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PD311 & PD323
Service Guide
Service guide files and updates are available
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  • Page 1 PD311 & PD323 Service Guide Service guide files and updates are available on the AIPG/CSD web; for more information, please refer to http://csd.acer.com.tw PRINTED IN TAIWAN...
  • Page 2: Revision History

    Revision History Please refer to the table below for the updates made on P311 & PD323 service guide. Date Chapter Updates...
  • Page 3 Copyright Copyright © 2005 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 Conventions The following conventions are used in this manual: Screen messages NOTE WARNING CAUTION IMPORTANT Denotes actual messages that appear on screen. Gives bits and pieces of additional information related to the current topic. Alerts you to any damage that might result from doing or not doing specific actions.
  • Page 5 DIFFERENT part number code to those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the list provided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Product / Test Equipment / Test Condition Guide to Entering Service Mode and Factory Reset Inspection Procecdure Chapter 5 Exploded Overview Exploded Overview Appendix Serial Number Definition System I. Serial Number System Definition II. PCBA Code Definition III.The Different Parts PD311 / PD323...
  • Page 7: Chapter 1 System Introduction

    2000 hours typical, 50% survival rate Operating : 0~2,500 ft for 5 Altitude Storage : 40,000 ft (Max.) MTBF Operating more than 12,000 hours (90% Confidence Level) PD311: 800(H) x 600(V) Resolution PD323: 1024(H) x 768(V) PD311: 0.55” 12 DMD Chip PD323: 0.55” 12...
  • Page 8: Product Overview

    Product Overview Main Unit Item Chapter 1 Description Zoom Ring Control Panel Remote Control Receiver Elevator Foot Zoom Lens Focus Ring Elevator Button Power Socket Connection Ports...
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    Control Panel Item Temp Indicator LED Lamp Indicator LED Power and Indicator LED (Power LED) Source Resync Empowering Key Menu Back Four Directional Select Keys Description Chapter 1...
  • Page 10: Connection Ports

    Connection Ports Item Chapter 1 Description USB Connector Audio Input Connector S-Video Input Connector Component Video Input Connector VGA Output Connector (PC Analog Signal) Kensington Lock Port...
  • Page 11: Connecting The Projector

    Connecting the Projector Item Power Cord VGA Cable Audio Cable Jack/Jack (Optional Accessory) USB Cable Audio Cable Jack/RCA (Optional Accessory) S-Video Cable (Optional Accessory) Composite Video Cable VGA to Component/HDTV Adapter (Optional Accessory) 3 RCA Component Cable (Optional Accessory) Description Chapter 1...
  • Page 12: System Block Diagram

    From +385V DC To DC +13V Power Ctrl. Module Ballast PMD1000-1 PIC16F57C VGA IN AD9883A S-VIDEO IN Video Decoder TVP5146 VIDEO IN USB IN Front IR Receiver BEEPER 4Ω AMP. TPA0172 AUDIO IN Flash ROM DRCG RDRAM 1.5V 2.5V 3.3V (SYS) 3.3V (ADC) DIGITAL RGB Sync...
  • Page 13: Chapter 2 Firmware Upgrade

    Firmware Upgrade Equipment Needed Software : (DDP 3020- USB) - DLP Composer Lite (6.0) - Firmware (PD311 & PD323) Hardware : Item Photo Projector (PD311 or PD323) Power Cord Item Photo USB Cable PC or Lap- Chapter 2 Chapter 2...
  • Page 14: Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure DLP Composer Lite Setup Procedure Step Execute Choose FW pro- “DLP Composer Lite gram v6.0 Setup” program. Next Click “Next” button. Next 1. Reading the “License Agreement” rules. 2. Choose “I accept and agree to be bound by all the terms and conditions of this License Agreement”...
  • Page 15 Step Next 1. Choose “All” icon. 2. Click “Next” button. Next Click “Next” button. Process- The program is execut- ing “Initializing” status. Procedure Photo Chapter 2...
  • Page 16: Usb Driver Upgrade Procedure

