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  • Page 1 Z320 SERVICE GUIDE...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Test Items and Function Description…………………………………………..……….....77-79 Operational Methods of Test Items……………………………………………………………….…79 Test Content Description…………………………………………………………......79-92 Chapter 5 Serial Number Definition Introduction of Acer FG SN………………………………………………………...…………..93-100 Introduction of Acer KC PN and Acer KC SN………………………………….....101-102 Chapter 6 FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List Exploded Diagram………………………………………………………………..………….….103-105 FRU List………………………………………………………………………………...….105-109...
  • Page 3: Revision History

    Update Copyright Copyright 2015 by Acer Incorporated. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Acer Incorporated.
  • Page 4: General Information

    For Acer-authorized service providers: Your Acer office may have a different part number code than those given in the FRU list of this printed service guide. The list provided by your regional Acer office must be used to order...
  • Page 5 CHAPTER 1 Product Features and Hardware Specifications Product Features and Hardware Specifications Features………………………………………………….………………………………..……..…1-5 Phone Tour………………………………………………………………………….…………..…..6 Front View…………………………………………………………………………………….…….…...7 Rear View…………………………………………………………………………………….……….…8 Top View………………………………………………………………………….………….…………..9 Bottom View………………………………………………………………………………….……..10 Left View………………………………………………………………………………………..………11 Right View……………………………………………………..……………...…………………..….12...
  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Product Features And Hardware Specifications

    Features Following is a summary of the phone’s main specifications: Operating System Android Can be upgraded to Lollipop UI Version Acer Liquid UI Processor MSM8209 Quad-core 1.1GHz Memory 1GB LPDDR3 or 2GB LPDDR3 Internal Memory 8GB or 16GB Available Memory for User...
  • Page 7 Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11 b/g/n GPS, with A-GPS support and SUPL ■Yes (Using Headset as antenna) □No ■Yes Micro-USB □No ■No HDMI □Yes ■Yes Acer Cloud □No ■No □Yes ■No Wireless Display(Miracast) □Yes; Type Connectivity ■No WiFi Direct □Yes ■No Wireless Charging □WPC □A4WP...
  • Page 8 YouTube Social network Facebook Push mail Gmail PC sync Google cloud sync Productivity Cloud sync Google Cloud; Acer Cloud Office Google drive PDF reader A-GPS Satellite Data Update Location-based Maps & directions Google Maps, Latitude, Street View Services Online App. Store...
  • Page 9: Features

    US SKU : FCC / IC / CTIA OTA / WiFi OTA / PTCRB report Certification TW SKU : NCC/CE ■No □Yes Must Comply with acer 707-0008-V7 Guidance of Restricted Substances In proceducts Complete acer Eco-profile (including attachments) and tender questionnaire if any. ■Yes Green Design RoHS/WEEE □No ■No PVC Free □Yes...
  • Page 10: Phone Tour

    Phone Tour Six View...
  • Page 11: Front View

    Front View Figure 1.1 Front View Item Description FRONT CAMERA 6*6*4.0_200W IR HOLE LED LAMP TOUCH SCREEN Cutting glass, bottom silkscreen RECEIVER DECEORAION Aluminum, silver RECEIVER MESH Black...
  • Page 12: Rear View

    Rear View Figure 1.2 Rear View Item Description REAR COVER PC, black REAR CAM LENS Black, cutting glass, bottom silkscreen FLASH LAMP PMMA, transparent SPEAKER MESH Black...
  • Page 13: Top View

    Top View Figure 1.3 Top View Item Description POWER KEY BUTTON Power on or off the phone. AUDIO JACK...
  • Page 14: Bottom View

    Bottom View Figure 1.4 Bottom View Item Description USB Port...
  • Page 15: Left View

    Left View Figure 1.5 Left View...
  • Page 16: Right View

    Right View Figure 1.6 Right View Item Description FRONT COVER PC+10%GF, black MIDDLE COVER PC, silver VOLUME KEY BUTTON Increases or decreases the volume.
  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Diagnostic Utilities

