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LCD TV SERVICE MANUAL
CHASSIS : LD75A

MODEL : 42LF66
CAUTION

42LF66-ZE

BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.

CONTENTS

CONTENTS .............................................................................................. 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..........................................................................3 SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................6 ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION ...............................................................15 TROUBLE SHOOTING ............................................................................19 BLOCK DIAGRAM...................................................................................27 EXPLODED VIEW .................................................................................. 29 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST ..............................................................30 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................................... 31 SVC. SHEET ...............................................................................................

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These parts are identified by in the Schematic Diagram and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as recommended in this manual to prevent Shock, Fire, or other Hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

General Guidance
An isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be inadvertently introduced during the service operation. If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this TV receiver is blown, replace it with the specified. When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB. Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts.

Leakage Current Hot Check (See below Figure)
Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use a line Isolation Transformer during this check. Connect 1.5K/10watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15uF capacitor between a known good earth ground (Water Pipe, Conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor using AC voltmeter with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity. Reverse plug the AC cord into the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed metallic part. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volt RMS which is corresponds to 0.5mA. In case any measurement is out of the limits specified, there is possibility of shock hazard and the set must be checked and repaired before it is returned to the customer.

Leakage Current Hot Check circuit

AC Volt-meter
Before returning the receiver to the customer,
always perform an AC leakage current check on the exposed metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, etc., to be sure the set is safe to operate without damage of electrical shock.

Leakage Current Cold Check(Antenna Cold Check)
With the instrument AC plug removed from AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the AC switch in the on position, connect one lead of ohm-meter to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch other ohm-meter lead in turn to each exposed metallic parts such as antenna terminals, phone jacks, etc. If the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the measured resistance should be between 1M and 5.2M. When the exposed metal has no return path to the chassis the reading must be infinite. An other abnormality exists that must be corrected before the receiver is returned to the customer.

To Instrument's exposed METALLIC PARTS

Good Earth Ground such as WATER PIPE, CONDUIT etc.
0.15uF

1.5 Kohm/10W

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SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: Before servicing receivers covered by this service manual and its supplements and addenda, read and follow the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS on page 3 of this publication. NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions on page 3 of this publication, always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First. General Servicing Precautions 1. Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC power source before; a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board module or any other receiver assembly. b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical plug or other electrical connection. c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the receiver. CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an explosion hazard. 2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate high voltage meter or other voltage measuring device (DVM, FETVOM, etc) equipped with a suitable high voltage probe. Do not test high voltage by "drawing an arc". 3. Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any of its assemblies. 4. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, clean electrical contacts only by applying the following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or comparable non-abrasive applicator; 10% (by volume) Acetone and 90% (by volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%-99% strength) CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, lubrication of contacts in not required. 5. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which receivers covered by this service manual might be equipped. 6. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed. 7. Always connect the test receiver ground lead to the receiver chassis ground before connecting the test receiver positive lead. Always remove the test receiver ground lead last. 8. Use with this receiver only the test fixtures specified in this service manual. CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap to any heat sink in this receiver. Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices Some semiconductor (solid-state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static by static electricity. 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed to prevent potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test. 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly. 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices. 4. Use only an anti-static type solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-static" can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices. 5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices. 6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material). 7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions. 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES device.) General Soldering Guidelines 1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and appropriate tip size and shape that will maintain tip temperature within the range or 500F to 600F. 2. Use an appropriate gauge of RMA resin-core solder composed of 60 parts tin/40 parts lead. 3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well tinned. 4. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a mall wirebristle (0.5 inch, or 1.25cm) brush with a metal handle. Do not use freon-propelled spray-on cleaners. 5. Use the following unsoldering technique a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature. (500F to 600F) b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts. c. Quickly draw the melted solder with an anti-static, suctiontype solder removal device or with solder braid. CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil. 6. Use the following soldering technique. a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach a normal temperature (500F to 600F) b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder the strand against the component lead until the solder melts. c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and hold it there only until the solder flows onto and around both the component lead and the foil. CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil. d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle brush.

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IC Remove/Replacement Some chassis circuit boards have slotted holes (oblong) through which the IC leads are inserted and then bent flat against the circuit foil. When holes are the slotted type, the following technique should be used to remove and replace the IC. When working with boards using the familiar round hole, use the standard technique as outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above. Removal 1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by gently prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as the solder melts. 2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-type solder removal device (or with solder braid) before removing the IC. Replacement 1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board. 2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad and solder it. 3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush. (It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to the areas). "Small-Signal" Discrete Transistor Removal/Replacement 1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as close as possible to the component body. 2. Bend into a "U" shape the end of each of three leads remaining on the circuit board. 3. Bend into a "U" shape the replacement transistor leads. 4. Connect the replacement transistor leads to the corresponding leads extending from the circuit board and crimp the "U" with long nose pliers to insure metal to metal contact then solder each connection. Power Output, Transistor Device Removal/Replacement 1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor leads. 2. Remove the heat sink mounting screw (if so equipped). 3. Carefully remove the transistor from the heat sink of the circuit board. 4. Insert new transistor in the circuit board. 5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead. 6. Replace heat sink. Diode Removal/Replacement 1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as possible to diode body. 2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicular y to the circuit board. 3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new diode around the corresponding lead on the circuit board. 4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it. 5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints of the two "original" leads. If they are not shiny, reheat them and if necessary, apply additional solder. Fuse and Conventional Resistor Removal/Replacement 1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of the circuit board hollow stake. 2. Securely crimp the leads of replacement component around notch at stake top. 3. Solder the connections. CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced component and adjacent components and the circuit board to prevent excessive component temperatures.

Circuit Board Foil Repair Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed circuit board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to the circuit board causing the foil to separate from or "lift-off" the board. The following guidelines and procedures should be followed whenever this condition is encountered. At IC Connections To repair a defective copper pattern at IC connections use the following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper pattern side of the circuit board. (Use this technique only on IC connections). 1. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a sharp knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely necessary). 2. carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic coating (if used) from the end of the remaining copper pattern. 3. Bend a small "U" in one end of a small gauge jumper wire and carefully crimp it around the IC pin. Solder the IC connection. 4. Route the jumper wire along the path of the out-away copper pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped end of the good copper pattern. Solder the overlapped area and clip off any excess jumper wire. At Other Connections Use the following technique to repair the defective copper pattern at connections other than IC Pins. This technique involves the installation of a jumper wire on the component side of the circuit board. 1. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife. Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to ensure that a hazardous condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens. 2. Trace along the copper pattern from both sides of the pattern break and locate the nearest component that is directly connected to the affected copper pattern. 3. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the lead of the nearest component on one side of the pattern break to the lead of the nearest component on the other side. Carefully crimp and solder the connections. CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is dressed so the it does not touch components or sharp edges.

