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Digital Camera/Body/Lens Kit
DMC-GH3P
Model No.
DMC-GH3PC
DMC-GH3EB
DMC-GH3EC
DMC-GH3EE
DMC-GH3EF
DMC-GH3EG
DMC-GH3GC
DMC-GH3GD
DMC-GH3GH
DMC-GH3GK
DMC-GH3GN
DMC-GH3GT
DMC-GH3AEB
DMC-GH3AEF
DMC-GH3AEG
DMC-GH3AGC
DMC-GH3AGH
DMC-GH3AGK
DMC-GH3AGT
DMC-GH3HPU
DMC-GH3HEB
DMC-GH3HEC
© Panasonic Corporation 2012 Unauthorized copy-
ing and distribution is a violation of law.
ORDER NO. DSC1211041CE
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  • Page 1 Digital Camera/Body/Lens Kit DMC-GH3P Model No. DMC-GH3PC DMC-GH3EB DMC-GH3EC DMC-GH3EE DMC-GH3EF DMC-GH3EG DMC-GH3GC DMC-GH3GD DMC-GH3GH DMC-GH3GK DMC-GH3GN DMC-GH3GT DMC-GH3AEB DMC-GH3AEF DMC-GH3AEG DMC-GH3AGC DMC-GH3AGH DMC-GH3AGK DMC-GH3AGT DMC-GH3HPU DMC-GH3HEB DMC-GH3HEC © Panasonic Corporation 2012 Unauthorized copy- ing and distribution is a violation of law.
  • Page 2 DMC-GH3HEE DMC-GH3HGH DMC-GH3HEF DMC-GH3HGK DMC-GH3HEG DMC-GH3HGN DMC-GH3HGC DMC-GH3HGT DMC-GH3HGD Colour (K)...Black Type DMC-GH3A series: Interchangeable Lens (H-HS12035) is bundled. DMC-GH3H series: Interchangeable Lens (H-VS014140) is bundled.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE PAGE 1 Safety Precautions----------------------------------------------- 4 13 Wiring Connection Diagram--------------------------------- 75 13.1. Interconnection Diagram ------------------------------- 75 1.1. General Guidelines---------------------------------------- 4 1.2. Leakage Current Cold Check--------------------------- 4 1.3. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure. 1) ------- 4 1.4. How to Discharge the E. Capacitor on Capacitor P.C.B.
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    1 Safety Precautions 1.1. General Guidelines 1.3. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure. 1) 1. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE There are special components used in this equipment 1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use which are important for safety. These parts are marked by an isolation transformer for this check.
  • Page 5: How To Discharge The E. Capacitor On Capacitor P.c.b. Unit

    1.4. How to Discharge the E. Capacitor on Capacitor P.C.B. Unit CAUTION: 1. Be sure to discharge the E. Capacitor on Capacitor P.C.B. Unit. 2. Be careful of the high voltage circuit on Capacitor P.C.B. Unit when servicing. [Discharging Procedure] 1.
  • Page 6: Warning

    2 Warning 2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec- trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
  • Page 7: Caution For Ac Cord (For Eb/Gc/Gh)

    2.3.2.3. How to Replace the Fuse A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer. 1. Remove the Fuse Cover with a screwdriver. If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the socket outlet in your home then the fuse should be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safety.
  • Page 8: How To Replace The Lithium Battery

    NOTE: This Lithium battery is a critical component. (Type No.: ML421 Manufactured by Energy Company, Panasonic Corporation.) It must never be subjected to excessive heat or discharge. It must therefore only be fitted in requirement designed specifically for its use.
  • Page 9: Service Navigation

