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SERVICE MANUAL
2
2005
YA229
1
PRECAUTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
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SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
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DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
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ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21
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TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-29
PDP COLOUR TELEVISION
PD-Z50DX4,
PD-Z50DX4
VM-Z50DX4, VM-Z50DX4/S
[PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT]

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COPYRIGHT © 2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited
/S
TU-Z50DX4, TU-Z50DX4/S
[RECEIVER UNIT]
BASIC CHASSIS
FP2
No.YA229
2005/2

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    SERVICE MANUAL PDP COLOUR TELEVISION YA229 2005 PD-Z50DX4, PD-Z50DX4 BASIC CHASSIS VM-Z50DX4, VM-Z50DX4/S [PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT] TU-Z50DX4, TU-Z50DX4/S [RECEIVER UNIT] TABLE OF CONTENTS PRECAUTION............... . . 1-3 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS .
  • Page 2 SPECIFICATION Items Contents Dimensions ( W × H × D ) Plasma display unit 135.0cm × 83.6cm × 11.0cm Receiver unit 43.5cm × 7.0cm × 31.3cm Mass Plasma display unit 51.0kg Receiver unit 3.6kg TV RF System B, G, I, D, K, K1, M Colour System PAL / SECAM / NTSC 3.58 / NTSC 4.43 Stereo System...
  • Page 3: Precaution

    SECTION 1 PRECAUTION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (1) The design of this product contains special hardware, many (8) When service is required, observe the original lead dress. circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For Extra precaution should be given to assure correct lead continued protection, no changes should be made to the dress in the high voltage circuit area.
  • Page 4 INSTALLATION 1.2.1 HEAT DISSIPATION If the heat dissipation vent behind this unit is blocked, cooling efficiency may deteriorate and temperature inside the unit will rise. The temperature sensor that protects the unit will be activated when internal temperature exceeds the pre-determined level and power will be turned off automatically.
  • Page 5 PRECAUTIONS REGARDING PDP 1.3.1 PRECAUTIONS DURING NOTES FOR TRANSPORTATION 1.3.4 OPTICAL FILTER (PANEL FILTER) When transporting the unit, pressure exerted on the internal PDP Avoid placing the unit under direct sunlight over a prolonged (Plasma Display Panel) due to improper handling (such as period of time.
  • Page 6: Specific Service Instructions

    SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS FEATURES D.I.S.T. (Digital Image Scaling Technology) SUPER DIGIPURE This system uses line interpolation to double the number of This function uses the latest in digital technology to give you a scanning lines and achieve high resolution, flicker-free picture. natural-looking picture.
  • Page 7 TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2.4.1 PDP STRUCTURE AND CHARACTERISTIC This unit uses the flat type panel PDP (Plasma Display Panel), instead of the conventional CRT (Cathode Ray Tube), as a display unit. 2.4.1.1 PIXEL (CELL) ARRAY PDP is constructed by sealing the xenon, which emits neon and ultraviolet rays for discharging purpose, in between the electrodes lay on the front glass substrate and rear glass substrate.
  • Page 8 2.4.2 MAIN CPU PIN FUNCTION [IC7601 : DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y / RECEIVER UNIT] Pin name Function Pin name Function VHOLD1 Data slice for main screen closed caption Not used HFLT1 I/O LPF for main screen closed caption video input Not used Not used Not used...
  • Page 9 2.4.3 SUB (CHASSIS) CPU PIN FUNCTION [IC7001 : DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y / RECEIVER UNIT] Pin name Function Pin name Function LB_PRO Not used BS_TXD Not used : Data transmission for digital tuner communication P_MU Picture muting [Muting = H] BS_RXD Not used : Data receive for digital tuner communication JP_CSB...
  • Page 10: Disassembly

    SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (DISPLAY UNIT) NOTE: • When exchanging parts etc. with the front side (PDP side) fancing down, place a protection sheet under the DISPALY UNIT to prevent scratches on the front side. • It is advisable to take notes of the connecting locations (connector numbers) of the removed connectors. 3.1.1 REMOVING THE REAR COVER (Fig.1) 3.1.6 REMOVING THE DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB (Fig.1) (1) Remove the power cord and the system cable.
  • Page 11 BACK COVER REAR COVER DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB LINE FILTER INSULATOR AUDIO PWB BACK COVER LINE FILTER CHASSIS SHIELD BRACKET TERMINAL COVER CHASSIS BASE SPEAKER HOLDER SPEAKER HOLDER Fig.1 (No.YA229)1-11...
  • Page 12 3.1.8 REMOVING THE TEMP. SENSOR PWB (Fig.2) 3.1.14 REMOVING THE DISPLAY LED PWB (Fig.2) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the BACK COVER. (1) Disconnect the connector [CN800V] from the TEMP. • Remove the SPEAKER HOLDER. SENSOR PWB PWB . •...
  • Page 13 MAIN POWER UNIT FAN BRACKET COOLING FAN SUB POWER PWB POWER CHASSIS PWB TEMP. SENSOR PWB BACK BRACKET PDP (PANEL) UNIT GAS insertion hole DISPLAY LED PWB DD SPEAKER DD SPEAKER DISPLAY SWITCH PWB WOOFER BACK COVER CONTROL KNOB WOOFER SPEAKER WOOFER SPEAKER...
  • Page 14 3.1.18 REMOVING THE PWB IN PDP UNIT 3.1.18.1 REMOVING THE X LEFT TOP PWB (Fig.3) 3.1.18.7 REMOVING THE Y DRIVE UPPER PWB (Fig.3) • Remove the PDP UNIT. • Remove the PDP UNIT. (1) Disconnect the connector [P4] / [P5] / [P501] / [P502] / (1) Disconnect the connectors [P2] / [P10] from the Y-SUB PWB .
  • Page 15 3.1.19 REMOVING THE FRONT FILTER (Fig.4) 3.1.20 REMOVING THE TOP FRAME BRACKET, BOTTOM • Remove the REAR COVER. FRAME BRACKET AND SIDE FRAME BRACKET (Fig.4) • Remove the CHASSIS SHIELD BRACKET. • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the TERMINAL COVER. •...
  • Page 16 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (RECEIVER UNIT) CAUTION AT DISASSEMBLY: • Be sure to perform the SYSTEM SETTING on the page 1-6, at the end of the procedure. • Make sure that the power cord is disconnected from the outlet. • Pay special attention not to break or damage the parts. •...
  • Page 17 TOP COVER DIGITAL HOLDER RECEIVER PWB DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB SYSTEM POWER PWB ANALOG SIGNAL REGULATOR PWB FRONT PANEL REAR JACK PWB FRONT CONTROL PWB REAR COVER Fig.9 (No.YA229)1-17...
  • Page 18 MEMORY IC REPLACEMENT • This model uses the memory IC. • This memory IC stores data for proper operation of the video and drive circuits. • When replacing, be sure to use an IC containing this (initial value) data. 3.3.1 MEMORY IC REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE 1.
  • Page 19 3.3.3 SETTINGS OF FACTORY SHIPMENT 3.3.3.1 BUTTON OPERATION 3.3.3.2 REMOTE CONTROL DIRECT OPERATION Setting item Setting position Setting item Setting position POWER CHANNEL CHANNEL VOLUME VOLUME ZOOM PANORAMIC TV/AV CINEMA 3.3.3.3 REMOTE CONTROL MENU OPERATION (1) PICTURE (4) FEATURES Setting item Setting position Setting item Setting position...
  • Page 20 REPLACEMENT OF CHIP COMPONENT 3.4.1 CAUTIONS (1) Avoid heating for more than 3 seconds. (2) Do not rub the electrodes and the resist parts of the pattern. (3) When removing a chip part, melt the solder adequately. (4) Do not reuse a chip part after removing it. 3.4.2 SOLDERING IRON (1) Use a high insulation soldering iron with a thin pointed end of it.
  • Page 21: Adjustment

    SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (1) There are 2 ways of adjusting this TV : One is with the POWER CIRCUIT [DISPLAY UNIT] REMOTE CONTROL UNIT and the other is the • PDP POWER VOLTAGE adjustment conventional method using adjustment parts and VIDEO CIRCUIT [RECEIVER UNIT] components.
  • Page 22 4.5.3 DESCRIPTION OF STATUS DISPLAY (5) SETTING ITEM NAME Setting item name are displayed. The setting item numbers to SETTINGITEM No. SETTING ITEM SETTING VALUE (DATA) be displayed are listed below. Item No. Setting item S001 - S039 Video system setting S0010000 PREPARE S0010000 PREPARE PAL50000...
  • Page 23 INITIAL SETTING VALUES IN THE SERVICE MODE • Perform fine-tuning based on the "initial values" using the remote control when in the Service mode. • The "initial values" serve only as an indication rough standard and therefore the values with which optimal display can be achieved may be different from the default values.
  • Page 24 Setting value Setting value Item Variable Item Variable Item name Item name range range SECAM NTSC SECAM NTSC D017 SV PfL 00 - 03 D066 (Not display) 00 - FF D018 SYL CON 00 - 3F D067 (Not display) 00 - FF D019 SYL CONF 00 - 01 D068 (Not display)
  • Page 25 Setting value Setting value Item Variable Item Variable Item name Item name range range SECAM NTSC SECAM NTSC D115 (Not display) 00 - FF D164 (Not display) 00 - FF D116 (Not display) 00 - FF D165 (Not display) 00 - FF D117 (Not display) 00 - FF D166 (Not display)
  • Page 26 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE 4.7.1 POWER CIRCUIT [DISPLAY UNIT] Measuring Item Test point Adjustment part Description instrument PDP POWER Signal Connector Vs VR:190V ADJ (R551) CAUTION: VOLTAGE generator CN806 Va VR:60V ADJ (R351) • During adjustment operation of PDP POWER [MAIN POWER UNIT] VOLTAGE, don't touch the heat sink of the MAIN DC voltmeter POWER UNIT.
  • Page 27 4.7.2 VIDEO CIRCUIT [RECEIVER UNIT] Measuring Item Test point Adjustment part Description instrument 625i Remote [1.ADJUST] (1) Receive a 625i component ramp pattern signal. A-D OFFSET control unit S001: PREPARE (2) Set "PICTURE MODE" to STANDARD. (Adjustment setting mode change) (3) Set "ZOOM"...
  • Page 28 Measuring Item Test point Adjustment part Description instrument SUB SCREEN Remote [1.ADJUST] (1) Set "PICTURE MODE" to STANDARD. A-D OFFSET control unit S001: PREPARE (2) Set "ZOOM" to FULL. (Adjustment setting mode change) (3) Set "WHITE BALANCE" to MID. Signal (4) Set "MULTI SCREEN"...
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting

    SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING SELF CHECK FEATURE 5.1.5 POINTS TO NOTE WHEN USING THE SELF CHECK FEATURE 5.1.1 OUTLINE In addition to circuit failures (abnormal operation), the following This unit comes with the "Self check" feature, which checks the cases may also be iagnosed as "Abnormal" and displayed and operational state of the circuit and displays/saves it during counted as "NG".
  • Page 30 5.1.6 DETAILS Self check is performed for the following items: < Page 1 of screen (RECEIVER UNIT) > Diagnosis Detection item Display Detection content Detection timing signal (line) Low bias line short Confirmation of operation of the low bais LB_PRO Detection starts 3 seconds after the protection (2.5V / 3.3V / 5V / 9V) protection circuit.
  • Page 31 < Page 2 of screen (DISPLAY UNIT) > Item Diagnosis Detection item Detection content Detection timing name signal (line) Fan lock Confirm the operation of the cooling fan. FAN_LOCK Detection starts 8 seconds after the IC807 [DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB] power is turned on. Detection is performed every 16ms.
  • Page 32 Victor Company of Japan, Limited AV & MULTIMEDIA COMPANY VIDEO DISPLAY CATEGORY 12, 3-chome, Moriya-cho, kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, kanagawa-prefecture, 221-8528, Japan (No.YA229) Printed in Japan...
  • Page 33 ENGLISH PD-Z50DX4 PDP COLOUR TELEVISION INSTRUCTIONS LCT1781-001A...
  • Page 35 Thank you for buying this JVC colour television. To make sure you understand how to use your new TV, please read this manual thoroughly before you begin. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
  • Page 36 Distance recommendations Avoid improper installation and never position the unit where good ventilation is impossible. 200 mm 200 mm 150 mm 150 mm When installing this TV, distance recommendations must be maintained between the set and the wall, as well 50 mm as inside a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture.
  • Page 37 Burn-in A characteristic of Plasma Display Panels (PDPs) is that displaying the same image for a long time causes a part of the image to stay on the screen (this is called phosphor burn-in). Avoid burn-in as follows. Use the PICTURE SHIFT function. To prevent burn-in, the picture displayed on the screen is shifted up, down and to the left and right at regular intervals.
  • Page 38 Pixel defects PDPs use collections of fine dots (“pixels”) to display images. While there is no problem with more than 99.99% of these pixels, please understand that a very small number of pixels may not light, or may light all the time. Do not install the TV near electronic equipment that is susceptible to electromagnetic waves It may cause interference in images, sound, etc.
  • Page 39 LANGUAGE ..........43 function..........22 VIDEO-1 SETTING/VIDEO-3 SETTING ..43 Favourite channel function....... 23 AI VOLUME..........43 Operating a JVC brand DVD player..24 TELETEXT LANGUAGE ......44 Teletext function ........25 PICTURE SHIFT ........44 Basic operation ........25 HDMI SETTING ........44 Using the List Mode .........
  • Page 40: Checking The Contents Of Packages

    Checking the contents of packages Check that all components are present. Contact your retailer immediately if any components are missing. Display unit Receiver unit System cable Remote control unit 1 (RM-C1830) AA/R6 batteries 2 (used to check operation) Hooks 2 (to prevent the TV from falling) Mounting screws 2 (to fix the hooks) Power cords...
  • Page 41: Setting Up Your Tv

    Installation Fit the separately sold tabletop stand or wall mounting brackets to the TV. Only use JVC approved accessories with your model. Warning for wall mounting unit: • Use only authorized service personnel to install your TV in order to prevent accidents. Do not try to install your TV by yourself.
  • Page 42: Connections

    Connections Caution • Turn off all equipment (including the TV) before connecting anything. Connection diagram TV (back) DISPLAY INPUT CONNECT TO SYSTEM CABLE Supplied system cable AC INPUT 110-240V Cable supplied with TV • Refer to page 11 for connection details. Connecting antenna and other equipment •...
  • Page 43: Connecting The Tv And Receiver

    Connections Connecting the TV and Connecting the aerial and receiver video cassette recorder (VCR) Use the supplied system cable to connect the • Aerial cable is not supplied. Use a good TV to the receiver. quality 75-ohm coaxial cable. The two connectors are of different shapes. •...
  • Page 44 Connections If connecting a VCR (see Fig. B): Receiver rear 1 Connect the aerial cable to the aerial input socket on the VCR, and connect the VCR and receiver with another aerial cable AUDIO SUB WOOFER CENTER VIDEO AUDIO CHANNEL DIGITAL DIGITAL INPUT...
  • Page 45: Connecting The Power Cord To The Ac Outlet

    Connections Connecting the power cord to the AC outlet Insert the AC plug on the power cord from the TV and receiver into AC outlet. Caution • Operate only from the power source specified (AC 110 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz) on the unit.
  • Page 46: Initial Settings (Setup Tour)

    Initial settings (Setup tour) When the TV is first turned on, it goes into • If the JVC logo does not appear this is the initial settings mode, and you will see the because your TV has already been JVC logo. Follow the instructions on the turned on for the first time: screen display to make the initial settings.
  • Page 47 TV channel to the programme number PR 0 (AV). • If you do not need to use the EDIT/ MANUAL function, press the a button to close the EDIT menu. Now, setting up is complete. Please enjoy your new JVC TV!
  • Page 48: Tv Buttons And Functions

    TV buttons and functions See the pages in brackets for details. TV (front) 1 Remote control sensor 2 Power lamp (page 12) 3 TV/VIDEO button (page 28) 4 MENU/OK button (page 28) 5 CHANNEL p buttons 6 buttons (page 28) 6 VOLUME q buttons 5 buttons (page 28) 7 A (power) button...
  • Page 49: Choose A Tv Channel

    TV buttons and functions Choose a TV channel On the TV: Press the CHANNEL p buttons to choose a programme number (PR) or a VIDEO terminal. Press the TV/VIDEO button to choose a VIDEO terminal. On the receiver: Press the CH q buttons to choose a programme number (PR).
  • Page 50: Remote Control Buttons And Functions

    Remote control buttons and functions 1 Muting button 2 Number buttons 3 1 button 4 c button 5 2 button 6 4 button 7 7 buttons 8 5 button 9 6 p buttons 0 VCR/DVD/Teletext control buttons - d (Favourite) button = # (Standby) button ~ PIP/TV/DVD switch ! g (Text) button...
  • Page 51: Choose A Tv Channel And Watch Images From External Devices

