Dell Inspiron 3200
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Part Numbers: INSPIRON 3200 D233XT, Inspiron 3200 D233XT, inspiron 3200 d233xt
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power is critically low (about 95 percent depleted) and needs recharging. There are about 5 minutes of battery life remaining.
An indicator with bars on the right side of the icon
indicates the percentage of battery life remaining. Each bar equals 10 percent of battery life.
Battery Charge Gauge
CAUTION: If only one or none of the charge-level indicator lights are lit, the battery is almost completely discharged. Do not use the battery unless the computer is connected to AC power or unless you install a second charged battery. There is a battery charge gauge on the main and secondary battery. The charge gauge has four charge-level indicator lights that indicate how much battery charge remains. Each light indicates approximately 25 percent battery charge. Press the status button to the right of the lights to check the total battery charge. If none of the lights are on, the battery has no charge left.
status button indicator lights
Figure 1-4. Battery Charge Gauge
NOTE: Figure 1-4 shows a main battery. For the secondary battery, the same button and lights are present, but are located on top of the battery and can be seen only when the secondary battery is out of the computer.
The power button controls power to the system. The computer receives power from either the AC adapter connected to an AC power source or from up to two batteries. If you use the AC adapter, constant power is available to the computer. If you use one or two batteries, the system has built-in power management features that extend battery life by removing power from parts of the computer that are not being used.
Attach the AC power adapter to the computer, whenever possible, to conserve battery power. When the AC adapter is attached, the battery is charged while the computer uses AC power. The Power Menu of the Setup program has power conservation features. To open the Main Menu of the Setup program, Press <F2> during the boot process. When activated, each power conservation feature turns off or slows down one or more functions while the computer is idle. The power conservation features are as follows:
Video type Video controller (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, M233XT, M266XT) Video controller (D233ST, D233XT, D266XT) Video memory Type (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, D233ST) Dimensions: Height Width Diagonal Maximum resolution Response time (typical)
64-bit (128-bit hardware accelerated) PCI
NeoMagic 2160 NeoMagic 2160B 2 MB equivalent
active-matrix color (TFT)
184.5 mm (7.3 inches) 246.0 mm (9.7 inches) 307.5 mm (12.1 inches) 800 x 600 pixels; 16 million colors 30 ms
12.1-Inch Display (continued)
Operating angle Dot pitch Power consumption Controls
0 (closed) to 180 0.264 mm 2.35 W brightness can be controlled through key combinations
Type (M233XT, M266XT, D233XT, D266XT) Dimensions: Height Width Diagonal Maximum resolution Response time (typical) Operating angle Dot pitch Power consumption Controls
203 mm (8.0 inches) 271 mm (10.7 inches) 338 mm (13.3 inches) 1024 x 768 pixels; 64,000 colors 30 ms 0 (closed) to 170 0.264 mm 3.9 W brightness can be controlled through key combinations
Number of keys Key travel Key spacing Layout Interface X/Y position resolutions (graphics table mode)
87 (U.S. and Canada); 88 (Europe); 88 (Japan) 3.0 0.5 mm (0.12 0.02 inch) 19.1 mm (0.75 inch) QWERTY/AZERTY/Kanji
PS/2-compatible 20 points/mm (500 points/inch)
Touch Pad (continued)
Size: Thickness Width Height Weight Power: Supply voltage Supply current Type Dimensions: Height Depth Width Weight Voltage Capacity Charge time (approximate):1 Computer on Computer off Operating time (approximate, with no power management features enabled)1 Life span (approximate)1 Temperature range: Charge Discharge Storage
4.65 mm (0.18 inch) at highest component 64-mm (2.52-inch) sensor-active area 47.0-mm (1.85-inch) rectangle with 0.5-mm (0.02-inch) tabs 15 g (0.52 ounce) 0.5 g (0.001 ounce) 5 V 10% 4 mA (maximum operating)
23.0 mm (0.9 inch) 161.5 mm (6.4 inches) 73.4 mm (2.9 inches) 0.41 kg (0.9 lb) 14.4 VDC 39 WH
2.5 hours 1.5 hours
2.5 to 3.5 hours with one battery; 5 to 7 hours with two batteries 500 discharge/charge cycles
0 to 40C (32 to 104F) 0 to 60C (32 to 140F) 20 to 50C (4 to 122F)
Battery performance features such as charge time, operating time, and life span can vary according to the conditions under which the computer and battery are used.
