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FIELD REPLACEABLE UNIT DOCUMENTATION TM GENERAL INFORMATION Tools Required for Proper Disassembly and Reassembly: 1. Phillips Screwdriver (Size 0) 2. Flat head Screwdriver 3. Case Separator 4. ESD Wrist Strap 5. ESD mat 6. Tweezers Before attempting any of the following procedures, make sure that the main battery and AC adaptor is not connected to the unit and the environment in which you are working on is protected from Electro-Static discharge(ESD). Tough Enough for Today’s World TM TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. BATTERY PACK REMOVAL 2. OPTIONAL PC CARD REMOVAL 3. MEMORY MODULE REMOVAL 4. HDD REMOVAL...
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FIELD REPLACEABLE UNIT DOCUMENTATION

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GENERAL INFORMATION Tools Required for Proper Disassembly and Reassembly: 1. Phillips Screwdriver (Size 0) 2. Flat head Screwdriver 3. Case Separator 4. ESD Wrist Strap 5. ESD mat 6. Tweezers

Before attempting any of the following procedures,

make sure that the main battery and AC adaptor is not connected to the unit and the environment in which you are working on is protected from

Electro-Static discharge(ESD).

Tough Enough for Today’s World,

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. BATTERY PACK REMOVAL 2. OPTIONAL PC CARD REMOVAL 3. MEMORY MODULE REMOVAL 4. HDD REMOVAL 5. KEYBOARD REMOVAL 6. TOP COVER REMOVAL 7. MINI PCI CARD REMOVAL 8. RTC REMOVAL 9. SPEAKER REMOVAL 10. MODEM BOARD REMOVAL 11. SOUND JACK BOARD REMOVAL 12. SYSTEM BOARD REMOVAL 13. TOUCH PAD REMOVAL 14. DISPLAY MASK REMOVAL 15. FL INVERTER AND LCD REMOVAL,

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BATTERY PACK REMOVAL OPTIONAL PC CARD REMOVAL Battery release lever Battery Pack PC card Eject button 1. Turn the computer upside down as shown. 1. Press the eject button of the PCCard you want to 2. Slide the battery release lever to the left to release remove. the battery. 2. Press the extended eject button to pop the PC card 3. Lift out the battery. out. 3. Grasp the PC card and remove it. Note: Before removing any PC Card device, make sure it is “STOPPED” in the PC Card manager. MEMORY MEMORY REMOVAL Memory cover M2x2.5 black screws M2x3 black flat head screw Memory module 1. Turn the computer upside down. 3. Remove one M2x3 black flat head screw securing 2. Remove two M2x2.5 black screws securing the memory the memory module. cover. 4. Disconnect the memory module from the top side as shown by the arrow above.,

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HDD REMOVAL HDD cover M2x4 black screws HDD connector HDD assembly 1. Turn the computer upside down. 3. Lift up the rubber handle and hold the HDD assembly 2. Remove two M2x4 black screws securing the as shown above. HDD cover and lift it out. 4. Disconnect the HDD assembly from the HDD connector. CAUTION: Be very careful not to press on the TOP or BOTTOM of the HDD. Pressure can destroy data or damage the drive. HDD REMOVAL KEYBOARD REMOVAL HDD pad HDD rubber holder M2x3 black flat head screw 5. Remove the HDD rubber holder and the HDD pad. 1. Turn the computer upside down. 2. Remove one M2x3 black flat head screw securing the keyboard.,

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KEYBOARD REMOVAL Latch Keyboard holder M2x3 silver flat head screws 3. Unlatch the keyboard holder at the top of the keyboard. 4. Remove two M2x3 silver flat head screws securing the keyboard. KEYBOARD REMOVAL TOP COVER REMOVAL M2.5x6 black flat head screws PJ445 M2x6 M2x4 black black screws screws Keyboard Keyboard cable 5. Lift up the keyboard and lay it on the palm rest. Rubber cover/M2x4 brass screw 6. Disconnect the keyboard cable from PJ445 and lift out 1. Turn the computer upside down. the keyboard. 2. Remove the rubber cover close to the HDD slot and remove one M2x4 brass screw. 2. Remove the following screws from the bottom cover: - 9 M2x6 black screws - 2 M2.5x6 black flat head screws - 2 M2x4 black screws and 1 M2x4 brass screw,

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TOP COVER REMOVAL Power button/ LED board cable Top cover PJ7 Internet/In Touch buttons cable PJ8 Flexible

