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UMTS TELEPHONE SGH-L760 UMTS TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Safety Precautions 2. Specification 3. Product Function 4. Array course control 5. Exploded View and Parts List 6. MAIN Electrical Parts List 7. Block Diagrams 8. PCB Diagrams 9. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 10. Reference data 11. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions GSPN (Global Service Partner Network) Country Web Site North America service.samsungportal.com Latin America latin.samsungportal.com CIS cis.samsungportal.com Europe europe.samsungportal.com China china.samsungportal.com Asia asia.samsungportal.com Mideast & Africa mea.samsungpo...
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UMTS TELEPHONE SGH-L760

UMTS TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Safety Precautions 2. Specification 3. Product Function 4. Array course control 5. Exploded View and Parts List 6. MAIN Electrical Parts List 7. Block Diagrams 8. PCB Diagrams 9. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 10. Reference data 11. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions,

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This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. ⓒ Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law. 2007. 07. Rev.1.0, 1. Safety Precautions 1-1. Repair Precaution ● Repair in Shield Box, during detailed tuning. Take specially care of tuning or test, because cellular phone is sensitive for surrounding interference(RF noise). ● Be careful to use a kind of magnetic object or tool, because performance of parts is damaged by the influence of magnetic force. ● Surely use a standard screwdriver when you disassemble this product, otherwise screw will be worn away. ● Use a thicken twisted wire when you measure level. A thicken twisted wire has low resistance, therefore errors of measurement are few. ● Repair after separate Test Pack and Set because for short danger (for example an overcurrent and furious flames of parts etc) when you repair board in condition of connecting Test Pack and tuning on. ● Take specially care of soldering, because Land of PCB is small and weak in heat. ● Surely tune on/off while using AC power plug, because a repair of battery charger is dangerous when tuning ON/OFF PBA and Connector after disassembling charger. ● Don't use as you pleases after change other material than replacement registered on SEC System. Otherwise engineer in charge isn't charged with problem that you don't keep this rules. 1-1, Safety Precautions 1-2. ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices) Precaution Several semiconductor may be damaged easily by static electricity. Such parts are called by ESD (Electrostatically Sensitive Devices), for example IC,BGA chip etc. Read Precaution below. You can prevent from ESD damage by static electricity. ● Remove static electricity remained your body before you touch semiconductor or parts with semiconductor. There are ways that you touch an earthed place or wear static electricity prevention string on wrist. ● Use earthed soldering steel when you connect or disconnect ESD. ● Use soldering removing tool to break static electricity. , otherwise ESD will be damaged by static electricity. ● Don't unpack until you set up ESD on product. Because most of ESD are packed by box and aluminum plate to have conductive power,they are prevented from static electricity. ● You must maintain electric contact between ESD and place due to be set up until ESD is connected completely to the proper place or a circuit board. 1-2, 2. Specification 2-1. GSM General Specification EGSM 900 DCS1800 PCS1900 WCDMA Freq. Band[MHz] 880~915 1710~1785 1850~1910 1920~1980 Uplink/Downl ink 925~960 1805~1880 1930~1990 2110~2170 ARFCN range 0~124 &975~1023 512~885 512~810 UL:9612~9888 DL:10562~10838 Tx/Rx spacing 45MHz 95MHz 80MHz 190MHz Mod. Bit rate/ 270.833kbps 270.833kbps 270.833kbps 3.84Mcps Bit Period 3.692us 3.692us 3.692us Time Slot 576.9us 576.9us 576.9us Frame length : 10ms Per iod/Frame Per iod 4.615ms 4.615ms 4.615ms Slot length : 0.667ms GSM/ GPRS 0.3GMSK 0.3GMSK 0.3GMSK Modulat ion QPSKHQPSK EDGE 8PSK 8PSK 8PSK MS Power 33dBm~5dBm 30dBm~0dBm 30dBm~0dBm 24dBm ~ - 50dBm Power Class4113(max +33dBm) (max +30dBm) (max +30dBm) (max +24dBm) Sensit iv i ty -102dBm -100dBm -100dBm -106.7dBm TDMA Mux888Cel l Radius 35Km 2Km 2Km 2Km 2-1, Specification 2-2. GSM TX power class TX Power TX Power TX Power GSM900 DCS1800 PCS1900 control level control level control level 5 33±2 dBm 0 30±2 dBm 0 30±2 dBm 6 31±2 dBm 1 28±3 dBm 1 28±3 dBm 7 29±2 dBm 2 26±3 dBm 2 26±3 dBm 8 27±2 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 9 25±2 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 10 23±2 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 11 21±2 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 12 19±2 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 13 17±2 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 14 15±2 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 15 13±2 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 16 11±3 dBm 11 8±4dBm 11 8±4dBm 17 9±3dBm 12 6±4 dBm 12 6±4 dBm 18 7±3 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 19 5±3 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 2-2, 3. Product Function

