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131 30-2/FEA 209 544/2.A Equipment list Approved according to 1776-2/FEA 209 544 Equipment list standard GA628 The equipment that listed below are required to repair the GA628 And to be used when repairing the phone. Troubleshoting Board-fixture. Antenna adapter LTD 260 163 SXA 104 7917 Electrical verification ШйШШЬом AT SI S2 S3 Antenna Connector System Connector Dummy Battery RNT 403 009/2 TVA 117 2785 LTY 151 343 1 1 1 Optional г Equipment list 131 30-2/FEA 209 544/2 A ^ •w-
1/13130-2/FEA 209 544 Instrument List 1 GENERAL 1.1 ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT This document describes the instruments that are approved for standardrepairs. The document also describes which options the instrument needs to be approved. ^ 1/131 30-2/FEA 209 544 Instrument List 1.2 INSTRUMENT LIST ^ ^ Instruments and hardware options Marconi 2966A Upgraded to Marconi 2967 GO/NO GO script & Phonetest SW Software Version 7.10 GSM 900/2 X X GSM 1800 X1 GSM 1900 X1 Dual band X1 Marconi 2967 GO/NO GO script & Phonetest SW Version 8.10 X X' X1 X" IFR 2935 GO/NO GO script X X X X HP 8922M opt. 001, high stability timebase HP 8922M+opt. 001+HP 83220A, GSM 1800/1900 test set GO/NO GO script Version B06.00 X X X2 X* * HP 8922H opt. 001, high stability timebase With HP 8922U opt. 101.(upgrade to 8922M) HP 8922H+opt.001+HP 83220A,GSM 1800/1900 test set With HP 8922U opt. 101.(upgrade to 8922M) GO/NO GO script Version B06.00 X1 X X X X2 X2 X3 * HP 8922S opt. 001,high stability timebase HP 8922S+opt.001+HP 83220A,GSM 1800/1900 test set GO/NO GO script Version B07.02 X X X2 X4 * HP 8922F opt. 001, high stability timebase with HP 8922U opt. 102(upgrade to 8922S). HP 8922F+opt.001+HP 83220A,GSM 1800/1900 test set with HP 8922U opt. 102(upgrade to 8922S). GO/NO GO script Version B06.00 X1 X X X2 X2 X4 * 1/131 30-2/FEA 209 544 Instrument List Instruments and hardware options HP 8922E opt 001, high stability timebase With option 8922E#K51 (upgrade to 8922S) HP 8922E+opt.001+HP 83220A,GSM 1800/1900 test set with option 8922E#K51 (upgrade to 8922S) GO/NO GO script Software Version A03.01 GSM 900/2 X GSM 1800 X X GSM 1900 X2 X2 Dual band X4 * HP 8922G opt 001, high stability timebase whith option 8922G#G07 (upgrade to 8922M, s/n <3240) or 8922G#K50(s/n>3240) HP 8922G+opt.001+HP 83220A,GSM 1800/1900 test set whith option 8922G#G07 (upgrade to 8922M, s/n <3240) or 8922G#K50(s/n>3240) GO/NO GO script Version A04.02 X X X X2 X3 * R&S CMD 53 CMD-B1 ref.osc. CMD-B3 ref. freq. I/O CMD-B4 BER- phase/freq.err.- meas. CMD-B6 adapter CMD-B9, 2nd RF synth CMD-41, hi dyn. burst analys CMD-B62 mem. card interf. CMD-B19 CMD-U20 GO/NO GO script with CMD GO X X X X1 X1 X1 X1 X1 X1 R&S CMD 55 CMD-B1 ref.osc. CMD-B3 ref. freq. I/O CMD-B4 BER- phase/freq.err.- meas. CMD-B6 adapter CMD-B61 IEEE/IEC-bus Interface with option CMD-B19 CMD-20 GO/NO GO script with CMD GO X X X X1 X1 X1 X1 X' X1 1/131 30-2/FEA 209 544 Instrument List О ^ Instruments and hardware options Wavetek4032 897912, software 248274, GSM module 236033, option card 248176, 6kHz bandpass 248278,50Hz-15kHz with 248295, FEX 2.3GHz installed with 248322 GSM dual band GO/NO GO script Software Version 4.20 GSM 900/2 X GSM 1800 X1 GSM 1900 X1 Dual band X1 Wavetek4103 Needed to be SW upgraded to 4107s GO/NO GO script X X X X Wavetek4104 Needed to be SW upgraded to 4107s GO/NO GO script X X X X Wavetek4105 Needed to be SW upgraded to 4107s GO/NO GO script X X X X Wavetek4106 Needed to be SW upgraded to 4107s GO/NO GO script X X X X Wavetek 4107s GO/NO GO script X X X X Racal 6103 opt.04F high stability timebase With opt. 02R, GSM 1800 opt. With opt. 03R, GSM 1900 opt. With opt. 02R + opt. 14R, dual band + opt. S1 (software)+calibration. GO/NO GO script X X1 X1 X1 1/131 30-2/FEA 209 544 Instrument List ^ Notes: Needs opt.012, Mobile phone test software to perform "GO NO GO"-
test. 1 RF power meter dynamic range more than 3dB out of spec. 2 HP 83220A with serial prefix 3527UXXXXX or greater. Prior to this, opt. G19 or H19 is needed. 3 Multi-band system upgrade: HP 8922M upgrade to HP 8922P, option 8922P#R01. 4 Multi-band system upgrade: HP 8922S upgrade to HP 8922R, option 8922R#R01. HP 83220A/E is returned to factory for upgrade to HP 83220A/E opt.010. ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628 Standard Electrical Repairs Approved according to 1776-2/FEA 209 544 MOUNTING DRAWINGS GH688, GA628 _ w CD'CD- CD Ф Ф Ш ^ «Vi гл 1078-2/FEA 209 544/1A _ ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628 Standard Electrical Repairs Contents GH688 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 RevD 3 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 RevE 5 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 RevF 7 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 Rev J 9 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 Rev A 11 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 Rev В 13 GA628 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 Rev D 3 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 Rev A 15 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 Rev В 17 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 RevE 19 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/4 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/4 Rev A 21 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/4 Rev В 23 W L ' J 1078-2/FEA 209 544/1Л 2 (24) C\J v_> > CO со 3 % сб о 05 О < LU LL. c\j i со o v _ > ё CO CO < I о ган C59H Й9Н JS9H CO CI7S c^S <T\J CO CN см O СЧ Ю Ш > ё о CO CO < О сб о Q) О < Ш LJ_ CM CO o ' ( 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 Rev. E S2 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 6(24) ( 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 Rev F 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 7(24) ( 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 Rev F 5101 co 5» CO S2 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 8(24) 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 Rev J 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 9(24) > CN 1 —< • о o CO CO < о tr CO о \zs COS [9Л its ZOS CD CO CIzS ги C4J CO ns oos 4f r Ю CD о C\J < ш UL <? CO o a CIS l\S HS p czs CCS ccs 02S 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 Rev A 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 11( 24) > CD CD Г ^ О СО со < о (Г CN i 00 N. О т^т8 ,—, 54 VZ9 i^9H Кч г о г?я CQ9H геэн I59H П| .а ICS f ГЗ COS дш CIS cts оо/л CCS CCS CCS СП os гю CNJ [IS 00S JiS ШМ 80Z3 60/3 OcTS CNJ CM LO 05 О CNJ < Ш со O 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 Rev В 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 13(24) 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 Rev В 5101 го 52 1078-2/FEA 209 544/1. А 14(24) о со го 14) о со о 9° 73 со со § -л % СП N3 4* 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 Rev A *, P810 РВИ P816 Sl Oi T CO CO S2 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 16(24) о g о f -si со g CD < 00 ho 4* 1078-27ROA 117 3308/1 Rev В Г616С8151 X830 к Р810 РВИ РВ16 Р604 \Щ] 1 в )И тшг 1R632IR634I 5101 го СП S2 Х820 • Р400 | 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 18(24) 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 Rev E 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 19(24) 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 Rev E IC816IC815I X830 r o en Р8Ю P811 P816 • P812 [R610 ffiffl V6l-
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ЕШ S101 CO CM co S2 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 22 (24) 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/4 Rev В 1078-2/FEA209 544/1.A 23 (24) 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/4 Rev В P810 • • • P811 P816 • 312 V614 is is S101 C\J S2 1078-2/FEA 209 544/1 .A 24 (24) . 000 21-2/FEA209 544/1A Repairflow Approved according to 1776-2/FEA 209 544 Standard repair flow, 600 series ^ ;V/arjanty seal i Repaired •:• unit outi J •'! t'iea'lj: ;.'. ••.!:]:.-)I :-p, f.l (if not scrap) Advanced/ J Fault found Repair jliillllli ДИк ..., "~Щ Rash upgrade Go/NoGo Manual test Warranty seal Trouble shoot Repair Test instruction Test instruction Test instruction Mechanical working instruction Trouble shooting guides,standard, mechanical Working instruction, standard, mechanical Repair flow 000 21-2/FEA209 544/l.A ^ '-*г* -Ф 2/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 А TEST DESCRIPTION GA 628 Approved according to 1776-2/FEA 209 544. STANDARD PACKAGE TEST DESCRIPTION GA 628 ABSTRACT This document describes the working instruction for standard repair package for GA 628. APPLICATION This document contains information over what test must be performed and how to do it. _ CONTENTS 1. GENERAL 2 TEST ACTIONS 3 TESTFLOW 3.1 SOFTWARE LOADING 3.2 GO/NO GO TEST 3.3 MANUAL TEST 3.3.1 KEYPAD TEST 3.3.2 DISPLAY TEST 3.3.3 ON THE AIR CALL TO MOBILE 3.3.4 SYSTEM CONNECTOR TEST 1. GENERAL Applicable for all GA 628 products. 2. TEST ACTIONS To verify all components within standard repair package all test actions must be performed. 3 TESTFLOW 3.1 SOFTWARE UPDATE AND ACTIVITIES Download latest signalling software and perform service activities software from EMMA shell. 3.2 GO/NO GO TEST 2/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 A TEST DESCRIPTION GA 628 О Verifies that the radio parameters of the phone fulfils the GSM specifications. Start test according to instructions on the test set. If all measurements are approved this will be visualised and if not, all faults will be presented either on the screen or printed out. Connect the phone via antenna cable to test set. Power up the phone with a fully charged battery and a test SIM card. Start selfexecuting test in the test set according to instruments manual. Follow instructions received form test set. Perform an audio test by talking into the mic and listen to the backlooped sound in the ear­
phone. Check that the green toppindicator flashes at "service" and that the buzzer sounds at "call to mobile" if that test is performed. Check that the background light and the display segment are working OK. 3.3 MANUAL TEST 3.3.1 KEYPAD TEST Verify that the keyboard is OK by pushing keys on the keypad. Check the keyboard illumination as well. 3.3.2 DISPLAY TEST To make sure there are no dots or icons missing in the display. Fill the display with characters, e.g "8" and "+" Lower the ring volume until the "no sound "icon appears. Check that the "hook" icon is present during call. w 3.3.3 ON THE AIR CALL TO MOBILE To verify the function of these parts; earphone, microphone, buzzer, volume buttons and radio. Set up a call from land line phone to the mobile phone. Check that the buzzer is working and that the background light switches on OK. Also check that the quality of sound both in the mobile phone and the land connected phone is OK. End the call from the land line phone to the mobile phone. Check that the ending procedure is OK and that the speech time is displayed (if the phone is equipped with that feature). 3.3.4 SYSTEM CONNECTOR TEST The test should be performed with accessories to verify the system connector. Necessary accessories are: • Portable handsfree kit • Vehicle Handfree set for 600-&800- series: HF-6300/6500/6600 or Interface box. • TEST WITH PORTABLE HANDSFREE Plug in the handsfree connector or interface box into the phone's system connector.Insert the earphone in your ear and attach the microphone clip to a suitable part of your clothing. Power up the phone and set up call. 2/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 A TEST DESCRIPTION GA 628 Check out if the microphone and earphone is OK. • TEST WITH VEHICLE HANDSFREE SET Connect a vehicle handsfree kit or system connector interface box. Attach the phone in the holder. In the display the battery indicator should start indicate charging while the rest of the display is blank. Turn on the phone by pressing the NO key. The battery indicator indicates charging while the name of the operator for the SIM card is shown. Set up a call by dialling the number and press YES key. Make sure that you hear the other person and that he/she can hear you. Press NO key to hang up. If the mobile phone is passing these steps of testing without any malfunctions it is OK to return it to the customer. If there are any failures the phone must be repaired at the service or swapped/sent to higher level of service. 2/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 A ^ TEST DESCRIPTION GA 628 1/00021 -2/FEA 209 544/2 A TEST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION Approved according to 1776-2/FEA 209 544. STANDARD PACKAGE GA628 TEST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION ABSTRACT This document describes the test installation instruction for standard repair package for GA628. APPLICATION This document contains information over what software and hardware must be installed and how to perform the installation and configuration for standard service package for GA628. CONTENTS 1.GEN ARAL 2.HARDWARE INSTALLATION 2.1.TEST SET 2.2.ANTENNA CABLE 2.3.COMPUTER 2.4.HARDLOCK 2.5.SERVICE CABLE 3.SOFTWARE INSTALLATION 3.1.EMMA SHELL 1. GENARAL The standard service package is built up with a test set, a computer and interface cables. A hardlock is required for security reasons. 2. HARDWARE All test hardware must be approved by Ericsson and is documented in Equiptment List. 2.1. TEST SET A Radio test set approved according to Equiptment List must be used. Instructions for test set installation according to instrument manufacturer. The selfexecuting-test software and options according to Equiptment List must be present. 1/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 A TEST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION 2.2. ANTENNA CABLE Connect antenna cable to RF gate and antenna connector. 2.3. COMPUTER IBM compatible computer with Windows 95 or Windows NT. 2.4. HARDLOCK Hardlock with article number KRY 105 165 is required. 2.5. SERVICE CABLE Connect service cable to one of the serial ports on the PC and to the system connector according to figure. 3. SOFTWARE No repair shell is required. 3.1. EMMA SHELL 3.1.1. Download Emma shell if not already installed and all GA628 software into an empty directory. 3.1.2. Start the downloaded EXE file from Windows RUN option, the software will now self-extract into more files. 3.1.3. Start SETUREXE in the temporary directory from Windows RUN option. 3.1.4. There will be on-line instructions during the installation. 3.1.5. The software is installed in the proper shell under the flash directory. 3.1.6. Erase all files in the temporary directory The Software is self-instructing and gives on-line instructions if needed. 1/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 A TEST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION _ According to: 131 30 2Л=ЕА 209 544 Test set <2>RF 4 NPos P6 PosW2 - Pos S1 Figure 2.2.1 Power supply PosP7 PosW4 \7 Л Pos S3 PosP11-
PosP4 Computer rear view -i i PosP3 i _ u PosPS Figure 2.5.1 Keyboard 7 Pos E1 —О PosS2 J Z = Z L Printer PosWI Control Box PosPS PosW3 1/00021-2/FEA 209 544/2 A _ TEST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION ч ^ w ERICSSON ^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Approved according to 1776-2/FEA 209 544 Trouble-shooting instruction GH 688/GA 628 Standard electrical repairs 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs Table of contents 1 Conditions 3 1.1 Component classes 3 1.2 Abbreviations 4 1.3 Pin placements 6 2 No serv or can't place a call 8 3 Doesn't start 13 4 Audio 22 5 Display 30 6 Charging 38 7 SIM fault ("Insert card") 43 8 Keyboard 48 9 Illumination and buzzer 55 10 RTC 63 11 Component lists 65 11.1 Explanation 65 11.2 Mounting drawing tables 66 GH688 66 GA628 66 11.3 Component list GH688 67 11.3.1 Revision change tables GH688 80 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3307/1 and 2/ROA 117 3307/5, 2/ROA 117 3307/3 80 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3307/4 2/ROA 11 73307/6 84 11.4 Component list GA628 88 11.4.1 Revision change tables GA628 100 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3308/1, 2/ROA 117 3308/2 100 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3308/3, 2/ROA 117 3308/4 104 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3308/5, 2/ROA 117 3308/7 109 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 2(112) ERICSSON £S GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 1 Conditions 1.1 Component classes. All the components in the phone are divided into classes and after every component in the troubleshooting guide you have a class written. The components are divided into four classes: А, В, С and D.The class of the component depends on how much of the phone's performance is affected when replacing it. Class A and B:A test call towards the "real" net (not only towards a GSM test instrument) and run it through the normal tests is enough to verify the functionality since the performance of the phone is only slightly affected. Class C: Since the tolerances of the component are so great it can substantially affect the performance of the phone you need to calibrate it at station level after replacing the component. Class D: Class D components need to be calibrated at board level using very advanced equipment and may therefore not be replaced. ^ 4/00021 -2/FEA 209 544/1 .G 3(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 1.2 Abbreviations. w A: B: C: D: F: G: H: J: L: N: R: S: U: V: X: Z: The power module at some phones. Crystal. Capacitor. Digital circuit. Over voltage protection. vco. Buzzer, LED, pads for display. Connector. Coil. Analogue circuit. Resistor. Keyboard pads. BALUN. A circuit that converts a si opposite. Transistor or diode. Contact surface at the circuit board. Filter. AGND: Ground for analogue signals. DCIO; DC voltage used for charging the battery through the system connector. DCON: Logical signal from the processor that keeps the phone running after you've released the On/OfFkey. EXTAUD: Input signal at the system connector that the processor uses to deter-
