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FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY
CX400 M4 Server Enclosure
CX25x0 M4/M5 Server Nodes
Disassembly and Recycling Instructions
December 2019

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  • Page 1 Disassembly and Recycling Instructions - English FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY CX400 M4 Server Enclosure CX25x0 M4/M5 Server Nodes Disassembly and Recycling Instructions December 2019...
  • Page 2 – The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. – Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. – No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Fujitsu.
  • Page 3 Version history Issue number Reason for update 1.0 / December 2019 Initial release Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 4 Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Disassembly and recycling ....7 Recycling information ..... . 7 Disassembly of the server enclosure .
  • Page 6 Contents Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 7: Disassembly And Recycling

    Disassembly and recycling Recycling information This manual provides instructions to disassembly the PRIMERGY CX400 M4 Server Enclosure and the PRIMERGY CX25x0 M4/M5 Server Nodes. All materials can be disposed according to the regulation in the EU Directive 2012/19 / EU (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)). Product group: Server Model: PRIMERGY CX400 M4 Server Enclosure and CX25x0 M4/M5 Server Nodes...
  • Page 8 Disassembly and recycling Materials that must be disposed of separately Description Part Number Plastics containing brominated flame retardants Toner cartridges, liquid and pasty, and Not included color toner Asbestos waste and components containing asbestos Components containing refractory ceramic fibers Components containing radioactive substances Components containing Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC),...
  • Page 9: Disassembly Of The Server Enclosure

    Disassembly and recycling Disassembly of the server enclosure Not all components are installed in the server enclosure depending on the configuration. 1.2.1 Removing server nodes from the server enclosure Tools: tool-less Recycling parts 1x - 4x server nodes External cables For recycling parts of the server nodes, see section "Disassembly of the server nodes"...
  • Page 10 Disassembly and recycling Figure 1: Removing the CX2550 M4/M5 or CX2560 M4/M5 server node CAUTION If the server node is difficult to pull out of the bay, push the server node (1), and then pull the server node (4) while pushing the server node to the left side (2, 3).
  • Page 11 Disassembly and recycling Figure 3: Removing the CX2570 M4/M5 server node (B) CAUTION If the server node is difficult to pull out of the bay, push the server node (1), and then pull the server node (4) while pushing the server node to the left side (2, 3).
  • Page 12: Removing The Id Card And Server Cover

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.2 Removing the ID card and server cover Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 Recycling parts 1x ID (identification) card, 3x server cover, 12x screws Metal Plastic ID card Figure 5: ID card Ê...
  • Page 13 Disassembly and recycling Ê Unlock the lower lock of the ID card. Removing the fan cover Figure 6: Removing the fan cover from the chassis Ê Shift the locking tab in the direction of the arrow (1). Ê Fold up the fan cover (2) and remove it (3). Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 14 Disassembly and recycling Removing the midplane cover 1 Figure 7: Removing the midplane cover 1 from the chassis Ê Remove five screws from the midplane cover 1 (see circles) Ê Remove the midplane cover. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 15 Disassembly and recycling Removing the midplane cover 2 Figure 8: Removing the midplane cover 2 from the chassis Ê Remove seven screws from the midplane cover 2 (see circles) Ê Remove the midplane cover. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 16: Removing The Hot-Plug Psu

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.3 Removing the hot-plug PSU Tools: tool-less Recycling parts 1x or 2x PSUs, 1x PSU dummy module Metal Plastic Removing the hot-plug PSU Figure 9: Removing the hot-plug PSU Ê Remove all hot-plug PSUs: Ê Push the handle of the PSU halfway upward in the direction of the arrow (1).
  • Page 17: Removing Fan Modules

    Disassembly and recycling Removing the PSU dummy module Figure 10: Removing the PSU dummy module Ê Press the handles of the PSU dummy module in the direction of the arrows (1). Ê Pull the PSU dummy module out of the bay (2). 1.2.4 Removing fan modules Tools: tool-less...
  • Page 18 Disassembly and recycling Figure 11: Disconnecting the fan cable Ê Disconnect all fan cables: Ê Pull the fan cable out of the gaps next to the fans (1). Ê Disconnect the fans from the fan cable (2). Ê Remove all fan modules: Ê...
  • Page 19: Removing The Fan Cage

    Disassembly and recycling Figure 12: Disconnecting the fan cable from the midplane Ê Disconnect all fan cables from the midplane (see circle). 1.2.5 Removing the fan cage Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Recycling parts 1x fan cage, 4x screws Metal Figure 13: Removing the fan cage Ê...
  • Page 20: Removing The Midplane Kit