Input voltage Input current (maximum) Input frequency Output current Output power Rated output voltage Physical: Height Width Depth Weight (with cables) Temperature range: Operating Storage M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, D233ST: Height Width Depth Weight2 M233XT, M266XT, D233XT, D266XT: Height Width Depth Weight2
90 to 264 VAC 1.5 A at 90 VAC, full load 47 to 63 Hz 2.4 A (continuous) 45 W 19 VDC
29.6 mm (1.17 inches) 60.0 mm (2.36 inches) 105 mm (4.13 inches) 0.3 kg (0.66 lb)
5 to 35C (41 to 95F) 20 to 50C (4 to 122F)
42 mm (1.65 inches) 299 mm (11.77 inches) 234 mm (9.21 inches) 2.8 kg (6.2 lb)
51.5 mm (2.03 inches) 303 mm (11.93 inches) 234 mm (9.21 inches) 3.1 kg (6.8 lb)
Includes hard-disk drive, diskette drive, battery, and two PC Card blanks.
Temperature: Operating Storage Relative humidity Maximum vibration: Operating Storage Maximum shock:3 Operating Storage Altitude: Operating Storage
5 to 35C (41 to 95F) 20 to 50C (4 to 122F) 10% to 90% (noncondensing)
0.5 GRMS using a random-vibration spectrum that simulates air/truck shipment 1.1 GRMS using a random-vibration spectrum that simulates air/truck shipment
1.52 m/sec (60 inches/sec) (less than or equal to a pulse width of 2 ms) 2.03 m/sec (80 inches/sec) (less than or equal to a pulse width of 2 ms)
0 to 3048 m (0 to 10,000 ft) 0 to 12,192 m (0 to 40,000 ft)
Measured with the hard-disk drive in head-parked position.
Initial Procedures T
his chapter describes initial procedures that can help you diagnose a computer problem. These procedures can often reveal the source of a problem or indicate the correct starting point for troubleshooting the computer. Dell recommends that you perform these initial procedures in the order they are presented.
Initial User Contact
When you first contact a user who has a problem, ask the user to describe the problem and the conditions under which it occurs. A verbal description can often indicate the cause of a problem or indicate the appropriate troubleshooting procedure to use. After the user describes the problem, follow these steps: 1. Ask the user to back up any data on the hard-disk drive if the computers condition permits. See the Maintaining Your Computer section of the online Systems Users Guide. 2. Ask the user to try to duplicate the problem by repeating the operations he or she was performing at the time the problem occurred. Can the user duplicate the problem? Yes. Proceed to step 3. No. Proceed to the next section, Visual Inspection. 3. Observe the user to determine whether he or she is making an error, such as typing an incorrect key combination or entering a command incorrectly. Is the problem a result of user error? Yes. Instruct the user in the proper procedure or direct him or her to the appropriate user documentation for a description of the correct procedure. No. Proceed to the next section, Visual Inspection.
Exploded Views of Components and Assemblies
LCD panel assembly
hinge covers (2)
hard-disk drive diskette drive, secondary battery, CD-ROM drive, or DVD-ROM drive
Figure 4-11. Exploded ViewComputer
LCD panel flex cable
latch bobbin (adhered to LCD flex cable)
inverter board connector
Figure 4-12. Exploded View12.1-Inch LCD Assembly
front bezel LCD panel
LCD panel cable harness (captured by the bracket)
LCD-to-inverter cable EPE foam
inverter board cable inverter board
NOTE: The inverter board is installed with the component side down, next to the back cover.
Figure 4-13. Exploded View13.3-Inch LCD Assembly
status display panel screws (3) palmrest assembly
cover screws (6)
touch pad button board cable
I/R board cable touch pad button board I/R board
touch pad button board screw
I/R board screw speakers (2) touch pad plastic housings (2) speaker screws (2)
hard-disk drive heat sink screws (6) hard-disk drive heat sink
Figure 4-14. Exploded ViewPalmrest Assembly
LVDS board (13.3-inch LCD only) processor board
PC Card cage
I/O panel bracket
audio board Kensington lock plate USB board
audio bezel IR lens
base assembly latch assembly memory module cover
Figure 4-15. Exploded ViewBase Assembly
Factory Repair Parts and Assemblies
This section contains a parts list and procedures for removing and replacing factory components and subassemblies. This information is provided for reference only. Dell does not recommend removal and replacement of these parts in the field. Table 4-1 lists the factory repair parts and assemblies available for the computer. Some parts may only be available as part of a kit or assembly. The subsections in this chapter provide instructions for removing and replacing these parts and assemblies. An asterisk (*) identifies those parts or assemblies that are replaceable by a customer.
