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GSM TELEPHONE

SGH-C140
GSM TELEPHONE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
CONTENTS Specification Exploded View and Parts List Flow Chart of Troubleshooting Array course control Block Diagrams PCB Diagrams MAIN Electrical Parts List Reference data Safety Precautions Product Function

Contents

1. Specification 1-1. GSM General Specification....1-1 1-2. GSM Tx Power Class....1-2 2. Exploded View and Parts List 2-1. Cellular phone Exploded View....2-1 2-2. Cellular phone Part list...2-2 2-3. Disassembly....2-4 2-4. Assembly....2-6 2-5. LCD KIT....2-8 3. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 3-1. Baseband 3-1-1. Power ON....9-1 3-1-2. Initial.....9-4 3-1-3. Sim Part....9-6 3-1-4. Charging Part....9-8 3-1-5. Microphone Part....9-9 3-1-6. Speaker Part...9-11 3-1-7. LCD.....9-13 3-1-8. Camera....9-16 3-2. RF 3-2-1. GSM Receiver...3-18 3-2-2. DCS Receiver...3-19 3-2-3. PCS Receiver...3-20 3-2-4. GSM Transmitter....3-23 3-2-5. DCS Transmitter....3-24 3-2-6. PCS Transmitter....3-25 3-2-7. Bluetooth Part....3-27 4. Array course control Software Downloading 4-1. Downloading Binary Files...4-2 4-2. Pre-requsite for Downloading...4-2 4-3. S/W Downloader Program....4-3
5. MAIN Electrical Parts List 6. Block Diagrams 7. PCB Diagrams 8. Reference data 9. Safety Precautions 9-1. Repair Precaution....9-1 9-2. ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices) Precaution..9-2 10. Product Function 10-1. Main Function....10-1

1. Specification

1-1. GSM General Specification
EG SM Ph ase 2 F req. Ban d[MHz] Uplin k/Down link ARF CN ra nge T x/Rx spacing Mo d. Bit r ate/ Bit Period Ti me Slo t Pe rio d/Fr am e Per iod Modula tion M S Power Powe r Class Se nsitivity TDMA M ux Cell Radiu s 8 80~25~960 0~& 9 75~45 M Hz 270.833 kb ps 3. 692 u s 5 76.9 u s 4. 615 ms 0.3 G M SK 33 d Bm ~5 dBm 5 pcl ~ 19 pcl -dBm Km DCSPhase 1 1710~1805~512~95 MHz 2 70.kbps 3.us 576. 9 us 4.615 ms 0.3 G MSK dBm ~0 dBm 0 pcl ~ 15 pcl - 100 dBm Km

Speclflcation

1-2. GSM Tx Power Class
TX Power control level 19 TX Power control level 132 dBm dBm dBm 73 dBm 53 dBm 64 dBm 44 dBm 25 dBm 05 dBm 84 dBm 104 dBm

GSM900

DCS1800
332 dBm 312 dBm 292 dBm 272 dBm 252 dBm 232 dBm 212 dBm 192 dBm 172 dBm 152 dBm
303 dBm 283 dBm 263 dBm 243 dBm 223 dBm 203 dBm 183 dBm 163 dBm 143 dBm 124 dBm
2. Exploded View and Parts List
2-1. Cellular phone Exploded View
QME01 QSP01 QMP01 QMO01 QMI01
SAMSUNG Proprietary-Contents may change without notice
This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization
Main Electrical Parts List
2-2. Cellular phone Parts list
Design LOC QAN02 QBA00 QBA01 QCR66 QFR01 QKP01 QLC01 QME01 QMI01 QMO01 QMP01 QRF01 QSP01 QRE01 QRF03 Discription ANTENNA-SGHC140 PMO-COVER BATTERY INNER BATTERY PACK-800MAH,MAIN SCREW-MACHINE ASSY CASE-FRONT ASSY KEYPAD-(XEF/IAA) LCD-MAIN MODULE (SGHC140) UNIT-DOME SHEET MICROPHONE-ASSY-SGH-C140 MOTOR-DC PBA MAIN-SGHC140 (PBA MAIN) MPR-TAPE RF SHEET SPEAKER ASSY CASE-REAR PMO-COVER EAR SEC CODE GH42-01048A GH72-35803A GH43-02589A 6001-002047 GH98-03014A GH98-03633A GH07-01030A GH59-03843A GH30-00333A 3101-001324 GH92-03244A GH74-28399A 3001-002074 GH98-03015A GH72-35806A
Discription BAG PE ADAPTOR-SGHC140 DC JACK(EU_B LABEL(P)-IMEI LABEL(P)-WATER SOAK LABEL(P)-WATER SOAK MANUAL USERS-EU CZECH LABEL(R)-MAIN(EU) BOX(P)-UNIT MAIN(EU) NPR-BRACKET LID MPR-SPONGE SPK A MPR-SPONGE SPK B MPR-VINYL BOHO WINDOW
SEC CODE 6902-000634 GH44-01597A GH68-01335D GH68-02026A GH68-02026A GH68-13465A GH68-13489A GH69-04914A GH71-07160A GH74-28347A GH74-28350A GH74-30206A

