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GSM TELEPHONE SGH-M110 GSM 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.samsungport...
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GSM TELEPHONE SGH-M110

GSM 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. 12 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 specipicty of 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 error of measurement is 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 GSM850 DCS1800 PCS1900 Freq. Band[MHz] 824~849 1710~1785 1850~1910 Upl ink/Downl ink 869~894 1805~1880 1930~1990 ARFCN range 128~251 512~885 512~810 Tx/Rx spacing 45MHz 95MHz 80MHz Mod. Bit rate/ 270.833kbps 270.833kbps 270.833kbps Bit Period 3.692us 3.692us 3.692us Time Slot Period/Frame 576.9us 576.9us 576.9us Period 4.615ms 4.615ms 4.615ms Modulat ion 0.3GMSK 0.3GMSK 0.3GMSK MS Power 33dBm~5dBm 30dBm~0dBm 30dBm~0dBm Power Class 5pcl ~ 19pcl 0pcl ~ 15pcl 0pcl ~ 15pcl Sensit iv i ty -102dBm -100dBm -100dBm TDMA Mux888Cel l Radius 35Km 2Km - 2-1, Specification 2-2. GSM Tx Power Class TX Power TX Power TX Power GSM850 DCS1800 PCS1800 control level control level control level 5 33±2 dBm 0 30±3 dBm 0 30±3 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 3 24±3 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 8 27±2 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 9 25±2 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 10 23±2 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 11 21±2 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 12 19±2 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 13 17±2 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 14 15±2 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 15 13±2 dBm 11 8±4dBm 11 8±4dBm 16 11±3 dBm 12 6±4 dBm 12 6±4 dBm 17 9±3dBm 13 4±4 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 18 7±3 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 19 5±3 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 2-2, 3. Product Function