    USB Driver Upgrade Procedure Step Set-up 1. Hold on “Menu” button and plug in Power Cord while holding on “Menu”. 2. Wait for about 5 secs. 3. Once Power, Lamp, Temp LED lights up, plug in USB Cable into the Projector. (Note: The system fan will not function.
  • Page 17 Step Update In 1 minute, click “OK”. Success- The USB driver is up- fully dated successfully. Device 1. Right click “My Manager computer” on the desktop. 2. Select “Properties” on the popup menu to launch the “System Properties” window. 3. Choose “Hardware” and then click “Device Manager”.
  • Page 18: Firmware Upgrade Procedure

    Firmware Upgrade Procedure Step Set-up 1. Hold on “Menu” button and plug in Power Cord while holding on “Menu”. 2. Wait for about 5 secs. 3. Once Power, Lamp, Temp LED lights up, plug in USB Cable into the Projector. (Note: The system fan will not function.
  • Page 19 Step 1. Choose “Flash Loader” 2. Click “Browse” to search the firmware file. (PD311 / PD323) 3. Select the item “Skip Boot Loader Area (load all but the first 16KB).” 4. Click “Reset Bus” to erase the flash memory. (Note: If the error mes- sage “cannot open USB...
  • Page 20 Step Proceed- Proceeding Picture 1. When Firmware Upgrade Process is finished, the LED power flashs. 2. Unplug USB Cable and Power Cord. Re-plug in Power Cable. Check Restart the unit and Firmware enter the Service Mode to check the Firmware Version.
  • Page 21: Edid Upgrade

    EDID Upgrade EDID Introduction xtended isplay basic information about a display device and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits, and character strings for the model name and serial number. The information is stored in the display and is used to communicate with the system through a Display Data Channel (DDC), which sites between the display device and the PC graphics adapter.
  • Page 22: Setup Procedure

    Item Projector (PD311 or PD323) Setup Procedure Step C o n n e c t 1. Power Adapter to Fixture JP1 All Ports 2. Fixture P1 to PC COM1 Port 3. Fixture P2 to Projector Analog Port Power On Power on Fixture...
  • Page 23 Step Key in 1. Key in the Serial Serial Number into the Number Barcode blank space. 2. In “Write Source Select”, make a check in “VGA”. 3. Click “Program”. Change “Please change the Cable to Cable to Analog” mes- Analog sage is shown on the screen, then click “OK”.
  • Page 24 Step Check 1. In the “Read Item” the whole Selections, choose process the Port that you use. Ex: If you use the Analog Port, choose “Analog” in the “Read Item”. 2. Click on “Read” to read EDID information. 3. The “EDID Informations”...
  • Page 25: Chapter 3 Mechanical Disassembly And Reassembly

    Mechanical Disassembly & Reassembly This section provides disassembly & Reassembly procedures for PD311 & PD323 DMD Projector. Before you begin any of these procedures, be sure to turn off the power, computer system, and other attached devices; then disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
  • Page 26: Mechanical Disassembly Procedure

    Mechanical Disassembly Procedure 1. Remove Lamp Module Procedure Loosen 2 tenons to remove the Lamp Cover. Unscrew 2 screws to remove the Lamp Module. Chapter 3 Photo...
  • Page 27: Remove Top Cover

    2. Remove Top Cover Procedure Unscrew 3 screws in the Bottom Cover and 1 screw in the left Cover, then, unplug 1 FPC Cable to remove Top Cover Module. Remove Keypad Board: (1) Unscrew 4 screw and unplug 1 FPC to remove the Keypad Board.
  • Page 28: Remove Main Board

    3. Remove Main Board Procedure Unscrew 2 screws in the IO Cover to disassemble the Rear Cover. Unscrew 3 screws, unplug 10 connectors and 1 DC DC connector in the Bottom to remove the Main Board. Chapter 3 Photo...
  • Page 29 4. Remove Left Cover / Speaker / Elevator Push Button Procedure Unscrew 1 screw to remove the left cover. (1) Unscrew 2 screws to remove the Speaker Module. (2) Loosen 2 tenons to remove the elevator push button. Photo Chapter 3...
  • Page 30 5. Remove Ballast Module / Fan Module Procedure Remove Ballast Module: (1) Unscrew 3 screws and unplug 3 connectors to disassmble the Ballast. (2) Unscrew 1 screw in the grouding wire module. Remove Fan Module: (1) Unscrew 2 screws to remove the Fan Module.
  • Page 31 6. Remove Right Cover Module / Front Cover Module Procedure Unscrew 1 screw to disassemble the Right Cover Module and Front Cover Module. Unscrew 2 screws to remove the Lamp Blower / Air Duct in the Right Cover Module Loosen 2 tenons to remove the IR Board in the Front Cover Module.
  • Page 32 7. Remove Light Cut / Thermal Switch / Color Wheel / Photosensor Board Procedure Remove Light Cut / Thermal Switch: (1) Unscrew 1 screw to remove the Light Cut. (2) Unscrew 2 screws to remove the Thermal Switch. Remove Color Wheel / Photosensor Board: (1) Unscrew 2 screws to remove the Color Wheel.
  • Page 33: Remove Engine Module

