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1. Put earphone capsule (1120) and microphone (1110) into upper case shell.
2. Insert keypad (1030) into upper case shell (1040).
3. Put dust protection frame (1210) on display window inside upper case shell.
4. If necessary: Insert battery connector into lower case shell (1050).
5. Insert composite of MMI-board (1020) and RF-and controle module (1010) into
upper case shell (1040).
BEFORE (only for level 2 repairs):
a) Put interconnector (1090) to the frame (1060).
b) Positioning of frame (1060) on the RF- and control module (1010).
c) Place MMI board (1020) on top of frame (1060).
d) Connect RF plug of MMI board (1020) to RF- and control module (1010).
e) Mount ringer gasket (1080) on the MMI board (1020).
6. Close device with upper case shell (1040). Make sure that the 6 hooks of the
upper case shell fit firmly into the respective slots of the lower case shell (1050).
7. Screw 3 long flat head screws (1145) (Torx 1,8x12 /Torqe 25 Ncm) into lower
case shell (1050). Close holes with plastic disks (1155) afterwards.
8. Screw 2 short flat head screws (1140) (Torx 1,8x8 /Torqe 25 Ncm) into lower
case shell.
9. Screw 2 oval head screws (1150) (Torx 1,8x12 /Torqe 25 Ncm) into lower case
10. Screw in Antenna (1130) (Torqe 25 Ncm).
11. Insert SIM-Card and battery.

4.4 Board Versions

In the S6 mechanical drawing you see a bolt (position 1220) which is holding the
RF&control module and the user interface together. This bolt was mounted only in
the first 100k S6 handsets produced.
Private Communication Systems
Mobile Phones
D. Schnoor


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