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eiki lc-nb3e service manualPlease do not offer the downloaded file for sell only use it for personal usage. Looking for other manual? For this no need registration. May be help you to repair. You could suffer a fatal electrical shock. Instead, contact your nearest service center. Note! To open downloaded files you need acrobat reader or similar pdf reader program. In addition, Also some files are djvu so you need djvu viewer to open them. These free programs can be found on this page: needed progs If you use opera you have to disable opera turbo function to download file. If you cannot download this file, try it with CHROME or FIREFOX browser. Translate this page: Relevant PROJECTOR forum topics: Alfanumerikus kijelzo hatter vilagitasa nem mukodik Udv. Mindenkinek.Egy Lapauw ipari mosogep LCD kijelzojenek nem megy a hatter vilagitasa azt igy nagyon nehez programozni. Szet szedtem, megneztem es ferfiasan bevallom, ha meg egy ilyet latok az lesz a masodik. Egy kis traforol (talan inverter ) megy ket vezetek es a kijelzo alatt lehet ami vilagit. Azt kerdeznem hogy ezek a kijelzok egybe vannak epitve a hattervilagitassal, vagy kulon cserelheto. Sok idot nem tudtam vele foglalkozni, mert ment a termeles (mosas ) es majd a hetvegen tudom jobban szetszedni, de jo volna valami info az ilyen kijelzokrol. Van a birtokomban egy ilyen tablet (Flytouch 2) Android 4.0 rendszerrel. Kerdesem az lenne, hogyan tudom lementeni (dumpolni) a rendszert? 2 okbol is kellene:Vagyis szeretnek rajta is segiteni, illetve nekem is jo lenne egy biztonsagi mentes. Rengeteg oldalt vegigolvastam (ROM dump, superuser, root-olas, stb), de eddig semmi hasznalhato. Ha valaki otthon van ebben, vagy mar csinalt ilyet, legyen szives segitsen. Letoltott ROM-ot tudok felrakni, de neten csak kisebb verzioszammal erhetok el. Ha sikerulne lementenem, szivesen kozkincse teszem itt a tanyan is, biztos sokan fel tudjak hasznalni. Elore is koszonok minden segitseget!Udv: LaciHadd szoljon!http://ladachess.ru/userfiles/daihatsu-terios-1999-workshop-manual.xml

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Kalex Talaltam a cirkohoz bekotve egy IR86-os jelzesu muanyag dobozban levo elektronikat. Ha jol emlekszem, ezt be lehet kotni:Vizet kaphatott, es elkorrodalt az egyeniranyitoja. Javitva mukodik mar asztalon, csak nem tudom, hogy milyen fajta, tipusu, ket vezetekes langerzekelot kell rakotni, hogy helyesen mukodjon. Hidegen nagy ellenallasanak kell, hogy legyen, es melegen kicsinek. Emlekszem, hogy a vizmelegitoben a termoelem melle volt beteve meg egy erzekelo, csak mar nem emlekszem, hogy az micsoda volt. Ket normal vezeteken kellett ebbe az IR86-ba bekotni, es amikor beindult a ZV4-es vizmelegito, akkor lekapcsolta arra az idore a cirkot. Udv: formasuYou can write in English language into the forum (not only in Hungarian). To improve the performance, there may be some differences to the actual set. When you order the service parts, use service parts code mentioned on the parts list in this service manual. The parts specification of resistors, capacitors and coils are expressed in designated code. Please check the parts description by the following code table. 2. Some of transistors and diodes are indicated in mark for the substitution of parts name. Please check the parts name by the following code table. 3. Voltages and waveforms were taken with a video color bar signal(1Vp-p at 75 ohms terminated) and controls to normal. 