CF-30KTPAXxM
ORDER NO.
CPD0811212CE
Notebook Computer
Model No.
CF-30KTPAXxM
This is the Service Manual for
the following areas.
M …for U.S.A. and Canada
© Panasonic Corporation 2008.
Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
For U.K.
WARNING
This apparatus must be earthed for your safety.
To ensure safe operation the three-pin plug must be inserted only into a standard three-pin power point
which is effectively earthed through the normal household wiring.
Extension cords used with the equipment must be three-core and be correctly wired to provide connection to earth. Wrongly wired extension cords are a major cause of fatalities.
The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply that the power point is earthed and
that the installation is completely safe.
For your safety, if you have any doubt about the effective earthing of the power point, consult a qualified electrician.
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 3 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 3 amps and
that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR
HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED
OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
Warning: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
Important
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-and-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug
coloured GREEN or GREEN-andwhich is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol
YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L
or coloured RED.
The mains plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect the mains power.
Please ensure that a socket outlet is available near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
Warnings
This equipment is not designed for connection to an IT power system.
(An IT system is a system having no direct connections between live parts and Earth; the exposed-conduciveparts of the electrical installation are earthed.
An IT system is not permitted where the computer is directly connected to public supply systems in the U.K.)
Disconnect the mains plug from the supply socket when the computer is not in use.
This equipment is produced to BS800/1983.
LASER SAFETY INFORMATION
For U.S.A .
Class 1 LASER-Product
This product is certified to comply with DHHS Rules 21 CFR Subchapter J.
This product complies with European Standard EN60825 (or IEC Publication 825)
For all areas
This equipment is classified as a class 1 level LASER product and there is no hazardous LASER radiation.
Caution:
(1) Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
(2) The drive is designed to be incorporated into a computer-based system or unit which has
an enclosing cover. It should never be used as a stand alone drive.
Danger:
The serviceman should not remove the cover of drive unit and should not service because
the drive unit is a nonserviceable part.
Please check DANGER label on PD-drive unit.
• Unplug the AC power cord to the equipment before opening the top cover of the drive.
When the power switch it on, do not place your eyes close to the front panel door to look into the interior
of the unit.
LASER Specification
Class 1 level LASER Product
Wave Length: DVD 658±8 nm
CD 775~815 nm
Laser safety information is appropriate only when drive with laser is installed.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Before servicing, unplug the power cord to prevent an electric shock.
2. When replacing parts, use only manufacture's recommended components
for safety.
3. Check the condition of the power cord. Replace if wear or damage is evident.
4. After servicing, be sure to restore the lead dress, insulation barriers,
insulation papers, shields, etc.
Important Safety Instructions
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk
of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a
wet basement or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm.
There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
vicinity of the leak.
4. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
They may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
LITHIUM BATTERY
This computer contains a lithium battery to enable the date, time, and other
data to be stored. The battery should only be exchanged by authorized
service personel.
Warning! A risk of explosion from incorrect installation or misapplication may
possibly occur.
LITHIUM BATTERY
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type battery recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
LITHIUMBATTERIES
Vorsicht!
Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemäßem Austausch der Batterie. Ersatz nur durch denselben order einen vom
Hersteller empfohlenen ähnlichen Typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
PILE AU LITHIUM
ATTENTION: IL Y A DANGER D'EXPLOSION S' IL Y A REMPLACEMENT INCORRECT DE LA PILE.
REMPLACER UNIQUEMENT AVEC UNE PILE DU MÈME TYPE OU D'UN TYPE RECOMMANDÉ PAR LE
CONSTRUCTEUR. METTRE AU RÉBUT LES PILES USAGÉES CONFORMÉMENT AUX INSTRUCTIONS DU
FABRICANT.
Avoid Extreme Heat (Near the Fire, in Direct Sunlight,
for Example)
Electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture
may result.
Do Not Insert Sharp Objects into the Battery Pack,
Expose It to Bumps or Shocks, Disassemble, or Modify It
Electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture
may result.
NOTE
Do Not Short the Positive (+) and Negative (-) Contacts
Generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result. Do not
place the battery pack together with articles such as necklaces or hairpins when carrying or storing.
Do Not Use This Product with a Battery Pack Other
Than the One Specified
Use only the specified battery pack with your product.
Use of battery packs other than those manufactured and
supplied by Panasonic may present a safety hazard
(generation of heat, ignition or rupture).
A lithium ion battery that is recyclable
powers the product you have purchased.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for
information on how to recycle this
battery.
L’appareil que vous vous êtes
procuré est alimenté par une batterie
au lithium-ion.
Pour des renseignements sur le recyclage de la batterie, veuillez composer le 1-800-8-BATTERY.
The battery pack may become warm during
recharging or normal use. This is completely normal.
Recharging will not commence if internal temperature of the battery pack is outside of the allowable
temperature range (0 °C to 55 °C {32 °F to 131
°F}). (
Reference Manual “Battery Power”)
Once the allowable range requirement is satisfied,
charging begins automatically. Note that the
recharging time varies based on the usage conditions. (Recharging takes longer than usual when
the temperature is 10 °C {50 °F} or below.)
If the temperature is low, the operating time is
shortened. Only use the computer within the
allowable temperature range.
The battery pack is a consumable item. If the
amount of time the computer can be run by using a
particular battery pack becomes dramatically
shorter and repeated recharging does not restore
its performance, the battery pack should be
replaced with a new one.
When transporting a spare battery inside a package, briefcase, etc., it is recommended that it be
placed in a plastic bag so that its contacts are protected.
Always power off the computer when it is not in
use. Leaving the computer on when the AC adaptor is not connected will exhaust the remaining battery capacity.
Useful Information
Do Not Throw the Battery Pack into a Fire or Expose It
to Excessive Heat
Generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result.
Troubleshooting
Do Not Charge the Battery Using Methods Other Than
Those Specified
If the battery is not charged using one of the specified
methods, electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition
or rupture may result.
When the Battery Pack Has Become Degraded,
Replace It with a New One
Continued use of a degraded b ttery pack may generate
a
high levels of heat, cause a fire to start and cause the
pack to burst or explode.
Do not touch the terminals on the battery pack. The
battery pack may no longer function properly if the
contacts are dirty or damaged.
Do not expose the battery pack to water, or allow it to
become wet.
If the battery pack will not be used for a long period of
time (a month or more), charge or discharge (use) the
battery pack until the remaining battery level becomes
30% to 40% and store it in a cool, dry place.
This computer prevents overcharging of the battery by
recharging only when the remaining power is less than
approx. 95% (when Economy Mode (ECO) is enabled:
75%) of capacity.
The battery pack is not charged when the computer is
first purchased. Be sure to charge it before using it for
the first time. When the AC adaptor is connected to
the computer, charging begins automatically.
Should the battery leak and the fluid get into your
eyes, do not rub your eyes. Immediately flush your
eyes with clear water and see a doctor for medical
treatment as soon as possible.
Appendix
Do Not Use with Any Other Product
The battery pack is rechargeable and was intended for
the specified product. If it is used with a product other
than the one for which it was designed, electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result.
Getting Started
Precautions (Battery Pack)
CONTENTS
1. Specifications
1-1
2. Names and Functions of Parts
2-1
3. Block Diagram
3-1
4. Diagnosis Procedure
4-1
5. Power-On Self Test (Boot Check)
5-1
6. List of Error Codes <Only when the port replicator is connected>
6-1
7. Self Diagnosis Test
7-1
8. Wiring Connection Diagram
8-1
9. Disassembly/Reassembly
9-1
10. Exploded View
10-1
11. Replacement Parts List
11-1
1. Specifications
This page provides the specifications for the basic model.
The model number is different according to the unit configuration.
To check the model number:
Check the bottom of the computer or the box the computer came in at the time of purchase.
To check CPU speed, memory size and the hard disk drive (HDD) size:
Run the Setup Utility (
Reference Manual “Setup Utility”) and select [Information] menu.
[CPU Speed]: CPU speed, [System Memory]: Memory size, [Hard Disk]: Hard disk drive size
Main Specifications
Model No.
CF-30KTPAXJM
CPU
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor SL9300 (1.6 GHz, 6 MB*1 L2 cache, 1066 MHz FSB)
Chipset
Mobile Intel® GS45 Express Chipset
Memory*1*2
CF-30K3PAXAM
2 GB (4 GB Max.)
*1*3
Video Memory
UMA 797 MB Max. (When Memory is 2 GB)/
1551 MB Max. (When Memory is 4 GB)
1 GB Max.
Hard Disk Drive*4
160 GB
Approx. 2 GB is used as a partition with recovery tools. (Users cannot use this partition.)
Display Method
13.3 XGA type (TFT) with Touchscreen
13.3 XGA type (TFT)
Internal LCD*5
65,536/16,777,216 colors (800 × 600 dots/1024 × 768 dots)
External Display*6
65,536/16,777,216 colors (800 × 600 dots/1024 × 768 dots/1280 × 768 dots/1280 × 1024
dots/1440 × 900 dots)
Wireless LAN*7
Next page
Bluetooth™*8
Next page
LAN
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T, IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T
Modem
Data: 56 kbps (V.92) FAX: 14.4 kbps
Sound
WAVE and MIDI playback, Intel® High Definition Audio subsystem support, Monaural speaker
Security Chip
TPM (TCG V1.2 compliant)*9
Card Slot
PC Card
Type I or Type II x 1 (3.3 V: 400 mA, 5 V: 400 mA)
ExpressCard
ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 x 1
SD Memory Card*10 x 1, Data transfer rate = 8 MB per second*11
Smart Card*12
ISO7816 x 1
RAM Module Slot
200-pin, 1.8 V, SO-DIMM, DDR2 SDRAM, PC2-5300 Compliant
Interface
USB port (4-pin, USB 2.0) x 3, Serial port (Dsub 9-pin male), Modem port (RJ-11), LAN port
(RJ-45), External display port (Mini Dsub 15-pin female), Expansion Bus Connector (Dedicated
80-pin female), External Antenna Connector (Dedicated 50 Ω coaxial connector), IEEE 1394a
Interface Connector (4-pin x 1), Microphone Jack (Miniature jack, 3.5 DIA, Stereo), Headphone
Jack (Miniature jack, 3.5 DIA, Impedance 32 Ω, Output Power 4 mW × 2)
Keyboard / Pointing Device
87 keys / Touch Pad / Touchscreen (AntiRe ection, Stylus (included) touch capable)
87 keys / Touch Pad
Power Supply
AC adaptor or Battery pack
AC Adaptor*13
Input: 100 V to 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz, Output: 15.6 V DC, 5.0 A
Battery Pack
Li-ion 10.65 V, 8.55 Ah
*14
Operating Time
Main Battery: Approx. 9 hours*15
Main Battery + Second Battery: Approx. 12.5
hours*15
Main Battery: Approx. 10 hours*15
Main Battery + Second Battery: Approx. 14
hours*15
Charging
Time*14
Power on
Main Battery: Approx. 8.5 hours
Main Battery + Second Battery: Approx. 12.5 hours
Power off
Main Battery: Approx. 5 hours
Main Battery + Second Battery: Approx. 8 hours
Clock Battery
Coin type lithium battery 3.0 V
Power Consumption*16
Approx. 50 W*17 / Approx. 70 W (maximum when recharging in the ON state)
Physical Dimensions (W × H × D) 302 mm × 67.5 - 69.5 mm × 292 mm {11.9" × 2.7 - 2.8" × 11.5"}
1-1
Main Specifications
Weight
Approx. 3.8 kg {Approx. 8.4 lb.}, excluding the dummy pack and dummy cards
(Approx. 50g {Approx. 1.8 oz.})
Operation Environment
Temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C {41 °F to 95 °F}
Humidity: 30% to 80% RH (No condensation)
Storage Environment
Temperature: -20 °C to 60 °C {-4 °F to 140 °F}
Humidity: 30% to 90% RH (No condensation)
Operating System
Windows Vista® Business Service Pack 1
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 2 with Advanced Security Technologies
(NTFS File System)
Utility Programs
Adobe Reader, PC Information Viewer, Loupe Utility, Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software*17,
Bluetooth™ Stack for Windows® by TOSHIBA*8, Wireless Switch Utility, Hotkey Settings,
Battery Recalibration Utility, Panasonic Hand Writing, Infineon TPM Professional Package *18,
Power Saving Utility, Wireless Connection Disable Utility*18, Concealed mode Utility*19.
Setup Utility, Hard Disk Data Erase Utility*20, PC-Diagnostic Utility
Wireless LAN <Only for model with wireless LAN>
Data Transfer Rates
IEEE802.11a : 54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6 Mbps (automatically switched)*21
IEEE802.11b : 11/5.5/2/1 Mbps (automatically switched)*21
IEEE802.11g : 54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6 Mbps (automatically switched)*21
IEEE802.11n : (HT20) 144.4/130/117/115.6/104/86.7/78/65/58.5/57.8/52/43.3/39/28.926/19.5/
14.4/13/6.5 Mbps (automatically switched)*21
(HT40) 300/270/243/240/216/180/162/130/120/117/108/104/90/81/78/60/54/52/
39/30/27/26/13 Mbps (automatically switched)*21
Standards Supported
IEEE802.11a / IEEE802.11b / IEEE802.11g / IEEE802.11n(Draft 2.0)
Transmission method
OFDM system, DSSS system
Wireless Channels Used
IEEE802.11a : Channels 36/40/44/48/52/56/60/64/100/104/108/112/116/132/136/140/149/153/
157/161/165
IEEE802.11b/IEEE802.11g : Channels 1 to 11
IEEE802.11n : Channels 1-11/36/40/44/48/52/56/60/64/100/104/108/112/116/132/136/140/149/
153/157/161/165
RF Frequency Band
IEEE802.11a : 5.18 GHz - 5.32 GHz, 5.5 GHz - 5.58 GHz, 5.66 GHz - 5.7 GHz, 5.745 GHz 5.825 GHz
IEEE802.11b/IEEE802.11g : 2.412 GHz - 2.462 GHz
IEEE802.11n : 2.412 GHz - 2.462 GHz, 5.15 GHz - 5.35 GHz, 5.5 GHz - 5.58 GHz, 5.66 GHz 5.7 GHz, 5.745 GHz - 5.85 GHz
BluetoothTM <Only for model with Bluetooth>
Bluetooth Version
2.0 + EDR
Transmission method
FHSS system
Wireless Channels Used
Channels 1 to 79
RF Frequency Band
2.402-2.48 GHz
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*10
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*12
1 MB = 1,048,576 bytes / 1 GB = 1,073,741,824 bytes
You can physically expand the memory up to 4096 MB, but the total amount of usable memory available will be less depending
on the actual system configuration.
A segment of the main memory is allotted automatically depending on the computer’s operating status. The size of the Video
Memory cannot be set by the user.
1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Your operating system or some application software will report as fewer GB.
A 16,777,216 color display is achieved by using the dithering function.
Maximum resolution depends on the specifications of the external display. Display may be impossible using some connected
external displays.
Only for model with wireless LAN
Only for model with Bluetooth
For information on TPM,
click
(Start) and input “c:\util\drivers\tpm\README.pdf” in [Start Search] and
press Enter , and refer to the Installation Manual of “Trusted Platform Module (TPM)”.
click [start] - [Run] and input “c:\util\drivers\tpm\README.pdf”, and refer to the Installation Manual of “Trusted
Platform Module (TPM)”.
SD Memory Cards that support high-speed transfer rates can be used.
Windows ReadyBoost function is also
supported.
Operation has been tested and confirmed using Panasonic SD Memory Cards and SDHC Memory Cards with a capacity of up to 8 GB.
Operation on other SD equipment is not guaranteed.
This computer is not compatible with MultiMediaCards. Do not insert these kinds of cards.
The theoretical value is not the actual speed. The transfer rate does not become higher even if you use a card that supports the
higher transfer rate.
Only for model with Smart Card slot
1-2
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*14
*15
*16
*17
*18
*19
*20
*21
<Only for North America>
The AC adaptor is compatible with power sources up to 240 V AC adaptor. The computer is supplied with a 125 V AC compatible AC cord. 20-M-2-1
Varies depending on the usage conditions.
Measured at LCD brightness: 60 cd/m2
Varies depending on the usage conditions, or when an external device is attached.
Approx. 0.9 W when the battery pack is fully charged (or not being charged) and the computer is OFF.
Rated power consumption 23-E-1
You need to install to use the feature.
Concealed Mode may not work property during battery recalibration.
The Product Recovery DVD-ROM is required.
It does not correspond to IEEE802.11a+b+g+n standards. Actual speeds may differ.
1-3
2. Names and Functions of Parts
F
G
H
I
J
K
K
L
A
EX
PC
K
M
N
O
D
E
A: Bluetooth Antenna
<Only for model with Bluetooth>
Reference Manual “Bluetooth”
B: ExpressCard Slot
Reference Manual “PC Card / ExpressCard”
C: PC Card Slot
Reference Manual “PC Card / ExpressCard”
D: Multimedia Pocket
Reference Manual “Multimedia Pocket”
E: Battery Pack
Specified Battery pack: CF-VZSU46
F: Wireless LAN Antenna
<Only for model with wireless LAN>
Reference Manual “Wireless LAN”
G: LCD
<Only for model with touchscreen>
Reference Manual “Touchscreen”
H: Function Key
Reference Manual “Key Combinations”
I: Keyboard
J: Touch Pad
K: LED Indicator
: Caps lock
: Numeric key (NumLk)
: Scroll lock (ScrLk)
: Multimedia pocket device status or the second
battery status
Reference Manual “Multimedia Pocket”
“Battery Power”
: Hard disk drive status
: Power status of the multimedia pocket
: Battery status
Reference Manual “Battery Power”
: Power status
(Off: Power off/Hibernation, Green: Power
Sleep/
on, Blinking green:
Standby, Blinking green rapidly:
Cannot power on or resume due to low temperature.)
: Wireless ready
This indicator lights when Wireless LAN, Bluetooth, and/or Wireless WAN are connected and
ready. It does not necessarily indicate the On/Off
condition of the wireless connection.
Reference Manual “Wireless LAN” “Bluetooth” “Disabling/Enabling Wireless Communication”
: Wireless WAN status
<Only for model with wireless WAN>
Refer to the instruction manual of the wireless device
L: Power Switch
M: Wireless Switch
Reference Manual “Disabling/Enabling Wireless
Communication”
N: Carrying Handle
O: Stylus Holder
2-1
Right side
A
B
C DE F G
H
I
1394
Rear side
J
Bottom
H
K L
M
N O
P
A: Hard Disk Drive
Reference Manual “Hard Disk Drive”
B: SD Memory Card Slot
Reference Manual “SD Memory Card”
C: SD Memory Card Indicator
(Blinking: During access)
Reference Manual “SD Memory Card”
R
N: Headphone Jack
You can connect headphones or amplified speakers.
When they are connected, audio from the internal
speakers is not heard.
O: Microphone Jack
A condenser microphone can be used. other types
of microphones are used, audio input may not be possible, or malfunctions may occur as a result.
When recording in stereo using a stereo microphone:
D: IEEE 1394 Interface Connector
Reference Manual “IEEE 1394 Devices”
Click
(Start) - [Control Panel] - [Hardware and
Sound] - [Sound] - [Recording] - [Microphone] [Properties], and then add a check mark for [No Audio Enhancements] in [Microphone Enhancements].
E: Smart Card Slot
<Only for model with Smart Card slot>
Reference Manual “Smart Card”
F: Modem Port
Click [start] - [All Programs] - [SoundMAX] - [Control
Panel] and select [Microphone], and then add a check
mark for [No Filtering] in [Microphone Enhancements].
When using a monaural microphone with a 2-terminal plug:
Reference Manual “Modem”
G: LAN Port
H:
I:
J:
K:
L:
Reference Manual “LAN”
USB Port
Reference Manual “USB Devices”
DC-IN Jack
Security Lock
A Kensington cable can be connected.
For further information, read the manual that comes
with the cable.
External Antenna Connector
Expansion Bus Connector
Reference Manual “Port Replicator / Car
Mounter”
M: External Display Port
Reference Manual “External Display”
Q
Click
(Start) - [Control Panel] - [Hardware and
Sound] - [Sound] - [Recording] - [Microphone] [Properties], and then add a check mark for [Voice
Enhancements] in [Microphone Enhancements].
Otherwise, only audio on the left track will be recorded.
Click [start] - [All Programs] - [SoundMAX] - [Control Panel] and select [Microphone], and then add a check mark
for [Voice Recording] in [Microphone Enhancements].
Otherwise, only audio on the left track will be recorded.
P: Serial Port
Q: RAM Module Slot
Reference Manual “RAM Module”
R: Speaker
Reference Manual “Key Combinations”
2-2
3-1
Smart Card
USB1.1
Finger Print
(1.5Gb/s)
SATA
BIOS
SPI
32M
SATA/PATA
HUB
1.1/2.0
PATA
Internal USB1.1
Blue-tooth
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Interface
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Serial
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Touch Screen
GPS
DMI
PCI
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PCI Express
Interface
AC-link
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DRAM
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HDD
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DMI
Graphics
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Penryn DC
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Intel Core
CoreTM2
Duo processor
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TPM 1.2
Heater
HDD
(Port Rep)
Mouse
KBD
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PS/2
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RJ45
antenna
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Secure IC
Turbo memory Card
ExpressCARD
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5100
Wireless LAN
133Mbytes/sec
SO-DIMM Memory
DDR2 SDRAM
2GB
SO-DIMM Memory
DDR2 SDRAM
2GB
1.05V
BKLT
LED
Int. KB
Pack
Battery
Li-Ion
Pack
Battery
Ext. MIC
Headphone
HDD
Battery Charger
㩷 Thermister
Heater
Speaker
㪊㪅㪊㪭
㪣㪧㪚㩷㪙㫌㫊㩷 㩷 㩷
㪊㪅㪊㪭
㪊㪉㪹㫀㫋㩷㪧㪚㪠㩷㪙㫌㫊㩷㪊㪊㪤㪟㫑
㩷 Thermal IC
㩷 Flat Pad
IEEE1394
SD Card
2nd-Li-Ion
EEPROM
(DF2117VBG20V)
EC/KBC
TYPE II
R5C847
PCMCIA
AD1883
MDC1.5
AC Link
HDA
Sound
Data Modem
RJ11
AMP
3 Block Diagram
4 Diagnosis Procedure
4.1. Basic Procedures
4-1
4.2. Troubleshooting
Please take note of the following two points with regard to troubleshooting:
1. Know-how of diagnosis upon occurrence of heavy troubles, e.g. Set cannot be turned ON , Set fails to start , No display on
screen , etc.
