HP Vizualize,Visualize b2000 Supplementary Manual

Hp vizualize,visualize b2000: supplementary guide.
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B2000 UNIX
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ISUALIZE
Parts Removal/Replacement Guide
Manufacturing Part Number: HP Part No. A5983-90060
Edition E0100

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    ® HP V B2000 UNIX Workstations ISUALIZE Parts Removal/Replacement Guide Manufacturing Part Number: HP Part No. A5983-90060 Edition E0100...

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    The warranty statement shipped with your product supersedes any and all previous workstation Warranty Statements for the Hewlett-Packard Workstations specified herein. Note: This Parts-Only Base Warranty is offered only in the US; for country-specific warranties, please contact your HP country sales representative. HP V B2000 Workstations ISUALIZE...

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    If the Specifications require that specific HP Products must perform as a system in accordance with the foregoing warranty, then that warranty will apply to those HP Products as a system, and Customer retains sole responsibility to ensure the Year 2000 readiness of its information technology and business environment.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Getting Started Safety Warnings..........9 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Hard Disk Drive ..........45 Installing a Hard Disk Drive .

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    Contents Returning the Defective Exchange Assembly .....85...

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    Contents...

  • Page 9: Safety Warnings, Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions

    flat, stable surface, such as a table top or workbench. NOTE Installing the recommended HP replacement part in your B2000 workstation does not affect the regulatory and safety classifications or approvals listed in the original owner’s guide.

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    Getting Started Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions Figure 1-1. ESD Precautions Static Strap Strap attached to Bare Metal • Wear a static strap to ensure that any accumulated electrostatic charge is discharged from your body to ground. Attach the static-grounding wrist strap by following the instructions on the package.

  • Page 11: Replacement Part Kit Contents, Required Tools

    Getting Started Replacement Part Kit Contents Replacement Part Kit Contents Take a moment to verify that your kit contains the following contents: • Part assemblies matching your order information. • Part Number: A3024-80004, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) materials. • Removal/Replacement Instructions. •...

  • Page 12: Safely Powering Down The B2000 Workstation

    Getting Started Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation You must complete the following steps before performing any of the removal and replacement procedures: NOTE Remove any accessory bag(s) and their black tab screws, if present, from the rear of the workstation.

  • Page 13: Product Exploded Diagram

    Product Exploded Diagram Refer to the figure below for a basic parts overview of the B2000 workstation. Figure 1-3. Exploded View PCI Fan Assembly Speaker System Memory Left Side Panel Power Supply Chapter 1 Air Divider Retainer Hard Disk Drive & Bracket System Board Voltage Regulator Modules (VRMs)

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    Getting Started Product Exploded Diagram Chapter 1...

  • Page 15: Front Bezel And Left Side Panel, Opening The Front Bezel

    Parts Replacement Procedures This section describes how to remove and replace components and assemblies in the B2000 workstation. Front Bezel and Left Side Panel Figure 2-1. Front Bezel Power Switch Opening the Front Bezel Perform the following steps to open the workstation. 1.

  • Page 16: Closing The Front Bezel, Left Side Panel

    Parts Replacement Procedures Front Bezel and Left Side Panel Closing the Front Bezel Perform the following steps to close the workstation. 1. Locate the hinges on the left side of the front bezel, and insert them into the holes located along the left edge of the workstation. 2.

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    4. Grasp the back edge of the left side panel and rotate it outward approximately 30 degrees to the workstation. Next, pull the panel toward you as shown in top and bottom left side hook hinges from their hinge slots. See Figure 2-2 Opening the Left Side Panel T-15 Torx...

  • Page 18: Memory Dimms, Installing Memory

    Parts Replacement Procedures Memory DIMMs Memory DIMMs This section describes how to remove and replace the Memory DIMMs for the B2000 workstations. Installing Memory Perform the following steps to add memory (DIMM cards) to your workstation. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before installing additional memory.

