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Welcome to the World of HomeBread Making!
Make sure you follow the instruction below, to ensure your first HomeBread will be perfect
Steps to ensure your bread will be simply Sensational:
Identify your breadmaking machine on the back of this pamphlet Check on the back of the flour bag, and take note of the recipe number In the columns next to your breadmaker you will find the precise measurements for your machine and your chosen mix (recipe 1, 2, 3 or 4) We can not emphasize enough that you take some time to measure the ingredients accurately Most case where bread does not turn out as expected, can be laid down to inaccuracy. Ensure you have accurate scales to weigh your flour, and a jug that measures per 10ml. Alternatively, weigh the water (ie 300ml = 300 g) Jugs can be notoriously inaccurate ! If you have yeast, and you had it for a while, it might pay you to get a fresh pack. We recommend Fermipan, which you can get from our stores, but any fresh one will do Yeast need to be stored in an airtight container (no screwtop) in the fridge
Apart from that, simply fill the bread tin with the water (tepid), the flour and finally the yeast in the order recommended by your breadmaker manual. (Dont forget the yeast, unless youre keen on eating a brick). Set the breadmaker on the required setting, and press Go You are probably curious what the heck is going on in the machine, so leave the lid open for a while, if you like. You will see that the blade very quickly will mix the ingredients and a ball of dough will form within five minutes. If after 10 minutes the dough looks to wet, add a little flour; if it looks to dry, add a little water (10ml at the time). After 15 mins of kneading you should see a smooth ball of dough, and when toughed by your finger, it should not stick to it. Time to close the lid, and dont open it until the bread is ready. After the bread is finished (2.5-5 hours depending on the mix and your machine), you are probably keen to get stuck in straight away. Try to constrain yourselves and allow the bread to cool on a rack for 15 minutes. Then go for it ! Let us know how long your first bread lasts, as were running a bit of a competiton! We dont think itll be hard, but see if you can break the record. If you want more information on homebread making, check www.homebread.com.au. Happy Baking,
The Homebread Team Basic Ingredients HomeBread PO Box 2295 Redcliffe North Q4020 Ph.Fax 5497 Or visit us on the web :

www.homebread.com.au

BREAD MACHINE RECIPES
USING BASIC INGREDIENTS HOMEBREAD MIXES ONLY
1. Refer to the chart below and locate your bread machine name and model number. If your machine is not listed, please phone Basic Ingredients. 2. Find the recipe number on the label of the bag and match with the recipe number on the chart. Follow the line of measurements for your Bread Machine to work out the quantity of ingredients required. If there is no recipe number on this product contact Basic Ingredients for usage. 3. Put the ingredients in the order that your Bread Machine recommends. Note: For Machines A,C,D,E it is recommended that you mix white bread blends with heavier bread blends, like Wholemeal and Dark Rye YEAST: Use Australian standard teaspoons to measure. For best results use BI HomeBread yeast. Store in an airtight container in the fridge. BREAD BLEND: Use accurate scales to measure bread blends and flours. It is not recommended to use cups, however if cups are all that are available, fill an Australian standard measuring cup with bread blend using a scoop and use a blunt instrument to level. WATER: Water quantities must be measured accurately. Use a 10mL graduated measuring jug. Place the jug on a level surface and site exact measurement at eye level. These jugs are available at Basic Ingredients Homebread stores.

FIRST THINGS FIRST

MACHINE
Panasonic SD-200/206 Sunbeam BM-001/3400/2100 Palsonic PAB3600/5200 Breadman Sanyo SBM20/Breville BB150 Tiffany TS-100 Remington BM50/100/ Kambrook KBM150 Ronson 9110

LOAF SIZE

LARGE (750g)

(See Label on Bread

Blend for recipe no.)

RECIPE NO.

Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4 Recipe 1 Recipe 2 Recipe 3 Recipe 4

YEAST BREAD WATER BLEND

1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons teaspoons teaspoons teaspoons teaspoons 500g 500g 500g 500g 375g 375g 375g 375g 700g 700g 700g 700g 600g 600g 600g 600g 560g 560g 560g 560g 500g 500g 500g 500g 450g 450g 450g 450g 350g 350g 350g 350g 450g 450g 450g 450g 375g 375g 375g 375g 560g 560g 560g 560g 500g 500g 500g 500g 310mL 320mL 330mL 340mL 230mL 240mL 250mL 260mL 430mL 450mL 460mL 470mL 370mL 380mL 400mL 410mL 340mL 350mL 360mL 370mL 310mL 320mL 330mL 340mL 270mL 280mL 290mL 300mL 220mL 220mL 230mL 240mL 270mL 280mL 280mL 290mL 250mL 250mL 260mL 270mL 350mL 360mL 370mL 380mL 290mL 300mL 310mL 320mL
(NB. These settings are a guide. Heavier bread blends use Wholewheat or Multigrain Setting)

SETTING

Basic or White Basic or White Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic Basic Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic White Basic White Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic White Basic White Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic White Basic White Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic or White Basic or White Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic White Basic White Wholewheat or Multigrain Wholewheat or Multigrain Basic Basic Wholewheat Wholewheat Small Large Basic Bread Small Large Basic Bread Large Wholegrain Large Wholegrain White White Wholewheat Wholewheat Basic White Basic White Wholewheat Wholewheat

Note: Any bread (except white bread) needs to be blended with a white bread blend to produce a reasonable loaf.