    3 Service Navigation 3.1. Introduction This service manual contains technical information, which allow service personnel’s to understand and service this model. Please place orders using the parts list and not the drawing reference numbers. If the circuit is changed or modified, the information will be followed by service manual to be controlled with original service manual. 3.2.
  • Page 10 3.2.1.2. About Main P.C.B. (Ref. 1) & Flash-ROM (IC9999) Important: 1. Before exchanging the “MAIN P.C.B.”, the performances must be carefully checked, by following the “7.Troubleshooting Guide” section of this service manual. 2. Before replacing the “MAIN P.C.B. and/or Flash-ROM”, proceed the EEPROM data backup from the unit. After replacing the MAIN P.C.B.
  • Page 11 3.2.2. Lens Unit (Interchangeable Lens: H-HS12035) 3.2.2.1. About Lens Main Block Unit (Ref. 210) 1. LENS MAIN BLOCK UNIT (Ref. 210) is not supplied due to difficulty of the transportation issue (Fragile, Dust-free packing), and requires critical lens adjustments. Therefore, any needs of the “LENS MAIN BLOCK UNIT” (Ref. 210), carefully confirm its performance in advance. 2.
  • Page 12 3.2.3. Lens Unit (Interchangeable Lens: H-VS014140) 3.2.3.1. About Lens Main Block Unit (Ref. 315) 1. LENS MAIN BLOCK UNIT (Ref. 315) is not supplied due to difficulty of the transportation issue (Fragile, Dust-free packing), and requires critical lens adjustments. Therefore, any needs of the “LENS MAIN BLOCK UNIT” (Ref. 315), carefully confirm its performance in advance. 2.
  • Page 13: Service Notes

    3.3. Service Notes 3.3.1. About Wi-Fi Function...
  • Page 14 3.3.2. Important Notice of Servicing This Camera unit has the personal information of wireless LAN connection the customer has registered. For the protection of private information, please erase the personal information after the completion of repair by “INITIAL SET- TING”. In addition, please print out the following documents, and pass to the customer with the Camera unit.
  • Page 15: General Description About Lead Free Solder (Pbf)

    3.4. General Description About Lead Free Solder (PbF) The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation. The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). On the other hand, the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin (Sn), silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu), and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx.30°C (86°F) more than that of the normal solder.
  • Page 16: How To Define The Model Suffix (Ntsc Or Pal Model)

    How to Define the Model Suffix (NTSC or PAL model) There are eight kinds of DMC-GH3 (Camera body unit), regardless of the colours. • a) DMC-GH3 (Japan domestic model) • b) DMC-GH3P/PC • c) DMC-GH3EB/EC/EF/EG/GH/GN • d) DMC-GH3EE • e) DMC-GH3GK •...
  • Page 17: Initial Settings

    3.5.2. INITIAL SETTINGS: After replacing the MAIN P.C.B., make sure to perform the initial settings after achieving the adjustment by ordering the following procedure in accordance with model suffix of the unit. 1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Before proceeding Initial settings, make sure to read the following CAUTION. 2.
  • Page 18 • Step 4. Display the INITIAL SETTING: While keep pressing [ MENU/SET ] and “[ RIGHT ] of Cursor buttons” simultaneously, turn the Power off. The “INTIAL SETTINGS” menu is displayed. There are two kinds of “INITIAL SETTINGS” menu form as follows: [CASE 1.
  • Page 19 1) As for your reference, major default setting condition is as shown in the following table. • Default setting (After “INITIAL SETTINGS”) MODEL VIDEO OUTPUT LANGUAGE DATE REMARKS a) DMC-GH3 (Japan domestic model) NTSC Japanese Year/Month/Date b) DMC-GH3P NTSC English Month/Date/Year c) DMC-GH3PC NTSC English Month/Date/Year d) DMC-GH3PU NTSC Spanish...
  • Page 20: Specifications

    4 Specifications The following specification is for DMC-GH3EB/GH3AEB/GH3HEB. Some specifications may differ depending on model suffix.
  • Page 23: Location Of Controls And Components

    5 Location of Controls and Components The following description is for DMC-GH3EB/GH3AEB/GH3HEB. Some descriptions may differ depending on model suffix.
  • Page 26: Service Mode

