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CPD0010002C0

Notebook Computer

CF-48

This is the Service Manual for


the following areas.
M ...for U.S.A. and Canada
E ...for U.K.
G ...for Germany
F ...for France
S ...for Sweden
T ...for Italy
P ...for Spain

Model Number Reference


The models in the CF-48 series are numbered in accordance with the types of the CPU, LCD
and HDD etc. featured by the product.

Model No.CF-48 A
CPU type Area
M: for Intel  Mobile Pentium  III M: for U.S.A. and Canada
Processor 600 MHz E: for U.K.
 
N: for Intel Mobile Pentium III G: for Germany
Processor 700 MHz F: for France
S: for Sweden
LCD type T: for Italy
3: for 13.3" TFT Color
Operating System
4: for 14.1" TFT Color
C: Microsoft  Windows NT 
HDD type / RAM size D: Microsoft  Windows 2000
 
A: 10 GB / 64 MB E: Microsoft Windows 98
F: 20 GB / 128 MB Drive
A: FloppyDisk drive / CD-ROM drive
B: FloppyDisk drive / DVD-ROM drive

WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain
warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product. Products powered by electricity
should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt with in
this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.

© 2000 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.


All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
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WARNINGS
For U.K.

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.
ASA

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.
Important
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
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 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.
Under no circumstances should either of these wires be connected to the earth terminal of the
three pin plug, marked with the letter E or the Earth Symbol .

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 screw
driver 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
conducive parts 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.

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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 non-
serviceable 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.

LITHIUM BATTERY
• CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the equipment manufacture.
Discard 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.

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CONTENTS
1. Specificayions .......................................................................................................... 1-1~1-2
2. Names and Functions of Parts ............................................................................... 2-1, 2-2
3. Technical Information .............................................................................................. 3-1~3-4
3.1 System Overview .................................................................................................................. 3-1, 3-2
3.2 System Memory Map ............................................................................................................ 3-3
3.3 I/O Address Map ................................................................................................................... 3-4
4. Diagnosis Procedure ............................................................................................... 4-1~4-12
4.1 Basic Procedures .................................................................................................................. 4-1
4.2 Power On Self Test ................................................................................................................ 4-2
4.3 List of Error Codes ................................................................................................................ 4-3, 4-4
4.4 Diagnosis Map ...................................................................................................................... 4-5~4-12
5. Diagnosis Test .......................................................................................................... 5-1~5-16
5.1 Diagnostic Test Procedure .................................................................................................... 5-1~5-10
5.2 Error Message ...................................................................................................................... 5-11~5-16
6. Disassembly/Reassembly ....................................................................................... 6-1~
6.1 Removing the Battery Park ................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2 Removing the HDD Unit ........................................................................................................ 6-1
6.3 Removing the RAM Cord and the RTC Battery ..................................................................... 6-2
6.4 Removing the MINI-PCI Modem Card ................................................................................... 6-2
6.5 Removing the CD-ROM Drive ............................................................................................... 6-2
6.6 Removing the Center Cover .................................................................................................. 6-3
6.7 Removing the Keyboard ........................................................................................................ 6-3
6.8 Removing the Top Shild Plate ............................................................................................... 6-4
6.9 Removing the LCD Unit ........................................................................................................ 6-4
6.10 Removing the SuperDisk Drive or the FloppyDisk Drive ....................................................... 6-4
6.11 Removing the Top Cabinet and Sub PCB Angle ................................................................... 6-5
6.12 Removing the IF PCB ........................................................................................................... 6-5
6.13 Removing the LED PCB, MAIN PCB, VGA/CPU Heat Sink, Fan,
I/O Plate and COM PCB ....................................................................................................... 6-6
6.14 Removing the LCD ................................................................................................................ 6-7
6.15 Removing the PAD PCB ........................................................................................................ 6-8
6.16 Removing the Speaker .......................................................................................................... 6-8
6.17 Removing the IC Card Cover and the Port Replicator Cover ................................................ 6-9
6.18 Removing the HDD ............................................................................................................... 6-9
6.19 Removing the FDD ................................................................................................................ 6-9
6.20 Removing the CD-ROM Drive or the DVD-ROM Drive .......................................................... 6-9
7. Wiring Connection Diagram ................................................................................... 7-1
8. Exploded Views ........................................................................................................ 8-1~8-4
9. Replacement Parts List ........................................................................................... 9-1~9-12

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1. Specifications
This page provides the specifications for the model CF-48xxxxAxx. The model number will change depending
on the configuration of the unit, such as, CPU speed, memory size, HDD size, Operating System, LCD type, and
whether a CD-ROM drive, a SuperDisk drive, a DVD-ROM drive, or a LAN card is included or not.

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:


Use DMI Viewer in [Start] - [Programs] - [Panasonic] - [DMI Viewer].

To check memory and the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) size:


Access the HDD’s “Properties” to check its capacity.
1. Run the Setup Utility.
2. The memory size is confirmed in [System Memory] of the [Main] menu. The hard disk drive size is confirmed in
[Primary Master] of the [Main] menu.

Main Specifications
Model No. CF-48xxxxAxx
CPU Mobile Pentium® III Processor
600 MHz featuring Intel® SpeedStepTM Technology (CF-48Mxxxxxx)
700 MHz featuring Intel® SpeedStepTM Technology (CF-48Nxxxxxx)
L1 Cache Memory: 32 KB
L2 (Second) Cache Memory: 256 KB
Memory (Expandable to) 64 MB (320 MB Max.) (for CF-48xxAxxxx)
128MB (384 MB Max.) (for CF-48xxFxxxx)
Video Memory 8 MB
LCD Type 13.3 type (TFT) (for CF-48x3xxxxx)
14.1" type (TFT) (for CF-48x4xxxxx)
Displayed Colors*1 256/65536/16M colors (640 x 480 dots/800 x 600 dots/1024x768 dots)
Hard Disk Drive 10 GB*2 (for CF-48xxAxxxx)
20 GB*2 (for CF-48xxFxxxx)
Operating System Microsoft® Windows® 98 Second Edition (for CF-48xxxxxEx)
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 (CF-48xxxxxDx)
Microsoft® Windows NT® (CF-48xxxxxCx)
*1 A 16 M color display is achieved by using the dithering function.
*2 1GB = 109 bytes

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Other Specifications
87 keys for European market
Keyboard 88 keys for US market
Floppy Disk Drive 720 KB/1.44 MB (two-mode)
CD-ROM Drive for CF-48xxxAxxx
DVD-ROM Drive for CF-48xxxBxxx
PC Card Slots Two Type I or Type II, or one Type III

Slots Allowable current 3.3 V: 400 mA, 5 V: 400 mA


(total for two slots)
RAM Module Slot*1 144-pin, 3.3-V, SO-DIMM, SDRAM, PC100 Compliant
Parallel Port Dsub 25-pin female
External Display Port Mini Dsub 15-pin female
Serial Port Dsub 9-pin male
2
Microphone Jack* Miniature jack, 3.5 DIA
Headphone Jack Miniature jack, 3.5 DIA
Interface Impedance 32 W, Output Power 4 mW x 2
External Keyboard/Mouse Port Mini DIN 6-pin female
Expansion Bus Connector Dedicated 100-pin female
USB Port 4-pin x 2
Internal Modem Data: 56 kbps (V.90 & K56flex) FAX:14.4 kbps
Pointing Device Touch Pad
Speaker Stereo Speaker (built in)
Utility Programs Setup Utility, DMI Viewer
Sound HRTF 3D positional audio support 16-bit stereo, WAVE and MIDI playback
Battery Pack Li-ion 11.1 V, 5.4 Ah
Operating Time*3 Approx. 2.0 hours - 5.0 hours
Battery Charging Time* 3
Power On Approx. 5.5 hours
Power Off Approx. 3.0 hours
Clock Battery Coin type lithium battery 3.0 V
AC adaptor*5 Input 100 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Output 15.6 V DC, 3.85 A
Power Consumption* 6 7
Approx. 45 W* / Approx. 70 W (maximum when recharging in the ON state)
In use Temperature 5 ˚C to 35 ˚C*8 {41 ˚F to 95 ˚F}
Environment Humidity 30% to 80% RH (No condensation)
Not in use Temperature -20 ˚C to 60 ˚C {-4 ˚F to 140 ˚F}
Humidity 30% to 90% RH (No condensation)
Physical Dimensions (W X H X D) 307 mm X 45 mm X 260 mm {12.1 " X1.8 " X 10.2 "}
Weight Approx. 3.4 kg {Approx. 7.4 lb.}

<Model with both an internal modem and internal LAN port>


Interface Internal LAN IEEE 802.3 10Base-T
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX

*1 Only a RAM card designed for PC100 can be added.


*2 Use only a monaural condenser microphone.
*3 Varies depending on the usage conditions.
*5 The AC adaptor is compatible with power sources up to 240 V AC adaptor.
This computer is supplied with a 125 V AC compatible AC cord.
*6 Approx. 1.5 W when the battery pack is fully charged (or not being charged) and the computer is OFF.
Approx. 3.5 W when the [Wake up from LAN] has been enabled (Model with both an internal modem and an internal LAN port).
*7 Rated power consumption.
*8 Consecutive disk access of the SuperDisk drive between 30˚C and 35˚C {86 ˚F and 95 ˚F} for 15 minutes or more may damage the da ta on
the disk.
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2. Names and Functions of Parts
The illustrations shown may differ from the actual physical appearances.

LCD LED Indicators


Caps Lock
Function Keys Numeric key (NumLk)
For information on the key combi- Scroll lock (ScrLk)
nations available. CD-ROM/DVD-ROM status
Floppy disk/SuperDisk status
Hard disk status
Power status

Power Switch
Before using the computer for the first time,
carefully read the [Limited Use License
Agreement]. If you agree to the conditions,
remove the seal.
CD-ROM Drive
or Floppy Disk Drive
DVD-ROM Drive or
TM
SuperDisk Drive *1
*1
SuperDiskTM and SuperDisk logo are trademarks of
Imation Corp.

Speakers
To adjust the volume*2, select the on the task
bar, then [Volume Control].
*2
You may also use the function keys to perform this operation
( Fn + F5 or F6 ).
Speaker on/off : Fn + F4

Touch Pad

Security Lock LOCK


A Kensington cable can be con- Headphone Jack
nected to prevent theft of your
Use this connector to connect
computer. For more informa-
tion, please read the manual that headphones or amplifier-equipped
comes with the cable. speakers. Audio output from the
internal speaker is disabled when
headphones or external speakers
PC Card Slots are connected.

LED Indicators Microphone Jack


Power status Use only a monaural condenser microphone.
Battery pack status Using an input source other than a monaural
condenser microphone may not allow audio to
be input or may damage the equipment.
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Parallel Port

USB Port

DC-IN Jack

External Display Port


External Keyboard/Mouse Port

Serial Port

Ventilation Hole
These holes allow heat to exit. Internal Modem
CAUTION or
Do not block or place the computer in a loca- Internal Modem & LAN Port
tion that may prevent proper ventilation.

CAUTION
This cover is not to be opened by anyone
except authorized service personnel.
Expansion Bus Connector
Battery Pack

RAM Module Slot

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3.Technical Information
3.1 System Overview
3.1.1 System Configuration
The main system is made up of a Main board, a SUB board, a Jack board, a LED board, a IF switch board,
a PAD board and a COM board.
The power circuit has voltage for individual 1.6V/2.5V/3.3V/5V/12V.
It also supports both mixed-voltage LSIs at 3.3V/5V and single-voltage LSIs at 3.3V.
The CPU operates at 1.6V, 1.35V(core)/2.5V; the main memory at 3.3V; the core logic at 3.3V/5V; and the
other main chips at 3.3V.

