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PLASMA DISPLAY

KRP-500P
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
Type
KRP-500P
WYSIXK5
KRP-500P
WYS5
KRP-500P
LFT
KRP-500P
WA5
For details, refer to "Important Check Points for good servicing".
PIONEER CORPORATION
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION
Power Requirement
AC 220 V to 240 V
AC 220 V to 240 V
AC 110 V to 240 V
AC 220 V to 240 V
4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
2008
KRP-500P
T-IZS-001 SEPT.
ORDER NO.
ARP3506
Remarks
2008 Printed in Japan

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  • Page 1: Plasma Display

    PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936...
  • Page 2: Safety Information

    Therefore, the following checks should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and servicetechnician. KRP-500P...
  • Page 3 PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE With the AC plug removed from an AC power source, place a Many electrical and mechanical parts in PIONEER set have jumper across the two plug prongs. Turn the AC power switch on. special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident...
  • Page 4 To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual. KRP-500P...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    8.5 ADJUSTMENT WHEN THE DRIVE ASSYS ARE REPLACED.................. 136 9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST..........................140 9.1 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/WYSIXK5)......................140 9.2 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/WYS5)........................142 9.3 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/LFT) ........................144 9.4 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/WA5) ........................146 9.5 REAR SECTION................................. 148 9.6 FRONT SECTION ..............................150 9.7 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2)............................
  • Page 6: Service Precautions

    • In same cases, there are silicon sheets on back side of POWER SUPPLY Unit, X DRIVE Assy and Y DRIVE Assy due to heat release of these boards to panel chassis. When replacing these boards, check backside of them and if silicon sheets are on there, surely put these silicon sheets again to the original location of them. KRP-500P...
  • Page 7: Charged Section And High Voltage Generating Point

    : Part is the High Voltage Generating Points other than the Charged Section. Plate Y 50F Y DRIVE Assy POWER SUPPLY Unit 50F X DRIVE Assy Plate X AC inlet Power switch Fig. High Voltage Generating Point (Rear view) KRP-500P...
  • Page 8: Specifications

    2. SPECIFICATIONS 2.1 ACCESSORIES KRP-500P/WYSIXK5 Remote control unit Power cable System cable (2.9 m) (AXD1562) (ADF1041) (ADG1214) (ADG1223) Cable guide (2) Alkaline dry cell battery Ferrite core Cleaning cloth Binder Assy (AEC2167) (LR6, AA) (2) (ATX1039)(CTX1089) (AED1285) (AEC2158) Cable clamps (4)
  • Page 9 KRP-500P/LFT Remote control unit Power cable System cable (2.9 m) (AXD1567) (ADF1041) (AXY1194) Dry cell battery Ferrite core Binder Assy Cleaning cloth (R6, AA) (2) (ATX1039) (AEC2158) (AED1285) Cable clamps (4) Operating instructions Warranty card (ARE1495) KRP-500P/WA5 Remote control unit Power cable System cable (2.9 m)
  • Page 10: Specifications

    110 V to 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz, 386 W (0.2 W Standby/110 V AC) : For LFT type 220 V to 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz, 409 W (0.4 W Standby) : For WA5 type Main unit: 31.4 kg (69.2 lbs) : WYSIXK5 and WYS5 types only WYSIXK5 and WYS5 types only KRP-500P...
  • Page 11: Panel Facilities

    2.3 PANEL FACILITIES WYSIXK5 and WYS5 types only LFT and WA5 types KRP-500P...
  • Page 12 Remote Control Unit (for WYSIXK5 and WYS5 types) KRP-500P...
  • Page 13 Remote Control Unit (for LFT type) KRP-500P...
  • Page 14 Remote Control Unit (for WA5 type) KRP-500P...
  • Page 15: Basic Items For Service

    Dot noise Volume too low Disturbed image (video jumpiness) Volume too high Too dark Volume fluctuating Too bright Sound interrupted Mottled color Cleaning Name Part No. Remarks Used to fan cleaning. Cleaning paper GED-008 Refer to “9.7 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2)”. KRP-500P...
  • Page 16: Quick Reference

    2. Press [ENTER/SET], then select a Mask indication, using [i] or [j]. then press [j] seven times.) 2 Press [l] to select "CLEAR". Hold [ENTER/SET] pressed for at least 5 seconds. After clearance is completed, "ETC" is automatically selected. KRP-500P...
  • Page 17 Use [i] or [j] to select the type of mask. 2. CMB MASK 01 Items for factory use Use [l] or [k] to select the sequence. • • • • • • • • • • To "Structure of Layers in Panel Factory Mode 2" KRP-500P...
  • Page 18: Pcb Locations

    LED ASSY AWW1399 IR ASSY AWW1400 SENSOR ASSY AWW1340 RLS ASSY AWW1401 50F DIGITAL Assy AWW1368 (Power Supply) 50F X DRIVE ASSY AWV2599 > POWER SUPPLY UNIT AXY1203 50F Y DRIVE ASSY AWV2600 (Service Assy) PDP SERVICE ASSY AWU1378 KRP-500P...
  • Page 19 KRP-500P...
  • Page 20: Block Diagram

    4. BLOCK DIAGRAM 4.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (1/2) KRP-500P...
  • Page 21 When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to “EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST” or “PCB PARTS LIST”. The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. OVERALL DIAGRAM KRP-500P KRP-500P...
  • Page 22: Overall Wiring Diagram (2/2)

    4.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM (2/2) KRP-500P...
  • Page 23 OVERALL DIAGRAM KRP-500P KRP-500P...
  • Page 24: Overall Block Diagram (1/2)

    VADR4 VADR3 VADR2 VDDLS1 VADR1 VADR1 CLK / LE / HBLK CLK / LE / HBLK LBLK/R/G/B LBLK/R/G/B DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC IC1871 IC1861 IC1851 IC1681 IC1671 IC1661 IC1651 KRP-500P...
  • Page 25 CLK / LE / HBLK CLK / LE / HBLK LBLK/R/G/B LBLK/R/G/B DIGITAL ASSY V+3VACTV DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC IC1681 IC1671 IC1661 IC1651 IC1681 IC1671 IC1661 IC1651 KRP-500P...
  • Page 26: Overall Block Diagram (2/2)