Main Function

- 2 MEGA PIXEL CMOS - MP3 / 72 Poly Melody - BT 2.0 - Video Telephony / Streaming - USB 1.1 - WAP2.0, JAVA2.0, MPEG4 - FM Radio - MIDP 2.0 / CLDC 1.1 - SOS Message, Auto Time Setting, - GPRS/EDGE : class 12 - MMS / EMS - BT/FM : Braodcom BCM2045 - Battery: 900mAh(553443) - Weight: 92.8 g - Memory:1G SB +512Mb - Camera: - 2.0M FF (LSI) - VGA (Magnachip) - LCD : 2.0" QCIF TFT(AMLCD) - Size: 99.5x47x15mm - Band: 900/1800/1900/2100 - BB: Qualcomm MSM6245 - RF: Qualcomm RTR6275 3-1, Product Function 3-2, 4. Array course control 4-1. Software Adjustments Test Jig (GH80-03308A) RF Test Cable (GH39-00468A) Test Cable (GH39-00886A) Serial Cable Power Supply Cable DATA CABLE(GH39-00859A) 4-1, Array course control 4-2. Software Downloading 4-2-1. Pre-requsite for Downloading • Downloader Program • SGH-L760 Mobile Phone • Data Cable • Binary file, 4-2-2. S/W Downloader Program ■ Load the binary download program by executing the “downloader V5.20” 1. Select the connected serial port and the rate of speed 2. Select the check box, the mode you want to download. - if the boot file wanted, check 'boot change' - if the binary file wanted, check only 'modem, Rsrc1 , Rsrc2, Factory FS , FOTA' 3. Select the file(s) what you want to download 4-2, Array course control 4-3, 5. Exploded View and Parts List 5-1. Cellular phone Exploded View QFR01 QCR57 QKP01 QMW01 QMI03 QME01 QMI01 QFU01 QSH01 QCA02 QKP02 QAN02 QCA01 QSP01 QLC01 QME02 QMP01 QPC01 QCR06 QSH02 QCK01 QIF01 QFL01 QRE01 QVO01 QCR05 QSD01 QCR06 QSC05 QSC06 QRF01 QBA01 QBA00 5-1, Exploded View and Parts List 5-2. Cellular phone Parts List Design LOC Description SEC CODE QAN02 INTENNA-SGHL760 GH42-01259A QBA00 PMO COVER-BATTERY GH72-39371B QBA01 INNER BATTERY PACK-900MAH,BLK, GH43-02547A QCA01 CAMERA MODULE GH59-04453A QCA02 CAMERA MODULE-VGA GH59-04605A QCK01 PMO KEY-CAMERA GH72-39375B QCR05 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001478 QCR06 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001155 QCR06 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001155 QCR57 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-002001 QFL01 ASSY CASE-SLIDE LOWER GH98-04522B QFR01 ASSY CASE-FRONT GH98-04523B QFU01 ASSY CASE-SLIDE UPPER GH98-04521B QKP01 ASSY KEYPAD-MAIN(EU/BLU) GH98-04520B QKP02 ASSY KEYPAD-SUB(EU/BLU) GH98-04519B QLC01 MEA-LCD KIT GH97-07961A QME02 KEY FPCB-NAVI KEY FPCB 10 KEY GH59-04497A QMP01 PBA MAIN-SGHJ620 GH92-03720A QMW01 ASSY DECO-WINDOW MAIN(XEC) GH98-05336B QPC01 MEA-SLIDE FPCB KIT GH97-07960A QRF01 PMO COVER-RF GH72-39372B QSC05 PMO-LOWER SCREW CAP L GH72-39378B QSC06 PMO-LOWER SCREW CAP R GH72-39470B QSH01 ASSY BRACKET-SHIELD CAN GH98-04565A QSH02 ICT SHIELD-COVER PBA B GH70-02615A QSP01 ASSY ETC-SPK MOTOR FPC ASSY GH59-04477A QVO01 PMO KEY-VOLUME GH72-39376B QRE01 ASSY CASE-REAR(XEC) GH98-05415B QIF01 PMO COVER-IF GH72-39373B QSD01 PMO COVER-SD GH72-39374B QME01 KEY FPCB-MAIN KEY FPCB 12KEY GH59-04476A QMI03 AS-MIC RUBBER GH81-06806A QMI01 AS-MIC SVC GH81-06075A 5-2, Exploded View and Parts List Description SEC CODE BAG PE 6902-000634 CBF INTERFACE-DATA LINK CABLE( GH39-00859B ADAPTOR-ATADS10EBE,BLK,EU GH44-01702A S/W CD-SGHL760 SAMSUNG PC STUD GH46-00473A EARPHONE-EU, BLK, A-TYPE GH59-04940B LABEL(P)-UNIT SEAL GH68-00518B LABEL(R)-WATER SOAK GH68-09361A MANUAL USERS-TELEFONICA SPANIS GH68-15153A LABEL(R)-MAIN(EU) GH68-15315A MANUAL USERS-TELEFONICA QSG CA GH68-15915A MANUAL USERS-TELEFONICA SMS LE GH68-15916A BOX-UNIT(TELE) GH69-05601B CUSHION-CASE(NEW) GH69-05780A TAPE INSU GH74-32313A TAPE GASK-FRONT GND GH74-33449A VINYL-BOHO UPPER GH74-33933A TAPE-SIM GH74-33938A TAPE ELEC-LCD GH74-34495A 5-3, Exploded View and Parts List 5-4, 6. MAIN Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS ANT102 ANTENNA-CHIP 4202-001328 SA BAT400 BATTERY-LI(2ND) 4302-001180 SA BTC700 HEADER-BATTERY 3711-006108 SA C100 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005806 SNA C101 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C102 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 SA C104 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C105 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C106 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C107 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C108 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C110 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C111 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C112 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005806 SNA C113 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005726 SA C114 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005727 SA C115 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 SA C116 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C117 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005726 SA C118 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C119 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005806 SNA C120 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C121 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C122 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C123 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000854 SA C124 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C125 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C126 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C127 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C129 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C135 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002198 SA C136 R-CHIP 2007-000171 SA C172 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C173 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C174 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002668 SA C175 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005789 SA C176 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005789 SA C178 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002919 SA C179 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000330 SA C200 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C201 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000854 SA C202 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 SA C203 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006123 SA C204 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005727 SA C205 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006187 SA C206 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005552 SA C207 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002668 SA C208 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002668 SA C210 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006979 SA C211 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005736 SA C212 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C213 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C214 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005659 SA 6-1, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS C215 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005659 SA C216 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005659 SA C217 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005659 SA C218 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000330 SA C219 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005739 SA C220 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C222 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C223 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C224 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005736 SA C225 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C226 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005739 SA C227 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C228 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C229 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C230 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000714 SA C231 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C232 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006439 SNA C233 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C234 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C235 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C236 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C237 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C239 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006439 SNA C240 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000836 SA C241 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C242 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C243 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C244 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C245 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005736 SA C246 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C247 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C248 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006839 SA C249 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C250 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C251 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005729 SA C252 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000233 