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Part No. SKSM0726 N2DL/N2DW JULY 2004Colour TelevisionService ManualModel CE30LC3-CCE30LC3BK-CService Ref. No. CE30LC3-C-00CE30LC3BK-C-00PRODUCT CODE: 111369510 (CE30LC3-C)111369517 (CE30LC3BK-C) ORIGINAL VERSION: Chassis No. UB4-BGive complete "SERVICE REF. NO." for partsorder or servicing, it is shown on the rating sheeton the cabinet back of the TV set.NoteThis TV receiver will not work properly in foreigncountries where the television transmission system and power source differ from the designspecifications. Refer to the specifications for thedesign specificationsCE30LC3-CCE30LC3BK-CContentsSafety precautions/Specifications ..................................................................................................................2Block diagrams ..............................................................................................................................................3Cabinet Disassembly ......................................................................................................................................4Adjustment and Repair Procedures............................................................................................................5~9CPU Port Functions ......................................................................................................................................10IC Block Diagrams ..................................................................................................................................11~13Pin description of semiconductors................................................................................................................14Part Description and reading of schematic diagram ....................................................................................15Cabinet Parts List ........................................................................................................................................16Electric Parts List ....................................................................................................................................17~26Please use Schematic Diagram SKP20450 withthis Service Manual.-2-N2DL/N2DWSAFETY PRECAUTIONPRODUCT SAFETY NOTICESPECIFICATIONS1: An isolation transformer should be connected in thepower line between the receiver and the AC linewhen a service is performed on the primary of theconverter transformer of the set.2: Comply with all caution and safety-related notesprovided on the cabinet back, inside the cabinet, on the chassis or the LCD display .3: When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always becertain that all the protective devices are installedproperly, such as, control knobs, adjustment coversor shields, barriers, isolation resistor-capacitor networksetc. Before returning any television to the customer,the service technician must be sure that it is completelysafe to operate without danger of electrical shock.SPECIFICATIONS ARE COMMON FOR BOTH MODELS CE30LC3-C AND CE30LC3BK-CPower source AC 220~240V, 50HzTelevision system System B/G, D/K, L/L, IColour system PAL/NTSC4.43 (PAL/NTSC4.43/NTSC3.58 IN AV MODE)Receiving channel UHF: 21~69VHF: E2-E12, F2-F10, R1-R12CATV: X, Y, Z, S1-S41, B-QAerial input impedance 75ohmRear AV terminalAV1: CENELEC standardINPUT: Composite video, RGB and Audio L/ROUTPUT: TV-output with composite video and audio L/R AV2: CENELEC standard INPUT: Composite video, RGB, S-VHS and Audio L/ROUTPUT: Monitor output with composite video and Audio L/RFront AV terminalAV3: RCA jacksINPUT: Composite video and Audio L/RHeadphone socket Mini JackDisplay Panel Resolution 1280 x 768 (WXGA)Sound output(Music) 12 x 2WDimensions (WxHxD) 915 x 558 x 220mmWeight 20.5 Kg Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of a receiver.Components indicated by mark in the parts list and the schematic diagram designate components in which safe-ty can be of special signifigance. It is particularly recommended that only parts designated on the parts list in thismanual be used for component replacement designated by mark . No deviations from resistance wattage or volt-age ratings may be made for replacement items designated by mark .!!!-3-N2DL/N2DWBLOCK DIAGRAMThis is a diagram for all models and therefore differs slightly from the actual block diagram.TUTDA9886STV8216IFAUDIO DEC.LA4919AUDIO AMPSTV2310VIDEO DEC.STV3550VIDEO DEC.THC63LVDM83RLVDSLA7956VIDEO SW3 0 " P A N E LSACRT 1RGBV-I/OA-I/ORC-INAV-LINKV-INA-L/R-INAV_1AV_3SDRAM128MBSDRAM128MBFLASH16MBHPAV1-L/R INAV2-L/R INMON-A-OUTSP X 230"-10WX2AV1-V- INAV2-V- INR/CR,G,B/CB- INY/CR/CB:8RGB : 8bitAV1-TV-OUTAUDIO MONITORTVLCD-TV BLOCK DIAGRAMSCALERBA7603FY/U/V SWTC4053RGB SWAV3/DIG AUDTC4066SACRT 2RGB(Y/C)V-I/OA-I/OBA7609FAV3-V- INAV3-L/R INAV1-RGBAV2-RGBR/G/BMON-V-OUTSUB CPUM16C/26AV_2-4-N2DL/N2DWCABINET BACK DISASSEMBLYREMOVE SCREWSLIFT/PULL TO REMOVE STANDBracket locating screwsRemoveREMOVE DECOR STRIP SCREWSBACK COVER SCREWSREMOVEA AAAB BD DCCBracket locating screwsRemoveTo remove the backcover:-1. Remove decor strips by removing 4 screws marked A.2. Lay set on soft surface face down and remove 6 screws marked B then remove stand as indicated.3. Remove 8 bracket locating screws marked C.4. Remove back cover by removing 6 screws marked D.