Main Function

S20 Pin TA No Java No MMS FM radio WAP 2.0 16 Poly S/W MIDI Dual band(900/1800MHz) GPRS Class 10 VGA camera Bluetooth Waterproof 3-1, Product Function 3-2, 4. Array course control 4-1. Software Adjustments 1. JIG Box(GH80-01909A) : Download, Trace, Calibration, etc 2. RF test cable(GH39-00397A) : RF test 3. TA(Travel Adaptor) (GH39-00919A) 4. Serial cable: PC to JIG 5. Test cable(GH39-00854A) : JIG to phone 4-1, Array course control 4-2. Software Downloading 4-2-1. Downloading Binary Files • 2 binary files for downloading M110. – M110XAGH2.cla – M110XAGH2.tfs 4-2-2. Pre-requsite for Downloading • Downloader Program(C450 Downloader 2.0NEW) • SGH-M110 Mobile Phone • JIG BOX • Test Cable • Serial Cable • Binary files 4-2, Array course control 4-2-3. S/W Downloader Program 1. Load the binary download program by executing the “C450 Downloader 2.0NEW”. 2. Select the Port, Baud Rate and Mode. 4-3, Array course control 3. Select the binary files what you want to download 4-4, Array course control 4. Press the "Start" button and connect the Handset 5. When downloading is complete, automatically the small window was showed up.. 4-5, Array course control 4-6, 5. Exploded View and Parts List 5-1. Cellular phone Exploded View QMW02 QAR03 QFR01 QKP01 QCR05 QAN03 QAR01 QME01 QLC01 QMP01 QMI01 QBR04 QSH01 QMO01 QSP01 QAN02 QCA01 QCR49 QRE01 QVO01 QVO02 QCR54 QCR54 QIF01 QBL01 QSC02 QSC01 QBA01 QBA00 5-1, Exploded View and Parts List 5-2. Cellular phone Parts List Design LOC Description SEC CODE QAN02 INTENNA-SGHM110 GH42-01418A QAN03 INTENNA-SGHM110 BT GH42-01468A QAR01 AUDIO-RECEIVER 3009-001306 QBA00 PMO COVER-BATT(TMO) GH72-45594B QBA01 INNER BATTERY PACK-1000MAH,BLA GH43-02424A QBR04 ASSY BRACKET-SPK CARRIER GH98-07330A QCA01 CAMERA MODULE-1/7.4" VGA GH59-05094A QCR05 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001478 QCR54 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001645 QCR54 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001645 QKP01 ASSY KEYPAD-(EU/BLK) GH98-06436A QLC01 LCD-LCD MODULE GH07-01056A QME01 DOME SHEET-SGHM110 METAL DOME GH59-05178A QMI01 MICROPHONE-ASSY-SGHM110 GH30-00440A QMO01 MOTOR DC-SGH-M110 GH31-00402A QMP01 PBA MAIN-SGHM110 GH92-04272A QMW02 PCT WINDOW-MAIN GH72-45454A QSC01 RMO RUBBER-SCREW BOT GH73-11197B QSC02 RMO RUBBER-SCREW TOP GH73-11198B QSH01 ICT SHIELD-BRACKET GH70-03060A QSP01 MICRO SPEAKER 3001-002304 QVO01 PMO KEY-VOLUME GH72-45427A QFR01 ASSY CASE-FRONT GH98-06901B QAR03 ASSY DECO-RCV IN GH98-06922A QRE01 ASSY CASE-REAR GH98-06902B QBL01 NDC COVER-BATT LOCKER GH71-07797A QCR49 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001823 QIF01 PMO COVER-IF GH72-45415A QVO02 ASSY KEY-VOLUME GH98-06900A 5-2, Exploded View and Parts List Description SEC CODE BAG PE 6902-000634 ADAPTOR-ATADS10EBE,BLK,EU GH44-01702A EARPHONE-SGHE210,AAEP405MBE,A GH59-04535A LABEL(P)-UNIT SEAL GH68-00518B LABEL(P)-IMEI DI GH68-03060A LABEL(R)-WATER SOAK GH68-09361A LABEL(R)-WATER SOAK GH68-09361A MANUAL USERS-T-MOBILE ENGLISH GH68-16702A MANUAL USERS-T_MOBILE GERMAN GH68-16703A LABEL(R)-MAIN(EU) GH68-16879A BOX-UNIT(DTM) GH69-06212B CUSHION-CASE(EU) GH69-06215A RMO RUBBER-MIC 2 GH73-11371A MPR-TAPE MAIN DOME EMI GH74-23675A MPR-SPONGE PCB 1 GH74-28596A TAPE GASK GH74-32077A VINYL-BOHO MAIN WINDOW GH74-36710A SPONGE-MIC OUT GH74-36983A TAPE INSU-LCD ESD GH74-37043A VINYL-BOHO CAMERA WINDOW OUT GH74-37159A ASSY ACCE-FINGER STRAP_KER GH98-02362A 5-3, Exploded View and Parts List 5-4, 6. Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 0406-001104 D502 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001150 D600 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001254 D404 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001254 D405 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D300 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D400 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D401 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D402 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D403 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D500 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D501 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D503 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D504 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001279 D601 DIODE-TVS SA 0502-001116 TR300 TR-POWER SA 0504-001197 TR500 TR-DIGITAL SA 0505-001469 U503 FET-SILICON SA 0505-001469 U600 FET-SILICON SA 0505-001923 U504 FET-SILICON SA 0505-002088 TR400 FET-SILICON SA 0505-002088 TR501 FET-SILICON SA 0601-002361 LED600 LED SA 0601-002361 LED601 LED SA 0601-002361 LED602 LED SA 0601-002361 LED603 LED SA 0601-002361 LED604 LED SA 0601-002361 LED605 LED SA 0601-002361 LED606 LED SA 0601-002361 LED607 LED SA 0601-002361 LED609 LED SA 0601-002361 LED610 LED SA 0601-002361 LED611 LED SA 0801-002237 U502 IC-CMOS LOGIC SA 1001-001231 U200 IC-ANALOG SWITCH SA 1001-001349 U402 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX SA 1001-001447 U100 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX SA 1001-001447 U406 IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX SA 1108-000163 UME200 IC-MCP SA 1201-002490 PAM100 IC-POWER AMP SA 1201-002492 U403 IC-AUDIO AMP SA 1203-004155 U602 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER SA 1203-004338 U302 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-004550 U300 IC-POWER SUPERVISOR SA 1204-002700 U404 IC-TUNER SA 1204-002783 U401 IC-SOUND GENERATOR SA 1205-003064 U103 IC-DATA COMM./GEN. SA 1205-003192 UCP200 IC-COMM. CONTROLLER SA 1205-003278 U102 IC-TRANSCEIVER SA 1404-001221 TH200 THERMISTOR-NTC SA 1405-001082 VR301 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 VR602 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 VR603 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 VR604 VARISTOR SA 6-1, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 1405-001082 VR605 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 VR606 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 VR607 VARISTOR SA 1405-001121 VR608 VARISTOR SA 2007-000138 R103 R-CHIP SA 2007-000138 R233 R-CHIP SA 2007-000138 R442 R-CHIP SA 2007-000138 R449 R-CHIP SA 2007-000140 R519 R-CHIP SA 2007-000140 R601 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R224 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R225 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R409 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R410 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R412 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R413 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R105 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R108 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R118 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R119 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R120 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R229 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R501 R-CHIP SA 2007-000143 R502 R-CHIP SA 2007-000148 R308 R-CHIP SA 2007-000148 R421 R-CHIP SA 2007-000157 R111 R-CHIP SA 2007-000157 R617 R-CHIP SA 2007-000157 R618 R-CHIP SA 2007-000159 R212 R-CHIP SA 2007-000160 R406 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R202 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R203 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R206 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R207 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R208 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R209 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R211 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R215 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R219 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R220 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R221 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R226 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R227 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R230 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R231 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R234 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R235 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R303 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R432 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R518 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R520 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R600 R-CHIP SA 6-2, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 2007-000162 R615 R-CHIP SA 2007-000162 R619 R-CHIP SA 2007-000170 R302 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 L300 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R100 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R125 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R204 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R216 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R217 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R402 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R415 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R435 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R509 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R514 R-CHIP SA 2007-000174 R201 R-CHIP SA 2007-000758 R305 R-CHIP SA 2007-000932 R112 R-CHIP SA 2007-000932 R113 R-CHIP SA 2007-000932 R115 R-CHIP SA 2007-000932 R116 R-CHIP SA 2007-001301 R606 R-CHIP SA 2007-001301 R607 R-CHIP SA 2007-001303 R524 R-CHIP SA 2007-001303 R603 R-CHIP SA 2007-001303 R608 R-CHIP SA 2007-001303 R613 R-CHIP SA 2007-001308 R605 R-CHIP SA 2007-001325 R411 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R102 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R123 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R304 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R507 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R508 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R510 R-CHIP SA 2007-001339 R511 R-CHIP SA 2007-003001 R114 R-CHIP SA 2007-003001 R117 R-CHIP SA 2007-003006 R503 R-CHIP SA 2007-003006 R506 R-CHIP SA 2007-003015 R107 R-CHIP SA 2007-003030 R604 R-CHIP SA 2007-007001 R223 R-CHIP SA 2007-007008 R614 R-CHIP SA 2007-007014 R522 R-CHIP SA 2007-007014 R523 R-CHIP SA 2007-007092 R101 R-CHIP SA 2007-007100 R300 R-CHIP SA 2007-007107 R213 R-CHIP SA 2007-007107 R222 R-CHIP SA 2007-007107 R504 R-CHIP SA 2007-007107 R505 R-CHIP SA 2007-007107 R517 R-CHIP SA 2007-007132 R620 R-CHIP SA 6-3, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 2007-007141 R205 R-CHIP SA 2007-007141 R609 R-CHIP SA 2007-007141 R610 R-CHIP SA 2007-007141 R611 R-CHIP SA 2007-007142 R214 R-CHIP SA 2007-007306 L502 R-CHIP SA 2007-007308 R405 R-CHIP SA 2007-007310 R621 R-CHIP SA 2007-007334 R309 R-CHIP SA 2007-007573 R307 R-CHIP SA 2007-009874 R301 R-CHIP SA 2203-000233 C136 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000233 C432 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000233 C503 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000233 C512 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C118 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C119 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C121 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C132 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C202 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C205 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C208 