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.6 Removing the midplane kit Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 hexagonal cross SW5 / PZ2 Recycling parts 1x PSU interposer, 1x chassis interface board, midplane, several screws Metal Plastic Figure 14: Removing the midplane kit (A) Ê...
  • Page 21 Disassembly and recycling Figure 15: Removing the midplane kit (B) Ê Grip the midplane kit with the metal bars (see circles), pull it to the front (1) and remove it out of the chassis (2). Figure 16: Midplane kit components Pos.
  • Page 22: Removing 2.5-Inch Hdd/Ssd Modules

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.7 Removing 2.5-inch HDD/SSD modules Tools: Phillips PH1 / (+) No. 1 screw driver (only for removing installation frame) Recycling parts HDDs/SSDs, dummy modules, installation frames, 4x screws per installation frame Metal Plastic Removing 2.5-inch dummy modules Figure 17: Removing the dummy module Ê...
  • Page 23 Disassembly and recycling Removing 2.5-inch HDD/SSD modules Figure 18: Opening the locking lever Ê Remove all HDD/SSD modules: Ê Pinch the green locking clip (1) and open the locking lever (2). Ê Pull the HDD/SSD module out a few centimeters. Ê...
  • Page 24: Removing 2.5-Inch Hdd Backplanes

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.8 Removing 2.5-inch HDD backplanes Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Recycling parts 1x to 4x HDD backplanes, 1x holder per backplane, 4x screws per backplane Metal Plastic Printed circuit Ê Remove all HDD backplanes Ê...
  • Page 25: Removing The Hdd/Ssd Bridge Board

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.9 Removing the HDD/SSD bridge board Tools: tool-less Recycling parts 1x HDD/SSD bridge board Metal Plastic Printed circuit Figure 20: Removing the HDD/SSD bridge board Ê Carefully shift the HDD/SSD bridge board in the direction of the arrow (1) until the shoulder screw caps on the chassis will rest in the wide ends of the keyhole slots on the HDD/SSD bridge board (see circles).
  • Page 26: Removing Front Bezels

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.10 Removing front bezels Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver (for the screw) Recycling parts HDD/SSD front bezels, screws (only for bezels with screw) Metal Removing HDD/SSD front bezels (without screw) Figure 21: Removing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel Ê...
  • Page 27 Disassembly and recycling Removing HDD/SSD front bezels (with screw) Figure 22: Removing the front bezel fixing screw Ê Remove the screw from the top of the chassis (see circle). Figure 23: Removing the HDD/SSD x6 front bezel (screw type) Ê Grasp behind the handle edge at a lower corner of the bezel and remove it from the cage.
  • Page 28: Removing The Front Panel Modules

    Disassembly and recycling 1.2.11 Removing the front panel modules Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Recycling parts 2x front panel modules, 4x screws Metal Plastic Printed circuit Cables Ê Remove the front panel modules on the right and left side of the server enclosure: Figure 24: Removing the front panel module Ê...
  • Page 29 Disassembly and recycling Figure 25: Disconnecting the front panel cable Ê Disconnect the front panel cable from the front panel module (see oval). Figure 26: Removing the front panel cable Ê Pull the front panel cable out of the cable duct. Ê...
  • Page 30: Disassembly Of The Server Nodes