SA C253 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C254 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C255 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005736 SA C256 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C302 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006668 SA C309 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006462 SA C311 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C312 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C313 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C314 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C315 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C316 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C317 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C318 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C319 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C320 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C321 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA 6-2, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS C322 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 SA C323 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C325 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C326 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C327 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C328 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C329 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C330 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C331 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 SA C332 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C333 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C334 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C335 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C336 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C341 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C342 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C344 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C345 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C346 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C347 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C348 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C349 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C350 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C351 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C352 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C353 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C356 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C357 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C358 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C359 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C367 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C368 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C370 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C371 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C372 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C373 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C374 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006556 SA C375 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C376 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C377 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C378 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C379 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C380 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006194 SA C381 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C400 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C401 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C402 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006824 SA C403 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C404 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006474 SA C405 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C406 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 SA C407 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C408 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005736 SA 6-3, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS C409 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005736 SA C410 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C412 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C413 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C414 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C415 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C416 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C417 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C419 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C420 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006824 SA C421 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C422 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C423 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006824 SA C424 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006712 SA C425 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006824 SA C426 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006712 SA C427 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C428 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005725 SA C429 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 SA C431 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 SA C432 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 SA C433 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 SA C434 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 SA C440 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C441 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C442 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C443 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C444 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C446 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006474 SA C450 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C456 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006305 SA C457 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006824 SA C458 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006824 SA C459 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C460 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C461 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C462 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C500 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C501 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C502 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C503 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C504 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C506 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C509 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C510 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C511 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA C512 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C513 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C514 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005683 SA C515 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C516 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006257 SA C517 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C518 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA 6-4, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS C519 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005683 SA C520 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005683 SA C521 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 SA C522 C-CER,CHIP 2203-003054 SA C523 C-CER,CHIP 2203-003054 SA C524 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 SA C525 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C526 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005683 SA C527 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C528 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005683 SA C544 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006462 SA C545 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006462 SA C555 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C601 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C602 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C609 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C621 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006307 SA C624 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 SA C631 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C632 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 SA C633 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C634 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 SA C635 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA C700 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 SA C701 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C703 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C704 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006123 SA C705 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C707 