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Table of Contents
                            Contents
1. Revision List
2. Technical Specs, Diversity, and Connections
	2.1 Technical Specifications
		Table 2-1 Described Model Numbers and Diversity
	2.2 Directions for Use
	2.3 Connections
		Figure 2-1 Connection overview
		2.3.1 Rear Connections
			1 - RJ45: Ethernet
				Figure 2-2 Ethernet connector
			2 - Cinch: Audio - In (VGA/DVI)
			3 - Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In
			4 - Service Connector (UART)
		2.3.2 Rear Connections - Bottom
			5 - VGA: Video RGB - In
				Figure 2-3 VGA Connector
			6 - SCART: Video RGB - In, CVBS - In, Audio - In
				Figure 2-4 SCART connector
			7 - HDMI: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio with ARC - In/Out (optional)
				Figure 2-5 HDMI (type A) connector
			8 - Aerial - In
			9 - USB 1: USB2.0
				Figure 2-6 USB (type A)
		2.3.3 Side Connections
			10 - Common Interface
			11 - Head phone (Output)
			12 - Optical: S/PDIF - Out
			13 - USB 2, 3: USB2.0
				Figure 2-7 USB (type A)
			14 - HDMI SIDE: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In
				Figure 2-8 HDMI (type A) connector
	2.4 Chassis Overview
3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List
	3.1 Safety Instructions
	3.2 Warnings
	3.3 Notes
		3.3.1 General
		3.3.2 Schematic Notes
		3.3.3 Spare Parts
		3.3.4 BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
			Introduction
			BGA Temperature Profiles
		3.3.5 Lead-free Soldering
		3.3.6 Alternative BOM identification
			Figure 3-1 Serial number (example)
		3.3.7 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair (CLR)
		3.3.8 Practical Service Precautions
	3.4 Abbreviation List
4. Mechanical Instructions
	4.1 Cable Dressing 4000 Styling (xxPFL4xx7x/xx series)
		Figure 4-1 Cable dressing 26PFL4xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-2 Cable dressing 32PFL4xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-3 Cable dressing 37PFL4xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-4 Cable dressing 42PFL4xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-5 Cable dressing 47PFL4xx7x/xx
	4.2 Cable Dressing 5000 styling (xxPFL5xx7x/xx series)
		Figure 4-6 Cable dressing 32PFL5xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-7 Cable dressing 40PFL5xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-8 Cable dressing 46PFL5xx7x/xx
		Figure 4-9 Cable dressing 55PFL5xx7x/xx
	4.3 Service Positions
	4.4 Assy/Panel Removal
		4.4.1 Rear Cover
			Figure 4-10 Rear cover removal
		4.4.2 Small Signal Board (SSB)
			Figure 4-11 LVDS connector - correct handling
			Figure 4-12 Unlocking LVDS connector
			Figure 4-13 LVDS cable - damaged notch area [3]
			Figure 4-14 SSB LVDS - catch locking
		4.4.3 IR/LED panel
		4.4.4 Keyboard Control Panel
		4.4.5 LCD Panel
			Figure 4-15 LCD panel removal
	4.5 Set Re-assembly
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
	5.1 Test Points
	5.2 Service Modes
		5.2.1 Service Default Mode (SDM)
			Purpose
			Specifications
				Table 5-1 SDM default settings
			How to Activate SDM
				Figure 5-1 Service mode pad
			How to Navigate
			How to Exit SDM
		5.2.2 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
			Purpose
			How to Activate SAM
			Contents of SAM
				Figure 5-2 Location of Display Option Code sticker
			How to Navigate
			How to Exit SAM
		5.2.3 Customer Service Mode (CSM)
			Purpose
			How to Activate CSM
			How to Navigate
			Contents of CSM
				General
				Software versions
				Quality items
			How to Exit CSM
	5.3 Stepwise Start-up
		Figure 5-3 Transition diagram
		Figure 5-4 “Off” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart (part 1)