mine if there's any external audio equipment attached. EXTAUDl: The same signal as the EXTAUD signal but at the processor side. GND: Ground. LED3K: Logical signal used to activate the background illumination. ON SRQ: Voltage from the On/Off key that starts the phone. PORTHF: Input signal at the system connector that the processor uses to deter-
mine if there's any handsfree equipment attached. PHF1: The same signal as PORTHF but at the processor side. REGON: Logical signal that activates the voltage regulators. RTC: Real time clock. The clock that keeps track of time and date. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/l.G 4 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ SIMCLK: Clock signal from the processor used for communications with the SIM. SIMDAT: Data signal from the processor used for communications with the SIM. SIMRST: Reset signal from the processor used for communications with the SIM. SIMVCC: Feed voltage for the SIM. SVVDC: Switched VBATT. VANA: DC voltage for the analogue part of the logic (N800). VBATT: Battery voltage. VDIG: DC voltage for the processor and memory. VDSP: DC voltage for the DSP (Digital Signal Processor). VLCD: DC voltage for the display that controls the contrast. VRAD: DC voltage for the radio part except the synthesizer. VRPAD: DC voltage for the radio part in D600 (also used for the top diode and the buzzer). VRTC: DC voltage for the real time clock. VSIMPAD: VDIG voltage that has been switched up to 5V used for SIM. VVCO: DC voltage for the synthesizer. V^ I2C: Two line serial communications standard using one clock and one data line. LO: Local oscillator. PWM: Pulse width modulation. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 5(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs 1.3 Pin placements v ^ Cathode Anode Single diode (PIN diode). 3 П ЕГО Double diode or single trans-
stor. 7 б 5 1 2 3 4 Eight pin circuit. 16 Sixteen pin circuit i Electrolytic capacitor. 3 2 1 ПП 4 LTU Five pin circuit (usually volt­
age regulator). 4 6 3 I TEXT I 5 2 VCO circuit 20 11 10 Twenty pin circuit 1 2 3 6 5 4 Double transistor. 1 ^ o Crystal 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 6(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs w 17 32 16 i • 33 48 64 49 N800 33 64 32 1 • 65 % 128 97 D600 22 28 1 7 m 21 8 D620 21 4 20 1 • 41 60 80 61 D900 7 • 40 21 D610 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 7(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 2 No serv or can't place a call. 2.1 Find out if the problem is Tx- or Rx-related. Connect the phone (with signaling program) to a GSM instrument and try to get serv at -68.5dBm signal strength. • If the phone gets serv proceed to section 2.2. • If it doesn't get serv it's probably a problem located in the LO-part or the losses in the signal path are too great. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. The component side of the board is shown in fig. 2.1. w В ° И п О' «
i i j umi f (J i i D i _s Fig. 2.5 ODD LI I Па a а Ъ П I n Si, аШ J • Fig. 2.4 -II roD OB i ч 5 D TEH 1 Ю. en; Fig. 2.3 Fig. 2.6 '•'• a: SCOd R£_Z2. ^ Fig. 2.1 Check the antenna connector, X401 (class A, fig. 2.2), and make sure that it isn't damaged or dirty (glue, vamish, oxide...) and that the solderings aren't faulty. V403 C426 R421 R422 X401 Fig. 2.2 Look for faulty solderings at G350 and C359 (fig. 2.3). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 8(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ч_ N350 C544 C545 C542 C543 C541 C540 Fig. 2.3 Measure the resistance of C853 (class B, >100 kohms, fig. 2.4). ^ C826 Give the board power and start it up. Measure VVCO (-3.8V) at V451 pad 3 and VRAD (-3.8V) at C457 (fig. 2.5). • If any of the voltages are incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 9(112) ERICSSON $ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs w v ^ WCO V451:3 G300 C457 VRAD Fig. 2.5 Measure the DC voltage at pin 1 and 2 of G350. The voltage at pin 1 (control volt-
age) should always vary between ~0.8V - ~2.8V (usually starts at ~1.7V). The volt-
age at pin 2 (feed voltage) also varies but usually starts at ~3.3V (fig. 2.3). • If the feed voltage is incorrect (usually no voltage at all), check the soldering at D600 pin 102 (fig. 2.1). * If the soldering isn't faulty, send the phone to the next level. • if the control voltage is incorrect (usually ~0V or -3.6V), check if C370 (class B) and R357 (class B) are mounted (both of them in fig. 2.3). * If that is the case, replace N350 (class B, fig. 2.3). * If that doesn't help, replace G350 (class B, fig. 2.3). Measure the resistance of C540, C541, C542, C543, C544 and C545 (all of them class B, >200 kohms, fig. 2.3) Check the solderings at C826 (fig. 2.4), Z201, Z500, Z501 and Z502 (fig. 2.3). If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 2.2 Connect a call at powerlevel 5 using an instrument with -68.5dBm signal strength • If it works, proceed to section 2.3. • If it doesn't work, open the phone and check for liquid damage. Make sure the ground foil around the antenna connector isn't dirty. Check the antenna connector, X401 (class A, fig. 2.2), and make sure that it isn't damaged or dirty (glue, varnish, oxide...) and that the solderings aren't faulty. Replace the back cover and try again. • If it doesn't work it most likely means that the problem is Tx-related. Check if C300, C403, L300, V300, V301 or V302 (all class A, fig. 2.6) are burnt. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 10 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs С 300 L300 V300 w N451 Fig. 2.6 Check soldering at G300 (fig. 2.5). Measure the resistance of C853 (class B, >100 kohms, fig. 2.4). Measure the resistance of R403 (class B, <1 ohms, fig. 2.6). Measure the resistance of L300 (class A, <1 ohms, fig. 2.6). If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. v_ 2.3 Read the Rx-level and output power values from the instrument while the call is still connected. • If the Rx-level value is at 40 - 46 steps, check that the output power is 31-
35dBm. * If it is correct it means that the phone probably isn't faulty. Lower the signal strength at the instrument to -102dBm and make sure that the Rx-level value is 6-12 steps and that the Rx-quality value is 0-2 steps. * Try running the phone through the test again. * If the phone passes the test but doesn't manage to connect a call at the "real" net, make sure that it isn't because it is stolen. If it isn't, replace D600 (class B, fig. 2.1). * If you get one of these error messages; "phase and frequency error", "burst timing", "power level 5-19", "Rx-quality" or "Rx-
level" that differs slightly from the default values, try replacing the 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 11(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs back cover and run the phone through the test again. This applies espe­
cially for the GA 628. • if the output power is too low or the Rx-quality value is too high, send the phone to the next level. • If the Rx-level value is too high, the phone has to be calibrated and therefore you have to send the phone to the next level. • If the Rx-level value is below 40 steps at -68.5dBm signal strength or below 6 steps at -102dBm signal strength, the problem is Rx-related. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Check the antenna connector, X401 (class A, fig. 2.2), and make sure that it isn't damaged or dirty (glue, varnish, oxide...) and that the solderings aren't faulty. Measure the resistance from C426 (fig. 2.2, measure from the marked side) to ground (>1 Mohms). The resistance is usually only a few ohms when Z200 (class B, fig. 2.7) is broken. №; "p° H • ОПп n nip • • UUD О DC dfc *. Z200 ч_ Fig. 2.7 Measure the resistance from the anode of V403 (class B, fig. 2.2) to ground (~60 kohms). • If it's less (a few kohms), lift one of the V402 pins from the pad and measure again at the same place. if it's correct (~60 kohms), replace V402. • If the resistance is still too low, replace both diodes. Measure again after replacing the component(s). • If the resistance is still too low, measure the resistance of R421 and R422 (both of class B, 100 kohms, fig. 2.2). Both the resistors are 100 kohms but when you measure them the instrument will show -60 kohms. Check the solderings at C826 (fig. 2.4), Z201, Z500, Z501 and Z502 (fig. 2.3). Measure the resistance of C540, C541, C542, C543, C544 and C545 (all of them class B, >200 kohms, fig. 2.3) If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 12(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs 3 Doesn't start. 3.1 Find out if the phone will start by using the On/Off-button. 4 ^ Insert a fully charged battery and press the On/Off-button. • If the phone doesn't start, proceed to section 3.2 • If the phone starts, check the charging function by connecting a charger at the system connector. If the phone doesn't charge, proceed to chapter 6 ("Charging"-fault). If the phone starts (lights the background illumination, asks for SIM/PIN, seeks the net...) and charges it's probably not faulty or the problem is inter­
mittent. Open the phone and make a visual examination of the circuit board. The component side of the board is shown in fig. 3.1. Fig. 3.2 Fig. 3.6 J on! г-] ЙГ 10П ffi| I s Id ' -да rn° л ^ • 1 s P f l u.t I 9"*=> _ Й П П П BflOOQOe Ш lip 1! mi. Tnf f l g p—L—J— I • •o s r-
—^L • n DDIB ! D.L.J CI «Я iff BPBa 4 ^ Fig. 3.1 Check for liquid damages anywhere at the board. Also check for burnt or damaged pads at the system connector and faulty soldering at, for instance, D600, D610 and D620 (fig. 3.2). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 13(112) ERICSSON 5 GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs GH688 VDSP VDIG N701 N702 Y7Q4 C710 JU JL j | OiULi ' I Г пщ C692 GA628 ^ VDSP VDIG V704 R721 C710 C692 Г
п Fig. 3.2 As soon as the problem is solved, send the phone through the flow as usual. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 14(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 3.2 Visual check. Make a visual check. Make sure that the battery screws are intact and properly mounted, that the isolator sleeve (GH 688) is properly mounted, that the volume keys aren't stuck and that the system connector isn't dirty or liquid damaged. Con­
tinue at 3.3. w 3.3 Current consumption with On/off-key pressed. Insert a dummy battery. • If the phone consumes current immediately it usually means that C403 (class A, fig. 3.3) is faulty but first you should make sure that the frame gasket isn't in con­
tact with the positive battery connector pad at the circuit board (fig. 3.4). C403-
i—I a n _ J I 1 п П Fig. 3.3 ^ Fig. 3.4 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 15(112) ERICSSON S GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs w Start the phone using the On/Off-key and check the current consumption. • If the phone doesn't consume any current at all when the On/Off-key is pressed it is most likely liquid damaged. Open the phone and check this. Also check that the keyboard and the keyboard pads are functional and clean. • If the phone consumes more than 200mA, remove the display elastomer and try again. * If the consumption is reduced it was probably the elastomer or the display. * If the consumption is just as high as before, proceed to section 3.4.3. • If the phone consumes ~60mA (average, varies), the battery indicator blinks once or twice and then the phone turns itself off, then it's probably X820 (the pads to the volume flex film, fig. 3.5) or the volume flex film (J820) that is shorted out. Replace the flex film and if that doesn't work, proceed to section 3.2. * If the same phenomena arises without the On/Off-key being pressed it means that V704 is broken (fig. 3.2). N706 X820 V q. •в • • e m i • U A J о • ООп • пй о Jfc ff. V711 С720 Fig. 3.5 If the phone consumes l-200mA, starts (asks for SIM/searches for the net.. .etc...) and works as long as you keep the On/Off-key pressed, proceed to section 3.4.4. If the phone doesn't start, try to program it in the flash programmer. * If it doesn't start in the flash programmer, proceed to section 3.4.1 * If you are able to program the phone in the flash programmer but it doesn't start afterwards or if it is troublesome when trying to program it, proceed to section 3.4.2. * If the phone starts after programming it in the flash-programmer then the problem is probably solved, but to eliminate intermittent errors check the cir­
cuit board for liquid damage or faulty solderings on D600, D610 and D620 (fig. 3.2). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 16(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 3.4 Measuring at a powered circuit board. v_. 3.4.1 Doesn't start in the flash programmer. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Make sure the system connector pads aren't burnt. Place the board in the fixture. Start it up and keep it running by keeping DCIO high. Check VDIG and VDSP voltages (-3.2 V, fig. 3.2). • If any of the voltages are too low, measure the resistance to ground (VDIG > 500 ohms, VDSP > 25 kohms). * If the resistances are correct, replace the corresponding circuit (VDIG -
N702, VDSP - N701, both of class A). * If the resistance is too low, send the phone to next level. • If any of the voltages are too high, replace the corresponding circuit. Check the power reset voltage at C710 (fig. 3.2, >3V). • If it's lower, replace N450 (class A, fig. 3.6) and try again. * If it didn't work, replace C710 (class A). 4 ^ wco V450 V452 N450 V 4 5 1 и -1 0 .0 = Fig. 3.6 Check VPvAD, WCO and VRPAD (-3.8V, fig. 3.6). • If all three voltages are wrong, measure the resistance from N450 pads 8,11, 12, 13 and 14 to ground (~0 ohms). * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be dis­
carded. * If it is correct, replace the circuit and eventually the transistors (V452, V451 and V450, all of them class A). • If one or two of the voltages are wrong, measure the resistance from the corre­
sponding voltage source to ground (>50 kohms). * If the resistance is correct, replace the corresponding transistor. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 17(112) ERIСSSON & GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If that doesn't help, replace N450 (class A). * If the resistance of any of the voltage sources is too low, send the phone to the next level. Measure the amplitude of B551 pin 3 (class C, >1 V t-t) with an oscilloscope, spec­
trum analyzer, frequency counter, diode probe... • If the amplitude is too low, send the phone to the next level. Check for bad solderings at D600, D610 and D620 (fig 3.2). • If they look ok, replace D600 (class B). * if that doesn't work, first replace D610 (class A) and then D620 (class A). Try to program the phone in the flash programmer for every circuit you replace. Don't replace any circuit if you haven't established the fact that B551 is working. 3.4.2 Is programmable in the flash programmer but doesn't start afterwards or is troublesome in the flash programmer. Open the phone and check for liquid damages. Make sure the system connector pads aren't burnt. Insert the board in the fixture. Start it up and keep it going by keeping DCIO high. Check VD1G and VDSP (-3.2V, fig. 3.2). • If any of the voltages are too low, measure the resistance from it to ground (VD1G >500 Ohms, VDSP >25 kohms). * if the resistance is correct, replace the corresponding circuit (VD1G - N702 - class A, VDSP - N701 - class A). * If the resistance is too low, send the phone to the next level. • If any of the voltages are too high, replace the corresponding circuit. Check VRAD, VVCO and VRPAD (-3.8V, fig. 3.6). • If all the voltages are incorrect, measure the resistance from N450 pads 8, 11,12, 13 and 14 to ground (~0 ohms). * If any of the resistances are too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. * If all the resistances are correct, replace the circuit and eventually the tran­
sistors (V450, V451, V452, all class A). • If one or two of the voltages are incorrect, measure the resistance from the incor­