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C709 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA C711 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 SA C712 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 SA C714 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 SA C716 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005682 SA CPL200 COUPLER-DIRECTION 4709-001399 SA D400 DIODE-SCHOTTKY 0404-001153 SA D401 DIODE-SCHOTTKY 0404-001153 SA D402 DIODE-ARRAY 0407-001002 SA DUF100 FILTER-LC 2909-001279 SA DUF200 DUPLEXER-SAW 2910-000024 SA F100 FILTER-SAW 2904-001628 SA F101 FILTER-SAW 2904-001716 SA F200 FILTER-SAW 2904-001658 SA F201 FILTER-SAW 2904-001702 SA F300 FILTER-EMI SMD 2901-001283 SA F700 FILTER-EMI/ESD 2901-001351 SA F701 FILTER-EMI/ESD 2901-001351 SA F702 FILTER-EMI/ESD 2901-001348 SA F703 FILTER-EMI/ESD 2901-001348 SA FPC102 ICT-ON-BOARD CLIP GH70-02367A SA FPC104 ICT-ON-BOARD CLIP GH70-02367A SA HDC700 HEADER-BOARD TO BOARD 3711-006010 SA HDC701 HEADER-BOARD TO BOARD 3711-005345 SA 6-5, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS IFC600 SOCKET-INTERFACE 3710-002523 SA L100 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002314 SA L101 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002795 SNA L103 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002795 SNA L104 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002901 SNA L105 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002793 SA L107 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002313 SA L109 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002793 SA L111 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-003249 SA L112 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-003127 SA L114 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-003127 SA L115 BEAD-SMD 3301-001659 SA L201 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002906 SA L202 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002793 SA L203 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002906 SA L204 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002917 SA L206 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002958 SA L400 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002840 SA L401 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002840 SA L402 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002840 SA L600 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-000175 SA OSC400 CRYSTAL-SMD 2801-004373 SA PAM100 IC-POWER AMP 1201-002570 SA PAM200 IC-POWER AMP 1201-002548 SA R100 R-CHIP 2007-008045 SA R102 R-CHIP 2007-008542 SA R104 R-CHIP 2007-000171 SA R106 R-CHIP 2007-008806 SA R108 R-CHIP 2007-009158 SA R109 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R110 R-CHIP 2007-007001 SA R111 R-CHIP 2007-008806 SA R112 R-CHIP 2007-008806 SA R113 R-CHIP 2007-008046 SA R114 R-CHIP 2007-008046 SA R115 R-CHIP 2007-008046 SA R116 R-CHIP 2007-008046 SA R118 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R120 R-CHIP 2007-008542 SA R200 R-CHIP 2007-008806 SA R203 R-CHIP 2007-008047 SA R204 R-CHIP 2007-008046 SA R205 R-CHIP 2007-008046 SA R206 R-CHIP 2007-007309 SA R207 R-CHIP 2007-001119 SA R208 R-CHIP 2007-008531 SA R209 R-CHIP 2007-008045 SA R302 R-CHIP 2007-007741 SA R305 R-CHIP 2007-008049 SA R306 R-CHIP 2007-008542 SA R310 R-CHIP 2007-007741 SA R311 R-CHIP 2007-000148 SA R317 R-CHIP 2007-007741 SA 6-6, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS R323 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R324 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R325 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R326 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R327 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R328 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R330 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R331 R-CHIP 2007-000148 SA R333 R-CHIP 2007-007741 SA R336 R-CHIP 2007-000171 SA R337 R-CHIP 2007-009084 SA R338 R-CHIP 2007-009111 SA R339 R-CHIP 2007-008806 SA R400 R-CHIP 2007-008809 SNA R402 R-CHIP 2007-008483 SA R405 R-CHIP 2007-008531 SA R406 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R408 R-CHIP 2007-008806 SA R409 R-CHIP 2007-007468 SA R410 R-CHIP 2007-008486 SA R411 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R412 R-CHIP 2007-009171 SA R413 R-CHIP 2007-008486 SA R414 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R415 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R416 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R417 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R418 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R419 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R420 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R421 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R422 R-CHIP 2007-008053 SA R423 R-CHIP 2007-008647 SA R424 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R426 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R427 R-CHIP 2007-009169 SA R430 R-CHIP 2007-008648 SA R501 R-CHIP 2007-008548 SA R502 R-CHIP 2007-009154 SNA R503 R-CHIP 2007-008419 SA R504 R-CHIP 2007-009410 SA R505 R-CHIP 2007-009154 SNA R506 R-CHIP 2007-008419 SA R507 R-CHIP 2007-009410 SA R508 R-CHIP 2007-008483 SA R509 R-CHIP 2007-009168 SA R510 R-CHIP 2007-009168 SA R511 R-CHIP 2007-009408 SA R512 R-CHIP 2007-009208 SA R513 R-CHIP 2007-009208 SA R515 R-CHIP 2007-008548 SA R517 R-CHIP 2007-009408 SA R520 R-CHIP 2007-008054 SA 6-7, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS R601 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R602 R-CHIP 2007-008548 SA R603 R-CHIP 2007-008419 SA R604 R-CHIP 2007-008419 SA R605 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R608 R-CHIP 2007-008486 SA R613 R-CHIP 2007-008542 SA R615 R-CHIP 2007-008419 SA R616 R-CHIP 2007-008419 SA R617 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R618 R-CHIP 2007-009111 SA R700 R-CHIP 2007-008542 SA R703 R-CHIP 2007-000168 SA R706 R-CHIP 2007-008483 SA R707 R-CHIP 2007-008516 SA R708 R-CHIP 2007-009402 SA R709 R-CHIP 2007-008055 SA R710 R-CHIP 2007-008477 SNA RFS100 CONNECTOR-COAXIAL 3705-001358 SA SIM400 CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE 3709-001465 SA TA100 C-TA,CHIP 2404-001411 SA TA603 C-TA,CHIP 2404-001381 SA TA701 C-TA,CHIP 2404-001506 SA TCX100 OSCILLATOR-VCTCXO 2809-001280 SA TH1 THERMISTOR-NTC 1404-001224 SA TR400 TR-DIGITAL 0504-000168 SA TR401 TR-DIGITAL 0504-000168 SA U100 IC-CMOS LOGIC 0801-003140 SA U101 IC-CMOS LOGIC 0801-003022 SA U105 IC-TRANSCEIVER 1205-003216 SA U200 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002365 SA U201 IC-TRANSCEIVER 1205-003285 SA U302 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX 1001-001447 SA U402 IC-POWER SUPERVISOR 1203-004101 SA U403 IC-BATTERY 1203-004518 SA U501 IC-AUDIO AMP 1201-002007 SA U502 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX 1001-001428 SA U600 IC-SWITCH 1205-002784 SA U601 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 1203-003787 SA U602 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 1203-003737 SA U603 IC-ANALOG SWITCH 1001-001336 SA U604 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 1203-004728 SA U606 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006872 SA U607 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006423 SA U608 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX 1001-001405 SA U610 R-CHIP 2007-000171 SA U611 R-CHIP 2007-000171 SA UCP300 IC-MODEM 1205-003206 SA UME300 IC-MCP 1108-000105 SA V700 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V701 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V702 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V703 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA 6-8, Main Electrical Parts List Design LOC Description SEC Code STATUS V704 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V705 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V706 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V707 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V708 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA V709 VARISTOR 1405-001177 SA ZD600 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 SA ZD601 DIODE-SCHOTTKY 0404-001153 SA ZD602 DIODE-TVS 0406-001208 SA ZD603 DIODE-TVS 0406-001208 SA ZD604 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 SA ZD701 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 SA ZD702 DIODE-TVS 0406-001201 SA ZD703 DIODE-ZENER 0403-001547 SA ZD705 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 SA ZD706 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 SA 6-9, Main Electrical Parts List 6-10, 7. Block Diagrams 7-1. RF Solution Block Diagram 7-1 SAMSUNG Proprietary-Contents may change without notice This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Block Diagrams 7-2. Base Band Solution Block Diagram 7-2 SAMSUNG Proprietary-Contents may change without notice This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Block Diagrams 7-3. Power Block Diagram 7-3 SAMSUNG Proprietary-Contents may change without notice This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, 8. PCB Diagrams Top 8-1, PCB Diagrams