SMALL (550g)

Breville BB380
EXTRA LARGE (1.5Kg) 1.25Kg Loaf Size LARGE (1Kg) MEDIUM (750g) SMALL (650g)
B. Panasonic SD-250 / 251 Panasonic SD-252 / 253 Breville BB410 / 420 Sunbeam BM7800
Breville BB-300/350/370/400 Sunbeam BM4700 Prima ABM4 Sunbeam BM-005/4800 Sunbeam BM4600/5600 Breville BB-270/275/290 Palsonic PAB5200 Sanyo - SBM-201 Remington BM200 Ronson 9112

Amway BM1121AA

C. Sunbeam BM2100

Panasonic SD-BT10P/2P

(Note: each machine differs in water quantities)

SMALL (500g)

1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 1 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon
D. Breville BB-200 / 250 Breville BCV70

LARGE (700g)

Palsonic PAB3500 Kambrook KBM130 Tiffany TS-185/642

Easybake

Black & Decker BMH200/300

LARGE (850g)

Brisbane
PO Box 2295 Redcliffe North QLD 4020 Ph: Email: homebread@optusnet.com.au ID5004B Copyright: Basic Ingredients HomeBread

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ORDER NO. CPD0604058C0

Notebook Computer
This is the Service Manual for the following areas. W for Japan

Model No. CF-18JHU70TW

2006 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
LASER SAFETY INFORMA TION
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 6588 nm CD 775~815 nm Laser safety information is appropriate only when drive with laser is installed.

CONTENTS

1 Diagnosis Procedure 1-Power-On Self Test (Boot Check) 2-List of Error Codes 3-Diagnostic Test 4-Self Diagnosis Test 5-Wiring Connection Diagram 6-Disassembly/Reassembly 7-Exploded View 8-Replacement Parts List 9-1
2 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. z Start.Test begins automatically when power switch is set to ON. z 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.), z Table of errors classified by beep sounds Diagnosis Main board Beep signal sound 1(long sound)-2 1-2-2-3 1-3-1-1 1-3-1-3 1-3-4-1 1-3-4-3 1-4-1-1 2-1-2-3 2-2-3-1 BIOS ROM error BIOS ROM error RAM error Keyboard controller error RAM error RAM error RAM error BIOS ROM error Occurrence of unexpected offering Error message = short sound (about 0.2 sec.), Length between sounds is about 0.1 sec.
(Note) A beep sound is also issued in case of other I/O trouble.
3 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.

5 Self Diagnosis Test

Floppy disk is Included for the self-diagnostic tests that should be performed before using this product. Important notice 1. System password If the password function has been turned on, you will need to ask the user for the password before performing the self-diagnostics. 2. FDD test Performing the FDD test will erase the contents of the floppy disk you insert into the drive. Use a formatted disk that has no contents or whose contents are not required. This product has a password function. However, if this function is turned on, the self-diagnostics tests will not work.
5.1. Outline of Self Diagnostic Tests
Insert the diagnostics floppy disk
Return the setup contents to default
Starting up the setup utility Turn on the power. When "Panasonic Press F2 to enter setup" appears on the screen, press F2. Press " " to select Exit Press " " to select Get default value Press Enter. Choose Yes for "Load default Configuration now?" Select "Save Values & Exit" and press Enter. Choose Yes for "Save Configuration changes and exit now?" and press Enter.
Choose test from the menu screen to start the test.
Caution: After completing repairs, be sure to carry out the Automatic test and Peripheraltest.
Menu Screen 1. DIAG on FD (CF-18 XP/2000 Model) 2. DIAG on FD (CF-18 Tablet Model) 3. LAN Test 4. Modem Test 5. Wireless LAN test (Wireless LAN Model only) 6. Button Test Q. Quit Select please [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Q ] ?

<Automatic test>

Tests selected (O) from the test item list will be performed in succession. DIAG on FD

<Peripheral test>

The parallel port and CD-ROM drive can be tested. (See 5.3 for details.)
3. LAN Test 4. Modem Test 5. Wireless LAN test (Wireless LAN Model only) 6. Button Test

<Test selection>

Specifc tests required can be freely selected and performed from the test item list. Be sure to carry out the Selection test only when necessary.
Problems in the unit are located and divided according to error messages that occur during testing. 5-1
5.1.1 List of main test items
The Selection item displays the items selected under Automatic test. If you select Automatic test, these test items will be performed automatically. You can use Selection test to choose items from the menu screen that you want to have tested. These items are shown below.
CPU (CPU related) RAM (Memory related) CONTROL (Control ICs on the main board, etc.)
IO (Input-output) COMMUNICATION
AUX (Auxiliary functions) VIDEO (Display related) DISK (FDD, HDD) UNIQUE (Individual functions)
SPEAKER TEST VESA MODE TEST A20 GATE TEST CACHE ON/OFF TEST NPU OPERAND TEST RAM STANDARD TEST DMA PAGE REG TEST DMA REGISTER TEST DMAC TRANSFER TEST PIC HALT INSTRUCTION TEST PIC REGISTER TEST RTC CMOS RAM TEST RTC TEST PIT CH0 TEST PIT CH1 TEST PIT CH2 TEST KEYBOARD REG TEST PS/2 MOUSE REG SERIAL WRAP TEST SERIAL ALL INTERNAL TEST PARALLEL REGISTER R/W PCIC ALL TEST Card Bus Reg USB Reg VGA ALL TEST SVGA RAM TEST FD WT/RD/WP TEST HDD ALL TEST ECP REGISTER R/W EPP REGISTER R/W EXT. CMOS R/W TEST Test condition save/play Test automatic execute Error display (Paging style)