    Remote control buttons and functions • Since this TV is designed to make full Choose a TV channel and use of the resolution of the original watch images from external video source, the motion may appear unnatural when the video source is devices input with 576p progressive-scanning component signals.
  • Page 52: Adjust The Volume

    Remote control buttons and functions PR LIST: Adjust the volume The programme number (PR) and VIDEO terminal list is displayed. Press the 7 q buttons to Pressing the a button after choosing the adjust the volume. programme number (PR) or VIDEO terminal The volume indicator appears and the with the 7 buttons will display the volume changes as you press the 7...
  • Page 53: Zoom Function

    Remote control buttons and functions 16:9 ZOOM: ZOOM function This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio) to the full screen. You can change the screen size according to the picture aspect ratio. Choose the optimum one from the following ZOOM modes. •...
  • Page 54: Cinema Surround Function

    Remote control buttons and functions Adjusting the visible area of the • When you set the CINEMA SURROUND function to HIGH mode, there may be picture slight volume distortion. If that occurs, If subtitles or the top (or bottom) of the please switch to LOW mode.
  • Page 55: Using The Multi-Picture Function

    Remote control buttons and functions To cancel the FREEZE function: 12-pictures multi: Press the f button, the 6 p buttons or the number buttons. Still pictures • The FREEZE function does not work while a sub-picture is displayed. Moving • The still picture cannot be output from picture the TV.
  • Page 56: Return Plus Function And Return Function

    Remote control buttons and functions • The BLUE BACK function does not • If you want to view the “Return Channel” work when the MULTI-PICTURE and another TV channel alternately, first function is being used. choose a channel other than the “Return Channel”.
  • Page 57: Favourite Channel Function

    Remote control buttons and functions Calling the favourite channel Favourite channel function 1 In the normal screen, press the d You can register your favourite TV channels (favourite) button in the number buttons 1 to 4. Then “FAVOURITE1-4?” appears. After registering, the channel can be called by pressing the d (favourite) button and a 2 Press one of the number buttons 1 number button 1 to 4.
  • Page 58: Operating A Jvc Brand Dvd Player

    DVD player • If your DVD player is not made by JVC, these buttons will not work. • Even if your device is made by JVC, some of these buttons may not work, depending on the device you are using.
  • Page 59: Teletext Function

    Teletext function 4 Choose a teletext page by pressing the 6 p buttons, number buttons or colour buttons To return to the TV mode: Press the 4 button, b button, or g (Text) button. PIP/TV/ • If you have trouble receiving teletext broadcasts, consult your local dealer or the teletext station.
  • Page 60: Hold

    Teletext function 2 Press a colour button to choose a Sub-page position. Then press the number buttons to enter the page number Some teletext pages include sub-pages that are automatically displayed. 1 Choose a teletext page that includes sub-pages Sub-page numbers that can be viewed are automatically displayed at the top of the screen.
  • Page 61: Index

    Teletext function Index You can return to the index page instantly. Press the G (Index) button Returns to page 100 or a previously specified page. Cancel You can search for a teletext page while watching TV. 1 Press the number button to enter a page number, or press a colour button The TV searches for a teletext page.
  • Page 62: Using The Tv's Menu

    Using the TV’s menu This TV has a number of functions you can Types of menu operate using menus. To use all your TV’s PICTURE menu functions, you need to understand the basic Choose to set the screen menu operating techniques fully. settings.
  • Page 63 Using the TV’s menu Operation with the buttons on the receiver You can also operate the menus using the buttons on the front panel of the receiver. TV/VIDEO button MENU/OK button 6 buttons 5 buttons The menu will disappear after about one minute if no operation is performed.
  • Page 64: Picture Menu

    PICTURE menu CONTRAST PICTURE STANDARD PICTURE MODE You can adjust the picture contrast. CONTRAST BRIGHT 2 : lower SHARP COLOUR 3 : higher TINT WHITE BALANCE COOL FEATURES BRIGHT RESET You can adjust the picture brightness. D0014 2 : darker 3 : brighter •...
  • Page 65: Features

    PICTURE menu WARM: MAX: A reddish white. Using this mode when The level of the DIGITAL VNR effect is set watching films allows you to enjoy colours to the maximum. If you set the DIGITAL that are characteristic of films. VNR function to AUTO(HIGH) but still notice some noise, change the setting from AUTO(HIGH) to MAX.
  • Page 66: Colour Management

    PICTURE menu MIN: COLOUR MANAGEMENT The level of DigiPure effect is set to the This TV supports the COLOUR minimum. When you set the Super DigiPure MANAGEMENT function to ensure dull function to AUTO and notice some noise, colours are compensated to produce natural change the setting from AUTO to MIN.
  • Page 67 PICTURE menu For colour system in your country or 2 Press the 5 buttons to choose region, refer to the table below: MAIN or SUB Area Country or Region System MAIN: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, You can change the colour system of the Qatar, United Arab Emirates, main-picture.
  • Page 68: Sound Menu

    SOUND menu TREBLE SOUND You can adjust the high tone of the sound. STEREO/ BASS 2 : weaker TREBLE BALANCE 3 : strong CINEMA SURROUND A.H.B. SPEAKER BALANCE You can adjust the volume balance between the left and right speaker. D0019 •...
  • Page 69: Bbe

    SOUND menu You can use the BBE function to enjoy easy- to-listen sound that is faithful to the original sound recorded. This function is turned on. OFF: This function is turned off. • Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. BBE is a registered trademark of BBE Sound, Inc.
  • Page 70: Features Menu

    FEATURES menu To cancel the SLEEP TIMER FEATURES function: Press the 2 button to set the period of SLEEP TIMER CHANNEL GUARD time to “OFF”. APPEARANCE TYPE A BLUE BACK CHILD LOCK AUTO SHUTOFF REFRESH CHANNEL GUARD FAVOURITE SETTING When there is a TV channel you do not want your children to watch, you can use the CHANNEL GUARD function to lock out the D0023...
  • Page 71: Appearance

    FEATURES menu 3 Press the a button 2 Press the 5 button to The Sub-menu of CHANNEL GUARD display “ID NO.” (ID No. input appears. screen) > CHANNEL GUARD CH/CC ID NO. : D0028 3 Press the number buttons to enter the ID number The lock is temporarily released so you can view the TV channel.
  • Page 72: Blue Back

    FEATURES menu BLUE BACK REFRESH You can set the TV to automatically change When burn-in is minimal, burn-in and to a blue screen and mute the sound if the residual images may be softened with the signal is weak or absent, or when there is no REFRESH function.
  • Page 73: Set Up Menu

    SET UP menu • You can proceed to edit the SET UP programme numbers list using the EDIT/MANUAL function. For details, AUTO PROGRAM EDIT/MANUAL see “EDIT/MANUAL” on page 39 LANGUAGE VIDEO-1 SETTING VIDEO • If a TV channel you want to view is VIDEO-3 SETTING VIDEO AI VOLUME...
  • Page 74 SET UP menu DELETE: 3 Press the a button to complete This function deletes a TV channel you do the settings not want to list. MANUAL: • For programme number PR 0, “AV” This function manually stores a new TV appears in the programme numbers (PR) channel in a programme number (PR).
  • Page 75 SET UP menu DELETE Before performing INSERT operation • A CH/CC number unique to this TV and 1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a corresponding to the Channel number of a TV channel TV channel is required. Find the Every time you press the 6 buttons, the corresponding CH/CC number from a programme number (PR) changes and the...
  • Page 76 SET UP menu MANUAL 4 Press the green or red button to search for a TV channel 1 Press the 6 buttons to choose a Scanning stops when the TV finds a TV programme number (PR) for a new channel. Then the TV channel is TV channel displayed.
  • Page 77: Language

    SET UP menu LANGUAGE AI VOLUME The LANGUAGE setting which was You can prevent the sudden increase or performed in the “Initial settings (Setup decrease of sound that occurs when changing tour)” (page 12) can be changed. the channel to another channel. 1 Choose LANGUAGE, then press This function is turned on.
  • Page 78: Teletext Language

    SET UP menu TELETEXT LANGUAGE PICTURE SHIFT There are four types of teletext language The picture displayed on the screen is shifted groups. Set the teletext language group that up, down and to the left and right at regular corresponds to the language of the teletext intervals.
  • Page 79: Displaying A Computer Screen

