DELL LATITUDE CPI MANUAL PDF

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Computer Orientation Main Battery Assembly Removal. In addition to information provided in this manual, Dell provides the System Users Guide for troubleshooting procedures and instructions on using the Dell Diagnostics to test the computer system. Page 9 8. Remove the main battery assembly from the battery bay.

Slide the battery bay latch away from the center of the computer. Then slide the battery out of the battery bay see Figure 2. Page 10 A graphic for that length screw is also included in the illustration.

Examples are shown in Figure 3. Match the actual screw to the graphic in the illustration to check for correct length. Page 11 2. Orient the end of the interface cable with the ZIF connector, and insert the end of the cable into the connector. While holding the cable in place, close the ZIF connector.

To ensure a firm connection, make sure the ZIF connector is completely closed. Page 20 1. Turn the computer over, and remove the two 5-mm screws from the hard-disk drive door. The drive is on the left side of the computer.

Grasp the drive door and pull the drive out of the computer. Page 21 2. Release the memory module cover. Insert a fingertip in the indentation in the bottom case assembly and lift the cover slightly; then slide the cover in the direction indicated by the arrow on the cover.

Page 22 You can install memory modules only one way. Do not attempt to force the memory module into the socket. Align the notch near the center of the memory module with the corresponding key in the memory module socket. Page 23 The keyboard should raise up slightly. Insert a fingernail or a small flat-bladed screwdriver under the scalloped edge of the blank key see Figure 10 , and lift the right edge of the keyboard.

Check that the keyboard is correctly installed. The keys should be flush with the left and right surfaces of the palmrest. Reinstall the six mm screws.

Page 25 3. Close the docking connector door. Remove the back cover assembly. Grasp the right end of the back cover assembly firmly, and unsnap it from the computer.

Then disengage the left end of the back cover assembly. Page 26 One 5-mm screw inside the computer, adjacent to the thermal cooling assembly. Two 5-mm screws inside the upper edge of the hard-disk drive bay. You must remove the hard-disk drive to access these screws. Three mm screws underneath the front edge of the computer. Page 27 1. Remove the palmrest assembly. Turn the palmrest assembly upside down on a flat work surface.

Remove the four 1. Page 28 3. Compress the two catches securing the power button, and remove the power button and spring from the palmrest assembly. Page 29 8. Lift the display assembly from the bottom case assembly.

NOTE: When you reinstall the display assembly, install the four screws securing the hinges at the locations marked by arrows on the face of each hinge. Remove the display assembly bezel. Remove the display assembly latch by unsnapping the latch and captive spring from the inside of the display assembly top-cover assembly. Page Lcd Panel 5. Remove the two 4. Remove the two screws holding the interface connector. Disconnect the interface connector.

Figure 17 shows the cable layout for a Page 32 8. Page 33 LCD panel see Figure Disconnect the interface cable at the center-junction connector. Figure 19 shows the two-piece A and B cable layout for a Page 34 If you need to replace the bottom LCD cable on the Page 37 You can check this by temporarily installing a device in the modular bay prior to reinstalling the palmrest assembly. Page Speakers You can check this by temporarily installing a device in the modular bay prior to reinstalling the palmrest assembly.

Page 39 8. Insert the end of a small flat-blade screwdriver into the slot in the vertical support in the center of the bottom case, and disengage the plastic retaining clip. Lift the bottom case bracket from the computer. Page 40 If the slider-spring assembly does come loose from the case: a. Carefully reinsert the spring onto the plunger on the slider, and reinstall the slider-spring assembly into the holding features on the inside of the case.

Page 41 NOTE: When you replace the speaker, follow these guidelines to prevent damage to the speaker wires: Orient the speaker in the bottom case so that the speaker wires are facing upwards. Route the speaker wires under their retaining clips on the bottom case bracket. Page System Board Assembly The replacement kit for the system board assembly includes a diskette that provides a utility for transferring the service tag number to the replacement system board assembly.

Remove the keyboard assembly. Page 43 If your computer has a two-slot hold-down clip see Figure 27 , repeat substeps a and b for the second slot.

Lift the clip off the fence and discard it. Page 44 9. Remove the air flow duct. Remove the 2. Page 45 Figure Press the clip down to lock it in place. Do not reuse the old clip. Page 46 when viewed from the back of the computer. This prevents the fan wires from being pinched when you reassemble the computer.

Make sure that the wires are routed under the upper EMI shield. Page 48 NOTE: When you replace the reserve battery, first connect the reserve battery cable to the system board. Then position the reserve battery on the hard-disk drive bay so that there is minimal slack in the cable. Page 51 2 removal, 33 touch-pad interface module module latch assemblies removal, 33 removal, 20 travel module removal, 30 palmrest assembly removal, 19 power button ZIF connectors, 4 removal, 21 preparing to work, 2 Dell Latitude CPi A Service Manual

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