3.1.2 Power Supply System


The power supply used by the Main board is generated on the Main board based on the voltage from the AC adapter.
Suspend Off/Hiber
Power Supply System Description On mode
mode nation
VC system (VC5, VC3, VC25, VC16, VC15) CPU and logic power supply ON OFF OFF
VB system (VB5, VB3) Logic power supply ON ON OFF
VA system (VA3) PMC power supply ON ON ON
VPP system (VPP) 12V power supply, for the card slot ON OFF OFF
Table 1: Description of Power Supply Systems
Power is supplied to the AC adapter and battery pack in that order when the RTC power is off or is in
suspend mode. When neither power supply can be accessed, power is supplied from the clock battery
(RTC battery).

Block Diagrams
Power Supply Configuration Diagram
IC43
VOLTAGE VD12
REGULATOR
OUTPUT12V
OVERVOL SUSB
VD12ON VC5

IC58
AC ADAPTOR 15.6V AC15 Q70 SYSPW VB5
DC/DC VOLTAGE
CONVERTER DETECTOR
Q62 OUTPUT 5V
SUSB OVERVOL
AC ON
VM1
IC58
VOLTAGE VA3
DETECTOR DC/DC VOLTAGE
CONVERTER DETECTOR
OUTPUT 3.3V
AC IN* VB3
OVERVOL IC16
SUSC* VGA_CORE
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
OUTPUT 2.5V
ACVOK
IC44
BATTERY
CHARGER VC3
Q72
Li-Ion BATTERY IC46
11.1V SUSB* VCT
VOLTAGE
5400mAh IC57 REGULATOR
OUTPUT 1.5V
DC/DC
CONVERTER VC1
VOLTAGE
OUTPUT DETECTOR
1.6V /1.35V

SUSB* OVERVOL

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System Configuration Diagram

int eel
Mobile Pentium III
wi t h
I ntel ® SpeedStepTM
Technology

1.5V (GTL)

64bit Host Bus

LCD
14.1”/13.3” VGA Host PCI DRAM
AGP Bus
Rage Mobility M1 Bridge Interface Main Memory(SDRAM)
! 64M/128MB
ATI
VRAM 443BX
CRT 8.0MB INTEL Extension Memory
(SDRAM)
~ 256MB

3.3V

32bit PCI Bus

MiniPCI
HDD
20/10GB Primary
IDE PCI ISA SOUND PCMCIA
2.5 inch MODEM
Interface Bridge ES1988 ESS RB5C478 II
Portreplicator or
Secondary RICOH
CD-ROM COMBO
DRIVE
PIIX4M
X24max USB
Interface
INTEL
USB TYPE II(SLOT A)
DEVICES Headphone Speaker
TYPE II(SLOT B)

Ext. MIC
RJ11 RJ45
Connecter Connecter

3.3V

16/8bit
16/8bitISA/EIO
ISA/EIOBus
Bus

Serial Super I/O KBC Embedded BIOS


PC97338 Controller FlashROM
Parallel NS 512KB

PS/2 Port Int. KB

FDD Super Li-Ion


Flat PAD
or Disk Battery Pack
Drive

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3.2 System Memory Map

3-3
I/O Address Map (CF-48)
Address Function IC No,
x0000 - x000F Direct memory access controller
x0010 - x0018 Motherboard resources
x001F - x001F Motherboard resources
x0020 - x0021 Programmable interrupt controller
x0022 - x0022 Motherboard resources
x0024 - x0025 Motherboard resources
x0028 - x0029 Motherboard resources
x002C - x002D Motherboard resources
x0030 - x0031 Motherboard resources
x0034 - x0035 Motherboard resources
x0038 - x0039 Motherboard resources
x003C - x003D Motherboard resources
x0040 - x0043 System timer
x0050 - x0052 Motherboard resources
x0060 - x0060 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard
x0061 - x0061 System speaker
x0062 - x0062 Motherboard resources
x0064 - x0064 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard
x0066 - x0066 Motherboard resources
x0070 - x0071 System CMOS/real time clock
x0072 - x0077 Motherboard resources
x0080 - x0080 Motherboard resources
x0081 - x008F Direct memory access controller
x0090 - x009F Motherboard resources
x00A0 - x00A1 Programmable interrupt controller
x00A4 - x00A5 Motherboard resources
x00A8 - x00A9 Motherboard resources
x00AC - x00AD Motherboard resources
x00B0 - x00BD Motherboard resources
x00C0 - x00DF Direct memory access controller
x00F0 - x00FF Numeric data processor
x0170 - x0177 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x0170 - x0177 Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x01B0 - x01B1 Motherboard resources
x01F0 - x01F7 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x01F0 - x01F7 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0376 - x0376 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x0376 - x0376 Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0378 - x037F ECP Printer Port (LPT1)
x0398 - x0399 Motherboard resources
x03B0 - x03BB RAGE MOBILITY AGP (English)
x03C0 - x03DF RAGE MOBILITY AGP (English)
x03F0 - x03F5 Standard Floppy Disk Controller
x03F6 - x03F6 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x03F6 - x03F6 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x03F7 - x03F7 Standard Floppy Disk Controller
x03F8 - x03FF Communications Port (COM1)
x04D0 - x04D1 Motherboard resources
x0778 - x077F ECP Printer Port (LPT1)
x0CF8 - x0CFF PCI bus
x1000 - x103F Motherboard resources
x1040 - x104F Motherboard resources
x1050 - x1057 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1050 - x105F Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x1058 - x105F Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1060 - x1067 Lucent Win Modem
x1400 - x14FF ESS Allegro PCI Audio (WDM)
x1800 - x18FF Lucent Win Modem
x2000 - x20FF RAGE MOBILITY AGP (English)
x2000 - x2FFF Intel 82443BX Pentium(r) II Processor to AGP controller
xFE00 - xFE01 Motherboard resources

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4. Diagnosis Procedure
4.1. Basic Procedures
The basic procedures for diagnosis, disassembly, and test of defective parts of a set to be repaired are summarized below. For
details, refer to relevant pages in the Service Manual.

l Flow Chart

OCCURRENCE OF
TROUBLE

Power sw is set to ON.

Automatic diagnosis takes


Power On Self Test place when the power switch
is set to ON.

POST NORMAL
FINISH POST ERROR
OCCURRENCE

DEFECTIVE PARTS SELF-DIAGNOSIS TEST (IF REQUIRED)


SORTING Conduct a self diagnosis test when
it is necessary for conduct
trouble diagnosis.

TROUBLESHOOTING
Defective parts are sorted by
referring to symptoms.

REPAIR WORK DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE


Replace defective parts.

SELF-DIAGNOSIS TEST
INSPECTION After repair, conduct a self-
diagnosis test and make sure that the
TEST FAILED
repaired set operates properly.

TEST OK

END OF
REPAIR WORK

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4.2. Power-On Self Test (Boot Check)

4.2.1. 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.
l Start .............Test begins automatically when power switch is set to ON.
l 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.)

4.2.2. 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.

l Table of errors classified by beep sounds

Diagnosis Beep signal sound Error message


Main board 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.

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4.3. List of Error Codes

4-3
4-4
4.4. Diagnosis Map
4.4.1. MAIN UNIT DIAGNOSIS (1/2)
Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 No power is sent to the Is 15V applied to pins 5-8 of YES Go to No. 1-6
1-1
unit. Q74? (Whichever one)? NO Go to No. 1-2
(when using AC) Is 15V applied to pins 1 of YES Go to No. 1-5
1-2
Q74? NO Go to No. 1-3
YES Go to No. 1-4
If resistance
Is 15V applied to pins 1 of across L93
1-3 L21
Q70? NO terminals is not
lower than 1
If lower than 1 D26
YES Q70
Is voltage pin 4 of Q70 lower If voltage pin 3 of R415
1-4
than 1V? NO D24 is 15V Q69
If lower than 15V D24
YES Q62
If voltage pin 3 of
Is voltage pin 4 of Q62 lower Q61
1-5 D24 is 15V
than 1V? NO
D28, D29
If lower than 15V
D30, D31
If voltage is 0V
during the power
YES
Before setting the power switch is set to
switch to ON, check voltage ON, go to No. 1-7
1-6
on either side of R260. Is If not 0V SW801
Voltage 3.3V? If voltage of C454
R260
NO is 3.3V
If lower than 3V IC58
1-7 Final Means Main PCB IC58
No power is sent to the YES Go to No. 1-6
Is 8~12V applied to pins 5~8
unit, (When using the 1-8
of Q62? (Whichever one) NO Go to No. 1-5
Battery Pack)
2 Power cuts off during If they show
R389, R390
operation. Check soldered parts of NO soldered
2-1 R403, R404
R389, 390, 403 and R404. completely
YES IC58

4.4.2 MAIN UNIT DIAGNOSIS (2/2)


Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 When a device is selected Are there system files in the YES Go to No. 1-2
1-1
for “Boot Up Drive”, the device selected? NO Improper setting
system boots from a Device for which
different device. YES the problem
occurred
Does the unit operate
(HDD)
1-2 normally after replacing the
IC13
problem device.
NO Main PCB (FDD/SDD)
IC13
IC23

4-5
Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
2 Date or Time cannot be
input.
IC13
Date and Time does not
2-1 Replace the Main PCB. Main PCB X2
change properly.
RTC battery
Date and Time are not
displayed.
3 Memory count is too large IC5 12
3-1 Replace the Main PCB. Main PCB
or too small. IC3
4 No Sound YES Software setting
4-1 Check software setting.
Volume does not work. NO Go to No. 4-2
Replace the Speakers. YES Speakers
4-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 4-3
IC30
4-3 Replace the Main PCB. Main PCB
IC33
5 Default configuration in
5-1 Check configuration. Configuration
use
6 Interrupt controller failure
6-1 Main PCB IC13
7 Timer failure 7-1 Main PCB
8 Expansion card RAM Does the system return to YES Go to No. 8-2
checksum error 8-1 normal if the expansion card IC13
NO Main PCB
is removed? IC3
Replace the expansion card. YES Expansion card
8-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB
9 Real Time Clock failure
9-1 Main PCB IC13
10 Dead RTC Battery Error during
Does resetting through YES
10-1 SETUP
SETUP correct the problem?
NO Go to No. 10-2
Replace the battery.
YES Battery RTC battery
10-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13
11 Configuration error 11-1 Check configuration. Configuration
12 CMOS Checksum error Were the correct settings YES Go to No. 12-2
12-1
selected during SETUP? NO Go to No. 12-4
Replace the FDD. YES FDD
12-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 12-3
Replace the HDD. YES HDD
12-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 12-4
Error during
YES
Does resetting through SETUP
12-4
SETUP correct the problem? IC13
NO Main PCB
X2

4-6
Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
13 Real time Clock is not Does resetting the date/time Error during
YES
updating 13-1 in SETUP correct the SETUP
problem? NO Main PCB IC13
14 Memory size/data error Replace the expansion RAM Expansion RAM
card. YES
card
14-1 Does operation return to
normal? (Go to “NO” if not IC3
NO Main PCB
connected.) IC5 12
15 PCI failur Does the system return to YES Go to No. 15-2
15-1 normal if the expansion card
is removed? NO Main PCB IC3
Replace the expansion card. YES Expansion card
15-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC3