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    NOTE Reference the B2000 system label for the correct memory loading sequence. 2. Position the memory slots so they face you as shown in provides the loading sequence for the DIMM cards. This loading sequence must be maintained when you install the DIMM cards, but the size of the DIMM card put in each slot can vary. For example, you can install a 256Mbyte card before a 512Mbyte card and then follow the installation of the 512Mbyte card with another 256Mbyte card.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Memory DIMMs NOTE When installing memory, you need to orient the notches on the bottom edge of the DIMM card so that they are aligned with the keys on the DIMM connector. Figure 2-6 DIMM cards backwards. For referencing the DIMM loading sequence see the label on the chassis floor.

  • Page 21: Removing Memory Dimms

    Figure 2-6 Installing Memory Cards Step 1 Notches Step 2 Black Ejector Tab 5. Place the DIMM card in the connector, lining it up with the guides. Make sure you align the notches on the bottom edge of the DIMM card with the DIMM connector keys. See Figure 2-6.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Memory DIMMs CAUTION To prevent damage to the B2000 workstation, observe all of the ESD precautions as described in the “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions” on page 9. 1. Open the side panel of the workstation as explained in the section “Opening the Left Side Panel”...

  • Page 23: Displaying The Current Memory Configuration

    2. Press downward on the ejector tabs located on each side of the DIMM connector. See This raises the DIMM card for easy extraction. Figure 2-9 Removing Memory Cards Notches 3. Lift up evenly on the outside edges of the DIMM card to remove it. See Figure 2-9. 4.

  • Page 24: Memory Information Sample

    Parts Replacement Procedures Memory DIMMs Memory Information Sample The following example shows the memory information when memory modules are properly installed and configured: MEMORY INFORMATION MEMORY STATUS TABLE Slot Size Status ---- ------ ------------- 256MB Active 256MB Active 128MB Active TOTAL MEMORY = 640MB MEMORY FAULT TABLE Slot...

  • Page 25: Pci I/o Card(s)

    PCI I/O Card(s) This section describes how to remove and install I/O cards. Your B2000 workstation’s system board has four Peripheral Connect Interface (PCI) slots for option boards. Slots 1 and 2 are full-size PCI slots. Slots 3 and 4 are half-size PCI slots. Figure 2-10.

  • Page 26: Removing I/o Cards

    Parts Replacement Procedures PCI I/O Card(s) If you are installing an additional graphics card, you must insert the fx card CAUTION in Slot 1 for optimal performance. After you connect the monitor to the additional graphics card, you will need to change the graphics path for that monitor.

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    The steps required for removing an I/O card from the workstation are: 1. Power off the workstation, and unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet. Note that when you press the workstation’s power switch, the workstation automatically performs a shutdown -h. 2.

  • Page 28: Installing I/o Cards

    Parts Replacement Procedures PCI I/O Card(s) Installing I/O Cards To install an I/O card into your workstation, follow these steps. CAUTION To prevent damage to I/O cards, observe all of the ESD precautions as described in the “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions” on page 9. NOTE The built-in V ISUALIZE...

  • Page 29: Cd Drive, Removing A Cd Drive

    CD Drive This section explains how to remove and replace the CD drive. Removing a CD Drive This section explains how to remove a CD drive from your workstation. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before removing the CD drive.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures CD Drive Figure 2-16 Removing the CD Drive Bay’s EMI Shield Rear Cover Audio Cable Ferrite Bead ATAPI Cable 3. Rotate the workstation around until you see the front of the unit as shown in Figure 2-17 Front of the Workstation with the Front Bezel Removed Power Switch Bracket Screw...

  • Page 31: Installing A Cd Drive

    4. Remove both CD drive bracket screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) and pull the CD drive out of the chassis assembly as shown in Figure 2-18 Removing the CD Drive CD Drive Mounting Screws (T-15 Torx Screws) Remove the four CD drive mounting screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) as shown in and remove the CD drive from the bracket.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures CD Drive your workstation, you must verify that the master/slave/CSEL jumper is set in the CSEL position. Since different manufacturers of CD drives have different locations for the CSEL jumper, look at the documentation that is supplied with your CD drive for the proper location of this jumper.