2-3. Assembly

Standard Points

Speaker

1) Attach the LCD module to the PBA. 2) Solder LCD module to the PBA. 1) Solder the motor, speaker and mike.

caution caution

1) Be care of the polarity of wires.
1) Be careful, the motor wire isnt down. 2) Be careful with the damages of FPCBS.
Rotate 3 times Rotate 1 time
1) Assemble the LCD module.

caution

1) Put the Speaker into the Carrier. 2) Put the Motor into the Carrier.
1) Be care of scratch and molding damage. 2) Keep the orders.
1) Be care of damage to the FPCBs. 2) Be care of scratch and molding damage.

1) Check the PBA

1) Be care of scratch and molding damage.
Put the left side of the PBA Press right side of the PBA.
Push the back of MIC to attach firmly.
1) Put the PBA to the FRONT

1) Screw down 4 Points

2-4. Disassembly
1) Unscrew the 4 points. 2) Separate the REAR from the FRONT using an assembly stick. caution 1) Be care of scratch and molding damage. 1) Disassemble the FRONT from the PBA. caution 1) Be care of scratch and molding damage. 2) Be care of damage to the PBA.
Check the MIC holder. It could be lost easily. 1) Disassemble the Carrier from the PBA. 1) Check the FRONT.
1) Be care of damage to the wires. 2) Be care of scratch and molding damage.
1) Detach the Speaker and Motor from the Carrier using tweezers. caution 1) Be care of scratch and molding damage. 2) Be care of damage to the wires. 1) Disassemble the LCD module from the PBA caution 1) Be care of scratch and molding damage. 2) Be care of damage to the LCD module.

Soldering Points

1) Solder the LCD FPCB to take the LCD out. caution 1) Be care of scratch and molding damage. 2) Be care of damage to the LCD FPCB.
3. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-1. Baseband

3-1-1. Power ON

'Power ON' does not work

check the current consumption >= 100mA Yes

Download again

Check the Voltage of the Battery >= 3.3V Yes

Charge the battery

Check the pin C100,C101,C102 of UCP101 is >= 2.8V >=2.8V Yes
Check "Power On" key? Yes

check keypad 1

check UCP101 and C101
Check the clock signal at pin #3 of OSC400 Freq=26Mhz, Vrms >=300mV No Check the clock generation circuit OSC400

Yes Check the Initial Operation Yes END
Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

DSP_DB(0:15)

DSP_DB(15) DSP_DB(14) DSP_DB(13) DSP_DB(12) DSP_DB(11) DSP_DB(10) DSP_DB(9)
D2 D3 E3 E2 F3 F2 F1 DB15 DB14 DB13 DB12 DB11 DB10

VCCD_2.9V

NC6 NC5 GNDS17 GNDS16 GNDS15 GNDS14 GNDS13 GNDS12 GNDS11 GNDS10 GNDS9 GNDS8 GNDS7 GNDS6 GNDS5 GNDS4 GNDS3 GNDS2 GNDS1 NC8
K10 J10 J9 J8 J7 H9 H8 H7 H6 G10 G9 G8 G7 F10 F9 F8 F7 D13

