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Service Manual
Model : R410, RB410, RV410, RD410 Series
P/N :MFL57483502
REV.17
2010. 01. 05
Copy Right2009 LG Electronic inc, DigitalMate Co,.Ltd.
(LGE Internal use only)
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Ch 1. Service information
Ch 2. Locations
Ch 3. System information
Specification
Model configuration
System Block Diagram
Fn key combinations
Status indicators
BIOS Flash
BIOS Setup
Ch 4. Symptom-to-part index
Power system checkout
Numeric error codes
Error messages
LCD-related symptoms
Indeterminate problems
Ch 5. Removing and replacing a part (FRU)
Ch 6. Part list
Part list
Exploded view
Contents
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Chapter 1. Service information
1-1. Important service information
Strategy for replacing parts (FRU-Field Replaceable Units)
Before replacing parts
Make sure that latest BIOS and drivers are installed before replacing any parts (FRUs) listed in this
Caution
The BIOS configuration on the computer you are servicing may have been customized.
Running Automatic Configuration my alter the settings. Note the current configuration settings;
then, when service has been completed, verify that those settings remain in effect.
Strategy for replacing a hard-disk drive
You have to get a Users approval before formatting or replacing a hard-disk drive. You must let the User
know that the user is responsible for the loss data
Caution
The drive startup sequence in the computer you are servicing may have been changed. Be
extremely careful during write operations such as copying, saving, or formatting. If you select an
incorrect drive, data or programs can be overwritten.
Use the following strategy to prevent unnecessary expense for replacing and servicing parts
1. If you are instructed to replacing a part but the replacement does not correct the problem, reinstall the
original part before you continue.
2. Some computers have both a processor board and system board. If you are instructed to replace either
the processor board or the system board, and replacing one of them does not correct the problem,
reinstall that board, and then replace the other one.
3. If an adapter or device consists of more than one part, any of the parts (FRUs) may be the cause of the
error. Before replacing the adapter or device, remove the parts (FRUs), one by one, to see if the
symptoms change. Replace only the part that changed the symptoms.
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1-2. Safety notices
Warning
Before the computer is powered-on after part (FRU) replacement, make sure all screws, springs,
and other small parts are in place and are not left loose inside the computer. Verify this by
shaking the computer and listening for rattling sounds. Metallic parts or metal flakes can cause
electrical shorts.
Warning
some standby batteries contain a small amount of nickel and cadmium. Do not disassemble
a standby battery, recharge it, throw it into fire or water, or short-circuit it. Dispose of the battery
as required by local ordinances or regulations. Use only the battery in the appropriate parts
listing. Use of an incorrect battery can result in ignition or explosion of the battery
Warning
The battery pack contains small amounts of nickel. Do not disassemble it, throw it into fire or
water, or short-circuit it. Dispose of the battery pack as required by local ordinances or
regulations. Use only the battery in the appropriate parts listing when replacing the battery pack.
Use of an incorrect battery can result in ignition or explosion of the battery.
Warning
If the LCD breaks and the fluid from inside the LCD gets into your eyes or on your hands,
immediately was the affected areas with water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical care if any
symptoms from the fluid are present after washing.
Warning
To avoid shock, do not remove the plastic cover that protects the lower part of the inverter card.
Warning
Though the main batteries have low voltage, a shorted or grounded battery can produce enough
current to burn personnel or combustible materials.
Warning
Before removing any part (FRU), turn off the computer, unplug all power cords from electrical
outlets, remove the battery pack, and then disconnect any interconnecting cables.
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1-3. Safety information
General safety
Follow these rules to ensure general safety
Observe good housekeeping in the area of the machines during and after maintenance.
When lifting any heavy object
1. Ensure you can stand safely without slipping.
2. Distribute the weight of the object equally between your feet.
3. Use a slow lifting force. Never move suddenly or twist when you attempt to lift.
4. Lift by standing or by pushing up with your leg muscles
(This action removes the strain from the muscles in your back.)
Do not attempt to lift any object weights more then 16kg(35lb) or object that you think are too heavy for you.
Do not perform any action that causes hazards to the customer, or that makes the equipment unsafe.
Before you start the machine, ensure that other service representatives and the customers personnel are
not in a hazardous position.
Place removed covers and other parts in a safe place, away from all personnel, while you are servicing the
machine.
Keep your tool box away from walk areas so that other people will not trip over it.
Do not wear loose clothing that can be trapped in the moving parts of a machine. Make sure that your
sleeves are fastened or rolled up above your elbows. If your hair is long, fasten it.
Insert the ends of your necktie or scarf inside clothing or fasten it with a nonconductive clip, approximately
8 centimeters(3 inches) from the end.
Do not wear jewelry, chains, metal-frame eyeglasses, or metal fasteners for you clothing.
Wear safety glasses when you are hammering, drilling, soldering, cutting wire, attaching springs, using
solvents, or working in any other conditions that might be hazardous to your eyes.
After service, reinstall all safety shields, guards, labels, and ground wires. Replace any safety device that
is worn or defective.
Reinstall all covers correctly before returning the machine to the customer.
Caution
Metal objects are good electrical conductors.
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Electrical safety
Observe the following rules when working on electrical equipment.
Important
Use only approved tools and test equipment. Some hand tools have handles covered with a soft
material that does not insulate you when working with live electrical currents.
Many customers have, near their equipment, rubber floor mats that contain small conductive
fibers to decrease electrostatic discharges. Do not use this type of mat to protect yourself from
electrical shock.
Find the room emergency power-off switch, disconnecting switch, or electrical outlet. If an electrical outlet.
If an electrical accident occurs, you can then operate the switch or unplug the power cord quickly.
Do not work alone under hazardous conditions or near equipment that has hazardous voltages.
Disconnect all power before
1. Performing a mechanical inspection
2. Working near power supplies
3. Removing or installing main units
Before you start to work on the machine, unplug the power cord. If you cannot unplug it, ask the customer
to power-off the wall box that supplies power to the machine and to lock the wall box in the off position.
If you need to work on a machine that has exposed electrical circuits, observe the following precautions :
Ensure that another person, familiar with the power-off controls, is near you.
Caution
Another person must be there to switch off the power, if necessary.
Use only one hand when working with powered-on electrical equipment. Keep the other hand in your
pocket or behind your back
Caution
An electrical shock can occur only when there is a complete circuit. By observing the above rule,
you may prevent a current from through your body.
When using testers, set the controls correctly and use the approved probe leads and accessories for that
tester
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Stand on suitable rubber mats (obtained locally, if necessary) to insulate you from grounds such as metal
floor strips and machine frames.
Observe the special safety precautions when you work with very high voltages. These instructions are in
the safety sections of maintenance information. Use extreme care when measuring high voltages.
Regularly inspect and maintain your electrical hand tools for safe operational condition.
Do not use worn or broken tools and testers.
Never assume that power has been disconnected from a circuit. First check that it has been powered off.
Always look carefully for possible hazards in your work area. Examples of these hazards are moist floors,
non-grounded power extension cables, power surges, and missing safety grounds.
Do not touch live electrical circuits with the reflective surface of a plastic dental mirror. The surface is
conductive such touching can cause personal injury and machine damage.
Do not service the following parts with the power on when they are removed from their normal operating
places in a machine.
1. Power supply units
2. Pumps
3. Blowers and fans
4. Motorgenerators
and similar units. (This practice ensure correct grounding of the units.)
If an electrical accident occurs
1. Use caution ; do not become a victim of yourself.
2. Switch off power.
3. Send another person to get medical aid.
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Safety inspection guide
The purpose of this inspection guide is to assist you in identifying potentially unsafe conditions.
As each machine was designed and built, required safety items were installed to protect users and service
personnel from injury. This guide addresses only those items. You should use good judgment to identify
potential safety hazards due to attachment of non-LG features or options not covered by this inspection
guide.
If any unsafe conditions are present, you must determine how serious the apparent hazard could be and
whether you can continue without first correcting the problem.
Consider these conditions and the safety hazards they present
1. Electrical hazards, especially primary power (primary voltage on the frame can cause serious or fatal
electrical shock)
2. Mechanical hazards, such as loose or missing hardware
Refer to the following checklist and begin the checks with the power off, and the power cord disconnected.
Checklist
1. Check exterior covers for damage (loose, broken, or sharp edges)
2. Power off the computer. Disconnect the power cord.
3. Check the power cord for :
a. A third-wire ground connector in good condition. Use a meter to measure third-wire ground continuity
for 0.1 or less between the external ground pin and frame ground.
b. The power cord should be the type specified in the parts list.
c. Insulation must not be frayed or worn.
4. Remove the cover.
5. Check for any obvious non-LG alterations. Use good judgment as to the safety of any non-LG
alterations.
6. Check inside the unit for any obvious unsafe conditions, such as metal filings, contamination, water or
other liquids, or signs of fire or smoke damage.
7. Check for worn, frayed, or pinched cables.
8. Check that the power-supply cover fasteners (screw or rivets) have not been removed or tampered with.
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Handling devices that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge
Any computer part containing transistors or integrated circuits (ICs) should be considered sensitive to
electrostatic discharge (ESD). ESD damage can occur when there is a difference in charge between
objects. Protect against ESD damage by equalizing the charge so that the machine, the part, the work mat,
and the person handling the part are all at the same charge.
Note
Use product-specific ESD procedures when they exceed the requirements noted here.
Make sure that the ESD protective devices you use have been certified (ISO9000) as fully effective.
When handling ESD-sensitive parts :
1. Keep the parts in protective packages until they are inserted into the product.
2. Wear a grounded wrist strap against your skin to eliminate static on your body.
3. Prevent the part from touching your clothing. Most clothing retains a charge even when you are wearing
a wrist strap.
4. Use the black side of a grounded work mat to provide a static-free work surface. The mat is especially
useful when handling ESD-sensitive devices.
5. Select a grounding system, such as those listed below, to provide protection that meets the specific
service requirement.
Note
The use of a grounding system is desirable but not required to protect against ESD damage.
a. Attach the ESD ground clip too any frame ground, ground braid, or green-wire ground.
b. Use an ESD ground or reference point when working on a double-insulated or battery-operated
system. You can use coax or connector-outside shells on these systems.
c. Use the round ground-prong of the AC plug on AC-operated computers.
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Grounding requirements
Electrical grounding of the computers is required for operator safety and correct system function.
Proper grounding of the electrical outlet can be verified by a certified electrician.
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When a CD-ROM drive, DVD drive or the other laser product is installed, note the following :
Caution
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified here in
might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
1-4. Laser compliance statement
Opening the CD-ROM drive, DVD-ROM drive or the other optical storage device could result in exposure
to hazardous laser radiation.
There are no serviceable parts inside those drives. Do not open
Danger
Emits visible and invisible laser radiation when open. Do not stare into the beam , do not view
directly with optical instruments, and avoid direct exposure to the bean.
1-5. Backup (Standby) RTC battery safety information
When replacing or disposing of the backup (standby) RTC battery, note the following :
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1-6. Read this first
Before you go to the checkout guide, be sure to read this section.
Important Notes
Only trained personnel certified by LG should service the computer.
Read the entire FRU removal and replacement page before replacing any FRU.
Use new nylon-coated screws when you replace FRUs.
Be extremely careful during such write operations as copying, saving, formatting.
Drives in the computer that you are servicing sequence might have been altered. If you selected an
incorrect drive, data or programs might be overwritten.