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SPECIFICATION
NOTE : Specifications and others are subject to change without notice for improvement.

1. Application range
This spec sheet is applied to the 37", 42", 47" LCD TV used LD75A chassis.

2. Specification
Each part is tested as below without special appointment. (1) Temperature : 25 5C(77 9F), CST : 40 5C (2) Relative Humidity : 65% 10% (3) Power Voltage : Standard input voltage (100-240V~, 50/60Hz) *Standard Voltage of each products is marked by models

(4) Specification and performance of each parts are followed each drawing and specification by part number in accordance with BOM. (5) The receiver must be operated for about 20 minutes prior to the adjustment.

3. Test method
(1) Performance : LGE TV test method followed (2) Demanded other specification Safety : CE, IEC Specification EMC : CE, IEC

4. General Specification(FHD Module)
Item Display Screen Device Aspect Ratio LCD Module Specification 47/42/37 inch Wide Color Display Module 16:9 37LB5DF (37LF65): LC370WU1-SL01 42LB5DF (42LF65): LC420WU2-SLB1 47LB5DF (47LF65): LC470WU1-SLB2 37LF66: LC370WU1-SL01 42LF66: LC420WU2-SLB1 47LF66: LC470WU1-SLB2 Operating Environment 1) Temp. : 0 ~ 40 deg 2) Humidity : 10 ~ 90% Storage Environment 3) Temp. : -20 ~ 50 deg 4) Humidity : 10 ~ 90 % Input Voltage AC100 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz Maker LG LGE SPEC Measurement Result LCD Remark

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5. Chroma & Brightness 5-1. FHD Module-47LF66
Item Viewing Angle 10> White average brightness R/L U/D 47LF65 Min 178 178 450 1.3 0.261 0.268 0.603 0.318 0.260 0.568 0.132 0.046 550 0 0.276 0.283 0.618 0.333 0.275 0.583 0.147 0.061 Average 1.3 0.291 0.298 0.633 0.348 0.290 0.598 0.162 0.076 +0.03 - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - Full white(100IRE) 4000 : 1 5000 : 1 (600:1) (800:1) - Full black(0IRE) pattern - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) -Input:TV/DTV/AV1,2,3/Comp/HDMI1,2 -> CR with PWM-Dimming RGB/HDMI-PC -> CR without PWM-Dimming Color Temperature Color pull in Range Medium Warm Cool PAL NTSC 8300 5500 10000 -500 -500 -80 9300 6500 11000 10300 7500 12000 +500 +500 Hz Hz dBm - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) Typ Max Unit Viewing Angle10> cd/m2 cd/m2 Measurement Result R/L U/D 178 178 - 100IRE Full White Pattern(255gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - 100IRE Full White Pattern(255gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) Remark

Brightness uniformity Color Coordinate Red Green Blue White X Y X Y X Y X Y

Color coordinate uniformity -0.03 Contrast Ratio CR with at dark room PWM-Dimming CR without PWM-Dimming

Color killer Sensitivity

*** PWM-Dimming function works after 30 seconds. So, When you check the CR, you must wait 30 minutes for check the Full Black level and then 10 minutes for check the Full White level.***

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5-2. FHD Module-42LF66
Item Viewing Angle 10> White average brightness Brightness uniformity Color Coordinate Red Green Blue White X Y X Y X Y X Y Color coordinate uniformity Contrast Ratio at dark room CR with PWM-Dimming CR without PWM-Dimming 4000 : 1 5000 : 1 (400:1) (600:1) 1.3 0.261 0.268 0.603 0.318 0.260 0.568 0.132 0.046 0 0.276 0.283 0.618 0.333 0.275 0.583 0.147 0.061 -0.03 1.3 0.291 0.298 0.633 0.348 0.290 0.598 0.162 0.076 Average +0.03 - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - Full white(100IRE) - Full black(0IRE) pattern - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) -Input:TV/DTV/AV1,2,3/Comp/HDMI1,2 -> CR with PWM-Dimming RGB/HDMI-PC -> CR without PWM-Dimming Color Temperature Color pull in Range Medium Warm Cool PAL NTSC 8300 5500 10000 -500 -500 -80 9300 6500 11000 10300 7500 12000 +500 +500 Hz Hz dBm - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) cd/m2 R/L U/D 42LF65 Min 178 178 450 550 Typ Max Unit Viewing Angle 10> cd/m2 Measurement Result R/L U/D 178 178 - 100IRE Full White Pattern (255gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - 100IRE Full White Pattern (255gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) Remark

Color killer Sensitivity

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5-3. FHD Module-37LF66
Item Viewing Angle 10> White average brightness Brightness uniformity Color Coordinate Red Green Blue White X Y X Y X Y X Y Color coordinate uniformity Contrast Ratio at dark room CR with PWM-Dimming CR without PWM-Dimming 4000 : 1 5000 : 1 (400:1) (600:1) 1.3 0.261 0.268 0.603 0.318 0.260 0.595 0.132 0.046 0 0.276 0.283 0.618 0.333 0.275 0.610 0.147 0.061 -0.03 1.3 0.291 0.298 0.633 0.348 0.290 0.625 0.162 0.076 Average +0.03 - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - Full white(100IRE) - Full black(0IRE) pattern - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - Input:TV/DTV/AV1,2,3/Comp/HDMI1,2 -> CR with PWM-Dimming RGB/HDMI-PC -> CR without PWM-Dimming Color Temperature Color pull in Range Medium Warm Cool PAL NTSC 8300 5500 10000 -500 -500 -80 9300 6500 11000 10300 7500 12000 +500 +500 Hz Hz dBm - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) cd/m2 R/L U/D 37LF65 Min 178 178 400 500 Typ Max Unit Viewing Angle 10> cd/m2 Measurement Result R/L U/D 178 178 - 100IRE Full White Pattern (255gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - 100IRE Full White Pattern (255gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) - 85IRE Full White Pattern (216 gray) - Picture : Dynamic (Cool) Remark

Color killer Sensitivity

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6. Component Video Input (Y, PB, PR)
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Resolution 720*480 720*480 720*576 720*480 720*480 720*576 1280*720 1280*720 1280*720 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 H-freq(kHz) 15.73 15.75 15.625 31.47 31.50 31.25 44.96 45.00 37.50 33.72 33.75 28.125 67.50 V-freq.(kHz) 59.94 60.00 50.00 59.94 60.00 50.00 59.94 60.00 50.00 59.94 60.00 50.00 60.00 Pixel clock(MHz) 13.500 13.514 13.500 27.000 27.027 27.000 74.176 74.250 74.25 74.176 74.250 74.250 148.50 Proposed SDTV, DVD 480I(525I) SDTV, DVD 480I(525I) SDTV, DVD 576I(625I) SDTV 480P SDTV 480P SDTV 576P HDTV 720P HDTV 720P HDTV 720P HDTV 1080I HDTV 1080I HDTV 1080I HDTV 1080P