		Figure 5-5 “Off” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart (part 2)
		Figure 5-6 “Semi Stand-by” to “Active” flowchart
		Figure 5-7 “Active” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart
		Figure 5-8 “Semi Stand-by” to “Stand-by” flowchart
	5.4 Service Tools
		5.4.1 ComPair
			Introduction
			Specifications
			How to Connect
				Figure 5-9 ComPair II interface connection
			How to Order
	5.5 Error Codes
		5.5.1 Introduction
		5.5.2 How to Read the Error Buffer
		5.5.3 How to Clear the Error Buffer
		5.5.4 Error Buffer
			Table 5-2 Error code overview
			Extra Info
	5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure
		5.6.1 Introduction
		5.6.2 How to Activate
	5.7 Protections
		5.7.1 Software Protections
			Remark on the Supply Errors
			Protections during Start-up
		5.7.2 Hardware Protections
			Repair Tip
	5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips
		5.8.1 Audio Amplifier
		5.8.2 AV PIP
		5.8.3 CSM
		5.8.4 DC/DC Converter
			Description basic board
			Debugging
			Tips
		5.8.5 Exit “Factory Mode”
		5.8.6 Logging
		5.8.7 Guidelines Uart logging
			Description possible cases:
		5.8.8 Loudspeakers
		5.8.9 PSL
		5.8.10 Tuner
		5.8.11 Display option code
		5.8.12 SSB Replacement
			Table 5-3 SSB replacement instructions
				Figure 5-10 Mounting attention points [1/2]
				Figure 5-11 Mounting attention points [2/2]
				Figure 5-12 SSB replacement flowchart
				Figure 5-13 SSB replacement flowchart - Factory mode
				Figure 5-14 SSB start-up
	5.9 Software Upgrading
		5.9.1 Introduction
		5.9.2 Main Software Upgrade
			Automatic Software Upgrade
			Manual Software Upgrade
			Attention!
			Back-up Software Upgrade Application
		5.9.3 Stand-by Software Upgrade via USB
		5.9.4 Content and Usage of the One-Zip Software File
		5.9.5 UART logging 2K10 (see section “
6. Alignments
	6.1 General Alignment Conditions
		6.1.1 Alignment Sequence
	6.2 Hardware Alignments
	6.3 Software Alignments
		6.3.1 White Point
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			White point alignment LCD screens:
				Table 6-1 White D alignment values - LED - Minolta CA-210
				Table 6-2 White D alignment values - LED - Minolta CS-200
				Table 6-3 White tone default setting 26" (4000 series)
				Table 6-4 White tone default setting 32" (4000 series)
				Table 6-5 White tone default setting 37" (4000 series)
				Table 6-6 White tone default setting 42" (4000 series)
				Table 6-7 White tone default setting 47" (4000 series)
				Table 6-8 White tone default setting 32" (5000 series)
				Table 6-9 White tone default setting 40" (5000 series)
				Table 6-10 White tone default setting 46" (5000 series)
				Table 6-11 White tone default setting 55" (5000 series)
	6.4 Option Settings
		6.4.1 Introduction
		6.4.2 Dealer Options
		6.4.3 (Service) Options
		6.4.4 Opt. No. (Option numbers)
			Diversity
		6.4.5 Option Code Overview
		6.4.6 Option Bit Overview
			Table 6-12 Option codes at bit level (Option 1 - Option 8)
	6.5 Reset of Repaired SSB
		6.5.1 SSB identification
			Figure 6-1 SSB identification
	6.6 Cable position numbers - only for 4000 range
	6.7 Total Overview SAM modes
		Table 6-13 SAM mode overview
7. Circuit Descriptions
	7.1 Introduction
		7.1.1 Implementation
		7.1.2 TV550 Architecture Overview
			Figure 7-1 Architecture of TV550 R4 platform (4000-5000 range)
			Figure 7-2 Architecture of TV550 R4 platform (5500 range; supporting “active” 3D)
		7.1.3 SSB Cell Layout
			Figure 7-3 SSB layout cells (top view; 4000-5000 range)
			Figure 7-4 SSB layout cells (5500 range; supporting “active” 3D)
	7.2 Power Supply
		7.2.1 Power Supply Unit 43x7 series