    Displaying a computer screen This TV can be used as a computer screen. Looking at images from a computer Connecting to the computer Use a commercially available D-SUB cable After starting the computer, press the to connect the TV’s PC IN terminal to the 4 or 6 p buttons computer’s analogue RGB output terminal.
  • Page 80: Additional Preparation

    Additional preparation Connecting external equipment 1 VCR (composite signal) Connect the equipment to the TV, making the correct rear panel and front panel 2 VCR (S-VIDEO signal; Y/C) connections. 3 VCR for recording (composite signal) 4 DVD player (composite signal) Before connecting anything: 5 DVD player (S-VIDEO signal;...
  • Page 81: Connecting Headphones

    Additional preparation Connecting headphones • The output from the AUDIO OUT Connect the headphones with a stereo mini- terminal is not interrupted by headphone jack (3.5 mm diameter) to the headphone connection to the receiver. You cannot cut socket at the receiver. the sound from the front speaker even if •...
  • Page 82 Additional preparation Connecting AV COMPU LINK Conditions to use the AV COMPU LINK remote control system supported devices • A device equipped with an AV COMPU AV COMPU LINK remote control system is LINK terminal is required. a system in which related devices are automatically controlled when you operate •...
  • Page 83 Additional preparation If a VCR is connected to the VIDEO-1 terminal: Set the VCR’s remote control code to A code. If a DVD player is connected to the VIDEO-1 terminal: Set the DVD player’s AV COMPULINK MODE to DVD2. If a VCR is connected to the VIDEO-2 terminal: Set the VCR’s remote control code to B code.
  • Page 84: Using The Hdmi Terminal

    Additional preparation Using the HDMI terminal Connecting a HDMI compatible device Connecting a HDMI compatible device such as a DVD player or DVR allows you to display high definition pictures on your TV in their digital form. Connect the HDMI cable from the digital out on the back of your HDMI device to the HDMI terminal on the back of the receiver.
  • Page 85 Additional preparation 2 Press the 6 buttons and choose SIZE or AUDIO • SIZE can only be chosen when the picture signal is 480p. When setting SIZE: This option adjusts the position when a 480p picture signal is being displayed on the screen. There are two types of 480p picture signals: 640x480 and 720x480.
  • Page 86: Ch/Cc Numbers

    CH/CC numbers When you want to use the INSERT function on page 41, find the CH/CC number corresponding to the Channel number of the TV channel from this table. The US channel numbers are the channel numbers used in the United States, Philippines, etc.
  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If a problem arises while you are using the TV, please read this troubleshooting guide carefully before you ask to have the TV repaired. You may be able to fix it easily by yourself. For example, if the mains plug is disconnected from the mains outlet, or the TV aerial has problems, you may think there is a problem with the TV itself.
  • Page 88: Other Issues

    Troubleshooting • When viewing images from commercially • If the TV suddenly stops responding, press the A button on the receiver and available video software products, or videos from videotapes which have been turn off the TV. Press the A button again recorded improperly, the top of the image to turn on the TV.
  • Page 89: Specifications

    Specifications Model PD-Z50DX4 Broadcasting systems B, G, I, D, K, K1, M Colour systems PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58/4.43 MHz Channels and frequencies VHF low channel (VL) = 46.25 to 168.25 MHz VHF high channel (VH) = 175.25 to 463.25 MHz UHF channel (U) = 471.25 to 863.25 MHz •...
  • Page 92 © 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 1104MKH-CR-VP...
  • Page 93 SERVICE MANUAL PDP COLOUR TELEVISION YA229B 2005 PD-Z50DX4 BASIC CHASSIS Supplementary PD-Z50DX4/C is the models whose production place was changed based on PD-Z50DX4. Therefore, this service manual describes only the items which differ from those of the PD-Z50DX4 service manual. For details other than those described in this manual, please refer to the PD-Z50DX4 service manual (No.YA229, 2005/2).
  • Page 94 DIFFERENCE LIST [DISPLAY UNIT: VM-50DX4/C] USING P.W. BOARD (Page 3-3) P.W.B ASS'Y Name VM-Z50DX4 VM-Z50DX4/C DESCRIPTION DISPLAY INTERFACE P.W.B LCA10360-09E (SFP-7307A) LCA10360-11E (SFP-7309A) Compatible LINE FILTER P.W.B LCA90143-13B (SFP-9308A) LCA90143-14B (SFP-9309A) Non ompatible SUB POWER P.W.B LCA10353-03D (SFP-9312A) LCA10353-04D (SFP-9313A) Compatible EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -1 (Page 3-3)
  • Page 95: Printed Wiring Board Parts List

    PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST LINE FILTER P.W. BOARD ASS'Y (Page 3-11) Part No. VM-Z50DX4 VM-Z50DX4/C Ref. No. PART NAME DESCRIPTION LCA90143-13B LCA90143-14B (SFP-9308A) (SFP-9309A) J9901 QNC0103-001 QNC0099-001 AC INLET(NOISE) PACKING PARTS LIST (Page 3-16) NOTE: As packing method has been changed, all the parts are listed in the PACKING PARTS LIST. Ref.
  • Page 96 PACKING (Page 3-34) FRONT 1-4 (No.YA229B)
  • Page 97 [RECEIVER UNIT: TU-50DX4/C] USING P.W. BOARD (Page 3-18) P.W.B ASS'Y Name TU-Z50DX4 TU-Z50DX4/C DESCRIPTION REGULATOR P.W.B LCA10426-13C (SFP-9306A) LCA10426-15C (SFP-9318A) Compatible DIGITAL SIGNAL P.W.B LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) LCA10428-43H (SFP-0D309A) Compatible RECEIVER P.W.B LCA10476-03E (SFP-0F303A) LCA10476-04E (SFP-0F304A) Non compatible EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST (Page 3-18) Part No.
  • Page 98 PACKING (Page 3-34) FRONT FRONT FRONT FRONT 1-6 (No.YA229B)
  • Page 99 SECTION 1 PRECAUTION Please refer to "PD-Z50DX4 (No.YA229)" about this section. SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS Please refer to "PD-Z50DX4 (No.YA229)" about this section. SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY Please refer to "PD-Z50DX4 (No.YA229)" about this section. SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENT Please refer to "PD-Z50DX4 (No.YA229)" about this section. SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Please refer to "PD-Z50DX4 (No.YA229)"...
  • Page 100 Victor Company of Japan, Limited AV & MULTIMEDIA COMPANY VIDEO DISPLAY CATEGORY 12, 3-chome, Moriya-cho, kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, kanagawa-prefecture, 221-8528, Japan (No.YA229B) Printed in Japan...
  • Page 101 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS PDP COLOUR TELEVISION YA229 2004 PD-Z50DX4, PD-Z50DX4 CD-ROM No.SML200502 BASIC CHASSIS VM-Z50DX4, VM-Z50DX4/S [PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT] TU-Z50DX4, TU-Z50DX4/S [RECEIVER UNIT] No.YA229 COPYRIGHT © 2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 2005/2...
  • Page 102: Standard Circuit Diagram

    PD-Z50DX4, PD-Z50DX4 STANDARD CIRCUIT DIAGRAM NOTE ON USING CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 1.SAFETY Type No indication : Ceramic capacitor The components identified by the symbol and shading are : Metalized mylar capacitor critical for safety. For continued safety replace safety ciritical : Polypropylene capacitor components only with manufactures recommended parts.
  • Page 103 CONTENTS SEMICONDUCTOR SHAPES ..............2-3 WIRING & MAIN PARTS LOCATION ............2-5 BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................2-7 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS [RECEIVER UNIT] ............2-9 RECEIVER PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ......................2-9 ANALOG SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................... 2-11 REAR JACK PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ....................2-21 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................... 2-23 FRONT CONTROL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ..................
  • Page 104: Semiconductor Shapes

    USING P.W. BOARD P.W.B ASS’Y name PD-Z50DX4 PD-Z50DX4/S LCA10476-03E (SFP-0F303A) RECEIVER PWB LCA10423-12C (SFP-0A302A) ANALOG SIGNAL PWB LCA10444-03B (SFP-0J302A) REAR JACK PWB LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB LCA10466-04B (SFP-8302A) FRONT CONTROL PWB LCA10426-13C (SFP-9306A) REGULATOR PWB LCA10426-14C (SFP-9317A)
  • Page 105 2-4(No.YA229)
  • Page 106: Wiring & Main Parts Location