rect voltage(s) to ground (>50 kohms). * If the resistance is correct replace the corresponding transistor. If that doesn't help, replace N450 (class A). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/l.G 18 (112) ERICSSON g GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If the resistances from any of the voltages to ground are too low, send the phone to the next level. Make sure that there are no faulty solderings on D600, D610 and D620. • If the solderings look good, replace D610 (class A). * If that doesn't help, first replace D600 (class B) and then D620 (class A). Try to program the phone in the flash programmer for every circuit you replace. 3.4.3 Consumes more than 200mA. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Make sure that the system connector pads aren't burnt. Insert the board in the fixture. Start it up and keep it going by keeping DCIO high. Check VDIG and VDSP (-3.2V, fig. 3.2). • If any of the voltages are too low, measure the resistance from it to ground (VDIG >500 ohms, VDSP >25 kohms). * If the resistance is correct, replace the corresponding circuit (VDIG - N702 - class A, VDSP - N701 - class A). * If the resistance is too low, send the phone to the next level. • If any of the voltages are too high, replace the corresponding circuit. Check VRAD, VVCO and VRPAD (-3.8V, fig. 3.6). • If all three voltages are incorrect, measure the resistance from N450 pads 8,11, 12, 13 and 14 to ground (0 ohms). * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. * If the resistance is correct, replace the circuit and eventually transistors (V450, V451, V452, all class A). • If one or two of the voltages are incorrect, measure the resistance to ground (>50 kohms). * If the resistance is correct, replace the corresponding transistor. * If that doesn't help, replace N450 (class A). * If the resistance from any of the voltages to ground is too low, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 19(112) ERICSSON $ v_ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs 3.4.4 The phone works as long as the On/Off-key is pressed. GH688 Open the phone and check for liquid damages. Make sure the system connector pads aren't burnt. Insert the board in the fixture. Start it up and keep it going by keeping DCIO high. Measure the voltage at C692 (-3.1 V, fig. 3.2). • If there is voltage, check the soldering at D600 pin 119. • If there isn't voltage, measure the resistance of C692 (class A, >200 kohms). * If the resistance is correct, measure the input voltage at N706 pin 2 (VBATT) and the output voltage at N706 pin 3 (-3.5 V). Make sure that the regulator has ground at N706 pin 1. There is a foil damage if the ground or VBATT is missing at N706 and the phone should be discarded. * If the input voltage and the ground are correct, replace N706 (class A). * If the output voltage is correct, measure the voltage at the positive side of the backup capacitor (C720, class A, ~3.1 V). * If there is no voltage, replace V711 (class A). * If there is voltage, check the resistance from the positive side of C720 (fig. 3.5)toC692(~0ohms). * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. GA628 Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Make sure that the system connector pads aren't burnt. Insert the board in the fixture. Start it up and keep it going by keeping DCIO high. Measure the voltage at C692 (~3.1 V, fig. 3.2, the figure shows a GH 688 board but the capacitor is placed at the same location). • If there is voltage, check the soldering at D600 pad 119. • If there is no voltage, measure the resistance of C692 (class A, >200 kohms). * If the resistance is correct, measure VDIG. * If the voltage at VDIG is incorrect, see 3.4.1, 3.4.2 or 3.4.3. * If VDIG is correct, check the resistance from N702 pin5 (fig. 3.2) to C692 (~0 ohms). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/l.G 20 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If the resistance is too high, measure the resistance of R721 (class A, ~0 ohms). * If R721 is correct there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. If the fault remains, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 21(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 Audio. 4 _, 4.1 Type of fault. Make a call from the phone that is to be tested (later called the phone) to a phone that is working correctly (later called the reference phone). Check the function of the microphone and the earphone. Connect a handsfree unit to the system connector of the phone. Check the function of the phone's external connections by listening to the external speaker/earphone when talking in the reference phone and by listening to the ear­
phone of the reference phone when talking in the external mic of the phone. If there is low or no sound in the earphone of the phone, proceed to section 4.2. If both the earphone and the handsfree speaker don't work, send the phone to the next level. If the sensitivity of the microphone is low (low or no sound in the reference phone), proceed to section 4.3. If both the microphone in the phone and the microphone of the handsfree don't work, send the phone to the next level. If both the microphone and the earphone don't work, proceed to section 4.4. If the microphone, the earphone and the handsfree don't work, send the phone to the next level. If the microphone of the handsfree doesn't work, proceed to section 4.5. If the speaker of the handsfree doesn't work, proceed to section 4.6. If both the microphone and the speaker of the handsfree don't work, proceed to section 4.7. If the phone sounds strange (the sound is distorted, scrambled, full of static or "chopped"), send the phone to the next level. ч ^ 4.2 Earphone out of order. Open the phone and check for liquid damages. Most of the earphone faults are mechanical. Therefore you should start with replac­
ing the front (with the earphone) to one you know works and try again. • If the fault remains, make sure the earphone connector (J810, fig. 4.1) is intact and correctly soldered. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 22(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ -X830 V н III ao; • a n a n D I P о о ООп о пД о Jfc ff. Fig. 4.1 Check the solderings of N800 (fig. 4.3). Fig. 4.2 shows the component side of the circuit board. J810 N705 ^ Fig. 4.2 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 23(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs C818 C819 Applies for R2A revisions and earlier. C850 C813 C851-
R803 R802-
R804-Q ПП C810-
C812 C835X I R830 Q R825 R805 C819 YL%\9 Applies for R3A revisions and R817 UU VANA R7I R802 R804-D ПГ :SIO——r —U г C835/ | R830 R825 R805 Fig. 4.3 If the fault remains, send the phone to the next level. ^ 4.3 Microphone out of order. Open the phone and check for liquid damages, especially around X830 (fig. 4.1) and below J603 (marked area A in fig. 4.2). Clean the system and microphone connector pads if needed. Most of the microphone faults are mechanical. Therefore you should start with replacing the front (with microphone) and elastomer to one you know works and try again. If the fault remains, measure the resistances of C850 (>100 kohms), C851 (>1 kohms), R817 (~1 kohms) and R819 (-lkohms, all of class A and in fig. 4.3). Note! The resistors are mounted at boards from revision R3A and above. Check the solderings of N800 (fig. 4.3). Replace C818 and C819 (fig. 4.3). If the fault still remains, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 24(112) ERICSSON ^ w K^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4.4 Both the earphone and microphone out of order. Open the phone and check for liquid damages. Make sure there is no dirt or oxide between the components above the system con­
nector pads (fig. 4.4 or marked area in fig. 4.5). Check very thoroughly! !• Щ F604 | %— R636 F 6 0 3 ^ g ^ R 6 0 1 в a Fig. 4.4 Clean the marked surface using alcohol and a brush. Note! The dirt can be very hard to remove but it's important to wash it away. Assemble the phone and try again as in 4.1. If the fault remains, replace F603 and F604. It's important to clean where the com­
ponents are supposed to be before mounting new ones. Assemble the phone and try again as in 4.1. If it still doesn't work, open the phone, give the board power and start it up by press­
ing the On/Off key without the system cable connected. Measure the voltage at both sides of R601 and at D600 pin 70 (~5V, fig. 4.4 and 4.2, you follow the PHFI signal). Measure the voltage at both sides of R605 and at D600 pin 67 (~5V, fig. 4.4 and 4.2, you follow the EXTAUDI signal). • If the voltage is low only at one side of R601 or R605, replace the corresponding resistor (fig. 4.4, both of class A). • If the voltage is low at both sides of R601 or R605, check the VS1MPAD voltage at the marked sides of R635 and R636 (~5V, fig. 4.4). * If there is no voltage, check the resistance from the marked side of R635 or R636 to N705 pin 3 (~0 ohms, fig. 4.4 and 4.2). * if the resistance is too high there's a foil damage and the phone is to be discarded. * If the resistance is correct, proceed to section 4.3. * if there is VS1MPAD voltage at the marked side of R635 or R636, measure the resistances of them (both are ~22 kohms and in fig. 4.4). * If any of the resistances are incorrect, replace the corresponding resistor. 4/00021 -2/FEA 209 544/1 .G 25(112) ERICSSON Ъ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs Measure the resistance from X602 pad 5 to ground (> 100 kohms). * If it's too low, make sure there's no dirt or oxide between the compo­
nents in the marked area (fig. 4.5). Clean thoroughly and measure again. X602:l X602:2 X602:3 X602:5 X602:4 Fig. 4.5 * If the resistance still is too low, remove R601 (class A, fig. 4.4). * If the resistance increased, replace D600 (class B, fig. 4.2) and mount a new R601. * If the resistance didn't increase when removing R601 or it didn't help by replacing D600, send the phone to the next level. ^ * Measure the resistance from X602 pad 3 to ground (>100 kohms). * If it's too low, make sure there's no dirt or oxide between the compo­
nents in the marked area (fig. 4.5). Clean thoroughly and measure again. * If the resistance still is too low, remove R605 (class A, fig. 4.4) and measure again. * If the resistance increased, replace D600 (class B, fig. 4.2) and mount a new R605. * If the resistance didn't increase when removing R605 or it didn't help by replacing D600, send the phone to the next level. If all the above measured resistances are correct, but some of the voltages at R601 or R605 are low it's either caused by a slight short circuit due to dirt at the marked area in fig. 4.5, broken F603 or broken F604. • If the voltages at R601 and R605 are correct, connect a handsfree to the system connector. • Measure the voltages at both sides of R601 (~0V, fig. 4.4) and at D600 pin 70 (~0V, fig. 4.2). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 26(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If the voltages aren't correct, check the soldering of D600 pin 70 (fig. 4.2). * If the soldering is correct, check the resistance of R601 (~1 kohms, class A). * If the resistance is correct, replace D600 (class B, fig. 4.2). * If the voltages are correct, check the solderings of N800, D600 and D900 (fig. 4.3 and 4.2). If the fault remains, send the phone to the next level. 4.5 Handsfree microphone out of order. The fault is caused by an interruption somewhere in the audio path from the hands-
free microphone (connected at the system connector) to the input at N800. The audio path is shown in fig. 4.6. X600:2 ATMS R830 R825 I C810 R802 C812 zzh-Ч н=Ь—Hr-
~3,1V I U CS35 AGND X600:4 N800:19 R805 AGND X600:4 v ^ Fig. 4.6 Open the phone and check for liquid damages, especially around the system connec­
tor (X602) pads 1, 2 and 4 (fig. 4.5). Measure the resistances of C850 (>100 kohms) and C851 (>1 kohms, both in fig. 4.3). Make sure all the components shown in fig. 4.6 (R830, R825, R802, R805, C835, C810 and C812) are mounted at the circuit board (fig. 4.3). Check the solderings of N800. Give the board power and start it up by pressing the On/Off key without the system cable connected. Measure the voltage at the marked side of R825 (~3.1 V, fig. 4.3). • If the voltage isn't there or if it is incorrect, check the VAN A voltage at the marked side of R830. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 27(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If the VANA voltage isn't correct, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-
fault). * If VANA is correct, check the resistances of R830 (470 ohms), R825 (3.3 kohms) and C835 (>1 kohms, all of class A and in fig. 4.3). • If the voltage at R825 is correct, check the resistances of C810 (> 10 kohms), C812 (>100 kohms), R802 (-3.9 kohms) and R805 (-15 kohms, all four of class A and in fig. 4.3). If the fault remains, send the phone to the next level. 4.6 Handsfree speaker out of order. The fault is caused by an interruption somewhere in the audio path from the output of N800 to the handsfree speaker (connected at the system connector). The audio path is shown in fig. 4.7. N800:22 R803 C813 AFMS X600:l R804 T AGND X600:4 ч ^ Fig. 4.7 Open the phone and check for liquid damages, especially around the system connec­
tor (X602) pads 1, 2 and 4 (fig. 4.5). Measure the resistances of C850 (>100 kohms) and C851 (>1 kohms, both in fig. 4.3). Make sure all the components shown in fig. 4.7 (R803, R804 and C813) are mounted at the circuit board (fig. 4.3). Check the solderings of N800 (fig. 4.3). Measure the resistances of R803 (-100 ohms), R804 (-100 kohms) and C813 (>100 kohms, all of class A and in fig. 4.3). Measure the resistance from the marked side of C813 to system connector (X602) pad 1 (-0 ohms, fig. 4.5) • If the resistance is too high there's a foil damage and the phone is to be dis­
carded. If the fault remains, use the schematics. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 28(112) v ^ ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4.7 Both the microphone and the speaker of the handsfree out of order but the ear-
phone and the microphone of the phone is working. Open the phone and check for liquid damages, especially within the marked area above the system connector pads in fig. 4.5. Clean the marked area using alcohol and a brush. Measure the resistance from X602 pad 3 to the unmarked side of R635 (~0 ohms, fig. 4.4 and 4.5). Measure the resistance from X602 pad 5 to the unmarked side of R636 (~0 ohms, fig. 4.4 and 4.5). • If any of the resistances are too high there's a foil damage and the phone is to be discarded. Measure the resistances of R601 and R605 (both are 1 kohms, of class A and in fig. 4.4). If all the resistances are correct, check the solderings of N800 and D600 (fig. 4.3 and 4.2). If the fault remains, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021 -2/FEA 209 544/1 .G 29(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 5 Display. 5.1 Kind of fault. Insert a fully charged battery and start it up using the On/Off-key. If it doesn't start, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). If the display is missing one or more segments, proceed to section 7.2. If the display is totally empty, proceed to section 7.3.1. If the contrast is low, proceed to section 7.3.2. If the all the segments in the display are "lit" proceed to section 7.4. _ 5.2 Segments are missing. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Replace the display. Observe that there are two kinds of display for GH 688. 5.3 The display is totally empty or the contrast is low. 5.3.1 The display is totally empty. Start the phone using a dummy battery. Check the current consumption. • If the phone consumes more than 200mA, check the display and see if it is dam-
aged. * If it isn't, replace the elastomer and try again. * If it doesn't help, replace the display and try again. If the current con-
sumption still is high, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). • If the phone consumes less than 200mA, open the phone and check for liquid damages. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 30(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 5.3.2 The display is totally empty or the contrast is low. Give the board power and start it up without a display mounted. GH688 The front side of the board is shown in fig. 5.1 Measure the voltages at V608 (class A) and V611 (class A). The GH 688 uses dis­
plays of two different brands, Philips and Seiko. Fig. 5.2 and 5.3 shows typical volt­
age values for both brands. .Fig. 5.2,5.3 [•a BU№ DO; a ofia n i l r • • ВО» о ли a ль ff« a a. •i SHDS | » B •*••• LC3 D Щ Fig. 5.1 Applies for KRC 1 14 245 and KRC 1 14 277 (Philips displayV PVVM1 GND -1.2V -1.2V VLCD-3.7V C 8 2 4 i : С б 34 U W U V611-
V608 •0.7V C632 •3.8V PWMO Fig. 5.2 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 31(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs Applies for KRC 114 279 (Seiko display): v _ GND -1-7V -1.7V -2.8V C824 C634 V608 V611 •O.PV C632 •2.4V PWMO Fig. 5.3 All of the values approximately 0.2Y If one or more of the voltages are incorrect, measure the resistance if C633 (class A, >100 kohms, fig. 5.5) and C824 (class A, >25 kohms, fig. 5.2 and 5.3). • If any of the resistances are too low, replace the corresponding capacitor. • If both the resistances are correct, replace both diodes. * If any of the voltages at the diodes still are wrong after replacing them, check the solderings at D600 pads 95 and 96. * If they are correct, replace C634 and C632 (class A, fig. 5.2 and 5.3) Applies for KRC 114 245 and KRC 114 277 (Philips display): 4^ -
Make sure that there VLCD (~-3.7V) voltage at H622 pad 5 (fig. 5.5). * If there is no, check the resistances from H622 pad 5 to V611 pin 2 (~0 ohms) and from H622 pad 3 to ground (~0 ohms). * If any of the resistances are too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be discarded. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 32(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs <s R619 R669 Fig. 5.5 If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. Applies for KRC 114 279 fSeiko display): • Make sure that there VLCD (~-2.8V) voltage at H622 pad 5 (fig. 5.5). * If there is no, check the resistances from H622 pad 5 to V611 pin 2 (~0 ohms) and from H622 pad 3 to ground (~0 ohms). * If any of the resistances are too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be discarded. If the problem isn't solved, proceed to section 5.4 (KRC 114 279). GA628 The front side of the circuit board is shown in fig. 5.7. Measure the voltages at the V615 (class A) diode. Compare the measurement to the values in fig. 5.8. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 33(112) "S ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs w • DC У Fig. 5.8 № • отн • n u Jt nl Fig. 5.7 VLCD 5.4V C636-