			Table 7-1 Connector overview 43x7 series, 42" and 47" screen sizes
			Block Diagram & Test Instructions 42" sets (43x7 series)
				Figure 7-5 Block diagram 42" 43x7 series
				Figure 7-6 Test instructions 42" 43x7 series
			Block Diagram & Test Instructions 47" sets (43x7 series)
				Figure 7-7 Block diagram 47" 43x7 series
				Figure 7-8 Test instructions 47" 43x7 series
		7.2.2 Power Supply Unit all other sets of 4xx7 series
		7.2.3 Power Supply Unit 5xx7 series
			Table 7-2 Connector overview 5xx7 series, all screen sizes
	7.3 Video and Audio Processing - PNX855xx
		Figure 7-9 PNX855xx functional diagram
8. IC Data Sheets
	8.1 Diagram
		Figure 8-1 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.2 Diagram
		Figure 8-2 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.3 Diagram
		Figure 8-3 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.4 Diagram
		Figure 8-4 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.5 Diagram
		Figure 8-5 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.6 Diagram
		Figure 8-6 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.7 Diagram
		Figure 8-7 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.8 Diagram
		Figure 8-8 Pin configuration
	8.9 Diagram
		Figure 8-9 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.10 Diagram
		Figure 8-10 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.11 Diagram
		Figure 8-11 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.12 Diagram
		Figure 8-12 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.13 Diagram
		Figure 8-13 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.14 Diagram
		Figure 8-14 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
	8.15 Diagram
		Figure 8-15 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
9. Block Diagrams
	9.1 Wiring diagram 4000 series 26"
	9.2 Wiring diagram 4000 series 32"
	9.3 Wiring diagram 4000 series 37"
	9.4 Wiring diagram 4000 series 42"
	9.5 Wiring diagram 4000 series 47"
	9.6 Wiring diagram 4300 series 42"
	9.7 Wiring diagram 5000 & 5500 series 32"
	9.8 Wiring diagram 5000 & 5500 series 40"
	9.9 Wiring diagram 5000 & 5500 series 46"
	9.10 Wiring diagram 5000 series 55"
	9.11 Block Diagram Video
	9.12 Block Diagram Audio
	9.13 Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals
	9.14 Block Diagram I2C
	9.15 Supply Lines Overview
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
	10.1 A 715G5194 PSU 32" & 37" 3500/4000 series
		10-1-1 AC Side
		10-1-2 LED
		10-1-3 Main Power
		10-1-4 Standby
		10-1-5 Power layout top
		10-1-6 Power layout bottom
	10.2 A01 715G5246 PSU 42" 3500/4000 series
		10-2-1 Power Circuit
		10-2-2 24 V to VLED
		10-2-3 LED Driver
		10-2-4 Power layout top
		10-2-5 Power layout bottom
	10.3 A 272217190638
		10-3-1 A01, PSL
		10-3-2 A02, PSL
		10-3-3 Layout top
		10-3-4 Layout bottom
	10.4 A 272217190639
		10-4-1 A01, PSL
		10-4-2 A02, PSL
		10-4-3 Layout top
		10-4-4 Layout bottom
	10.5 B 313912365313 SSB
		10-5-1 Power connectors
		10-5-2 Interface connectors
		10-5-3 DC/DC
		10-5-4 DC/DC, 1.8 V to 1.2 V conversion
		10-5-5 DC/DC, 12 V to 5 V/3.3 V conversion
		10-5-6 DVBS supply
		10-5-7 Core voltage supply for DVBS demodulator
		10-5-8 DDR
		10-5-9 PNX 85500: Power
		10-5-10 PNX 85500: Standby controller
		10-5-11 PNX 85500: MIPS
		10-5-12 PNX 85500: Control
		10-5-13 PNX 85500: SDRAM
		10-5-14 PNX 85500: Nandflash - conditional access
		10-5-15 PNX 85500: Common interface
		10-5-16 PNX 85500: Audio
		10-5-17 PNX 85500: Headphone
		10-5-18 PNX 85500: Video out - LVDS
		10-5-19 PNX 85500: Analog video
		10-5-20 PNX 85500: Analogue externals A
		10-5-21 PNX 85500: Analogue externals B