Speaker test VESA mode test Address A20 line Cache memory on/off test Floating point processor function test Memory standard test DMA page register test DAM register test DAM transfer test Interrupt controller halt instruction test Interrupt controller register test Real time clock CMOS test Real time clock test interrupt timer CH0 interrupt timer CH1 interrupt timer CH2 Keyboard test Mouse registration test Serial loop back (jig required) Serial port interior test Parallel register R/W test PCIC test Card Bus register test USB register test VGA test SVGA RAM test FD WT, RD WP test Only HDD lead test selected ECP register R/W test EPP register R/W test Extension CMOS R/W test Following file command Test executed on run settings by selecting command Select displayed items Error, Log, Option

Test function settings

5.2. Automatic Test
Test execution From the menu screen shown below For Celeron models Select and press Enter for DIAG on FD 1. DIAG on FD (CF-18 XP/2000 Model) 2. DIAG on FD (CF-18 Tablet Model) 3. LAN Test 4. Modem Test 5. Wireless LAN test (Wireless LAN Model only) 6. Button Test Q. Quit Select please [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Q ] ? menu screen
Speaker test, VESA test The speaker test involves listening to music and choosing OK or Not okay. The VESA test involves looking at the display to see if it is satisfactory then choosing OK or Not okay. Serial loop back test The Automatic tests initial settings are set so that the serial loop back test will be executed. Connect the serial loop back jig and then perform the test. (This test is not executed on default mode) Diagnostics result If no errors occur. The screen shows the word "Pass" in large letters. If errors occur. The test is stopped when an error occurs and the error message is displayed. For explanations of error messages, see Error Messages and Problem Categories (section 5.5). Quitting the test At the screen shown below, simultaneously press the ALT and X keys.

Input screen

5.3. Peripheral Test
Test execution From the menu screen shown below, be sure to choose the following items and press Enter. 1. DIAG on FD (CF-18 XP/2000 Model) 2. DIAG on FD (CF-18 Tablet Model) 3. LAN Test 4. Modem Test 5. Wireless LAN test (Wireless LAN Model only) 6. Button Test Q. Quit Select please [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Q ] ? menu screen

3. LAN Test

4. Modem Test 5. Wireless LAN Test
(Wireless LAN Model only.) This test checks for internal LAN device. Choose LAN test and press Enter.

5.4. Test Selection

Starting up the input menu 1. From the menu screen shown below, choose Quit and press Enter. 1. DIAG on FD (CF-18 XP/2000 Model) 2. DIAG on FD (CF-18 Tablet Model) 3. LAN Test 4. Modem Test 5. Wireless LAN test (Wireless LAN Model only) 6. Button Test Q. Quit Select please [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Q ] ? menu screen 2. When A: \DIAG appears, input "JDG_184" and press Enter. 3. The input screen shown below will appear. To choose menu items, hold down "ALT" and press the selection key.

Example: "AL T" + "F" brings up the File menu.
Order of test flow selection

Input screen startup

1. Reading the test conditions settings file Press "AL T" and "F". Press "L". Press "AL T" and "C".
If the test condition settings file is not read, this means the test program is not running correctly
2. setting the test items Saving selected test items Press "AL T" and "S". If you change the file name when Press "S". saving the file in step , you can Choose the test item and press Enter. create test condition settings for Choose the test whose settings are custom test items. to be changed, press "A" for Additional Example: and "R" for Erase. TEST1. CF-18 All initial V Alues are "0" so set tests other than the necessary ones to "1". Press "C" twice to return the menu screen. To save the selected list, press "AL T" and "F" at the file menu.
Starting the test Press "AL T" and "R". Press "R". This will start the test.

End of test

5.5. Error Messages and Troubleshooting
The table below explains the parts that may be faulty or damaged should an error message occur while performing the various test items of the self diagnostics program. Test classification CPU (CPU related) RAM (Memory related) CONTROL (Control ICs on the main board, etc.) Screen display test items A20 GATE TEST CACHE ON/OFF NPU OPERAND TEST RAM STANDARD DMA PAGE REG TEST DMA REGISTER TEST DMAC Transfer TEST PIC HALT INSTRUCTION TEST PIC REGISTER TEST RTC CMOS RAM TEST SPEAKER TEST PIT CH0 TEST PIT CH1 TEST PIT CH2 TEST KEYBOARD REG TEST PS/2 MOUSE REG SERIAL WRAP TEST SERIAL ALL INTERNAL TEST PARALLEL REGISTER R/W PCIC ALL TEST Card Bus REG USB REG VGA ALL TEST SVGA RAM TEST VESA MODE TEST FD WT/RD/WP TEST HDD ALL TEST ECP REGISTER R/W EPP REGISTER R/W EXT. CMOS R/W TEST Contents Address 20 line Cache memory on/off Floating point processor function Memory standard DMA page register DAM register DAM transfer test Interrupt controller Interrupt controller Real time clock CMOS Speaker Interrupt timer CH0 Interrupt timer CH1 Interrupt timer CH2 Keyboard Mouse Serial loop back (jig required) Serial port Parallel register PCIC Card Bus port USB port VGA SVGA RAM VESA mode FD write/read/write protection Only HDD lead selected Parallel port Parallel port Extension CMOS R/W test