2. Explanation of each trouble, mainly symptom of trouble in operation.
Flow Chart
START
START
Set cannot be supplied with current.
Power lamp fails to light up.
Pay attention to the following points when in pursuit of the cause of a troubleshooting.
1. Peripheral apparatus connected with the set should all be removed before operation check.
2. Make sure that cables, boards, etc. are not coming off, and recheck the contact condition.
NG
AC
Adaptor/Battery
Output voltage
Replace AC Adaptor/Battery
OK
NO
Power lamp
check
YES
Dark display on screen.
Screen fails to display.
NG
Inverter board
Check contact condition of power input terminal. Replace if
defective.
Check Power SW. Replace if defective.
Replace inverter board.
Check inverter cable continuity. Replace if defective
OK
NO
LCD back
light lighting
YES
NG
LCD unit
check
Replace LCD back light.
Replace LCD unit.
OK
Failure in starting
NO
BIOS operation
check
Replace main board (Check fuse at power source).
YES
NG
Result of
POST
OK
NG
Set-up utility
starting
Refer to POST
error code table.
Replace main board.
Replace main board.
OK
Return set-up utility setpoint to the state of delivery from factory .
NO
HDD access
YES
Not displayed properly on screen.
NG
Main board
check
Heavy trouble e.g.,
Set cannot be turned
ON , Set fails to start ,
No display on
screen , etc.
Check HDD cable connection and continuity.
Replace if defective.
Replace HDD & Reinstall.
Replace main board.
Replace main board
OK
Some or all keys cannot be input.
CD CALL not practicable.
Make sure of contact of K/B connector in use.
Replace keyboard or main board.
NO
Trouble
symptoms on some
of CD
YES
Replace main board.
Starts but operates unstably.
Reinstall HDD.
Replace main board.
START
END
4-2
Check if there are any flaws on CD media. Since
flaws may appear on specific media, CD media
can be defective.
Each kind of
trouble in
operation.
5 Power-On Self Test (Boot Check)
Outline of POST
The set has a boot check function called POST (Power-On Self Test) in it.
The condition of the main body is diagnosed by checking beep sound or error code.
Start .............Test begins automatically when power switch is set to ON.
Normal finish .....After memory checking, a beep sound is issued once and the set is placed into automatic stop.
Note: If no error occurs, nothing is displayed. (No display of OK, etc.)
Error Diagnosis by Checking Beep Signal Sound
The beep sound is as follows:
(1 (long sound) -2-3-4)
(Length of bar shows length of sound.)
= long sound (about 0.4 sec.),
= short sound (about 0.2 sec.), Length between sounds is about 0.1 sec.
Table of errors classified by beep sounds
Diagnosis
Main board
Beep signal sound
Error message
1(long sound)-2
BIOS ROM error
1-2-2-3
BIOS ROM error
1-3-1-1
RAM error
1-3-1-3
Keyboard controller error
1-3-4-1
RAM error
1-3-4-3
RAM error
1-4-1-1
RAM error
2-1-2-3
BIOS ROM error
2-2-3-1
Occurrence of unexpected offering
(Note) A beep sound is also issued in case of other I/O trouble.
5-1
6 List of Error Codes <Only when the port replicator is connected>
The following is a list of the messages that BIOS can display. Most of them occur during
POST. Some of them display information about a hardware device, e.g., the amount of memory
installed. Others may indicate a problem with a device, such as the way it has been configured.
Following the list are explanations of the messages and remedies for reported problems.
If your system displays one of except the messages marked below with an asterisk (*), write
down the message and contact Panasonic Technical Support. If your system fails after you
make changes in the Setup menus, reset the computer, enter Setup and install Setup defaults
or correct the error.
0200 Failure Fixed Disk
Fixed disk in not working or not configured properly. Check to see if fixed disk is attached
properly. Run Setup. Find out if the fixed-disk type is correctly identified.
0210 Stuck key
Stuck key on keyboard.
0211 Keyboard error
Keyboard not working.
0212 Keyboard Controller Failed
Keyboard controller failed test. May require replacing keyboard controller.
0213 Keyboard locked - Unlock key switch
Unlock the system to proceed.
0230 System RAM Failed at offset : nnnn
System RAM failed at offset nnnn of in the 64k block at which the error was detected.
0231 Shadow RAM Failed at offset : nnnn
Shadow RAM failed at offset nnnn of the 64k block at which the error was detected.
0232 Extended RAM Failed at offset : nnnn
Extended memory not working or not configured properly at offset nnnn.
0250 System battery is dead - Replace and run SETUP
The CMOS clock battery indicator shows the battery is dead. Replace the battery and run Setup
to reconfigure the system.
*0251 System CMOS checksum bad - Default configuration used
System CMOS has been corrupted or modified incorrectly, perhaps by an application program
that changes data stored in CMOS. The BIOS installed Default SETUP Values. If you do not
want these values, enter Setup and enter your own values. If the error persists, check the system
battery or contact Panasonic Technical Support.
0260 System timer error
The timer test failed. Requires repair of system board.
0270 Real time clock error
Real-time clock fails BIOS test. May require board repair.
*0280 Previous boot incomplete - Default configuration used
Previous POST did not complete successfully. POST loads default values and offers to run
Setup. If the failure was caused by incorrect values and they are not corrected, the next boot
will likely fail. On systems with control of wait states, improper Setup settings can also terminate POST and cause this error on the next boot. Run Setup and verify that the wait-state
configuration is correct. This error is cleared the next time the system is booted.
0281 Memory Size found by POST differed from EISA CMOS
Memory size found by POST differed from EISA CMOS.
6-1
6-2
Troubleshooting
02D0 System cache error - Cache disabled
Contact Panasonic Technical Support.
02F0: CPU ID:
CPU socket number for Multi-Processor error.
02F4: EISA CMOS not writable
ServerBIOS2 test error: Cannot write to EISA CMOS.
02F5: DMA Test Failed
ServerBIOS2 test error: Cannot write to extended DMA (Direct Memory Access) registers.
02F6: Software NMI Failed
ServerBIOS2 test error: Cannot generate software NMI (Non-Maskable Interrupt).
02F7: Fail - Safe Timer NMI Failed
ServerBIOS2 test error: Fail-Safe Timer takes too long.
device address Conflict
Address conflict for specified device.
Allocation Error for: device
Run ISA or EISA Configuration Utility to resolve resource conflict for the specified device.
Failing Bits : nnnn
The hex number nnnn is a map of the bits at the RAM address which failed the memory test.
Each 1 (one) in the map indicates a failed bit. See error 230,231 or 232 for offset address of the
failure in System, Extended or Shadow memory.
Invalid System Configuration Data
Problem with NVRAM (CMOS) data.
I/O device IRQ conflict
I/O device IRQ conflict error.
Operating System not found
Operating system cannot be located on either drive A: or drive C:. Enter Setup and see if fixed
disk and drive A: are properly identified.
Parity Check 1 nnnn
Parity error found in the system bus. BIOS attempts to locate the address and display it on the
screen. If it cannot locate the address, it displays ????. Parity is a method for checking errors
in binary data. A parity error indicates that some data has been corrupted.
Parity Check 2 nnnn
Parity error found in the I/O bus. BIOS attempts to locate the address and display it on the
screen. If it cannot locate the address, it displays ????.
Press <F1> to resume, <F2> to Setup
Displayed after any recoverable error message. Press <F1> to start the boot process or <F2> to
enter a Setup and change the settings. Write down and follow the information shown on the
screen.
7 Self Diagnosis Test
As for the self-diagnosis test(PC-Diagnostic utility) to use this model, a standard test and the
enhancing test by the module of the main body building in are possible.
●Notes To skip BIOS password
Use <Ctrl>+<F10> key to skip BIOS password or authentication of fingerprint.
This key is only for entering DIAG mode. Not available to boot the computer.
If customer set "HDD Lock", the DIAG program cannot perform HDD test.
*This key is for service purpose only. Do not disclose this information to unrelated others.
1. Beginning of self-diagnosis test
1-1. Setting of content of setup
1. The power supply of the computer is turned on.
2. " F2 " is pushed on the screen of "Panasonic" while " press <F2 to enter Setup> " is displayed.
3. The setup utility starts and then takes notes of the content of the BIOS setup of present set.
4. " F9 " is pushed, " Yes" is selected on the screen of " Is the default value loaded? ", and " Enter"
is pushed.
5. " F10 " is pushed.
6. " Yes" is selected on the screen of the setup confirmation, and " Enter" is pushed.
7. The computer starts automatically.
Attention
・If the device which can be set is set to "Invalidity" by "Advanced" or "Security" menu, becomes an
error by "PC-Diagnostic utility".
(It is judged that the device which can be set to "Invalidity" by "Main" menu such as "Flat pad" is
normal if the controller operates normally though sets to "Invalidity" by the setup. )
・In the model with built-in DVD of the USB connection, even if DVD is normal, becomes an error if
legacy USB is set to "Invalidity"
1-2. When you execute an automatic test
1. "Ctrl" + "F7" is pushed while the "Panasonic" start screen is displayed after the computer is started.
2. The test of all devices begins automatically by "PC-Diagnostic utility" 's starting.
Attention
・It is a test which the customer who bought PC can execute. (As for HDD, the enhancing test is also
possible.)
・A flat pad does not work for a while after starting "PC-Diagnostic utility".
・The movement of a flat pad might become abnormal If after RAM begins from the CPU/System
test, a flat pad will be operated in about 30 seconds. In that case,restarts pushing"Alt" + "Ctrl" +
"Del" key. Or, please start "PC-Diagnostic utility" again after doing the power supply switch in the
slide, and turning off the power supply.
1-3. When you execute the enhancing test
1. Please let me discontinue diagnosing clicking
to end an automatic test.
2. Please click on the character of "D" "PC-Diagnostic utility" on the screen while pushing both of right
"Shift" and left "Shift" keys.
3. All devices which can select the enhancing test make the setting of the enhancing test possible.
4. The district device is made"FULL" display (enhancing test).
5. The test begins clicking
.
*Please refer to item 4 for the error result of each test and the division of the breakdown part.
7-1
2. Operation of PC-Diagnostic Utility
-Only the device which can be inspected on the entire screen is displayed.
-The item does not appear when the device of wireless LAN etc. is not physically connected.
-The movement of the item must use an arrow key or a flat pad.
-As for the device under the diagnosis, blue and yellow are alternately displayed at the left of the icon.
- The diagnosis result of the device greens at the left of the icon when it is normal, and becomes red when
abnormal.
-When the test of all devices ends, the test result is displayed under the right of the screen.
-Please click
while diagnosing when being stop on the way by the time the test of all devices ends.
-Please click
when you restart "PC-Diagnostic utility".
*Each device is tested from the beginning, and it is not possible to restart on the way.
-When the test of all devices ends, the test result is displayed under the right of the screen.
7-2
2-1. Selection of tested device
-To test only a specific device, "Test" and "Do not test" of each device can be selected.
-The device which can select the enhancing test changes in order of "The standard is tested" and "Do not
test" whenever the device icon is clicked.
Start the standard test
Please begin testing clicking
Do not test
if the selection of the tested device ends.
2-2. "PC-Diagnostic utility" End method
When
of "Close" on the right of the screen is clicked, the computer reactivates automatically. Or, the
power supply switch is done in the slide and the power supply is turned off.
2-3. The content of the setup is returned to the setting of the user
1. Turned on the computer.
2. "F2" is pushed on the screen while "Press<F2>to enter Setup" is displayed of "Panasonic".
3. Push "F10", and on the screen of "Is the change in the setting preserved and do end?"and then "Yes"
is selected, and "Enter" is pushed.
4. The computer reactivates automatically.
5. The end option is chosen by the start menu, and the power supply of the computer is turned off.
Standard at test time
All devices other than RAM and HDD ---------- about 1 minute
RAM standard test ----------------------------------- 1 - 2 minutes
HDD standard test ----------------------------------- 2 - 3 minutes
HDD enhancing test (60GB) ---------------------- about 40 minutes
Ex.The standard when the standard <all device> is tested becomes 1+2+3=6 minutes.
■ There is greatly a difference from RAM test when the memory is increased according to the performance
of the memory occasionally.
■ Moreover, when the main body of PC under the test is a high temperature, it occasionally takes time.
■ There is greatly a difference from HDD according to the performance of the drive occasionally.
7-3
3. Test Item and Division of trouble
Test item Stanard Enhancing
Content of standard test
Content of enhancing test
Place with possibility of breakdown
CPU /
SYSTEM
CPU is shifted to protected mode, and
"Violation of the paging", "Operation of
the violation of a privileged instruction",
and DMA, INT, TIMER, and the
RTC operation are confirmed.
CPU /
Main board
RAM
All memory space is tested in a special
memory access pattern based on
"R.S.T . technology".
Memory /
Mainboard
The record area frequently accessed
with Microsoft Windows XP to test in
about two minutes regardless of
points of HDD is emphatically tested.
HDD /
Mainboard /
Cable /
Connector
HDD
MODEM
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in the AC97 modem controller.
Wireless
LAN
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in the Wireless LAN modem controller.
All record area is tested.
MODEM/
Mainboard
Wireless LAN
board /
Connector /
Mainboard
Sound *5
*1
USB
*2
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in the USB controller.
It is confirmed not to find abnormalityin the wiring between
the USB controller and the
connector by confirming
the connection of the USB
equipment connected with the
USB connector.
It is confirmed not to find abnormalityin the wiring between
the controller and the
connector by connecting to
HUB with LAN cable.
Mainboard /
Connector
Mainboard /
Connector
LAN
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in the LAN controller.
PC Card
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in the CardBus controller.
Mainboard
SD
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in the SD controller.
Mainboard
Keyboard
Touch Pad
DVD-ROM
*3
It is confirmed not to find abnormality
in keyboard controller's keyboard interface.
The key is actually input, and
the operation is displayed on
the screen.
Mainboard /
Keyboard
*4
Whether keyboard controller's mouse
interface operates normally is confirmed.
The operation is actually displayed on the screen by operating the touch pad.
Mainboard /
Touch Pad
*6
The drive is normally reset, and it is
accessible is confirmed.
It is confirmed to be able to
read media normally.
7-4
Mainboard /
DVD Drive /
DVD Cable /
DVD Connector
Test Item
Standard Enhanced
Content of Standard Test
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the USB
connection of Touch Screen.
This test cannot find
abnormality of Touch Screen.
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the connection
of Main board and Bluetooth
module.
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the connection
of Main board and Wireless
WAN module.
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the legacy FD
drive.
This test cannot find
abnormality of mechanical
breakdown. (e.g.. Head, Motor)
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in access to
VRAM with VESA.
The PC which uses main
memory as VRAM may fail with
main memory failure.
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the connection
of Main board and GPS
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the IEEE1394
controller.
Touch Screen
Bluetooth
Wireless WAN
Floppy
Video
GPS
IEEE1394
Perform Touch Screen
functionality practically.
Operator has to judge
PASS/FAIL with test result.
Smart Card
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the Smart Card
controller.
Serial Port
*7
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality of Super I/O
UART function.
This test cannot find lack of
wiring between Super I/O and
Serial Connector.
*8
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality of Super I/O
parallel function.
This test cannot find lack of
wiring between Super I/O and
Parallel Connector.
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
The place with possibility of
breakdown
Main board/
Touch Screen
Bluetooth cable
WWAN cable
FD Drive/
Main board (Super I/O)/
FDD cable
FDD connector
Main board
(Chipset, Graphic
Controller)/
Memory
GPS cable
Main board
(IEEE#394 Controller)
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the wiring
between Chipset and Express
Card.
Express Card
Parallel Port
Content of Extend Test
Main board (Chipset)/
Express Card Connector
Main board
(Smart Card Controller)
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the wiring
between Super I/O and Serial
Connector.
This test cannot find failure of
cable characteristic and device
problems.
It is confirmed not to find
abnormality in the wiring
between Super I/O and
Parallel Connector.
This test cannot find failure of
cable characteristic and device
problems.
Main board (Super I/O)/
Serial Connector
Main board (Super I/O)/
Parallel Connector
Please connect the USB device with the port (USB connector) which wants to test before the tests.
Please connect LAN port with LAN HUB with LAN cable before the tests.
The operator actually inputs the key, and the operator judges PASS/FAIL of the test.
The operator actually operates the mouse, and the operator judges PASS/FAIL of the test.
It is not abnormal though the sound is emitted from the speaker while testing.
When the test result is PASS, trouble is thought by not hearing of the sound under the test from
the speaker and the headphone by the wiring of the audio output system.
*6 Please set DVD/CD media in the drive before the tests.
*7 Please set a Special Loop Back Connector Tool at serial connector for Enhanced Test.
(This Connector Tool is same as the one used before.)
*8 Please set a Special Loop Back Connector Tool at parallel connector for Enhanced Test.
(This Connector Tools is same as the one used before.)
7-5
8 Wiring Connection Diagram
USB USB
PORT PORT
CN100
CN102
EXPANSION
BUS
EXTERNAL
DISPLAY PORT
CN705
CN101
CN701
SERIAL
PORT
CN703
CN700
CN702
JK701
I/O PCB
USB PCB
USB
PORT
HEAD MICRO
PHONE PHONE
JK700
CN103
BACK LIGHT
TOUCH SCREEN
INVERTER PCB
LCD
W-LAN
MODULE
CN201
TS PCB
CN1
CN200
SUB MAIN
ANT ANT
DC-IN
JK1
EXPRESS
CARD
CN37
LAN PORT
BT PCB
CN2
CN27
CN3
CN1
CN17
CN21
CN11
CN20
MP PCB
DIMM MEMORY CARD
CN400
JK1
MAIN PCB
CN22
RTC
BATTERY
CN12
CN402
CN1
GPS PCB
SPEAKER
CN13
CN15
CN401
CN19
CN6
CN10
CN5
COMBO
DRIVE
CN28
CN14
CN4
CN8
CN24
PCMCIA
CARD
CN29
CN18
CN9
CN7
CN30
IEEE1394
INTERFACE
CONNECTOR
CN31
CN301
CN300
KEYBOARD
PAD PCB
CN802
CN801
CN800
J1
MDC
MODEM
LED PCB
MAIN
BATTERY
HDD
TOUCH
PAD
CN901
MODEM
PORT
J2
CN1
CN2
CN204
HDD FPC
BATTERY
EXT
ANT
PCB
WHIP
ANT
CN3 CN4
CN1 CN2
CN5 CN6
ANT SW PCB
8-1
CN201
DOCKING
PCB
PW LED SW LED
PCB
PCB
SD
CARD
CN26
CN25
9 Disassembly/Reassembly
Note:
Power off the computer. Do not shut down to the Suspend or hibernation mode.
Do not add peripherals while the computer is in the Suspend or hibernation mode; abnormal operation may result.
9.1.
9.1.1.
Disassembly Instructions
9.1.2.
Preparation
Removing the Battery Pack and
HDD Pack
Before disassembling, be sure to make the following preparations.
• Shut down Windows and turn off the power.
• Disconnect the AC adaptor.
• Remove the optional DIMM memory card and PCMCIA card
if they are connected.
• Remove other devices if they are connected.
Attention:
• Please execute writing BIOS ID when you exchange the
Main Board.
• Parts (Sheet and rubber) etc. related various the Conductive
Cloth and Heat Spreader cannot be recycled. Use new parts.
Battery
Cover
HDD Cover
Battery Pack
HDD Pack
1.
2.
3.
4.
9-1
Open the Battery Cover.
Remove the Battery Pack.
Open the HDD Cover.
Remove the HDD Pack.
9.1.3.
Removing the HDD
<K1-17>
<K1-17>
9.1.4.
HDD U Case Ass’y
HDD FPC
Removing the KB Cover, Hinge
Cover L, Hinge Cover R and Keyboard
<N6>
<N6>
Bluetooth PCB
<N6>
HDD
SATA Guard
<N6>
<N6>
<K1-16>
Heater Ins Sheet
<N6>
<N2>
Hinge Cover L
<N6>
Sheet
KB Cover
HDD
Damper
Ass’y
<N6>
<N2>
Hinge
Cover R
Heater
HDD L
Case Ass’y
1. Remove the Screw. <K1-16>
2. Remove the 4 Screws. <K1-17>
And remove the SATA Guard.
3. Release the 2 Tabs, and remove the HDD U Case Ass'y
and the HDD L Case Ass'y.
4. Remove the HDD Dumper Ass'y.
5. Remove the Sheet.
6. Remove the Heater and the Heater Ins Sheet.
7. Remove the HDD FPC.
Keyboard
1. Remove the 4 Screws <N6>, and remove the KB Cover.
2. Remove the 2 Screws <N2> and the 3 Screws <N6>, and
remove the Hinge Cover L,R.
3. Remove the Keyboard.
Screws <K1-16>: DFHE5025XA
Screws <K1-17>: DRQT2+E8FKL
Screws <N2>: DRHM5054XA
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
9-2
9.1.5.
Removing the KB Cable Cover and
LCD Cable Cover
<N29>
to Connector
(CN14)
<N29>
<N29>
<N29>
to Connector
(CN13)
9.1.6.
