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   Packard Bell
EasyNote W3 Series
    (Dragon A)
Disassembly Manual
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Table of Contents
Overview                         1
Disassembly Instructions         1
Reassembly Instructions          1
Required Tools                   1
Hazardous Voltage                2
Avoid Electrostatic Discharge    2
Power Supply Unit                2
Battery and AC Adapter           4
Removing the Hard Disk Drive     4
Bottom Panel                     5
CPU and Fan                      6
Top Cover                        6
Removing the LCD Panel           8
Disassembling the LCD Panel      8
Optical Disk Drive              10
Bottom Base Assembly            11
Top Cover                       12
Main Board Assembly             12
Notice                          15
                                                                                         1


Overview
This document contains step-by-step disassembly instructions for the EasyNote W3
(Dragon A) chassis. The instructions are illustrated where necessary with images of the
part that is being removed or disassembled.

Packard Bell reserves the right to make changes to the chassis without notice.


Disassembly Instructions
When disassembling the system unit, follow these general rules:

     n   Turn off the power.
     n   Disconnect the AC adapter.
     n   Remove the battery.
     n   Do not disassemble the system into parts that are smaller than those specified
         in the instructions.
     n   Label all removed connectors; note where the connector goes and in what
         position it was installed.


Reassembly Instructions
Reassembly is the reverse of the disassembly process. Use care to ensure that all
cables and screws are returned to their proper positions. Check that no tools or any
loose parts have been left inside the chassis. Check that everything is properly installed
and tightened.


Required Tools
All disassembly procedures can be performed using the following tools:

     n   Philips (#2 bit) screwdriver
     n   Hex bolt screwdriver
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Hazardous Voltage                                 Power Supply Unit
There is hazardous voltage present inside the     Under no circumstances should you
computer when it is connected to an AC            attempt to disassemble the power
supply, even when the computer' power
                                    s             supply. The power supply contains
switch is off. Exposure to hazardous voltage      no user-serviceable parts. Inside the
could cause personal injury. To avoid risk of     power supply are hazardous
injury, contact an Authorized Service Provider    voltages that can cause serious
for proper (un)installation of optional           personal injury. Always return a
hardware devices.                                 defective power supply to your
                                                  dealer.
                                                  WARNING
Avoid Electrostatic Discharge                     Ensure that the computer is
Electrostatic electricity can easily damage       disconnected from its power source
circuit cards and integrated circuits (ICs). To   and from all telecommunications
reduce risk of damage, store them in              links, networks, or modem lines
protective packaging whenever they are not        whenever the chassis cover is
installed in your system.                         removed. Do not operate the
                                                  computer with the cover removed.
Add-in cards can be extremely sensitive to
ESD and always require careful handling.          AVERTISSEMENT
After removing the card from the computer,        Assurez-vous que le syst



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