    6 Service Mode 6.1. Error Code Memory Function 1. General description This unit is equipped with history of error code memory function, and can be memorized 16 error codes in sequence from the latest. When the error is occurred more than 16, the oldest error is overwritten in sequence. The error code is not memorized when the power supply is shut down forcibly.
  • Page 27 Error Code List: The error code consists of 8 bit data and it shows the following information. Important notice about “Error Code List” About “*” indication: The third digit from the left is different as follows. In case of 0 (example: 2B001000) When the third digit from the left shows “0”, this error occurred under the condition of INITIAL SETTINGS has been com- pleted.
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting Guide

    7 Troubleshooting Guide 7.1. Checking Method of Body and Interchangeable Lens...
  • Page 34: About Electronic Level

    7.2. About Electronic Level The unit has the electronic level function using G (3-axis accelerometer) sensor inside the unit. [Principal of Operation] 1. Movement of “Weight” is detected by capacitance. -------- [A] 2. Each acceleration of the X/Y/Z axis is converted into data and they are output. 3.
  • Page 35 [Test of the G-Sensor working] • G-Sensor working can be confirmed by G-Sensor data change on the “Edit Memory”. [Operation] (1)-----When you acquire the data of the G-sensor continually, put a checkmark here. (2)-----Raw data of G- sensor is displayed. (3)-----Roll angle (Horizontal Level) and Pitch angle (Tilt) are displayed.
  • Page 36: Checking Method Of Battery Grip (Dmw-Bggh3)

    7.3. Checking Method of Battery Grip (DMW-BGGH3) • It is a check method of optional battery grip (DMW-BGGH3). ■ Checking method of power circuit 1. Insert the Battery to the Battery Grip. 2. Connect a tester between CC2101 pin and CC2106 pin. 3.
  • Page 37 ■ Checking Method of each Button switch and Dial. • Turn on an operation ON/OFF switch after removing the battery. 【 】 Checking Method of Button switch 1. Connect the tester (range: × 100) between CC2106 (GND) and CC2116. 2. It is normal if resistance value has change when each [Fn] [Exposure compensation] [ISO] [WB] and [AE/AF LOCK] buttons is pushed.
  • Page 38: Wi-Fi P.c

    7.4. Wi-Fi P.C.B. 7.4.1. How to Remove Wi-Fi Password Protection To prevent incorrect operation or use of the Wi-Fi function by a third party and to protect saved personal information, this unit pro- tects the Wi-Fi function with a password. It is unable to service with password locked condition.
  • Page 39: Service Fixture & Tools

    8 Service Fixture & Tools 8.1. Service Fixture and Tools The following Service Fixture and tools are used for checking and servicing this unit. About Name Ring Fixture : RFKZ0423 is used for H-VS014140.
  • Page 40: Clean Box

    8.2. Clean Box • The repair quality is considered, and it is recommended working in the environment of specified clean level less than class 10,000 (Federal Standard 209D). (When remove the 1st lens frame, it is indispensable.) [NOTE] • Work in the environment of specified clean level less than class 10,000 (Federal Standard 209D) when remove the 1st lens frame for cleaning.
  • Page 41: Service Position

    8.3. Service Position This Service Position is used for checking and replacing parts. Use the following Extension cables for servicing. Table S1 Extension Cable List Parts No. Connection Form VFK1951 FP9002(MAIN) - MAIN - FLASH FPC - FLASH P.C.B. 39pin/0.3mm FFC RFKZ0619 FP9300(MAIN) - HINGE FPC - LCD IF P.C.B.
  • Page 42: Disassembly And Assembly Instructions