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C611 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C624 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000254 C625 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000278 C127 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000278 C130 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000278 R104 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000386 C123 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000386 C615 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000386 C616 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000386 C617 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000386 C618 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000438 C417 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000489 C109 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000627 C301 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-000627 C303 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-000627 C413 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-000627 C421 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-000679 C214 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C106 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C107 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C108 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C305 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C327 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C419 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C627 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C628 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C629 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000854 C213 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000854 C402 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000854 C430 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000854 C431 C-CER,CHIP SA 6-4, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 2203-000854 C436 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000854 C437 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000995 C133 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000995 C134 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000995 R414 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000995 R417 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001017 R110 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001153 C505 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001153 C516 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001153 C517 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001201 C100 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001383 C128 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C200 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C201 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C203 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C204 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C206 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C207 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C209 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C210 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C323 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C401 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C406 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C415 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C420 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-003054 C416 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005052 C124 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005052 C129 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005056 C418 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005234 C103 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005234 C112 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005234 C114 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005234 C120 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005234 C131 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005481 C433 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005481 C434 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C111 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C126 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C135 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C211 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C212 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C217 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C218 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C300 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C316 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C325 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C438 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C510 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C511 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C515 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C518 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005503 C405 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C104 C-CER,CHIP SA 6-5, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 2203-006048 C117 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C326 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C409 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C410 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C412 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C422 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006137 C404 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006137 C439 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006137 C440 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006137 C519 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006208 C309 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006208 C311 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006208 C321 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C302 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C312 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C313 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C319 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C320 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C322 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006324 C429 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006348 C304 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006348 C307 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006361 C105 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C110 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C219 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C411 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C414 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C423 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C424 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C435 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C441 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C513 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C514 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C605 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C606 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C609 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C610 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C612 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C613 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C614 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C619 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C621 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006681 C116 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006681 C308 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006824 C504 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-007165 C607 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-007165 C608 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-007165 C631 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-007165 C632 C-CER,CHIP SA 2404-001240 TA401 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001377 TA400 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001381 TA300 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001381 TA301 C-TA,CHIP SA 6-6, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS 2404-001381 TA302 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001496 TA100 C-TA,CHIP SA 2503-001053 C600 C-NETWORK SA 2503-001053 C602 C-NETWORK SA 2503-001053 C603 C-NETWORK SA 2503-001053 C604 C-NETWORK SA 2503-001053 C622 C-NETWORK SA 2503-001053 C623 C-NETWORK SA 2703-001673 L500 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-001750 C138 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-001750 L102 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002199 C115 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002203 L101 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002204 L108 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002204 L109 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002267 C125 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002313 L103 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002313 L104 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002313 L105 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002558 L106 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-003277 L110 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2801-004353 OSC300 CRYSTAL-SMD SA 2801-004426 OSC100 CRYSTAL-SMD SA 2801-004659 OSC101 CRYSTAL-SMD SA 2901-001349 F500 FILTER-EMI/ESD SA 2904-001731 U101 FILTER-SAW SA 2909-001283 F100 FILTER-LC SA 3301-001438 L400 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001438 L401 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001438 L402 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001438 L403 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001659 R418 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001659 R419 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001659 R447 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001659 R448 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001729 L501 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001729 L503 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001729 L600 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001729 R401 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001729 R407 BEAD-SMD SA 3404-001152 TAC_DOWN SWITCH-TACT SA 3404-001152 TAC_UP SWITCH-TACT SA 3705-001358 RFS100 CONNECTOR-COAXIAL SA 3709-001355 SIM300 CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE SA 3710-002462 CN600 SOCKET-BOARD TO BOARD SA 3710-002499 IFC500 SOCKET-INTERFACE SA 3711-006084 BTC600 HEADER-BATTERY SA GH13-00057A U500 IC ASIC-SGHC420 SA GH70-02640A SC100 ICT SHIELD-CAN CLIP SA GH70-02640A SC101 ICT SHIELD-CAN CLIP SA GH70-02640A SC102 ICT SHIELD-CAN CLIP SA GH70-02640A SC103 ICT SHIELD-CAN CLIP SA GH71-04813A ANT100 NPR-ANTENNA CONTACT SA 6-7, Main Electrical Parts List SEC Code Design LOC Description STATUS GH71-04813A ANT101 NPR-ANTENNA CONTACT SA Please consult the GSPN website (Samsung Portal) for the most recent version of the product's part list. 6-8, 7. Block Diagrams 7-1. Main Block Diagram CSTN- LCD 128 X 128