    8. Remove Engine Module Procedure Unscrew 1 screw to remove the Interrupt Switch. Unscrew 4 screws to disassemble the Engine Module. (1) Take off Fan Duct (2) Unscrew 3 screws to disassemble the Focus Ring. (3) Unscrew 1 screw to disassemble the Zoom Ring Holder.
  • Page 34 9. Remove Blower / DC DC / Bottom Cover Module Procedure Remove Blower / DC DC: (1) Unscrew 3 screws to remove the Blower. Notice: Please ensure the blue wire arrangement (The direction should be heading forward as the picture shows) while assembling the DC DC Module.
  • Page 35: Mechanical Reassembly Procedure

    Mechanical Reassembly Procedure 1. Assemble Bottom Cover Module / DC DC / Blower Procedure Assemble the Bottom Cover: (1) Screw 1 screw to assemble the Elevator Foot. (2) Screw 1 screw to assemble the Ballast-to-lamp connector Module Assemble DC DC / Blower: (1) Screw 1 screw to assemble the DC DC Module.
  • Page 36: Assemble Engine Module

    2. Assemble Engine Module Procedure (1) Screw 2 screws and then screw 4 screws to assemble the DMD Module. (2) Stick on Copper Foil. (1) Screw 1 screw to assemble the Zoom Ring Holder. (2) Screw 3 screws to assemble the Focus Ring. (3) Put on Fan Duct Screw 4 screws to assemble the Engine Module.
  • Page 37 3. Assemble Photosensor Board / Color Wheel / Thermal Switch / Light Cut Procedure Assemble Photosensor Board / Color Wheel: (1) Screw 1 screw to assemble the Photosensor Board. (2) Screw 2 screws to assemble the Color Wheel. Assemble Thermal Switch / Light Cut: (1) Screw 2 screws to assemble the Thermal Switch.
  • Page 38 4. Assemble Front Cover Module / Right Cover Module Procedure Fasten 2 tenons to assemble the IR Board in the Front Cover Module. Screw 2 screws to assemble the Lamp Blower / Air Duct in the Right Cover Module Screw 1 screw to assemble the Right Cover Module and Front Cover Module.
  • Page 39 5. Assemble Fan Module / Ballast Module Procedure Assemble Fan Module: (1) Assemble all the components of the Fan Module. (2) Insert the Interupt Switch Cable. (3) Screw 2 screws to assemble the Fan Module. Assemble Ballast Module: (1) Screw 1 screw in the grouding wire module.
  • Page 40 6. Assemble Elevator Push Button / Speaker / Left Cover Procedure (1) Fasten 2 tenons to assemble the elevator push button. (2) Screw 2 screws to assemble the Speaker Module. Screw 1 screw to assemble the left cover. Chapter 3 Photo...
  • Page 41 7. Assemble Main Board Procedure Plug in 1 DC DC connector in the Bottom and screw 3 screws, plug in 10 connectors and to assemble the Main Board. Screw 2 screws in the IO Cover to assemble the Rear Cover. Photo Chapter 3...
  • Page 42 8. Assemble Top Cover Procedure Assemble Keypad Board: (1) Assemble all the keypad components. (2) Screw 4 screws and plug in 1 FPC to assemble the Keypad Board. Plug in 1 FPC Cable; then, screw 1 screw in the left Cover and 3 screws in the Bottom Cover to assemble the Top Cover Module.
  • Page 43 9. Assemble Lamp Module Procedure Screw 2 screws to assemble the Lamp Module. Fasten 2 tenons to assemble the Lamp Cover. Photo Chapter 3...
  • Page 44: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Equipment Needed - PC or Pattern Generator - DVD Player (Video, S-Video, Audio) - Quantum Data 802B or CHROMA 2327 (Pattern Generator) LED Lighting Message Message Blue Standby State (Input power cord) Power on Power off (Cooling State I) Power off (Cooling State II) Power off...
  • Page 45: Main Procedure

