IBM Mobile Systems ThinkPad Computer Hardware Maintenance Manual

Hardware Maintenance Manual. December 2000. This manual supports: ThinkPad TransNote (MT 2675) … In this manual, safety notices appear in English with a …

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IBM Mobile Systems ThinkPad Computer Hardware Maintenance Manual

  • Contents
  • Introduction
    • Important service information
      • Strategy for replacing FRUs
        • Strategy for replacing a hard-disk drive
      • How to use error messages
    • Diskette compatibility matrix
    • Safety notices: multilingual translations
    • Safety information
      • General safety
      • Electrical safety
      • Safety inspection guide
      • Handling electrostaticdischarge-sensitive devices
      • Grounding requirements
    • Laser compliance statement
  • General descriptions
    • Read this first
      • What to do first:
    • Related service information
      • Service Web site
      • Using Recovery CD
      • Passwords
        • Power-on password:
        • Hard-disk password:
        • Supervisor password:
        • How to remove the power-on password
        • How to remove the hard-disk password
      • Power management
        • Screen blank mode:
        • Standby mode:
        • Hibernation mode:
    • Checkout guide
      • Testing the computer
      • Detecting system information withPC-Doctor
        • Hardware Info
        • Utility
      • Power system checkout
        • Checking the ac adapter
        • Checking operational charging
        • Checking the battery pack
        • Checking the backup battery
        • Checking the sub-battery
  • ThinkPad TransNote
    • Product overview
      • Specifications
      • Status indicators
      • FRU tests
      • Fn key combinations
    • Symptom-to-FRU index
      • Numeric error codes
      • Error messages
      • Beep symptoms
      • No beep symptoms
      • LCD-related symptoms
      • Identifying problems with the FlipTouchdisplay
      • Identifying problems with theThinkScribe digital notepad
      • Intermittent problems
      • Undetermined problems
    • FRU replacement notices
      • Screw notices
      • Retaining serial numbers
        • Restoring the serial number of the systemunit
        • Retaining the UUID
    • Removing and replacing a FRU
      • Removing the ThinkPad TransNote
      • 1010 Battery pack
      • 1020 DIMM
      • 1030 Mini PCI adapter
      • 1040 Hard-disk drive and hard-diskdrive cover
      • 1050 Keyboard
      • 1060 Backup battery and sub-battery
      • 1070 Digital-pen holder kit
        • For a right-handed model
        • For a left-handed model
      • 1080 Computer side
      • 1090 ThinkScribe digital notepadassembly
      • 1100 Endurimer and system-digi cable
      • 1110 Audio card and speaker
      • 1120 Video card
      • 1130 System board and PC card slotassembly
      • 1140 RJ11/45 card and RJ11/45 cable
      • 1150 Fan assembly
      • 2010 LCD assembly
      • 2020 LCD front bezel
      • 2030 LCD panel and Inverter card
      • 2040 LCD cable
      • 3010 Digital pen
      • 4010 Changing the orientation of a left-or right-handed model
    • Locations
      • Front view
      • Rear view
      • ThinkScribe digital notepad
    • Parts list
      • Overall
      • LCD FRUs
      • Keyboard
      • Endurimer/leather cover replacing kit
      • Miscellaneous parts
      • Optional FRUs
      • Common parts list
        • Tools
        • Power cords (system)
    • Notices
      • Trademarks
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