MEMORY

Nor/UtRAM MCP SYSOL3 65K color (Hosiden) (BGA-183) (S71WS128NC0 GSM/GPRS BFWA7) STN- LCD 128M/64Mb OM6357-8 70nS (PCF50874-6 + Keypad PCF50732) ARM7TDMI DSP(RD 16022) Camera RF Interface EMI Audio (MIC) RF I/F KBS MIC (AERO4209B) EAR_MIC

IIC

SIM I/F Audio (SPK) (BMS-171301SL08V) PMU(PCF50600) 10 Ch LDO 1Ch Charge Pump IIC Interface/RTC Basic Charging SPK &EARSPK SIM Interface Charging controller Battery STD(1000mA) 7-1, Block Diagrams 7-2. RF Solution Block Diagram 7-2, 8. PCB Diagrams - Main top view 8-1, PCB Diagrams - Main bottom biew 8-2, 9. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-1. Power On 'POWER ON' does not work Yes Not OK Check battery voltage is higher than 3.3V Change battery

OK

Check VCC_SYN_2.8V Not OK Solder PMIC, U102, C126 and C127 and VDD3_1.8V of U102 again

OK

Not OK Check the pin 1 of OSC100 produces clock Solder OSC100 again signal

OK

Check the pin 7 of Not OK U102 produces 13M Solder OSC100, U102 and C132 pulse signal again

OK

No Is Power On working? Repeat sequence Yes

END

9-1, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting Power On R108 R118 R105 R119 L110 L106 C111

U101 C105

9-2 C104 C134 C133

TA100

C135 R120 OSC100 L103 C106 R101 C109 L104 C107 L105 C108

U102

C112 C114 C131

AERO4209B

C120 C125 R110 C132 C127 C126, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2. Initial Initial Failure Yes Check VDD1, VDD3=1.8V, Not OK VDD2=2.8V and Check U300 AVDD=2.6V of UCP 200

OK

Check D_REF_13M of Not OK UCP 200 Check U102 and POWER ON Sequence

OK END

R304 C320 R305 C319 R303 D600 C313 C312

C311 TA300 C309 R301

C303

C304

C301 C300 C302 C307 9-3 R302 C308 TA301 C305

U300 C321 PCF50600HN/ N1

C322 R300, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-4,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-3. SIM Part "Insert SIM" is displayed on the LCD

The voltage is 2.8V No Check UCP200, C439

at the pin#1 SIM300

Yes Is there any signal No Check UCP 200, U300

pin #2,3,4 of SIM300?