    CHAPTER 2 Diagnostic Utilities Introduction The Z320 has a Qualcomm Multiple Download Tool designed to software upgrading and a WriteStation Tool designed to write SN/IMEI/BT/Wifi, etc. Qualcomm Multiple Download Tool Guide 1. Purpose: This document is Qualcomm platform EMMC multiple download tool operating instructions. Applicable to HQXA_CustomerDL_EMMC_V *.
  • Page 18 3.2 Install Process Pic 2 3.3 Driver Warning Driver is not certified WHQL. The first installation will show the following dialog box. Please click still proceed with the installation. The installation process to support multi-port will Tip many times. Pic 3...
  • Page 19 3.4 Driver Finish Pic 4 After the installation is complete, the drive will need to restart the computer drives can automatically take effect.
  • Page 20 4. Procedure 4.1 Program Install The program can decompress compressed files used. 4.2 System Connect PC through the USB port and the phone connection and to be upgraded 4.3 Run Program (1) Connect to PC, Settings-->Storage-->Menu-->USB Computer Connection--> Uncheck "Media device (MTP)"...
  • Page 21 6. Download Configure 6.1 Path Configure The need for the path and port software to configure the software after the open as below. Pic 6 Select the software version of the root directory, if the path is not correct, download tooltip error. Pic 7 6.2 Port Configure The tools need to configure the USB port number, and the corresponding need to use the USB...
  • Page 22 Pic 8 Pic 9 Pic 10 Select auto-refresh mode, each insert a cell phone, the USB Manager will appear in a line of new equipment. USB device port number information in front of the line in the second column shows that is the thread you need to configure the port number.
  • Page 23 Pic 11 Find the matching phone in Device Manager according to PID0X12D1. It will show USB_507 in Device Manager. The download tool interface’s port configuration should keep the same as Device Manager. Choose USB507 in parameter setting as below: Pic 12 7.
  • Page 24 After you configure the path and port directly point the main interface "Start All" button to start the download process. You can also double-click the left mouse button to start the download process of the thread on the corresponding thread information line. This tool supports up to 8 threads to download, based on software running stability considerations, it would be best six threads running.
  • Page 25 Pic 15 9.1 Configure Download mode needs to choose empty area, port configuration is the same as 6.2, path selection software. Pic 16 10. FAQ (1) No Phone Device Manager has a port, but the tool still shows No Phone, because there may be other tools occupy Diag port.
  • Page 26 Step 3: enter engineering instruction #### 8787 #### 7878 # # and turn off the phone Log. Step 4: redisconnect the phone, power, re-open the tool, and then connect the phone. The fifth step, if it cannot resolve. Please restart your computer and then connect your phone to open the tool to try.
  • Page 27 Click Next: Automatic install:...
  • Page 28: Qualcomm Writestation User Guide