Replace FRUs only for the correct mode.
When you replace a FRU, make sure the model of the machine and the FRU part number are correct by
referring to the FRU parts list.
A FRU should not be replaced because of a single, irreproducible failure. Single failures can occur for a
variety of reasons that have nothing to do with a hard ware defect, such as cosmic radiation,
electrostatic discharge, or software errors.
Consider replacing a FRU only when a problem recurs. If you suspect that a FRU is defective, clear the
error log and run the test again. If the error does not recur, do not replace the FRU.
Be careful not to replace a non-defective FRU.
What to do first
You must fill out the record form first.
During the warranty period, the customer may be responsible for repair costs if the computer damage was
caused by misuse, accident, modification, unsuitable physical or operating environment, or improper
maintenance by the customer. The following list provides some common items that are not covered under
warranty and some symptoms that might indicate that the system was subjected to stress beyond normal
use. Before checking problems with computer, determine whether the damage is covered under the
warranty by referring to the following :
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The followings are not covered under warranty :
CD panel cracked from the application of excessive force or from being dropped
Scratched (cosmetic) parts
Distortion, deformation, or discoloration of the cosmetic parts
Cracked or broken plastic parts, broken latches, broken pins, or broken connectors caused by excessive
force
Damage caused by liquid spilled into system
Damage caused by improper insertion of a PC Card or the installation of an incompatible card
Damage caused foreign material in the diskette drive
Diskette drive damage caused by pressure on the diskette drive cover or by the insertion of a diskette
with multiple labels
Damaged or bent diskette eject button
Fusses blown by attachment of a non-supported device
Forgotten computer password (making the computer unusable)
Sticky keys caused by spilling a liquid onto the keyboard
The following symptoms might indicate damage caused by non-warranted activities :
Missing parts might be a symptom of unauthorized service or modification.
If the spindle of a hard-disk drive becomes noisy, it may have been subjected to excessive force, or
dropped.
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1. VGA Port
2. Fan louvers
3. LAN Port
4. Modem Port (May vary depending on model.)
5. HDMI Port
6. e-SATA Port (USB-combo)
7. Express Card Slot
8. 6-in-1 Card Slot
(xD/SD/MMC/MMCplus/MS/MS Pro)
9. Microphone Port
10. Headphone Port
11. USB Port
12. USB Port
13. Optical Disk Drive
14. Power Port
15. Kensington lock
Chapter 2. Locations
Ch2. Locations
Left View
Right View
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Ch2. Locations

16. Fan louvers


Rear View
17. Built-in Microphone
(May vary depending on
model.)
18. LG Smart Cam
(May vary depending on
model.)
19. Power Button
20. Keyboard
21. Touchpad
22. Stereo speaker
Front View
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Chapter 3. System information
Specification
Ch3. System information
- Processors
Intel Core2 Duo/Solo/Mobile Intel Celeron Processor(L2 Cache Size: 1MB/2MB/4MB/6MB/8MB,
FSB:533/800MHZ are supported.)
The user must not replace or expand the CPU capacity arbitrarily. The CPU capacity differs depends on
model type.
- Main Memory
Maximum Capacity: Each slot is 2048MB and can be expanded to 4096MB.
SO DIMM Type for Memory Expansion: DDR2/DDR3 SDRAM SO-DIMM(256MB, 512MB, 1024MB,
2048MB)
Memory types and specifications may differ by model type.
To use two 2GB memory cards, the machine must run on 64bit OS. 32bit Vista/XP OS does not support
4GB memory.
- Secondary Storage
2.5" Hard Disk Drive (S-ATA)
The hard disk capacity and the type depend on the notebook PC model.
Optical Disk Drive
The specifications may differ by model type.
- LCD
15.4" WXGA (1280 x 800) TFT Color LCD
15.4" WXGA LED (1280 x 800) TFT Color LCD
15.4" WXGA+ LED (1440 x 900) TFT Color LCD
Some models are equipped with Glare Type LCD. This model is enhanced the sharpness compare to the
other types of LCD. So, it may appears glaring a lot but this is the normal status.
The size and the resolution rate of the LCD depend on the notebook PC model.
- Authentication for Anticopy Technology
U.S Patent Nos.4,631,603;4,577,216;4,819,908;4,907,093;5,315,448;and 6,516,132. Patent number of
Macrovision.
This product includes the technologies that are possessed by Macrovision and corresponding companies
and protected by the US Patent Law and other related laws. Use of all technologies subject to the copyrig
ts must be approved by Macrovision in advance. Otherwise, the technologies may only be used for intern
al display. Do not disassemble or remodel the product.
- Bluetooth
Qcom, QBTM300 / LGIT RBDS-C001X
Ver2.0 Bluetooth Module
Bluetooth is optional, and so it may not be installed in some models.
- Web Camera
1.3 Mega pixels USB camera module
UVC(USB Video Class) driver support
Web Camera is optional, and so it may not be installed in some models
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Specification
Chapter 3. System information
- External I/O Interface
Microphone Input Port (Mic in): 1
Headphone Port: 1
HDMI Port: 1
e-SATA (USB Combo) Port: 1
USB 2.0 Ports: 2
Multi-card Slot: 1
Express Card Slot: 1
RJ 11 (Modem) Port: 1
USB 2.0 Ports: 4
The support availability may differ by model type.
RJ 45 (LAN) Port: 1
- Video
Mobile Intel Graphic Media Accelerator 4500MHD (Dynamic Video Memory Technology)
The DVMT actively utilizes part of the system memory when processing large graphic data like 3D graphics.
Therefore, the size of the graphic memory is displayed as the sum of the actual graphic memory size and
the utilized amount of memory, which is decided by the size of system memory.
NVIDIA Geforce 9600M GT (W/GDDR3 256M ) with TurboCache 320MB~1535MB
NVIDIA Geforce 9600M GT (W/GDDR3 512M) with TurboCache 576MB~1791MB
NVIDIA Geforce 9300M GS (W/GDDR3 256M) with TurboCache 320MB~1535MB
TurboCache - This technology actively utilizes part of the System Memory when processing large graphic
data like 3D graphics. The size of the utilized memory is determined by the Video Memory size and System
Memory Size.
If TurboCache technology is applied to the Graphics Memory, the System Memory can allot up to 320MB
out of 512MB and up to 1791MB out of 4096MB for large graphic data.
Specifications may differ by model type.
- Sound
Realtek High Definition Audio Codec (ALC262) HDMI is supported
Built-in Stereo Speakers
- MODEM
AGERE Delphi D40
RJ 11 Jack
The support availability may differ by model type.
- LAN
Intel 82657LM/LF PCI Express Fast Ethernet Controller
RJ 45 Jack
Specifications may differ by model type.
- Wireless LAN
Intel 512AG_MMW / 512AN_MMW / 533AN_MMW
Ralink RT2700E
Wireless LAN specifications may differ by model type and cannot be arbitrarily changed by the user.
- Weight
Full Installation: About 2.7kg (2.5kg when using Weight Saver)
Battery: About 320g
Weight descriptions may differ by model type.
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Fn key combinations
The following table shows the function of each combination of Fn with a function key.
Function of Fn keys has nothing to do with Operating System.
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Fan Control feature. Switches the cooling fan mode between Normal and Silent for each pressing. Fn + F11
Hibernates (When OSD is installed) Fn + F12
System Information. Displays summarized system information. Fn + F10
Turns the numeric keypad on and off.
Delete key types when Num Lock is enabled, and work as a "Delete" key when Num Lock is
disabled.
Fn + NumLk
Increases LCD brightness within a nine-grade range. Fn +
Decreases LCD brightness within a nine-grade range. Fn +
Turns down the volume. Fn +
Turns up the volume. Fn +
Mute (Sound ON / Sound OFF) Fn + F9
Switches between SRS WOW HD, SRS TruSurround XT, and SRS Off for each pressing. Fn + F8
Monitor toggle. If you have an external monitor connected to the computer, press Fn + F7 keys to
rotate the display mode between LCD only, Monitor only, and LCD + Monitor both in order.
Fn + F7
Turns the wireless devices (incl. Wireless LAN and Bluetooth) on and off (Bluetooth is optional, and
so it may not be installed in some models.)
Through hot key settings in the OSD Tray menu, the user can customize [Fn]+[F6] features. Default
setting is, for all wireless devices (incl. Wireless LAN and Bluetooth), ON/Off.
Fn + F6
When the user presses Fn + F5 keys, the touchpad mode alternates between Touchpad Disable,
Touchpad Auto-Disable (upon connection of external USB mouse), and Touchpad Enable in order.
(Initialization takes 1 ~ 2 seconds. It is recommended to use after the initialization.)
Fn + F5
Executes the mode defined in the Windows Power Save Mode. (Example: Standby, Hibernate) Fn + F4
Magnifying hot keys. Fn + F3
Customizable hot keys. (Configurable through OSD settings) Fn + F2
Customizable hot keys. (Configurable through OSD settings) Fn + F1
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The system status indicators show the status of the computer
1 . Power Lamp:
Blinking: System Standby
On: The system is running on the AC power or battery.
Off: The system is turned off or in Hibernates.
2. AC Power and Battery Status Lamp
Orange: The battery is being charged.
Orange/Green Blinking: Charged more than 90%
Off: The AC adapter is not connected and the battery is being discharged.
Green: The AC adapter is connected and the battery is not in charging stage, or the battery is fully
charged.
Green Blinking: The battery is charged less than 10%
Red Blinking: In faulty state
If you try to turn on the system that has entered the Hibernates mode or been turned off after a low-battery
alarm, the system will not be turned on but the lamp will blink three times.
3. Hard Disk Drive Lamp
The lamp is turned on when the HDD is running.
Do not turn off the power forcibly while the hard disk drive lamp is on. Otherwise, the data may get
impaired.
4. Num Lock lamp
You can activate Num Lock feature by pressing the Num Lk key. Then, the NumLock lamp will be turned
on and you can input numbers (0 ~ 9) using the numeric keypad. Press the Num Lk key again to turn off
the feature and use the keys as the lowercase signs including arrows indicate.
5. Caps Lock lamp
Caps Lock lamp is on when the it is active. When this lamp is on, you can type uppercase letters without
holding Shift key.
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6 . Wireless LAN/Bluetooth lamp
Off: Wireless LAN/Bluetooth is not in use.
Blinking (short interval): Wireless LAN/Bluetooth is connected and data are being transmitted.
Blinking (every 2 ~ 3 seconds): Wireless LAN/Bluetooth is not connected but Wireless Radio is on.
Blinking (every 3 ~ 4 seconds): An access Point is being searched for to connect Wireless LAN/Bluetooth.
On: An access point is being searched for or Wireless LAN/Bluetooth is connected.
The Wireless LAN/Bluetooth lamp may operate differently depending on model type.
The Wireless LAN card and the Bluetooth device are optional, and so it may not be supported in some
models.
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BIOS Flash
You Can update BIOS using USB Device (FDD/USB Memory)
Because this system is not equipped with any USB Device, you have to use an external USB Device
for a BIOS update.
In order to boot up with an USB Device, please set Removable Device as the
first boot up drive in the boot menu of BIOS Setup.