Yes C136 U103 C117

R107 BC313141A18-IXF-E4 C118

Check the SIM Card END

U602 C607 C632 9-5 F100 SI M300 R111 C314 R124 C318 R125 R619 R618 C123 C317 R617 C121 L108 C315 C609 C610 C124 C137 C316 C128 ANT102 ANT103,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-4. Microphone Part - Phone MIC Phone MIC does not work Yes Not OK Check the connection of MIC Solder MIC again

OK

Check MIC_BIAS_2.15V Not OK ( When UCP200 operates Solder C321 again and check U300 and call is connected )

OK

Check the components Not OK which are connected to Solder TA400, R409 again MIC_BIAS_2.15V

OK

Not OK Check the circuit Solder C401,C403, C406, L400, L401, of MIC PART R401, R407 and C403 again

OK

No Is Phone MIC working? Replace MIC Yes

END

9-6,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C203 R231 C204 DIGIT4 R123 R215 R229 C200 TP203 R223 C434 C433 R414 R608 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 R400 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 L500 R21 2 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 C500 R504 R507 R517 R401 MIC400 R505 R407 C517 L502 9-7 U504 TP202TP201 TR500 U100 R604 VR603 LED600 LED604

DI GIT7 STAR

R404 C419 C402 D501 R217 R417 R408 R227 R230 R216 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 R203

UCP200 L503

C505 R221 C207

OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B

R5 R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-5. Microphone Part - Earphone MIC Earphone MIC does not work Yes Not OK Check the connection of IFC500 Solder pin 3, 4 of IFC500 again

OK

Not OK Check JACK IN is low when ear jack is inserted. Solder IFC500, R506 again

OK

Not OK Check MIC_BIAS_2.15V ( When UCP200 operates Solder C330 again and check U300 and call is connected )

OK

Not OK Check the circuit Solder C407, R401, R407 and C419 of EAR MIC again

OK

Is Earphone MIC working? Repeat the sequence No Yes

END

9-8, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-9,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C203 R231 R400C204 R123 L500 R215 C400 D500 C500 R229 R401 C200 R407 TP203 R223 C434 C433

D502

R414 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 R400 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 L500 R309 R212 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 C500 C325 R504 R507 R517 R401 R307 R505 R407 C517 L502 9-10

U504

TP202TP201

I FC500

TR500

U100

D501 R514 C206 C403 R404 C419 C402 D501 R217 R417 R408 R227 R230 R216 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 R203

UCP200 L503

C505 R221 C207

OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B

R5 R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-6. Earphone Part Earphone does not work Yes Not OK Check the circuit Solder pin 5,6,7 of IFC500 of IFC500 , L501, L502 and L503 again

OK

Check the voltages of Not OK R507, R508, R509 and Solder R510 again R510 are 2.8V

OK

Not OK Check the circuit R503, R506 and U401 Solder R503 and R506 again No

OK

Check R216 and R217 No Check UCP200 or Change UCP200 Is JACK_INT signal No LOW? Solder R508 again (When UCP200 operates) Yes Not OK Check EAR SW Solder F506 again Ok

END

9-11, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-12,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C203 R231 C204 R229 C200 TP203 R223 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 R212 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 R504 R507 R517 R401 R505 R407 C517 L502 9-13 U504 TP202TP201 TR500 R217 R417 R408 R227 R230 R216 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 R203

UCP200 L503

C505 R221 C207

OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B

R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-7. Charging Part Abnormal charging operation Yes Not OK Check DC jack

OK

Not OK Check the 32 Pin and 33 Pin of U300 Replace the U300

OK

Not OK Check TR300 (E,B,C) Replace the TR300

OK

Not OK Check R300 Solder R300 again or change abattery

OK END

9-14,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

R304 C320 R305 C319 R309R303 D600 D601 C313 C325 C312 R307 C311 TA300 C327 C309 R301 C303 C304 C301 C300 C302 C307 9-15

D505 TR300

C614 R302 C308 TA301 C305

U300

C321 PCF50600HN/ N1 C322 R300 OSC300,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-8. Speaker Part Speaker does not work Yes Not OK Solder R445, R446, R447 and R448 Check L407 and L408 again Not OK