    27MHz HDCP ROM I2C_MSDA X'TAL IC5005 X5001 M2404HEPROM ASS1225 I2S OUT DATA, SCLK, WS MCLK, MUTE Mini Din6 RTS_CS LVDS Tx/Rx TXD_CS RXD_CS IC8001 Color Sensor CN8001 SN65LVDS180PW Color From/To Module Sensor DIGITAL ASSY DET_CS CLS_DET Buffer IC5002 TC74VHC08FTS1 KRP-500P...
  • Page 27 REQ_MD Digital Video signal TXD_MD Module Digital Audio signal RXD_MD Synchronized signal ucom Data signal From/To UART SW Control signal TXD_MD (IC7201) RXD_MD MODE ARIA_OE NAND IC4005 TC74VHC00FTS1 Bus Buffer IC4001-4004 RA_O[0:9]/GA_O[0:9]/BA_O[0:9] TC74VCX16244FT x4 RB_O[0:9]/GB_O[0:9]/BB_O[0:9] ZEUS HD_O/VD_O/DE_O/CLK_O DIGITAL ASSY KRP-500P...
  • Page 28: Power Supply Unit

    Q104 +17V +17V Switching T501 IC501 +12V +12V +6.5V +6.5V Q505 M_SW_DET T101 Q105, STB3.4V Q106 +17V IC101 Switching D025,D026 AC_DET D002,D017 DRF_SW_B M_SW_DET EXT_PD VSUS_ADJ PS_PD RELAY DRF_B AC_DET PD_TRIG_B NEUTRAL LIVE +B for RELAY DRIVE F001 RY002 KRP-500P...
  • Page 29: X Drive Assy

    PSUS +17V BLOCK Gate Signal Drive Signal PreDrive Gate Signal SOFT - D +17V Drive Signal PSUS RESONANCE LOGIC BLOCK BLOCK +17V Drive Signal OFFSET BLOCK PSUS VPOFS VPOFS VXKOFS1 VXKOFS2 OFFSET Reg. DC/DC +17V CONV. VSUS VADR BLOCK KRP-500P...
  • Page 30: Y Drive, 50f Scan A And B Assys

    IC5V VC_P SCAN IC VC_S KNOFS1 VSUS IC2905 KNOFS3 IC5V BLOCK IC5V/VF SCAN IC DC/DC DC/DC BLOCK IC2906 IC5V CONV. CONV. IC5V Scan Signal VADR Photo Coupler SCAN IC BLOCK IC2907 IC5V SCAN IC IC2908 50F SCAN B ASSY (LOW-SIDE) KRP-500P...
  • Page 31: Power Supply Block Of 50f X, Y Drive And 50f Scan A And B Assys

    Reg. Note: YKOFS drive VYPRST, VSNOFS, VYKOFS12, VYKOFS3, VYKOFS4 VXKOFS1 and VXKOFS2 voltages are electrical volume controls. YKOFS VYKOFS drive Reg. YKOFS VYKOFS drive Reg. RST-D drive SOFT-G drive Scan Logic IC5V Scan IC 50F SCAN A, B ASSYS KRP-500P...
  • Page 32: Address L And S Assys

    50F ADDRESS S ASSY DRIVER IC DRIVER IC DRIVER IC IC1851 IC1861 IC1871 CLK / LE / HBLK LBLK/R/G/B VADR1 VDDLS1 VADR2 VDDLS2 VDDLS3 VADR3 RESONANCE RESONANCE RESONANCE BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK IC1801 LVDS RECEIVER AN/P BN/P CN/P DN/P CLKN/P CN1801 CN1802 KRP-500P...
  • Page 33: Digital Assy

    V+1_2V_D V+2_5V_D LVDS V+3_3V_D V+3_3V_D V+10V V+10V LVDS LVDS TRANSMITTER PEG478A-K IC3401 V+3_3V_D V+10V V+3_3V_D V+1_1V_D V+1_8V_D V+2_5V_D Flash Memory V+3_3V_D IC3302 YSUS SUB-FILD CONV. GPIO8 & XY DRV SEQUENCE UART PATTERN GEN. XSUS PEG383B-K UART(CS) IC3301 DET_CS V+3VACTV KRP-500P...
  • Page 34: Power Supply Block Of Main And Audio Assys

    D2001 BLUE LED (LDO IC7004)NJM2846DL3-33-TLB IC7001 Panel V+3_4V_STB_REF MAIN CPU V+6.5V (LDO IC8331)NJM2846DL3-33-TLB IC8341 V+3_3V PROCESSOR (LDO IC4501)NJM2871BF05-TLB CN8001 6PIN For COLOR V+5_1V_CLS SENSOR UNIT V+12V (LDO IC1202)PQ200WNA1ZPH-TLB FAN_VCC1 FAN CONTROL (LDO IC1201)PQ200WNA1ZPH-TLB FAN_VCC2 FAN CONTROL V+17V IC8401 D-AMP KRP-500P...
  • Page 35: Diagnosis

    When shutdown is generated in the MR, the LED on the MR flashes. *3: These LEDs only flash during rewriting of software in the display unit. During rewriting of software in the MR, the LEDs on the MR flash. KRP-500P...
  • Page 36 5 : The MOD microcomputer controls a MOD relay of the POWER SUPPLY Unit (Display section), then the power is turned on. 5’ : The main microcomputer controls a MOD relay of the POWER SUPPLY Unit (Media Receiver section), then the power is turned on. KRP-500P...
  • Page 37 Module: RELAY1 / KDD DRF_B DRF_B Vs/Va VADR BACK_EEP Module: DRF_B Trans Power (Panel) Input port state Address X/Y Drive,Scan Main: DC_IN ADDRESS ASIC DRIVE Module: RST2 DRIVE DCDC/REG SCAN SCAN Module: PS_PD/PD_TRG_B Panel (Panel) Operation outline All devices are not electrified. KRP-500P...
  • Page 38 (Panel) Input port state Address X/Y Drive,Scan Main: DC_IN ADDRESS ASIC Module: RST2 DRIVE DRIVE DCDC/REG SCAN SCAN Module: PS_PD/PD_TRG_B Panel (Panel) Operation outline Standby power is supplied from the Power Assy, but power to each device is interrupted. KRP-500P...
  • Page 39 ADDRESS ASIC Main: DC_IN DRIVE DRIVE DCDC/REG Module: RST2 SCAN SCAN Panel Module: PS_PD/PD_TRG_B (Panel) Operation outline Only the periphery of the Panel main microcomputer and IR are operated. In this time, panel main microcomputer is the sleep mode. KRP-500P...
  • Page 40 (Panel) Input port state Power Address Main: DC_IN X/Y Drive,Scan ADDRESS ASIC Module: RST2 DRIVE DRIVE DCDC/REG Module: PS_PD/PD_TRG_B SCAN SCAN Panel (Panel) Operation outline Periphery of the Panel main microcomputer, IR, DP Rx and module microcomputer are operated. KRP-500P...
  • Page 41 X/Y Drive,Scan Main: DC_IN ADDRESS ASIC DRIVE DRIVE Module: RST2 DCDC/REG SCAN SCAN Panel Module: PS_PD/PD_TRG_B (Panel) Operation outline Periphery of the Panel main microcomputer, IR, DP Rx and module microcomputer are operated. (As same state as the active standby) KRP-500P...
  • Page 42 Module: RELAY1 / KDD DRF_B DRF_B Vs/Va VADR BACK_EEP Module: DRF_B Trans Power (Panel) Input port state Address X/Y Drive,Scan Main: DC_IN ADDRESS ASIC DRIVE DRIVE Module: RST2 DCDC/REG SCAN SCAN Panel Module: PS_PD/PD_TRG_B (Panel) Operation outline All devices are operated. KRP-500P...
  • Page 43: Diagnosis Flowchart Of Failure Analysis

