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PDM-4210
Be sure to read this manual before servicing. To assure safety from fire, electric shock, injury, harmful radiation
and materials, various measures are provided in this Plasma Monitor.
1. Since Panel Module and front Filter are made of glass, handling the broken Module and Filter shall be
taken care sufficiently in order not to be injured
2. Replacing work shall be started after the Panel Module and the AC/DC Power supply become suff ciently
cool.
3. Special care shall be taken to the display area in order not to damage its surface.
4. The Panel Module shall not be touched with bare hand to protect its surface from stains.
5. It is recommended to use clean soft gloves during the replacing work in order to protect not only the dis-
play area of the Panel Module but also a serviceman himself.
6. The Chip Tube of Panel Module (located upper left of the back and surrounded by frame) and flexible
cables connecting Panel glasses to drive circuit PWBs are very weak, so shall be taken care sufficiently
not to break. If you break Chip Tube, the Panel doesn't display anything forever.
CONTENTS
1. Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
3. Service points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4. Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
5. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
6. Self diagnosis function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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PLASMA MONITOR

SERVICE MANUAL
SERVICE MANUAL
Caution
Service Warning
7. Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
8. Connection diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
9. Wiring diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
10. Disassembly diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
11. Replacement parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
12. Diagnosis of the Panel Module . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    PLASMA MONITOR PDM-4210 SERVICE MANUAL SERVICE MANUAL Caution Be sure to read this manual before servicing. To assure safety from fire, electric shock, injury, harmful radiation and materials, various measures are provided in this Plasma Monitor. Service Warning 1. Since Panel Module and front Filter are made of glass, handling the broken Module and Filter shall be taken care sufficiently in order not to be injured 2.

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    PDM-4210 MEMO...

  • Page 3: Features

    PDM-4210 PRECAUTIONS How to clean the plasma screen panel of the monitor Before cleaning the monitor, turn off the monitor and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. To prevent scratching or damaging the plasma screen face, do not knock or rub the surface with sharp or hard objects.

  • Page 4: Specifications

    PDM-4210 2. Specifications Display Approx. 42 inches (922 (H) x 522 (V) mm, diagonal 1059mm) dimensions Panel Resolution 1024 (H) x 1024 (V) pixels Net dimensions 1030 (W) x 636 (H) x 91 (D) mm (excluding Speakers/Stand) Net weight 34.9kg...

  • Page 5: Service Points

    PDM-4210 3. Service points Lead free solder This product uses lead free solder (unleaded) to help preserve the environment. Please read these instructions before attempting any soldering work. Caution: Always wear safety glasses to prevent fumes or molten solder from getting into the eyes. Lead free solder can splatter at high temperatures (600˚C).

  • Page 6: Adjustment

    PDM-4210 4. Adjustment How to get to Adjustment mode Using the front control buttons with the set turned off (standby) can activate it. Press the SUB-POWER( ) button, INPUT SELECT( ) button and button at the same time, and hold for more than 5 seconds.

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    PDM-4210 Service adjustment items by I C-bus control : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 0 R DRIVE1 [TV/VIDEO/DSUB-COMP] COOL 1 G DRIVE1...

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 89 AFC _ GAIN (AV2) 90 AFC _ GAIN (AV3) 91 AFC _ GAIN (AV4)

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 178 Free 179 Free 180 Terminal Mode Function available 0:Not Available, 1:Available RS232C 181 Free...

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 267 Correction for Tracking (DCBON) TV/VIDEO-Color Temp. : COOL 268 Correction for Tracking (DCBON) TV/AV-Col. Temp. : Nor/War...

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 356 SEPA _ LEVEL _ DSUB 480i/576i 357 SEPA _ LEVEL _ DSUB 480p/576p 358 SEPA _ LEVEL _ DSUB...

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 445 Vertical Coring Level (Enhancer Gain) AS[VECOR0 _ P1] NT1-RF AS[VECOR0 _ P2] 446 Vertical Coring Level (Enhancer Gain)

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel [YVNLP1 _ P1] [YHHPF0 _ P1] 535 Horizontal HPF Peak Freq. SW for Y/G NTSC/ PAL / Multi picture...