7. RGB Input (PC)
No 1. 2. Resolution 720*400 640*480 H-freq(kHz) 31.468 31.469 37.500 V-freq.(Hz) 70.08 59.94 75.00 Pixel clock(MHz) 28.32 25.17 31.50 VESA 848*480 60Hz, 852*480 60Hz ->No signal 640*480 60Hz Display 3 800*600 37.879 46.875 4. 5 832*624 1024*768 49.725 48.363 56.476 60.023 6 7 8 9 10 11 1280*768 1360*768 1366*768 1280*1024 1400*1050 1920*1080 47.693 47.649 47.649 63.595 65.160 66.647 60.31 75.00 74.55 60.00 70.00 75.03 59.99 59.94 59.94 60.0 60.0 59.988 40.00 49.50 57.283 65.00 75.00 78.75 80.125 84.625 84.625 108.875 122.50 138.625 WXGA WXGA WXGA SXGA SXGA WUXGA Reduced Blanking Timing VESA(XGA) Macintosh VESA Proposed Remarks

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7-1. EDID Input (PC)
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 0 0 9 11 D1 35 58 4B 0 1 FF 10 49 C0 0 98 1F 33 2 FF 1 4B 1 E8 14 54 37 3 FF 3 A5 1 26 0 12 4C 4 FF 1 6E 1 32 E8 0 46 5 FF 46 0 1 0 26 0A 36 6 FF 27 31 1A 0 32 20 35 7 0 78 40 36 1A 0 20 2D 8 1E EA 45 80 DA 0 20 5A 9 6D D9 40 A0 2F 1A 20 43 A 72 B0 61 70 78 0 20 20 B 75 A3 40 38 E0 0 20 20 C 1 57 81 1F 51 0 0 20 D 1 49 80 40 1A FD 0 20 E 1 9C 90 30 25 0 0 0 F 1 25 40 20 40 39 FC FF

6CH 7DH : Model name 7EH : No Extension EDID Block 7FH : Check sum Model Name : 47LF66 / Check Sum : FE Model Name : 42LF65 / Check Sum : 03 Model Name : 37LF65 / Check Sum : FF

8. HDMI Input (DTV)
No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Resolution 720*480 720*480 640*480 640*480 720*480 720*480 720*576 1280*720 1280*720 1280*720 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 1920*1080 H-freq(kHz) 31.47 31.50 31.469 31.469 31.47 31.50 31.25 37.50 44.96 45.00 33.72 33.75 28.125 27.000 56.250 67.433 67.500 V-freq.(kHz) 59.94 60 59.94 60.00 59.94 60.00 50.00 50.00 59.94 60.00 59.94 60.00 50.00 24.00 50 59.94 60 Pixel clock(MHz) 27.00 27.027 25.175 25.20 27.000 27.027 27.000 74.176 74.176 74.250 74.176 74.250 74.250 74.250 148.500 148.352 148.500 Proposed SDTV 480P(4:3) SDTV 480P(4:3) SDTV 480P(4:3) SDTV 480P(4:3) SDTV 480P(16:9) SDTV 480P(16:9) SDTV 576P HDTV 720P HDTV 720P HDTV 720P HDTV 1080I HDTV 1080I HDTV 1080I 50Hz HDTV 1080P 24Hz HDTV 1080P 50Hz HDTV 1080P HDTV 1080P If change PC 1920*1080 60HzOE Display If change PC 1280*720 60Hz Display If change PC 640*480 60Hz Display Remarks

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8. HDMI Input (PC)
No 1. Resolution 720*400 H-freq(kHz) 31.468 V-freq.(Hz) 70.08 Pixel clock(MHz) 28.32 If change DTV 2. 640*480 31.469 37.500 59.94 75.00 25.17 31.50 VESA 480p Display 848*480 60Hz, 852*480 60Hz : No signal 3 800*600 37.879 46.875 4. 832*624 49.725 48.363 5 1024*768 56.476 60.023 6 7 8 9 10 11 1280*768 1360*768 1366*768 1280*1024 1400*1050 1600*1200 47.693 47.649 47.649 63.595 65.160 74.077 60.31 75.00 74.55 60.00 70.00 75.03 59.99 59.94 59.94 60.0 60.0 60.0 40.00 49.50 57.283 65.00 75.00 78.75 80.125 84.625 84.625 108.875 122.50 130.375 WXGA WXGA WXGA SXGA SXGA UXGA Reduced Blanking Timing 1920*1200 60Hz No Signal Reduced Blanking Timing 12 1920*1080 66.647 59.988 138.625 WUXGA If change DTV 1080p Display VESA(XGA) Macintosh VESA Proposed Remarks

8-1. EDID Input (HDMI)
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 A0 B0 C0 D0 E0 F0 0 0 9 11 A9 35 48 4B 0 2 22 0 0 8E 0 2C 30 1 FF 10 49 40 0 88 1F 33 3 1F 1 0 21 6 25 40 2 FF 1 4B D1 E8 35 54 37 21 10 1D 1E 0 44 0 80 3 FF 3 A5 C0 26 0 12 4C F1 23 0 8C 0 21 C4 37 4 FF 80 6E 1 32 BC 0 46 4E 9 80 0A 18 0 8E 0 5 FF 46 0 1 0 86 0A 36 81 7 51 D0 2 0 21 BC 6 FF 27 31 1A 0 21 20 35 2 7 D0 8A 3A 1E 0 88 7 0 78 40 36 1A 0 20 2D 3 83 1C 20 80 1 0 21 8 1E EA 45 80 1B 0 20 5A 15 1 20 E0 18 1D 9E 0 9 6D D9 40 A0 21 1C 20 43 12 0 40 2D 71 80 4E 0 A 72 B0 61 70 50 0 20 20 13 0 80 10 38 18 1F 18 B 75 A3 40 38 A0 0 20 20 4 65 35 10 2D 71 0 0 C 1 57 81 1F 51 0 0 20 14 3 0 3E 40 1C 80 0 D 1 49 80 40 0 FD 0 20 5 0C BC 96 58 16 51 0 E 1 9C 90 30 1E 0 0 1 20 0 88 0 2C 20 0 0 F 1 25 40 20 30 39 FC D8 21 10 21 13 45 58 1E 1D

6CH 7DH : Model name 7EH : Extension EDID Block 7FH : Check sum 9FH : Vendor specification Block (10 : HDMI1, 20 : HDMI2) FFH : Check sum valid Model Name : 47LF66 / Check Sum HDMI1 : D71D , HDMI2 : D70D Model Name : 42LF66 / Check Sum HDMI1 : DC1D , HDMI2 : DC0D Model Name : 37LF66 / Check Sum HDMI1 : D81D , HDMI2 : D80D