    MR and Display in this chapter denote the following: MR: Media Receiver (KRP-M01) No LED lit. To “Standby-Related Problems” Display: PLASMA DISPLAY (KRP-600P, KRP-500P) Turn the units on. The red LED remains lit. To “Power-On-Related Problems” Either the red or blue LED To “PD/SD-Related Problems”...
  • Page 44 Replace the system cable. is the problem resolved? When the MR is replaced, Failure in IC7602 or its peripheral circuits. is the problem resolved? Replace the MR MAIN BLOCK Assy. Failure in IC5001 or its peripheral circuits. Replace the Display MAIN Assy. KRP-500P...
  • Page 45 [SM for the MR] When the MR is replaced, Failure analysis of the audio system => AU1 is the problem resolved? Failure in the display. [SM for the Display] Failure analysis of the audio system => PA1 KRP-500P...
  • Page 46 Replace the POWER SUPPLY 200 and 210 V (VSU: 125/35°C). specified range? Unit. The ripple must be within 10 V. Replace the POWER SUPPLY Is there a fluctuation in the VSUS voltage? Unit. The POWER SUPPLY Unit is normal. KRP-500P...
  • Page 47 KRP-500P...
  • Page 48 Properly connect the panel FPC Replace the FFC cables. Is the input signal normal? connectors properly connected to and SCAN Assys connectors. the X/Y DRIVE Assys? Replace the panel chassis. Replace the X/Y DRIVE Assys. Replace the DIGITAL Assy. KRP-500P...
  • Page 49 Is the input signal normal? Replace the FFC cables. (See the oscilloscope photos.) Replace the DIGITAL Assy. Is the waveform of the control signal from the SCAN Assy normal? Replace the Y DRIVE Assy. (See the oscilloscope photos.) Replace the SCAN IC. KRP-500P...
  • Page 50 Is the TCP control signal normal? Is the input signal normal? (See the oscilloscope photos.) (See the oscilloscope photos.) Replace the FFC cables. Replace the panel chassis. * Waveform such as the signal is OK for an LVDS signal. Replace the DIGITAL Assy. KRP-500P...
  • Page 51 (*3): View when the Assy is mounted on the unit and viewed from the rear. as temperature correction are not taken into consideration. Diagrammatic view of the Y DRIVE Assy Diagrammatic view of the X DRIVE Assy R2754,R2755,R2757 R2723 R2621 CN2405 CN2403,CN2406 CN2404 CN2401 K1401 K1402 CN1301,CN1302 KRP-500P...
  • Page 52 After a particular line is identified, display an all-white screen to protect the screen No 11 0675 to 0742 from burn-in. No 12 0743 to 0810 No 13 0811 to 0878 No 14 0879 to 0946 No 15 0947 to 1014 No 16 1015 to 1080 KRP-500P...
  • Page 53 • It is most likely that the video signal and sync signal data are abnormal. Failure in connectors CN3201 or Failure analysis for the CN3202 on the DIGITAL Assy. MAIN Assy => PM3 Failure in ASIC (IC3301) on the DIGITAL Assy. KRP-500P...
  • Page 54 Failure in the IC4001-IC4004 or its peripheral circuits. Check that the clockis input to R4022, and H sync, Replace the MAIN Assy. V sync, and DE signals are input to R4021. • Failure in CN4002 or its peripheral circuits. Replace the MAIN Assy. KRP-500P...
  • Page 55 IC8341 - pins 42, 43 IC5001 - pins 18, 19 IC5001 - pins 20, 21 V: 2 V/div H: 5 μS/div V: 2 V/div H: 5 μS/div V: 2 V/div H: 5 μS/div V: 2 V/div H: 200 nS/div KRP-500P...
  • Page 56: Diagnosis Of Pd (power-down)

    (lower) Over or under SCAN ASSY IC5V voltage detection Over or under voltage detection Under voltage VNOFS detection VKOFS1_2 Under voltage 15VDD detection VKOFS3 Under voltage VKOFS4 VPRST detection Over or under Resonance center voltage detection electric potential KRP-500P...
  • Page 57 Red LED flashes when power-down occurs in the corresponding route. DIGITAL ASSY POWER SUPPLY UNIT ADR_PD_MSK ADRS_PD SQ_LSI Gen. ADR_PD DCDC DIGI_DCDC_PD Convertor XDD_PD DRF_SW XSUS_PD DRF_SW PD MUTE EXT_PD circuit Relay Control SCN5V_PD SCAN_PD Protection Circuit YDD_PD YSUS_PD PS_PD PD_TRG_B MODULE Microcomputer KRP-500P...
  • Page 58 3.3V,2.5V,1.1V DC/DC controlo IC D-DCDC DIGITAL Assy Over voltage/under voltage/overcurrent DC/DC block protection POWER SUPPLY Connector [P4] Connector disconnection Unit UNKNOW Connector disconnection Connector [D23] DIGITAL Assy ModuleUcom can not detection Each PD line of ModuleUcom KRP-500P...
  • Page 59 Ref No. of L Assy (6 pieces) and S Assy (2 pieces) are common use. L1201,R1217 Q1402 Q1405,Q1406 Q1302,Q1304 Q1403,Q1404 Q1301,Q1303 Q1108,Q1112,Q1116,Q1119 IC3801 Q3841,Q3861,Q3881,L3841,L3861,L3881 R3820,R3848,R3868,R3888 EXT_PD line : Open EXT_PD line : Open It becomes "UNKNOW" except above-mentioned PD detection condition. KRP-500P...
  • Page 60: Diagnosis Of Sd (shutdown)