• • C824 VRPAD 3.8V V615 PWMO 3 6V 0 П -—"DD 3BB9 У ° о •oft» D-D D •o Fig. 5.8 All of the values approximately 0.2Y • If any of the values differ, measure the resistance of C633 (class A, >100 kohms, fig. 5.10) and C824 (class A, >25 kohms, fig. 5.8). * If any of the resistances are too low, replace the corresponding capacitor. * If the resistances and VRPAD are correct, replace the diode. * If the voltages (except VRPAD) at the diode are still incorrect after replacing it, check the soldering at D600 pad 96. If it's correct, replace C636 (class A, fig. 5.8). * If VRPAD is incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't starf'-fault). Make sure that the voltage VLCD (-5.4V) is at H624 pad 1. • If it's not, check the resistances from H624 pad 1 to V615 pin 2 (~0 ohms) and from H624 pad 2 to ground (~0 ohms). * If any of the resistances are too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 34(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs R679 C633 R678 as. ф D DD an R620 Q О D Fig. 5.10 If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 5.4 All the segments in the display are "lit". Open the phone and check for liquid damage. • Try with another display and elastomer. * If it doesn't help, give the board power and start it up without display. •~ GH688 Applies for KRC 114 245 and KRC 114 277 (Philips display): Measure the voltages at the display pads H622 (fig. 5.5): ГлйХ 1 2 3 4 5 6 I sod tor Not in use I2C Clock GND VDIG VLCD I2C Data Voltage -
-3.2V ov -3.2V --3.8V -3.2V Table 5.1 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 35(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs • If VLCD voltage is missing, proceed to section 5.3. • If the I2C-DATA or the I2C-CLOCK voltages are missing, check VDIG (-3.2V). * If VDIG is incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). * If VDIG is correct, measure the resistances of R619 (class A, 2.2 kohms), R620 (class A, 2.2 kohms), R668 (class A, 10 kohms) and R669 (class A, 10 kohms). Make sure the solderings at D600 pads 3 and 4 are correct. * If the resistances and the solderings are correct, replace D600 (class B). Applies for KRC 114 279 Г Seiko display'): Measure the voltages at the display pads H622 (fig. 5.5): ••ШШ 1 2 3 4 5 6 Шес1 for Not in use I2C Clock GND VDIG VLCD I2C Data Voltage -
-3.2V ov -3.2V --2.8V -3.2V Table 5.2 • If VLCD is incorrect, proceed to section 5.3. • If the I2C-DATA or the I2C-CLOCK voltages are missing, check VDIG (-3.2V). * If VDIG is incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). * If VDIG is correct, measure the resistances of R619 (class A, 2.2 kohms), R620 (class A, 2.2 kohms), R668 (class A, 10 kohms) and R669 (class A, 10 kohms). Make sure the solderings at D600 pads 3 and 4 are correct. * If the resistances and the solderings are correct, replace D600 (class B). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 36(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs GA628 Measure the voltages at the display pads H624 (fig. 5.10): к^ ш# 1 2 3 4 5 6 I seU for VLCD GND VDIG VDIG i2C Data I2C Clock Voltage -5.4V ov -3.2V -3.2V -3.2V -3.2V Table 5.3 If VLCD is incorrect, proceed to section 5.3. If the I2C-DATA or the I2C-CLOCK voltages are missing, check VDIG (-3.2 V). * If VDIG is incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). * If VDIG is correct, measure the resistances of R619 (class A, 2.2 kohms), R620 (class A, 2.2 kohms), R678 (class A, 10 kohms) and R679 (class A, 10 kohms). Make sure the solderings at D600 pads 3 and 4 are correct. * If the resistances and the solderings are correct, replace D600 (class B). w If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. Note: Fig. 5.4, 5.6 and 5.9 are not in this document. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 37(112) E RICSSON iS§ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 6 Charging. 6.1 Kind of charging fault. Do a visual check of the battery screws and system connector. Replace if needed. Start the phone with a fully charged battery using the On/Off key. • If it doesn't start, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). • If the phone starts and indicates that it is charging without a charger connected proceed to section 6.2. • If the phone doesn't indicate that it is charging, turn it off and connect a charger to the system connector. * If it starts, indicates that it is charging and lights the red top indicator then the phone is probably working correctly. To verify this, perform the test described in 6.1.1. * If the phone doesn't start, proceed to section 6.3 * If the phone starts and indicates that it is charging but doesn't charge, pro-
ceed to section 6.4. * If it starts and indicates that it is charging but the red top indicator isn't lit, proceed to chapter 9 ("Illumination"-fault). 6.1.1 Verifying the charging function. Connect an ordinary battery to the phone. The voltage of the battery must be so high that you can start the phone with it. Otherwise the charging doesn't start immedi-
ately. Cut the cable from a charger and make a charging test cable. Connect the charging test cable to a power supply that shows the current consump-
tion. Make sure that the DCIO pin is connected to the positive outlet of the power supply. As an alternative you can connect an ordinary battery charger in serial with an ampere meter. Set the power supply at 7.6 V and a current limit of 700mA. Connect the charging test cable to the system connector of the phone and check the current consumption. • There's nothing wrong with the charging function if the phone starts, indicates in the display that it's charging and switches between 700mA (500-800mA depend-
ing on charger model if utilising the alternative solution) and ~5mA with a few seconds interval. Every time you repair a charging fault you have to verify the charging function as described above. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 38 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 6.2 Indicates charging without a charger. Open the phone and check for liquid damages. The component side of the circuit board is shown in fig. 6.1. Fig. 6.2 Fig. 6.6 ;HanD ft! ш»Г j D S Г | jrjfi 1 OQ$ O Q o q ЮГ ж L •1 | D D n v '•C J fci_D • аП2 • •> Fig. 6.1 Give the board power and start it with the On/Off key. Check the voltages VDIG (-3.2V), VRAD (-3.8V, fig. 6.2) and the resistance in R703 (class A, ~0 ohms, fi* 6.3). VDIG T ea V704 Й VRAD ^ Fig. 6.2 R703 Fig. 6.3 • If any of the voltages are incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). • If the voltages are correct, send the phone to the next level. When you've repaired the fault you need to verify the charging function as described in section 6.1.1. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 39(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs 6.3 Doesn't start when charger is inserted. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Check the pads at the system connector for oxidation and bum damages, especially on pad 10(GND, fig. 6.4). w GND - .'•'•• s: . Fig. 6.4 Measure the resistance from DCIO to VBATT (-390 ohms, fig. 6.5). VBATT Fig. 6.5 If the resistance is too low, replace V453 (class B). If it is too high, measure the resistance in R468 (class B, ~0.1 ohms) and R467 (Class A, ~390 ohms, all displayed in fig. 6.6). * If the measured values are correct, check the resistance from DCIO to R467 (~0 ohms, fig. 6.5, 6.6). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 40(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be discarded. —r R468-
• V453 Towards DCIO R467 DnODO° ^N451 DQEL ^ C470 Fig. 6.6 Check the resistance from GND (pad 10) to AGND (pad 4) at the system connector (~0 ohms, fig. 6.5). • If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be dis-
carded. Give the board power and start it by grounding N451 pin 6 (fig. 6.6). • If the phone starts the problem can't be solved at this level. • If it doesn't start, replace V453 (class B, fig. 6.6). * If that doesn't help, replace V704 (class A, fig. 6.2). When you've repaired the fault you need to verify the charging function as described in section 6.1.1. 6.4 Starts and indicates that it is charging but doesn't charge. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Check the system connector pads for oxidation and burn damages, especially pad 10 (GND, fig. 6.4). Measure the resistance from DCIO to VBATT (~390 ohms, fig. 6.5). • If the resistance is too high, measure R468 (class B, ~0.1 ohms) and R467 (class A, -390 ohms, both of the on fig. 6.6). * If the values are correct, check the resistance from DCIO to R467 (~0 ohms, fig. 6.5, 6.6). * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be discarded. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 41 (112) ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Check the resistance from GND (pad 10) and AGND (pad 4, fig. 6.5) at the system connector pads (~0 ohms). • If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone is to be dis-
carded. If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. When you've repaired the fault you need to verify the charging function as described in section 6.1.1. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1 .G 42 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 7 SIM fault ("Insert card"). 7.1 Definition of SIM-fault. Insert a working SIM card and a fully charged battery into the phone. • If the display says "Wrong card" or "Insert correct card" when you start the phone it means that the phone is SlM-locked and cannot be repaired at this level. • If the display say "Phone lock" it means that the customer has locked the phone with a personal code. The phone will be unlocked in the reset part of the level 3 test. • If the display says "PIN:" or "Enter PIN" it means that the SIM-card is locked with a personal code. • Only if the display say "Insert card" there is a SIM fault. 7.2 Measuring VSIMPAD. Measure the voltage at the system connector between pad 8 and 10 (~4.9V, fig. 7.1). • If the voltage is too low or missing, proceed to section 7.3. • If the voltage is correct, proceed to section 7.4. v _ / Pin 10 \ Pin Fig. 7.1 Fig. 7.2 shows the component side of the board and fig. 7.3 the front side. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 43(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Fig. 7.Б осДвпЯ Г"| Г~] QURLJ ' a a = OJ! *-*-
na° ;isp I I '' _ L J в" BODDBOOB El О PL. !°i—i O n t r a nam п.; ••:•• ;; • • -
ЦУГ; C3q HPDa Fig. 7.4 Fig. 7.2 ^ • Lit E 5 a a Fig. 7.5 a аф| • ODD • оД a a О • 0 ?DS U О 0°Й» 'D 'SC D Fig. 7.3 7.3 Voltage at VSIMPAD is missing. Open the phone and check for liquid damages, especially below the SIM-card (J603, fig. 7.4). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 44(112) ERICSSON Ъ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs I0J N7054 a Г""]: П U 'r 1 1 R628 R600 R627 is placed as in this picture at revisions up to R2A w Fig. 7.4 Measure the resistance of R724 (class A, -47 ohms, fig. 7.5). R724-
-a D V609 V705 • V705:l V700:l D D ^ WOO Towards N702:5 R716 Towards N705:2 Fig. 7.5 Give the circuit board power and start it up. Measure the input voltage at N705 pin 2 (~3.1V,fig.7.4). • If the voltage is too low or missing, check the VDIG voltage (~3.2 V) at N702 pin 5 or at C600 (fig. 7.6). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 45(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs N702 N702:5 w VDIG R627 is placed according to this picture at board revisions R3A and newer. Fig. 7.6 * If VDIG is too low, measure the resistance to ground. * If it's more than 500 ohms, replace N702 (class A). * If it's less than 500 ohms, send to next level. * If VDIG is correct, measure the resistance of R716 (class A, ~4.7 ohms, fig. 7.5). * If the resistance is correct, check the resistance from R716 to N702 pin 5 (~0 ohms) and from R716 (opposite side) to N705 pin 2 (~0 ohms). * If any of the resistances are too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. * If the input voltage at N705 pin 2 is correct, measure the output voltage VSIMPAD (~5V) at N705 pin 3 (class A, fig. 7.4). * If the voltage is incorrect, replace N705. * If there is correct voltage, it could be foil damage between N705 pin 3 and R724 or between N705 pin 3 and V700 pin 1/V705 pin 1 (fig. 7.5, 7.4). If there is a foil damage the phone should be discarded. 7.4 There is voltage at VSIMPAD. Check the SIM-card holder and make sure that the SIM-card contacts aren't dirty, bent or broken. Open the phone and check for liquid damage, especially below the SIM-card holder (J603, fig. 7.4). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 46(112) ERICSSON $ w GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Make sure that the SlM-card holder is properly soldered. Make sure the SlM-card holder pads aren't loose (if they are, then the phone should be discarded due to foil damage) and that the board leads are intact. Measure the resistance of R704 (class A, ~100 kohms, fig. 7.5). Check the solderings at D600 pins 64, 72, 73, 74 and 75 (fig. 7.6). Measure the resistance of R600 (class A, ~33 ohms), R627 (class A, ~0 ohms) and R628 (class A, -33 ohms, fig. 7.4). The resistor R627 is placed according to fig. 7.7 at revision R3A and above. Check the resistances from R600 to J603 pin 2 (~0 ohms) and from R628 to J603 pin 7 (~0 ohms). • if any of them are too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be dis-
carded. Replace V700 (class A) and V609 (class A, fig. 7.5). If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1.G 47 (112) ERICSSON SS* GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 8 Keyboard. 8.1 Kind of keyboard fault. Insert a SIM card and a fully charged battery. Start the phone using the On/Off-key. • If it doesn't start at all proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). • If the phone (GH 688) consumes approximately 60mA (average, varies), the bat-
tery indicator blinks once or twice and then turns itself off proceed to section 8.2. Press all the keys (including the volume keys on the GH 688) to check which of the keys that are faulty. The following is the easiest way to check the keyboard: 1. Go to Menu/Setting/Key sound and choose "Click". 2. Press keys 1-9, *, 0, #. The phone should click and the display should show the corresponding symbol for each key pressed. Then press "Yes", "No", "Clr", "<" and ">". When pressing "Yes" the phone should try to place a call and when pressing "No" it should disconnect it. The "Clr" key should make the phone erase one or more symbols/numbers in the display when pressed. When pressing the keys "<" and ">" the phone should enter the menu for you to skim through. 3. Press the volume keys on the side of the phone (GH 688). The phone should click at every key pressed. • If only the volume keys are faulty proceed to section 8.2 • If one or more of the keyboard keys are faulty proceed to section 8.3 • If the volume keys and one or more of the keyboard keys are faulty proceed to section 8.2 and then to 8.3. ^ 8.2 Volume keys faulty. Open the phone and check for liquid damage, especially around X820 (fig 8.1). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 48 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs w []Q • о 4 • й П л • D 3 D" О Fig. 8.7 Fig. 8.1 Clean the pads thoroughly. X820 V- GND V+ W Ю П I—4a i LJI Jflnl S№ в7 • D Measure the resistance from V+ to GND. • If the resistance is more than 25 kohms, replace the flex film for the volume keys. Assemble the phone and check if the volume keys work according to 8.1. * If not, replace D600 (class B, fig. 8.2). • If the resistance is less than 25 kohms, replace D600 (class B, fig. 8.2). ^ :Bn ;D OS f C600 VDIG Qi a a= . D600 • Q § Q $?a S W t f '..18бФ " n I 4 a flDo PlLJaa PL DQ BfltPMffij "О !"• •« у ППШ: DB • . Fig. 8.2 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 49(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 8.3 One or more keys faulty. Open the phone and check for liquid damage, especially around the keys that are faulty. Clean the keyboard pads thoroughly and assemble the phone with a new keyboard. Check functionality according to 8.1. If it didn't help, open the phone, give it power and start it up. Measure VDIG (-3.2V) on C600 (fig. 8.2). • if VDIG is incorrect, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). Keyboard schematics GH 688 - и CN CO w VDIG-
R630 row 1 D600:125 о о О о - 2 R631 row 2 D600:124 ^ П 31 п ; тип"! 23 J — 5 С 3 - 8 - 9 Yesl R633 row 4 D600:122 \ * — о -\ # \- Clr R634 row 5 D600:12Q 4 1 - ^ С 3 D600:126 D600:127 D600:l D600:128 Л Volume Buttons v+ „,,n VBATT HZZJ-1 Nol T R661 EXT' Fig. 8.3 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 50(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Keyboard schematics GA 628 •^ cs en VDIG R630 row 1 D600:125 о о о \ 1 - 2 R631 row 2 D600:124 \ CIJ 4 -