Bottom

8-2, 9. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1.Baseband 9-1-1. Power ON 'Power ON' Does not work Check the current consumption Current consumption NO Download again ≥ 100mA ?

YES NO

Check Voltage > 3.3V Charge the Battery

YES NO

Check R413 is High Check R413

YES

The pin #3,5,6 of U402 NO Check the path of ≥ 3.3V ? R413 and U402

YES

Check U402 pin #32 ≒ 1.375 ? pin #36 ≒ 1.8V ? Check the U402NO pin #50,56 ≒ 2.6V ? pin #84 ≒ 2.85V ? YES R106 ≒ 19.2MHz? NOVpp ≥ 500mV? check the TCX100

YES

Check the initial operation END 9-1, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting - Schematic for Power on - Layout for Power on 9-2, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-2. System Initial Initial Failure The pin #9 of U402 NO Check the U402 " Low -> High" ?

YES

Check the Sleep X-tal signal's NO Check the OSC400 at C427

YES

Check the clock generation Check the clock signal's NO circuit (related to U402 and at R106 TCX100)

YES

LCD Display OK ? NO Check the LCD part

YES NO

Sound operation OK ? Check the Audio part

YES END

9-3, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-4, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-3. SIM Part "Please insert SIM card " Check the SIM400's NO Resolder or change SIM400 Connection to SIM card

YES

Check the voltage NO Check the U402 at SIM400 pin #11 ≒ 3.0

YES

There is any signal NO pin#13,#15,#16 of Check the U402 & UCP300 SIM400

YES

Check the SIM Card

END

** Check SIM's signal when you see SIM checking display 9-5, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting - Schematic for SIM connection - Layout for SIM connection 9-6, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-4. Charging Part Abnormal charging operation Check IFC600's pin #19,20 NO Check the TA is around 5V when charging

YES

Check U403's Pin #3 NO Check the U403 is "LOW" when charging

YES

Check U403's Pin #4 NO Check the U403 is "LOW" when charging

YES END

9-7, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting - Schematic for Charging - Layout for charging IC 9-8, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-5. Microphone Part Micro-phone does not work Is the assembled status of NO Microphone O.K? Reassemble MAIN KEY FPCB

YES

Check the DC bias voltage on Mic path.

YES

The voltage of R501 is NO Check the path around MIC about 1.3V ? Bias circuit

YES NO

The microphone is OK Check UCP300

YES END

9-9, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting - Schematic for Microphone 9-10, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-6. Speaker Part There is no sound from speaker The terminal of Speaker NO Replace the Speaker is OK ?