    Qualcomm WriteStation User Guide 1:Environment requirement 1.1.Hardware environment 1.1.1. Computer,CPU 1.7GHz or above, 512M ram or above 1.1.2. Monitor,the resolution is 1024×768 or above 1.1.3. Stabilized D.C. source (4.0V/2A) or full charged battery of mobile phone 1.1.4. Mobile phone 1.2.Software environment 1.2.1.
  • Page 29 4.2:User interface of WriteStation...
  • Page 31 4.3. Set parameters...
  • Page 32 Password: 20120405...
  • Page 33 4.4. Set platform information Acer Z320&Z330: indicates feature phone platform of YEP Spread: indicates Spread platform...
  • Page 34 4.5:Communication port set COM port:Set a communication port here, COM…should be set if UART is chosen as communication mode while USBCOM if USB is chosen as communication mode. The list of com ports will be refreshed when “refresh” is clicked. User should choose a print port if user want to use print function.
  • Page 35 4.6:File set DB:please choose a database file here, database file should begin with“BPLGUInfoCustomApp” and with no suffix; AP:please choose a AP file, AP file should begin with“APDB”and with no suffix. PrintTMP:Please choose a print template file. The template file should as much like as supplied in help section.
  • Page 36 4.7:Project information set Print: print only Write: write number only Print&Write: write number first and then print these numbers. SN: SN writing will be enabled if this box is checked and disabled wile unchecked. BT: BT writing will be enabled if this box is checked and disabled wile unchecked. WIFI: WIFI writing will be enabled if this box is checked and disabled wile unchecked.
  • Page 37 ANTFlag: ANTFlag writing or checking will be enabled if this box is checked and disabled while unchecked. Generally, if ANTFlag is checked, tool will check theANTFlag. CITFlag: CITFlag writing or checking will be enabled if this box is checked and disabled while unchecked. Generally, if CITFlag is checked, tool will check the CITFlag.
  • Page 38 Single: indicates that you want write one IMEI only into your handset. Double: indicates that you want to write two IMEI into your handset. Four: indicates that you want to write four IMEI into your handset. IsIMEICheck:check the validity of the last number of IMEI if this box is checked; IMEI2-AutoCreate: IMEI2 will automatically counted according to IMEI1 if checked.
  • Page 39 lowerRange:the lower range of BT. upperRange:the upper range of BT. If the low value and the upper value are not zero at the same time,the tool will compare the BT which will be written with the low value and the upper value. AuotAssign: decide if BT will be assigned automatically from the BT excel file configured at “BT File”, if this button is checked, only BT could be written.
  • Page 40 5: Write demonstration Note: all operation should be done when phone is powered off. A: input number by manual 5.1: config the tool...
  • Page 41 5.2: Change to “Operation” panel, and then input SN, BT, WIFI, and IMEI correctly, and then click “Start” or press “Enter” directly to start write number. Tool will wait two minutes before phone connected, otherwise tool will stop automatically. User should power to the phone and then connect PC and phone via usb cable when count occur showing as the upper picture.
  • Page 42 5.3:Operation complete...
  • Page 43 B: Automatically assign IMEI,BT,WIFI Config tool: :Change to “Operation” panel, and then click “Start” or press “Enter” directly to start write number. Tool will wait two minutes before phone connected, otherwise tool will stop automatically.
  • Page 44 User should power to the phone and then connect PC and phone via usb cable when count occur showing as the upper picture.
  • Page 45 Write IMEI, BT, WIFI successfully.
  • Page 46: Chapter 3 Service And Maintenance