5 - 6 R632 row3 D600:123 С ZC J - 8 - 9 R633 row 4 D600:122 \ CIJ - 0 R634 row 5 D600:120 Ы С 3 D600:126 D600:127-
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J о fes2 Or VBATT No2 Г ONSRQ w Fig. 8.4 • If VDIG is correct, check if there is correct voltage (~3.2V) at marked sides on the pads of the faulty keys (GH 688 shown on fig. 8.5, GA 628 on fig. 8.6). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 51(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs GH688 Crossed out pads are not in use. Fig. 8.5 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 52(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs GA628 . f'j* W ^ л ! I.i I.]' •• !^Hf''5 j' • '"p • IV ft 1 «... jj * -,i 4£ в * ? -. ( -?#l^.|j M 1 I i I I I I'll ! I ! i л * # я i я !; Fig. 8.6 Crossed out pads are not in use. If there is no voltage at a whole row according to fig. 8.5/8.6 (for instance 1, 2, 3, Yes2), measure the resistance of that row's resistor (R630, R631, R632, R633 and R634, fig. 8.7). In this case the R630 resistor. All the resistors are of class A and should be ~100kohms. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 53(112) ERICSSON 5 GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs Towards VDIG R633 о I 8 V' В C3 Ьп ° В R630 R631 R634 Towards VDIG/C600 4 ^' Fig. 8.7 If the resistance is correct, measure the resistance from C600 (fig. 8.2) to marked side of the resistors of the row (R630-R634, in this case R630, should be ~0 ohms) and from the other side of the resistor to the marked side of the keyboard pads (~0 ohms). * If any of the resistances are too high it means that there's a foil damage in the circuit board and the board is to be discarded. * If all of the resistances are correct, check the solderings at D600 pads 1 and 120-128. * If all of the solderings are correct, replace D600 (class B). If there are voltage on only some of the pads on a row (for instance on pad I and 2 but not on pad 2, 4 or Yes2), there's a foil damage and the board is to be discarded. This can be verified through checking the resistance from marked side on a working pad to marked side of a non-working pad (~0 ohms). The foil damage is often caused by liquid damage. If a column or a part of it is faulty, check the solderings of D600 pads 1 and 120-
128. • If all the solderings are correct, replace D600 (class B). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 54(112) ERICSSON S^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 9 Illumination and buzzer. 9.1 Kind of fault. Insert a dummy battery and a SIM card into the phone, press the On/Off-key and wait for the phone to get serv (instrument or net). • If the phone doesn't beep when starting up, go to Menu/Setting/Ring level (Menu/Ring level at the GA 628) and try to raise the ring level to full. If there is no sound or if it is only faint proceed to section 9.2. • If the illumination of the display doesn't light up at start, proceed to section 9.3. • If the illumination of the keyboard doesn't light up at start proceed to section 9.4. • If the top indicator of the phone doesn't start to blink green when getting serv, proceed to section 9.5. When the phone has gotten serv and the top indicator starts to blink green lower the battery voltage to 4.2 V. The top indicator should start to blink red instead of green, the battery indicator should show an empty battery and the phone should warn with a beep. • If the battery indicator doesn't show an empty battery, the top indicator doesn't blink red and the phone doesn't beep it means that the phone needs a battery cal-
ibration. • If the battery indicator shows an empty battery, the phone beep but the top indi-
cator doesn't blink, proceed to section 9.6. • If the top indicator glows with both colors and the buzzer sounds faintly, proceed to section 9.7. 9.2 Buzzer sounds faintly or not at all. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Both sides of the circuit board are shown in fig. 9.1. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 55 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Fig. 9.6 DU; V q. • cifln • в!) a • DOn • О n Hfi£4 =П H653 j[] H652 1П' H651 ;П -П •_ Fig. 9.1a Fig. 9.2 Fig. 9.3 Я П ;D 1 ~' o o BUa e o DID В ensf i 9 л D с i о •ДЬУ дв D Жг и - fif BOJOeoB 1ЕЛ •1 fci 1С miu J • •» QD B e DDED Q: . . v ^ Fig. 9.1b Make sure the buzzer, H600 (class A, fig. 9.1a) is properly soldered. • If solderings are correct, replace the buzzer. Assemble the phone and test the buzzer again according to 9.1. * If the problem is solved, send the phone through the usual flow. If the fault remains, disassemble the phone. Give the board power and start it up. Measure the voltage at H600 pad 1 (-3.3V, fig. 9.2). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 56(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs V606:3 VBATT V706:3 V706:2 H600 V706 ч_ Fig. 9.2 If the voltage is missing at H600 pad 1, measure VRPAD (-3.8 V) at V706 pad 2 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If the voltage at V706 pad 2 is missing, check if VRPAD is at C453 (fig. 9.3). VRPAD C453 _ г-rf "3J \ri -~ a Q p B L.J rt С5У ivj • I Г~1 nf*f(°* Г~| » пп: R651 R607 Fig. 9.3 * If VRPAD is incorrect or missing, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-
fault). * If the voltage at C453 is correct, check the resistance from C453 and V706 pad 2 (-0 ohms). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 57(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. * If VRPAD at V706 pad 2 is correct, measure the resistance from VBATT to V706 pad 3 (-4.7 ohms, fig. 9.2) * If the resistance is too high, replace R652 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If the resistance is still too high after replacing R652 there is proba­
bly a foil damage somewhere between VBATT and marked side of R652 and the phone should be discarded. * If the resistance from VBATT to V706 pad 3 is correct, replace V706 (class A). Measure the resistance from H600 pad 2 to V606 pad 3(10 ohms, fig. 9.2). • If the resistance is too high replace R653 (class A, fig. 9.2). • If the resistance is correct, check the soldering at D600 pad 91 (fig. 9.3). * If the soldering is correct, replace R651 (class A, fig. 9.3) and V606 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If that doesn't help, replace D600 (class B, fig. 9.3). If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 9.3 The illumination of the display is missing or faintly glowing. Open the phone and check for liquid damage, especially at the marked area in fig. 9.4. Make sure all the LEDs (H651, H652, H653 and H654, all class A, fig. 9.1) are properly mounted and soldered. 4 _, гШ ^i':,mnszwz^m^ . ii - ;ii ?• й. •—Ъ<мшы *ШтшЩ теш ""-;/•->% Fig. 9.4 Give the board power and start it up. If a few, but not all of the LEDs aren't lit, replace them. • If none of the LEDs are lit, measure the resistance of one of them. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 58(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs If the resistance is ~0 ohms at least one of them is shorted out. The simplest way of finding out which one of them is shorted out is by looking underneath the LED like in fig. 9.5. You can usually see dirt beneath the LED that is causing the short circuit. * If you can't see anything like that, remove the LEDs in the following order; H654, H651, H653 and finally H652. Measure the resistance after removing a LED. When the resistance increases it means that the faulty LED is removed. Mount new LEDs where you have removed the old ones. W Fig. 9.5 If the resistance of the LEDs is high, make sure that there is VBATT voltage at the marked side of the LEDs (fig. 9.1). * If VBATT is missing it most likely means that the phone is liquid damaged. If VBATT is correct, check that R612 (~0 ohms, class A), R610 (-27 ohms, class A) and R606 (~0 ohms, class A) are properly mounted and that they have the correct resistance (all in fig. 9.6). w R606 R611 H660 El О PfbD H658 i Js> H656 • H659 D H657 R612 1 T R610 H655 • Fig. 9.6 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 59(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Table 9.1 shows symptoms when the resistance of the resistors are incorrect. ^ w w Missing or broken R606 R611 R612 R610 H6S4 Faintly glowing Lit Not lit Not lit mm Not lit Not lit Faintly glowing Lit Table 9.1 • If none of the LEDs H651-H654/H655-H660 (fig. 9.1 and 9.6) are lit, measure the voltage at the marked of R607 (~3.1 V, fig. 9.3). Before you measure you have to press a key on the phone to make the processor set the LED3K signal high for about 10 seconds. * If the voltage is missing, check the soldering at D600 pin 92 (fig. 9.3). * If the soldering is correct, replace D600 (class B). * If the voltage is correct, replace R607 (class A). 9.4 The keyboardillumination is missing or faintly glowing. Open the phone and check for liquid damage, especially at marked area in fig. 9.4. Make sure that all the LEDs H655-H660 (class A, fig. 9.6) are physically intact, cor-
rectly mounted and soldered. Give the board power and start it up. If a few but not all of the LEDs are lit, replace them. • If none of the LEDs are lit, make sure that the VBATT voltage is at marked side of the LEDs. * If VBATT is missing it most likely means that the phone is liquid damaged. * If VBATT is correct, check that R612 (~0 ohms, class A), R611 (-47 ohms, class A), R610 (-27 ohms, class A) and R606 (~0 ohms, class A) are properly mounted and that they have the correct resistance (all in fig. 9.6). Table 1 shows symptoms when the resistance of the resistors are incorrect. • If none of the LEDs H651-H654/H655-H660 (fig. 9.1 and 9.6) are lit, measure the voltage at the marked side of R607 (~3.1 V, fig. 9.3). Before you measure you have to press a key on the phone to make the processor set the LED3K signal high for about 10 seconds. * If the voltage is missing, check the soldering at D600 pin 92 (fig. 9.3). * If the soldering is correct, replace D600 (class B). * If the voltage is correct, replace R607 (class A). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 60(112) ERICSSON $ ^ <^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 9.5 Green LED at the topindicator doesn't work. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. The front side of the board is shown in fig. 9.1. Make sure the double LED H650 (class A, fig. 9.1) is correctly soldered. • If the solderings are correct, give the board power and start it up. Measure the voltage at H600 pad 1 (-3.3V, fig. 9.2). • If the voltage is missing at H600 pad 1, measure VRPAD (-3.8 V) at V706 pad 2 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If the voltage at V706 pad 2 is missing, check if VRPAD is at C453 (fig. 9.3). * If VRPAD is incorrect or missing, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-
fault). * If the voltage at C453 is correct, check the resistance from C453 and V706 pad 2 (-0 ohms). * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. * If the VRPAD voltage at V706 pad 2 is correct, measure the resistance from VBATT to V706 pad 3 (-4.7 ohms, fig. 9.2). * If the resistance is too high, replace R652 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If the resistance still is too high after replacing R652 there's probably a foil damage somewhere between VBATT and marked side of R652 and the phone should be discarded. * If the resistance from VBATT to V706 pad 3 is correct, replace V706 (class A). Check the soldering at D600 pad 94. If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 9.6 Red LED at the topindicator doesn't work. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. The front side of the board is shown in fig. 9.1. Make sure the double LED H650 (class A, fig. 9.1) is correctly soldered. • If the solderings are correct, give the board power and start it up. Measure the voltage at H600 pad 1 (-3.3V, fig. 9.2). • If the voltage is missing at H600 pad 1, measure VRPAD (-3.8 V) at V706 pad 2 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If the voltage at V706 pad 2 is missing, check if VRPAD is at C453 (fig. 9.3). 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 61(112) ERICSSON 8^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs * If VRPAD is incorrect or missing, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-
fault). * If the voltage at C453 is correct, check the resistance from C453 and V706 pad 2 (~0 ohms). * If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. * If VRPAD at V706 pad 2 is correct, measure the resistance from VBATT to V706 pad 3 (-4.7 ohms, fig. 9.2). * If the resistance is too high, replace R652 (class A, fig. 9.2). * If the resistance is still too high after replacing R652 there is proba-
bly a foil damage somewhere between VBATT and marked side of R652 and the phone should be discarded. * If the resistance from VBATT to V706 pad 3 is correct, replace V706 (class A). Check the soldering at D600 pad 93. If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 9.7 Both LEDs at the top indicator glows faintly and the buzzer sounds faintly. Open the phone and check for liquid damage. Give the board power and start it up. Measure VRPAD (-3.8V) at v706 pin 2 (class A, fig. 9.2). • If VRPAD is correct, replace V706 (class A). * If that doesn't help replace R652 (class A). • If the voltage at V706 pin 2 is missing, check if there is voltage at C453 (~3.8V, fig. 9.3). * If it's incorrect or missing, proceed to chapter 3 ("Doesn't start"-fault). * If the voltage at C453 is correct, check the resistance from C453 to V706 pad 2 (~0 ohms). *If the resistance is too high there is a foil damage and the phone should be discarded. If the problem isn't solved, send the phone to the next level. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1.G 62 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 10 RTC 10.1 Find fault. Insert a SIM card and a fully charged battery into the phone and start it up. Set the correct time. Remove the battery and reinsert it after a minute. • If the time says 00:00 proceed to section 10.2. Compare to the correct time. • If the clock is speeding or is halted proceed to section 10.3 The component side of the circuit board is shown in fig. 10.1. Fig. 10.3 JSnt —Ha Пп "[ J „111 [ | QUI; / Li I D43 If 3 I пВф Sfi "^ « QD l oi—pa u"°yp n, 1 ^ 00 л D ;,• В П. S'Qflb.Ds а ч aODlZlCBBc * • « л EDQb S° J [?,!!U—i s? i —i am;;: •, • Д О И Л BPDC Fig. 10.1 10.2 The time says 00:00 after removed and reinserted battery. Open the phone and check if the backup capacitor C720 (class A, fig. 1.2) is cor­
rectly soldered. 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 63(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs №\ W q. • CiVLn • пЗ_Р • о ООп • пД Jf. ff. X3 •_ Fig. 10.2 C720 If it is, replace it. Assemble the phone, start it and set the correct time. Wait a few minutes for the backup capacitor to charge. Remove the battery and reinsert it after a minute. Check if the error is fixed (the backup capacitor needs a few hours of charging to reach full capacity). Compare to the correct time. If the clock is speed­
ing or is halted, proceed to section 1.3. 10.3 The clock is speeding or doesn't change. Open the phone and check if the crystal B600 is correctly soldered. • If it is then replace B600, C690 and C691 (all of them class A). NOTE! The val­
ues of C690 and C691 varies depending on the version of the D600, see the spare part list. w All components are shown on fig 1.3. Assemble the phone and compare to the cor­
rect time. рбвПфсэа B600 Fig. 10.3 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 64(112) ERICSSON 8^ GH688.GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 11 Component lists 11.1 Explanation 11.1.1 Mounting drawing table The Mounting drawings show the components placements (Pos) at the printed board. The Mounting drawings are not included in this document. 11.1.2 Component list Position: The components position number at the board. Designation: Description of the component. Part No.: The components part number, or reference to Revision Change table. Note: Functions that are affected if the component is replaced. The specified verification should be paid extra attention when testing the telephone. 11.1.3 Revision change table If there are multiple part numbers for a position, the tables specifies which one to use for different boards or board revision. 4 _ 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 65 (112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 11.2 Mounting drawing tables GH688 _ Board part nr Mounting drawing 2/ROA 117 3307/1 2/ROA 117 3307/3 2/ROA 117 3307/4 2/ROA 117 3307/5 2/ROA 117 3307/6 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/6 R1A-
R1C RevD R2A-
R3B. RevE R3A-
R3C R3B R3B-
R3C RevF R4A Rev J R4A Rev A R4B Rev В GA628 v^ Board part nr Mounting drawing 2/ROA 117 3308/1 2/ROA 117 3308/2 2/ROA 117 3308/3 2/ROA 117 3308/4 2/ROA 117 3308/5 2/ROA 117 3308/7 1078-2/ROA 117 3307/1 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/1 1078-2/ROA 117 3308/4 R1A-
R1D RevD R2A-
R2B. R2B Rev A R3A-
R3B R3A-
R3B R3A-
R3B R3A-
R3B R3B Rev В R4A-
R4B R4B-
R4C RevE R5A-
R5B R5A-
R5B Rev A R5C R5C Rev В 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 66(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs 11.3 Component list GH688 2/ROA 117 3307/1, 2/ROA 117 3307/3, 2/ROA 117 3307/4, 2/ROA 117 3307/5, 2/ROA 117 3307/6 ^ y ^ •Ш ;;•••'• B600 C100 C101 C102 C103 C108-
C110 CI 11 C112 С113 C114 C115 C116-C124 C125 С126 С127 C128 C129 C130 С131 С132 С134 С201 С202 С203 С204 С213 С214 С221 С222 IJlUgnatioi* QUARTZ CRYS­