4.4.3 LCD DIANOSIS


Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 No picture appears on the Does the LCD display Brigntness
YES
screen. 1-1 properly after brightness adjustment
level is adjusted? NO Go to No. 1-2
Replace the LCD. YES LCD
1-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 1-3
Replace the Main PCB. YES Main PCB IC14
1-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO LCD cable
2 Display is too dark or too Does the LCD display Brigntness
YES
bright. 2-1 properly after brightness adjustment
level is adjusted? NO Go to No. 2-2
Replace the LCD. YES LCD
2-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 2-3
Replace the Main PCB. CN16
YES Main PCB
2-3 Does operation return to IC52
normal? NO LCD cable
3 Part of the screen does Replace the LCD. YES LCD
not display properly. 3-1 Does operation return to
Display quality poor. normal. NO Go to No. 3-2
(Fuzzy or slanted, etc.) Replace the Main PCB. YES Main PCB IC14
3-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO LCD cable
4 Backlight does not turn on. Replace the Inverter PCB. YES Inverter PCB
4-1 Does operation returnt o
normal? NO Go to No. 4-2
Replace the Inverter cable. YES Inverter cable
4-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 4-3
Replace the backlight. YES Backlight
4-3 Does operation return to CN16
NO Main PCB
normal? IC52

4-7
4.4.4 KEYBOARD, MOUSE or TOUCH PAD DIAGNOSIS
Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 Key top cannot be
pressed.
1-1 Keyboard is broken. Keyboard
Key top does not spring
back after pressing.
2 None of the keys function. Replace the keyboard and YES Keyboard
Certain keys do not 2-1 see if inputting from the
function. keyboard function normally? NO Main PCB
3 Input character is 3-1 Does the screen mode YES Go to No. 3-2
displayed as grabage. correspond to the key entry Operating
NO
mode? mistake
Is the keyboard setting in the YES Go to No. 3-3
3-2
operating system correct? NO Software setting
Replace the keyboard and YES Keyboard
3-3 see if inputting from the
keyboard functions normally. NO Main PCB IC26
4 Mouse does not function. Replace the mouse. YES Mouse
Inputs from the mouse are 4-1 Does operation return to
not accepted properly. normal? NO Main PCB IC26
5 Touch pad not function. Replace the touch pad. YES Touch Pad
Input from the track ball 5-1 Does operation return to
are not accepted properly. normal? NO Go to No. 5-2
Replace the touch pad FPC. YES Touch Pad FPC
5-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC26
6 Keyboard failure YES Go to No. 7
Is the keyboard properly Keyboard was
6-1
connected? NO not connected
properly
7 Keyboard interface failure Replace the keyboard. YES Keyboard
7-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC26

4-8
4.4.5 FDD DIAGNOSIS
Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 Access lamp does not Replace the FDD. YES FDD
light. 1-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 1-2
Replace the LED PCB. YES LED PCB LD805
1-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 1-3
Replace the Main PCB. YES Main PCB IC23
1-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO FDD FPC
2 Cannot insert floppy disk. In the floppy disk warped or YES Floppy disk
2-1
Cannot remove floppy disk. bent, or labels interfering? NO FDD
3 Does not boot from FDD. Are there system files on the YES Main PCB IC23
3-1
media? NO Software
4 Cannot read from floppy Is the floppy disk format YES Go to No. 4-2
disk. 4-1 correct for the operating
Cannot write to floppy disk. system currently being used? NO Floppy disk format
Does this occur for a specific YES Floppy disk
4-2
floppy disk? NO Go to No. 4-3
Try cleaning the disk heads. YES Heads were dirty
4-3
Does this fix the problem? NO Go to No. 4-4
Replace the FDD. YES FDD
4-4 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 4-5
Replace the FDD FPC. YES FDD FPC
4-5 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC23
5 Floppy disk is scratched or Try cleaning the disk heads. YES Heads were dirty
5-1
otherwise damaged. Does this fix the problem? NO FDD
6 Content of floppy disk is Was the eject button pressed YES Operating mistake
destroyed. 6-1 while the system was
accessing the disk? NO Go to No. 6-2
Replace the FDD. YES FDD
6-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC23
7 Damage to contents written Does this occur for a specific YES Floppy disk
7-1
to floppy disk. floppy disk? NO Go to No. 7-2
Damage to contents read Replace the FDD. YES FDD
from floppy disk. 7-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 7-3
Replace the FDD FPC. YES FDD FPC
7-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC23
8 Abnormal sound. Does it sound like the head is YES Normal
8-1
moving? NO Go to No. 8-2
Does the abnormal sound YES FDD
8-2 stop when the motor stops
running.
9 Diagnostic Test reports Replace the FDD. YES FDD
problem in FDC. 9-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 9-2
Replace the FDD FPC. YES FDD FPC
9-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC23

4-9
4.4.6 HDD DIAGNOSIS
Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 Does not boot from HDD. YES Go to No. 1-2
1-1 Has the HDD been partitioned?
NO Improper setting
YES Go to No. 1-3
Are there system files on the
1-2 Software on the
HDD? NO
HDD
Replace the HDD. YES HDD
1-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 1-4
Replace the HDD cable. YES HDD cable
1-4 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13
2 Cannot read from HDD. YES Go to No. 2-2
2-1 Has the HDD been formatted?
Cannot write to HDD. NO HDD format
Replace the HDD. YES HDD
2-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 2-3
Replace the HDD cable. YES HDD cable
2-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13
3 Damage to data written to Replace the HDD. YES HDD
HDD. 3-1 Does operation return to
Damage to data read from normal? NO Go to No. 3-2
HDD. Replace the HDD cable. YES HDD cable
HDD contents are 3-2 Does operation return to
destroyed. normal? NO Main PCB IC13
4 Dignositic Test reports Replace the HDD. YES HDD
problem in HDC or HDD. 4-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13
5 Access lamp does not YES Go to No. 5-2
Has the HDD been
light. 5-1
configured in the OS? NO Improper setting
Replace the HDD. YES HDD
5-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 5-3
Replace the LED PCB. YES LED PCB LD806
5-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 5-4
Replace the Main PCB. YES Main PCB IC13
5-4 Does operation return to
normal? NO HDD cable
6 Abnormal sound.
6-1 Replace the HDD. HDD
7 Hard disk failure Format data
Does executing FDISK YES
7-1 destroyed
correct the problem?
NO Go to No. 7-2
Replace the HDD. YES HDD
7-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 7-3
Replace the HDD cable. YES HDD cable
7-3 Does opration return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13

4 - 10
Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
8 An operating system could Format data
Does executing FDISK YES
not be found 8-1 destroyed
correct the problem?
NO Go to No. 8-2
Replace the HDD. YES HDD
8-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 8-3
Replace the HDD cable. YES HDD cable
8-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13

4.4.7 SERIAL COMMUNICATION DIAGNOSIS


Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 Data cannot be sent or YES Go to No. 1-2
Is the COM port properly
received. 1-1
set? NO Improper setting
Is the same transmission YES Go to No. 1-3
1-2 protocol set for both the
sending and receiving units? NO Improper setting
Check the
Does the RS-232C on the YES interface with the
1-3 Main PCB operate normally other computer
under a loopback test? IC23
NO Main PCB
IC25
2 Unit will not communicate Is the connection cable a YES Go to No. 2-2
with another computer 2-1 dedicated cross-patched
when connected directly. cable? NO Connection cable
Is the same transmission YES Go to No. 2-3
2-2 protocol set for both the
sending and receiving units? NO Improper setting
Check the
Does the RS-232C on the YES interface with the
2-3 Main PCB operate normally other computer
under a reverse test? IC23
NO Main PCB
IC25
3 Unit will not communicate YES Go to No. 3-2
Is the COM port properly
with modem. 3-1
set? NO Improper setting

Is the trasmission protocol YES Go to No. 3-3


3-2
correct? NO Improper setting
Does the modem operate YES Line
3-3 normally under a local
analog loopback test? NO Go to No. 3-4
Does the RS-232C on the YES Modem
3-4 main board operate normally IC23
under a loopback test? NO Main PCB
IC25
4 Diagnostic Test reports Is the loop back device IC23
YES Main PCB
problem in serial port. properly attached to the IC25
4-1
connector (for an external
NO Improper setting
loop back)?

4 - 11
4.4.8 PRINTING DIAGNOSIS
Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 Data does not print from YES Main PCB IC23
Does the printer pass its
the printer. 1-1
self-printing test? NO Printer
2 Data prints out incorrectly. YES Go to No. 2-2
Does the printer pass its
2-1
self-printing test? NO Printer

Is the Parallel Port (Data YES Main PCB IC23


2-2
Direction) setting correct? NO Improper setting
3 The unit hangs after Replace the Main PCB. YES Main PCB IC23
outputting data from the 3-1 Does operation return to
printer. normal? NO Printer
4 Print area is out of line. YES Main PCB IC23
Does the printer pass its
4-1
self-printing test? NO Printer
5 Data is printed all on one
YES Main PCB IC23
line. Does the printer pass its
4-2
(Carriage return does not self-printing test?
NO Printer
work.)

4.4.9 CD-ROM Drive DIAGNOSIS


Make sure that connecting cables, connectors and AC adapter are not loose or disconnected prior to testing.

Troubleshooting Source of
No. Symptom Component
procedures problem
No. Result
1 Access lamp does not Replace the CD-ROM drive. YES CD-ROM drive
light. 1-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 1-2
Replace the LED PCB. YES LED PCB LD804
1-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 1-3
Replace the Main PCB. YES Main PCB IC13
1-3 Does operation return to
normal? NO CD-ROM FPC
2 Cannot read from DVD. Replace the media. YES Media
2-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Go to No. 2-2
Replace the CD-ROM drive. YES CD-ROM drive
2-2 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13
3 Tray does not open. Replace the CD-ROM drive. YES CD-ROM drive
3-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO Main PCB IC13
4 Abnormal sound. Replace the media. YES Media
4-1 Does operation return to
normal? NO CD-ROM drive

4 - 12
5. Diagnostic Test
5.1 Diagnostic Test Procedure
5.1.1 Equipment

(1) Test Computer ...................................................................................................................................... 1 unit


(2) AC Adapter ........................................................................................................................................... 1 pc.
(3) External Printer ..................................................................................................................................... 1 unit
(4) Loopback Plug (Parallel Port Test) [P/N: DFWV95C0081] ................................................................... 1 pc.
(5) Loopback Plug (Serial Port Test for RS232C) [P/N: DFWV95C0067] .................................................. 1 pc.
(6) Floppy Disk containg file DIAG ............................................................................................................. 1 pc.

5.1.2 Preparation
(1) Connect the AC Adapter and External Printer to the computer.
(2) The System Setup should be set to the factory setting values by executing the "SETUP UTILITY" which can be invoked
by F2 key at the POST.
If not, the messages and items of the diagnostic test may not be displayed properly on the LCD.
(3) The serial port must be enabled in the "SETUP UTILITY" in order to execute the "1st SERIAL PORT" test.
(4) Connect the serial loopback plug.
(5) In order to test the parallel port with Loopback Plug, disconnect the printer cable and connect the parallel loopback plug
with Power OFF.

5.1.3 NOTICE
When "Enter password" is displayed, use "Password Skipping Plug" in order to skip the user password.
1) Connect the parallel plug to the parallel port.
2) Connect the PS/2 mouse plug to the mouse port.
3) Power on the computer.

The wiring of the parallel plug is described below.


Connect pins 2-5-6-8-11-13-15-18-19-20-21-22-23 to Shield GND (PS/2 mouse plug pin 3.)
Connect pins 3-4-7-9-10-12 to VC5 (PS/2 mouse plug pin 4) with 4.7KW each.

CAUTION
The plug described above must be used for servicing purpose only.
Do not use it for other than the above purpose and ensure that it remains confidential.
Using the plug enables the user to skip the previous password and disable the password.

5-1
5.1.4 Test Procedure
Use the floppy disk containing file diag48.

Press [D] [I] [A] [G] [4] [8] and [Enter] keys.