    CHAPTER 3 Service and Maintenance Introduction This document contains general information about the phone, a list of tools needed to perform the required maintenance and steps on how to disassemble and re-assemble parts from the phone. Disassembly and Assembly Guide I.
  • Page 47 II. Appropriate Tools for Reference The illustrations below show the appropriate tools that should be used for the phone’s service and repair. (1) Screwdriver (2) Tweezers Use a pair of tweezers to remove/insert cables. (3) Disassembly Blade...
  • Page 48 III. Disassembly Steps (1) Disassemble the battery cover. Insert the disassembly blade to the hook and take off the battery cover.
  • Page 49 (2) Remove the screws. Use screw-driver to remove the 12 screws circled in red. (3) Disassemble the 3G antenna cover. Insert disassembly blade to the gap of antenna cover and rear cover, then take off the antenna cover.
  • Page 50 Use tweezers to remove the speaker from the corner, please be careful when removing to avoid back foam being separated from speaker.
  • Page 51 (4) Disassemble the rear cover and side key buttons. Insert disassembly blade to the gap of rear cover and front cover, then separate the rear cover from front cover. Use tweezers to take off the power key button from two buckles circled in red.
  • Page 52 Use tweezers to take off the volume key button from two buckles circled in red. The remaining part is the defined rear cover module, which includes the rear cover and camera lens.
  • Page 53 (5) Disassemble the RF cable and rear camera. Use tweezers to remove two ends of RF cable from MB and SB, then separate the rear camera from MB connector.
  • Page 54 (6) Disassemble the MB assembly. Use tweezers to disassemble the LCD connector circled in red, the TP connector circled in yellow and the power key FPC circled in blue from MB. Disassemble the LINK FPC connector and take off the MB.
  • Page 55 Disassemble the front camera and G-sensor rubber case. Remark: Front camera’s back conductive fabric has been cancelled. The remaining part is the defined MB Module, which includes MB, power key FPC, waterproof label and G-sensor rubber case (which also is taken as L2 repair material).
  • Page 56 (7) Disassemble the SB assembly. Disassemble LINK FPC connector, use tweezers to loosen the motor from groove. The remaining part is the defined SB module, which includes the SB and motor.
  • Page 57 (8) Disassemble the volume key FPC. Use tweezers to disassemble the FPC, please be careful to avoid back gum of FPC being separated.
  • Page 58 (9) Disassemble the receiver. Use tweezers to disassemble the receiver from this direction, please be careful when removing to avoid back gum being separated from receiver. (10) Disassemble the device label and LINK FPC.
  • Page 59 Please be careful when removing the LINK FPC to avoid back gum being separated from LINK FPC. (11) When finishing disassembly steps, all the defined parts and modules are shown as below.
  • Page 60 IV. Re-assemble Steps (1) Assemble the LINK FPC. Gently assemble the LINK FPC aligning to two positioning holes. (2) Paste the device label. Paste the device label from the right bottom corner.
  • Page 61 (3) User tweezers to assemble the receiver on LCD module, remind that its shrapnels are downward. (4) Assemble the volume key FPC. Use tweezers to paste the volume key FPC aligning to two positioning holes first, then paste the left side along the front cover.
  • Page 62 (5) Assemble the SB module. Firstly, connect SB with LINK FPC, remind that FPC’s white line should be parallel to connector cover. Then fix the SB according to the positioning hole. Finally, twist the motor coil for 2 circles and fix the motor on the groove.
  • Page 63 (6) Assemble MB assembly. Assemble the front camera on MB connector. Remind that FPC’s white line should be parallel to connector cover. Remark: Front camera’s back conductive fabric has been cancelled. Then, assemble the G-sensor on MB.
  • Page 64 Thirdly, slightly lift the left corner of device label and connect MB with LINK FPC. Remind that FPC’s white line should be parallel to connector cover. (7) Assemble MB module on LCD module. Firstly, Assembly the MB aligning to 4 hooks and the front camera should be assembled in the groove. Then connect the TP FPC &...
  • Page 65 (8) Assemble the rear camera and RF cable. Assemble the rear camera on MB connector, and connect the RF cable to MB & SB. (9) Assemble the side key buttons and rear cover. Assemble the volume key button and power key button on the rear cover.
  • Page 67 Then combine and compress the rear cover with LCD module & MB. (10) Assemble the antenna cover. Assemble the speaker on antenna cover, remind that two shrapnels of speaker are rightward.
  • Page 68 Then compress the antenna cover on rear cover. (11) Assemble 12 screws circled in red on the rear cover.
  • Page 69 (12) Combine and compress the battery cover with the handset.
  • Page 70: L2 Troubleshooting Guide

