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Design specifications are subject to change without notice. MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. 9351 Jeronimo Road, Irvine, CA 92618-1904 Copyright © 2007 Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. All Rights Reserved CAUTION: Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service person read the "SAFETY PRECAUTIONS" and "PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE" contained in this manual. Ser Ser Ser Ser Ser vice vice vice vice vice Manual Manual Manual Manual Manual 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC DLP PROJECTION HDTV V36, V36L, V37, V37L & V38 CHASSIS Input Level : AUDIO IN JACK (RCA Type) (continued) -4.7dBm 43kunbalanced : S-VIDEO IN JACK (Y/C separate type) Y:1.0 Vp-p C:0.286Vp-p(BURST) 75unbalanced : COMP / Y, Cr, Cb (RCA Type) Y: 1.0 Vp-p Cr, Cb: 700mVp-p Output Level : VIDEO OUT JACK (RCA Type) 1.0Vp-p 75unbalanced (V38 only) : AUDIO OUT JACK (RCA Type) -4.7dBm 4.7kunbalanced Digital : IEEE-1394 I/O Jacks (V38 only) : AC-3 Digital Audio Output (RCA Type) : HDMI TM : IR Blaster Output (V37/V37L/V38 only) : USB : PC - use HMDI TM WD-52327 WD-52527 Pb Solder SPECIFICATIONS Power Input : AC 120V, 60Hz Power Usage : See table on page 5 Light Engine : DLP TM (1920 x 1080 pixels) 6 Primary Color System Light Source : 180W Channel Range : Air VHF - 2~13, UHF - 14~69 Analog Cable - 1~125 Digital Cable - 1~135 Antenna Input : 2 RF 75unbalanced • Tuning : 1 NTSC/ATSC/QAM Cabinet Dimensions : See Table on page 5 • Weight : See table on page 5 Speakers (410W) : Two 5½"x2¼" Oval Input Level : VIDEO IN JACK (RCA Type) 1.0Vp-p 75unbalanced V36 V37 V38 WD-57733 WD-57734 WD-57833 WD-65733 WD-65734 WD-65833 WD-73733 WD-73734 WD-73833 V36L V37L WD-C657 WD-Y577 WD-Y657

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  • Design specifications are subject to change without notice.

    MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.9351 Jeronimo Road, Irvine, CA 92618-1904

    Copyright 2007 Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc.All Rights Reserved

    CAUTION:Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service person read the "SAFETY PRECAUTIONS" and"PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE" contained in this manual.

    SerSerSerSerServiceviceviceviceviceManualManualManualManualManual

    20072007200720072007

    MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC

    DLP PROJECTION HDTVV36, V36L, V37, V37L & V38 CHASSIS

    Input Level : AUDIO IN JACK (RCA Type) (continued) -4.7dBm 43k unbalanced

    : S-VIDEO IN JACK(Y/C separate type)Y:1.0 Vp-p C:0.286Vp-p(BURST)75 unbalanced

    : COMP / Y, Cr, Cb (RCA Type)Y: 1.0 Vp-p Cr, Cb: 700mVp-p

    Output Level : VIDEO OUT JACK (RCA Type)1.0Vp-p 75 unbalanced(V38 only)

    : AUDIO OUT JACK (RCA Type)-4.7dBm 4.7k unbalanced

    Digital : IEEE-1394 I/O Jacks (V38 only): AC-3 Digital Audio Output

    (RCA Type): HDMITM: IR Blaster Output (V37/V37L/V38 only): USB: PC - use HMDITM

    WD-52327WD-52527

    Pb Solder

    SPECIFICATIONS Power Input : AC 120V, 60Hz Power Usage : See table on page 5 Light Engine : DLPTM (1920 x 1080 pixels)

    6 Primary Color System

    Light Source : 180W Channel Range : Air VHF - 2~13, UHF - 14~69

    Analog Cable - 1~125Digital Cable - 1~135

    Antenna Input : 2 RF 75 unbalanced

    Tuning : 1 NTSC/ATSC/QAM

    Cabinet Dimensions : See Table on page 5

    Weight : See table on page 5

    Speakers (4 10W) : Two 5"x2" Oval

    Input Level : VIDEO IN JACK (RCA Type) 1.0Vp-p 75 unbalanced

    V36 V37 V38WD-57733 WD-57734 WD-57833WD-65733 WD-65734 WD-65833WD-73733 WD-73734 WD-73833

    V36L V37LWD-C657 WD-Y577

    WD-Y657

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................ 5Dimensions, weight, power usage, etc. ........................................................................................... 5

    PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE ............................................................................................................. 5

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................................. 6

    DISASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................. 7Back Cover Removal ....................................................................................................................... 7Chassis Removal ............................................................................................................................ 7Chassis Disassembly ..................................................................................................................... 8

    OPTICAL ENGINE............................................................................................................................ 13Optical Engine Removal from cabinet ............................................................................................ 13Optical Engine Removal from Sub Assembly ................................................................................. 14Optical Engine Sub Assembly ....................................................................................................... 15Engine Installation & Ballast Removal ........................................................................................... 16

    SCREEN DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................. 17Rear Escutcheon Removal (V38 models ONLY) ............................................................................ 17Screen Assembly (Bezel) Removal ............................................................................................... 17Screen Removal From Bezel ......................................................................................................... 19Screen Replacement. ................................................................................................................... 21

    SPEAKER & PWB-SBL Replacement ............................................................................................ 22Speaker Replacement ................................................................................................................... 22PWB-SBL-L & PWB-SBL-R Replacement (V38 models ONLY) .................................................... 22

    INITIAL SETTINGS, INITIALIZATION & TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................... 23Option Menu & Remote Controls .................................................................................................. 23Digital Signal Strength ................................................................................................................... 23Reset and Initialization .................................................................................................................. 24Initial Settings ............................................................................................................................... 25LED Indications ............................................................................................................................ 27Error Code Operation .................................................................................................................... 28Lamp Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................... 29

    SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................................................................... 31Equipment & Test Signals ............................................................................................................. 31Circuit Adjustment Mode ............................................................................................................... 31Horizontal & Vertical Centering Adjustment ................................................................................... 32Manual Keystone Geometry Alignment ......................................................................................... 32

    Full Adjustment Mode Activation .......................................................................................... 32Full Adjustment Mode Procedure ......................................................................................... 33Touch Up Adjustment Mode ................................................................................................. 34

    Data Transfer ................................................................................................................................ 34

    USING LEAD FREE SOLDER .......................................................................................................... 35

    CHIP PARTS REPLACEMENT ......................................................................................................... 36

    REPLACEMENT PARTS .................................................................................................................. 37Parts Ordering .............................................................................................................................. 37

    CONTENTS

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    Critical and Warranty Parts Designation........................................................................................ 37Parts Tolerance Codes .................................................................................................................. 37

    Quick Reference List ...................................................................................................................... 38

    SERVICE PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................... 39

    SCREEN ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST.................................................................................................. 47

    MIRROR REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................ 49

    CIRCUITRY BLOCK DIAGRAMS ..................................................................................................... 52V36/V37/V38 Main Power Supply ................................................................................................. 52V36/V37/V38 PWB-MAIN DC to DC Supplies ............................................................................... 53V36/V37 Overall Video Signal Path ............................................................................................... 54V38 Overall Video Signal Path ...................................................................................................... 55V36/V37/V38 PWB-TERMINAL Video Select Circuitry .................................................................. 56V36/V37/V38 Overall Sound Signal Path ....................................................................................... 57V36/V37/V38 PWB-TERMINAL Sound Select Circuitry ................................................................. 58V36/V37/38 Overall Control Circuitry ............................................................................................. 59V36/V37/V38 Engine & Lamp Control Circuitry ............................................................................. 60V36/V37/V38 Auto Input/Output Detect Circuitry ........................................................................... 61V36/V37/V38 Short Protect Circuitry ............................................................................................. 62

    SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS .....................................................................................................................

    Digital Light Processing, Digital Micro Mirror Device and DLP are Trademarks of Texas Instruments.Dolby and Dolby digital are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.DTV Link is a trademark of Consumer Electronics AssociationHDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC..

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    INTRODUCTION

    This service manual provides service instructions for the V36, V37, V36L, V37L and V38 chassis types. The specificmodels for each chassis type, dimensions and weight are listed below. Service personnel should read this manualthoroughly before servicing these chassis.

    This service manual includes:1. Assembly and disassembly instructions for cabinet and chassis components.2. Servicing of the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.3. Servicing printed circuit boards (PCBs).4. Electrical and Mechanical adjustments.6. Chip parts replacement procedures.7. Circuit path diagrams.

    The parts list section of this service manual includes:1. Cabinet and screen parts.2. Electrical parts.

    Schematic and block diagrams of the above listed models are included in this service manual for better understandingof the circuitry.

    PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

    Many electrical and mechanical parts in television receivers have special safety related characteristics. These charac-teristics are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained byusing replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.

    Replacement parts which have special safety characteristics are identified in this service manual.

    Electrical components having such features are identified by shading on the schematic diagram and parts list of thisservice manual, and by marking on the supplementary sheet for this chassis to be issued subsequently. Therefore,the replacement for any safety part should be identical in value and characteristics.

    Pb SolderThe PWBs used in the V36, V37, V36L, V37L and V38 chassis are constructed using Lead-Freesolder. When servicing use only recommended Lead-Free solder (refer to page 35).

