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SERVICE MANUAL

PRODUCT CODE
1 122 280 00
(MM5A)
1 122 281 00
(PM5A)
1 122 281 02
(PM5C)
Multimedia Projector
FILE NO.
Model No. PLC-XU47
Original Version
Chassis No. MM5-XU4700
NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the unit's
back cover with the Chassis No. in the
Service Manual.
If the Original Version Service
Manual Chassis No. does not match
the
unit's,
additional
Literature is required.You must refer to
"Notices" to the Original Service
Manual prior to servicing the unit.
REFERENCE NO.
U.S.A., Canada,
Europe, Asia, Africa
U.K.
Service
SM
5110688-00

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Multimedia Projector Model No. PLC-XU47 U.S.A., Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa U.K. Original Version Chassis No. MM5-XU4700 NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the unit’s back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual. If the Original Version Service Manual Chassis No.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ■ Contents ■ Contents________________________________________________________2 ■ Safety Instructions ________________________________________________3 ■ Specifications ____________________________________________________4 ■ Circuit Protections ________________________________________________5 Fuse ______________________________________________________5 Thermal switch ______________________________________________5 Lamp cover switch ____________________________________________5 Warning temperature and power failure protection __________________6 ■ Lamp Replacement ______________________________________________7 ■ Mechanical Disassemblies__________________________________________8 ■ Optical Parts Disassemblies ______________________________________12 ■...
  • 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: Specifications

    ■ Specifications Mechanical Information Projector Type Multi-media Projector Dimensions (W x H x D) 11.73" x 2.8" x 8.43 (298mm x 71mm x 214mm) (Not including adjustable feet) Net Weight 6.0 lbs (2.7kgs) Feet Adjustment 0˚ to 11.8˚ Panel Resolution LCD Panel System 0.8"...
  • Page 5: Circuit Protections

    ■ Circuit Protections This projector provides the following circuit protections to operate in safety. If the abnormality occurs inside the pro- jector, it will automatically turn off by operating one of the following protection circuits. ● Fuse Fuse A fuse is located inside of the projector. When the POWER indica- tor is not lightning, the fuse may be opened.
  • Page 6: Warning Temperature And Power Failure Protection

    Circuit Protections ● Warning temperature and power failure protection The projector will be automatically turned off when the internal temperature of the projector is abnormally high, or the cooling fans stop spinning, or the power supplies in the projector are failed. - If the WARNING indicator is flashing, it may detect the abnormal temperature inside the projector.
  • Page 7: Lamp Replacement

    ■ Lamp Replacement WARNING: ORDER REPLACEMENT LAMP - For continued safety, replace with a lamp assembly of the same Type No. Service Parts No. type. POA-LMP55 610 309 2706 - Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before you open the lamp cover.
  • Page 8: Mechanical Disassemblies

    ■ Mechanical Disassemblies Mechanical disassemble should be made following procedures in numerical order. Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may be ignored. Caution: The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as the original otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety.
  • Page 9 Mechanical Disassemblies Cabinet Front, R/C Board, FN902 removal Remove 2 screws (M3x8), 2 screws (M2.5x6) and disconnect terminal “K8D” on the Main Board. Pull the Cabinet Front forward off and remove 1 screw (T3x6) to take the R/C Board off. Disconnect terminal “K8P”...
  • Page 10 Mechanical Disassemblies Speaker and AV Board removal Pull the speaker “SP901” upward off from the speaker groove. Remove 1 screw (M4x6) to release grounding wires. Pull the Rear Panel ass’y upward off. Remove 5 screws (T3x6) and remove the AV Board. AV board Speaker Fig.4...
  • Page 11 Mechanical Disassemblies Power , Lamp Ballast, Lamp Cover SW Board removal Isolation plate Remove the isolation plate on the power box. Remove 4 screws (T3x6) and disconnect terminals Power Board “K6A”, “K6B” and “K6D” then remove Power Board upward. Remove 4 screws (T3x6) and remove the Lamp Ballast Board upward.
  • Page 12: Optical Parts Disassemblies