VCCA_2.9V

C101 VCCD_2.9V
GND_OCTL VDD_OCTL GNDV VDDV GNDB VDDB GNDD VDDD VSS4 VSS3 VSS2 VSS1 VDD_IO2 VDD_IO1 VDD3 VDD2 VDD1 GND_HCUR GND_PSC2 GND_PSC1 GNDQ VDD67 VDD5
B4 C4 P13 L11 F6 A6 M10 N11 P6 R2 K4 G5 J4 N5 N6 M3 J3 F11 K15 B15 E8 B13 C10
UP_CLK UP_RST UP_IO SIM_IO SIM_RST SIM_CLK
VDD34 C11 VDD12 J13 N9 R10 P10 J11 K11 K14
SIMCLK SIMRST SIMDATA SIM_IO SIM_RST SIM_CLK

3-1-2. Initial

Initial Failure
check the pin RSTB of UCP201 is LOW?

Check UCP201

check the pin CKI of UCP201 is 13Mhz? Yes

Check R308, R306, C341

Check the clock signal at pin #3 of OSC400 Freq=26Mhz?

check OSC400

Check VCCD_2.9V, VCCD_1. 8V of UCP101 "High" when the phone is boot on?

Check UCP101

VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS
L9 J11 L8 M7 L10 L6 K7 K6 J7 H11 H7 G10 G9 F6 A3 A2
VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD
C16 A5 R17 R16 T13 R4 R1 G1 E2

VCCD_1.8V VCCD_2.9V

VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE VDDE
B14 E17 E16 N16 U16 U15 P8 U2 M1 B1 E15 VSS_DPLL VDD_DPLL XVREF VSSA VDDA VRTC CKI RSTB G16 F10 E10 C11 D8 F17 C12

VCCD_1.8V

TDO TRST TDI TMS TCK F12 F15 H12 G12 H13

VRTC_3V

TR_RST

VREF CLK13M_TR TR_RST

3-1-3. Sim Part
"Insert SIM" is displayed on the LCD
The voltage is 2.8V at the pin#1 of SIM103

Check the UCP101

Is there any signal pin #2,3 of SIM103?
Check the UCP101 & UCP201

Check the SIM Card

SIM4 G G G G 8 7

VSIM SIM_RST SIM_CLK

SIM_IO

C104 C105 C106

3-1-4.Microphone Part
* Call with Sim before testing. MicroPhone does not work Yes
Check the soldered status of microphone Yes

Resolder microphone

Check the reference voltage on mic path C139 2.0V Yes
Resolder or change R143,R147,C139,C145,C140,C144, R148,R149,R150,R152

Is microphone OK?

Yes END
R148 MICINP MICOUTP R150 MICINN MICOUTN R152 R149

MIC100

VR118 VR119

3-1-5. Speaker Part

There is no sound from speaker
Is the terminal of Speaker O.K.?

Replace the Speaker

Are there any signal at the C136, R140, R141? Yes
Are the any signals at the R101, R102, R153, R155?

Check the Speaker

3-1-6. LCD backlight

Backlight does not work

Backlight ON "TIME" mode in the menu? Yes
Select backlight "15 sec" mode
Check conecting between PBA and LCD conector Yes

Check FPCB

Check MOD300 v(pin #26 - #28,29) = 3.1/2.7V(dimming)

Check the LCD

VBAT VCCD_2.9V
DUMMY LED_1 LED_2 RD VBAT AVDD DVDD A(2) GND CS WR RST GND DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 DB8 DB9 DB10 DB11 DB12 DB13 DB14 DB15 DUMMY MOD300

1LED 2LED

A(2) LCD_CS CP_WEN MEM_RST D(0) D(1) D(2) D(3) D(4) D(5) D(6) D(7)

GND300

GND301

3-2. RF 3-2-1. GSM Rx

CONTINOUS RX ON RF INPUT : 62CH AMP : -50dbm
Normal condition catch the channel ?

