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JVC PD35D30ES
Service Manual


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Description of JVC PD35D30ES Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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PD-35D30ES

2.4 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE [DISPLAY UNIT] CAUTION: • When exchanging parts etc. with the front side (PDP side) facing down, please place a protection sheet below before starting, so as to prevent scratches on the front side. 2.4.1 REMOVING THE REAR COVER (Fig.1) (1) Remove the power cord / system cable / speaker cord. (2) Remove the 14 screws [A] and the 6 screws [B], and remove the REAR COVER. (3) Remove the 1 screw [C], and remove the INSULATION SHEET.

E D
(x2) (x6)

F
(x2)

TERMINAL COVER SPEAKER TERMINAL PWB

AC INLET COVER

A
(x4) (x8)

A

B
(x2)

A
(x2)

G
B
(x4)

REAR COVER

Fig.2 2.4.4 REMOVING THE LINE FILTER PWB (Fig.3) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the AC INLET COVER. (1) Remove the 6 screws [H], and remove the LINE FILTER PWB together with the FILTER SHIELD. NOTE: • Disconnect the connector [CN00P] from the LINE FILTER PWB. • It is advisable to take note of the connecting location (connector number) of the removed connectors. 2.4.5 REMOVING THE AUDIO PWB (Fig.3) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the TERMINAL COVER and SPEAKER TERMINAL PWB. (1) Remove the 4 screws [I], and remove the AUDIO PWB. NOTE: • Disconnect the connectors [CN60SP], [CN600K], [CN60CA], [CN60CE], [CN60CF] from the AUDIO PWB. • It is advisable to take note of the connecting location (connector number) of the removed connectors.

C
INSULATION SHEET

Fig.1 2.4.2 REMOVING THE SPEAKER TERMINAL PWB (Fig.2) • Remove the REAR COVER. (1) Remove the 2 screws [D], and withdraw the TERMINAL COVER. (2) Remove the 6 screws [E], and remove the SPEAKER TERMINAL PWB. NOTE: • Disconnect the connector [CN60SP] from the SPEAKER TERMINAL PWB. • It is advisable to take note of the connecting location (connector number) of the removed connectors. 2.4.3 REMOVING THE AC INLET COVER (Fig.2) • Remove the REAR COVER. (1) Remove the 2 screws [F] and 1 screw [G], and withdraw the AC INLET COVER. NOTE: • Disconnect the connector [CN0PW] from the LINE FILTER PWB. • It is advisable to take note of the connecting location (connector number) of the removed connectors.

2.4.6 REMOVING THE SYSTEM POWER PWB (Fig.3) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the INSULATION SHEET. (1) Remove the 4 screws [J], and remove the SYSTEM POWER PWB. NOTE: • Disconnect the connectors [CN900J], [CN900P], [CN90CB], [CN90CA], [CN900K] from the SYSTEM POWER PWB. • It is advisable to take note of the connecting location (connector number) of the removed connectors.

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