AUX 21 (Auxiliary functions) VIDEO (Display related) DISK (FDD, HDD) UNIQUE (Individual functions)
6 Wiring Connection Diagram
INVERTER PCB EXTERNAL DISPLAY PORT

CN1 CN2

BACK LIGHT LCD Touch Screen Panel

I/O PCB

SERIAL PORT

TS PS2 PCB

RTC BATTERY H/P MIC
JK902 JK901 CN900 CN902 CN901

DC-IN I/F PCB

CN14 CN6

USB PORT

CN27 CN25 CN18

AUDIO PCB

KEYBOARD

CN17 CN8

SD PCB

MAIN PCB

LAN PORT

SPEAKER

CN15 CN4 CN37 CN21

WIRELESS MODULE

MAIN BATTERY PMCIA UNIT

CN800 CN23 CN35

LANAUX

J6 SW4

MODEM PORT

MODEM PCB PAD PCB

CN801 CN802

ANT PCB

CN2 CN4 CN5 CN841 CN3

LANMAIN

LED PCB

SW PCB

TOUCH PAD

Disassembly/Reassembly

NOTE: Power off the computer. Do not shut down to the Suspend or Hibernation mode. Do not add peripherals while the computer ius in the Suspend or Hibernation mode; abnormal operation may result. For the Screw tightening torque, please refer to [ 8. Exploded View].
7.2. Removing the Touch Pad and Keyboard
KBD Plate <B> <B> Palm Rest Ass'y KBD Plate <B> <B>
7.1. Removing the Battery Pack and HDD Pack
Figure 3 1. Remove the Palm Rest Assy. 2. Remove the four Screws. <B> 3. Remove the KBD Plate.

HDD Pack Battery Pack

Figure 1 1. 2. 3. 4. Open the Battery Cover. Remove the Battery Pack. Open the HDD Cover. Remove the HDD Pack.
HDD Case B HDD FPC HDD Hooks Hooks

Keyboard

Figure 4 4. Remove the Keyboard.

<C>

KBD Connector Cover

Heater <A>

<A>

HDD Case A

Figure 2 5. Remove the two Screws. <A> 6. Remove the HDD Case A and the HDD Case B. 7. Remove the HDD. Screw<A>: DFHE5025XA 7-1
Figure 5 5. Remove the three Screws. <C> 6. Remove the KBD Connector Cover.
Keyboard Keyboard FPC TP Tape Touch Pad
7.4. Removing the Rear Cabinet
<F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F> <F>

Click Button Panel

Figure 8
Connector (CN800) Connector (CN18)
1. Remove the thirteen Screws. <F> 2. Remove the Rear Cabinet. Screw<F>: DRHM0061ZA
Figure 6 7. 8. 9. 10. Disconnect the Cable from Connector (CN18). Remove the TP Tape. Disconnect the Cable from Connector (CN800). Remove the Touch Pad and Click Button Plate. Screw<B>: DRSB2+5FKL <C>: DFHE5025XA
7.5. Removing the DU Lid Unit
<G> DU LID Angle <G> <G> <G> <G>
7.3. Removing the Speaker

<D> <D> <D> <E> <E> <D> DIMM LID Speaker Waterproof Sheet Speaker Unit Speaker Washer Speaker Cable Tube Speaker Angle Connector (CN37) DIMM LID Sheet

DU LID

Figure 9 1. Remove the five Screws. <G> 2. Remove the DU Lid Angle and DU Lid. Screw<G>: DRHM5025YA
Figure 7 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the four Screws. <D> Disconnect the Cable from Connector (CN37). Remove the two Screws. <E> Remove the Speaker Angle. Screw<D>: DRQT2+D2FKL <E>: DRHM5025YA
7.6. Removing the Audio PCB
Audio PCB <H> Connector (CN702) Connector (CN701)

7.8. Removing Main PCB

<M> <M> HDD Guid Plate Connector (CN36) <N> Connector (CN23) Main PCB Connector (CN35) Connector (CN30) PCMCIA Unit <N> <L> Connector (CN17) Connector (CN8) Connector (CN3) Connector (CN9) Connector (CN14) LAN Cable <N> Connector (CN12) <N> to Connector (CN17) to Connector (CN8)
Figure 10 1. Remove the two Screws. <H> 2. Disconnect the two Cables from two Connectors (CN701, CN702). 3. Remove the Audio PCB. Screw<H>: DRSB2+5FKL
7.7. Removing the Wireless Module, Port PCB and Modem PCB
<K> <K> <J> <I> Modem PCB <I> <I> Port PCB
Figure 12 1. Disconnect the eight Cables from eight Connectors (CN3, CN9, CN12, CN14, CN23, CN30, CN35, CN36). 2. Remove the Screw. <L> 3. Remove the two Screws. <M> 4. Remove the four Screws. <N> 5. Remove the Main PCB. 6. Disconnect the two Cables from two Connectors (CN8, CN17). 7. Remove the PCMCIA Unit. Screw<L>: DRSB2+5FZL <M>: DXYN2+J12FNL <N>: DXYN2+J18FN