    WIRING & MAIN PARTS LOCATION FRONT DISPLAY UNIT RECEIVER UNIT CN806 1. Vs 6. GND 2. Vs 7. GND 3. Vs 8. GND 4. NC 9. Va 5. GND 10.Va TEMP. SENSOR PWB PDP UNIT RECEIVER PWB P501 P502 P503 P504 P505 P506...
  • Page 107: Block Diagram

    BLOCK DIAGRAM IC3501 IC4001 RECEIVER PWB IC3001 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB MULTI SOUND PROCESS/ AUDIO SELECT/ AUDIO CONTROL GAMMA CORRECTION/ FORMAT CONVERT/ IC1001 COLOUR MANAGEMENT/ MULTI-SCREEN/ FM/AM SCART A-D CONVERT/YC SEPARATE/COLOUR DEMOD./SYNC SEP. PRESCALE SCART L FM1/AM PRESCALE IC1502 RGB PROCESS/ NATURAL CINEMA/DSD TU3001 SCART R...
  • Page 108: Circuit Diagrams [Receiver Unit]

    CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS [RECEIVER UNIT] RECEIVER PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 1 IC3601 AN5285K OLLC05843 OLLC05843 OLLC05843 OLLC05843 OLLC07205 OLLC07205 C3544 C3546 IC3501 MSP3415D MSP3415D MSP3415G MSP3415G MSP3415G MSP3415G QGB3GHX QGB3GHX QGB8V3M QGB8V3M QGB8V3M QGB8V3M 1/10 1/10 IC3701 OPEN OPEN TPS852-W TPS852-W OPEN OPEN C3609...
  • Page 109: Analog Signal Pwb Circuit Diagram

    ANALOG SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (1/5) SHEET 2 RECEIVER PWB ASS'Y CNF00T (SHEET1) CN00T RECEIVER QGF0508C1-40W PWB ASS'Y SHEET3 SHEET3 CNF00A SHEET4 SHEET3 (SHEET1) SHEET3 OPEN OPEN CN00A QGA2001C2-03V CN0UV CN0UA OPEN OPEN BS_ABT30 R570 RB514 R569 RB517 ILA5V OPEN OPEN OPEN C511...
  • Page 110 ANALOG SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (2/5) SHEET 3 Note: 1. Please refer to page 2-81 for voltages of this circuit diagram. 2. Please refer to page 2-84 for waveforms of this circuit diagram. SHEET2 SHEET2 BS_A5V BS_A3V BS_A3V BS_A5V RB401 R402 2.2k Q402...
  • Page 111 ANALOG SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (3/5) SHEET 4 R218 RB201 OPEN SHEET2 PC_VS SHEET3 BSVS IC401 IC402 OPEN OPEN IC401 IC402 IC401 OPEN OPEN R401 OPEN C_SYNC0 IC401 IC402 OPEN SHEET3 OPEN Q304 OPEN C348 Q401 R316 OPEN RB202 OPEN OPEN R336 C349...
  • Page 112 ANALOG SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (4/5) SHEET 5 DIGI_DR OPEN SHEET3 DIGI_DL R665 R666 DIGI_L SHEET4 C671 DIGI_R R634 C681 R632 C664 C682 K601 D652 R633 IC606 R663 R631 R649 LIP_L C663 D651 R667 C662 R681 SDI0 TEST2 SDI1 VSSC C661 C672 C673...
  • Page 113 ANALOG SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (5/5) SHEET 6 ANALOG SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y (5/5) LCA10423-12C (SFP-0A302A) SDA3B5 SHEET2,3,4 SCL3B5 FAN_LOCK SHEET3 BS_ABT30 ILA5V STB_5V STB3.3V BS_A9V BS_A5V CN00D QGA2001C2-12V L901 NQL52EM-220X R907 Q901 C911 2SC3074/OY/-X NEX51CM-335X 1/2W REGULATOR PWB ASS'Y CN00D (SHEET20) IC902 C912 TA48M033F-X...
  • Page 114 REAR JACK PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 7 J2001 QNZ0700-001 D2001 J2001 QNZ0700-001 C2001 CNJ0J1 QGF0508F1-50X C1_RE1 R2001 D2002 C2002 R2002 J2001 QNZ0700-001 C2_RE2 S-VIDEO S21/SLW1 C2_RE2 VIDEO-1 D2003 D2004 C2003 NRS181J-0R0X INPUT REAR JACK PWB ASS'Y C2004 J2001 QNZ0700-001 R2003 D2005 LCA10444-03B (SFP-0J302A) C2005...
  • Page 115: Digital Signal Pwb Circuit Diagram

    DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(1/11) C1564 C1562 LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] C1563 LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] Note: 1. Please refer to page 2-81 for voltages of this circuit diagram. 2. Please refer to page 2-84 for waveforms of this circuit diagram. s10213001c_0930_10/12_0.0 (No.YA229)2-23...
  • Page 116 R0307 OPEN OPEN R0308 R0328 C0317 R0315 OPEN Q0310 HN1C01F/Y/-X Q0303 R0311 4.7k AGND DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(2/11) LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 R0138...
  • Page 117 -103W -103W -103W -103W -103W -103W -103W -103W -103W A92RES R1003 OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN NRZ0034 NRZ0034 NRZ0034 NRZ0034 LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] RA1011 OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN -101W -101W -101W -101W NRZ0034 NRZ0034...
  • Page 118 OPEN R2149 K2107 1.2k R2127 1.2k CNSH_GND DGND DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(4/11) AGND DGND R2125 BS_YOUT R2126 R2131 Q2101 LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] BSOUTGND R2150 R2130 1.2k 1.2k R2128 BS_COUT LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] R2129 R2132 R2106 Q2102 AGND s10213001c_0930_9/12_0.0 (No.YA229)2-29 2-30(No.YA229)
  • Page 119 OPEN C3063 R3048 DGND GNDPLL4 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(5/11) DGND K3003 C3051 C3059 0.0047 0.022 C3052 C3056 C3060 RA3004 0.33 0.33 0.0015 NRZ0034-103W NCB31AK-334X NCB31AK-334X R3063 R3064 LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] PLLGND DGND SHEET11 I2CEXT2 LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] s10213001c_0930_3/12_0.0 (No.YA229)2-31 2-32(No.YA229)
  • Page 120 RA4002 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(6/11) SHEET14 Note: 1. Please refer to page 2-81 for voltages of this circuit diagram. LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] 2. Please refer to page 2-84 for waveforms of this circuit diagram. LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] s10213001c_0930_4/12_0.0 (No.YA229)2-33 2-34(No.YA229)
  • Page 121 OPEN LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] R6548 OPEN Q6502 OPEN LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] R6549 OPEN DGND Note: 1. Please refer to page 2-81 for voltages of this circuit diagram. 2. Please refer to page 2-84 for waveforms of this circuit diagram. SHEET15 SHEET18 s10213001c_0930_7/12_0.0...
  • Page 122 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (8/11) SHEET 15 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(8/11) LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] CN0FC K6001 K6002 LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] K6003 K6004 K6005 K6006 K6007 K6008 K6021 K6020 K6019 OPEN K6009 K6010 BS_5V K6011 K6012 K6017 K6018 K6013 K6014...
  • Page 123 OPEN ACINPOW ACINPOW SHEET17 TVLINK TVLINK MECA_SW MECA_SW SHEET15 DGND RA7602 RA7603 R7692 DGND MI_SW MI_SW PW/CLK PW/CLK RESET RESET SHEET17 WORD/TXD WORD/TXD SBD5 SBD5 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(9/11) SBT5/RTS SBT5/RTS LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] s10213001c_0930_5/12_0.0 (No.YA229)2-39 2-40(No.YA229)
  • Page 124 Note: 1. Please refer to page 2-81 for voltages of this circuit diagram. OPEN 2. Please refer to page 2-84 for waveforms of this circuit diagram. DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB ASS'Y(10/11) LCA10428-41H (SFP-0D307A) [PD-Z50DX4] LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] MECA_SW MECA_SW REMO REMO...
  • Page 125 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 OLLC05355 C0519 OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN C7553 470p 470p 470p OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN 470p 470p 470p 470p LCA10428-42H (SFP-0D308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] s10213001c_0930_12/12_0.0 (No.YA229)2-43 2-44(No.YA229)
  • Page 126: Front Control Pwb Circuit Diagram

    FRONT CONTROL PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 19 J1001 R1006 BS_5V C1101 R1005 HEADPHONE R1004 R1001 R1101 J1101 R1003 C1002 C1003 QNZ0438-001 H/P_GND C1102 D1001 C1004 J1101 IC1001 R1102 QNZ0438-001 R1002 S-VIDEO C1005 R1009 C1106 NRS181J-0R0X VREP MUTE INPUT-4 C1009 C1103 OLLC05783 OLLC05783 OLLC05783...
  • Page 127: Regulator Pwb Circuit Diagram