4. Voltages were taken with a high-impedance digital voltmeter. SM 5110335 Multimedia Pr ojector SER VICE MANU AL ORIGINAL VERSION Chassis No. MM8-NB3E00 Model No. LC-NB3E (U.S.A., Canada) Give complete “Chassis No. ” f or par ts order or ser viceing, it is shown on the r ating sheet on the cabinet on the pro- jector. FOREW ORD F or your con venience, all service par ts, identified in this manual are av ailable through Eiki’ s normal distr ibution channels.http://adveotec.com/img/daihatsu-terios-2003-owners-manual.xml In addition to ser vice par t number, the generic descr iptions hav e been given, where possib le, to allow y our ser vice technicians to substitute equivalent components which might be a vailab le from other sources. All orders f or ser vice par ts will be honored. Howe v er, in instances where generic components are considered to be av ailable from se v eral common sources, as w ould be the case with an industr y standard fuse, resistor, or semicon- ductor, it ma y be more economical and e xpeditious to purchase the par t locally. 1 2 3. 88 Summary of content (88 pages) Page 1 SERVICE MANUAL Multimedia Projector Model No. LC-NB3E (U.S.A., Canada) ORIGINAL VERSION Chassis No. MM8-NB3E00 Give complete “Chassis No.” for parts order or serviceing, it is shown on the rating sheet on the cabinet on the projector. FOREWORD For your convenience, all service parts, identified in this manual are available through Eiki’s normal distribution channels. Primary side of the converter and lamp power supply unit circuit is connected to the AC line and it is hot, which hot circuit is identified with the line ( ) in the schematic diagram. For continued product safety and protection of personnel injury, servicing should be made with qualified personnel. The following precautions must be observed. Relay lens-out adjustment. If the abnormality occurs inside the projector, it will automatically turn off by operating one of the following protection circuits. ? Fuse The fuse is located inside of the projector. When either the LAMP Fuse indicator or the READY indicator is not illuminated, fuse may be opened. Check the fuse as following steps. Page 7 Circuit Protections. Warning temperature and power failure protection The TEMP WARNING indicator flashes red and the projector will automatically turn off when the internal temperature of the projector exceeds the normal temperature or when stopping cooling fans or when the internal power supply lines are failed.http://schlammatlas.de/en/node/21692 Check the following possible causes and wait until stopping the TEMP WARNING indicator flashing. Possible causes - Air filter is clogged with dust particles. Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may be ignored. Caution: The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as the original otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety. 1 Cabinet Top and Control Panel removal 1 Remove 4 screws A to take the Cabinet Top Ass’y upward off. Page 9 Mechanical Disassemblies 3 AV, AV Sub Board and Speaker removal 1 Remove 1 screw A to release a grounding wire. 2 Pull the Rear Panel ass’y upward. 3 Remove 4 screws B and take AV Board off. 4 Remove 4 screws C and take AV Sub Board off. 5 Remove 4 screws D and take Speaker off. Page 10 Mechanical Disassemblies 5 Lamp Ballast Unit removal 1 Remove 1 screw A and disconnect the Lamp Socket. 2 Remove 2 screws B to take the Lamp Ballast ass’y upward off. 3 Remove 4 screws C to take the Lamp Ballast Board off. B C B C C C A Lamp ballast board Fig.5 6 Filter Board removal 1 Remove 3 screws A and pull the Filter Board ass’y upward. 2 Remove 1 screw B to take the grounding lead from the cabinet bottom. 