 0R-1206
GATE 4
R883 R884 R886 4 JR3 0R-1206
4
FB7

11
3
10Ω

1M CS
GND

1M NC/24K 2 5V
FB
R885 R888
2

1M 1M
1

R889 Q810 C24


3906
SMK0870F 101-1KV 0.1μF/25V
100R Q811 2012.12.01 DQ809 E252 M9]^
3
C001 U2 C17

1
CY800 CY801 R890 +G(21 HIEMC Q809
5Vstb
1

QM3014D +5V 5VA


10K 10nF/25V L2 10uH-3.8A

NC/SS

BS
C1068 TO252-DPAK
R893 +12VB 2 3

1
R891 VIN SW
1000PF-50V 1K 470R +12VB
R892 22R-0805 D4 C1066

1
4 3 R27 5
EC3 MP2303 FB R26 220uF/16V
C25 100K C1061 +
LF800 +
R894 22R

1
SS24

COMP
220uF/25V 0.1μF/25V NC/200R 0.1uF

GND

2
2
2 1 7 9 + +
4

C1069 100PF R898 R899 ON/OFF GND EC5


U808 1K 36K RT8296A C22 C1063

4
6

2
0.1uF
RT1 PC817 3.3nF/25V 220uF/16V
C1070 NC/2.2uF EC4
3

RV1 R900 R31 470uF/16V


14D561K 47K C26 C23 R34
1K R32
R895 1R2-1206 C1071 0.1uF 1000PF/50V
RDH5-3A-W 7.5K/0603 200K
F800 R896 1R2-1206
JP8 100PF-50V
R897 1R2-1206 U809
JP4 R903 1R2-1206 R35
TL431
+5V 1
2 1 R901 R902 R36 36K
2 100K 10K 5.6K 1% 12VA
3 TP1
JP3 4 5VA
1

JP7 TP2
CY802
+12V 1 5Vstb 2200PF-250V 5Vstb
2 PWR-ON/OFF 1 TP3
CN800 2 PWR-ON/OFF
2Pin-7.92mm TP4
C FOR CPT C
SRQ2
TP5
4546 1
1
2
3 2
3
TV1941-WJ21-01
SRQ1
1
C40 R70 2 1
C39 22Ω-1206
3 2
18.5:;24:<9FGU5 Y=^FGU5+U3 L807 φ12*r8*H4mm-47uH 220PF-50V 220PF-50V 3
12VA D10 SS310 TV2641-WJ21-01
26:FG>?@A 2 1
+12V
R850 FG<9 8+ B=8

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L805 NC/22uH/3.8A D9 SS310
R720
2 1 LED+ Vout=1.25× ;R826+R823 >/R826
+ C38 L=MFR826 $ER823
20K C1021 1uF R823 !N"#$%OPQ
470uF/50V
Q103 51K
U3 R700 EC1026 C1026
MDD1951 + + C931
47R OVP
AP3608E R721 DRV TO252-DPAK 0.1uF/50V
LED1 1 20 R832 10K ON/BK 10K 100uF/50V NC/47uF/50V SRQ4
CH1 EN +5V C37
C34 1
LED2 2 19 2 1
CH2 VCC 0.1uF/50V 2
1 14 R826
LED3 3 18 UVLO SS 100PF-50V 1.5K SCT105-WJ21-04
CH3 AGND OVP 2 13
LED4 4 17 DB C15 C18 OV COMP
CH4 SDBX ON/BK R14 U5 FB
R831 3 12
EN AP3039A FB
5 16 SHD 51K 1uF 0.1uF C35 R839 R2297
PGND1 SDB 10K
+12V 4 11 SHD
6 15 R830 FB VIN SHDN 0.1uF/50V 3.3K 10K CN2
PGND2 FB 20K 5 10 LED+ 3 1
LED5 VCC AGND 3 1
7 14 4 2
CH5 ISET DRV 6 9 4 2
R65 0.3Ω-0805
LED6 8 13 BX R828 R829 OUT CS NC/HEADER 2
CH6 FBX R68 0.3Ω-0805
7 8 C31
C14 PGND RT C32 R69 0.3Ω-0805 R750
LED7 9 12 15K 75K C27 NC/47R
CH7 NC FB1
1000PF/25V
B LED8 10 11 Iout=1.194×400/(R828//R829) 1uF 1uF R18 10nF/25V B
CH8 PWM R856 R860
470K C750
NC/1R-1206 NC/1R-1206
R76 NC/100pF
10K
BL-ADJUST
26:FG0R BC:D23EF
R850

LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4

CN804
1
2
3

LED9
LED10
LED11
LED12

CN806
1
2
3

LED LED1
LED2

CN802
1 LED1
CN803
1 JP1
R834 R835 4 4 2 LED2
LED1 LED2 LED5 LED6 +5V SHD LED3 LED3 2 LED7
5 5 3 6
NC NC LED+ LED+ LED4 LED4 3 LED5 6
NC/100R 6 6 4 5
LED+ LED+ LED+ LED+ 4 LED+ 5
4
FGCN2 8+ 7
8
7
8
5
6
5 3 4
R836 LED5 LED13 LED5 LED5 6 LED3 3
R837 9 9 7 2
LED3 LED4 LED7 LED8 LED6 LED14 LED6 LED6 7 LED1 2
10 10 8 1
LED7 LED15 LED7 LED7 8 1
NC NC 11 11 9
LED8 LED16 LED8 LED8 9
12 12 10 10
12pin-0.5mm-_I 12pin-0.5mm-_I NC/10pin-0.5mm-_I
NC/10pin-0.5mm-_I
1 CN2 G718.5 ?21.6 U3 U4 8D10 9
U4 2 CN805 CN806 G726",CN2 9
R843 R845
AP3608E NC/510K NC/20K 3 CN804 G723.6, U4 8
LED9 1 20 R838 10K ON/BK BL-ADJUST FB FB1
CH1 EN +5V
LED10 2 19
CH2 VCC
R844
LED11 3
CH3 AGND
18 NC/200K
+3.3V_Normal +3.3V_Normal
TO INVERTER
LED12 4 17 C16 C20
CH4 SDBX
5 16 DB 1uF 0.1uF RD34 RD35 RD36
PGND1 SDB
NC/10K 1K
6 15 BX 10K
PGND2 FB RD157 100R ON/BK
R848 R846

3
LED13 7 14 LED9 LED10 LED11 LED12 QD4
CH5 ISET BKLON RD37 2.2K 1 CD131 +3.3V_Normal
NC NC 2 VBL_CTRL 3904
LED14 8 13 R841 R842
CH6 FBX 0.1uF
15K 75K

2
LED15 9 12 R849 2 BRI_ADJ RD38 4.7K
CH7 NC RD39
LED13 LED14 R847
LED16 10 11 LED15 LED16 10K
A CH8 PWM Iout=1.194×400/(R841//R842) NC RD40 1K BL-ADJUST A

3
NC
R853 1 QD5
10K 3904 CD46
BL-ADJUST

2
NC/2.2uF
Title
MSD3393
Size Document Number Rev
Custom
POWER 1.0
Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 Sheet 9 of 9
5 4 3 2 1
Service Manual
Model No.:

7-3 .Wiring Connection Diagram

1
2 3
4

NO. Name
1 Connection Wire(For Speaker)
2 Connection Wire(For Keyboard and Remote)
3 LVDS Wire
4 Connection wire(Blacklight )
5

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Model No.:

8. Measurements and Adjustments

1. PICTURE MENU
Note:
In this menu,you can adjust the picture options,
1) Audio language is available in ATSC/TVmode only.
such as contrast, brightness, etc.
2) Auto volume is available only when the input signal
Press to select, press OK to adjust.
volume is too large or there is distortion.
TV Picture Mode Energy Saving
Contrast 50 3. SETUP menu
Brightness 50
In this menu, you can adjust the Menu language,
Sharpness 50
Picture
Tint 50 Closed Caption, adjust the sleep timer, time zone,
Audio Color 50 Restore Default, etc.
Color Temperature Press to select, press OK to adjust.
Setup Advaced Video

Lock TV Menu Language English


Closed Caption
MENU Back Move OK ENTER Steep Timer off
Picture
Time Zone Pacific
Audio DST off
Note: Time Format 12-hour
1) If you want to adjust contrast, brightness, color, and Clock
sharpness, the picture mode will be set to user. Setup Restor Default
2) Adjust the color tempertaure to Cool to give the white colors Software Update
a blue tint, Normal to give the white colors a neutral tint, Warm Lock

to give the white colors a red tint.


