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SERVICE MANUAL

Original Version
Multimedia Projector
RoHS
• This product does not contain any hazardous sub-
stances prohibited by the RoHS Directive. (You will
find "RSF" mark near the rating plate on the RoHS
compliant product.)
PRODUCT CODE :
PLV-HD2000N
MA4A
1 122 323 00
PLV-HD2000E
PA4A
1 122 332 00
PLV-HD2000E
PA4C
1 122 332 02
(Projection lens is optional.)
U.S.A., Canada
Europe, Asia, Africa
U.K.
MODEL NO.
Chassis No. MA4-HD2000N00
NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the rat-
ing sheet on the cabinet with the
Chassis No. in the Service
Manual.
If the Original Version Service
Manual Chassis No. does not
match the unites, additional
Service Literature is required.
You must refer to "Notices" to the
Original Service Manual prior to
servicing the unit.
Give complete "CHASSIS NO." for
parts order or servicing, it is shown on
the rating sheet on the cabinet of the
Projector.
!
WARNING
• You are requested to use RoHS compliant parts for
maintenance or repair.
• You are requested to use lead-free solder.
REFERENCE NO. SM 5110803-
FILE NO.
PLV-HD2000N
U.S.A., Canada
PLV-HD2000E
U.K., Europe
PA4-HD2000E00
00

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL PLV-HD2000N MODEL NO. U.S.A., Canada Original Version PLV-HD2000E U.K., Europe Multimedia Projector Chassis No. MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the rat- ing sheet on the cabinet with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ■ Contents ■ Contents .........................2 ■ Safety Instructions....................3 ■ Technical Specifications..................4 ■ Circuit Protections ....................5 ■ Lamp Replacement ....................9 ■ Maintenance and Cleaning ..................13 ■ Mechanical disassemblies ...................15 ■ Optical Unit disassemblies ...................40 ● Optical Parts Location and Direction ............51 ■...
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    ■ Safety Instructions SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING: The chassis of this projector is isolated (COLD) from AC line by using the converter transformer. Primary side of the converter and lamp power supply unit circuit is connected to the AC line and it is hot, which hot circuit is iden- tified with the line ( ) in the schematic diagram.
  • Page 4: Technical Specifications

    ■ Technical Specifications Projector Type Multi-media Projector Dimensions (W x H x D) 22.9" x 10" x 30.9" (581 mm x 252 mm x 783 mm) Net Weight 82.0 lbs (37.2 kg) LCD Panel System 1.64" TFT Active Matrix type, 3 panels Panel Resolution 2048 x 1080 dots Number of Pixels...
  • Page 5: Circuit Protections

    POWER indicator is not lighting, the fuse may be opened. Check the fuse as following steps. The fuse should be used with the following type; Holder PLV-HD2000N Fuse Part No.: 323 033 1807 TYPE 30.0A250V FUSE SOC CORP. KST2 30A...
  • Page 6: Lamp Cover Switch

    Circuit Protections When both of the WARNING TEMP. and READY Indicators are flashing: When the projector detects an internal problem, it will shut down FRONT INDICATORS automatically and both of the WARNING TEMP. and READY Indicators starts flashing. In this condition, the projector cannot be turned on even if you press LAMP READY the POWER ON-OFF button on the remote control unit or on the side control.
  • Page 7: Air Filter

    Circuit Protections When the WARNING TEMP. Indicator is flashing: The WARNING TEMP. Indicator flashes red to let you know the internal FRONT INDICATORS temperature of the projector exceeds the normal level. If the temperature goes up further, the projector will be turned off automatically and the Ready indicator LAMP READY will go out.
  • Page 8 Circuit Protections ● Temperature Monitor System ■ To control the driving power of the cooling fans. This projector detects internal temperature and automatically controls operating power of cooling fans. The CPU checks the temperature and atmospheric pressure inside a projector. It checks a temperature using temperature sensor-IC5801and it checks an atmospheric pressure using pressure sensor-IC4849.
  • Page 9: Lamp Replacement

    ■ Lamp Replacement LAMP MANAGEMENT (before replacement) This Projector is equipped with 4 Projection Lamps to ensure brighter image and those lamps are controlled by Lamp Management Function. Lamp Management Function detects status of all lamps and shows status on screen or on LAMP REPLACE indicator.
  • Page 10 Lamp replacement LAMP REPLACEMENT When the life of the projection lamp of this projector FRONT INDICATORS REAR INDICATORS draws to an end, the LAMP REPLACE indicator lights yellow. If this indicator lights yellow, replace the lamp with a new one promptly. The time when the LAMP REPLACE indicator lights LAMP READY...
  • Page 11 Replacement Lamp can be ordered through your dealer. When ordering a Projection Lamp, give the following information to the dealer. ● Model No. of your projector PLV-HD2000N / PLV-HD2000E ● Replacement Lamp Type No. POA-LMP100 (Service Parts No. 610 327 4928)
  • Page 12: Lamp Handling Precautions

    Lamp replacement LAMP HANDLING PRECAUTIONS This projector uses a high-pressure lamp which must be handled carefully and properly. Improper handling may result in accidents, injury, or create a fire hazard. ● Lamp lifetime may differ from lamp to lamp and according to the environment of use. There is no guarantee of the same lifetime for each lamp.
  • Page 13: Maintenance And Cleaning

    ■ Maintenance and Cleaning After long periods of use, dust and other particles will accumulate on the LCD panel, prism, mirror, polarized glass, lens, etc., causing the picture to darken or color to blur. If this occurs, clean the inside of optical unit. Remove dust and other particles using air spray.
  • Page 14: Air Filter Care And Cleaning

    Maintenance and Cleaning AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING Air Filter prevents dust from accumulating on surface of Projection Lens and Projection Mirror. Should Air Filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce Cooling Fans' effectiveness and may result in internal heat build up and adversely affect life of a projector.
  • Page 15: Mechanical Disassemblies