DIAGNOSTIC MENU (V*.*L**)

1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)


2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. MAIN BOARD
5. xxxxxKB RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY
6. KEYBOARD
7. TRACK BALL/MOUSE
8. BATTERY PACK
9. VIDEO
10. 1 HARD DISK DRIVE(S)
11. 1 FLOPPY DISK DRIVE(S)
12. 1 PARALLEL PORT(S)
13. 1 SERIAL PORT(S)
14. PCCARD CONTROLLER
15. INFRARED COMMUNICATION PORT
16. CD-ROM DRIVE

SELECT MENU : _

Select test item, Press number and Enter keys.

1) MAIN BOARD TEST

Press 4 and Enter keys. MAIN BOARD TEST

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

2) xxxxxKB RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY TEST

Press 5 and Enter Keys. BASE RAM TEST


CURRENT BASE RAM SIZE = 640KB
640KB OK
EXTENDED RAM TEST
CURRENT EXTENDED RAM SIZE = xxxxxKB
xxxxxKB OK

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

3) KEYBOARD TEST

Press 6 and Enter keys. KEYBOARD


1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. PRESS KEY TEST
5. SCAN CODE RETURN TEST
SELECT MENU : _

5-2
For 4. PRESS KEY TEST.
Press 4 and Enter Keys. PRESS KEY TEST
1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. U.S.A.
5. U.K.
6. SWEDEN
7. JAPAN
8. GERMANY
9. FRANCE
10. ITALY
11. SPAIN
12. SWISS (Gr)
SELECT MENU : _

For 4. U.S.A..
*Note: Press appropriate number according
to the keyboard layout.
Press 4 * and Enter keys. KEYBOARD TEST
Press each key for character replacement
If correct, press "Y" and "ENTER"
If not correct, press "N" and "ENTER"

(Normal Message): Keyboard is OK Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. SCAN CODE RETURN TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. KEYBOARD RETURN CODE TEST

Immediately after this message is displayed,press the key of


the test you would like toperform.
(The routine will terminate if no entry is pressed.)

Hit any key. (Normal message) : KEY Key has been hit or broken (F10)
SCAN code : xx

Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._

When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Massage].

4) POINTING DEVICE
Press 7 and Enter keys. Track Ball/Mouse Test

Left button OFF


Right button OFF

Is this correct ? (Y/N)

1. If the condition is normal, the cursor moves according to the movement of the mouse.
2. Pressing the button on the left or right side of the mouse causes display to change from OFF to ON.

5-3
5) BATTERY PACK TEST
Press 8 and Enter keys. BATTERY PACK TEST
Battery Pack : exists.
AC Adaptor : connected (Not connected)

(Normal message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Massage].

6) VIDEO TEST
Press 9 and Enter keys. VIDEO
1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. VGA COLOR MODE TEST *Use these tests to look at the screen and
5. VGA MONO MODE TEST verify that the LCD screen is displaying
6. S-VGA COLOR MODE TEST properly,.

SELECT MENU : _

Select the desired test item, and execute by the Enter key.

7) 1 HARD DISK DRIVE(S) TEST

Press 10 and Enter keys. 1st HARD DISK DRIVE(S)


1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. HARD DISK CONTROLLER TEST
5. 1st HARD DISK DRIVE TEST

SELECT : _

For 4. HARD DISK CONTROLLER TEST. .

Press 4 and Enter keys HARD DISK CONTROLLER TEST

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. 1st HARD DISK DRIVE TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. 1st HARD DISK DRIVE TEST

1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)


2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. HDD - DRIVE TEST
5. HDD - READ/WRITE TEST
6. HDD - SEQUENTIAL SEEK TEST
7. HDD - RANDOM SEEK TEST

SELECT : _

5-4
For 4. HDD - DRIVE TEST.

Press 4 and Enter keys. 1st HDD - DRIVE TEST


Count value to get SEEK COMPLETE = 0

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message]

For 5. HDD - READ/WRITE TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. 1st HDD - READ/WRITE TEST

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Warning ! ! ! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Reserved cylinder for DIAGNOSTICS will lose its data.
Reserved cylinder number = ***
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Warning ! ! ! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Do you want to continue ? (Y/N)

Press Y key.

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 6. HDD - SEQUENTIAL SEEK TEST.

Press 6 and Enter keys. 1st HDD - SEQUENTIAL SEEK TEST

Cylinder = xxx

The numbers indicated by xxx will vary depending on the type of HDD.

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 7. HDD - RANDOM SEEK TEST.

Press 7 and Enter keys. 1st HDD - RANDOM SEEK TEST

Cylinder = xxx

The numbers indicated by xxx will vary depending on the type of HDD.

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

8) 1FLOPPY DISK DRIVE(S) TEST

Press 11 and Enter keys. 1st FLOPPY DISK DRIVE(S)


1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. FLOPPY DISK CONTROLLER TEST
5. 1st FLOPPY DISK DRIVE TEST

SELECT : _

5-5
For 4. FLOPPY DISK CONTROLLER TEST.

Press 4 and Enter keys. FLOPPY DISK CONTROLLER TEST

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. 1st FLOPPY DISK DRIVE TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. 1st FLOPPY DISK DRIVE TEST


1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. DRIVE TEST
5. 720KB - MEDIA TEST
6. 1.44MB - MEDIA TEST

SELECT MENU : _

For 4. DRIVE TEST.

Press 4 and Enter keys. 1st FLOPPY DISK DRIVE (1.44MFD) TEST

(Normal Message) : Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. 720KB - MEDIA TEST.


Press 5 and Enter keys. NOTE) At this time insert a formattable floppy disk into the FDD.
(All data on the floppy disk will be erased.)

720KB - MEDIA TEST

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Warning ! ! ! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


CONTENTS OF DISK WILL BE DESTROYED
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Warning ! ! ! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Insert scratch 2DD disk into 1st drive Press a key to begin formatting.
Hit any key when ready.

Formatting.......

Read/Write test
Sequential seek test
Random seek test

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Messages].

*Use the same procedure for 6, (1.44MB-MEDIA TEST).

5-6
9) 1 PARALLEL PORT(S) TEST.

Press 12 and Enter keys. 1st Parallel port test


1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)
2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. PRINT OUT TEST
5. EXTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST
SELECT : _

For 4. PRINT OUT TEST.

Press 4 and Enter keys. 1st Parallel port test (I/O address xxxH)
Connect printer
Hit any key when ready._

(Normal Message): Sample characters will be printed to the printer.

1st Parallel port test (I/O address 378H)


!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmno
!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnop
"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopq
#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqr
$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqrs
%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqrst
&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstu
'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuv
()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw
)*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]ˆ_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx

When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. EXTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. 1st Parallel port test (I/O address xxxH)

Connect loopback plug. Connect the loopback plug


to the parallel port.
Hit any key when ready._

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

Loopback Plug Wiring Information

1-10-15 Pin
13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 11-16 Pin
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
12-14 Pin
13-17 Pin

5-7
10) 1 SERIAL PORT(S)

Press 13 and Enter keys. 1st SERIAL PORT TEST

1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)


2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. RS232C CONTROLLER REGISTER R/W TEST
5. INTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST
6. EXTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST

SELECT MENU : _

For 4. RS232C CONTROLLER REGISTER R/W TEST.

Press 4 and Enter keys. 1st serial port test (I/O address xxxH)

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. INTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. 1st serial port test (I/O address xxxH)

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 6. EXTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST.

Press 6 and Enter keys. 1st serial port test (I/O address xxxH)

Connect loopback plug. Connect the loopback plug


to the serial port.
Hit any key when ready._

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

Loopback Plug Wiring Information

1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9

5-8
11) PCCARD CONTROLLER TEST.

Press 14 and Enter keys. PCCARD CONTROLLER

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


when an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

12) INFRARED COMMUNICATION PORT TEST.

Press 15 and Enter keys. 1. TEST ALL DEVICES ( DEVICES)


2. TEST AUTOMATICALLY ( DEVICES)
3. EXIT
4. CONTROLLER REGISTER R/W TEST
5. INTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST
SELECT MENU : _

For 4. CONTROLLER REGISTER R/W TEST.

Press 4 and Enter keys. CONTROLLER REGISTER R/W TEST


Infrared port (I/O address xxxxH)

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

For 5. INTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST.

Press 5 and Enter keys. INTERNAL LOOPBACK TEST


Infrared port (I/O address xxxxH)

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

13)CD-ROM DRIVE TEST.

Press 16 and Enter keys. Insert the Firstaid CD in to the CD-ROM drive.

Place the enclosed Firstaid CD on the CD-ROM drive.


Hit any key when ready_

(Normal Message): Test done ! ! Hit any key when ready._


When an error message is displayed, refer to [5.2 Error Message].

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5.2 Error Message

IC13

IC13

IC13

IC13

IC26

IC13

IC13

IC5-12

IC5-12

IC5-12

IC1
IC3

5 - 10
IC13
IC26

IC26

IC23

IC23

IC23

5 - 11
IC23

IC23

IC23
IC26

IC23

IC23

5 - 12
IC23

IC19

IC30

IC52

IC13

5 - 13
5 - 14
5 - 15
6. 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.

6.1. Removing the Battery Pack. 6.2. Removing the HDD Unit.

Figure 1
Figure 3
1. Slide the latch, and then without releasing it, slide and re-
move the cover. 1. Slide the latch, and then without releasing it, slide and re-
move the HDD cover.

Figure 4
Figure 2 2. Pull the tab and remove the HDD unit.
2. Pull the tab and remove the battery pack.

Figure 51.
3. Release the HDD cable and remove the HDD unit.

6-1
6.3 Removing the RAM Card and
the RTC Battery

Figure 9
2. Disconnect the modem cable.
3. While opening the hooks on the MINI-PCI modem card con-
Figure 6
nector outward, lift and remove the MINI-PCI modem card.
1. Remove the screw <F>, and remove the RAM card cover.
Screw <F>: DXSB26+4FZMT 6.5. Remove the CD-ROM Drive.

Figure 7
2. While opening the hooks on the RAM card connector out-
ward, lift and remove the RAM card.

6.4. Removing the MINI-PCI Modem


Card. Figure 10
1. Remove the two screws <H> and release the CD-ROM drive
FFC.
2. Slide out the CD-ROM drive.
Screw <H>: XYN2+J4FN

Figure 8
1. Remove the screw <F>, and remove the MINI-PCI Modem
Cover.
Screw <F>: DXSB26+4FZMT

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6.6. Removing the Center Cover. 6.7. Removing the Keyboard

Figure 11
1. Release the two hooks of the center cover.

Figure 13
1. Slide the keyboard to unhook it.

Figure 12
Figure 14
2. Remove the center cover.
2. Turn over the keyboard.
3. Disconnect the connectors CN703 and CN704, and remove
the keyboard.

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6.8. Remove the Top Shield Plate. 6.10. Removing the SuperDisk Drive
or the FloppyDisk Drive.

Figure 15 Figure 17

1. Remove the four screws <F>, and remove the top shield 1. Release the SDD FPC or the FDD FPC.
plate.
Screw <F>: DXSB26+4FZMT

6.9. Removing the LCD Unit.

Figure 18
2. Remove the screw <S>.
3. Slide out the SuperDisk drive or the FloppyDisk drive.
Screw<S>: XYN2+J4FN

Figure 16
1. Disconnect the connectors CN1 and CN16.
2. Remove the three screws <A> and the screw <G>, and
remove the LCD unit.
Screw <A>: XYN26+J4
Screw <G>: DXSN26+25MT

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6.11. Removing the Top Cabinet and 6.12. Removing the IF PCB.
Sub PCB Angle.