-5-N2DL/N2DWO PTIO N SETTING[After replacing the Memory IC (IC803)]The memory IC, IC803, stores the option data of TV set and service adjustments data for each circuit, therefore,when the memory IC is replaced, it should be performed following setting and SERVICE ADJUSTMENT on nextpage.To enter to the Option Mode+ Press and hold the F/OK button on the remote control and Pw button on the front panel of the TV. The optionwindow will appear on the screen.To set the option mode+ Highlight the desired option item by using the Pv or Pw button .+ To switch the option mode, use the Volume - (LEFT) or Volume + (RIGHT) button.+ The data which is set in the option mode is stored into the memory IC automatically.Following table shows the available option items and default setting mode. Exit from the Service Mode+ Press the MENU button.Option Mode Mode Description & NoteON-TIMER ON or OFF On-timer available, default ONPLUG AND PLAY ON or OFF Plug and Play mode, default ON WELCOME TEXT ON or OFF Display message when first set up, default ONBBE ON or OFF BBE sound mode, default OFFAUTO VOLUME OFF or ON Default OFFHEADPHONE ON or OFF Headphone control , default OFFCRT 16:9 MODE ON or OFF Default ONNOISE REDUCTION ON or OFF Default OFFCOUNTRY UK, IRE TV system, default BG/DK / I / LLBG/DK / I / LLRASTER ROTATION ON or OFF Default OFFSESA ON or OFF Default OFFDIGITAL RC ON or OFF Digital option, default ONLIGHT MONITORING ON or OFF Ambient light control of LCD brightness, default ONON-TIMER OFFPLUG AND PLAY ONWELCOME TEXT ONBBE OFFAUTO VOLUME OFFHEADPHONE OFFCRT 16:9 MODE ONNOISE REDUCTION ONCOUNTRY EURASTER ROTATION OFFSESA OFFDIGITAL RC ONLIGHT MONITORING ONVIDEO MUTE OFFOPTION MODE FOR CE30LC3-C-00 / CE30LC3BK-C-00-6-N2DL/N2DWSERVIC E ADJUSTM ENTSINITIALISATION OF MEMORY ICTo initialise the memory IC (IC803), press and hold the NORMAL button on the remote control, then press thePw button on the front panel of the TV set and then turn the Mains switch Off and On. The initialisation is nowcompleted.When initialised the memory IC and all of the setting data (option data and service adjustment data) stored in the ICare reset to the default value. It is necessary to set the option settings and readjust the service adjustments listed onpage 6 and to re-tune all the channels.The available adjustment items are as follows;TDA9885 : This can be adjusted for AGC.Video : This can be adjusted for the service adjustment.DO NOT ADJUST OTHER SETTINGS[After replacing the Memory IC (IC803)]The memory IC, IC803, stores the service adjustments data for each circuit, therefore, when the memory IC isreplaced, it should be programmed by using OPTION SETTING on previous page and the following adjustments.While pressing the green button on the remote control press the Pw on the cabinet front.The service menu appears.Use the 6or 5 to highlight the service menu you require and press the F/OK button to enter.Press the Menu button to navigate ackwards through the service menus until menus disappear.Note: Some items of the service adjustments for this chassis are controlled by the CPU, IC801, and theadjustments are carried out by using the RC handset.TO ENTER SERVICE ADJUSTMENTSTO EXIT SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS ServiceSV Vers 042

VideoSoundSTV2310TDA9885STV8206Median Filter ONOtherColour TemperatureWSSLCD ParametersFan controlIMPORTANT NOTICEDo not attempt to adjust service adjustments not listed on the above otherwise it may causeloss of performance and product safety.-7-N2DL/N2DWService menu: VideoEnter the service adjustment menu as described on the previous page and select Video usingthe Pwor Pvbuttons and then press the F/OK button to enter.Use the Pw or Pv buttons to select the option, then press the F/OK button on the remote control to enter.Service menu: SoundEnter the service adjustment menu as described on the previous page and select Sound usingthe Pw or Pv buttons and then press the F/OK button to enter.Use the Pwor Pvbuttons to select the option, then press the F/OK button on the remote control to enter.Service menu: TDA9885Enter the service adjustment menu as described on the previous page and select TDA9885using the Pw or Pv buttons and then press the F/OK button to enterUse the Pw or Pv buttons to select the option, then press the F/OK button on the remote control to enter.VIDEOG2 Alignment Config.White Point R 41White Point G 32White Point B 36Peak White Limiter 0Black Level offset R 8Black Level offset G 8Gain pre-scale RGB 0Fast blanking delay 0Luma/Chroma delay 0Restore defaultAudio MenuAudio TypeVolumeBalanceLoudnessSpatial effect3