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9. MODULE 9-1. General specifications-47LF66: LC470WU1-SLB2
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Display area Outline dimension Number of Pixels Cell pitch Color arrangement Weight(net) Item Min Typ Max Unit mm mm 1Pixel=3RGB Cells um Kg G cell Net 1EA Remark 1039.68 (H) * 584.82(V) 1096 (W) x 640 (H) x 48.1 (D) with inverter 1920 (H) x 1080(V) 541.5um (H) x 541.5um (V) RGB stripe arrangement 20

9-2. General specifications-42LF66: LC420WU2-SLB1
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Display area Outline dimension Number of Pixels Cell pitch Color arrangement Weight(net) Item Min Typ Max Unit mm mm 1Pixel=3RGB Cells um Kg G cell Net 1EA Remark 930.24 (H) * 523.26 (V) 983 (W) x 576 (H) x 51 (D) with inverter 1920 (H) x 1080(V) 484.5um (H) x 484.5um (V) RGB stripe arrangement 13

9-3. General specifications-37LF66: LC370WU1-SL01
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Display area Outline dimension Number of Pixels Cell pitch Color arrangement Weight(net) Item Min Typ Max Unit mm mm 1Pixel=3RGB Cells um Kg G cell Net 1EA Remark 819.36 (H) * 460.89 (V) 877 (W) x 516.8 (H) x 55.5 (D) with inverter 1920 (H) x 1080(V) 426.75um (H) x 426.75um (V) RGB stripe arrangement 10.5

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10. Mechanical specification 10-1. 47LF66
No 1 Product Dimension 2 Product Weight Before Packing After Packing Only SET With BOX Item 1144.5 1230 Content Width (W) Length (D) Height (H) 331 410 37.46 kg 44.7 kg 825.6 912 With Stand With Stand Remark

10-2. 42LF66
No 1 Product Dimension 2 Product Weight Before Packing After Packing Only SET With BOX Item 1033.1 1119 Content Width (W) Length (D) Height (H) 300 374 27.5Kg 32.5Kg 750 858 With Stand With Stand With Stand Remark

10-3. 37LF66
No 1 Product Dimension 2 Product Weight Before Packing After Packing Only SET With BOX Item 1113.3 1191 Content Width (W) Length (D) Height (H) 294.3 378 30.1Kg 34.6Kg 722.5 835 With Stand With Stand With Stand Remark

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ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION
1. Application Range
This spec. sheet is applied to all of the LD75A chassis manufactured at LG TV Plant all over the world. Ex.) LD75A : 37/42/47LB5DF-ZC, 37/42/47LY3DF-ZA

4.2. Data (Refer to Product specification)
1> ANALOG (128Bytes)
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 01 02 03 FF FF FF 01 03 11 49 4B A5 01 01 01 01 35 00 BC 88 35 00 BC 88 4B 1F 3D 09 00 00 04 FF 01 6E 01 21 21 00 05 FF 46 80 01 00 00 0A 06 FF 27 31 1B 00 00 20 07 00 78 40 21 1C 1C 20 08 1E EA 45 50 4E 4E 20 09 6D D9 40 A0 1F 1F 20 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F B0 61 51 00 00 20 A3 40 00 80 80 20 57 D1 1E 51 51 49 C0 30 00 00 9C 01 48 1E 1E 00 25 01 88 30 30

2. Specification
1.1 Because this is not a hot chassis, it is not necessary to use an isolation transformer. However, the use of isolation transformer will help to protect test instruments. 1.2 Adjustment must be done in the correct sequence. 1.3 The adjustment must be performed at 255C temperature and 6510% relative humidity if there is no specified designation. 1.4 The input voltage of the receiver must be kept between 100~220V, 50/60Hz. 1.5 Before adjustment, execute Heat-Run for 30 minutes at RF no signal.

2> HDMI (256Bytes)
00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 02 03 04 FF FF FF 01 03 11 49 4B 00 01 01 01 01 96 00 C4 8E 0C 40 55 00 00 02 20 00 00 8E 80 2C 20 38 03 21 01 00 21 C4 25 0C 4B 1E 22 1D 1E 00 8E 00 40 1F F1 23 00 01 00 21 C4 55 01 00 05 FF 80 00 01 21 C4 3D 4B 09 BC 1D 1E 00 8E 00 06 FF 46 00 01 00 8E 09 82 07 52 00 01 00 21 13 07 FF 27 01 8C 00 21 00 11 07 D0 72 1D 9E 00 8E 08 00 78 01 0A 18 00 0A 01 83 1E 51 80 01 00 21 09 1E EA 01 D0 8C 00 20 03 01 20 D0 D0 1D 9E 00 0A 6D D9 01 8A 0A 18 20 12 00 B8 1E 72 80 8C 00 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F B0 01 20 D0 A3 01 E0 90 57 01 2D 20 00 20 14 03 40 28 20 1C 90 00 49 01 10 40 00 20 05 0C C4 55 10 16 20 00 9C 01 10 31 00 01 1F 00 8E 00 2C 20 40 00 25 01 3E 20 FD 10 10 21 C4 25 58 31 CA

3. Channel Recover
* Use Channel Recover of System Control3 of Service Menu. You can load The Channel Map In LGEMA and LGEWR 1) Press ADJ key on Service Remote Control. And then Choice System Control3. 2) Choice Channel Recover. 3) Press " " key. You can See "OK" letter. And Then The Set power off automatically. 3) After Turn on the SET. You can confirm The Channel map on Programme Edit OSD. Warning ... If you press IN-STOP key, The channel map will disappear.

20 13 00 28 20 1C 18 0A 18

20 04 65 55 6E 16 71 D0 00

* Detail EDID Options are below ( Product ID Model Name Product ID XXXX XXXX

,

,

,

,

)

Product ID DEC XX XX Hex XX XX EDID Table XXXX XXXX

4. EDID
* When do Set Assembly, EDID data must scan in DDC line. Caution * Use the proper signal cable for EDID Download - Analog EDID : Pin3 exists - Digital EDID : Pin3 exists * Caution: - Never connect HDMI & D-sub Cable at the same time. - Use the proper cables below for EDID Writing.
4.1. EDID Data
Item Manufacturer ID Version Revision Condition GSM Digital : 1 Digital : 3 Hex(16) Data 1E6D 01 03

37/42/47LF65 37/42/47LY95

Month, Year : Controlled on production line: ex) Monthly : `09' -> `09' Year : `2006' -> `10' Model Name(Hex) : Model Name 37/42/47LF65 37/42/47LY95 Model Name(Hex) XXXX XXXX

Checksum : Changeable by total EDID data. * Before AV ADC Calibration, should be executed the Tool Option setting.