Figure 21
Figure 19
1. Remove the screw <E>, and remove the sub PCB angle.
1. Remove five screws <F>, screw <B> and screw <D>.
2. Remove the tilt support R, battery shield plate unit and HDD
Screw <F>: DXSB26+4FZMT
top shield plate.
Screw <B>: XYN26+J8FZ
Screw <E>: XTB26+8G
Screw <D>: XTB26+10GFZ

Figure 20 Figure 22
2. Disconnect the connector CN705. 3. Disconnect the connector CN701 to remove the IF PCB.
3. Remove the two screws <F>. 4. Slide the IF PCB to remote it.
4. Remove the top cabinet.
Screw <F>: DXSB26+4FZMT

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6.13. Removing the LED PCB, MAIN
PCB, VGA/CPU Heat Sink, Fan,
I/O Plate and COM PCB.

Figure 23
Figure 25
1. Remove the two screws <P>, and remove the LED PCB.
5. Remove the shaft spacer and two screws <L>, and remove
2. Remove the four screws <E>, and remove the FDD guide
the I/O plate.
plate and the tilt support L.
6. Remove the three H/Sink spacers and two screws <O>,
Screw <P>: DXSB26+4FZMT
and remove the CPU/VGA heat sink, CPU/VGA heat sink
Screw <E>: XTB26+8G
top plate and CPU/VGA heat sink bottom plate.
7. Remove the two screws <M>, and remove the fan.
Remove the two screws <K>, and remove the COM PCB.
Screw <L>: XYN2+J6
Screw <O>: DXHM0009YA
Screw <M>: XYN25+J5FZ
Screw <K>: DFHE5121YA

Figure 24
3. Remove the screw <F> and six hex. screws <N>.
4. Remove the main PCB section.
Screw <F>: DXSB26+4FZMT
S crew <N>: IKT0104AA

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6.14. Removing the LCD.

Figure 28
5. Disconnect the inverter cable and inverter output connec-
tor, and remove the Inverter PCB.

Figure 26
1. Remove the two LCD rubbers and two LCD screw sheets.
2. Remove the 4 screws <I>.
Screw <I>: DXHM0009XB

Figure 29
6. Remove the LCD cable clamper.
7. Remove the three screws <I>, and remove the LCD and
the LCD earth plate unit.
8. Peel the LCD cable isolation and the LCD connector sheet,
and remove the LCD signal cable.
Screw <I>: DXHM0009XB

Figure 27
3. Remove the LCD front cabinet.
4. Remove the LCD lock and LCD lock spring.

6-7
6.15. Removing the PAD PCB.

Figure 30
9. Remove the fout screws <J>, and remove the LCD plate L
and the LCD plate R.
Screw <J>: DXQT2+D2L

Figure 32
1. Remove the four screw <C>, and remove the PAD plate.
2. Remove the PAD SW FFC and PAD MAIN FFC, and re-
move the PAD PCB.
3. Peel the touch PAD.
4. Remove the PAD button.
Screw <C> : XTB2+6G

6.16. Removing the Speaker

Figure 31
10. Remove the two screws <K>, and remove the tilt L and
the tilt R.
Screw <K>: DFHE5121YA

Figure 33
1. Unhook the four hooks of a speaker holder and unhook the
four hooks of another speaker holder.
2. Remove the two speaker hold rubber and the speaker with
cable.

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6.17. Removing the IC Card Cover 6.19. Removing the FDD.
and the Port Replicator Cover.

Figure 34 Figure 36
1. Remove the two IC card covers and two IC card springs. 1. Remove the three screws <K>.
2. Remove the two port replicator covers and the two port 2. Remove the FDD plate and two FDD spacer bezels.
replicator springs. 3. Remove the FDD FFC.

6.18. Removing the HDD. Screw <K>: DFHE5121YA

6.20. Removing the CD-ROM Drive


or the DVD-ROM Drive

Figure 35
1. Remove the HDD case cover. Figure 37
2. Remove the HDD iso. sheet. 1. Remove the two screws <H>.
3. Remove the HDD dumper. 2. Remove the CD-ROM drive plate.
4. Remove the HDD case. 3. Remove the CD-ROM drive FPC.
Screw<H>: XYN2+J4FN

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7. Wiring Connection Diagram
INVERTER PCB

LCD
MODULAR LAN
JK602 JK601

CN603
CN601 CN602
MINI-PCI
(FOR LAN)
CN801
MINI-PCI COM PCB SW
(FOR LED PCB CN802 801 POWER
MODULAR)
SPEAKER SPEAKER
(RIGHT) (LEFT)

FAN

PS2/
VGA SERIAL PORT PARALLEL PORT USB MOUSE DC-IN
CN5 CN4 CN3 CN2 CN1
JK1
CN16 CN17 CN20

CN22
CN19

CN6
MINI-
CN9

PC CARD
CN8

PCI SLOT
TYPE3

MAIN PCB
CN7 DIMM
CN10 CARD
CN14

MAIN BATTERY
CN11
CN12
CN13

HDD

FDD SDD PORT


REPLICATOR
INTERNAL
SERIAL
CN705 CN707

CN701
JK702 JK701

MIC
PAD PCB
HEAD-
I/F PCB
PHONE CN704 CN503 CN501
CN703
CN702

TOUCH
PAD
CD-ROM KEY-BOARD
DRIVE

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8. Exploded View

K93

Screw tightening torque E


K98
A 0.18 ± 0.02N·m
(1.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm) E
B 0.22 ± 0.02N·m K98
(2.2 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
C 0.44 ± 0.05N·m
(4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm)
E 0.27 ± 0.02N·m
(2.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm) K94
F 0.44 ± 0.049N·m K97
F
(4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm) F K205
K205 E
K218 K218 F
K5 K205
E K205
K7 F

K92
CN9-1
C

E
K99
E4 K89
E15 A
K221
K122

E
K100 K219 E
K108 BT1 K219
A E1
K85 K221 C
E8 K217 K107 E5
E10 K123
E11 K124
K121 K216
F C K21
K205 F K205
E27
K217
C
K10
K19

K17
K86
A
K215 A
K115 K215
B K23 K113
K1
K113 K102
K113
K113
K116
K120
K211B E2 K36
K1
A K118 K16
K90
B E11
K211
K12
K112

K8
K14

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K20
K41
K41
F
K2 B K204 K34
K27

K2
F F
K206 K206

K44 A
K4 K32
F
K206 F
F K204
K40 K206
K27
K44
K4 F
K206 K15
K27 F K202
A
K15 K222 F
F K206 K206
A K222
K35
K35
K22
E
K206
K104
E30 E K206
K114

K73
Screw tightening torque
A 0.18 ± 0.02N·m
(1.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm) K74
K75 A A
E 0.27 ± 0.02N·m
K222 K211
(2.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
F 0.441 ± 0.049N·m K125 A
(4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm)
E22 K211

K18
K75
A
K211 K68
K70
K69
K13 K72
K70
E20 C
K37 A
K208
K208 K47
A E21

E15
K38
K27
K115
E14

K117

8-2
K39

K51 K43

E28 K3
K33
K45

K26

K24
K28
K45
E K206 K46
K206 K26
Screw tightening torque
C 0.44 ± 0.05N·m K206 E9
(4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm) K111 E E
D 0.31 ± 0.02N·m K206
(3.2 ± 0.2kgf·cm) K28
E 0.27 ± 0.02N·m E
(2.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm) K11 K206

E
K206

K101
E
K206

K31

E
K206

K42

E29
E6

E12 E13 K9 C
K6 K206

C
K206
D D
K203 K203
8-3
K60
Screw tightening torque
A 0.18 ± 0.02N·m
(1.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm)
E 0.27 ± 0.02N·m
(2.8 ± 0.2kgf·cm) E
F 0.441 ± 0.049N·m K211
(4.5 ± 0.5kgf·cm)

K55
F
K201
F
K201

K65

K53
E17
A K52
K210 E
E18 E K211
K209
K119
K57
E16 F K201
K67
F K207

K57
K49 K56

K59 K57

K119 K57
A
K210

K119 A
K210
E E
K209 K209 K48

K64

K119 K50
K58

E19
A
E K209 K210

E
K209
E
K58
K209

K61

K63

E
K209

K63

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9. Replacement Parts List
(Main Block Unit, Mechanical Parts, Accessories and Packing Materrial)

Note: Important Safety Notic


Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of these components, use only manufacturer's specified parts.

REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY


Main Block Unit
E1 DL3U11111AAA PCB, MAIN (CF-48MxAxxxx) RTL 1
E1 DL3U11111BAA PCB, MAIN (CF-48NxFxxxx) RTL 1
E2 DL3U21111AAA PCB, COM RTL 1
E4 DL3U11112AAA PCB, IF RTL 1
E5 DL3U21112AAA PCB, LED RTL 1
E6 DL3U31112AAA PCB, PAD RTL 1
E8 DFWP0132ZA CARD, MODEM, MINI PCI 1
E9 L0AA03A00011 SPEAKER WITH CABLE 1
E 10 DFJS620ZA CABLE, MODEM 1
E 11 DFJS622ZB CABLE, B, LAN 1
E 12 DFJE9120ZA PAD, MAIN FF 1
E 13 DFJE9135ZB FFC, PAD SW 1
E 14 N3DAA1A00002 DRIVE, CD-ROM (CF-48xxxAxxx) 1
E 14 (M) DFWV78A0120 DRIVE, DVD-ROM (CF-48xxxBxxx),Region cod 1 1
E 14 (E,F,G,S,T,P) DFWV78A0121 DRIVE, DVD-ROM (CF-48xxxBxxx),Region cod 2 1
E 15 DLCR0148A01A FPC, CD-ROM 1
E 16 L5BDD3Q00003 LCD, 14.1" (CF-48x4xxxxx) 1
E 16 L5BDDDQ00001 LCD, 13.3" (CF-48x3xxxxx) 1
E 17 ECXF6314E PCB, INVERTER 1
E 18 DFJS617ZA CABLE, INVERTER 1
E 19 DFJS618ZA CABLE, SIGNAL, LCD (CF-48x4xxxxx) 1
E 19 DFJS619ZA CABLE, SIGNAL, LCD 13 (CF-48x3xxxxx) 1
E 20 DFJG065ZA-T FDD 1
E 21 DFJE9119ZA FFC, F 1
E 22 N3CABND00005 HDD, 10GB (CF-48xxAxxxx) 1
E 22 N3CABPD00002 HDD, 20GB (CF-48xxFxxxx) 1
E 27 UDQFFDH01 FAN 1
E 28 (M) DFSX1A71UATG KEYBOARD (US) 1
E 28 (E) DFSX1A72UATG KEYBOARD 1
E 28 (F) DFSX1A74UATG KEYBOARD 1
E 28 (G) DFSX1A73UATG KEYBOARD 1
E 28 (S) DFSX1A76UATG KEYBOARD 1
E 28 (T) DFSX1A75UATG KEYBOARD 1
E 28 (P) DFSX1A95UATG KEYBOARD 1
E 29 N2EAEFD00001 TOUCH PAD 1
E 30 DFJS308YA 48HDD_CABLE 1
Accessorie
A1 CF-AA1639AM1 AC ADAPTER 1
A 2 (M) DFJA0047ZAKK CABLE, AC 1
A3 DFJS535ZA CABLE, TELEPHONE, MODEM 1
A4 N4HUNSA00002 BATTERY PACK 1
A5 DFQX5082ZAT OPERATING INSTRUCTION 1
A 5 (E,F,G,S,T,P) *OPERATING INSTRUCTION MANUAL 1
Note: About the parts which written " * " above, please order to Computer Products Europe (CPE) written below.
Matsus hita Electric (U.K.) Ltd. Computer Products Europe (CPE) TEL: +44-1222-736060 FAX: +44-1222-735500