OK

Replace the speaker Not OK Check Pin #15, #17 of U401 Solder U401 again

OK

Not OK Solder R418 and U622 again or Check R418 and U622 replace U401

OK

Not OK Check UCP200 Replace UCP200

OK END

9-16 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting C423 C410 C412 C411 C424 R411 C417 C414 R524

U502 MT200

SC102 9-17 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization C409 R402

U401 C405

R406 R405 C422 C404 C512

MX92U6166AZCG

R522 R523, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-9. Key Data Input Check Initial Operation Yes No When one of the keys is pushed, Check the Dome sheet & Key FPCB is it displayed on LCD? Yes No When one of the keys is pushed, Replace the PBA KEYSENSE(0)~(4),KYPD9~1 Yes

END

9-18 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-10. Back Light (for Color Main LCD) Backlight does not work Yes No Is BACKLIGHT set Set BACKLIGHT on Always ON AlwaysON in the Menu? Yes Check the outflow voltage Not OK of U402(PIN 5) is equal to Replace U502 3.7V

OK

Replace the LCD Module Yes

END

9-19 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-20 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-11. Key Back Light key Backlight does not work Yes No Is BACKLIGHT set Set BACKLIGHT on Always ON AlwaysON in the Menu? Yes Not OK Check V_KEY_3.2V Replace U300

OK

Replace LED Yes

END

9-21 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

R304 C320 R305 C319 R303 D600 C313 C312 C311 TA300 C309 R301 C303 C304 C301 C300 C302 C307 9-22 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization R302 C308 TA301 C305

U300

C321 PCF50600HN/ N1 C322 R300,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

VR301 VR605

UP R607R606 FTE INTL

TP221 R613 R603 VR606 VR604

DOWN DIGIT3

R609 DIGIT2 VR602 R610 VR607 TP216

DIGIT4 TP220TP208DIGIT5

TP210 TP214 R605 TP218

T9 DIGIT8 GI DI

TP212 R608 R611 TP207

DIGIT0

MIC400 9-23 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization

SOFT1 EN DD SE N RIGHT

LED608 R612

CLR FT SO DI GI T6 SHARP

LED603 LED601 LED607 LED606 LED610 LED605 R604 LED609 LED600 LED604 LED602 VR603

DI GI T1 DI GI T7 STAR LOUD

R614 LED611,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-12. GSM Receiver

RX ON

RF INPUT=62CH AMP=-50dBm Yes Check PAM100 No Resolder or Change pin 7(EGSMRX) ≥-65dBm PAM100 Yes Check U100 No Resolder or Change pin 17, 18 (EGSMRX) U101 ≥-65dBm > Yes Check UCP200 No MOD_STANDBY=HIGH Resolder or Change PON_PA=LOW UCP200 BAND=LOW Yes

END

9-24 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-25 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C603 C604 C600 C602 C423 C410

UME200

C412 C411 C210 C424 C209 R411 C417 S71WS128NC0BFWA7 C414 R524 R205 TP200 TP204 R600

U502

C216

MT200 R233 MT201

C219 SC102 C203 R108 R231 C204 R118 R123 R105 R215 R119 R432 R229 C200 TP203 R223 C434 C433 L110 L106 C111 C440 R421 TP400 R414 C415 L402 R412 U101

C105 C420 L403 R413

C406 L401 R410 R112 C401 L400 R409 R104 R117 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 R400 C115 R113 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 L500 R115 R212 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 C500 R114 R504 R507 R517 R401 R116 R505 R407 C517 L502 R508 D503 R503 ZD100 C519 D504 D502

RFS100

SC100 R304 L100 C320 R305 R309 9-26

This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization

SC103 SC101

U504

TP202TP201

F500

TP101

I FC500 BTC600

TR500

U404

TR400

U100

C432 TA400 C438 R103 C439 R102 C110

U600 R404

C419 C402 D501 R217 R417 R408 R601 R227 R230 R216 R514 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 L501U200 R203 C516 R208 UCP200 L503 R206 C505 R221 C207 C215 OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B R511 R510 629 R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201 R209 R211 R207 VR608 C409 C321 R402 C104 C322

U401 C405

C611 C134 C133R406 TA100 C613 R405 C135 C612 C422 C404 R120 OSC100 L103 C106 PAM100 C631 R101 C109 C608 MX92U6166AZCG C512 R522 L104 C107 R523 L105 C108

U102

C112

SKY77518-11

C114 C131 L101AERO4209B C120 C100 C103 L102 C102 C125 R110 C132 C127 C126, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-13. GSM Transmitter TX ON (5Level) Yes PAM100 Pin11 No Resolder PAM100 ≥ 30dBm (TX MODULE) Yes PAM100 pin17 ≥ 20dBm Yes No Check UCP200 Resolder U102 (TRANSCEIVER) Yes

