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Contents About this manual   iii Chapt er 1. Safety information   1 Gener al

Contents

About

this

manual

 

iii

Chapt

er

1.

Safety

information

 

1

Gener

al

safety

 

1

Electrical

safety

2

Safety

inspection

guide

3

Handling

devices

that

ar

e

sensitive

t

o

electr

ostatic

dischar

ge

3

Gr

ounding

r

equir

ements

 

4

Safety

notices

(multilingual

tr

anslations)

 

4

Lasercompliancestat

ement(multilingual

 

tr

anslations)

 

17

Chapt

er

Impor 2.

tantser

vice

 

information

23

S

tr

at

egy

for

r

eplacing

FRUs

 

23

 

S

tr

at

egy

for

r

eplacing

a

har

d

disk

drive

 

24

Impor

tantnoticeforr

eplacingasyst

em

 

boar

d

24

How

t

o

use

err

or

codes

 

24

S

tr

at

egyforr

eplacingFRUsforC

T

O

,CMV

,and

GA

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pr

oducts

 

24

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24

FRUidentificationforC

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pr

oducts

 

25

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er

Gener 3.

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check

out

27

What

t

o

do

first

27

Check

out

guide

28

 

L

enovo

Solution

Cent

er

 

28

Quick

t

est

pr

ogr

ams

28

UEFI

diagnostic

pr

ogr

am

 

29

Bootable

diagnostic

pr

ogr

ams

 

29

P

ower

syst

em

check

out

30

 

Checking

the

ac

power

adapt

er

30

Checking

oper

ational

char

ging

31

Checking

the

batt

er

y

pack

31

Checking

the

backup

batt

er

y

32

Chapt

er

Relat 4.

edser

vice

 

information

33

Rest

oring

the

fact

or

y

cont

ents

using

the

r

ecover

y

disc

set

33

UsingtheW

indowsr

ecover

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amsonthe

 

W

indows

8

oper

ating

syst

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34

P

asswor

ds

 

35

 

P

ower

-on

passwor

d

35

Har

d

disk

passwor

d

35

Super

visor

passwor

d

36

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How

t

o

r

emove

the

power

-on

passwor

d

36

How

t

o

r

emove

the

har

d

disk

passwor

d

36

P

ower

management

 

37

Scr

eenblankmode(fortheW

indows7

oper

ating

syst

em

only)

 

37

Sleep

mode

37

Hibernation

mode

 

37

S

ympt

om-t

o-FRU

inde

x

38

Numeric

err

or

codes

 

38

Err

or

messages

 

39

No-beep

sympt

oms

39

L

CD-r

elat

ed

sympt

oms

39

Int

ermitt

ent

pr

oblems

 

40

Undet

ermined

pr

oblems

 

40

Chapt

er

5.

S

tatus

indicat

ors

43

Chapt

er

6.

Special

k

eys

45

Chapt

er

7.

L

ocations

 

47

L

ocatingcomput

ercontr

ols,connect

ors,and

indicat

ors

47

 

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r

ont

view

48

Rear

view

 

50

Bott

om

view

50

L

ocating

FRUs

and

CRUs

50

 

Major

FRUs

and

CRUs

52

L

CD

FRUs

and

CRUs

54

L

ooking

up

FRU

information

55

notices

Chapt

er

8.

FRUr

eplacement

57

Scr

ew

notices

57

Retaining

serial

numbers

 

58

 

Rest

oringtheserialnumberofthesyst

em

unit

58

Retaining

the

UUID

59

Reading

or

writing

the

EC

A

information

59

Chapt

er

9.

Removingorr

eplacinga

FRU

61

Gener

al

guidelines

61

Befor

e

ser

vicing

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ad

Edge

E530

and

E530c

models

 

62

1010

Batt

er

y

pack

62

1020

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ge

bott

om

cover

 

63

1030

Small

bott

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cover

64

1040

Optical

drive

or

blank

be

z

el

65

i

1050

Memor

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modules

 

65

1060

Har

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disk

drive

assembly

 

66

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ess

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for

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solid

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73

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105

Appendix

Notices A.

109

Electr

onic

emission

notices

110

T

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ademarks

110

Aboutthismanual

This

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contains

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vice

and

r

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ence

information

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ests

t

o

tr

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pr

oblems.

 

Impor

tant:

 

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manual

is

int

ended

only

for

tr

ained

ser

vice

t

echnicians

who

ar

e

familiar

with

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on

page

23

.

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Copyright

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Chapt

er1.Safetyinformation

•“Laser

•“Safetynotices(multilingualtr

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•“Handling

•“Safetyinspectionguide”onpage3

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1.Mak

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can

stand

safely

without

slipping.

 

2.Distribut

e

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weight

of

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object

equally

between

your

feet.

3.Use

a

slow

lifting

for

ce.Never

move

suddenly

or

twist

when

you

att

empt

t

o

lift.