    ■ Mechanical disassemblies Disassemble should be made following procedures in numerical order. Screws Expression Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may be (Type ) mm Diameter x Length ignored. T type M Type Tapping screw Machine screw Caution: The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as the original oth- erwise it may cause lose of performance and product safety.
  • Page 16 Mechanical disassemblies -2 Cabinet-front unit removal. 1. Remove 11 screws and remove the Cabinet-front unit. (See Fig.1-2) Cabinet front unit Fig.1-2 -3 Cabinet front-top-unit disassemblies. 1. Remove 4 screws and remove the Mounting cover lens-A. 2. Remove 2 Spring coils and remove Cover lens-A. (See Fig.1-3) Cover lens-A Spring coil-A...
  • Page 17 Mechanical disassemblies -5 Speaker boxes and Front LED Board removal. 1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove the Speaker box-A. Front LED Board 2. Remove 4 screws-B and remove the Speaker box-B. Speaker unit-A 3. Remove 2 screws-C and remove the Front LED Board. (See Fig.1-5) Speaker unit-B Cabinet front...
  • Page 18 Mechanical disassemblies -1 Cabinet-top unit removal. 1. Remove 8 screws and remove the Cabinet-top unit. Back View (See Fig.2-1) Fig.2-1a Fig.2-1 -2 Lamp cover and Push Latch-B removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and press button to open the Lamp cover. 2.
  • Page 19 Mechanical disassemblies -3 Decoration Inlay-B, Push Latch-A, and Hinges removal. 1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove the 2 Hinges. 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the push Latch-A. 3. Remove DEC Inlay-B. (Unhook the Cabinet top and take the DEC Inlay off inside.) Push part(a) and pull the DEC Inlay inside.
  • Page 20 Mechanical disassemblies -2 Main Board removal. Remove the connectors and the flexible cables of the LCD panels from the Main Board. (Never touch the electrode of flexible cables.) 1. Remove 5 screws-A. 2. Remove spacer-A and remove the Main Board. (Do not remove the Spacer-B.) (See Fig.3-2) Spacer-B...
  • Page 21 Mechanical disassemblies -2 Terminal Board units and RS232C Board removal. 1. Remove 8 screws-A and remove the Terminal Board units 1-4. 2. Remove screw-B. 3. Remove 4 screws-C and remove the RS232C Board. 4. Remove screw-D and remove Grounding Lead from the RS232C Board. (See Fig.4-2) RS232C Board Terminal Board...
  • Page 22 Mechanical disassemblies -4 Terminal Board DL-SDI disassemblies. 1. Remove 2 screws-A, remove 4 nuts-B, remove 4 washers-C and remove the Terminal board DL-SDI. 2. Remove 2 screws-D, remove the Holders and remove the Earth BRKT Slot. 3. Remove 4 screws-E and remove the Handles. (See Fig.4-4) Terminal board Earth Holder...
  • Page 23 Mechanical disassemblies -6 Terminal Board DVI disassemblies. 1. Remove 2 screws-A, remove screw-B, remove screw-C, and remove the Terminal board DVI. 2. Remove 2 screws-D, remove the Holders and remove the Earth BRKT Slot. 3. Remove 4 screws-F and remove the Handles. (See Fig.4-6) Terminal board DVI Holder...
  • Page 24 Mechanical disassemblies -8 Control Switch unit disassemblies. 1. Remove 4 screws, remove the Control Button and remove the Control Board. (See Fig.4-8) Control Button Control Board Fig.4-8 Control Panel -1 Shield plates removal. 1. Remove screws-A, and remove the grounding lead. 2.
  • Page 25 Mechanical disassemblies -2 Fan(FN901) removal. 1. Remove 3 screws-A and remove the Fan(FN901). (See Fig.5-2) Fig.5-2 -3 Switch Power Supply unit(5V) removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A, remove screw-B and remove the Switch power supply(5V) unit . 2. Remove 2 screws-c and remove the Switch power supply(5V) Board. (See Fig.5-31, 5-3a) Switch Power Supply(5V) unit Switch Power Supply(5V) Board...
  • Page 26 Mechanical disassemblies -4 Switch Power Supply(25V) unit removal. 1. Remove 3 screws-A, remove 3 washers and remove the grounding leads. (See Fig.5-4b) 2. Remove 4 screws-B, and remove the Switch power supply(25V) unit. 3. Remove 2 screws-C and remove the Switch power supply(25V)Board. 4.
  • Page 27 Mechanical disassemblies -5 Lamp Ballast Units removal. 1. Remove screw-C and remove the grounding lead. (Lamp ballast 3-4 unit. See Fig.5-5) Washer Grounding Lead Lamp ballast 3-4 unit Fig.5-5 2. Remove screw-A and remove the grounding lead from the Holder. (Lamp ballast 1-2 units. See Fig.5-5a) 3.
  • Page 28 Mechanical disassemblies -6 Lamp Ballast Units disassemblies. Lamp Ballast Units 1-2 1. Remove 2 screws-A, remove the Fan(FN908) and FAN Guard. 2. Remove Lamp Ballast unit 1 and remove the Spacer. (Unhook the Fixer Clamp and remove the Lamp Ballast unit .) 3.
  • Page 29 Mechanical disassemblies -7 PFC Unit 3-4 and Power Unit removal. PFC Unit 3-4 removal. 1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove the PFC 3-4 Unit. 2. Remove 4 screws-B and remove the Fan (FN914). 3. Remove 3 screws-C and remove the Holder FN. 4.
  • Page 30 Mechanical disassemblies Power Unit removal. Power Unit removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A, remove 2 screws-B and remove the Power Unit. 2. Remove 4 screws-C and remove the Power Board. (See Fig.5-8, 5-8a) Current sensor removal and replacement. (Current sensor is used only for PLV-HD2000E.) 1.
  • Page 31 Mechanical disassemblies -9 PFC 1-2 Unit and Sub Power Unit removal. PFC 1-2 Unit removal. 1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove the PFC 1-2 Unit. 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Holder FAN. 3. Remove the Fan (FN913). 4. Remove 4 screws-C and remove the PFC 1-2 Board. (See Fig.5-9, 5-9a) Sub Power Unit removal.
  • Page 32 Mechanical disassemblies Optical Unit removal. 1. Remove 10 screws-A, remove 4 screws-B and remove the Optical unit. (See Fig.6) Warning; Do not hold the projection lens. It may damage projection lens. Warning! Do not hold the projection lens. Fig.6 -1 Fan(FN906) Unit and Adjustable-feet removal. 1.
  • Page 33 Mechanical disassemblies -2 Fan Units removal and disassemblies. Fan(R) Unit removal and Disassemblies. 1. Remove 3 screws-A and remove the Fan(R) Unit. 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Duct-A. 3. Remove 2 screws-C and remove the Fan(FN903). (See Fig. 7-2, 7-2a) Fans(G,B) UNIT removal and Disassemblies.
  • Page 34 Mechanical disassemblies Fans(FN909,FN910) and Holders removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the Cover -E. 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Fan(FN909). 3. Remove 3 screws-C and remove the Cover -F. 4. Remove 2 screws-D and remove the Fan(FN910). 5.
  • Page 35 Fig. 8-3a Fig. 8-3 To remove the Fuse. PLV-HD2000E PLV-HD2000N Turns the fuse holder cover with the slot screw driver. Remove the fuse and the fuse holder cover forward. Remove the fuse and the fuse holder cover upward. Fuse holder...
  • Page 36 Mechanical disassemblies Ducts, R/C 2 Board, Filter Unit, NET Board and Panel removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the Duct D. 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Duct C. 3. Remove screw-C and remove the R/C 2 Board. 4.
  • Page 37 Mechanical disassemblies Rear adjustable feet and Handles removal. 1. Remove the Retaining ring(ER-type) by leaving it against the adjustable foot with slot screwdriver. 2. Turn the adjustable feet and to take from the Cabinet bottom off. (2 places) 3. Remove 20 screws and remove the Handles. (See Fig.9-2, 9-2a) Slot screwdriver Adjustable feet...
  • Page 38 Mechanical disassemblies -1 Net Boards(PBS Fan net, Lamp Fan net) removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the PBS Fan net Board. 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Lamp Fan net Board. (See Fig.10-1) PBS Fan net Board Lamp Fan net Board Fig.
  • Page 39 Mechanical disassemblies -3 Fan(FN915), Ducts, and Temperature switches removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the Fan(FN915). 2. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Duct PBS. 3. Remove 4 screws-D and remove the temperature switches (SW903,SW904,SW905,SW906). (See Fig.10-3) Temperature switch SW906 Temperature switch SW905...
  • Page 40: Optical Unit Disassemblies

    ■ Optical Unit disassemblies Projection lens and Lens shift unit removal. 1. Loosen the screw-D and remove the Safety Clamp. (See Fig. 11-a) 2. Slide the lens lock lever on the projector to "UNLOCK" (UPPER) position and detach the Projection lens with Mount Parts to the Lens shift unit. (See Fig. 11-b) (Refer to Lens replacement and Installation procedures manual) 3.
  • Page 41 Optical Unit disassemblies Prism/LCD panel unit removal. 1. Remove 4 screws and remove the Prism / LCD panel unit. (Be careful not to damage the Prism / LCD panel unit with the driver.) (See Fig.12-1) Note : Do not touch the electrode of flexible cables.
  • Page 42 Optical Unit disassemblies Optical filters and Polarized glasses disassemblies. 1. Remove 3 screws-A and remove the stoppers. 2. Remove the plate. 3. Remove the polarized glasses and remove the optical filters upward. (See Fig.12-3) Note: Each polarizer glasses use different characteristic polarization glasses. Mark the polarizer units as they are removed from the optical unit so that they may be reassembled in the same location from which they were removed.
  • Page 43 Optical Unit disassemblies Integrator lens-in unit removal. 1. Remove 2 screws A and remove the Integrator lens in unit. 2. Remove 4 screws B and remove the 2 Plates. 3. Unhook the holder 4 places and remove the Integrator lens. (Integrator lens is bonded on the Holder.) (See Fig.13-1, 13-1a) Plate Slot part comes this top side...
  • Page 44 Optical Unit disassemblies Condenser lens unit removal. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the Condenser lens unit. 2. Remove 4 screws-B, remove the plate and remove the Condenser lens. (See Fig.13-3, 13-3a) Holder Flat surface plane comes this side Plate Condenser-lens unit Condenser lens...
  • Page 45 Optical Unit disassemblies Polarizer units removal. 1. Remove 6 screws-A and remove the Polarized glass units. (See Fig.13-5) Temperature sensor (PTH901) Green Blue Fig.13-5 Red and Green Polarized Units Blue Polarized unit 2. Remove screw-B, remove 3screws-E, 3 Spacers-F 5. Remove 2 screws-G, remove the plates(D) and and remove the Optical filter unit forward.
  • Page 46 Optical Unit disassemblies Mirrors removal. Remove 5 stoppers and pull the 5 mirrors upward. (See Fig.13-6) Note : Do not touch the mirrors surface directly with hand. Each mirror uses different characteristic optical filter glasses. Mark the mirrors as they are removed from the optical unit so that they may be reassembled in the location and direction from which they were removed.
  • Page 47 Optical Unit disassemblies Optical base top removal. 1. Remove 11 screws and remove the Optical base top. Be careful not to damage the optical parts. (See Fig.15) Note: Be careful of the optical base top slowly and remove it. Otherwise optical parts follow together and become cause to damage.
  • Page 48 Optical Unit disassemblies Mirror units removal and disassemblies. 1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove the Mirror units. 2. Remove 4 screws-B and remove the Stoppers(C). 3. Remove screw-C and remove the Stopper(E). 4. Remove screw-D and remove the Stopper(D). 5. Remove 2 screws-E and remove the Stoppers(B). 6.
  • Page 49 Optical Unit disassemblies Optical Filter units removal and disassemblies. 1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the Optical filter unit1. 2. Remove screw-E, remove the plate and remove the Optical filter upward. (See Fig.17-2a) 3. Remove 2 screws-B and remove the Optical filter unit2. 4.
  • Page 50 Optical Unit disassemblies Optical Filters and Lenses removal. 1. Remove Optical filter(UV/IR), remove the Condenser lens(IN), remove the Condenser lens(OUT), remove the Relay lens(IN), remove the Optical filter(UV cut), remove the Condenser lens(B-FIL), remove the Condenser lens(R-FIL) and remove the Condenser lens(G) upward. (See Fig.18) Note : Do not touch optical filters and lenses surface directly with hand.
  • Page 51: Optical Parts Location And Direction