    Disassembly and recycling Disassembly of the server nodes Not all components are installed in the server nodes depending on the configuration. The recycling parts are valid for one server node. 1.3.1 Removing the SXM2 extension tray, SXM2 modules and LC kit Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No.
  • Page 31 Disassembly and recycling Removing the SXM2 extension tray When you use CX2570(SXM) M4 (liquid cooling type 2), perform the following steps: Figure 27: Removing the SXM2 extension tray Ê Remove the screws of the SXM riser card (L) type 2 (see circles). Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 32 Disassembly and recycling Figure 28: Removing the SXM2 extension tray (A) Ê Remove the two screws (see circles). Figure 29: Removing the SXM2 extension tray (B) Ê Swivel the SXM2 extension tray up (1) and remove it from the system tray (2).
  • Page 33 Disassembly and recycling Removing LC kit Removing LC from SXM2 modules 3 and 4: Figure 30: Removing the flexible tube fixation bracket Ê Remove the screw (A) and remove the flexible tube fixation bracket. Figure 31: Loosening and lifting up the LC bracket Ê...
  • Page 34 Disassembly and recycling Figure 32: Loosening the LC bracket Ê Loosen the three screws (see circles) of the LC bracket. Figure 33: Removing the flexible tubes Ê Pull both flexible tubes through the holes of the LC bracket (see arrow). Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 35 Disassembly and recycling Figure 34: Removing the LC heat sink from the PCIe switch Ê Loosen the captive screws (see circles). Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 36 Disassembly and recycling Figure 35: Removing LC heat sinks from SXM2 modules 3 (A) and 4 (B) Ê Loosen the captive screws of SXM2 module 4 and SXM2 module 3. Ê Remove the LC heat sinks. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 37 Disassembly and recycling Removing LC from SXM2 modules 1 and 2: Figure 36: Loosening and lifting up the LC bracket Ê Loosen the two screws (see circles) of the LC bracket and lift up the LC bracket with tubes (see arrow). Figure 37: Loosening the LC bracket Ê...
  • Page 38 Disassembly and recycling Figure 38: Removing the flexible tubes Ê Pull both flexible tubes through the holes of the LC bracket (see arrow). Figure 39: Removing the LC heat sink from the PCIe switch 1 Ê Disconnect the LC power cables form the base board (see oval). Ê...
  • Page 39 Disassembly and recycling Figure 40: Removing the PLX bracket Ê Remove the PLX bracket (see arrow), if it is present. Figure 41: Removing LC heat sinks from SXM2 modules 1 (A) and 2 (B) Ê Loosen the captive screws of SXM2 module 1 and SXM2 module 2(see circles).
  • Page 40 Disassembly and recycling Removing SXM2 modules Ê Remove all SXM2 modules: Ê Loosen the eight captive screws on the SXM2 module by the sequence from 8 to 1. Ê Carefully remove the SXM2 module from its sockets in a vertical motion. Removing the SXM2 riser (R) Figure 42: Removing the riser (R) Ê...
  • Page 41 Disassembly and recycling Removing the SXM2 riser (L) Figure 43: Removing the riser (L) Ê Place the SXM2 tray on the right side. Ê Remove two screws (see circles). Ê Unplug the riser from the SXM2 base board. Removing the SXM2 base board Figure 44: Removing the SXM2 base board (A) Ê...
  • Page 42: Removing The Gpgpu Extension Tray And Gpgpus

    Disassembly and recycling Figure 45: Removing the SXM2 base board (B) Ê Lift the SXM2 base board at a slight angle out of the chassis. 1.3.2 Removing the GPGPU extension tray and GPGPUs Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Recycling parts CPGPU extension tray, 3x GPGPU riser, 1x Power Interface Board (PIB), 1x or 2x GPGPUs, 2x spacer, several screws...
  • Page 43 Disassembly and recycling Removing the GPGPU extension tray Figure 46: Removing the GPGPU extension tray (A) Ê Remove the two screws (see circles). Figure 47: Removing the GPGPU extension tray (B) Ê Swivel the GPGPU extension tray up (1) and remove it from the system tray (2).
  • Page 44 Disassembly and recycling Removing GPGPUs, the PIB and brackets Figure 48: Removing the spacer (A) Figure 49: Removing the spacer (B) Ê Remove the two spacers from the tray. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 45 Disassembly and recycling Figure 50: Disconnecting the GPGPU power cable and the I2C cable from the PIB Ê Disconnect the GPGPU power cable and the I2C cable from the PIB, see circles. Figure 51: Disconnecting the second GPGPU power cable Ê...
  • Page 46 Disassembly and recycling Figure 52: Removing the PIB Loosen the captive screw (see circle). Ê Ê Carefully shift the PIB in the direction of the arrow until the plug shell disengage from the cut-out in the chassis. Ê Lift the PIB out of the chassis. Figure 53: Removing the GPGPU from the chassis Ê...
  • Page 47 Disassembly and recycling Figure 54: Removing the second GPGPU from the chassis Ê If applicable, remove the second GPGPU in the same way. Figure 55: Disconnecting the power cable from the GPGPU (A) Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 48 Disassembly and recycling Figure 56: Disconnecting the GPGPU power cable (B) Ê Disconnect the GPGPU power cables from the GPGPUs (see circles). Removing GPGPU risers Ê Remove all GPGPU risers: Figure 57: Removing the riser (L)-P1 Ê Place the GPGPU tray so that the system board connector of the riser (see oval) is not damaged.
  • Page 49: Removing Riser Modules And Expansion Cards