    MODEL CHASSIS HEIGHT WIDTH DEPTH WEIGHT POWER USAGEWD-57733 V36 35" 51.3" 13.9" 62 lbs 260WWD-65733 V36 39.5" 58.2" 15.4" 78 lbs "WD-73733 V36 43.6" 65.2" 17.5" 107.8lbs "WD-57734 V37 35" 51.3" 13.9" 62 lbs 265WWD-65734 V37 39.5" 58.2" 15.4" 78 lbs "WD-73734 V37 43.6" 65.2" 17.5" 107.8lbs "WD-C657 V36L 39.5" 58.2" 15.4" 78 lbs 260WWD-Y577 V37L 35" 51.3" 13.9" 62 lbs 265WWD-Y657 V37L 39.5" 58.2" 15.4" 78 lbs "WD-57833 V38 35" 51.3" 13.9" 62 lbs 275WWD-65833 V38 39.5" 58.2" 15.4" 78 lbs "WD-73833 V38 43.6" 65.2" 17.5" 107.8lbs "

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSNOTICE: Observe all cautions and safety related notes located inside the receiver cabinet and on the

    receiver chassis.

    WARNING:1. Operation of this receiver outside the cabinet or with the cover removed presents a shock hazard

    from the receiver's power supplies. Work on the receiver should not be attempted by anyone who isnot thoroughly familiar with the precautions necessary when working on high voltage equipment.

    2. When service is required, observe the original lead dress. Where a short-circuit has occurred, replacethose components that indicate evidence of overheating.

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONTo protect your eyes, do not look directly into the lamp, or light coming directly from the lamp, lens ormirror.

    Leakage current checkBefore returning the receiver to the customer, it is recommended that leakage current be measured according to thefollowing methods.

    1. Cold CheckWith the alternating current (AC) plug removed from the AC source, place a jumper across the two AC plugprongs. Connect one lead of an ohm meter to the AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal part(i.e. antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw heads, metal overlay, control shafts, etc.), particularly anyexposed metal part that has a return path to the chassis. The resistance of the exposed metal parts having areturn path to the chassis should be a minimum of 1Meg Ohm. Any resistance below this value indicates anabnormal condition and requires corrective action.

    2. Hot Check ...Use the circuit shown below to perform the hot check test.1. Keep switch S1 open and connect the receiver to the measuring circuit. Immediately after

    connection, and with the switching devices of the receiver in their operating positions, measure the leakage current for both positions of switch S2.2. Close switch S1, energizing the receiver. Immediately after closing switch S1, and with the

    switching devices of the receiver in their operating positions, measure the leakage current for both positions of switch S2. Repeat the current measurements of items 1 and 2 after the receiver has

    reached thermal stabilization. The leakage current must not exceed 0.5 milliampere (mA).

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    Back Cover Removal

    Back Cover Removal Procedure

    1) Remove 10 screws (A) from the back cover(11 IN 73 models)..

    2) Pull the back cover from the TV.

    Back Cover InstallationReverse the removal procedure but installthe Lamp Cover Last.

    Chassis Removal

    Chassis Removal1) Remove four screws (A)2) Disconnect all cables connecting to the chassis.3) Carefully slide the chassis out of the Cabinet.

    V36 & V377 V387

    V36 / V37 / V38

    DISASSEMBLY

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    V36 & V377

    V387

    Chassis DisassemblySHIELD-MAIN-TERMINAL Removal

    Shield-Main-Terminal Removal Procedure1) Remove two nuts (B) from the RF inputs.2) Remove two hex screws (C) from the Monitor Link socket. (V38 ONLY)3) Remove 11 screws (A) that secure the Main Terminal Shield to the chassis.4) Pull the Main Terminal Shield away from the chassis.

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    Chassis Disassembly (continued)

    PWB-TERMINAL Removal1) Remove three screws (A).2) Carefully lift the PWB-TERMINAL

    and its support bracket from thechassis.

    PWB-POWER Removal1) Remove five screws (B)2) Disconnect all cables to the PWB-

    POWER.3) Release clips (C).4) Carefully lift the PWB-POWER from the

    chassis box.

    PWB-TERMINAL Replacement1) Reverse the removal procedure to

    install the new PWB-TERMINAL.2) Transfer data from PWB-MAIN to

    the new PWB-TERMINAL. (Referto Data transfer on page 34).

    PWB-POWER Installation1) Reverse the removal procedure to install a

    new PWB-POWER.2) No data transfer is required.

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    Chassis Cover Removal1) Remove 5 screws (C),

    6 screws On the V38.2) Lift the Chassis Cover from

    the chassis box.

    Chassis Disassembly (continued)

    V36 & V377

    V387

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    PWB-HDMI-FRONT Removal (V37& V38 models only)

    1) Disconnect all cables to PWB-HDMI-FRONT

    2) Remove three screws (D).3) Carefully lift the PWB-HDMI-

    FRONT from the chassis box.4) To remove PWB-HDMI, remove

    two screws (E) and slide the PWBout the rear of the shield.

    PWB-MAIN Removal1) Disconnect all cables to PWB-MAIN2) Remove two screws (D).3) Remove nine screws (E), [seven screws (E) in

    the V38].2) Carefully lift the PWB-MAIN from the chassis

    box.

    PWB-MAIN Installation1) Install two screws (D) first2) Then install screws (E).3) After installation:

    Restore Alignment and White Balance data. Restore Keystone Geometry Alignment( Refer to page 33)

    V377

    V38

    V36 & V377

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657 / WD-Y577WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    V387

    PWB-MAIN Removal (V38)

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    OPTICAL ENGINE REMOVAL

    OPTICAL ENGINE ASSEMBLY REMOVAL1) Remove 3 screws (C) from the Optical Engine.2) Disconnect all cables to the Optical Engine Assembly.3) Carefully slide the Optical Engine assembly from the cabinet.

    OPTICAL ENGINE ASSEMBLY AND CONNECTOR LOCATIONS(Rear View)

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    OPTICAL ENGINE REMOVAL FROM SUB ASSEMBLY

    Figure 1: Engine Assembly (Rear View)

    Figure 2: Engine Assembly (Front View)

    SEPARATION PROCEDURE1) Loosen 2 screws (B) and remove the Lamp Cartridge (Figure 1).2) Remove screw (A) to remove the Ballast (refer to page 16).3) Disconnect Ballast Fan and Lamp Fan from the back of the Engine (connectors J4 and J8) and

    loosen wiring harnesses from looms, refer to page 13 for connector locations.4) Remove 2 screws (C) in the upper duct, one in the front and one in the rear, (Figures 1 & 2).5) Remove 6 screws (D) from the upper duct (Figure 3).6) Release the 2 latches (E) between the upper and lower ducts (Figure 3).7) Carefully remove the upper duct.8) Remove the Ballast Fan and Lamp Fan noting their positions for reassembly.9) Remove the 2 bottom duct screws (F). (Figures 1 & 2)10) Remove the Engine from the bottom duct.

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    Figure 3: Optical Engine Sub Assembly (Exploded View)

    FLANGES AlignOnto GUIDE PINS

    NOTES:a. The Sirocco Fan must be installed with the Label facing up with the Flanges aligned onto the Guide Pins.b. The Exhaust fan must be installed with the Label facing towards the inside of the Duct.c. There are Four Exhaust Fan Holders, two on the top and two on the bottom.

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    ENGINE REPLACEMENT1) Reverse the removal procedure to install a new Engine.2) After a new Engine is installed refer to page 34 and:

    Load Index Delay Data from the Engine to the PWB-MAIN. If needed - adjust Horizontal and Vertical Centering (page 31). If needed - adjust Manual Keystone (page 32).

    BALLAST ASSEMBLY REMOVALREMOVAL PROCEDURE

    1) Remove the Lamp Cartridge2) Remove screw (b) and the two support screws from the Ballast3) Slide the Ballast Assembly out the rear of the Engine.4) Disconnect connectors CJ1 and CJ3

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    SCREEN REMOVAL & REPLACEMENTWD-57833, WD-65833 & WD-73833 OnlyEscutcheon RemovalBefore Removing the Screen Assembly(V38 Models Only)

    1) Remove 2 screws (A) at the lower rear corner onthe right side.

    2) Remove the small escutcheoncover to access theSB1 connector

    3) Unplug the SB1 connector. This disconnects thePWB-SBL-R & PWB-SBL-L (mounted on thescreen Bezel), from the chassis.

    Screen Assembly (Bezel) Removal1) Remove all rear screws (B) except one in an upper corner (To support the

    screen assembly while removing the front mounting screws).

    57 inch Models

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    SCREEN REPLACEMENT (continued)

    65 inch Models

    73 inch Models

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    Screen Assembly Removal(continued)

    2) Open the Control Panel door and remove two screws (A).3) Remove the remaining rear screw in the upper corner and carefully pull the screen assembly

    from the cabinet.

    Screen Removal From the BEZEL-FRONT1) Remove the screws (A) from the top, bottom and side rails.2) Lift the Fresnel Lens and Lenticular screen from the BEZEL-FRONT.

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    Screen Removal From the BEZEL-FRONT (continued)

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    Screen ReplacementCAUTION: Wear gloves when handling the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.

    This prevents cuts and finger prints. Do not place Fresnel Lens in the sun.This may cause fire and heat related injuries.

    Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Replacement1) Apply LENS-TAPE along the rear top edge of the Lenticular Screen.2) Place the Fresnel Lens on top of the Lenticular Screen, and apply pressure along the top edge.3) Place the screens in the screen frame and reinstall the cushions, top, bottom and side rails.

    NOTE: The Lenticular Screen label must face the front and the Fresnel Lens label face the rear.

    4) Reverse the Screen Removal Procedure and insert the screens in the Bezel.

    Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Removal1) Remove the top, bottom and side HOLDER-SCREEN rails and their cushions from the Bezel.2) Lift the screens as a single unit from the frame.2. Separate the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.

    Note: When separating the Lenticular Screen from the Fresnel Lens, use cautionwhile prying the Screen and Lens apart. Use a slot type screw driver, andremove the pressure sensitive double sided tape.

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    Speaker Replacement1) Remove the Bezel screen assembly to access the speakers.2) Remove 2 screws (A) and carefully slide the Speaker Assembly from the cabinet.3) Disconnect the leads to the speaker.4) Remove 4 screws (B) to remove the speaker from the speaker cover.5) Reverse the procedure to install a replacement speaker.