YES

Is there any input signal at U501? NO Check the UCP300

YES

Is there any output signal NO Check the U501 at U501?

YES

Is there any output signal NO Check the U502 at U502?

YES END

9-11, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-12, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-13, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-7. Receiver Part There is no sound from receiver Is the terminal of receiver NO Replace the receiver is ok ?

YES

Is there ny signal NO Check the U502 at U502's #5,10

YES

Are there any signal NO Check the UCP300 R502, R505

YES NO

pin #4 of U502 is Low ? Check the UCP300

YES END

9-14, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-15, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-8. Headset Part Headset function does not work NO Check the headset device, Check R615 is LOW ? or R615 crack

YES

1. Check the mic path from earjack

NO

Mic is not operational? to MIC2P & MIC2N 2. Check the bias circuit

YES

NO Check the ear path from earjack Earphone is not operational? to EAR_R & EAR_L

YES END

9-16, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-17, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-18, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1-9. Camera Part (Mega and VGA) Camera function does not work

NO

Check camera FPCB and connector Re-connect the camera FPCB

YES

C46 = 1.5V C42 = 1.8V NO Check IC2 , IC3 C33 C44 = 2.8V

YES

Check input signals at F700 , NO Check the F700, F701 F701

YES

Replace the New Camera & END 9-19, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-20, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-21, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2.RF 9-2-1. GSM900 Receiver **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Continuous RX ON RF Input : 62 CH AMP : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO Catch the channel ? Check antenna contact

YES

Check L100 ≥ -55dBm ? NO Replace PAM100

YES NO

F100 Check F100 Resolder or Change Pin #3 ≥ -55dBm ?

YES

U201 Check NO Check the path from F100 Pin#32,33 ≥ - to U201 55dBm ?

YES

THE END 9-22, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-2. GSM900 Transmitter **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Tx ON (Level : 5) battery voltage : 3.8V U201 Check NO Pin#44 ≤ 2.3V ? Check the U201

YES

PAM100 Check NO Pin #23 ≒ 6dBm ? Check the path from U201 toPAM100

YES

PAM100 Check NO Pin #8 ≥ 30dBm ? Replace PAM100

YES

RFS100 Check NO Pin #3 ≥ 30dBm ? Check the path from PAM100 to PAM100

YES

RFS100 Check NO Pin#2 ≥30dBm? Resolder or Change RFS100

YES

THE END 9-23, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-3. DCS1900 Receiver **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Continuous RX ON RF Input : 698 CH AMP : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO Catch the channel ? Check antenna contact

YES

Check L100 ≥ -55dBm ? NO Replace RFS100

YES NO

F100 Check F100 Resolder or Change Pin #3 ≥ -55dBm ?

YES

U201 Check NO Check the path from F100 Pin#32,33 ≥ - to U201 55dBm ?

YES

THE END 9-24, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-4. DCS1900 Transmitter **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Tx ON (Level : 0) battery voltage : 3.8V U201 Check NO Pin#44 ≤ 2.3V ? Check the U201

YES

PAM100 Check NO Pin #23 ≒ 6dBm ? Check the path from U201 toPAM100

YES

PAM100 Check NO Pin #8 ≥ 30dBm ? Replace PAM100

YES

RFS100 Check NO Pin #3 ≥ 30dBm ? Check the path from PAM100 to PAM100

YES

RFS100 Check NO Pin#2 ≥30dBm? Resolder or Change RFS100

YES

THE END 9-25, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-5. PCS1900 Receiver **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Continuous RX ON RF Input : 698 CH AMP : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO Catch the channel ? Check antenna contact

YES

Check L100 ≥ -55dBm ? NO Replace RFS100

YES NO

F100 Check F100 Resolder or Change Pin #3 ≥ -55dBm ?

YES

U201 Check NO Check the path from F100 Pin#32,33 ≥ - to U201 55dBm ?

YES

THE END 9-26, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-6. PCS1900 Transmitter **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Tx ON (Level : 0) battery voltage : 3.8V U201 Check NO Pin#44 ≤ 2.3V ? Check the U201

YES

PAM100 Check NO Pin #23 ≒ 6dBm ? Check the path from U201 toPAM100

YES

PAM100 Check NO Pin #8 ≥ 30dBm ? Replace PAM100

YES

RFS100 Check NO Pin #3 ≥ 30dBm ? Check the path from PAM100 to PAM100

YES

RFS100 Check NO Pin#2 ≥30dBm? Resolder or Change RFS100

YES

THE END 9-27, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-7. UMTS2100 Receiver **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Continuous RX ON RF Input : 10700 CH AMP : -40dBm

NORMAL

CONDITION NO Catch the channel Check antenna contack ?

YES

Check L100 ≥ - NO 55dBm ? Replace RFS100

YES

PAM100 Check NO Replace PAM100 Pin #10 ≥ -45dBm ?