    9 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 9.1. Camera Body Part Disassembly Flow Chart 9.1.1. This is a disassembling chart. When assembling, perform this chart conversely. P.C.B. Location 9.1.2.
  • Page 43 Disassembly Procedure 9.1.3. Item Removal MR1 SW FPC Unit, (Fig. D15) 2 Screws (S) LCD Unit Hinge Arm Cover Top Item Removal Hinge Arm Cover Bottom Rear Case Unit (Fig. D1) Card 4 Screws (T) Battery Hinge Packing Cover Unit 2 Screws (A) (Fig.
  • Page 44 9.1.3.1. Removal of the Rear Case Unit (Fig. D2) (Fig. D1)
  • Page 45 (Fig. D3) 9.1.3.2. Removal of the Main P.C.B. (Fig. D5) (Fig. D4)
  • Page 46 9.1.3.3. Removal of the Heat Radiation Plate Unit (Fig. D8) 9.1.3.5. Removal of the Top Unit (Fig. D6) 9.1.3.4. Removal of the Front Grip L Unit (Fig. D9) (Fig. D7)
  • Page 47 9.1.3.6. Removal of the Battery Case Unit and Capacitor P.C.B. Unit (Fig. D11) (Fig. D10)
  • Page 48 9.1.3.7. Removal of the Mount Box Unit (Fig. D13) (Fig. D12)
  • Page 49 9.1.3.8. Removal of the Wi-Fi P.C.B. 9.1.3.9. Removal of the MR1 SW FPC Unit and LCD Unit (Fig. D14) (Fig. D15)
  • Page 50 9.1.3.10. Removal of the LCD IF P.C.B. (Fig. D17) (Fig. D16)
  • Page 51 9.1.3.11. Removal of the LCD Packing (Fig. D18) (Fig. D19)
  • Page 52 9.1.3.12. Removal of the Rear Operation Unit and Speaker (Fig. D21) (Fig. D20)
  • Page 53 9.1.3.13. Removal of the LVF Unit and LVF 9.1.3.14. Removal of the Ext Mic P.C.B. Module (Fig. D23) (Fig. D22)
  • Page 54 9.1.3.15. Removal of the Flash P.C.B. 9.1.3.16. Removal of the Flash Case Top (Fig. D24) (Fig. D25) NOTE: (When Installing) Make sure to confirm the following points when installing: • The Screw is tightened enough. • Installing conditions are fine. (No distortion, no abnormal- space.) •...
  • Page 55: Disassembly And Assembly Procedure For The Lens (H-Hs12035)

    9.2. Disassembly and Assembly Procedure for the Lens (H-HS12035) It is recommended dealing with Clean box, to keep maintaining the dustproof environment. (Refer to “8.2. Clean Box” section of this service manual for details.) Important: 1. When servicing the enclosure part (refer to Fig. X1), it must be performed inside of specified clean level. (Specified clean level: Less than class 10,000 (Federal Standard 209D)) As for procedure, refer to the “11 Maintenance”...
  • Page 56 (Fig. X1)
  • Page 57: Disassembly And Assembly Procedure For The Lens (H-Vs014140)

    9.3. Disassembly and Assembly Procedure for the Lens (H-VS014140) It is recommended dealing with clean box, to keep maintaining the dustproof environment. (Refer to “8.2. Clean Box” section of this service manual for details.) Important: 1. When servicing the enclosure part (refer to Fig. K1), it must be performed inside of specified clean level. (Specified clean level: Less than class 10,000 (Federal Standard 209D)) As for procedure, refer to the “11 Maintenance”...
  • Page 58 (Fig. K1)
  • Page 59: Measurements And Adjustments

    • Inspect it, not only corresponding part is replaced, but also camera body is shocked and/or dropped. • The Panasonic camera body in accordance with the Micro Four Thirds system (DMC-G1 unit, DMC-GH1 unit or DMC-GF1 unit etc. marketed commodity: operates normal) and a standard zoom lens H-FS014045 (marketed commodity: operates normal) is required as a reference machine.
  • Page 60 P.C.B.. 1. When it can turn on power, and the adjustment software can communicate with the camera body: • Before replacing, proceed the Flash-ROM (IC9999) data backup from the unit. After replacing, overwrite the Flash-ROM (IC9999) data with backup data from the unit, before proceeding the main body adjustment. 2.
  • Page 61: Maintenance