    WD-57833, WD-65833 & WD-73833 (Only)PWB-SBL-R & PWB-SBL-L Replacement

    1) The screen Bezel Assembly must be removed to access the PWBs-SBL (refer to the V38 Bezel RemovalProcedure).

    2) Remove 2 screws (A) to remove the PWB-SBL assembly from the Bezel.3) Remove 4 screws (B) to remove the PWB from the assembly.4) Reverse the procedure to install a replacement PWB-SBL.

    SPEAKERASSEMBLY

    V38 SBLASSEMBLY

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    OPTION MENU1. Press the MENU button on the remote hand unit.2. Press the buttons 2, 4, 7 and 0 in order. (The screen will change to the option menu.)

    V36/V37 REMOTE

    Digital Signal Strength1. Tune to a Digital Channel2. From the Option menu scroll down and highlight Digital Signal Strength3. Press Enter

    SNR Recommended Levels:VSB = 15 to 3564 QAM = 22 to 34256 QAM = 27 to 37

    Example of Digital Signal Strength DisplaySignal QualityIndex (0-100)

    Signal NoiseRatio

    Tuner 0 Tuner 1 OOB TunerFrequency (MHz): 597 0 75.2Signal Level: 8 0 0Modulation: 256 QAM UnknownCarrier Lock: Locked Unknown LockedSQI 100 0SNR 34.3 0 23.77Correctable errors: 0 0UnCorrectabel errors: 0 0

    V38 REMOTE

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    RESET / INITIALIZATION GUIDE

    NOTE: During Initialization, the set willreboot. Wait until the Power LED stopsflashing before unplugging or poweringON the TV.

    Reset / Intialization

    SERVICE TIP:Many customer generated symptoms, intermittent symptoms or no symptom found can be resolved by using thevarious Reset and Initialization options. Before visiting the customers home ask the customer 1st to try the SystemReset button on the control panel and if this does not resolve the issue, then they can perform an A/V Reset bypressing the Guide + Format buttons on the front panel at the same time. Then, if necessary, perform a user levelInitialization by pressing MENU-123-ENTER with the remote. The customer should be made aware when settingsand/or options will be reset. For more information, see the chart below.

    Reset Name When to use How to use Resulting ActionRemote Control TV Layer Reset

    Returns the remote control TV layer to normal operation.

    (1) (2) (3) (3)

    Set the slide switch to TV position. Press and hold the POWER button until it flashes twice then release the button.Enter the code 0 0 9 3 5.

    Once the valid code has been entered and confirmed, the remote control has been reset.

    Remote Control TV Volume/Mute functions

    Returns the volume and mute functions of the remote control to TV volume and mute for TV, Cable/Sat, VCR and DVD layers after the Audio Lock for AV Receiver feature has been used.

    (1) (2) (3) (3)

    Set the slide switch to TV position.Press and hold the POWER button until it flashes twice then release the button.Enter the code 9 9 3 VOL UP.

    The remote will now operate the TV's volume and mute when the slide switch is in the TV, CABLE/SAT, VCR or DVD positions.

    A/V Memory Reset, by individual input

    When the audio and or video settings for a single input seems to incorrect

    MENU --> Audio/Video--> AV Reset All Audio and Video settings for the individual input are reset except for the Listen To, Language, Balance and Closed Caption settings.

    A/V Reset, all inputs

    To reset audio and video adjustments for all inputs to the original factory settings.

    While viewing the TV, press the front panel buttons GUIDE + FORMAT at the same time.

    All Audio and Video settings are reset to the factory default settings. No other menu options are changed.

    System Reset To reset the TV when it does not turn on or off, does not respond to the remote control, front panel buttons or has other unusual symptoms.

    Press the SYSTEM RESET button on the front panel with a pointed object such as a pencil or paperclip.

    TV Micro Re-boots. Note: The changes made during the current TV-On period may be lost. All other previous user settings will not be lost.

    Initialize User Level To reset all customer settings except V-Chip

    Press MENU - 123 - ENTER All customer menu options and A/V settings except V-Chip are reset to factory default.

    Initialize - Service Level

    To reset all customer settings MENU - 2470. Highlight INITIALIZE and press ENTER

    All customer menu options and A/V settings are reset to factory default.

    V-Chip Password Bypass

    If V-Chip password is not known Press QV + 9 at the same time. Password will be bypassed. If in the V-Chip menu, enter a new password.

    Unlock Front Panel To unlock the front panel if it has been locked in the V-Chip Menu.

    Press and hold the front panel MENU button for 8 seconds.

    Front Panel becomes operational. Other V-Chip settings not changed. Note: Cannot be performed while in the Low Power mode and the set is Off.

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    INITIAL SETTINGSRecord (V38 Only) Captions Menu (continued)Record Color White

    Channel -- Background BlackRecord to -- Opacity TranslucentDuration (1hr.) Background Opacity TranslucentStart Time (12:00pm) Setup MenuDay (Sunday) Language (Idioma) EnglishADD -- Scan

    Record List (1Empty) Ant1 Air --Cancel Grey out Ant1 Cable --Setup -- Ant2 Air --

    Analog Recordings (anamorphic) Ant2 Cable --Version Mode (Only V38) V38 XXXX.XX StartAudio/Video EditSettings Channel in Memory 2, AddedVideo Name --

    Picture Mode Brilliant FAV1 ~ FAV6 uncheckedBrilliant Contrast 100% LockBrilliant Brightness 50% ClockColor 50% Settings ManualTint 50% Time 12:00PMSharpness 50% Date 1/01/2007Brilliant Color Temp. High Time Zone EastenDeep Field Imager (V37/V38) On Daylight Savings Applies

    Audio Timer Gray outSpeakers (A/V Receiver) Timer OffBass 50% Day DailyTrebel 50% Time 12:00PMBalance 50% Device ANT-1Suround Off Channel 2Listen To (Analog only) Stereo Energy Mode High Power Quick OnLanguage (Digital only) English Version mode V36 XXX.XXLevel Sound On (Only V36/36L/37/37L)

    Reset (For current source only) -- Inputs MenuPerfectColor Name

    PerfectColor On Ant-1 OnPerfecTint (Only V37, V38) On Ant-2 On

    Global Input-1 Gray outVideo Mute On Input-2 Gray outFilm Mode Auto Input-3 (Front) Gray outVideo Noise (Off-Low-Mid-High) Medium Comp-1 Gray outSharpEdge (V37/V38) On Comp-2 Gray out

    Captions Menu Comp-3 (Front) (N/A V36L) Gray outClosed Captions HDMI-1 Gray outAnalog Captions On if Mute HDMI-2 Gray out

    Background Gray HDMI-3 Gray outDigital Captions On if Mute HDMI-4 (Front) Gray outAppearance Default (Only V37, 37L, 38)

    Digital Learn (Only V37, 37L, 38)Font Font 3 A/V Receiver (Grayout for Ant, 1394)Size Large (Only V37, 37L, 38) Gray until auto sensing

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    A. A/V MemoryEach of the external inputs has its own Audio/Video Memory. A change in an A/V setting at a specific input isstored in memory for that specific input.

    B. A/V Reset1. Pressing the front panel GUIDE and FORMAT buttons at the same time initializes all A/V Memories.2. The AV Reset in the users menu initializes only the selected inputs A/V Memory.

    INITIAL SETTINGS (continued)Inputs Menu (continued) Inputs Menu (parental lock)) (continued)

    Learn Other Ratings Gray out until availableLearn/Name -- Other ratings OffAssign Input 1 Gray out Rating group TBDAssign Input 2 Gray out Rating TBDAssign Input 3 Gray out TimeAssign Input 4 Gray out Lock by Time Off

    Guide Lock Time 12:00PMGuide Off Unlock Time 12:00PMDevices Cable box Front PanelZip Code 00000 Front Button Lock Off

    Order -- TV Volume 30%Inputs Menu (parental lock)) DW Source (Only V38) ANT-1 002U.S. Ratings DW Position (Only V38) Right half

    Lock Off PIP/POP Format (Only V38) Double Window OnlyTV Rating TV-PG FormatFV-Fantasy Violence unchecked Ant1, 2 (480i) StretchD-Sexual Dialog unchecked Ant1, 2 (HD Digital) StandardL-Adult Language unchecked Input-1, 2, 3 StandardS-Sexual Situations unchecked Comp-1, 2, 3 StandardV-Violence unchecked HDMI-1, 2, 3, 4 (Video or PC) StandardMovie Rating PG 1394 Devices (Only V38) StandardStart Time 12:00PM USB Photo StandardStop Time 12:00PM

    INITIAL A/V SETTINGS

    A/V Memory Ant INPUT COMP1394 (V38

    Only)HDMI

    (Video)HDMI (PC)

    USB (JPEG)

    Picture Mode Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant BrilliantBrilliant Contrast MAX MAX MAX MAX MAX MAX MAXBrilliant Brightness Center Center Center Center Center Center CenterColor Center Center Center Center Center Center CenterTint Center Center Center Center Center Center CenterSharpness Center Center Center Center Center Center CenterColor Temp. High High High High High High HighPerfectColor Center Center Center Center Center Center CenterPerfecTint(V37-V38)Video Noise Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium MediumFilm Mode Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto n/a n/aSharpEdge(V37-V38)Bass Center Center Center Center Center Center n/aTreble Center Center Center Center Center Center n/aBalance Center Center Center Center Center Center n/aSurround Off Off Off Off Off Off n/aListen To Stereo n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/aLevel Sound On On On On On On n/aLanguage(Digital Only)Vertical Position n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Center n/aHorizontal Position n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Center n/aFine Detail n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Center n/a

    On On On

    English Englishn/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

    On On On On

    Center Center CenterCenter Center Center Center

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    3. Error Code Operational CheckNote: The TV must be in Shut Down and not have been switched Off, to perform the Error Code Opera-

    tional Check. When the TV is switched Off, the code automatically resets to 12 No Error.