YES

DUF200 Check NO Pin #5 ≥ -45dBm DUF200 Resolder or ? change

YES

U201 Check NO Check the path from Pin#26 ≥ -65dBm ? DUF200 to U201

YES

C240 , C248 , C241 , NO C243 ≥ -65dBm? Resolder or replace C240 , C248 , C241 , C243

YES

U201 check NO Check TCX100 pin#7 freq = 19.2MHz

YES

THE END 9-28, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-8. UMTS2100 Transmitter **If you check the tx chain, Check the not only RF Device but also resistor, inductor and capacitor. Tx ON RF output : 9750 CH OUT PWR : 22dBm U201 check NO pin#46 ≥ -10dBm U201 Resolder or change

YES

F200 check NO F701 Resolder or change pin#1 ≥ -10dBm ?

YES

PAM200 Check NO Pin#8 ≥ 24dBm ? PAM200 Resolder or change

YES

CPL200 Check NO Pin #2 ≥ 22dBm ? CPL200 Resolder or Change

YES

DUF200 Check NO Pin #2 ≥ 22dBm ? DUF200 Resolder or Change

YES

THE END 9-29, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-30, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-31, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-32, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-33, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-34, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-9. BLUETOOTH Bluetooth Activation Check if there is any YES crack on BT ant. Replace ANT102

NO

Is there any signal NO Check the path form ANT102 to pin#G1 at U105? U102

YES NO

L115 is High? replace L111 or check U402

YES NO

C124 = 2.6V ? Check U402

YES

U302 Check NO Pin #4,8 is High? Check U302 and UCP300

YES

THE END 9-35, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-36, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-37, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-10. FM radio Run FM radio application Check the earphone if NO it's porper FM Change earphone earphone

YES

Is there any signal NO Check the path from earphone pin#G1 at U105? antenna to U105

YES NO

Is there any signal at Replace U105 C121 , C122

YES

THE END 9-38, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting - Schematic of bluetooth - Layouy of bluetooth 9-39, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-40, 10. Reference data

Reference Abbreviate

― AAC: Advanced Audio Coding. ― AVC : Advanced Video Coding. ― BER : Bit Error Rate ― BPSK: Binary Phase Shift Keying ― CA : Conditional Access ― CDM : Code Division Multiplexing ― C/I : Carrier to Interference ― EN : European Standard ― ES : Elementary Stream ― ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute ― MPEG: Moving Picture Experts Group ― PN : Pseudo-random Noise ― PS : Pilot Symbol ― QPSK: Quadrature Phase Shift Keying ― RS : Reed-Solomon ― SI : Service Information ― TDM : Time Division Multiplexing ― TS : Transport Stream 10-1, Reference data 10-2, 11. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 11-1. Disassembly Instructions12Remove the RF COVER Remove the SCREW Separate RF COVER of REAR backside using groove for Remove SET's SCREW 7 POINTs. exclusion. 3 4 Remove the Side key Separate REAR ASS'Y Separate VOLUME KEY, CAMERA KEY in SET. Separate REAR ASS'Y in SET. 11-1, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions56

Remove the PBA SCREW Separate 3*4 KEY PCB CONNECTOR

Remove SCREW 2 POINTs of PBA top side. Separate KEY PCB CONNECTOR that is to PBA's right side in B'D. 7 8

Separate the PBA 1 Separate the PBA 1

Lift PBA that is placed to FRONT upward. Separate PBA and had linked SLIDE F-PCB. 11-2, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 9 10

Remove conductive tape Separate SIDE KEY F-PCB

Remove conductive tape had attached between KEY Separate VOLUME KEY, CAMERA KEY F-PCB in front BRACKET and FRONT. ass'y. 11 12

Separate KEY BRACKET Separate KEY PAD

Separate KEY BRACKET that is placed to FRONT. Separate 3*4 KEY PAD that is placed to FRONT. 11-3, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 13 14②①

Remove FRONT SCREW Separate FRONT COVER 1

Remove SCREW 4 POINTs in FRONT COVER. 1.Lift FRONT COVER lower slightly 2.Separate with HOOK pushing FRONT COVER to top 15 16

Separate FRONT COVER Separate SLIDE F-PCB

Separate SLIDE F-PCB through FRONT HOLE. Separate SLIDE F-PCB from double sides TAPE that ※ Be careful of F-PCB when moving FRONT HOLE stick to SLIDE LOWER. 11-4, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 17 18

Remove SCREW CAP Remove SLIDE LOWER SCREW

Remove SCREW CAP in SLIDE LOWER. Remove SCREW 4 POINTs in SLIDE LOWER. 19 20

HOOK HOOK Disassemble SLIDE ASS'Y Separate SLIDE LOWER 1

Separate SLIDE UPPER from HOOK using a Separate SLIDE LOWER from SLIDE UPPER. decomposition tool from SLIDE ASS'Y top. 11-5, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 21 22 Separate SLIDE LOWER 2 Remove insulation TAPE Separate SLIDE LOWER from SLIDE UPPER. Remove insulation TAPE had attached on CONNECTOR. ※ Be careful of SLIDE F-PCB when separating 23 24