    ■ Optical Parts Disassemblies Before taking this procedure, remove Cabinet Top , Cabinet Front and Main Board following to the “Mechanical Disassemblies”. Disassembly requires a 2.0mm hex wrench. Projection Lens removal Remove 4 screws (M2.5x8) and remove the Projection Lens. Fig.1 Integrator Lens-In disassembly Remove 2 screws...
  • Page 13 Optical Pats Disassemblies Relay Lens-Out disassembly Remove 2 screws (M2.5x5) and pull the Relay Lens-Out ass’y upward. Remove 2 screws (M2x3) to take the Lens off from the holder. Note: There is no mounting direction of the lens. Holder Relay Lens-Out Fig.3- Fig.3- Polarized Glass-In removal...
  • Page 14 Optical Parts Disassemblies LCD Panel/Prism Ass’y removal LCD Panel/ Insert the hexial driver into a hole on the cabinet bottom Prism Ass’y and loosen 1 screw on the Prism base. Loosen 2 screws on the LCD Panel/Prism ass’y. Pull the LCD Panel/Prism ass’y upward off from the opti- cal unit.
  • Page 15 Optical Parts Disassemblies Polarized Glasses-Out removal Remove 1 screw and remove the holder and then take the polarized glasses (R) and (B). Remove 1 screws and remove the stopper and then take the polar- ized glass (G) and pre-polarized glass (G). Remove 1 screws and remove the stopper Pre-Polarized Glass(B)
  • Page 16 Optical Parts Disassemblies Optical Unit Top removal Remove 4 screws (T3x8) and 3 screws (T3x8) to take the Optical Unit Top-A and B upward. Optical Unit Top-B Optical Unit Top-A Fig.7 -16-...
  • Page 17: Locations And Directions

    Optical Parts Disassemblies Locations and Directions When the optical parts in the optical unit mounting or assembling, the Key No. Description parts must be mounted in the specified location and direction as Integrator lens (OUT) shown in figure below. Prism beam splitter (PBS) Condenser lens (OUT) Dichroic mirror (B) Dichroic mirror (G)
  • Page 18: Adjustments

    ■ Adjustments ● Turning On the Projector If the PIN code is set on the projector, you cannot start operating the projector. The PIN code can be reset to the fac- tory default setting (1234) according to the following procedure. When you reset the PIN code, the Logo PIN code and key lock will be reset, as well.
  • Page 19: Optical Adjustments

    ■ Optical Adjustments Before taking optical adjustments below, remove the Cabinet Top following to the “Mechanical Disassemblies”. When you adjust Integrator lens or Relay lens adjustment, you need to disconnect FPC cables of LCD panels on the main board. Optical adjustment requires a 2.0mm hex wrench and a slot screwdriver. Note: Do not disconnect connectors on the main board, because the projector cannot turn on due to operate the power failure protection.
  • Page 20 Optical Adjustments Integrator lens adjustment Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables. Project all of lights on the screen. Adjust the adjustment base of integrator lens assy to make color uniformity in white. 1) If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as White shown in Fig.2-1, loosen 2 screws , and adjust the slot...
  • Page 21 Optical Adjustments Relay lens-Out adjustment Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables. Project all of lights on the screen. Adjust the adjustment base of relay lens assy to make color unifor- mity in white. If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in White Fig.3, loosen 1 screw , and adjust the slot...
  • Page 22: Electrical Adjustments

    ■ Electrical Adjustments ● Service Adjustment Menu Operation To enter the service mode To enter the “Service Mode”, press and hold the MENU and INPUT buttons on the projector at the same time for more than 3 seconds. The service menu appears on the screen as follows. To adjust service data Select the adjustment item no.
  • Page 23: 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 follow- ing adjustments except requiring the readjustments in servicing otherwise it may cause loss of per- formance and product safety.
  • Page 24 Electrical Adjustments Pedestal adjustment [PC] Gain adjustment [PC] 1. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with 1. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with Computer1 [RGB] mode. Computer1 [RGB] mode. 2. Enter the service mode. 2. Enter the service mode. TPVIDEOG TPVIDEOG 3.
  • Page 25 Electrical Adjustments Gain adjustment [Component-1080i] Black Reference adjustment 1. Receive the 16-step grey scale 1080i component 1. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with video signal with Computer1 [Component] mode. Computer1 [RGB] mode. 2. Enter the service mode. 2. Enter the service mode. TPVIDEOG TPVIDEOG 3.
  • Page 26 Electrical Adjustments ⁄0 ⁄1 Gamma adjustment White Balance adjustment [PC-GAMMA ADJUSTMENT] [PC WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT] 1. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with 1. Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal with Computer1 [RGB] mode. Computer1 [RGB] mode. 2. Enter the service mode. 2.
  • Page 27: Test Points And Locations