How to update flash Rom in Dos
1. Create boot up flash update USB Device (FDD/USB Memory).
2. Copy BIOS Flash software to the flash update USB Device (FDD/USB Memory).
3. Connect the USB Device for USB Port.
4. Press F12 Key while the "LG LOGO" appears.
5. A while later, the system setup home screen appears.
6. Type in go.bat . (x_xxx is Model Name & BIOS version)
7. You can see the BIOS flash process as below.
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8. After flashing is completed, The computer turn off with automatic movement. .
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10. Press [F2] Key, then you can see the BIOS SETUP UTILITY screen as below.
11. It selects the : Load Optimal Dafault and it summons a BIOS settings at initial value.
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12. It selects the Exit & Saving Change and it stores system a settings and the reboot
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BIOS Release Process and Making Bootable CD
1. LGE(Korea) will upload BIOS Image(*.iso) to GCSC(Global Cyber Service Center:http://biz.lgservice.com)
when BIOS should be updated.
2. BIOS will include both System BIOS and EC(Embedded Controller) BIOS.
3. Service center can download BIOS file from GCSC and update BIOS according to below procedure.
4. Service center will make Bootable Image CD with Image file(*.iso) as below
a. Insert empty disc to CD-RW Drive and start Nero StartSmart.
b. Select Nero Express.
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c. Select Disc Image or Saved Project
d. Select File Format as "Image Files(*.iso)".
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e. Open Image File(*.iso) which is sent from LGE
f. Tab Burn then burning will be started
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g. Burn process completed as below, and tab OK
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BIOS/EC Flash Process
1. Insert Bootable CD in PC, and Turn it on, then PC will boot by DOS mode as below
(If the EC is not correct or old version, then automatically update EC first and reboot again)
2. Select Boot mode, then press Enter Key.
3. Type in LOGO SETTING at the WIP ID : then press Enter key (You must use Capital Letter)
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4. Type in Mode Name at the WIP ID : then press Enter key (You must use Capital Letter)
(You can see the Model Name in ID Label at the bottom Case of PC: M/N: LMXX-XXXX)
5. Type in Serial No at the WIP ID : then press Enter key (You must use Capital Letter)
(You can see the Serial No in ID Label at the bottom Case of PC: S/N: 412KIXXXXXXXX(13digits))
6. You can see the BIOS flash process as below
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5. After flashing is completed, you can see the PASS on your screen, and reboot your PC
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BIOS Setup
BIOS (Basic Input and Output System) Setup saves the system configuration in CMOS RAM, and
check the configurations during startup. Use the BIOS Setup Utility to change and save the system
environment, hardware configurations, power saving mode, etc.
Open the BIOS Setup Utility in the following situations :
1. to change the BIOS setup
2. to replace the backup battery
3. system configuration error occurs
4. to change the boot order
5. to set/change a password
Press the power button.
When the LG logo appears on the screen, press and enter the BIOS Setup Utility.
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Using the keys
The keys used in the BIOS Setup Utility and their functions are described at the bottom.
, + : General Help
Display the descriptions of the keys used in the setup utility.
, : Select Item
Navigate and select items in the setup utility. The selected item becomes highlighted.
, : Select Menu
Move to another menu.
/ , : Change Values
Change the value of a selected item.
: Load Default Configuration
Display Setup Confirmation window. Press Enter to load default configuration.
: Select Sub-Menu
Some items have sub-menus. Display the sub-menu for a selected item.
: Save and Exit
Display Setup Confirmation window. Press Enter to save and exit.
: Exit
In a sub-menu, press Esc to move to the previous window. In Main menu, click Esc to move to Exit menu.
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System Time
Current time. To change the value, press <+> or <> key.
System Date
Current date. To change the value, press <+> or <> key.
SATA Hard Drive
This shows the description of the drive connected to the SATA port.
To change the settings of the connected drive, click <Enter> after selecting this option.
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM
This shows the description of the drive connected to the ODD drive port.
To change the settings of the connected drive, click <Enter> after selecting this option.
Main menu
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Advanced menu
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USB BIOS Legacy Support
This enables to use the USB devices in the MS-DOS environment.
HDC Configure as
This configures the compatibility settings for the SATA controller.
VT Support
Set whether or not to support the Intel virtualization technology.
AC Mode Fan always on
Select any of Normal, Silent, and Cool for the operating speed of CPU cooling fan (for AC power).
DC Mode Fan always on
Select any of Normal, Silent, and Cool for the operating speed of CPU cooling fan (for DC power).
Mute button option
Set whether or not to support the Mute function (Fn + F9) during the system startup.
Internal Devices Configurations
Set whether or not to use the devices such as Auiod, LAN, Wireless, Card reader, Express carder, and
such.
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Security menu
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Supervisor Password
The password setting prevents not allowed users from using the notebook computer. The password is not
set when starting the system for the first time. When the system is turned on, any other user cannot
change the BIOS settings without entering the specified password.
User Password
Set User Password is for setting the password lower than the one set in Set Supervisor Password. Set
User Password is active only when the supervisor password is set.
Set Supervisor Password
Set Supervisor Password.
Set User Password
Set User Password.
Set All Hdd Password
Set the HDD password.
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Boot menu
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Quick Boot
Set whether or not to use Quiet Boot.
PXE Boot to LAN
Set whether or not to use the HDD password.
Boot Device Priority
Select the desired device drive by using the arrow buttons and change its booting sequence by using the
[+] or [-] key.
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Info menu
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BIOS Version
This shows the Version of BIOS.
KBC Version
This shows the Version of KBD firm ware.
Serial Number
This shows the serial number of the product.
CPU Type
This shows the type of the CPU installed in the system.
L2 Cache RAM
This shows the size of L2 Cache RAM for the CPU.
Total Memory
This is for display only. This shows size of system memory.
Slot 13 Memory
This shows the size of the memory installed in the memory slot.
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Exit menu
Exit & Save Change
Save the changes you have made and exit the utility.
Exit & Discard Changes
Exit the utility without saving the changes you have made.
Load Optimal Defaults
This changes the parameters in the Setup menu to the factory default settings. When it is selected or [F9]
key is pressed, the confirmation message appears. Click [Yes] to change the settings.
Load Custom Defaults
This returns the user-defined settings for the parameters in the Setup menu.
Save Custom Defaults
This saves the desired values for each parameter in the Setup menu.
Discard Changes
This returns to the factory default settings for each parameter in the Setup menu.
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Backup and Restore Security Platform Data
Security Platform Backup includes all data required in case of emergency. After a hardware or storage
media failure or a Trusted Platform Module failure, Security Platform Restoration reestablishes access to
Security Platform Features for all users.
In addition you can backup and restore your Personal Secure Drive data. Data from other applications
using the Security Platform Solution (e.g. Secure e-mail) is not included in Security Platform backup.
Backup scope
Security Platform backup comprises the following data:
Emergency Recovery data is included in automatically written
Backup Archives.
Emergency Recovery Token (e.g.
SPEmRecToken.xml
): Created by
Security Platform Administrator. Protected with a dedicated password.
Is required for a restoration of Emergency Recovery data.
Archives
Re-encryption of all Basic User Keys after a Trusted Platform Module failure.
In this case a new Security Platform has to be set up and a new owner
key is created. Emergency Recovery allows the re-encryption of Basic
User Keys from the old owner key to the new one.
Otherwise users could not access Security Platform Features anymore
and user data would be lost.
Purpose
All Security Platform Basic User Keys, encrypted specifically for Emergency
Recovery.
Backup Contents
Emergency Recovery
Automatically written Backup Archive ("System Backup Archive",
e.g. file
SPSystemBackup.xml
and folder
SPSystemBackup
): Set up by
Security Platform Administrator. Contains credentials and settings of all
Security Platform Users (for one or multiple Security Platform
computers). Also contains computer identification and user
identification, which are used to match computers and users during the
restoration process.
Manually written Backup Archive (e.g.
SPBackupArchive.xml
):
Created by Security Platform User. Contains credentials and settings of
one Security Platform User (for one Security Platform computer). Also
contains computer identification and user identification, which are used
to match computer and user during the restoration process.
Archives
Restoration of user-specific credentials and settings after a hardware or
storage media failure.
Otherwise users could not access Security Platform Features anymore
and user data would be lost.
Purpose
A copy of the user-specific credentials and settings which are stored on the
Security Platform.
Backup Contents
Security Platform Credentials and Settings
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PSD configuration settings are included in both automatically
written Backup Archives and manually written Backup Archives.
PSD backup file (e.g.
SpPSDBackup.fsb
): A backup copy of the PSD
image file may be created during a Security Platform User's manual
backup.
Archives
Restoration of PSD encrypted data and configuration settings after a
hardware or storage media failure.
Otherwise users could not decrypt their PSD data anymore.
Notes:
In contrast to the PSD Backup, standard hard disk backup tools
produce unencrypted backups.
Lost PSD credentials can only be restored via Personal Secure Drive
Recovery.
Purpose
A copy of the PSD encrypted data and configuration settings. Backup Contents
Personal Secure Drive
Restoration Cases
Depending on the type of emergency there are different restoration cases
Emergency Recovery, Security Platform Credentials
and Settings, Personal Secure Drive
New Security Platform to be initialized
Emergency Recovery New Trusted Platform Module
Security Platform Credentials and Settings, Personal
Secure Drive
Broken hard disk or lost data
Affected Restoration Scope Restoration Case
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How to Backup and Restore
Settings Tool - Backup - Restore... Administrative Task: Prepare restoration for
certain users.
User Task: Run restoration manually for
current user. If restoration has been
prepared for current user, then complete the
restoration.
If a manually written Backup Archive is
available and no Emergency Recovery data
needs to be restored, then a user can
perform restoration without preparation by
an administrator.
Software Component to use How to restore
Settings Tool - Backup - Backup... User Task: Run backup manually for the
current user.
Software Component to use How to backup ("Manual Backup")
If Security Platform is not yet initialized:
Initialization Wizard
If Security Platform is already initialized: Settings
Tool - Backup - Configure...
Administrative Task: Configure automatic
backups for all users (including Security
Platform Credentials and Settings,
Emergency Recovery and PSD configuration
settings).
Software Component to use How to configure automatic backups
("System Backup")
Backup
With this page you can configure automatic Security Platform backups.
The following table gives hints on how to use this wizard page.
A scheduled backup will be created.
Click here to view and modify the backup scheduling.
Please note that automatic backups are only executed if your PC is not
shut down at the scheduled time.
Please note that the user account chosen for the scheduled backup must
be member of the group "Administrators" or "Backup Operators".
Schedule...
Security Platform credentials and settings will be regularly saved to a
Backup Archive.
Type in path and file name or browse for it. An automatically written
Backup Archive consisting of an XML file and a folder with the same name
will be created, e.g. file
SPSystemBackup.xml
and folder
SPSystemBackup
.
Please use the extension *.xml.
Backup location:
Browse...
Explanation Wizard Page Element
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Infineon Platform Security Backup
With this page you can backup and restore Security Platform credentials, Security Platform settings and
Personal Secure Drives.
If Enhanced Authentication is enabled, you can also create backups of your authentication device.
Availability of page: This page is only available on an initialized Security Platform, if one of
the following conditions is fulfilled:
The current user has administrative rights.
The current user is an initialized Security Platform User, and the policy Allow User Enrollment
is enabled.
Buttons:
Buttons for administrative tasks are disabled for users without administrative rights.
Buttons are disabled, if corresponding functions are not available in a certain Security Platform
state.