    SDA_AV SDA_E2P EEPROM A_NG_B IC8401 D-Amp CN4002 TXD_MD RXD_MD FAN NG1 REQ_MD FAN NG2 TEMP3_1 TEMP3_2 CN4101 CN3302 CN3301 CN1201 CN2401 IC1203 IC2401 Temp. sensor Temp. sensor CN1202 (T1) (T2) CN3304 CN1203 SENS ASSY FAN ASSY FAN CH ASSY KRP-500P...
  • Page 61 PLANT R3628 Identification IC3607 resistor SQ_NON MONO V+6_5V MULTI FU3801 _FUSE IC3801 IC3805 RXD_MD RST2 3.3V_RST_IC TXD_MD DAC_DIN DAC_DOUT IC3605 DAC_CLK IC3602 E_SCL TEMP1 E_SDA EEPROM UART IC3902 3-wire serial IC3901 BACKUP SENSOR EEPROM Status notice line SENSOR ASSY KRP-500P...
  • Page 62 T2 (for inside) Blue 13 RELAY Failure in the power supply of the Vcc power decrease of MB-POW MAIN Assy the MAIN Assy Blue 15 Failure in communication with the – – EEPROM of the panel main – microcomputer KRP-500P...
  • Page 63 Periphery of the cable between FAN and SENS Assys CN1203,CN2401 Check if cables are firmly connected. 6.5 V power supply of the MAIN Assy CN4502 Check if V + 6_5 V is started. Communication line between main ucom and EEPROM IC7001, IC7003 Check the communcation lines (SCL_E2P/SDA_E2P) KRP-500P...
  • Page 64: Non-failure Information

    Fig. 3: Detection example: Protection against panel cracking Offsetting of the ABL adjustment value The number of SUS pulses with regard to the input APL will be decreased. Input APL Fig. 1: Relationship between input APL and number of SUS pulses KRP-500P...
  • Page 65: Outline Of The Operation

    OFF, or the unit is left unoperated for about 10 seconds in Standby mode. When the panel drive-power is ON When the panel drive-power is OFF POWER SUPPLY Unit POWER SUPPLY Unit Alligator clip DRF-SW-B DRF-SW-B (TP10) (TP10) Alligator clip Multi base Multi base KRP-500P...
  • Page 66 • When the voltage of the DAC output from the Panel Main microcomputer decreases, rotation speed of the fan rises. • Normally, the T1 temperature sensor output is used to control the fan. The T2 sensor detects the temperature inside the unit and assists T1. KRP-500P...
  • Page 67 If the signal to DC IN does not become H • During panel screen ON Shutdown occurs immediately DC_IN PANEL MAIN power within 5 seconds after the PON command Blue LED flashes 13 times (MB-POW) is issued, the unit will shut itself off. KRP-500P...
  • Page 68 (Monitoring starts 1 sec after the the warning indication is displayed for 30 sec. the display minimum to require a shutdown above conditions are established.) Blue LED flashes 11 times are detected. 1 S ∗ 3 times KRP-500P...
  • Page 69 [4] Standalone Operation Mode Standalone Operation mode is available with the KRP-600P and KRP-500P, by issuing the RS-232C command shown below. After disconnecting the system cable, connect an RS-232C cable to the display unit to issue a command. SYSS00: Standalone Operation mode...
  • Page 70: Outline Of Rs-232c Command

    ∗ The setting of the Com port cannot be communicated if it doesn't do correctly. (Please follow a set explanation of PC in the Com port) [2] USING RS-232C COMMANDS Issue the SYSS00 command to set the unit to Standalone Operation mode. KRP-500P...
  • Page 71: List Of Rs-232c Commands

    To clear the shutdown history of the DIGITAL Assy of the display unit Color sensor function: OFF Color sensor function: ON Color Space mode 1: Pioneer original standard Color Space mode 2: In compliance with the EBU standard Color sensor blue coefficient...
  • Page 72 STRIPE (GRN/MGT) Checker in monochrome (1 line) Checker in monochrome (2 lines) Checker in monochrome (4 lines) Checker in monochrome (8 lines) COLOR BAR Slanting lines Checker in black and red (1 line) Checker in black and red (2 lines) KRP-500P...
  • Page 73 Raster - Yellow 120 Raster - Gray 120 Raster - Red 626 Raster - Green 626 Raster - Blue 626 Raster - Red 1023+ Raster - Green 1023+ Raster - Blue 1023+ Raster - Green 225 Raster - Gray 307 KRP-500P...
  • Page 74 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 1.6 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 1.7 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 1.8 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 1.9 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 2.0 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 2.1 Green gamma setting: Fixed at 2.2 KRP-500P...
  • Page 75 To acquire panel information other than the above To acquire panel information (Individual functions) To acquire versions of various microcomputers of the panel main unit To acquire subversions of various microcomputers of the panel To acquire shutdown data To acquire signal-related data KRP-500P...
  • Page 76 To adjust the reference value for Vyprst voltage To adjust the reference value for Vsus voltage To adjust the reference value for Vxpofs1 voltage To adjust the reference value for Vxpofs2 voltage To adjust the reference value for ΔVyknofs1,2/3/4 voltages KRP-500P...
  • Page 77 2SF to Y SUSTAIL (oscillation decrease amount) 3SF and after (2-pulse SSF) to Y SUSTAIL (wedge width) 3SF and after to Y SUSTAIL (wedge width) 3SF and after to Y SUSTAIL (oscillation decrease amount) 2SF to Repetition Y SUS (oscillation increase amount) KRP-500P...
  • Page 78: Details Of Rs-232c Commands