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5. Method of Tool Option setting
5.1. Press ADJ Key in the Adjust remocon. 5.2. Select "Tool Option1 and 2" by using and Press Number Key. 5.3. Model Table. Model name 37LF65 42LF65 47LF65 37LY95 42LY95 47LY95 Tool Option1 2320 2324 2328 2384 2391 2395 (CH+/-) key,

3) Press IN-START key on R/C for adjustment.

Tool Option2 1701 1701 1701 1701 1701 1701 4) Press the (Vol.+) key to operate the set, then it becomes automatically. 5) After downloading complete, the `OK' word appears. 6) Auto-RGB OK means the adjustment is completed. 6.2. Adjustment of Component * Required Equipments Remote controller for adjustment. MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator. (Which has 720p/50Hz YPbPr output Pattern shown in Fig. 2) -> Model : 215 / Pattern : 65 6.2.1 Method of Auto Component Color Balance 1) Input the Component 720p/50Hz 7 Color Bar(MSPG-925FS model:215, pattern:65) signal into Component. 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in the Picture menu.

5.4. After changing, push the EXIT Key.

6. ADC Calibration
* Before adjusting White-balance , the AV ADC should be done.
ADC MSPG925FS AV PAL INPUT SELECT AV3 Component Model:215 (720P) Pattern:65 *720P/50Hz 7 Color Bar Pattern: 65 *PAL 7 Color Bar Model: 3 (1024*768 60Hz) Pattern: 65 RGB-PC

Model:202(PAL-BGDHI)

* Caution : - System control RS-232 Host should be "PC" for adjustment. - Before AV ADC Calibration, execute the "Panel size selection" (only LCD model) 6.1. Adjustment of AV - Mandatory point : All models are adjusted PAL in AV mode * Required Equipments Remote controller for adjustment. MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator (Which has Video Signal: 7 Color Bar Pattern shown in Fig. 1). - Model : 202 / Pattern : 65 PAL-BGDHI (composite signal) 6.1.1 Method of Auto AV Color Balance(PAL_BGDHI). 1) Input the Video Signal: 7 Color Bar signal into AV3. 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in the Picture menu.

[Fig.2] 3) Press the IN-START key on R/C for adjustment.

4) Press the (Vol.+) key to operate the set , then it becomes automatically. 5) After downloading complete, the `OK' word appears. 6) Auto-RGB OK means the adjustment is completed. 6.3. Adjustment of RGB * Required Equipments Remote controller for adjustment. MSPG-925FS Pattern Generator (Which has XGA [1024*768] 60Hz 1/2 black & white pattern shown in Fig. 3) 6.3.1 Method of Auto RGB Color Balance 1) Input the PC 1024x768 @ 60Hz 1/2 black & white pattern (MSPG-925FS, Model:3, Pattern:65) into RGB. (using D-sub to D-sub cable) 2) Set the PSM to Dynamic mode in the Picture menu.

[Fig.1]

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3) Press the IN-START key on R/C for adjustment.

PC (for communication through RS-232C) -> UART Baud rate : 115200 bps * Connecting picture of the measuring instrument (On Automatic control ) Inside PATTERN is used when W/B is controlled. Connect to auto controller or push control R/C IN-START -> Enter the mode of White-Balance, the pattern will come out.

[Fig.3] 4) Press the (Vol.+) key to operate the set , then it becomes automatically.

[Fig.4] connecting picture (On Automatic Control) 5) After downloading complete, the `OK' word appears. 6) Auto-RGB OK means adjustment is completed. * Auto-control interface and directions 1) Adjust in the place where the influx of light like floodlight around is blocked. (illumination is less than 10ux). 2) In case of PDP: Measure and adjust after sticking the Color Analyzer (CA-100+, CA210 ) to the side of the module. In case of LCD: Adhere closely the Color Analyzer ( CA210 ) to the module less than 10cm distance, keep it with the surface of the Module and Color Analyzer's Prove vertically.(80~100). 3) Aging time - After aging start, keep the power on (no suspension of power supply) and heat-run over 15 minutes. - In case of PDP, keep white pattern using inside pattern. - In case of LCD, using `no signal' or `full white pattern' or the others, check the back light on.

7. White Balance
* Test Equipment Color Analyzer (CA-210, CA-100+ / CH.9) -> When you adjust LCD color temperature, on Color analyzer (CA-210, CA-100+), you should use Channel 9 which is Matrix compensated (White, Red, Green, Blue revised) by CS-1000 and adjust in accordance with White balance adjustment coordinate which is specified on the next. * Color temperature standards according to CSM and Module. CSM Cool Medium Warm LCD 11,000k 9,300k 6,500k

7.1 Auto white Balance
1) setup is done. 2) Test Equipment Color Analyzer ( CA210, CA-100+) PC (for communication through RS-232C) RS-232 Host PC UART Baud rate 115200 Download Cortez *** When press Power-on key, this point is automatically setuped. Pattern Generator (MSPG-925F)

* White balance adjustment coordinate and color temperature.
Cool X Y Temp uv Medium X Y Temp uv Warm X Y Temp Temp CS-1000 0.276 0.283 0.002 0.002 CA-210 (CH 9) 0.276 0.283 0.002 0.002 CA-100+ (CH 9) 0.276 0.283 0.002 0.002

7.2 Manual white Balance
* One of R Gain / G Gain / B Gain should be kept on 80, and others are controlled lowering from 80 1) Press "power on" of the control R/C, set heat run to white by pressing , and heat run over 15 minutes (Set : RS-233 Host : PC, Baud Rate : 115200bps, Download: Cortez). 2) Zero Calibrate CA-100+, and when controlling, stick the sensor to the center of LCD module surface. 3) Double click In-start key on Controlling R/C and get in `white balance'. 4) Set test-pattern on and display inside pattern. Control is carried out on three color temperature, COOL, MEDIUM, WARM. (Control is carried out three times,)

11000 0.000 CS-1000 0.285 0.293 0.002 0.002

1000 0.000 CS-1000 0.285 0.293 0.002 0.002

11000 0.000 CS-1000 0.285 0.293 0.002 0.002

9300 0.000 CS-1000 0.313 0.329 0.002 0.002

9300 0.000 CS-1000 0.313 0.329 0.002 0.002

9300 0.000 CS-1000 0.313 0.329 0.002 0.002

6500 0.003

6500 0.003

6500 0.003

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5) When the R/G/B GAIN is 80 on OSD, it is the FULL DYNAMIC Range of the Module. In order to control white balance without the saturation of FULL DYNAMIC Range and DATA, one of R Gain / G Gain / B Gain should be kept on 80, and other two is controlled lowering from 80. * Color Temperature: Cool, Medium, Warm 1. When R GAIN is set to 80 - Control G GAIN and B GAIN by lowering from 80. 2. When B GAIN is set to 80 - Control R GAIN and G GAIN by lowering from 80. 3. When G GAIN is set to 80 - Control R GAIN and B GAIN by lowering from 192. One of R Gain / G Gain / B Gain should be kept on 80, and adjust other two lower than 80. (When R/G/B GAIN are all 80, it is the FULL DYNAMIC Range of Module)

8. Set Information(Serial No & Model name)
1) Setting up like bottom figure(After setting white balance, this is set) (Setting: Press ADJ Key in the Adjust remocon. Select "System Control 2" by using / (CH+/-) key, (ENTER) and press Using Adjust remocon, RS-232 Host & Baud Rate & Download value change)

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TROUBLESHOOTING
1. No power
(1) Symptom
1) Doesn't minute discharge at module. 2) Non does not come in into the front LED.