PWB

Touch Pad cable PJ334 PJ9 M2x4 brass screws 3. Turn the computer right side up and open the display. 5. Remove six M2x4 brass screws securing the top 4. Disconnect the following cables by carefully lifting the lever cover. using from the PCB: 6. Separate the top cover from the bottom cover. - Touch Pad cable from PJ334 - Flexible PWB from PJ9 - Internet/ In-Touch Buttons cable from PJ8 - Power Button/ LED board cable from PJ7 MINI PCI CARD REMOVAL White mini coax Mini PCIcard interface adaptor Mini PCI connector clips Wireless LAN card Black mini coax 1. Disconnect the Mini PCI card interface adaptor from the 3. Disconnect the black and white mini coax from the system board. Mini PCI wireless LAN card. 2. Carefully lift up the Mini PCI card interface adaptor and 4. Spread the mini PCI connector clips and pull the turn it over as shown on the next picture. wireless LAN card out of the connector about 30 degrees.,

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RTC REMOVAL SPEAKER REMOVAL Glass Tape PJ10 RTC battery PJ790 RTC harness Speaker harness Speaker Rubber holder 1. Peel off two strips of glass tape securing the RTC cable. 1. Disconnect the speaker harness from PJ10 on 2. Disconnect the RTC harness from PJ790 and lift it out. the system board. 2. Lift out the speaker and separate the rubber holder. MODEM BOARD REMOVAL SOUND JACK BOARD REMOVAL Modem board Modem harness Guide pins HDD/modem interface board M2x4 brass screws Sound jack board 1. Disconnect the modem harness from the modem board. 1. Lift up the sound jack board to free it from the 2. Remove two M2x4 brass screws securing the modem guide pins and pull it out. board to the HDD/Modem interface board. 2. Turn the board over as shown on the next picture. 3. Disconnect the modem board from PJ3 on the HDD/modem board,

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SOUND JACK BOARD REMOVAL SYSTEM BOARD REMOVAL

LAN

harness PJ352 Sound jack cable PJ999 Sound jack board Glass tape PJ35 PJ34 LCD/FLharness 3. Disconnect the sound jack cable from PJ999 on the 1. Peel off the glass tapes securing the modem sound jack board. harness and the LAN harness. 4. Lift out the sound jack board. 2. Disconnect the LAN harness from PJ352 on the system board. 3. Disconnect the LCD/FL harness from PJ34 and PJ35 on the system board. SYSTEM BOARD REMOVAL M2x4 brass flat head screws PJ3 PC card slots PJ11 M2x4 brass flat head screws System board HDD/modem interface cable 4. Remove two M2x4 flat head brass screws securing 7. Disconnect the PC card slots from PJ11 on the system the system board. board. 5. Remove two M2x4 brass screws securing the 8. Disconnect the HDD/modem interface cable from PJ3 PC card slots. on the system board. 6. Lift out the system board. 9. Remove two cool sheets on the top side of the system board.,

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TOUCH PAD REMOVAL Touch pad board copper tape Touc pad/ Membrane cable RTC/ Speaker holder LCD latch assy M2x4 brass screws Touch pad bracket M2x3 silver flat head screws 1. Remove the RTC/Speaker holder. 1. Carefully peel off the copper tape. 2. Remove one M2x4brass screw securing the LCD 2. Remove four M2x3 silver flat head screws securing latch assembly and lift it out. the Touch pad assembly. 3. Disconnect the Touch pad/ Membrane cable from 3. Lift out the touch pad assembly. the touch pad board. 4. Separate the touch pad board from the touch pad bracket.,

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DISPLAY MASK REMOVAL FL INVERTER AND LCD REMOVAL LCD cushions FL inverter cable LCD module M2x3 silver FL Flat head inverter screw board Display mask LCD mask seals LCD cable LCD module FL cable 1. Remove one LCD cushions and six LCD mask seals 1. Remove one M2x3 silver flat head screw securing using a pair of fine-tipped tweezers. the FL inverter board. 2. Remove one M2x3 black flat head screw and 2. Lift up the FL inverter board and disconnect the six M2x3 silver flat head screws securing the display FL cable from CN2 and the FL inverter cable mask. from CN1. 3. Lift out the display mask. 3. Carefully rotate out the top of the LCD module enough to access the LCD/FL cable.. 4. Disconnect the LCD/FL cable and lift it out.]
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