    Pressing the front panel INPUT and MENU buttons at the same time, and holding for 5 seconds,activates the Error Code Mode. The TIMER LED flashes denoting a two digit Error Code, or indicating noproblem has occurred since the last Initialization.

    Note: The front panel buttons must be used, NOT those on the Remote Control. The number of flashes indicates the value of the MSD (tens digit) of the Error Code. The flashing then pauses for approximately 1/2 second. The LED then flashes indicating the value of the LSD (ones digit) of the Error Code. The Error Code is repeated a total of 5 times.

    Example: If the Error Code is 23, the LED will flash two times, pause, and then flash three times.

    LED Indicator DiagnosticsThe front panel LEDs provide an indication of the sets operation, and the possible cause of a malfunction. There are threefront panel LEDs, Power, Status and Lamp. The LED display shows the current status or indicates a possiblemalfunction.

    Power/Timer LED Status LED Lamp LED Condition

    Off Off Off Off (Standby)Green Fast

    Blink Off Off Initialization (10 - 65 seconds) (AC Off)

    Off Off Green Fast BlinkLamp cooling (1 minute after PTV Off) (Fan is still working)

    Green Off Off Power OnBlinking Green Off Off Power On Timer is set

    Power/Timer LED Status LED Lamp LED Condition

    Off Yellow Off Temperature high - room too hot. Temperature sensor is disconnected

    Off Off Blinking Yellow Lamp cover open.

    Lamp Failure - Lamp failed to turn On.Off Off Red* Lamp is broken

    Lamp turns Off during P-ON

    Off Blinking Red Off Fan Stopped

    Circuit failure (short)Disconnected DVI cable, chassis to engine

    Off Red Off No LAMP-EN signal from Engine to turnthe lamp On.

    Ballast UART communication problem.* A red Lamp LED only occurs after 3 attempts to light the lamp.

    Each attempt (pressing POWER) must be at least 65 seconds apart. .During each attempt ballast striking may be audible.

    NORMAL LED INDICATIONS

    ABNORMAL LED INDICATIONS

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    4. Error CodesThe Error Code designations indicating malfunction, or no malfunction, are listed below:

    Code 34(1) - Lamp Enable is generated to activate the LampCode 57(2) - Lamp Enable is generated during P-ON sequence, but no Lamplit signal is received from the Ballast.Code 61(3) - No Lamp Enable is received at the DM and Ballast.Code 66 (4) - Lamp enable is received at the DM but not at the Ballast.

    ERROR CODE:17 - Communication failure between engine and TV Micro (pins 6 & 7)18 - TV Micro does dot receive ASIC READY command from the Engine44 - DVI cable is disconnected, pin 14 is High from pull up resistor.

    DVI Connector Related Error Codes

    Code Description Most Likey Cause12 No Error found17 Communication loss, TV Micro - Engine (3.3V-ENG-SDA & SCL) Engine Failure

    18 Engine will not accept data (ASIC-READY signal from Engine is not detected).Loose PE or PE2 connector (no 12V from PWB-POWER; Engine Failure

    32 Lamp cover is open. Lamp Cover SwitchLamp turns Off while the TV is playing.

    34(1) (Lamp failure) Lamp Cartridge(Lamp Enable signal from engine is lost)

    36 Exhaust Fan failed. Loose J4 connector37 Engine (DMD) fan failed. Loose J5 connector38 Lamp temperature abnormally high. Poor Air Circulation39 DMD temperature abnormally high. Poor Air Circulation41 Standby Supply Short is detected. (IC7A01 pin 89). PWB-MAIN Failure42 Sirocco fan failed (Lamp/Ballast fan). Loose J8 connector

    Check for disconnected DVI cable between PWB-DM and Engine.(Engine pulls DVI pin 14 Low)

    48 3.3V supply short (IC7A01 pin 124). PWB-MAIN Failure

    57(2) Ballast communication problem (ballast to chassis)Loose FB, CJ3, CJ1, PL or JE connector; Ballast Failure

    61(3) No LAMP-EN output from the engine to the ballast Engine FailureLamp did not turn on at P-ON sequence Loose J4 connector

    66(4) (No Lamp inserted) Lamp Cartridge or poor (Disconnected cable between ballast and lamp) connection to lamp.(Lamp-Enable goes to DM but not to Ballast)

    44 DVI Cable unplugged

    ERROR CODES

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    V36 / V37 / V38 Lamp Control Block Diagram

    NOTE: To operate the TV with the back cover removed, install the LampCover to activate the Lamp Switch.

    The Flow Chart on the following page helps to determinethe cause of a Lamp problem

    Lamp TroubleshootingUse the above Error Code Table, the Lamp Control Block diagram, and the Troubleshooting flow chart on the following pagesto determine if a lamp problem is due to the Lamp, Ballast, Power Supply or Light Engine.

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    Lamp Troubleshooting Flow Chart

    Install Lamp Cover with no Lamp Override Lamp Switch Monitor Ballast spark gap. Press "POWER' Spark gap arc?

    Press"POWER"

    PE ConnectorPins 1 & 2=12V

    BallastDC Supply?

    CheckPWB-POWER

    ReplaceLamp

    CheckPWB-POWER

    H for 5 sec. L for 10 sec. H for 1 sec> Stays Low

    PL (1to5)=340VFB pin 3=5vs

    ReplaceBallast

    ReplaceEngine

    H for 4 sec. L for 10 sec. Repeats several times

    ReplaceLamp

    Install Lamp & Lamp Cover

    CheckBallastStriking

    ReplaceLamp

    CheckLAMP-EN(FB pin 4)

    Yes

    NG

    No

    OK

    Yes Pulses

    No

    No Pulse

    Pulses

    Yes

    Yes

    ENG-PWR(PD-17)

    CheckEngine Power

    Code 61Code 61

    Code 34Code 34

    Code 57Code 57

    Check PathDVI pin 20

    Q7A03/Q7A05FB pin 4

    ReplacePWB-MAIN

    Open

    OK

    Code 66Code 66

    Lamp Lights then goes out

    Lamp does not Light

    Code 66Code 66

    Check Cable Connections

    DVI, FB & CJ1

    CircuitProblem

    OK

    Code 66Code 66

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    SERVICE ADJUSTMENTSThere are 3 Service Adjustments required in these models:Electrical Adjustments (there are no mechanical adjustments)

    Horizontal Centering Vertical Centering 16 Point Geometric Distortion

    Measuring equipment and Jigs No additional Test Equipment is required. Remote Control

    Test SignalAn internally generated Test Signal is used. No additional external signals are required.

    Circuit Adjustment ModeOn these models, the Circuit Adjustment Mode is used for:

    Test Signal activation Horizontal and Vertical Centering Auto-alignment of edge geometry The following adjustments may only be performed using the remote control.

    Horizontal and Vertical Centering Adjustment1. Activating the adjustment mode

    1. Press the MENU button on a remote hand unit. (The MENU display will appear.)2. Press the buttons 2, 4, 5 and 7 in that order. (Adjustment mode will appear.)If not changed to the adjustment mode press EXIT and repeat steps 1 and 2.

    2. Test Signal Activation (for H and V position adjustment)When in the Circuit Adjustment mode, press PLAY then REWIND twice on the remote control to activatethe test pattern. This pattern is used for H+V electrical centering adjustments. To cycle through the varioustest patterns, press PLAY then REWIND or FAST FORWARD.

    Centering Test Pattern

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    3. Adjustment Function SelectionUse the AUDIO button to select a specific Adjustment Function.NOTE: There are 2 Service Functions on these chassis: TVM and the ASIC function.

    4. Adjustment SelectionUse the VIDEO button to select a specific electrical adjustment, 1.HVPOS.

    5. Adjusting DataAfter selecting an adjustment item, use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to change

    adjustment. If the UP/DOWN button is pressed, the VPOS adjustment data changes. If the LEFT/RIGHT button is pressed, the HPOS adjustment data changes.

    6. Saving dataPress ENTER to save the adjustment data in memory.The display characters go red for approximately one second in this step.

    Note: If the circuit adjustment mode is terminated without pressingENTER, changes in adjustment data are not saved.

    16-Point Geometric Distortion CorrectionSummary:

    Calculates new geometry based on positional movement of 16 points 16-Point correction replaces mechanical adjustment Alignment does not effect center, it only affects the edge geometry When the adjustment mode is activated all 16 points will be set to default position Pressing the INFO button will perform the distortion calculation and finalize the adjustment The adjustment is not saved until the ENTER button has been pressed Pressing the ENTER button will save, however it will not indicate this in any manner For the adjustment to work properly all 16 points must be aligned before pressing INFO button

    NOTE: In the PC Input or FX Game Mode electronic geometric correction is not available.

    1. Activating the Adjustment Mode1. Press the MENU button on a remote hand unit. (The MENU display will appear.)2. Press the buttons 2, 4, 5, 7, pause and then press 0 (Data Selection Mode will appear)

    3. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight MANUAL KEYSTONE GEOMETRY ALIGNMENT and press ENTER. The following pattern appears (see next page).

    NOTE 1: If data is out of range, you may need to perform reset - Press (1) then INFO). This nulls all correction data.NOTE 2: To restore the original factory correction data, repeat steps 1 thru 3, select RESTORE KEYSTONE

    GEOMETRY FROM BACK UP and press ENTER.

    MENU + 2 4 5 7

    ISF

    Function TVMAdjustment 1. HVPOS 65533 Data (HPOS)

    65530 Data (VPOS)

    RESTORE ALIGNMENT AND WHITE BALANCE SETTINGS FROM BACKUPRESTORE KEYSTONE GEOMETRY FROM BACKUPMANUAL KEYSTONE GEOMETRY ALIGNMENTLOAD INDEX DELAY FROM ENGINECOPY SETTINGS TO BACKUP

    WARNING - only use "COPY SETTINGS TO BACKUP" after replacing PWB-TERMINAL

    Data Selection Mode MENU + 2 4 5 7 + 0

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    2. Manual Keystone Geometry Alignment (There are 2 modes of adjustment: FULL and TOUCH UP)

    FULL ADJUSTMENT MODE: Part 1(Note: if data is out of range, you may need to do a reset before starting - press 1 then INFO)

    1. When entering the Keystone Adjustment mode you will see the test pattern as shown in the drawing above.The point in the upper left corner will be a cross.