Table 4-1. Factory Repair Parts and Assemblies
Part or Assembly Name AC Adapter/Power Cables Order Name
AC Adapter, service kit* AC Adapter* Cable, power, U.S. Battery, main, service kit* Battery, main, 40-WH Battery, secondary* Battery, secondary Door, BIOS, service kit Door, BIOS BIOS, flash, service kit (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, M233XT, M266XT) BIOS, flash, service kit (D233ST, D233XT, D266XT)
* Customer-replaceable unit (CRU)
CUS,ADPT,AC,EXT,19V,I3000,US ADPT,AC,EXT,19V,45W,NBK,I3000 CORD,PWR,110V,6F,AC ADPT,US
CUS,BTRY,MAIN,40W,LIION,I3000 BTRY,MAIN,40W,LIION,NBK, I1300 CUS,BTRY,2ND,40W,LIION,I3000 KIT,BTRY,2ND,40W,LIION,I1300
CUS,DOOR,PLSTC,BIOS,NBK, I3000 DOOR,PLSTC,BTM,BIOS,NBK, I3000 CUS,FLASH,UPG,I3000
Table 4-1. Factory Repair Parts and Assemblies (continued)
Part or Assembly Name BIOS (continued) Order Name
Kit, BIOS flash (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, M233XT, M266XT) Kit, BIOS flash (D233ST, D233XT, D266XT) Base (with battery), 166-MHz, 12.1-inch LCD Assembly (with battery), 166-MHz Base (with battery), 200-MHz, 12.1-inch LCD Assembly (with battery), 200-MHz Base (with battery), 233-MHz, 12.1-inch LCD Assembly (with battery), 233-MHz Base (with battery), 233-MHz, 13.3-inch LCD Assembly (with battery), 233-MHz Base (with battery), 266-MHz, 13.3-inch LCD Assembly (with battery), 266-MHz Base (without battery), 166-MHz, 12.1-inch LCD Assembly (without battery), 166-MHz Base (without battery), 200-MHz, 12.1-inch LCD Assembly (without battery), 200-MHz
BASE,I3000,M166ST,FD,BTRY, AMF ASSY,NBK,I3000,M166ST,AMF BASE,I3000,M200ST,FD,BTRY, AMF ASSY,NBK,I3000,M200ST,AMF BASE,I3000,M233ST,FD,BTRY, AMF ASSY,NBK,I3000,M233ST,AMF BASE,I3000,M233XT,FD,BTRY, AMF ASSY,NBK,I3000,M233XT,AMF BASE,I3000,M266XT,FD,BTRY, AMF ASSY,NBK,I3000,M266XT,AMF BASE,NBK,I3000,M166ST,NO BTRY ASSY,NBK,I3000,M166ST,NO BTRY BASE,NBK,I3000,M200ST,NO BTRY ASSY,NBK,I3000,M200ST,NO BTRY
Part or Assembly Name Base Assembly (continued) Order Name
Base (without battery), 233-MHz, 13.3-inch LCD Assembly (without battery), 233-MHz Base (without battery), 266-MHz, 13.3-inch LCD Assembly (without battery), 266-MHz Board assembly, main IC, keyboard BIOS (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, M266ST, M266XT) IC, keyboard BIOS (D233ST, D233XT, D266XT) Bracket, I/O Hinge block, right Hinge block, left Ground springs, PC Card cage Assembly, PC Card cage M166ST board assembly, Pentium 166-MHz Kit, thermal, M166ST M166ST processor board, Pentium 166-MHz M200ST board assembly, Pentium 200-MHz Kit, thermal, M200ST M200ST processor board, Pentium 200-MHz
Diskette Drive Assembly
CUS,FD,INT/EXT,NBK,I3000 ASSY,FD,F3,INT/EXT,I3000,MITSU FD,1.44M,F3,17MM,I3000, MITSUMI CVR,PLSTC,FD,NBK,I3000, MITSUMI PLT,MET,TOP,FD,NBK,I3000 PLT,MET,CONT,FD,NBK,I3000 PLT,MET,EXT,FD,NBK,I3000 CBL,FLEX,FD,NBK,I3000,MITSUMI
Part or Assembly Name Order Name Diskette Drive Assembly (continued)
Cable, service kit* Cable, diskette drive
Hard-Disk Drive Assemblies
Hard-disk drive, 2.1-GB, service kit* CUS,HD,2.1G,I,12.5MM,IBM,I3000 Assembly, hard-disk drive, 2.1-GB Hard-disk drive, 2.1-GB Bracket, hard-disk drive Screws, bracket Insulator, metal SUBASSY,HD,2.1G,I,12.5MM,I3000 HD,2.1GB,I,F2,12.5MM,IBM,V2 BRKT,HD,PLSTC,12.5MM,STW SCR,M3.0x0.5x4,PHH,NPL INSUL,MET,BTM,HD,12.5MM, STW