    ● Optical Parts Location and Direction Fig.31 KEY No. DESCRIPTION KEY No. DESCRIPTION PRISM ASSEMBLY (PBS) MIRROR (B-COLD) DICHROIC MIRROR (Y) MIRROR (R) DICHROIC MIRROR (C) MIRROR (COLD) POLARIZED GLASS (IN/B) LENS-CONDENSER(R-FIL) POLARIZED GLASS (IN/G) LENS-CONDENSER(OUT) POLARIZED GLASS (IN/R) LENS-CONDENSER (IN) POLARIZED GLASS (WV/IN)RG LENS-RELAY (OUT) OPTICAL FILTER...
  • Page 52 Optical Parts Location and Direction Relay lens(OUT) Optical filter(UV cut) Fig.34 Spherical surface side The marker comes this sur- face side (Non Spherical surface side) Chamfer part comes this position. Mirror and Optical filter Fig.33 Fig.37 Integrator lens (In) Polarized glass, Optical filter Slot part comes this top side.
  • Page 53: Troubleshooting

    ■ Troubleshooting ● No Picture Check the Vcc voltages. Check the CG-MOTHER Board S9V / S6V (Always) 9V / 5VB / -5V (Switched) Check the signal lines. DIF SCDT/H/V DIF SCDT/H/V IC9041 BUFFER DIF DE DIF DE <74VCX2374> IC9016 DIF CLK IC9101 IC9116 BUFFER...
  • Page 54 Troubleshooting ● No Picture Check the terminal board_DVI Check the Vcc voltages. (Always) 9V / 5VB / -5V (Switched) Check the test points. DVI BOARD IC8071,IC8072,IC8073 DATA DVI BUFFER IC8001 H, V, DE IC8194 / 96 / 97 /99 IC8020 DDC_CLK/DATA INTERFACE BUS SW...
  • Page 55 Troubleshooting Check the terminal board_DL-SDI Check the Vcc voltages. (Always) 9V / 5VB / -5V (Switched) Check the test points. DL SDI BOARD D9935 ERROR_A IC4565 IC5401 EQUALIZER SDI IN 1 D9936 IC6475 <GO1525> <GS1574> LOCK_A BUFFER IC5441 IC5421 DRIVER SDI OUT 1 DESERIALIZER <GS1578>...
  • Page 56 Troubleshooting ● No Picture Check the MAIN Board (Input Selecting Stage) IC1264 IC1264 H_DIF W_HS V_DIF W_VS DE_DIF W_DE IC1263 DIFCLK DVI_SW IC2252 BO_DVI IC2201 BA/GA IC2202 BUFFER GO_DVI LATCH RO_DVI IC2211 GA/RA IC2212 BUFFER LATCH IC2221 BB/GB BE_DVI IC2222 BUFFER LATCH GE_DVI...
  • Page 57: Timing Chart

    Troubleshooting Check the MAIN Board (LCD Driving Stage) TP_RVID1 IC501 GAM_RO/RE SAMPLE & HOLD <AD8387> IC551 LCCOM VCOM BUFFER R-LCD <ADSY8401> IC525 PANEL SAMPLE & HOLD SHCLKR, <AD8387> IC3501 XFRR,STSQ LEVEL SHIFT <L3E01060> CLX,CLY,DX,DY,NRG,ENB CLX,CLY,DX,DY, NRG,ENB TP_GVID1 IC1501 GAM_GO/GE RA/RB/ SAMPLE &...
  • Page 58: No Power

    Troubleshooting ● No Power Are the LAMP indica- Is the lamp cover attached cor- tor (red) and READY rectly? Check that IIC indicator (green) light? Bus signals When the lamp cover is removed are correct. If the LAMP and READY or attached not correctly, the pro- indicators are not light, jector cannot be turned on.
  • Page 59 Troubleshooting ● No Power 81-94 79-80 7-9 27-28 31-34 23-24 16V_AU K16A ASS'Y IC461 1.8VGS MOTOR&AUDIO L8204 ASS'Y RS232C IC8221 3.3V_AD1 L8202 3.3V_AD2 K46L L8201 3.3V_AD3 FAN_D4 FAN_D3 FAN_D2 FAN_D1 ASS'Y CONTROL ASS'Y LAMP_FANNET POWER-SW K26Z 12VA K66D ASS'Y REAR LED K26U K26T LAMP_1 LAMP_2...
  • Page 60 Troubleshooting ● No Power Check the power failure detection tree DETECTION FAILURE AREA LINE NAME D4827 ASS'Y MAIN PF_S9V S9.6V line on Main IC4847 S9.6V D4835 PF_9V 9V line on Main (Audio) D4826 PF_3.3V 3.3V line on Main (I/P, Gamma) Q4863 IC461 S3.3V...
  • Page 61 Troubleshooting ● No Power ● Flow chart of projector condition (with AC power supply and Mains SW : ON) (90 sec.) AC OFF STAND-BY COOLING (Lamp : OFF) (Lamp error) <RECOVER> (ON/OFF button) (ON/OFF button or SERIAL) <ACCIDENT> WARNING POWER ON POWER OFF (Lamp : ON) (ON/OFF button)
  • Page 62: No Audio Output

    Troubleshooting ● No Power Check the Unit_ Sub Power. FAN_A12V FAN_B12V FAN_B12V FAN_A12V FAN_C12V K66G K66E K66F K66L FAN-ON/OFF FAN-A ADJ. I/O EXP FAN-A ADJ. CONTROL FAN-A ADJ. FAN-ON/OFF FAN-ON/OFF FAN-B ADJ. FAN_C12V TP7614 FAN-B ADJ. SCL/SDA SCL/SDA FAN-C ADJ. CONTROL I/O EXP POWER-SW...
  • Page 63: Temperature Abnormality

    Troubleshooting ● Temperature Abnormality NOTE : Temperature monitor operation The temperature monitor system is provided to prevents damage of optical components (the LCD panel and polarization film etc.) inside a projector from overheat. Two protection systems are pro- vided. Each system operation as follows : ------ The temperature monitor -1: ----------------------------------- ------ The temperature monitor -2 : ---------------------------------- ■...
  • Page 64: Power Lens System Abnormality

    Troubleshooting ● Power Lens System Abnormality Motor-driven lens system. (Zoom, Focus and lens shift.) LEFT DET. CENTER DET. Horizontal shift function does not exist RIGHT DET. in some particular models. Therefore IC1621, K8N, etc. do not exist in those models. K16A K16H TOP DET.
  • Page 65: Lamp Abnormality

    Troubleshooting ● Lamp Abnormality ■ The Lamp Driving Circuit ( Lamp_3 ) example LAMP COVER THERMAL SWITCHES U20B47200 UNIT_PFC3-4 DC OUTPUT BRIDGE ACTIVE DC390~410V AC INPUT LINE DIODE FILTER K26Z K26U K26T AC108~264V FILTER THERMAL PROTECTOR 12V_FN FANNET_2 ASS'Y P_FAIL H : Abnormality EXH FANNET K56A...
  • Page 66: Adjustments After Parts Replacement (Optical Parts)

    ■ Adjustments After Parts Replacement (Optical parts) ● ❍ : Adjustment necessary : Check necessary Polarized Optical Condenser Relay LCD/ Integrator glass filter Integrator Lens Prism Lens-out lens Lens-in panel Ass’y &PBS R G B Optical Adjustments Polarized grass adjustment ●...
  • Page 67: Optical Adjustments