The following table describes all backup and restore functions.
Click here to create a backup authentication device.
This feature is only available, if Enhanced Authentication is enabled.
Click here to start a manual restore of archived Security Platform Settings and credentials. If you
have a backup of your Personal Secure Drive (PSD), you can restore your PSD too.
The restore part of the Infineon Security Platform Backup Wizard will be started.
This button is disabled, if the Infineon Security Platform is disabled or not yet set up.
Click here to start a manual backup of your Security Platform Settings and credentials. If you have
configured Personal Secure Drive (PSD), you can backup your PSD too.
The Infineon Security Platform Backup Wizard will be started.
This button is disabled, if the Infineon Security Platform is disabled, not yet set up or the user is not
set up.
Click here to set up automatic Security Platform backups.
Infineon Security Platform Initialization Wizard will be started.
This feature is only available, if the current user account has administrative rights.
Explanation
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Note
If replacing a part (FRU) does not solve the problem, put the original part back in the computer.
Do not replace a non-defective FRU.
The symptom-to-part index in this section lists symptoms and errors and their possible causes.
The most likely cause is listed first.
Power system checkout
To verify a symptom, do the following :
1. Power off the computer.
2. Remove the battery pack.
3. Connect the AC adapter.
4. Check that power is supplied when you power on the computer.
5. Power off the computer.
6. Disconnect the AC adapter and install the charged battery pack.
7. Check that the battery pack supplies power when you power on the computer.
If you suspect a power problem, see the appropriate one of the following power supply checkouts :
1. Checking the AC adapter
2. Checking the operational charging
3. Checking the battery pack
4. Checking the backup battery
Checking the AC adapter
If the power-on indicator does not turn on, check the power cord of the AC adapter for correct continuity
and installation.
If the computer does not charge during operation, go to Checking operational charging.
Chapter 4. Symptom-to-part index
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To check the AC adapter, do the following :
1. Unplug the AC adapter cable from the computer.
2. Measure the output voltage at the plug of the
AC adapter cable. See the following figure :
3. If the voltage is not correct, remove the power code
form AC adapter.
4. 10 seconds later, connect the power code, then measure the output voltage.
5. If the voltage is not correct, change the AC adapter.
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If the voltage is not correct, replace the AC adapter.
If the voltage is acceptable, do the following :
1. Replace the system board.
2. If the problem persists, check the AC adapter whether it is correct product or not.
Checking operational charging
1. To check whether the battery charges properly during operation, use a discharged battery pack or a
battery pack that has less than 50% of the total power remaining when installed in the computer.
Perform operational charging. If the battery status indicator or icon does not turn on, remove the battery
does not turn on, replace the battery pack.
2. If the charge indicator still does not turn on, replace the system board.
Then reinstall the battery pack.
Note
Noise from the AC adapter does not always indicate a defect.
Note
Do not charge battery pack, when its temperature is below 0 or above 75 .
Checking the battery pack
1. Open the Power Meter window by clicking Start Control Panel Power Options and then;
check the total power remains. Battery charging does not start until the power Meter shows that less
than 95% of the total power remains; under this condition the battery pack can charge to 100% of its
capacity. This protects the battery pack from being overcharged or from having a shortened life.
2. To check the status of your batter, move your cursor to the Power Meter icon in the icon tray of the
Windows taskbar and wait for a moment (but do not click), and the percentage of battery power
remaining is displayed. To get detailed information about the battery, double-click the Power Meter icon.
Note
If the battery pack becomes hot, it may not be able to charge. Remove it from the computer and
Leave it at room temperature for a while. After it cools down, reinstall and recharge it.
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The Characteristics of the battery pack
1. Self-discharge
The battery gradually loses its power over time without ever being used.
2. Periodic full discharge / charge
Frequent recharge of the battery pack can reduce the capacity of the battery pack. When this happens,
you can perform the full discharge / charge to improve the capacity. You should perform periodic full
discharge /charge once every 30~60 days.
You should always use the battery until its power is low; then fully charge the battery.
3. Trickle charge
If the temperature of the battery pack drops below 10 , the trickle charging begins.
The trickle charging may take 32 hours for the battery pack to be fully charged.
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To check the battery pack, do the following :
1. Power off the computer.
2. Remove the battery pack and measure the voltage between battery terminals 1(-) and 5(+).
See the following figure :
+0V ~ +12.6V
(6 cell)
5
Ground(-) 1
Voltage (V dc) Terminal
Note
Charging will take at least 3 hours.
3. If the voltage is still less than +11.1 V DC after recharging, replace the battery.
4. If the voltage is more than +11.1 V DC, measure the resistance between battery terminals 1 and 2.
The resistance must be 2 to 4 (typically 3 ).
5. If the resistance is not correct, replace the battery pack. If the resistance is correct, replace the system
board.
Ch4. Symptom-to-part index
Note
Battery is an expendable supplier, so its capacity and used time can be reduced by using the computer.
5(+) 4 3 2 1(-)
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Numeric error codes
Replace the backup battery and run BIOS Setup Utility
to reset the time and date.
0250
System battery error System battery is dead
1. DIMM
2. System board
0232
Extended RAM error - Extended RAM Failed
at address line
System board 0231
Shadow RAM error - Shadow RAM failed at
offset
1.DIMM
2.System board
0230
System RAM error - System RAM Failed at
offset.
Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility. 0220
Monitor type error - Monitor type does not
match the one specified in CMOS.
System board. 0212
Keyboard Controller Failed
Run interactive tests of the keyboard and the auxiliary
input device.
0211
Keyboard error
1.Check the keyboard if it is pressed.
2.Replace the keyboard.
0210
Stuck Key error
1.Reset the hard-disk drive.
2.Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
3.Hard-disk drive.
4.System board.
0200
Fixed disk failure
(The hard disk is not working)
FRU or action, in sequence Symptom / Error
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FRU or action, in sequence Symptom / Error
1. DIMM
2. System board
02F6
Software NMI failed
1. DIMM
2. System board
02F5
DMA test failed
1. Load Setup Default in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. Replace the backup battery.
3. System board.
02F4
EISA CMOS not writable
1. Load Setup Default in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
02D0
System cache error Cache disabled
(RAM cache failed and BIOS disabled)
1. Floppy diskette drive.
2. External FDD cable.
3. I/O card.
02B3
Incorrect Drive B type
1. Floppy diskette drive.
2. External FDD cable.
3. I/O card.
02B2
Incorrect drive A type Floppy diskette drive
error
Set up the diskette type in BIOS Setup Utility. 02B1
Diskette drive B error
Set up the diskette type in BIOS Setup Utility. 02B0
Diskette drive A error
Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility. 0281: Memory Size found by POST differed
from EISA CMOS
1. Load Setup Default in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. DIMM.
3. System board.
0280
Previous boot incomplete
- Default configuration used
Run BIOS Setup Utility to reset the time and date. 0271
Check date and time settings Date and time
error.
1. Replace the backup battery and run BIOS
Setup Utility to reset the time and date.
2. System board.
0260
System timer error
Reset the password by running BIOS Setup Utility. 0252
Password checksum bad The password is
cleared.
Replace the backup battery and run BIOS Setup Utility
to reset the time and date.
0251
System CMOS checksum bad
System CMOS checksum is not correct.
Default configuration used.
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FRU or action, in sequence Symptom / Error
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
061A
Parallel port configuration error
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0619
Parallel port configuration changed
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0618
Floppy configuration error
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0617
Floppy configuration changed
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0616
Com B configuration error
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0615
Com B configuration changed
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0614
Com A configuration error
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0613
Com A configuration changed
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0612
IDE configuration error
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. System board.
0611
IDE configuration changed
1. DIMM
2. System board
02F7
Fail Safe timer NMI failed
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System board. Thermal sensing error.
Fan. FAN error.
1. Restore the system configuration to what it was
before the computer entered hibernation mode.
2. If memory size has been changed, re-create the
hibernation file.
Hibernation error.
1. Check that the operating system has no failure and
is installed correctly.
2. Enter BIOS Setup Utility and see whether the hard
-disk drive and the diskette drive are properly
identified.
3. Reset the hard-disk drive.
4. Reinstall the operating system.
5. Diskette drive.
6. Hard-disk drive.
7. System board.
Operating System not found.
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. Backup battery.
3. System board.
I/O Device IRQ Conflict.
1. DIMM.
2. System board.
Invalid System Configuration Data.
1. DIMM.
2. System board.
Failing bits: nnnn.
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. Backup battery.
3. System board.
Allocation error for device.
1. Load Setup Defaults in BIOS Setup Utility.
2. Backup battery.
3. System board.
Device address conflict.
FRU or action, in sequence Symptom / Error
Error message
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LCD-related symptoms
Note
Before removing or disassembling LCD, power off the computer, unplug all power cords from electrical
outlets, remove the battery pack also.
LCD Assembly.
System board.
Power-on indicator on, and a blank\LCD
during POST.
LCD Assembly. Horizontal or vertical lines displayed
on LCD
1. Reset all LCD connectors.
2. Replace LCD cable.
3. LCD Assembly.
4. System board.
LCD color cannot be adjusted.
LCD screen abnormal.
Characters missing pixels.
LCD screen unreadable.
Wrong color displayed.
1. Reconnect inverter to the board connector.
2. Replace inverter.
3. LCD Assembly.
4. System board.
LCD backlight not working.
LCD too dark.
LCD brightness cannot be adjusted.
1. Check out Battery Miser.
2. Choose Never in the Turn off Monitor item on
Power Options Properties.
3. Check the power save mode switch if it is pressed
by something.
4. Check the System is in standby or hibernation
mode.
Nothing displayed on LCD screen.
Check out Battery Miser. LCD screen becomes dark suddenly.
FRU or action, in sequence Symptom / Error
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Indeterminate problems
You are here because the diagnostic tests did not identify which adapter or device failed, wrong devices
are installed, a short circuit is suspected, or the system is inoperative.
Follow these procedures to isolate the failing FRU (do not isolate FRUs that have no defects).
Verify that all attached devices are supported by the computer.
Verify that the power supply being used at the time of the failure is operating correctly.
1. Power off the computer
2. Visually check each FRU for damage. Replace any damaged FRU.
3. Remove or disconnected all of the following devices :
a. Non-LG devices.
b. Printer, mouse, and other external devices.
c. Battery pack.
d. PC cards.
e. ODD (CD-ROM, Combo) drive or FDD drive in the Bay.
f. Hard-disk drive.
Note
Use the other memory card because it needs when operating computer.
4. Power on the computer.
5. Determine whether the problem has changed.
6. If the problem does not recur, reconnect the removed devices one at a time until you find the failing FRU.
7. If the problem remains, replace the following FRUs one at a time.
(do not replace a non-defective FRU)
a. LCD Assembly (Check external monitor whether the same problem recurs or not).
b. Keyboard.
c. Keydeck (TouchPad and Scroll Button Assembly).
d. System board.
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Chapter 5. Removing and replacing a part (FRU)
Note
-As for the screw, every Torque 3 0.2Kgfcm(0.196Nm)
-For further information on Removing and Replacing a Part(FRU), refer to Explore view.
Danger
Before removing any FRU, power off the computer, unplug all power cords from electrical
outlets, remove the battery pack, and then disconnect any interconnecting cables.