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    PDM-4210 : should be adjusted : should be followed previous data Default Changed Component Function Maximum ADJ. FORMATTER VIDEO Adjustment Items Mode Value 42" Panel 623 Y OUT LEVEL I (6.0) For Asia 624 Y OUT LEVEL B/G (5.5) For Europe 625 Y OUT LEVEL D/K (6.5) For Europe...

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    PDM-4210 The Expression of input signal mode (format) Video Judgment of Video Input PAL1: S and Composite of PAL/SECAM System Mode Input H.Frequency Setup PAL2: Component of PAL (YCBCR) 15.75kHz Auto PAL2 PAL3: Component of PAL (YPBPR) (576i) SDTV/DVD PAL2...

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    PDM-4210 Item Vs and Va VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT Preparation Procedure (1) Keep heat-run for 1 minutes or more. (1) If the difference between the printed voltage of Vs and the indicated value of Vs Voltmeter is over 0.1V, adjust the Vs ADJ VR located upward on the Power Supply Unit to make it within 0.1V.

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    PDM-4210 Item AUTOMATIC SIGNAL LEVEL ADJUSTMENT –RGB (1) Preparation Procedure (1) Input the adjustment signal of VGA (60Hz) (1) Select RGB2 and enter the service adjustment format into RGB2 [D-sub] input terminal. mode. the adjustment signal (2) Select No.700 “RGB Amp. Gain ADJ.” and press...

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    PDM-4210 Item AUTOMATIC SIGNAL LEVEL ADJUSTMENT –VIDEO Preparation Procedure (1) Input the adjustment signal of 576p or 480p (1) Select AV1 and enter the service adjustment mode. format into AV1 input terminal. the adjustment signal (2) Select No.703 “Automatic White peak Adj. (Multi)”...

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    PDM-4210 Item COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT -PC Preparation Procedure [Adjustment of Cool mode] (1) Set CRT COLOR ANALYZER at the center of (1) Enter the service adjustment mode, and confirm the screen panel. that No.12(R), 13(G) and 14(B) are all 255. If the some data are not, set to 255.

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    PDM-4210 Item COLOR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT -VIDEO Preparation Procedure [Adjustment of Cool mode] (1) Set CRT COLOR ANALYZER at the center of (1) Enter the service adjustment mode, and confirm the screen panel. that No.0(R), 1(G) and 2(B) are all 255. If the some data are not, set to 255.

  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    PDM-4210 5. Troubleshooting How to get to Burn-in mode This mode displays the test patterns of some single color raster in turn. These signals are from built-in generator of PDP panel. So it can be presumed that maybe the panel has some trouble when the screen of Burn-in mode is abnormal.

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    PDM-4210 Troubleshooting (POWER) Power cannot be turned on (LED does not light) Is the input voltage applied to Power supply unit? (CN61 AC Fuse FILTER PWB AC inlet Power switch F901 T6.3AH 250V Are the voltages applied to CN63 pins...

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    PDM-4210 Picture is not dis p la y ed ( LED is li g htin g) Is the LED red or green/orange? green/orange Is Voltage applied to CN63 pin of the Power supply unit? Is it the power saving mode?

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    PDM-4210 Troubleshooting (PICTURE) [VIDEO PWB Circuit] No picture, no color or dark Single picture or Main picture Sub picture Trouble of Sub picture Are waveforms at pin1(Y), Pin3(CB) and pin5(CR) Check Formatter PWB of PYM? Are waveforms at pin 37(Y), 36(CB) Check Q205, Q206, Q207 etc.

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    PDM-4210 Trouble of Sub picture Are waveforms at pin1(Y), pin3(CB) and pin5(CR) Check FORMATTER PWB of PYS? Are waveforms at pin 33(Y), 32(CB) Check Q208, Q209, Q214, Q215, etc. and 31(CR) of I202? Component Input Video Input Are waveforms at pin45(Y), 47(CB)

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    PDM-4210 Troubleshooting (Synchronization) [VIDEO PWB Circuit] No Sync. Single picture or Main picture Sub picture Trouble of Sub picture Are waveform at TP01(H) and Check FORMATTER PWB. TP02(V) ? Are waveform at pin 16(H) and Check I602 28(V) of I601?