    2. Starting from the 1st point (upper left corner) use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to adjust theselected point (selected point is the one that is a cross)

    3. Align each point in a straight line, use the bezel as a reference. See example drawing below.NOTE: Only the cross will move. The pattern will not change.

    4. Use FASTFORWARD button to move between each point or REWIND to go back.

    Part 25. After all 16 points are aligned properly, pressing the FASTFORWARD button again automatically activates

    the 4:3 mode (there is no change in the display). There are 11 patterns, each with a small variation ofdistortion in the 4:3 mode vertical lines. Continue pressing FASTFORWARD to cycle through the 11patterns until you find the straightest 4:3 lines, then go to step 6.

    6. Press the ENTER button to save the adjustment and EXIT to leave the Adjustment Mode..Note: There will be no indication that the save was successful.

    Pressing FASTFORWARD will cycle through 11 different geometry options. Select thestraightest option by pressing ENTER

    +

    Adjustment Points(16 Total)

    Cursor +

    4:3 Mode Lines

    4:3 Mode LinesPart 2

    Match same patternMove cursor so the cross

  • MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

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    3. Verify Geometry by using internal test pattern. If not even, redo the above steps or enter the TOUCHUPADJUSTMENT MODE (Note: 4:3 adjustment not available in Touchup mode)

    TOUCH UP ADJUSTMENT MODE1. Enter the Keystone Manual Geometry Alignment.2. Use the FASTFORWARD or REWIND buttons to move to the point you want to touch up.3. Use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to adjust the point. Only the cursor will move, the test pattern will

    not change.4. Press the INFO button to apply the correction. The test pattern will show the correction. Repeat steps 2-3

    as needed.5. Press the ENTER button to save your changes.6. Press the EXIT button to leave the alignment mode.

    Note: If data is ever adjusted so that lines are showing severe distortion, you can reset todefault data by pressing 1 then INFO.

    Data TransferAfter entering the Service Mode (MENU-2-4-5-7) and pressing (0), besides MANUAL KEYSTONE GEOMETRYALIGNMENT four data transfer choices are listed on screen.

    RESTORE ALIGNMENT AND WHITE BALANCE SETTINGS - copies HVPOS, White Balance and EngineColor Wheel Delay from Terminal to Main.

    RESTORE KEYSTONE GEOMETRY FROM BACKUP - copies manual adjustment data from Terminal to Main. LOAD INDEX DELAY FROM ENGINE - copies Engine data to PWB-MAIN.. Copy SETTINGS TO BACKUP - WARNING, use only after replacing PWB-TERMINAL

    After Engine Replacement1) Load Index Data from Engine.2) If needed - adjust HVPOS.3) If needed - adjust Manual Keystone

    After PWB-MAIN Replacement1) Restore Alignment and White Balance2) Restore Keystone Geometry Alignment

    After PWB-TERMINAL ReplacementCopy SETTINGS TO BACKUP - WARNING, use only after replacing PWB-TERMINAL

    TERMINAL PWB

    MAIN PWB

    OPTICAL ENGINE

    Color Wheel Data

    Restore backup data to new MAIN PWB

    Copy backup data to new blank Terminal PWB

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    Using Lead Free SolderPb Solder

    The above symbol indicates Lead (Pb) Free solder wasused during the construction of PWBs. Only LeadFree solder should be used when servicing thesePWBs.

    Solder must be compatible with that used by themanufacturer. Leaded solder can not be used onPWBs manufactured with Pb-free solder. The Mitsub-ishi standard for service requires the use of Tin-Silver-Copper (Sn-96.5, Ag-3.0, Cu-0.5). It can be obtainedthrough the Parts Department.Order part number: PB FREE SOLDER

    Lead Free solder has a higher melting point, and doesnot wet as well as leaded solder. This means it doesnot adhere as readily to the solder iron tip, and thesurface to be soldered. To counteract this, the fluxused is more corrosive.

    The following cautions must be taken when using PbFree solder.

    Higher temperatures can cause the PWB towarp, detaching surface mountcomponents.

    Higher temperatures maycause thermal damage tocomponents.

    Higher temperatures can causeplastics, such as connectors,relays, LEDs electrolyticcapacitors, etc. to melt or warp.

    Higher temperatures can causesurface oxidation resulting inpoor solder spread-ability andwet-ability.

    The flux is more corrosive.

    The time required for a good solder connection maytake longer.

    Poor wet-ability can cause solder balls. Higher temperatures can cause flux spattering. Soldering iron tip life is shortened. Dull finish solder joints (not shiny) can appear to be

    a cold solder joint.

    In general a tip temperature of 700 F will usually providegood results.

    Displays used to indicate Pb-freePCBs will be marked, indicating the level of Pb-free con-struction. Table 1 defines the levels by phase and showsthe different symbols that will be displayed on the PCB.Additionally, a PCB constructed using Pb-free solder maybe simply marked LFS.

    When possible, the indication will be placed close to thepart number that is screened onto the PCB (not the partlabel). Figure 1 is an example of a PCB showing thedisplay and its location.

    Pb-Free Phase Definition Display

    Short Display (When the area is too small)

    Phase-1 PCB's constructed using Pb-free solder.

    Phase-2 Solder, PCB surface finishing and component lead plating is Pb-free. Components may have internal Pb.

    Phase-3 Solder, PCB surface finishing and components are Pb-free. (100% Pb-free)

    Table 1: Pb-Free Phases and Symbols

    Pb PCA

    Pb Joints

    Pb S

    Pb J

    Pb P

    Pb Solder

    Pb-FreeDisplay

    Figure 2: Pb-Free display on PWB

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    CHIP PARTS REPLACEMENTSome resistors, shorting jumpers (0 Ohm resistors),ceramic capacitors, transistors and diodes are chip parts.The following precautions should be taken when replacingthese parts.

    Cautions:1. Use a fine tipped, well insulated soldering iron

    and tweezers.2. Melt the solder and remove the chip parts

    carefully so as not to tear the copper foil fromthe printed circuit board.

    3. Discard removed chips; do not reuse them.4. Do not apply heat for more than 3 (three)

    seconds to new chip parts.5. Avoid using a rubbing stroke when soldering.6. Take care not to scratch, or damage the chip

    parts when soldering.7. Supplementary cementing is not required.

    Chip Parts Removal (Resistors, Capacitors, etc.)1. Grasp the part with tweezers. Melt the solder

    at both sides alternately, and remove one sideof the part with a twisting motion.

    2. Melt the solder at the other side and remove

    the part.

    Chip Parts Removal (Transistors)1. Melt the solder of one lead and lift the side of

    that lead upward.2. Simultaneously melt the solder of the other

    two leads and lift the part from the PCB.Replacement1. Presolder the contact points on the circuit

    pattern.2. Press the part downward with tweezers and

    apply the soldering iron as shown.

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    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    Parts OrderingTo expedite delivery of replacement parts orders, specify the following:1. Model Number/Serial Number2. Part Number and description3. Quantity

    Note: Unless complete information is supplied, delay in processing of orders will result.

    Critical and Warranty Parts Designation

    Critical Electrical Components are indicated by Bold Type in the Parts List, and in the schematicdiagrams by a red hatch

    Parts Tolerance CodesRefer to the following chart for tolerance characteristics of electrical components.

    MARK B C D F G J K

    Tolerance % 0.1 0.25 0.5 1 2 5 10

    MARK M N V X Z P Q

    Tolerance % 20 30 10 + 40 + 80 + 100 + 30

    -20 -20 - 0 -10

    MARK M N V X Z

    Tolerance (pF) 0.1 0.25 0.5 1 2

    REPLACEMENT PARTS

    123456789123456789123456789123456789123456789

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    QUICK REFERENCE FOR COMMON PARTS

    Lamp-Cartridge 915P061010Unit-Lamp-Ballast 938P076010Speaker 480P084010Fan-Exhaust 299P310020Fan-Scirocco (Ballast) 299P321010Fan-Engine (DMD) 299P322010Sensor-Temperature 299P323010PWB-Sw-Lamp 935D942001

    All Models

    MODEL PWB-TERMINAL PWB-MAIN PWB-POWER

    WD-57733 934C259001 934C260002 934C261001WD-57734 " 934C260001 "WD-57833 934C259002 934C265001 "WD-Y577 934C259001 934C260001 "WD-65733 " 934C260002 "WD-65734 " 934C260001 "WD-65833 934C259002 934C265001 "WD-C657 934C259001 934C260003 "WD-Y657 " 934C260001 "WD-73733 " 934C260002 "WD-73734 " 934C260001 "WD-73833 934C259002 934C265001 "

    PWB's

    MODEL OPTICAL ENGINE LENS FRESNELSCREEN

    LENTICULAR MIRROR REMOTE

    WD-57733 938P075010 491P206050 491P207050 767D084010 290P137010WD-57734 938P075040 " " " "WD-57833 " " " " 290P137020WD-Y577 938P075010 " " " 290P137010WD-65733 938P075020 (1) (1) 767D084020 "WD-65734 938P075050 (1) (1) " "WD-65833 " 491P206040 491P208050 " 290P137020WD-C657 938P075020 (1) (1) 767D085020 290P137010WD-Y657 " (1) (1) " "WD-73733 938P075030 491P206070 491P208020 767D084030 "WD-73734 938P075060 " " " "WD-73833 " " " " 290P137020

    (1) Refer to Screen Parts list, pages 47 & 48

    OPTICAL ENGINE & MISC. PARTS.