3 Remove 4 screws C to take the Filter Board off. A C C A Filter board C C A B Fig. Page 11 Mechanical Disassemblies 7 Power Box Cover and Fans(FN901, FN906) removal 1 Remove 4 screws A to take the Fan(FN901) off. 2 Remove 4 screws B to take the Fan(FN905) off. 3 Remove 3 screws C to take the Power Box Cover upward off. A A FN906 A A B B B C C B C Power box cover FN901 Fig.7 8-1 Optical Unit removal 1 Remove 1 screw A to take the Lamp Cover off. 2 Loosen 3 screws B to take the Lamp assembly by pulling the handle. Step to next procedure. Lamp ass’y B B B Lamp cover A -11- Fig. Page 12 Mechanical Disassemblies 8-2 Optical Unit removal Step from previous procedure. 3 Remove 6 screws C to take the Optical Unit upward upward off.https://iprende.com/images/casio-520l-manual.pdf To mount optical unit, mount optical unit first then mount the Lamp assembly and Lamp Cover. C C C C C C Optical unit Fig.8-2 9 Power and P.F. Board removal B 1 Remove 8 screws A to take the Power Board ass’y upward off. 2 Remove 4 screws B to take the P. F. Board from the Power Board. 3 Remove 3 screws C to take the Power Board holder from the Cabinet Bottom. Page 13 Mechanical Disassemblies 10 Fan (FN905) removal 1 Remove 1 screw A and take a Washer, Spring and A Interlock Switch lever. 2 Pull the Fan and duct ass’y upward, then remove the 2 screws B to take the Fan (FN906) off. Interlock switch lever B B FN905 Fig.10 11 Temp Board and Fans (FN902, FN903, FN904) removal 1 Remove 1 screw A to take the Temp. Board off. 2 Remove 8 screws B and to take the Fan Duct B B B Top off and remove the Fans (FN902, FN903, FN904). Disassembly requires a 2.0mm hex wrench and a screwdriver. Projection Lens removal 1 Remove the Front Panel following to “Front Panel Removal” on “Mechanical Disassemblies”. 2 Remove 4 screws to take the Projection Lens ass’y off. Fig.1 Integrator Lens-In disassembly 1 Remove 2 screws A and pull the Integrator Lens-In ass’y upward. Page 15 Optical Pats Disassemblies Condenser lens disassembly 1 Remove 2 screws A and pull the Condenser Lens ass’y upward. 2 Remove 4 screws B to take the Lens off from the holder. Page 16 Optical Parts Disassemblies Relay Lens-Out disassembly 1 Remove 2 screws A and pull the Relay Lens-Out ass’y upward. 2 Remove 2 screws B to take the Lens off from the holder. Note: There is no mounting direction of the lens. A B A Holder B Relay Lens-Out Fig.5-2 Fig.5-1 Polarized Glass-In removal 1 Remove each screw and pull the Polarized Glass-In ass’y upward. 2 Unhook the stoppers and take the glass off upward. A Note: Do not replace the LCD panel separately otherwise it can not obtain proper picture. When mounting or assembling the optical parts in the optical unit, the parts must be mounted in the specified location and direction as shown in figure below. When replacing the LCD panel, should be replaced whole of the LCD panels and prism ass’y at once. The inside of the projector can become very hot. - Do not drop the lamp module or touch the glass bulb. The glass can shatter and cause injury. Procedure 1 Turn off the projector and disconnect the AC cord. Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes. 2 Remove a screw with a screwdriver and remove the lamp cover. When you adjust Condenser lens, Condenser lens-out or Relay lens adjustment, you need to disconnect some connectors and FPC cables of LCD panels on the main board. Page 22 Optical Adjustments Condenser Lens adjustment 1 Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables. 2 Project only green light on the screen. 3 Adjust the adjustment base of condenser lens assy to make color 4 uniformity in green. 1) If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in Fig.2-1, loosen 2 screws A with the 2.0mm hex driver, and adjust the slot B to make color uniformity in green by using a slot screwdriver. Page 23 Optical Adjustments Condenser Lens-Out adjustment 1 Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables. 