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    PDM-4210 Trouble of Sub picture Are waveforms at TP03(H) and Check Formatter PWB. TP04(V) ? Are waveforms at pin 19(H) and Check I602 29(V) of I601? Component Input (without 480i/576i) Video Input / Component (480i/576i) Are waveforms at pin1(H) and...

  • Page 28: Self Diagnosis Function

    PDM-4210 6. Self-Diagnosis Function This chassis has 2 modes of self-diagnosis function. (1) PDP panel check mode: It indicates the one latest record of the PDP panel failure with blinking of the power indication light (LED). (2) Signal circuit check mode: It indicates the check result on some points of the signal circuit and the history of them with On-Screen Display (OSD).

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    PDM-4210 Signal circuit self-diagnosis function This function is for the failure of the signal circuit, for example the phenomenon as below: "Sometimes power turns off abnormally." "Sometimes picture disappears abnormally." To enter to this Self-Diagnosis mode, follow the next steps: Preparation: 1) The Power Cord should be connected to AC line and the Main Power switch should be turned on.

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    PDM-4210 MEMO...

  • Page 31: Block Diagram

    PDM-4210 7. Block diagram...

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    PDM-4210 SPRLY LED OFF LED OFF DTC. MUTE TACT SW PWB LED/RECEIVER PWB RELAY DRIVE BU4052 SCL2 <I403> TRUBASS CONT. MUTE DRIVE SDA2 RGB2 Audio IN NJW1136 NJM2192AM TA2021B <IC401> <IC402> <IC404> Lch IN SP OUT Lch MASTER VOL. MUTE...

  • Page 33: Connection Diagram

    PDM-4210 8. Connection diagram...

  • Page 34: Wiring Diagram

    PDM-4210 9. Wiring diagram POWER UNIT CN64 No.1 CN69 PANEL X-SUS PANEL Y-SUS CN68 NVS7 (*1) P#GX00402 No.3 No.2 No.3 (*4) CABLE5 CABLE2 CABLE3 To FORMATTER PWB No.4 CABLE6 CABLE7 PANEL LOGIC (*3) P#2169512 CABLE4 NVS5 CABLE1 To next page...

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    PDM-4210 CNPPS No.6 (*4) POWER UNIT Wind the wire by 1 turn. P#2169512 NVS3 PANEL Y-SUS PANEL X-SUS (*4) CN61 Wind the wire by 1 turn. P#2169513 NVS2 #00W3 SK binder Fix the No.7 SP TERMINAL R PWB SP TERMINAL L PWB...

  • Page 36: Disassembly Diagram

    PDM-4210 10. Disassembly diagram #800 U001 RGB 1 RGB 2 MUTE AUTO PinP SIZE RECALL MENU ID SET...

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    PDM-4210 The figure of FHP Panel Module Rear view LOGIC PWB ASS’Y X-SUS PWB ASS’Y Y-SUS PWB ASS’Y The state of a panel simple substance. Manufactured at FHP factory. Manufactured at FHP factory. Manufactured at FHP factory. PANEL X-SUS PANEL Y-SUS...

  • Page 38: Replacement Parts List

    PDM-4210 11. Replacement parts list Ref. Ref. PART NO. Description Remarks Markets PART NO. Description Remarks Markets AAX53980 AUDIO PWB JP06931 * #451 AAX54330 POWER BUTTON PANEL PH31142 AAX54010 FILTER PWB (LED/RECEIVER PWB, TACT PWB, SP TERMINAL PWB) JP06942 * #452...

  • Page 39: Diagnosis Of The Panel Module

    PDM-4210 12. Diagnosis of the Panel Module 12.1 P.C.B.s Layout Information FPF42C128128UC-55...