    60-FHD (1920∗1080) 4: Grade 60 inch 2: Panel Generation ∗ Commonness 6th byte Evaluation 8th byte 50 inch 2nd PLANT (Reserved) 50 inch 2nd PLANT 5: Not used 50 inch 1st PLANT “A” fixed ‘ Others ‘ = space KRP-500P...
  • Page 79 6: Color sensor data 3: Adjustment-data Function OFF (including standby) 15 to 18: Detection of Each Protection function backup flag Normal Normal operation Adjustment completed Hardware connection is not completed At detection of protection operation Adjustment not completed Data mismatching KRP-500P...
  • Page 80 GREEN data of color sensor 4 byte 2112 BLUE data of color sensor 4 byte 5000 ∗∗ to ∗∗ Reserved 32 byte CS 2 Byte 2 byte Note: The color sensor data is output as the same data as QS2. KRP-500P...
  • Page 81 Length 3 byte MDUcom-PRG 8 byte =01Y MDUcom-DATA_TBL 8 byte =01Y ’ ’ ’ ’ SQ_LSI-PRG 4 byte =01Y SQ_LSI-PIC_TBL 8 byte =01Y ’ ’ ’ ’ SQ_LSI-SEQ_DATA 4 byte =01Y ∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗ Reserved 8 byte 2 Byte 2 byte KRP-500P...
  • Page 82 3 byte Y2K adjustment value 3 byte Y2Z adjustment value 3 byte YNK adjustment value 3 byte SAT adjustment value 3 byte ∗∗∗ Reserved 3 byte AM radio countermeasure 1 byte ∗∗ Reserved 2 byte 2 Byte 2 byte KRP-500P...
  • Page 83 "75 Hz-2" (VFQS07) is selected for internal signals (mask signals). When external signals are selected and the Drive Sequence type is 75 Hz, "75 Hz-1" is output because "75 Hz-1" and "75 Hz-2" are not distinguished for external signals. KRP-500P...
  • Page 84 8 byte 00000000 Pulse meter B 4 8 byte 00000000 Note: Pulse meter B 5 8 byte 00000000 The minimum for a returned value of the pulse meter for each 2 Byte 2 byte block (B1-B2) is one million. KRP-500P...
  • Page 85 Data from the hour meter for the seventh latest PD 8 byte 00000213 Eighth latest "1st PD" data 1 byte Eighth latest "2nd PD" data 1 byte Data from the hour meter for the eighth latest PD 8 byte 000001A7 2 Byte 2 byte KRP-500P...
  • Page 86 No SD-Sub data Eighth latest SD data 1 byte TEMP1 (high temperature) Eighth latest SD subcategory data 1 byte TEMP1 (low temperature) Data from the hour meter for the eighth latest SD 8 byte 00000000 2 Byte 2 Byte KRP-500P...
  • Page 87 In-phase SUS mode status In-phase SUS mode status 1 Byte Assist status at the cancellation Reserved 1 Byte 2 Byte 2 Byte Note: The types of drive sequence and ABL/WB table are output as the same data as QPW. KRP-500P...
  • Page 88 "adjustment completed," the data in the EEPROM of the DIGITAL Assy will be copied to the EEPROM for backup upon POF. To copy the backup data from the EEPROM for backup [BCP] to the EEPROM on the DIGITAL Assy KRP-500P...
  • Page 89 Model data (Bezel color data, etc.) 3: R3 (ROM Table 3), E: EP (For use by engineers) Firmware version data of the Displayport_Rx 1.10 Version of the program Firmware version data of the Displayport_Rx 0C15 Version of hardware Reserved "Space" Check sum (CS) KRP-500P...
  • Page 90 System Operation mode of the panel S: System Operation mode, T: Standalone Operation mode ∗∗ Dummy 2 All digits are padded with asterisks. Audio muting 0: Canceling muting, 1: Muting ∗∗ Reserved All digits are padded with asterisks. Check sum (CS) KRP-500P...
  • Page 91 High temperature at Temperature Sensor 1 Abnormal temperature of the display "B" With subcategory unit (high) "2" High temperature at Temperature Sensor 2 "D" Abnormality in power of the Display MAIN Assy With subcategory "1" Abnormality in 6.5V power supply. KRP-500P...
  • Page 92: Service Factory Mode