2 Project green and blue lights on the screen. 3 Adjust the adjustment base of condenser lens-out assy to make color uniformity in cyan. 1) If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in Fig.3-1, loosen 1 screw A with the 2.0mm hex driver, and adjust the slot B to make color uniformity in cyan by using a slot screwdriver. Page 24 Optical Adjustments Relay lens-Out adjustment 1 Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables. 2 Project all of lights on the screen. 3 Adjust the adjustment base of relay lens assy to make color uniformity in white. 1) If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in Fig.4-1, loosen 1 screw A with the 2.0mm hex driver, and adjust the slot B to make color uniformity in white by using a slot screwdriver. Service Adjustment Menu Operation To enter the service mode To enter the “Service Mode”, press and hold the MENU and IMAGE button on the projector at the same time for more than 3 seconds. The service menu appears on the screen as follows. To adjust service data Select the adjustment group no.Page 26 Electrical Adjustments. Circuit Adjustments CAUTION: The each circuit has been made by the fine adjustment at factory. Service Adjustment Data Table No. Page 31 Electrical Adjustments No. Page 32 Electrical Adjustments No. Page 33 Electrical Adjustments No. Page 34 Electrical Adjustments Test Points and Locations. Page 36 Troubleshooting Power supply drive and protection diagrams and locations SW902 IC2881 F601 SW904 SW902 Thermal sw. Page 37 Troubleshooting No Picture 3. No picture from both of Video and Computer sources. The possible causes of No Picture are listed below. Please check following and refer to video signal processing diagrams in the figure opposite. Check RGB signals at test points TP52R, TP52G and TP52B. Check RGB signals at test points TP201R, TP5201G and TP201B. Check HSYNC signal at test point TP205. Check MUTE signal at pin 7 of IC1831, pins 7 and 13 of IC1881, and peripheral circuit. Mute On: High Check sound volume signal at pins 27, 28 of K10U, and pin 14 of IC1831.Check IC IC001, IC031 and peripheral circuit. Volume Min.: Low Check audio signals at pins14 and 15 of IC5011 on AV Board. Page 41 Control Port Functions Pin No. Page 42 Control Port Functions. Page 43 Control Port Functions. IIC Bus DA Converter (IC2161) Port Functions Pin No. If this occurs, clean the inside of optical unit. Remove dust and other particles using air spray. If dirt cannot be removed by air spray, disassemble and clean the optical unit. AD8183ARU ? BA6287F -47- Page 48 IC Block Diagrams. BA7078AF ? CXA2101AQ -48- Page 49 IC Block Diagrams. CXD2064Q ? L3E01031 -49- Page 50 IC Block Diagrams. L3E06070 ? L3E07050 -50- Page 51 IC Block Diagrams. ML60851 ? M62393 -51- Page 52 IC Block Diagrams. TB1274AF ? TA1318N -52- Page 53 IC Block Diagrams. Components indicated by a.It is particularly recommended that only parts specified on the following parts list be used for components replacement pointed out by the mark. R618 R619 R62A R62B R62C R62D R62E R62F R62G R62H R62I R62J R62L R62P R62Q R62R R620 R623 Part No. Page 59 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No.Page 60 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. D69B D69C Part No. 407 004 0706 407 004 0706 MISCELLANEOUS PC641 408 039 3502.IC3011 IC3041 IC5011 IC5161 Part No. Description Key No. Page 62 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. Description Key No. Page 63 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. D2057 D2058 D2059 D2811 D2812 D3001 D3002 D3003 D3004 D3006 Part No. 