    ■ Optical adjustments WARNING : USE UV RADIATION EYE CAUTION: To prevent suffer of UV radiation, AND SKIN PROTECTION those adjustments must be com- DURING SERVICING pleted within 25 minutes. Adjustment optical components location Integrator lens out Prism PBS adjustment Condenser lens adjustment adjustment...
  • Page 68 Optical adjustments Before Adjustment CAUTION: When remove the BGA unit and adjust optical components, turn on a projector in the procedure shown below. (In normally turn on, If the BGA unit is removed, the power supply circuit will be shut down and it may result in mal- function of a projector.) (1) "MAIN SWITCH"...
  • Page 69 Optical adjustments (1) Focus Adjustment of LCD Panel SCREW-A SCREW-A SLOT-B SCREW-A SCREW-A Prism / LCD Panel Fig.53a assembly Before Adjustment : 1. Turn on a projector. 2. Set the projector to "service mode" and project a green grid pattern on a screen. Adjust green grid pattern to sharp focus by pressing Focus ( ) buttons on the projector or remote control unit.
  • Page 70: Before Adjustment

    Optical adjustments (2) Integrator-lens-in adjustment-1 Before Adjustment : 1. Remove the flexible cables of LCD panels SLOT-B from the Main board. And remove the BGA unit. Turn on the projector. SCREW-A 2. Shift the adjustment position of Integrator- lens-out temporarily until shade appears the right or the left on the screen.
  • Page 71 Optical adjustments (4) Integrator-lens-out adjustment SCREW-B Before Adjustment : BOTTOM SIDE 1. Remove the flexible cables of LCD panels from SCREW-B the Main board. And remove the BGA unit. And turn on the projector. 2. If the shade appears on the left or right of the screen, adjust in the following procedure.
  • Page 72 Optical adjustments (6) Relay-lens adjustment Before Adjustment : SCREWS-B 1. Remove the flexible cables of LCD panels from the Main board. And remove the BGA unit. Turn SLOT-B on the projector. 2. If the shade appears on the screen, adjust in the following procedure.
  • Page 73 Optical adjustments CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT TOOL INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL Note; Before mounting the Adjustment Tool, set adjustment screws of Adjustment Tool in center of the adjustment range. Refer to Screw Setting. 1. Loosen 2screws-A of Prism/LCD panel unit. See Fig.60c. CAUTION: When loosening the screws-A, do not touch the other mechanical part or give it shock. 2.
  • Page 74 Optical adjustments Guide Screw-C (M4 X 6) (included with Adjustment Tool) Convergence Adjustment Tool The figure is an installation figure for the adjustment of the Blue Screw-B LCD panel. Fig. 60d TO REMOVE ADJUSTMENT TOOL After completing the adjustment, remove the Adjustment Tool as follows. 1.
  • Page 75 Optical adjustments ■ Convergence adjustment For convergence adjustment, use Green as the reference standard. Align Red and Blue with Green by adjusting the position and angle of the Red and Blue LCD panel. Screws X, Y and Z (Fig.61) are for convergence adjustment.
  • Page 76 Optical adjustments (8) Prism P.B.S. adjustment Adjustment : SLOT-A 1. Remove the flexible cables of LCD panels from the Main board. And turn on the projector. SCREW-B And input the white raster signal (100% of white raster signal). 2. Loosen 2 screws-B. 3.
  • Page 77 Optical adjustments B polarized glass adjustment : 1. Turn on a projector. And input the black raster signal (0% of white raster signal). LEVER-B 2. Loosen screw-A on the polarized unit which you intend to adjust using ball allen wrench. 3.
  • Page 78: Electrical Adjustments

    ■ Electrical Adjustments ● Adjustments after Parts Replacement (Electrical Parts) ● ❍ : Adjustment necessary : Check necessary Disassembly / Replaced Parts Unit_ Unit_ Power Unit_ Unit_ Main Slot Other Sub- Mother Power Board P.F.C Ballast Board Board Boards Power Board (25V) Electrical Adjustments...
  • Page 79: Service Adjustment Menu Operation

    Electrical Adjustments ● Service Adjustment Menu Operation Follow the procedures described below for the adjustments with service mode. 1. Turn the projector Power ON. 2. Enter Service adjustment menu. Press and hold the MENU and IMAGE button on the projector simultaneously for more than 3 seconds, or press and hold the MENU button on the remote control unit for more than 20 seconds.
  • Page 80: Service Mode Adjustment Menu

    Electrical Adjustments ● Service Mode Adjustment Menu Group-no. Adjustment Item Adjustment Mode Not designated COMP. ● 140 - 0 Fans-A driving voltage adjustment ● 140 - 1 Fans-A driving voltage adjustment ● 140 - 2 Fans-C driving voltage adjustment ● 140 - 3 Fans-C driving voltage adjustment ●...
  • Page 81 Electrical Adjustments Group-no. Adjustment Item Adjustment Mode Not designated COMP. ● 0 - 0 Temperature monitor IC5801 Read only ● 0 - 1 Temperature monitor IC1519 Read only ● 1 - 0 IC4849 Read only Atmospheric Pressure monitor ● 10 - 0 RS232C Baud rate (0:9600 / 1:19200) ●...
  • Page 82: Circuit Adjustments

    Electrical Adjustments ● Circuit Adjustments CAUTION: The each circuit has been made by the fine adjustment at factory. Do not attempt to adjust the following adjustments except requiring the readjustments in servicing otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety.
  • Page 83 Electrical Adjustments +5V voltage adjustment Fan driving voltage adjustment Equipment Digital voltmeter Equipment Digital voltmeter VR652 1. Adjust the voltage by using on the power 1. Enter the service mode. board as following. 2. Change data values of each test points to adjust the fan driving voltage.
  • Page 84 Electrical Adjustments Gain adjustment [PC] DVI level adjustment Equipment Oscilloscope Equipment Oscilloscope Input mode Computer mode Input mode RGB(PC digital) mode Input signal 16-step gray scale signal (XGA) Input signal 16-step gray scale signal (XGA) 1. Enter the service mode. 1.
  • Page 85 Electrical Adjustments ⁄1 Common center adjustment Panel luminance adj. (PC, 4 lamp) Input mode Computer mode Equipment Luminance meter Input signal 1 line dot computer signal (UXGA) Lamp mode 4 Lamp mode Screen mode True Input mode Computer mode Input signal 100% and 50% white computer signal 1.
  • Page 86 Electrical Adjustments ⁄3 ⁄5 Panel luminance adj. (AV, 4 lamp) Panel luminance adj. [PC, 2 Lamp] Equipment Luminance meter Equipment Luminance meter Lamp mode 4 Lamp mode Input mode Computer mode Input mode Component mode Input signal 100%/50% white computer signal(XGA) Input signal 100% and 50% white component sig- nal (1080i/60)
  • Page 87 Electrical Adjustments ⁄7 Panel luminance adj. [AV, 2 Lamp] Note on WHITE UNIFORMITY Adjustment Equipment Luminance meter Input mode Component mode If you find the color shading on the screen, please Input signal 100%/50% white component signal adjust the white uniformity by using the proper comput- (1080i/60) er and “Color Shading Correction”...
  • Page 88: Service Adjustment Data Table (Factory Set Data List)

    Electrical Adjustments ● Service Adjustment Data table (Factory Set Data List) CAUTION : These initial values are the reference data written from the CPU ROM to the memory IC when the new memory IC replaced. The adjustment items indicated with “✽” are required to readjust following to the “Electrical adjustments”.
  • Page 89 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 S 160 – Shootout – Switch 0 : Enable / 1 : Disable 0 / 1 S 180 – DDC Setting – HDCP EDID Data Setting 0 : EDID Data for DVI / 1 : EDID Data for HDCP 0 / 1 –...
  • Page 90 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 S 400 – NTSC H Back Porch (COMPO/VIDEO/DVI) Full/Normal 0 ~ 4095 2182/2241/2205 Anamophic 1718/1764/1736 V Back Porch (COMPO/VIDEO/DVI/SCART) -2048 ~ 2047 0/-2/3/-3 Clamp 0 ~ 1023 S 401 –...
  • Page 91 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 V Back Porch (Dual SDI/ HD&SD SDI/ DVI-I) -1024 ~ 1023 30/30/30 S 419 – Digital 1080PSF25 H Back Porch (Dual SDI/ HD&SD SDI/ DVI-I) 0 ~ 4095 2262/204/204 V Back Porch (Dual SDI/ HD&SD SDI/ DVI-I) -1024 ~ 1023...
  • Page 92 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 H Back Porch (Dual SDI/ DVI-I) 0 ~ 4095 82/168 V Back Porch (Dual SDI/ DVI-I) 0 ~ 2047 33/39 S 492 – Digital 2K-1080P25 (IP through) H Back Porch (Dual SDI/ DVI-I) 0 ~ 4095 104/168...
  • Page 93 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 S 525 – Faroudja YCbCr 480i (Activate with Optional Terminal Board) – Total Dots 0 ~ 3000 1126 Disp Dots 0 ~ 3000 H Back Porch 0 ~ 3000 V Back Porch 0 ~ 3000 Disp Line...
  • Page 94 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 G BRIGHT 0 ~ 4096 B BRIGHT 0 ~ 4096 S 912 – AV GAMMA SHIFT AV 50% Gamma Shift Adjustment – R GAMMA SHIFT -2048 ~ 2047 G GAMMA SHIFT -2048 ~ 2047 B GAMMA SHIFT -2048 ~ 2047...
  • Page 95 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 S 972 – Timing Generator – R ENBX 0 ~ 95 G ENBX 0 ~ 95 B ENBX 0 ~ 95 CLYOUT,DYOUT,FRP 0 ~ 31 NRG position 0 ~ 127 NRG Width 0 ~ 255 S 973...
  • Page 96 Electrical Adjustments Initial Value Group Item Data ITEM Function Range HD2000 R Reference Position 0 ~ 11 G Reference Position 0 ~ 11 B Reference Position 0 ~ 11 R Adjustment 0 ~ 1 G Adjustment 0 ~ 1 B Adjustment 0 ~ 1 Adjustment Step 0 ~ 4095...
  • Page 97: Special Menu