Hard-disk drive, 3.2-GB, service kit* CUS,HD,3.2G,I,12.5MM,IBM,I3000 Assembly, hard-disk drive, 3.2-GB Hard-disk drive, 3.2-GB Bracket, hard-disk drive Screws, bracket Insulator, metal Hard-disk drive, 4.0-GB, service kit* Assembly, hard-disk drive, 4.0-GB Hard-disk drive, 4.0-GB Bracket, hard-disk drive Screws, bracket Insulator, metal
SUBASSY,HD,3.2G,I,12.5MM,I3000 HD,3.2GB,I,12.5MM,NBK,IBM BRKT,HD,PLSTC,12.5MM,STW SCR,M3.0x0.5x4,PHH,NPL INSUL,MET,BTM,HD,12.5MM, STW CUS,HD,4.0G,I,12.5MM,IBM,I3000 SUBASSY,HD,4.0G,I,12.5MM,I3000 HD,4.0GB,I,12.5MM,NBK,IBM BRKT,HD,PLSTC,12.5MM,STW SCR,M3.0x0.5x4,PHH,NPL INSUL,MET,BTM,HD,12.5MM, STW
Part or Assembly Name Order Name Hard-Disk Drive Assemblies (continued)
Bracket, plastic Plate, insulator, EMI
BRKT,HD,PLSTC,12.5MM,NBK, I3000 INSUL,MET,BTM,HD,12.5MM, I3000
Covers, hinge, service kit Covers, hinge
CUS,CVR,PLSTC,HNG,NBK,I3000 HNG,PLSTC,CVR,LF/RT,NBK, I3000
Keyboard, U.S. Keyboard, UK Keyboard, Japan Keyboard, Germany Keyboard, French LCD panel, active-matrix color display (TFT), 12.1 IBM Bezel, front, 12.1 IBM Cable, flex, 12.1 IBM Hinges, display, 12.1 Bezel, back, 12.1 IBM Bumper, upper rubber, 12.1 Cable, inverter, 12.1 IBM Bracket, LCD panel, 12.1 IBM Screw, LCD panel Screw, bezel Washer Cover, lower rubber Board, inverter
KYBD,87,US,NBK,I3000,JM KYBD,88,UK,NBK,I3000,JM KYBD,88,JPN,NBK,I3000,JM KYBD,88,GER,NBK,I3000,JM KYBD,88,FR,NBK,I3000,JM
Cable, LCD discreet, 13.3 Samsung CBL,WIRE,LCD,13.3,I3000,SMSNG Cable, inverter, 13.3 Samsung Bezel, back, 13.3 Samsung Bracket, EPE, 13.3 Samsung CBL,WIRE,INVRTR,LCD,13.3, I3000,SAM CVR,BK,13.3,W/LTCH,I3000, SMSNG FOAM,SPCR,LCD,13.3,NBK, I3000,SMSNG
Bracket, LCD panel, 13.3 Samsung BRKT,MET,LCD,13.3,NBK,I3000, SMSNG Screw, flex cable ground Screw, LCD panel Screw, bezel Cover, lower rubber Board, inverter Spacer, 13.3 SCR,M2.5X0.45P+3F-NI SCR,M3.0X0.5+6FP-MC SCR,M2.5X0.45P+5FP-ZK PAD,RBR,SCR,LWR,LCD,NBK, I3000 CRD,INVRTR,13.3,I3000, SMSNG SHIM,WSHER,5X3X.3,THIN,NYL
Part or Assembly Name Memory Order Name
Memory module, 16-MB, service kit* Memory modules, two 16-MB Memory module, 32-MB, service kit* Memory modules, two 32-MB Memory module, 64-MB, service kit* Memory modules, two 64-MB Door, memory, service kit* Door, memory Foot, rubber Board, network, 10/100, service kit Board, network, 10BT, service kit Modem, 33.6, cable, service kit Modem/LAN, 33.6/10BT, service kit Modem, 33.6, cable/XJ, service kit Modem, 56KB
CUS,DIMM,16M,66M,2K,144,NBK DIMM,16,66M,2X64,2K,144 CUS,DIMM,32M,66M,2K,144,NBK DIMM,16,66M,4X64,4K,144 CUS,DIMM,64M,66M,2K,144,NBK DIMM,16,66M,8X64,4K,144 CUS,DOOR,PLSTC,BTM,RAM, I3000 DOOR,PLSTC,BTM,RAM,NBK, I3000 FOOT,RBR,CVR,BTM,NBK,I3000
Modems and LAN
KIT,CRD,ADPT,NTWK,10/100,TX, 3C KIT,ADPT,NTWK,10BT,NBK, 3COM KIT,MDM,33.6,CBL,PCMCIA, MTRLA KIT,MDM/LAN,33.6/10BT, PCMCIA KIT,MDM,33.6,CBL/XJ,PCMCIA, MHZ MDM,56K,PCMCIA,CBL/XJACK, USROB
Board, LVDS (XGA, 13.3 Samsung) Board, LVDS (XGA, 13.3 IBM)
CRD,INTFC,LVDS,LCD,I3000, SMSNG CRD,INTFC,LVDS,LCD,I3000,IBM
Part or Assembly Name Order Name Miscellaneous Parts (continued)