Removing the GPS PCB , Bluetooth
PCB and W-LAN Module
<N12>
<N29>
<N29>
<N12>
<N12> GPS BT Angle
<N29>
KB Cable Cover
<N12>
<N29>
GPS PCB
<N29>
Bluetooth
PCB
<N29>
<N11>
<N11>
LCD
Cable Cover
Keyboard
Connector(CN25)
to Connector
(CN25)
Connector
(CN14)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connector
(CN13)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the 3 Screws <N29>.
Remove the LCD Cable Cover.
Remove the 7 Screws <N29>.
Remove the KB Cable Cover.
Disconnect the 2 Cable from the 2 Connectors (CN13,
CN14).
6. Remove the Keyboard.
Disconnect the Cable from the Connector. (CN25)
Remove the 4 Screws. <N12>
Remove the 2 Screws. <N11>
Remove the Bluetooth PCB, GPS BT Angle and GPS
PCB.
Antenna Cable(white)
<N11>
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
Antenna Cable(black)
W-LAN
Module
<N11>
5. Disconnect the 2 Antenna Cables.(White/Black)
6. Remove the 2 Screws. <N11>
7. Remove the W-LAN Module
Screws <N11>: DFHE5025XA
Screws <N12>: DXQT2+F3FNL
9-3
9.1.7.
Removing the DIMM Cover and Bottom Cover
<N1>
9.1.8.
Removing the USB PCB and
Antenna PCB
Tape
<N1> <N1> <N1>
Connector
(CN100)
DIMM Cover
<N6>
USB PCB
<N1>
<N6>
<N6>
Antenna PCB
DIMM Stopper
Base
Connector Cover
DIMM Heat
Plate
Antenna Cable
(Black)
DIMM Memory
Card
<N6>
<N8> <N6>
<N3>
<N8>
<N8>
<N6>
<N6>
<N6>
<N3>
<N6>
<N6>
<N8>
<N8>
<N6>
<N6>
<N6>
<N6>
<N6>
Bottom Cover
<N6>
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
<N8>
Remove the Screw. <N6>
Disconnect the Cable from the Connector. (CN100)
Remove the Tape.
Remove the USB PCB.
Open the Connector Cover.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N3>
Remove the Black Cable and remove the Antenna PCB.
Screws <N3>: DRQT2+G6FKL
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Remove the 5 Screws. <N1>
Remove the DIMM Cover.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N6>
Remove the DIMM Stopper Base.
Remove the DIMM Heat Plate.
Remove the DIMM memory card.
Remove the 6 Screws. <N8>
Remove the 13 Screws. <N6>
Remove the Bottom Cover.
Screws <N1>: DRHM0002ZA
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Screws <N8>: DRSB3+8FKL
9-4
9.1.9.
Removing the FPC HDD BAT
FPC HDD BAT
9.1.10. Removing the PAD PCB
to Connector (CN8)
to Connector (CN7)
<N16>
TP PCB Screw Sheet
<N29>
<N29>
HDD Cable Cover
Pad Protect
Sheet
Connector
(CN8)
Tape
to Connector (CN800)
Antenna Cable
Sheet
<N29>
Tape
<N29>
<N29>
Connector
(CN801)
to Connector
(CN26)
Connector
(CN10)
Connector
(CN26)
Pad PCB
Connector
(CN802)
Tape
Connector
(CN7)
Pad PCB
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Connector
(CN9)
1. Remove the Tape and disconnect the Cable from the
Connector. (CN801)
2. Disconnect the Cable from the Connector. (CN802)
3. Remove the TP PCB Screw Sheet.
4. Remove the 2 Screws. <N29>
5. Remove the PAD PCB.
Connector
(CN800)
Remove the 3 Screws. <N29>
Remove the HDD Cable Cover.
Remove the Antenna Cable Sheet.
Remove the 2 Tapes.
Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN10,CN26)
Remove the Tape.
Disconnect the Cable from the Connector. (CN9)
Remove the Pad Protect Sheet.
Disconnect the Cable from the Connector. (CN800)
Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN7,CN8)
Remove the Screw. <N16>
Remove the FPC HDD BATT.
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
9.1.11.
Removing the Main PCB
TOP Screw Sheet
<N7>
TOP WP Washer
Connector
(CN17)
Connector
(CN27)
Screws <N16>: DRQT26+E5FKL
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
1.
2.
3.
4.
9-5
Remove the TOP Screw Sheet.
Remove the Screw. <N7>
Remove the TOP WP Washer.
Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN17,CN27)
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
<N18>
<N16>
<N16> to Connector(CN700)
to Connector(CN701)
<N16>
<N16>
<N16> <N16>
Connector
(CN700)
Remove the 2 Screws. <N6>
Remove the 2 Screws. <N21>
Remove the MP Guide.
Remove the MP PCB.
Remove the Coin Battery Cushion.
Disconnect the Cable from the Connector. (CN19)
Remove the Coin Battery.
Remove the Tape.
Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN4,CN11)
Main Chasis
Connector
(CN31)
Modem
Cable Sheet
<N32>
<N32> Tape
<N32>
<N32>
Connector
(CN701)
Pet Tape
<N6>
<N32>
<N32>
<N32>
<N11> <N11>
<N32>
MDC
Connector
(J2)
Modem
LAN
Case
Modem
Cable
<N6>
5. Remove the 6 Screws. <N16>
6. Remove the Screw. <N18>
7. Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN700,CN701)
8. Remove the Pet Tape and disconnect the Cable from the
Connector. (CN31)
9. Remove the Main chasis.
Coin Battery
Cushion
Tape
Connector
(CN400)
Connector
(CN401)
<N21>
<N32>
<N32>
1394 Sheet
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
<N21>
MP Guide
Coin Battery
MP PCB
Connector
(CN4)
<N11>
<N6>
<N6>
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
Remove the 2 Modem Cable Sheets.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N32>
Remove the Modem LAN Case.
Remove the 1394 Sheet.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N11>
Remove the Tape.
Disconnect the Cable from the Connector (J2) and
remove the MDC.
Remove the Modem Cable.
Remove the 8 Screws. <N32>
Remove the 2 Screws. <N6>
Remove the Screw. <N11>
Remove the Main PCB.
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Screws <N7>: DRSB26+10HKL
Screws <N11>: DFHE5025XA
Screws <N16>: DRQT26+E5FKL
Screws <N18>: DRSB26+8FKL
Screws <N21>: DXQT2+E12FNL
Connector
(CN11)
Connector
(CN19)
10. Remove the Tape.
11. Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN400,CN401)
9-6
9.1.12. Removing the SD PCB, Express
Card and PCMCIA Card
<N22>
<N22>
<N22>
<N22>
9.1.13. Removing the I/O PCB
<N22>
I/O PCB
Connector
(CN701)
<N22>
Connector
(CN700)
<N22>
Connector Cover
<N22>
Express Card
<N30>
<N15>
<N14>
<N15>
<N15>
<N30>
<N14>
<N14>
<N6>
PCMCIA Card
<N6>
<N14>
SD PCB
LID
Cover
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
1.
1.
1.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N6>
Remove the SD PCB.
Remove the 4 Screws. <N22>
Remove the Express Card.
Remove the 4 Screws. <N22>
Remove the PCMCIA Card.
Open the Connector Cover and Lid Cover.
Remove the 3 Screws <N14> and the 2 Screws <N30>.
Remove the 4 Screws. <N15>
Remove the I/O PCB.
Screws <N14>: DFHE5058ZB
Screws <N15>: DRHM5104ZA
Screws <N30>: DXHM0057ZA
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Screws <N22>: DXQT2+G4FNL
9-7
9.1.14. Removing the Palm Top Cover
Sheet, Palm Top Cover, Touch Pad
Adhesion Seat, Touch Pad, Touch
Pad SW Knob, LED PCB and SW
LED PCB
9.1.15. Removing the Handle and Power
SW
<K2-41>
Handle
Base L
Handle
Base R
<K2-41>
Palm Top Cover Sheet
Handle
<N29>
<N29>
<N29>
<N29>
<N29>
Palm Top Cover
WM SW
Touch Pad Adhesion Seat
PW LED Sheet
<K2-42>
Touch Pad
<K2-42>
PW LED
PCB
LED
PCB
Touch Pad SW Knob
Power
SW
1. Remove the 2 Screws <K2-41>, and remove the Handle
Base L and R.
2. Remove the Handle.
3. Remove the 2 Screws. <K2-42>
4. Remove the WM SW and Power SW.
SW LED
PCB
Touch Pad
SW Knob In
Screws <K2-41>: DRSN4+6FKLT
Screws <K2-42>: DXQT26+D4NLT
Hole 1
Hole 2
1. Remove the Palm Top Cover sheet.
2. Remove the 5 Screws <N29>, and remove the Palm Top
Cover.
3. Remove the Touch Pad Adhesion seat.
4. Remove the Touch Pad.
5. Remove the Touch Pad SW knob and Touch Pad SW
Knob in.
6. Remove the LED PCB.
7. Remove the PW LED Sheet.
8. Remove the Screw <K2-42>, and remove the SW LCD
PCB.
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
Screws <K2-42>: DXQT26+D4NLT
9-8
9.1.16. Removing the Display Unit
9.1.17. Removing the LCD Rear Cabinet,
Hinge L and R and W-RDY ANT Unit
Display Unit
LCD Corner
Side Cover L
<N7>
<N7>
<N9>
<N7>
<N9>
<N9>
Rear Cable
Sheet L
<N13>
Rear Cable
Sheet R
<N7>
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
<N7>
<N7>
<N7>
<N7>
<N9>
<N13>
LCD Corner
Cover L
<N7>
W-RDY
ANT Unit
Antenna
Element
<N10>
LCD Rear
Cabinet
<N7>
<N7> <N7>
Cable Tape
LCD Corner
Cover R
LCD Latch
<N10>
<K9-1-4>
LCD Corner
Side Cover R
Hinge L
<K9-1-4>
Hinge R
LCD Front Cabinet
1. Remove the 2 Screws <N10> and the 4 Screws <N9>.
2. Remove the Display Unit.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Screws <N9>: DRYN4+J10FKL
Screws <N10>: DXSB4+15FNLB
Remove the 12 Screws <N7> and 2 Screws. <N13>
Remove the LCD Corner Cover L / R.
Remove the LCD Coner Side Cover L / R.
Remove the Rear Cable Sheet L / R and 2 Cable Tape.
Remove the 3 Screws. <N2>
Remove the W-RDY ANT Unit.
Remove the LCD Rear Cabinet.
Remove the LCD Latch.
Remove the 2 Screws. <K9-1-4>
Remove the Hinge L and R.
Screws <N2>: DRHM5054XA
Screws <N7>: DRSB26+10HKL
Screws <N13>: DRSB4+10FKL
Screws <K9-1-4>: DRYN4+J10KLT
9-9
9.1.18. Removing the Inverter PCB, TS
PCB and LCD Unit
9.1.19. Removing the Antenna PCB L and
R
C
LCD Rear Cabinet Ass’y
LCD Drop Holder
W-LAN ANT Cover L
Antenna PCB L
Connector
(CN201)
TS PCB
Connector
(CN200)
A
B
LCD Drop
Holder
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
Inverter PCB
LCD Unit
<N6>
<N2>
Antenna PCB R
W-LAN ANT Cover R
C
B <N6>
1.
2.
3.
4.
A
Remove the 4 Screws <N2>.
Remove the W-LAN ANT Cover L and R.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N2>
Remove the Antenna PCB L and R.
Screws <N2>: DRHM5054XA
LCD Front Cabinet
to Connector
(CN200)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the 2 Screws. <N6>
Disconnect the 3 Cables from the 3 Connectors.
Remove the Inverter.
Disconnect the 2 Cables from the 2 Connectors.
(CN200,CN201)
5. Remove the TS PCB.
6. Remove the 2 Drop Holders.
7. Remove the LCD Unit.
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
9-10
9.2.
Reassembly Instructions
9.2.1.
Attention when CF-30 series is repaired
• Please execute writing BIOS ID when you exchange the Main Board.
• Parts (Sheet and rubber) etc. related various the Conductive Cloth and Heat Spreader cannot be recycled. Use new parts.
9.2.2.
Setting the Antenna PCB L and R
1. Set the Antenna PCB L and R using the 2 Screws <N2>.
2. Fix the W-LAN ANT Cover L and R using the 4 Screws
<N2> (No1 to No2).
LCD Rear Cabinet Ass’y
W-LAN ANT Cover L
Antenna PCB L
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
Screws <N2>: DRHM5054XA
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
<N2>
Antenna PCB R
W-LAN ANT Cover R
■ Arranging the Antenna L and R Cables
Torque of tightening screw :0.45– 0.05N•m(
4.5 – 0.5kgf•cm)
Insert the cable between the pins.
Safety Working
Insert the cable between the pins.
X
X
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
LCD Rear ASS’Y
Put it along the inside of boss on X part
X
S2
Do not pinch the cable
out of the cabinet
X
Rear Cable Sheet L
Coming off the tape
is arrowed
X
S2
Do not pinch the cable
out of the cabinet
Rear Cable Sheet R
Attach it fitting
to the corner
X
Cable color : Gray
Rear Screw Sheet
X
Cable color : Black
X
Match it to the protrusion
side and attach it between
the bosses.
Tighten the screw
Place the anntena main
Match it to the concave
side and attach it between
the bosses.
Do not pinch the cable
Tape
S2 out of the cabinet
Place the anntena sub Tighten the screw
9-11
9.2.3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Setting the Inverter PCB, TS PCB and LCD Unit
Set the LCD Unit to the LCD Front Cabinet in order.
Attach the 2 drop holders.
Connect the Cable to the Connector. (CN200,CN201)
Connect the 3 Cables to the 3 Connectors.
Fix the Inverter PCB using the 2 Screws <N6>
(No1 to No2).
C
LCD Drop Holder
Connector
(CN201)
TS PCB
Connector
(CN200)
A
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
B
LCD Drop
Holder
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Inverter PCB
LCD Unit
No.1
<N6>
C
No.2
B <N6>
A
LCD Front Cabinet
to Connector
(CN200)
■ Preparation of Inverter
Prepare INV Shield Case
INV Shield and INV Shield Case
Check the
product number. Case
Outside for Assysite.
N0GF1J000009
N0GF1J000009
(Non T/S model)
INV Shield Case Outside
S4
㪥㪇㪞㪝㪉㪡㪇㪇㪇㪇㪇㪊
Wrap 2 INV Shield Tapes around INV Shield
Case and attach.
Ensure that INV Shield Tape does not run over
the edge of INV Shield Case.
INV PCB
Check the
product number.
N0GF2J000003
Board attachment
INV Shield Case Set
S4
<INV Shield Tape's Attachment Guide>
Protrusion by wrinkles, etc. = 0.2 or less
Air Bubble = 1 cm2 or less / 1 bubble size
INV Shield Tape Attach.
INV Case
Set and attach.
Attach it putting the protrusion mark next to the caution label.
<Notes>
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20 to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
2. When handling INV PCB, do not bend or add an impact.
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Match the board edge and the case edge.
Misalignment: 0.5mm or less
9-12
■ Preparations LCD Cable
Fit to the Moran edge and avoid running over.
The Cables should not be overlapped.
Put the pin side to the upper side.
Put the Connector bottom
in the rib on the jig.
PET tapeWrap
LCD cable Connect
Attach the sheet matching
to the upper right.
LCD CABLE
WP SHEET
Attach.
Finish
Set the LCD signal
Cable on the
left guidegroove.
Remove the left Release Paper,
Set the 13-conductor Cable and attach it putting 13-conductor
on the center guide groove. Cable inside.
Set the 6-conductor
Cable on the
right guide groove.
Pass it under the
13-conductor Cable
and attach it.
Remove the Release Paper
and set the Cable on it.
Leave the left Release Paper
without removing.
Non T/S model only
(19)
From the sheet end
24mm㫧2
Bundle all the
LCD Cables.
PET tapeWrap
■ Assembly of LCD Unit
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
Confirm that the LCD
Cushion is not wrapped.
LCD Drop Holder Insertion
Attach the Inverter MIL Shierd
LCD Front Ass’y
Match to the LCD
edge and attach it.
Clearance : 2 mm or less
LCD Drop Holder Insertion
0
0.5mm
9-13
<Notes>
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20 ~ 30N (2 ~ 3Kgf)/cm2
TS Controller Attach.
1. Insert the TS Flex into the TS Controller, and attach the tape.
2. Remove the Release Paper A and attach the TS Controller.
(Do not float the sheet and apply the load on the LCD.
3. Remove the Release Paper B and attach it on the TS Controller.
4. Remove the Release Paper C and attach it on the LCD.
Flex Stiffening
Plate Edge
0䌾2
Release Paper B
Insert the TS Flex.
Release Paper A
Tape Attach.
Release Paper C
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20 to 30N (2 to
3Kgf)/cm2
2. Reusing the attaching parts is impossible.
3䇮Torque of Screw 㽵=0.45㫧0.05N䊶m(㻍4.50㫧0.5kgf䊶cm)
CAUTION
Fix with Screws in order of the rear number of No.
Ex.) Fix in order of Ԛ-1 to Ԛ-2.
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Put the side of the socket pin up Tape Attach.
and insert it into the CN of LCD.
10㫧䋱
TOP CASE
SHEET-3Attach.
S2
Insert
the CN.
TOP CASE
SHEET-1Attach.
Avoid catching the Cable in the Cabinet
㩷
Match to the slotted
hole edge. 㫧2
Insert the CN (blue).
SCREW-1
Tighten
5㫧2
0㫧2
Insert the CN (red).
SCREW-2
Tighten
Avoid catching the
Cable in the Cabinet
CABLE TAPE-2Attach.
Care for tape floating
0㫧2
S2
0㫧2 8㫧2
INV-PWB
A'ssy Set
Avoid loosening when
processing the INV Cable.
(Avoid catching the Cable
in the Cabinet.)
Insert
the CN.
㪈㪉㫧㪉
㪇㪂㪉
S2
CABLE TAPE-1Attach.
࡮Vertical Direction: Match to the heater edge. 0㫧2
࡮Vertical Direction: Match to the damper
S2
sheet edge.
Tolerance: r2
Process the Cable after bending it.
Avoid catching the Cable in the Cabinet
Avoid catching the Cable in the Cabinet
Connect the LCD Cable. Insert the rubber
groove into the
㪇䌾㪈 Cabinet rib firmly.
S2
0㫧1 Process the wire to avoid
running over the INV shield case.
TOP CASE SHEET-2Attach.
࡮Vertical Direction: Match to the edge
of INV MILL SHIELD
࡮Lateral Direction: Match to the left edge
of Connector.
Tolerance: r2
TOP CASE
SHEET-4Attach.
Insert
the CN.
S2
LCD cable BUSH Set
Along the bottom of Connector
9-14
Match the end.
Insert
the CN.
Avoid catching.
■ Assembly of LCD Unit (Only the model who doesn't have T/S)
LCD drop holder Insert
<Notes>
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20 to 30N (2 to
3Kgf)/cm2
2. Reusing the attaching parts is impossible.
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
CAUTION
Fix with Screws in order of the rear number of No.
Ex.) Fix in order of Screw-1 to Screw-2.
Torque of tightening Screw :0.45 ± 0.02N·m(Ṑ4.5 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
Put the side of the socket pin up
and insert it into the CN of LCD.
Connect the LCD Cable.
0~1
3~5
Tape-2 Attach.
2~4
Insert the CN.
Screw Set
NEW GPS
Sheet
Fix the Connector.. Attach.
Top Case
Sheet-1 Attach.
71~73
0~2
Opalescent Screws
outer shape line
0±1
4~6
62~63
5~7
7~9
Do not allow the tape to run over the LCD reflection plate.
59~61
Top Case
Sheet-5 Attach.
Top Case
Sheet-4 Attach.
4~6
Top Case
Sheet-3 Attach.
Top Case Sheet-2 Attach.
Confirm the Cable is separated(3 mm or more).
Confirm the sub material tape is wrapped.
0~1
0~1
2~4
6~8
41~43
Avoid catching.
Insert the CN.
Avoid catching of
the INV Cable.
LCD cable
BUSH Set
Screw-1
Screw-2
Tighten
Tighten
Tape-1 Attach.
Set LCD cable Bush
into the rib firmly.
Process the Cable from the
inverter to the bottom side.
Process the LCD Cable on it.
S2
Avoid catching the
Cable in the Cabinet
9-15
16~18
Ensure the Cable does not run over the inverter.
S2
Avoid catching the Cable in the Cabinet
9.2.4.
Setting the LCD Rear Cabinet, Hinge L and R and W-RDY ANT Unit
1. Fix the Hinge L and R using the 2 Screws <K9-1-4>.
2. Set the LCD Latch.
3. Fix the W-RDY ANT Unit using the 3 Screws <N2>
(No1 to No3).
4. Attach the Rear Cable Sheet L / R and 2 Cable Tape.
5. Attach the LCD Corner Side Cover L / R.
6. Attach the LCD Corner Cover L / R.
7. Fix the LCD Rear Cabinet, LCD Corner Side Cover L / R
and LCD Corner Cover L / R using the 12 Screws <N7>
(No1 to No 12) and 2 Screws <N13> (No1 to No2).
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No3).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No12).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
LCD Corner
No.2
Side Cover L
Rear Cable
No.9 <N13>
Sheet L
No.2 <N7>
<N7>
Rear Cable
No.8
Sheet R
No.5 <N7>
No.12
No.3
<N7>
<N7>
No.11
No.3
No.2<N2>
<N7>
<N7>
No.1<N2>
Rear
<N2>
No.10 LCD
<N7> Cabinet
No.1
<N13>
LCD Corner
No.7
Cover L
<N7>
W-RDY
No.1
ANT Unit
<N7>
Antenna
No.4 No.6
Element
<N7> <N7>
Cable Tape
Screws <N2>: DRHM5054XA
Screws <N7>: DRSB26+10HKL
Screws <N13>: DRSB4+10FKL
Screws <K9-1-4>: DRYN4+J10KLT
LCD Corner
Cover R
LCD Latch
<K9-1-4>
LCD Corner
Side Cover R
Hinge L
<K9-1-4>
Hinge R
LCD Front Cabinet
■ Assembly WHIP ANT ASS’Y
Torque of Screw 㽳䇮㽴䇮=0.45㫧0.05N䊶m(㻍4.5㫧0.5kgf䊶cm)
Process the WHIP ANT Cable
to the upper part.
