Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 12

IN-SERVICE

TRAINING/
SEMINAR FOR
ASSEMBLY &
DISASSEMBLY OF July 8, 2019
Prepared by:

COMPUTERS BERNADETTE A. DELA


CRUZ
STEPS TO FOLLOW FOR
ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY
1. Make sure to follow the OHS(Occupational Health & Safety)
procedures
2. Prepare the tools needed for Assembly/Disassembly.
3. Check if assigned terminal is working.
4. Prepare and execute the proper disassembly procedure.
5. Prepare and execute the proper assembly procedure.
6. Test if the assembled system unit is working.
7. Make sure to take note the time covered from
step 1 to step 5.
15 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY(OHS)
PROCEDURE
1. Read and follow instruction on the manual carefully.
2. Do not work alone so that there’s someone who can take
care of you in case of accident or emergency.
3. Always power off and unplug the computer before working
on it.
4. Take off any metal objects on your arms or fingers such as
bracelets, rings or watches. Even if your unit is unplugged,
there may still be some remaining electric charge.
5. Always ground or discharge yourself before touching any
part of the computer (such as the computer casing) and
make sure your hands are completely dry to avoid damaging
any mechanical parts as well as to avoid electrocution. Use
anti-static wrist strap to protect yourself and the computer
components. NEXT
15 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY(OHS)
PROCEDURE
6. Be careful with the tools that may cause short circuit (such
as screw drivers)
7. Handle all parts with care. Place each piece you remove
carefully down onto a stable surface or on the anti-static
mat, if a component does not come out easily, do not use
excessive force if things don’t quite slip into place or when
you’re removing it. Instead, check if you are removing it
correctly and no wires still connected in the hardware.
8. Always pull the cable connector on the handle and not on
the cable itself
9. Be sure you’re standing in a dry place and use only rubber
shoes when standing on the ground or in a concrete floor.
10. Make sure that the pins are properly aligned when
connecting a cable connector.
15 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY(OHS)
PROCEDURE
11. Take away any liquid such as mineral water or soft drinks
near your working area or near computers, the three of the
most damaging things to a computer are moisture (sweat,
drinking water), shock (electric or from being dropped) and
dust (any debris from household dust to bits of food).
12. Personal protective equipment is correctly used in
accordance with organization OHS procedures and practice.
13. Hazard/risks in the workplace and their corresponding
indicators are identified to minimize or eliminate risk to co-
workers, workplace and environment.
14. Take necessary precautions to protect the component of
the computer from damaged cause by Electrostatic
Discharge (ESD).
MAIN
15. Hold the components by edges and do not touch the IC’s.
TOOLS FOR ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY
1. ANTI-STATIC WRIST STRAP 2. ANTI-STATIC MAT
TOOLS FOR ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY
3. PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER

MAIN
Check if assigned terminal is working.
As long as the BIOS setup
screen appears on screen, it
means the computer is
working.

MAIN
Disassembly Procedure
1. Make sure to turn off the computer and remove all power plugs.

2. Set the system unit on a clean working space/table.

3. Disconnect all the cables found on the motherboard connecting to


all other system unit components (PSU, optical drive, HDD, front
panel)
Disassembly Procedure
4. Remove all system
components in a clockwise
direction starting from the
PSU. Utilize Philips screw
driver to remove screws.
A. PSU
B. optical drive
C. HDD
D. VGA adapter
E. memory
F. motherboard
Disassembly Procedure
5. Make sure to place all system components carefully on the anti-static
mat.

MAIN
Assembly Procedure
1. Place back all system components in the system unit case in
counterclockwise order starting from the motherboard. Utilize Philips
screw driver to place back all screws.
A. motherboard (memory placed in memory slot)
B. VGA adapter
C. HDD
D. optical drive
E. PSU MAIN