    Main Procedure Symptom No Power Auto Shut Down No Image No Light On Mechanical Noise Line Bar / Line Defect Procedure - Ensure the Power Cord and AC Power Outlet are securely connected - Check Lamp Cover and Interrupt Switch - Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken - Check DC-DC - Check Ballast...
  • Page 46 Symptom Image Flicker Color Abnormal Poor Uniformity / Shadow Dead Pixel / Dust (Out of spec.) Garbage Image Remote Controll or Control Panel Failed Function Abnor- Forgetting Pass- word (adminstra- tor Password) Chapter 4 Procedure - Do “Reset” of the OSD Menu - Ensure the Signal Cable and Source work as well - Check Lamp Module - Check Color Wheel...
  • Page 47: Function Test And Alignment Procedure

    - Circumstance Brightness : Dark room less than 2.5 lux. - Inspection Distance : 1.5m~3m for functional inspection - Screen Size : 60 inches diagonal (wide) - After repairing each PD311 / PD323 Symptom Burn-in Time Normal Repair 2 Hours...
  • Page 48: Inspection Procedure

    flickering, please return the unit back to the repair area. (by Model) - Test Signal : 800x600 @60Hz (PD311) 1024x768@60Hz (PD323) - Test Pattern : 64 RGBW Scale Pat- tern & 32 Grays Pattern - Please check and ensure if each color is normal and distinguishable.
  • Page 49 Chip. - The total number and dis- tance of dead pixels should be compliant with the spec. - Test Signal : 800x600@75Hz (PD311) 1024x768@60Hz (PD323) - Test Pattern : 32 Grays, Gray 10, Gray 30 (From Top to Bottom) - Please check and see if the light leaks.
  • Page 50 - Test Signal : 480P, 720P, 1080i @60Hz - Test Pattern : Master - PC Calibration - Test Signal : PD323: 1024x768@60Hz PD311: 800x600@60Hz - Test Pattern : White (Top) Black (Bottom) Note: 1. Calibration Pattern should be in Full Screen Mode.
  • Page 51: Chapter 5 Exploded Overview