REAR CABLE SHEET L Attach.
Insert W-ANT CORNER COVER
without rattling or loosening.
WATERPROOF
SHEET RAttach
SCREW
-3Tighten
SCREW
-2Tighten
ANTENNA
ELEMENT
Tighten
W-ANT CORNER
COVER Attach
SCREW
-1Tighten
Use the fixing jig.
ANT UNIT
W-RDY Attach
SCREW-1Tighten
Process the ANT Cable along the groove.
Place it on the left of the black Cable.
SCREW-2Tighten
9-16
9.2.5.
Setting the Display Unit
1. Fix the Display Unit using the 4 Screws <N9>
(No1 to No4).
2. Fix the Display Unit using the 2 Screws <N10>
(No1 to No2).
Display Unit
No.1
<N9>
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
No.4
<N9>
Screws <N9>: DRYN4+J10FKL
Screws <N10>: DXSB4+15FNLB
No.3
<N9>
No.2
<N9>
No.1
<N10>
<N10>
No.2
■ Connection of LCD Cables
The moran must come over
the upper horizontal part of the rib.
The Cables should not
be overlapped.
LCD CABLE GUIDE Set
SEC A-A
LCD CABLE GUIDE
Arranging position
(See the left picture.)
Put LCD CABLE GUIDE on
the concave area of the top
Cabinet after attaching the Cables.
(The Cables are omitted in the picture below.)
㪘
Insert the LCD Cable into the
holding hole of the LCD Cable clamp.
9-17
A
9.2.6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Setting the Handle and Power SW
Set the WM SW using the 2 Screws <K2-42>
Set the Power SW.
Set the Handle.
Fix the Handle Base L / R using the 2 Screws <K2-41>
<K2-41>
Handle
Base L
Handle
Base R
Screws <K2-41>: DRSN4+6FKLT
Screws <K2-42>: DXQT26+D4NLT
<K2-41>
Handle
WM SW
<K2-42>
Power
SW
9-18
9.2.7.
Setting the Palm Top Cover Sheet, Palm Top Cover, Touch Pad Adhesion Seat,
Touch Pad SW Knob, LED PCB And SW LED PCB
1. Set the SW LED PCB.
2. Attach the Power LED Packing Sheet to the LED Spacer
Sheet.
3. Attach the LEDX6 Spacer Sheet on the SW LED PCB.
4. Fix the SW LED PCB using the Screw <K2-42>.
5. Attach the PW LED Sheet.
6. Pass the Cable of LED PCB through the hole 1 on the
Top Cabinet, then set the LED PCB.
7. Attach the LES Spacer Sheet on the LED PCB.
8. Set the touch Pad SW Knob In and Touch Pad SW Knob
9. Attach the TP Bottom Tape to the Touch Pad.
10. Pass the Cables of the Touch Pad through the hole 2 on
the Top Cabinet, set the touch Pad.
11. Attach the Touch Pad Adhesion Seat.
12. Fix the Palm Top Cover using the 5 Screws <N29>
(No1 to No5).
13. Attach the Palm Top Cover Sheet.
Palm Top Cover Sheet
No.2
<N29>
No.5
<N29>
No.4
No.1
<N29>
<N29>
No.3
<N29>
Palm Top Cover
Touch Pad Adhesion Seat
PW LED Sheet
Touch Pad
<K2-42>
PW LED
PCB
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No5).
LED
PCB
Screws <K2-42>: DRQT26+D4NLT
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
Touch Pad SW Knob
SW LED
PCB
Touch Pad
SW Knob In
Hole 1
Hole 2
■ Preparation of SW LED FPC
0.5
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
0.5
Attach the Tape
Use a pinset.
Attach it not to overlap the SW leg.
1 1
Flex Notch Standard 0
1
White Full Line : Mountain Fold
White Dotted Line : Valley Fold
Attach the Sheet
SW-LED FPC Ass’y
9-19
■ Assembly of Power SW
CAUTION
Connection Direction
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N ~ 30N (2 ~ 3Kgf)/cm2
Top
Attach the Battery Cushion
Bottom
Battery Pack Insertion Slot
Cable Power
Connection
12
CAB Wall
2
Connection Direction
3
25
5
2
Attach the Battery Slide Sheet
(on Battery Cushion)
Tighten of Screw
S4
Power SW LED
Panel is set
Safety Working
Attach the TP
FPC Tape
FPC Power SW is set
Avoid air leaking into it.
Avoid coming off 4 corners.
Match the Cabinet slit
and the tape slit.
Do not run the Cabinet
edge out of the tape slit.
Fit to the line.
10
Ensure the upper and lower Flex holes match.
1
Attach the DC Gasket
■ Assembly of Palm Top Cover
Using the pressure jig, Ensure the
loads are applied equally.
Make sure the adhesive materials
are attached closely on the whole
side.
Process the speaker lead wire not to
put inside when applying the load.
Order of fixing
A
Screw
Screw
Attach the Pad
Screw
B
Ensure that the PAD and the button neck
are attached with adhesive firmly.
Avoid running over the protrusion attached
to the protrusion side of the upper Cabinet.
Screw
Screw
Insert FPC into the hole
of upper cabinet.
Touch Pad SW Knob
Rubber is set
Note: Separation
Touch Pad SW Knob
In is set
Tighten of
Screw
Tighten of
Screw
Notes for Separation
Attach the TP
Bottom Tape
Palm Top Cover
is set
Do not come over
the Pad edge.
Do not attach the
oil on both sides.
Avoid running over!
Put to the arrow direction
and attach it.
Protrusion
Attach the
PWB 6LED
Attach the Pad WP Sheet
Attach within the range of the
upper Cabinet concave.
Put to the left and set.
LEDX6 Spacer
Sheet is set
Insert FFC into the hole
of upper cabinet.
Notes:
After attaching, trace around TP,
SW and circumference with finger.
FFC 6LED is set
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
9-20
Tighten of
Screw
Tighten of
Screw
Tighten of
Screw
9.2.8.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Setting the I/O PCB
Open the Connector Cover and Lid Cover.
Fix the I/O PCB using the 3 Screws <N15> (No1 to No3).
Fix the I/O PCB using the 4 Screws <N14> (No1 to No4).
Fix the I/O PCB using the 2 Screws <N30> (No1 to No2).
I/O PCB
Connector
(CN701)
Connector
(CN700)
Connector Cover
No.1
No.2
<N15> No.2 <N30>
No.1
<N14>
No.3<N15>
No.2
<N15>
No.4
<N30>
<N14>
No.3
<N14>
No.1
<N14>
LID
Cover
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No3).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
Screws <N14>: DFHE5058ZB
Screws <N15>; DRHM5104ZA
Screws <N30>; DXHM0057ZA
■ Assembly of I/O SUB PCB
<Notes>
1.Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20䱊30䰚䯴2䱊3Kgf䯵/cm2
Reusing the attaching parts is impossible
Torque of tightening screw :0.19 ± 0.02N·m(Ṑ1.9 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
CAUTION
S1
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Insulation with a chassis
IO PCB Sheet Substrate end face adjustment
Less than 0.5mm of difference
Paste
I/O㩷SUB PCB
Tighten Screw
9-21
9.2.9.
Setting the SD PCB, Express Card
and PCMCIA Card
No.1
<N22>
No.2
<N22>
1. Fix the PCMCIA Card using the 4 Screws <N22>
(No1 to No4).
2. Fix the Express Card using the 4 Screws <N22>
(No1 to No4).
3. Fix the SD PCB using the 2 Screws <N5> (No1 to No2).
No.3
No.2
<N22> No.4
<N22>
<N22>
No.4
No.1
<N22>
<N22>
No.3
<N22>
Express Card
No.2
<N6>
PCMCIA Card
No.1
<N6>
SD PCB
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Screws <N22>: DXQT2+G4FNL
■ Preparation of PCMCIA Card Connecter
<Notes>
1.Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20䱊30䰚䯴2䱊3Kgf䯵/cm2
Reusing the attaching parts is impossible
/CVEJVQVJG
'PFHCEG
PCMCIA Card
CAUTION
CN Plate
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
The end of metal
fittings is mixed
with a bend.
$QPFGFUWTHCEG
CN Tape L
1±1
S1
Paste
The fact which
doesn't paste out of
metal fittings (tape)
Sheet 0㨪+1
CN Sheet
㪪㪿㪼㪼㫋㫄㪼㫋㪸㫃㩷㫇㪸㫉㫋㩷㫀㫅㫊㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅
CN Tape S
CN Tape S
It's stuck on according to the interior angle of the metal fittings.
I bend and stick on together
with a part.
CN Sheet
After bend and keep,
released paper is peeled
off and CN sheet
is paste.
CN Plate
CN Sheet (Dotted line)
CN Tape L
Don't peel off released
paper in an underside.
CN Tape L
The surrounding tape
and a seat are stuck on.
After bend and keep,
released paper is peeled
off and CN sheet is paste.
CN Sheet
Completion
9-22
࡮The adhesion which is oil in metal fittings and
‫ޓ‬the thing which is sticking in the clean state.
࡮The thing by which a double-stick tape is
‫ޓ‬sticking in applied pressure 30N/cm2.
9.2.10. Setting the Main PCB
1. Fix the Main PCB using the 8 Screws <N32> (No1 to
No8), Screw <N6> (No1 to No2) and Screw <N11>.
2. Set the Modem Cable.
3. Connect the Cable to the Connector (J2) and fix the
MDC.
4. Attach the Tape.
5. Attach the 1394 Sheet.
6. Fix the MDC using the 2 Screws <N11> (No1 to No2).
7. Fix the Modem LAN Case using the 2 Screws <N32>
(No1 to No2).
8. Attach the 2 Modem Cable Sheets.
15. Connect the Cable to the Connector. (CN400,CN401)
16. Set the Main Chasis on the Computer.
17. Attach the Tape.
Coin Battery
Cushion
Tape
Connector
(CN400)
Connector
(CN401)
Coin Battery
MP PCB
Connector
(CN4)
No.2
No.1 <N21>
<N21>
MP Guide
No.2
<N6>
No.1
<N6>
No.6
Modem
<N32>
Cable Sheet No.1
<N32>
No.7
No.2
<N32> Tape
<N32>
No.1
<N32>
No.1
<N6>
No.8
<N32>
No.2
<N32> No.3
<N32>
No.2 No.1
<N11> <N11>
MDC
Connector
(J2)
Modem
LAN
Case
Connector
(CN11)
Modem
Cable
Connector
(CN19)
No.2
<N6>
18. Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN31) and Attach
the Pet Tape.
19. Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN700,CN701).
20. Fix the Main Chasis using the 6 Screws <N16>
(No1 to No6)
21. Fix the Main Chasis using the Screw <N18>.
No.4
<N32>
No.5
<N32>
No.3
<N11>
1394 Sheet
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN4,CN11).
Attach the Tape.
Attach the Coin Battery.
Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN19).
Attach the Coin Battery Cushion.
Fix the MP PCB and MP Guide using the 2 Screws <N6>
(No1 to No2) and 2 Screws <N21> (No1 to No2).
No.4 <N18>
No.3
<N16>
<N16> to Connector(CN700)
No.5
to Connector(CN701)
<N16>
No.6
No.1
No.2
<N16>
<N16> <N16>
Connector
(CN700)
Connector
(CN31)
Pet Tape
9-23
Main Chasis
Connector
(CN701)
22. Connect the 2 Cables to the 2 Connectors (CN17,CN27).
23. Attach the TOP WP Washer and tighten the Screw <N7>.
24. Attach the TOP Screws Sheet.
TOP Screw Sheet
<N7>
TOP WP Washer
Connector
(CN17)
Connector
(CN27)
■ Preparation of MODEM and MDC
<Notes>
1.Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20䱊30䰚䯴2䱊3Kgf䯵/cm2
Reusing the attaching parts is impossible
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
2NGCUGKPUWNCVGVJG
YJGTG[QWJCXGPQ
ECDNGENQVJGU
Polyimide tape
Paste
S1
Modem
Cable
Step end face
addition ±1
Rib end face addition ±1
㪤㫆㪻㪼㫄㩷㪺㪸㪹㫃㪼㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪤㪛㪚㩷㪸㫉㪼㩷㪺㫆㫅㫅㪼㪺㫋㪼㪻
㩷㩿㪘㩷㫋㫌㪹㪼㩷㫆㪽㩷㪺㫃㫆㫋㪿㪼㫊㩷㫀㫊㩷㪹㫉㫆㫌㪾㪿㫋㩷㫅㪼㪸㫉㩷㫋㪿㪼㩷
㪺㫆㫅㫅㪼㪺㫋㫆㫉㩷㫊㫀㪻㪼㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪸㩷㫋㪸㫇㪼㩷㫀㫊㩷㫊㫋㫌㪺㫂㩷㫆㫅㩷
㫋㪿㪼㩷㫇㪸㫉㫋㩷㫎㪿㪼㫉㪼㩷㪠㩷㪿㪸㫍㪼㩷㫅㫆㩷㪺㫃㫆㫋㪿㪼㫊㩷㫆㫅㩷
㫋㪿㪼㩷㪤㪛㪚㩷㫊㫀㪻㪼㪅㪀
㪠㫋㩾㫊㩷㪸㪻㫁㫌㫊㫋㪼㪻㩷㫋㫆㩷㪸㫅㩷㫌㫇㫇㪼㫉㩷
㪼㫅㪻㩷㫇㫃㪸㫅㪼㩷㫆㪽㩷㪸㩷㫋㪸㫇㪼㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷
㫋㪿㪼㩷㫉㫆㫌㫅㪻㪄㪿㫆㫃㪼㩷㪩㪸㫅㪻㩷㫇㪸㫉㫋㪅
9-24
MDC
S1
Tape
2NGCUGKPUWNCVGVJG
YJGTG[QWJCXGPQ
ECDNGENQVJGU
Paste
■ Assembly of LAN, Modem and MDC
Tighten of
Screw
Order of fixing
Tighten of
Screw
Modem LAN Case
is installed.
Screw
Screw
5–1
Pass the Cable to the back
from the hole of the A side.
15–1
LAN Cable
is installed.
Attach
space
Modem Cable
is installed.
Tighten of
Screw
MDC
Tighten of
Screw
Attach the DMD Cable Sheet
(Remove 2 places)
S2
Match to the edge of the Connector. –1
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
CAUTION
Process the cable and cover
with MDM Cable Sheet
Safety Working
Separate from the coil.
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Cable
<Notes>
1.Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20䱊30䰚䯴2䱊3Kgf䯵/cm2
Reusing the attaching parts is impossible
㪫㪿㪼㩷㫋㪿㫀㫅㪾㩷㪼㫅㫋㫆㫌㫉㪸㪾㪼㩷
㫆㫇㪼㫅㩷㫄㫆㫉㪼㩷㫋㪿㪸㫅㩷㪈㪅㪌㫄㫄
㩷㩿㪽㫆㫉㩷㫋㪿㪼㩷㪻㪼㫊㫀㪾㫅㩷㫍㪸㫃㫌㪼㪃㩷㪊㫄㫄㪀
CAUTION
Paste Bustraid Sheet
Paste Bustraid
S1
S1
㪚㫆㫉㫅㪼㫉㩷㪸㪻㫁㫌㫊㫋㫄㪼㫅㫋
㪠㩷㪻㫆㫅㩾㫋㩷㫊㫋㫀㪺㫂㩷㫆㫌㫋
㪧㪸㫉㫋㩷㪼㫅㪻㩷㪽㪸㪺㪼㩷㪸㪻㫁㫌㫊㫋㫄㪼㫅㫋
㪪㫌㪹㫊㫋㫉㪸㫋㪼㩷㪺㫆㫅㪺㪸㫍㪼㩷㪻㪼㫇㪸㫉㫋㫄㪼㫅㫋
9-25
Coil
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
㪪㫌㪹㫊㫋㫉㪸㫋㪼㩷㪼㫅㪻㩷㪽㪸㪺㪼㩷㪸㪻㫁㫌㫊㫋㫄㪼㫅㫋
㪪㫌㪹㫊㫋㫉㪸㫋㪼㩷㪺㫆㫅㪺㪸㫍㪼㩷㪻㪼㫇㪸㫉㫋㫄㪼㫅㫋
■ Assembly of Main PCB
S3
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N ~ 30N (2 ~ 3Kgf)/cm2
To prevent the mounted parts
from touching the Steel Plate.
Safety Working
Bend the cable avoiding the connector.
Attach the PET Sheet
To prevent the
Part edge from
touching the
Card FPC.
S3
Cable SATA Signal
Insertion
Insert the connector
wrapped with the
sheet into the connector on the board.
0~1
1~2
0~1
Safety Working
Sheet wrap
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Connect the LAN cable.
Put the cable ina a U-shape into the
intermediate chassis aperture next
to the connector.
Do not pinch the cable out of
the USB PCB.
Safety Working
S2
CHASSIS
0~2
0~0.5
PWB SHEET Attach.
Fold and attach the back side.
MCH HEAT RUBBE Set
MCH INS SHEE Set
Fix with Screws in order of the rear number of No.
Ex.) Fix in order of 3 -1 to 3 -2.
(Notes)
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20~30N (2~3Kgf)/cm2
2. Reusing the attaching parts is impossible.
9-26
9.2.11.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Setting the PAD PCB
Fix the PAD PCB using the 2 Screws <N29> (No1 to No2).
Attach the TP PCB Screw Sheet.
Connect the Cable to the Connector. (CN802)
Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN801) and attach
the Tape.
TP PCB Screw Sheet
Tape No.2
<N29>
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
No.1
<N29>
Connector
(CN801)
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
Pad PCB
Connector
(CN802)
■ Assembly of PAD PCB
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts.
Insert into the boss at an angle to
20 to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
put here close to the Cabinet side.
2. Reusing the attaching parts is prohibited.
Tightening torque
Avoid running over the top of boss
Ensure the wire does not
protrude from the top of
boss.
TAPE Attach
After inserting FFC, confirm
it is not diagonal insertion, and then
attach.(To prevent coming off)
Confirm it is not diagonal.
Example of NG
NG
Process the SP Cable between the bosses.
OK Confirm the
processed wire
View from A
direction
S1
Insert FFC
View from
A direction
CABLE HOLD
S2 SHEET Set
Line involved prevention
to the boss of the SP cable
TP INS SHEET
Attach
Insurate the Board
Avoid running
and Cabinet.
over the boss When pressing not to touch
the Cabinet wall, be careful
and the rib.
not to bend
the FFC stiffening plate.
0㫧2
Insulate the Screw head
PWB PAD
Set
TP PCB Screw SHEET Attach
Match to the end of the Board
Screw-2
Tighten
TAPE
Attach
TAPE-1
Attach
S1
2㫧1
S2
Screw-1
Tighten
7䌾11
Avoid catching the Cable in the Cabinet
S2
PWB䇭PAD
Process the surplus
LED PWB
of FFC to the back
CAUTION
TAPE-2 Attach
Fit to the Cabinet line
7䌾11
Remove the Release
Paper and process
the FPC
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Torque of tightening Screw :0.45 ± 0.05N·m(Ṑ4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm)
Process the wire
targeting the boss
9-27
Fix with Screws in order of the rear number of No.
Ex.) Fix in order of Screw-1 to Screw-2.
9.2.12. Setting the FPC HDD BAT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Fix the FPC HDD BAT using the Screw <N16>.
Connect the 2 Cables to the 2 Connectors (CN7,CN8).
Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN800).
Attach the PAD Protect Sheet.
Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN9).
Attach the Tape.
Connect the 2 Cables to the 2 Connectors (CN10,CN26).
Attach the Tape.
Attach the Antenna Cable Sheet on the Main PCB.
Fix the HDD FPC BAT using the 3 Screws <N29>
(No1 to No4).
FPC HDD BAT
No.2
<N29>
No.3
<N29>
No.1
<N29>
HDD Cable Cover
Pad Protect
Sheet
Connector
(CN8)
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
to Connector (CN8)
to Connector (CN7)
<N16>
to Connector (CN800)
Antenna Cable
Sheet
Tape
to Connector
(CN26)
Connector
(CN10)
Connector
(CN26)
Screw <N16>: DRQT26+E5FKL
Screw <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
Tape
Connector
(CN7)
Connector
(CN9)
Connector
(CN800)
Pad PCB
■ Preparation of HDD FPC ASS’Y
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Fold mountain based
on the white line.
R0.5 to R1
Do not apply the load
on the folding part.
Do not forget folding
Fix with Screws in order of the rear number of No.
Tape Attach based on the
stiffening plate side
Ex.) Fix in order of Screw-1 to Screw-2.
and fold back to the back side.
Screw-2
Screw-1
(Avoid wrinkle or floating.)
Tighten
Tighten
Apply the load. 2 to 3 kg
0~0.5
Tape
Tape Attach based on the
stiffening plate side and fold
back to the back side.
(Avoid wrinkle or floating.) 1~3
Apply the load. 2 to 3 kg
BATT
Guide
Set
BATT
CN PIN
Set
Do not forget folding
BATT CN PIN Cushion
Set
Tape
S3
Torque of tightening Screw :0.19 ± 0.02N·m(Ṑ2.0 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
9-28
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
Torque of tightening screw :0.19 ± 0.02N·m(Ṑ2.0 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
Screw
Tighten
View from A
direction
FPC HDD BATT Set
㪘
1. Set HDD GUIDE and fix with Screw.
2. Fix with Screw.
3. Apply tetra coating to each Connector pin.
Battery Connector : Set the nozzle tip apart from the Connector with
1 to 10 mm and spray from the Connector end
to the end for about 1 minute. Do the same to
the opposite direction.
HDD Connector : Set the nozzle tip apart from the Connector with 1
to 10 mm and spray from the Connector end to the
end one way for about 1 minute.