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 Description 187 187 187 179 179 179 179 179 187 187 8209 8209 8209 0501 0501 0501 0501 0501 8209 8209 ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER ZENER DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE UDZ12B-TE-17 UDZ12B-TE-17 UDZ12B-TE-17 UDZ6.2B-TE-17 UDZ6.2B-TE-17 UDZ6.2B-TE-17 UDZ6.2B-TE-17 UDZ6. Page 64 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. MISCELLANEOUS X6171 645 046 9213 Description Key No. OSC,CERAMIC 503. Page 65 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Q3111 Q3112 Q3113 Q3162 Q3163 Q3171 Q3172 Q3181 Q3182 Q3591 Q3592 Q4171 Q4172 Q6126 Q6127 Q6137 Q8121 Q8122 Q8141 Part No. Page 66 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. IC5241 IC5251 IC5261 IC5271 IC5281 IC5291 IC531 IC561 IC6101 IC6121 IC6141 IC6211 IC6221 IC6241 IC6251 IC6261 IC6271 IC6281 IC6621 IC6631 IC6641 IC6651 IC6661 IC6671 IC801 IC8121 IC8131 IC841 IC9801 Part No. Description Key No. Page 67 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. C2103 C2104 C2105 C2106 C211 C2111 C2112 C2113 C2117 C2118 C2119 C212 C2121 C2124 C2126 C2127 C213 C2161 C2162 C2163 C2164 C221 C2501 C2502 C2503 C2506 C2507 C2508 C251 C2511 C2512 C2513 C2516 C2517 C2518 C2521 C2522 C2523 C2526 C2527 C2528 C2571 C2572 C2573 C2591 C2807 C2821 C2822 C2823 C2882 C301 C302 C303 C304 C306 C307 C308 C309 C3101 C3102 Part No. Page 68 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. C406 C407 C408 C409 C4102 C4103 C4104 C4105 C4106 C411 C4116 C412 C4127 C413 C4134 C4137 C4138 C4139 C414 C4141 C4142 C4143 C4144 C4146 C4147 C4148 C4149 C4151 C4152 C4153 C4154 C4156 C4158 C4159 C416 C4161 C4162 C4163 C4164 C4166 C4167 C4168 C4169 C417 C4176 C4177 C418 C4186 C419 C421 C422 C423 C501 C502 C503 C504 C506 C507 C508 C509 C511 C512 C513 Part No. Page 69 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. C568 C569 C571 C572 C573 C581 C582 C6101 C6121 C6127 C6131 C6141 C6147 C6151 C6202 C6204 C6211 C6212 C6216 C6221 C6222 C6226 C6241 C6242 C6243 C6244 C6245 C6246 C6247 C6248 C6249 C6251 C6261 C6265 C6266 C6267 C6268 C6271 C6281 C6601 C6602 C6603 C6604 C6606 C6607 C6611 C6612 C6613 C6614 C6616 C6617 C6621 C6622 C6623 C6624 C6631 C6632 C6633 Part No. Page 70 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. RB1446 RB301 RB302 RB303 RB304 RB305 RB306 RB307 RB308 RB309 RB310 RB311 RB312 RB3821 RB411 RB412 RB413 RB414 RB415 RB416 RB501 RB502 RB503 RB531 RB532 RB533 RB561 RB562 RB563 RB9801 RB9802 R110 R1101 R1102 R1103 Part No. Page 71 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. R152 R153 R154 R156 R157 R158 R1581 R1582 R1583 R1584 R1586 R1587 R1588 R1589 R159 R1591 R1592 R1593 R171 R172 R173 R174 R176 R177 R178 R1801 R1802 R1816 R1817 R1818 R1819 R1831 R1832 R1833 R1834 R1836 R1837 R1851 R1852 R1853 R1855 R1861 R1862 R1863 R1864 R1876 R1877 R1878 R1879 R1881 R1882 R1883 R1884 R1886 R1887 R1888 R1889 R1891 R1892 R204 R205 R207 R2101 R2102 R2103 R2104 R2105 Part No. Page 72 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. R2549 R2550 R2551 R2552 R2553 R2554 R2555 R2556 R2557 R2558 R2559 R2560 R2561 R2562 R2571 R2572 R2576 R2577 R2581 R2584 R2591 R2806 R2807 R2821 R2822 R2823 R2824 R2825 R2826 R2841 R2842 R2843 R2844 R2851 R2852 R2853 R2854 R2856 R2857 R2858 R2861 R2862 R2866 R2867 R2868 R2877 R2881 R2882 R2883 R2884 R2887 R2889 R2891 R301 R302 R306 R308 R3100 R3101 R3102 R3103 R3104 R3105 R3106 R3107 R3108 R3109 Part No. Page 73 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. R3544 R3545 R3546 R3547 R3552 R3553 R3556 R3558 R356 R3561 R3562 R3563 R3564 R3565 R3567 R3568 R3569 R3570 R3571 R3573 R3574 R3575 R3576 R3577 R358 R3581 R3582 R359 R3591 R3592 R3593 R3594 