(2) Check follow

Is plug in power cord?

No Plug in power cord

Yes

Is connect the Line Filter and Power Board Cable? Yes

No

Connect cable.

Is normal the Fuse(F100) on Power Board? Yes

No

Replace fuse.

Is connect the Power Board and 13P of VSC Board Cable? Yes After remove the cable connect to Power Board (except the SC100 connection cable), authorizes the AC voltage marking on manual. When ST-BY 5V does not operate, replace Power Board.

No

Connect Cable.

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2. Protect mode
(1) Symptom
1) After once shining, it does not discharge minutely from module. 2) The relay falls.(The sound is audible "Click".) 3) It is converted with the color where the front LED is red from green.

(2) Check follow

No Is normal the Power Board? Yes

Is output the normality Low/High voltage except Stand-by 5V?

No Replace Power Board.

Is normal the each connector? Yes

No

After connecting well each connector, the normality it operates?

No Replace connector.

No Is normal the VSC Board?

Is normal the output voltage after remove P900, P901 of VSC Board?

Yes

After remove P900, P901 normal operation: Replace VSC Board

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3. No Raster
(1) Symptom
1) No OSD and image occur at screen. 2) It maintains the condition where the front LED is green

(2) Check follow

Does minute discharge At Module? Yes

No

No Is the inverter on? Yes Check the LCD Module

Is output the normality Low/High voltage except stand-by 5V?

No

Replace the Power board.

Is the LVDS cable normal? Yes

No Reconnect the LVDS cable in P800.

Is the IC700 (FLI8548) Output normal?

No Replace the VSC

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4. In case of occur strange screen into specific mode
1) In case of does't display the OSD
(1) Symptom
1) LED is green. 2) The minute discharge continuously becomes accomplished from module

(2) Check follow

No Is normal the LVDS cable? Yes Cable inserts well. Is the LVDS cable connected well? No

Yes Replace Power Board.

Is normal the VSC Board? Yes

No Operates the FIL8548 IC(IC700)? No Replace FIL8548 IC(IC700).

Yes Replace VSC B/D

Is normal the Ctrl Board of Module?

No Replace Ctrl B/D.

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2) In case of does't display the screen into specific mode
(1) Symptom
- The screen does not become the display from specific input mode (RF, AV, Component, RGB, DVI).

(2) Check follow
(1) Check the all input mode should become normality display. (1) Check the Video(Main)/Data(Sub), Video(Main)/Video(Sub) should become normality display from the PIP mode or DW mode. (Re-Check it Swap)

(3) In case of becomes unusual display from RF mode

Is normal the Tuner?

No

Is the Tuner Cable connected well? No

Yes

Is normal the Input voltage, IIC Communication and CVBS output? No Replace Tuner

Yes Cable inserts well.

Is normal the CXA2069Q? Yes

No

Is normal the Input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync?

Yes Replace IC

Block A

Is normal the FIL8548?

No

Is normal the Input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync?

Yes Replace IC

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(4) In the case of becomes unusual display from side S-video/AV mode

Is Video input of the AV Jack (P1400) normal? Yes

No

Check the input source.

Is normal the CXA2069Q? Yes

No

Is normal the Input voltage, IICCommunication and HV sync?

No Replace IC

Same as Block A

(5) In the case of becomes unusual display from Component, RGB mode

Is R,G,B input and H,V Sync of the J1100 normal? Yes

No Check the input source.

Same as Block A

(6) In the case of becomes unusual display from HDMI mode

Is normal the HDMI002 (IC1004)? Yes

No

Is normal the Input voltage, IIC Communication and HV sync?

No Replace IC

Same as Block A

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(7) In the case of becomes unusual display from SCART1 mode

Is Video input of A/V jack normal? (J1200) Yes

No Check the input source.

Same as Block A

(8) In the case of becomes unusual display from SCART2 mode

Is Video input of A/V jack normal? (J1201) Yes

No

Check the input source.

Same as Block A

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5. In case of no sound
(1) Symptom
1) LED is green. 2) Screen display but sound is not output

(2) Check follow

All input (mode) is no sound? Yes

No

Is the speaker On it men? Yes Is the speaker Cable normal? Yes

No

Set on speaker in menu.

No

Only HDMI is No sound? Yes

No

Download the EDID data.

Check the Speaker Cable

Only RF is no sound? Yes Only AV/component/PC input is no sound?

No

Check the Tuner IN/OUT

No

Is the output of CXA2069 normal? Yes

No Replace CXA2069

Yes

Check the signal after CXA2069 refer to circuit diagram

IC1300 operates Normal? Yes IC1301 operates Normal?

No

Replace IC1300 (MSP4450)

No

Replace IC1301 (STA335BW)

Only specific input (except HDMI, DTV,RF) is no sound?