    Electrical Adjustments ● Special Menu 1. Turn the projector Power ON. 2. Enter Special Menu. Special Press and hold the "POWER ON - OFF" button on the projector or the Counter remote control for more than 20 seconds. The special menu appears on the screen.
  • Page 98: Control Port Functions

    ■ Control Port Functions ● System Control & I/O Port Table (IC801, HD6417727) Pin No. Name Function Name Function Polarity Vcc-RTC 1.9V Vcc for RTC (1.9V) XTAL2 (Open) EXTAL2 (Vcc) Vss-RTC Vss for RTC (0V) Clock Mode Setting [Default:L] Clock Mode Setting [Default:L] Non Maskable Interrupt IRQ0/IRL0/PTH[0] FPGA2_INTR...
  • Page 99 Control Port Functions Pin No. Name Function Name Function Polarity RD/WR RDWR Read / Write PTE[7]/PCC0RDY/AUDSYNC AUDSYNC [for ICE] AUD_SYNC Chip Select_0 Flash Memory [32bit] Chip select_2 Peripheral Device_1 [16bit] Chip select_3 SDRAM [32bit] CS4/PTK[2] Chip select_4 Peripheral Device_2 [8bit] CS5/CE1A/PTK[3] Chip select_5 Peripheral Device_3 [32bit] CS6/CE1B...
  • Page 100 Control Port Functions Pin No. Name Function Name Function Polarity Vss-PLL1 Vss for PLL1 (0V) Vss-PLL2 Vss for PLL2 (0V) CAP2 CAP2 Capacitor for PLL2[470pF] Vcc-PLL2 1.9V Vcc for PLL2 (1.9V) PCC0WAIT/PTH[6]/AUDCK AUDCK [ICE] AUD Clock Vss (0V) 1.9V Vcc (1.9V) XTAL (Reserve) X'tal...
  • Page 101 Control Port Functions ● Parallel I/O Expander (IC4801, TE7780) on Main Board Pin No. Name Function Name Function Polarity (Reserve) (Serial I/F) (Reserve) (Serial I/F) TX_SLOT RX_SLOT (Reserve) (Serial I/F) (Reserve) (Serial I/F) (Reserve) (Serial I/F) (Reserve) (Serial I/F) LAMP1_ERR Lamp Error Detection_1 Abnormality= "...
  • Page 102 Control Port Functions ● Parallel Bus I/O Expander IC Ref. No Signal Name Function Note PF_5V Power Failure Main Board PF_9V Power Failure PF_S9V Power Failure IC4814 PF_-5V Power Failure PF_16V Power Failure 74LVCC4245 PF_TH Power Failure Thermal SW & Lamp cover SW PF_BGA3.3V Power Failure PF_15.5V...
  • Page 103 Control Port Functions ● IIC Bus I/O Expander IC Ref. No Signal Name Function Note PF_FAN1 Power Failure Main Board PF_FAN2 Power Failure PF_VCCFAN1 Power Failure IC9812 PF_VCCFAN2 Power Failure PF_K8G Power Failure M62320 Slave address setting port_2 (Vdd) Slave address setting port_1 (Vdd) Slave address setting port_0 (GND) PF_FAN3 Power Failure...
  • Page 104 Control Port Functions ● IIC Bus I/O Expander IC Ref. No Signal Name Function Note SCDT_DIF DVI Board P_FAIL_5V/9V IC8181 DDC_WRITE MOUSE/CPU_SW2 M62320 CTL3 RESET HDCP_SW Slave address setting port_2 (GND) Slave address setting port_1 (GND) Slave address setting port_0 (GND) VS_DET DVI Board SYNC_ID...
  • Page 105 Control Port Functions ● IIC Bus D/A Converter IC Ref. No Signal Name Function Note R_VRH MAIN Board G_VRH B_VRH IC1401 VCOMR VCOMG M62398 VCOMB R_VRL G_VRL B_VRL Slave address setting port_2 (GND) Slave address setting port_1 (GND) Slave address setting port_0 (GND) MAIN Board DACFANSW1 IC1451...
  • Page 106: Waveforms

    ■ Waveforms Y-IN <TP8208> Pb-IN <TP8209> Pr-IN <TP82071> Y <TP202> Pb <TP203> Pr <TP201> V-SYNC <TPV_SYNC> R-OUT<TP_RVID1> G-OUT<TP_GVID1> B-OUT<TP_BVID1> RGB-IN<TP8207/ 08/ 09> RGB-AD-IN<TP8204/ 05/ 06> -106-...
  • Page 107: Ic Block Diagrams

    ■ IC Block Diagrams ● AD8075ARU <Video Buffer, ● AD8183ARU <Selector, IC2071> IC2001> AD8185ARU <IC9006, IC9007> AD8183/AD8185 IN0A AD8074 /AD8075 DGND SELECT IN1A SEL A/B DGND DISABLE OUT2 +1/+2 IN2A OUT0 AGND OUT1 OUT1 +1/+2 IN2B AGND OUT2 OUT0 IN1B +1/+2 DVCC IN0B...
  • Page 108 IC Block Diagrams ● ADSY8401 <LCD Level Shifter, IC551,IC1551,IC2551> ● AD8387 <LCD Driver, IC501,IC525,IC1501,IC1525,IC2501,IC2525> TWO-STAGE VID0 DBA(0:11) LATCH TWO-STAGE DBB(0:11) VID1 LATCH BIAS THERMAL SWITCH TWO-STAGE VID10 LATCH G-MODE SWITCH TWO-STAGE VID11 LATCH SEQUENCE CONTROL SCALING CONTROL AD8387 -108-...
  • Page 109 IC Block Diagrams ● CXA2151Q <RGB Matrix, IC271> ● ICS1523M <Clock Driver, IC8209> -109-...
  • Page 110 IC Block Diagrams ● LA7217 <Sync Separator, ● LB1641 <Motor Driver, IC1601, IC1611> IC2051, IC8041> LB1645N <IC1621, IC1631> ● MD1222N <DC-DC Converter, IC5204> V ref V cc V boot 18~21 H igh S ide START UP BOOT ON/OFF V ref =V out +5.8V START =7.2 V C ircuit R eference =6.5V...
  • Page 111 IC Block Diagrams ● L3E01060 <Level Shift, IC3501,IC3551,IC4501> ● PW365 <Scan Converter, IC301> -111-...
  • Page 112 IC Block Diagrams ● Sii1161CT <DVI Interface, IC8001> PIXS HS_DJTR OCK_INV SiI 1000 Series ermination EXT_RES Control RX2+ Data Recovery SYNC2 QE[23:0] RX2- QO[23:0] ODCK RX1+ Data Recovery SYNC1 Panel RX1- Channel Decoder Interface SYNC HSYNC Logic RX0+ VSYNC Data Recovery SYNC0 RX0- SCDT...
  • Page 113: Mechanical And Optical Parts List