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    Figure 2-20 Front of Workstation with the Front Bezel Removed LCD Display CD drive Blank Floppy Disk Blank 4. Remove both CD drive bracket screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) and pull the CD drive bracket out of the chassis assembly as shown in Figure 2-21. Next remove the four CD drive blank filler screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) as shown in Figure 2-21 and remove the blank filler from the bracket.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures CD Drive 5. Remove the CD drive from its shipping container and verify that the jumper on the back of the CD drive is set to the C Select position. Using the four blank filler screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) that were just removed, mount the disk drive to the bracket as shown in Note that the CD drive should extend approximately one inch out from the front of the CD drive bracket.

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    7. Plug the audio, ATAPI and power cables into their appropriate connectors. Note that the connectors are keyed for proper insertion. To help with plugging in the audio connector, you can pull its cable through the back of the CD drive chassis to the front of the CD drive chassis and connect it.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures CD Drive 9. Make sure that the audio, ATAPI and power cables are positioned so that they come out of the bottom edge of the CD drive bay’s EMI shield. This edge is rounded to prevent cutting of the Figure 2-25 cables.

  • Page 37: Floppy Drive, Installing A Floppy Disk Drive

    Floppy Drive Installing a Floppy Disk Drive Install the floppy disk drive by following the procedure covered in this section. Note that there are no jumper settings required for the installation of the floppy disk drive. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before installing the floppy disk drive.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Floppy Drive 3. Rotate the workstation around until you see the front of the workstation as shown in 2-27 Figure 2-27 Front of Workstation with the Front Bezel Removed 4. Remove both floppy disk bracket screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) and pull the floppy disk bracket out of the chassis assembly as shown in blank filler screws (T-15 Torx/slotted screws) as shown in from the bracket.

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    Floppy disk drives are susceptible to mechanical and electronic shock. When CAUTION handling the drive, always wear the static-grounding wrist strap that came in the floppy disk drive kit. Always handle the drive carefully. 5. Remove the floppy disk drive from its shipping container. Using the four T-15 Torx/slotted blank filler screws, mount the disk drive to the bracket as shown in To help you properly install the floppy disk drive, you need to use the floppy disk drive holes labeled “A”...

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Floppy Drive NOTE The red striped side of the floppy data cable is positioned toward the power cable. Figure 2-30. Plugging in the Floppy Data and Power Cables Power Cable 8. Tighten the two T-15 Torx screws as shown in Figure 2-31. Figure 2-31 Tightening the Bracket Screws Data Cable...

  • Page 41: Removing The Floppy Drive

    9. Verify that the floppy data and power cables are positioned so they come out of the top edge of the floppy disk drive bay’s EMI shield. This edge is rounded to prevent cutting of the cables. See Figure 2-32 .

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Floppy Drive Figure 2-33. Floppy Drive Removal: External T-15 Torx Screw Facing the opened side of the workstation, remove the T-15 Torx screw that secures the back cover of the floppy drive bay, and then remove the back cover. Reach into the back of the floppy drive bay and disconnect the two cables: the floppy drive power cable and the ribbon cable.

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    Grasping the front of the floppy drive tray, gently pull it out of the front of the workstation. Figure 2-35. Floppy Drive Removal: Physical Chapter 2 Parts Replacement Procedures Floppy Drive...

  • Page 44: Verifying The Floppy Drive Configuration

    Device driver floppy is not in the kernel If you receive this message, go to the section, “Configuring the Floppy Driver” in the B2000 Owner’s Guide for information on adding the sioflop driver to the HP-UX kernel configuration. Driver...