TAL CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR нн\Ш$Ш RTM501 661/01 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 V.UbHH \-ott> Verify Real Time Clock function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 67(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 _ 4 ^ l*tiS C223 C224 C225 C226 C227 C230 C231 C234 C235 C250 C251 C252 C254 C255 C300 C301 C302 C310 C311 C350 C351 C352 C353 C355 C356 C357 C358 C359 C360 C361 C370 C371 C400 C401 C402 C403 C404 Designation CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Part SiK RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/1 RJC 463 3021/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/33 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/56 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJA 532 4054/33 RJC 463 3023/1 RJC 463 3023/12 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJE340 1168/33 RJC 464 3025/1 OH6HS Note 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 68(112) ERICSSON 5 GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs w ^ \xm C405 C406 C407-C409 C421 C422 C423 C424 C425 C426 C428 C429-C430 C435 C450 C451 C452 C453 C454 C455 C456 C457 C458 C459 C460-C461 C462 C463 C464 C465 C468 C470 C501 C502 C503 C505 C507 C509 C510 C511 ШНвдо&л* CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Purl Siu RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/18 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/12 See revision change table Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJE599 1167/33 RJE599 1167/33 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/47 RJC 464 3024/82 See revision change table RJA 532 4054/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/22 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3036/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/82 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/68 .'.";•'• GHftB Not» '."'•'.: Verify charging function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 69(112) ERICSSON 5 GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ Pm C513 C518 C530 C540 C541 C542 C543 C544 C545 C600 C602-C606 C608-C609 C610 C611 C614 C615 C616 C623 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630 C631 C632 C633 C634 C635 C636 C637 C638 C639 C642 C643-C644 C645-C646 C647 явшйроп -
CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Piirl S| i RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/56 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJE599 1108/1W See revision change table See revision change table RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 See revision change table See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/22 RJC 463 3022/22 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted RJC 463 3023/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3023/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3023/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table OH6HH Note Verify SIM function Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify display function Verify display function Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify display function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/l.G 70(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs W ^ PQS C648 C650 C651 C652 C656-C659 C660 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 C667 C668 C669 C670 C671 C672 C674 C677-C679 C680 C681-C683 C690-C691 C692 C701 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C716 C719 C720 C721 C730 • f c » a t i o n' CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Purl No, Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted See revision change table RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3025/1 See revision change table Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3023/33 Not mounted See revision change table RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table RJE599 2107/47A RJC 464 3036/1 RJC 464 3036/1 RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table RJC 464 3047/1 RJE599 1167/1 RJE 323 1256/6 RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table • :•••• Шш \ш Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify handsfree mic function Verify charging function Verify flash function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify charging function Verify display function Verify Real Time Clock function Verify Real Time Clock function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify Real Time Clock function Verify Real Time Clock function Verify Real Time Clock function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 71(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 _ K^ Pos C802-C808 C810 C812 C813 C814 C815 C816 C817 C818 C819 C820 C824 C826 C828 C829 C830 C833 C835 C840 C841 C842 C850 C851 C853 C854 C900 C902-C907 C910 D600 D610 D620 D900 E201 F601 F602 Designation CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted MICROCIRCUIT MICROCIRCU1T MICROCIRCUIT FUNCTIONAL CIRCUIT SHIELDING POT VARISTOR Not mounted Part No* See revision change table RJC 464 3035/33 RJC 464 3035/68 RJE 599 2107/15 RJE 599 2107/47A RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJA 532 4055/12 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3035/68 RJE599 2107/47A RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJE 599 1108/1W See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table RYT 118 6061/1 RYT 119 6047/1 See revision change table SXA 120 1194/4 See revision change table Not mounted GH6W :§Ш:Ш-:.'•'• •/•• Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify display function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify earphone function Verify earphone function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 11 (Ml) ERICSSON GH688.GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs V^ F603 1F6OT ~F605~ H600 H622 H624 H650 H651-H654 H655-H660 ТбОЗ See revision change table VAR1STOR VAR1STOR BUZZER" Not mounted Not mounted LIGHT EMIT TING DIODE LIGHT ЕМГГ-
TING DIODE LIGHT EMlf-
TING DIODE COMPONENT HOLDER СОШЁСТОЙ CHOKE INDUCTOR INDUCTOR CHOKE CHOKE INDUCTOR FILTER _ INDUCTOR FILTER CHOKE TRANSFORMER FILTER ~ FILTER FILTER INDUCTOR See revision change table Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted See revision change table See revision change table KLJ 107 08/2 Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 433 613/1 , 'Ш0Щ ^ f y ^ o T t ^ ^ tion Verify red/green top indicator RKZ 433 641/4 RKZ 433 634/4 RNK 860 23/04 S XAT2 0 1210" REG7044742/12T REG 704 4731/56 REG^04954272T REG 704 2153/15 ^ Ш7 0 4 1 7 3 Ш" REG 706 06/1 REG 704 274/22 REG 706 06/1 R5 P 7 0 4 2 1 2/2 7 REG704 23/28 ' REG 706 06/1 " REG 706 06/T REG 706 06/1 See revision change table See revision change table Not mounted ^See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table QPP revision change table_ Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 73(U2) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs v_ w Pos N350 N450 N701 N702 N705 N706 R220 R221 R222 R224 R225 R226 R227 R230 R241 R242 R243 R250 R301 R316 R317 R351 R352 R356 R357 R358 R359 R400-R401 R402 R420 R421 R422 R423 R424 R429 R450 R451 Designation M1CROC1RCU1T M1CROC1RCU1T M1CROC1RCU1T M1CROC1RCU1T M1CROC1RCU1T M1CROC1RCU1T RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted THERMISTOR Part ,\<n RYT 102 6054/1 RYT 113 6072/2 RYT 113 6095/1 RYT 113 6095/1 RYT113 048/C RYT 113 6071/5 REP 622 454/47 REP 622 455/1 REP 622 453/27 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 452/82 REP 622 453/27 REP 622 453/56 REP 622 453/56 See revision change table REP 622 653/68 REP 622 454/22 REP 622 453/27 REP 622 452/56 REP 622 452/1 REP 622 452/1 REP 622 455/12 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 452/47 See revision change table See revision change table REP 622 454/56 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/56 REP 622 452/47 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table mim \ш Verify Real Time Clock function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 74(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ 4 _ PttS R452 R453 R454 R455 R456 R460 R464 R465 R466 R467 R468 R469 R470 R471 R501 R502 R520-R521 R522 R600 R601 R602 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R613 R614 R616 R617 R618 R619 Resignation RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR ШРШ:1 Pari \ti. REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/27 See revision change table REP 622 451/22 REP 622 455/33 REP 622 457/1 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 645 623/39 REP 645 620/1 REP 622 455/15 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 455/33 REP 622 452/12 REP 622 453/47 See revision change table Not mounted REP 622 452/33 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 453/47 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/15 Not mounted REP 622 452/27 REP 622 452/47 See revision change table REP 622 455/1 Not mounted REP 622 456/1 REP 622 455/15 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/22 '.:- QH(M Note Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify SIM function Verify portable handsfree func­
tion Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify flash function Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 75(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 ^ 4 ^ Иш R620 R621 R622 R623 R625 R627 R628 R629 R630 R631 R632 R633 R634 R635 R636 R639 R646 R647 R648 R650 R651 R652 R653 R660 R661 R662 R663 R664 R666 R668 R669 R673 R674 R678 R679 R700 Ippi naUont RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR Not mounted Not mounted RESISTOR Part N<K REP 622 454/22 REP 622 455/1 REP 622 454/1 See revision change table REP 622 453/47 See revision change table REP 622 452/33 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/33 Not mounted REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 451/47 REP 624 652/1 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted See revision change table See revision change table REP 622 455/1 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted See revision change table Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 456/1 .. 'mm Nfrt« Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify keyboard function Verify keyboard function Verify keyboard function Verify keyboard function Verify keyboard function Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify portable handsfree func­
tion Verify display function Verify flash function Verify keyboard function Verify keyboard function Verify display function Verify display function Verify display function Verify On/Off-function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 76(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs w f*o,s R703 R704 R707 R708 R709 R716 R719 R720 R721 R724 R725 R802 R803 R804 R805 R807 R808 R812 R813 R814 R815 R817 R818 R819 R820 R822 R823 R825 R830 R831 R833 R834 R900 R901 R902 iBi»^»"» RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Part No. See revision change table REP 622 456/1 See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table REP 622 451/47 REP 622 455/47 REP 622 456/18 Not mounted REP 624 652/47 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 654/39 REP 622 653/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 655/15 REP 622 656/1 REP 622 655/33 REP 622 654/15 Not mounted REP 622 453/47 REP 622 656/1 See revision change table REP 622 455/22 See revision change table REP 622 654/15 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 654/33 REP 622 453/47 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table REP 622 455/1 REP 622 455/1 REP 622 455/1 GH6H8 llBl Verify SIM function Verify On/Off-function Verify SIM function Verify Real Time Clock function Verify Real Time Clock function Verify vehicle hands free function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree earphone func-
tion Verify handsfree earphone func-
tion Verify handsfree mic function Verify display function Verify display function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree mic function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 77(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs v _ JPos R903 R904 R905 R906 R907 R908 R909 R910 U201 V220 V300 V301 V302 V350 V351 V400 V401 V402 V403 V404-V405 V450 V451 V452 V453 V454 V502 V605 V606 V607 V608 V609 V611 V613 V614 V615 V673 V700 Designation RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted TRANSFORMER TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Not mounted DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Not mounted Not mounted TRANSISTOR Part No. REP 622 455/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 Not mounted REG 704 109/1 RYN 121 1606/1 RYN901 603/1 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 121 6070/1 RYN 121 6070/1 RKZ 323 650/1 RKZ 323 650/1 See revision change table RYN 120 629/2 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 122 654/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted RKZ 123 647/1 RYN 121 6086/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RKZ 123 646/1 See revision change table RKZ 123 646/1 RYN 121 6086/1 RYN 121 6086/1 Not mounted Not mounted RYN 122 625/1 •. GH6HK Note Verify charging function Verify flash function Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify display function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify SIM function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 78(112) ERICSSON GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs (HI 6*8 mi V70l V702 V704 "V70? V706 V708-V705' V7lT V805 V806 X401 TRANSISTOR DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE DIODE CONTACT 1NG SAW-FILTER SAW-FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER J*artNin RYN 121 606У/1 RKZ 123 647/Г RYN 120 647/1 5 у г Л 2 0 ^ 4 7/Г RYN 121 6086/1 See revision change table RKZ 123 647/1 ' RKZ 123 646/2 See revision change table SXA120 981 RTN 201 782/01 RTN 202 780/01' ~^Ш202799/оТ "RTN2bT743/0l' RTN 202 743/02 ~RTN 202 743/03~ jjJlL "Verify On/Ort-runction Verify On/Off-function Verify On/OfF-runction Verify SIM function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1.G 79(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 11.3.1 Revision change tables GH688 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3307/1 and 2/ROA 117 3307/5 2/ROA 117 3307/3 v_-
>_ 2/ROA 2/ROA l l 73307/1 1173307/5 •Шу­
ст C112 C407 C407 C408 C408 C409 C409 C422 C422 C429 C430 C457 C457 C460 C460 C461 C461 C510 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 C616 C616 C625 Revision» Up to R2A R2B and higher Upt oRIC R2A and higher Upt oRIC R2A and higher Upt oRIC R2A and higher Upt oRIC R2A and higher All revisions All revisions Upt oRIC R2A and higher R1A RIB and higher R1A RIB and higher Up to R3A R3B All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions Pi\\i number RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3024/1 Not mounted RJC 463 3021/56 Not mounted RJC 463 3021/27 Not mounted RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3021/15 RJC 463 3020/82 Not mounted Not mounted RJE599 1167/33 RJE599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/56 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/47 RJC 464 3023/56 RJC 464 3023/47 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 Not mounted 2/ROA It 73307/3 Po-s CI 12 C407 C408 C409 C422 C429 C430 C457 C460 C461 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 C616 C625 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Parr number RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/56 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3020/82 Not mounted Not mounted RJE599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/56 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 Not mounted 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 80(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ ч_^ Pt>s C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C662 C662 C665 C690 C690 C691 C691 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 2/КОЛ И 73307/1 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions Up to R2A, R3B R2B, R3A Up to R2A, R3B R2B, R3A All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions 2/UOA 1.175307/5 JJ;ui nuraber RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/18 When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. C690&C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/18 When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. C690 & C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 $$&;•• C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C662 C665 C690 C690 C691 C691 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 llllllllllllllllll Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions 2/ROA 1J 73307/3 ViPslbt uuinht'i RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/18 When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. C690&C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/18 When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos.C690&C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 81(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs <^ w 2/ROA 2/ROA :№:;. D600 D900 F601 F601 F603 F603 F604 F604 F605 F605 L503 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R243 R400 R400 R401 R401 