Bat Con Angle

Wireless Module
Connector (J5) Connector (J6)
7.9. Removing PAD PCB and I/O PCB

Figure 11

Connector (CN801) <O> <O> <O> <Q> I/O PCB PAD PCB <Q>
1. Disconnect the two Antenna Cables from two Connectors (J5, J6). 2. Remove the Wireless Module. 3. Remove the three Screws. <I> 4. Remove the Port PCB. 5. Remove the Screw. <J> 6. Remove the Modem PCB. 7. Remove the two Screws. <K> 8. Remove the BAT CON angle. Screw<I>: DRSB2+5FKL <J>: XSB2+4FNL <K>: DRSB2+5FKL

<P>

Figure 13 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Disconnect the Cable from Connector (CN801). Remove the three Screws. <O> Remove the PAD PCB. Remove the four Screws. <P> Remove the two Screws. <Q>
6. Remove the I/O PCB. Screw<O>: DFHE5025XA <P>: DFHE5058ZB <Q>: DRSB2+5FKL
7.12. Removing the Display unit

<S> <S>

7.10. Removing LED PCB and Switch PCB
LED PCB LED Waterproof Sheet

LCD Hinge Cover

Power Switch Knob
Figure 16 1. Remove the four Screws. <S> 2. Remove the LCD Hinge Cover.

Operation Sheet Switch PCB
Figure 14 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the LED Waterproof Sheet. Remove the LED PCB. Remove the Switch PCB. Remove the Power Switch.

<T> Hinge Cover

<T>
7.11. Removing the CPU Heat Plate and Lithium Battery
<R> CPU Heat Plate Lithium Battery <R> <R>
Figure 17 3. LCD is half-rotated. Removes the two Screws. <T> 4. Remove the Hinge Cover.
<U> <U> <U> <U>
Figure 15 1. Remove the three Screws. <R> 2. Remove the CPU Heat Plate. 3. Remove the Lithium Battery. Screw<R>: DFHE5025XA
Figure 18 5. Remove the four Screws. <U> 6. Remove the Display Unit. Screw<S>: DFHE5025XA <T>: DRSB2+5FKL <U>: DXYN4+J8FNL
7.13. Removing Antenna Cover, Tablet Latch Cover and LCD Rear Case
<X> <X> <X> <X> <X> <W> LCD Rear Case <W> <X> <X> Antenna Cover <V> <V> <X> <X> <X> <X>
7.15. Removing Inverter PCB
Inverter Case Connector (CN2) Inverter PCB Connector (CN1) Connector (CN901) TS PS2 PCB Connector (CN900) LCD Back Damper <Z>

<Z>

<V>
<V> <V> <V> <V> <V> <V> <V> Tablet Latch Cover <V> <V> <V>
Figure 21 1. Disconnect the two Cables from two Connectors (CN1, CN2). 2. Remove the Inverter Case and Inverter PCB. 3. Remove the two Screws. <Z> 4. Remove the LCD Rear Damper. Screw<Z>: DXHM0042ZA

<V> Antenna Cover

Figure 19 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Remove the sixteen Screws. <V> Remove Antenna Cover and Tablet Latch Cover. Remove the two Screws. <W> Remove the eleven Screws. <X> Remove the LCD Rear Case. Screw<V>: DRQT26+D5FKL <W>: DXYN3+J10FNL <X>: DXYN2+J6FNL
7.16. Removing GPRS Antenna PCB, LAN1-BT PCB, LAN2-BT PCB and Pen Holder
Pen LAN1-BT Antenna PCB <b> <b> <d> <d> Pen Holder
7.14. Removing the LCD Hinge
Cable <Y> Holder <Y> Cable Plate Holder Plate LCD Hinge Cable Holder Cable Holder Plate LCD Cable Holder Sheet Cable Holder
<c> <c> LAN2-BT Antenna PCB <a> GPRS <a> Antenna PCB
Figure 22 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Remove the two Screws. <a> Remove the GPRS Antenna PCB. Remove the two Screws. <b> Remove the LAN1-BT Antenna PCB. Remove the two Screws. <c> Remove the LAN2 Antenna PCB. Remove the Pen. Remove the two Screws. <d> Remove the Pen Holder. Screw<a><b><c>: DFHE5025XA <d>: DRHM5025YA
Figure 20 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the two Screws. <Y> Remove the Cable Holder Plate and LCD Hinge. Remove the Cable Holder. Remove the Cable Holder sheet. Screw<Y>: DXYN3+J8FNL

7.17. Removing Each Cover
<f> DC IN LID Rubber USB LID Rubber LAN LID Rubber Moden/LAN LID Rubber Audio HDD LID ASS'Y LID Rubber <f><f> Battery RGB <e> LID ASS'Y LID Rubber <e> <f> <f> <e><e> <f> <f>
Serial LID Rubber <e>

PCMCIA LID ASS'Y

Figure 23 1. Remove the six Screws. <e> 2. Remove the Battery LID ASS'Y, HDD LID ASS'Y and PCMCIA LID ASS'Y. 3. Remove the twelve Screws. <f> 4. Remove the Moden/LAN LID Rubber, LAN LID Rubber, USB LID Rubber, DC IN LID Rubber, Serial LID Rubber, RGB LID Rubber and Audio LID Rubber. Screw<e>: DRQT26+D3ZKL <f>: DRHM5025YA

