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 Versa M340/E2000
Disassembly Manual
                                                              Table of contents
Overview.................................................................................................................................................................3
Technician Notes....................................................................................................................................................3
Disassembly Instructions........................................................................................................................................3
Reassembly Instructions ........................................................................................................................................3
Required Tools .......................................................................................................................................................3
Hazardous Voltage .................................................................................................................................................4
Avoid Electrostatic Discharge.................................................................................................................................4
Power Supply Unit ..................................................................................................................................................4
Removing the Battery.............................................................................................................................................5
Removing the Memory Module ..............................................................................................................................6
Removing the Hard Disk Drive ...............................................................................................................................7
Removing the Keyboard.........................................................................................................................................8
Removing the Optical Disk Drive............................................................................................................................9
Removing the WLAN Card Module ......................................................................................................................11
Removing the MDC Modem .................................................................................................................................12
Removing the CPU...............................................................................................................................................13
Removing the LCD Module ..................................................................................................................................15
Removing the LCD Panel.....................................................................................................................................17
Removing the Top Cover .....................................................................................................................................19
Removing the Touch Pad.....................................................................................................................................20
Removing the Main Board....................................................................................................................................21
Removing the Speaker Assembly ........................................................................................................................23
DIP Switch Settings ..............................................................................................................................................24
Screws..................................................................................................................................................................25
Notice ...................................................................................................................................................................26




                                      NEC Versa M340/E2000 Disassembly Manual                                                                                   Page 2
Overview
This document contains step-by-steps disassembly instructions for the Versa M340/E2000 chassis. The instructions
are illustrated where necessary with images of the part that is being removed or disassembled. Furthermore, the
screws that are removed are shown next to the image of the parts themselves.

NEC reserves the right to make changes to the Versa M340/E2000 chassis without notice.



Technician Notes
Only technicians authorized by NEC Computers International BV should attempt to repair this equipment. All
troubleshooting and repair procedures are detailed to allow only subassembly/module level repair. Because of the
complexity of the individual boards and subassemblies, no one should attempt to make repairs at the component
level or to make modifications to any printed wiring board. Improper repairs can create a safety hazard. Any
indication of component replacement or printed wiring board modifications may void any warranty or exchange
allowances.



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

          Do not disassemble the system into parts that are smaller than those specified in the instructions.
          Label all removed connectors. Note where the connector goes and in what position it was installed.
          Turn off the power and disconnect all power and all options.



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 are properly installed and tightened.



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

          PH 0x60 Philips screwdriver
          PH 0x40 Philips screwdriver
          4.0 x 60 Flat screwdriver
          2.0 x 30 Flat screwdriver
          SW5.0 Spacer screwdriver
          Small tweezers
          Pin




                             NEC Versa M340/E2000 Disassembly Manual                                       Page 3
                                                                WARNING
Hazardous Voltage                                               Ensure that the computer is disconnected from
There is hazardous voltage present inside the computer          its power source and from all
when it is connect to an AC supply, even when the               telecommunications links, networks, or modem
computer's power switch is off. Exposure to hazardous           lines whenever the chassis cover is removed.
voltage could cause personal injury. To avoid risk of injury,   Do not operate the computer with the cover
contact an Authorized Service Provider for proper               removed.
(UN)installation of optional hardware devices.
                                                                AVERTISSEMENT
                                                                Assurez-vous que le syst



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