    RASTER MASK SETUP (+) The mask indication (RASTER) can be set and indicated. [1-10] PATTERN MASK SETUP (+) The mask indication (PATTERN) can be set and indicated. [1-11] COMBI MASK SETUP (+) The mask indication (COMBI) can be set and indicated. KRP-500P...
  • Page 93 • CLS-RGB: Data obtained from the color sensor are displayed in the order R, G, Note: and B, with the status indication at the end. Neither the color sensor value nor the status indication will be displayed if the color sensor function is set to ON in the ETC (+) layer beforehand. KRP-500P...
  • Page 94 Cause of power-down OSD Indication POWER SUPPLY Unit P-PWR ADDRESS Assy ADRS DC/DC converter for X drive X-DCDC SCAN Assy SCAN X-SUS X-SUS 5 V power for SCAN SCN5V DC/DC converter for Y drive Y-DCDC DIG-DCDC D-DCDC Y-SUS Y-SUS Unknown UNKNOW KRP-500P...
  • Page 95 Version mismatching (H/I) VER-HI EEPROM Digital EEPROM MDU-DEVICE MD-DEV BACKUP Backup EEPROM DAC IC − − Abnormally in RST2 power supply RST2 High temperature of the panel TMP-H Abnormally in panel temperature TMP-NG Low temperature of the panel TMP-L KRP-500P...
  • Page 96 : Determining the adjustment/setting value and shifting to the upper layer When entered to this layer, panel white balance and the gamma setting become the default temporarily for setting that is necessary for voltage adjustment. Turn off the noise option function. KRP-500P...
  • Page 97 - Y sus tail (wedge width) Timing between Scan and Address SCAN ADRS ADJ <=> SUS frequency (AM radio anti-jamming) SUS FREQ <=> MODE1 to 8 MODE1 Note Note: It is necessary to turn OFF and ON the power for reflecting the setting change. KRP-500P...
  • Page 98 Indication Indication TABLE 1 TABLE 1 A1W1 VIDEO-60Hz 60VS PC-60Hz 60PS TABLE 2 TABLE 2 A2W2 VIDEO-48Hz 48VS VIDEO-50Hz 50VS TABLE 3 TABLE 3 A3W3 VIDEO-72Hz 72VS VIDEO-75Hz-1 75V1 TABLE 4 A3W4 VIDEO-75Hz-2 75V2 Correspond to MASK indication only KRP-500P...
  • Page 99 000 to 255 Color sensor G coefficient CLS G <=> 000 to 255 Color sensor B coefficient CLS B <=> 000 to 255 Note: It is necessary to turn OFF and ON the power for reflecting the setting change. KRP-500P...
  • Page 100 • MODE1 (Right and left reversing) also highlighted. • MODE2 (Top and bottom reversing) The setting is • MODE3 (Right and left, Top and bottom canceled upon reversing) power-off. Color sensor mode CLS <=> • Color sensor operation OFF • Color sensor operation ON KRP-500P...
  • Page 101 <Next nested layer of RASTER MASK SETUP (+)> RS-232C Item OSD Indication MASK Display Sequence Remarks COMMAND Mask off MASK OFF Display raster mask 01 RST MASK 01 <=> <=>50V<=>60V<=>60P<=> MKR/VFQ 72V<=>75V1<=>75V2<=> ··· ··· Display raster mask 25 RST MASK 25 <=> KRP-500P...
  • Page 102 <Next nested layer of PATTERN MASK SETUP (+)> RS-232C Item OSD Indication MASK Display Sequence Remarks COMMAND Mask off MASK OFF Display raster mask 01 PTN MASK 01 <=> <=>50V<=>60V<=>60P<=> MKS/VFQ 72V<=>75V1<=>75V2<=> ··· ··· Display raster mask 49 PTN MASK 49 <=> KRP-500P...
  • Page 103 <Next nested layer of COMBI MASK SETUP (+)> RS-232C Item OSD Indication MASK Display Sequence Remarks COMMAND Mask off MASK OFF Display raster mask 01 CMB MASK 01 <=> <=>50V<=>60V<=>60P<=> MKC/VFQ 72V<=>75V1<=>75V2<=> ··· ··· Display raster mask 17 CMB MASK 17 <=> KRP-500P...
  • Page 104 • SEQ PRS: Version of the writing data for the sequence LSI • DP RX: Version of the writing data for the DP receiver firmware • DP RX HARD: Version of the hardware for the DP receiver • PANEL INFO: Information on the display panel KRP-500P...
  • Page 105 P-FAN FAN_NG_A="H" FAN1 FAN_NG_B="H" FAN2 High temperature at Temperature Sensor 1 High temperature of the display unit TEMP3 High temperature at Temperature Sensor 2 Power supply of the POWER MB-POW VCC power decreaseof the MAIN Assy RELAY SUPPLY Unit KRP-500P...
  • Page 106 – N T V – <DOWN> : Shifting to PM_SETUP (+). <UP> : Shifting to PM STATE INFO. D E V – <L/R> : Updating displayed information – 0 0 E 0 3 6 – 0 7 0 C A 1 KRP-500P...
  • Page 107 COMMAND Bezel setting PM_BEZEL_SETUP <=> • NO OPRT (No operation) • R1 (Bezel setting 1) Black KRP-500P/WYSIXK5, WYS5, LFT, WA5 • R2 (Bezel setting 2) White No use • R3 (Bezel setting 3) Beige No use • EP (For use by engineers) SD history clear PM NG CLEAR <=>...
  • Page 108 Select the setting, using the L or R key, then press the ENTER/SET key to clear the data. When NO OPT is selected, NG CLEAR is not performed. Pressing the L or R key toggles between CLEAR and NO OPT, as shown below: CLEAR NO OPT KRP-500P...
  • Page 109: Disassembly

    Sub frame L Assy Sub frame R Assy (509) (509) Front chassis Front chassis HT Assy 509 HB Assy 509 Address plate S, L (509) ADDRESS S ADDRESS L Front chassis V (509M) 50F SCAN A 50F SCAN B KRP-500P...
  • Page 110: Disassembly

    Under grip LS (50F) and R (50F) Remove the six N grip screws. (ABA1381) Remove the under grips LS (50F) and R (50F). Under grip LS (50F) Under grip R (50F) Screw tightening order The other screws are random order. POW SW Assy KRP-500P...
  • Page 111 Rear case (509M) Remove the two screws. (ABA1380) Remove the 22 N grip screws. (ABA1381) Remove the rear case (509M). Rear case (509M) Reference ABA1380 ABA1381 Screw tightening order The other screws are random order. KRP-500P...
  • Page 112 3 When the voltage becomes less than 5 V, disconnect the connectors of the POWER SUPPLY Unit then remove it. POWER SUPPLY Unit Points of checking residual electric charges: After making sure that the voltage of both ends of C101 has fallen to 5 V or less, remove the POWER SUPPLY Unit. KRP-500P...
  • Page 113 Remove the two N grip screws. ×2 ×2 (ABA1381)(KRP-500P/WYSIXK5) Remove the two screws. (AMZ30P060FTB)(KRP-500P/WYS5, LFT, WA5) Remove the two N grip screws. (ABA1381) Terminal panel SEP Remove the three N grip screws. (ABA1381) Remove the two screws. (ABZ30P080FTC) Remove the terminal panel SEP.
  • Page 114 Release the two PCB spacers (reuse). Disconnect the two flexible cables. Disconnect cables, connectors, as requied. AUDIO Assy MAIN Assy FAN Assy Lift the MAIN and AUDIO Assys to the direction of AUDIO Assy MAIN Assy the arrow. 50F DIGITAL Assy FAN Assy KRP-500P...
  • Page 115 SEP. Multi base Section Remove the four screws. (ABZ30P080FTC) Disconnect the two flexible cables. Multi base Section Lift the multi base section to the direction of the arrow. 50F DIGITAL Assy Screw tightening order KRP-500P...
  • Page 116 Remove the F-case Assy (500SEP), by pulling it upward. Front side When assembling the front bezel, tighten this rivet first. Rivet Turn it not to press the rivet. (Because when the rivet presses, fit in once again.) LED Assy RLS Assy IR Assy KRP-500P...
  • Page 117 Sub frame L and R Assy (509) Remove the 16 screws. (TBZ40P060FTC) Disconnect cables, connectors, as requied. Remove the sub frame L and R Assys (509). Sub frame R Assy 509 Sub frame L Assy 509 Screw tightening order The other screws are random order. KRP-500P...
  • Page 118 Remove the three screws. (APZ30P080FTB) Remove the two screws. (ABZ30P080FTC) Remove the two N grip screws. (ABA1381) Remove the front chassis HB Assy 509. Front chassis HB Assy 509 RLS Assy LED Assy Screw tightening order The other screws are random order. KRP-500P...
  • Page 119 Remove the two screws. (ABZ30P080FTC) Remove the two N grip screws. (ABA1381) Remove the front chassis V (509M). Front chassis V (509M) Screw tightening order The other screws are random order. 50F Y DRIVE Assy 50F SCAN A Assy 50F SCAN B Assy KRP-500P...
  • Page 120: Each Setting And Adjustment