    Electrical Adjustments ● Test Points and Locations MAIN BOARD IC5641 IC4801 K25B IC5302 K25R IC5001 -27-...
  • Page 28: Service Adjustment Data Table

    Electrical Adjustments ● Service Adjustment Data Table These initial values are the reference data written from the CPU ROM to memory IC when replaced new memory IC. The adjust- ment items indicated with “✻” are required to readjust following to the “Electrical adjustments”. Other items should be used with the initial data value.
  • Page 29 Initial ItemNo. Name Device YCbCr Video Detail 480i(+) 480p(+) NTSC Note: 480i(+) = 480i & 575i, 480p(+) = 480p & HDTV ✻ Fan Control Adjustment Fan3 Min. Adjust M62393FP Fan1 Max. Adjust M62393FP ✻ Fan Control Adjustment Fan2 Max. Adjust M62393FP ✻...
  • Page 30 Initial ItemNo. Name Device YCbCr Video Detail 480i(+) 480p(+) NTSC Note: 480i(+) = 480i & 575i, 480p(+) = 480p & HDTV V-FREQ TA1370 Read Only HD-IN TA1370 Read Only H-FREQ TA1370 Read Only NJW141 BASS NJW141 TREBLE NJW141 NJW141 REDGAIN AD9883 GRNGAIN AD9883...
  • Page 31 Initial ItemNo. Name Device YCbCr Video Detail 480i(+) 480p(+) NTSC Note: 480i(+) = 480i & 575i, 480p(+) = 480p & HDTV Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 1035i PIXEL Position (Horizontal) 1035i PIXEL Position (Vertical) 1035i PIXEL Expand Ratio (Vertical) 1080i PIXEL For Component mode and RGB HDTV 1080i Expand Ratio (Horizontal) 1080i PIXEL Position (Horizontal) 1080i...
  • Page 32: Chassis Block Diagrams

    ■ Chassis Block Diagrams Chassis over view SPEAKER B-LCD PANEL G-LCD PANEL R-LCD PANEL IC3531 IIC BUS CONTROL BRIDGE DIODE THERMAL D-SUB_15 D-SUB_15 AUDIO -32-...
  • Page 33: Inputs & Video Signal Processing Stage

    Chassis Block Diagrams Inputs & video signal processing stage K25B K25G K25R SYSTEM_BUS 15,19,23 37,41,45 49 31,33 K10Y K10T G_SYNC PC1/PC2_SW S_SW COMPUTER IN / COMPUTER IN / S_VIDEO VIDEO COMPONENT IN MONITOR OUT -33-...
  • Page 34: System Controls

    Chassis Block Diagrams System controls 47-50 51,52 45,43 IC1801 OUTPUT IC501, IC4811 EXPANDER IC7961 IC531, IC1802 LAMP IC561 OUTPUT CONTROL EXPANDER S&H IC8831 TEMP. SENSOR IC8821 IC1804 TEMP. IC3531 OUTPUT SENSOR EXPANDER IC8811 IC5302 TEMP. YUV_SYNC SENSOR IC5001 AUDIO IC4801 INVERTER IC1803 IC1811...
  • Page 35: Power Supply & Protection Circuit

    Chassis Block Diagrams Power supply & protection circuit K25B K25G K25R 9,10 Fan Error : L Lamp-On: H D3614 FAN_B D3616 FAN_C IC4801 INVERTER Lamp-On: L SCEL 11 12 11 12 375V FUSE THERMAL SW -35-...
  • Page 36: Fan Control Circuit

    Chassis Block Diagrams Fan control circuit TPFANC Q7912 FN906 15.5V FAN_C D3623 FN905 Q7911 D3616 IC7911 D3622 FN904 Q7914 D3621 FN902 TPFANB P_Fail: H Q7862 D3624 FN903 FAN_B D3627 D3614 Q7861 IC7861 FN901 Q7864 Q7801 FAN_ERR D3626 P_Fail: L Q3601 POWER_FAIL P_FAIL Power Error: On...
  • Page 37: Troubleshooting

    ■ Troubleshooting Indicators and Projector Condition Check the indicators for projector condition. Indicators Projector Condition LAMP WARNING POWER REPLACE red/green yellow The projector is OFF. (The AC power cord is unplugged.) The projector is preparing for stand-by or the projection lamp is being ✽...
  • Page 38: No Power