ANT, C303, R300

Check PAM400 pin 12 -65 dbm ? Yes
Resolder or change RFS400, L300, L301, L303, C305, C302
Check PAM400 pin 16 -65 dbm ? Yes
Resolder or change PAM400
Check U400 pin 21,22 65dBm ? Yes
Resolder or change F401, C319, U409, L306
Check U400 pin 13 = 2.9V Yes Resolder or change UCP201
Resolder or change UCP101

3-2-2. DCS Rx

CONTINOUS RX ON RF INPUT : 698CH AMP : -50dbm
Check PAM400 pin 18 -65 dbm ? Yes
Check U400 pin 19,20 65dBm ? Yes
Resolder or change F400, C310, C312, L304

RFS400

G A 4 C 1

R300 C304 L303 C305

DPCS_PAM_IN GSM_PAM_IN F400 COUT 4 OUT IN ANT 1 DCSIN GSM900_IN VCC1 VCC2 RX1 V1 RX11 VBATT 7 G 1 CG

DCS_LNA_IN_N C312 L304

20 COUT 4 OUT IN G 1 VBS G FC317

DCS_LNA_IN_P

GSM_LNA_IN_N L306 U409

PAM400

VRAMP VMOD_EN 8 9

R303 VAPC VMOD_EN

GSM_LNA_IN_P

VTX NC NC 14 18

C330 GND GND GND GND GND GND 19 21

BAND_SEL1

VRF_2.9V

HOT GND2

OSC400

GND1 HOT 2 1

26M_OUT AFC C306 R301 C307 VCCD_2.9V

RTXQN RTXQP

VCC_REF

REF_OP

V A FC

VCC_BBQ

REFINB
VLDO1 VBAT VDD VCC_TXVCO TXOP_HI TXOP_LO

VCC_BBI VCC_FE

RX1800 U400 RX900B RX900 RX850B RX850

S D A TA 28

RX1800B

RX1900

RX1900B
DCS_LNA_IN_P DCS_LNA_IN_N GSM_LNA_IN_P GSM_LNA_IN_N

GSM_PAM_IN

SCLK SEN
SERLE SERCLK SERDAT RTXIN RTXIP

NC 35 NC 34

DPCS_PAM_IN

3-2-3. GSM Tx

CONTINUS TX ON CONDITION TX POWER DAC : 554 CODE APPLIED CH : 62ch RBW : 100KHz VBW : 100KHz SPAN : 10MHz REF LEV : 10dBm ATT : 20dB
Check U400pin 15 : about 2~3 dbm?
Check U400 pin 6 : 2.8V ?
Check and change UCP201,UCP101

Yes No

PAM400 pin 11: about 4~5dbm?

Check and change RFS400, L300,L301
Yes U400 check & change
PAM400 pin 7 : 3.7V ? Yes PAM400 pin 8 : 1.2V ? Yes
PAM400 pin 12: about -5dbm?
Battery, UCP101 check & change

UCP101 check

Yes PAM400 pin 6 : 3V ? Yes PAM400 change or resolder No UCP101 check
U400 pin 12,13,28,29 : 2.9V ? Yes U400 change or resolder
UCP101 change or resolder

3-2-4. DCS Tx

CONTINUS TX ON CONDITION
Check U400 pin 16 : about 2~3 dbm?
Check and change CH : 698CH(DCS), 660CH(PCS) UCP201,UCP101 RBW : 100KHz
2 VBW : 100KHz SPAN : 10MHz REF LEV : 10dBm ATT : 20dB
TX POWER DAC : 560 CODE APPLIED
Yes No PAM400 pin 1 : about 4~5dbm? Yes U400 check & change No
Battery, PAMcheck & change

PAM400 check

PAM400 pin 12 : about -5dbm?

PAM400 pin 6 : 3V ?