    ■ Mechanical and Optical Parts list Note: Part order must contain Model No., Chassis No., Part No., and descriptions. Give complete “Chassis No." for parts order or servicing, it is shown on the rating sheet on the cabinet back side of the LCD projector.Part order must contain Chassis No., Part No., and descriptions.
  • Page 114 Mechanical and Optical Parts S1 x 7 S1 x 3 S1 x 10 Fig.83 49 X 8 S3 X 8 Fig.84 - 114 -...
  • Page 115 Mechanical and Optical Parts projection lens is optional. Fig.85 51-A 51-C x 3 51-B X3 51-A For horizontal 51-D Fig.86 - 115 -...
  • Page 116 Mechanical and Optical Parts Fig.89 Fig.90 - 116 -...
  • Page 117 Mechanical and Optical Parts Green 124-7 124-8 124-2 124-3 124-2 124-5 124-4 Blue 124-9 124-6 124-1 Prism/LCD Panel unit Fig.91 104(B) 105(G) 106(R) 96(R,G) Green 107(R,G) 77(R,G) Blue Polarized units (IN) Fig.92 (Red, Green, Blue) - 117 -...
  • Page 118 Mechanical and Optical Parts Relay lens unit Condenser lens unit Fig.93 Integrator lens unit PBS/ integrator lens unit Fig.94 - 118 -...
  • Page 119 Mechanical and Optical Parts Mirrors Fig.95 Fig.96 Lenses - 119 -...
  • Page 120 Mechanical and Optical Parts Fig.97 MIrrors Optical filters Fig.98 - 120 -...
  • Page 121: Optical Parts Location

    Mechanical and Optical Parts Optical parts location Lamp1 Lamp3 Lamp2 Lamp4 Prism / LCD panel unit PRISM ASSEMBLY Detail 124-4 124-6 124-1 124-2 Fig.98 (BLUE) (RED) 124-9 124-7 124-5 124-3 124-8 124-2 (GREEN) - 121 -...
  • Page 122 910 272 9239 SPRING COIL-M6MA 645 084 8704 LENS,CONDENSER(R-FIL) 910 285 1367 SPRING COIL-MJ6A 645 054 1278 LENS,CONDENSER(OUT) 645 030 7355 BADGE,SANYO*53.5X12L53.5 645 054 1261 LENS,CONDENSER(IN) 645 041 2875 LENS,RELAY(OUT) 910 311 5123 ASSY,HOLDER LNS B-MT8A 645 041 2868 LENS,RELAY(IN)
  • Page 123 610 284 3040 CUSHION TOP-ML6A 610 289 4103 CUSHION BTM BASE-ML6A 610 289 7234 REINFORCEMENT A-ML6A 645 067 1838 POLY BAG-1800X1300*NC PLV-HD2000N(USA) 610 327 5499 CARTON CASE TOP-MA4A PLV-HD2000E(EU),(UK) 610 328 3395 CARTON CASE TOP-PA4A ACCESSORIES 610 322 4329 COVER LENS B-MJ6A...
  • Page 124: Electrical Parts List

    ■ Electrical Parts list MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of a projector. Components indicated by a mark in this parts list and the circuit diagram show components whose value have special significance to product safety.
  • Page 125 MA4-HD2000N00 Electrical Parts List PA4-HD2000E00 PWB assemblies location Fig.99 Fans location FN920 FN919 FN918 FN909 FN917 FN910 FN904 FN903 FN901 FN913 FN916 FN905 Fig.100 - 125 -...
  • Page 126 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description !FN911 645 078 8789 MOTOR,BLW DC 7.08W ASSEMBLIED BOARDS !FN912 645 078 8789 MOTOR,BLW DC 7.08W !FN913 645 084 2573 MOTOR,FAN DC 5.64W 610 322 8198 ASSY,PWB,COMPONENT MT8AD !FN914 645 084 2511...
  • Page 127 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 305 015 8727 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB C1014 303 398 2117 ELECT 330U M 6.3V 305 015 8925 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB C1015 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 305 163 1615 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 C1021...
  • Page 128 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C3082 303 157 1917 CERAMIC 10P D R2005 301 105 4010 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W C3083 303 157 1511 CERAMIC 3P C R2006 301 105 4010 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W C3084...
  • Page 129 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description COIL 305 173 9816 TR 2SC3928A1R L1004 945 025 0638 FILTER,EMI 190PF 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S L1005 945 025 0638 FILTER,EMI 190PF Q4804 305 014 4512 TR 2SC2412K T146 R L1061 945 036 3895...
  • Page 130 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 305 163 1615 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 305 173 9816 TR 2SC3928A1R 305 173 9816 TR 2SC3928A1R 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S Q7837 305 014 4512 TR 2SC2412K T146 R...
  • Page 131 Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 310 325 4707 IC HD74LVC244AT C1451 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z IC4844 309 461 7317 IC AD8057ARTZ-REEL7 C1452 303 398 4111 ELECT 47U M IC4845 309 416 6518 IC BA05FP-E2 C1453 303 164 0237 CERAMIC...
  • Page 132 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C2224 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C264 303 348 5826 CERAMIC 0.47U K C2225 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C265 303 348 5826 CERAMIC 0.47U K C2226...
  • Page 133 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C441 303 323 8818 CERAMIC 2.2U Z C502 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C442 303 391 5818 ELECT 100U M 6.3V C5027 303 157 1917 CERAMIC 10P D C4501...
  • Page 134 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C7805 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C8271 303 398 4111 ELECT 47U M C7806 303 398 3817 ELECT 220U M C8272 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C7807...
  • Page 135 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C9254 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R1401 301 255 6513 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W C9255 303 164 0237 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R1402 301 255 6513 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W C927...
  • Page 136 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R1508 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R1866 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R1509 301 150 5918 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W R1867 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W...
  • Page 137 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R2511 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R3552 301 255 6513 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W R2512 301 150 6212 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W R3553 301 255 6513 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W...
  • Page 138 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R453 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R4784 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R4531 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R4785 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W...
  • Page 139 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R4890 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R5805 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R4891 301 256 4112 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/10W R5806 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W...
  • Page 140 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R7809 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R8281 301 150 6212 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W R7813 301 150 6212 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W R8282 301 150 6212 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W...
  • Page 141 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R9216 301 150 6113 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/10W 945 027 1510 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/16W R9218 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W RB1502 945 037 0657 R-NETWORK 0X4 0.063W R9221 301 150 6014...
  • Page 142 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 945 037 0824 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/16W 945 028 0710 R-NETWORK 10KX4 1/16W RB2238 945 034 5051 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/32W RB4804 945 036 0979 R-NETWORK 10KX4 1/32W 945 037 0824 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/16W 945 028 0710...
  • Page 143 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 945 037 0817 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/16W D4825 307 149 0810 DIODE 1SS355-TE-17 RB8208 945 036 3529 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W D4826 307 149 0810 DIODE 1SS355-TE-17 945 037 0817 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/16W D4827...
  • Page 144 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 305 163 1615 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 C9013 303 205 7816 TA-SOLID 2.2U M 305 173 9816 TR 2SC3928A1R 303 385 4919 TA-SOLID 2.2U M 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S C9014 303 398 3213...
  • Page 145 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C9110 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R9074 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W C9111 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R9075 301 150 6113 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/10W C9112...
  • Page 146 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R9502 301 162 3711 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/10W C3862 303 398 6115 ELECT 1U M R9503 301 162 3711 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/10W 303 175 7311 ELECT 1U M R9504...
  • Page 147 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description D3883 307 223 0514 ZENER DIODE 02DZ12Y(TPH3) 305 015 8727 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB D3884 307 223 0514 ZENER DIODE 02DZ12Y(TPH3) 305 015 8925 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB MISCELLANEOUS 305 163 1615 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 IC3802...
  • Page 148 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C8029 303 398 6115 ELECT 1U M R8001 301 256 7519 MT-GLAZE 390 JA 1/10W C8030 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R8002 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W C8032...
  • Page 149 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R8102 301 162 3810 MT-GLAZE 470K JA 1/10W 945 028 0697 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/16W R8103 301 255 6513 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W RB8003 945 029 5783 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/32W R8104 301 255 6513...
  • Page 150 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description D8123 307 223 0514 ZENER DIODE 02DZ12Y(TPH3) C1305 303 398 2216 ELECT 470U M 6.3V D8124 307 223 0514 ZENER DIODE 02DZ12Y(TPH3) C1306 303 149 9211 CERAMIC 0.01U Z D8125...
  • Page 151 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C3346 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C3451 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C3347 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C3452 303 149 9211 CERAMIC 0.01U Z C3348...
  • Page 152 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C4428 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C6227 303 394 1312 ELECT 100U M 6.3V C4429 303 394 1312 ELECT 100U M 6.3V C6231 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z C4431...
  • Page 153 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C6333 303 164 0217 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R3316 301 162 2219 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/10W C6334 303 149 9211 CERAMIC 0.01U Z R3317 301 162 2219 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/10W C6335...
  • Page 154 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R3499 301 035 4111 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/8W R5230 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R351 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R5231 301 150 6212 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W...
  • Page 155 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R6323 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W RB4258 945 036 0986 R-NETWORK 47X4 1/32W R6324 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W 945 037 0831 R-NETWORK 47X4 1/16W R6333 301 150 6014...
  • Page 156 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description RB5235 945 036 3529 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W RB6236 945 036 0993 R-NETWORK 4.7KX4 1/32W 945 037 0817 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/16W 945 033 1443 R-NETWORK 4.7KX4 1/16W RB5236 945 036 3529 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W...
  • Page 157 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 305 173 9816 TR 2SC3928A1R IC6474 310 401 7509 IC TC74VCX16374FT 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S IC6475 310 401 7509 IC TC74VCX16374FT Q9935 305 014 4512 TR 2SC2412K T146 R IC6491 310 479 4004...
  • Page 158 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 303 411 5712 TA-SOLID 1U M C6457 303 369 0527 CERAMIC 0.01U K C5453 303 369 0527 CERAMIC 0.01U K C6458 303 283 5711 CERAMIC 2200P K C5454 303 208 1415...
  • Page 159 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R4518 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R5408 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R4519 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R5411 301 037 5017 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W...
  • Page 160 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R6441 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9976 301 264 1912 MT-GLAZE 10K FA 1/10W R6442 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9977 301 255 6018 MT-GLAZE 1M JA 1/10W...
  • Page 161 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 945 037 0824 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/16W 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S RB6476 945 034 5051 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/32W INTEGRATED CIRCUIT 945 037 0824 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/16W IC1601 309 114 4806 IC LB1641...
  • Page 162 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R6817 301 256 5911 MT-GLAZE 2.7K JA 1/10W RESISTOR R6818 301 162 2813 MT-GLAZE 1.8K JA 1/10W R6851 301 162 3612 MT-GLAZE 470 JA 1/10W R6819 301 256 3818 MT-GLAZE...
  • Page 163 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description Q6872 305 134 5928 TR 2SA1037AK-T146-R C2655 303 157 2914 CERAMIC 47P J 305 147 2218 TR 2SA1037AK-S-T146 C2656 303 113 3818 CERAMIC 1000P K 305 002 0311 TR 2SA1037K T146 R C2657...
  • Page 164 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C612 303 237 7944 MT-COMPO 0.22U J !PC611 308 014 9706 PC CNY17F-3OPT1+6 C613 303 113 3818 CERAMIC 1000P K 308 016 8806 PC PC113 (VDE0884) C614 303 164 0217 CERAMIC...
  • Page 165 MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R9617 301 150 6113 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/10W R9663 301 162 2417 MT-GLAZE 1.2K JA 1/10W R9621 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R9668 301 162 2417 MT-GLAZE 1.2K JA 1/10W...
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  • Page 168 SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. (PLV-HD2000N/E) JUL 2006 BB 350 Printed in Japan...
  • Page 169: Diagrams And Drawings