Caution
Before the computer is powered on after FRU replacement, make sure that all screws, springs,
and other small parts are in place and are not loose inside the computer. Verify metal flakes can
cause electrical short circuits.
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
55
1010 Battery Pack
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Push the battery latch in the direction shown below; then slide the battery pack out of the slot.
56
1020 System Door
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove the 3 screw.
2. Remove the System Door.
57
1030 HDD
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010)
1. Remove 2 screws.
2. Remove the HDD Cover.
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58
6.
4
FH + 3MM 3.5MM
SWRCH SILVER
FAB30249001 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
3. Remove the HDD.
4. Remove the 4 screw.
59
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
5. Remove the HDD Shield.
60
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1040 ODD
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010)
1
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
1. Remove 1 screws.
2. Remove the ODD.
61
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1050 Bluetooth Module
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. HDD(1040)
1. Remove the Connector.
2. Remove the HDD Cover.
62
1060 WLAN Module
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. System Door(1020)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 3 Antenna Cables.
2. Remove the 1 screw.
1 M2.5*3.0-I(BZN) FAB30255101 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
63
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
3. Remove the WLAN Module.
64
1070 DIMM
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. System Door(1020)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 2 Hooks than remove the DIMM.
Hook
Hook
65
1080 CPU/GPU Fan Assembly
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. System Door(1020)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 3 screws.
2. Remove the CPU/GPU Fan Assembly.
Connector
Fixed
66
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1090 CPU
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. System Door(1020)
1. Remove the CPU.
67
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1100 Modem Module
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. System Door(1020)
Connector
1. Remove the 2 Screw, and 1 connector.
2. Remove the Modem Module.
2EA M2.0*3.0-I-NI FAB30208501 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
68
1110 Retainer
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
2. It uses JIG and it removes the Hooks.
1. Remove 2 screws.
2EA M2.0*3.0-I(BKAG) FAB30255001 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
69
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
3. Remove the Retainer and 2s crew remove.
2EA M2.0*3.0-I(BKAG) FAB30255001 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
70
4. Remove the Retainer.
3. Remove the Power Button SUB Board.
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
71
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1120 Keyboard
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer / Power Button SUB Board(1110)
1. Remove 1 screws.
1EA
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
72
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
Connector
3. Remove the Keyboard.
2. Remove the Keyboard Connector.
73
1130 Display Module
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 2 screws.
2EA
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
2. Remove the Hinge Cap.
74
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
Connector
3. Remove the Connector .
4. Remove 2 screws.
2EA
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
75
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
5. Remove the Display Module.
76
1140 Keyboard deck
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 10 screws.
2. Remove 3 screws.
10EA
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
3EA M2.0*3.0-I(BKAG) FAB30255001 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
77
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
3. Remove 1 screws.
Connector
1EA
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
4. Remove the Keyboard deck.
78
Connector
Connector
3. Remove the 2 Cable.
4. Remove the Display Module.
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
79
1140 USB(R) Sub Board
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 1 screws.
2. Remove the USB(R) Sub Board Cable.
Connector
No. FRU No. Specification Qty
1 FAB30248901
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
1EA
80
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1160 Mainboard
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140) f. USB(R) Sub Board(1150)
2. Remove the Mainboard.
1. Remove 1 screws.
1
FH + 2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
FAB30248901 1
No. FRU No. Specification Qty
81
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
82
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1170 RTC Battery
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140) f. USB(R) Sub Board(1150)
1. Remove the RTC Battery.
83
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1100 Heatsync
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. System Door(1020)
1. Remove 3 screws.
2. Remove the Heatsync.
Fixed
84
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1190 AC Connector
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140) f. USB(R) Sub Board(1150), g. Mainboard(1160)
1. Remove 1 screws.
1EA M2.0*3.0-I-NI FAB30208501 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
2. Remove the AC Connector.
85
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140) f. USB(R) Sub Board(1150), g. Mainboard(1160)
1200 LAN Connector
1. Remove the LAN Connector.
86
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1210 Speaker
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140) f. USB(R) Sub Board(1150), g. Mainboard(1160)
1. Remove 2 screws.
2EA M2.5*3.0-I(BZN) FAB30255101 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
2. Remove the Speaker.
87
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1220 Battery Latch
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110), c. Keyboard(1120 )
d. Display Module(1130) e. Keyboard deck(1140) f. USB(R) Sub Board(1150), g. Mainboard(1160)
1. Remove the Latch.
88
1230 LCD Front Case
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), d. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110) c. Display Module(1130)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 4 Rubber and 4 remove Screw.
No. FRU No. Specification Qty
1 FAB30248901
2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
4EA
2. Remove the LCD Front Case.
89
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
90
1240 LCD Assembly
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), d. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110) c. Display Module(1130)
d. LCD Front Case(1230)
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 4 screw.
No. FRU No. Specification Qty
1 FAB30248901
2.5MM 6.5MM
SWRCH BZN
4EA
2. Remove the LCD Assembly.
91
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
92
1250 LCD Panel
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 4 screws.
2. Remove the LCD Panel.
4EA M2.0*3.0-I-NI FAB30208501 1
Qty Specification FRU No. No.
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer(1070), d. Button Sub Board(1140), e. Display Module(1150)
F. LCD Front Case(1230)
93
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
3. Remove the inverter cable.
Cable
4. Remove the LCD Panel.
94
1260 Inverter
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. Remove 2 Cable.
2. Remove the Inverter.
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110) c. Display Module(1130)
d. LCD Front Case(1230), e. LCD Assembly(1240)
Cable
Cable
95
1270 Web Cam Module
Ch5. Removing and replacing a part
1. It uses JIG and it Remove the Web Cam module.
2. Remove the Web Cam Module.
Remove the following parts in order before replacing this part
a. Battery Pack(1010), b. Retainer/Power Button SUB Board(1110) c. Display Module(1130)
d. LCD Front Case(1230), e. LCD Assembly(1240)
Ch6. Pa
Chapter 6. Part lists
Item
Location
LG P/N Item
No.
LG P/N
NMLB01 EBR56975101 QL6 MB (INTEL,UMA) W
NMLB01 EBR61049001 QL6 MB (GM45,UMA) W
NMLB01 EBR55379001 QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,U
NMLB01 EBR56975501 QL6 MB (INTEL,9M,QIM
Main
B/D
NMLB01 EBR55379601 QL6 MB (INTEL,9M,HY
NMLB01 EBR61045901 QL6 MB (INTEL,9M,SAM
NMLB01 EBR58438901 QL6 MB (GL40,UMA) W
NMLB01 EBR55379801 QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,N
NMLB01 EBR61046001 QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,N
NMLB01 EBR56977901 QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL N NMLB01 EBR56977901 QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,N
NMLB01 EBR61315101
20QL6BU0070 - QUANT
Citrine QL6 9300M GS(
Modem - QUANTA CO
NMLB01 EBR61315001
20QL6BU0020 - QUANT
Citrine QL6 MB ASSY (
MODEM - QUANTA CO
NMLB01 EBR63859801 QL6 MB (GL40,UMA) W
SUB
B/D
NSUB01 EBR55687801 QL6 PW_BUTTON/B AS
NSUB01 EBR60967801
1HYEZZZ029V - - 4 LAY
ASSY S.P.3DQL6PB00
COMPUTER INC.
NSUB02 EBR55688701 QL6 USB AUDIO/B ASS
NSUB02 EBR60968601
1HYEZZZ029W - QUAN
SMT)Citirine QL6 USB/A
USB/AUDIO B/D - QUA USB/AUDIO B/D QUA
EAD57550302 R410 SVC Audio BD FF
NLCD01 EAJ 50527801 WXGA 14.1INCH 1280X
NLCD01 QL6 LCD 14.1 WXGA (B
NLCD01 QL6 LCD 14.1 WXGA (L
NLCD01 EAJ 58557101 WXGA 14.1INCH 1280X
NLCD02 EAY54657201 Inverter DC/AC
LCD
NLCD02 EAY54657201 Inverter,DC/AC
NLCD02 EAY54657301 Inverter,DC/AC
NLCD03 EBP56601301 webcam Module
NLCD03 EAB56601601 webcam Module
NLCD05 ABQ67101101 Front Case Assy (W Ca
9
NLCD05 ABQ67101102 Front Case Assy (W/O C
NLCD06 ABQ67100801 Rear Case (Red_LG)
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NB9M,QIM 256M) W/O CPU
NB9M,SAM)W/O CPU
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INTEL,NB9M, 256M-ALL vendor) W/O CPU WITH
OMPUTER INC.
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SSY
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00 QL6 PW_BUTTON/B ASSY - QUANTA
SY
NTA MICROSYSTEMS INC 4 LAYERS R410(for
AUDIO B/D ASSY S.P. 3EQL6AB0000 QL6
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FC Cable
X800 - CCFL TYPE
BDF)-BV GROUPING
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X800 - LED TYPE
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Main_Aux
antenna inc.
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Item
Location
LG P/N Item
No.