No

Check the signal before CXA2069 refer to circuit diagram

Yes

Replace VSC BD

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

3.3V ST 5V 6V 12V 19V

12V LVDS 51P LVDS

RX/TD Signal
2.5V 1.2V 2.5V 3.3V
3.3V

1.8V

18V

Sound Signal Video Signal Sound&Video Signal Power STA333BW Audio IC I2S
5V 9V

R L

Etc. Signal 8Bit(656,27MHz)
HDMI_CEC
3.3V

5V 8V COMM_ URT_RX UART1_TX UART0_TX
3.3V

Common Interface
DEMUX

DEMUX

STi5100 MPEG Decoder OAD_CONT
UART0_RX UART1_RX COMM_ UART_TX

FLI8548H-LF (CORTEZ Plus) Digital Video Processor

MSP4450K Sound Processor I2S

3.3V

MAIN_V/Y/C OUT

AV R/L OUT

CI_TS_Data

3.3V

I2S

TMDS

FE_TS_Data

3.3V

Buffer

CXA2069Q AUDIO/VIDEO SW
CVBS,DTV L/R OUT COMP & PC R/LIN DTV/MNT V,R/L OUT TV R/L OUT

COMP Y/Pb/Pr PC R/G/B/HV_SYNC SCART R/G/B/FB

DEBUG_UART_TX

DEBUG_UART_TX

COR_STI_SW OAD_CONT

HDMI
3.3V

3.3V

RX/TX

D/A Total Tuner TDFC-G336P
ICL3232

TV_VOUT

5V

S/PDIF RX/TX RS-232

Y Pb Pr L R Component

RF IN

AV 1

DTV Out MNT Out

REC8

3.3V

SPDIF_OUT

1.8V

74LCX157

SCART V,R/LIN

HDMI

RGB

PC AUDIO

TU_MAIN

HDMI S/W

SIDE A/V V L

TS_DATA TMDS

V,Y/C

R Y/C
74LCX157

9V

TV R/L OUT

UART0_RX UART0_TX I2S, SPDIF_STI_OUT

SPDIF_MSP_OUT

L/R

SIF/AM_AUDIO

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MEMO

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EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST
No.
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PART NO.
EAB33775101 EAB33893101 EAJ37267701 ABJ32247710 ACQ32247927 6500VR0003E EBR36626101 EBR35599601 EBR35590501 EAY32731102 EBR37373812 MGJ32902301 MGJ32902403 MGJ32902502 MGJ32902703 MGJ32902602 MGJ32902803 MGJ32902903 MJH34000501 MJH32521102 EBR36524801 MCK32929601 MAZ34241801 AAN33050304

DESCRIPTION
Speaker,Full Range, EN1562C-6712 ND 10W 8OHM 82DB 100HZ 193.5 X 42 X 39.9 LUG KOREA TOPTONE Speaker,Tweeter, EN10D-6714 ND 10W 8OHM 82DB 0HZ 68 X 23 X 22.7 LUG KOREA TOPTONE LCD,Module-TFT, LC420WU2-SLB2 FULLHD 42.0INCH 1920X1080 550CD COLOR 72% 16/9 800:1( DCR 5000:1) A-TW Pol. 10000K P7 LG PHILIPS LCD Cabinet Assembly, 42LF66-ZE FHD LD75A 42" EUROPASS3_DVB C/SKD (SPK GRILL GLOSSY, SPRAY "A": N.BLOCK) Cover Assembly, 42LC7R/55/LF65-ZA LD73A-PHANTOM 42" BACK COVER ASSY_42" EUROPASS3_NON_DVR_TORNADO_LOCAL_LGEWR Sensor,Ambient Light, YGCA-T071C 12 HOUSING BK 26.4X20X26.4mm VOUT 5V(AT 80LUX) LG INNOTEK CO., LTD PCB Assembly,Sub, SUB T.T LD75A 47LB5DF-ZC - PRE_AMP TOTAL PCB Assembly,Sub, SUB T.T LD75A 47LB5DF - CONTROL KEY TOTAL PCB Assembly,Sub, SUB T.T LD75A 47LB5DF - SIDE_AV TOTAL SMPS,AC/DC, FSP286-6F02 90VTO264V 285W 50/60 UL/CSA/VDE/CB etc.... LCD 42inch PSU(SPI) - without metal shield model SPI ELECTRONIC CO.,LTD PCB Assembly, MAIN, T.T LD75A 42LF65-ZC SEUMLJG MAIN PCB Assembly for MA_SKD Without Tuner Assy Plate, PRESS EGI 1.2 FRAME SBHG-A 42LY3 METAL BAR TOP FOR LPL MODULE Plate, PRESS EGI 1.6 FRAME SBHG-A 42LC4 METAL BAR BOTTOM ('c'OE pem-nut 'NO') FOR LPL MODULE Plate, PRESS EGI 1.2 FRAME SBHG-A 42LC4 METAL BAR RIGHT Plate, PRESS EGI 1.2 FRAME SBHG-A 42LC4 METAL BAR CENTER('c'OE pem nut 'NO') LPL normal module Plate, PRESS EGI 1.2 FRAME SBHG-A 42LC4 metal bar left ('c'OE pem-nut 'NO') Plate, PRESS EGI 1.2 FRAME SBHG-A METAL BAR SIDE TOP FOR Europass3 Plate, PRESS EGI 1.2 FRAME SBHG-A METAL BAR SIDE BOTTOM FOR Europass3 Supporter, PRESS EGI 2 GUIDE EGI 42LC4 METAL STAND SUPPORTER Supporter, PRESS EGI 0.5t GUIDE EGI METAL, REAR SHIELD (47LB5DF-ZA) PCB Assembly,Sub, SUB T.T LA71A 42LY3DR-NA AKRLLH AC-Inlet Ass'y Total Cover, MOLD ABS HF-380 42LC4 ABS, HF-380 CABLE MANAGEMENT Bracket, MOLD HIPS 405AF STAND 42LC5/7 - HIPS 405AF GUIDE Base Assembly, STAND 42LB5DF-UC LA73A EV3, FHD 42LB5DF-UC STAND ASSY_NO_PRINT C/SKD(HIGH GLOSSY ROUND TYPE)

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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
DATE: 2007. 04. 26. LOC. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION LOC. NO. C528 A1 A2 A21 A3 A4 A6 MFL36914902 MKJ32022835 3550V00590A 6410TEW010A 341-746B SAC30033608 "Manual,Owners" PRINTING USER PD75A LG Remote Controller COMPLEX LD75A 47LB5DFCover MOLD ABS BATTERY TN-5 Power Cord "CEE,LP-34A&H05VV-FX3C," Holder MOLD ABS CABLE Holder Title 60PY3DF-ZA CD MANUAL P C533 C534 C548 C549 C611 C612 C613 C630 C638 C639 C640 C701 C705 C723 C727 C736 C740 C743 C758 C765 C793 C796 C797 C801 C803 C822 C835 C852 C853 C901 C903 C907 C912 C915 C924 C925 C928 C929 C937 C954 C957 C958 C959 C969 C970 C971 C975 C981 C1302 PART NO. 0CE227WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE227WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WH6DC 0CE227WF6DC 0CE227WF6DC 0CE227WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE477WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE108EH618 DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP16VC220M 220uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP16VC220M 220uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP25VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP16VC220M 220uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP16VC220M 220uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP16VC220M 220uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK10TP16VC470M 470uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Radial" KMG5.0TP25VB1000M 1000

ACCESSORY

CAPACITORs
C101 C102 C102 C1068 C110 C118 C1217 C1225 C1232 C1236 C1237 C1247 C1309 C1310 C1313 C1319 C1325 C1341 C1343 C1344 C1345 C1350 C1400 C1401 C1407 C1408 C1410 C1708 C181 C226 C227 C412 C414 C515 C517 C519 C522 C523 C524 C527 0CE107SF6DC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE107SF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE106WH6DC 0CE106WH6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE106WH6DC 0CE106WH6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE475WK6DC 0CE475WK6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE335WK6D8 0CE226WF6DC 0CE335WK6D8 0CE107WF6DC 0CE106WH6DC 0CE106WH6DC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE475WK6DC 0CE475WK6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE476WF6DC 0CE226WF6DC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE106WFKDC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE227WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC 0CE477WF6DC 0CE107WF6DC "Capacitor,AL,Chip" VMV107M016S0ANE010 100 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" VMV107M016S0ANE010 100 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP25VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP25VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP25VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP25VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP50VC4.7M 4.7uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP50VC4.7M 4.7uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP50VC3.3M 3.3uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP50VC3.3M 3.3uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP25VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP25VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP50VC4.7M 4.7uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP50VC4.7M 4.7uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC47M 47uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK5.0TP16VC22M 22uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK4.0TP16VC10M 10uF 2 "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK8.0TP16VC220M 220uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK10TP16VC470M 470uF "Capacitor,AL,Chip" MVK6.3TP16VC100M 100uF