IC, system BIOS (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, M233XT, M266XT) IC, system BIOS (D233ST, D233XT, D266XT) Board, audio Board, USB Board, IR Lens, IR Cable, IR Standoffs, processor board Bezel, audio Heat sink (with fan), system (M166ST, M200ST, M233ST, M233XT, M266XT) Heat sink (with fan), system (D233ST, D233XT, D266XT) Assembly, base Feet, rubber Plate, metal locking Assembly, LCD latch Latch Spring Assembly, speaker wire Speaker Microphone Cover, right speaker Cover, left speaker
HDD bay (HD1, HD2, B4); battery bay (B5); HD drive (E1E6)
diskette drive (FD1FD5); CD-ROM drive (CD1CD4)
keyboard (K1, K2); heat sink (HS1HS3)
status display (SD1); 13.3 LCD ground (G1); 12.1 LCD ground (G1, G2) touch pad (H7); speakers (S1, S2)
LCD hinge (H1H4); bottom of base assembly (B1B3)
upper case below LCD (CS1, CS2)
upper case beside microphone (CS3, CS4) standoffs (ST1ST3); PC Card cage (P1P4)
upper case at interior opening (CS5, CS6)
IR PWA (IR1); HDD heat sink (HT1HT6)
LVDS (G2); USB (U1)
main board (M1M3); I/O panel (ST4ST11) 13.3 LCD hinges (H12H15); 13.3 LCD bracket (BR1BR3)
front bezel (F1F4 on 12.1, F5 and F6 on 13.3)
LCD panel (LC1LC4 on 12.1, LC5LC8 on 13.3)
12.1 LCD hinges (H6, H7, H9, and H10)
12.1 LCD bracket (H5, H8)
Figure 4-19. Location Template
CAUTION: During the following removal and replacement procedures, you will see Kapton tape in many places on the computer. When reinstalling or replacing parts, be sure to replace the Kapton tape correctly to retain the electrical protection and noise reduction the tape provides.
ZIF connector palmrest
(screws K1 and K2 are 4 mm)
Figure 4-20. Keyboard Removal
To remove the keyboard, follow these steps: 1. Remove the hinge covers. If the hinge covers are tight, use a plastic wedge or scribe to loosen them. 2. Remove the connector cover. Start from the right side and gently pry the connector cover from the computer. CAUTION: When reinstalling the connector cover, be sure the routing of the I/R cable (see Figure 4-22) is correct. If the wires of the I/R cable are not replaced correctly, in relation to the tabs of the connector cover, future removal of the cover may not be possible.
3. Remove the keyboard screws K1 and K2. 4. Lift up the keyboard from the palmrest. Pull forward at the back of the keyboard to release the edge of the keyboard from the palmrest assembly. 5. Disconnect the keyboard cable from the ZIF connector. Use a small flat-blade screwdriver or scribe to release the ZIF connector securing the keyboard cable. CAUTION: Lift away the cable only after the ZIF connector is opened (see ZIF Connectors found earlier in this chapter). Pulling the cable from the connector damages the conductive coating on the end of the cable. 6. Remove the keyboard from the palmrest.
HS3 HS1 fan connector palmrest assembly HS2 heat sink
(screws HS1HS3 are 5 mm)
Figure 4-21. Heat Sink Removal
To remove the heat sink, follow these steps: 1. Remove the keyboard. 2. Remove black chromate panhead screws HS1, HS2, and HS3. The heat sink will come free except for the fan cable. Push back and lift up on the heat sink to access the fan cable. 3. Remove the fan cable. The fan cable is beneath the heat sink on the left side. Use a plastic scribe or flat-blade screwdriver, if necessary. 4. Remove the heat sink from the palmrest assembly.