Energy Saving picture mode is the default setting, if you select MENU Back Move OK ENTER

some other options, the power consumption may change.

3.1 Closed Caption

CC Mode CC On
1.1 VGA Setting
When a PC is connected, you can adjust the VGA settings. Basic Selection CC1
1) H-Pos: Adjust the horizontal position of the screen. Advanced Selection Servicel
2) V-Pos: Adjust the vertical position of the screen.
3) Clock: Fine tune the screen width. Option

4) Phase: Fine tune the phase of the screen. Usually you


don't adjust this item.
5) Auto: Auto adjust to fit the screen.
OK

VGA Setting
H-Pos 50

V-Pos 38
1) CC Mode: Switch the closed caption mode.
2) Advanced selection: only available in ATSC.
Clock 50 3) Option: Used to edit the CC font.
Phase 17
Note:
Auto
1) Restore Default: Restore Default will clear all the
OK Cancel
saved channels and reset all of the settings to the
factory default values.

2.AUDIO menu
In this menu, you can ajust the sound options.
Press to select, press OK to adjust.

TV Sound Mode Standard


Bass 50
Picture Treble 50
Balance 50
MTS Stereo
Audio Digital Output RAW
Surround Sound Off
Setup Audio Only Off
Auto Volume Off
Lock

MENU Back Move OK ENTER

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OPERATION

4.LOCK MENU And use the OK key to lock/unlock Parental


In this menu, you can change the password and adjust Controls .
the vchip settings.
Enter the password, to enter the lock menu. The 2) MPAA: Switching the movie-rating control level;
factory default password is 0000. N/A, G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17, X.
TV Enter Password

----- OK
Rating Description
Picture
System Lock
Audio US G General audiences, All Ages admitted
Canada
Parental Guidance suggested. Some material may not be
Setup RRT Setting PG
Reset RRT
Suitable for children.
Change Password Parents strongly cautioned. Some material .may be
Lock
Age PG-13 Inappropriate for children under 13.
Restrict. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult
MENU Back Move OK ENTER R
guardian(age varies in some jurisdictions)

4.1 Change Password NC-17 No one 17 and under admitted.


1)Old password: Input the old password. X is an older rating that is unified with NC-17 but may be
X
2)New password: Input the new password. encoded in the data of older movies.
3)Confirm password: Input the new password again.
4.4 Canada
4.2 System Lock Press OK , to display the following screen.
When the System Lock switch is ON, the options
listed below can be adjusted. Canada
4.3 US
Canada Eng
Press OK to display the following screen.
Canada Fre
US

TV

MPAA

OK

OK 1) Canada English: Switching the English rating control


level: EXEMPT, C, C8+, G, PG, 14+, 18+.

1) TV: Press OK display the following screen.