 

4.Lift

by

standing

or

by

pushing

up

with

your

leg

muscles;this

action

r

emoves

the

str

ain

fr

om

the

muscles

in

your

back.Do

not

att

empt

t

o

lift

any

object

that

weighs

mor

e

than

16

kg

(35

lb)

or

that

you

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yforyou.

 

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r

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covers

and

other

par

ts

in

a

safe

place,

away

fr

om

all

personnel,

while

you

ar

e

ser

vicing

themachine.

 

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eep

your

t

oolcase

away

fr

om

walk

ar

eas

so

that

other

people

will

not

trip

over

it.

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not

sleeves

wear

loose

clothing

that

can

be

ar

e

fast

ened

or

r

olled

up

above

tr

apped

your

in

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your

moving

par

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ts

elbows.If

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a

long,

machine.Mak

fast

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ends

of

your

necktie

or

scar

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or

fast

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it

with

a

nonconductive

clip,about

8

centimet

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omtheend.

 

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not

wear

jewelr

y,

chains,

metal-fr

ame

eyeglasses,

or

metal

fast

eners

for

your

clothing,

because

metal

objectsar

egoodelectricalconduct

ors.

 

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ear

safety

glasses

when

you

ar

e

hammering,

drilling,

soldering,

cutting

wir

e,

attaching

springs,

using

solvents,

or

working

in

any

other

conditions

that

might

be

hazar

dous

t

o

your

eyes.

 

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er

ser

vice,r

einstall

all

safety

thatiswornordefective.

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ds,labels,and

gr

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wir

es.Replace

any

safety

device

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all

an

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the

covers

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ectly

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ernal

components.Do

not

obstruct

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enovo

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1

Electricalsafety

Obser

ve

the

following

rules

when

working

on

electrical

equipment.

Impor

tant:

 

•Use

only

appr

oved

t

ools

and

t

est

equipment.Some

hand

t

ools

have

handles

cover

ed

with

a

soft

mat

erial

that

does

not

insulat

e

you

when

working

with

live

electrical

curr

ents.

•Many

cust

omers

have,

near

their

equipment,

rubber

floor

mats

that

contain

small

conductive

fibers

t

o

decr

ease

electr

ostatic

dischar

ges.Do

not

use

this

type

of

mat

t

o

pr

ot

ect

yourself

fr

om

electrical

shock.

•Find

the

r

oom

emer

gency

power

-off

(EPO)

switch,

disconnecting

switch,

or

electrical

outlet.If

an

electrical

accident

occurs,

you

can

then

oper

at

e

the

switch

or

unplug

the

power

cor

d

quickly

.

•Do

not

work

alone

under

hazar

dous

conditions

or

near

equipment

that

has

hazar

dous

voltages.

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e:

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e

you

star

t

t

o

work

on

the

machine,

unplug

the

power

cor

d.If

you

cannot

unplug

it,

ask

the

cust

omer

t

o

power

off

the

wall

bo

x

that

supplies

power

t

o

the

machine,

and

t

o

lock

the

wall

bo

x

in

the

off

position.

•If

you

need

t

o

work

on

a

machine

that

has

e

xposed

electrical

cir

cuits,

obser

ve

the

following

pr

ecautions:

 

–Ensur

e

that

another

person,

familiar

with

the

power

-off

contr

ols,

is

near

you.That

person

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be

ther

e

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one

hand

when

working

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with

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pock

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electrical

equipment;

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eep

the

other

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your

rule,

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ve

the

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safety

pr

ecautions

when

you

work

with

ver

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high

voltages.Instructions

for

these

pr

ecautions

ar

e

in

the

safety

sections

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maint

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car

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when

measuring

 

highvoltages.

 

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inspect

and

maintain

your

electrical

hand

t

ools

for

safe

oper

ational

condition.

 

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est

ers.

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assume

that

power

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om

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t

o

assist

you

in

identifying

pot

entially

unsafe

conditions.As

each

machine

was

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and

built,

r

equir

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safety

it

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users

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pr

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you

must

det

ermine

how

serious

the

appar

ent

hazar

d

could

be

and

whether

you

can

continue

without

first

corr

ecting

the

pr

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these

conditions

and

the

safety

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pr

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ther

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ar

e

any

pot

entially

unsafe

conditions,

use

the

following

checklist

at

the

checks

with

the

power

off,

and

the

power

cor

d

disconnect

ed.

the

beginning

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covers

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conditions,

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as

metal

filings,

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wat

er

or

otherliquids,orsignsoffir

eorsmok

edamage.

 

8.Checkforworn,fr

ayed,orpinchedcables.

 

9.Check

that

the

power

-supply

cover

fast

eners

(scr

ews

or

rivets)

have

not

been

r

emoved

or

tamper

ed

with.