Status Display Panel
SD1 status display panel connector JP5 connector P3 palmrest assembly status display panel connector
(screw SD1 is 5 mm)
Figure 4-22. Status Display Panel Removal
To remove the status display panel, follow these steps: 1. Remove the hinge covers and connector cover. See Keyboard found earlier in this chapter. 2. Remove status display panel screw SD1. 3. Remove the status display panel. The status display panel has two connectors. 4. Disconnect the status display panel connector from connector JP5 on the main board. 5. Disconnect the I/R cable from connector P3 on the status display panel. 6. Remove the status display panel from the palmrest assembly. When reinstalling the status display panel, see the first Caution for Keyboard found earlier in this chapter.
The LCD assembly consists of the display assembly and its related components. This section describes how to remove either the 12.1-inch or 13.3-inch LCD assembly. Later sections in this chapter provide removal and replacement procedures for the components of the LCD assembly.
LCD assembly hinge covers (2)
H4 LCD flex cable connectors JP8 or JP1 inverter cable
connector cover status display panel
(screws G1 and G2 are 5 mm)
(screws H1H4 are 8 mm)
NOTE: This is a figure of a 12.1-inch LCD assembly. The 13.3-inch LCD assembly has an LCD wiring harness instead of an LCD flex cable.
Figure 4-23. LCD Assembly Removal
To remove the LCD assembly, follow these steps: 1. Remove the hinge covers and the connector cover. See Keyboard found earlier in this chapter. 2. Remove the status display panel. 3. Disconnect the inverter cable. The inverter cable is a cable harness on the right side of the LCD assembly.
4. For a 12.1-inch display, remove cable connector screws G1 and G2. For a 13.3-inch display, remove only cable connector screw G1. On 12.1-inch displays, screw G1 holds the LCD cable ground in place. G1 has a square washer. On 13.3-inch displays, screw G1 holds the left side of the LVDS board (see Figure 4-32) in place. 5. For a 12.1-inch display, disconnect the LCD flex cable from connector JP8 on the main board. For a 13.3-inch display, disconnect the LCD cable harness from connector JP1 on the LVDS board (see Figure 4-32). 6. Close the display and remove hinge screws H1, H2, H3, and H4. 7. Remove the LCD assembly from the computer.
The palmrest assembly consists of the following components:
IR assembly Left and right speaker assemblies Hard-disk drive heat sink Touch-pad assembly
The following subsections provide removal and replacement procedures for the components of the palmrest assembly. These procedures assume that the keyboard assembly, heat sink, status display panel, and the LCD assembly have been removed.
wiring harness CS1
CS3 CS5 CS4
B4 base assembly
B1 B2 B5 B3 (screws CS3, and CS4 are 5 mm) (screws B4 and B5 are 3 mm)
(screws B1, B2, B3, CS5, and CS6 are 12 mm)
(screws CS1 and CS2 are 8 mm)
12 mm 8 mm 5 mm 3 mm
Figure 4-24. Palmrest Assembly Removal
To remove the palmrest assembly, follow these steps: 1. Remove bottom screws B1, B2, B3, B4, and B5. 2. Remove case screws CS1 and CS2. These screws are to the side of the hinges. 3. Remove case screws CS3 and CS4. These screws are on either side of the microphone.
4. Remove case screws CS5 and CS6. These screws are on the edge of the heat sink opening. 5. Disconnect the speaker wiring harness from connector JP16 (see Figure 4-29). This wiring harness also contains wiring for the touch pad and the touch pad buttons. 6. Remove the palmrest assembly from the base assembly. Start at the right rear of the computer and move forward around the computer. Carefully lift the palmrest assembly up and pull it forward to release the hidden tabs spaced around the sides and front. When replacing the palmrest assembly, orient the assembly in its original position on the base assembly and press firmly near each tab until the palmrest assembly snaps into place. Start at the front, to align those tabs first. Make sure all the tabs are aligned.
(screw IR1 is 3 mm)
I/R board cable connector JP1 IR1
Figure 4-25. IR Board Removal
To remove the IR board, follow these steps: 1. Remove the palmrest assembly. 2. Remove IR board screw IR1. 3. Disconnect the IR board cable from the IR board connector JP1. 4. Remove the IR board from the palmrest assembly.
Hard-Disk Drive Heat Sink
hard-disk drive heat sink HT1 HT3 HT2
(screws HT1HT6 are 3 mm)
3 mm HT4 HT5
Figure 4-26. Hard-Disk Drive Heat Sink Removal
To remove the hard-disk drive heat sink, follow these steps: 1. Remove the palmrest assembly. 2. Remove hard-disk drive heat sink screws HT1 through HT6. 3. Remove the hard-disk drive heat sink from the palmrest assembly.
