Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Maintenance Manual

2. HARDWARE
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(1)The CRT control printedcircuit board turns on the power to the
installed setting display unit and Power Mate i.
(2)The CRT control PC board is located behind the MDI.
Remove all cables connected to the PC board.
Make sure that the PCR connector is indicated with the mating
connector, so you will not have difficulty in attaching it again.
(3)Remove the square screws from the CRT control PC board, and
replace the PC board.
(4)Reconnect the cables.
NOTE
When the picture display CRT/MDI or separate picture
display MDI is being used, reload the picture screen data.
The CRT control printedcircuit board is installed in the detachable
LCD/MDI.
(1)Turn off the power to the detachable LCD/MDI.
(2)Remove the 8 screws from the front panel of the detachable
LCD/MDI, and then take out the metal plate on which the LCD and
keyboard are mounted. (Be careful because the metal plate is
connected with main unit with cables.)
(3)According to Subsection 2.6.8, replace the CRT control
printedcircuit board, which is on the rear of the metal plate.
(4)Put the metal plate, on which the LCD and keyboard are mounted,
back to the original place, and attach and fasten the 8 screws to the
front panel.
The CRT control printedcircuit board is installed in the detachable
LCD/MDI type B.
(1)Turn off the power to the detachable LCD/MDI type B.
(2)Remove the 10 screws from the rear panel of the detachable LCD/MDI
type B, and then take out the metal plate on which the CRT control
printedcircuit board and power supply are mounted. (Be careful
because the metal plate is connected with main unit with cables.)
(3)According to Subsection 2.6.8, replace the CRT control
printedcircuit board.
(4)Put the metal plate, on which the CRT control printedcircuit board
and power supply are mounted, back to the original place, and attach
and fasten the 8 screws to the rear panel.
2.6.8
Replacing the CRT
Control Printedcircuit
Board
2.6.9
Replacing the
Detachable LCD/MDI
Printedcircuit Board
2.6.10
Replacing the
Detachable LCD/MDI
Type B Printedcircuit
Board

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