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Removing the top cover (See Fig.1)
1. Remove the four screws A attaching the top cover on both sides of the body. 2. Remove the three screws B on the back of the body. 3. Remove the top cover from behind in the direction of the arrow while pulling both sides outward.
2 Front panel assembly
Removing the front panel assembly (See Fig.2 and 3)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover. 1. Disconnect the card wire from connector CN402 on the audio board and CN201 on the power supply board in the front panel assembly. 2. Cut off the tie band fixing the harness. 3. Remove the three screws C attaching the front panel assembly. 4. Remove the four screws D attaching the front panel assembly on the bottom of the body. Detach the front panel assembly toward the front.
Audio board Tie band
Main board CN402 Power supply board
Front panel assembly
Removing the rear panel (See Fig.4)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover. 1. Remove the power cord stopper from the rear panel by moving it in the direction of the arrow. 2. Remove the thirty-four screws E attaching the each boards to the rear panel on the back of the body. 3. Remove the four screws F attaching the rear panel on the back of the body. Fig.3