    11 Maintenance 11.1. Notice in external cleaning 11.1.1. ABOUT THE BODY NOTE: Before cleaning the camera, remove the battery and/or disconnect power plug from the outlet. Also, remove the SD Memory card and lens unit. 11.1.1.1. DUST/DIRT ON THE OUTER CASING PART (S) 1.
  • Page 62: General Description (Lens Cleaning: Interchangeable Lens/H-Hs12035)

    11.1.2. ABOUT THE LENS 11.1.2.1. DUST/DIRT ON THE OUTER CASING PART(S) 1. Blow off the dust first, then sweep out the dust from narrower spaces with soft cleaning brush. 2. Wipe up the Outer casing part with the dry fuzz-free cloth. 11.1.2.2.
  • Page 63 11.2.1. Important notice of disassembly and assembly Important: It must be performed inside of specified clean level. (Specified clean level: Less than class 10,000 (Federal Standard 209D)) 11.2.1.1. About the LENS MOUNT RUBBER 1. Install the LENS MOUNT RUBBER 2. Install the L MOUNT UNIT...
  • Page 64 11.2.2. Disassembly procedure 11.2.2.1. Removal of the DECO.RING 1. DECO.RING is stuck on the 1ST LENS FRAME UNIT. 2. It can be easy to remove the two-sided tape with sending hot air by hair dryer. 3. Put the sheet so that the lens glass is fully covered. 4.
  • Page 65: General Description (Lens Cleaning: Interchangeable Lens/H-Vs014140)

    11.3. General description (Lens cleaning: Interchangeable Lens/H-VS014140) When there is a dust/dirt inside surface of the 1st lens frame unit and/or subject side surface of the 2nd lens frame unit, remove it by referring the following procedures. Important: 1. When removing the 1st lens frame unit, it has to be proceed inside of specified clean level. (Less than class 10,000 (Federal Standard 209D)) As for clean box, refer to the “8.2.
  • Page 66 11.3.1. Disassembly procedure 11.3.1.2. Removal of the 1st Lens Frame Unit Important: It must be performed inside of specified clean level. 1. Remove the 3 screws (A) and then remove the 1st lens (Specified clean level: Less than class 10,000 (Federal frame unit.
  • Page 67 11.3.1.3. Removal of the hood adaptor 11.3.2. Assembly procedure 1. Removal the 3 screws (B) and then remove the hood 11.3.2.1. Installation of the hood adaptor adaptor. 1. Install the hood adaptor to meet the through hole (A) with projection (A). 11.3.1.4.
  • Page 68 11.3.2.2. Installation of the 1st lens frame 11.3.2.3. Installation of the Decoration Ring unit 1. Use the Name Ring fixture (RFKZ0423) 2. Use new Decoration ring. (Do not use the one which is 1. Install the 1st lens frame unit onto the lens unit to meet removed.) the through hole (B) with projection (B).
  • Page 69: Block Diagram

    12 Block Diagram 12.1. Overall Block Diagram OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM MOUNT BOX UNIT CARD MOS IMAGE SENSOR LENS UNIT ECM(L) STEREO (Built in AFE) MICROPHONE TERMINAL ECM(R) IC9102 X3101 IC9105,9106 IC4401,4403 EXT MICROPHONE TERMINAL SYSTEM IC (36MHz) BUS SW MIC AMP (OPTION) MICROPHONE LENS CONTACT...
  • Page 70: System Control Block Diagram

    12.2. System Control Block Diagram SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM IC9102 FLASH P.C.B. TOP OPERATION UNIT (SYSTEM IC) (LED WIF OUT) (LED WIF OUT) FP9002 FP8501 FP8503 LEDOUT1 (Blue) Wi-Fi LED (AF DIAL0) PIOA2 FP9002 FP8501 FP8503 (AF DIAL1) PW D4.5V PIOA3 (LED PWR OUT) (LED PWR OUT)
  • Page 71: Video/Audio Process(1) Block Diagram