END

9-27 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-28 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C603 C604 C600 C602 C423 C410

UME200

C412 C411 C210 C424 C209 R411 C417 S71WS128NC0BFWA7 C414 R524 R205 TP200 TP204 R600

U502

C216

MT200 R233 MT201

C219 SC102 C203 R108 R231 C204 R118 R123 R105 R215 R119 R432 R229 C200 TP203 R223 C434 C433 L110 L106 C111 C440 R421 TP400 R414 C415 L402 R412 U101

C105 C420 L403 R413

C406 L401 R410 R112 C401 L400 R409 R104 R117 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 R400 C115 R113 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 L500 R115 R212 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 C500 R114 R504 R507 R517 R401 R116 R505 R407 C517 L502 R508 D503 R503 ZD100 C519 D504 D502

RFS100

SC100 R304 L100 C320 R305 R309 9-29

This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization

SC103 SC101

U504

TP202TP201

F500

TP101

I FC500 BTC600

TR500

U404

TR400

U100

C432 TA400 C438 R103 C439 R102 C110

U600 R404

C419 C402 D501 R217 R417 R408 R601 R227 R230 R216 R514 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 L501U200 R203 C516 R208 UCP200 L503 R206 C505 R221 C207 C215 OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B R511 R510 629 R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201 R209 R211 R207 VR608 C409 C321 R402 C104 C322

U401 C405

C611 C134 C133R406 TA100 C613 R405 C135 C612 C422 C404 R120 OSC100 L103 C106 PAM100 C631 R101 C109 C608 MX92U6166AZCG C512 R522 L104 C107 R523 L105 C108

U102

C112

SKY77518-11

C114 C131 L101AERO4209B C120 C100 C103 L102 C102 C125 R110 C132 C127 C126,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

9-14. DCS Receiver

RX ON

RF INPUT=698CH AMP=-50dBm Yes Check PAM100 No Resolder or Change pin 15(DCSRX) ≥-65dBm PAM100 Yes Check U102 No Resolder or Change pin 15, 16 (DCSRX) U102 ≥-65dBm > Yes Check UCP200 No MOD_STANDBY= "HIGH" Resolder or Change PON_PA= "LOW" UCP200 BAND= "HIGH" Yes

END

9-30 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-31 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C603 C604 C600 C602 C423 C410

UME200

C412 C411 C210 C424 C209 R411 C417 S71WS128NC0BFWA7 C414 R524 R205 TP200 TP204 R600

U502

C216

MT200 R233 MT201

C219 SC102 C203 R108 R231 C204 R118 R123 R105 R215 R119 R432 R229 C200 TP203 R223 C434 C433 L110 L106 C111 C440 R421 TP400 R414 C415 L402 R412 U101

C105 C420 L403 R413

C406 L401 R410 R112 C401 L400 R409 R104 R117 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 R400 C115 R113 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 L500 R115 R212 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 C500 R114 R504 R507 R517 R401 R116 R505 R407 C517 L502 R508 D503 R503 ZD100 C519 D504 D502

RFS100

SC100 R304 L100 C320 R305 R309 9-32

This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization

SC103 SC101

U504

TP202TP201

F500

TP101

I FC500 BTC600

TR500

U404

TR400

U100

C432 TA400 C438 R103 C439 R102 C110

U600 R404

C419 C402 D501 R217 R417 R408 R601 R227 R230 R216 R514 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 L501U200 R203 C516 R208 UCP200 L503 R206 C505 R221 C207 C215 OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B R511 R510 629 R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201 R209 R211 R207 VR608 C409 C321 R402 C104 C322

U401 C405

C611 C134 C133R406 TA100 C613 R405 C135 C612 C422 C404 R120 OSC100 L103 C106 PAM100 C631 R101 C109 C608 MX92U6166AZCG C512 R522 L104 C107 R523 L105 C108

U102

C112

SKY77518-11

C114 C131 L101AERO4209B C120 C100 C103 L102 C102 C125 R110 C132 C127 C126, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-15. DCS Transmitter TX ON (5Level) PAM100 Pin11 Resolder PAM100 ≥ 30dBm (TX MODULE) PAM100 pin19 ≥ 20dBm Check UCP200 Resolder U102 (TRANSCEIVER)

END

9-33 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-34 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C603 C604 C600 C602 C423 C410

UME200

C412 C411 C210 C424 C209 R411 C417 S71WS128NC0BFWA7 C414 R524 R205 TP200 TP204 R600

U502

C216

MT200 R233 MT201

C219 SC102 C203 R108 R231 C204 R118 R123 R105 R215 R119 R432 R229 C200 TP203 R223 C434 C433 L110 L106 C111 C440 R421 TP400 R414 C415 L402 R412 U101