8 Exploded View

K42 K608

A K406

E34 K24

A K406 A K406

K50 K44 K55 K55 K55 K38 K219

A K400

K51 E18 K53 K67 K84 K77

K19 K37

F K601

K33 K66 K606

K709 K66 K708 K1-12 K1-4 K1-9 K1-2 K1-11 K83 K1-2 E32 K1-2 K1-5 K1-1 K1-7 K1

Screw tightening torque

A 0.2 + 0.02N m _ (2.0 + 0.2kgf cm) _ _ F 0.8 + 0.02N m (8.0 + 0.2kgf cm) _

CF-18JHU70TW

B K83-4-2 K83-4-1

K83-4-5 K83-4-6

B K83-4-2

K83-4-1

K83-4-4 K83-4-3

K71 K83-3-8

B K83-5

K83-4-7

K83-4-9 K83-4-3

A K83-4-9

K83-3-9 K83-3-3 K83-3-4

K83-4-8

A K83-3-9

K83-3-3 K83-3-7 K83-3

K83-3-1

K83-3-2

K52 K43 E19 K2 K3 K36 K47 K4 K45 E24

B K405 B

K83-3-6

K83-3-2 K83-3-5

K501 K602 K34 K83-1

C K83-6

K86 K78

K605 K686 B K405

K84 K503

A K83-2-10

E5 K40 K39

K410 K49 BT1

A K83-2 K83-2-8 K83-2-9 K83-2-3 K83-2-4 A K83-2-9

K83-2-3 K83-2-7

K83-2-1

K83-2-2

A 0.2 + 0.02N m _ (2.0 _ 0.2kgf cm) + _ B 0.3 + 0.03N m (3.0 _ 0.3kgf cm) + C 0.4 + 0.05N m _ (4.0 + 0.5kgf cm) _ E 1.50 + 0.15N m _ (15.0 _ 1.5kgf cm) +

K83-5 K83-2-6

B K83-2-2

K83-2-5

K402 K83

E3 K406

E42 E1 K57
K603 K603 E27 K687 K604 K696

A A K408

K406 K84

K607 K620 K685 K718

E2 K408

A A K408 A

K406 K18

A K414 A K407

K550 E150

A K412

K32 K59 K26

K226 B D K227 B K226 D K227 B K226
K201-7 K201-5 K201-6 K201-5 K201-6 K201-5 C K225
B 0.2 + 0.02N m _ (2.0 _ 0.2kgf cm) + _ C 0.3 + 0.03N m (3.0 + 0.3kgf cm) _ D 0.8 + 0.08N m _ (8.0 _ 0.8kgf cm) +

9 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-18JHU70TW
REF.NO. and AREA Main Block Unit BT1 CN6 CN7 CN881 CN882 CN890 F1 FJK880 JK901 JK902 SW1 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E11 E12 E14 E14-1 E16 E16-1 E16-2 E17 E17-1 E18 E19 E20 E22 E24 E25 E26 E27 E28 E29 E32 E33 E33-1 E33-1-1 E33-1-2 E33-5 E33-6 E33-7 E33-8 E33-9 CR2032/S5W K1FB104B0055 K1FB104B0055 K1FA209BA004 K1FB115BA014 K1NA09E00076 K5H502Z00003 K5H202Z00005 K2EZ2B000046 K2HC103B0197 K2HC103B0197 K0D112A00096 DL3U1B471AAA DL3U2B471AAA DL3U3B471AAA DL3U1B482AAA DL3U2B482AAA DL3U3B482AAA DL3U4B482AAA DL3UPB237HAA DL3U11283CAA DFJS873YA DL3U31283CAA DFJS837YA DFJS835YA DL3U41283CAA DFJS836YA N2EABEC00006 DFJS827YA DFJS828YA DFJK08T024DB DFJK10T053DB DFJK12T034DB DFJK24T034DB DFJK40T072CB N0GB1J000018 DFJS923YA N3CAYYY00001 DFWV08A0076 DL3DW0180AAA A2CA00000056 DFHM0290ZA DXHM0042ZA DFHR3C08ZA DFHR3B64ZA DFHR3506YA DFHR3507YA RTC BATTERY CONNECTOR, USB PORT CONNECTOR, USB PORT CONNECTOR, EXTERNAL DISPLAY PORT CONNECTOR, SERIAL PORT CONNECTOR, SD SLOT FUSE, 5A FUSE, 2A JACK, DC-IN JACK, MICROPHONE JACK, HEADPHONE SWITCH, POWER PCB, MAIN PCB, AUDIO PCB, I/O PCB, PAD PCB, SWITCH PCB, LED PCB, PORT PCB, BLUETOOTH PCB, WIDE AREA ANTENNA GPRS CABLE, GRAY PCB, BT-LAN2 ANTENNA LAN MAIN CABLE, BLACK BT CABLE, BLUE PCB, LAN2 ANTENNA LAN SUB CABLE, WHITE TOUCH PAD CABLE, MODEM CABLE, LAN FFC, SW FFC, LED FFC, PAD FFC, IO FFC, AUDIO INVERTER CABLE, LCD TS HDD LCD UNIT ASS'Y LCD ASS'Y LCD BACKLIGHT, CCFL REFLECTION ANGLE SCREW LCD BACK DAMPER LCD SIDE CUSHION A LCD SIDE CUSHION C LCD SIDE CUSHION D RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL RTL 1 PART NO. DESCRIPTION Q'TY
E33-30 E33-31 E33-32 E33-33 E33-34 E33-35 E34 E35 E36 E40 E41 E42 E100 E150 E151 E206 E208 E210 Accessories A1 A2 A3 A4 A7 A25 A26 A34 A35 A36 Packing Material P1 P3 P4 Mechanical Parts K1 K1-1 K1-2 K1-3 K1-4 K1-5 K1-6 K1-7 K1-8 K1-9 K1-10 K1-11 K1-12 K1-15 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7 K8 K9