Yes PAM400 change or resolder U400 pin 12,13,28,29 : 2.9V ? Yes U400 change or resolder

4. Array course control

Test Jig (GH80-00865A)

Test Cable (GH39-00743A)

RF Test Cable (GH39-00397A)

Array course control

Software Downloadin
4-1. Downloading Binary Files Three binary files for downloading C140. C140XXYY.s3 : Main source code binary.
4-2. Pre-requsite for Downloading Downloader Program(OptiFlash.exe) C140 Mobile Phone Data Cable - How to connect C140 data cable

Binary files

4-3. S/W Downloader Program 1. Load the binary download program by executing the OptiFlash.exe
2. Select the Options -> Settings -> Generic -> Specify hardware platform. Choose hardware platform for the downloader file setting. Set the everything else as the default values which are shown below
3. Select the COM port when the download cable is connected
Up to twelve ports are supported. Additionally you can select the maximum transfer speed OptiFlash will use to communicate with the phone. However, OptiFlash will use a slower speed if either the PCs or the phones serial hardware is incapable of handling the selected speed
4. Select theFlash&Verify -> Browse Set the directory path and choose the latest s/w binary, for example C140XXYY.s3, for the downloader binary setting.
Make sure that not to change the reserved memory regions. In case of C140 the reserved memory regions are : -0x00008000 0x0001ffff
5. Click OK button then press Flash. (Before pressing Flash button, push the button *and END at the same time. Then press Flash.) Downloader will upload the binary file as below for the downloading.

6. When downloading is finished successfully, there is a All is well message. 7. After finishing downloading, Certain memory resets should be done to guarantee the normal performance. 8. Confirm the downloaded version name and etc. : *#1111# Full Reset : *2767*3855#

5. Block Diagrams

6. PCB Diagrams

EAR102

SPK101

TP107 TP103 TP104 TP105

D 30 1

ZD121 ZD122

F401 F400

UCP101

PWR_KEEP

TP_A(1)

UCP201

TP204 TP203

RSTCP_TDOCP_TMS

CP_TDI GND1CP_TCK

TP_CSRAM

TP_CSROM

O S C 201

U206 SIM103 BTC104

U408 U405 U406 U403 U404 U402

TP_D(1)

D C J1

VR119 VR118

JIG_ON_J

VBAT_J

SDS_TXD_J SDS_RXD_J

PCB Diagrams

MOD300

GND300 GND301

RIGHT LEFT

I DOWN CLEAR

LED301

LED307

LED304

LE D302

LE D303

LED308

LED305

LED306

7. MAIN Electrical Parts List
SEC CODE 0401-001141 0403-001547 0406-001083 0406-001190 0406-001210 0406-001210 0504-000168 0601-001819 0601-001819 0601-001819 0601-001819 0601-001819 0601-001819 0601-001819 0601-001819 0801-002529 0801-003013 1001-001371 1108-000095 1201-002364 1202-001068 1203-003663 1203-003897 1203-004051 1204-001811 1205-003098 1209-001712 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 Design LOC D301 ZD114 ZD126 ZD111 ZD121 ZD122 TR103 LED301 LED302 LED303 LED304 LED305 LED306 LED307 LED308 U109 U401 U104 U206 PAM400 U101 U105 UCP101 U302 U106 U400 U202 VR112 VR118 VR119 VR203 VR204 VR205 VR206 VR208 VR209 VR210 Discription DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-ZENER DIODE-TVS DIODE-TVS DIODE-TVS DIODE-TVS TR-DIGITAL LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-ANALOG SWITCH IC-MCP IC-POWER AMP IC-VOLTAGE COMP. IC-BATTERY IC-POWER SUPERVISOR IC-DC/DC CONVERTER IC-MELODY IC-TRANSCEIVER IC-SENSOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR
STATUS SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA
Exploded View and Parts List
SEC CODE 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 1405-001082 2007-000139 2007-000148 2007-000148 2007-000148 2007-000148 2007-000157 2007-000157 2007-000160 2007-000161 2007-000161 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000162 2007-000163 2007-000163 2007-000164 2007-000170 2007-000170 2007-000170 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171 2007-000171

