» Contents Page Service Manual HP MDTV Rear Projection TVs Fall 2005 L1735A, L1736A, L1737A, L1798A...
Preface This manual is prepared for the maintenance service for HP's 50”, 58”, and 65” Rear Projec- tion Multi-Purpose Display Unit. Maintenance procedures described in this manual are in- tended to isolate faulty parts and replace them in the field. It also aims to serve as a guide in procuring replacement parts for this product.
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Chapter 1 Specifications Technical Specification The Zappa Family of Digital TVs consists of a portfolio of four TVs. The following table high- lights the individual products. t u l t u l t u l t u l 1. Lamp i r r "...
Disassemble System Fan, Main Board Module and Amplifier Board Unscrew 2 screws to remove System Fan. XHD4 Model: HD4 Model:...
2. Unscrew 3 screws (step 1), unscrew 5 screws (step2 & step 3) (shown in the yellow square), unplug 17 connectors (XHD4)/ 16 connectors (HD4) (shown in red circle) to remove Main Board Module. XHD4 Model: Step 1 HD4 Model: Step 1 Step 2 &...
3. Lossen 4 tenons to remove Amplifier Board from Main Board Module. 4. Unscrew 14 screws (shown in red circle), 2 hex screws (shown in yellow square) to remove Main Board Cover from Main Board Module.
5. Unscrew 2 screws to remove Cable Card Accessory. (for XHD4 model only) 6. Unscrew 2 Nuts (shown in yellow square) and 5 screws (shown in red circle) to re move Tuner Board. 7. Lossen 2 tenons to remove Audio Board. 8.
Disassemble Engine Module Disconnect 3 connectors and unscrew 2 screws from the rear side of TV. Unscrew 4 screws to remove Front Cover. Note: Please use star type screwdriver. Unscrew 4 screws from Engine Module.
Unscrew 2 screws to remove the cover the Speaker. Unscrew 2 screws to remove the holding parts.
Remove 4 covers from the top of the TV first and remove 4 screws after, then the screen can be removed. Note: 1. To prevent the damage, use a sponge to support the screen. 2. Inside of the screen is brighter than outside. To gently remove the Engine Module, cover the lens with a Lens cover to preventing damage.
Unscrew 1 screw to remove Thermal Sensor. Unscrew 3 screws to remove Engine Fan.
Chapter 4 Alignment & Function Test Procedure Action Reference c i t g i l ) * ( a l l * : 1st step ** : 2nd step *** : 3rd stepstep Hot Key - Factory Menu: Press “Source”, “-”, “CC”, “SAP” to enter Factory Menu.
(1)Press SOURCE button on the remote Keypad control and choose source to test Component 2 . (2)Connect to DVD component signal (1)Press SOURCE button on the remote Remote control and choose source to video 2. Control test (2)Connect to DVD composite signal Check if the keypad function work well.
ADC Calibration ADC - YPbPr Calibration Input “SMPTE”Test patter (Figure 1) from generator to TV component port. (component 1 or 2 is ok) TV set to Factory Menu. Use cursor on the remote to move to “ADC Calibration” setting. Like Figure 2. Press “OK”...
Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade Procedure Equipment Needed Software : - Zappa Projection Firmware Hardware : - Zappa Projection TV - USB Flash Disk USB Upgrade Function Overview Zappa builds in USB OTG chip for F/W upgrade purpose; user just put F/W hex code into USB Flash Disk, and then plug it to USB receptacle of TV, system will upgrade the F/W to appropriate unit.
Upgrade Unit MTV512 CSC1220 VGA EDID HDMI EDID Pixel Works DTV Boot Code BOOTROM DTV Module You can put all of above files into disk or individual file that depend on what unit you want to upgrade. And driver will follow the upgrade sequence to upgrade each unit. About VGA EDID and HDMI EDID, you can put all of model’s EDID code in one USB Flash Drive, USB will according to product ID in EDID EEP ROM to choice correct EDID code.
USB Upgrade Procedure 1. Put F/W hex code to USB Flash Disk. 2. TV power state at Standby mode. 3. Plug USB Flash Disk to USB receptacle of TV. 4. LED rotates. (Except MTV512 Unit) 5. Waiting for POWER LED flash or all LED off (MTV512) 6.