    Troubleshooting No Power This projector provides a function which can be specified a defective area simply by indicating the LEDs on the con- trol panel. Connect the AC cord and press the Power button once and then check the LED indication. - When all the LED indicators are not lighting, the symptom indicates that the primary power supply circuit does not operate properly.
  • Page 39: Power Control Timing Chart

    Troubleshooting Power Control Timing Chart Power On Timing Chart Power On Timing Chart AC On Power Key On LAMPDC_ON 600ms DC_ON 600ms ON_15V 600ms ON_3.3V 100ms ON_5VA FAN_SW1 FAN_SW2 LAMP_POW (Lamp On) 1.5 sec. Power Fail Detection Disabled Detection Enabled 7.0 sec.
  • Page 40: No Picture

    Troubleshooting No Picture Check following steps. No picture with all of Check signal processing stage and LCD driving stage; input sources Check RGB S&H signals at test points TPVIDEOR, TPVIDEOG, TPVIEOB. Check power supply circuit 15.5V and peripheral circuit. Check ICs IC501, IC531, IC561, IC3501, IC3531, IC401, IC301 and peripheral circuits.
  • Page 41 Troubleshooting From previous page No picture with S-VIDEO Check AV source selecting stage; input source Check S-video signal (Y/C) on the AV board. S-C signal is applied to pin 71 of IC101<Video Decoder>, and S-Y sig- nal is applied on pin 73 of IC101. S_SW signal (S-VIDEO:L) is input to pin 9 of IC1811<I/O>.
  • Page 42: No Sound

    Troubleshooting No Sound Check following steps. audio signal observed at pins 10 and Check PC/AV-AUDIO switching circuit. 21 of IC5001? Check IC5001, audio-sw IC, and peripheral circuit. Check sig- nals "P_SCLK2" and "P_SDA2" at pins 13,14 of IC5001. Check Audio amplifier circuit. audio signal Check IC5031, audio-amp IC, and peripheral circuit.
  • Page 43: Control Port Functions

    ■ Control Port Functions ● System Control & I/O Port Table (IC301) Pin No. Name Function Name Function Polarity Port A7 LAMP_PWM PWM Output to Sub-CPU Port A6 MUPO_ON Port A5 M_SCL1 Port A4 M_SDA1 Port A3 M_SCL2 Port A2 M_SDA2 Port A1 SCLK...
  • Page 44 Control Port Functions Pin No. Name Function Name Function Polarity ROMOE ROMOE ROM Output Enable for Flash ROM ROMWE ROMWE ROM Write Enable for Flash ROM RAMOE RAMOE RAM Output Enable Not used RAMWE RAMWE RAM Write Enable Not used Port C1 Chip Select 3 Not used...
  • Page 45 Control Port Functions ● Output Expander (IC1801, TC74LCX574FT) Port Functions Pin No. Name Function IO_ENB ADD1_CS Output Port Chip Select Enable = L SC_SW SCART input switch SCART = H READY_LED Ready LED Ready = H LAMP_LED Lamp Replace LED Replace = H TEMP_LED Warning Temperature LED...
  • Page 46 Control Port Functions ● Output Expander (IC1804, TC74LCX574FT) Port Functions Pin No. Name Function IO_ENB ADD1_CS Output Port Chip Select Enable = L MUTE Mute Output Mute-on=H CG-FILT Filter-on at RGB signal FILT_480P/575P Filter-on at 480p/575p signal CABLE_SW PC/AV_SW PC/AV Mode switch PC=H S/CV_SW S-Video/Video switch...
  • Page 47: Waveform

    ■ Waveform VIDEO-IN <TP103, IC101-75> Analog H-SYNC <TPGHS> Analog V-SYNC <TPGVS> Digital H-SYNC <TPDHS> Digital V-SYNC <TPDVS> NRS <TPVCOMB/G/R> R-S&H OUT <TPVIDEOR> G-S&H OUT <TPVIDEOG> B-S&H OUT <TPVIDEOB> -47-...
  • Page 48: Cleaning