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.3 Removing riser modules and expansion cards Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver (only for removing the slot bracket) Phillips PH1 / (+) No. 1 screw driver (only for removing TFM) Recycling parts 2x riser modules or 1x dummy riser module, several expansion cards, several screws, several EMI gaskets, several slot covers, several slot brackets TFM, 2x TFM spacer bolts SFP+ (small form-factor pluggable) transceiver modules...
  • Page 50 Disassembly and recycling Removing riser modules Figure 59: Removing the riser module Lift up the riser module straight on and remove the riser from the slot. Ê Remove the riser module on the right side accordingly. Ê Loosen the EMI gasket screw (see circle).
  • Page 51 Disassembly and recycling Removing a slot cover from the riser module Figure 60: Removing the slot cover from the riser module Ê Remove the screw from the riser module (see circle). Ê Pull the slot cover from the riser module (see arrow). Removing SFP+ transceiver modules Figure 61: Unlatching the locking bail Ê...
  • Page 52 Disassembly and recycling Figure 62: Removing the SFP+ transceiver module Ê Pull the SFP+ transceiver module out of its socket connector. Ê Attach the protective optical port plug to the transceiver optical bores. Place the removed SFP+ transceiver module in an antistatic bag or other protective environment.
  • Page 53 Disassembly and recycling Removing the TFM Figure 64: Disconnecting the FBU cable from the TFM Ê Disconnect the FBU cable from the TFM. Figure 65: Removing the TFM Ê Remove the two screws (1). Ê Remove the TFM (2). Ê Remove the two spacer bolts. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 54: Removing An Fbu

    Disassembly and recycling Removing the slot brackets Figure 66: Removing the slot bracket Ê Remove the two screws (see circles). Ê Remove the slot bracket (see arrow). 1.3.4 Removing an FBU Tools: tool-less Recycling parts 1x FBU, 1x FBU holder Metal Plastic Battery (in FBU)
  • Page 55 Disassembly and recycling Removing the FBU Figure 67: Removing the FBU from the holder Ê Bend the other bracket outwards (2). Ê Lift the FBU from the holder. Removing the FBU holder Figure 68: Removing the FBU holder Ê Remove the FBU holder from the system board as shown. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 56: Removing An Ocp Mezzanine Card

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.5 Removing an OCP mezzanine card Tools: tool-less Recycling parts 1x OCP mezzanine card or OCP dummy module Metal Plastic Printed circuit Removing the OCP dummy module Figure 69: Removing the OCP dummy module Ê Remove the OCP dummy module from the chassis. Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 57: Removing Main Memory Modules

    Disassembly and recycling Removing the OCP mezzanine card Figure 70: Removing the OCP mezzanine card Ê Disengage the OCP mezzanine card from the hooks (see circle) and remove it from the guide pins. 1.3.6 Removing main memory modules Tools: tool-less Recycling parts Memory modules, 1x memory slot air duct (if air cooling) Plastic...
  • Page 58 Disassembly and recycling Removing the memory slot air duct (Air cooling only) Figure 71: Removing the memory slot air duct Ê Pull up the air duct in a vertical motion and remove it from the chassis. Removing main memory modules Figure 72: Removing memory modules (A) Ê...
  • Page 59: Removing The Heat Sink And Cpu (Air Cooling)

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.7 Removing the heat sink and CPU (Air cooling) Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Recycling parts 2x CPUs, 2x CPU heat sinks, 2x CPU frames, several screws Metal Plastic Printed circuit Removing the CPU heat sink Figure 74: Removing the CPU heat sink Ê...
  • Page 60 Disassembly and recycling Removing the CPU Figure 75: Removing the CPU frame Ê Release the four hooks (see circles). Ê Carefully twist the CPU back and forth to detach the CPU frame from the heat sink (see arrows). Figure 76: Removing the CPU Ê...
  • Page 61: Removing The Heat Sink And Cpu (Lc)