R402 R402 R429 R451 Revisions All revisions When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. C690 & C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 All revision Upt oRIC R2A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher R1A RIB and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3A R3B Up to R3A R3B Up to R3A R3B Up to R3A R3B All revisions Up to R3A Part number ':'"%Ш ROP 101 678/2CR2A RYS 105 625/2CR4A Not mounted REY 203 08/1 Not mounted REY 203 08/1 Not mounted REY 203 08/1 Not mounted REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/22 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 452/39 REP 622 452/47 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/15 REP 622 453/12 Not mounted REZ401 055/1 ШШШШ:'у. 1 us D600 D900 F601 F603 F604 F605 F605 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R243 R400 R400 R401 R401 R402 R402 R429 R451 Revisions All revisions When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. C690 & C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 All revision All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R3C All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher All revisions All revisions 2/ROA 1ШМ7/3 Pari uumber ROP 101 678/2CR2A RYS 105 625/2CR4A REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 452/39 REP 622 452/47 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/15 REP 622 453/12 Not mounted REZ401 0054/47 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 82(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs K^ ^ 2/ROA ;• «73307/1 Pos R451 R454 R454 R520 R520 R521 R521 R612 R623 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R817 R819 R819 R831 R831 R834 V404 V405 V609 V609 V708 V709 V806 V806 Revision* R3B Upt oRl C R2A and higher Up to R3A R3B Up to R3A R3B All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R3A R3B All revisions All revisions All revisions Upt oRl C R2A and higher All revisions All revisions Upt oRl C R2A and higher 2/ROA 1173307/5 Part mmbvr REZ401 0054/47 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 REP 622 655/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RKZ 123 646/2 Not mounted 2/ROA 111*387/3 "Ш. R454 R520 R520 R521 R521 R612 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R819 R831 R834 V404 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Revisions All revisions Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Pari uumlKr Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted 4/00021-2/FE A 209 5 44/1. G 83(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3307/4 2/ROA11 73307/6 * w KS 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 84(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs v _ 2/ROA И 7 3307/4 1*0!» C644 C647 C652 C662 C665 C690 C691 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D900 ке\Ыоп> All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. С690 & C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 All revisions l*;irl number RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/18 When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A,pos. C690&C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/18 When replacing D600 on revisions R2B, R3A and R4A, pos. C690&C691 MUST be replaced with RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 ROP 101 678/2CR2A RYS105 627/CR1A 2/ROA 117 3307/6 Fes C644 C647 C652 C662 C665 C690 C691 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D900 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions V'Art number Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/12 RJC 463 3022/12 Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 ROP 101 678/2CR2A RYS 105 627/CR1A 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 85(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs <s _ 2/ROA 117 3307/4 Vm F601 F603 F604 F605 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R400 R401 R402 R429 R451 R454 R520 R521 R612 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R819 R831 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Part number REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 452/47 REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/12 Not mounted REZ401 0054/47 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 654/33 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 654/47 2/ROA 117 3307/6 l*os F601 F603 F604 F605 E503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 E854 L910 R243 R400 R401 R402 R429 R429 R451 R454 R520 R521 R612 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R819 R831 Re\ismns All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R4A R4B All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions FaH number REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 453/18 REP 622 452/47 REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/12 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REZ 4010054/47 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 654/47 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 86(112) w ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 2/ROA 117 3307/4 Pos R834 V404 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Part number Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Рш R834 V404 V404 V405 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Revisions All revisions R4A Other than R4A R4A Other than R4A All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions 2/ROA 117 3307/6 Pal 1 liuiilhc;! REP 622 455/1 RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 87(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs 11.4 Component list GA628 2/ROA 117 3308/1,2/ROA 117 3308/2, 2/ROA 117 3308/3 2/ROA 117 3308/4, 2/ROA 117 3308/5, 2/ROA 117 3308/7 v^ ||11|||§||1I1 C100 C101 С102 С103 C108-C110 СИ 1 CI 12 СИЗ C114 C115 C116-C124 C125-C131 C132 C134 C201 C202 C203 C204 C213-C124 C221-C123 C224 C225 C226 C227 C230 C231 C234 C235 C250 C251 C252 C254 ' : ШШ. | | jlf| i*natmR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Product liliber RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/1 RJC 463 3021/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/33 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 464 3024/1 GA0$ • mt* 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 88(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Vw Pes1-: .:;v C255 C300 C301 C302 C310 C311 C350 C351 C352 C353 C355 C356 C357 C358 C359 C360 C361 C370 C371 C400-C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C407-C409 C421 C422 C423 C424 C425 C426 C428 C429-C430 C435 C450 C451 C452 Designation CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR •• :. tllllHi Product nuber RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/56 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJA 532 4054/33 RJC 463 3023/1 RJC 463 3023/12 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJE340 1168/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/18 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/12 See revision change table Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 IIP* • ,N<*U> 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 89(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ ^ 1*ш C453 C454 C455 C456 C457 C458 C459 C460 C461 C462 C463 C464 C465 C468 C470 C501-C503 C505 C507 C509 C510 C511 C513 C518 C530 C540 C541 C542 C543 C544 C545 C600 C602-C606 C608-C609 C610 C611 C614 C615 ШШЩм&оп CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Product nuber RJE599 1167/33 RJE599 1167/33 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/47 RJC 464 3024/82 See revision change table See revision change table RJA 532 4054/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/22 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3036/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/82 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/68 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/56 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJE599 1108/1W See revision change table See revision change table RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 See revision change table CA62* . \ш Verify charging function Verify SIM function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 90(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 ^ Pm C616 C623 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630 C631-C632 C633 C634 C635 C636 C637 C638 C639 C642 C643 C644 C645-C646 C647 C648 C650 C651 C652 C656 C657 C658-C659 C660 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 Designation CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR • •:•••':.. •."'• | | | '•-'• PrtKluc* nuber See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/22 RJC 463 3022/22 See revision change table RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3023/15 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted See revision change table RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 464 3025/1 See revision change table See revision change table САШ IPi* Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify display function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify handsfree mic function Verify charging function Verify flash function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 91(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs s _ **<** C667 C668 C669-C672 C674 C677-C679 C680 C681 C682 C683 C692 C701 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C716 C730 C802-C808 C810 C812 C813 C814 C815 C816 C817 C818 C819 C820 C824 C826 C828 C829 C830 C833 C835 Designation CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Product nuber RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3023/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table RJE599 2107/47A RJC 464 3036/1 RJC 464 3036/1 RJC 464 3035/68 See revision change table RJC 464 3047/1 See revision change table See revision change table RJC 464 3035/33 RJC 464 3035/68 RJE 599 2107/15 RJE599 2107/47A RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3025/1 RJA 532 4055/12 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3035/68 RJE599 2107/47A GA62S Note :• • Verify charging function Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree earphone func-
tion Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify display function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree mic function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 92(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs <^ ч ^ Pus C840 C841 C842 C850 C851 C853 C854 C900 C902-C907 C910 D600 D610 D620 D900 E201 F601 F602 F603 F604 F605 H600 H622 H624 H650 H651-H654 H655-H660 J603 J810 L213 L220 L230 Designation CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted CAPACITOR CAPACITOR Not mounted MICROCIRCUIT M1CROCIRCUIT MICROCIRCUIT FUNCTIONAL CIRCUIT SHIELDING POT VARISTOR Not mounted VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR BUZZER Not mounted Not mounted LIGHT EMIT­
TING DIODE LIGHT EMIT­
TING DIODE LIGHT EMIT­
TING DIODE COMPONENT HOLDER CONNECTOR2 CHOKE INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 11 111 ••• • 111 Product nuber RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJE599 1108/1W See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table RYT 118 6061/1 RYT 119 6047/1 See revision change table SXA120 1194/4 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table KLJ 107 08/2 Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 433 613/1 RKZ 433 641/4 RKZ 433 634/4 RNK 860 23/04 SXA 120 1210 REG 704 4742/12T REG 704 4731/56 REG 704 9542/22 GA62S Note Verify earphone function Verify earphone function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify charging function Verify portable handsfree func­
tion Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify flash function Verify red/green top indicator Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 93(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ • ; Pus . L250 L251 L252 L300 L350 L351 L400 L401 L402 L451 L501 L503 L602-L606 L607 L608 L626 L854 L910 N350 N450 N701 N702 N705 R220 R221 R222 R224 R225 R226 R227 R230 R241 R242 R243 R250 R301 R316 Jtatigttalion CHOKE CHOKE INDUCTOR FILTER INDUCTOR FILTER CHOKE TRANSFORMER FILTER FILTER FILTER INDUCTOR INDUCTOR Not mounted INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR MICROCIRCUIT MICROCIRCUIT MICROCIRCUIT MICROCIRCUIT MICROCIRCUIT RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Product nulwr REG 704 2153/15 REG 704 2153/15 REG 704 273/33 REG 706 06/1 REG 704 274/22 REG 706 06/1 REG 704 212/27 REG 704 23/28 REG 706 06/1 REG 706 06/1 REG 706 06/1 See revision change table See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table RYT 102 6054/1 RYT 113 6072/2 RYT 113 6095/1 RYT 113 6095/1 RYT 113 048/C REP 622 454/47 REP 622 455/1 REP 622 453/27 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 452/82 REP 622 453/27 REP 622 453/56 REP 622 453/56 See revision change table REP 622 653/68 REP 622 454/22 REP 622 453/27 CA628 .' ^tot* 4/00021-2/FE A 209 5 44/1.G 94(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ч _ о Pos R317 R351 R352 R356 R357 R358 R359 R400 R401 R402 R420 R421 R422 R423 R424 R429 R450 R451 R452 R453 R454 R455 R456 R460 R464 R465 R466 R467 R468 R469 R470 R471 R501 R502 R520 R521 R522 НШН1 RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted THERMISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted illlill!|||§§fl!:: :_.....:: Product nubt'r REP 622 452/56 REP 622 452/1 REP 622 452/1 REP 622 455/12 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 452/47 REP 622 452/47 See revision change table REP 622 453/12 REP 622 454/56 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/56 REP 622 452/47 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/27 See revision change table REP 622 451/22 REP 622 455/33 REP 622 457/1 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 645 623/39 REP 645 620/1 REP 622 455/15 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 455/33 REP 622 452/12 REP 622 453/47 See revision change table See revision change table Not mounted GA62S ИВ! Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function Verify charging function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 95 (112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ Pus R600 R601 R602 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R613 R614 R616 R617 R618 R619 R620 R621 R622 R623 R625 R627 R628 R629 R630-R634 R635 R636 R639 R646 R647 R648 R650 R651 Donation RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Product nutmr REP 622 452/33 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 453/47 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/15 Not mounted REP 622 452/27 REP 622 452/47 See revision change table REP 622 455/1 Not mounted REP 622 456/1 REP 622 455/15 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/22 REP 622 454/22 REP 622 455/1 REP 622 454/1 See revision change table REP 622 453/47 See revision change table REP 622 452/33 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 455/22 REP 622 455/22 Not mounted REP 622 453/33 REP 622 453/33 REP 622 656/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/1 CA62S ... ' Nott ••ЩШ&ЙШ • Verify SIM function Verify portable handsfree func­
tion Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify flash function Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify SIM function Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify keyboard function Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify portable handsfree func­
tion Verify display function Verify flash function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 96(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Рш R652 R653 R662 R663 R664 R666 R674 R678 R679 R690 R700 R701 R703 R704 R707 R708 R709 R716 R721 R724 R725 R802 R803 R804 R805 R807 R812 R813 R814 R815 R817 R818 R819 R820 R822 Donation RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR ШЯЮшВ^' REP 622 451/47 REP 624 652/1 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table REP 622 455/1 REP 622 455/1 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 See revision change table REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 See revision change table See revision change table See revision change table REP 622 451/47 REP 622 001/0 REP 624 652/47 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 654/39 REP 622 653/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 655/15 REP 622 656/1 REP 622 654/15 Not mounted REP 622 453/47 REP 622 656/1 See revision change table REP 622 455/22 See revision change table REP 622 654/15 REP 622 456/1 ИВ-
Note Verify keyboard function Verify keyboard function Verify display function Verify display function Verify On/Off-function Verify SIM function Verify On/Off-function Verify SIM function Verify vehicle handsfree function Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify handsfree earphone func­