  • Page 45: Hard Disk Drive, Installing A Hard Disk Drive

    Hard Disk Drive This section explains how to remove and replace the hard disk drive. Installing a Hard Disk Drive This procedure explains how to install your hard disk drive in the slot that has been preassigned to SCSI ID 5. On internal hard disk drives, the slot determines the addressing.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Hard Disk Drive Figure 2-36 The Hard Drive Slots Slots Power Supply 2. Loosen the captive T-15 Torx thumbscrew securing the disk drive bracket to the system board. As you grasp the tray and slide to the front of the workstation, the tray will unseat from the chassis rail.

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    3. Mount the hard disk drive on the hard drive bracket using the four T-15 Torx screws that are stored on the mounting bracket. See Figure 2-38. for location of the shoulder screws and Figure 2-39. for positioning the bracket to the hard disk drive. Figure 2-38.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Hard Disk Drive 4. Insert the T-15 Torx Hard Disk Mounting Screws through the rubber mounting grommets and into the screw holes located on the hard disk drive. See Figure 2-40 Attaching the Hard Disk Drive Hard Disk Drive Bracket Hard Disk Drive...

  • Page 49: Removing A Hard Disk Drive

    6. Replace the side panel as described in “Closing the Left Side Panel” on page 15. 7. Attach the USB keyboard, USB mouse, LAN, peripherals and power cord to the workstation. 8. Verify your installation procedure. See “Verifying System Operations” on page 85. Removing a Hard Disk Drive This procedure explains how to remove your hard disk drive.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Hard Disk Drive Figure 2-43. Removing the Hard Disk Drive 3. Remove the four T-15 Torx shoulder screws from the hard disk drive and bracket. See 2-44 . To avoid damaging the disk drive, you must carefully handle the disk drive when removing it from the workstation.

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    4. Replace the four mounting screws on the hard disk drive bracket to store them for future use. Slide the mounting bracket into its hard drive slot, and push firmly inward to secure the hard drive bracket to the system board connector. Tighten the T-15 Torx thumbscrew to secure the bracket to the system board.

  • Page 52: Configuring A Hard Disk Drive As A File System

    Parts Replacement Procedures Hard Disk Drive Configuring a Hard Disk Drive as a File System This section describes how to add a hard disk drive to your workstation as a file system using SAM and how to remove the hard disk drive from your workstation. For more information about configuring a hard disk drive, refer to the manual Managing Systems and Workgroups.

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    4. Double click on the Sam icon in the Application Manager -- System_Admin window. If you are root, the System Application Manager (SAM) will appear on your screen. 5. Double click on the Disks and File Systems icon. 6. Double click on the Disk Devices icon. The following screen message is displayed: Scanning the system’s hardware...

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Hard Disk Drive 8. Enter the mount directory name (for example, /disk1) in the Mount Directory field of the Add Disk without LVM window. 9. Click on the OK button in the Add Disk without LVM window. You will need to wait for a short time before the new file system is created and the hard disk drive is mounted.

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    4. Double click on the Sam icon in the Application Manager -- System_Admin window. If you are root, the System Application Manager (SAM) will appear on your screen. 5. Double click on the Disks and File Systems icon. 6. Double click on the Disk Devices icon. The following screen message is displayed: Scanning the system’s hardware...

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Hard Disk Drive 7. Click on Remove in the Actions menu. In the window that next appears, click on the Yes button. This will unmount the file system located on the hard disk drive you are removing from the workstation.

  • Page 57: Power Supply, Removing The Power Supply

    Power Supply This section explains how to remove and replace the power supply. WARNING Always unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet or power source before opening the workstation. Reference “Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation” on page 12. CAUTION To prevent damage to the B2000 workstation, observe all of the ESD precautions as described in the “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions”...

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Power Supply 2. Remove the four T-15 Torx screws from the rear of the chassis. See Figure 2-47. Figure 2-47. Power Supply T-15 Torx Screws 3. Unplug the three power supply cables from the system board. See Figure 2-48. Figure 2-48.