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.8 Removing the heat sink and CPU (LC) Tools: Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Recycling parts 2x CPUs, 2x CPU frames, 2x heat sinks, covers, 6x heat sink clamps, tubes, several screws Metal Plastic Printed circuit Cables Removing the LC heat sinks...
  • Page 62 Disassembly and recycling Figure 78: Removing the memory modules LC heat sink clamps Ê Remove the memory modules heat sink clamps (see circles). Figure 79: Disconnecting the LC power cables Ê Disconnect the LC power cables (1), (2). Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 63 Disassembly and recycling Figure 80: Removing the LC heat sinks (A) Ê Remove the screws from the VRM heat sinks (see circles). CPU 2 CPU 1 Figure 81: Removing the LC heat sinks (B) Ê For CPU 1 and CPU 2 LC heat sinks, loosen the captive screws (circles). There are different procedures of removing the flexible tubes for CX2550 M5 and CX2570 M5.
  • Page 64 Disassembly and recycling Removing the flexible tubes (CX2550 M5) Figure 82: Removing the LC flexible tubes riser Ê Remove the LC flexible tubes riser from the tray. Ê Pull both flexible tubes from the riser. Figure 83: Removing the EMI gasket from the LC bracket Ê...
  • Page 65 Disassembly and recycling Figure 84: Loosening the LC bracket Ê Loosen the three screws (see circles) of the LC bracket. Figure 85: Removing the LC flexible tubes Ê Pull both flexible tubes through the holes of the LC bracket (see arrow). Disassembly and Recycling Instructions CX400 M4...
  • Page 66 Disassembly and recycling Removing the flexible tubes (CX2570 M5) Figure 86: Removing the flexible tubes Ê Remove the LC flexible tubes from the tray. Figure 87: Removing the EMI gasket from the LC bracket Ê Remove the M3 screw from the LC bracket and then remove the EMI gasket from the LC bracket (see arrow).
  • Page 67 Disassembly and recycling Figure 88: Removing the LC bracket Ê Remove the three screws (see circles). Figure 89: Removing the flexible tubes Ê Pull both flexible tubes through the holes of the LC bracket (see arrow). Removing the LC heat sinks Ê...
  • Page 68 Disassembly and recycling Removing the CPU Figure 90: Removing the CPU frame Ê Release the four hooks (see circles). Ê Carefully twist the CPU back and forth to detach the CPU frame from the heat sink (see arrows). Figure 91: Removing the CPU Ê...
  • Page 69: Removing The Irmc Microsd Card

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.9 Removing the iRMC microSD card Tools: tool-less Recycling parts 1x iRMC microSD card Plastic Figure 92: Removing the iRMC microSD card Ê To eject the iRMC microSD card, gently push it in and then let go (1). Ê...
  • Page 70: Removing The Dual Microsd 64Gb Enterprise

    Disassembly and recycling Figure 93: Removing the M.2 SSD Ê Remove the screw (see circle). Ê Pull the M.2 SSD out of its slot (1). Ê Remove the second M.2 SSD in the same way. 1.3.11 Removing the Dual microSD 64GB Enterprise Tools: tool-less Recycling parts Dual microSD 64GB Enterprise, microSD cards...
  • Page 71 Disassembly and recycling Figure 94: Removing the Dual microSD 64GB Enterprise Ê Disconnect the cable from the connector "ROC" on the system board (1). Ê Pull the Dual microSD 64GB Enterprise out of its connector (2). Ê Remove both microSD cards from the microSD 64GB Enterprise. Proceed as described in the following: Figure 95: Removing the microSD card Ê...
  • Page 72: Removing The Tpm And System Board

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.12 Removing the TPM and system board Tools: Removing the system board: – Phillips PH2 / (+) No. 2 screw driver Removing the TPM: – Bit screw driver – flat nose pliers – TPM bit insert – thin slotted screw driver (2 x 0.4 mm) Recycling parts 1x system board, 1x TPM (Trusted Platform Module), 1x screw, 1x TPM spacer, server nodes with LC: VR cooling blocks, spacers, 10x screws...
  • Page 73 Disassembly and recycling This procedure is not applied for Japan. Figure 97: Removing ten screws from the tray underside Ê Lay the tray on a soft, antistatic surface with its component side facing down. Ê Remove 10 screws (see red circles). Use a hexagonal nut screw driver to secure the spacers while removing the corresponding screws from the bottom of the tray.
  • Page 74 Disassembly and recycling Figure 98: Removing VR cooling blocks and spacers Ê Turn the tray with its component side facing up. Ê Remove the four spacers (see circles) and the two VR cooling blocks (see frames) from the system board. Removing the system board Ê...
  • Page 75 Disassembly and recycling Removing the TPM Figure 100: Removing the TPM screw Ê Locate the slotted lower end of the TPM screw (1). Ê Loosen the TPM screw using a thin slotted screw driver (e.g. watchmaker's screw driver) or the dedicated TPM screw driver (for Japan) (2). Ê...
  • Page 76: Removing The Battery

    Disassembly and recycling 1.3.13 Removing the battery Tools: Phillips PH1 / (+) No. 1 screw driver Recycling parts 1x battery Metal Figure 102: Position of CMOS battery on system board Figure 103: Removing the CMOS battery Ê Press the locking spring into direction of the arrow (1), so that the CMOS battery jumps out of its socket.