    Chapter 5 Exploded Overview EXPLODED OVERVIEW (D.C. PD311) Chapter 5...
  • Page 52 SCREW PAN MECH M3*5 Ni NYLOK SYSTEM RUBBER FOR BLOWER DUCK RUBBER SHORE A:55 DP715 FRONT AIRFLOW GUIDE NEW AL5052 0.3t DP715 SYSTEM RUBBER FOR TOP COVER RUBBER PD311 EMI GASKET W13*L13*H2 mm ,|9mm ASSY LAMP COVER MODULE PD311 SCREW PAN HEAD MECH M2.6*6 BLACK...
  • Page 53 ASSY BOTTOM COVER MODULE (PD311) Chapter 5...
  • Page 54 41.85M07G001 85.1A926G050 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 BOTTOM CASE MG ALLOY DP715 ASSY BLOWER4520 MODULE PD311 ASSY DC-DC MODULE PD311 ASSY BALLAST MODULE DP715 ASSY ELEVATOR MODULE DP715 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*5 Ni NYLON BOTTOM MESH SPCC 0.5t DP715...
  • Page 55 IR LENS TOP IR PC PD311 SCREW DUBLE FLAT MECH M2.6*3 Ni NYLOK PCBA KEYPAD BD FOR PD311 FFC 20P P=0.5mm MAIN BOARD TO KEYPAD BOARD PD311 EMI GASKET W10*H10*L40mm SPONG FOR TOP COVER 1 PD311 SPONG FOR TOP COVER 2 PD311...
  • Page 56 ASSY ENGINE MODULE (PD311) Chapter 5...
  • Page 57 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*6 Ni NYLOK EMI TAPE 30*50mm ROD SPRING SUS301 0.2t DP715 ASSY ROD MODULE PD311 ASSY HEATSINK MODULE PD311 ASSY ENGINE BASE MODULE PD311 ASSY ENGINE BOTTOM COVER MODULE PD311 GLUE GREEN FOR THREAD LOCKER BB2100 Description Chapter 5...
  • Page 58 ASSY ENGINE MODULE (PD323) Chapter 5...
  • Page 59 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*6 Ni NYLOK EMI TAPE 30*50mm ROD SPRING SUS301 0.2t DP715 ASSY ROD MODULE PD311 ASSY HEATSINK MODULE PD311 ASSY ENGINE BASE MODULE PD311 ASSY ENGINE BOTTOM COVER MODULE PD311 GLUE GREEN FOR THREAD LOCKER BB2100 Description Chapter 5...
  • Page 60 ASSY REAR COVER MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y08G002 41.85M04G001 41.85M11G001 41.80J09G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 REAR COVER PC PD311 EMI GASKET W7.5*L200mm EMI GASKET W5*L205*H0.35 mm GASKET FOR USB 12*5*2t VULCAN...
  • Page 61 ASSY LEFT SIDE COVER MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y09G002 51.82Y23G002 61.82Y26G002 85.1A522G050 49.83C01G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. LEFT SIDE COVER PC PD311 ELEVATOR BUTTON PC PD311 LEFT INLET MESH SPCC PD311...
  • Page 62 ASSY RIGHT SIDE COVER MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y10G002 51.82Y18G001 85.1A526G050 51.85M08G001 49.85M01G001 52.85M06G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 RIGHT SIDE COVER NORYL PD311 RIGHT VENT NORYL V0150B DP715 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*5 Ni NYLON...
  • Page 63 FRONT COVER NORYL PD311 ACER LOGO LABEL PD322 MODEL NAME LABEL PC PD311 PCBA IR SENSOR BD FOR PD311 SPONGE FOR FRONT COVER F12 39.8*2.8*3.2mm DP715 IR LENS FRONT IR PC PD311 SYSTEM RUBBER FOR FRONT COVER RUBBER SHORE A:55 DP715...
  • Page 64 ASSY SYSTEM FAN MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 52.82Y11G001 61.82Y20G001 49.85M02G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 RUBBER FOR SYSTEM FAN5515 RUBBER SHORE A:55 DP715 FAN5515 HOLDER AL5052 0.6t DP715 SYSTEM FAN / 55*55*15 mm...
  • Page 65 ASSY DC DC TIGERPOWER PD323(DC-24N201) PLASTIC RIVET p3.0 SR-3L "~T" DC DC HOLDER LT20 PC+ABS C6200 W.A. (FOR SHORTED) #26 MYLAR FOR DC-DC PD311 W.A. 4P MAIN BOARD TO DC-DC BOARD PD311 W.A. 4P BALLAST TO DC-DC BOARD PD311 Description Chapter 5...
  • Page 66 ASSY BLOWER4520 MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 52.82Y04G001 49.82Y02G001 61.85M02G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 RUBBER FOR BLOWER FAN, RUBBER SHORE A:55 DP715 SUSON 4520 BLOWER R TYP BLOWER FAN PLATE AL PD311 Description...
  • Page 67 ASSY COLOR WHEEL (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 61.83628G001 61.82Y08G001 80.82Y05G001 52.83615G001 23.82Y19G001 85.1A526G050 42.82K08G001 51.82Y29G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. COLOR WHEEL SHOULDER SCREW,EzPro755 CW HOLDER SECC 1.2t DP715 PCBA PHOTO SENSOR BD DP715...