    V. L2 Troubleshooting Guide 1. Fail to power on Issue Description Cause Solution Side key FPC isn’t welded well re-weld Fail to power on side key FPC breaks replace side key FPC MB has defects Refer to MB Service Manual 1.
  • Page 71 3. TP issue Issue Description Cause Solution FPC isn’t well assembled re-assemble TP FPC TP touch pad fails FPC breaks replace TP MB is damaged refer to MB Service Manual TP scratches replace TP TP appearance has defects TP is damaged replace TP 1.
  • Page 72 4. Side key buttons issue Issue Description Cause Solution Side key FPC’s connection has replace FPC defects Side key button has no response 1.replace the battery cover Side key button has defects 2.replace side key FPC 1. Check the side key button’s touching, if it is assembled in place.
  • Page 73 6. Rear camera issue Issue Description Cause Solution Rear camera FPC isn’t well re-assemble camera FPC assembled Camera not prepared, not working/No function Rear camera is defective Replace the camera MB is damaged Repair MB Cannot start rear Rear camera is defective Replace the camera camera FPC isn’t well assembled or...
  • Page 74 1. Check if the camera FPC is assembled in place or breaks. 2. Use fixture or good MB to test the camera quality. 3. Check and repair MB. 8. Antenna cover issue Issue Description Cause Solution Antenna cover appearance is defective Replace antenna cover no signal Antenna shrapnel badly connect to SB...
  • Page 75 10. Earphone issue Issue Description Cause Solution Earphone socket is defective replace earphone socket No function MB is damaged Repair MB Earphone acoustic Earphone socket is defective replace earphone socket anomaly MB is damaged Repair MB 11. Receiver/speaker box issue Issue Description Cause Solution...
  • Page 76 12. Microphone issue Issue Description Cause Solution MIC has defects replace Acoustic problem Miss assembling MIC rubber case Re-assemble MB has defects Repair MB MIC has no sound MB has defects Repair MB 13. Battery issue Issue Description Cause Solution Screen shows MB has defects Repair MB...
  • Page 77: How To Modify Sku Change

    How to modify sku change: 1. Device power on, connect to PC, uncheck each USB connection as below picture: 2. Launch “Switch_CountryID.exe”, please only focus on parts circle in red as below picture: Com Port: will be automatically be selected by tool, no need to select Area: Sku need to be over write Switch: Execute to over write sku Query: Read current sku from device...
  • Page 78 3. Select the “sku” through dropdown menu, click “OK” to confirm target sku then click “Switch” to over write.
  • Page 79 4. “Query” to check if over write has been switch success. 5. If any new sku needs to be added : open “area.ini” file to add sku name as below picture: 6. Re-Open swtich tool, new added sku will be imported in dropdown menu as below picture:...
  • Page 80: Chapter 4 Diagnostic Tool Sop

    CHAPTER 4 Diagnostic Tool SOP 1. Introduction This SOP is available for simple tests of hardware devices by customer service maintenance personnel, such as key, LCM, GPS, SD, camera. Results of tests will be written into log for research designer to analyze.
  • Page 81 2.2 Use Instructions to Install Diagnostic Tool APK 2.2.1 Unzip the compressed package and take out Diagnostic Too.apk 2.2.2 Use adb instructions to install test tool apk. First use adb devices instruction to check whether the tablet is connected into PC, then use adb install Diagnostic Tool.apk instruction to install this apk.
  • Page 82: Test Items And Function Description

    3. Test Items (A Total of 14 Items) 4. Function Description 4.1 In the Home interface, click on menu, then find out the Application Icon “Diagnostic_A3-A20_v1.004” and you can enter into the main interface of application. See the operating diagram as below.
  • Page 83 4.2 Application Program Function Analysis of Diagnostic Tool’s Main Interface See the main interface as below: Each button represents a test item, white ones mean untested items, red ones mean failed items, and green ones mean passed items. Test results will be stored in “/sdcard/Factory/Diagnostic/ _TestResult.txt”. Each test result is stored in the test result text.
  • Page 84: Operational Methods Of Test Items