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    5. Remove the T-15 Torx screw, EMI shield from the rear of the CD drive and disconnect the power cable. If the optional floppy drive is installed, you will need to repeat this step. See Figure 2-49. Grasp the EMI shield and swing out away from the rear of the CD drive or Floppy disk drive.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Power Supply 6. Grasp the power supply and slide to the front of the workstation. You will need to disengage the hook (see Figure 2-50.) on the power supply from the support strap (see Figure 2-51.) in the chassis floor. Figure 2-50.

  • Page 61: Installing The Power Supply

    Installing the Power Supply To install the power supply perform the following steps. 1. Grasp the power supply and position the external power cord connector facing the corresponding hole in the chassis. 2. Align the power supply hook with the support strap and slide the power supply to the rear chassis wall.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Power Supply 5. Clip the remaining power cable bundle into the cable management clip in the floor of the chassis. 6. Replace the four T-15 Torx screws for the power supply on the rear of the workstation. 7.

  • Page 63: Voltage Regulator Modules (vrms), Removing Vrms

    Voltage Regulator Modules (VRMs) This section explains how to remove and replace the voltage regulator modules (VRMs). WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before removing or installing voltage regulator modules. Reference “Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation” on page 12. CAUTION To prevent damage to the VRMs, observe all of the ESD precautions as described in the “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions”...

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Voltage Regulator Modules (VRMs) 2. Remove the four power supply T-15 Torx screws and slide the supply to unlatch from the support bracket. Without disconnecting the power cables, move the supply to the side. Figure 2-54. Power Supply T-15 Torx Screws 3.

  • Page 65: Installing Vrms

    Installing VRMs To install VRMs follow these steps. 1. Perform all of the steps in “Removing VRMs”. You are ready to install new VRMs if your system looks like Figure 2-55. on page 64. 2. Carefully unpack the replacement VRMs and identify the Master and Slave. The notch in the VRM will align with the key in the connector.

  • Page 66: System Board, Removing The System Board

    Parts Replacement Procedures System Board System Board This section describes how to remove and replace the system board. Removing the System Board WARNING Always unplug the workstation’s power cord from the electrical outlet or power source before opening the workstation. CAUTION To prevent damage to the B2000 workstation, observe all of the ESD precautions described in “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions”...

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    Figure 2-56. B2000 Components PCI Retainer Clip Air Divider Memory Cards Power Supply & VRMs (hidden from view) 3. Unplug the following cables: • Speaker cable • LCD ribbon cable • PCI Fan cable • CD audio cable • CD drive data cable •...

  • Page 68: Installing The System Board

    Parts Replacement Procedures System Board 4. Fold back the cables to avoid interference or damage before removal of the system board. 5. Remove the two T-15 Torx screws from the rear of the chassis. See Figure 2-58. Figure 2-58. System Board T-15 Torx Screws T-15 Torx Screws Note: No other screws need to be removed.

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    2. Angle the system board assembly diagonally as you begin installation. Position the system board flat inside the chassis. 3. Slide the system board slightly to the front and then to the rear of the workstation to engage the chassis wall hooks. Apply pressure to completely seat the system board. Figure 2-59.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures System Board 5. Plug-in the following cables: • Speaker cable • LCD ribbon cable • PCI fan cable • CD audio cable • CD data cable • Floppy drive data cable • System fan cable Figure 2-61. System Board Cables System Board Cable Speaker Cable...

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    6. Install the following components: • Hard Disk Drive(s) and bracket(s) • Memory Card(s) • Air Divider • PCI cards (if installed) • PCI retainer clip • Voltage Regulator Modules (VRMs) • Power Supply See Figure 2-62. Figure 2-62. B2000 Components PCI Retainer Clip Air Divider...

  • Page 72: Fans (i/o And System Board Fan), Removing The I/o Fan

    Parts Replacement Procedures Fans (I/O and System Board Fan) Fans (I/O and System Board Fan) This section explains how to remove and replace the I/O fan and the System Board Fan. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before installing or removing fans.