TV RATING
ALL
FV
V
S
L
D

OK

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OPERATION

Rating Description Air/Cable Cable


Auto Scan
TV
E Exempt: Includes news, sports, documents and other information Favorite
programming: talk shows, music videos, and variety programming. Picture
Show/Hide
DTV Signal
C Children: Intended for younger children under the age of 8 years.
Pays careful attention to themes that could threaten their sense of Audio e-Manual
securityand well-being.
Setup
C8+ Children over 8 years old: Contains no portrayal of violence as the
preferred, acceptable, or only way to resolve conflict; nor encourage
Lock
children to imitate dangerous acts which they may see on the screen .
G General: Considered acceptable for all age groups, Appropriate MENU Back Move OK ENTER
viewing for the entire family, contains very little violence, physical,
verbal or emotional.
Age PG Parental Guidance: Intended for a general audience, but may not be 5.1 Air/Cable:
suitable for younger children (under the age of 8) because it could Select Air TV signal or cable TV signal.
contain controversial themes or issues. 5.2 Channel Scan:
14+ Over 14 Years: Could contain themes where violence is one of the If it's the first time you use the TV, you should scan all
dominant elements of the storyline But it must be integral to the
devel opment of plot or character. Language usage could be profane
the TV channels first.
and nudity , present within the context of theme. Press OK to confirm and to display the following
18+ Adults: Intended for viewers 18 years and older and might contain screen.
depictions of violence, which while related to the development of
plot, character or themes, are intended for adult viewing. Could Air/Cable Cable
contain graphic language and portrayals of secretary and nudity. Channel Scan
TV
Enter
Picture
Favorite
Audio Show/Hide
2) Canada French: Switching the French-rating control DTV Signal
e-Manual
level: E, G, 8ANS+, 13 ANS+, 16ANS+, 18ANS+. Setup

Lock

MENU Back Move OK ENTER


Rating Description

E Exempt programming
Status Scanning
G General :All ages and children, contains minimal direct violence,
but may be integrated into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic Analog Channels: 0
manner .
Digital Channels: 0
8ans+ General but inadvisable for young children :May be viewed by a
wide public audience, but could contain scenes disturbing to
Age
children under 8 who cannot distinguish between imaginary and 5 %...
real situations. Recommended for viewing with paren.
13ans+ Over 13 years: Could contain scenes of frequent violent scenes MENU
and in tense violence.

16ans+ Over 16 years: Could contain frequent violent scenes and violence.

18ans+ Over 18 years: Only for adult viewing. Could contain frequent 5.3 Favorite:
violent scenes and extreme violence. Press OK to choose/delete favorite channels.
5.4 Show/Hide
4.5 RRT setting Press OK to display/ hide the current channel.
In ATSC digital TV mode, it can be adjusted 5.5 DTV signal
4.6 Reset RRT: Display the DTV signal strength . It can't be selected or
Press OK to reset the RRT settings to the factory adjusted.
default values. 5.6 e-Manual
The use of user guide

5. TV MENU
In this menu, you can adjust digital and analog TV
Channels.
Press to select, press OK to adjust.

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Model No.:

8.1 How to enter into the factory model


1. You can press "source-2-5-8-0" to go into factory setting. Presse the key "exit"
to shut the factory setting.

content:
1: ADC setup: set ADC value of YUV,VGA. It can also be auto-set. Adopt 100%
color bar to yuv and Checkerboard signal to vga.
2:Adjust the brightness and contrast ratio of each signal, which do not affect the
value of user's menu.
3: adjust the color temperature and white balance of each signal source.
4: SSC to adjust the spectrum for passing the EMC test.
5:special set
1)2hour off-- for Aging test
2)WDT --watch dog
3)white pattern --set pure color output for the panel, used at the checking and
aging test for panel.
4)reset
5)set the recorder
6)set power-on screen display.
6:QMAP adjust :adjust color quality.
7:PEQ set sound EQ
8:sw information: to check the sofeware information
9:UART DEBUG : Access to serial port and connect a computer if set to HK.
10:BMTEST :cpu check the CPU
The last line is SW Ver.No

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Service Manual
Model No.:

8.2 How to update software


Haier MSD3393 F/W upgrade with USB SOP
Step 1: Ready for F/W Upgrade
1.1 Prepare a USB memory .
&RS\WKHVRIWZDUH¿OH PHUJELQ IURP\RXUFRPSXWHUWRWKH86%PHPRU\DQGUHPRYH
it from computer’s USB port!
Step 2: F/W Upgrade
2.1 AC ON

2.2,then input USB , press "MENU" and choose "update software", and then press "OK".

2.3,Now you should choose "Yes",TV begin to update.You should reset TV after update.

Note: When Upgrade on the process, please don’t Power-Off!