(Refer to M14 in "Common Assembly Instruction Manual".)
View from B
direction
Do not fold.
Battery Connector
㪙
㪚
BATT HDD CN
ANGLE Set
HDD GUIDE
Set
This Connector does not need tetra coating.
View from C
direction
HDD Connector
Note for attaching the Flex to the metal.
䡾
䢁
Insert so that the
stiffening plate side
touches.
٤ Correct operation
Screw-1
Tighten
˜ Wrong operation
FPC insertion guidline
Ensure the FPC edge is
at the steel plate edge.
(Misalignment: 0.5 or less)
Insert plug into socket
A
Valley Fold (Dotted line)
Screw-2
Tighten
Mountain Fold (Full line)
Cable
Match the hook of
Connector lock to the center.
Valley Fold (Dotted line)䎃
Relay circuit board Assy
Insert FPC into Relay
circuit board Assy's socket
FPC CUSHION
Reference
1.5mm
Mountain Fold (Full line)
Valley Fold (Dotted line)
Fold along the level of the outer shape.
The terminal of the antenna
cable must not come in
contact with this terminal.
(Put it on the metal fittings
side. )
Lock after inserting FPC.
Lock FPC
FPC
‫ޝ‬FIG1‫ޞ‬
FPC
Figure seen from direction of arrow of A
After folding
‫ޝ‬The attention of folding‫ޞ‬:Breakage countermeasure.
1. The bending inside is R0. 5~1‫ޝ‬FIG1‫ޞ‬
2. Don't mistake a bending direction.
Don't use a mistaken thing.
9-29
䌏䌋
(R0.5~1)
䌎䌇
Overlap the board and the FPC, and set on the top Cabinet.
Insert the FPC into the main PCB.
Connect the coaxial Cable from Docking PCB.
Insert FPC into ANT SW PCB.
Match the FPC and the hole on the board.
FPC ASSY #VVCEJ
ANT SW PCB #VVCEJ
Lock after inserting FFC.
Insert the FPC Ensure that FPC is not bended.
into the socket.
FRAME GUIDE
ANGLE ASM Attach
Screw-1 Tighten
0~1
Match to the
edge of land.
Screw-3 Tighten
Screw-2 Tighten
Screw-2 Tighten
LCD
Protection
Sheet
Attach.
Insert the plug.
Insert position: Match the stiffening
plate and board edge.
Screw-1 Tighten
Fit to the arrow direction
and fix with Screw.
Lock it after FFC is inserted.
Torque of tightening Screw :0.45 ± 0.05N·m(Ṑ4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm)
9.2.13. Setting the USB PCB and Antenna PCB
1. Open the Connector Cover.
2. Fix the Antenna PCB using the 2 Screws <N3>
(No1 to No2).
3. Connect the Black Cable.
4. Fix the USB PCB using the Screws <N6>.
5. Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN100).
6. Attach the Tape.
Tape
Connector
(CN100)
<N6>
USB PCB
Antenna PCB
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
Connector Cover
Screws <N3>: DRQT2+G6FKL
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Antenna Cable
(Black)
9-30
No.1
<N3>
No.2
<N3>
■ Assembly of USB / Antenna PCB
(Notes)
1. Insert and remove plug straight
2. Don't make covering damaged at the time of cable handling.
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
CAUTION
Ensure the Flex tag
does not run over.
FPC Edge Standard
1r1
Fit to the groove.
Misalignment: 1 or less
EXT ANT PCB Set
㸇䇭
Attach SHEET to Cable
54~56
Pass the Cable along the
intermediate chassis
concave and connect it to
the coaxial Connector.
Cable
SHEET Attach.
㸈
Connect Cable into the CN2
of EXT ANT PCB and process
the wire.
S2
SHEET Attach.
Match to the edge.
Misalignment: 2 or less
ANT CABLE SHEET Attach.
SCREW Tighten
㸉
Attach EXT ANT PCB to the Cabinet
and fix with Screw.
SCREW-1
Tighten
ANT CABLE PLATE Set
WHIP ANT CABLE
Insert the Cable plug.
SCREW-2
Tighten
CABLE (DFJS1055ZA)
<Notes>
1Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20䱊30䰚䯴2䱊3Kgf䯵/cm2
Reusing the attaching parts is impossible
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
㪪㫌㪹㫊㫋㫉㪸㫋㪼㩷㪼㫅㪻㩷㪽㪸㪺㪼㩷㪸㪻㪻㫀㫋㫀㫆㫅㪅
㪛㫀㪽㪽㪼㫉㪼㫅㪺㪼㩷㫃㪼㫊㫊㩷㫋㪿㪸㫅㩷㪈
㪚㪥㩷㪼㫅㪻㩷㪽㪸㪺㪼㩷㪸㪻㪻㫀㫋㫀㫆㫅㪅
㪛㫀㪽㪽㪼㫉㪼㫅㪺㪼㩷㫃㪼㫊㫊㩷㫋㪿㪸㫅㩷㪈
CD Edge Sheet
㪧㫆㫃㫐㫄㫀㪻㪼㩷㫋㪸㫇㪼㩷Paste
Screw
Tighten
S1
㪠㫅㫊㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㫎㫀㫋㪿㩷㪸㩷
㪾㪸㫊㫂㪼㫋㩷㩿㪺㪸㪹㫀㫅㪼㫋㪀
USB Cable
USB SUB PCB
Connect
Connect
Torque of tightening screw :0.2 ± 0.02N·m(Ṑ2.0 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
9-31
9.2.14. Setting the DIMM Cover and Bottom Cover
1. Set the Bottom Cover.
2. Fix the Bottom Cover using the 6 Screws <N8>
(No1 to No6).
3. Fix the Bottom Cover using the 2 Screws <N17>
(No1, No2).
4. Fix the Bottom Cover using the 13 Screws <N6>
(No1 to No13).
5. Set the DIMM memory card.
6. Attach the DIMM Heat Plate.
7. Fix the DIMM Stopper Base using the 2 Screws <N6>.
8. Fix the DIMM Cover using the 5 Screws <N1>.
No.5 No.2
No.4 <N1> <N1> No.3
<N1>
<N1>
DIMM Cover
No.1
<N1>
<N6>
<N6>
DIMM Stopper
Base
DIMM Heat
Plate
DIMM Memory
Card
No.6
No.2 No.1 <N8>
No.7
No.2 <N8> <N6>
No.5 <N6>
<N6>
<N8>
No.8
<N6>
No.9
No.10 <N6>
<N6>
No.3
<N8>
Screws <N1>: DRHM0002ZA
Screws <N5>: DRQT26+D4FKL
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Screws <N8>: DRSB3+8FKL
Screws <N17>: DRQT26+E6FKL
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No6).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No13).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No5).
No.12
<N6>
No.11
<N6>
Bottom Cover
No.13
<N6>
No.6
<N6>
No.1
<N8>
DIMM Cover is set
0 ~ 0.5mm
Attach the DIMM Cover Cushion
0 ~ 0.5mm
Attach the DIMM Cover Spacer
0 ~ 0.5mm
0 ~ 0.5mm
9-32
No.5
<N6>
No.4
<N6>
No.3
<N6>
■ Preparation of DIMM Cover
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
No.4
<N8>
9.2.15. Setting the W-LAN Module, GPS PCB and Bluetooth PCB
7. Connect the Cable to the Connector (CN25).
1. Set W-LAN Module.
2. Fix the W-LAN Module using the 2 Screws <N11>
(No1 to No2).
3. Connect the Antenna Cables to the Connector on W-LAN
Module.
Antenna Cable(white)
No.1
<N12>
No.3
<N12>
No.2
<N12> GPS BT Angle
No.4
<N12>
Antenna Cable(black)
GPS PCB
<N11>
No.2
<N11>
W -LAN
Module
Bluetooth
PCB
No.1
<N11>
<N11>
Connector(CN25)
to Connector
(CN25)
Screws <N11>: DFHE5025XA
Screws <N12>: DXQT2+F3FNL
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No12).
4. Fix the GPS BT Angle and GPS PCB using the 2 Screws
<N11> (No1 to No2).
5. Connect the Cable to the Connector on GPS PCB.
6. Fix the GPS Ass’y using the 4 Screws <N12>
(No1 to No12).
■ Preparations and assembly of W-LAN Module
‫ޟ‬512AN MMW ‫ޠ‬Confirm the printing.
S4
How to discriminate the Wireless LAN card
For North America and Europe N5HZC0000042
CAUTION
Torque of tightening screw :0.19 ± 0.02N·m(Ṑ2.0 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
Insert within
8 mm or less
9-33
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
W-LAN Module
Screw
■ Cautions for Setting GPS ASSY and BT PCB ASS’Y
<Notes>
1. Do not gouge when inserting and removing the plug.
2. Do not damage the coating when handling the Cable.
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
S2
TOP CASE SHEET
Attach
Pass the Cable
behind the
Cabinet protrusion
Match to the level edge
of Cabinet
CABLE SHEET
Attach
S2
㪇䌾㪉
Wire process: Fit to the plate squeeze line
Tape
Attach
Tape
Attach
Match to the boss center. r2
Cabinet Level Standard
Tolerance 0 to 1
Process the wire into the groove
CABLE SHEET
Attach
㪇䌾㪉
㪊㫧㪈
㪏㫧㪈
㪏㫧㪉
Insert the
Cable plug
WHIP ANT CABLE SUB ANT CABLE MAIN ANT CABLE
Do not protrude
Ensure the Cable
from this side
does not come over
the cushion.
<Note>
࡮Each Cable must fit
in the slit of ANT Cable cushion securely.
࡮The Cable must not cross
at the ANT Cable cushion part.
Cross-section view of cushion
9.2.16. Setting the KB Cable Cover, Keyboard and LCD Cable Cover
1. Set the Keyboard on to the Computer.
2. Connect the 2 Cables to the 2 Cables (CN13,CN14).
3. Fix the KB Cable Cover using the 7 Screws <N29>
(No1 to No7).
4. Fix the LCD Cable Cover using the 3 Screws <N29>
(No1 to No3).
No.2
No.3 <N29>
<N29>
No.7
No.1
No.4 <N29>
<N29>
to Connector
<N29>
No.5
(CN14)
<N29>
KB Cable Cover
No.6
<N29>
No.2
<N29>
to Connector
No.3
(CN13)
<N29>
No.1
<N29>
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No7).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No3).
Screws <N29>: DRQT26+E3FNL
LCD
Cable Cover
Keyboard
Connector
(CN14)
Connector
(CN13)
9-34
■ Arranging the Keyboard
Conductive Cloth Paste
㪇㫕㪇㪅㪌
㪇㫕㪇㪅㪌
㪇㫕㪇㪅㪌
㪇㫕㪇㪅㪌
Keyboard is installed
Conductive Cloth Paste
1. Attach Keyboard , Keyboard Spacer Tape and Keyboard Back Plate.
(Insert the KB protrusions into the plate holes and determine the position.)
2. Attach Conductive Cloth to Keyboard Back Plate.
3. Attach Keyboard Spacer Sheet to Keyboard Back Plate.
(Ensure Keyboard Spacer Sheet does not run over the level of Keyboard Back Plate.)
Attach the
Keyboard
Spacer Tape
Plate hole
Attach the
Keyboard
Back Plate
Attach the
Keyboard
Spacer Sheet
<Notes>
1.Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts. 20~30䰚䯴2~3Kgf䯵/cm2
Reusing the attaching parts is impossible
■ Assembly of LCD Cable Plate
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
LCD CABLE COVER CUSHION
KB CABLE COVER CUSHION
DFHR3M83ZA
(Notes)
1. Apply the load when attaching the attaching parts.
20~30N (2~3Kgf)/cm2
CD Edge Sheet Attach.
0~1mm
LCD CABLE COVE Set
LCD CABLE COVER CUSHION Attach.
KB CABLE COVE Set
KB CABLE COVER CUSHION Attach.
9-35
S3
To prevent from
touching the
KBD Cable
4~6mm
9.2.17. Setting the KB Cover, Hinge Cover L, Hinge Cover R and Keyboard
1. Insert the front hooks of the Keyboard to the Top Cabinet
in order, and set the Keyboard.
2. Fix the Hinge Cover L and R using the 3 Screws <N6>
(No1 to No3).
3. Fix the Hinge Cover L and R using the 2 Screws <N2>
(No1, No2)
4. Fix the Bluetooth PCB using the Screw <N6>.
5. Fix the KB Cover using the 4 Screws <N6> (No1 to No4).
<N6>
<N6>
Bluetooth PCB
<N6>
<N6>
<N6>
<N2>
Hinge Cover L
<N6>
<N6>
KB Cover
<N6>
<N2>
Note:
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No3).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No2).
Tighten the Screws in the numbered order (No1 to No4).
Hinge
Cover R
Screws <N2>: DRHM5054XA
Screws <N6>: DRQT26+E4FKL
Keyboard
9.2.18. Setting the HDD
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Set the HDD FPC to HDD.
Attach the Heater Ins Sheet and Sheet to HDD.
Attach the Heater to HDD.
Attach the 6 HDD Forming MFYPC and the two HDD
Terminal Plate Upper to the HDD Damper Ass'y.
Attach the six HDD Forming MFYPC and the two HDD
Terminal Plate Upper to the HDD Damper Ass'y.
Set the HDD Damper Ass'y to HDD.
Attach the Side Cushion to the HDD L Case Ass'y.
Set the HDD U Case Ass'y and the HDD L Case Ass'y,
and set the two Tabs of the HDD L Case Ass'y.
Fix the HDD U Case Ass'y and the HDD L Case Ass'y
using the 4 Screws <K1-17> and Screw <K1-16>.
Screws <K1-16>: DFHE5025XA
Screws <K1-17>: DRQT2+E8FKL
<K1-17>
<K1-17>
HDD U Case Ass’y
HDD FPC
HDD
SATA Guard
<K1-16>
Heater Ins Sheet
Sheet
HDD
Damper
Ass’y
Heater
HDD L
Case Ass’y
9-36
■ Preparation oh HDD ASS’Y
Fit to the corner.
0–1
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
HDD INS SHEET
0–1
Turn it to the board side (back side).
Safety Working
S4
HEATER
Attach it pushing the shaded
part not to push the fuse.
CAUTION
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
1. Do not gouge when inserting and removing
the socket.
2. Do not drop HDD or add any impacts on it.
3. Insert CN into the end firmly.
4. Apply the load when attaching the parts.
20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
0~1
Valley Fold Mountain Fold
PET Tape
Hwater Fixed Tape
1–1
Center
Do not bend the bending
part of Heater
Connect the
Connector
Insert the
HDD FPC Ass’y
9-37
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N
(2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
S2
S2
Do not place the damper
over the plate of heater.
Do not place the damper
over the plate of FPC.
HDD Damper Ass’y
Make sure the product
with black sheet on the
yellow sponge.
Fold the FPC from the board edge.
Push and bend
HDD Ass’y HDD Set Insert after removing the
Release Paper of the two-sided tape.
Remove the Release Paper on
the back, close and attach it.
Attach it to HDD closely
not to loosen.
Do not bend it at a sharp
angle to put natural R.
1~3
1~3
1~3
1~3
HDD Thermal Plate
S1:Insulation S2:Bitten S3:Sharp Edge
S4:Part No. Check S5:Other
When attaching HDD Cushion (Yellow) and HDD Cushion (Black),
set the bending part of the metal plate up.
0~1
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
CAUTION
1~2
HDD Cushion (Black)
Metal Plate
Longer Direction
(15)
To the level of attaching
closely in this range
Attach the HDD Cushion (Yelllow)
Attach the
HDD Cushion
(Black)
Sheet
0–1
Prepare the metal plate bend.
9-38
Attach the
HDD Cushion
(Yelllow)
Attach the HDD
Thermal Plate
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
1~3
1~3
1~3
0~1
1~3
HDD Thermal Plate
0~1
When attaching HDD Cushion Plate and HDD Cushion (Black),
set the bending part of the metal plate up.
Do not bend it at a sharp
angle to put natural R.
HDD Cushion
(Black)
Metal Plate
Longer Direction
To the level of attaching
closely in this range
(15)
0–1
Attach the HDD Cushion (Yellow)
Attach the
HDD Cushion
(Black)
Attach the HDD Cushion (Yellow)
Attach the
HDD thermal Plate
*Ensure the
direction is right.
(lateral)
I get a gap for
breathing hole
securement.
Put the edge on the same line.
Difference: 1
Make the black damper get into the
both sides of the green damper.
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
Right and left position: Match to the center
Top and bottom position: Match the edge of the base
material transparent sheet
to the bottom side
A
(20)
HDD Side Damper
is installed
(0)
Paste the cushion with pressing
in the direction of arrow.
(2)
A
HDD Side Damper
B
Lower Case
B
0~0.5
(Entire Circumference)
B-B SEC
A-A SEC
HDD Bottom Case Ass’y
9-39
Set the CN side first, and then set the
TAB side pushing to the A direction.
HDD Ass’y insertion
SATA Guide Set
SATA Guard
is installed
A
Insert to make the Cushion on the HDD
inside of the Cushion on the lower case.
NG
Avoid getting HDD under the side
damper when inserting HDD
* Notes:
1. Apply the load when attaching the parts. 20N to 30N (2 to 3Kgf)/cm2
Order of fixing
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Tighten of Screw
Tighten of
Screw
Tighten of
Screw
Tighten of
Screw
Tighten of
Screw
Confirm that the CN board moves up/down
and right/left after assembling.
