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Data Transfer Functions - Mitsubishi Electric WD-60C10 Service Manual

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MODELS: WD-60C10 / WD-65C10 / WD-73C10 / WD-60638 / WD-60638CA / WD-65638 / WD-65638CA /
WD-73638 / WD-60738 / WD-65738 / WD-73738 / WD-82738 / WD-65838 / WD-73838 / WD-82838
Data Transfer
Service Data is duplicated and stored in separate EEPROMs in two locations.
PWB-MAIN - Working Service Data for TV operation
OPTICAL ENGINE - Backup Service Data
The Optical Engine also includes data for the Index Delay setting for color wheel timing determined at the factory.
The PWB-MAIN also includes User and/or ISF settings. The User/ISF data is not backed up on the Engine. However if
used, it can be backed up onto a USB flash drive.
Data Transfer Procedures should be followed...
After PWB-MAIN Replacement:
1. Restore Engine Data From Backup (Includes Geometry Data in V43C & V43)
2. Restore Geometry Data From Backup. (V43+ V43++)
3. Restore ISF Settings From Flash Drive. (V43+ V43++) (Only if backup USB flash drive is available).
After OPTICAL ENGINE Replacement:
1. Restore Index Delay.
2. Save Engine and Geometry Setting to Backup
Data Transfer Procedure:
V43C & V43
Data Transfer is accomplished by code command rather than on-screen menus.
1. Press <MENU> - Customer Menu will appear
2. Press <2-4-5-7> - No indication will be displayed.
3. Press the four digit Code for the desired date transfer function. The STATUS LED will turn red while the data
is being transferred.
4. Press <EXIT> to quit.
<MENU> <2-4-5-7> <CODE>
Restore Engine Data From Backup
Restore Index Delay
Save Engine and Geometry Settings to Backup


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After PWB-Main Replacement
After Optical Engine Replacement
After Optical Engine Replacement


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  • Darrell Feb 11, 2017 06:56:
    The status button is flashing and the TV will not come on