7210 Model 025 External DVD–RAM Drive 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive Service Guide SY44-0080-00...
7210 Model 025 External DVD–RAM Drive 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive Service Guide SY44-0080-00...
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About This Guide This guide describes how to service the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive. It contains the following chapters: Chapter 1. Reference Information, describes the operator controls, indicator lights, connector locations, and hardware specifications of the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. It also provides cleaning information about the DVD-RAM drive and discs.
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Chapter 1. Reference Information The 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive is an external storage device that connects to an IBM host system and stores additional data using a small computer system interface-2 (SCSI-2). The 7210 DVD-RAM Drive operates at speeds dependant on the type of media used.
Indicator Lights The 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive has the following indicator lights. Power-On Light When the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive is turned on, the power-on light ( 1 in Figure 1 on page 1) comes on and is green. Status Light...
Rear View The following shows the elements on the rear of the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive. SCSI address switch Cooling fan Audio jacks Power cable connector SCSI bus cable connectors 7210 DVD-RAM Drive Service Guide...
Internal View The following shows the inside of the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive. SCSI address switch Power supply Internal SCSI bus cables Drive Cooling fan Audio jack plug Chapter 1. Reference Information...
The DVD-RAM drive is designed to limit air flow in the area where the optical components are located. However, the DVD media and drive heads occasionally need to be cleaned. Use the IBM DVD cleaning kit shipped with the device, which includes a cloth and cleaning disc, to clean the media and drive heads.
Specifications Table 1. Specifications for the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive Physical Specifications Width 250 mm (9.8 in.) Depth 275 mm (10.8 in.) Height 55 mm (2.2 in.) Weight 3.6 kg (8.0 lb) Power Specifications 0.023 @ 120 V ac...
CD-ROM disc If a problem is detected, the procedure isolates the problem to the failing field replaceable unit (FRU), such as the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive cover, drive, power supply, or cooling fan. For instructions about removing or replacing a FRU, refer to “Chapter 3. Removal and Replacement Procedures”...
Good Check voltages? Exchange drive Step 5 Fan OK? Exchange power Exchange supply Step 6 Drive Exchange drive RBBTP502-1 Figure 2. Flowchart of the Maintenance Analysis Procedures (MAPs) for RS/6000 and pSeries Host Systems 7210 DVD-RAM Drive Service Guide...
Check terminator installation Remove cover Step 3 Power cable Exchange Step 16 power cable Step 8 Is the 7210-025 Was the SCSI configured to address switch the system plugged into Shut the system down drive? and power off Step 17...
(RSFTD201) This step verifies whether the power and the fan operate properly. 1. Make sure that the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive power cable is plugged into an electrical outlet. 2. Make sure that the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive power is on by checking that: v The power-on light is on.
Cover” on page 21. 4. Press the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive power switch to turn off the power. 5. Plug the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive into the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive and into a grounded electrical outlet. 6. Press the power switch to turn off the power.
This step checks whether the SCSI address switch is plugged into the drive. 1. Do a controlled system shutdown (refer to the instructions in Chapter 2, “Setting Up the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive,” in the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive Setup and Operator Guide).
3. Disconnect the power supply connector (J2) between the power supply and the cooling fan. 4. Connect the power cable to both the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive and to the electrical outlet. 5. Press the power switch to turn on the power.
Ensure that the SCSI bus cable is properly connected to both the host system and to the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. Is the SCSI bus cable properly connected to the host system and to the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive? Plug the SCSI bus cable into both the host system and the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive, then go to Step 13.
4. Load the test disc into the DVD-RAM drive. Note: For the preceding step, use only the test disc; do not substitute another DVD disc. 5. Run the diagnostics on the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. For instructions, refer to your AIX manuals. Do all of the diagnostic routines pass? Exchange the FRU isolated by the diagnostics and identified by the service request number.
6. In the Description column of the Logical Hardware Resources on System Bus screen, locate the input/output processor (IOP) device (the SCSI controller) to which the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive is attached. Type 6 (I/O Debug), then press Enter (refer to ″Performing the Checkout Procedure″ in the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive Setup and Operator Guide).
Continue with Step 19. Cleaning the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive corrected the problem. Step 19 This step verifies that the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive can read from a DVD properly. 1. At the command line on any AS/400 or iSeries menu, type vfyopt then press Enter.
1. If a DVD-RAM disc is in the DVD-RAM drive, eject it. 2. Do a controlled system shutdown (refer to the instructions in Chapter 2, “Setting Up the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive,” in the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive Setup and Operator Guide).
5. Disconnect the audio jack plug 5 from the DVD-RAM drive. 6. Tilt the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive on its side (see Figure 7 on page 23). Support the DVD-RAM drive while removing the four screws 1 that secure the drive to the chassis.
1. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the Cover” on page 21. 2. Tilt the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive ( 1 in Figure 8 on page 24) on its side. Support the power supply while removing the power supply mounting screw 2 from the bottom.
Arrange the cables so that they do not interfere with the cooling fan blades or the replacement of the cover. Ensure that they do not obstruct airflow through the fan. Note: The power supply connector J3 is not used in the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. 7210 DVD-RAM Drive Service Guide...
3. Remove the two screws, lockwashers, and nuts 1 that secure the cooling fan to the rear of the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. 4. Lift the cooling fan out of the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. To replace the cooling fan, reverse this procedure. Make sure that the cooling fan is oriented so that air blows out of the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive.
To manually remove the DVD disc: 1. Turn off the power to the 7210 DVD-RAM Drive. 2. Insert a solid metal rod (such as a paper clip or bristol wrench) into the manual unload hole until resistance is met, then push to unlatch the DVD disc tray.
Chapter 4. Parts Diagram and Parts List This chapter provides the parts diagram and parts list required to service the 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive. How To Use This Parts List (As Required) in the Units column indicates that the quantity is not the same for all machines.
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