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Model No.:

8.3 How to enter into the hotel model


1. You can press "source-1-0-0-1" to go into the hotel model. Presse the key "exit"
to shut the hotel model.

Content:

1.Hotel Mode: Hotel mode switch


2.Panel Key Lock: Panel key lock
3.Max Volume: Hotel mode can adjust the maximum volume
4.Start Source: Hotel mode locking TV signal source
5.Start Channel: Hotel mode locking program channels
6.Start Menu Display: Hotel Mode menu is displayed
7.Input Source Change: Hotel mode is to display the Source
8.Save to USB: TV related equipment will be copied to the system, U disk ,
to other machines used for cloning
9.Loaking: U disk data will be cloned into the machine
10.Volume Default

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Model No.:

9. Trouble shooting

9-1. Simple check

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Service Manual
Model No.:

9-2. Main board failure check

No picture but
have sound

Check if U3 and U4 Pin20


˄3.3V˅ǃPin11˄5V˅ǃ No
Check if there is about No Pin19˄5V˅;U5 ˖ Replace U3 or
+30V at C931 Pin2(0.72V)ǃPin3 U5, U4
˄5V˅ǃPin4(12V)ǃ
Yes Pin6(5.7V) is normal
No Yes
Check if there is +12V at
Pin35 in J1
Check if Q103 ǃ No Replace
Yes Replace the ǃ D10ǃ D9 ǃ Q103ǃ
QD6 is working D9 ǃD10ǃ
Change LVDS wire

Still having
Change Panel
problems

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Service Manual
Model No.:

No sound but have picture

Check if there is Check the input source


sound input signal No

Yes
check the signal input
Check if there is signal at C710 and C745 No
circuit of C710,C745

Yes
No
Check if there is +5V at Pin8 of U702 Change U702

Yes
No
Change LD3
Check if there is +12V at Pin15 and Pin28 of U705
Yes
No
Change UD3
Check if there is input at Pin3ǃPin12 of UD3

Yes
No
Check if there is output at Pin1ǃPin4 of J17 Change LD5 LD7
LD8 LD9

Check the
speakers

Still having problems Change Mainboard

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No sound No picture

Check if there is voltage No


pressure in the pad of the CHANGE
L806˄12V˅ˈ L2(5V) Q810

Yes

Check if the voltage No


Change U1
pressure of JP7 Pin2 is high
voltage pressure (More
than 3V)

Yes
Change
Mainboard

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No sound No picture No light

No

Check if the power cord Connect the


is correctly connected power cord to the
socket
Yes

No
Check if there is voltage Replace D806 or
pressure in JP3(12V) ଞ U2
JP7 pin1(5Vstb)

Yes

Check if CD94ஂ1.15Vஃଞ
Replace CD85ஂ1.8VஃଞCD97ஂ
Remote 3.3V)when working No
Control Board Chang UD9 or UD7 or UD8

Yes

Chang Still having Change


U1 problems Mainboard

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Poor sound

Poor sound

Verify if sound system is No Change sound


correct . system

For ease of use, recommend that customer format the picture and sound
settings in the automatic option.
Update the software and
Still having make the reboot;
problems or change the
Mainboard

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No color for some channel program (black and
white)

No color for some


channel program (blac
k and white)

Verify if the same No


Check out of picture and sound
problem exists in
system of this channel
other channels

Yes

check out of picture No Change the channel to the right


and sound system sound system (PAL-M/N PAL-D/K )

Yes

Refer to relative
instructions in the
Manual for color adjust
Updata the software and
Still having make the reboot;
problems or change the maiboard

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How to know whether the Power board is broken?

Check if the power cord No Reconnect the power cord with


connect well? the outlet or Power board.
Yes

Power on and check if No


5V standby on the Replace U1
Power board exists ?

Yes
Check if there is high No
level (2.5V-5.0V) at Replace U1
Pin2 in JP7

Yes
No Check if the break in the power
Check JP3 voltage of 12V
circuit
and JP8 of 5V
No

Replace Q806 or Q809

Still having Check if Main board / LVDS wire / Panel are


problems in good condition ?