    To perform the FINAL SETUP of the entire system, i.e., the display and the Media Receiver (MR), input commands via the RS-232C connector on the MR in System Operation mode. For details, refer to the service manual of the Media Receiver. KRP-500P...
  • Page 121 Regulator IC NJM2871BF05 IC4503 Regulator IC PQ025ENA1ZPH AWW1393 MAIN Assy IC4504 Regulator IC NJM2846DL3-18 IC7004 Regulator IC NJM2846DL3-33 IC8331 Regulator IC NJM2846DL3-33 AUDIO Assy AWW1398 IC8401 Digital Amp TAS5122DCA IC1201 Regulator IC PQ200WNA1ZPH AWW1394 FAN Assy IC1202 Regulator IC PQ200WNA1ZPH KRP-500P...
  • Page 122 No adjustment is required after replacement of parts Y DRIVE Assy other than those shown in “8.5 ADJUSTMENT WHEN THE DRIVE ASSYS ARE REPLACED. ADDRESS Assy No adjustment required SENSOR Assy No adjustment required Other assemblies No adjustment required KRP-500P...
  • Page 123: Backup Of The Eeprom (digital Assy)

    6 Turn off the power. Note: If both the DIGITAL and SENSOR Assys are to be replaced, replace the SENSOR Assy first in order to store the backup data. Then turn the unit on then back off again, then replace the DIGITAL Assy. KRP-500P...
  • Page 124: For Service

    4 Issue the FAJ command to register the changed adjustment data as adjusted data then transfer them as backup data. 5 With the QS2 command, confirm that the main unit adjustment flag becomes "adjustment completed." 6 Turn off the power. KRP-500P...
  • Page 125 Note: If you mount a secondhand Assy to the product without performing the above procedures, the adjustment data and logs for the main unit specific to the product will be erased, and those of the secondhand Assy will be copied when the unit is turned off. KRP-500P...
  • Page 126: How To Clear History Data

    SET (5 sec) 4 Turn off the power. (2) Using the RS-232C commands 1 Turn on the power. 2 Issue the FAY command. 3 Issue the Delete command for a log you wish to clear. 4 Turn off the power. KRP-500P...
  • Page 127: Adjustment When The Service Panel Assy Is Replaced

    OFF, LUT mode is set to ON and Reset active control is set to OFF. If adjustment is performed using RS232C commands, unlike the case of Factory menu operation, adjustments are not interlocked. Therefore, settings must be performed individually, by issuing commands. (See the section on preparations before adjustment.) KRP-500P...
  • Page 128 • The initial value for the interlocked setting value is 128, for service including for factory preset values. • Re-replacement of the panel • See "[3] DRIVE ASSY" of "5.2 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART • Replacement of the DRIVE Assy OF FAILURE ANALYSIS" for calculation of actually used voltage values. KRP-500P...
  • Page 129 : To set the gamma G value to that for Factory mode [PGB S00] : To set the gamma B value to that for Factory mode [DIZ S03] : Dither ON, L dither ON, noise OFF. [$1800000001] : LUT mode ON KRP-500P...
  • Page 130 (Check on the PANEL 1-ADJ menu.) Return VOL OFFSET to the tentative setting value. / [VOF ∗∗∗] Determine the tentative setting value for VOL OFFSET as the final value. From the Recovery flowchart (1-1) and (1-3) [To the Main flowchart (2)] KRP-500P...
  • Page 131 VOL SUS *1 VOL XPOSF2 *1 VOL OFFSET VOL YNOFS1 D *1 VOL RST P *1 VOL YNOFS3 D *1 VOL XPOFS1 *1 VOL YNOFS4 D *1 VOL YNOFS4 A *1: The tentative setting value becomes the final value. KRP-500P...
  • Page 132 (Check on the PANEL 1-ADJ menu.) Set VOL OFFSET to the current setting value minus 78. / [VOF ∗∗∗] Determine the current VOL OFFSET setting value as the final value. [To the Main flowchart (1)] KRP-500P...
  • Page 133 (Check on the PANEL 1-ADJ menu.) Set VOL OFFSET to the current setting value plus 45. / [VOF ∗∗∗] Determine the current VOL OFFSET setting value as the final value. [To the Main flowchart (1)] KRP-500P...
  • Page 134 (Check on the PANEL 1-ADJ menu.) Set VOL YNOFSA D to the current setting value minus 23. / [VYF ∗∗∗] Determine the current VOL YNOFSA D setting value as the final value. [To the Main flowchart (2)] KRP-500P...
  • Page 135 (Check on the PANEL 1-ADJ menu.) Set VOL YNOFSA D to the current setting value plus 25. / [VYF ∗∗∗] Determine the current VOL YNOFSA D setting value as the final value. [To the Main flowchart (2)] KRP-500P...
  • Page 136: Adjustment When The Drive Assys Are Replaced

    Adjust so that "Δ Tsus - gub = Δ Tsus - iub + α ± 5 nsec," using the variable controls shown in the table below: Value of α Assy X DRIVE Assy VR1002 60 nsec Y DRIVE Assy VR2002 60 nsec KRP-500P...
  • Page 137 (input to the gate terminal of Q2111) SUS-D pulse width: Tsus - Dg Adjust so that "Tsus - Dg = Tsus - D ± 5 nsec," using the variable control shown in the table below: Assy Y DRIVE Assy VR2001 KRP-500P...
  • Page 138 2 Adjust the pulse width (Tsus - Dg) of the SUS-D Y DRIVE Assy input signal so that it becomes "Tsus-D ± 5 nsec." 1 Measure the SUS-D pulse width (Tsus - D). TP2114 from VR2001 IC2104 DIGITAL Assy Q2111 IC2005_A7 Q2105 IGBT YSUS-D Q2113 IGBT TP2116 KRP-500P...
  • Page 139 KRP-500P...
  • Page 140: Exploded Views And Parts List

    Screws adjacent to b mark on product are used for disassembly. For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.) 9.1 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/WYSIXK5) Cable clamps ×4 ×2...
  • Page 141 PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST (KRP-500P/WYSIXK5) Mark No. Description Part No. > System Cable (2.9 m) ADF1041 > Power Cable ADG1214 > Power Cable ADG1223 Remote Control Unit AXD1562 Battery Cover (Black) AZN2784 NSP 6 Alkaline Dry Cell Battery VEM1045 (LR6, AA)
  • Page 142: Packing Section (krp-500p/wys5)