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REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
Packing Material
P1 DFPN9110ZAT CUSHION (COUPLE) 1
P2 DFPK1052ZAT PACKING CASE 1
Mechanical Parts
K1 DFUN0056ZA SPRING, COVER, PORT RE 2
K2 DFUN0048ZA SPRING, IC CARD 2
K3 DFUQ0077ZA SPRING, BUTTON, POWER 1
K4 DFUQ0078ZA SPRING, LOCK, COVER 2
K5 DFMD7703ZA GUIDE, FDD 1
K6 DFMD7704ZA PLATE, JOINT, BASE 1
K7 DFMD7705ZA SUPPORT L, TILT 1
K8 DFMD7706ZA SUPPORT R, TILT 1
K9 DFMD7707ZA PLATE, PAD 1
K 10 DFMD7741ZA ANGLE, PCB, SUB 1
K 11 DFMC0632ZA PLATE, SHIELD, TOP 1
K 12 DFMC0633ZA PLATE, SHIELD, TOP, HDD 1
K 13 DFMC0634ZA SHIELD, HDD PLATE, BOTTOM 1
K 14 DFMC0636ZA SHIELD, CDD 1
K 15 DFMC0643ZA COVER, SHIELD MEMORY 2
K 16 DFMC0644ZA COVER, SHIELD, MODULER 1
K 17 DFMC0649ZA PLATE U, SHIELD, BATTERY 1
K 18 DFMC0650ZA PLATE B, SHIELD, BATTERY 1
K 19 DFMC0652YA EARTH PLATE, PORT RE 2 1
K 20 DFMC0653ZA PLATE, EARTH, BATTERY 1
K 21 DFMC0656ZA SPRING, EARTH, LCD 1
K 22 DFMC0657ZA PLATE2, SHIELD, HDD 1
K 23 DFMC0667ZA EARTH, I/O PLATE 1
K 24 DFMX0853ZA SHEET, BLIND, FAN 1
K 26 DFHG1402ZA RUBBER, HOLD, SPEAKER 2
K 27 DFHG362ZA-0 RUBBER, FOOT 4
K 28 DFHG781ZAT RUBBER, KBD 2
K 31 DFKM0371ZB-0 CASE, TOP 1
K 32 DFKF0213ZA-0 CASE, BOTTOM 1
K 33 DFKE0549ZA-0 COVER, KBD (Deposit with LED Lens(K46).) 1
K 34 DFKE0550ZA-0 BLIND, MODULER 1
K 35 DFKE0552ZA-0 COVER, MEMORY 2
K 36 DFKE0555ZA-0 COVER, PORT RE 2
K 37 DFKE0556ZA-0 COVER, BATTERY 1
K 38 DFKE0557ZA-0 COVER, HDD 1
K 39 DFGK0125ZA SHEET, LENS, LED 1
K 40 DFGL0089ZA-0 LENS, LED, FRONT 1
K 41 DFGE0025ZB-1 COVER, IC CARD 2
K 42 DFBC0252ZA-0 BUTTON, PAD 1
K 43 DFBC0253ZA-0 BUTTON, POWER 1
K 44 DFBD0135ZA-0 LOCK, COVER 2
K 45 DFHR5817ZA-0 HOLDER, SPEAKER 2
K 46 DFGL0090ZA-0 LED LENS,BIHIND (Deposit with KBD Cover(K33).) 1
K 47 DFMD7498ZA PLATE, CD-ROM 1
K 48 DFUW0074YA SPRING, LOCK LCD 1
K 49 DFMD7708ZA PLATE L, LCD 1
K 50 DFMD7709ZA PLATE R, LCD (CF-48x4xxxxx) 1
K 50 DFMD7720ZA PLATE R, LG, LCD 13 (CF-48x3xxxxx) 1
K 51 DFKE8140ZA ASS'Y, COVER, KBD 1
K 52 DFMC9038ZA ASS'Y, PLATE, EARTH, LCD 1
K 53 DFMX0839ZA ISOLATION, INVERTER 1
K 55 DFBH1113ZA TILT L 1

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REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
K 56 DFBH1114ZA TILT R 1
K 57 DFHG804ZA SPACER, LCD 4
K 58 DFHG799ZA RUBBER, LCD 2
K 59 DFHE0424ZA GASKET 1
K 60 DFKM9015ZA-0 ASS'Y, COVER, REAR, LCD 1
K 61 DFKE0547ZA-0 BEZEL, FRONT, LCD 13 (CF-48x3xxxxx) 1
K 61 DFKE0548ZA-0 BEZEL, FRONT, LCD 14 (CF-48x4xxxxx) 1
K 63 DFGX0283ZA-0 SHEET, SCREW, LCD 2
K 64 DFBD0134ZA-0 LOCK, LCD 1
K 65 DFHR5849ZA-0 CLAMP CABLE, LCD 1
K 67 DFHR7658ZA TAPE, CON, LCD 14 (CF-48x4xxxxx) 1
K 67 DFHR7666ZB SHEET, CON, LCD 13 (CF-48x3xxxxx) 1
K 68 DFMD7702ZA PLATE, FDD 1
K 69 DFHE0430ZA GASKET 1
K 70 DFKE0554ZA-0 SPACER, BEZEL, FDD 2
K 72 DFMC0635ZA CASE, HDD 1
K 73 DFMC0658ZA COVER, CASE, HDD 1
K 74 DFMX0874ZA SHEET, ISO, HDD 1
K 75 DFHG774ZA DUMPER, HDD 2
K 85 DFMC0668ZA SHEET, SHIELD MINI PCI 1
K 86 DFMC9037ZA ASSY, IO PLATE 1
K 89 DFMX0837ZB SHEET, ISOLATION, FDD 1
K 90 DFMX0873ZA SHEET, ISO, MODULER 1
K 92 DFMY0248ZA SHEET, H/SINK, CPU 1
K 93 DFMY3093ZA PLATE, CPU, TOP (BGA) 1
K 94 DFMY3094ZA PLATE, CPU, BOTTOM (BGA) 1
K 97 DFMY3097ZA HEAT SINK, BGA, CPU 1
K 98 DFDF3132ZA SPACER, H/SINK 3
K 99 DFDF3137ZA SHAFT, SPACER 1
K 100 DFHE0427ZA GASKET 1
K 101 DFHE0428ZA GASKET 1
K 102 DFHE0429ZA GASKET 1
K 104 (E,F,G,S,T,P) DFGT0815ZA RATING LABEL (EU) 1
K 104 (M) DFGT0814ZA RATING LABEL (US) 1
K 107 DFMX0854ZA RTC BATTERY ISO SHEET 1
K 108 DFMX0862ZA PCMCIA ISO SHEET 1
K 111 DFQT6174ZB LABEL, HIGH TEMPERATURE 1
K 112 DFHG806ZA CUSHION, SHIELD, CD 1
K 113 DFHE0446ZA GASKET 4
K 114 DFHE0447ZA GASKET 3
K 115 DFHE0448ZA GASKET 2
K 116 DFHR7926ZA SHEET, SHIELD, HDD 1
K 117 DFMC0522ZA TAPE, CU, LCD (CF-48xxxAxxx) 1
K 118 DFMC0522ZA TAPE, CU, LCD 1
K 119 DFHR7924ZA SHEET, PLT, LCD (CF-48x4xxxxx) 4
K 120 DFMC0673ZA TAPE, CU, SHIELD 1
K 121 DFMC0679ZA TAPE, SHIELD, PCI 1
K 122 DFMX0878ZA SHEET, PCI 1
K 123 DFHG805ZA SPACER, EARTH, HDD 1
K 124 DFMX0877ZA ISOLATION, DIMMSOKET 1
K 125 DFWV99A0048 HDD Mounting Kit for Support 1
K 201 XYN26+J4 SCREW 3
K 202 XYN26+J8FZ SCREW 1
K 203 XTB2+6G SCREW 4
K 204 XTB26+10GFZ SCREW 2
K 205 XTB26+8G SCREW 6

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REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
K 206 DXSB26+4FZMT SCREW 18
K 207 DXSN26+25MT SCREW 1
K 208 XYN2+J4FN SCREW 2
K 209 DXHM0009XB SCREW 7
K 210 DXQT2+D2L SCREW (CF-48x3xxxxx) 4
K 210 DFHE5122ZA SCREW (CF-48x4xxxxx) 4
K 211 DFHE5121YA SCREW 7
K 215 XYN2+J6 SCREW 2
K 216 XYN25+J5FZ SCREW 2
K 217 IKT0104AA SCREW 6
K 218 DXHM0009XA SCREW 2
K 219 DXSB26+4FZMT SCREW 2
K 221 XYN2+J6 SCREW 4
K 222 XYN2+J4FN SCREW 3

Note: Deposit the LED lens (K46) to the KBD cover (K46).

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CF-48 Electrical Replacement Parts List
REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
Main PCB
BT 1 ! CR2032 RTC BATTERY 1
C 2 446 447 448 449 EEFCD0D101R CAPACITOR, 2V, 100ÊF 5
C34 EEFCD0D101R CAPACITOR, 2V, 100ÊF 2
C 8 9 12 16 18 20 21 23
25 26 28 33 34 35 37 38
39 40 42 43 44 52 55 57
61 75 77 81 95 97 100 103
104 110 125 137 143 145
ECUV1E104ZFV CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.1ÊF 66
153 154 162 177 194 197
202 205 206 207 208 213
246 247 249 268 293 302
309 315 368 388 413 414
417 421 458 459
C 14 32 41 72 76 80 84
DCUJ1A105ZFL CAPACITOR, 10V, 1ÊF 13
276 306 308 310 416 422
C 15 24 30 36 58 70 74 78
82 297 386 406 407 408 DCUJ1A105ZFL CAPACITOR, 10V, 1ÊF 16
423 436
C 19 45 47 50 53 67 69 85
93 99 111 112 115 116
117 122 124 127 131 133
134 141 142 147 150 152
155 160 164 166 171 174
192 209 210 211 212 229
ECUV1E104ZFV CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.1ÊF 72
230 231 233 234 239 250
251 253 254 260 261 264
265 272 274 316 323 351
379 380 381 382 384 385
387 395 405 426 429 430
433 434 466 467
C 27 168 169 232 248 312 ECUV1H101JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 100pF 6
C 46 186 ECUV1H470JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 47pF 2
C 54 DCS0GTA221M CAPACITOR, 4V, 220pF 1
C 62 215 ECUV1H150JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 15pF 2
C 64 300 301 ECST1AX226R CAPACITOR, 10V, 22ÊF 3
C 66 DCS1AN336CE CAPACITOR, 10V, 33ÊF 1
C 89 193 352 353 354 355
ECUV1H101JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 100pF 12
356 357 358 359 463 464
C 91 94 330 331 332 333
338 341 342 343 344 347 ECUV1H221JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 220pF 15
348 399 403
C 108 129 130 138 148
167 172 184 227 273 327
ECUV1H102JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF 20
360 361 362 363 364 365
366 367 410
C 113 183 191 195 445 DCUE1C106MBY CAPACITOR, 16V, 10ÊF 5
C 121 175 179 180 181
ECUV1H103KBV CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.01ÊF 6
305
C 126 128 178 190 258
DCUC1A106ZFY CAPACITOR, 10V, 10ÊF 11
259 262 457 460461 462