  • Page 68 LAMP FIX SPRING SUS301 0.2T DP715 LAMP LIGHTCUT MG ALLOY 0.5T DP715 LAMP HOLDER MG ALLOY DP715 LAMP HOUSING SHOULDER SCREW M2.6*8-3L Ni 82Y LAMP CHANGER HANDLE SUS304 1.6d DP725 SPONG 1 FOR LAMP F12 PD311 SPONG 3 FOR LAMP F12 PD311 Description...
  • Page 69 ASSY HEATSINK MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 61.82A09G001 61.82A11G001 61.82Y10G001 85.1A526G030 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. DMD BACKER PLATE LT20 AL ALLOY HEATSINK SPRING PLATE LT20 SUS301 t0.4mm DMD HEATSINK AL1070 DP715 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*3 Ni NYLON...
  • Page 70 OFF LIGHT ISOLATOR RUBBER SHORE A:55 DP715 OFF LIGHT PLATE AL 0.8t DP715 SCREW PAN MECH M2.6*5 Ni NYLON WASHER FLAT 7*3.1*0.8t PC PINGOOD WS-1M UV/IR FILTER OF DP739 SERIES UVIR HOLDER 739 SUS301 0.3t SPONG 2 FOR LAMP F12 PD311 Description...
  • Page 71 ASSY ENGINE BOTTOM COVER MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 61.82Y02G001 52.85808G001 52.82Y01G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. ENGINE BOTTOM COVER MG ALLOY DP715 PORON-LENS BLACK XB31 RUBBER RELAY BTM SILICON RUBBER DP715 Description...
  • Page 72 ASSY LENS COVER MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 52.85M01G001 61.85M03G001 51.83150G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 LENS CAP RUBBER PD311 LENS COVER PLATE AL PD311 CAP STRAP TDP-T90 Description...
  • Page 73 ASSY LAMP COVER MODULE (PD311) Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y12G002 61.85M05G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. LAMP COVER NORYL PD311 LAMP COVER FOIL AL PD311 Description Chapter 5...
  • Page 74 ASSY INTERLOCK SWITCH MODULE Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y24G001 75.82A04G002 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 INTERLOCK SWITCH HOLDER NORYL V0150B DP715 ASSY INTERRUPT SWITCH MODULE LT20 Description...
  • Page 75 ASSY BLOWER DUCT MODULE Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 61.82Y27G001 52.82Y12G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. BLOWER DUCT Mg Alloy DP715 SPONGE FOR BLOWER DUCT F12 DP715 Description Chapter 5...
  • Page 76 ASSY BALLAST MODULE Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y19G001 51.83142G002 42.82Y05G001 61.80J42G001 75.80J01G002 61.82K24G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. Chapter 5 MYLAR FOR BALLAST PP 0.45t DP715 FUSE COVER (FH-1L-UL) W.A. 5P #28 110mm BALLAST TO MB DP715 SPRING FOR BALLAST EMI VULCAN-1 ASSY OSRAM BALLAST 200W(t:43441A0072) EMI SMD SPRING BSG-20*45*070...
  • Page 77 ASSY ELEVATOR MODULE Exploded Parts List Item Part Number 51.82Y21G001 51.82Y22G001 61.82Y23G001 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated Part Number. ELEVATOR HOUSING PC MN-3600H DP715 ELEVATOR STEP PC MN-3600H DP715 ELEVATOR FOOT SPRING SUS304 D=p3.8 d=p0.4 L=40 DP715 Description Chapter 5...
  • Page 78: Appendix Serial Number Definition System

    Serial Number Definition System Serial Number System Definition Serial No. (Acer Barcode rule), 22 digits (Barcode Type: Code 128) PPPPPPPPPPWWWSSSSSMMEE The coding rule of the Bar Code: (1) PPPPPPPPPP (10 digitals) : Part Number excluded “dot” Ex: EY.J1401.001. (2) WWW (3 digitals) : Week Code The first digit is the last letter of the year;...
  • Page 79: Pcba Code Definition

    PCBA Code Definition PCBA Code for Projector XXXXXXXXXX C Vendor Code Revision Date Code C: M/B B: DMD/ B EEEE Appendix...
  • Page 80: Iii.the Different Parts Pd311 / Pd323

    III. The Different Parts PD311 / PD323 PD311 Part Number Description 36.85M01G001 USER”S GUIDE (CD) ACER PD311 48.859DMGD13 DMD 800*600 PIXEL DDR FTP 0.55 70.85M27GR01 ASSY FRONT COVER MODULE PD311 (RMA) 80.85M01G001 PCBA MAIN BD FOR PD311 Appendix PD323 Part Number Description 36.85M50G001...

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