SEC CODE 2203-006348 2203-006348 2203-006348 2203-006348 2203-006361 2203-006423 2203-006423 2203-006423 2203-006423 2203-006423 2203-006423 2203-006462 2203-006556 2203-006556 2203-006562 2203-006562 2203-006626 2203-006681 2203-006681 2203-006824 2203-006824 2404-001105 2404-001105 2404-001336 2404-001336 2404-001374 2404-001406 2404-001430 2703-001236 2703-001747 2703-001750 2703-002200 2703-002200 2703-002200 2703-002313 2703-002484 2703-002558
Design LOC C115 C116 C117 C149 C142 C126 C301 C315 C320 C325 C326 C324 C302 C321 C127 C130 C314 C114 C151 C133 C150 C152 C153 C119 C139 C316 C110 C331 L309 R305 R300 L306 R101 R102 L303 L304 L305 C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-CER,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP C-TA,CHIP
INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD
SEC CODE 2703-002917 2703-002917 2801-004353 2801-004587 2904-001592 2904-001599 3301-001534 3705-001358 3709-001336 3711-006084 3722-001876 3722-002249 GH09-00039A GH71-07161A
Design LOC L300 L301 OSC201 OSC400 F401 F400 L308 RFS400 SIM103 BTC104 DCJ101 EAR102 UCP201 SH300
Discription INDUCTOR-SMD INDUCTOR-SMD CRYSTAL-SMD CRYSTAL-SMD FILTER-SAW FILTER-SAW BEAD-SMD CONNECTOR-COAXIAL CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE HEADER-BATTERY JACK-DC POWER JACK-EAR PHONE IC MICOM NPR-BRACKET FRAME
STATUS SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA

8. Reference data

8-1. Reference Abbreviate
AAC: Advanced Audio Coding. AVC : Advanced Video Coding. BER : Bit Error Rate BPSK: Binary Phase Shift Keying CA : Conditional Access CDM : Code Division Multiplexing C/I : Carrier to Interference DMB : Digital Multimedia Broadcasting EN : European Standard ES : Elementary Stream ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute MPEG: Moving Picture Experts Group PN : Pseudo-random Noise PS : Pilot Symbol QPSK: Quadrature Phase Shift Keying RS : Reed-Solomon SI : Service Information TDM : Time Division Multiplexing TS : Transport Stream

9. Safety Precautions

9-1. Repair Precaution
Repair in Shield Box, during detailed tuning. Take specially care of tuning or test, because specipicty of cellular phone is sensitive for surrounding interference(RF noise). Be careful to use a kind of magnetic object or tool, because performance of parts is damaged by the influence of manetic force. Surely use a standard screwdriver when you disassemble this product, otherwise screw will be worn away. Use a thicken twisted wire when you measure level. A thicken twisted wire has low resistance, therefore error of measurement is few. Repair after separate Test Pack and Set because for short danger (for example an overcurrent and furious flames of parts etc) when you repair board in condition of connecting Test Pack and tuning on. Take specially care of soldering, because Land of PCB is small and weak in heat. Surely tune on/off while using AC power plug, because a repair of battery charger is dangerous when tuning ON/OFF PBA and Connector after disassembing charger. Don't use as you pleases after change other material than replacement registered on SEC System. Otherwise engineer in charge isn't charged with problem that you don't keep this rules.

Safety Precautions

9-2. ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices) Precaution
Several semiconductor may be damaged easilly by static electricity. Such parts are called by ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices), for example IC,BGA chip etc. Read Precaution below. You can prevent from ESD damage by static electricity. Remove static electricity remained your body before you touch semiconductor or parts with semiconductor. There are ways that you touch an earthed place or wear static electricity prevention string on wrist. Use earthed soldering steel when you connect or disconnect ESD. Use soldering removing tool to break static electricity. , otherwise ESD will be damaged by static electricity. Don't unpack until you set up ESD on product. Because most of ESD are packed by box and aluminum plate to have conductive power,they are prevented from static electricity. You must maintain electric contact between ESD and place due to be set up until ESD is connected completely to the proper place or a circuit board.

10. Product Function

Main Function
- Network services - SMS & SOS message - Voicemail - Web browser - Calendar, Calculator, Speed dial, etc. - SDN(Service Dialling Numbers)
This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law.
Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.

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