9-5
REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
C 132 139 140 144 149
ECUV1C224ZFV CAPACITOR, 16V, 0.22ÊF 13
151 185 267 373 374 375
C 156 228 409 411 ECUV1H102JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 1000pF 4
C 161 176 244 263 DCUC1A106ZFY CAPACITOR, 10V, 10ÊF 4
C 163 ECUV1H680JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 68pF 1
C 170 ECUV1H472KBV CAPACITOR, 50V, 4700pF 1
C 182 236 275 339 340
ECUV1C105ZFX CAPACITOR, 16V, 1ÊF 9
349 350 431 437
C 187 418 424 438 439 ECUV1H103KBV CAPACITOR, 50V, 0.01ÊF 5
C 188 390 415 425 ICUV1C475ZFX CAPACITOR, 16V, 4.7ÊF 4
C 189 ECUV1H331JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 330pF 1
C 200 201 ECUV1H080DCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 8pF 2
C 203 204 ECST0JC476R CAPACITOR, 6.8V, 47ÊF 2
C 214 216 218 255 378 ECUV1H100DCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 10pF 5
C 221 224 252 266 320
ECUV1H330JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 33pF 7
321 322
C 225 226 ECUV1H220JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 22pF 2
C 240 241 242 243 277
292 369 370 371 372 427 ECUV1H470JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 47pF 12
428
C 245 ECUV1H222KBV CAPACITOR, 50V, 2200pF 1
C 269 270 271 ECUV1H471JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 470pF 3
C 294 295 296 299 303
ECUV1H150JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 15pF 6
317
C 304 DCUE1C106ZFY CAPACITOR, 16V, 10ÊF 1
C 307 ECUV1C105ZFX CAPACITOR, 16V, 1ÊF 1
C 311 ICUV1C475ZFX CAPACITOR, 16V, 4.7ÊF 1
C 313 419 DCUE1C106MBY CAPACITOR, 16V, 10ÊF 2
C 314 EEVFC1C470P CAPACITOR, 16V, 47ÊF 1
C 318 319 ECUV1H080DCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 8pF 2
C 325 326 DCUC0J106KBY CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 10ÊF 2
C 334 335 336 337 401
ECUV1H221JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 220pF 6
402
C 345 ECUV1H681JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 680pF 1
C 346 ECUV1H681JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 680pF 1
C 377 ECUV1H100DCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 10pF 1
C 389 392 EEVHA0J470R CAPACITOR, 6.8V, 47ÊF 2
C 391 ECST1CX106R CAPACITOR, 16V, 10ÊF 1
C 394 ECST1CD476R CAPACITOR, 16V, 47ÊF 1
C 396 ECUV1H471JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 470pF 1
C 397 398 400 ECUV1H330JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 33pF 3
C 420 ECST1AY106R CAPACITOR, 10V, 10ÊF 1
C 441 DCS1AP107DE CAPACITOR, 10V, 100ÊF 1
C 444 ECUV1H680JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 68pF 1
C 450 451 452 DCS1AP107DE CAPACITOR, 10V, 100ÊF 3
C 453 454 455 DCS0JP157DE CAPACITOR, 6.3V, 150ÊF 3
C 469 DCUC1A226ZFY CAPACITOR, 10V, 22ÊF 1
CN 1 DFJS454ZA006 CONNECTOR, FOR EXT.KB(PS/2) 1
CN 2 DFJS587ZA008 CONNECTOR, FOR SUB RECEPTACLE 1
CN 3 DFJS452YA025 CONNECTOR, FOR PARALLEL PORT 1
CN 4 DFJP191YA009 CONNECTOR, FOR SERIAL PORT 1
CN 5 DFJS453YA015 CONNECTOR, FOR VGA 1
CN 6 DFJS553ZA100 CONNECTOR, FOR PORT REPLICATOR 1
CN 7 DFJS451ZA144 CONNECTOR, FOR DIMM (RAM CARD) 1

9-6
REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
CN 8 K3ZZ12400001 CONNECTOR, FOR, MINI- PCI (TYPE 3) 1
CN 9 K1NBF4Z00001 CONNECTOR, FOR PCMCIA 1
CN 9 K1MMF4A00001 CONNECTOR, FOR CARD BUS EJECTOR 1
CN 10 DFJP216ZA008 CONNECTOR, FOR MAIN BATTERY 1
CN 11 K1KAC0A00032 CONNECTOR, FOR SUB PCB I/F 1
CN 12 DFJP50C96ZA CONNECTOR, FOR HDD I/F 1
CN 13 DFJS085YA026 CONNECTOR, FOR FDD I/F 1
CN 14 FH12-50S05SV CONNECTOR, FOR SDD I/F 1
CN 16 DFJS310ZA005 CONNECTOR, FOR BACKLIGHT I/F 1
CN 17 DFJP112ZA020 CONNECTOR, FOR LCD I/F 1
CN 19 DFJS310ZA002 CONNECTOR, FOR FAN (CPU) 1
CN 20 DFJP131ZA020 CONNECTOR, FOR LED I/F 1
CN 22 K1MP06B00011 CONNECTOR, FOR COM PCB 1
D 1 7 8 33 MA729-TX DIODE 4
D25 MA729-TX DIODE 2
D346 DEDDA204UT DIODE 3
D 9 20 22 DEDSFPB64V DIODE 3
D 10 16 24 DEDRB715FT7 DIODE 3
D 11 DEDRB411DT47 DIODE 1
D 12 13 14 DEDDA204UT DIODE 3
D 15 17 34 DEDAP202UT7 DIODE 3
D 18 DEDRB420DT97 DIODE 1
D 19 DEDASFPA73V DIODE 1
D 21 35 DEDAP202UT7 DIODE 2
D 23 DEDUDZ9R1BT DIODE 1
D 25 26 DEDRB081L20 DIODE 2
D 27 DEDUDZ18BT DIODE 1
D 28 DEDUDZ6R2BT DIODE 1
D 29 DEDUDZ6R2BT DIODE 1
D 30 DEDUDZ5R1BT DIODE 1
D 31 DEDUDZ4R7BT DIODE 1
D 32 DED03P2JT1-D DIODE 1
F1 XBAD4516R30L FUSE (6.3) 1
F23 XBADMMCT010U FUSE (1A) 2
IC 2 C1DB00000578 IC, TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1
IC 3 DAW82443BXCI IC, 443BX 1
IC 4 DA9714DYBX3A IC, CLOCK 1
IC 5 6 7 8 DASM716FTL80 IC,SD RAM 4
IC 9 10 11 12 DASM716FTL80 IC, SD RAM (CF-48xxFxxxx) 4
IC 13 DAFW82371M-I IC, PIIX4 1
IC 14 C1DB00000524 IC, VGA CONTROLLER 1
IC 15 DA7SH32U85L0 IC, OR GATE 1
IC 16 C0DBEHG00002 IC, REGULATOR 1
IC 17 IDTFST3125Q IC, BUFFER 1
IC 19 DARB5C4782BR IC, FOR PC CARD CONTROLLER 1
IC 21 DA2563A1SX2V IC, REGULATOR 1
IC 22 C1DB00000475 IC, GCL 1
IC 23 DA97338VJG-N IC, SUPER I/O 1
IC 24 DA7S04FT85L0 IC, INVERTER 1
IC 25 ADM211EARSRL IC, BUFFER 1
IC 26 DA38802M280M IC, MICOM (8 BITS) FOR KBC 1
IC 27 TVHC32FTL IC, OR GATE 1
IC 28 31 53 DA7SH08U85L0 IC, AND GATE 3

9-7
REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
IC 29 DA7SH32U85L0 IC, OR GATE 1
IC 30 C1DB00000512 IC, SOUND 1
IC 32 C0DBZHG00004 IC, USB, POWER CONTROLER 1
IC 33 C1DB00000536 IC, SOUND AMP 1
IC 34 DALP298050N IC, REGULATOR 1
IC 35 DAM2904MT1-P IC, OP AMP 1
IC 36 37 DA7ST08U85L0 IC, AND GATE 2
IC 38 DAPST9140NXT IC, REGULATOR 1
IC 39 40 DAPST9125NXT IC, REGULATOR 2
IC 41 42 DA7W14UT12L0 IC, INVERTER 2
IC 43 DAM2370R121P IC, REGULATOR (12V) 1
IC 44 C1DB00000534 IC, VM1 1
IC 45 DAB664ETBX3A IC, CLOCK BUFFER 1
IC 46 C0DBEZG00006 IC, REGULATOR (VCT) 1
IC 47 XC62FP2502PR IC, REGULATOR (VC25) 1
IC 48 DA7S14FT85L0 IC, INVERTER 1
IC 49 56 DA7S14FT85L0 IC, INVERTER 2
IC 50 DA39VF04CX2I IC, FLASH ROM (BIOS) 1
IC 51 DA7S32FT85L0 IC, OR GATE 1
IC 52 DAF3434T000H IC, EC 1
IC 54 DALP298030N IC, REGULATOR 1
IC 55 DA7W02UT12L0 IC, NOR GATE 1
IC 57 C0DBAFH00005 IC, REGULATOR (VC1) 1
IC 58 C0DBAZZ00039 IC, REGULATOR (VB5,VA3) 1
IC 59 XC62FP2502PR IC, REGULATOR 1
JK 1 DFJJB3Z07ZAH JK,DC IN 1
L1 DDAZR4R7KT2L COIL, 4.7mH 1
L34 DDB5Z005-L FERRITE BEAD 2
L 5 6 10 11 23 26 32 33 34
DDB5Z034B-Y FERRITE BEAD 12
35 36 38
L 7 8 9 24 37 39 DDB5Z034B-Y FERRITE BEAD 6
L 12 17 18 DDB5Z005-L FERRITE BEAD 3
L 15 16 DDB5Z031I-L FERRITE BEAD 2
L 20 25 41 DDB5Z031J-L FERRITE BEAD 3
L 21 DDB5Z028C-L FERRITE BEAD 1
L 22 DDB5Z031J-L FERRITE BEAD 1
L 27 DDAZS100MTZ8 COIL, 10mH 1
L 28 DDAZZ100MT-T COIL, 10mH 1
L 29 G1C1R1MA0028 COIL, 1.1mH 1
L 31 G0A330H00006 COIL, 33mH 1
PS 1 2 ERY32SA120VA POLY SW (1.2A) 2
Q1 DAFDS6670A TRANSISTOR 1
Q2 DA3LN01STL TRANSISTOR 1
Q3 2SK1582T2 TRANSISTOR 1
Q 4 9 44 45 66 68 71 DETC114YETL TRANSISTOR 7
Q 5 10 14 15 17 19 31 33
42 46 52 53 54 55 56 57 DETC114YETL TRANSISTOR 18
73 78
Q 6 21 27 29 30 32 DETA114EETL TRANSISTOR 6
Q 11 34 36 41 43 74 DETA144EETL TRANSISTOR 6
Q 12 DASI4410DYTA TRANSISTOR 1
Q 16 2SJ187TD TRANSISTOR 1
Q 18 DA3LN01STL TRANSISTOR 1
Q 22 23 24 26 28 DETA114EETL TRANSISTOR 5
9-8
REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
Q 35 37 38 39 DAFDN359AN TRANSISTOR 4
Q 47 48 59 DETA144EETL TRANSISTOR 3
Q 49 DASI4410DYTA TRANSISTOR 1
Q 50 51 DAFDS6912A TRANSISTOR 2
Q 58 DAFDS6690A TRANSISTOR 1
Q 60 DAFDS6670A TRANSISTOR 1
Q 61 2SK1582T2 TRANSISTOR 1
Q 62 72 DASI4435DYTA TRANSISTOR 2
Q 63 DAUPA1700AE2 TRANSISTOR 1
Q 64 DAUPA1700AE2 TRANSISTOR 1
Q 65 DAFDS6912A TRANSISTOR 1
Q 67 77 DETC144EETL TRANSISTOR 2
Q 69 DETUMG2NTR TRANSISTOR 1
Q 70 DASI9435DYT2 TRANSISTOR 1
R 1 12 16 21 22 74 226
227 232 260 261 357 386 ERJ3GEYJ102V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1K¶ 15
411 417
R 2 3 134 141 200 221
ERJ3GEYJ104V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100K¶ 10
415 416 422 469
R 4 7 187 188 189 190
ERJ3GEYJ330V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33¶ 11
209 219 239 240 242
R5 ERJ3EKF1100V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 110¶ 1
R 9 54 137 148 149 150
151 152 153 154 160 216
217 218 220 222 224 225 ERJ3GEY0R00V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0¶ 27
229 279 291 418 419 420
421 455 456
R 10 ERJ3EKF56R2V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 56.2¶ 1
R 15 18 19 ERJ3GEYJ510V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 51¶ 3
R 23 47 ERA3YED152V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.5K¶ 2
R 24 48 483 ERA3YED102V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1K¶ 3
R 25 484 ERA3YED202V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2K¶ 2
R 26 130 ERA3YED202V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2K¶ 2
R 27 28 115 116 ERJ3GEYJ151V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 150¶ 4
R 29 30 32 38 42 49 50 51
57 59 61 119 124 127 163
ERJ3GEY0R00V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0¶ 25
164 179 295 296 305 306
374 424 475 482
R 31 85 412 414 ERJ3GEYJ562V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.6K¶ 4
R 34 56 104 105 168 175
178 181 257 281 331 365 ERJ3GEYJ103V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10K¶ 16
366 457 458 470
R 39 44 62 63 64 78 98 99
125 158 169 171 184 186
ERJ3GEYJ103V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10K¶ 24
262 263 275 276 304 308
434 451 459 460
R 43 68 389 390 403 404 DBJ14RR047VM RESISTOR, 1/4W, 0.047¶ 6
R 45 46 253 267 ERJ3GEYJ180V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 18¶ 4
R 60 ERA3YKD683V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 68K¶ 1
R 65 DBJ8GF0R10VM RESISTOR, 1/8W, 0.1¶ 1
R 66 113 ERJ3EKF3600V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 360¶ 2
R 67 ERJ3EKF56R2V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 56.2¶ 1
R 69 ERJ3GEYJ271V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 270¶ 1