    MA4-HD2000N00 PLV-HD2000E PA4-HD2000E00 These schematic diagrams and printed wiring board drawings are part of the serv- ice manual original for chassis No. MA4-HD2000N00 model PLV-HD2000N and chas- sis No. PA4-HD2000E00 model PLV-HD2000E. File with the service manual No. SM5110803-00. Note: All the information of part numbers and values indicated on these diagrams are at the beginning of production.
  • Page 170: Parts Description And Reading In Schematic Diagram

    ■ Parts description and reading in schematic diagram MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 1. The parts specification of resistors, capacitors and Resistor Reading coils are expressed in designated code. Please check Example 1/2 D J 10K B the parts description by the following code table. 2.
  • Page 171: Block Diagrams

    ■ Block Diagrams IC1264 DL SDI BOARD D9935 IC1264 H_DIF W_HS ERROR_A DIF SCDT/H/V DIF SCDT/H/V IC5401 IC4565 TP_RVID1 V_DIF W_VS IC9041 IC501 SDI IN 1 EQUALIZER D9936 IC6475 GAM_RO/RE <GO1525> BUFFER DE_DIF W_DE SAMPLE <GS1574> DIF DE DIF DE LOCK_A BUFFER <74VCX2374>...
  • Page 172: Schematic Diagrams

    TP2631 TP2631 ■ Schematic Diagrams J30B1640G K46F_1 LAMP FANNET K46L R2631 J10QF105G C2631 1/2GZ0 CJ470 FN917 M10B37700 DCFAN_1 C2632 R/C2 K46L_1 K46F_2 K46L_2 KK1000 1SS355 PBS FANNET DCFAN_2 D2631 K46F DCFAN_3 K46L_3 TP2632 J10AS032N J30B1640G C2633 DCFAN_4 K46L_4 R2632 CJ470 1/2GZ0 TP2632 K46G_1...
  • Page 173 V_DIF D-RB7 D-RB3 RB1_SLOT1 D-GB7 D-GB3 GB1_SLOT1 D-BB7 D-BB3 BB1_SLOT1 RS232C_TX I2CSDA M-IDC 10bit-Lo H_DIF D-RB6 D-RB2 RB0_SLOT1 D-GB6 D-GB2 GB0_SLOT1 D-BB6 D-BB2 BB0_SLOT1 RS232C_RTS 12bit-Hi ENABLE D-RA6 D-RA2 RA0_SLOT1 D-GA6 D-GA2 GA0_SLOT1 D-BA6 D-BA2 BA0_SLOT1 A-HS M-IDA AUDUIO-L PB17 PB15 PB16 PB18...
  • Page 174 ASSY,PWB DVI ASSY,PWB COMPONENT K10H C1012 C1014 J11B4210M R8095 1/10GJ47C DE_DIF 6.3EM 6.3EM 3301V IC3081 3301V R8096 1/10GJ47C V_DIF K10H_G1 C1013 AD8057ARTZ C1015 R8097 1/10GJ47C H_DIF RB8008 25KZ 25KZ0.1GQF 0.1GQF 3.3V IC8020 K10H_G2 R3083 L8001 C8023 C8022 C8021 1/16GJ RB8007 TC74VCX374FT R3081 L2PF...
  • Page 175 R6471 3.3V 3.3V FF_CLK1 1/16GZ0A C6471 16EM101V TE6471 J30B1640G IC4565 R_CRB3 GO1525 R_CRB2 3.3V K9999 TE9901 3.3V J30B1640G 1.8V_A J11B4210M R_CRB1 R5501 C5435 25KZ0.1MNF EQA_VDD EQA_VDD IC5435 R_CRB0 RB6471 1/8GZ000 10UM47CD R1JA2204G C5415 IC5415 C5417 PF_EQA_VDD C6474 K9999_1 C5416 C5418 C6473 BA033FP 25KZ...
  • Page 176 3.3V C242 J30B1640G R241 TPW_HS 25KZ0.1 1/10GZ0C GQFZ J30B1640G C241 TPWCLK IC8209 6.3EM473T C243 IC8201_124 ICS1523MLFT 6.3EM R252 1/10GJ 473T 2.2KC C244 R242 VDDD IREF IC8201_126 IC201 1/10GZ0C 25KZ0.1 C201 R243 GQFZ VSSD CLK/2+(PECL) AD8057ARTZ IC8221 1/10GJ100C 25KZ0.1GQFZ SDA_ICS C8245 IC8201_127 CLK/2-(PECL) -5VA...
  • Page 177 K2201 J11B7820G K2201_1 K2201_4 BO0_DVI RB2201 K2201_5 BO1_DVI R1JA1014G K2201_6 BO2_DVI K2201_7 BO3_DVI K2201_8 BO4_DVI RB2202 K2201_9 BO5_DVI K2201_10 R1JA1014G BO6_DVI K2201_11 BO7_DVI K2201_12 BO8_DVI K2201_13 RB2203 BO9_DVI K2201_14 R1JA1014G BO10_DVI BB10 K2201_15 BO11_DVI BB11 K2201_16 GO0_DVI K2201_17 RB2204 GO1_DVI K2201_18 R1JA1014G GO2_DVI...
  • Page 178 K5203 1.5VFPGA1 1.5VFPGA1 IC5202 3.3VFPGA1 TC7S32FU FROM; 3.3VFPGA1 IC4201 AD_RA1_FPGA1 R3453 AD_RA0_FPGA1 RB5201 K5201A1 K5201A2 AD_RA3_FPGA1 R1JA3314G CONVERTER J10SCC00G K5201-1 AD_RA2_FPGA1 SW_HSOUT C5201 K5201-2 25KZ0.1GQF K5201-3 FPGA1_CLP_TIM K5201-4 FPGA1_CLP_R AD_RA5_FPGA1 K5201-5 FPGA1_CLP_G R3446 K5201-6 FPGA1_CLP_B K5201-7 AD_RA4_FPGA1 FPGA1_CNT_HS K5201-8 RB5202 PSF_IN_FPGA1 K5201-9 AD_RA7_FPGA1...
  • Page 179 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP 3.3VIP C3375 C3373 C3379 C3398 C3371 C3377 C3368 25KZ0.1GQF C3501 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF C3366 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF C3376 C3381 C3399 C3374 C3372 C3378 C3502 C3369 C3367 KZ0.01GQF KZ0.01GQF KZ0.01GQF KZ0.01GQF KZ0.01GQF KZ0.01GQF KZ0.01GQF...
  • Page 180 IC5201 FPGA1 S3.3VU RB312 S2.5V R382 R373 R372 R381 R379 R371 TO:MAIN-CPU R369 R378 (IC801) S3.3VU R1302 1/10GJ10KC S3.3VU ICE_RESET R1303 C1301 1/10GZ0C 25KZ0.1GQF S3.3VU R393 TPRSTPW 1/10GJ 1.8KC IC1302 TC7S32FU R394 1/10GJ1.8KC R1304 IC1303 1/10GJ100C S3.3VU C323 24LC16BT-I/SNG R1305 KZ0.01GQF 1/10GJ1.8KC S2.5V...
  • Page 181 TO:MEMORY 1.5VFPGA2 1.5VFPGA2 MAIN "K8LA" K6201 K6B2 K6B1 J10SCA00G K6B-1 K6B-3 CPU_DAT0 K6B-4 R6267 CPU_DAT1 K6B-5 CPU_DAT2 K6B-6 1/8GZ000 CPU_DAT3 K6B-7 CPU_DAT4 K6B-8 3.3VFPGA2 CPU_DAT5 K6B-9 CPU_DAT6 K6B-10 CPU_DAT7 TE6201 K6B-13 J30B1640G CPU_DAT8 K6B-14 3.3VFPGA2 3.3VFPGA2 3.3VFPGA2 CPU_DAT9 3.3VFPGA2 3.3VFPGA2 K6B-15 CPU_DAT10 R6347...
  • Page 182 DM_ADA[0-12] IC6201 DM_CDA[0-3] FPGA2 DM_DTA[0-71] SDRAMA_FPGA2 SDRAMA_FPGA2 SDRAMA_FPGA2 3.3VFPGA2_M 3.3VFPGA2_M 3.3VFPGA2_M IC4401 IC4402 IC4403 EM638325TS EM638325TS EM638325TS C4429 C4415 6.3EM1003T C4401 C4416 6.3EM1003T C4402 6.3EM1003T C4431 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF 25KZ0.1GQF 86 86 86 86 86 86 DQ15 85 85 DQ15 85 85 DQ15 85 85 C4403...
  • Page 183 IC6201 15.5V FROM:IC1401 FPGA2 FROM:IC1401 TP_VMA1R TP_VRA1R K4551R_45 DYRO K4551R_44 Temperature Sensor CLYRO 15.5V K4551R_43 CLYRO- 3.3V 15.5V K4551R_42 C512 R4551 25KZ0.1GQFZ 25KZ0.1 C537 C536 1/10GJ47KC LCCOMR K4551R_41 GQFZ 25KZ0.1 C513 GQFZ 25KZ0.1 (FROM;IC551) K4551R_40 GQFZ C551 25KZ0.1 MON_INR GQFZ K4551R_39 (TO;IC3501) NRGRO...
  • Page 184 RS232C LAMP FANNET LAMP LAMP NET NET 1 LAMP PFC3-4 THER- "K38H" BALLAST3 "K56A" POWER RS232C "K96A" BALLAST3 "CN6B" MISTOR "K26A" "CJ2C" "K96V" "K66D" "K38F" J11B4050G TO:ICE "CJ2C" TO:USB &RS232C RB4813 R1JA1014G TX_SLOT J10DS321G J10EG125G J10EP031G J10QF035G J10QF036G SLOT_SEL2 J10HCC03G J10EZ051G J10EZ051G J10EP041G...
  • Page 185: Printed Wiring Board Diagrams