LG P/N
NLCD06 ABQ67100802 Rear Case (Red_Xnote)
NLCD06 ABQ67100803 Rear Case (gray_LG)
NLCD06 ABQ67100804 Rear Case (Gray_Xnote
NLCD06 ABQ67100805 Rear Case LED(Red LG
LCD
NLCD06 ABQ67100805 Rear Case LED(Red_LG
NLCD06 ABQ67100806 Rear Case LED(Red_Xn
NLCD06 ABQ67100807 Rear Case LED(gray_LG
NLCD06 ABQ67100808 Rear Case LED(Gray_X
NLCD08 EAD56807801 CABLE ASSY QL6 LCD
NLCD10 MAZ56516501 HINGE - L
NLCD11 MAZ56517301 HINGE - R
NLCD13 MCQ56517601 LCD Front RUBBER
NLCD14 MEZ54122001 Name Label R410 Korea
NLCD14 MEZ54122002 Name Label RB410 Kore
NLCD14 MEZ54122003 Name Label RD410 Glo
NLCD14 MEZ54122004 Name Label RV410 Glo
NLCD15 FAB30255001 SCREW M2.0*3.0-I(BKA
NLCD19 EAY60665501 QL6 LED Driver inverte
NLCD19 EAY60665901 QL6 LED Driver inverte
NMEM01 EAN48754301 SODIMM, 1GB, DDR2, H
MEMO
RY
NMEM01 EAN50048601 SODIMM, 1G, DDR2, RB
NMEM01 EAN48754401 SODIMM, 2GB, DDR2, H
NMEM01 EAN50048701 SODIMM, 2G, DDR2, RB
ROBS
ON
NROB01 EAN51676901 ROBSON CARD 2G NV
ON
CPU
NCPU01 EAN52856301 P7350 2.00G
NCPU01 EAN51676001 P8400 2.26GHZ
NCPU01 EAN51675901 P8600 2.4G
NCPU01 EAN51675701 T9400 2.53G
NCPU01 EAN51675601 T9600 2.8G
NCPU01 EAN56930301 T3400 2 16GHZ
9
NCPU01 EAN56930301 T3400 2.16GHZ
NCPU01 EAN60661301 T4200 2GHZ
NCPU01 EAN60666201 P8700 2.53GHZ
art lists
Part Description Remark Part Description Remark
)
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
e)
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
G) G)
note)
G)
Xnote)
D(40/40P,REV1A)3V
FBQL6004010-
>FBQL6034010
FBQL6003010-
>FBQL6033010
a/Global Consummer
ea Commercial
bal Dos free
bal Commercial
AG)(NYLOK) IRON
MM20030ICI3
M2.0*3.0
r
r
HYMP112S64CP6-S6 ROK B/S
EAN55755411-
>EAN55755511(
K)
BU128X64D2S800C6 ROK B/S
HYMP125S64CP8-S6 ROK B/S
EAN55755421-
>EAN55755521(
K)
BU256X64D2S800C6 ROK B/S
VCPEMWR002G2 ROK B/S
7
Ch6. Pa
Item Location No. LG P/N
CPU
NCPU01 EAN60661201 T6400 2GHZ
NCPU01 EAN60661401 P7450 2.13GHZ
NCPU01 EAN60661101 T6600 2.2GHZ
NCPU01 EAN56930202 T5800 2GHZ
NCPU01 EAN56930402 T1600 1.66GHZ
NCPU01 EAN56930302 T3200 2GHZ
NWLA01 EBM51207601
Intel WLAN Shirley Pea
ROK B/S
NWLA01 EBM51208101
Intel WLAN Shirley Pea
ROK B/S
WLAN
NWLA01
EBM54052001
Intel WLAN Shirley Pea
B/S
FOR Russia,Ukraine,Pa
NWLA01 EBM54120901 WLAN 802.11 B/G/N 9W
NWLA01 EBM54120701 WLAN 802.11 B/G/N 9W
NBLU01 EAT56371601 BLUETOOTH2.1+EDR
B/T NBLU02 EAD60673901 BLUETOOTH Cable 6P
NBLU02 EAD60673902 BLUETOOTH Cable 6P
MODE
M
NMOD01 EBM56371501 MODEM 56K(MDC) T60
ODD
NODD01 EAZ56130701 QL6 ODD SUPER MUL
NODD02 ACQ67103401 QL6 ODD BEZEL ASSY ODD NODD02 ACQ67103401 QL6 ODD BEZEL ASSY
NODD03 MAZ56517701 QL6 ODD BRACKET
NHDD01 EAZ52266903 HDD(160G)MHZ2160BH
NHDD01 EAZ44349302 HDD(160G) MK1652GS
NHDD01 EAZ52266905 HDD(250G)MHZ2250BH
NHDD01 EAZ44349304 HDD(320G) MK3252GS
HDD
NHDD01 EAZ44349304 HDD(320G) MK3252GS
NHDD01 HDD 160GB/5400 MOD
NHDD01 HDD 250GB/5400 MOD
NHDD01 HDD 320GB/5400 MOD
NHDD01 EAZ60660001
HM251J I 2.5INCH 250.0
ELECTRONICS
9
NHDD02 MAZ55830501
Bracket COMPLEX NTP
HDD ASSY
art lists
Part Description Remark
k 1x2 AGN,WLAN 802.11ABGN 512AN_MMWG
k 3x3 AGN,W/L 802.11A/G/N 533AN_MMWG
k 1x2 ABG W/L 802.11A/B/G 512AGMMWG ROK
akistan
WEM302QCF01Q
WEM302QCE02Q
USB MODULE QBT400UB 01P
P 10P . N
P 10P . N 2nd
0M951.42
LTI MODULE S.P.
YY
H CA07018-B434 ROK B/S
SX-GVL ROK B/S
H CA07018-B437 ROK B/S
SX-GVL ROK B/S SX-GVL ROK B/S
DULE GROUP ROK B/S
DULE GROUP ROK B/S
DULE GROUP ROK B/S
0GB SATA INTERNAL 5400RPM SAMSUNG
8
P02 SECC HDD Bracket 3IQT6HDTP00 QT6A
Ch6. Pa
Item
Location
LG P/N Item
No.
LG P/N
BATTE
RY
NBAT01 EAC34785410 APPLY NEW PN BATT
NBAT01 EAC34785411 APPLY NEW PN BATT
NBAT01 EAC34785412 BATT LI,3UR18650-2-T
NBAT01 EAC34785413 BATT LI,3UR18650-2-T
NADA01 EAY44205002 ADP 19V3.42A 65W(10
ADAPT
ER
NADA01 EAY44205002 ADP 19V3.42A 65W(10
NADA02 EAY52814002 ADP 19V4.74A 90W (10
NADA02 EAY52814001 ADP 19V4.74A 90W (10
NPOW01 EAD30750802 Israel 2P
NPOW01 EAD50476201 HK, Nigeria, Singapore,
NPOW01 EAD50479201 Canada, Mexico, Saudi
NPOW01 EAD50481701
Finland, Norway, Swede
2P
NPOW01 EAD50485501 South Africa 2P
NPOW01 EAD50520601 China 2P
NPOW01 EAD50520801 Argentina 2P
POWE
RCOD
E
NPOW01 6410BC11017 Canada, Mexico, Saudi
NPOW01 6410BD21602 Finland, Norway, Swede
NPOW01 6410BH21003 HK, Nigeria, Singapore,
NPOW01 6410BM21601 Korea 3P
NPOW01 6410BN21602 Denmark 3P
NPOW01 6410BO20602 China 3P NPOW01 6410BO20602 China 3P
NPOW01 6410BQ21003 Brazil 3P
NPOW01 6410BT21003 Argentina 3P
NPOW01 6410BU21602 South Africa 3P
NPOW01 6410BV21003 Israel 3P
NPOW01 6410BW21601 India 3P
NPOW01 6410BX21601 Russia 3P
NPOW01 EAD55718601
NPOW01 EAD55718603 CE(Europe) 3P
NPOW01 EAD55718604
NPOW01 EAD50520401 Korea 2P
NPOW01 EAD55718605 Brazil 3P
9
FAN NFAN01 EAL60659201
4.725KRPM DC 5V 340
134.94x82.6x13 QUANT
art lists
Part Description Remark Part Description Remark
LI,916C7450F,3S2P,4.8A
LI,916C7450F,3S2P,4.8A
T0145,3S2P,4.8A
T0144,3S2P,4.4A
00-240V)SADP-65KB AFJ
R510-G (except
B il I di )
00 240V)SADP 65KB AFJ
Brazil,India)
00-240V)PA-1900-08KI
R510-G,K,S
(India)
00-240V)PA-1900-08GK
R510-G(Brazil),
K/S(Basic)
UAE 2P
Arabia 2P
en, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine
Arabia 3P
en, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine 3P
UAE 3P
9
0MA 1.7W 60HZ 3.868M3 per MIN
TA COMPUTER INC.
Ch6. Pa
Item
Location
LG P/N Item
No.
LG P/N
FAN
NFAN01 EAL55477401
3FQL6TA0010 3.85KRP
MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QU
NFAN01 EAL55478001
3FQL6TA0070 4.725KR
134.94x82.6x13 QUANT
NFAN01 EAL55477201
3FQL6TA0000 3.85KRP
MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QU
3FQL6TA0060 4 7KRPM
NFAN01 EAL55477901
3FQL6TA0060 4.7KRPM
134.94x82.6x13 QUANT
NFAN02 MED55021201
PRESS AL 1 FBQL6014
module -
NFAN02 MED55021401
PRESS AL 1 FBQL6036
VGA module_sunon -
NKBD01 AEW60096302 K/B(USA)QL6(AEQL6U
NKBD01 AEW60096301 K/B(KOREA)QL6(AEQL
KEYB
OARD
NKBD01 AEW60096301 K/B(KOREA)QL6(AEQL
NKBD01 AEW60096304 K/B(ARAB)QL6(AEQL6
NKBD01 AEW60096310 K/B(RUSSIAN)QL6(AEQ
NKBD01 AEW60096308 K/B(NORDICS)QL6(AE
NKBD01 AEW60096311 K/B(GER)QL6(AEQL6G
NKBD01 AEW60096303 K/B(TUR)QL6(AEQL6A
NKBD01 AEW60096309 K/B(SPAN)QL6(AEQL6 NKBD01 AEW60096309 K/B(SPAN)QL6(AEQL6
NKBD01 AEW60096307 K/B(FR-EN CAN)QL6(A
NKBD01 AEW60096306 K/B(HEBREW)QL6(AEQ
NKBD01 AEW60096312 K/B(GRE)QL6(AEQL6+
NKBD01 AEW60096305 K/B(PORTUG)QL6(AEQ
NKBD01 AEW60096313 K/B(BRZL)QL6(AEQL66
NKBD02 3920BB3034B KBD protection sheet NKBD02 3920BB3034B KBD protection sheet
KBD
DECK
NDEC01 ABQ67099701
Case Assembly K8NTP
QL6_TOP_COVER_AS
RETAI
NER
NRET01 ABQ67099801
Case Assembly K8NTP
QL6_KB_COVER_ASS
BOTT
OM
NBOT01 ABQ67099901
Case Assembly K8NTP
3LQL6BC0010 QL6_BA
NBOT01 ABQ67099902
Case Assembly K8NTP
NBOT01 ABQ67099902
Case Assembly K8NTP
3LQL6BC0000 QL6_BA
CHAS
SIS,
MISC
NCHA01 ABQ67100201 HDD_DOOR_ASSY
NCHA02 ABQ67100301 THERMAL_DOOR_ASS
NCHA16 MCK56516201 NEW_CARD_DUMMY
NCHA03 MCK55825901 SD_DUMMY_CARD QL
NCHA04 EAD56807501 CABLE ASSY QT6 SAT
10
NCHA05 ABQ67100501 LCD HINGE CAP ASSY
NCHA06 ABQ67100601 LCD HINGE CAP ASSY
art lists
Part Description Remark Part Description Remark
PM DC 5V 190MA 950MW 60HZ 6.483M3 per
UANTA COMPUTER INC.
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
RPM DC 5V 340MA 1.7W 60HZ 3.868M3 per MIN
TA COMPUTER INC.
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
PM DC 5V 190MA 950MW 60HZ 6.483M3 per
UANTA COMPUTER INC.
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
M DC 5V 350MA 1 75W60HZ 4 169M3 per MIN Thermal pad M DC 5V 350MA 1.75W 60HZ 4.169M3 per MIN
TA COMPUTER INC.
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
4010 Qunatar (AVC) Montevina Citrine (Q6) VGA Thermal pad
(5ea) inc.
6010 Qunatar (sunon) Montevina Citirine(Q6) Thermal pad
(5ea) inc.
00,REV3A)CNY
L6Y00,REV3A)CNY L6Y00,REV3A)CNY
Q00,REV3A)CNY
QL6700,REV3A)CNY
QL6N00,REV3A)CNY
G00,REV3A)CNY
00,REV3A)CNY
P00 REV3A)CNY P00,REV3A)CNY
AEQL6K00,REV3A)CNY
QL6V00,REV3A)CNY
00,REV3A)CNY
QL6T00,REV3A)CNY
600,REV3B)CNY
03 KBD DECK Citrine 3KQL6TC0000
SY
03 COVER Citrine Retainer 35QL6KC0000
03 BOTTOM Citrine Bottom W/O RJ 11 DIS
ASE_ASSY W/O RJ 11
03 BOTTOM Citrine BottomWRJ 11 03 BOTTOM Citrine Bottom W RJ 11
ASE_ASSY W RJ 11
SY
L8
TA HDD(4P/7P,REV1A)5V
DD0QT6HD000 is
lt t
00
( , )
alternate
Y L
Y R
Ch6. Pa
Item
Location
LG P/N Item
No.