9-9
REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
R 70 73 75 84 112 201
ERJ3GEYJ102V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1K¶ 10
202 266 358 446
R 72 90 111 ERJ3GEYJ152V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.5K¶ 3
R 77 103 208 264 274 302
ERJ3GEYJ473V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 47K¶ 10
303 307 433 449
R 79 173 473 ERJ3GEYJ220V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 22¶ 3
R 80 268 269 270 ERJ3GEYJ220V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 22¶ 4
R 82 161 ERJ3GEYJ100V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10¶ 2
R 83 108 427 428 ERJ6GEY0R00V RESISTOR, 1/10W, 0¶ 4
R 86 91 95 96 97 142 156
ERJ3GEYJ473V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 47K¶ 11
157 330 406 407
R 87 283 284 285 ERJ3GEYJ333V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33K¶ 4
R 100 102 110 144 DDB5Z034B-Y FERRITE BEAD 4
R 101 139 ERJ3GEYJ471V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 470¶ 2
R 114 ERJ3GEYJ681V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 680¶ 1
R 117 238 246 249 250
ERJ3GEYJ100V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10¶ 6
278
R 118 345 ERJ3GEYJ221V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220¶ 2
R 120 121 122 293 328
ERJ3GEYJ472V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7K¶ 6
344
R 128 ERJ3GEYJ152V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.5K¶ 1
R 126 129 211 212 213
ERJ3GEYJ153V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 15K¶ 6
214
R 131 ERA3YED103V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10K¶ 1
R 132 ERJ3GEYJ153V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 15K¶ 1
R 133 361 ERJ3GEYJ223V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 22K¶ 2
R 135 199 256 265 272
ERJ3GEYJ101V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100¶ 9
294 321 322 323
R 140 ERJ3GEYJ4R7V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7¶ 1
R 143 ERJ3GEYJ331V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 330¶ 1
R 155 258 259 277 ERJ3GEYJ104V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100K¶ 4
R 162 ERJ3GEYJ333V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33K¶ 1
R 180 247 282 ERJ3GEYJ105V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1M¶ 3
R 197 ERJ3GEYJ106V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10M¶ 1
R 198 ERJ3GEYJ154V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 150K¶ 1
R 203 204 205 206 ERJ3GEYJ270V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 27¶ 4
R 228 230 231 ERJ3GEYJ330V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33¶ 3
R 233 474 ERJ3GEYJ562V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 5.6K¶ 2
R 245 370 371 372 373 ERJ3GEYJ105V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1M¶ 5
R 254 297 311 ERJ3GEYJ222V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2K¶ 3
R 271 287 292 298 408 ERJ3GEYJ101V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 100¶ 5
R 273 349 351 ERJ3GEYJ472V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4.7K¶ 3
R 299 301 309 ERJ3GEYJ222V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 2.2K¶ 3
R 310 313 ERJ6ENF75R0V RESISTOR, 1/10W, 75.0¶ 2
R 312 ERJ6ENF75R0V RESISTOR, 1/10W, 75.0¶ 1
R 315 ERJ3GEYJ332V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3.3K¶ 1
R 316 333 ERA3YED201V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 200¶ 2
R 317 318 ERJ3GEYJ474V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 470K¶ 2
R 319 ERJ3GEYJ224V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220K¶ 1
R 326 327 ERJ3GEYJ224V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220K¶ 2
R 335 ERJ3GEYJ271V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 270¶ 1
R 336 ERA3EED4991V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 4990¶ 1
R 337 DBJ14RR033VM RESISTOR, 1/4W, 0.033¶ 1
R 346 ERA3YKD154V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 150K¶ 1

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REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
R 347 ERJ3GEYJ221V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 220¶ 1
R 348 ERJ3GEYJ621V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 620¶ 1
R 350 ERA3YED333V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33K¶ 1
R 352 353 356 360 ERJ6GEYJ101V RESISTOR, 1/10W, 100¶ 4
R 359 ERJ3GEYJ3R3V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 3.3¶ 1
R 362 363 413 ERJ6GEYJ222V RESISTOR, 1/10W, 2.2K¶ 3
R 364 ERJ3GEYJ474V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 470K¶ 1
R 375 ERA3YED203V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 20K¶ 1
R 376 ERA3YED152V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 1.5K¶ 1
R 377 ERA3YED333V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 33K¶ 1
R 379 380 381 382 383 DBJ14RR022VM RESISTOR, 1/4W, 0.022¶ 5
R 388 DBJ14RR068VM RESISTOR, 1/4W, 0.068¶ 1
R 435 436 ERA3YED103V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 10K¶ 2
R 437 ERJ3GEYJ561V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 560¶ 1
R 450 ERJ6GEYJ1R0V RESISTOR, 1/10W, 1.0¶ 1
RA 1 DEAC168J152C RESISTOR ARRAY, 1.5K¶ 1
RA 2 3 4 5 6 74 DEAYC164JR00 RESISTOR ARRAY, 0¶ 6
RA 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
DEAYC164J180 RESISTOR ARRAY, 18¶ 16
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
RA 23 DEAYC164J473 RESISTOR ARRAY, 47K¶ 1
RA 24 DEAYC164J104 RESISTOR ARRAY, 100K¶ 1
RA 25 26 27 30 31 32 38
DEAC168J103C RESISTOR ARRAY, 10K¶ 13
39 40 60 67 69 70
RA 28 62 DEAYC164J102 RESISTOR ARRAY, 1K¶ 2
RA 29 DEAYC164J472 RESISTOR ARRAY, 4.7K¶ 1
RA 33 DEAC168J103C RESISTOR ARRAY, 10K¶ 1
RA 34 DEAYC164J103 RESISTOR ARRAY, 10K¶ 1
RA 35 49 50 52 61 DEAYC164J473 RESISTOR ARRAY, 47K¶ 5
RA 36 73 DEAYC164J103 RESISTOR ARRAY, 10K¶ 2
RA 37 41 44 45 46 48 54
DEAYC164J330 RESISTOR ARRAY, 33¶ 11
57 58 59 72
RA 47 DEAYC164J472 RESISTOR ARRAY, 4.7K¶ 1
RA 51 53 DEAC168J104C RESISTOR ARRAY, 100K¶ 2
RA 55 56 DEAYC164J330 RESISTOR ARRAY, 33¶ 2
RA 63 DEAYC164J220 RESISTOR ARRAY, 22¶ 1
RA 64 65 DEAYC164J220 RESISTOR ARRAY, 22¶ 2
RA 66 68 DEAC168J472C RESISTOR ARRAY, 4.7K¶ 2
RA 71 DEAYC164J221 RESISTOR ARRAY, 220¶ 1
SW 1 DFSS2B14ZAXN SW SLIDE 1
X1 IEV0399AA-K OSCILLATOR (14318.18KHz) 1
X2 DECU00032M1D OSCILLATOR (32.768KHz) 1
X3 DEBI8R00N1LX OSCILLATOR (8.00MHz) 1
X4 H0J491500006 OSCILLATOR (49.1520MHz) 1
X5 DEBI8R00N1LX OSCILLATOR (8.00MHz) 1
COM PCB
CN 601 DFJP173ZA002 CONNECTOR, FOR MINI-PCI 1
CN 602 DFJP173ZA005 CONNECTOR, FOR MINI-PCI 1
CN 603 K1MP06B00011 CONNECTOR, FOR MAIN 1
D 602 D4ED1120A002 DIODE 1
JK 601 K2LC108B0020 JK, FOR RJ11 (MODEM) 1
JK 602 K2LB104B0019 CONNECTOR, FOR RJ45 (LAN) 1
R 601 602 ERJ3GEYJ750V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 75¶ 2
R 603 604 ERJ3GEY0R00V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0¶ 2
L 601 602 J0JCC0000092 BEAD CORE 2
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REF. NO. and AREA PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
PAD PCB
C 501 DCUC1A106ZFY CAPACITOR, 10V, 10ÊF 1
CN 501 DFJS208ZA008 CONNECTOR, FOR IF PCB 1
CN 503 DFJS208ZA008 CONNECTOR, FOR Synaptics 1
R 502 ERJ3GEY0R00V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0¶ 1
SW 501 502 EVQPLDA15 SW 2
I/F PCB
C 701 DCS1AP107DE CAPACITOR, 10V, 100ÊF 1
C 702 703 ECUV1H470JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 47pF 2
C 705 711 713 ECUV1E104ZFV CAPACITOR, 25V, 0.1ÊF 3
C 706 707 708 710 ECUV1H101JCV CAPACITOR, 50V, 100pF 4
C 709 ECUV1C105ZFX CAPACITOR, 16V, 1ÊF 1
C 714 ECUV1E104ZFV CAPPACITOR, 25V, 0.1ÊF 1
CN 701 K1KBC0A00038 CONNECTOR, FOR MAIN PCB I/F 1
CN 702 DFJS120ZA050 CONNECTOR, FOR CD-ROM 1
CN 703 DFJS311ZA016 CONNECTOR, FOR KB2 1
CN 704 DFJS311ZA013 CONNECTOR, FOR KB1 1
CN 705 DFJS208ZA008 CONNECTOR, FIR 1
CN 707 DFJS265ZA012 CONNECTOR, FOR INT. SERIAL I/F 1
F 701 XBADMMCT020U FUSE (2A) 1
JK 701 702 DFJJD6S10ZAG CONNECTOR, FOR MICROPHONE, HEADPHONE 2
L 701 702 703 704 710
DDB5Z021C-Y FERRITE BEAD 6
711
LD 701 SEC2764C LED 1
LD 702 SEC1703C LED 1
R 713 714 715 716 717
ERJ3GEY0R00V RESISTOR, 1/16W, 0¶ 8
718 719 720
LED PCB
CN 801 DFJS319ZA020 CONNECTOR, FOR MAIN I/F 1
LD 801 802 803 804 805
SEC1703C LED 7
806 807
SW 801 EVQPLMA15 SW 1
SW 802 K0L1BA000055 SW 1
CN 802 K1KA04B00140 CONNECTOR, 1

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