9-40
9.2.19. Setting the Battery Pack and HDD Pack
1. Set the HDD Pack.
2. Set the Battery Pack.
Battery Pack
HDD Pack
Battery
Cover
HDD Cover
9-41
10 Exploded View
B N6
K77
K82
B N2
K78
K76
B N6
B N2
B
N6
E1001
K32
B N6
K1210
A
K33
A
N31
N31
B
A
N29
B
N31
N29
K74
K2
K116
K29
K70
K2-48
K16
K93
K75
K2-49
E24
R K2-42
K59
K2-45
E4
K2-46
K71
K84
K90
K92
K1237 K53
E21
E13
K19
B
N29
K59
K1236
B
B
E23
N29
K1214
N29
B
B
N29 N29
B
K53
K109
V
G
N10
K30
N29
K35
B
N7 K1122
B
N29
V
K1201
K17
K1
G
N10
K1-17
K1-3
K1-17
K1-1
K2
E17
K1-9
K1234
K1-16
K1-19 K1-4
K1-20
K1-19
K1-4
K1-5
K1-5
Screw tightening torque
A
B
F
G
I
L
0.19 +
_ 0.02 N.m
+ 0.2 kgf.cm)
(2.0 _
0.45 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(4.5 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
0.49 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(5.0 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
1.47 +
_ 0.20 N.m
(15 +
_ 2.0 kgf.cm)
0.18 +
_ 0.22 N.m
(2.0 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
0.2 +
_ 0.02 N.m
(2.0 _
+ 0.2 kgf.cm)
K1202
K1-18
K1-11
K1-14
K1-21
K1-20
K1-6
K1-4
K1-13
+ 0.05 N.m
R 0.3 _
+ 0.5 kgf.cm)
(3 _
K1-15
K1-4
K1-6
K1-2
CF-30KTPAXxM
R
R K2-16
K2-16
K2-3
K2-6
K2-5
K2-5-3
K2-10
K2-6-2
R
K2-6-5
K2-6-1
K2-5-1
K2-3-2
B
K2-3-3
K2-10-8
K2-5-2
K2-3-1
K2-10-1
K2-6-4
K2-10-3
L K2-3-4
K2-6-1
K2-5-4
L
K2-39
B
R
K2-6-3
K2-6-3
R K2-39
K2-10-8
K2-10-2
K2-10-5
K2-10-1
U N17
K2-8
B
K2-8-10
K2-8-2
K2-8-1
K2-8-5 K2-8-4
B
K2-8-10
K2-8-1
K104
K101
K100
K81
R
K2-39
K2-8-6 K2-8-3
K2-8-7
K2-8-9
K2-14
K2-36
K2-4-1
K2-4-2
K2-8-3
K2-13
K2-14
K2-22
L K2-8-11
T K2-38
K108
K107
K2-26
K2-15
K2-50
T K2-38
T
K2-20
K36
K2-25
K2-43
K2-31
K114
K2-1-1
K2-37
L K2-2-7
K113
K2-2-3
K2-27
R
K2-42
R
K2-9-2
L
K2-9-7
K2-9-1 K2-9-4
K2-9-9
K2-9-6
B N31
K2-2
K2-41
L K2-9-5 K2-9-8
L
K2-9-9
K2-9-9
K121
K105
K2-1-3
K2-1-2
G
K163
R K2-42
K2-1
Screw tightening torque
U 0.33 – 0.03 N.m
(3.3 – 0.3 kgf.cm)
K2-21
K2-36
K2-44
A 0.19 – 0.02 N.m
(2.0 – 0.2 kgf.cm)
B 0.45 – 0.05 N.m
(4.5 – 0.5 kgf.cm)
G 1.47 – 0.20 N.m
(15.0 – 2.0 kgf.cm)
L 0.2 – 0.02 N.m
(2.0 – 0.2kgf.cm)
0.22
– 0.02 N.m
Q
(2.2 – 0.2 kgf.cm)
R 0.30 – 0.05 N.m
(3.0 – 0.5 kgf.cm)
T 0.90 – 0.05 N.m
(9.0 – 0.5 kgf.cm)
L
K102
K103
K2-18
K2-24
G
R K2-16
K2-22
K2-25
K2-41
K2-4-4
K2-17
K2-18
K2
K2-4-3
K2-30
T
K2-50
K2-4
K2-23
K2-17
R K2-16
K2-50
K2-39
B N31
K2-8-8
K2-39
R
K2-10-4
K2-10-6
R
K2-10-7
B
K2-16
K2-10-8
K122
K2-43
R
K112
K2-2-6
K2-2-2
K2-2-5
K2-2-1
K2-2-4
K2-42
K2-9
K2-7
K2-7-1
K2-7-2
K2-7-3
K2-7-1
K2-9-1
B
K2-39
R
R
K2-9-3 K2-9-10
K2-39
K2-7-4
R
CF-30KTPAXxM
F
N14
A
N30
F
A N15
N14
A N15
A N15
A N3
K1001
N6
K1009
K1011
K1123
K1008
K83
N11
E510
K1012
K157
E41
K1211
V
W
B N11
K1010
K2-11
E509 K2-29
E1
K132
E502
B N6
N29
E506
N29
K1239
K97
K97
K91
K2-12
K2-19
K2-28
R K2-40
K38
0.45 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(4.5 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
B N29
K135
A
N11
K36
K1208
K137
K118
K21
K99
Screw tightening torque
B N29
B N29
K1235 N11
N11
E20
B N29
B
W
K1123
K130
K56
0.19 +
_ 0.02 N.m
(2.0 _
+ 0.2 kgf.cm)
K117
E22
V
E10
A
E8
E38
B N6
K1206
A N32
K144
A
A
A N22
N22 K153 A N32
K97
A
K35
N22
A
N22
A
N22
K1233
K1232
B
K1205N6
N22
C
0.216 +
_ 0.0196 N.m
(2.2 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
E33
A N22
E 0.314 +
_ 0.0196 N.m
(3.2 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
F 0.49 +_ 0.05 N.m
K133
(5.0 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
K134
K146
G 0.441 +
_ 0.049 N.m
(4.5 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
K138
H 1.47 +
_ 0.20 N.m
(15 +
_ 2.0 kgf.cm)
A N19
_ 0.17N.m
I 1.30 +
K111
(13 +
_ 2.0 kgf.cm)
K119
L 0.18 +
_ 0.02 N.m
K86
(2.0 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
K86
_ 0.02 N.m
M 0.2 +
(2.0 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
_ 0.03 N.m K119
N 0.45 +
K124
A N20
(4.5 +
_ 0.3 kgf.cm)
B
_ 0.1 N.m
P 0.8 +
N16
(8.0 +
_ 1.0 kgf.cm)
+ 0.2 N.m
0.22
_
Q
(2.2 _
+ 2.0 kgf.cm)
K1207
K143
N11
B
K1209
N16
K139
E34
E26
K153
E31
B
E28
E11
B
N18
B N16
K34 B
K161 N29
Q
E5
A N20
K141
K149
N6
K1003
K35
N32
A
E3 A
N32
E29
K110
A
K35
E32
N6
K1238
K22
K1155
A
N11
K140
B N16
K27 B
N16
K94
E18 K1231
K131
K142
E25
N21
N21
B N6
E27
K148
E27
K1204
K1212
A
A
B
N6
K35
K148
E9
K35
E12
E30
B N6
CF-30KTPAXxM
S N12
S N12
E2
K41
K42
K40
E40
E14
A N11
K3
K28
R K3-8
R
K3-8
K18
R
K2-33
K3-5
R K3-8
K3-8
K3-2
R
K3-9
K3-6
K3-7
K3-5
R K2-39
K2-34
R
X
K3-5
K2-39
K3-1
K85
B N6
K31
B N1
B N6
P N8
B N1
B N1
B N1
B N1
X
P N8
K85
K85
P N8
B N6
K4
B
P
N8 K85
N6
P N8
K5
Screw tightening torque
B
P
R
K80
S
0.45 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(4.5 _
+ 0.5 kgf.cm)
0.8 +
_ 0.1N.m
(8.0 +
_ 1.0 kgf.cm)
0.3 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(3.0 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
0.19 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(2.0 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
K1213
CF-30KTPAXxM
K50
K9
K9-2-1
K9-2-1-1
K9-2
K9-2-2
K50
K9-2-3
K60
G N9
K63
K10
K62
K9-1-3
K65
K10-1
K9-1-3
K10-2
K61
K12
K11
B N6
K9-1-2 G
K9-1-4
K49
E16
K9-4
K9-3
K9-1-3
K1151
G N9
K9-1-3
A
K9-1-3
K9-1
K9-1-1
K9-1-3
G
K9-1-4
K9-1-5
K9-1-3
Screw tightening torque
+ 0.02 N.m
0.19 _
(2.0 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
+ 0.50 N.m
B 0.45 _
(4.5 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
F 0.441 _
+ 0.049 N.m
(4.5 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
+ 0.20 N.m
G 1.47 _
(15 +
_ 2.0 kgf.cm)
H 1.30 _
+ 0.17N.m
(13.0 +
_ 2.0 kgf.cm)
CF-30KTPAXxM
E35
K54
E35-5
E15
E35-2
K1214
A
E35-10
E35-8
K1003
K1214
K1003
E7
E35-1
K1214
K56
E35-11
E35-4
E35-6
E35-4
E35-7
E35-3
A E35-10
E35-9
K1214
Screw tightening torque
A
B
C
D
E
0.19 +
_ 0.02 N.m
(2.0 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
0.45 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(4.5 _
+ 0.5 kgf.cm)
0.216 +
_ 0.0196 N.m
(2.2 _
+ 0.2 kgf.cm)
0.314 +
_ 0.0196 N.m
+ 0.2 kgf.cm)
(3.2 _
0.49 +
_ 0.05 N.m
+ 0.5 kgf.cm)
(5.0 _
CF-30KTPAXxM
B N2
K1007
K1007-4
K1007-1
K1007-2
K1006
K1007-7
K1007-3
K1007-6
K1007-5
B
N2
B N7
K1005
B
N2
B
K1004
N7
K57
B
B
N2
B
N2
N2
B
K58
N7
K1031
E501
E36
B
B
N2
N7
B
E37
N7
K79
B
N7
G
N13
B
N7
K13-2
K13
K45
K46
B N7
K97
K52
B N7
B N7
K47
K1032
G N13
K13-1-2
Screw tightening torque
A
K13-1
B
C
D
B N7
B N7
G
O
0.19 +
_ 0.02 N.m
(2.0 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
0.45 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(4.5 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
0.216 +
_ 0.0196 N.m
(2.2 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
0.314 +
_ 0.0196 N.m
(3.2 +
_ 0.2 kgf.cm)
1.47 +
_ 0.20 N.m
(15 +
_ 2.0 kgf.cm)
0.49 +
_ 0.05 N.m
(5.0 +
_ 0.5 kgf.cm)
CF-30KTPAXxM
Replacement Parts List
Note : Important Safety Notice
Components identified by
mark have special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of these components, use only manufacturer's specified parts.
CF-30KTPAXxM
REF. NO and AREA
Main Block Unit
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E7
E8
E9
E10
E11
E12
E13
E14
E15
E16
E17
E18
E20
E21
E22
E23
E24
E25
E26
E27
E28
E29
E30
E31
E32
E33
E34
E35
E35-1
E35-2
E35-3
E35-4
E35-5
E35-6
E35-7
E35-8
E35-9
E35-10
E35-11
E36
E37
E38
E40
E41
E501
E502
E506
E509
S
S
S
S
S
PART NO.
DL3UP1336BAA
DL3UP1354CAA
DL3UP1702AAA
DFWP0150ZA
DL3UP1543AAA
DL3UP1580AAA
DL3U11540DAA
DL3U21540DAA
DL3U31540DAA
DL3U41540DAA
DL3U61540DAA
DL3U71540DAA
DFJK10U050BB
DFJS1031WA
N0GF2J000003
N3CAYYY00048
N5ZZ00000168
N5HZC0000042
DFJK10T017BB
DFJK40T030BB
DFJS1037ZB
N2EABEC00006
BR-2330A/SF
DFJK12U050BB
DFJK40U056BB
DFJS1032YA
DFJS1035YA
DFJS1036ZA
DFJS1046YB
K1NA26Z00001
K1NA68Z00009
N5HAZ0000016
DFWV08A0123
DL3DE0189AAA
DFHG1926XA
DFHG1927XA
DFHG1928XA
DFHG1882YA
DFHG1883WA
DFMD3130ZA
DFMD3131ZA
L9DZYY000006
DXYN2+C3FNL
DFHG2175ZA
N1ZYYY000005
N1ZYYY000006
DFUP1565ZA
DL3U51540DAA
DFUP1717ZA
DL3UP1535BAA
DFJS1055YA
DFJS1054ZA
DL3U11554AAA
DESCRIPTION
PCB, EXT ANT
PCB, BT ANT UNIT
MAIN PWB
SW-LED FPC UNIT
HDD BATTERY FPC UNIT
PCB, TOUCH PANEL CONTROLLER
PCB, IO
PCB, MP
PCB, PAD
PCB, SD
PCB, USB
PCB, LED
FFC
LCD CABLE
INVERTER
HDD, 160GB 5400RPM SATA
SO-DIMM, DDR2-667 2GB
WIRELESS LAN MODULE
FFC
FFC IO40
POWER CABLE
TOUCHPAD
LITHIUM METAL PRIMARY BATTERY
FFC SD
FFC MP OUTER
MODEM CABLE
SATA CABLE
CABLE USB
LAN CABLE
CONNECTOR
PCMCIA CONNECTOR
MODEM
LCD UNIT ASS'Y
LCD PREPARATION UNIT
LCD SIDE DAMPER(U)
TS SPACER(L)
TS SPACER(S)
LCD DMP L
LCD SIDE DMP R
LCD HOLD PLATE L
LCD HOLD PLATE R
HEATER(LCD)
SCREW
TS SPACER L UPPER
WLAN MAIN ANTENNA
WLAN SUB ANTENNA
FPC
PCB, BT
FPC
WAN ANTENNA FPC UNIT
CABLE
CABLE
PCB, ANT SW
Q'TY
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
RTL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
E510
E1001
Accessories
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A21
A22
A23
A91
Packing Material
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
Mechanical Parts
K1
K1-1
K1-2
K1-3
K1-4
K1-5
K1-6
K1-99
K1
K1-11
K1-13
K1-14
K1-15
K1-16
K1-17
K1-18
K1-19
K1-20
K1-21
K2
K2-1
K2-1-1
K2-1-2
K2-1-3
K2-2
K2-2-1
K2-2-2
K2-2-3
K2-2-4
K2-2-5
K2-2-6
K2-2-7
K2-3
K2-3-1
K2-3-2
K2-3-3
K2-3-4
K2-4
K2-4-1
K2-4-2
K2-4-3
K2 4 3
K2-4-4
K2-5
DL3U21554AAA
N2ABZY000035
S NCR-B/901D
S CF-AA1653ASC
DFHR6207ZA
DFHS2059ZA
DFME0148YA
S DFQW5231ZA
S K2CG3DR00003
DFJS954ZA
DFHR6339ZA-0
DFHR6340ZA-0
S DFKE0911ZC-0
DFQM8450MA
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
PCB, DOCKING
KEYBOARD VISTA, U.S.
RTL
1
1
LITHIUM ION STORAGE BATTERY
AC ADAPTOR
PEN
TOUCH PANEL CLOTH
PEN TETHER
MANUAL
AC CORD
MODEM CABLE
DUMMY EXPRESS CARD
DUMMY PC CARD
MP DUMMY CASE
RECOVERY DVD, VISTA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DFPH0064ZA
DFPP0143ZA
DFPE0852ZA
DFPN0845YA
DFPK1202WAP
PACKING PAPER
PROTECTION BAG
MANUAL HOLDER
DB CUSHION
PACKING CASE(OVERSEAS)
1
1
1
1
1
DFWV99A0133
DL3UP1557BAA
DFMD8041YA
DFMD8042YA
DFHG1750YC
DFHG1933ZA
DFHG1934ZA
DFHR6264ZA
DFMX0634ZA
L9DZYY000010
DFHR8522XB
DFHR8523WA
DFHE5025XA
DRQT2+E8FKL
DFMX1265ZB
DFHR3H11ZB
DFMY3263ZA
DFHR7900ZA
DFKM8203ZA-0
DFBD9010ZA-0
DFHR6251ZA-0
DFHR6252ZA-0
DFUQ0114ZA
DFBD9011XA-0
DFHG1885YA
DFHP7140ZAT
DFHR3D54ZA-0
DFHR6257ZB
DFHR6258ZA-0
DFMD7B10YA
XTB2+4GFN
DFKE8185ZA-0
DFBD0190ZA-0
DFKE0861ZA-0
DFUQ0113ZA
DRHM0110ZAT
DFKE8186ZA-0
DFBD0192ZA-0
DFKE0867ZA-0
DFUQ0113ZA
DRHM0110ZAT
DFKE8187YA-0
HDD MOUNTING KIT
HDD PACK FPC UNIT
HDD LOWER CASE ASS'Y
HDD UPPER CASE ASS'Y
HDD CUSHION(YELLOW)
FIX CORE CUSHION
HDD FORMING M2
SATA GUARD
CD EDGE SHEET
HEATER(HDD)
HDD DAMPER ASS'Y
HDD SIDE DAMPER ASS'Y
SCREW
SCREW
HEATER INS SHEET
HDD CUSHION TOP SHEET
HDD THERMAL PLATE LOWER
PET TAPE
TOP CASE ASS'Y MK3
POWER SW ASS'Y
POWER SW FLAME
POWER SW KNOB
POWER SW KNOB SPRING
WIRELESS OFF SW ASS'Y
WM SW CUSHION
DOUBLE SIDE TAPE
WM SW SHEET
WIRELESS SW CASE
WIRELESS SW KNOB
WM OFF SW PLATE
SCREW
MP LATCH ASS'Y
MP LATCH LEVER
MP LATCH CASE
SD LATCH SPRING
SCREW
SD LATCH ASS'Y
SD LATCH LEVER
SD LATCH CASE
SD LATCH SPRING
SCREW
CN LATCH ASS'Y
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
NRP
K2-5-1
K2-5-2
K2-5-3
K2-5-4
K2-6
K2-6-1
K2-6-2
K2-6-3
K2-6-4
K2-6-5
K2-7
K2-7-1
K2-7-2
K2-7-3
K2-7-4
K2-8
K2-8-1
K2-8-2
K2-8-3
K2-8-4
K2-8-5
K2-8-6
K2-8-7
K2-8-8
K2-8-9
K2-8-10
K2-8-11
K2-9
K2-9-1
K2-9-2
K2
9 2
K2-9-3
K2-9-4
K2-9-5
K2-9-6
K2-9-7
K2-9-8
K2-9-9
K2-9-10
K2-10
K2-10-1
K2-10-2
K2-10-3
K2-10-4
K2-10-5
K2-10-6
K2-10-7
K2-10-8
K2-11
K2-12
K2-13
K2-14
K2-15
K2-16
K2-17
K2-18
K2-19
K2-20
K2-21
K2-22
K2-23
K2-24
K2-25
K2 25
K2-26
K2-27
DFBD0193ZA-0
S DFKE0869YA-0
DFUQ0116ZA
DRHM0110ZAT
S DFKE8188ZA-0
DFBH3051ZA
DFGE0139ZA-0
DFHR3E55ZA
S DFKE0860ZA-0
DRQT26+D3KLT
S DFKE8189YA-0
DFBH3051ZA
DFGE0140YA-0
S DFKE0866ZA-0
DRQT26+D3KLT
S DFKE8190XB-0
DFBH3051ZA
DFGE0141ZA-0
DFHR3E56ZA
DFHR3E59ZA
S DFKE0799ZA-0
S DFKE0862XA-0
DFMD7B12ZA
DFUN0084XA
DFUS0323ZA
DRQT26+D3KLT
DXQT2+F3FNLT
S DFKE8191YA-0
DFBH3051ZA
DFBD0191ZA-0
DFBD0191ZA
0
DFGE0149ZA-0
DFGE0150ZA-0
DFHR3E57ZA
S DFKE0864YA-0
S DFKE0865ZA-0
DFUS0311ZA
DRQT2+D25KMT
DRQT26+D3KLT
S DFKE8192ZB-0
DFBH3051ZA
DFGE0143ZB-0
DFGE0144ZB-0
DFHR3E58ZA
S DFKE0868ZA-0
S DFKE0875ZA-0
DFMD7B11ZA
DRQT26+D3KLT
DFJS1030ZA
L0AA04C00012
DFGE0111YA-0
DFGE0145ZA-0
DFGL0153ZB-0
DFHE5121YA
DFHG1699ZA
DFHG1891ZA
DFHG1892YA
DFHG1931ZA
DFHG1973ZAT
DFHM0419YA
DFHR3D56ZA-0
DFHR3E66ZA
DFHR6291YB-0
DFHR6291YB 0
S DFKE0947ZA-0
S DFKE0948ZA-0
CN LATCH LEVER
CN LATCH CASE
CN LATCH SPRING
SCREW
MP COVER ASS'Y
LID HINGE
MP COVER SHEET
MP COVER CUSHON
MP COVER
SCREW
SD COVER ASS'Y SDHC
LID HINGE
SD COVER SHEET
SD COVER
SCREW
BATT COVER ASS'Y
LID HINGE
BATT COVER SHEET
BATT COVER CUSHION
BATT LID KNOB SHEET
LID KNOB
BATT COVER
BATT LATCH ANGLE
BATT LATCH SPRING
LID KNOB SPRING PLATE
SCREW
SCREW
HDD COVER ASS'Y
LID HINGE
HDD COVER LOCK KNOB
HDD COVER SHEET L
HDD COVER SHEET R
HDD COVER CUSHION
HDD COVER
HDD COVER LID KNOB
HDD COVER SPRING PLATE
SCREW
SCREW
CN COVER ASS'Y
LID HINGE
CN COVER SHEET L
CN COVER SHEET R
CN PACKIN-SLIDE
CN COVER
CN SLIDE COVER
CN WATER PROOF PLATE
SCREW
SP CABLE
SPEAKER
TOP LOOK SHEET
REAR BELT COVER SHEET
SD LED SHEET (NO SC)
SCREW
LCD LOCK SHEET
HANDLE ARM CUSHION
SPEAKER CASE CUSHION
WM SW CASE CUSHION
SD SHEET SPACER TW
LCD FOOT CAP
CN COVER SHEET
POWER SW CUSHION
FRONT BELT COVER
HANDLE BASE L 2ND
HANDLE BASE R 2ND
1
1
1
3
1
3
1
2
1
3
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
8
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
K2-28
K2-29
K2-30
K2-31
K2-33
K2-34
K2-36
K2-37
K2-38
K2-39
K2-40
K2-41
K2-42
K2-43
K2-44
K2-45
K2-46
K2-48
K2-49
K2-50
K3
K3-1
K3-2
K3-5
K3-6
K3-7
K3-8
K3-9
K4
K5
K9
K9-1
K9-1-1
K9-1-2
K9-1-3
K9-1-4
K9-1-5
K9-2
K9-2-1
K9-2-1-1
K9-2-2
K9-2-3
K9-3
K9-4
K10
K10-1
K10-2
K11
K12
K13
K13-1
K13-2
K16
K17
K18
K19
K21
K22
K27
K28
K29
K30
K31
S DFKE0856ZB-0
S DFKE0876ZB
S DFKM0555ZA-0
DFMD2170ZA
DFMY0414ZA
DFMY5049ZA
DFUQ0102ZA
DFWP0145YA
DRHM0118ZAT
DRQT26+D3KLT
DRQT26+D5KLT
DRSN4+6FKLT
DXQT26+D4NLT
DXQT3+F4FNLT
DFKH8009YA-0
DFHP7140ZAT
DFHR3G74ZAT
DFHR3E97ZA
DFHR6356ZA
DFHR6089YA-0
S DFKF8177ZA-0
S DFKF0295ZA-0
DFMD2172ZA
DFMY0437ZA
DFMY5048ZA
DFUS0324ZA
DRQT26+D3KLT
DXQT26+D4NLT
DFGE0087ZA-0
DFGE0138ZB
DFWV80A0463
S DFKF8176ZA-0
DFBH1180ZB
DFBH1181ZB
DFHR3E61YA
DRYN4+J10KLT
S DFKF0296ZA-0
DFWV84A0337
DL3DV0189AAA
DFHR3L78ZA
DFHP7246ZB
DFHR3695ZA
DFHE0843ZA
DFHG1929ZA
DFBS8003ZA-0
DFBS0073ZA-0
DFHR6313ZA
DFDF5024ZA
DFUN0083ZA
DFWV80C0549
S DFKM8202ZA-0
DFGB0131YA-0
DFHG1886ZA
DFHG1887ZA
DFHG1888ZB
DFHG1890ZA
DFHR3E98ZA
DFHR3E99ZA
DFHR6270YA
DFHR6296ZA
S DFKE0857ZA-0
S DFKE0858YC-0
S DFKE0859ZB-0
SPEAKER CASE A
SPEAKER CASE B
TOP CASE (2ND)
KENSINGTON PLATE
CPU HEAT PIPE RUBBER
HEAT PIPE UNIT E
POTRE SPRING
FPC
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
TW SCREW
SCREW
HANDLE ASS'Y
DOUBLE SIDE TAPE
PW SW CUSHION
P LED SHEET
POWER SW LED PANEL TW
HANDLE ARM BUSH
BOTTOM CASE ASS'Y MK3
BOTTOM CASE (2ND)
HEAT PIPE ANGLE A
HEAT PIPE RUBBER B
HEAT SINK
MP ESD SPRING
SCREW
TW SCREW
BOTTOM COVER SHEET D
BOTTOM CASE SHEET
LCD FRONT CABINET/TS PANEL ASS'Y
LCD FRONT ASS'Y (2ND)
HINGE ASS'Y R
HINGE ASS'Y L
TS DUMPER PC
SCREW
LCD FRONT (2ND)
TOUCH SCREEN PANEL KIT
TS PREPARATION UNIT
PROTECTIVE FILM
TS FIXED TAPE
TS FPC SPACER
LCD MAGNET
MAGNET CUSHION
LCD LATCH ASS'Y
LCD LATCH
LCD LATCH SLIDER
LCD LATCH SHAFT
LCD LATCH SPRING
LCD REAR CABINET ASS'Y
LCD REAR ASS'Y (2ND)
PANASONIC BADGE
LCD CABLE COVER CUSHION
KBD CABLE COVER CUSHION
DIMM COVER CUSHION
ANT CABLE CUSHION
KB WP SHEET
ANT CABLE SHEET
DIMM STOPPER BASE
DIMM COVER SPACER
LCD CABLE COVER
KB CABLE COVER
DIMM COVER
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
15
4
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
1
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
K32
K33
K34
K35
K36
K38
K41
K42
K45
K46
K47
K49
K50
K52
K53
K54
K56
K57
K58
K59
K60
K61
K62
K63
K65
K70
K71
K74
K75
K76
K77
K78
K79
K80
K81
K82
K83
K84
K85
K86
K90
K91
K92
K93
K94
K97
K99
K100
K101
K102
K103
K104
K105
K107
K108
K109
K110
K111
K112
K113
K114
K116
K117
K118
S DFKE0873ZB-0
S DFKE0874ZB-0
DFMD2177ZA
DFMX0634ZA
DFMX0999ZA
DFMY0438ZA
DFMD7B13ZA
DFMX1260YA
DFGX0458ZC-0
DFGX0459ZB-0
DFGX0460ZB-0
DFHG1881ZA
DFHG1884YA
DFHG1942ZA
DFHR3159ZA
DFHR3F07XA
DFHR7968ZA
S DFKE0871ZA-0
S DFKE0872ZA-0
DFMC0685ZA
DFMC0863ZA
DFMC0873ZA
DFMC0874YA
DFMC0876ZA
DFMX1241ZB
DFHP7261XA
DFHR3E65VA
DFHR6260ZB-0
DFMD7B38ZB-0
DFQT0045ZA
DFQT0066ZA
DFQT0076ZA
DFGB0165XA-0
S DFGT1330ZA
DFGE0151ZA-0
DFGP0201ZA-0
DFHE1037ZA
DFHG1901ZA-0
DFHG370ZA
DFHM0396ZA
DFHR3619ZA
DFHR3636ZA
DFHR3643ZA
DFHR3E67ZA
DFHR3E93VA
DFHR3F49ZA
DFHR3F87WA
DFHR3G02ZA
DFHR3G03ZA
DFHR3G04ZA
DFHR3G05ZA
DFHR3G09ZA
DFHR3G10ZA
DFHR3G32ZA
DFHR3G41ZA
DFHR6355ZA
DFHR6246ZA
DFHR6247ZB
DFHR6253WA-0
DFHR6254VA-0
DFHR6255VA-0
DFHR6259YC-0
DFHR6259YC
0
DFHR6295ZA
DFHR7953ZA
HINGE COVER L
HINGE COVER R
ANTENNA CABLE PLATE
CD EDGE SHEET
RJ11 CABLE FIX SHEET
W-LAN HEAT RUBBER
GPS BT ANGLE
GPS INS SHEET A
LCD CONER COVER R
LCD CONER SIDE COVER L
LCD CONER SIDE COVER R
LCD CABLE BUSH
LCD DROP HOLDER
REAR SCREW SHEET
TOP CASE SHEET
LCD CABLE WP SHEET
CDD SHEET
W-LAN ANT COVER L
W-LAN ANT COVER R
LCD CONDUCTIVE TAPE
INV SHIELD CASE
INV MIL SHIELD
INV SHEILD TAPE
INV SHIELD CASE OUTSIDE
INV CASE
KB SPACER TAPE
KB SPACER SHEET
KB COVER
KB BACK PLATE
ENERGY STAR LABEL
VISTA BASIC LABEL
CENTRINO 2 DUO VPRO LABEL
TOUGH BADGE NEW
RATING SHEET MK3 US
WM COVER 30
PALM TOP SHEET
DC GASKET
TOUCH PAD SW RUBBER
FOOT RUBBER
BATT CN PIN
LEDX6 SPACER SHEET
CABLE HOLD SHEET
TP BOTTOM TAPE
PAD WP SHEET
1394 SHEET
CABLE TAPE 5X18
PAD PROTCT SHEET
SERIAL COVER SPACER
SERIAL WP SHEET
USB COVER SPACER
USB WP SHEET
SERIAL INSIDE SPACER
USB INSIDE SPACER
BATTRY SLIDE SHEET
BATT CUSHION
TP SW KNOB IN
HDD GUIDE
BATT GUIDE