LG P/N
CHASS
IS,
MISC
NCHA07 ACQ68574001 Speaker+cable assy
NCHA08 EAD60725101 DC J ack+cable assy
NCHA09 MDP57692401 Foot rubber
NCHA12 MCQ57697901 CPU thermal pad
NCHA13 EAD57550201 CABLE FFC QL6 PB-M
NCHA14 EAD57550301 CABLE FFC QL6 USB/A
NCHA14 EAD57550302 R410 SVC Audio BD FF
SCRE
W
NSCR01 FAB30248901 SCREW M2.5*6.5-I(BZN
NSCR02 FAB30255101 SCREW M2.5*3.0-I(BZN
NSCR03 FAB30208501 SCREW M2.0*3.0-I-NI-N
NLAB01 MEZ51839501 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839502 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839503 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839504 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839505 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839506 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839507 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839508 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839509 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839510 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839511 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB01 MEZ51839512 Label_CUTTING PC ID
NLAB02 MEZ51448101 Caution Label for Korea
LABEL
NLAB02 MEZ51448102 Caution Label for Englis
NLAB02 MEZ51448103 Caution Label for Spani
NLAB02 MEZ51448104 Caution Label for China
NLAB02 MEZ51448109
PRINTING System caut
36*15 T 80um, non barc
NLAB02 MEZ51448110
PRINTING System caut
36*15 T 80um, Non Bar 36 15 T 80um, Non Bar
NLAB03 MEZ55252001 PRINTING 1 Citrine PR
NLAB03 MEZ55252002 PRINTING 1 Citrine PR
NLAB03 MEZ55252003
CUTTING PC POP Lab
LBL SPA MEZ55252203
NLAB04 MEZ37690801
COMPLEX CPU LABEL
PROCESSOR
COMPLEX CPU L b l A
10
NLAB04 MEZ62085201
COMPLEX CPU Label A
(2009) 320817-001
NLAB04 MEZ62085802
COMPLEX CPU Label A
001
art lists
Part Description Remark Part Description Remark
B(P0.5,8P,125MM,2A)60V
AUDIO(133MM,REV1A)60V
FC Cable
N(NYLOK-RED)D4.4 T0.8
N)(NYLON PATCH) IRON
NYLOK IRON
Label Citrine Korea PM
Label Citrine Korea GM
Label Citrine Korea Commercial PM
Label Citrine Korea Commercial GM
Label Citrine Global/China PM
Label Citrine Global/China GM
Label Citrine Global/China Free Dos PM
Label Citrine Global/China Free Dos GM
Label Citrine Global/China Commercial PM
Label Citrine Global/China Commercial GM
Label Citrine Mexico PM
Label Citrine Mexico GM
an
sh
sh
a
tion Label NT All PET 50(transparency, gray)
code, Korea
tion Label NT All PET 50(transparency, Gray)
r code, ENG r code, ENG
INTING POP LABEL KOREA MARKET
INTING POP LABEL GLOBAL MARKET
el Citrine Spanish Quanta HCQL8038010 POP
3 (HCQL8038,3A)
L NT ALL INTEL PENTIUM DUAL-CORE
All d l I t l C t i 2 P T h l
01
All model Intel Centrino 2 Processor Technology
All model Intel Pentium Processor (2009) 320797-
Ch6. Pa
Item
Location
LG P/N Item
No.
LG P/N
LABEL
NLAB04 MEZ62085303
COMPLEX CPU Label A
320781-001
NLAB04 MEZ62085801
COMPLEX CPU Label A
001
NLAB04 MEZ62085701
COMPLEX CPU Label A
(2009) 320821-001
NLAB05 MEZ37782601 PRINTING VISTA LABE
NLAB05 MEZ37782501 PRINTING VISTA LABE
NLAB06 3858BZ9833C
CUTTING PC SHEET 3
LABEL('07.05~)
10
art lists
Part Description Remark Part Description Remark
All model Intel Core2 Duo Processor (2009)
All model Intel Celeron Processor (2009) 320808-
All model Intel Centrino Processor Technology
EL NT DT ALL MODEL PRIMIUM
EL NT DT ALL BASIC MODEL
3858BZ9833C LHOTSE NVIDIA GRAPHIC CHIP
02
NLCD11
NLCD13
NLCD03
NLCD01
NLCD13
NLCD13
NLCD13
NLCD13
NLCD02
NLCD13
NLCD10
NLCD05
NLCD06
R410_LCD
FBQL6003010-
>FBQL6033010
HINGE - R MAZ56517301 NLCD11
FBQL6004010-
>FBQL6034010
HINGE - L MAZ56516501 NLCD10
CABLE ASSY QL6 LCD(40/40P,REV1A)3V EAD56807801 NLCD08
Rear Case LED(Gray_Xnote) ABQ67100808 NLCD06
Rear Case LED(gray_LG) ABQ67100807 NLCD06
Rear Case LED(Red_Xnote) ABQ67100806 NLCD06
Rear Case LED(Red_LG) ABQ67100805 NLCD06
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
Rear Case (Gray_Xnote) ABQ67100804 NLCD06
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
Rear Case (gray_LG) ABQ67100803 NLCD06
LCD
QL6 LED Driver inverter EAY60665901 NLCD19
QL6 LED Driver inverter EAY60665501 NLCD19
MM20030ICI3
M2.0*3.0
SCREW M2.0*3.0-I(BKAG)(NYLOK) IRON FAB30255001 NLCD15
Name Label RV410 Global Commercial MEZ54122004 NLCD14
Name Label RD410 Global Dos free MEZ54122003 NLCD14
Name Label RB410 Korea Commercial MEZ54122002 NLCD14
Name Label R410 Korea/Global Consummer MEZ54122001 NLCD14
LCD Front RUBBER MCQ56517601 NLCD13
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
Rear Case (Red_Xnote) ABQ67100802 NLCD06
Main_Aux
antenna inc.
Rear Case (Red_LG) ABQ67100801 NLCD06
Front Case Assy(W/O Cam) ABQ67101102 NLCD05
Top/mid rubber,
side rubber inc.
Front Case Assy(W Cam) ABQ67101101 NLCD05
->Quanta P/N
duplicated
webcam Module EAB56601601 NLCD03
->Quanta P/N
duplicated
webcam Module EBP56601301 NLCD03
Inverter,DC/AC EAY54657301 NLCD02
Inverter,DC/AC EAY54657201 NLCD02
WXGA 14.1INCH 1280X800 - LED TYPE EAJ 58557101 NLCD01
QL6 LCD 14.1 WXGA (LED)-BV GROUPING NLCD01
QL6 LCD 14.1 WXGA (BDF)-BV GROUPING NLCD01
WXGA 14.1INCH 1280X800 - CCFL TYPE EAJ 50527801 NLCD01
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item
NCHA05
NDEC01
NRET01
NSUB01
NSUB02
NKBD01 NCHA06
R410_Keydec k
LCD HINGE CAP ASSY L ABQ67100501 NCHA05
DD0QT6H
D000 is
alternate
CABLE ASSY QT6 SATA HDD(4P/7P,REV1A)5V EAD56807501 NCHA04
SD_DUMMY_CARD QL8 MCK55825901 NCHA03
NEW_CARD_DUMMY MCK56516201 NCHA16
THERMAL_DOOR_ASSY ABQ67100301 NCHA02
HDD_DOOR_ASSY ABQ67100201 NCHA01
CHASSIS,
MISC
Case Assembly K8NTP03 COVER Citrine Retainer
35QL6KC0000 QL6_KB_COVER_ASS
ABQ67099801 NRET01
RETAINE
R
Case Assembly K8NTP03 KBD DECK Citrine 3KQL6TC0000
QL6_TOP_COVER_ASSY
ABQ67099701 NDEC01
KBD
DECK
KBD protection sheet 3920BB3034B NKBD02
K/B(BRZL)QL6(AEQL6600,REV3B)CNY AEW60096313 NKBD01
K/B(PORTUG)QL6(AEQL6T00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096305 NKBD01
K/B(GRE)QL6(AEQL6+00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096312 NKBD01
K/B(HEBREW)QL6(AEQL6V00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096306 NKBD01
K/B(FR-EN CAN)QL6(AEQL6K00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096307 NKBD01
K/B(SPAN)QL6(AEQL6P00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096309 NKBD01
K/B(TUR)QL6(AEQL6A00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096303 NKBD01
K/B(GER)QL6(AEQL6G00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096311 NKBD01
K/B(NORDICS)QL6(AEQL6N00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096308 NKBD01
K/B(RUSSIAN)QL6(AEQL6700,REV3A)CNY AEW60096310 NKBD01
K/B(ARAB)QL6(AEQL6Q00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096304 NKBD01
K/B(KOREA)QL6(AEQL6Y00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096301 NKBD01
K/B(USA)QL6(AEQL6U00,REV3A)CNY AEW60096302 NKBD01
KEYBOA
RD
R410 SVC Audio BD FFC Cable EAD57550302
1HYEZZZ029W - QUANTA MICROSYSTEMS INC 4 LAYERS
R410(for SMT)Citirine QL6 USB/AUDIO B/D ASSY S.P.
3EQL6AB0000 QL6 USB/AUDIO B/D - QUANTA COMPUTER
INC.
EBR60968601 NSUB02
QL6 USB AUDIO/B ASSY EBR55688701 NSUB02
1HYEZZZ029V - - 4 LAYERS R410 Citrine(for SMT)QL6
PW_BUTTON/B ASSY S.P.3DQL6PB0000 QL6
PW_BUTTON/B ASSY - QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EBR60967801 NSUB01
QL6 PW_BUTTON/B ASSY EBR55687801 NSUB01
SUB B/D
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item
R410 SVC Audio BD FFC Cable EAD57550302 NCHA14
CABLE FFC QL6 USB/AUDIO(133MM,REV1A)60V EAD57550301 NCHA14
CABLE FFC QL6 PB-MB(P0.5,8P,125MM,2A)60V EAD57550201 NCHA13
CPU thermal pad MCQ57697901 NCHA12
Foot rubber MDP57692401 NCHA09
DC J ack+cable assy EAD60725101 NCHA08
Speaker+cable assy ACQ68574001 NCHA07
LCD HINGE CAP ASSY R ABQ67100601 NCHA06
CHASSIS,
MISC
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item
NCPU01
NFAN01
NROB01
NMOD01
NMEM01
NBOT01
NBLU01
R410_Bot t om
Thermal
pad (3ea)
inc.
3FQL6TA0070 4.725KRPM DC 5V 340MA 1.7W 60HZ
3.868M3 per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55478001 NFAN01
Thermal
pad (3ea)
inc.