R361 R362 R364 R366 R368 R371 R3801 R3802 R3803 R3804 R3806 R381 R3821 R3822 R3823 R383 R3831 R3832 R3835 R384 R3841 R3842 R3843 R3844 R3846 R3847 R3848 R387 R388 R391 R392 R393 R394 R4103 R4104 Part No. Page 74 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. R457 R458 R459 R461 R462 R463 R464 R466 R467 R468 R469 R471 R472 R473 R504 R507 R5201 R5202 R5203 R521 R5211 R5212 R5213 R5214 R5215 R5216 R5217 R5218 R5219 R5221 R5222 R5223 R5224 R5225 R5226 R523 R5231 R5232 R5233 R5234 R5235 R5236 R524 R5241 R5243 R5245 R5248 R5251 R5252 R5253 R5254 R5255 R5256 R5257 R5258 R5259 R5261 R5262 R5271 R5274 R5276 R5277 R5278 R5281 R5284 R5286 R5287 Part No. Page 75 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. ! R6616 R6619 R6622 R6623 R6624 R6652 R6661 R6671 R6672 R801 R802 R803 R804 R806 R807 R808 R811 R812 R8121 R8122 R8126 R8127 R8128 R8129 R8131 R8132 R814 R8141 R8143 R816 R818 R819 R821 R822 R823 R826 R827 R828 R831 R832 R834 R836 R841 R842 R846 R847 R848 R851 R856 R857 R858 R861 R862 R866 R867 R868 R871 R872 R873 R874 R876 R877 R878 R879 R881 R882 R883 Part No. Page 76 MM8-NB3E00 Electrical Parts List Key No. D2842 D2843 D2844 D3111 D3112 D3161 D3171 D3591 D3801 D3802 D3821 D3831 D6126 D6127 D6131 D6132 D6146 D6151 D6211 D6212 D6213 D6214 D6223 D6224 D6602 D6606 D6611 D6621 D6631 D6641 D6642 D6661 D6662 D801 D802 D8122 D8126 D856 D857 Part No. Page Count: 88 Model No. LC-NB3EGive complete “Chassis No.” for partsIn addition to service part number, the generic descriptions have been given, where possible, to allow your serviceAll orders for service parts will be honored. However, in instances where generic components are considered to bePrimary side ofFor continued product safety and protection of personnelThe following precautions must be observed.Before returning any projector to the customer, theComponents indicated by markIt is, therefore, particularly recommended that the replacement of there partsAlways turnThe Ultraviolet radiation eye protection required during this servicing. Never turn the power on without the lamp to avoid electric-shock or damage of the devices since the stabilizerSince the lamp is very high temperature during units operation replacement of the lamp should be done at leastMulti-media Projector. Dimensions (W x H x D)Net WeightLCD Panel SystemPanel ResolutionNumber of PixelsColor SystemHigh Definition TV SIgnalsScanning Frequency. Projection Image Size (diagonal). Adjustable from 31” to 300”. Horizontal ResolutionProjection Lens. Throw Distance. Projection LampAV Input Jacks. AV Audio Input Jacks. RCA Type x 2. Computer Input TerminalMonitor Output TerminalComputer Audio Input Jack. Mini Jack (stereo). Control Port Connector. Mini DIN 8 pin x 1. USB Connector. USB Series B receptance x 1. External Speaker Jack. Internal Audio Amp.Built-in SpeakerFeet AdjustmentVoltage and. Power Consumption. Operating Temperature. Storage Temperature. Remote Control Transmitters. Wireless Remote Control, batteries AA, UM3 or R06 Type x 2This symbol on the nameplate means the product is Listed by Underwriters. Laboratories Inc. It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety standards against risk of fire, casualty and electrical hazards.Optical Adjustments. Prism. Ass’y. Condenser. Lens. Condenser lens adjustmentLens-Out. Polarized glassPower. Board. Main. BoardElectrical Adjustments. Relay. Lens-Out. Pedestal adjustmentIf the abnormality occurs insideThe fuse is located inside of the projector. When either the LAMP FuseIt should be used the specified fuse as follows. Line Filter Board. Fuse Part No.: 423 022 2102Disassemblies”.To install the fuse, take reversed step in the above.There is the thermal