SERIAL COVER
USB COVER
DC-IN COVER
PALM TOP COVER
HDD CABLE COVER
LAN SHEET
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
1
1
1
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
K119
K121
K122
K124
K130
K131
K132
K133
K134
K135
K137
K138
K139
K140
K141
K142
K143
K144
K146
K148
K149
K153
K155
K157
K161
K163
K1001
K1003
K1004
K1005
K1006
K1007
K1007-1
K1007-2
K1007-3
K1007-4
K1007-5
K1007-6
K1007-7
K1008
K1009
K1010
K1011
K1012
K1031
K1032
K1122
K1123
K1151
K1155
K1201
K1202
K1204
K1205
K1206
K1207
K1208
K1209
K1210
K1211
K1212
K1213
K1214
K1231
DFHR8521ZA
DFMD4066ZB-0
DFMD4067ZB-0
DFMD7B00ZA
DFMX1256ZA
DFHG1403YA-0
DFHG1467ZA
DFHP7275ZA
DFHP7276ZA
DFHR3E94ZA
DFHR3N15ZA
DFHR3G11ZA
DFHR3G47ZA
DFHR3G48ZA
DFHR6261ZA
DFHR6272ZA
S DFKE0943ZA
DFMC0875ZA
DFMD7B22ZA
DFMX0635ZB
DFMX0702ZA
DFMX1280ZA
DFQT9745ZA
DFHR3F53ZA
DFHP7118ZA
DFHR3G93ZA
DFMD9092ZA
DFMX1066ZA
DFGX0465ZB-0
DFHR3E78ZA
N1AA91000008
DFWV39A0003
DFDF5025ZA
DFHR3E79ZA
DFHR3E80ZA
DFHR6300ZA
DFHR6301ZA
DFHR6302ZA
DFMD7B15ZA
DFHD04E003YB
DFHM0336YB
DFHR3G23ZA
DFHR6113YA
DFMD1169YA
DFHR3H16ZA
DFHR3H17ZA
DFNW2701ZA
DFHR3741ZA
DFMC0891ZA
DFMY3257YA
DFHR3K09ZA
DFHR3H39YA
DFHE0915ZA
DFHG830ZA
DFMX1342ZA
DFHR3K18ZA
DFMY0472ZA
DFMY0508ZA
DFHE1106ZA
DFHR6354ZA-0
DFHG2077ZA
DFQT0055XA
DFMX0383TA
DFHR3H09ZA
BATT CN PIN CUSHION
DC USB COVER PLATE
SERIAL COVER PLATE
BATT HDD CN ANGLE
TP INS SHEET
COIN BATTERY CUSHION
LEAD SW CUSHION
CN TAPE L
CN TAPE S
DMD CABLE SHEET
PWB SPACER 3
CN SHEET
USB SCREW COVER
USB SCREW COVER B
MODEM LAN CASE
MP GUIDE
MAIN CHASSIS 2ND
MAIN CHASSIS SHIELD
CN PLATE
FFC CN STOPPER
FFC CN STOPPER PAD
EXP FPC SHEET
BOARD LABEL
IO PWB SHEET
TAPE
DC-IN WP SHEET
FRAME GUIDE ANGLE ASM
ISO SHEET
W-ANT CORNER COVER
WATERPROOF SHEET R
ANTENNA ELEMENT
ANTENNA W-RDY KIT
W-ANT ROD ANT PLUG
WATERPROOF SHEET 1
WATERPROOF SHEET CABLE
W-ANT ROD HOLDER-L
W-ANT ROD HOLDER-U
W-ANT ROD ANT TUBE
W-ANT SPRING PLATE
PLATE SHAFT B
PLATE SHAFT A
W-READY SHEET
CN GUIDE
CONNECTOR ANGLE
REAR CABLE SHEET L
REAR CABLE SHEET R
TOP WP WASHER
FFC CN STOPPER
LCD CABLE SHIELD TAPE
2G DIMM HEAT PLATE
LCD CABLE GUIDE
LCD CABLE CLAMP
EMI SHEET 10X20
CON SPACER
MCH SHEET
ANT CABLE WP SHEET
THERMAL RUBBER CPU
CPU HEAT RUBBER
KBD GASKET
MIC JACK HOLDER
COIN BATT CUSHION
COA SERIAL LAMINATE
INSULATION PARTS
DIMM CUSHION MAIN
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
K1232
K1233
K1234
K1235
K1236
K1237
K1238
K1239
N1
N2
N3
N6
N7
N8
N9
N10
N11
N12
N13
N14
N15
N16
N17
N18
N19
N20
N21
N22
N29
N30
N31
N32
DFHR3N35ZA
DFMC0933ZA
DFHR3M10YA
DFHR3N21ZA
DFHR3N10ZA
DFHR6446ZA
DFHR3H10ZA
DFMX0657ZA
DRHM0002ZA
DRHM5054XA
DRQT2+G6FKL
DRQT26+E4FKL
DRSB26+10HKL
DRSB3+8FKL
DRYN4+J10FKL
DXSB4+15FNMB
DFHE5025XA
DXQT2+F3FNL
DRSB4+10FKL
DFHE5058ZB
DRHM5104ZA
DRQT26+E5FKL
DRQT26+E6FKL
DRSB26+8HKL
DRSN2+10FNL
DXQT2+D4FNL
DXQT2+E12FNL
DXQT2+G4FNL
DRQT26+E3FNL
DXHM0057ZA
DRQT26+E3FKL
DXSB26+4FNL
BUSTERAID SHEET
BUSTERAID 24X15
TP FPC SHEET
TPAD FPC SHEET
P-CABLE CN TAPE
MINI CRAMP_5
DIMM CUSHION STOPPER
LCD CABLE SHEET
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
NRP
NRP
NRP
NRP
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
11
2
35
13
6
4
2
12
4
2
4
3
7
2
1
2
4
2
8
18
2
10
10
Replacement Parts List
Note: Important Safety Notice
Components identified by
mark have special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer's specified parts.
CF-30KTPAXxM
REF. NO and AREA
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q'TY
MAIN PCB
C 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11,
12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19,
20, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28,
29, 30, 31, 32, 44, 74,
79, 95, 98, 108, 122,
123, 130, 132, 134, 136,
144, 146, 148, 150, 174,
177, 182, 199, 214, 218,
219, 274, 275, 288, 373,
374, 394, 404, 417, 442,
528, 636, 649, 650, 691,
692, 722, 727, 788, 789,
799, 800, 810, 811, 812,
815, 823, 836, 839, 844,
846 851 857 861 872
C 4, 97, 100, 114, 512,
513, 514, 515, 552, 875,
C 8, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 93,
208, 385, 632, 633, 634,
702 780,
702,
780 781,
781 782,
782 783
783,
784, 785, 883, 885, 904,
906, 908, 910, 913, 915,
924
C 26, 46, 47, 48, 50, 63,
65, 69, 70, 71, 76, 85,
101, 112, 125, 126, 127,
128, 131, 133, 135, 137,
139, 140, 141, 142, 145,
147, 149, 151, 170, 171,
173, 175, 176, 179, 185,
186, 187, 188, 192, 195,
196, 197, 207, 210, 247,
248, 249, 250, 276, 277,
278, 279, 281, 282, 289,
291, 295, 298, 302, 306,
317, 318, 319, 320, 326,
327, 328, 329, 330, 331,
332, 333, 334, 335, 336,
347, 392, 403, 407, 409,
411, 413, 414, 415, 416,
418, 419, 420, 433, 436,
437, 438, 441, 445, 448,
449, 451, 452, 461, 466,
474, 478, 479, 480, 481,
F1J0J106A013
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 10µF
83
EEFCX0D221R
CAPACITOR, 2V, 220µF
11
F1H1A225A025
CAPACITOR, 10V, 2.2µF
28
F1G1C104A042
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.1µF
171
482, 485, 489, 490, 496,
531, 581, 665, 667, 673,
678, 693, 694, 700, 705,
718, 719, 721, 723, 728,
748, 749, 750, 751, 795,
803, 804, 805, 806, 807,
808, 809, 817, 820, 822,
824, 826, 827, 828, 837,
840, 841, 845, 847, 849,
850, 852, 856, 858, 859,
860, 862, 866, 867, 868,
869, 870, 873, 886, 892,
896, 921, 922, 926
C 43, 487, 488
C 45, 91, 285, 453, 454,
455, 456, 457, 458, 459,
460, 462, 471, 473, 475,
493, 497, 498, 500, 540,
542, 544, 547, 561, 564,
568, 584, 625, 626, 627,
628, 630, 706, 707, 708,
818, 819, 821, 864
F1G1H100A544
F1G1H102A496
CAPACITOR, 50V, 10pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF
3
39
C 51, 52, 53, 59, 67, 89
C 54, 57, 73, 78, 81, 172,
180, 181, 205, 358, 637,
715, 716, 717, 756, 757,
758, 759, 760, 761, 762,
763, 764, 765, 766, 767,
768 769
768,
769, 770
770, 771
771, 772
772,
773, 774, 775, 776, 777,
778, 779, 853, 854, 863,
871, 925, 932
C 56, 68, 83, 88, 90, 94,
111, 213, 613, 735, 738,
740, 745, 798, 829, 874,
877, 881, 900, 902
C 60, 61, 110, 113, 189,
190, 375, 383, 384
C 152, 153, 154, 155, 200,
201, 202, 203, 211, 215,
280, 299, 309, 313, 359,
397, 399, 400, 405, 406,
412, 422, 423, 435, 443,
468, 525, 557, 569, 574,
575, 579, 701, 703, 732,
733, 734, 737, 739, 744,
752, 753, 754, 755, 786,
880, 882, 884, 887, 888,
889, 890, 891, 893, 894,
895, 897, 898, 899, 901,
903, 905, 907, 909, 911,
912, 914, 916, 917, 918,
919, 920, 923
F1G0J474A001
F1G0J105A001
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 0.47µF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 1µF
6
44
F1J0J2260004
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 22µ
20
F1G0J224A001
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 0.22µF
9
F1G1E103A062
CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.01µF
73
C 156, 157
C 162, 163, 164, 165, 166,
167, 168, 169, 353, 354,
355, 356, 357, 360, 363,
364, 371, 372, 376, 377,
395, 724, 729, 801, 802,
832, 833, 931
F1G1H150A542
F1G1A104A014
CAPACITOR, 50V, 15pF
CAPACITOR, 10V, 0.1µF
2
28
C 204
C 206
F1G1H7R0A544
F1G1H6R0A544
CAPACITOR 50V,
CAPACITOR,
50V 7.0pF
7 0pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 6.0pF
1
1
C 209, 270, 271, 272, 273,
284, 301, 305, 307, 352,
387, 389, 390, 393, 408,
477, 527, 603, 617, 618,
642, 714, 736, 742, 787,
790, 791, 814, 825, 933
F1H1A1050015
CAPACITOR, 10V, 1µF
30
C
C
C
C
C
F1L3D102A003
F1G1H9R0A544
F1J1E334A081
F1G1H271A495
F1J1E105A080
CAPACITOR, 2000V, 1000pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 10pF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.33µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 270pF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 1µF
1
2
2
3
7
F1G1H1010005
CAPACITOR, 50V, 100pF
10
F1J0J475A009
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 4.7µF
12
F1G0J334A001
F1L0J107A017
F1K1E1060001
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 0.33µF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 100µF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 10µF
3
3
8
F1G1H221A495
F1H1A474A028
F1H1H104A748
CAPACITOR, 50V, 220pF
CAPACITOR, 10V, 0.47µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.1µF
5
2
12
F1G1A683A014
F1G1H820A542
F1G1H561A496
F1H1H1830001
F1G1H331A496
F1G1H222A496
F1L1E106A017
CAPACITOR, 10V, 0.068µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 82pF
p
CAPACITOR, 50V, 560pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.018µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 330pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 2200pF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 10µF
2
1
2
2
3
2
8
F1H1C224A074
F1H1H182A748
F1H1H103A748
F2H0D101A003
F1G1H182A496
F1G1H220A542
F1G1H472A496
EEFCX0J101R
F1G1H470A542
F1G1H471A496
EEFCD0G101ER
F1G1C473A004
F1G1H152A496
F1L1C106A008
EEFSX0D471XE
F1G1H391A496
F1J2A103A018
F1G1E562A062
F1G1C223A004
F1G1H3R0A543
D4CC11030026
K1MN50AA0018
K1MN40AA0018
K1KA14AA0266
K1MY12BA0309
K1MY40A00001
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.22µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1800pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.01µF
CAPACITOR, 2V, 100µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1800pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 22pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 4700pF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 100µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 47pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 470pF
CAPACITOR, 4V, 100µF
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.047µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1500pF
CAPACITOR, 16V, 10µF
CAPACITOR, 2V, 470µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 390pF
CAPACITOR, 100V, 0.01µF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 5600p
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.022µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 3pF
THERMISTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
4
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
5
1
2
1
3
1
1
4
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
CF
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
266
293, 294
297, 507
300, 311, 312
321, 322, 323, 324, 325,
587, 588
337, 361, 426, 427, 518,
543, 559, 620, 741, 743
351, 396, 476, 483, 484,
486, 505, 506, 524, 545,
566, 713
365, 367, 370
379, 381, 746
380, 421, 516, 534, 551,
556, 597, 698
386, 502, 538, 548, 629
388, 391
450, 499, 536, 539, 560,
567, 595, 598, 600, 602,
604, 605
467, 469
491
492, 495
494, 624
501, 570, 623
504, 619
508, 509, 510, 571, 596,
606, 614, 615
517, 546, 558, 616
519, 638
520
530, 532
537
541, 565
549
553, 554
562, 621
563, 838, 842, 843, 848
572
573, 813
601
607, 608, 609
612
631
645, 646, 647, 648
704
720
830, 831
1, 5
1
2
3
4, 29
5, 6
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
F
F
F
F
F
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
7, 8, 11, 30
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
28
31
37
46
47
6, 7, 19, 58, 59, 721
8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22
24
25, 29, 30, 53, 60
26
28, 31
33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38,
39, 55
40
42
43, 45, 50, 57, 64
44
46, 48
51
52
54
714, 715, 716, 717, 718,
719, 720, 801
1, 4, 7
2, 5, 6, 8, 12
3
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
11
12, 13
15
21
23
24
25
S
S
S
S
S
K1MY40BA0220
K1KY10BA0214
K1MN80BA0246
K1MY30AA0158
K1MY13BA0102
K1MY16BA0097
K1MY07BA0096
K1KB30AA0049
K1KA30BA0060
K1MY08BA0309
K1KA02AA0051
K1KA08AA0266
K1MYL0B00003
K1MYL0B00004
K1KY12A00004
K1MY10BA0309
K1KA02BA0014
K1FY104B0009
K1KA12BA0014
K1MY52BA0190
K1KA02AA0299
K1MY24BA0311
MA2J72900L
B0ADCJ000041
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FPC CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FPC CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FPC CONNECTOR
DIODE
DIODE
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
13
B0JCRD000015
B0JCMD000046
B0JCCE000008
B0ADCJ000025
MAZ80620ML
MA3S132E0L
B2ABAM000002
MA2S11100L
B0JDBE000002
B0JDRE000007
B0JCSE000006
MAZ81200ML
MAZ81800ML
B0KB00000044
B0BD5R6A0005
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1
5
1
2
7
2
1
1
5
1
2
1
1
1
8
K5H502Z00003
K5H202Z00005
K5H402Z00003
K5H802300002
K5H123Y00001
C2GBD0000052
C1CB00003067
C1CB00003007
C1CB00003068
C1CB00003035
C0DBAYY00423
C0DBALH00003
C1CB00003002
C0DBFYY00042
C0DBZYY00265
C0DBZYY00016
C0ZBZ0000978
FUSE, 5A, 32V
FUSE, 2A, 32V
FUSE, 4A, 32V
FUSE, 8A, 72V
FUSE, 12A, 65V
CPU
CORE CHIP(GMCH)
LSI
CORE CHIP(ICH)
LSI
IC
IC
THERMAL SENSOR
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
POWER MANAGEMENT SWTICH
IC
IC
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
JK
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
27
28
29
30
31, 86, 93
32, 61, 68, 87, 108, 704,
720, 721
33
34, 35, 36, 707
37, 78
38, 39
40
41
42
43, 44
45
50
51
52
54, 63, 64, 66
55, 110
56
62
65, 71, 72, 96, 101, 719
67
70
76, 701
77, 717
79, 80, 88
81
83
84
85
92
94, 95
99
100
113, 703
114, 712
126
702
708
713
715
1
1
8, 9
10, 11, 15, 16
12, 27, 704, 705, 706,
17
18, 20
19, 21
22
23, 53
24
25
26, 727, 728, 729, 731
S
C3FBNY000187
C2CBYY000639
C0CBCBC00181
C1CB00002983
C0JBAS000215
C0JBAA000362
FLASH ROM
IC
IC
LSI
IC, GATE LOGIC
IC, LOGIC
1
1
1
1
3
8
C0ABZA000047
C0EBE0000459
C0EBH0000457
C0DBZYY00026
C0DBAYY00194
C0DBEFH00002
C0EBE0000124
C0EBH0000336
C0DBDJH00009
C1CB00003064
C1DB00001159
C0CBCBC00137
C0JBAA000345
C0JBAB000624
C0JBAE000321
C0JBAA000511
C0JBAB000621
C1CB00002790
C0ABBA000093
C3EBDY000005
C1CB00002585
C0JBAZ002836
C0DBFYY00049
C1CB00003000
C0JBAZ002837
C0JBAC000367
C1CB00002497
C0JBAZ002372
AN12945A-VB
C0JBAC000363
C0JBAA000381
C0JBAZ002192
C0DBAYY00282
C0DBFYY00031
C0JBAD000194
C0DBEFE00003
C0EBY0000419
K2EEYB000001
G1CR82M00006
J0MAB0000169
J0JCC0000186
J0JJC0000015
G1CR56ZA0140
G1C2R8MA0240
G1C4R7MA0240
G1C100M00030
J0JKC0000007
G1A160HA0032
G1BYYYY00009
J0MAB0000200
IC, AMP
IC
IC
IC, USB POWER SW
IC, DC/DC
IC, REGULATOR
IC
IC
IC, LINER
IC, CARD BUS CONTROLLER
IC, PERIPHERAL LSI
IC, REGULATOR
IC, LOGIC
IC
IC, LOGIC
IC
IC, LOGIC
IC, SECURITY CHIP
IC, OP AMP
IC, EEPROM
IC
IC, LOGIC
REGULATOR
PCI EXPRESS TO PATA HOST BUS ADAPTER
IC, LOGIC
IC, LOGIC
IC, USB HUB
IC, LOGIC
IC, AUDIO AMP
GATE LOGIC
IC, LOGIC
IC
DC/DC CONTROLLER FOR GMCH
IC
1GATE LOGIC IC
IC
IC, VOLTAGE DETECTOR
JACK
COIL
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
COIL
CHOK COIL
COIL
INDUCTOR
COIL
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
6
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
6
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
5
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
PA
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
R
R
R
48, 64, 69, 70, 71
49
50, 715
52
65, 80, 711, 712, 713,
716, 718
700, 701, 714, 719, 721,
730
709, 710
722, 723, 724, 725
6
1, 52, 53, 66, 96, 123,
130, 131, 133, 135, 142,
144, 153, 700, 701, 702,
7, 18, 39, 94, 100, 729
9, 20, 47, 49, 127, 159
14, 25, 75, 76, 90, 99,
111, 112, 134, 145, 158,
727, 731, 744, 754
16, 30, 31, 33, 69, 81,
82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88,
89, 101, 102, 103, 104,
107, 108, 115, 119, 121,
126, 132, 138, 139, 141,
156, 157, 706, 730, 758,
759, 761, 762, 763, 764,
22, 23, 24, 48, 50, 74,
77, 78, 91, 98, 109, 110,
117, 118, 120, 146, 743,
26, 28, 38, 51
27, 80, 745
40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45,
137, 140
54, 56, 60, 61, 67, 68,
71, 72, 84, 151, 152
55, 57
65, 73
70, 93
79, 105, 106, 113, 114,
122, 124, 136
92, 97
116
125
728
733
742, 756
1, 778
2, 5, 26, 27, 41, 42, 43,
118, 190, 191, 262, 263,
415, 873
3
S
J0JYC0000098
G1C1R0MA0380
G1C1R0MA0289
G1C100MA0077
J0JHC0000078
DC POWER LINE BEADS
DC POWER LINE INDUCTOR
DC POWER LINE INDUCTOR
COIL
DC POWER LINE BEADS
5
1
2
1
7
J0JJC0000022
DC POWER LINE BEADS
6
G1C100M00038
G1C470MA0330
D4FB1R100015
B1CFGD000023
INDUCTOR
DC POWER LINE INDUCTOR
OVER CURRENT PROTECTOR
TRANSISTOR
2
4
1
17
UP04213G0L
B1DHDC000028
UNR9113J0L
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
6
6
15
UNR9213J0L
TRANSISTOR
38
UNR9214J0L
TRANSISTOR
18
B1DDED000004
B1MBFDG00001
UP04116G0L
TRANSISTOR, FET
FET
TRANSISTOR
4
3
8
B1CFRD000014
FET
11
B1CFRD000020
B1MBEDG00001
B1CFGD000003
B1CHRD000001
FET
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2
2
2
8
B1DHDD000031
UP04214G0L
B1MBEDA00008
B1CFNC000004
2SB0766ARL
B1CFRD000025
ERJ2GEJ510X
ERJ2GEJ102X
TRANSISTOR, FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
FET
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 51Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1KΩ
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
14
D1H85104A024
RESISTOR ARRAY
1
R 6, 21, 22, 33, 45, 109,
157, 160, 162, 176, 182,
203, 204, 241, 280, 330,
352, 366, 369, 443, 444,
455, 461, 464, 474, 478,
484, 485, 486, 595, 597,
647, 668, 690, 703, 724,
732, 734, 746, 759, 767,
768, 780, 781, 795, 797,
799, 811, 812, 813, 827,
830, 831, 849, 862, 863,
865, 892, 896, 898, 899,
901, 902, 911, 912, 919,
920, 921, 936, 941, 951
ERJ2GE0R00X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0Ω
71
R 7, 31, 66, 68, 70, 473,
481, 518, 650, 657
R 8, 32
R 9, 10, 240, 374, 375,
402, 429, 482, 564, 565,
566, 567, 568, 569, 631,
677, 721, 725, 770, 787,
908, 909
ERJ2RKF1001X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1KΩ
10
ERJ2RKF2001X
ERJ2GEJ101X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100Ω
2
22
13, 15
14, 16, 25, 853
18
19, 23, 24, 92, 97, 743,
894, 910
20, 253, 334, 515, 516,
527, 528, 540, 541, 553,
554 907
554,
28, 605, 606, 607, 615
29
30
34, 137, 177, 722
48, 49, 102, 107, 145,