K80-7 K80-8 K80-9 K80-10 K80-13 K80-14 K80-15 K80-16 K81 K82 K82-1 K82-2 K82-3 K82-4 K83 K83-1 K83-2 K83-2-1 K83-2-2 K83-2-3 K83-2-4 K83-2-5 K83-2-6 K83-2-7 K83-2-8 K83-2-9 K83-2-10 K83-3 K83-3-1 K83-3-2 K83-3-3 K83-3-4 K83-3-5 K83-3-6 K83-3-7 K83-3-8 K83-3-9 K83-4 K83-4-1 K83-4-2 K83-4-3 K83-4-4 K83-4-5 K83-4-6 K83-4-7 K83-4-8 K83-4-9 K83-5 K83-6 K84 K85 K86 K87 K89 K92 K94
DFHR3535ZA DRHM5025YA DFMX1070ZA DFHM0377YA DFMX1197ZA DFHR3C04ZA DFHR3C05ZA DFHR8509ZA DFKE9065WA-0 DFKM9030ZA-0 DFHM0277YA DRHM5025YA DFHR3441ZA DFHR6045ZA DFKM9033WD-0 DFKE9073YA-0 DFKE9071ZA-0 DFBH3030ZA DRQT26+D3FKL DFHM0310YA DFHM0315YC DFHR3509YA DFKE0799ZA-0 DFUN0068XA DFUS0292ZB DRHM5025YA DXQT2+F3FNLT DFKE9072ZB-0 DFBH3030ZA DRQT26+D3FKL DFHM0310YA DFHM0285XC DFHR3508YA-0 DFKE0799ZA-0 DFUN0068XA DFUS0292ZB DRHM5025YA DFKE9075XA-0 DFBH3030ZA DRQT26+D3FKL DFHM0310YA DFHM0285XC DFHR3588WA-0 DFKE0799ZA-0 DFUN0068XA DFUS0292ZB DRHM5025YA DRQT26+D3FKL DXQT3+F4FNLT DFMX0383TA DFHR7518ZA DFUQ0101YA DFGT0963YA DFQT9675ZA DFQT9948ZA DFHM0279YA
SPEAKER CABLE TUBE SCREW FDD INSULATION SHEET (2) DIMM HEAT SINK PLATE SPEAKER INSULATION SHEET DIMM CARD INSULATION SHEET DIMM TIP INSULATION SHEET DIMM PLATE SPACER PALM REST ASS'Y BOTTOM CASE ASS'Y DU LID ANGLE SCREW DU LID WATERPROOF SHEET DU LID TOP CASE ASS'Y TABLET LATCH ASS'Y BATT LID ASS'Y LID HINGE SCREW WASHER LID LATCH PLATE BATT BAT COVER SHEET TABLE LATCH KNOB LID KNOB SPRING LID KNOB SPRING PLATE SCREW SCREW HDD LID ASS'Y LID HINGE SCREW WASHER LID LATCH PLATE HDD COVER SHEET TABLE LATCH KNOB LID KNOB SPRING LID KNOB SPRING PLATE SCREW PCMCIA LID ASS'Y LID HINGE SCREW WASHER LID LATCH PLATE PCMCIA COVER SHEET SD TABLE LATCH KNOB LID KNOB SPRING LID KNOB SPRING PLATE SCREW SCREW SCREW INSULATION SHEET H CABLE SHEET SW SPRING RATED LABEL ENERGY STAR LABEL CENTRINO LABEL GPS PLATE
K200 K200-1 K200-1-1 K200-1-2 K200-1-3 K200-1-4 K200-1-5 K200-1-6 K200-1-7 K200-1-8 K200-2 K200-3 K200-30 K200-30-3 K200-30-4 K200-30-30 K200-30-31 K200-30-35 K200-30-35-1 K201 K201-1 K201-1-1 K201-1-2 K201-1-3 K201-1-4 K201-1-5 K201-1-6 K201-2 K201-3 K201-4 K201-5 K201-6 K201-7 K201-30 K202 K203 K205 K206 K207 K208 K209 K210 K211 K212 K213 K214 K215 K216 K217 K218 K219 K220 K222 K223 K224 K225
DFWV80A0354 DFKF9031ZA-0 DRHM5025YA DFHG1634YA-0 DFHG1635ZA-0 DFHM0319YA DFHM0321ZA DFHM0322ZA DFHR3469ZA DFHR6051ZE DFHE0805ZA DFHP7149ZA DFWV84A0261 DFHR3476ZA DFHR3477ZA DFHR3630ZA DFHR3674YA DL3DV0180AAA DFHR9071ZA DFWV80C0497 DFKM9032ZA-0 DFHR3468ZA-0 DFHG1634YA-0 DFHG1635ZA-0 DFHM0319YA DFHM0321ZA DFHM0322ZA DFHR3563YA DFHR3564YA DFHR3565YA DFHR3566YA DFHR3460YA DFHR3461YA DFHR3567YA DFBH3029VA DFHE0814ZA DFHM0325ZA DFHR3432ZA DFHR3464WA DFHR3516ZA DFHR3572YA DFHR3573YA DFHR3574YA DFHR3614ZA DFHR3631YA DFHR3A65ZA DFHR6193YA-1 DFHR6106ZC-1 DFHR6081ZA-0 DFKE9059YA DFKE9074ZA-0 DFMC0685ZA DFMX0383TA DFQT6077YA DFUQ0100ZA DRQT26+E5FKL