    OPEN D9422 OPEN D9421 REGULATOR PWB ASS'Y Y9841 OPEN LCA10426-13C (SFP-9306A) [PD-Z50DX4] GND4 Y9842 OPEN GND5 Y9843 LCA10426-14C (SFP-9317A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] OPEN GND6 Y9844 OPEN GND7 Note: Please refer to page 2-81 for voltages of this circuit diagram. s10218001b_0930_1/1_0.0 (No.YA229)2-47 2-48(No.YA229)
  • Page 128 SYSTEM POWER PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 21 CN0E2 CN0E1 OPEN OPEN CN0PW QGA7901C1-02 AC INLET Y9011 OPEN AC110V - AC240V OLLC05488 OLLC05488 OLLC05488 OLLC05488 50Hz/60Hz GAP1 QJK037 D9212 CN9601 OPEN OPEN OPEN -031413 MA8091/L/-X QCZ0354 C9011 820p 820p 820p -821Z QRX01GJ QRT01EJ QRX01GJ...
  • Page 129: Circuit Diagrams [Display Unit]

    DGND DGND DGND DGND CN00D QGA2001C2-08V CN0C1 CN0C3 QGA2001C2-06V OPEN DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB ASS'Y (1/3) OPEN AUDIO PWB ASS'Y DIGITAL SIGNAL CN600D (SHEET25) SHEET23 SHEET24 PWB ASS'Y(10/11) LCA10360-09E (SFP-7307A) [PD-Z50DX4] CN0C1 (SHEET17) LCA10360-10E (SFP-7308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] <RECEIVER UNIT> c10166001c_1119_1/2_0.0 (No.YA229)2-51 2-52(No.YA229)
  • Page 130 CN601 DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB ASS'Y (2/3) APL_SI_CLK RA620 OPEN APL_SI_DATA LCA10360-09E (SFP-7307A) [PD-Z50DX4] R636 APL_SI_ENB APL_SO_CLK OPEN RA621 R637 APL_SO_DATA OPEN R613 LCA10360-10E (SFP-7308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] APL_SO_ENB R614 VCC3.3LV RA622 OPEN RA623 DGND OPEN DGND C613 IC603 OPEN OPEN DGND DGND...
  • Page 131 DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (3/3) SHEET 24 Y105 Y106 Y101 Y102 CN00F OPEN DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB ASS'Y (3/3) OPEN FAN_LOCK DGND GND1 GND2 LCA10360-09E (SFP-7307A) [PD-Z50DX4] LCA10360-10E (SFP-7308A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] DGND FAN_LOCK R104 THEM.DET SHEET22 AC_DET R105 PANEL_POWER Q101 CN00Q POWER_ON QGA2001C2-08V STB6V...
  • Page 132: Audio Pwb Circuit Diagram

    AUDIO PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 25 AUDIO PWB ASS'Y LCA90441-03B(SFP-6009A) OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 OLLC07153 QAD0125 R6501 OPEN 220k 220k C6501 OPEN 10/50 10/50 TH6671 OPEN OPEN -471 R6502 OPEN 220k 220k C6502 OPEN 10/50 10/50 R6672 OPEN OPEN...
  • Page 133: Display Led Pwb Circuit Diagram

    TEMP. SENSOR PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 27 DISPLAY LED PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SHEET 26 TEMP.SENSOR PWB ASS'Y LCA90146-06B(SFP-8381A) DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB ASS'Y(1/3) CN00V (SHEET22) DISPLAY LED PWB ASS'Y C8101 DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB ASS'Y(1/3) CN00X (SHEET22) LCA90175-05B(SFP-0L269A) IC8101 TCN75-5.0MOA-X CN200X QGA2501F1-08 CN800V R8103 QGA2001C1-04...
  • Page 134: Line Filter Pwb Circuit Diagram

    OPEN QFZ9075-225 CN90E1 QUB03K -08FPHM LIVE C9912 C9913 R9903 Y9917 Y9918 OPEN C9914 C9911 R9901 OPEN OPEN OPEN K9901 OPEN CN90E4 OPEN K9902 CN90E3 LINE FILTER PWB ASS'Y LCA90143-13B (SFP-9308A) [PD-Z50DX4] ISOLATED LCA90143-14B (SFP-9309A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] CN90E2 OPEN c30051001i_1119_1/1_0.0 (No.YA229)2-61 2-62(No.YA229)
  • Page 135 OPEN Y9303 OPEN GND1 GND4 GND1 Y9304 OPEN GND5 GND2 SUB POWER PWB ASS'Y LCA10353-03D (SFP-9312A) [PD-Z50DX4] OLLC04305 OLLC04305 OLLC04305 OLLC04305 LCA10353-04D (SFP-9313A) [PD-Z50DX4/S] PC123Y22FZ PS2581AL1 PC123Y22FZ PC123Y22FZ PC9001 /QW/ QRL01EJ QRL029J QRL01EJ QRL01EJ R9004 -104X -104 -104X -104X QRL01EJ...
  • Page 136: Pattern Diagrams [Receiver Unit]

    PATTERN DIAGRAMS [RECEIVER UNIT] RECEIVER PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] RECEIVER PWB PATTERN[PARTS SIDE] R3014 R3509 L3503 R3015 R3512 C3502 D3104 R3112 R3508 R3515 R3517 L3504 C3516 K3502 D3103 LC3501 Q3501 C3503 R3503 R3506 C3512 IC3701 IC3501 C3511 R3507 C3518 C3509 C3510 L3505 R3504...
  • Page 137: Analog Signal Pwb Pattern

    ANALOG SIGNAL PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] ANALOG SIGNAL PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] RB505 R588 Q511 R576 CN0J2 CN0J1 RB501 IC503 R577 L851 R578 Q508 C850 CN00A RB506 C520 R580 R850 R815 R814 R813 R811 R812 R810 RB401 Y801 L861 C886 Q851 R840 CN00T...
  • Page 138: Digital Signal Pwb Pattern

    DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] J7002 J001 R8003 D8005 D8010 D8009 D8006 CN0MDR L7514 L7504 CN0C1 R3168 CN0DVI C7507 C4923 D7502 R7210 R3177 R3178 L7512 R3164 CN0MM R7124 R7599 R7211 C6022 C7531 J7001 C7538 R7719 R7203 D8008 Q7204 C7551 C7513 C7518 D8002...
  • Page 139 DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] R7070 R7090 R7071 R7091 R7072 R7092 CN0C2 R7077 R7073 R7087 R3163 R7078 R7074 R7094 D6109 D6106 D6105 D6102 Q6102 D6111 D6110 CN0MI R7079 R7075 C7014 R7122 R7123 R7062 R3159 R7710 C8053 R3157 R7081 R7021 R7082 R7095 R7220...
  • Page 140: Rear Jack Pwb Pattern

    REAR JACK PWB PATTERN R2211 C2260 R2213 R2214 J2007 Q2203 Q2204 Q2201 R2218 C2262 CNJ0J1 R2058 R2051 R2059 CNJ0J2 R2052 C2052 R2066 Q2052 C2051 R2065 D2051 J2002 J2006 D2054 J2004 D2208 R2057 R2053 Q2051 C2259 D2052 R2060 R2001 D2002 D2052 R2061 D2206 D2205...
  • Page 141: Regulator Pwb Pattern

    REGULATOR PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] REGULATOR PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] Y9844 C9611 L9603 D9603 D9601 ( ) ) R9610 R9607 R9235 R9602 C9612 R9603 R9802 Q9201 R9823 D9232 R9824 R9601 C9202 D9231 R9804 R9216 R9825 D9801 R9801 C9201 D9821 R9202 R9218 C9821 D9822...
  • Page 142: System Power Pwb Pattern

    SYSTEM POWER PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] SYSTEM POWER PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] Y9011 R9001 R9001 Y9011 VA9001 C9001 VA9001 9001 C9001 VA9002 LF9001 VA9002 C9002 C9003 C9003 C9002 Y9001 Y9001 C9004 C9005 C9005 C9004 Y9002 Y9002 LF9002 C9009 R9203 C9009 LF9002 R9209 FRONT...
  • Page 143: Pattern Diagrams [Display Unit]