168, 181, 183, 251, 252,
256, 258, 269, 270, 271,
272, 273, 274, 275, 278,
279, 281, 333, 344, 350,
373, 389, 391, 393, 411,
420, 421, 424, 428, 431,
440, 441, 442, 445, 446,
448, 453, 470, 522, 523,
524, 543, 549, 575, 576,
577, 608, 609, 708, 720,
728, 747, 756, 757, 765,
802, 814, 820, 821, 829,
836, 837, 838, 840, 841,
843, 867, 870, 880, 884,
905, 915, 923, 933, 934,
952, 953, 955
ERJ2RKF27R4X
ERJ2RKF54R9X
ERJ2RKF68R0X
ERJ2GEJ560X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 27.4Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 54.9Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 68Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 56Ω
2
4
1
8
ERJ2GEJ100X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10Ω
12
ERJ2GEJ562X
ERJ2RKF2210X
ERJ2RKF1000X
ERJ2RKF24R9X
ERJ2GEJ103X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.6KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 221Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 24.9Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10KΩ
5
1
1
4
83
64, 65
67, 796
69, 480, 626, 627
71, 72, 111, 242, 244,
276, 321, 331, 332, 351,
414, 694, 695, 696, 697,
809, 810, 868, 940
74
75
76,, 77,, 78
81
ERJ2RKF80R6X
ERJ2RKF4990X
ERJ2RHD302X
ERJ2GEJ330X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 80.6Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 499Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33Ω
2
2
4
19
ERJ2RKF1021X
ERJ2RKF2371X
ERJ2RKF1500X
ERJ2RKF49R9X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.02KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2370Ω
RESISTOR,, 1/16W,, 150Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 49.9Ω
1
1
3
1
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R 85, 245, 491, 492, 498,
499, 624, 632, 634, 744,
881, 882, 889, 895, 897,
900, 922
R 86, 890
R 93, 94, 96, 98, 99, 101
R 95, 100, 248
R 104, 112, 113, 131, 259,
385, 390, 392, 418, 432,
816
R 105, 106, 188, 189, 803,
804, 805, 806, 807, 808
R 108, 173, 454, 559, 560,
561, 562, 563, 772, 773,
774, 775, 776, 777, 800,
801
R 126
R 129, 130, 185, 186, 187,
257, 264, 265, 266, 267,
268, 306, 307, 308, 437
R 151, 153
R 152, 154
R 155, 178
R 166, 169
R 171, 338, 339, 719
R 172
R 179
R 192, 198, 246, 309, 310,
315, 342, 347, 353, 357,
359 360
359,
360, 382
382, 404
404, 405
405,
406, 407, 408, 433, 451,
456, 457, 458, 459, 503,
558, 602, 610, 611, 639,
671, 685, 686, 688, 699,
711, 723, 745, 748, 750,
764, 769, 839, 842, 858,
859, 927, 956, 957
R 193, 200, 354, 361, 362,
363, 383, 410, 425, 539,
557, 600, 601, 613
R 236
R 249, 651
R 254, 290, 327, 328, 345,
376, 377, 552, 832, 834,
864
R 260, 426, 427, 449, 579,
580, 625, 846, 847, 850,
851, 852
R 284, 835, 942, 943, 944
R 287
R 288, 289, 305
R 311
R 312, 387
R 313, 519, 547
R 317
R 320, 346
R 322, 335
R 323
R 324, 325, 533, 534
R 336, 337
R 340,
340 341,
341 367,
367 371,
371 472,
472
545, 582, 583, 731, 737
ERJ3GEY0R00V
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0Ω
17
ERJ2GEJ1R0X
D1HY5608A007
D1H85604A024
D1H81034A024
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1Ω
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR ARRAY
2
6
3
11
D1H83304A024
RESISTOR ARRAY
10
ERJ2GEJ105X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1MΩ
16
D1H84724A024
D1HY1038A007
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR, ARRAY
1
15
ERJ2RKF3241X
ERJ2RKF4530X
ERJ2GEJ121X
ERJ2RKF3323X
ERJ2GEJ203X
ERJ2GEJ106X
ERJ2GEJ331X
ERJ2GEJ104X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3240Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 453Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 120Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 332KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 20KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10MΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 330Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100KΩ
2
2
2
2
4
1
1
49
ERJ2GEJ474X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 470KΩ
14
D1H87504A024
ERJ2RKF5101X
ERJ2RHD103X
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.1KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10KΩ
1
2
11
ERJ2GEJ472X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7KΩ
12
ERJ2GEJ150X
ERJ2RKF5602X
ERJ2RKF3901X
ERJ2RHD3922X
D1H84734A024
ERJ2RHD203X
ERJ2GEJ273X
ERJ6GEY0R00V
ERJ2RKF2671X
ERJ2GEJ272X
ERJ2RKF5601X
ERJ2GEJ333X
ERJ2RHD104X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 15Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 56KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3.9KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 39.2KΩ
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 20KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 27KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/10W, 0Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.67KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.7KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.6KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33KΩ
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR 1/16W,
1/16W 100KΩ
5
1
3
1
2
3
1
2
2
1
4
2
10
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
348
349
365
368, 370, 655, 738
372
388
394, 398, 438
395, 397, 477, 660
396, 399, 510
400, 401
416
422, 423, 790, 791
450, 538, 588, 592, 593,
598, 599
452
466
467, 587, 735
468
469, 648
471
475
476, 488, 489, 490
479
487, 645
493, 630
494, 495, 511, 529, 530,
532, 537, 555
500
501, 517, 544, 633, 640,
749
502
512, 531, 536, 556
520
521, 542
525
526, 586
535
546, 654
548, 570, 636, 637, 641,
642, 643
550
551, 833
571, 572
573, 574
578, 581, 594, 596
584, 585
589, 590
603
604
612, 659, 736
614
616
617, 618, 619
620
622
623
628, 629
635
ERJ2RKF1602X
ERJ2RKF9091X
ERJ2RKD684X
ERJ2RKD154X
D1ZZ00000046
D1H81014A024
ERJ2GEJ181X
ERJ2GEJ471X
ERJ2GEJ221X
D1H82214A024
D1H81004A024
ERJ2GEJ222X
ERJ2GEJ473X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 16KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 9.09KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 680KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 150KΩ
RESISTOR, 1W, 5mΩ
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 180Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 470Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220Ω
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 47KΩ
1
1
1
4
1
1
3
4
3
2
1
4
7
ERJ2RKF1202X
ERJ2RKF2003X
ERJ2RKF4702X
ERJ2RKF6801X
ERJ2GEJ393X
ERJ2RKF1800X
ERJ2RKF1102X
ERJ3GEYJ1R0V
ERJ2RHD1801X
ERJ3GEYJ101V
D1ZZ00000093
D1BDR022A099
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 12KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 510KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 47KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 6.80KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 39KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 180Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 11KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100Ω
RESISTOR, 1W, 1mΩ
RESISTOR, 1/3W, 0.022Ω
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
2
8
ERJ2RKF8202X
ERJ3GEYJ100V
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR 1/16W,
1/16W 82KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10Ω
1
6
ERJ3GEYJ102V
D1BDR033A099
ERJ2RHD243X
ERJ2GEJ153X
ERJ2RHD472X
ERJ2RHD153X
ERJ2RKF1302X
ERJ2RHD622X
ERJ2GEJ223X
RESISTOR, 1/10W, 1KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/3W, 0.033Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 24KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 15KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 15KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 13KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 6.2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 22KΩ
1
4
1
2
1
2
1
2
7
ERJ2RKF1301X
ERJ2RHD303X
ERJ6GEYJ122V
ERJ6GEYJ222V
ERJ2GEJ564X
ERJ2RKF3302X
ERJ2GEJ3R3X
ERJ3GEYJ562V
D1BDR4700001
ERJ2RKD114X
ERJ2RHD3652X
ERJ2GEJ154X
D1BDR1000002
D1BDR1500002
ERA3EKB1623V
ERA3EEB1692V
D1BDR068A100
ERJ3GEYJ2R2V
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.3KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 30KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/10W, 1.2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/10W, 2.2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 560KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3.3Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.6KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/8W, 0.47Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 110KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 36.5KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 150KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/8W, 0.1Ω
RESISTOR, 1/8W, 0.15Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 162KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 16.9KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/3W, 0.068Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2Ω
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
T
X
X
X
X
X
X
ZA
ZA
656
658
661, 662
663, 664, 914
712
729, 730
751
792, 793, 794
823, 824
872
876
879
913
925, 926
929
950
1, 2
1
2
3
5
6
7
1, 2, 7
3, 4
ERJ2RKF6981X
ERJ2RKF1501X
ERJ2GEJ392X
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
D1HY1048A007
ERJ2RKF56R0X
ERJ2GEJ511X
ERJ2RKF75R0X
ERJ2RKF6041X
ERJ2GEJ681X
ERJ2RKF4991X
ERJ2GEJ512X
ERJ2GEJ2R2X
ERJ2GEJ332X
ERJ2RKF4750X
ERJ2RKF22R6X
G5BYC0000015
H0J143500079
H0J327200085
H0J2505A0053
H2D200500011
H0J245500083
H0J240500033
K1YGZZ000060
K1YGZZ000065
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 6.98KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.5KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3.9W
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 56Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 510Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 75Ω
RESISTOR、1/16W, 6.04KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 680Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.99KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.1KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3.3KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 475Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 22.6Ω
TRANCE
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CERAMIC LOCK
XTAL
XTAL
SPACER
SPACER
1
1
2
3
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
K1QZA1AE0001
K1QZB1AA0023
ECUV1H010CCV
ECUV1H020CCV
ELJRE2N2DFA
ECUV1H070DCV
ELJRE1N0DFA
ECUV1H060DCV
CONNECTOR
COAXIAL CONNECTOR
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 2pF
CHIP INDUCTER
CAPACITOR, 50V, 7pF
CHIP INDUCTOR
CAPACITOR, 50V, 6pF
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
F1J0J106A016
F1G1C104A042
F1G1H102A496
F1G1E103A062
F1G1H270A542
F1G1HR50A543
K1MN10BA0070
C0JBAZ002422
N5HZZ0000056
C0EBE0000460
C0JBAC000382
K1QZA1AE0001
J0JJC0000015
G1C5N6ZA0029
B1GBCFNN0042
B1DHDC000028
ERJ2GEJ103X
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 10µF
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.1µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.01µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 27pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.5pF
CONNECTOR
IC, FET SWITCH
BLUETOOTH MODULE
IC
IC, LOGIC
CONNECTOR
INDUCTOR
INCUCTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10KΩ
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
F1G1A104A014
K1MN12BA0134
K1NA09E00076
B3ACB0000207
CAPACITOR, 10V, 0.1µF
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
LED
1
1
1
1
EXT. ANTENNA PCB
CN
CN
C
C
C
L
L
L
1, 2
3
2
4
5
1
2
3
BLUETOOTH PCB
C
C
C
C
C
C
CN
IC
IC
IC
IC
JK
L
L
Q
Q
R
1
2, 4, 7
3, 5
6, 9
8
10
1
1
2
3
5
1
1,2
4
1
2
1, 2, 3
SD PCB
C
CN
CN
D
300
300
301
300
R 300
ERJ2GEJ101X
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100Ω
1
EEFCX0J121R
K1KA14BA0014
K1FY104BA024
B0KB00000044
J0MAB0000212
DDB5Z031J-L
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 120µF
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR, USB
DIODE
COMMON MODE FILTER
INDUCTOR
3
1
3
3
3
6
K1MN40B00048
K1KA62B00003
K5H103A00004
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FUSE, 10A, 125V
2
1
1
F1G1C104A042
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.1µF
6
F1H1H104A748
F1G1H1010005
CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.1µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 100pF
1
10
F1G1H330A542
F1G1H102A496
F1H1A1050015
F1G1A104A014
K1MY50BA0220
K1MN40B00048
K1FA209BA004
K1FB115BA014
K1FY180BA001
K5Y802A00003
J0HAAC000059
K2HC103B0197
DDB5Z021G-Y
CAPACITOR, 50V, 33pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF
CAPACITOR, 10V, 1µF
CAPACITOR, 10V, 0.1µF
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FUSE, 8A, 125V
FILTER
JACK
INDUCTOR
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
8
J0JCC0000186
J0JCC0000078
J0JCC0000077
J0JHC0000032
D4FB1R100015
ERJ2RKF1500X
EZJP0V080KA
ERJ2GEJ472X
ERJ2GE0R00X
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
OVER CURRENT PROTECTOR
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 150Ω
VARISTOR
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0Ω
2
5
5
1
1
3
1
2
6
ERJ2GEJ101X
ERJ2GEJ221X
ERJ3GEY0R00V
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0Ω
1
2
2
F1H1A1050015
F1G1H681A496
F1G1C104A042
K1MN14BA0059
K1MY04BA0334
K1MN10BA0059
DED1SS355T17
C1DB00001417
B1GKCFJN0004
ERJ2GEJ224X
ERJ2GEJ822X
CAPACITOR, 10V, 1µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 680pF
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.1µF
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
DIODE
IC, FLAT PAD CONTROLLER
TRANSISTOR
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 8.2KΩ
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
USB PCB
C
CN
CN
D
L
L
100, 101, 102
100
101, 102, 103
100, 101, 102
100, 101, 102
103, 104, 105, 106,
107, 108
MP PCB
CN 400, 401
CN 402
F 401
S
IO PCB
C 700, 702, 718, 738,
739, 747
C 701
C 703, 704, 705, 706,
707, 708, 709, 710, 741,
742
C
C
C
C
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
F
FL
JK
L
L
L
L
L
PA
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
712, 715
736, 737
740
754
700
701
702
703
705
701
703, 704, 705
700, 701
700, 701, 702, 703,
704, 705, 706, 707
711, 712
713, 714, 721, 722, 723
715, 716, 717, 718, 719
720
700
700, 701, 702
704
706, 719
711, 712, 713, 714,
722, 723
716
717, 718
720, 721
S
S
PAD PCB
C
C
C
CN
CN
CN
D
IC
Q
R
R
800, 804
801, 802
803
800
801
802
800
800
800,, 801
800
801, 803
R
R
R
R
SW
X
802
804
805, 806
808
800, 801
800
ERJ2GEJ273X
ERJ2GEJ105X
ERJ2GEJ222X
D1H81034A024
EVQPLDA15
H2D400400012
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 27KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1MΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2KΩ
RESISTOR ARRAY
SWITCH
OSCILLATOR, 4MHz
1
1
2
1
2
1
K1MN10AA0058
B3ABB0000210
B3ADB0000065
B3AGB0000040
CONNECTOR
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1
5
1
1
F1H1H101A737
F1G1H102A496
F1G1C104A042
F1H0J105A002
K1MN06BA0160
K1QZA1AE0001
C1CB00002426
C0CBCAC00259
C0JBAA000362
ERJ2GE0R00X
CAPACITOR, 50V, 100pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.1µF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 1µF
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
SPDT SWITCH IC
REGULATER
IC, LOGIC
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0Ω
3
2
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
K1MN50AA0018
K1KA50AA0237
K1QZB1AA0017
K1QZA1AE0001
CONNECTOR
SOCKET
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
1
1
1
1
F1G1E472A062
F1G1H681A496
F1G1C104A042
F1G1E223A062
F1G1H102A496
F1J0J475A009
F1G0J224A001
F1J0J106A013
K1MN04BA0071
K1KA06BA0014
C0EBE0000460
C1CB00002515
XP0431400L
UNR9113J0L
UNR9213J0L
ERJ2GEJ473X
ERJ2GEJ102X
CAPACITOR, 25V, 4700pF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 680pF
CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.1µF
CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.022µF
CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 4.7µF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 0.22µF
CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 10µF
CONNECTER
CONNECTOR
IC
IC, TOUCHPANEL CONTROLLER
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 47KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1KΩ
4
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
12
ERJ2GEJ273X
ERJ2GEJ822X
ERJ2GEJ512X
DEARA8AJ473M
ERJ2GEJ270X
ERJ2GEJ152X
H2D600400005
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 27KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 8.2KΩ
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.1KΩ
RESISTOR ARRAY
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 27Ω
RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.5KΩ
OSCILLATOR, 6MHz
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
LED PCB
CN
D
D
D
901
901, 902, 905, 906, 907
903
904
ANTENNA SW PCB
C
C
C
C
CN
CN
IC
IC
IC
R
1, 2, 3
4, 5
6
7, 8
1
2, 3, 4
1
2
3
1
DOCKING PCB
CN
CN
CN
CN
201
202
203
204
TOUCH PANEL PCB
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
CN
CN
IC
IC
Q
Q
Q
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
X
200, 201, 202, 203
204, 205, 206, 207
208, 211, 212
209
210
213
214
216
200
201
200
202
200, 201
202
203
200, 206
203, 205, 207, 209, 210,
211, 212, 217, 220, 221,
222, 223
208
213, 214, 215, 216
218
226
227, 228
229
200
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