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    and rotate it about 15 degrees to the left. See the arrow in Figure 2-65. The fan and speaker bracket should now be free of the clip retainer hole and the bracket stop. Now move the whole mounting bracket to the left or toward the back of the CD Drive chassis. The fan and speaker mounting bracket is now free of the system unit.

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Fans (I/O and System Board Fan) Figure 2-65. Removing the Fan/Speaker Assembly from the I/O Area Speaker Cable Clips Fan Power Cable Bracket CD Drive Chassis 5. To remove the speaker from the mounting bracket, push a finger through the access hole and spread the two retaining clips.

  • Page 75: Installing The I/o Fan, Removing The System Board Fan

    Installing the I/O Fan Perform the following steps to install the I/O fan: 1. Remove the replacement I/O fan assembly from the ESD protective packaging and inspect for the correct part match to your order. 2. Install the speaker in the replacement I/O fan assembly. See “Installing the Speaker” on page 81.

  • Page 76: Installing The System Board Fan

    Parts Replacement Procedures Fans (I/O and System Board Fan) Installing the System Board Fan Perform the following steps to install the system board fan: 1. While grasping the fan with one hand, align the air flow arrow to point to the rear of the chassis.

  • Page 77: Lcd Display With Power Switch And Display Cable, Removing The Lcd Display/power Switch Assembly

    LCD Display with Power Switch and Display Cable This section explains how to remove and replace the LCD display assembly and the Display Cable. Note that the power switch is part of the LCD display assembly. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before removing or installing the LCD Display/Power Switch.

  • Page 78: Installing The Lcd Display/power Switch Assembly

    Parts Replacement Procedures LCD Display with Power Switch and Display Cable Installing the LCD Display/Power Switch Assembly For installation perform the following steps: 1. Open the front bezel as shown in the section “Opening the Front Bezel” on page 15. 2.

  • Page 79: Speaker, Removing The Speaker

    Speaker This section describes how to remove and replace the workstation speaker. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before removing or installing the speaker. Reference “Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation” on page 12. CAUTION To prevent damage to the B2000 workstation, observe all of the ESD precautions described in “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions”...

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Speaker Figure 2-71. Removing the Speaker from the Bracket Speaker Mounting Clip Speaker Cable Speaker Bracket Mounting Clip Mounting Bracket Mounting Clip Fan Key Power Cable Channel Chapter 2...

  • Page 81: Installing The Speaker

    Installing the Speaker WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before removing or installing the speaker. Reference “Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation” on page 12. CAUTION To prevent damage to the B2000 workstation, observe all of the ESD precautions described in “Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions”...

  • Page 82: Real Time Clock Module (battery)

    Parts Replacement Procedures Real Time Clock Module (Battery) Real Time Clock Module (Battery) This section describes how to remove and replace the battery. WARNING Turn the workstation off and unplug the power cord before removing or installing the real time clock module. Reference “Safely Powering Down the B2000 Workstation”...

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    Figure 2-72. Real Time Clock Location on System Board Real Time Clock (Battery) Chapter 2 Parts Replacement Procedures Real Time Clock Module (Battery)

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    Parts Replacement Procedures Real Time Clock Module (Battery) Chapter 2...

  • Page 85: Verifying System Operations

    Wrapping Up This section contains information to help you confirm that your removal and replacement procedure was successful. In some cases you will need to use specific HP-UX commands and utilities to reconfigure the workstation to recognize the replacement part(s).

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    Wrapping Up Returning the Defective Exchange Assembly Chapter 3...

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    ESD precautions Fans floppy Floppy disk drive Installing Verifying configuration Front Bezel Hard disk drive Configuring Installing Removing HP Year 2000 Warranty I/O card Removing Slot number and capabilities ioscan LCD display Left Side Panel Index memory Memory card Installing Removing Memory configuration,...

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