switch (SW902) inside of the projector toThe thermal switch is not reset to normal automatically even if theReset the thermal switchCheck the resistance between terminals of thermal switch byReset Button. How to reset the thermal switchDisassemblies”.Thermal switch (SW902)The interlock switch (SW904) cuts off the AC mains power supplyAfter opening the lamp cover forThe TEMP WARNING indicator flashes red and the projector will automatically turn off when the internal temperature of the projector exceeds the normal temperature or when stopping cooling fans or when the internal powerCheck the following possible causes and wait until stopping the TEMP WARNING indicator flashing. Possible causesRemove dust from the air filter by following instructions in the “Air filterIn such an event, reposition the projector so that ventilation slots areIf the TEMP WARNING indicator still continues to flash, there may be defects on cooling fans or power supply circuits. Please check fan operation and power supply lines referring to the “Power Supply Lines Chart”. Air filter care and cleaning. The removable air filter prevents dust from accumulation on the surface of the projection lens and projection mirror. Should the air filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce the cooling fan’s effectiveness and may resultTo clean up the air filter, follow the cleaning procedureMake sure that the air filter is fully inserted. Air filterDo not put the small parts into the air intake vents. It mayThe air filter isUsing in dusty place may cause the pictureWhen using under the dusty or smoky conditions, dust may accumulate on the LCD panel and lens inside it, andWhen the above symptoms are noticed, please clean up the LCD panel and lens following to the “Cleaning. Method”.Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may be ignored. Caution. The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as the original otherwise it may cause loss ofCabinet topMain Board. Fig.2AV boardFig.3Fig.5Step to next procedure. Lamp ass’yStep from previous procedure.To mount optical unit, mount optical unit first then mount the Lamp assemblyFig.8-2Power Board.Interlock switch leverDisassembly requires a 2.0mm hex wrench and a screwdriver. Projection Lens removalDisassemblies”.Fig.1. Integrator Lens-In disassemblyIntegrator LensFig.2-1Condenser lens disassemblyHolderFig.3-2. Fig.3-1. Condenser Lens-Out disassemblyNote. Lens should be placed as shown in the figure below.Side View. Fig.4-2. Fig.4-1Relay Lens-Out disassemblyNote. There is no mounting direction of the lens.Fig.5-2. Fig.5-1. Polarized Glass-In removalPhase Sheet. Polarized Glass-In. HooksFig.6-1Polarized Glass-Out removalDo not replace the LCD panelGlass-Out. LCD PanelFig.7-2. Fig.7-1. Optical Unit Top removalOptical Unit Top. Fig.8Locations and Directions. Key No. When mounting or assembling the optical parts in the optical unit, theMirror (W). Integrator lens (OUT). Prism beam splitter (PBS). Dichroic mirror (B). Condenser lens (OUT). Dichroic mirror (G). Relay lens (IN). Mirror (R). Condenser lens (R). Condenser lens. Condenser lens (B). Optical filter (UV cut). Mirror (B)These LCD panels are installed with precision at the factory. When replacing the LCD panel, should be replacedAdjustment” following to chapter “Optical Adjustment”.If you find the color shading, please adjust the white uniformity by using the proper computer andNote. Do not replace the LCDAss’y. Top ViewMounting Procedure:Confirm the focus at TELE and WIDE zoom.The glass canProcedureAllow the projector toService Parts No.HandleNote:Lamp Assembly. How to reset Lamp Replace CounterRecommendationPress the POINT. SETTING menu