Chapter 6 EDID Upgrade Procedure 1. Tool Needed: Hardware : IBM compatible PC that minimum CPU requirement is Pentium III 800 D8330 Card (PCI Interface, see notice 3-1) D8330 Interface Cable (see notice 3-1) DVI to HDMI cable, like this Software Tool: OS need Microsoft Windows 98/NT/2000/XP D8330 Display Data Channel Testing System (see notice 3-1)
M5820 Model: ZP5820_VGA.DDC for EDID-analog ZP5820_HDMI.DDC for EDID-digital M5880 Model: ZP5880_VGA.DDC for EDID-analog ZP5880_HDMI.DDC for EDID-digital M6580 Model: ZP6580_VGA.DDC for EDID-analog ZP6580_HDMI.DDC for EDID-digital 2 files, These files you should put them in C:\Program Files\DynaColor\DDC\data directory 2-3. Turn off protection for DDC upgrade. Press “Ch +” first, then press “Power” after. Hold the both buttons simultaneously, let go, then press “Power”.
Double- click “DDC” icon to execute D8330 Display Data Channel Testing System. (about install “DDC” software please reference D8330 Display Data Channel Testing System user’s manual) Then, you can see the picture: Select “Working Model” to ZP5880_VGA. If can’t find the ZP5880_VGA, (please see notice 3-2)
You can see this picture: Then key in Serial Number. (see notice 3-3) After press “Enter” key in your keyboard to execute. It will show “PASS” Information like this picture.
From now, you have finished the DDC-analog data update. If you want to continue update DDC digital data, please don’t power off your TV. Then go to 2-5 procedure. 2-5. DDC-digital data update Here is communication cable installation method: (There are two DDC ports, finish one at the time) Please check your TV in the power on mode (it means the power light indicator in the front keypad is green)
Select “Working Model” to ZP5880_HDMI. If can’t find the ZP5880_HDMI, (please see notice 3-2) Execute “ “ function button in the left area. You can see this picture: Then key in Serial Number. (see notice 3-3)
After press “Enter” key to execute. It will show “Pass” Information like this picture: From now, you have finished the DDC-digital data update. Note: There are 2 DDC ports need upgrade. 2-6. Turn on the “Protection” for DDC upgrade, then press “Vol -” + “Menu” simultaneously. 3.
3-2. ZP5880_VGA.DDC, ZP5880_HDMI.DDC they including DDC data, it’s text file. It’s provided by Coretronic. It should put in C:\Program Files\DynaColor\DDC\data dictionary. If you got error in here, please call Coretronic Customer Service Center. 3-3. If you key in incorrect serial number or TV doesn’t power on. You will show this picture.
Exploded Parts List – 1 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item Lamp/interlock warning label Open/close bushing Wire Clip TDY 8-1...
Exploded Parts List – 2 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item Handle, V0-11 RP58 EPE Bag RP58 carton enclosure...
Exploded Parts List – 3 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item RP58 product label Wiring assembly DVI formatter board to main...
Exploded Parts List – 4 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item RP I/O connector label RP wire mount WAS-1 Spacer support SCE-11 “pin good”...
Exploded Parts List – 5 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item Wiring assembly main board to IR receiver...
Exploded Parts List – 6 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item Handle V0-11 PE bag 1830x1600x0.08mm RP50 carton enclosure...
Exploded Parts List – 7 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item Sanyodenki axial fan RP wire mount WAS-1...
Exploded Parts List – 8 The following parts list is FOR REFERENCE ONLY, as not all parts/assemblies are available for ordering on HP’s parts ordering web sites (CSN/Consumer Support Ordering and HP PartSurfer). Item RP Control buttons PCBA keypad board...
Appendix C by shining colored light onto a digital micromirror device (DMD) impregnated with small, movable mirrors. Each micromirror is responsible for an individual pixel and can oscillate several thousand times per second. The process reduces “pixelation” by increasing “active area” of the pixel. Major advantages: excellent, bright picture with good black quality;...
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DVI. HDCP (high-definition content protection) encryption in high-definition signals that prevents unlawful duplication. HP’s HD demo tapes have HDCP encoded. HDTV ATSC tuner An internal or external over- the-air tuner that receives high-definition television signals.
Terrestrial HD See “Over-the-air HD.” Thumbnail view A feature on HP microdisplay TVs that gives you a snapshot view via nine window panes showing what is connected to the TV. Per- mits quick, simple change between each source through remote control.