    ■ 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 49: Ic Block Diagrams

    ■ IC Block Diagrams ● AD8075 <Selector, IC4001> ● AD9883AKST <Analog Flat Panel Interface, IC8201> CLAMP OUTA CLAMP OUTA CLAMP OUTA MIDSCV HSYNC DTACK SYNC COAST PROCESSING HSOUT AND CLOCK CLAMP VSOUT GENERATION SOGOUT FILT BYPASS SERIAL REGISTER AD9883A POWER MANAGEMENT -49-...
  • Page 50 IC Block Diagrams ● AN5870SB <RGB SW, G_Sync Separator, IC5201> ● BA7078AF <Sync Detector, IC5301> -50-...
  • Page 51 IC Block Diagrams ● BA9743AFV <DC-DC Converter, > IC371 ● FA5502 <P.F. Control, IC621> -51-...
  • Page 52 IC Block Diagrams ● LM4889M <Audio Amplifier , IC5031> ● PW168A <Scaler, Main CPU, IC301> -52-...
  • Page 53 IC Block Diagrams ● NJW1141 <Audio Selector, IC5001> ● STR-Z2156 <Power Switching Control, IC631> -53-...
  • Page 54: Ic Block Diagrams

    IC Block Diagrams ● TA1370FG <Sync Separator, Frequency Counter, IC5302> ● VPC3230D <Video Decoder, IC101> Adaptive Colour Mixer Y 2D Scaler Output Analog YOUT VIN1 Front-end Comb Decoder Formatter Cr,Cb Filter VIN2 NTSC ITU-R 656 VIN3 ITU-R 601 YCOE NTSC SECAM Contrast VIN4...
  • Page 55: Service Parts List

    ■ Electrical Parts List MM5-XU4700 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 spe- cial significance to product safety.
  • Page 56 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Note: Parts order must contain Chassis No., Part No., and Descriptions. ● OUT OF CIRCUIT BOARD R/C Board F601 Main Board Fuse Power Board AV Board A901 Ballast Board Lamp Cover SW Board FN904 Cooling Fan(R) FN905 Cooling Fan(G) FN902...
  • Page 57: Power Board

    MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 405 173 9813 TR 2SC3928A1R ASSEMBLIED BOARDS 405 173 9912 TR 2SC3928A1S Q661 405 047 9017 TR 2SB1204-S-TL 610 314 8526 ASSY,PWB,POWER. MY7A 405 047 9116 TR 2SB1204-T-TL 610 314 8533 ASSY,PWB,LAMP COVER SW.
  • Page 58: Main Board

    MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R612 402 088 0109 RESISTER 0.15 KA DIODE R615 401 242 3911 MT-GLAZE 240K JA 1/2W D611 407 191 3900 DIODE FML-G16S R616 401 242 3911 MT-GLAZE 240K JA 1/2W...
  • Page 59 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 405 015 8724 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB 405 163 1711 TR 2SC2812N-L7-TB0 405 015 8922 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB 405 173 9813 TR 2SC3928A1R 405 163 1612 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 405 173 9912 TR 2SC3928A1S 405 163 1711 TR 2SC2812N-L7-TB0...
  • Page 60 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description Q5081 405 014 4519 TR 2SC2412K T146 R 405 163 2718 TR 2SA1179N-M7-TB 405 014 4618 TR 2SC2412K T146 S 405 173 9615 TR 2SA1235A1E 405 015 8724 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB 405 173 9714 TR 2SA1235A1F...
  • Page 61 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description IC301 410 534 1501 IC PW168A-10V C134 403 281 5215 CERAMIC 0.22U Z IC341 409 480 1327 IC PST573IM C136 403 155 2111 CERAMIC 1500P K IC3501 409 246 9717 IC LA6358NM-TE-L...
  • Page 62 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C3502 403 298 9619 CERAMIC 0.1U K C4811 403 157 1914 CERAMIC 10P D C3503 403 298 9619 CERAMIC 0.1U K C4812 403 157 1914 CERAMIC 10P D C3506 403 298 9619...
  • Page 63 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C528 401 105 0514 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5646 403 398 3814 ELECT 220U M C529 401 105 0514 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C566 403 298 9619 CERAMIC 0.1U K C5301...
  • Page 64 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description C8271 403 164 0234 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R1407 401 105 0316 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W C8272 403 164 0234 CERAMIC 0.1U Z R1408 401 105 0316 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W C8273...
  • Page 65 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R1537 401 105 0316 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R2853 401 105 0316 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R1538 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R2854 401 105 0316 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R1539...
  • Page 66 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R367 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R4841 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R368 401 105 0514 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R4842 401 105 2815 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W R371...
  • Page 67 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R5307 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R6852 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5308 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R6853 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R531...
  • Page 68 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R7932 401 105 0613 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R9412 401 105 0316 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R7933 401 105 5311 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R9413 401 105 7919 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R7961...
  • Page 69 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description RB406 645 021 0358 R-NETWORK 100X4 0.063W D2861 407 223 1112 ZENER DIODE 02DZ6.2Y(TPH3 645 031 3325 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/16W D2862 407 223 1112 ZENER DIODE 02DZ6.2Y(TPH3 RB407 645 021 0358 R-NETWORK 100X4 0.063W...
  • Page 70 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description CAPACITOR 405 015 8922 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB 405 163 1612 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 C2901 403 283 6339 CERAMIC 1U Z 405 163 1711 TR 2SC2812N-L7-TB0 C2902 403 157 6612 CERAMIC 470P K 405 173 9813...
  • Page 71 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description Q4017 405 014 4519 TR 2SC2412K T146 R 405 163 2718 TR 2SA1179N-M7-TB 405 014 4618 TR 2SC2412K T146 S 405 173 9615 TR 2SA1235A1E 405 015 8724 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB 405 173 9714 TR 2SA1235A1F...
  • Page 72 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description 405 015 8724 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB C5203 403 323 8815 CERAMIC 2.2U Z 405 015 8922 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB C5204 403 323 8815 CERAMIC 2.2U Z 405 163 1612 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 C5206 403 283 6319...
  • Page 73 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description R2041 403 323 8815 CERAMIC 2.2U Z R5216 401 105 0415 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R2042 401 105 5410 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5217 401 105 2716 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R2043...
  • Page 74 MM5-XU4700 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Part No. Description L2051 645 068 8324 FILTER,EMI 20MHZ L3002 645 068 8324 FILTER,EMI 20MHZ L3011 645 068 8324 FILTER,EMI 20MHZ REMOTE CONROL L3051 645 068 8324 FILTER,EMI 20MHZ 645 061 7904 ASSY,REMOCON CXPK L3061...
  • Page 75: Mechanical Parts List

    ■ Mechanical Parts List MM5-XU4700 Note: Parts order must contain Chassis No., Part No., and Descriptions. ● Cabinet Parts -75-...
  • Page 76 MM5-XU4700 Mechanical Parts List ● Optical Parts (Integrator-in) (Relay-out) -76-...
  • Page 77 MM5-XU4700 Mechanical Parts List (Polarized-in-R) (Polarized-in-G) (Polarized-in-B) (Projection) -77-...
  • Page 78 MM5-XU4700 Mechanical Parts List L2-d L2-b L2-e L2-c L2-a (Prism/LCD panel Ass'y) -78-...
  • Page 79 MM5-XU4700 Mechanical Parts List -79-...
  • Page 80 610 294 0732 HOLDER SPEAKER-MW6A 645 041 5036 LENS,CONDENSER 610 315 2585 PANEL AV-MY7A 645 067 8912 LENS,CONDENSER 645 047 8031 BADGE,SANYO*26.2X5.7L26.0 645 061 5634 ASSY,PRISM(PBS) 645 062 5206 ASSY,PRISM(PBS) 645 061 3944 LENS,PROJECTION 645 061 5450 LENS,INTEGRATOR(IN) CHASSIS PARTS...
  • Page 81 MM5-XU4700 Mechanical Parts List Optical base identification Before ordering the optical base, please confirm that which type of the optical base is used and then order parts with correct service parts No. Each part does not have a cross compatibility between type A and type B. Optical Base Top View Factory Parts No.
  • Page 82 SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. (MM5A) Oct. 2004 BB 400 Printed in Japan...
  • Page 83 PLC-XU47 MM5-XU4700 These schematic diagrams and printed wiring board drawings are part of the service manual original for chassis No. MM5-XU4700, model PLC-XU47. File with the service manual No. SM5110688-00. Note: All the information of part numbers and values indicated on these diagrams are at the beginning of production.
  • Page 84: Parts Description And Reading In Schematic Diagram

    ■ Parts description and reading in schematic diagram MM5-Xu4700 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 85 ■ Pin description of diode, transistor and IC MM5-Xu4700 ● 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 86 Diagrams & Drawings (MM5-XU47)
  • Page 87: Schematic Diagrams

