Monday, February 23, 2015

SAMSUNG PS50A756T1M - PS63A756T1M PLASMA TV SERVICE MODE

SAMSUNG PS50A756T1M - PS63A756T1M

 PLASMA TV 


SERVICE MODE 

Service Mode
General Remote
To Enter: POWER OFF  > INFO > MENU > MUTE > POWER ON
(Interval between key strokes: less than 3 sec)
To Exit: POWER OFF  > POWER ON
Factory Remote
To Enter: POWER ON > INFO > Factory Key (Interval between key strokes: less than 3 sec)
To Exit: POWER OFF > POWER ON
Press the Factory key twice with a key stroke interval of more than 1 second (Pressing once enters Aging Mode)
Settings when entering Factory mode
- Sharp Screen (Dynamic), Color Tone (Cool1), Factory (Dynamic CE Off)
 Adjustment Procedures
- Channel
▲▼ Key: Select an item.
- Volume LEFT / RIGHT Key: Adjust the value up or down.
- MENU Key : Save the changes to the EEPROM and return to the higher-level mode.
- Using the Numeric (0~9) keys, you can select a channel.
- Using the SOURCE key, you can switch AV modes.
White Balance - Calibration
If picture color is wrong, do calibration first.
Execute calibration in Factory Mode
1. Source : VIDEO
2. Setting Mode : PAL Video (MODE: #2)
3. Pattern : Pattern #24 (Chess Pattern)
4. Use Equipment : K-7256 or Equipment of equality level
5. Work order
1 Enter by Factory Mode select "2. WB Adjust".
2 Select “CALIBRATION”.
3 Select “AV CALIBRATION” again in CALIBRATION MENU.
4 After Completing Calibration, come out “Av success”. OSD on the screen (bottom-side) for about 3 seconds. Source AV : PAL composite, Component (DTV), HDMI: 1280*720/60Hz PC : 1024*768/60Hz.
White Balance
Adjust spec.
1. Source : HDMI
2. Setting Mode : 1280*720@60Hz
3. Pattern : Pattern #92
4. Use Equipment : MIK-7256 (MSPG925L)
5. Work order
1 Connect HDMI (DVI) output terminal of MIK-7256 (MSPG925L) to the HDMI input in main set
2 Set the input to HDMI mode
3 Enter the White Balance menu of service mode
4 Contact CA-210 sensor to glass filter
5 Adjust the low light
- Adjust Sub-Bright (LBE) to set the ‘Y’ value
- Adjust R-Offset (‘x’) and B-Offset (‘y’) to the color coordinates.
* Do not adjust G-Offset data
6 Adjust the high light
- Adjust Sub-Contrast (LBE) to set the ‘Y’ value
- Adjust R-Gain (‘x’) and B-Gain (‘y’) to the color coordinates.
* Do not adjust the G-gain data.
Voltage Adjustment
1. After replacing the SMPS or PDP panel, you must adjust the voltage referring to the voltage label printed on the panel.
(If you do not adjust the voltage, an abnormal discharge symptom may appear.)

Value
Vs
202
Va
57
Vset

Ve
95
Vsc
-190