    PATTERN DIAGRAMS [DISPLAY UNIT] DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] Q804 R914 R801 R802 R925 R803 IC804 R804 R942 R965 R811 R836 Q812 R964 R940 IC803 C807 R810 R939 R941 D804 Q807 IC809 R949 C826 C812 C811 R823 R546 R948 R822 C825 R888...
  • Page 144 DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] Y101 LC801 K802 R918 R905 R838 R920 LC802 R977 R975 D901 L802 R976 C801 R971 C822 D902 R979 C821 R921 LC804 D802 R841 C810 IC806 LC812 R867 R968 LC809 R870 R969 R872 R871 C803 R873 C827 R862...
  • Page 145: Audio Pwb Pattern

    AUDIO PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] TEMP. SENSOR PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] TEMP. SENSOR PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] W6004 W6001 R6685 R6684 Y6625 R6681 R6683 Y6624 R6686 C6681 Y6623 C6684 Y6626 D6623 C6685 C6682 R8102 C6695 D6622 Y6622 D6624 R8101 C6630 C6629 R6624 R6688...
  • Page 146: Line Filter Pwb Pattern

    SUB POWER PWB PATTERN LINE FILTER PWB PATTERN [SOLDER SIDE] R9901 LF9904 Y9915 Y9913 K9901 Y9901 Y9905 LF9903 Y9911 Y9906 R9902 Y9902 VA9901 LF9901 Y9903 Y9907 LF9902 Y9908 Y9904 FC9902 FC9901 LINE FILTER PWB PATTERN [PARTS SIDE] C9904 R9901 K9901 C9917 Y9905 LF9902...
  • Page 147 VOLTAGE CHARTS [RECEIVER UNIT] <REAR JACK PWB> <RECEIVER PWB> <REGULATOR PWB> <SYSTEM POWER PWB> [P.2-21,22] [P.2-9,10] [P.2-15,16] [P.2-29,30] [P.2-41,42] [P.2-47,48] [P.2-49,50] MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE DC (V) DC (V) DC (V) DC (V)
  • Page 148: Voltage Charts

    VOLTAGE CHARTS [DISPLAY UNIT] <DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB> <TEMP. SENSOR PWB> [P.2-51-P.2-52] [P.2-59] MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE DC ( V ) DC ( V ) DC ( V ) DC ( V ) DC ( V ) DC ( V ) DC ( V ) PIN NO.
  • Page 149: Waveforms

    WAVEFORMS [RECEIVER UNIT] RECEIVER PWB (SHEET1) TU3001-24 TU3101-16 0.9 Vp-p 0.9 Vp-p ANALOG SIGNAL PWB (1/5) (SHEET2) IC501-41 IC501-44 IC501-49 IC501-53 IC501-56 IC501-60 IC501-63 2.0 Vp-p 2.0 Vp-p 2.0 Vp-p 2.0 Vp-p 2.0 Vp-p 0.9 Vp-p 0.9 Vp-p ANALOG SIGNAL PWB (2/5) (SHEET3) IC801-1 IC801-3...
  • Page 150 Victor Company of Japan, Limited AV & MULTIMEDIA COMPANY VIDEO DISPLAY CATEGORY 12, 3-chome, Moriya-cho, kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, kanagawa-prefecture, 221-8528, Japan (No.YA229) Printed in Japan...
  • Page 151: Parts List

    PARTS LIST CAUTION The parts identified by the symbol are important for the safety . Whenever replacing these parts, be sure to use specified ones to secure the  safety. The parts not indicated in this Parts List and those which are filled with lines --- in the Parts No. columns will not be supplied. P.
  • Page 152 CONTENTS [DISPLAY UNIT : VM-Z50DX4, VM-Z50DX4/S] USING P.W. BOARD & REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ........................ 3 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -1 ............................3 EXPLODED VIEW -1 ................................. 4 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -2 ............................5 EXPLODED VIEW -2 ................................. 6 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -3 ............................7 EXPLODED VIEW -3 .................................
  • Page 153: [Display Unit : Vm-Z50Dx4, Vm-Z50Dx4/S] Using P.w. Board & Remote Control Unit

    [DISPLAY UNIT : VM-Z50DX4, VM-Z50DX4/S] USING P.W. BOARD & REMOTE CONTROL UNIT P.W.B ASS'Y name VM-Z50DX4 VM-Z50DX4/S ← AUDIO P.W.B LCA90441-03B (SFP-6009A) DISPLAY INTERFACE P.W.B LCA10360-09E (SFP-7307A) LCA10360-10E (SFP-7308A) ← TEMP.SENSOR P.W.B LCA90146-06B (SFP-8381A) LINE FILTER P.W.B LCA90143-13B (SFP-9308A) LCA90143-14B (SFP-9309A) SUB POWER P.W.B LCA10353-03D (SFP-9312A) LCA10353-04D (SFP-9313A)
  • Page 154: Exploded View -1

    EXPLODED VIEW -1 CHASSIS SHIELD BRACKET TERMINAL COVER CHASSIS BASE 3-4(No.YA229)
  • Page 155: Exploded View Parts List -2

    EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -2  Ref.No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  QAL0557-004 MAIN POWER UNIT  QAR0315-001 COOLING FAN (x2) QQR0491-001 FERRITE CORE  LC41683-002A DD SPEAKER ASSY (x2) LC40226-003A-H SPACER (x4) LC21378-001C CONTROL KNOB QYSBSFG4035MA TAP SCREW M4 x 35mm(x8) LC21377-002B DUCT COVER(R)
  • Page 156: Exploded View -2

    EXPLODED VIEW -2 FAN BRACKET POWER CHASSIS PWB BACK BRACKET GAS insertion hole 3-6(No.YA229)
  • Page 157: Exploded View Parts List -3

    EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -3  Ref.No. Part No. Part Name Description Local LC32466-001A SPACER (x2) LC32466-002A SPACER (x2) LC32467-001B FRONT FILTER VM-Z50DX4  LC32655-001A FRONT FILTER VM-Z50DX4/S  LC11712-004A FRONT PANEL  EXPLODED VIEW -3 SIDE FRAME TOP FRAME FILTER BRACKET BOTTOM FRAME SIDE FRAME...
  • Page 158: Printed Wiring Board Parts List [Vm-Z50Dx4]

    PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST [VM-Z50DX4] AUDIO PW BOARD ASS’Y Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local (LCA90441-03B) (SFP-6009A) C6546 NCB31HK-103X C CAPACITOR 0.01uF 50V K Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C6551 QETN1HM-105Z E CAPACITOR 1uF 50V M C6552 QETN1HM-105Z E CAPACITOR...
  • Page 159: Display Interface Pw Board Ass'y(Lca10360-09E) (Sfp-7307A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R6527 NRSA63J-222X MG RESISTOR 2.2kΩ 1/16W J R6645 NRSA63J-153X MG RESISTOR 15kΩ 1/16W J R6528 NRSA63J-222X MG RESISTOR 2.2kΩ 1/16W J R6646 NRSA63J-563X MG RESISTOR 56kΩ...
  • Page 160 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C402 NEHL1CM-476X E CAPACITOR 47uF 16V M R517 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J C404 NEHL1CM-476X E CAPACITOR 47uF 16V M R518 NRSA63J-153X MG RESISTOR 15kΩ...
  • Page 161: Temp.sensor Pw Board Ass'y (Lca90146-06B) (Sfp-8381A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R858 NRSA63J-101X MG RESISTOR 100Ω 1/16W J RA615 NRZ0040-0R0X NET RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J x4 R859 NRSA63J-104X MG RESISTOR 100kΩ 1/16W J RA616 NRZ0040-0R0X NET RESISTOR 0Ω...
  • Page 162: Display Led Pw Board Ass'y (Lca90175-05B) (Sfp-0L269A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C9003 QCZ0354-471Z C CAPACITOR 470pF 2kV K C9004 QCS31HJ-471Z C CAPACITOR 470pF 50V J C9006 QCB31HK-562Z C CAPACITOR 5600pF 50V K C9007 QEHR1HM-476Z E CAPACITOR 47uF 50V M C9008 QFLC1HJ-104Z M CAPACITOR 0.1uF 50V J C9010 QEHR1HM-105Z...
  • Page 163: Printed Wiring Board Parts List [Vm-Z50Dx4/S]

    PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST [VM-Z50DX4/S] AUDIO PW BOARD ASS’Y Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local (LCA90441-03B) (SFP-6009A) REFER TO PARTS LIST IN PAGE PAGE 3-8 FOR THIS P.W. BOARD. C513 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V Z C514 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V Z...
  • Page 164 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R541 NRSA63J-102X MG RESISTOR 1kΩ 1/16W J R877 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R542 NRSA63J-102X MG RESISTOR 1kΩ 1/16W J R878 NRSA63J-101X MG RESISTOR 100Ω...
  • Page 165: Temp.sensor Pw Board Ass'y (Lca90146-06B) (Sfp-8381A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local K805 NRSA02J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/10W J R9050 QRL03EJ-181X OMF RESISTOR 180Ω 3W J LC814 NQR0416-003X EMI FILTER 76pF 16V M R9051 QRE141J-102Y C RESISTOR 1kΩ...
  • Page 166: Remote Control Unit Parts List [Rm-C1830-1C]

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT PARTS LIST [RM-C1830-1C]  Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local 2AA070311 BATTERY COVER PACKING PARTS LIST  Ref.No. Part No. Part Name Description Local LC21464-004A PACKING CASE(TOP) LC21463-001B PACKING CASE(BOTTOM) LC11751-001B CUSHION 6pcs in 1set LC41035-004A POLY BAG LC41035-006A...
  • Page 167: Packing

    PACKING 22 23 17 18 FRONT (No.YA229)3-17...
  • Page 168: [Receiver Unit : Tu-Z50Dx4, Tu-Z50Dx4/S] Using P.w. Board

    FRONT PANEL ASSY Inc.No.101/102/103 QZW0063-001 MAGNET LATCH (x2) LC32512-003A CONTROL PLATE QZW0055-004 DAMPER LC21443-007A DOOR ASSY Inc.No.201 PQ45130-6 JVC MARK  300 LCA10476-03E RECEIVER PWB  301 LCA10428-41H DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB TU-Z50DX4  301 LCA10428-42H DIGITAL SIGNAL PWB TU-Z50DX4/S  302...
  • Page 169: Exploded View

    EXPLODED VIEW DIGITAL HOLDER (No.YA229)3-19...
  • Page 170: Printed Wiring Board Parts List [Tu-Z50Dx4]

    PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST [TU-Z50DX4] FRONT CONTROL PW BOARD ASS’Y Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local (LCA10466-04B) (SFP-8302A) S1501 QSW0619-003Z TACT SWITCH Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local S1502 QSW0619-003Z TACT SWITCH S1503 QSW0619-003Z TACT SWITCH S1504 QSW0619-003Z TACT SWITCH...
  • Page 171: Analog Signal Pw Board Ass'y (Lca10423-12C) (Sfp-0A302A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local 26uH ± 7% L9001 QQLZ026-260 COIL Q9001 2SC3928A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR L9002 QQL26AK-220Z COIL 22uH K Q9002 2SC3928A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR T9001 QQS0254-001 SW TRANSF Q9003 2SC3928A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR Q9004 2SA1530A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR...
  • Page 172 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C322 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V Z C875 NDC31HJ-100X C CAPACITOR 10pF 50V J C323 NEHL1CM-476X E CAPACITOR 47uF 16V M C876 NCB31HK-103X C CAPACITOR 0.01uF 50V K C324 NCB11CK-105X...
  • Page 173: Digital Signal Pw Board Ass'y (Lca10428-41H) (Sfp-0D307A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R517 NRSA63J-682X MG RESISTOR 6.8kΩ 1/16W J R862 NRSA63J-331X MG RESISTOR 330Ω 1/16W J R518 NRSA63J-221X MG RESISTOR 220Ω 1/16W J R863 NRSA63J-821X MG RESISTOR 820Ω...
  • Page 174 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local IC3001 JCC5055 D6110 BAV99L-X SI DIODE IC3004 TC7MB3257FK-X D6111 BAV99L-X SI DIODE IC3005 SN74LVC1G08V-X D7001 MA111-X SI DIODE IC3006 SN74LVC2G126T-X D7002 MA8051/M/-X Z DIODE IC3403 S-80928CLNB-W D7003...
  • Page 175 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C1034 NDC31HJ-390X C CAPACITOR 39pF 50V J C3072 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V Z C1035 NDC31HJ-680X C CAPACITOR 68pF 50V J C3074 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V Z C1037 NCB31HK-104X...
  • Page 176 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C7011 NCB31HK-103X C CAPACITOR 0.01uF 50V K R0129 NRSA63J-103X MG RESISTOR 10kΩ 1/16W J C7012 NCB31CK-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V K R0131 NRSA63J-472X MG RESISTOR 4.7kΩ...
  • Page 177 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R1018 NRSA63J-332X MG RESISTOR 3.3kΩ 1/16W J R3099 NRSA63J-510X MG RESISTOR 51Ω 1/16W J R1019 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R3100 NRSA63J-510X MG RESISTOR 51Ω...
  • Page 178 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R4061 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R7049 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R4064 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R7057 NRSA63J-103X MG RESISTOR 10kΩ...
  • Page 179 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R7558 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J RA3523 NRZ0040-510X NET RESISTOR 51Ω 1/16W J x4 R7559 NRSA63J-101X MG RESISTOR 100Ω 1/16W J RA3526 NRZ0080-510X NET RESISTOR 51Ω...
  • Page 180: Receiver Pw Board Ass'y (Lca10476-03E) (Sfp-0F303A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local K1003 NQR0489-002X FERRITE BEADS C3537 NCB31CK-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V K K1004 NQR0489-002X FERRITE BEADS C3540 NCB31HK-183X C CAPACITOR 0.018uF 50V K K2104 NRSA02J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω...
  • Page 181: Rear Jack Pw Board Ass'y(Lca10444-03B) (Sfp-0J302A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local L3505 NRSA02J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/10W J R2005 NRSA63J-224X MG RESISTOR 220kΩ 1/16W J L3506 NRSA02J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/10W J R2006 NRSA63J-750X MG RESISTOR 75Ω...
  • Page 182: Printed Wiring Board Parts List [Tu-Z50Dx4/S]

    PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST [TU-Z50DX4/S] FRONT CONTROL PW BOARD ASS’Y DIGITAL SIGNAL PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10466-04B) (SFP-8302A) (LCA10428-42H) (SFP-0D308A) REFER TO PARTS LIST IN PAGE PAGE 3-20 FOR THIS P.W. BOARD. Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local REGULATOR PW BOARD ASS’Y IC0401 SN74AHCT1G32V-X IC...
  • Page 183 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local D6001 1SS355-X SI DIODE C1019 NCB31HK-103X C CAPACITOR 0.01uF 50V K D6002 1SS355-X SI DIODE C1021 NCB31HK-103X C CAPACITOR 0.01uF 50V K D6003 1SS355-X SI DIODE C1023 NCB31HK-103X...
  • Page 184 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C3056 NCB31AK-334X C CAPACITOR 0.33uF 10V K C6119 NCF41CZ-106X C CAPACITOR 10uF 16V Z C3059 NCB31HK-223X C CAPACITOR 0.022uF 50V K C6120 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR 0.1uF 16V Z C3060 NCB31HK-152X...
  • Page 185 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R0107 NRSA63J-471X MG RESISTOR 470Ω 1/16W J R1003 NRSA63J-103X MG RESISTOR 10kΩ 1/16W J R0109 NRSA63J-151X MG RESISTOR 150Ω 1/16W J R1004 NRSA63J-221X MG RESISTOR 220Ω...
  • Page 186 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R3072 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R4044 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R3089 NRSA63J-220X MG RESISTOR 22Ω 1/16W J R4046 NRSA63J-103X MG RESISTOR 10kΩ...
  • Page 187 Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R7035 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R7401 NRSA63J-103X MG RESISTOR 10kΩ 1/16W J R7037 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J R7404 NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω...
  • Page 188: Receiver Pw Board Ass'y (Lca10476-03E) (Sfp-0F303A)

    Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Ref No. Part No. Part Name Description Local RA3026 NRZ0040-510X NET RESISTOR 51Ω 1/16W J x4 L9101 NQL71EM-150X COIL 15uH M RA3028 NRZ0080-510X NET RESISTOR 51Ω 1/16W J L9201 NQL71EM-150X COIL 15uH M RA3030 NRZ0080-510X NET RESISTOR...
  • Page 189: Packing

    PACKING FRONT FRONT FRONT PACKING PARTS LIST  Ref.No. Part No. Part Name Description Local LC32513-006B PACKING CASE LC11750-001A CUSHION ASSY 2pcs in 1set PQM30021-93 POLY BAG LC21462-001B ACCESSORY SHEET QPA01203505 POLY BAG 12cm x 35cm TU-Z50DX4  QMPL050-250-K POWER CORD(EU) 2.5m BLACK TU-Z50DX4 ...

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