C105 C420 L403 R413

C406 L401 R410 R112 C401 L400 R409 R104 R117 C201 C218 R222 C214 C217 R400 C115 R113 C202 R214 TH200 C212 R226 L500 R115 R212 R213 C213 R506 C400 D500 C500 R114 R504 R507 R517 R401 R116 R505 R407 C517 L502 R508 D503 R503 ZD100 C519 D504 D502

RFS100

SC100 R304 L100 C320 R305 R309 9-35

This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization

SC103 SC101

U504

TP202TP201

F500

TP101

I FC500 BTC600

TR500

U404

TR400

U100

C432 TA400 C438 R103 C439 R102 C110

U600 R404

C419 C402 D501 R217 R417 R408 R601 R227 R230 R216 R514 R224 C206 C403 R225 C208 C408 L501U200 R203 C516 R208 UCP200 L503 R206 C505 R221 C207 C215 OM6357EL4/ 3C5/ 9B R511 R510 629 R219 R235 R220 R234 C205 R204 R202 C211 R201 R209 R211 R207 VR608 C409 C321 R402 C104 C322

U401 C405

C611 C134 C133R406 TA100 C613 R405 C135 C612 C422 C404 R120 OSC100 L103 C106 PAM100 C631 R101 C109 C608 MX92U6166AZCG C512 R522 L104 C107 R523 L105 C108

U102

C112

SKY77518-11

C114 C131 L101AERO4209B C120 C100 C103 L102 C102 C125 R110 C132 C127 C126, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-36 This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization, 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 ― DMB : Digital Multimedia Broadcasting ― 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 Instructions 1 1) Remove 4 screw-caps on the rear cover. 2 1) Unlock the lockers forcibly following the 2) Unscrew 6 bolts. directions below. 4 3 HOOK POSITION121) Be careful not to make any scratch or damage on the 1) Be careful not to make any scratch or damage on the exterior. exterior. 2) Make no distortion of the rear cover while disassembling. 3 1) Disassemble the volume keys. 1) Disassemble the keypad4 1) Be careful not to make any scratch or damage on the 1) Be careful not to make a damage to the keypad exterior. 11-1, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 5 1) Separate the PBA from the rear 6 1)Pull out the mike from intenna 2)Disassemble intenna from the pba①21HOOK POSITION ② 1) Be careful not to make any damage to the pba 1) Be careful not to make any damage to the intenna 7 1)Disassemble shield can from the pba 8 1) Separate the window slowly. 2) Detach the lcd module after resoldering lcd module f-pcb 1) Be careful not to make any damage to the pba 1) Separate slowly with no damage to the LCD module. 11-2, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 9 1) Separate the camera connector 10 1) Detach motor after reslodring 2 points 2) Separate the camera and motor from speaker 2) Unscrew 2 bolts module 3) Detach receiver from speaker module 1) Separate slowly with no damage to f-pcb 1) Be careful not to make any damage to the F-PCB. 1) Detach BT intenna from speaker module 2) Detach speaker module from pba 3) Resolder receiver and speaker module 1) Be careful not to make any damage to the BT intenna 11-3, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 11-2. Assembly Instructions 1 1) solder receiver and speaker module. 2 1) Solder the mike with camera f-pcb. 2) Assemble speaker module to the pba 2) bond the soldering part. 2) Place the BT INTENNA on the correct position in the picture below. - + caution 1) Handle the BT F-PCB with care not to be torn. 1) Check the polarity of motor 3 1) Put camera and motor into speaker module 4 1) Solder a lcd module. 2) Connect the camera connector. 2) attach the lcd into PBA 1) Handle the key F-PCB with care not to be torn while 1) Handle the F-PCB with care not to be torn. assembling. 11-4,

Disassembly and Assembly Instructions

5 1) Assemble shield can 6 1) Assemble the intenna 2) put the mike f-pcb into intenna211) 4 clip must be assembled properly 1) Handle the F-PCB with care not to be torn. 7 1) Assemble the PBA with rear 8 1) Assemble the keypad with rear 2) After assembling the PBA and rear, press them 2) After assembling the keypad and rear, press properly. them properly. 1) Be careful not to make any scratch or damage on the 1) Be careful not to make any scratch or damage on the exterior. exterior. 11-5, Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 9 1) Attach the volumekey to the front cover. 2) Assemble front to the rear 3) Screw 6 bolts. 4) Put the screw 4 caps Be caution with direction Hook position Cap 1) Check dust and dirt on the LCD and the window. 2) Check the front cover and the window completely assembled without an unnecessary gap. 11-6]
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