3FQL6TA0010 3.85KRPM DC 5V 190MA 950MW 60HZ
6.483M3 per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55477401 NFAN01
4.725KRPM DC 5V 340MA 1.7W 60HZ 3.868M3 per MIN
134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL60659201 NFAN01
FAN
MODEM 56K(MDC) T60M951.42 EBM56371501 NMOD01 MODEM
BLUETOOTH Cable 6P 10P . N 2nd EAD60673902 NBLU02
BLUETOOTH Cable 6P 10P . N EAD60673901 NBLU02
BLUETOOTH2.1+EDR USB MODULE QBT400UB 01P EAT56371601 NBLU01
B/T
T3200 2GHZ EAN56930302 NCPU01
T1600 1.66GHZ EAN56930402 NCPU01
T5800 2GHZ EAN56930202 NCPU01
T6600 2.2GHZ EAN60661101 NCPU01
P7450 2.13GHZ EAN60661401 NCPU01
T6400 2GHZ EAN60661201 NCPU01
P8700 2.53GHZ EAN60666201 NCPU01
T4200 2GHZ EAN60661301 NCPU01
T3400 2.16GHZ EAN56930301 NCPU01
T9600 2.8G EAN51675601 NCPU01
T9400 2.53G EAN51675701 NCPU01
P8600 2.4G EAN51675901 NCPU01
P8400 2.26GHZ EAN51676001 NCPU01
P7350 2.00G EAN52856301 NCPU01
CPU
ROBSON CARD 2G NVCPEMWR002G2 ROK B/S EAN51676901 NROB01 ROBSON
SODIMM, 2G, DDR2, RBU256X64D2S800C6 ROK B/S EAN50048701 NMEM01
EAN55755
421-
>EAN5575
5521(
K)
SODIMM, 2GB, DDR2, HYMP125S64CP8-S6 ROK B/S EAN48754401 NMEM01
SODIMM, 1G, DDR2, RBU128X64D2S800C6 ROK B/S EAN50048601 NMEM01
EAN55755
411-
>EAN5575
5511(
K)
SODIMM, 1GB, DDR2, HYMP112S64CP6-S6 ROK B/S EAN48754301 NMEM01
MEMORY
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item
Case Assembly K8NTP03 BOTTOM Citrine Bottom W RJ 11
3LQL6BC0000 QL6_BASE_ASSY W RJ 11
ABQ67099902 NBOT01
Case Assembly K8NTP03 BOTTOM Citrine Bottom W/O RJ 11
DIS 3LQL6BC0010 QL6_BASE_ASSY W/O RJ 11
ABQ67099901 NBOT01
BOTTOM
Thermal
pad (5ea)
inc.
PRESS AL 1 FBQL6036010 Qunatar (sunon) Montevina
Citirine(Q6) VGA module_sunon - MED55021401
NFAN02
Thermal
pad (5ea)
inc.
PRESS AL 1 FBQL6014010 Qunatar (AVC) Montevina Citrine
(Q6) VGA module -
MED55021201 NFAN02
Thermal
pad (3ea)
inc.
3FQL6TA0060 4.7KRPM DC 5V 350MA 1.75W 60HZ 4.169M3
per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC. EAL55477901
NFAN01
Thermal
pad (3ea)
inc.
3FQL6TA0000 3.85KRPM DC 5V 190MA 950MW 60HZ
6.483M3 per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55477201 NFAN01
FAN
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item
NCHA08
NFAN02
NSUB02
NCHA07
R410_Mai n
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
3FQL6TA0060 4.7KRPM DC 5V 350MA 1.75W 60HZ 4.169M3
per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55477901 NFAN01
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
3FQL6TA0000 3.85KRPM DC 5V 190MA 950MW 60HZ
6.483M3 per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55477201 NFAN01
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
3FQL6TA0070 4.725KRPM DC 5V 340MA 1.7W 60HZ
3.868M3 per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55478001 NFAN01
Thermal pad
(3ea) inc.
3FQL6TA0010 3.85KRPM DC 5V 190MA 950MW 60HZ
6.483M3 per MIN 134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL55477401 NFAN01
4.725KRPM DC 5V 340MA 1.7W 60HZ 3.868M3 per MIN
134.94x82.6x13 QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EAL60659201 NFAN01
FAN
R410 SVC Audio BD FFC Cable EAD57550302
1HYEZZZ029W - QUANTA MICROSYSTEMS INC 4 LAYERS
R410(for SMT)Citirine QL6 USB/AUDIO B/D ASSY S.P.
3EQL6AB0000 QL6 USB/AUDIO B/D - QUANTA COMPUTER
INC.
EBR60968601 NSUB02
QL6 USB AUDIO/B ASSY EBR55688701 NSUB02
1HYEZZZ029V - - 4 LAYERS R410 Citrine(for SMT)QL6
PW_BUTTON/B ASSY S.P.3DQL6PB0000 QL6
PW_BUTTON/B ASSY - QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EBR60967801 NSUB01
QL6 PW_BUTTON/B ASSY EBR55687801 NSUB01
SUB B/D
QL6 MB (GL40,UMA) W/O CPU EBR63859801 NMLB01
20QL6BU0020 - QUANTA MICROSYSTEMS INC 8 LAYERS
R410 Citrine QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,NB9M, 256M-ALL vendor)
W/O CPU WITH MODEM - QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EBR61315001 NMLB01
20QL6BU0070 - QUANTA MICROSYSTEMS INC 8 LAYERS
R410 Citrine QL6 9300M GS(NB9M-GS, 256MB- ALL vendor)
W/O CPU W/O Modem - QUANTA COMPUTER INC.
EBR61315101 NMLB01
QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,NB9M, HYN 256M) W/O CPU EBR56977901 NMLB01
QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,NB9M,SAM)W/O CPU EBR61046001 NMLB01
QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,NB9M,QIM 256M) W/O CPU EBR55379801 NMLB01
added by
frank kim
QL6 MB (GL40,UMA) W/O CPU/Modem EBR58438901 NMLB01
QL6 MB (INTEL,9M,SAM)W/OCPU,MODEM EBR61045901 NMLB01
QL6 MB (INTEL,9M,HYN 256M) W/O CPU,MODEM EBR55379601 NMLB01
added by
frank kim
QL6 MB (INTEL,9M,QIM 256M) W/O CPU,MODEM EBR56975501 NMLB01
QL6 MB ASSY (INTEL,UMA) W/O CPU EBR55379001 NMLB01
QL6 MB (GM45,UMA) W/O CPU W/O MODEM EBR61049001 NMLB01
added by
frank kim
QL6 MB (INTEL,UMA) W/O CPU,MODEM EBR56975101 NMLB01
Main B/D
Remark Part Description LG P/N
Location
No.
Item
R410_Mai n
R410 SVC Audio BD FFC Cable EAD57550302 NCHA14
CABLE FFC QL6 USB/AUDIO(133MM,REV1A)60V EAD57550301 NCHA14
CABLE FFC QL6 PB-MB(P0.5,8P,125MM,2A)60V EAD57550201 NCHA13
CPU thermal pad MCQ57697901 NCHA12
Foot rubber MDP57692401 NCHA09
DC J ack+cable assy EAD60725101 NCHA08
Speaker+cable assy ACQ68574001 NCHA07
LCD HINGE CAP ASSY R ABQ67100601 NCHA06
LCD HINGE CAP ASSY L ABQ67100501 NCHA05
DD0QT6HD00
0 is alternate
CABLE ASSY QT6 SATA HDD(4P/7P,REV1A)5V EAD56807501 NCHA04
SD_DUMMY_CARD QL8 MCK55825901 NCHA03
NEW_CARD_DUMMY MCK56516201 NCHA16
THERMAL_DOOR_ASSY ABQ67100301 NCHA02
HDD_DOOR_ASSY ABQ67100201 NCHA01
CHASSIS,
MISC
Thermal pad
(5ea) inc.
PRESS AL 1 FBQL6036010 Qunatar (sunon) Montevina
Citirine(Q6) VGA module_sunon -
MED55021401 NFAN02
Thermal pad
(5ea) inc.
PRESS AL 1 FBQL6014010 Qunatar (AVC) Montevina Citrine
(Q6) VGA module -
MED55021201 NFAN02
FAN
Remark Part Description LG P/N
Location
No.
Item
NCHA09
NCHA04
NHDD02
NCHA02
NODD01
NBAT01
NCHA09
NCHA09
NHDD02
NCHA09
NHDD01
NWLA01
NODD02
NCHA01
NCHA03
NCHA16
R410_Et c .
DD0QT6HD000
is alternate
CABLE ASSY QT6 SATA HDD(4P/7P,REV1A)5V EAD56807501 NCHA04
SD_DUMMY_CARD QL8 MCK55825901 NCHA03
NEW_CARD_DUMMY MCK56516201 NCHA16
THERMAL_DOOR_ASSY ABQ67100301 NCHA02
HDD_DOOR_ASSY ABQ67100201 NCHA01
CHASSIS,
MISC
BATT LI,3UR18650-2-T0144,3S2P,4.4A EAC34785413 NBAT01
BATT LI,3UR18650-2-T0145,3S2P,4.8A EAC34785412 NBAT01
APPLY NEW PN BATT LI,916C7450F,3S2P,4.8A EAC34785411 NBAT01
APPLY NEW PN BATT LI,916C7450F,3S2P,4.8A EAC34785410 NBAT01
BATTERY
Bracket COMPLEX NTP02 SECC HDD Bracket
3IQT6HDTP00 QT6A HDD ASSY
MAZ55830501 NHDD02
HM251J I 2.5INCH 250.0GB SATA INTERNAL 5400RPM
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
EAZ60660001 NHDD01
HDD 320GB/5400 MODULE GROUP ROK B/S NHDD01
HDD 250GB/5400 MODULE GROUP ROK B/S NHDD01
HDD 160GB/5400 MODULE GROUP ROK B/S NHDD01
HDD(320G) MK3252GSX-GVL ROK B/S EAZ44349304 NHDD01
HDD(250G)MHZ2250BH CA07018-B437 ROK B/S EAZ52266905 NHDD01
HDD(160G) MK1652GSX-GVL ROK B/S EAZ44349302 NHDD01
HDD(160G)MHZ2160BH CA07018-B434 ROK B/S EAZ52266903 NHDD01
HDD
QL6 ODD BRACKET MAZ56517701 NODD03
QL6 ODD BEZEL ASSY ACQ67103401 NODD02
QL6 ODD SUPER MULTI MODULE S.P. EAZ56130701 NODD01
ODD
WLAN 802.11 B/G/N 9WEM302QCE02Q EBM54120701 NWLA01
WLAN 802.11 B/G/N 9WEM302QCF01Q EBM54120901 NWLA01
Intel WLAN Shirley Peak 1x2 ABG W/L 802.11A/B/G
512AGMMWG ROK B/S
FOR Russia,Ukraine,Pakistan
EBM54052001
NWLA01
Intel WLAN Shirley Peak 3x3 AGN,W/L 802.11A/G/N
533AN_MMWG ROK B/S EBM51208101 NWLA01
Intel WLAN Shirley Peak 1x2 AGN,WLAN 802.11ABGN
512AN_MMWG ROK B/S
EBM51207601 NWLA01
WLAN
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item
R410_Et c .
R410 SVC Audio BD FFC Cable EAD57550302 NCHA14
CABLE FFC QL6 USB/AUDIO(133MM,REV1A)60V EAD57550301 NCHA14
CABLE FFC QL6 PB-MB(P0.5,8P,125MM,2A)60V EAD57550201 NCHA13
CPU thermal pad MCQ57697901 NCHA12
Foot rubber MDP57692401 NCHA09
DC J ack+cable assy EAD60725101 NCHA08
Speaker+cable assy ACQ68574001 NCHA07
LCD HINGE CAP ASSY R ABQ67100601 NCHA06
LCD HINGE CAP ASSY L ABQ67100501 NCHA05
CHASSIS,
MISC
Remark Part Description LG P/N Location No. Item