Separate SLIDE F-PCB 1 Separate SLIDE F-PCB 2

Separate SLIDE F-PCB from below double sides 1.Lifts ZIP CONNECTOR to upper and cancels LOCK. TAPE. 2.Separate SLIDE F-PCB from LCD. 11-6, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 25 26

Remove conductive tape Remove NAVI KEY F-PCB

Remove conductive tape with NAVI KEY F-PCB to Remove NAVI KEY F-PCB from LCD CONNECTOR. the top. 27 28

Separate NAVI KEY PCB Separate NAVI KEY PAD

Separate NAVI KEY PCB from SLIDE UPPER. Separate NAVI KEY PAD from SLIDE UPPER. 11-7, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 29 29

Separate MOTOR Separate SPEAKER ASS'Y F-PCB

Separate MOTOR had attached to SLIDE UPPER Lift CONNECTOR upward to separate SPEAKER ASS'Y F-PCB. 30 31

Separate 2MEGA CAMERA Separate SPEAKER ASS'Y

Separate 2MEGA CAMERA from LCD. Separate SPEAER ASS'Y from SLIDE UPPER. 11-8, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 32 33

Separate VGA CAMERA Separate LCD MODULE

Separate VGA CAMERA from LCD. Separate LCD MODULE from SLIDE UPPER. 11-9, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 11-2. Assembly Instructions12

Combine VGA CAMERA Combine 2MEGA CAMERA

Combine VGA CAMERA to CONNECTOR. Combine 2MEGA CAMERA to CONNECTOR. 3 4

Combine SPEAKER ASS'Y Place LCD MODULE

Combine SPEAKER ASS'Y to CONNECTOR. Place LCD MODULE on SLIDE UPPER 11-10, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions56

Place VGA CAMERA Place 2MEGA CAMERA

Place VGA CAMERA on SLIDE UPPER. Place 2MEGA CAMERA on SLIDE UPPER. 7 8

Assemble SPEAKER ASS'Y 1 Assemble SPEAKER ASS'Y 2

Place SPEAKER part on SLIDE UPPER in SPEAKER Assemble MOTOR part to SLIDE UPPER in SPEAKER ASS'Y ASS'Y 11-11, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 9 10

Place MENU KEY PAD Combine MENU KEY PCB

Place MENU KEY PAD on SLIDE UPPER. Combine MENU KEY PCB to CONNECTOR. 11 12

Attach conductive tape Combine SLIDE F-PCB

Attach conductive tape on LCD GROUND and MENU Combine SLIDE F-PCB to LCD MODULE's CONNECTOR. KEY F-PCB. 11-12, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 13 14

Attach SLIDE F-PCB Attach anti-loose TAPE

Do so as to attach each other conductive tape Attach anti-loose TAPE on CONNECTOR of LCD top. and SLIDE F-PCB that attached in process 11 15 16

HOOK HOOK SLIDE LOWER assembly 1 SLIDE LOWER assembly 2

Push SLIDE F-PCB through SLIDE LOWER's HOLE. Combine SLIDE UPPER and LOWER. ※ On when combine downward combine. 11-13, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 17 18

Assemble SCREW Attach SCREW COVER

Assemble SCREW 4 POINTs to SLIDE LOWER. Attach SCREW COVER on SLIDE LOWER 19 20

Attach SLIDE F-PCB FRONT assembly 1

Attach SLIDE F-PCB on SLIDE LOWER. Combine FRONT to SLIDE ASS'Y. ※ When combining, take care so that F-PCB is disconnected or is not damaged 11-14, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 21 22

FRONT assembly 2 Assemble SCREW

Combine FRONT to SLIDE LOWER's HOOK. Assemble 4 POINT SCREWs to FRONT. 23 24

Place 3*4 KEY PAD Place SHIELD COVER

Do so as to place 3*4 KEY PAD on FRONT. Place SHIELD COVER on FRONT. 11-15, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 25 26

Attach SIDE KEY F-PCB Attach conductive TAPE

Attach SIDE KEY F-PCB on side on FRONT COVER. Attach conductive TAPE on key bracket 27 28

Assemble SLIDE F-PCB CONNECTOR Assemble PBA

Assemble SLIDE F-PCB CONNECTOR to PBA. Assemble PBA to SHIELD COVER. 11-16, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 29 30

Assemble 3*4 KEY PCB CONNECTOR Assemble SCREW

Assemble 3*4 KEY PCB CONNECTOR to PBA. Assemble SCREW 2 POINTs to PBA top. 31 32

Place SIDE KEY Assemble final

Place VOLUME KEY, CAMERA KEY on SET side. Combine REAR COVER to FRONT ASS'Y. ※ Assemble from upper when assembling REAR COVER. 11-17, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 33 34

Assemble SCREW Attach RF COVER sheet

Assemble SCREW 6 POINTs to SET. Attach REAR COVER to the bottom RF COVER. 11-18]
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