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> C3000 Dis/reassembly
post Sep 27 2008, 08:28 AM
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I needed to take apart and remove the board from a Zaurus C3000 to solder something. There is a copper foil piece .003 inch thick and about 1/4 inch wide soldered to the board and somehow attached to the body next to the three wire battery terminals.
This I just pulled from the body and it slid out, allowing me to remove the board, flip it and solder the stuff I needed to.
Now, idiot me doesn't know how to replace this foil to the body. And lacking a schematic, or pictures that show the foil piece attached I'm kinda screwed.
Anyone either know what I'm talking about, or maybe know of pics or schematics I can use to un-screw up this operation?

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post Nov 12 2008, 01:19 PM
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QUOTE(utx @ Nov 12 2008, 09:25 AM) *
QUOTE(speculatrix @ Nov 12 2008, 12:39 AM) *
and above that are, in theory, pads for a bluetooth module, of the same type that would have been fitted in a 6000WL:

Yes, it is. The parts around seems to be two pull-down circuits for the old Bluetooth chip dual power. You can solder it only on SL-C1000. On SL-C3x00 there is no space (but you can solder flying wires there). And you need to solder missing quad resistor under the CPU cover.

I presume it's simply that the microdrive connector positions the drive to close to the board to allow room? I think elsewhere in forum we discussed taking a CF card's cladding off to make it thin enough to make room for the BT module, and people felt it was a Bad Idea!

(edit) p.s. thanks for helping clarify. I don't think I'll be making the mod, but it's nice to know. And shame on Sharp for ignoring the opportunity to make an SL-C3200B!
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