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    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

    IC102 276P325010 IC-C-MOS - MAX4232AKA+T/SOT-23+IC1500 276P322010 IC-C-MOS - T312 A21 100-CG1028 cfiIC1502 271P216010 IC - SC4215ISTRT cfiIC1503 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBE cfiIC2001 276P460010 IC-C-MOS - SiI9125CTUIC2004 275P981010 IC-C-MOS - 24LCS22AT/SN bcefhiklIC2005 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBEIC2101 276P461010 IC-C-MOS - SiI9185CTUIC2102 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBEIC2201 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCTIC2202 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCTIC2301 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCTIC2302 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCTIC2401 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCT abcdefghiklIC2402 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCT abcdefghiklIC2A02 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCTIC2A03 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCTIC2A04 271P255010 IC - RClamp0524P.TCT bcefhiklIC2C01 276P519010 IC-C-MOS - 74HC132DB behklIC2C02 275P989010 IC-C-MOS - MAX3223ECAP cfiIC2E01 276P519010 IC-C-MOS - 74HC132DB cfiIC2J00 276P174020 IC-C-MOS - AT24C256BN-10SU-1.8IC2J01 276P459010 IC-C-MOS - MM1783BQ abdeghjklIC2J01 276P459010 IC-C-MOS - MM1783BQ cfiIC2M01 276P458010 IC-C-MOS - PD64017F1-FN7-A cfiIC2M02 276P478010 IC-C-MOS - EDS1616AGTA-6B-E cfiIC2M05 271P251030 IC - MM1661FHBE cfiIC2N01 276P458010 IC-C-MOS - PD64017F1-FN7-A cfiIC2N05 271P251030 IC - MM1661FHBE cfiIC3A01 276P503010 IC-C-MOS - AK5358AETPIC3D01 276P498010 IC-C-MOS - AK4341ETP cfiIC3D02 276P498010 IC-C-MOS - AK4341ETPIC3D03 276P498010 IC-C-MOS - AK4341ETPIC3E02 276P464010 IC - TDA8932BTW/N2IC3F01 271P209010 IC - AN5832SAIC3P01 276P518010 IC - NJU26204V-TE2IC3P03 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBEIC7A01 276P456010 IC-C-MOS - M30627FHPGP#U5C cfiIC7A01 276P456030 IC-C-MOS - M30627FHPGP#U5C-V362 adgjIC7A01 276P456040 IC-C-MOS - - M30627FHPGP#U5C-V363 behklIC7A02 270P706020 IC - MAX823REUKIC7C00 276P336010 IC-C-MOS - SiI7170CMSUIC7C01 276P337010 IC-C-MOS - PLL701-21SC-RIC7C02 271P251020 IC - MM1663DHBEIC7D01 271P078010 IC - MM1566AJBE abdeghjklIC7E01 276P197010 IC-C-MOS - AD9981KST-80 abdeghjklIC7E02 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBE abdeghjklIC7F00 276P466010 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS8M16FS-5TIC7F01 276P466010 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS8M16FS-5TIC7F02 276P466010 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS8M16FS-5TIC7F03 276P466010 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS8M16FS-5TIC7F04 271P033010 IC - LP2996MRXIC7G00 276P481010 IC-C-MOS - MB87Q1730PBH-GE1IC7G25 270P879030 IC - SC1566I5M-2.5TRIC7N21 276P525010 IC-C-MOS - MAX4489ASA+T bcefhiklIC7R01 276P331020 IC-C-MOS - PIC18F1320TI/SO cfi

    IC7R02 270P503010 IC - NJM311M cfiIC7R03 271P023010 IC - SN74CBTD1G125DBVR cfiIC7R04 276P329010 IC-C-MOS - 74HCT4053PWT cfiIC7R05 276P334010 IC-C-MOS - MM1108XFBE cfiIC8001 276P030030 IC-C-MOS - 215H31AGA12H cfiIC8001 276P441010 IC-C-MOS - X215H48AGA21 abdeghjkl

    HG(X240H)IC8002 270P706020 IC - MAX823REUKIC8003 271P216010 IC - SC4215ISTRT cfiIC8008 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBE cfiIC8010 271P251010 IC - MM1661JHBE abdeghjklIC8011 271P216010 IC - SC4215ISTRT abdeghjklIC8080 276P400010 IC-C-MOS - 74LVC1G125GV cfiIC8101 271P033010 IC - LP2996MRXIC8102 276P029030 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS16M16CS-5T cfiIC8102 276P492010 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS32M16BS-5T abdeghjklIC8103 276P029030 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS16M16CS-5T cfiIC8103 276P492010 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS32M16BS-5T abdeghjklIC8104 276P029030 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS16M16CS-5T cfiIC8105 276P029030 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS16M16CS-5T cfiIC8205 276P042010 IC-C-MOS - MIC2544-1BMIC8211 276P029030 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS16M16CS-5T cfiIC8212 276P029030 IC-C-MOS - NT5DS16M16CS-5T cfiIC8280 276P215010 IC-C-MOS - DS1337U+T&RIC8302 276P323010 IC-C-MOS - S29AL004D70TFI010HIC8307 276P199020 IC-C-MOS - XR16V654IV cfiIC8307 276P485010 IC-C-MOS - SC16C652BIB48 abdeghjklIC8312 276P333010 IC-C-MOS - LCMX0256C3TN10CIC8318 276P465010 IC-C-MOS - MD2534-d1G-X-P cfiIC8321 276P465010 IC-C-MOS - MD2534-d1G-X-P abdeghjklIC8401 276P193010 IC-C-MOS - MN864620 cfiIC8404 271P251030 IC - MM1661FHBE cfiIC8501 276P202030 IC-C-MOS - ICS443M-41LF abdeghjklIC8551 276P202030 IC-C-MOS - ICS443M-41LF cfiIC9A10 267P175010 HIC - STR-W6735IC9A20 271P142010 IC - RT9H301CIC9C51 271P251020 IC - MM1663DHBEIC9G01 271P253010 IC - AOZ1010AIIC9G02 271P254010 IC - ISL6545ACBZ-TS2698IC9G03 271P254010 IC - ISL6545ACBZ-TS2698IC9G04 271P254010 IC - ISL6545ACBZ-TS2698 cfiIC9G05 271P272010 IC - NJM2386ADL3-09IC9G91 276P042010 IC-C-MOS - MIC2544-1BM cfi

    TRANSISTORS

    CHIP Type Transistors (Listed by Part No.)Part No. Description261P842030 2SC3052-T112-1G261P842080 2SC3052-T112-1E;F behkl261P843080 2SA1235-T112-1E;F abdeghjkl261P844010 RT1N436C-T112-1 behkl261P858010 BSS138 cfi261P874010 FDS8896261P875010 FDS8984261P876010 FDS6298261P877010 FDC655BN

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    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    TRANSISTORSCHIP Type Transistors (Listed by Part No.)

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]Q2E01 261P114010 TR - 2SA1585STPR bcefhiklQ9A12 261P223010 TR - 2SJ651

    DIODESD101 262P075010 DIODE - RSB6.8SD1501 264P846010 D-CHIP - MA732 cfiD1502 264P846010 D-CHIP - MA732 cfiD2103 262P852010 DIODE-CHIP - BAT54SD2201 262P840090 D-CHIP - MAZ80510HD2202 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 cfiD2202 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 abdeghjklD2203 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 cfiD2203 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 abdeghjklD2301 262P840090 D-CHIP - MAZ80510HD2302 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 cfiD2302 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 abdeghjklD2303 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 cfiD2303 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 abdeghjklD2401 262P840090 D-CHIP - MAZ80510H abcdefghiklD2402 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 cfiD2402 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 abdeghklD2403 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 cfiD2403 262P830010 D-CHIP - MC2850-T111-1 abdeghklD2A04 262P840090 D-CHIP - MAZ80510HD2J01 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0LD2J02 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0LD2J03 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0LD2J04 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0LD2J05 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0LD2J06 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0LD7A01 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 abdeghjklD7A01 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 cfiD7A05 262P828020 D-CHIP - MC2836-T112-1 abdeghjklD7A05 262P828020 D-CHIP - MC2836-T112-1 cfiD7A06 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 abdeghjklD7A06 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 cfiD7A07 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 abdeghjklD7A07 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 cfiD7A08 262P828020 D-CHIP - MC2836-T112-1 abdeghjklD7A08 262P828020 D-CHIP - MC2836-T112-1 cfiD7A09 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 abdeghjklD7A09 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 cfiD7A10 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1D7A11 262P828020 D-CHIP - MC2836-T112-1D7C00 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1D7L01 264P212020 D-LED - LN31GPHD7L02 264P584020 DIODE-LE - SML1216W-C,DD7L03 264P584020 DIODE-LE - SML1216W-C,DD7N21 268P100010 DIODE-PHOTO - SFH235FA bcefhiklD7N22 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1 bcefhiklD7T01 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T02 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T03 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T04 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T05 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fi

    D7T06 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T07 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T08 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T09 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T10 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T11 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T12 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T13 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T14 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T15 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T16 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T17 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T18 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T21 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T22 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T23 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T24 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T25 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T26 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T27 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T28 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T29 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T30 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 fiD7T31 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T32 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T33 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T34 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T35 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T36 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T37 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD7T38 262P855010 D-LE-CHIP - LB E6SG-S2U1-35-1 cD8203 264P846010 D-CHIP - MA732D8204 264P846010 D-CHIP - MA732D8280 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1D9A00 262P162010 DIODE - D3SB80D9A02 264P045080 DIODE - 1S2076A/1S2471OMD9A03 264P775080 DIODE-MTZJ6.2CQLFD9A04 264P045080 DIODE - 1S2076A/1S2471OMD9A05 262P170010 DIODE - SARS01D9A07 262P158020 DIODE - S3V60-5009F40D9A08 262P158020 DIODE - S3V60-5009F40D9A18 264P045080 DIODE - 1S2076A/1S2471OMD9A19 264P045080 DIODE - 1S2076A/1S2471OMD9A20 264P045080 DIODE - 1S2076A/1S2471OMD9A22 264P775080 DIODE-MTZJ6.2CQLFD9A23 262P085010 DIODE - 11EFS2N-TA2B5D9A24 262P085010 DIODE - 11EFS2N-TA2B5D9A25 262P085010 DIODE - 11EFS2N-TA2B5D9A26 262P184010 DIODE - SG10SC6-5112D9A31 262P084020 DIODE - 31DQ09-FC5D9G01 262P852010 DIODE-CHIP - BAT54SD9G02 262P852010 DIODE-CHIP - BAT54SD9G03 262P842010 DIODE-CHIP - MAZ81500HD9G04 262P842020 DIODE-CHIP - MAZ81600HD9G05 262P841010 D-CHIP - MAZ80620H cfiD9G06 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1D9G07 262P843010 D-CHIP - MAZ80560H cfiD9G09 262P828010 D-CHIP - MC2838-T112-1

