This is what the Y-SUS board looks like on the back of the 60PZ950. Looks a bit different than the 50" that the manual shows. You can see where Set-Up and Set-Dn are in the pic.
post #331 of 1116
7/30/11 at 1:44pm
Here are some tips for you.
To do that work you should use a big mirror. Put the display in front of the mirror, work on the back of the TV and check the results by looking at the mirror. That's a safety way, used by the TV repair centers from the CRT era.
About the proper equipment, a digital multimeter (average quality) is enough. For safety reasons, use only full-plastic screwdrivers when you are working on the pots (the same are used for tube amps tuning). Cheap stuff and easy to find.
The complete updated instructions about the complete tuning of all the LG HDTVs, are on this document: http://188.8.131.52/contents/Displa...t_Handbook.pdf (last update is 07/21/2011). Read it very carefully from the first page (of your TV model) before start to do something. Some reference data is on the label of the panel of your TV, as explained on that doc.
ps. I guess I was the first guy who posted in this forum the link to that LG Tech website, a couple of months ago, but it was on other threads, 'sorry for that (here is one: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...6#post20483346 )