    12.3. Video/Audio Process(1) Block Diagram VIDEO/AUDIO PROCESS(1) BLOCK DIAGRAM IC9999 (NOR FLASH ROM/256M-bit) HINGE FPC LCD IF P.C.B. DATA CTL SIG ADDRESS FP9300 FP7201 FP7203 C4 D5 DB0-15 DB0-15 (LCDOUT0-15) FP9300 FP7201 FP7203 IC6001 (LCDVD) (VENUS ENGINE) VSYNC FP9300 FP7201 FP7203 AF22 AC19...
  • Page 72: Video/Audio Process(2) Block Diagram

    12.4. Video/Audio Process(2) Block Diagram VIDEO/AUDIO PROCESS(2) BLOCK DIAGRAM IC4501 IC6001 (DAC&HP AMP) (VENUS ENGINE) Wi-Fi BG FPC Wi-Fi P.C.B. LRCK AUDIO BICK INTERFACE LOUT SDATA (WIFI DAT0) FP9004 (SDIO D0) IS SB10DCK P (WIFI DAT1) (SDIO D1) FP9004 DIGITAL IS SB10DCK M (L ch) VOLUME...
  • Page 73: Lens/Hot Shoe/Flash Block Diagram

    12.5. Lens/Hot shoe/Flash Block Diagram LENS/HOT SHOE/FLASH BLOCK DIAGRAM IC6001 MOUNT BOX UNIT (VENUS ENGINE) (LENS CONTACT TERMINAL) FP9009 PW LEN4.2V LEN4R2V 17-23 (S LSDET) FP9009 FR CYC LSDET (S LSRST) FP9009 GPIO89 LSRST (S LSB2L) FP9009 GPIO87 LSB2L (S LSL2B) FP9009 GPIO85 LSL2B...
  • Page 74: Power Block Diagram

    12.6. Power Block Diagram POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM CL1903 CL1001 CL1601 F1901 BAT+ (PW UNREG) PW LEN4.2V CC1901 CL1101 BAT THERMO F1002 BATTERY CC1902 PW D1.2V 1 CL1201 BAT- CC1903 PW D3.0V IC1001 IC1901 IC1081 (7CH SW REGULATOR) (AND GATE IC) (REGULATOR) (BAT1 SEL) Q1903...
  • Page 75: Wiring Connection Diagram