12.1-Inch LCD Bracket
H5 back cover H8
(screws H5 and H8 are 5 mm)
Figure 4-44. 12.1-Inch LCD Bracket Removal
To remove the 12.1-inch LCD bracket, follow these steps: 1. Remove the front bezel. See 12.1-Inch LCD Front Bezel found earlier in this section. 2. Remove the LCD panel. See 12.1-Inch LCD Panel found earlier in this section. 3. Remove the hinges. See the previous subsection, 12.1-Inch LCD Hinges. 4. Remove bracket screws H5 and H8. 5. Remove the bracket from the back cover. With your fingers, slide the bracket toward the top of the cover and lift the bracket off the back cover. There are two clips, one near each hinge, that hold the bracket in place.
13.3-Inch LCD Components
The 13.3-inch LCD assembly consists of the following components:
Front bezel LCD panel Inverter board and cable Hinges Bracket Back cover LCD wiring harness
The following procedures provide removal and replacement procedures for these components, and assume that the 13.3-inch LCD assembly has been removed from the computer. See LCD Assembly found earlier in this chapter.
13.3-Inch LCD Front Bezel
bumpers (2) bezel screw covers (2) front bezel
F6 (screws F5 and F6 are 5 mm)
Figure 4-45. 13.3-Inch LCD Front Bezel Removal
To remove the 13.3-inch LCD front bezel, follow these steps: 1. Remove the LCD assembly. See LCD Assembly found earlier in this chapter. 2. Use a dental pick to pry the front-bezel screw covers out of the screw holes in the bezel. 3. Remove front-bezel screws F5 and F6.
4. Separate the front bezel from the back cover. With the bottom of the LCD assembly facing you (cables end), insert your fingertips between the LCD panel and the front bezel. Start in the center of the bezel and work out to the corners. With a peel-back-and-push motion, separate the front bezel from the hidden tabs on the back cover. Do not put pressure on the LCD panel with your knuckles; microscopic fractures in the panel could result. Separate the bottom first and then proceed to each side, leaving the top of the assembly until last. When the bottom and sides have been released from the hidden tabs, proceed to the left corner. Lift the corner of the front bezel out to the side, until the hidden corner tab is freed. Repeat the procedure for the other corner, and lift up on the front bezel to release it from the back cover. Lift the back cover over the latch. When replacing the front bezel, orient the bezel in its original position on the assembly and press firmly near each tab until the bezel snaps into place. Ensure that the LCD wiring harness and the inverter cable are routed correctly and are not pinched.
13.3-Inch LCD Panel
(screws LC5LC8 are 6 mm) LCD panel LC6
6 mm (screw GS1 is 3 mm)
3 mm GS1 back cover LC8
LCD cable harness
Figure 4-46. 13.3-Inch LCD Panel Removal
To remove the 13.3-inch LCD panel, follow these steps: 1. Remove the front bezel. See the previous subsection, 13.3-Inch LCD Front Bezel. 2. Remove LCD panel screws LC5, LC6, LC7, and LC8.
3. Remove the LCD panel. NOTE: Be careful when removing any part of the LCD cable harness. Lift up the LCD panel, and disconnect the LCD cable harness from connector J1 on the back of the LCD panel (for an IBM panel, hold the cable ground strap in place with one hand and peel back the EMI tape covering that holds the ground strap in place on the cable). Disconnect the LCD-to-inverter cable from inverter-board connector CN2 on the side of the inverter board next to the back cover (see Figure 4-47). CAUTION: When reinstalling an IBM LCD cable, slide the cable underneath the ground strap in place and reapply the EMI tape. 4. Remove grounding screw GS1 from the bracket.
13.3-Inch LCD Inverter Board
locating holes (2)
LCD cable harness inverter cable
connector CN2 tabs (4)
Figure 4-47. 13.3-Inch Inverter Board Removal
To remove the 13.3-inch inverter board, follow these steps: 1. Remove the front bezel. See 13.3-Inch LCD Front Bezel found earlier in this section. 2. Remove the LCD panel. See the previous subsection, 13.3-Inch LCD Panel. 3. Remove the inverter board from the four tabs holding it to the back cover. Turn the board over so that the boards components are facing up. 4. Disconnect the inverter cable from connector CN1 on the inverter board and remove the cable. 5. Remove the inverter board from the back cover. The bracket does not have to be taken off to remove the inverter board. When reinstalling the inverter board, connect the LCD panel cable to the inverter board connector, CN1, before reinstalling the bracket. Turn the board over with the components side facing the back cover and secure the board with the tabs. There are four tabs that hold the inverter board in place. The inverter board has locating holes in the upper-left corner and lower-right corner. Replace the tape on the back of the board. When replacing the inverter board, make sure you have the correct board. The inverter board for a 13.3-inch IBM LCD assembly is different from the inverter board for a 13.3-inch Samsung LCD assembly.