LCD FRONT CABINET/TS PANEL ASS'Y FRONT CASE ASS'Y SCREW LCD CABINET CUSHION A LCD CABINET CUSHION B LCD ELE PASS D WASHER SPRING WASHER PEN FRICTION SHEET PEN HOLDER MAGNET MAGNET TAPE TOUCH SCREEN PANEL KIT SPACER A SPACER B TS FPC SPACER TS TAPE TS PANEL ASS'Y PROTECTION FILM LCD REAR CABINET ASS'Y REAR CASE ASS'Y PANA BADGE LCD CABINET CUSHION A LCD CABINET CUSHION B LCD ELE PASS D WASHER SPRING WASHER LCD REAR CUSHION C LCD REAR CUSHION D LCD REAR CUSHION E LCD REAR CUSHION F LCD REAR CUSHION A LCD REAR CUSHION B LCD REAR CUSHION G LCD HINGE CONDUCTIVE SHEET CABLE HOLD PLATE ANT CABLE CUSHION LCD SIDE CUSHION B PROTECT SHEET, SCREW LCD CABLE HOLDER SHEET LCD SIDE CUSHION E LCD SIDE CUSHION F CABLE STOPPER TAPE INVERTER CASE INSULATION SHEET INV. CASE ANTENNA COVER TABLET LATCH COVER CABLE HOLDER LOCK PLATE ASSY HINGE TOP COVER ASSY CONDUCTIVE SHEET, LCD INSULATION SHEET CAUTION LABEL, LCD LOCK SPRING SCREW
K226 K227 K228 K229 K230 K252 K253 K301 K400 K401 K402 K404 K405 K406 K407 K408 K409 K410 K411 K412 K414 K500 K501 K503 K550 K551 K600 K601 K602 K603 K604 K605 K606 K607 K608 K620 K663 K671 K685 K686 K687 K688 K689 K690 K693 K695 K696 K697 K698 K699 K702 K703 K704 K705 K708 K709
DXYN2+J6FNL DXYN3+J10FNL DXYN3+J8FNL DFHE5025XA DFHR3472ZA-0 DFMC0808ZA DFMC0816ZA DFQT9869ZA-0 DFHE5025XA DRHM5025YA DFHE5058ZB DRQT2+D2FKL DXQT3+D4FKNL DRSB2+5FKL DXYN2+J12FNL DXYN2+J18FNL DRHM0061ZA DXYN4+J8FNL DRHM5117ZA DRSB2+3FKL XSB2+4FNL DFHG1633ZB-0 DFHR3539YA DFHR3644ZA DFHR3488ZA DFHE5108ZA DFMY0419ZA DRYN3+J6FKL DFHR3809ZB DFHR3964ZA DFHR3969ZA DFHR3937ZA DFQC9009ZC-0 DFHR8516ZA DFQT9974ZA DFHR3741ZA DFHR3741ZA DFHG1790ZA DFMC0848YA DFMX1200ZA DFMY0248YA DFHM0378ZA DXQN2+A22FNL DXSN2+18FNL DFHR3859ZA DFHR3B12ZA DFHR3B65ZA DFHR3B84YA DFHR3B85ZA DFHR3B87ZA DFHR8517ZA DFHE0915ZA DFHR3C06ZA DFHR3C07ZA DFMD3125ZA DFHP7200ZA
SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW TOUGH BADGE INVERTER MIL COVER INVERTER MIL SHEET RELEASE LABEL SCREW SCREW SCREW, DSUB SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW RUBBER, SERIAL LID SHEET, HEAD SET DUMMY TAPE, SIMM DUMMY SHEET, EXT ANTENNA SCREW DIMM THERMAL RUBBER SCREW GPS HOLE SHEET B PCMCIA SHEET 2 PCMCIA SHEET 3 HDD CAB CUSHION STRAP BG ASS'Y FFC SPACER WINDOS XP LABEL (FOR NOTE) FFC CN STOPPER STOPPER, FFC CN BAT CUSHION GASKET INS. SHEET, TOUCH PAD CARD CPU HEATSINK RUBBER SD ANGLE SCREW SCREW DC IN SHEET SHEET, SD BOARD CUSHION, HDD PACK SPACER, SD ANGLE (1) SPACER, SD ANGLE (2) SHEET, SD FFC CUSHION, HDD SHEET INVERTER SHEET (1) INVERTER SHEET (2) BACK PLATE, KENSINGTON 2 TAPE, AHDESIVE

 

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