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#26: Identifying the Part Number: Samsung

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Main Boards - For Plasma TV's, LCD TV's, & LED TV's

The board number usually begins with the prefix "BN41-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter and is typically found stamped on the board in white-colored text or black-colored text. 

  • Example: BN41-02157B

The part number is commonly found on a white-colored serial number sticker and it takes one of 3 variations. The most common one begins with the prefix "BN94-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter. The runner up starts with "BN96-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter. And lastly "BN91-" is the final variation. Older TV's will take a slightly different prefix but the same principles apply as the one's below. 

  • Example: BN94-01199D
  • Example: BN96-07896B
  • Example: BN91-00900A

T-Con Boards - For LCD TV's & LED TV's

The board number varies immensely, depending on who manufactured the circuit board. There are 3 common forms that the board number may appear as and are ordinarily stamped on the board in white-colored text.

Form #1: If the board is manufactured by Samsung, it will take the following forms below.

  • Example #1: 4046HSC4LV3.3
  • Example #2: 4046NU_MB4C6LV0.7
  • Example #3: 404652HHC8LV1.8

For newer LED TV's, if the board is manufactured by Samsung, the board number will take the form below.

  • Example: BN41-02069A (Notice how it looks just like board number of the Samsung Main Board?)

Form #2: If the board is manufactured by CMO, it will take the following forms below.

  • Example #1: V320B-C1
  • Example #2: V400H1-C01
  • Example #3: V500HK1-CS5

Form #3: If the board is manufactured by AUO, it will take the following forms below.

  • Example #1: T260XW02 V6
  • Example #2: T370HW02 VC
  • Example #3: T500HVN01.0

The part number, depending on who manufactured the circuit board, also has many variations but there are 3 common forms that the part number may appear as and are usually found on a white-colored serial number sticker.

Form #1: If the part is manufactured by Samsung, it will begin with this prefix "LJ94-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter. This prefix isn't usually found on the board. It will have to be manually added to the partial part number found on the serial number sticker. The part number is usually buried within the first 6 letter-number sequence on the serial number sticker. 

Form #2: If the part is manufactured by CMO, then the part number will begin with the prefix "35-D" followed by 6 digits. For newer TV's, the prefix will be "3E-D" followed by 6 digits. 

  • Example: 3D-016630
  • Example: 3E-084804

For the newest LED TV's, if the board is manufactured by Samsung, the part number will begin with the prefix "BN95-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter.

  • Example: BN95-00628C

Form #3: If the part is manufactured by AUO, then the part number will be buried within the white-colored serial number sticker and will usually begin with the prefix "55" followed by 2 digits, 1 letter, and 5 digits. In some instances, the part number may be written with periods separating these digits.

  • Example: 5546T02010 (no periods)
  • Example: 55.46T02.010 (with periods)

Backlight Inverter Boards & LED Drivers - For LCD TV's & LED TV's


The board number has too many variations and depends largely on who manufactured the circuit board but we'll cover some of the most common ones below. 

  • Example #1: SSB400HA20V (Manufactured by Samsung)
  • Example #2: VIT71043.50
  • Example #3: 4H.V1448.291/B1
  • Example #4: 48.V1448.021/A

The part number also has too many variations and depends largely on who manufactured the circuit board as well. 

If the part is manufactured by Samsung, then the partial part number will be buried within the white-colored serial number sticker found on the board. It will usually have a prefix "LJ97-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter. This prefix will not be found on the board and will need to be manually added to the partial part number found on the serial number sticker.

For all other manufacturers, the part number will take the following common forms below.

Example #1: 1926T05004 or 19.26T05.004

Example #2: 27-D022997

Example #3: VK8A183I04 or VK.8A183.I04

Example #4: 1926006303 or 19.26006.303


Y-Sustain, X-Sustain, Buffer/Y-Buffer Boards, Scan Drives, & Logic 

Boards - For Plasma TV's

The board number will usually begin with the prefix "LJ41-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter and is commonly found as white-colored text that is stamped on the board. 

Example: LJ41-07015A

The part number is not usually found on the board itself but its closest equivalent, the PBA number, may be treated as if it was the part number. It usually begins with the prefix "LJ92-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter and is typically found as a partial part number buried within the serial number sticker on the board. 

Example: LJ92-01688A



Power Supply Boards - For Plasma TV's, LCD TV's, & LED TV's

The board number has too many variations but we'll list some of the most common ones below. 

  • Example #1: PSLF201502B
  • Example #2: PSPF391A01A
  • Example #3: PSC10170HM
  • Example #4: IP-301135A
  • Example #5: SIP-400B
  • Example #5: H40F1_9DY

The part number usually begins with the prefix "BN44-" followed by 5 digits and 1 letter and is commonly buried within the white-colored serial number sticker.


Other Miscellaneous Boards - For Plasma TV's, LCD TV's & LED TV's

For all other miscellaneous circuit boards, such as IR sensors, Keypad Controllers, Wireless LAN, etc, they will follow some such pattern for the board number and part number like the above. However, the vast majority of them won't have the part number on the board itself. You may treat the board number or the model code as if it is the part number in these cases.




 

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