		10-5-22 PNX 85500: VGA
		10-5-23 PNX 85500: Temperature sensor
		10-5-24 PNX 85500: Vdisp-switch
		10-5-25 Class-D amplifier
		10-5-26 USB hub
		10-5-27 Ethernet & service
		10-5-28 HDMI
		10-5-29 FPGA, power & control
		10-5-30 FPGA, I/O banks
		10-5-31 Tuner, channel decoder
		10-5-32 DVBS, FE
		10-5-33 Video out - LVDS
		10-5-34 FPGA, I/O banks
		10-5-35 FPGA, supply & control
		10-5-36 Layout top
		10-5-37 Layout bottom
	10.6 B 313912365333 - 313912365334 SSB
		10-6-1 Power connectors
		10-6-2 Interface connectors
		10-6-3 DC/DC
		10-6-4 DC/DC, 1.8 V to 1.2 V conversion
		10-6-5 DC/DC, 12 V to 5 V/3.3 V conversion
		10-6-6 DVBS supply
		10-6-7 Core voltage supply for DVBS demodulator
		10-6-8 DDR
		10-6-9 PNX 85500: Power
		10-6-10 PNX 85500: Standby controller
		10-6-11 PNX 85500: MIPS
		10-6-12 PNX 85500: Control
		10-6-13 PNX 85500: SDRAM
		10-6-14 PNX 85500: Nandflash - conditional access
		10-6-15 PNX 85500: Common interface
		10-6-16 PNX 85500: Audio
		10-6-17 PNX 85500: Headphone
		10-6-18 PNX 85500: Video out - LVDS
		10-6-19 PNX 85500: Analog video
		10-6-20 PNX 85500: Analogue externals A
		10-6-21 PNX 85500: Analogue externals B
		10-6-22 PNX 85500: VGA
		10-6-23 PNX 85500: Temperature sensor
		10-6-24 PNX 85500: Vdisp-switch
		10-6-25 Class-D amplifier
		10-6-26 USB hub
		10-6-27 Ethernet & service
		10-6-28 HDMI
		10-6-29 FPGA, power & control
		10-6-30 FPGA, I/O banks
		10-6-31 Tuner, channel decoder
		10-6-32 DVBS, FE
		10-6-33 Video out - LVDS
		10-6-34 Layout top 3139 123 65333
		10-6-35 Layout bottom 3139 123 65333
		10-6-36 Layout top 3139 123 65334
		10-6-37 Layout bottom 3139 123 65334
	10.7 B 313912365401
		10-7-1 B01A, Power connectors
		10-7-2 B01B, Interface connectors
		10-7-3 B02A, DC/DC
		10-7-4 B02B, DC/DC, 1.8 V/1.2 V conversion
		10-7-5 B02C, DC/DC, 5.0 V/3.3 V conversion
		10-7-6 B03A, DVBS-supply
		10-7-7 B03B, Core voltage supply for DVBS demodulator
		10-7-8 B04B, DDR
		10-7-9 B05A, PNX 85500: Power
		10-7-10 B05B, PNX 85500: Standby controller
		10-7-11 B05C, PNX 85500: MIPS
		10-7-12 B05D, PNX 85500: Control
		10-7-13 B05E, PNX 85500: SDRAM
		10-7-14 B05F, PNX 85500: NANDFlash - conditional access
		10-7-15 B05G, PNX 85500: Common Interface
		10-7-16 B05H, PNX 85500: Audio
		10-7-17 B05I, PNX 85500: Headphone
		10-7-18 B05J, PNX 85500: Video out - LVDS
		10-7-19 B05K, PNX 85500: Analogue video
		10-7-20 B05L, PNX 85500: Analogue externals A
		10-7-21 B05M, PNX 85500: Analogue externals B
		10-7-22 B05N, PNX 85500: VGA
		10-7-23 B05P, PNX 85500: Vdisp switch
		10-7-24 B06A, Class-D amplifier
		10-7-25 B06B, USB hub
		10-7-26 B06C, Ethernet & service
		10-7-27 B06D, HDMI
		10-7-28 B09A, Tuner, channel decoder
		10-7-29 B09B, DVBS FE
		10-7-30 Layout top
		10-7-31 Layout bottom
	10.8 J 272217190529 Sensor board
		10-8-1 IR/LED/analogue light sensor
		10-8-2 IR/LED/analogue light sensor board layout
	10.9 J 272217190532 Sensor board
		10-9-1 IR/LED/analogue light sensor/3D blaster
		10-9-2 IR/LED/analogue light sensor board layout
	10.10 J 715G5255 Sensor board
		10-10-1 IR/LED board
		10-10-2 IR/LED board layout
	10.11 E 2722171 90545, 90547, 90549, 90552, 90558 Keyboard control panel
		10-11-1 Keyboard control panel
		10-11-2 Keyboard control panel layout
	10.12 E 715G5252 Keyboard control panel
		10-12-1 Keyboard control panel
		10-12-2 Keyboard control panel layout
11. Styling Sheets
	11.1 4000 series 26"
	11.2 4000 series 32"
	11.3 4000 series 37"
	11.4 4000 series 42"
	11.5 4000 series 47"
	11.6 5000 series 32"
	11.7 5000 series 40"
	11.8 5000 series 46"
	11.9 5000 series 55"
                        

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