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    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    D9G18 264P775040 DIODE - MTZJ6.6CQLP abdeghjklD9G19 262P853060 DIODE - 1N748A abdeghjklD9G91 262P163010 D-CHIP - MALS068X0L cfi

    COILSL101 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272SL102 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL102 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S abdeghjklL103 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272SL104 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6L105 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S abdeghjklL107 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601S cfiL108 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601S cfiL1500 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1502 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1503 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1504 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1505 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1506 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1507 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1508 409P865070 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11P300S cfiL1509 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2001 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S bcefhiklL2002 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2002 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2003 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2003 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2004 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2004 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2005 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2005 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2006 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2006 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2007 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2007 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2008 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2008 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2101 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2101 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2102 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2102 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2104 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abcdefghiklL2104 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S jL2C16 409P876020 EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/ cfi

    CKD510JB1H470SL2C17 409P876020 EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/ cfi

    CKD510JB1H470SL2C20 325C411090 COIL-CHIP - 33MH-J cfiL2E00 409P876040 EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C221S/ bcefhikl

    CKD510JB1H221SL2E02 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S cfiL2E14 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S cfiL2J01 325C411030 COIL-CHIP - 10MH-JL2J02 325C411030 COIL-CHIP - 10MH-JL2J23 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272SL2J24 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272SL2J25 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272SL2J26 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S

    L2M04 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M05 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M09 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M11 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M13 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M14 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M15 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M16 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M17 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M18 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M20 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M25 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M38 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2M93 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N04 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N05 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N09 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N11 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N13 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N14 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N15 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N16 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N17 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N18 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N20 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N25 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL2N38 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL3A02 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3A03 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3D01 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601S cfiL3D02 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601S cfiL3D04 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3D05 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3D08 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3D09 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3E02 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL3E04 351P317010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - PLC-1055-220SL3E05 351P317010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - PLC-1055-220SL3F01 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3P01 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3P02 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3P03 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL3S01 409P865020 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A601SL7A01 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S behklL7A01 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S acdfgijL7A13 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S behklL7A13 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S acdfgijL7C00 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C01 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C02 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C03 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C04 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C05 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S cfiL7C06 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C07 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C08 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7C09 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141S cfiL7C094 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141S abdeghjklL7C11 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfi

  • PAGE 42

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    L7C14 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7C24 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7C46 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7D00 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D01 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D02 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D03 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D04 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D06 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D07 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D08 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D09 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D10 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D11 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D12 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D13 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D14 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D15 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D16 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D17 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D18 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D19 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D22 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141SL7D23 321C114010 COIL-RF - 2200MH-JL7D26 325C411030 COIL-CHIP - 10MH-JL7D27 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141S abdeghjklL7D28 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141S abdeghjklL7D30 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL7D40 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141S cfiL7D41 409P865060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11B141S cfiL7D53 321C114010 COIL-RF - 2200MH-J cfiL7D56 325C411030 COIL-CHIP - 10MH-J cfiL7E01 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL7E02 325C420070 COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K abdeghjklL7E03 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL7E06 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL7F00 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7F01 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7G00 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7G01 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7G02 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7G03 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7G12 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7G25 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7H11 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL7H12 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL7N01 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL7P00 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S behklL7P14 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S behklL7P20 409P777050 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S cfiL7T01 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL7T02 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL7T03 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8001 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8001 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8002 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8002 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8004 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8004 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfi

    L8005 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8005 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8006 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8006 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8007 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8007 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8008 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8008 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8009 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL8010 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8010 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8011 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8012 325C411030 COIL-CHIP - 10MH-J abdeghjklL8014 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8015 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8016 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8017 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8018 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8019 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8020 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8021 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8022 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8030 325C501010 COIL-CHIP - ALQM21NNR47K10 abdeghjklL8080 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8202 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL8203 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221SL8206 351P265010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - ACM2012L8280 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6L8301 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6L8307 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6L8313 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6L8318 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6L8353 325C501010 COIL-CHIP - ALQM21NNR47K10 cfiL83F2 325C501010 COIL-CHIP - ALQM21NNR47K10 abdeghjklL83F5 325C501010 COIL-CHIP - ALQM21NNR47K10 abdeghjklL83F6 325C501010 COIL-CHIP - ALQM21NNR47K10 abdeghjklL8403 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL8404 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL8413 351P265020 COIL-CHIP - ACM2012-201-2P cfiL8414 351P265020 COIL-CHIP - ACM2012-201-2P cfiL8415 351P265020 COIL-CHIP - ACM2012-201-2P cfiL8416 351P265020 COIL-CHIP - ACM2012-201-2P cfiL8501 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 abdeghjklL8504 409P865090 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A121S abdeghjklL8511 409P865090 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A121S abdeghjklL8551 409P865080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM18PG6 cfiL8553 409P865090 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A121S cfiL8555 409P865090 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM11A121S cfiL8F01 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9A18 321C141010 COIL-RF - 6.8MH-ML9A20 321C141010 COIL-RF - 6.8MH-ML9A21 321C141010 COIL-RF - 6.8MH-ML9A34 321C141070 COIL-RF - 22MH-KL9A35 321C141070 COIL-RF - 22MH-KL9C51 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9C51 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9D01 351P306020 LINE-FILTER - TF3020V-A602Y5R0-01L9D02 351P266020 LINE-FILTER - ELF22V025AL9D03 351P286010 LINE-FILTER - HF2836-353Y1R0-T01

  • PAGE 43

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    L9G00 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G00 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G01 351P316010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - PLC-0755-100L9G02 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G02 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G03 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G03 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G04 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G04 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G05 351P314010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - MPLC1040L2R2L9G06 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G06 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G07 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G07 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G08 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G08 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G09 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G09 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G10 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G10 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G11 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G11 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G12 351P315010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - PLC-0735-2R0L9G13 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G14 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S abdeghjklL9G14 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G16 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiL9G17 351P315010 COIL-CHOKE-CHIP - PLC-0735-2R0 cfiL9G91 409P923060 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S cfiL9G98 409P777080 EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S cfiT7C49 409P961010 CHIP-FILT - ACM2012D-9002PT7C54 409P961010 CHIP-FILT - ACM2012D-9002PT7C57 409P961010 CHIP-FILT - ACM2012D-9002PT7C60 409P961010 CHIP-FILT - ACM2012D-9002P

    409P865020 BLM11A601S abdeghjkl

    TRANSFORMERST9A10 350P846010 TRANS-POWER - ER35TM086

    VARISTORSRV9D00 265P100020 VAR - ERZV10D271CSRV9D01 265P100020 VAR - ERZV10D271CS

    CHIP RESISTORS (by value)Part No. Value Part No. Value103P509050 1/16W 0OHM 103P502040 1/16W 820-J103P409050 1/8W 0OHM 103P492050 1/16W 1K-F103P408040 1/10W 2.2-J 103P502050 1/16W 1K-J103P508040 1/16W 2.2-J 103P492060 1/16W 1.1K-F103P408060 1/10W 3.3-J 103P502060 1/16W 1.2K-J103P488080 1/4W 4.7-J 103P492080 1/16W 1.3K-F103P500010 1/16W 10-J 103P492090 1/16W 1.5K-F103P990010 1/16W 10-JX4 103P493030 1/16W 2.2K-F103P480010 1/4W 10-J 103P502090 1/16W 2.2K-J103P500030 1/16W 15-J 103P493040 1/16W 2.4K-F103P400050 1/10W 22-J 103P503000 1/16W 2.7K-J103P500050 1/16W 22-J 103P493020 1/16W 2K-F103P480050 1/4W 22-J 103P493070 1/16W 3.3K-F

    Part No. Value Part No. Value103P990050 1/16W 22-JX4 103P503010 1/16W 3.3K-J103P500060 1/16W 27-J 103P493060 1/16W 3K-F103P500070 1/16W 33-J 103P494000 1/16W 4.3K-F103P990070 1/16W 33-JX4 103P494010 1/16W 4.7K-F103P793080 1/16W 36F 103P503030 1/16W 4.7K-J103P794010 1/16W 47-F 103P494020 1/16W 5.1K-F103P500090 1/16W 47-J 103P494030 1/16W 5.6K-F103P844030 1/16W 56-D 103P503040 1/16W 5.6K-J103P501000 1/16W 56-J 103P494040 1/16W 6.2K-F103P991010 1/16W 56-JX4 103P494050 1/16W 6.8K-F103P401000 1/10W 56-J 103P503060 1/16W 8.2K-J103P501010 1/16W 68-J 103P403070 1/8W 10K-J103P509090 1/16W 75-J 103P494090 1/16W 10K-F103P501020 1/16W 82-J 103P503070 1/16W 10K-J103P991030 1/16W 82-JX4 103P994010 1/16W 10K-JX4103P401030 1/10W 100-J 103P495010 1/16W 12K-F103P490010 1/16W 100F 103P503080 1/16W 12K-J103P501030 1/16W 100-J 103P503090 1/16W 15K-J103P991040 1/16W 100-JX4 103P495050 1/16W 18K-F103P401050 1/10W 150-J 103P404000 1/8W 18K-J103P501050 1/16W 150-J 103P495070 1/16W 22K-F103P501060 1/16W 180-J 103P504010 1/16W 22K-J103P490080 1/16W 200-F 103P496010 1/16W 33K-F103P490090 1/16W 220-F 103P504030 1/16W 33K-J103P501070 1/16W 220-J 103P504040 1/16W 39K-J103P501080 1/16W 270-J 103P504050 1/16W 47K-J103P491020 1/16W 300-F 103P496060 1/16W 51K-F103P401090 1/10W 330-J 103P496070 1/16W 56K-F103P491030 1/16W 330-F 103P496090 1/16W 68K-F103P501090 1/16W 330-J 103P504080 1/16W 82K-J103P491050 1/16W 390-F 103P504090 1/16W 100K-J103P502000 1/16W 390-J 103P505000 1/16W 120K-J103P491070 1/16W 470-F 103P505020 1/16W 180K-J103P502010 1/16W 470-J 103P505030 1/16W 220K-J103P502020 1/16W 560-J 103P498030 1/16W 270K-F103P492000 1/16W 620-F 103P505050 1/16W 330K-J103P492010 1/16W 680-F 103P506000 1/16W 820K-J103P502030 1/16W 680-J 103P506010 1/16W 1M-J103P492020 1/16W 750-F