    ■ Printed Wiring Board Diagrams CAUTION PWB assemblies location This projector is isolated from AC line by using the internal converter transformer. Please pay attention to the following notes in servicing 1. Do not touch the part on hot side (primary circuit) or both parts on hot and cold sides (secondary circuit) at the same time.
  • Page 186 MAIN (side-A) MOTHER K90M K90L K90K R2554 TE8202 TP8204 TP201 TP8205 TP202 TP8206 TP203 IC2551 C8249 C8254 R2553 C8245 C8244 C2552 IC525 C8243 C8241 R2552 TP4504 C8271 TE8206 R2551 R2578 TP_CCOMB R2571 R8271 K201R K202G K203B L4502 C517 R2569 L1201 L1202 L1203 C4513...
  • Page 187 MAIN (side-B) Q4864 L8205 C4512 C532 C2557 C518 C533 R218 R1254 R8259 Q8261 R212 R1248 R8253 R205 R1243 R8246 R8283 R8281 R526 R1206 R1204 R1022 L502 C534 C212 C1243 C8256 C209 C1242 C8252 C204 C1241 C8247 C525 R219 R1255 R8258 R213 R1249 R8252...
  • Page 188 DVI (side-A) DVI (side-B) C8171 R8140 C8188 R8135 IC8199 R8136 R8141 R8138 R8139 R8149 R8148 TE8101 R8147 R8146 R8043 R8145 R8041 R8162 C8144 C8052 R8189 R8092 C8152 IC8195 X8152 R8193 C8142 C8143 R8185 R8164 R8154 R8196 IC8141 R8167 R8168 K80H R8195 R8186 R8163...
  • Page 189 DL_SDI (side-A) DL_SDI (side-B) EARTH (side-A) EARTH (side-B) PCB_MA4A...
  • Page 190 MOTHER (side-A) MOTHER (side-B) C9122 C9003 C9004 BLACK C9068 C9009 C9005 IC9002 IC9117 MAIN C9006 K90C C9011 C9007 C9012 K2201 C9013 MAIN C9008 R9172 R9171 C9033 C9091 C9105 IC9101 IC9103 IC9109 R9532 IC9091 R9533 IC9006 IC9021 R9531 C9024 R9529 K90D C9025 IC9104 IC9102...
  • Page 191 RS232C (side-A) RS232C (side-B) EXH FANNET (side-A) EXH FANNET (side-B) (FANNET_2) SUB POWER K66F MAIN K38A K56B K56B K26K R2679 K56A D3856 R2670 D3852 K38A LAMP COVER SW TP2671 D3855 D3851 K26L L3857 K26K L3851 R3888 SW902 IC3801 K26Z L3852 R2683 R2684 C3866...
  • Page 192 CONTROL (side-A) CONTROL (side-B) FRONT LED (side-A) FRONT LED (side-B) PWB,FRONT LED MA4A 1AA4B10C5610C 1AA4B10C5610C R6868 FRONT LED R6867 MA4A D6854 A30C5 R6866 D6854 R6865 C6802 R6858 R6857 D6803 R6856 C6803 A30C5 R6855 D6853 GREEN D6804 D6858 D6857 R6863 D6853 FANNET_3 D6802 R6854...
  • Page 193 POWER (side-B) POWER (side-A) AC NET PFC1_2 CN1A L611 C604 C604 NOISE FILTER C607 LF901 C607 C654 C654 L611 C626 C651 C653 R601 R601 C626 C651 R621 C653 C652 C650 R606 C625 T621 C650 R608 C655 C625 R614 SUB POWER R615 K66A R609...
  • Page 194 BGA (side-A) BGA (side-B) MAIN K401 MAIN MAIN MAIN K2203 PCB_MA4A...
  • Page 195 (1-2) FN913 (1-2) LAMP NET SUB POWER (side-A) PFC_1-2, PFC_3-4 (side-A) (3-4) FN914 K96J (3-4) MAIN FANNET_1 TP7611 TP7614 K26E (1-2) BALLAST1 CJ1A K66E TP7613 (3-4) BALLAST3 CJ1C FANNET_3 K26W FANNET_2 K26K DC25V SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY A902_DC_OUT POWER (1-2) BALLAST2 CJ1B (3-4) BALLAST4...
  • Page 196 PCB_MA4A...
  • Page 197 ■ Pin description of diode, transistor and IC MA4-HD2000N00 PA4-HD2000E00 ● Diode ● Diode K: Cathode A: Anode ● Transistor/FET ● Transistor/FET C: Collector D: Drain B: Base G: Gate Index E: Emitter S: Source C1 C2 C1 C2 ● IC ●...
  • Page 198 Diagrams & Drawings (MA4-HD2000N00, PA4-HD2000E00)

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