    13 Wiring Connection Diagram 13.1. Interconnection Diagram INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM TOP OPERATION UNIT FLASH UNIT P8501 FRONT DIAL UNIT POP UP SOLENOID RL8512 EXT MIC P.C.B. RL4407 (FOIL SIDE) RL8511 RL4408 TRG IN FP4401 UNREG GND FP8504 SOL PWR(D3R0V) FP8503 SOL DRV MIC UNIT EXT MIC DET EXT MIC GND...
  • Page 76 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Schematic Diagram Note...
  • Page 77 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Note...
  • Page 78 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Power Supply(PS) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 79 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Power (P) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 80 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Jack (J or JK) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 81 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Accelerator (AC) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 82 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Headphone Amp(HP) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 83 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Digital (D) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 84 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Hot Shoe (HS) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 85 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Synchro (SN) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 86 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Main Connection (MC) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 87 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Syscon (SY) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 88 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H SD card (SD) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 89 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Display (DP) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 90 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H SSWF (SS) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 91 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H MS Drive (MD or MS) (Main P.C.B.)
  • Page 92 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H EXT MIC...
  • Page 93 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H LCD IF...
  • Page 94 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H FLASH...
  • Page 95 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H MR1 SW FPC...
  • Page 96 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Main P.C.B. (Component Side)
  • Page 97 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Main P.C.B. (Foil Side)
  • Page 98 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Ext mic P.C.B. (Component Side)
  • Page 99 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Ext mic P.C.B. (Foil Side)
  • Page 100 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H LCD IF P.C.B. (Component Side)
  • Page 101 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H LCD IF P.C.B. (Foil Side)
  • Page 102 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H FLASH P.C.B. (Component Side)
  • Page 103 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H FLASH P.C.B. (Foil Side)
  • Page 104 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H MR1 SW FPC P.C.B. (Component Side)
  • Page 105 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H MR1 SW FPC P.C.B. (Foil Side)
  • Page 106 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks C1001 F1J1A106A024 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 10U C1002 F1G1A104A012 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C1003 F1H1A105A025 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 1U C1004 F1G0J1050007 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 1U C1005 F1H1A4750004 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 4.7U...
  • Page 107 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks C4424 F1G0J1050007 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 1U C4425 F1G1H101A565 C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 100P C4426 F1G0J1050007 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 1U C4501 F1G1A1040006 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C4502 F1G0J1050007 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 1U...
  • Page 108 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks C7216 F1H0J4750004 C.CAPACITOR CH 6.3V 4.7U C7219 F1H1E105A144 C.CAPACITOR CH 25V 1U C8001 F1G1E102A086 C.CAPACITOR CH 25V 1000P C8002 F1G1C1030008 C.CAPACITOR CH 16V 0.01U C8501 F1K2J333A029 C.CAPACITOR 630V 0.033U...
  • Page 109 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks C9144 F1H1A105A025 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 1U C9145 F1J1A106A024 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 10U C9146 F1J1A106A024 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 10U C9147 F3E0J106A026 CAPACITOR C9149 F3E0J106A026 CAPACITOR C9201 F1J1A106A024...