    5. Operational Methods of Test Items  Among all the test items, only SD/ExSD Test Item needs to insert SD card, other test items have no limits.  Among all the test items, only SIM Test Item needs to insert SIM card, other test items have no limits. ...
  • Page 85  The 2nd test: Draw diagonal lines in turn, which is identical to the above method. Pass Standards:  Finish drawing six lines above in turn.  Finger needs to be close to the red line when drawing.  Disconnection or other abnormities can not happen. ...
  • Page 86 6.2 LCM----Fluorescent Screen Test  Click on this test item, test red->green->blue->white as shown.  The test passes if the picture is clear and the color is saturated. Otherwise, it fails.  Check whether pass or not by visual inspection. After the test is done, click on “Pass”...
  • Page 87 6.3 Back Light----Back Light Test  Click on this test item, the levels of back light brightness in turn as shown: 1.00.750.50.25.  Check whether the back light weakens in turn by visual inspection.  Check whether pass or not by visual inspection. ...
  • Page 88 Test result interface as below.
  • Page 89 6.4 Audio----Audio Frequency Input & Output Test  The 1 test----Speaker Test: to check the normality of the speaker. After entering in to the test, click on “Pass” if the speaker sounds normally.  The 2nd test----MIC Test: After clicking on the “Pass” button and enter into this test, which is to check the normality of MIC.
  • Page 90 Picture A Picture B Picture C...
  • Page 91  test----Headset Test: Click on “Pass” button and enter into this test, which is to check its The 3 normality. Insert the headset before test, and say some words to the receiver of the headset. After three seconds, listen whether the headset makes the same sound, so as to prove its validity. If the headset MIC works normally, press the hang-up key, and the corresponding headset key will show “press”.
  • Page 92 6.5 Key----keypad Test  After entering in to the test, tester will see every key value on the screen. Click on the key and the corresponding value will disappear to prove the key’s validity. Click on “Pass” if all the keys are normal. ...
  • Page 93 6.7 G-sensor----Gravity Sensor Test  This test is to check its normality. Put the phone on the horizontal test fixture, after entering into the test interface (the left picture), click on “test” button to begin the test, the program will automatically judge the result.
  • Page 94 6.9 Wifi----Wifi Test  This test is to check the normality of Wifi function. After entering into the test, the test will pass if the tablet can receive Wifi wireless signals and show “Wifi Test Pass”. After the test is done, click on “Pass” or “Fail” button to exit the test. Test result will be automatically ...
  • Page 95 6.10 BT-Bluetooth Test  This test is to check its normality. After entering into the test, the screen will show “Bluetooth Test Pass” if the screen shows Bluetooth stick or other Bluetooth device addresses.  After the test is done, click on “Pass” or “Fail” button to exit the test. Test result will be automatically written into “/sdcard/Factory/Diagnostic/ _TestResult.txt”.
  • Page 96 6.12 Camera----Camera Test  First start up the rear camera, tester previews OK->clicks on shooting button->observes whether the camera shooting is clear and normal->clicks on “Pass” button->starts up the front camera->uses the same method to test the function.  This test fails if the preview or shooting of camera is abnormal. After the test is done, click on “Pass”...
  • Page 97 6.13 Battery----Battery Test  After entering into the test, insert the charger, observe whether the charging light flashes, and the program will automatically judge whether this test passes as shown.  This test will test these properties: quantity of electricity, temperature, voltage, electric current and usage performance.
  • Page 98: Chapter 5 Serial Number Definition

    PPPPPPPPPP: Acer FG PN which is from the BOM by PM, 10 characters, without dots here. There are 12 characters in Acer FG PN with the format of 2-5-3 code including two dots. For example: LX.G5808.039. Remove dots to get 10 characters of PPPPPPPPPP.
  • Page 99  The week with the year’s first Thursday in it (the formal ISO definition),  The week with 4 January in it,  The first week with the majority (four or more) of its days in the starting year,  The week starting with the Monday in the period 29 December – 4 January. ...
  • Page 100 * SSSSS: One counter to generate sequence number even different platform, product….. >Manufacturer code, two digits defined by Acer SIC. >It only apply by ODM manufacturer location not factory. >Use alphanumeric characters, including 0~9 and A~Z only (Excluding O, I, A, K and U).
  • Page 101 >Maintain one and only one counter to generate sequence numbers at a manufacture site in different factory (Factory1/Factory2) and different product (NB,/Tablet/SHH) that with a unique MM code >Engineering version code of hardware, two characters defined by ODM/vendor. Please use alphanumeric characters, including 0~9 and A~Z only (Excluding O and I).
  • Page 102 M m m Definition Year Week Sequence Number YWW: 1 digit of year & 2 digits for week code, the same as Acer FG SN. dddddd: 6 decimal numbers transferred from 5 hexadecimal numbers SSSSS of Acer 22_Code_FG_SN Transfer formula for S...
  • Page 103 Transfer formula for Base 36 Example: If Acer FG SN (MM) = 3E, SNID (Mmm) = 314 The following table shows two methods to count sequence numbers. Suppose factory manufactures two models A and B at the same time. Divide...
  • Page 104  http://www.barcode-college.com.tw/barcode.htm Note 4.1: Acer label size is 1 cm * 5 cm. This label size is for reference only. ODM can adjust a little the label size to meet physical requirements. ODM also can discuss with related Acer PM to define the best location to stick Acer FG label.
  • Page 105 Note 4.2: Every Acer FG SN in databases is the same as the characters and the meaning of barcode printed on its own label.
  • Page 106: Introduction Of Acer Kc Pn And Acer Kc Sn

