MX-5500N, MX-6200N, MX-7000N (serv.man25). MX- PEX2 SERVICE MANUAL — Sharp Copying Equipment Peripheral (repair manual). Page 21

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T
O
 
REPLACE
 
OR
 
UPGRADE
 
A
 DIMM
1.
Access and open the Fiery X3eTY2, as described on page 8.
2.
To release a DIMM, push outward on the levers on each side of the DIMM.
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IGURE
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Releasing a DIMM
3.
Lift the DIMM straight out of the socket. 
4.
To replace a DIMM, position the DIMM in the socket and press the DIMM straight down 
into the socket so the levers lock the DIMM into place. 
N
OTE
:
DIMMs fit in the socket only one way. The notch on the bottom of each DIMM 
should line up with the notch in the socket. 
Make sure that the levers close securely around the ends of the DIMM and each DIMM 
is fully seated in its socket.
N
OTE
:
For a single-DIMM configuration, you must install the DIMM in socket 
DIMM2. Installing the single DIMM in socket DIMM1 is incorrect and can cause 
problems with system performance.
5.
Reassemble the Fiery X3eTY2 and verify its functionality (see page 42).
6.
To verify memory capacity, print a Configuration page to check the amount of memory 
recorded.
Due to CPU overhead, the Configuration page may show slightly less memory than the 
DIMM capacity.
Lever
DIMM
Lever
Socket notch
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Battery
The battery is located at BT1 on the motherboard. When replacing the battery, be sure to 
use a 3V manganese dioxide lithium coin cell battery (Panasonic CR2032 or equivalent).
CAUTION:  There is danger of explosion if the battery is replaced with the incorrect type. 
Replace only with the same type recommended by the manufacturer. 
BATTERY DISPOSAL:  This product contains a lithium primary (manganese dioxide) 
memory back-up battery that must be disposed of properly. Remove the battery from the 
product and contact your local environmental agencies for information on recycling and 
disposal options. 
TRAITEMENT DES PILES USAGÉES : Ce produit contient une pile de sauvegarde de memoire lithium primaire (dioxyde de 
manganese) qui doit être traitée correctement. Enlevez la pile du produit et prenez contact avec votre agence environnementale 
locale pour des informations sur les méthodes de recyclage et de traitement. 
T
O
 
REPLACE
 
THE
 
BATTERY
1.
Access and open the Fiery X3eTY2 as described on page 8.
2.
Remove the interface board (see page 13).
Removing the interface board allows you to safely access the battery on the motherboard.
3.
Locate the battery on the motherboard. Carefully bend the clip that holds the battery.
Use caution when bending the clip; excessive force could cause the clip to lose tension.
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IGURE
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Fiery X3eTY2 battery
4.
Pull the battery from its socket and release the clip.
5.
Insert the new battery.
Slide the battery into the socket under the clip, with the positive (+) side facing out of the 
socket. Make sure the clip holds the battery securely in the socket.
6.
Reinstall the interface board (see page 16).
7.
Reassemble the Fiery X3eTY2 and verify functionality (see page 42).
8.
Configure the time and date in Setup.
Clip
Battery
Socket
+
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Motherboard
Use the following procedures to remove and replace the Fiery X3eTY2 motherboard.
This section has the following topics:
• “To remove the motherboard”
• “To replace the motherboard” on page 21
T
O
 
REMOVE
 
THE
 
MOTHERBOARD
 
1.
Access and open the Fiery X3eTY2, as described on page 8.
2.
Remove the interface board from the motherboard (see page 13).
Place the removed board on an antistatic surface.
3.
Remove the following cables attached to the motherboard: 
• Exhaust fan cable
• HDD data cable (including the grounding wire)
• 4-pin power cable
• 20-pin power cable
• Service board cable
For the locations of each connector on the motherboard, see Figure G on page 11.
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4.
Remove the five mounting screws that secure the motherboard to the base of the 
chassis pan.
5.
Lift the edge of the motherboard opposite the connector panel to release the 
motherboard from the pan. Gently slide the motherboard out of the pan, and place the 
motherboard on a flat, anti-static surface.
Make sure the connectors on the motherboard clear the cutouts in the connector panel as 
you remove the board. Avoid handling contacts or using excessive force.
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IGURE
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Removing the motherboard from the pan
6.
If you are replacing the motherboard with a new motherboard, remove the following 
from the old motherboard:
• DIMM(s) (see page 16)
• CPU (see page 29)
Lift up edge of motherboard 
and remove from pan.
Make sure motherboard 
connectors clear cutouts 
in the connector panel.
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T
O
 
REPLACE
 
THE
 
MOTHERBOARD
1.
If you are installing a new motherboard, install the DIMM(s) and CPU from the old 
motherboard onto the new motherboard. For DIMM(s), see page 17; f
or the CPU, 
see page 31.
Place the motherboard on an antistatic surface with some padding.
Do not transfer the BIOS chip from the old motherboard onto the new motherboard. 
Doing so can cause the system to shut down due to incompatibility issues. 
2.
Angle the motherboard so that the connectors on the motherboard fit into the cutouts in 
the connector panel of the chassis pan, and gently slide the motherboard into the pan 
(see Figure M on page 20).
3.
Align the mounting holes on the motherboard with the screw holes located in the base 
of the pan.
4.
Insert the five motherboard mounting screws that attach the motherboard to the pan.
Partially tighten each screw before completing tightening any one screw. Do not 
overtighten the screws; doing so could damage traces on the motherboard.
5.
Replace the following cables attached to the motherboard: 
• Service board cable (J2)
• 20-pin power cable
• 4-pin power cable
• HDD data cable (SATA1)
• Grounding wire for HDD data cable
Attach the grounding wire to a grounding point in the chassis, such as a metal screw.
• Exhaust fan cable (FAN3)
For the locations of each connector on the motherboard, see Figure G on page 11.
6.
Replace the interface board to connector PCI1 on the motherboard (see page 16).
7.
Reassemble the Fiery X3eTY2 and verify functionality (see page 42).

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