icon.SELECT button. The message “Lamp replace counterShould the air filter become clogged with dust particles,Refer to “Air Filter Cleaning”. Please refer to the owners manual for further information. Please refer to Revision-1 for information on How to check Lamp Replace CounterHow to check Lamp Replace Counter. The LAMP REPLACEMENT indicator will illuminateYou can check the lamp replace counter following toInput. Video. Group No. DataBefore taking optical adjustments below, remove the Cabinet Top and Main Board following to the “Mechanical. Disassemblies”. Adjustments require a 2.0mm hex wrench and a slot screwdriver. When you adjust Condenser lens, CondenserNote: Do not disconnect connectors K8N, K8P, K8H, K8R and K8S on the main board, because the projector canContrast adjustmentSlot BPolarized glass. Repeat steps 1 to 3 for remaining polarized glasses.Fig.1-1. Main Board. R-Polarized Glass. Mounting BaseMounting BaseMounting Base. Fig.1-2Condenser Lens adjustmentTighten screws A and C to fix the Condenser lens unit.GreenNote. The relay lens adjustment must be carried out after completing thisSlot B. Fig.2-1. Moving of slot BGreenSlot D. Fig.2-2. Moving of Slot DCondenser Lens-Out adjustmentCyanSlot BFig.3-1. Moving of slot BCyanFig.3-2. Moving of slot DRelay lens-Out adjustmentWhite. Slot BFig.4-1. Moving of slot BWhiteFig.4-2. Moving of slot DTo enter the service mode. To enter the “Service Mode”, press and hold the MENU and IMAGE button on the projector at the same time forTo adjust service data. Select the adjustment group no.To exit the service mode. To exit the service mode, press the POWER ON-OFF button on the projector or remote control unit. Service Mode. Input. DataItem No.IC1801 on the main board stores the data for the service adjustments, and should not be replaced except forIf replaced, it should be performed the re-adjustmentsThe data of lamp replacement monitor timer is storedPlease note that the lamp replace counter is resetPlease note that the lamp replace counter is reset.IC1801 is not defective). When the main board is replaced, IC1801 should beIn this case, the lamp replace counter can be kept theWhen IC1801 is replaced with new one, the CPUCAUTION: The each circuit has been made by the fine adjustment at factory. Do not attempt to adjust the following adjustments except requiring the readjustments in servicing otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety.Note:Output Voltage adjustment. Pedestal adjustment. After replacing the Power Board, PF.C. Board, readjustAC InputReading. Be sure to connect the lamp when taking this adjustment. Fan Voltage adjustmentSelect item no. “1” and changeSelect item no. “2” andSelect item no. “3” and changeSelect item no. “4” and changeNRS adjustment. Black Level adjustmentSignal Center adjustmentPC Offset adjustment. PC Gain adjustmentWhite LevelBlack LevelAV Gain adjustment. Gamma Shift adjustmentWhite Balance adjustmentWhite LevelConfirm that the same white balance is obtained inCommon Center adjustmentIf you find the color shading on the screen, pleaseNo. Adjustment Item. Initial Value. Group: 0 TB1274S-Video PAL. S-Video SECAM. Y,Cb,CrS-Video PAL. S-Video SECAMYCbCrDescriptionROM to memory IC when replaced new memory IC. The adjustment items indicated with “?” are required to readjust followingOther items should be used withOthers: 10. Others: 10OthersFor cinema mode. Only adjustable for PAL,SECAM. Set this value at Cinema ModeNo. Initial ValueNote1. Note1. Note1Note1. R Correction value of vertical line. G Correction value of vertical line. B Correction value of vertical line. Gray scale level adjustmentNo. RangeGroup: 11 Fan ControlFan-1 Speed Monitor.