  • Page 110 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks D1071 B0JDDD000007 DIODE 1 E.S.D. D1501 B0JCMD000066 DIODE 1 E.S.D. D1901 B0JCPG000032 DIODE 1 E.S.D. D1902 B0JCPG000032 DIODE 1 E.S.D. D1903 B0JCCD000003 DIODE 1 E.S.D.
  • Page 111 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks IC9101 C0BBAA000008 1 E.S.D. IC9102 C1AB00003646 1 E.S.D. IC9103 C0DBGYY02368 1 E.S.D. IC9104 C0DBGYY02170 1 E.S.D. IC9105 C0JBAR000626 1 E.S.D. IC9106 C0JBAR000626 1 E.S.D. IC9201 C0DBGYY00779 1 E.S.D.
  • Page 112 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks Q1906 FK3503010L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D. Q1907 B1CHPB000008 TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D. Q1908 B1CHPB000008 TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D. Q1909 FK3503010L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D. Q1910 FK3503010L TRANSISTOR 1 E.S.D.
  • Page 113 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks R2008 D0GA750JA023 RESISTOR R2009 D0GA682JA023 RESISTOR R2010 D0GA102JA023 RESISTOR R2017 D0GA202JA023 RESISTOR R2018 D0GA202JA023 RESISTOR R4401 D0HB562ZA002 RESISTOR R4402 D0HB562ZA002 RESISTOR R4403 D0HB562ZA002 RESISTOR R4404 D0HB331ZA002...
  • Page 114 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks R6039 ERJ2RKF1000X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 1K R6040 ERJ2RKF1000X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 1K R6041 D0GA181JA023 RESISTOR R6043 D0GA150JA023 RESISTOR R6063 D0GA150JA023 RESISTOR R6072 ERJ2RHD511X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 510 R6073 ERJ2RHD511X...
  • Page 115 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks R9112 ERJ2RKD114X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 110K R9114 D0GA332JA023 RESISTOR R9115 D0GA101JA023 RESISTOR R9117 D0GA151JA023 RESISTOR R9118 D0GA471JA023 RESISTOR R9119 D0GA431JA023 RESISTOR R9123 D0GA103JA023 RESISTOR R9130 ERJ2RKD105X...
  • Page 116 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks R9376 ERJ2RKD100X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 10 R9379 ERJ2RHD104X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K R9388 D0GA101JA023 RESISTOR R9495 ERJ6GEYJ6R8V M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 6.8 R9801 D0GA102JA023 RESISTOR R9802 D0GA102JA023...
  • Page 117 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Frame and Casing Section...
  • Page 118 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Camera Lens section (1)
  • Page 119 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Camera Lens section (2)
  • Page 120 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Packing Parts and Accessories Section (1)
  • Page 121 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Packing Parts and Accessories Section (2)
  • Page 122 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Packing Parts and Accessories Section (3)
  • Page 123 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks VEP56171B MAIN P.C.B. 1 (RTL) E.S.D. EG,EC,EF,EB (RTL) E.S.D. PU,P,PC,EE,GC,GH,GT, G VEP56171A MAIN P.C.B. K,GN,GD GH3EG,GH3P,GH3PC,GH3EC,GH3EF, GH3EB ,GH3EE,GH3GC,GH3GH,GH3GT, GH3GK,GH3 GN,GH3GD,GH3AEG,GH3AEF, GH3AEB,GH3A VGQ0P93 TAPE GC,GH3AGH,GH3AGT, GH3HPU,GH3HEG,GH3 HEC,GH3HEF, GH3HEB,GH3HEE,GH3HGC,GH 3HGH, GH3HGT,GH3HGN,GH3HGD...
  • Page 124 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks VGQ1J69 LCD LOCK KNOB VGQ1K15 REAR CUSHION H XUC12VW E RING VYK6F59 HINGE PACKING COVER UNIT VGQ1F98 CAPACITOR COVER VYK6B51 BATTERY CASE UNIT VYQ8074 CAPACITOR P.C.B.
  • Page 125 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks VHD2200-B SCREW VHD2200-B SCREW VHD2333 SCREW VHD2333 SCREW VHD2333 SCREW VHD2333 SCREW VHD2367 SCREW VHD2367 SCREW VHD2149 SCREW VHD2149 SCREW VHD2149 SCREW VHD2149 SCREW VHD2337 SCREW...
  • Page 126 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks B201 0242050 SCREW 1 (GH3A)[SPC] B202 0242050 SCREW 1 (GH3A)[SPC] B203 9580270 SCREW 1 (GH3A)[SPC] B204 0B44035 SCREW 1 (GH3A)[SPC] B205 0242070 SCREW 1 (GH3A)[SPC] B206 0242070...
  • Page 127 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks VFC4908 SHOULDER STRAP 1 (GH3) VFF1067 CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 GH3EG,GH3EC,GH3EF,GH3EB VFF1066 CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 GH3P,GH3PC VFF1068 CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 GH3EE,GH3GC,GH3GH,GH3GN VFF1069 CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION BOOK) 1 GH3GT,GH3GD...
  • Page 128 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks VFF1075-C CD-ROM (OVERSEA) 1 GH3AGK ----- BATTERY PACK 1 (GH3A) VSK0794 BATTERY CHARGER 1 GH3AEG,GH3AEF,GH3AEB VSK0795 BATTERY CHARGER 1 GH3AGC,GH3AGH,GH3AGK VSK0796 BATTERY CHARGER 1 GH3AGT GH3AEG,GH3AEF,GH3AEB,GH3AGC, GH3AGH VPK5449...
  • Page 129 Model No. : DMC-GH3/GH3A/GH3H Parts List Ref. Change Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Q'ty Remarks VPF1483 1 (GH3H) VYF3250 LENS CAP 1 (GH3H)[SPC] VFC4315 LENS REAR CAP 1 (GH3H)[SPC] VQT4S36 BASIC O/I (SPANISH) 1 GH3HPU VQT4S37 BASIC O/I (PORTUGUESE) 1 GH3HPU VQT4M50 BASIC O/I (FRENCH)