    9.2 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/WYS5) Cable clamps ×4 ×2 Ferrite core Cable tie (for ferrite core) UK model Only ×2 Screw (M5 x 8 mm) Colour sensor Colour sensor bracket Cable guide (when atattched to the top right of the rear panel)
  • Page 143 PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST (KRP-500P/WYS5) Mark No. Description Part No. > System Cable (2.9 m) ADF1041 > Power Cable ADG1214 > Power Cable ADG1223 Remote Control Unit AXD1562 Battery Cover (Black) AZN2784 NSP 6 Alkaline Dry Cell Battery VEM1045 (LR6, AA)
  • Page 144: Packing Section (krp-500p/lft)

    9.3 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/LFT) Cable clamps ×4 Ferrite core Note: Cable tie As for the power cord, the thing (for ferrite core) which fitted destination is supplied. KRP-500P...
  • Page 145 PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST (KRP-500P/LFT) Mark No. Description Part No. > NSP 1 Power Cable ADG1232 > NSP 2 Power Cable ADG1234 > NSP 3 Power Cable ADG1236 > NSP 4 Power Cable ADG1239 > NSP 5 Power Cable ADG1241 >...
  • Page 146: Packing Section (krp-500p/wa5)

    9.4 PACKING SECTION (KRP-500P/WA5) Cable clamps ×4 Power Cable Note: When only the cable tie is Ferrite core necessary, please order a nylon binder (AEC-093). Cable tie (for ferrite core) KRP-500P...
  • Page 147 PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST (KRP-500P/WA5) Mark No. Description Part No. > System Cable (2.9 m) ADF1041 > AC Power Cord ADG1209 • • • • • Remote Control Unit AXD1569 Battery Cover (Black) AZN2784 NSP 6 Dry Cell Battery (R6, AA)
  • Page 148: Rear Section

    9.5 REAR SECTION POWER SUPPLY Refer to "9.6 FRONT SECTION". KRP-500P...
  • Page 149 N Grip Screw (M3 x 6) ABA1381 Screw (B3 x 8) ABA1389 Screw APZ30P080FTB (2) CONTRAST TABLE KRP-500P/WYSIXK5, WYS5, LFT and WA5 are constructed the same except for the following: KRP-500P KRP-500P KRP-500P KRP-500P Mark No. Symbol and Description /WYSIXK5...
  • Page 150: Front Section

    9.6 FRONT SECTION Refer to "9.7 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2)". MAIN CN4104 MAIN CN4105 Rear view KRP-500P...
  • Page 151 FRONT SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. LED Assy AWW1399 RLS Assy AWW1401 IR Assy AWW1400 6/3/3P Housing Wire (J117) ADX3712 F-Case Assy (500SEP) AMB3108 Blind Cushion (508F) AEB1479 FC Gate Sheet AMR3906 Nylon Rivet AEC1671 Rivet (Plastic) AEC1877 KRP-500P...
  • Page 152: Chassis Section (1/2)

    9.7 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2) Refer to "9.10 MULTIBASE SECTION". Cleaning paper : GED-008 FAN CH CN3301 FAN CH CN3302 FAN CH CN3301 Refer to "9.8 CHASSIS SECTION (2/2)". KRP-500P...
  • Page 153 > Front Gasket H50 ANK1964 NSP 20 FAN Plate ANG3221 Wire Clip AEC1948 Screw ABA1351 N Grip Screw (M3 x 6) ABA1381 Screw (B3 x 12) ABA1395 Screw ABZ30P080FTC Screw APZ30P080FTB Screw BPZ30P080FTB Screw BPZ30P160FTB Screw PPZ50P100FTB Screw TBZ40P060FTC KRP-500P...
  • Page 154: Chassis Section (2/2)

    9.8 CHASSIS SECTION (2/2) AUDIO CN8302 MAIN CN4502 MAIN CN4501 POW SW CN2201 AC Inlet MAIN CN8002 MAIN CN4001 CN4002 CN1203 CN1202 Refer to "9.9 PANEL CHASSIS SECTION". KRP-500P...
  • Page 155 PCB Spacer (Reuse) AEC2122 Flat Clamp AEC1879 Reuse Wire Saddle AEC2134 Reuse Card Spacer S AEC2153 Reuse PCB Spacer 4.5B AEC2161 Drive Sheet AEH1155 Drive Sheet Y AEH1186 Power Silicon Sheet AEH1187 Y Drive Sheet B AMR3769 FAN Sheet AMR3786 KRP-500P...
  • Page 156: Panel Chassis Section

    9.9 PANEL CHASSIS SECTION KRP-500P...
  • Page 157 • • • • • • • • • • Screw ABA1351 Screw ABA1364 (2) CONTRAST TABLE KRP-500P/WYSIXK5, WYS5, LFT and WA5 are constructed the same except for the following: KRP-500P KRP-500P KRP-500P KRP-500P Mark No. Symbol and Description /WYSIXK5...
  • Page 158: Multibase Section

    9.10 MULTIBASE SECTION POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY IR CN2101 RLS CN2701 LED CN2001 SENS CN3202 CN2401 50F DIGITAL CN3201 CN3203 DIGITAL FAN CH CN3304 POWER SUPPLY KRP-500P...
  • Page 159 Wire Saddle AEC1745 PCB Support AEC1938 PCB Spacer (Reuse) AEC2087 Reuse Mini Saddle AEC2160 (2) CONTRAST TABLE KRP-500P/WYSIXK5, WYS5, LFT and WA5 are constructed the same except for the following: KRP-500P KRP-500P KRP-500P KRP-500P Mark No. Symbol and Description /WYSIXK5 /WYS5...
  • Page 160: Pdp Service Assy

    9.11 PDP SERVICE ASSY PDP SERVICE ASSY 509M : AWU1378 Exterior Section Serial Label KRP-500P...
  • Page 161 NSP 18 Front Service Assy AMB3103 Under Grip R (50F) AMR3897 Under Grip LS (50F) AMR3899 NSP 21 Rear Case (509M) ANE1682 • • • • • • • • • • Screw ABA1351 Screw (3 x 25 P) ABA1380 KRP-500P...

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