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LOC. NO. C1 C100 C100 C100 C1003 C1004 C1005 C1006 C1007 C1008 C1009 C101 C101 C101 C1010 C102 C103 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C1100 C1101 C1104 C1105 C1106 C1108 C1109 C111 C1110 C1111 C1116 C1119 C112 C1120 C1121 C1123 C1125 C1128 C113 C1132 C1133 C1134 C1135 C1136 C114 C115 C116 C117 C119 C120 C1204

PART NO. 0CH3104K566 0CC101CK41A 0CC101CK41A 0CC470CK41A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CC101CK41A 0CK103BH56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CC470CK41A 0CK104CF56A 0CK105CD56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK105CD56A 0CC100CK41A 0CC100CK41A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CC120CK41A 0CC120CK41A 0CK4R7CKFDA 0CK104CF56A 0CK4R7CKFDA 0CK4R7CKFDA 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CC681CK41A 0CK104BF56A 0CK104BF56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CC221CK41A

DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0805B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H101JT 100pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H101JT 100pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H470JT 47pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H101JT 100pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1005X7R1E103KT- 10nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H470JT 47pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608X7R1A105KT 1uF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608X7R1A105KT 1uF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H100JT 10pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H100JT 10pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H120JT 12pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H120JT 12pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603N4R7J500LT 4.7pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603N4R7J500LT 4.7pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603N4R7J500LT 4.7pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H681JT 680pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1005X7R104KET 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1005X7R104KET 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H221JT 220pF

LOC. NO. C1205 C1206 C1207 C1208 C1209 C121 C1210 C1211 C1215 C1216 C122 C123 C1234 C1235 C1239 C124 C1244 C1246 C125 C126 C127 C128 C129 C130 C1300 C1301 C1303 C1304 C1305 C1306 C1307 C1308 C131 C1311 C1312 C1314 C1315 C1316 C1317 C1318 C132 C1320 C1321 C1322 C1326 C1327 C1329 C133 C1330 C1332 C1333 C1335 C1338 C134 C1340

PART NO. 0CK103CK56A 0CK102CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK102CK56A 0CC221CK41A 0CK104CF56A 0CC221CK41A 0CC331CK41A 0CC331CK41A 0CC331CK41A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK102CK56A 0CK102CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK105DH56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK105DH56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK222CK56A 0CK682CK51A 0CK682CK51A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CC030CK01A 0CC030CK01A 0CK104CK56A 0CC560CK41A 0CC560CK41A 0CK104CF56A 0CK474CH94A 0CK474CH94A 0CK103CK56A 0CK474CH94A 0CK104CK56A 0CK474CH94A 0CK104CF56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK474CH94A 0CC101CK41A 0CK474CH94A 0CK471CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK103CK56A

DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B102K500CT 1nF 10% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B102K500CT 1nF 10% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H221JT 220pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H221JT 220pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H331JT 330pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H331JT 330pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H331JT 330pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B102K500CT 1nF 10% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B102K500CT 1nF 10% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012X7R105KFT 1uF 10% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012X7R105KFT 1uF 10% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B222K500CT 2.2nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608Y5P1H682KT 6.8nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608Y5P1H682KT 6.8nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603N3R0C500LT 3pF 0.2 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603N3R0C500LT 3pF 0.2 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H560JT 56pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H560JT 56pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H101JT 100pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608X7R1H471KT 470pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10

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LOC. NO. C1342 C1346 C1347 C135 C1351 C1352 C1353 C1354 C1355 C1356 C1357 C1358 C1359 C136 C1360 C1361 C1362 C1363 C1364 C1365 C1366 C1367 C1368 C1369 C137 C1373 C138 C139 C140 C1402 C1403 C1404 C1409 C141 C1411 C1412 C1413 C1418 C1419 C142 C1420 C1421 C1422 C1423 C1426 C1428 C1429 C143 C1439 C144 C1440 C1441 C1442 C1444 C1445

PART NO. 0CK104CK56A 0CK474CH94A 0CK474CH94A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK222CK56A 0CC102CK41A 0CK104CK56A 0CC101CK41A 0CC221CK41A 0CH2122K516 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CC331CK41A 0CC331CK41A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK682CK51A 0CK682CK51A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK474CH94A 0CK474CH94A 0CK104CF56A 0CK225DFK4A 0CC820CK41A 0CK474CH94A 0CK474CH94A 0CK474CH94A 0CK225DFK4A 0CK474CH94A 0CK104CF56A 0CK474CH94A 0CK104CF56A 0CK225DFK4A 0CK474CH94A 0CK225DFK4A 0CK474CH94A 0CK225DFK4A

DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B222K500CT 2.2nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H102JT 1nF 5% "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H101JT 100pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H221JT 220pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0805B122K500CT 1.2nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H331JT 330pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H331JT 330pF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K500CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608Y5P1H682KT 6.8nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608Y5P1H682KT 6.8nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B103K500CT 10nF 10 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012Y5V1C225MT 2.2uF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H820JT 82pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012Y5V1C225MT 2.2uF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012Y5V1C225MT 2.2uF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012Y5V1C225MT 2.2uF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012Y5V1C225MT 2.2uF

LOC. NO. C1447 C1448 C1449 C145 C1450 C1451 C1452 C1453 C146 C147 C148 C149 C150 C151 C152 C153 C154 C155 C156 C157 C158 C159 C160 C161 C162 C163 C164 C165 C166 C167 C168 C169 C170 C1700 C1701 C1702 C1703 C1704 C1705 C1706 C1707 C1709 C171 C1710 C172 C173 C174 C175 C176 C177 C178 C179 C180 C182 C183

PART NO. 0CK474CH94A 0CK474CH94A 0CK225DFK4A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CC150CK41A 0CC150CK41A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK106EF56A 0CK106EF56A 0CK106EF56A 0CC100CK41A 0CC220CK41A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104BF56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK475CC94A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK103CK56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK104CF56A 0CK105CD56A 0CK104CF56A

DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATION "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603F474Z250CT 470nF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C2012Y5V1C225MT 2.2uF "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H150JT 15pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" C1608C0G1H150JT 15pF 5 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Ceramic,Chip" 0603B104K160CT 100nF 1 "Capacitor,Cera