    RESISTORSConventional Resistors (By Ref #)

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]R1510 103C398000 R-METAL-P - 3W 1-K cfiR8072 103P711030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J cfiR9A01 109P179020 R-CEMT-PLT - 1.8 OHM-JR9A02 109P179020 R-CEMT-PLT - 1.8 OHM-JR9A03 109C010010 R-COMP - 1/2W 1M-KR9A05 109C010010 R-COMP - 1/2W 1M-KR9A06 109C010010 R-COMP - 1/2W 1M-KR9A09 103P145030 R-CARBON - 1/2W 220K-JR9A11 103P145030 R-CARBON - 1/2W 220K-JR9A17 103P145020 R-CARBON - 1/2W 180K-JR9A19 103P144070 R-CARBON - 1/2W 68K-JR9A20 103P144070 R-CARBON - 1/2W 68K-JR9A21 103C187050 R-METAL - 2W 0.39-JR9A22 103C187050 R-METAL - 2W 0.39-J

  • PAGE 44

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    R9A25 103P142060 R-CARBON - 1/2W 1.2K-JR9A30 109D151060 R-CARBON - 1/4W 68-JR9A42 103P145030 R-CARBON - 1/2W 220K-JR9A43 103P145030 R-CARBON - 1/2W 220K-JR9A76 103P143010 R-CARBON - 1/2W 3.3K-JR9A77 103P143010 R-CARBON - 1/2W 3.3K-JR9A78 103P143010 R-CARBON - 1/2W 3.3K-JR9A82 103C390050 R-METAL-P - 3W 22-JR9A83 103P144070 R-CARBON - 1/2W 68K-J

    CHIP CAPACITORs (by value)Part No. Value Part No. Value154P340040 50V 3P-C 141P139030 B25V 0.1M-K154P340060 CK50V 5P-C 141P144020 F25V 0.1M-Z154P340090 CH50V 8P-C 141P134090 F50V 0.1M-Z154P341010 CH50V 10P-C 141P135080 F50V/25V 0.1M-Z154P341030 CH50V 12P-J 141P146040 B10V 0.22M-K154P341050 CH50V 15P-J 141P138080 B25V 0.33M-K154P341070 CH50V 18P-J 141P144040 F25V/16V 0.33M-Z154P341090 CH50V 22P-J 141P144050 F16V 0.47M-Z154P342010 CH50V 27P-J 141P134070 B16V 1M-K154P342070 CH50V 47P-J 141P148000 B25V 1M-K154P342090 CH50V 56P-J 141P135070 F16V 1M-Z154P343050 CH50V 100P-J 141P144060 F25V 1M-Z154P353060 SL50V 100P-J 181P836010 50V 1M-M154P344030 CH50V 220P-J 181P808070 16V 4.7M-M154P354040 SL50V 220P-J 141P147060 B6.3V 4.7M-K154P344050 CH50V 270P-J 181P802030 16V 10M-M154P345010 CH50V 470P-J 189P253020 B16V 10M-M154P335010 CH50V 470P-J 181P822030 16V 10M-M 105C154P345010 CH50V 470P-J 181P825000 35V 10M-M 105C141P140050 B50V 470P-K 189P253010 B6.3V 10M-M154P345030 CH25V 560P-J 181P826050 50V 10M-M 105C141P140090 B50V 1000P-K 189P243010 6.3Vv-10M154P345090 CH25V 1000P-J 189P243050 M-16v-10M141P141010 B50V 1500P-K 181P822040 16V 22M-M 105C141P141030 B50V 2200P-K 181P805010 35V 22M-M LFR141P141060 B50V 3900P-K 181P820010 6.3V 22M-M 105C141P142000 B50V 8200P-K 181P800010 6.3V 22M-M LFR141P142010 B50V 0.01M-K 181P802060 16V 47M-M141P133080 B50V 0.01M-Z 181P800030 6.3V 47M-M141P143080 F50V 0.01M-Z 181P822060 16V 47M-M 105C141P132030 B50V 0.015M-K 181P820030 6.3V 47M-M 105C141P142050 B25V 0.022M-K 181P822070 16V 100M-M 105C141P142070 B25V 0.033M-K 181P802070 16V 100M-M141P142090 B25V 0.047M-K 181P828000 4V 100M-M 105C141P143020 B16V 0.082M-K 181P800060 6.3V 220M-M141P147020 B10V/6.3V 1M-K 181P828010 4V 220M-M 105C141P143030 B16V 0.1M-K 141P140030 B50V 330P-K

    CAPACITORS AND TRIMMERSConventional Capacitors (By Ref #)

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]C3E26 181P354090 C-ELEC - 35V 470M-MC3E27 181P354090 C-ELEC - 35V 470M-MC3E65 181P735030 C-ELEC - 25V 1000M-M 105CC3E69 181P735030 C-ELEC - 25V 1000M-M 105C

    C7N01 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M

    C7N21 181P355050 C-ELEC - 50V 10M-M bcefhiklC7N23 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M bcefhiklC7N28 181P352040 C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M bcefhiklC8281 189P252010 C-ELE-DBL-LYR - EECSE0H473C9A00 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A01 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A02 185D122040 C-ELEC - H200V 820M-MC9A03 185D122040 C-ELEC - H200V 820M-MC9A05 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A06 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A08 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A09 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A10 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A11 189P185090 C-CER - AC250V E2200P-MC9A13 189P152080 C-M-POLY - AC125/250V 0.015M-MC9A14 189P152080 C-M-POLY - AC125/250V 0.015M-MC9A19 154P400050 C-CER - B1KV 1000P-KC9A21 181P185060 C-ELEC - 50V 10M-M 105CC9A27 185D122040 C-ELEC - H200V 820M-MC9A30 154P400050 C-CER - B1KV 1000P-KC9A33 181P734000 C-ELEC - 16V 2200M-M 105CC9A34 181P734000 C-ELEC - 16V 2200M-M 105CC9A35 181P734000 C-ELEC - 16V 2200M-M 105CC9A39 181P184070 C-ELEC - 35V 2200M-MC9A46 142P010090 C-CER - B500V 470P-KC9A47 181P351070 C-ELEC - 10V 470M-MC9A48 181P355010 C-ELEC - 50V 1M-MC9A54 181P733080 C-ELEC - 16V 1000M-H 105C LOWRC9A70 172P088040 C-PLSTIC-PP - 630V 3300P-JC9D01 189P153060 C-M-POLY-AC - AC125/250V 0.22M-MC9D03 189P153060 C-M-POLY-AC - AC125/250V 0.22M-MC9D07 189P153060 C-M-POLY-AC - AC125/250V 0.22M-MC9G15 181P732000 C-ELEC - 10V 680M-M 105CC9G26 181P732000 C-ELEC - 10V 680M-M 105CC9G43 181P732000 C-ELEC - 10V 680M-M 105CC9G57 181P732000 C-ELEC - 10V 680M-M 105C cfi

    SWITCHESS7L01 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L11 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L12 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L13 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L14 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L15 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L16 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L17 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L18 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BTS7L19 432P109010 SW-KEY BOARD - KSHS611BT

    FUSESF9A00 283P144080 FUSE - 125V 5AF9A01 283P144080 FUSE - 125V 5AF9A02 283P144080 FUSE - 125V 5AF9D00 283D161010 FUSE - 125V 10AF9G00 283P170030 FUSE-CHIP - F0603FA 2000V032TF9G01 283P170090 FUSE-CHIP - F0603FA 6000V024TF9G02 283P170030 FUSE-CHIP - F0603FA 2000V032T

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    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MODELS: WD-57733 / WD-65733 / WD-73733 / WD-57734 / WD-65734 / WD-73734 / WD-C657WD-Y577 / WD-Y657 / WD-57833 / WD-65833 / WD-73833

    [#] Model Legend: (a) WD-57733, (b) WD-57734, (c) WD-57833, (d) WD-65733, (e) WD-65734, (f) WD-65833, (g) WD-73733, (h) WD-73734, (i) WD-73833, (j) WD-C657, (k) WD-Y577, (l) WD-Y657

    Ref # Part # Part Name & Description [#]

    MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICALCables242D573020 USB CABLE abdeghjkl242D573030 USB CABLE cfi242D574010 HDMI CABLE-INTERNAL bcefhikl246C351060 AC POWER CORD246C578010 CABLE-DVI761D993010 LED-POWER-EXTENDER abdeghjklFans299P310020 FAN-EXHAUST299P321010 FAN-SCIROCCO (Ballast)299P322010 FAN-DMDRelays

    K9A10 287P111030 RELAY-POWER - LKS1AF-12VK