    ■ Schematic Diagrams TERMOSTAT_SW (SET TO OPEN AT 90+/-5°C) SW902 AC CORD POWER FACTOR CORRECTION S10B5540N POWER C611 LF901 1000KK C613 1000NH 400GK AC100-120V U20B30102 C602 2.2DV C601 (LIVE) F601 L601 AC200-240V (LIVE) VA601 275GM 275GM 6.3A250V K6A_1B 0.22 F35B 0.22 DB611 TCSL...
  • Page 88 R5238 R5239 C5221 C5223 1/10GJ10 1/3GZ0 16EM 6.3EM C5222 IC5201 473T 2203T 10KZ1 C5219 UGQF AN5870SB 16KZ1FA R8254 C5226 1/16GJ RIN1 16KZ1FA C5201 GBLKSPL (FROM IC301 156P) R5201 1/16GJ 16KZ 2.2FA 100C L1002 R/Cr R5233 L1001 SC1001 R1001 C8256 F34DG407G 1/16GJ R8259 1/8GZ000...
  • Page 89 S3.3V_PW IC9401 IC1841 R1841 Q1841 1/16GZ 2SK536P 24LC32AT-I/SN R1844 R1847 C1841 1/16GJ SYSTEM CONTROL 1/16GJ 25KZ0.1 3.3KC 4.7KC TEST GQFZ P_SCLK1 P_SCLK1 IC8811 R1848 R1842 CONNECT SYBY ACTIVE IC TE301 IC8821 & 1/16GJ 1/16GJ (FROM IC8811 TEMP SENSOR 1) J30B1640G R1846 4.7KC (FROM IC8821 TEMP SENSOR 2)
  • Page 90 IC301 TPB-V1 15.5VL L2506 15.5VP R517 TPB-V2 L2501 TPB-V2 1/16GZ0C J30B1640G J30B1640G TPB-V1 1/8GZ000 1/8GZ000 IC401 NT_TP15V 15.5V C2507 R2501 Q2501 25KZ R513 1/16GJ100C R519 1/16GJ2.2KC P_FAIL 0.1GQFZ 2SA1203Y REF_B B_V1 1/16GJ C2506 D3609 TPBV1 R518 1/16GJ2.2KC 1.5KC C529 1SS355 16EM1001V B_V2 R2502...
  • Page 91 LAMP BALLAST (TO BALLAST) UNIT FN904 FN905 FN906 FN902 FN901 FN903 R4828 R/CS SPEAKER "K29D" LAMP FN904 FN905 FN906 FN902 FN901 FN903 NTK8Z_3 R4830 COVER C4808 1/16GJ10KC (TO RC PREAMP) PANEL R PANEL G PANEL B POWER EXHAUST PBS FAN R4829 1/16GZ0C "K690"...
  • Page 92 SCH_MM5A...
  • Page 93: Printed Wiring Board Diagrams

    ■ Printed Wiring Board Diagrams ! CAUTION 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 94 MAIN (SIDE:A) LAMP BALLAST UNIT FN902 1AA4B10C4350A_A K48A R4846 R4822 R4824 R4821 R4823 R3601 R4827 R4826 D3617 R5632 R5601 R2859 A SIDE TPDHS TPMONB C8813 C8811 Q2854 R4806 R4837 IC5641 R2872 RB1407 D3626 Q2852 Q2853 R4804 TPDCLK R8813 R8811 R3626 TPDVS L401 R4803...
  • Page 95 MAIN (SIDE:B) POWER “K6R” C5606 D4844 D4843 R4815 D4841 R4814 C5646 R4819 C5603 C5644 C5609 C5607 SC4808 SC4814 R4829 R4828 R4813 R4844 R4812 C4816 R4843 B SIDE IC8811 R4816 C4814 R4811 C4851 C8812 C4813 R4852 R4857 C5641 R4851 C4808 C401 C4853 C5608 R8812...
  • Page 96 POWER (SIDE:A) POWER (SIDE:B) LF901 L601 R611 THERMOSTAT PTH611 R612 C612 “SW902” R62T C613 C62T D62R C62F R62R R62M C62E C614 C62C R62B R62C C62B R62D R659 IC651 PC642 C641 MAIN “K8R” PC641 R636 FB693 LAMP BALLAST UNIT DS643 C634 PCB_MM5A...

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