  • Page 40: Block Diagrams

    PDM-4210 12.2 Block Diagrams 12.2.1 Signal Diagrams X-SUS B. Y-SUS B. X-SUS Y-SUS EVEN SW EVEN SW X-SCAN Y-SCAN EVEN SW EVEN SW X-SUS Y-SUS ODD SW ODD SW X-SCAN Y-SCAN ODD SW ODD SW ADM1 ADM2 ADM3 ADM4 ADM5 ADM6 ADM7 ADM8 ABUSL B.

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    PDM-4210 12.2.2 Power Diagrams X-SUS B. Y-SUS B. X-SUS Y-SUS EVEN SW EVEN SW X-SCAN Y-SCAN EVEN SW EVEN SW X-SUS Y-SUS ODD SW ODD SW X-SCAN Y-SCAN ODD SW ODD SW ADM1 ADM2 ADM3 ADM4 ADM5 ADM6 ADM7 ADM8...

  • Page 42

    PDM-4210 12.3 Fault Symptom Fault Fault status Suspected contents fault location Entire screen After momentarily going on, the X-SUS does not screen becomes black Y-SUS light. immediately or after a few seconds. (Main power is turned Panel chassis off.) LOGIC...

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    PDM-4210 Fault contents Fault status Suspected fault location Horizontal bar Bar width of 1/8 or multiples of Panel chassis 1/8 of the screen height, is displayed. Abnormal (Screen does not light) Bar width of 1/2 of the screen Panel chassis height.

  • Page 44

    PDM-4210 12.4 Disassembling and Reassembling Unless otherwise specified, use the torque screwdriver for screw tightening, following the tightening torques below. Screw size Tightening torque 69±0.049Nm (7±0.5kg • 1.18±0.098Nm (12±1.0kg • 12.4.1 Exploded View (10)

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    PDM-4210 12.4.2 X-SUS Circuit Board Removal/Installation Procedure When removing the circuit board after the main power is turned on/off, wait for at Note least one minute before starting to remove the circuit board. If the circuit board removal is started immediately after turning off the main power, it can result in electric shock or damage to the circuit due to residual electric charge.

  • Page 46

    PDM-4210 (6) Remove the X-SUS board. Make sure that you do not to hold the heat sink when removing the Y-SUS board.

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    PDM-4210 12.4.3 Y-SUS Circuit Board Removal/Installation Procedure When removing the circuit board after the main power is turned on/off, wait for at Note least one minute before starting to remove the circuit board. If the circuit board removal is started immediately after turning off the main power, it can result in electric shock or damage to the circuit due to residual electric charge.

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    PDM-4210 (6)Remove the Y-SUS board. Make sure that you do not to hold the heat sink when removing the Y-SUS board.

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    PDM-4210 12.4.4 ABUS-L Circuit Board Removal/Installation Procedure When removing the circuit board after the main power is turned on/off, wait for at Note least one minute before starting to remove the circuit board. If the circuit board removal is started immediately after turning off the main power, it can result in electric shock or damage of the circuit due to residual electric charge.

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    PDM-4210 (6) Remove the ABUS-L board (7) When installing the ABUS-L board, place it so that the ABUS-L board is locked by the tabs for fixing it in position.

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    PDM-4210 12.4.5 ABUS-R Circuit Board Removal/Installation Procedure When removing the circuit board after the main power is turned on/off, wait for at Note least one minute before starting to remove the circuit board. If the circuit board removal is started immediately after turning off the main power, it can result in electric shock or damage of the circuit due to residual electric charge.

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    PDM-4210 (6) Remove the ABUS-R board. When installing the ABUS-R board, place it so that the ABUS-R board is locked by the tabs for fixing it in position.

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    PDM-4210 12.4.6 LOGIC Board Removal/Installation Procedure Remove the circuit board by following the steps below. To install the circuit board, reverse the removal procedure. (1) Disconnect the EH connector CN6. (2) Release the lock of the FPC connectors CN1, CN2, CN10, CN9 and disconnect the signal cable (FPC).

  • Page 54

    PDM-4210 (5) Remove the LOGIC board. (6) When installing the LOGIC board, place it so that the LOGIC board is locked by the tabs for fixing it in position (at 3 locations).

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