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• Mainboard not work ™ Panel not work
• 1. check if the power supply have ™ 1. check if the voltage input and
12V and 5V output output of boost IC is working
• 2.Verify if the DC/DC convertors normally.
have the right output ™ 2.Verify if the Mainboard output the
(5V,3.3V,1.8V,1.15V) right On/Off signal to power board;
•3.Verify if the Mainchip(MSD3393), ™ 3.Verify if the Mainboard output the
AudioAMP…solder well; LVDS singal to panel T-con board
•4.Verify if the FLASH(U18) has the ™ 4.Verify if the software is the right
right software and work well; version of this model.
• 5.Verify if the Y1(Crystal) has the ™ 5.Change the LVDS wire to check
right frequency if it’s broken.

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™ Power board not work
™ 1.Verify if the power cord connect well?
™ 2.check if the power supply if working
normally ; check if the power supply of
+5Vstandby is working normally;
™ 3. check if the POWER ON/OFF
voltage is high pressure;
™ 4.check if the power supply have
+12V/+5V output;
™ Check if Main board / LVDS wire /
Panel are in good condition ?

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Service Manual
Model No.:

9-3. Pannel failure


Failure Mode

Part Name Description Phenomena Failure cause


Block Defect :TCP cracking or cracking
Dim or L/D :TCP Sunken
V B/D Vertical bar
:TCP lead cracking
:ACF bonding short
:Awful environment and
something electric enter
V Dim Vertal gray line into LCD
:Mis-align between TCP and
Panel
Vertical color :Panel failure
V L/D line(light or dark :TCP failure
forever)
TCP

H B/D Horizontal bar

Horizontal gary
H Dim
line

Horizontal
H L/D line(light or dark
forever)

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Service Manual
Model No.:

Part Name Description Phenomena Failure cause


Incoming Inspection
Bright dot dark dot in Standard
Dot Defect
pannel

Bladder between Polarizer


and top glass
Polarizer Bubble Bladder in Polarizer

Panel or
Polarlzer Tine or rigidity arose

Polarizer Scratch Polarizer Scratch

Eyewinker inside Polarizer


F / M i n s i d e Eyewinker inside
Polarizer Polarizer

1.Chip lose action


Abnormal Display Abnormal Display 2.IC ahort or jointiog bad
3.Pannel and vsc connect
Circuit bad
Bright and dark
Flashing
display alternately

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Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part Name Description Phenomena Failure cause


White Screen B/L normal,
only white screen
display
Maybe caused
Black Screen B/L normal, by surge current
only Black screen and EDS
display

FIIcker Crosstalk
LCD
Vcom imbalance
Circuit
Abnormal Color Only
Capacitance
color abormal
improper bring
crosstalk inside
LCD pannel
Only
1.Chip
Abnormal Color color abnormal
lose action
2.IC short or
jointion bad
3.Pannel and vsc
connect bad

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Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part Name Description Phenomena Failure cause


Mechanlcal When Caused
Nolse turn panel,appear by Mechanica
cacophony noise of backlight
unit
Ripple Connectric circle Causeed by
between
mechanism and
pannel
B/L off B/L lose action *Connect
badness
between wire and
electrode

B/L dark B/L brightness *Connect


darker than badnessShort
normal between wire and
electrode

B/L B/L Operation


wire damaged wire damaged abnormal
or systemic noise
B/L wire open Without backlight Operation
abnormal
or systemic noise
B/L shut down B/L shutdown in Short bitween
sometime lamp housing and
wire, Because
consume power
too much
F/M F/M F/M in B/L unit
inB/L ,white,balck
Rotundity
or wirelike

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Service Manual
Model No.:

Failure Mode

Part Name Description Phenomena Failure cause


Brightness B/L unit badness
at bottom of LCM
Light leakage brighter
than normal
B/L brightness Sheet in B/L unit
Mechanlcal or B/ asymmetric is uneven
L Uniformity

Lack screw *Lack screw


Mount hole or screw damage Screw damage

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Haier Industrial Park, No.1, Haier Road
266101, Qingdao, China
http://www.haier.com

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