tion Verify handsfree mic function Verify display function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function Verify mic function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 97(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs PttS ':•'•."• R823 R825 R830 R831 R833 R834 R900-R905 R906 R907 R908 R909 R910 U201 V220 V300 V301 V302 V350 V351 V400 V401 V402 V403 V404 V405 V450 V451 V452 V453 V454 V502 V605 V606 V607 V609 V613 V614 ШНШШ^ьп RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR Not mounted TRANSFORMER TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Not mounted DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Product nuber REP 622 456/1 REP 622 654/33 REP 622 453/47 See revision change table Not mounted See revision change table REP 622 455/1 Not mounted REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 456/1 Not mounted REG 704 109/1 RYN 121 1606/1 RYN 901 603/1 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 121 6070/1 RYN 121 6070/1 RKZ 323 650/1 RKZ 323 650/1 See revision change table See revision change table RYN 120 629/2 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 120 629/2 RYN 122 654/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted RKZ 123 647/1 RYN 121 6086/1 RYN 121 6069/1 See revision change table RYN 1216086/1 RYN 121 6086/1 ОЛ62Я 'Шщ:- •'•••.••' • Verify handsfree mic function Verify handsfree mic function Verify charging function Verify flash function Verify SIM function Verify Illumination function Verify Illumination function 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 98(112) E RICSSON ^ GH688, GA 628, Standard Electrical Repairs .'.." Рш» V615 WOO V701 V702 V704 V705 V706 V708 V709 V805 V806 X401 Z200 Z201 Z400 Z500 Z501 Z502 | r i Hi nat i on DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIODE DIODE CONTACT HOUS­
ING FILTER SAW-FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER FILTER Product nuber RKZ 123 646/1 RYN 122 625/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RKZ 123 647/1 RYN 120 647/1 RYN 120 647/1 RYN 121 6086/1 See revision change table See revision change table RKZ 123 646/2 See revision change table SXA 120 981 RTN201 789/01 RTN 202 780/01 RTN 202 799/01 RTN 202 743/01 RTN 202 743/02 RTN 202 743/03 С А Ш Not* Verify display function Verify SIM function Verify On/Off-function Verify On/Off-function Verify On/Off-function Verify SIM function Verify mic function v ^ 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 99(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 11.4.1 Revision change tables GA628 Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3308/1 2/ROA 117 3308/2 Pus C112 C112 C213 C213 C214 C214 C407 C407 C408 C408 C409 C409 C422 C422 C429 C430 C457 C457 C460 C460 C461 C461 C510 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 Revisions Up to R2A R2B and higher Up to R2A R2B and higher Up to R2A R2B and higher Up to RID R2A and higher Up to RID R2A and higher Up to RID R2A and higher Up to RID R2A and higher All revisions All revisions Up to RID R2A and higher R1A RIB and higher R1A RIB and higher Up to R3A R3B All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3021/47 Not mounted RJC 463 3021/56 Not mounted RJC 463 3021/27 Not mounted RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3021/15 RJC 463 3020/82 Not mounted Not mounted RJE599 1167/33 RJE 599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/56 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/47 RJC 464 3023/56 RJC 464 3023/47 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted |':Т:-.\- ' 2/ROA П73308/2 РШ2 CI 12 C213 C214 C407 C408 C409 C422 C429 C430 C457 C460 C461 C510 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3A R3B All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/56 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3020/82 Not mounted Not mounted RJE 599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/56 Not mounted RJC 464 3023/47 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 100(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs s _ ЩШШЗЙМШ: ll III 111111II11 )i 11111 III II III III i 11 • i II III mi 111111111111111 1Щ1 C616 C616 C623 C625 C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C657 C657 C662 C662 C665 C666 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D600 D900 F601 F601 F603 Revisions Product number Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Other than RID RID All revisions Up to RID R2A and higher Up to R2B RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 ROP 101 678/2CR2A ROP 101 677/2CR1D RYS 105 625/2CR4A Not mounted REY 203 08/1 Not mounted 2/UOA1l7 3 W2 C616 C616 C623 C625 C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C657 C662 C662 C665 C666 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D900 F601 F603 Revisions Product number Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions A A A A A A A A A A A A: A A A A A 1 revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions revisions revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions 1 revisions All revisions All revisions RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 ROP 101 677/2C RID RYS 105 625/2C R4A REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 101(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs w w moAwmm I i.i.M.MAM.MA1.1 ШШ F603 F604 F604 F605 F605 L503 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R243 R401 R401 R429 R451 R451 R454 R454 R520 R520 R521 R521 R612 R623 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R701 R3A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher R1A RIB and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher All revisions Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to RID R2A and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number Rey 203 08/1 Not mounted REY 203 08/1 Not mounted Rey 203 08/1 REG 704 274/22 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 453/12 REP 622 453/22 Not mounted REZ401 055/1 REZ401 0054/47 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted 2/1 ЮАИ7 3 Ш2 ••• 'jPlSS F604 F604 F605 F605 L503 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R243 R401 R401 R429 R451 R451 R454 R520 R520 R521 R521 R612 R623 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R701 Re> i •:•:• R2B R3A and higher R2B R3A and higher R1A RIB and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3A R3B Up to R3A R3B All revisions Up to R3A R3B All revisions Up to R3A R3B Up to R3A R3B All revisions R2B R3A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number Not mounted REY 203 08/1 Not mounted REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/22 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 453/12 REP 622 453/22 Not mounted REZ401 055/1 REZ401 0054/47 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted 4/00021-2/FE A 209 5 44/1. G 102(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ • • n i m m •:Ш&': R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R817 R819 R819 R831 R831 R834 V404 V405 V609 V609 V708 V709 V806 V806 Z200 Z200 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R2B R3A and higher Up to R3A R3B and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to RID R2A and higher All revisions All revisions Up to RID R2A and higher Up to R2A R2B and higher Product н iih< REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 REP 622 655/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 RKZ 323 650/1 RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RKZ 123 646/2 Not mounted RTN 201 782/01 RTN 201 789/01 •: mmmti.mm j*OJS R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R817 R819 R819 R831 R831 R834 V404 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Z200 lllill All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R2B R3A and higher R2B R3A and higher Up to R3A R3B All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 REP 622 655/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted RTN 201 789/01 <s 4/00021-2/FE A 209 5 44/1. G 103(112) ERICSSON GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3308/3 2/ROA 117 3308/4 w у'Ш: C112 C213 C214 C407 C408 C409 C422 C429 C430 C457 C460 C461 C510 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 C616 C623 >-y.y.y •-;.;• •-•;••• • • • • v - "•.v--.-^r;"'.".".'j' "•; •••• •': • 'v.'"1: •.; • ••' • ••• ••••-•.;.;.'.;,;.;.;.:.;.;.) 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C112 C213 C214 C407 C408 C409 C422 C429 C429 C430 C430 C457 C460 C461 C510 C510 C602 C602 C603 C603 C604 C604 C605 C605 C606 C606 C608 C608 C609 C609 C615 C615 C616 C623 Kevision» All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R5A Other than R5A R5A Other than R5A All revisions All revisions All revisions R3A R3B and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions All revisions Product «umber?:| | l RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/56 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3020/82 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 496 2367/47 Not mounted RJE 599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/56 RJC 464 3023/47 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3025/1 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 104(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ ^ЩШтштх i.i 7 -тттЩ Pos C625 C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C657 C662 C665 C666 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 Revision* All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Рп^исГщщ!!^:-
Not mounted RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted .'....,:. :-:1| | | | Щ308/4 Pas C625 C625 C629 C629 C643 C643 C644 C644 C647 C647 C652 C652 C657 C662 C665 C665 C666 C701 C701 C711 C711 C730 C730 C802 C802 C803 C803 C804 C804 C805 C805 C806 C806 C807 C807 C808 C808 Revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions All revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Product number Not mounted RJC 463 3022/22 RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3024/12 Not mounted RJC 464 3047/1 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 105(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 ^ ^ .'.••• жйАЩ-фш •.:.':: Pes C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D900 F601 F603 F604 F605 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 ROP 101 677/2CR1D RYS 105 625/2CR4A REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted •.•..;••.' ymoAmzmiA-
Pos C902 C902 C903 C903 C904 C904 C905 C905 C906 C906 C907 C907 D600 D900 F601 F603 F604 F605 L503 L602 L602 L603 L603 L604 L604 L605 L605 L606 L606 L608 L608 L626 L626 L854 L854 L910 L910 Rc\ ision.s Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Product number RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3025/1 ROP 101677/2CR1D RYS 105 627/CR1A REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 Not mounted REG 706 18/1 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 106(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs w 2/КОЛ117 3308/3 llllll R243 R243 R401 R401 R429 R451 R451 R454 R520 R520 R521 R521 R612 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R701 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R819 R831 R831 Revisions R3A R3B R3A R3B All revisions R3A R3B All revisions R3A R3B R3A R3B All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R3A R3B Pnxiucl i.i \\Ш\ i REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 453/12 REP 622 453/22 Not mounted REZ401 055/1 REZ401 0054/47 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 655/1 REP 622 654/47 • ^: \. • ^^^ШМт^ !!• R243 R243 R401 R401 R429 R429 R451 R454 R520 R520 R521 R521 R612 R612 R623 R627 R627 R664 R664 R666 R666 R674 R674 R701 R701 R703 R703 R707 R707 R708 R708 R709 R709 R817 R819 R831 R834 Revisions R3A R3B and higher R3A R3B and higher Up to R5B R5C All revisions All revisions R3A R3B and higher R3A R3B and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R5A R5B and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3B Pi (к!ш 1 uunib i REP 622 453/22 REP 622 453/18 REP 622 453/12 REP 622 453/22 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REZ401 0054/47 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 456/1 REP 622 654/33 REP 622 454/47 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 107(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs ^ 2/ROAJ 1 7.1 W3.: l*o g R834 V404 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Z200 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product number REP 622 455/1 Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted RTN 201 789/01 • 11111 PftS R834 V404 V404 V405 V405 V609 V708 V708 V709 V709 V806 Z200 .-. ••: 2/R0AII i i/4 Kevis Product immfoerlill R4A and higher R5A, R5B Other than R5A, R5B R5A, R5B Other than R5A, R5B All revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher Up to R3B R4A and higher All revisions All revisions Not mounted RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted Not mounted RTN 201 789/01 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 108(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs Revision change table for 2/ROA 117 3308/5 2/ROA 117 3308/7 111 2/ROA П ! ЩШ 1»«S C112 C213 C214 C407 C408 C409 C422 C429 C429 C430 C430 C457 C460 C461 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 C616 C623 C625 C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C657 C662 C665 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions R5A Other than R5A R5A Other than R5 A All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Product щдоЬ?г RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/56 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3020/82 RJC 463 3022/33 Not mounted RJC 496 2367/47 Not mounted RJE 599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/56 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 Not mounted :•:•:•:-:•:•:•:—~~—:•:•:•"•"•:•:•••:•:~~ • : •: -:-:•:•'.-'-:• — "" •••у- : кал и \шп • ; \ym C112 C213 C214 C407 C408 C409 C422 C429 C430 C457 C460 C461 C510 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C608 C609 C615 C616 C623 C625 C629 C643 C644 C647 C652 C657 C662 C665 R Ы&т R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B Product aujpbrr RJC 464 3024/1 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/47 RJC 463 3021/56 RJC 463 3021/27 RJC 463 3021/39 RJC 463 3020/82 Not mounted Not mounted RJE 599 1107/47 RJC 464 3023/68 RJC 464 3023/56 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted RJC 463 3022/22 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 463 3022/33 RJC 496 2047/1 RJC 464 3035/68 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 109(112) ERICSSON ^ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs V_. ;г:'- 2/] Щ Ш Ш::' Pos C666 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D900 F601 F603 F604 F605 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R401 R429 R429 Revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R5B R5C Product mimber RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 Not mounted Not mounted RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 RJC 464 3025/1 ROP101678/2CR2A RYS 105 627/CR1A REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REG 706 18/1 REP 622 453/12 REP 622 453/22 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 |ИЦ11 C666 C701 C711 C730 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 D600 D900 F601 F603 F604 F605 L503 L602 L603 L604 L605 L606 L608 L626 L854 L910 R243 R401 R429 Revisions R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B #RQA m 3308/7 Product number RJC 464 3025/1 ' Not mounted RJC 464 3024/12 RJC 464 3047/1 1 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 Not mounted RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 RJC 464 3035/68 ROP 101677/2CR1D RYS 105 627/C R1A REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REY 203 08/1 REG 704 274/27 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 453/18 REP 622 453/22 Not mounted 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 110(112) ERICSSON $ GH688, GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4 _ • i Pes Revisions R451 R454 R454 R520 R521 R612 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R701 R701 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R819 R831 R834 R834 V404 V404 V405 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Z200 All revisions Up to RID R2A and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R5A R5B and higher All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions Up to R3B R4A and higher R5A Other than R5A R5A Other than R5A All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions All revisions 2?ю\тж№ Product ntiittfter REZ401 0054/47 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/39 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 654/33 Not mounted REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 650/1 Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 Not mounted Not mounted Not mounted RTN 201 789/01 IKIi! R451 R454 R520 R521 R612 R623 R627 R664 R666 R674 R701 R703 R707 R708 R709 R817 R819 R831 R834 V404 V405 V609 V708 V709 V806 Z200 Revisions R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B R3B ятАштвп Product jmmfcer REZ401 0054/47 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 455/18 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 1 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 Not mounted Not mounted REP 622 001/0 REP 622 001/0 REP 622 456/1 REP 622 454/47 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 454/1 REP 622 654/47 REP 622 455/1 Not mounted Not mounted RKZ 323 673/1 RYN 121 6069/1 RYN 121 6069/1 Not mounted RTN 201 789/01 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/1. G 111(112) ERICSSON & GH688,GA628, Standard Electrical Repairs 4/00021-2/FEA 209 544/l.G 112 (112) 
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