    Acer SIC FTP server. There are also 22 characters in an Acer KC SN. The format of Acer KC SN is almost the same as Acer FG SN. Acer KC SN does not have its related SNID.
  • Page 107 Note 6.0.2: Every ODM KC PN can be found in Acer SPL database. (Please contact with the Acer PIC in CSD.) Note 6.0.3: Acer KC PN is more important than Acer KC SN for repair centers.
  • Page 108 Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines. NOTE: To scrap or to return the defective parts, users should follow local government ordinances or regulations on proper disposal, or follow the rules set by the regional Acer office on how to return the defective parts.
  • Page 109: Exploded Diagram

    Exploded Diagram and Description Item Part Name Touch panel (including in LCD Module) LCD (including in LCD Module) Front cover (including in LCD Module) Light Diffuser piece (including in LCD Module) Power key FPC (including in MB Module) Front camera G-sensor rubber case (including in MB Module) Power key button Rear camera...
  • Page 110: Fru List

    Waterproof label MB SN label (including in MB) FRU List Category Part NO. Description Battery BATTERY KT.0010K.007 (BAT-A11)_2000mAh_SP44 5162SE-C_acer_BAT-A11 USB Cable HC.70211.04K Micro 5P 1000A_1m Earphone ADAPTER_US_PSA05A-05 KP.0050P.006 0QL6A-H Earphone BLACK_1.5m_3.5mm HC.00111.00A US Standard...
  • Page 111 Front Camera KR.02M0W.001 6*6*4.0_200W Rear Camera KR.05M0K.001 8.6*8.5*4.25mm_500W Speaker 23.HPUHC.001 16*09*3.3mm Receiver 60.HPUHC.003 06*12*2.3mm Volume Key FPC 60.HPUHC.004 LINK FPC 50.HPUHC.001 CONNECT MB & SB RF Cable 50.HPUHC.002 84.5mm...
  • Page 112 Antenna Cover 60.HQ7HC.002 3G MAIN ANTENNA Battery Cover 60.HPUHC.006 UV PAINT Power Key Button 60.HPUHC.007 UV PAINT Volume Key Button 60.HPUHC.008 UV PAINT Screw for Rear Cover & Antenna Cover 86.LB6N8.001 M1.4*3.5mm_BLACK...
  • Page 113 Warranty Label 47.HPUHC.002 DIAMETER 2.3mm Cooling Membrane for Battery Cover 60.HPUHC.009 55.0*53.0*0.06_BLACK LCD Module 1. TP 2. LCM 3. Front cover 6M.HQ6HC.001 4. Light Diffuser 5.TP Landing Conductive Fabric...
  • Page 114 Rear Cover Module Rear cover 60.HQ6HC.001 Rear camera lens MB Module Main Board Power Key FPC HB.70511.07A G-sensor Rubber Case Waterproof Label Power key FPC PN: HQ22001114000/HQ22001112000 MB Soldering Spare Part SB Module Sub board 55.HQ7HC.001 Motor SB Soldering Spare Part Motor PN: HQ20400059000,HQ20400076000...

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