Dell 3200MP Projector
Great things come in small packages, and they keep getting better.
Business users looking to take their shows on the road with a portable projector have a number of choices that weigh in at under 2kg. But Dell has the only 1.6kg, XGA projector that is priced to get the most out of your budget. With its bright 1300 ANSI Lumens (max.)1 and super-high 1800:1 contrast ratio, the Dell 3200MP Projector offers outstanding performance, value, mobility and ease of use. Great performance and value is a given its from Dell! Weeks and months of preparation for an important presentation can go to waste with a projector that doesnt perform up to par. The Dell 3200MP micro-portable projector was built from the inside out to make your work look great! You can take your presentations anywhere with this fully versatile projector. In addition to desktop or tabletop use, it is ceiling-mountable for use in classrooms, training rooms and conference rooms. Considering the rigours and complexity of travel, portability is key. The 3200MP, at a mere 1.6kg, and 74mm thin, is lighter than most notebooks, making it a handy travelling companion. To enhance its road-readiness, it is equipped with a strong magnesium casing and comes with its own rugged carrying case. Factor in Dell performance and value, 2-year warranty with Advanced Exchange Service2, as well as Dells renowned technical support, and you have a lightweight projector thats a heavyweight performer. Performance Up to 1300 ANSI Lumens (max)1 gives clear images, even with ambient light Super-high 1800:1 contrast ratio (full on/full off) for great video images and crisp text Native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution with autosync upto UXGA Integrated zoom lens and keystone correction allows adjustment of the projected image DDR DLP technology from Texas Instruments Supports full range of television and video standards including NTSC, PAL, SECAM and HDTV (480p, 480i, 720p and 1080i) Value Includes hard-shell carrying case, wireless remote control and all necessary cables 2-year Next Business Day Advanced Exchange warranty service2 as standard (90 days on bulb) Mobility Lightweight, compact design: 1.6kg and 74mm thin Form factor is smaller and lighter than most notebooks Durable, sturdy magnesium casing helps protect against damage on the road Ease of use True plug-and-play compatibility with virtually all computers, including Dell Latitude and Inspiron notebooks Quick setup guide for first-time users shows the steps to normal operation Remote control with integrated laser pointer and mouse functions Ceiling-mountable (kit sold separately)
Presentations made easy. Easy as
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DELL 3200MP PROJECTOR
Wireless remote with laser pointer Mouse for remote cursor control
3200MP PROJECTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Projection Technology Single chip DDR DLP (Digital Light Processing) Brightness 1300 ANSI Lumens (max)1 Contrast 1800:1 (full on/full off) Resolution Native 1024 x 768 XGA, with auto sync to UXGA (1600 x 1200) Displayable Colours 16.7 million Weight 1.6kg Dimensions 234mm x 74mm x 188mm Image Adjustment Integrated zoom lens and keystone correction Projection Screen Size 25" 293" (diagonal) Projection Distance 1.2m 12m 74mm Video Compatibility NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM and HDTV (1080i, 720p, 480i/p) compatibility Multimedia Capability Internal 2 watts speaker and amp 234mm Included Accessories Carrying case, wireless remote with laser pointer and all necessary cables Warranty and Support 2-year warranty with Advanced Exchange Service2 (90 days on bulb), online and phone technical support Flexible Orientation Desktop, ceiling-mountable and rear/front projection Bulb 150 watts, user-replaceable P-VIP; 2000 hours Power Consumption 210 watts at normal operation Power Supply Universal 100-240V AC 50/60Hz I/O Connectors Power: AC power input socket Computer input: one M1-DA connector for analogue/digital/component/HDTV signal and mouse Computer output: one 15-pin D-sub Video input: one composite video RCA and one S-Video Audio input: one audio jack Environmental Operating temperature: 10C 40C (50F 104F) Humidity: 80% maximum Storage temperature: -20C 60C (-4F 140F) Humidity: 80% maximum
Vent blows air away from audience Integrated zoom lens and keystone correction
Four directional keys
Lamp warning light
Temperature warning light
Pricing, specifications, availability and terms may change without notice. 1. Based on ANSI/NAPM IT7.228-1997 tests of 100 units, November 2002, with average ANSI Lumens 1221. Bulb brightness degrades with usage. Dell recommends replacing your bulb after 2000 hours of usage. 2. Dells Terms and Conditions of Sales and Service apply and are available on request and at www.euro.dell.com. DLP and Digital Light Processing are trademarks of Texas Instruments. Dell, the Dell logo, Latitude and Inspiron are trademarks of Dell Computer Corporation. 2003 Dell Computer Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of Dell Computer Corporation is strictly forbidden. EU836/27January2003
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